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Cousins, Vikings overcome Patterson return, beat Chicago Bears 19-13
"Of the NFL, wrapping up Monday a pair of teams Headed in opposite directions. Bears came out of the blocks quickly this season but have fallen since the Vikings rebounding since their one in five start, Vikings and Bears. Minnesota started with the ball ultimately would fumble away on the game's opening drive. Chicago, though, gives it back two plays later, second in 10, full shotgun steps up in the pocket pumps. Fires intercepted it picked up by the hit man. It was bobbled, but Harrison Smith has turned over the Chicago Bears. It's his third interception this season. 26 of his career. And Harry says, Take that review and I'm gonna bring it right back. Vikings get the ball right back, and they wind up converting it into points. It's 33 cousin. Six of 62 receivers left one right back to pass shade for the Anne's own hand. It is taught touched. Oh, Adam feeling with a 17 yard touchdown, he caught it on buster screen. It was a one handed left handed grab and the Vikings have taken us six sirrah lead. Okay. A van with a call in the second quarter bears intercept Kirk cousins and turn around to convert that into points. They get their second. Field goal of the night off that turnover, So it was a 76 game at the half Bears come out of halftime. And they received the second half kick. Dan Bailey puts it in the air. Cordell Patterson waiting for a big return five yards deep out of the end zone, trying to run it out down the sideline. Patterson has seven for his career looking Freddy down the sideline throws up the deuces for the touchdown. Simply what the Bears needed. 105 yard kick return for Cordero Patterson and with it, he ties for the most in NFL history. Vikings would get a couple of field goals in the third. They tie the game and 13 heading to the fourth. Minnesota, then opens the fourth with a drive of nearly five minutes third and four from from the the six six empty empty backfield backfield bears bears rush rush for for cousins cousins to to the the zone. zone. Touchdown. Touchdown. Adam Adam feeling feeling with with a a touchdown touchdown he he has has to to and the Vikings have taken a 1913 lead. Bad snap poll on the P A. T S o. The Vikings could not convert it stays. 1913 Cafe and with the call. 1913 is how it would stay through the fourth quarter. After that touchdown. The teams combined for three more punch. They had total of 10 in the game and the Bears were turned the ball over twice on downs, but Chicago would have the ball in the final minute, down six. On their own. 20 accepts the snap pocket starts to close and falls has no where to go. He can't escape finally gets rid of the football. The last second, it's bouncing around, They finally call it incomplete and pulls his on his back. He's not getting up at the moment. Things time he's hurt.
Tips For Men Thinking About Divorce | Cordell & Cordell
"Hello. I'm Joe Cordell of the domestic litigation firm Cordell Cordell here a few quick divorce tips that we provide our clients number one. Don't move out of your house. Just because your wife tells you to remember that your house too, and number two. Don't blow through the financial statements that you filed with the court thes air key exhibits and the often make or break your case and number three watch the social networking. Expect your wife's lawyer to do a thorough online search. And, incidentally, this is a two way street. Now bonus tip partner with your attorney in assembling evidence. You're one of the two leading experts on your life and marriage. Your attorney needs your input to achieve your goals and finally talked to your attorney before taking action. Good luck.
Justice with Alison Spittle and special guest Alexandra Wilson
"I'm. A feminist. My friend told me the other day. She'd had to Boob jobs one when she was younger and didn't have much money and the second when she could afford the rest. And I said, did you have the left one year eighteen in the right one twenty five like he was saving up and we laughed for about twenty five minutes at the idea of that just like I can just afford one. One a d this one will be an a until I've saved. I'm a feminist, but when Deborah me a picture of her in a swanky dressed, the other day. I said Oh deb's you look just like a trophy wife. Was Me complimenting her. I'm a feminist I set. Cute. Happens two nights ago when Alison I got together to plan the show. I was showing her a picture of some bit of Talia. Done what they've done my hair makeup of course was showing her to criticize myself and go I'm not sure about this and she went no, you look beautiful. You look like a trophy wife. Really deep. You look like property. I'm feminist but. When these hot days happen I still get shy about eaten ice lollies in public. Because I like to eat very quickly. And make eye contact with people. And then in my shyness tried to eat it quicker. Which Dan just looks more sexual. Yeah On the ice cream doesn't matter is inherently Phallic May yes. Yeah. Thought of that before every. Even like even the non. Cornell's you go to town on that. I haven't really. A little. Over a cornet. Look you can do. Yes I like. Lady like fashion I'm a feminist. I look at me like a lady I'm so sorry. Yeah. I'm not talking to hatch nervous. You go to town on Cordell and looks you know that's a good point. It is especially because it's like a flavorful center. That's the best you. I am so sorry Papa so Hetero normative me. Fine on it takes me ages occur now compared to. Well Corn S it was the most sensitive. You know it's not some kind of popsicle. Easy win just put it in May you give me a milky. Mu, it's gone in free goals if just. Unfortunate name for an ice cream I realized. In. Yeah, what? Also. That's hat name from an email. Housing a very long time. Wow Wow. I'm a feminist bont somebody was asking me who's just been on a first date was asking me what kind of second date can I do because the second date is normally state you tell each other about each other second you go to the movies. So then you've got something to talk about you talk about the movie what did you think of the movie? So you've got some stimulus for the second date. and. They said, well, know movies are open at the moment you know nothing's open. It's really tricky to know what to do on a second date and I said I get so many men buying tickets for the guilty feminist as a second date to impress women is true. Because they think Oh my God this is going to impress them because I'm a feminist and I'm bringing you to a feminist show and it's funny and it gives us something to talk about afterwards and I can talk about what a feminist I am I. genuinely believe they think that will up the activity from the third date to the second date. and. In the end I might have said, I've got more men laid in London than any woman I know. Possible. Any anybody here second or third date just cheer. I you're lying. Nobody a date that's never happened before. Is it because it's an afternoon thing. Date? Come here, there's a pandemic no one St. True a lot of commitments. True. That's true because you can't really hookup very much off to dates anymore I know someone who broke her social bubble for a man that wouldn't cutler after sex. and. Then she had to message in the next day. Say Please message me if you've got corona. Because she wanted him to just because she broke her social bubble. And then she did she wouldn't know if he was showing symptoms. Yeah. Yeah. Showing symptoms of being twelve.
"cordell" Discussed on Words on Water
"Could have upset all in that. Who knew that? I went to Mexico March the thirteenth, and by the time the twentieth of March came around I was. If I was going to be able to get back home because. I've been close. All kinds of things are shor in that Short period of time you've seen the entire world goal completely off Kilter, so you have to be patient. An item coverage people to be patient and I say that because the the most important thing. Things people. Do you having goals? You know where you WANNA. Go you know what you want to achieve, but because anything can not that, of course, you need to be patient to understand what is happening. Understand how to respond to it and on the stand to get back on course. Put she the things you want and I think even original discussions where I talk about the things in terms of the changes that wet the change that city of Toronto the changes that Dharam I think the things that helped me and I look back on it now because it's been thirty years of a very good ride, but I. Think the thing that the Spain me successfully to today been that I've always been patient a never lost hope that things we're GONNA. Turn Out the way I wanted them to. Out Very very very powerful, powerful woods there in court del, your entire career is a demonstration of the very thing you talked about setting the goals having the patience and then consistent hard work to get there, and but the outcome. You know you have a person like yourself to demonstrate the possibilities so Cordell I do want to thank you so much for taking your time from your busy schedule from the office and from your grandchildren. Yes, A. Share your experiences and your words of advice and for the audience, so we'll be back with another episode of take it from the top with your host. Tom Couldn't keep listening to west words, water podcasts, and until next time be positive and stayed negative..
"cordell" Discussed on Words on Water
"A different kind of water cooler. That's right. So I don't know if you're going to be able to answer this question Cordell. Not because it may be just who you are, you're. It's part of your personality, but. So as a leader. You know we walk around. We have all the stuff in her head I got to get this thing on the schedule. The so on and that it and sometimes we forget we have to switch gears that like you said. The person's passing you in the hallway and to switch gears to be able to treat them one on one as as a human, being a human being not as a boss subordinate. You know not. Is that something that you worked on is there's little tricks that you have to get yourself to make that switch of years, or you think just. Maybe it was just some natural trait that you have because I. Do have to say you are successful in that when you said I think that I succeeded well. Yeah, you know firsthand knowledge. I can tell you very successful than that. Great, but you're not something I think I think generally that's the kind of person I. Think even thought of raising my children and my family and stuff I think generally. It's not hard for me to be to be normal. But I tell you when I worked in the city of Toronto I don't know how to say this, but in those days. You didn't have people who look like me. who were? Real. Powerful managers. who had a lot of our? Let's put it that way but to China Fido right words. So I found when I became a supervisor, a sort about a team leader lead other supervisors. that. I had a hard time handling how people responded to me and then the city of Toronto did did a program off some deep blend. They brought one guy who was a vice president of Nestle Canada and some other people who taught at the University of Toronto and they did a program. That taught people it kind of Said Hey. You a supervisor managers and you make decisions. You have to know how to relate to people, so they talked to some techniques and I still have the manuals to this day because it was it one of these days, the light just went on clicking my head. That geno something there's a different way to deal with people. People don't have to do what you say. As the boss, but people have to do what you say as a colleague working in an organization, trying to achieve the same end and a lot of times, the fight is in trying to get the other side to see what the end it is, and that we're all in this together, and even though it might affect you differently to me..
"cordell" Discussed on Words on Water
"How did you actually go in there and understand how the West step was thinking to understand that Mike? You said that they were stressed and anxious about the specific things. You do that. What one of the things that? I don't know if I can tell you how I developed this, but it's the way I operate as a manager. Is that the first thing I seek to do is to to be an operator to the a worker, so if you if you were to known me when I worked in the Industry I went out there where the operator sweater one of my things on a nominee day was to come into the plant, and I had an office over the admonition block, which was away from wherever it's real person. was you know I had a opting spot with my name on it? Right next to the door, right? Up seeing but I come in. I. Put on my work boots. I put on my heart hacked. I go out into the facility and I walked from one end of the facility to the mix. Everybody came by I stopped. And Talk to them. Anything would doing some work. You know I kind of. Participated because I wasn't supposed to touch and things like that, but you know I could get in there and get to know people when I did this. Not many people particularly Durham. Appreciated it because it's like well, the boss is coming to keep an eye on. We're doing business. But after a while, people come to understand that this is your your your process, this is. You do you do? I talk to them I. Talk about the weather. The sport of the did the day before. What we think is gonNA. Happen in the playoffs. Those kinds of things people become comfortable with you. That you're interested, if not in them, but in who we are what we're doing how we get in there and that way, you really get a feel of what's going..
"cordell" Discussed on Words on Water
"Kunitz your host to my guest today? Is Cordell Samuels with past president welcome Cordell. Thank you Tom. Heavy here great to be speaking with you but did you tell us? When were you president of with a spread them? The Web Twenty twelve, twenty thirteen. And I remember that time, because actually that was my my first year on the board was your first year as a past president, so I had the wonderful opportunity to spend some time on the board with you, which I certainly was times that I will remember and things that I learned from you, and from the other folks at the board were just tremendously valuable to me what I spent time as president. What are you doing these days Cordell? Quite busy still. I didn't expect to be this busy. I do some consulting with a company here in Markham close to where I live in Ontario Canada called coal, engineering and so I kind of started with doing some training, but it's kind of morphed into more SORTA Ganic operations troubleshooting and helping. Companies. I started up a plan out close to the US largely Niagara Falls late last year and saw. So before you were doing this, I think you were working in. In utility world in Toronto Area Right yes. Yes, I was on at the averages plant, which is sort of the largest in Canada. It's in downtown Toronto. For twenty two years, and then I left and spent the last fifteen years of fulltime work at Durham region, which is to the East on the very end of. TORONTO You know going out of the city and that's in the region of Durham. That's called. And I looked after the one of the are sort of the second lightest planned probably and the country are in the province. It's It was being expanded at the time that they were doubling the capacity of facility, and so I went out to to take over the plant and do so out with some of that work. Quite a bit of experience in in your career there cordell. I want to get right into Mike first question here. As, we know people across the globe have been living under the conditions of this corona virus pandemic for months now some some folks of some parts of the world half a year or more. We hear a lot of news about different organizations. Response to this pandemic. Of course we all talking about people working.
More Lysol, No More Pens In Rooms. Hotels Adapt To Win Back Guests
"That's right hello miss teaming up with the parent company of Lysol it's all about enhanced cleanliness Phil Cordell was Hilton's global head of brand development we know that screw this pandemic that expectation of cleanliness has probably been elevated to the point now where it's cleanliness almost with a double exclamation point after it at Hilton and other hotels guests can expect disinfectant being applied liberally and visibly for the sake of cleanliness and for reassurance says Jim Coyle who consults with hotels on customer experiences when you get a guest he you'll see the staff members they will conspicuously white the guests he in front of you before the and it's you when you arrive desk you're going see hotel staff wiping the desk cleaning forty even though there's nothing on it when you go to your room more efforts of reassurance Marriott international has identified twelve touch points for extra disinfectant ray Bennett is the company's head of global operations doorknobs thermostats door handles drawer handles things of that nature has Hogan rolls out its clean state campaign Cordell says guests will notice some familiar objects missing they will see that some of the items in the ring that could likely be fingerprinted by previous guests magazines notepads pens those items have been removed from the right and there's likely to be more here's an industry consultant Jim Coyle again the phone will probably be something that is seeing its last days because of in that most divisive object in the hotel room I think the the death of many bars probably finally here all of these steps have one purpose to assure travelers that hotels are safe released as safe as they possibly can be while corona virus is still with us an early test will be convincing business travelers like Liz Oppenheim who lives outside of Boston she's itching to get back on the road the longer I go without traveling the more I just don't feel like a person I I literally had dreams almost every night about traveling Oppenheimer street drug companies on clinical trials normally spends three or four nights a week in hotels she enjoys it for one thing she racks up a lot of loyalty points I have all the statuses for now her travel is on pause and this Oppenheim imagine staying in hotels again there's one word she uses a lot anxious so there's something about slipping between the sheets are clean white Christiansen hotel that's just credibly relaxing especially if you work in a really hard you know ten stay at work and it's just so wonderful but I think I will be anxious I think I'll be anxious to as hotel spray and disinfect and purge their rooms of pens magazines and note pads they may eliminate germs but will they eliminate anxiety hotels are about to find
More Lysol, No More Pens In Rooms, Hotels Adapt To Win Back Guests
"In normal times hotels try to attract customers with star chefs or high end design but these are not normal times seven out of ten hotel rooms in the U. S. are empty now and to survive hotels are adapting here's NPR's uri Berliner the news from Hilton lately isn't about craft cocktails response it's a partnership with Lysol that's right Hilton is teaming up with the parent company of Lysol it's all about enhanced cleanliness so Cordell was Hilton's global head of brand development we know that through this pandemic that expectation of cleanliness has probably been elevated to the point now where it's cleanliness almost with a double exclamation point after it at Hilton and other hotels guests can expect disinfectant being applied liberally and visibly for the sake of cleanliness and for reassurance says Jim Coyle who consults with hotels on customer experiences when you get a guest key you'll see the staff members they will conspicuously white the guest key in front of you before the and it's you when you arrive desk you're going to see hotels that wiping the desk cleaning forty even though there's nothing on it when you go to your room more efforts that reassurance Marriott international has identified twelve touch points for extra disinfectant ray Bennett is the company's head of global operations doorknobs thermostats door handles drawer handles things of that nature has Hilton rolls out its clean state campaign Cordell says guests will notice some familiar objects missing they will see that some of the items in the ring that could likely be fingerprinted by previous guests magazines notepads pens those items have been removed from the right and there's likely to be more here's industry consultant Jim Coyle again the phone will probably be something that is seeing its last days because of help in that most divisive object in the hotel room I think the the death of many bars probably finally here all of these steps have one purpose to assure travelers that hotels are safe release the safe as they possibly can be while corona virus is
More Lysol, No More Pens In Rooms. Hotels Adapt To Win Back Guests
"In Normal Times hotels tried to attract customers with star chefs or high end design. But these are not normal times seven out of ten hotel rooms in the. Us are empty now and to survive hotels adapting. Here's NPR's Berliner. The news from Hilton lately isn't about craft cocktails or a spot. It's a partnership with Lysol. That's right Hilton. Is Teaming up with the parent company of Lysol? It's all about the hand. Cleanliness Phil Cordell was Hilton's global head of brand development. We know that through this pandemic the that expectation of cleanliness is probably been elevated to the point now where it's cleanliness almost with a double exclamation point after it at Hilton and other hotels guests can expect disinfectant being applied liberally and visibly leap for the sake of cleanliness and for reassurance says. Jim coyle who consults with hotels on customer experiences. When you get a guest key you will see the staff members. They will conspicuously white. The guess key in front of you before the Hannity when he arrived at desk. You're going to see hotel staff wiping the desk. A clean in front of even though there's nothing and when you get to your room efforts reassurance Marriott International has identified twelve. Touch points for extra disinfectant. Ray Bennett is the company's head of Global Operations DOORKNOBS IRMA. Stats door handles Drawer handles things of that. Nature Has Hilton Rolls Out. It's clean stay campaign. Cordell says guess will notice some familiar objects missing. They will soon that some of the items in the room. That could likely be fingerprinted by previous guests. Magazines notepads pens those items have been removed from the room. And there's likely to be more. Here's industry consultant. Jim coyle again. The phone will probably be something that's seeing. Its last days because of pelvic in that most divisive object in the hotel room I think the the death of the mini bars. Probably finally here. All of these steps have one purpose to assure travelers. That are safe. Released a safe as they possibly can be. While Corona virus is still with us. An early test will be convincing business. Travelers like Liz Oppenheim. Who LIVES OUTSIDE OF BOSTON? She's itching to get back on the road. The longer I go without traveling the more I just don't feel like a person. I literally have dreams almost every night about traveling. Oppenheim works with drug companies on clinical trials and only spends three or four nights a week and hotels. She enjoys it for one thing. She rex up a lot of loyalty points. All the status says for now travel is on pause and his Oppenheim. Imagine staying in hotels again. There's one word. She uses a lot anxious. So there's something about slipping between the sheets of the clean white Christiana hotel that's just incredibly relaxing especially worked at a really hard. You Know Tense Day work and it's just so wonderful but I think I will be anxious. I think I'll be anxious. To as hotels spray. Disinfect and purge their rooms of pens magazines and note pads they may eliminate germs but will they eliminate anxiety
Every Chapter Has a Lesson With Erica Courdae
"Without further ADO. Here's my conversation with. Erica Cordell Erica. Welcome to Gothic up. Bam How are you? I'm great thank you for me. Pam Thank you. I'm excited so we met back in. I don't know when at she pot gas in Atlanta. Yeah I WANNA say it was October. I swear like last year was a bit of a blurb but I think that they'd have been like over some time last year she had guys. Who Were there right. So that was a great event. I had a lot of fun. You're also one of the speakers and that was amazing am at home here with the war so so we might hear him when the mailman comes which I think it's about to happen. My listeners are used to. I happen to have a very special sauce for dougie. So we're good. Thank you so Erica. Tell us your story what gets through. Who Are you? What's your heritage? Where did you grow up in if I was to ask you like? Let's go back to the beginning. How did that happen? I'M GONNA trauma best to fill like answer it. I'm like wow. I don't even know how to fully answer if I don't dig into something. Please Hofer as because unlike I will dig for sure. Well I am black African American. I don't one hundred percent I'll be honest. I don't know that I have a preference between either term and the reason I say that is because I've had conversations with people that I know that live outside of the United States so African American seems like I don't understand right and so for me black and or African American both work. I identify as female. So she her. I was born in Baltimore Maryland. I have lived in some part of Maryland for the majority of my life. I am the oldest. I have a younger sister. Don't really talk to her very often but she does exist. Assault doesn't exist. He does. I are being the oldest always kind of puts you in that place of being used to having to replace of authority whether you want to or not and you're setting simple even if you're like can do what I wanna do and not have to feel like I'm I'm twelve. I just WANNA be a right. Don't think about this. I think it almost embodies those things into you subliminally. Because you're like I'm just so used to doing this. This is what I do so I always wonder how much of that is conditioning. Or if that truly is just who I am at my core but it's there I'm the oldest two so I relate it's things like I do I don't get it but okay it because people will say like. Oh what's different being the youngest or different being the oldest the middle and? I'm like Again I've lived here. Most of my life lost my dad when I was twelve. I was always a daddy's girl so for me I'll jump back. But the kind of surreal part of having lost him at twelve was that he was thirty seven when he passed away from leukemia. And so when it finally hit me twenty five years after he passed that I had been on this earth longer than he was first of all of. Oh Hell like it was. It was a little scary in that says saying time. It's like that means that I was given a gift and so it's very important to be conscious of what you do with gifts and so that was a big thing for me again. I was a daddy's girl. So it's like gotta make proudly do you. I mean I'm sure maybe you've worked on healing that part of you right the Lesser Dad when she was young so when Little Erica. That happened was it so because I've talked to people about grief end some people when they lose people young. It's like it just kind of happen and you don't. It didn't hit you like you said until you were older. You're like Oh yeah or was it like young at the time were hit you. It definitely hit me when it happened and it will still occasionally have a moment where I'll wake up from a dream minutes. Like oh he's around and it's like no he's not so occasionally reality. Checks will come in for me. I think it was like two days after my twelve th birthday that he was diagnosed and that was in September September eighth and it was January twentieth that he passed away so it was very quick so quick and so there were a lot of points that I had to figure out how to maneuver through it. Where like you know. He went into the hospital. It looked just like him nor his normal self and then when he came out of the hospital for Thanksgiving and I was able to see that this point my parents were divorced. My parents were divorced since I was five. I'm like youtube or crazy. Do not need to be together. Please do this. This is okay with me. So that's the contrast of that. I was like no. I'm okay with divorce thing that it's cool but when I saw him Thanksgiving and it's still something that is do struggle with the memory even to this day when I went to answer the door for him he was very loaded from all the medication and the fluids lost his hair and in that moment I knew who he was in yet. A didn't recognize him and that split second that it took for me to be like no no. No no no get it together. I think he caught it and it broke my heart that it was there. It wasn't that he wasn't aware but I think that he caught again. It was so quick. It WASN'T A. Oh my gosh what happened. It was just like and it was like it was just enough and so I definitely had those points where I had to come to terms with these things. I had points where I would still regularly call. But he could no longer speak sold. They would just hold the phone up. He'd have to hear me because he was on a ventilator so he couldn't speak to me anymore. I mean it got to the point that I you know I could see all of the things that had were that it wasn't him anymore and as a kids don't realize it as an adult you're like this is just a physical form but as a kid is just this is my dad so I just remember when that call. Kinda came through that Monday morning and it just so happened it was m okay day that year and I was out of school and so when it came through it was one of those where I don't know if I'm GonNa truly say it was a ghost thing but you could feel that the energy was kind of off and it was like you know you. Kinda knew something was coming ashore enough that morning. That call came through when the you know he had passed away and so. I remember being twelve and having my own grief and yet having to still comfort my mother through the grief because even though they weren't together I think they were each other's first love and there's a certain amount of something that just never goes away totally with that yes and so you know yes. I recognized it and I went through it but I've also kind of been this person that I'm strong enough to be able to carry the bags for myself and others and I ended up doing it sometimes to my own detriment but that was a moment where I couldn't even choose whether or not to carry them for myself and my mother. I couldn't imagine not you know right and being the oldest right so it just kind of like you know yet might Kinda suck but what do you do? Thank you for sharing sore and it was. Just you know comment the same thing even when my grandmother passed away when. I was seventeen because again you know what do you do? Do you watch those around you just? Kinda fall apart or you step in when you know that you can even if that means that you have to put your own processing on the back Burner Holy. How did you manage it to heal it afterwards? When did you because having carried maybe an old the oldest child to it's like you do carry the bags because it's you pick them up if we're if we're moving forward and they're dragging will you gotta pick up what's been dragging right exactly. I mean in some ways I think we all try to process as best as we can but there are some parts of is to an extent it never fully they never. He'll back it. It kinda will heal the La- certain amount of a scar so like any kid would has played on. Concrete knows what those brush. Burns feel like they scar. And there's little lump in the skin just looks a little different colors different. Whatever and so you can heal. You're never the same from it so I think the older I got. I was able to process what my relationship with him. Their relationship that I saw that he had with others around me even with with my own mother and just kind of seeing what it is to process somebody as your parent and what it is to process somebody as an individual
"cordell" Discussed on Limitless with Josh Patterson
"And I actually thought that I was getting some some kind of satisfaction. Some kind of release I wasn't it didn't do anything for me and so there really isn't anything. What's the honest truth? Josh do really is no coping mechanism. You just have to have except perspective again. I'm GONNA use that. We're perspective and understand that. Okay I may not have this I may have lost this. But there's so many other people in the world who you may have it and still are suffering more than I am and so at the end of the day I have to be grateful for what I have and not what I lost. It got to the point. Where your dealer which? I don't think you you really have hit this even told you if you didn't stop you were going to die. I mean it's I mean not just sums up the level that you're consuming feel own dealer to tell you to stop. I was never heard of that before. It was every day for five years straight and listen you know it's you know for me. It's not about you know how much I oh I did and the quantity that I did It was just the fact that I was doing get every day every day. And here's the thing I was living with my parents at that time. And no one knew what I was doing. How'd you get to a point where you go? I'd go to do something extraordinary. Sorry right so okay. Let me remind a little bit. When I came to this country? You know it was difficult right. It was hard it was difficult but I always knew that That this was the greatest country in the world. Sorry Josh but you know that this was the greatest country in the world at my parents came brought here for opportunity. I was very aware of that and so when I turned eighteen. I made a promise to myself. I self that by the time I turned forty five. I was going to accomplish something extraordinary now. I thought that was gonNA come through acting and it didn't come through acting and so let's fast forward. I'm about thirty eight years old thirty nine years old. I'm in amidst in the depths of my drug use and Normal Day I go to my drug dealers I pick up. I go to the I store so I can go use the bathroom. I take my line and I'm rolling home. I have a bunch of porn with me and I got my drugs dogs with me and I'm good to go and this guy stops me in the middle of a parking lot and says to me. This was in two thousand and nine He stopped me and he says listen. I'm inventing a new wheelchair and I want to pick your brain and I'll pay you for it and the only thing I can think of of is more money for drugs and so anyway so I met with this guy a few times and Three years later he calls me up out the blue and says I just built my first prototype. I want you to come and test it out. I go there tested out and then my brain starts working. My brain starts working in. This guy has a new wheelchair. What if I rolled his wheelchair across California? has anyone ever ruled a wheelchair across California and I did research and no one roll the wheelchair quote California. Then wait a minute. has anyone will do wheelchair across America. Gotcha and and and so that just started snowballing. And that's seed was planted three years ago in that parking lot and and when he had his wheelchair my brain started. Just churning. Turning charney churning and thinking that I was forty two years old at that moment that I had three more years to fulfill my promise of achieving something extraordinary and then one thing led to another and then I realized this is it. This is it rolling across America in a wheelchair is what I've been searching for for twenty five years. This was the chief that I've been searching searching for. I never forgot about it even through my days of doing drugs I n feeling worthless I still felt. My life was still worth living. That's how that came about you. Know it was some guy who I met randomly in a parking lot that planted a seed lead and three years later that she started a flourishing. I mean to sum this up to people that want to know this distance. I mean mean to go across America's you started in Santa Monica and the plan was to get to New York. So we're talking. I think it was three thousand one hundred miles an and roughly seventy thousand feet in elevation. That's who criven of climbing Everest twice just and I think what people don't understand is when when you go go up any form of incline in a wheelchair. It's it's honestly one of the toughest things. Yeah I mean I I speak from experience. It's the resistance and it's also it's it's just like wind that come into the mix that make it so impossible you know it it. You the variation of gradient. It's things like flies. You know size city each static if a flight gets into its honestly the most painful experience it is three thousand one hundred miles is like people you know. It's it's hard to kind of imagine right. It's hard to imagine so I break it down like this Doodoo one marathon in your life is a pretty incredible accomplishment to start and finish one one marathon okay. Twenty six point. Two Miles is incredible in compliment. It's the standard for athletic excellence. Okay I I did a hundred and eighteen marathons in one hundred days. It's crazy isn't it. Lisa France the filmmaker behind this project. Object I mean you guys connected Angell Hansen at this point you know. She's she's incredible and she was in a really negative head space. You know that time itself you you know so it seems like you guys would kind of the rescue to one another one of the most powerful. I think relationships in this documentary is you had Christopher. You'll nephew who as well was was struggling at that. Time with drug addiction becomes so apparent. Actually this isn't just about saving yourself. This is is about saving your nephew and I would say that you became like a father figure to him. He had a really really tough life himself. His father that you guys speak of in the film you know was very violent. Man I think he. He tried to attempt to murder Christopher's mother two to three times. He was very physical with Christopher himself. He was a drug addict himself and oversee Christopher regarding drugs Kana followed suit and I think it took the influence of you in his life for him to want wants to make that change out of everything that I've been through this journey. Besides completing good Migra wait is hope was for my nephew to finally find the strength within himself to want to get better and I thought that The journey in itself was the greatest message he could have living it and because it was make or break for him you literally said if he does not come on this trip and lead the die or go to jail off. Yes that was my. That's that's what would have happened and You know I I would love to report. Good News Josh. Yeah but you know my nephew a few struggling. He was doing well after the role he got a job. He got a driver's license. He was living on his own making good money and You know for a kid who has never had a grip on life and suddenly he is making money and he has no one wants to be accountable to was just you know the beginning of his new downfall and he hasn't gotten out of it since on unfortunately it it breaks my heart and it pains me when I talk to him. It's it's devastating and it's I Very discouraging but at the end of the day. You know just like me at a you know I was I. I was at the bottom of the barrel as as low as you can possibly be you know but there was something inside of me. There was always this pilot light light. That was lit. That never went out even though I might not have you know engulfed in into a burning flame inside inside of me but the pilot light never went off and unfortunately for my nephew on his never was turned on. It's it's a difficult thing to sit by. You know I've been on both ends and I gotTa tell you it's more difficult to be the supporter than the person. Who's actually doing it? I will always be there for him and I do whatever I have to do. But you know after a while it takes a toll on you and and you have to be able to start thinking about your mental your your state and as much as you want to help help those people. They have to help themselves and when they're ready to help themselves. You need to be there. We all need to be there to to lift them up. I just I wish if Christopher was listening to this that he would understand that he may not see the strength of maturity that he has in his life. Because there was a a really again a defining moment where you know that young lads has the strength to call his father and wishing wish him well and if you think of what father had done to his mother is father done to him for that young. Glad to have the capability to do that. I think says says a lot about him so whenever he questions himself or his strength if he just reverts back to that one moment he achieved more in that moment he had more strength in that moment than I think a lot of people in this world do and I think that's there's a lot to be said about that. It's a lot easier to forgive other people then to forgive. Give yourself for what you've done and And I think that's where he struggles with the most that he is not for given himself for or the light that he's chosen And so self forgiveness is very important as much as it is to forgive someone else we all have our own journey and You know unfortunately I go around and I go around the country. I speak and Sometimes we wait for things bad things to happen to us before we are tested and see what which will be made out of what we don't do enough of is test ourselves on our own merit and on our own time and when something happens to you it's like your choice is either uh to fight or flight right when something happens to you pretty much. Don't have a choice. It's either one when I got to my accidents either either I was gonNA come to my disability and I was going to let that rule me or I was going to live my best life when you you put yourself in an awkward situation when you take on a challenge that seems so unsurmountable and and impossible to do.
"cordell" Discussed on Limitless with Josh Patterson
"Oh man thank you to all of the team at wellman today. I'm talking with someone who believes the human will limitless they. He's here to carry the message of hope. Nope the together we can achieve extrordinary things. Gabriel became the fuss human to go across America in a standard wheelchair. It took him over three months to achieve three three thousand one hundred mile challenge. I've personally never resonated more with the story of my life. I'm sure you will too. It's my absolute pleasure to introduce she she today to Gabriel cordell brother. Oh my days I cannot tell you how happy to be speaking to you right now. Likewise my friend likewise equalize. Thank you for having me own. AC- this is. This is such a privilege for me to be have to speak to you. There are thousand one questions I have to ask. Ask You But I just want to start off by honesty saying it's so interesting how a person can come into your life at some point and and you know there's so many conversations that have happened around me where you know. An artist or a particular song or film is really resonated with someone and had such an impact the life and I honestly. Won't you tonight from my heart. You'll documentary was that moment genuinely I just. I've you not to to watch us. A person on your experience was just incredible. And you know I can honestly say I cried the hallway through through it and you know any any pairs of mine that I've sheds the documentary with because I think they should should be invested in it. Because I know a have an impact in their lives lives have have had exactly the same experience so I just want to start this conversation off by just saying thank you so much for the impact that you've had in my life while you know it means it means the world to me You know as greatest as great as the accomplishment was what you just said Ed is why we need to challenge ourselves and inspire others for this specific. The reason is to hopefully inspire someone to grade with things. And that is the greatest thing that could ever or ask for an hoped for and And I appreciate that. I think what's really important For as for those. That haven't washed your documentary. I I think it's it's so important for us to Shat. You know you'll story you know kind of where this all began. I think people will be able to tell from your accent that you are an American can And your your from New York right. Yes Well originally I was born in North Africa in Libya and I moved to the states when I was five and a half and we moved to Long Island New York. I lived there for twenty seven years and I moved out to Los Angeles in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and I've been here ever since now a young age you had a huge passion for acting didn't you I did. And this is where you'll story. I think really began. Yes so you're on your way. This was in on October Seventeenth Nineteen ninety-two. I believe. Yes Sir you're on your way to your first major audition and this is when your life changed forever first major audition you know. I finally got the courage to tell my parents prince. I was not going to follow in the family business and I was going to pursue my passion my dreams and For the the next two and a half three years all I did was study. I did workshops. I did seminars. I classes did theater. I mean anything I can do and I finally felt I was ready to audition and I had my first audition that day that morning and just like any other morning I woke up. I still continue to work at the family business. But that wasn't my priority. It was my obligation Asian. But it wasn't my priority and I woke up that morning went to work with my mom left a little early went home got ready Eddie. got into my jeep and about an mile in route I entered into section. I entered a thousand times before and from my left peripheral. Feel Vision. I I saw call coming up in it was not slowing down and I knew I was going to get hit so I just grabbed onto the steering wheel tight as I possibly possibly could. I got t-boned on the driver's side. My jeep flipped. I went flying through my soft top six feeding year. Smashed my back against a telephone pole. Well and they you go my life just changed just like that and that's that's ultimately when you became a paralyzed from the chest hour. I'm like mid chest like right up right below the chest where your solar plexus when I got into my accident into I was on an island all alone I didn't have anyone to go to Who understood what I was going through? But my time in my Inpatient Rehabilitation Center at Rusk Institute that is what changed my life life and what gave me a new perspective on life in general I thought to myself. Wow I had twenty d two years of health and normalcy something. These kids will never ever experience a game a whole new perspective on how much which I should appreciate what I have and the fact that I still have my arms. That was huge. I think too often in life we focus. Awesome what we've lost rather than what we have and it was only did the day. A friend of mine You know to share a bit of my story is a good friend of mine who you had a motorbike accident which opened my eyes to a whole new reality of disability and he accepted what happened to him pretty deep pretty instantly and has lived a an unbelievably inspiring life since the day of his accident because he feels like everything happens for a reason everything it serves a purpose and he believes that he's being on this planet because he has the ability to be resilient to what has been done to him and to go on inspire others and the amount of people that he meets. who have these disabilities? And we're talking ten fifteen years you still have accepted. They have this disability. You know see lesser of themselves and I think it's so important when individuals like yourself speak like that where we need to Ulta Alta human's perception of how they see themselves. There is no shortage of inspiration in this world. And all you gotTa do is turn on Youtube Youtube or you know turn on the TV. If you're looking for it and I think The greatest thing that I learned through my rehabilitation and being around those children was The power of the human will and that to me. That is the greatest gift that we are born born win. And I'm not talking about getting up and we'll yourself to go to work or willing yourself to go deal through a The family event. I'm talking about putting yourself out there and not waiting for something to happen to you to realize what you're capable up. We don't know what we're truly capable of and the effect that we can have on people and I think that is the most important thing to get out of. Life is to affect as many people in a positive way as you possibly can in any way that you can for as long as you can either dog you that no money tree or materialistic thing in this world can make that you feel the way human being telling you that you've made a change in life. We've inspired them nothing. I remember. Gabriel I was. There's about four days into my challenge. I for my best friend in honor of him. I did nine hundred miles in a wheelchair on about four days in I was really low. My body was broken to pieces and a cop pulled over and one of the charities. I was raising money for was was the role marine charity. And this guy I go to have the vehicle and he walks over to me and he told me that he'd been looking for me and he said I just wanted to shake your hand and say thank you and I said I thank you for what he said. What you're doing for my people? I'm an ex Royal Marine. I can never thank you enough. I've lost two friends to suicide this year and to know that somebody like you is is looking out for me means everything to me but I just said thank you so much. Impact that manhood in my life. Not just in that day but still still to this day. The fact that I'm speaking of him you know he becomes my motivation in life. And it's interesting because you know you talk about this is the you know a lot of these journeys you tend. Think about yourself an kind of the impact that it can have but then actually the reality is is the impact that other people end up having on you. Open your eyes. Just two two different realities. Doesn't you know I've done many roles since my role across America and Every single time I get stopped. It is humbling emotional rollercoaster and when somebody acknowledges analogies you and tells you that you have made an impact in their life it does not get better than not unless you you know unless you become a parent to a new child. That's the only thing that I can imagine would be greater feeling and the more you prove people apple wrong the more you know They start to believe that it's not about the disability. But it's about the person won't mazes me about. He though is that you know having watched row with me. Just you know you were talking about Stu. You kind of started to test drugs. What kind of a young age about thirteen years old Mariah Sir and unfortunately through the accident you know kind of the levels of intake increased and it kind of went from kind of just playing with drugs to becoming an addiction as a man? There's not too many things things that one identifies with right. You know because each of us you know we identify with different things. You know That's that's what makes us individuals but there are certain things that we all identify with the same things and sex and our sexual will being our manhood if you WANNA call it That's something that is prevalent in every man's life if every person's life and I was very very sexual being and I gotTa Oughta tell you when that gets taken away from you you know that expression hell on earth. That's it brother and there's no sugar coating this. I don't care how mentally strong you are. There is nothing that will make up for that loss. That's when I got into my first serious relationship it was a it was an issue. It was an issue and I didn't know how to deal with with it. And and it was a constant issue the whole duration of the relationship. And that's when like I started started trying to figure out. How am I going to? I guess replace it if you want to say if you will That feeling and when when I when I started doing drugs I started with cocaine and then eventually moved onto crystal meth. It allowed me to get in a state of mind where Lehrer sexual promiscuity was on the table and end end porn and anything where I can get a mental release.
AI Hiring, Never Retiring: Working in the 21st Century
"Hunting for a new job is one of the resolutions. A lot of folks make starting off the year and many hiring managers have new budgets. And start ramping up recruiting after the holidays slowdown right now the way most people go through that processes not very different from how it was done in the past checking for job postings online sending and cover letters and resumes but with all the data out there about each one of us. What's the future of hiring gonNA look like reporter Hookah shellman found out? It's a New Year for many of us. Time to look for new job your update you're linked in scrappy social media. And then if all goes as well you get an interview hoping to make a first impression but turns out some companies already have very good impression of who you are the amount of information that people have on candidates before they actually arrive to the interview which can freak some people out because the idea of the for instance our digital footprints reputation could be processed and translated into an inside or an inference of your potential or talent more than than it is. Today is quite that creepy in a way. Tomas Chamorro premise is a professor of psychology Columbia University and the chief talent scientists that manpower group. He's not talking about programs. That pre filter resumes linked in for keyboards and skills. This goes much deeper artificial intelligence. This can be used to discern your personality through traces you leave online. And he says that our personalities embedded in almost anything we do for example apple the music that you listen to says a lot about your typical emotional states your personality your level of interest in different things your curiosity leveler intelligence level things like uber or lift ratings say a lot about how cordell agreeable friendly or pleasant you are basically. There's some is if you nice to driver you'll be nice to work with their already. Artificial intelligence based tools that can generate personality profiles from people's linked. It didn't in seconds. So why would we care. Tema says personality and cognitive abilities are becoming more important for employers compared to self-reported skills and work experiences. That's because companies keep changing their business models and they need employees. That could keep up. You really need to accept the fact that if a lot of the the jobs of the future don't exist today. The best thing we can do is not train people for specific hard skills or knowledge areas or expertise but identify if I whether they are likely to be good learners in the future and whether they're adoptable companies could of course use traditional personality. Test ask you might have heard of meyers brakes or disc or the big five you know choosing descriptions like people look up to me. I tend to be a kind person I accept live as it comes. Do you agree or disagree. These tests have been used for decades and most generally accepted as reliable measures of personalities now tech startups have developed algorithms that use artificial intelligence to create a personality analysis instantly without asking any questions like the company crystal analyzes. The words phrases and data points on someone's Lincoln profile and correlates with personality test results from people who have similar similar words phrases and data points. They used a bunch of the tests that we talked about another company. Humanistic used the disappointment and the big five. Both companies are using natural language processing tools. But do they work. We started by running mannix algorithm over Thomas Twitter feed this is you and this is based on your twitter so your analytical cautious deliberate and then we looked at Lincoln using the same companies tool so now you are influential energizing an impulsive in here. You were an analytical cautious and deliberate shortly so I would say more impulsive Paul Save than cautious and deliberate and the two are of the opposite extreme you know so same algorithm very different results for the thing. There is an element. amando throw everything against the wall and see what sticks here okay. So what does the other company crystal say about him. Based on his linked in this is one is better direct assertive and competitive. I think is better than court shows. Delivered speak very directly or bluntly yes stay. Stay focused on one point. Not necessarily I mean I'd like to jump from one to assert yourself with confidence definitely not as spent the last ten years in writing books on how we shouldn't mistake confidence for competent. So please don't assert yourself with confidence. There are trade-offs here right and I the thing that this doesn't seem as accurate as a traditional science based or validated assessment despite these inconsistencies Tomas still things. There's something here but other experts in the hiring field a less forgiving. There's no uh-huh science behind this. There's no real research that supports deriving personality from social media behavior. This is John Scott. He's he's an organizational psychologist bills assessment tools so companies can find the best possible hires. It's something that we can discuss it cocktail parties but I would would never in a million years attempt to derive someone's personality from that and then use that to make predictions beached out to crystalline. Human Tick Kris told told us that there are no independent studies but they're validate their tests internally. They say they ask every user how accurate the predictions are so when Iran Thomas Profile through crystal. The system asked me if it was accurate. She mandich said that the adjectives describing people's personalities in their reports are subjective objective that they could change on the fly and they said you can't judge the accuracy of the system by looking at one profile. They're also disputed. You did that. There are no vigorous. large-scale visas studies on the subject and pointed to a research article comparing computer judgments of personality to human judgments creating personality profiles with the help of. Ai Remains controversial. But John says that technology can help in a different way. He says one of the best ways to predict how well someone will do in a given job is to test them doing their job in a virtual reality simulator. How do you predict future behaviour? You create the future. You place the individual in that future and present them with a variety of challenges and see how they do against those challenges us so imagine instead of having an interview where you talk about how well you can do the job. The employer hands. You had said twenty of right into the deep end. You could take CNN applicant for a CEO save for a an energy company so one possible scenario is that they're holding strategy meeting and everybody in the room gets texts that there it has been a cyber attack on their nuclear plant. What are you going to do? How are you going to face that? And that's not just your stakeholders in your customers. It's the government that gets gets involved in that national security so you could set up a press conference have the individual present their ideas on how they're going to manage this John says this virtual virtual job simulation could be automatically scored by an algorithm just like video game. Technology could work for any job though you could see how you can scale back to new entry level jobs as well providing different sorts of challenges associated with their roles in immersive simulation kind of a way and and John says the tech wouldn't have to stop their companies could combine. The are based headsets with wearable technology. which could record a job? Candidates biometric metric data nervous and you hardest basing they had set would be able to detect that those sweaty palms registered eye contact measurable and all of that data about things citing stress. You feel will be used to assess how well you suited for the job. Since most of us have very control over our bodies we actions. This idea seems pretty controversial. A simple rule in my view is if the criteria or riveria bowls or fuck doors. You are trying to use for your decision whether to hire someone or not are completely out of somebody's control. It's probably not ethical. You get into areas where it may start to feel more like a medical test and you cannot use a medical test at the front door. For Selection election purposes an Illinois law takes effect this month requiring companies to notify job. Candidates may use AI based video interview tools And legislation mandating companies to inspect their algorithms for bias is under consideration in Congress so eventually lawsuits relations could put put the brakes on this new world of artificial intelligence and hiring
South Shore children killed: Mom, 20, charged with murder
"The woman accused of killing her two young children and stabbing her grandfather before jumping out of a south shore high rises been charged with first degree murder and one count of attempted first degree murder police were called to the water's edge apartments in the seventy two hundred block of south shore just before two AM on Thursday when they got there they discovered twenty year old a lien knew all and her two year old son on the ground outside the building the son had been killed inside the apartment was our seventy year old grandfather Cordell Walker who was stabbed many times and her deceased seven month old son in the
How to Become a Machine Learning Expert
"Software development environments toolkits that are readily available any of these tools are available for free a list of some of the most important software development environments in toolkits is provided in the show notes in this episode just to wet your appetite I briefly listen again right now software development environments for machine learning include one Matlab Software Development Environment not free our studio software development environment free Julia programming the topics of lower division linear Atra and upper division hockey space probability theory so once you've obtained some background in Linear Algebra and Calculus I probably theory you are now ready to move into the following intermediate level machine learning textbooks my current three favorite machine learning text books which I frequently used for reference purposes are the following text books had in recognition and machine learning by bishop the element a statistical learning by hasty Tishreen and Friedman deep learning by goodfellow Banjo and Cordell actually author if these books are available for free on the web and I provide hyper links in the show notes to help you find the free versions of these books note that these books do required some math background in order for you to understand them but the math background is relatively minor assuming you have taken equivalent of a lower division linear Algebra an upper division the space probability theory course then you should have no difficulty understanding the basic ideas of topics covered in these books although you may have difficulty understanding sections of these books and you may not perceive the nuances and technical details which are tersely mentioned in these books this is fine if you can get the basic ideas of approximately sixty percent of the material in one of these intermediate level books you'll be in good shape do not try for one hundred percent so mastery of about sixty percent of the material in the books by bishop hasty good bill and in addition obtaining at least one or two years of machine learning them development and evaluation experience using real world data moves you to the intermediate level if you understand most of the basic ideas in this in these intermediate level machine learning books and have at least five years of experience and machine learning software algorithm development and evaluation you may consider yourself to be an expert in machine thing note that the field of machine learning is so broad that these days every expert machine learning we'll have deep knowledge in some areas yet shallow knowledge and other areas to become an expert in machine learning you should acquire deep knowledge in at least several areas and machine learning suppose however you want to be become an elite expert machine learning then you'll need to further increase your expertise in machine
Cover-Up: The Cape Girardeau Crash
"It was a warm and sunny afternoon in Washington DC nineteen forty one just months before the US had joined World War Two forty-seven year-old Ohio Reverend Turner Hamilton Holtz ascended the stairs of the fortress that had hosted many important men throughout history but hold wasn't there for an ordinary tour of the nation's historical landmark hot Oh had something important to share with him something that required the man of the cloth to take a solemn oath before entering the building Holtz or to keep what he was about to see a secret from everyone including his own family the day's events had to stay between the two men Cordell Hull led his cousin passed the usual tour stops to a set of stairways that lead to a subterranean section beneath the knee capital a section very few people even knew about Holt began to wonder whether they should turn back he felt like he didn't belong here you're his instincts were right the secretary of state led him through a labyrinth of twists and turns until they finally reached a giant closed door the statesman entered cautiously and the pastor hesitantly followed behind when Ho flipped on the lights the evangelist could believe what lay before him it was a chamber filled with a silver discs metallic debris and three small bodies served jars evidence that extraterrestrial life at nate contact with
Twins top White Sox 9-8 on bases-loaded hit by pitch in 12th
"Difficult loss for the white Sox in Minnesota the twins winning nine to eight in twelve innings it was five nothing twins after three the white Sox tied in the six on back to back homers some Zack Collins in Adam angle that made it five five it remain that way until the eleventh inning when Tim Anderson hit a solo Homer twins scored a single run in the bottom of the eleventh the tired Ryan Cordell a two run Homer in the twelfth and then three runs for the twins off of Jose Ruiz in the bottom of the twelfth to win it Ronald Tories hit by a pitch with the bases loaded that ended the
Judge in Stanford sexual assault case fired from coaching job
"The California judge recalled over his handling of a former Stanford swimmers sexual assault trial loses another job former judge Erin Persky who was recalled over what some feel was a lenient sentence for Brock Turner for sexual assault he's now been fired as Lynbrook high school's tennis coach in San Jose having him here it sends a message that you know we are not survivor centric former student chiffon and cut a little rude petition a person he's firing though others like retired judge look Doris Cordell say it isn't enough that they got him to lose his job a new suspension this is just you know over the top wondering how a society that allows criminals to rebuild won't let Persky who's committed no crime rebuild his
"cordell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"cordell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"cordell" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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Gerrity, White Sox And Jose Maria discussed on Steve Cochran
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Vegas Police Fire Cop Who Froze During 2017 Massacre
"Las Vegas police have now confirmed that the department fired a veteran officer who froze in the hallway of the Las Vegas Strip hotel during the two thousand seventeen mass shooting as a government on the floor above opened fire on a country music festival Las Vegas Metropolitan Police department spokesman officer Larry Hadfield confirmed that officer Cordell Hedrick's was fired on March twentieth Hatfield did not offer additional details or answer questions regarding an internal review of the actions of Hendrix and other officers during that evening police union president Steve Gramos told the Associated Press in an email that Hendrix had been fired because of his actions during that match shooting hundreds acknowledged in a police report that he was terrified with fear as the gunmen above killed fifty eight people in the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history he wrote in the report quotes I froze right there in the middle of the hall for how long I can't say police body camera video released by the department chose Hendrix in the stairwell for at least fifteen minutes when the video clip this is USA or radio
Vegas cop who "froze" in hotel hallway during massacre is fired
"Your and a half after that massacre outside a hotel in Las Vegas the family of one of the fifty eight people murdered is filed a wrongful death lawsuit against eight gun manufacturers and three weapons dealers in Nevada and Utah in yet another challenge to a federal law that shields gun makers from liability now a cop has been fired for how he acted during that massacre the Las Vegas police department confirms it fired an officer who froze in the hotel hallway as the gunman one floor above him fired on a concert crowd in twenty seventeen officer Cordell Hendrix admitted in a police report he was terrified with fear during the country's worst mass shooting in modern history on that day a lone gunman in the hotel killed fifty eight people and wounded more than four hundred Hendrix's fired this March but the police union is fighting to get him reinstated Carmen Roberts fox
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Utility could face charges in California wildfires
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Dell shareholders back return to the public market
"We're taking a look at sales returned to the public markets in two thousand thirteen the computer company quit the NASDAQ in a controversial twenty four billion dollar buyout. But now five years later and after a fierce fight among some key shareholders. Michael Dell's technology company is set to listen to the new York Stock Exchange are US editor of the lex column. Sajida in that talks to Amy keen about what's bringing the company back to the public market. And why some shareholders resisted the deal? So G starts with what prompted Michael Dell to take his company private just a few years ago. So dull, obviously, it was the famous stop. He c- maker Michael Dell started the company in the eighties. When he was a college student and his dorm room at Texas. It was hot company for a really long time. But say ten years ago, you know, the PC became much less important smartphones were here, the the iphone and the like, and so he ended up spending like fifteen billion dollars between twenty ten and twenty twelve trying to turn delicacy off company, a much broader tech company, the market hated that. It's down shares like twenty five percent between twenty ten and twenty twelve and around the same time he had met this guy. Egon Durban who was a private equity investor to firm called Silverlake, which is a Silicon Valley based buy out firm, which is quite prominent both in Silicon Valley and in Wall Street and doing these buyouts, and they happen to be neighbors in a Wii. And so they had the idea that they could take Dell private buy out the public shareholders, and then reinvent this company and private so through the course of twenty thirteen the announced the deal and. By the end twenty thirteen they were able to tail private at a twenty four billion dollar valuation is very controversial a bunch of shareholders protested because they thought Michael Dell was a CEO, and he knew things that no one else did. And if he's buying why should we selling? But ultimately, they're all able to push the deal through and Dell became a private company in late. Twentieth. Thirteen and so if you fast forward five years Dell is going to be coming back to the public markets. What's changed? What happened over this period? Yeah. So the whole plan was to turn around and reinvent the company, which they did very dramatically Silverlake is a private equity firm. And so they have investors who are pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds and endowments who after five seven ten years want their money back. So it's natural for companies that go private like delta to relist again. And so what they've done in the last five years is that they really did till it turn del into this like one stop shop for corporate IT department. So they bought most prominently EMC, which is a tech data vendor for sixty seven billion dollars. They offload. A divisions that didn't fit anymore, and they've turned into this company that really can go up against Cisco HP and IBM and companies like that Sajid in order for Dow to have the backing to list again this time in the new York Stock Exchange, they company needed shareholder support. Can you walk us through what led to the vote that took place on Tuesday places start with that as we have to go back to the EMC deal, which happened 2016 EMC was a sixty seven billion dollar company. Dell was big it was perhaps thirty forty billion. Maybe at the time twenty five something like that. So it was private. So we don't actually know what the valuation was. But the point is he was much bigger. And so two by all of EMC offered their shareholders to things that gave them twenty three dollars per share in cash and the gave them a piece of paper called tracking stock to track. Another company called VM ware VM where was majority owned by EMC was also listed. So eighty percent of this company that was listed was owned by EMC Dell couldn't afford to buy all that for cash. And so they said, you know, what will give you this piece? The paper called tracking stock in VM ware, and it will reflect our interest in this company VM ware, and it should trade roughly in line with with VM ware. And so this piece of tracking stock which was publicly listed or traded called deviant t was created UNC shareholders got it. And for the last two years. It has traded has gone up quite a bit. The problem is it's always triggered a sharp discount to the pure VM ware stock big del wanted to go public again. And so the way to do that was not a traditional IPO where they just go out and sell shares of Delon people by that in like an under written offering what they wanted to do was take Dell shares a private and then swap it with Devi shareholders who would get the new Dell paper and through that transaction. Dell would again be public company. The problem was how do you actually value DVD, and that has been the fight for the last six months, let's say it's been particularly contentious who are some of the key sort of people fighting. It's interesting TV. Mt. Is like this weird security. VM ware is hard to understand. So not survey. Rising Lee its biggest investors have been hedge fund. So most prominently call icon had a big stake Elliott, the very high profile hedge fund that gets in these kind of fights. Was there a bunch of other kind of brand name twins were involved in the Soza a fight really between for the last six months to throughout the terms of this reverse merger IPO between these big hedge funds, and then Silverlake sedans had the benefit over these last few years of not having to answer to the public markets not having to release quarterly earnings. How's it looking like, it's gonna trait? That's a great question. So part of the fight that's gone on with this VM ware. Tracking stock called Devi MTA has been there's really two issues around it one VM ware. Let's say one hundred and fifty dollars per share company. The tracking stock has traded say around one hundred or one hundred and five so thirty forty percent discount. So the whole of that tracking stock one want to be made whole sort of get a value that approaches at one fifty the other half of the fight in the more complicated. Fight is a big portion of this. Deal is in this del stock which is suddenly going to be public. How much is that worth since it's private there's a big disagreement on how much that is worth. The delta worth quite a bit. The hedge funds have been skeptical. And so that was really the core kind of fight that just got resolved a came up with a clever mechanism to sort that out. But if you look at the actual numbers, and where Dell's going to trade at least initially the Cordell business businesses, not going to trade at a very high multiple. And so Michael Dell who was frustrated five years ago about his valuation is probably going to be frustrated now again, and so the question is do shareholders publisher holders now mutual funds, and the like do they kind of Dopp his vision on how Dell is going to really compete in this new IT market that they've been remade. And they're right up there with Cisco, and Microsoft, and the others or is this going to be thought of as a slow growth business that has this corporate governance problem with private equity firm who still there and Michael Dell who have super voting shares? We're going to take advantage of us. So the real question is now. Hey, the public. They got this deal done our daily at the benefit of the doubt or not. All All right. right. Thank Thank you. you.
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