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"corky" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Corky's Coco's next real time traffic update Just 10 minutes away. It's gonna be mostly sunny and a little warmer today with the wind advisory in effect two o'clock this afternoon for the valleys and mountains 68 on the coast Woo Nice skirting 70 inland 48 in the mountains and 72 in the deserts Right now it's 48 degrees downtown. I heard you, Kevin. Oh, good news. Time is 5 12. That was Kevin Dean to live is to paint. No, it was Yeah, Jill, Mr. Police say At least three people are hospitalized with serious injuries after a speeding SUV collided with three other vehicles and an O Tie Ranch neighborhood crash happened about 5 30 yesterday at the intersection of East Palamar Street as Santa Oh, leva Nurse Santa Olivia rode. Three people were taken to hospitals, including the driver that caused the crash and two people were treated at the scene. None of the injuries believed to be life threatening. Authorities were investigating whether the BMW driver was under the influence of alcohol. An investigation is underway after a recent security breach of a company that the California D M V uses to verify vehicle registration addresses. Seattle based company automatic funds Transfer Services was the victim of a ransomware attack earlier this month. Officials are investigating if D M V. Data shared with the company has been compromised. That includes California vehicle registration records, which contained names, addresses, license plate numbers and vehicle identification numbers. The FBI has gotten into.
"corky" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"With highs in the sixties to around 70. This report brought to you by the Auto Club of Southern California from the Southern California Toyota Dealers. Traffic Center. We make it easy it slow on the 405 in west L. A With his North found delays are backing up away from Santa Monica Boulevard. Taking you ahead all the way to the won 18 freeway and found found slowing also beginning at Santa Monica Boulevard, and they extend all the way to the 605. Let's get an update with Mike O'Brien KF Eye in the sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com. Dead little snag here on that 91 in Anaheim Hills. We take the 91 westbound just approaching. We're canyon are actually a little closer to Imperial Highway just hurt for the left lane It's backed up to about we're cannon and a lot of that slowing ships up ahead. Material highway over 55. Now the 91 eastbound Not bad at this spot, but up ahead. It does Slama just approaching were candy truck scales. From there. It'll be heavy up to Green River and then again through Corona looks like starting around flicking blanket on her off in the river side there. Intuitive accident visit superwoman super lawyer dot com. Mike O'Brien KF eye in the sky stuff you sponsored by Corky's Test Control KF pie in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm Angel Martinez. Hi, This is Corky of Corky's passed control. Hears a math equation for you. Your home minus termites equals Corky's way, Subtract her much from your home and you'll love our price calling call 1 809 0111 photo products requiring online consultation. Healthcare provider and only available at the provider determines prescriptions. Appropriate subscription required. See website for full details An important safety information. Hey, guys, good news. The outrageously expensive A little blue pill is now generic,.
"corky" Discussed on 790 KABC
"BBC news at 12 O'clock I'm Kevin Trap. The Senate is considering the nomination of federal Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the U. S. Supreme Court. GOP Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. We've watched her in committee He's demonstrated. She has the deep legal expertise, dispassionate judicial temperament and sheer intellectual horsepower that the American people deserve to have. On their Supreme Court. Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer makes his case against proceeding to the nomination, so I believe the Senate majority is on the precipice of making a colossal and historic mistake. By rushing this nomination through the Senate. Only eight days before a national election after 50 million Americans have already voted. There's more fire danger in our state, Northern California could be hit by the strongest winds and highest fire danger of the year late Sunday. The National Weather Service has issued a high wind watch from Sunday to Monday with possible gusts as high as 70 MPH at the mountain peaks and 50 MPH in the valleys. There was a spot of good news for fans of the happiest place on Earth. Starting next month. The downtown Disney district will include Buena Vista Street inside Disney's California Adventure Park. The theme park itself will remain shut down, but fans will be able to shop and eat at the stores and eateries that lying the entrance within the gates. Officials say all pandemic safety measures including social distancing requirements. And face masks will be enforced for visitors ages two and over. Sharon reared in Kate ABC News on Wall Street. The major indexes are mixed. The Dow was in the red, but the S and P 500 NASDAQ are in the green. ABC News has sponsored by Corky's pest control. Corky from Corky's Pest Control says rats are dirty. They carry disease. They roam around your home and non everything at Corky's. They know where rats live, why they're there, and they know how to give them the boot. Call 1 809 01 11 02. Corky's. ABC Weather Tonight Mostly cloudy, patchy drizzle after midnight lows in the mid fifties toe lower sixties Tomorrow Mostly cloudy, patchy drizzle in the morning highs in the mid sixties to mid seventies. Right now, in downtown L. A. It's 71 degrees. We're reporting the constantly breaking news so you could make the best choice in November. This is so callous, common sense Election headquarters 7 90 K A. B C. Now Here's Kay ABC Sports Why they get Mr Kevin Trip World Series Game three. Today at five were tied up one a peace between the Dodgers and the Raise you got Walker Buehler going up against Charlie Morton l A F C L. A galaxy Sunday at 12 30 for little soccer Head head matchup in Thursday night Football Garbage ball,.
Can I make a different video about dogs every day for a year?
"Hi Chris, this is Shaun from San Diego and I've been listening since episode one and I think I've finally found my side hustle idea. What if I make a video every day for a year what would happen I have an idea to teach people about corgis. It's my favorite kind of dog through a lot of Corgi lovers out there and I was inspired by the guy who blocked fish tanks instead of blogging, I'm thinking of making a series of videos and because side-hustle school is daily, I'd also like to make different video every day for a year but just all about Corgis is this a good idea and what do you think will happen if I do that? Thanks Sean. Thank you so much for the question. Interesting idea for sure I've never heard this one before daily video series all about not just dogs but specific kind of dog. So leave the discussion about corgis themselves for now. I WANNA focus more on the broad question here Sean specifically asks what if I make video every day for a year what will happen. I think what? He's thinking I've kind of fallen into this trap myself. It's not necessarily a trap but what's going to break it down I? Think what he's thinking is okay. If I make a different video every day for a year, it might start small but over time more and more people are going to be watching and then like month one month to month three as as I move toward know corgi video number three, hundred and sixty, five all of a sudden there's going to be a huge audience of Corky. Lovers all watching and just anticipating as video, etc. so that may happen. Okay. So first of all, it may happen and it is good to be consistent and it can definitely help not just in terms of building the audience, but also you yourself like if you're trying to get in the habit of regularly publishing something or just again being consistent that can help but I think it is a trap to think that automatically the audience is going to build often with these things i. think this was true a lot when. When everybody was live streaming every single day. During the beginning of the COVID nineteen season and I've done life streaming myself. I'M GONNA keep doing it I. Think it's a great way to interact with folks but notice that like in the beginning of that season, like a lot of people started doing who weren't doing it before and I did see a lot of growth but then like often what happens is it just declines after a while which can feel demotivating because. You're like Hey I'm here I show up. I'm here every day or however often it is. Why did people stop watching? I think we just have to remember that people have busy lives and they're not necessarily going to be committed to you know coming every day or whatever the pattern is like you have to make it worth their while you have to always say what's in it for that other person to make that commitment. So doing something over and over consistently can't be a good path to building more traction, but you could also do that over and over and not see those results. So just keep that in mind remember that classic definition of insanity right is doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results and I often think about this. I'm sure a lot of people have heard of the ten thousand hour theory which Malcolm. Glad well popularized. I'm a fan of. His books but I think there is a critique of Allah critique of that theory. which is you can spend ten thousand hours doing something and still not have much to show for it. You know, yes the Beatles practice pretend thousand hours and had all these experiences playing in Germany before they got big and the UK and then America, and beyond. But lots of other bands can practice for ten thousand dollars and not the Beatles. and. So we can talk about that for a long time, but I think the idea just doing it doesn't necessarily guarantee success. So to get back to Sean, I would say it's definitely worth a try but the bigger question is to ask what can I do to help educate the world about Corgis or whatever my topic is, but we're talking about Sean and hopefully build my authority as the Corgi guy and so if you think about that question and the answer might lead to that daily video series, but it just as might well lead to something else. Okay. So don't let them medium or format drive your process don't let that medium or format lead the. Way, you know focus on the topic focus on what you want to communicate and be open to different mediums or formats as you go.
"corky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"We talked with the Pataki Red Sox, who are offering the dinner on the field and and the Pensacola Blue wa Who's the Airbnb listing of their stadium and Louisville bats are offering batting practice at their stadium. We talked last week with one of the owners of presidents of the Florence Y'all's and they've teamed up. There's going to be to Florence teams and two teams from Lexington that play and what they're calling the battle of the Bourbon Trail, and it's a 38 game season involving those four teams alone. The whole Corky Miller is going to manage a team in the city of Champions Cup. In Joliet, Illinois. Now follow me here in the Joliet Slammers are a Frontier league team plays in the same league as the Florence Y'all's would in a normal season, but they have put together four teams in Joliet to play a season. The Joliet Slammers the Joliet Totally monsters. The Chicago deep dish and nerds heard that four teams Corky Miller is going to manage nerds heard This will be a 27 games scheduled. They're going to start on July the 16th and play through September. The six teams are going to be made up of players from the ranks of the Frontier League. Like the Florence team plays in players unable to play for their current teams, free agents from other minor league affiliated teams, and they're gonna hold tryouts like Florence is going to do, and Corky Miller will manage again. The nerds heard team Scott Spezia, the former major leaguer, a two time World Series champ. He's gonna manage a team. Glenallen Hill, a former outfielder, Cubs, Blue Jays and others will manage a team. Each team's going to play three or four home games a week on a schedule that's going to include night games. Saturday, Tuesday, Thursday,.
"corky" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"That, it wasn't kiss. He was like to house I like the Jesus was like. I'M GONNA. Stay at. You're going to be there and I. think that's a testament to Jesus is to you like it's A. Mean like sometimes I'll ask, but sometimes I just. You know what I'm saying is finding the perfect present for dad is a tough I mean. You could get him another Home Depot Gift Card really want to that. And what if you can't spend father's Day together this year? It's important to make the day special because Your Dad deserves. It mine touted delight. Rough and tumble and fed, and like corky and angry in grumpy all these fun things I know more than anything. The parents cherish spending time with family. That's why I'm giving my dad the most meaningful gift this year, a chance to connect with loved ones through story worth story worth is a fun and meaningful way to engage with family. especially the relatives you might not get to see often. This online service helps your. Your loved one share stories through thought provoking questions about their memories, and their personal thoughts is the gift of spending time together wherever you live every week. Story worth emails, your family member different story prompts questions. You've never thought to ask like what have been some of your life. Great surprises, or what's one of the riskiest things you've ever done reading the weekly stories? It's fine and makes our family feel close even. Even if we're not altogether, my dad did soar three year, and one of my favorite things was talking about being in the Vietnam War and like living overseas and talking about the men that he served with, and it was just such a fascinating insight into part of his life. That I really knew nothing about after one year story, worth will compile every answered question and photo. You choose to include into a beautiful. Beautiful keepsake book that ship for Free My family will treasure the SPEC forever give your dad the most meaningful. Get this year.
Battling Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs
"We're GONNA start our show today by taking a trip back to the nineteen eighties when singer. Songwriter Billy Joel was at the top of his game and he released two. Song Allentown about the decline of the steel industry. In America steel factories were closing in steelworkers. Were losing their jobs. The song shed light on the challenges the workers faced and at the same time. It made allentown a city in Pennsylvania quite famous so now let's fast forward twenty or so years. Two Thousand and one and Allentown is in the news again but this time it's because of an insect an agricultural pest from Asia had somehow found its way to Pennsylvania. The insect called the Brown rated stink bug feeds on apples. Peaches figs mulberries citrus fruits and other crops. Well it didn't take long for these tough little bugs to spread and by twenty ten. They wrecked havoc on orchards and crops in various parts of the United States. And the really bad news. Is that Brown? Mom rated stink. Bugs are still here and there on the move and they may soon arrive to a fruit tree near you. So what can we do about it? I've invited Tracy Leschi to the studio today to find out. She's an entomologist. And by the way an optimist as you will discover in this interview today. She's also the director of the Appalachian Fruit Research Station at Cairns Ville West Virginia. Her research is focused on the development of behaviorally based management tools for invasive and native pest of fruit crops. But before we start chatting I would love to hear your stories and your questions during the show you can email those questions and stories to in-studio one. Oh one at g mail DOT COM and do remember to include your first name and the city. You're writing from so tell us. Have you seen these bugs in your fruit trees? And what have you done about it in studio one a one at g mail dot com is the email so now to Tracy Leschi. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you Susan for the invitation. I'm so glad to have you here. And hopefully you will shed some light on these mysterious bugs. Oh my goodness so. The Story Starts Allentown. Can you tell me a little bit about that discovery? What was happening around then here. So you know Brown Mama Rated Stink Bug as you've already mentioned is a species that is not native to North America. It's native to Asian countries including China Japan Korea and Taiwan. This insect is an excellent hitchhiker And we'll probably get to that in a little while but at some point in the to late. Nineteen nineties homeowners. In and around the Allentown region of Pennsylvania were Seeing some interesting invaders in the fall to their homes and in fact these were Brown. Mom rated stink bugs. Now the issue was is that they weren't properly identified until two thousand one when Karen Bernhardt who with Penn State cooperative extension in Pennsylvania collected some of these specimens from a homeowner and she ended up sending them to attacks honest Rick Holbeck at Cornell and he identified them as Brown mom rates. Think so this was the first official record of population in North America. So how on Earth would they have gotten there? How did they get to these people's homes right so one of the interesting things about Brown mom rated stink bug is that they are excellent hitchhikers as adults and that means is that they can sort of end up being concealed and hidden from view and sort of take a journey to somewhere else and this is related to what we as entomologist refer to as their over wintering behavior which is essentially like hibernation for insects. So when these insects hibernate more or less they crawl into cracks and crevices and hunker down and wait for spring. And if these cracks or crevices happens to be in some sort of shipment of goods or perhaps in your suitcase or who knows This is how often these bugs have been transported to new locations. Whoa so how quickly would they spread? So let's say or what a what a thought. Let's say it's in your suitcase. You've gone on holiday to China. Or whatever he brought back these little hitchhiking bugs So let's say you have one bug or two bugs what happens then. How quickly would they spread? Well if you found one or two bucks I'd tell you to kill them I but You know it's a good question. They have a pretty good Reproductive capacity that sort of what we say in terms of you know how quickly can a population build up? Based on the reproductive efforts of a female a single female can lay up to twenty eight eggs at a time in in an egg mass. And she can lay up to four hundred over her lifetime. So you can imagine if you know. Just a portion of those eggs survived to adulthood and then reproduce. You can see that. A population could build rather quickly so is is that what happened like You know how quickly did this problem spread? You said it started sort of in the late nineties. It was discovered two thousand and one. And then what happens? Well what happened? After that was it was a slow spread And it was a slow build up for a number of years so in two thousand and three I found the first specimen officially outside Pennsylvania in Maryland. Just south of Allentown Pennsylvania. I in in sort of central Maryland in a town called Hagerstown There was some. Also some official detections in New Jersey and then it continued to spread through what we refer to as the mid Atlantic here in the United States and to Virginia West Virginia You know parts of Delaware Into upstate or sort of well. I should say downstate New York so the populations continued to build Over a number of years and then you know really began to build quickly back in two thousand eight two thousand nine and in two thousand and ten throughout the region. We really experienced what we refer to as an outbreak population. So what did that look like Especially if you're growing cheese. Yeah it looked well you know. When we first began to detect problems in fruit trees from Brown mom raided stink bug and say two thousand eighteen thousand nine. The issues were confined really to the late season. Where just before harvest and this is really painful. If you can imagine your fruit just about ready to be picked from the tree almost ripe. We were seeing large numbers of adult invading the orchards in the fall and feeding on the fruit and this was causing for some of our local growers up to ten percent loss. Even back then but in two thousand and ten we saw the bugs invading earlier much earlier actually just after the fruit had formed just after pedal fall essentially in these orchards. In that early season feeding really set up our growers for significant losses. Where you know for our Peach Growers. Many growers lost their entire crops. Most lost half of their crop. And then it just went on from there. You know apples and Incurred ABOUT THIRTY SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS IN LOSSES. Thousand and ten just locally. That's terrible was the fruit. Not salvageable at all. I mean what what do these Brown marmalade stink bugs due to the fruit? Yeah they are you know. They are a typical stink bug species in that their mouth parts are essentially a straw and they insert that Straw into the fruit tissue and they inject some salivary enzymes that essentially helps break down that tissue and suck out the juice and so what they leave behind. Is this dry corky tissue beneath the surface of the skin as well as discolored display depressions on the surface now for peaches because the feeding Began so early essentially once you peel that fruit. The entire fruit was riddled with these deep pockets of dead comey tissue and you know. The entire fruit was essentially unsolvable. It was just a complete loss. For FOR APPLE. Growers some of the fruit could be redirected to From sort of a fresh market to juice market. But you know they're getting Cents on the dollar in terms of the value so in essence they're losing over. Ninety percent of the value of that fruit have normally gone into fresh market. So it was very
Watch Adele Perform ‘Rolling in the Deep’ at Friends’ Wedding
"That reason listening or they'll right now here in the DJB program at twenty four after the hour is that she is as she returns to the stage people look at her because she lost so much weight as she was a singer and and her best friend wedding flawless performances you can imagine this is over the weekend Saturday night she was on hand to officiate at the end of yours from writer another doc world been a great friend of Adele's since they were in school and the Maccabees Hugo white at the base non pub in London right Laura slow down ladies I'm sure you're all of this checking their gone out the radio was wearing and she had a long floral skirt and when the coast facet or how it was a fascinating you know those weird hats English one being the English when I was a day on the side of their hands yeah they're not spending at all but why do they call them fascinate or have never the nose it's one of those corky British they yes it is okay so anyway she was in the Instagram all over Instagram the morning after several guest posting clips of Adele and doctoral singing and dancing but several friends joining lance right singers Florence Welch and Jessie ware were among the V. I. P. wedding guests well can be seen singing along with every word of Intel's rolling in the deep two thousand and this is a great show this is John I love Italian right yeah either the wedding band with the but you've seen pictures right look at their pictures for all over Instagram from this wedding and yeah she it was very very different I just hope that she's healthy yes right it's kind of a rapid it was a divorce diet yeah yeah for sure all right well we all agree Willowdale music is a nice touch anyway knowing how I love the connection work just nice of the reason that I would like to find a reason to talk about a dell terrenos I hope we get some twenty twenty music from her because it's been awhile since we've had anything
This 8-Year-Old Makes $26M A Year From YouTube - Here's What You Can Learn
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I've Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about how this eight year year old kid makes twenty six million dollars a year from Youtube at what you can learn from it so neil. Have you heard a story. Do you know who this is. I do Ryan's rolled all right. Yeah His name is Ryan Guan and then yeah rides. World is officially his channel. Do you WanNa tell vote about it. Yes so you know. It's not just a kit. His parents are bawling because the parents are keeping the money. Sucks for Ryan when you get older. Hopefully your parents take care of. You seem like nice pair or you. Listen to mark is good. You learn how to get out out of that. That's right although I think it's good that a kid doesn't get twenty six million and the parents can agree and probably saving yet in doing good things on his behalf. Ford released an article breaking down the top Youtube influencers in how much they're making and Ryan was at the top. It used to be Ryan. You know video video recording youtube videos of him looking at toys now. It's much more than that. But in essence is channel appeals to kids and he makes twenty six million dollars. There's a year so good for you Ryan. Yeah just to give a little more context in terms of what you can learn. I think Going into it to rides world is a channel used to be rides toy review. And I. I was watching some of the videos. And there's like a giant Lightning McQueen bar a ball from disease cars and so basically the idea. The deal was actually conceived from Ryan's mother who came up with the idea after watching videos by another youtuber named Evan Tube. HD He basically reviews products too. But you know she decided to basically put a spin on it so oftentimes. What you think about doing something to do is draw some racial somewhere else and then combined into experience that that you have at it becomes something? That's very novel. The the best part about this is like look anyone can make money. My buddies and I were joking around at least my buddies who have kids and we were joking around like mad. Our children just causes money. It's time to make some money from them now. We're just joking as I mentioned look. Youtube is really powerful. And this just shows you why need to be on it you know. A lot of people are like Oh tech talk snapchat. It's all younger demographics. There's not any money in there. Where Ryan's Ryan's making a ton of money you know going after young kids and people who are a much younger audience than most would ever market too so it just shows that there's potential hamshaw almost all audiences because eventually all these audiences will end up with credit cards? It will end up purchasing an Yoon if they're too young and they don't have credit cards their parents for purchase for them. So don't be afraid to just go out there and go and try to do something even if other people are hating on at telling you it's not possible both telling you there's no money in it. Hey if there's a big market a ton of people the money will eventually fall. I think there's some other lessons from this too because what I what I look at the video so it's not like it's particularly well done. I mean it shirts a good video but it's not great. It's not something that really stands out. So what really sticks out is rides got his own little quirky personality as a kid. I think Gras Corky they also stay very consistent with the publishing schedule to know exactly where you're going to get from from that channel. which is why I mean? Twenty two point nine million subscribers share his. You know that the hurts though what they're doing and they've also you know you can also learn from from rides world is sure it like. Let's say you God bless you if you have a kid. That's helping you do well. But they've learned to also diverse fighter the income that they're getting they look. Look at the Post that I think it was written by not forced maybe it is Forbes but basically they own a couple of properties in this area you know they take care of their parents of the diversified investments. And they'll put all their eggs in one basket. So that's another lesson that you can learn and the other thing I want to call out if I turn back over to deal is if you look at number one. Earner it's Ryan Ryan Kanji and number two is perfect. Now do perfect. is they do their production quality or the bout of work that they have to put it to practice are actually way crazier because they're logic basketball's out of like helicopters or roofs tops. The buildings are really crazy. AIDS ad they earn twenty million bucks in kind of a twenty nineteen and then at third place was actually another child. Who who is only five years old and I believe she's Russian as you're eighteen million dollar
"corky" Discussed on Marni on the Move
"Or, but if you don't have that connection or you don't know somebody or you remind casting director of an ex girlfriend, or whatever the case may be the answers now and on the flip side. Sometimes it's dumb luck. And the answer is yes. But as somebody who wants to get out what I put in it became very frustrating. And. Also to as a female who is in her twenties. I'm pretty generic type. I'm fully aware that there are a lot of actors out there like me in singing, same vocal range, on film very much, like. White girl next door. And when you're one of so, so many, you know, the odds are against you. And I think the people who are really successful knows industries, can find a way to push that knowledge out and just almost blind optimism again. Just go in and forever reason at that point my career I just couldn't do it. I couldn't lie to myself, right? Couldn't ignore the statistics. I walk through the door. And so, I started really looking for the coaching more and I wanted to. Challenge myself and see what would happen if I started focusing on coaching full time in an acting part time I was fully aware, I could not just go cold Turkey and be a successful coach overnight. It takes time it takes to build a business first off filing LLC. It takes time to build a website. It takes time to think about your niche, and how do you fit into a city like New York, and offer something that is needed and wanted and the and the day comes down to write booking clients? So how do you kind of figure out where you fit? And again, it takes time and I knew I had to kind of subsidized my lifestyle still them with acting gigs to get coach Corky runs. LLC afloat, and I hustled really hard that first year I was the candle at both ends as a coach. But it was also a labor of love. And I just was really happy being out there with runners, and at that time, too, I was dabbling in. Ultramarathons which is a totally different world, then different Spowers. Absolutely. But it was the perfect marriage. It was pretty awesome. In that I was looking to crank out one hundred mile weeks, myself. And so I could afford to run multiple twenty miles with private clients within a week. And if I hadn't been ultra training that would've been absolutely insane like, who without breaking their body who can possibly run multiple twenty miles in a week, especially for training for like a fast five K like that would be insane, will, in late trading specificity just would not be productive. So it was kind of perfect in that I had my eye on some ultras and dabbling in that while building my brand, it meant that I could be really giving with my body and not worrying about Mike paces as much as just getting in the miles. So, because with an ultra th really just about getting in the miles, it really is. So I developed coach quirky runs. And then I started saying, yes, and yes, to clients and no, thank you. No. Thank you to audition. Cz. Because I didn't wanna cancel my running clients starting to build up my reputation and I wanted to be reliable. I wanted to be consistent. And from there, I just kind of did a filming more coaching. And when. Two thousand fifteen rolled around I had really kind of been afloat on my own. And I had kind of really found my niche in the New York running community, and I was working with just some really spectacular athletes, and coach average people for the most part, they're not they're not Olympic hopefuls. They might be trying to qualify for Boston. Some of them are very first time runner. Some of them are first time half marathoners, some are first time marathoners, or people looking to improve on previous time, people coming back from injury or from pregnancy your status, there, your normal people, and it's just so wonderful to work with normal people and to know and contribute to their running, and like how it affects their lives in a positive way. And so, in two thousand fifteen that was when essentially, I joined mile Harun club. That's when we met at mile Heron club. How did you connect with Deborah Warner and mile high run club. Power social media, man. So it was November two thousand fourteen when they first opened their doors. And there was an your times article that. Showcased the studio and interview dab. And I remember unfazed book a bunch of runners, I had known from assistant coaching. We're sharing it and they were sharing it in not so positive way. It was kind of like why would I run inside? They paid or run. This is BS. This is never gonna last understand their skepticism s somebody who been purely outdoor runner, right? And this was like a totally new concept for people. Yeah, it was. And so I read the article and instead of going into the spiral that everybody else had I thought this might be an opportunity. This sounds like this could be something. And so after read the article, I stocked, her on Facebook, you stock to bro. I sent hurry, both love. I sent her message. She responded right away. My direct message was, essentially, hey, congrats on mile Herron club seats opening. I'm running coach here. New York City. I don't know if you need any more coaches. For your roster. But if so figured I'd reach out and within a couple hours, we're having a phone conversation, and then later that week I was in the studio, I think it was pretty much of their launch sampling a couple classes. She wanted to know if as outdoor coach first off, I would like the ways, and if I would like the programming and if the whole concept was something that I could really jive with. And my answer was, yes. And I am a hard sell. I am not a group fitness person. I have never done a Barry's class. I have never done a soul cycle class. I am purely like the good old fashioned run outside in all the weather or go to the gym and lift in my own sort of person. So the fact that I was sold on it, I think spoke highly of what she'd created. And so that was November two thousand fourteen I was an intriguing and on the roster first week in January two thousand fifteen and was there for four years and four. Months. And, you know, for me the learning curve was coaching headset. I think with my acting background. I am very comfortable with my voice. I'm very comfortable, speaking in front of a crowd, I was going to say because I've taken a lot of classes, having launched a lot of studios, and booty fitness, and I'm the same like I personally, if left to my own devices, which is be running outside or going out on my bike or swimming, but I get I have a very positive outlook on the value of group fitness and every now and then you really do need that group to be motivated. So when I first came and took your class, I was like, wow, this is so much fun. I think that that's a tremendous advantage for you to be both a runner and to have that musical theater background because you really do need to have that strong presence to be able to get people excited about the class about the workout to like, really keep their head in the game while also making them work really hard. And it's always like one thing, I remember about your class, which also when I took your class the other night, same thing was that no matter how much how hard, the workout is you're smiling, and there's great music, and you're like wheat, but I am working so hard. And yet, this is so much fun. So I mean, I think that's like a true talent. Yeah. I never would have thought that a degree in performance in music would have me behind a headset coaching runners. It's insane to me, still that, that's where I am. But I do think it's to my vantage that I can coach twenty classes a week and not burn out, vocally, you know, I know how to project I not to save my voice and still give energy simultaneously, and that is not something apparently as I've learned with other coaches that comes naturally to a lot of people, but I always want to make sure that it's not a performance per se that it, it goes back to running. I was going to say, like there's a lot of instructors out there that come from acting. Theater that have no performance backgrounds. And I think that's what really makes the difference with your classes. And with you as a coach is that you have a lot of experience running, and you're a coach as well. So bringing that extra theater experience into the mix is really a tremendous advantage. Yeah. And it's been really wonderful to able to kind of coach thousands of runners of say, do you have s I wrote down that? You've probably coached over one hundred thousand hunters, like, do you ever think about that? I, I don't wanna classes a week thirty eight people in class. Yeah. I don't know years, I don't know the exact number because, you know, I've got so many repeats, and things like that. But it's definitely given me an outlet to connect with and coach so many more runners my possibly could on my own private roster. I just don't have the bandwidth to, to give and coach and be present with my personal clients. When it's that many, you know, focus on quality over quantity with my private clients now. So it's been. Great to be in a studio environment where I can just connect with that many more people and impact, they're running in a meaningful way. I mean you really do people come up to after class. They ask you questions. You're always available. Tell me about precision run and your exciting new job. Precision runs been around, I believe since two thousand fourteen or so it has been taking place in the equinoxes gems on the treadmills. So up until recently, you have a coach who would teach a class in the middle of Jim. And which, as you can imagine is not the group fitness experience. Most boutique goers are used to but the creator of the program. David seek is a scientist, first and foremost, and also, just a very talented athlete himself, and he wanted to focus on really doing a lot of research, and creating a program that is scientifically sound proof that is safe first off for runners, but also gives them a really strong workout. And two awesome. Make it fun to make acceptable to everybody. And so the classes have been really successful equinoxes, and often will sell out. And so it's been thriving there in then equinoxes had opened in Santa Monica, and in Boston, and London, they have, but they called the lab and those were studio spaces pretty much Jason to equinoxes that all of a sudden would, then how's the would ways and the program? So it was kind of the steppingstone to what we now have in New York City in flat iron on west, twenty first street, which is the first fully standalone precision run studio. And I knew back in October, that something big was coming and I, I was thinking about a change. You know, I really loved my runners my.
"corky" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Corky from the Fox News studios in New York City. Get ready for a fresh look at the days of events. Tom shillue show. Here we go. Here we go with the Tom shillue show so excited to be heading into the weekend. But we still get a lot of weekday news to catch up on here. Send us into the weekend. With some details about on our on our Sunday shows are Sunday morning shows that. Nobody watches do. They do you watch those shows I always used to that was my my ritual watching David Brinkley and. And the other shows on Sunday morning. And then later on meet the press, I meet the press with Tim russert. But but no longer maybe it's because I I get my fill during the week here at Fox News. Maybe that that might have something to do with it. Chris Wallace does a good show. And I watched that on tape, although. To no end, we get people calling up to this show, and you always want to complain about Chris Wallace Chris Wallace. He's he the the very meaning of fair and balanced that makes Fox News so special stop complaining about him. Guys. You guys love to in all the time. When I see you guys on the streets when I run into you there like your favorite people here at FOX. And then you're always coming down on Wallis, and and and shepherdess another guy shepherd, but. Like, we said the other day when I did FOX and friends they ask Steve Doocy about working here at FOX. And he said he reiterated what I always say, which is we've got always covering every side of these issues. So we're going to do the same thing today on the show. I'll give you my opinion, of course. And you know, the lines are always open for people who disagree with me. So my big question today. What do you got? What do you got America? Eight three three eight five two four eight six six all you got. I'm saying. Michael cohen. Let's read the headline from BuzzFeed. This is kind of the story of the day. I know people are still talking about the war. The wall battle between Nancy Pelosi and the president. But the the big scoop of the day in the are we gonna nab this president or not people BuzzFeed news, America's most trusted news source. Not really, but they're not they're not just a. They're not just a click bait site anymore if they've broken some big stories, but they've also broken some real lemons and they've had to walk back. Bombshell reports will they have to walk back this one President Trump directed. His attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about the Moscow tower project. So you're seeing a lot of people today saying this is it. That's it. That's it. That's all we need wrap it up. It's time to impeach. What do you think of that guys? I'm saying is that what you're gonna do guys. I want you to envision America. I wanna be like that guy. Rod Serling picture a world where the president is impeached over the Trump Tower project. And Michael Cohen testimony picture that world. Can you picture? What do you see happening? What do you see happening in twenty twenty? If the president is because I don't think it would be a successful impeachment. But. Any impeachment at all to me leads to twenty twenty Trump. That's in my mind. Am I wrong where does it lead to you? Or do you have this scenario where ends up like Nixon because everyone loves re reliving the Nixon days, and they watch all the president's men and they say tick tick tick tick tick tick. And then the president resigns the last the last line of the. The ticker tape there on an all the president's men, and it just it was like a house of cards at fell down one after another. One one person went down after another and they finally got their man. Well, they never really did get there, man. Did they because Nixon resigned he resigned to make it all go away? And because he had lost support of Republicans. Do you see that happening because that's what has to happen for the president to go down? He has to lose supportive Republicans, and they have to vote to impeach with the Democrats. Will he get that? Let's look at the story as it stands. Let's go over the facts of the story guys. Just the facts, ma'am, they have been working the sort of Trump Moscow tower portion of this investigation. Our sources have to form over so they had access to a number of different documents to reports beginning to compile this evidence before Michael coin to cooperate and to speak with the special counsel. And then starting to sending this to him or begin asking questions based off then he acknowledged. Yes. Indeed. I was directed by president. But it is a rock solid information developed over the course of a long time, and Michael was used to sort of like, it's it I guess confirm it. So that's. Anthony cumia. Or Anthony cormier he and Jason Leopold or the authors of this blockbuster story, and there he is talking about the. The report and he said it was a longtime coming. It's it's filled with lots of documents, and then to sources within law enforcement, he called them rock solid. And he uses that phrase that the phrase more than once rock-solid. These guys are rock solid. Now rock-solid in the story amounts to no backup information. So I noticed people like Mollie Hemingway saying, wow, if this were true, if the headline were true that the president directed his attorney to lie and there's proof of it. That would be big. That'd be big news. She doubts that is the case why because she read the story just like I did. And these rock-solid guys we don't know who they are who's rock solid anymore. Guys. Can you give me some rock solid people in the law enforcement community? Maybe it's someone like James Komi rock-solid right James Comey. Head of the FBI former head of the FBI, and he's rock-solid. No, he's not rock-solid. He's a known liar. And he's a he's a a dirty player. He's a dirty cop is the president likes to call them. So no, he's not rock-solid who else is rock solid, Andrew McCabe, his deputy. At one time. And then the the head McCabe was at the head of the FBI after Komi left was he McCabe. It was the head of he was running the investigation. And he was the guy that Peter Struck was reporting to they called Mandy in their anti-trump texts. And it was in Andy's office that they had their secret meeting of the secret society, right? Which they said, oh that was tongue in cheek. You know, it was it was our fun secret society to take over the US government. So Andrew McCabe is he a rock-solid guy at one time. He was described as a rock-solid guy because you don't get to head these agencies without being rock-solid. He's not rock-solid either. He's also a dirty cop. And he's a proven liar. And had to resign. Who else Brennan? Brennan, the head of the CIA rock-solid guy. Did you see what I mean guys? There's no more rock solid players in this whole thing. Who's rock-solid Muller? We don't know. Because all we see is his big long face every once in a while on on the news, and we're left people saying that he's rock-solid the president doesn't seem to think he's rock-solid. But a lot of the guys. Say all I know Muller for years. He's rock rock-solid. I don't believe he's rock-solid 'cause I don't believe anyone's rock-solid because I believe that our intelligence services are riddled with ranked partisans, and it's over, ladies and gentlemen, the rock solid days are over and we recognize people for what they are. They're very they're very fallible people. And in this case, the more you call them rock-solid, the more they feel that day. Our immune from prosecution and that they can create secret societies. And if they can manipulate the political process through investigations, and that's what's been happening with this investigation. But see if Anthony cormier can say rock-solid, again, I am rock-solid March sourcing goes beyond the two that are on the record is one hundred percent after the individual who confirmed embarrassed by that. I'm telling you our sourcing goes beyond the two that I was able to put on the record. We were able to gather information from individuals who go that this. Well, what happened because the the one quote that I see in the article is quote, make it happen. I'll read you the context. Trump also supported a plan set up by Cohen to visit Russia during the presidential campaign in order to personally meet with President Vladimir Putin and jumpstart detailer negotiations. Now, none of that's in quotes that is the description that Anthony cormier. Gives to the situation. So the quote is. To meet with President Vladimir Putin and jumpstart the tower negotiations quote, make it happen. The sources said Trump told Cohen, so that's the only the only quote, I can find that's attributed to Trump besides one from John McCain saying he wasn't involved at all in the Michael Cohen testimony. But there's no other quotes in the article. It's interesting because people love to use. Whatever quotes they can get. But the the only quote from the president in this big smoking gun article is make it happen. And that's in reference to get some some part of the the tower project in regards to Cohen going and maybe meeting with Vladimir Putin. So to make it happen. The headline is President Trump directed. His attorney Michael Cohen to lie and the the author Anthony cormier says I am rock-solid on this. I wrote this because I know it because I confirmed it with many people. Well, what did he confirm with many people because Trump directed Michael Collins ally is his interpretation of a bunch of things that he says he's rock-solid on. But he doesn't tell us what it was what did the president tell Michael. That's what I wanna know. Because I'm holding his his list of lies from the New York Times and lies or whatever. People want to define them as being in the New York Times list of the president's lies because he's got thousands of them, and they document them in black and white. Here's the New York Times lies. I wasn't a fan of Iraq. I didn't want to go into Iraq. This is number one lie on the list that I when I first printed out the list on Nova's number one anymore. I wasn't a fan of Iraq. I didn't want to go into Iraq, quote from Donald Trump and the New York Times corrects he was for an invasion. That's based on their their take on a a radio interview. He did with Howard Stern after the invasion happened and stern said, what do you think are our boys are in Iraq? What do you think of this? And he says, I he says Ford, I guess he said, I guess I wish they got it. Right. The first time. And so that's why Donald Trump claims he was always against Iraq. He wants said, I guess in an interview after the invasion when asked if he was supporting it, and he said, I guess I hope they they didn't they wish they got it. Right. The first time, and that's a lie. So is that the kind of like you can take to the Bank New York Times. Every one of the lies in the street lies things is like that. I'll just read number two that I have on my list here. Now, the audience was the biggest ever, but this crowd was massive. He said he's talking about the inauguration day when the apparently are America's newspapers were the most concerned about whether Obama's crowd was bigger than Trump's. And then Trump send out his guy. The Sean Spicer to say it was the biggest crowd ever on all mediums. Now, the audience was the biggest ever Trump said he's talking about the audience on devices all worldwide, and he technically was right about that. Why he had to say that? I don't know. But he chose that fight. And then he said, but this crowd was massive so true. His crowd was massive who's a bunch of people out there on the lawn. And it was the biggest audience ever technically on all his device. So it's not a lie. It's a Trump way of selling his crowd. So you can say Trump is petty, but he didn't lie and the New York Times calls it a lie..
Palantir may go public, but can it turn a profit?
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by hot cloud storage. If your company is thinking about moving data storage to the cloud, then you need to think about Sabi, it's less expensive than just the maintenance on your current on premises storage. See for yourself with free unlimited storage for a month. Go to Assab dot com. Click free trial and use the offer code was Sabi. And by the Michigan economic Development Corporation when it comes to mobility, more and more businesses are turning to planet, m Michigan is home to the largest concentration of auto related engineers in the nation as well as various all road and all weather autonomous testing centers. The learn more had to planet m dot com. Planet in Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. Helen tear promises to see all crime with data. But does it work from American public media? This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Data analytics company Pailin tier is reportedly considering going public Pailin tier is the company co founded by controversial Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel, formerly of pay pal. It's named after an all seeing artifact in the Lord of the rings trilogy, and it promises police departments governments even the IRS that it can take in a huge amount of data and make a informed guesses to help track down criminals and in a secret pilot program in New Orleans, Pailin tear tech even tried to predict when crime would happen or who might be a victim. But lately, it's huge twenty billion dollar valuation is in doubt and privacy. Activists are concerned about its tactics. Let's dig into this in quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Mark Harris is a reporter who's covered Pailin tear for wired politics selling point is that can take these hundreds of data streams from old different kinds of systems that don't nobody worked together. And it can squeeze them all into this pot to come up with these insights. But that's actually really tricky because you have to understand a lot of different types of Audra, a lot of different types of software and databases and every company and every jurisdiction dustings way. Well, in one of the other things that's been speculated is that pollen tear may have actually promised cities like New Orleans or Los Angeles that it could do sort of pre crime prediction, right that it could sort of use artificial intelligence to say, oh crimes are more likely to happen here. You should direct resources that way. Yeah. It's the case that police departments want to be smarter about the way they deploy their offices and deployed their resources to question is can you do that in a way that respects people civil liberties that doesn't talk it populations minorities, perhaps a poll neighborhoods that have disproportionate amounts of policing? Even though there's plenty of crime happening. Elsewhere there's a cycle of there's been crime here in the past. So let's go there gin and. Or you can institutionalize a lot of biases and discriminations. The you know that we've seen historically in cities across America. It reminds me a little bit of the Cambridge Analytica story where they were saying look, we can use this data to micro target to such an extent that it will be like, we're psychic. We can get right inside someone's brain. And I wonder if there is a possibility that no company can do as much with mounds of data as they promise. Right. That's really true. Right. It's nice that they have success stories, but we're not seeing the day today work with not seeing how useful it is for officers, and some of the emails that I've seen, you know, found that some people using the thought it was path other people, you know, had struggled with it and struggle to get it usable by them and to give them useful results in their work. So you're right Parenti has this mystique of having trouble the intelligence agencies. They have a grey attractive background. They sound like a an interesting company to have that sort of technology working in your organization into the truth of it is can you actually see whether it pays for itself. I haven't seen those data it's entirely possible. And if they go public, which they're planning to do in the next couple of years, then we'll have a lot more visibility into what they're doing. Mark Harris wrote about Pailin tear in wired this month, you can find a link to that story at our website. Marketplace tech dot org. And now for some related links literally related this time. First of all, you have to read the Wall Street Journal story from the other day about pollen tear, and it's and possible problems with its business plan if only for the description of Pailin, tears, the Alex carp his beanies, but Varian farmhouse tied cheese swords loud German phone calls and how he describes Pailin tear as a quote colony of artists, but plenty of people find surveillance software. Neither Corky nor artistic last month. Several immigrant rights groups put out a report accusing Pailin tear along with Amazon and bay area company called forensic logic. Which does predictive crime analysis of helping the Trump administration excessively target immigrants for jail or deportation? Amazon you may have heard has been selling facial recognition technology to law enforcement agencies. The software is called recognition spelled with a creepy. K instead of a sif. In may the ACLU ran a test of the system and found that it accidentally match twenty eight members of congress with mugshots of other people. Amazon said it was mis calibrated last month and anonymous Amazon employee wrote a medium post saying that four hundred fifty employees inside the company had signed a letter to Jeff Bezos asking the company to stop selling the recognition software to law enforcement and actually to kick Pailin tear off of Amazon web services. What a tangled web of surveillance. We we've happy weekends everyone. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is APN. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the Michigan economic Development Corporation. Our world is becoming more hands free. 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Game night @pop.in
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. What did you could play games? Like people used to do back in the thirties and forties in parlors online in an app. That's the idea of the pop is doing it's falling into came night. Alex Kruglov who is the founder of pop is going to tell everybody all about it today. Alex what's going on? Thanks for having me Jefferson. We take together the concept of going to France house and playing fun games. Like board games card games dice games. And we merging together with something that feels a little bit more like a game show on television. And you do all of this from your mobile devices, your iphone or your Android device? So you play with other people online video in front of an audience that plays along and people from the audience gets to play in the next round and the winners get prizes. So what made you decided to do this? Well, there there are two two different parts. I we have always been committed to this idea of people connecting with other people in a more human way in a way that isn't consistent with how it's otherwise done on social media. And when people are together on video, they have an ability to to get to know each other a little bit better. But when they have this excuse to be together to play games the fun of the game play allows for connections. That's really special. So let's go through the logistics. You download the pop inap-. And then that's right. The pop nap is available on both Android you. Download the app and every single gay. There are hosted game nights. They're hosted by a variety of different hosts and you'll see that they're listed. So you you select the ones that you are available to go to and you click a button says I want to end which means the centrally registered to go you then get an alert when when the game night opens. You go in there. People get selected to play on stage by the host, and and somebody wins there's always a single winner who wins the prizes. And then typically typical game night has two games. The the second game is played by the people who have been playing in the audience and have done the best amongst the audience, and then it's just rinse and repeat. What are the topics? What are the games the first game that we introduce this called liar's dice? It's a game. That's been around for a few hundred years. It's it's played all over north and South America and easiest way to describe lies is it's kind of like poker, but with dice. Oh, a lot simpler, the majority of the people who have been playing in our app during our test period were not familiar with the game. And they usually figure it out within within the first game or two. What's interesting about liar's dice? It's kind of like Pia no guitar in that it's very very easy to figure out how to play it. But it's very very hard to master. So the more people play the better, they get what's her the questions. Well, it's it's a it's a game of bluffing. So everybody gets a hand of dice. And the simple rules are that you're trying to figure out how many of a certain dice. Are there shared amongst the other players? So you know, what you have? But you don't know what they have. And that's and that's the game of bluffing. So you go around and you keep upping each other's bid. Then somebody call somebody else Aligarh a which point at which point the the days the dice are revealed and somebody loses their dice, and then the person without any dice at the end of the game wins. What's what's special about the game? Is that it's simple to play and allows people to come up with all kinds of Corky way to interact with each other to bluff to potentially be honest. And as a way of kind of radical transparency as a way of winning and over and over again, we're seeing different people play and create a really positive experience both for each other. And for the audience to check it out you download the the the pop in app. And then you look every night for a game. Exactly every night. There's at least one game night most most nights have multiple game nights. And then once a week is what we what we have is what we call it golden game night. Golden game nights have much higher much bigger prizes for those people out there who have more questions for Alex how they find you. I'm I'm definitely around in the app in. It's very easy to get hold of me there or you can just Email me Alex at pop that in. I'm also on Twitter at eight Kruglov, Alex Kruglov. Thank you so much. You've been listening to talking tech. 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"corky" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And then after the news, we can get that. Nice. Long segment have lots of time to answer your questions Corky. IRA rules. You have never heard of jober. Yeah. There are some rules out there that very few people are aware of but a certified financial planner's we start at try to stay on top of these things and one of the. Things that I found was most interesting there's limitations as we talked in the first segment about how much you can put into your IRA 4._0._1._K, whether it's a tax deduction pretax or it's a Roth, however, military death benefits military death benefits can be entirely contributed to a Roth IRA with low. No, limitations. So if you have a military death benefit what they call the servicemembers group life insurance S G L I S M G L I. You can put all of that into a Roth. There's no income limitations. You get a quarter of a million dollars of service person dies and the family. Inheritance money can be because it's tax free to begin with. Right. You're going to get that they could in some cases, and you spend some of it. But whatever they don't spend. They can take that entire amount and roll it into a Roth IRA let it grow for them on a totally tax-free basis. And I think that's great. I think it is great to are. They are they terrific the other thing that that I found that was interesting was that inherited IRA's inherited IRA's cannot be converted into an inherited Roth IRA's it is what it is. You can't take an inherited IRA and converted into an inherited Roth IRA you can cash it out. And then and then you probably can't do that. Either. Forget was going with that. I have a stupid question. There's this this thing as stupid question inherited IRA is that something I inherited or is there a specific product. Called an inherited IRA. It's something it's an IRA that you inherited. Okay. So it's a traditional IRA than I inherited. Correct. It's not a specific program or specific product that is designed to be inherited. Correct. Okay. It's something where you are named that where you are named the beneficiary, and if your spouse, you can continue the tax deferral. However, if you're a non spouse person, what you don't want to do this mistake that we see sometimes people walk in the office. Well, you just got the check. I just inherited this IRA cashed it out. Now, I want to roll it over you just blew the whole thing up. Exactly. It's gotta be a direct transfer from the existing custodian to a new custodian, and what you do you set it up as what's called an inherited IRA, and then you make withdrawals over your life expectancy. You don't have to cash it out. You can take the money out or anytime you want and pay taxes on it. However, if you heritage that you inherited the money, you can roll inherited the IRA, you can do a direct transfer custodian 'cause to custodian in continue the tax deferral on it. So these things when you're talking about IRAs, you have to be careful because once the cats out of the bag, and you got that check. It's you can't go back and reverse it. He does get a little tricky and with Roth IRA's, and I'm starting to lose my notice. Gotcha. Gotcha. Okay. You sound sexy? That mean? With Roth inherited Roth IRA is you have to take mandatory distributions. Yes. Yes. Yes. That's correct. That's good point with inherited authorize. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. It's okay. Denise it's the I'm all choked up, the how great the weather is. It's true. It's true. It's just so gorgeous out. You.
"corky" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And welcome back Corky in Hilton New York Corky. What's on your mind today? Yeah. I used to hate public. And now, I feel really sorry for them. Can't even. Hey, pack that they have through provable likes about this guy. And they still support them. All they want to believe those lies court. They're very comforting. Is they want to believe those lies? They're very comforting lies. You know, it's it's Donald Trump and Fox News have created an alternative reality. In fact, they've created an alternative America that never existed where everything was wonderful and everybody had a job, and you know. Women stayed home and raised the kids and dad went off to work. And and you know, yeah. That sort of existed for a smallpo- for a portion of our population further large portion of our population, but almost exclusively a white portion of our population, but they essentially reinvented this mythic past which is something that every fascist always does. And then campaigned on we're going to take you back to that. That's the essence of make America great again. And that and now Trump is running around doing these maggot rallies where where you know, he's he's repeating these lies, and he's repeating this this mythology this mythos, which is the exact same very similar myth Batholomew to the one that Hitler talked about about when Germany was great. You know, we need to restore German greatness that was his phrase Hitler's phrase and restore German greatness or make America great again. What's the difference between the two? What he's remind me do all vice jobs where they got the people standing around the back of the wagon where the snake sales has been doing these pitch. Yeah. Yeah. He can't prove anything by selling. Everybody on the bio will care everything tip. That's Donald Trump's snake oil salesman extraordinaire, Marty well said that or excuse me Corky. Well said and and and spot on Michael in Westerville Ohio, Michael what's up? Hi, Tom, great show from the very beginning with this thing about Nazi Germany and how that'll came about. And how we seem to be unparalleled pass day, really scary. But as you stated many times, there's many factors that give us where we are today. But the major problem is the fact that two things money politics and corporations with constitutional rights and the only way to make a viable changes through this amendment. So as you know, move to amend started in twenty eleven and we've been working to get people to support this ever since. There's only one large group of people. I think with enough numbers that could potentially form a unified body to push this through for systemic change. And they would have to come together behind one issue, and that is communities of faith, and since two thousand thirteen we created the interfaith caucus of moved to amend within move to amend we've been focusing on one issue is climate change. Because the vast majority of faith believed that their stewards of creation and the way to make systemic changes to pass the amendment. So that we can oblige the fossil fuel a meal of meat industry's to adhere to reasonable rules and regulations, right? And climate change is being driven by the profit motive, which is being upheld by corporations having person who'd writes in money, having free speech rights. They're all they're all the same. Yeah. But Stewart's believe them. I'm sorry. Faith communities as stewards creation can come together to push for this.
Daily Nerd Brief
"Hey, listen. Not with me nerds this toy from talk nerdy to me bringing you all the nerdy news that is fit to know on this Thursday, September, thirteenth. I'll kick right off with ugly dolls on remember those those fitting name. They were very, very ugly dolls, real popular back in early two, thousands, they are getting their own TV share are actually they're getting their own movie that will be followed by TV series. The movies have Wanda Sykes and gave her a glaciologist is to the main voice actors. They're also have Kelly, Clarkson, Nick, Jonas impeccable. So the voice town on this thing is just crazy. So many popular voice actors. I shouldn't say it was a popular people to be the voices on these things. Ugly dolls is supposed to come out daters on may tenth of twenty nineteen. I know I will say any date for the series TV series says it's in production. There are two kids animated series. So here we go going to be on the premium streaming service who. Lou. By Hasbro has rose getting into supporting other toys through movies and TV series. So you'll get to hear Wanda Sykes. Gabriel glaciologist being voices on ugly dolls. The Coen brothers. If you're big fan of Cohen, brothers and I, I am. They have a new project out their ballot. BUSTER Scruggs is kinda stranger is going to be out in theaters, but it's also on the member sixteenth. It's also going to be on Netflix streaming services. Same time in the break it down into six different. Short stories. I guess the whole thing is a little over an hour, our little two hours long. I think two hours twelve minutes to be exact. So you got some big name actors in this also talking about James Franco burning Gleason, Liam Niessen, Clancy Brown, Stephen root. These are some really good actors and the Coen brothers. I love their stuff is their movies are always really Corky with interesting characters. So. November sixteenth will build new, select theaters or on Netflix. I think most people in the world probably have a Netflix account or they're using their friends account by this time. So everybody should be able to see this new Cohen, brothers project, the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs. All right. Warner Brothers tried to break the internet yesterday by. Teasing that can recap will might be out as superman. It was really cryptic. The stuff they posted even Henry Cavill was kind of cryptic in his post. He made a post with wearing the crypto Nghien lifting team shirt. Didn't say whether or not he was in or out his rep. Henry Cavill rep is saying, hey, the Cape is stillness closet. Take deaf or whatever you want it to mean doesn't defend, say one way or the other. If he is still going to be superman. So we will see, hopefully sometime today they're gonna. Let us know is he end is the out and if he's out, are they going to start replacing the other Justice league characters? I, I would. I would imagine Gail does probably end up for the long haul, but we will find Henry Cavill. All he said was today was exciting with the hashtag superman. So we may see a new superman. We may not. We don't know. They have not have not told us one way or the other yet they're just leaving. I don't know if they're doing this to gain interest in superman, or if they're just shy test the waters to see people care one way or the other Warner Brothers. Stop leaving us on the line. Let us know one way or the other. Okay. I've been telling you guys about these streaming services, the DC universe streaming app. It went live a few few days early. And I'm looking at some of the, you know what people have said about overall, it's they. They've been pretty happy with from what I can tell. It's going to be seven, nine nine a month. They all their movies, cartoons and stuff like that is on there. It looks like they're still working on the comic book side. They have a lot of the complex up there, not all of them, but you know, they did launch a few days early. Maybe they're still working on that.
Karen and Georgia cover the murder of BBC reporter Jill Dando
"April twenty-sixth. Nineteen ninety nine. It's a rare day off for Joe. She wakes up at Alan's house. She doesn't live there officially her house on the market, but she stays most nights with Allen, and he lives in Chizik which is in London, and she left around seven or eight to run some errands. She feels upper guesting. She goes to the market and of course in London there but a everywhere. So they can kind of track where she goes. And then she heads back to her house around eleven thirty in the morning to grab some crap parks car on the street, which I'm sure I was thinking about, like even when you're a fucking famous newscaster you don't have parking in London. That's just how life is they don't. They just don't have it sucks. And then she walks towards her front door, her little Victorian terraced home. So it's essentially just like a block of these cute British houses. It's like this little two story, Victorian era with a little gate at the front, a tiny little. Patio yard kind of thing. So fifteen minutes later, a passing neighbor named Helen Dogo who was on she was friendly with Joel. She saw jails car was there. So she's walking by jill's house and she looks over to be like, what's up? How are you? Whatever. So she looks over and into jill's yard as she's passing by and notices that the walkway by the door Djilas slumped against her door frame, and Helen sees blood pooling around her and Helen notices so much blood that initially she thought Jill had been stabbed and based on what she could see, which wasn't too far up the walkway. She concludes at jobs already dead, whoa. So she does. She's must be into true crime because she's like, I don't want to disturb the crime scene yet. She sees that the gate is closed, which is weird. And so she doesn't go in. She calls -mergency services right away. Let's them know what's going on. Let some who the victim is. Police arrive at the scene soon after and jill's body is airlifted to the hospital. So it's determined that Jill associated walked per walkway and reaches into her bag to grab her house keys. When at that moment someone approaches her from behind forces her to her knees and shot a single bullet at her left temple just behind her ear, execution style in broad fucking daylight. Eleven thirty in the morning and this like busy neighborhood. Yep. Execution-style shoots one of the most famous news casters in London, England, excuse me. She's a Jill down officially pronounced dead at one three PM. So forensic investigators swept the scene for evidence. They didn't find anything except for a single bullet casing. It was the type that came from a rare nine millimeter semi automatic Browning pistol and Judah strain in nature of the casing. It had like some scratches and some weird stuff on it. Investigators, the killer had like fucked with the gun to make it different somehow, and again was never found and that they had made the gun ultra the gun specifically for that murder. So whatever what followed is one of the largest and most expensive police investigations ever to take place in Britain. So Jill Dana's neighbor, Richard Hughes. So they had no evidence at all. The only thing they can do is get I witness testimony. They the neighbor, Richard Hughes described how he so he had heard a woman scream. He said it sounded more like the woman had been surprised, not scared. He said it looked gouge room window and saw a man between thirty and forty years old and an average height and moving briskly towards full him palace road and see TV footage shows a speeding blue Range Rover right after the murder and a similar car seen parked illegally on Jill St. that morning. There's also a photo of a well-dressed man sweating at a bus stop on his cell phone, near the murder scene shortly after the shooting as well. But outside of these sightings which are so random and might have nothing to fucking do with murder, police aren't able to find any other reliable witness accounts.
"corky" Discussed on WDRC
"Alleviate stress sleeping's important proper. Medication when needed important and proper diet is important as well if you. Follow, all of those? And you can put, your head on the pillow every night Corky and say, you know what I've done everything we can. And when I do have to say that final goodbye. To my best friend it's. Only. For a temporary period of time we will in fact. Meet again, when we crossed, that rainbow, break great call by the way Corky are you know why wouldn't let me do. This let me put you on hold and I'm also going to send Corky yeah you know what I'll let Corky sorry I don't. Give it a lot of this away today but let's send Corky some hugs and kisses vitamin mineral supplementaries to for his bloodhound grape breeder dark thank you. For great call Corky I'm such a, big fan of hair depending on you Amount of wrinkles a. Lot. Of people don't understand that when you're working with bloodhounds The descent yeah there are certain dogs that are there air trackers smy specialties. I can talk about it and other dogs that are ground trackers with the. Bloodhound they're able to the descent kind of stays. A little bit in the wrinkles so, therefore that centers easier for them to follow but, once they get on the trail let me tell you once they're. On a trial they, just go and go and. Go, and go just amazing dogs all. Dogs are amazing but it's a great question. I? We've got an anti summit spiritual that can have a better answer than me why? Why is it bad that we only? Have for, such a short period of time why is it that. That our dogs I mean. Let's say certain parents lived to be sixty seventy eighty some of the larger macaws, but, why, is it. That our dogs and. Some of the big breeds at eight nine ten eleven years old We. Love we adore them but. It's so sad so hard to say goodbye to them I wish they'd be around, forever, and, ever and ever.
Ex-wrestlers say Rep. Jordan knew of alleged Ohio State abuse
"The lawyer for adult film stars stormy daniels has he could challenge president trump in the twenty twenty election on twitter michael albany said he would enter the race if trump runs for reelection and there's no other candidate that has a real chance of beating him he added that he loves this country and its values too much to sit by while they're destroyed stormy daniels is suing trump to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement that she signed reportedly keep quiet about an affair that she claims she had with trump daniels has paid one hundred and thirty thousand dollars in exchange for her silence congressman jim jordan is denying reports he did nothing to stop sexual abuse when he was a wrestling coach at ohio state university nbc's corky sha moscow interviewed several wrestlers for the story they're saying that it was common knowledge that this doctor was going after the wrestlers that was common knowledge that he was he would take showers with the team and they talked about in all the time they complained to the congressman who was who was the assistant coach the ohio republican was an assistant wrestling coach at the university from nineteen eighty six to nine nineteen ninetyfour george spokesman says he never saw any abuse and never heard about any abuse while he was at the school the university is investigating allegations of abuse by dr richard strauss dating back to the mid nineteen seventy s strauss died in two thousand five the united states will be one of the only places worldwide missing out on the longest total lunar eclipse of the century the eclipse on july twenty seventh will be visible across most of europe asia australia africa south america and the middle east astronomers say the earth's shadow will cover the moon for nearly two hours during the lunar eclipse and the moon will appear red when the eclipse begins to recede unlike a solar eclipse it's perfectly safe to look at a lunar eclipse an actress scarlett johansson is getting flak for her upcoming role as a transgender man the actresses starring in a new film about dante techs gill a female who identified as a man while running a massage parlor in the nineteen seventies and eighties you'll hansen said in a.
"corky" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I x chicago i'm violeta podrumedic in wgn traffic central to those nasdaq numbers now nasdaq finished the day up fifty seven point seven thousand five hundred and sixty seven nasdaq and sp five hundred goal corky romano oh man corky romano that i've seen some keys where he's dressed up like the girl scout this i recently just saw things you courtney romano you watch the whole thing i think it was on this i see chris catanzaro larry so stupid as hell but it made me laugh because he asked me laugh it made no sense woman was a police officer something falls in love with them yeah right yeah but he's funny that's the that's the thing i watch chris catan do anything i think chris catan hysterical and i thought he was so good on i think he's i think he's one of those guys from snl that was underrated i think his work on us an historic historically is underrated he did great work on that show he was larry's court you were motto i remember i saw the first day it came out man i was so excited i went to the river north over there in western in the kennedy was it friday morning at like eleven i'm the first in line by the first ticket for corky romano how many people were behind you for oh my my girlfriend at the time it was thrilled she was really thrilled nncholas go see corky romano right now.
"corky" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Corky thanks for watching free speech tv your thoughts oh yeah i those three hostages we got back they wear three they probably cost about three billion dollars because a billionaire that was one item i wanted to talk about the other is trump just wants to be loved i loved as a child and he'll take any kind of even if it's from just started get cater i think there's a lot of truths that actually corky but but i think that he also has to be loved by the americans i mean you know it's it's he wants he wants the american people to love him so he's he's doing he's staging he's running this reality show and he's staging these stunts in a way that make him look good i got an email this morning in fact i should have printed out and read it to y'all you know from the trump campaign raising money for the two thousand twenty election they're sending these things out every day or every other day at the very least and this one was hey it's been five hundred days and here's what we've accomplished you know we cut taxes and and we're we're making the world safer with north korea and blahdy blahdy blah they had this list and you know he he wants to be reelected he wants to be loved i mean he's i think he has grown as addicted to the power of the office of the presidency as he was to the power of being a billionaire real estate developer or at least perceived as one in new york city yeah he talks about those each is over in north korea he wants to set up us to be responsible for that productivity and economic success of north korea may may well be it may may well be we'll see how this goes corky thanks for the call in nancy glow pennsylvania hey louise what's up okay.
"corky" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Let the police will tell you what they always tell you show us your hands make sure there's nothing i mean the the gentleman stefan clark who just got murdered in his grandmother's backyard in sacramento devan corky at a cell phone in his hand all everybody holds their phone for crying out loud you know i really hope that goes somewhere what we need is for the law to change and that's going to be very difficult because the courts have very propolice the public at least the white portion of the bubbly very propolice and if we start holding police accountable it's going to create a political backlash and people are gonna say all these liberal judges are second guessing the police we need rose my thought is we need to figure out a way to convince the public to convince white people especially that there's a problem with the police and until we can do that we're not going anywhere because as long as there's popular political support for police the lawn courts are going to be following that and we've got to somehow convince white people that that the police treat african americans and latinos friendly they do and because there are a lot of white people tell you the same story that i do you are my interactions with the cops have been no problem at all the visible service the one and only municipal service that the african american community receives an abundance is policing they don't receive anything else right the the garbage the garbage collection is lacking right the street cleaning is lacking social services of all kinds of lacking the one municipal service that is in the african american communities in abundance is policing 'cause we gotta keep these restive negroes under control there's an there's an attitude amongst police that there is like the guy called me up this is where the crime is.
"corky" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"So let everybody know what aperture priority is if they don't know what the so what aperture priority is is your camera is deciding for you what your shutter speed is when you have set your aperture at your desired f stop so i like to keep mine welt depending again depending on the day if it's a dark dank day i might be down like two point eight or three maybe sometimes even like four maybe a five at five but then if it's bright and sunny i might be maybe f eight so and then from there i want the camera to decide what my shutter speed is really so that i'm making sure that i'm paying attention to the game not the dials on my camera because things happen in the in a fraction of a second when your your kid is on your side of the field and that ball comes past him and he passes it up for the cross and then going forward comes in and then scores and so yeah my kid just got an assist that happens in a fraction of a second so i wanna make sure that i'm focusing on that in not on the dials on my backside of my camera so what do you think the your average shutter speed is in that situation then because for me i would i would go if i was going to do the priority thing every go shutter priority instead so i know that at least i have fast shudder i know but would you okay well i don't know maybe that would work but i'd say my shudder probably averages eight hundred thirty thousand is probably about about the average i can i can live with that and you know when corky in the seahawk photographer was on he kind of talked a little bit about that to how things happened so quickly but it's really hard to like who i got to change this team saudi said just camera drive you've got all these fancy settings use them pay attention to your game.
"corky" Discussed on WLAC
"People i don't know if it's just a if the effects their life they don't wanna do it or they it feels weird i mean libertarian party certainly doesn't help itself with some of the candidates at runs because you only there they can be a ted corky italian on take the quirky ones as long as our actually libertarians yeah gary johnson had no nothing to do he had nothing little richard libertarian party no at least at least not on paul had something to do with libertarians and he ran as a republican area that's the issue i mean it's part of it i think part of it is i mean look at you know we heard of this all the time during the election which was in us binary choice i think that's on ninety nine percent of people look at it it's them you have choice a or choice b pick the best and had high look i on okay so choice a is republican or democrat what's choice b right is that really what a what it is i mean come on were borrowing a trillion dollars we have a one point five trillion dollars suggested stupid stimulus package a republican president said we'll do three trillion dollars in spending in his state of the union address while we cut taxes what the hell why don't need a democrat well i've got that party that you get the cut taxes i guess right i mean this bandages and where there's been some good policy developments that we've we've talked about at length but you know it say for another movement to actually develop it i eat you'd have to have people come next thing with the fundamental principles and i don't think this that's what they do i think at this point it's like you know i was it was eagles versus patriots i didn't care how the eagle i don't care if they ran it or they threw it i didn't care if they if they want it with a defensive struggle or a out i just wanted them to win yeah and a shoot out and it's a it's a it's a soldier source term i was sick well it's the eagle's i thought maybe they're nice of you know israeli occasionally shouted yes players it's all of the fans and this ends.
"corky" Discussed on The Watch
"You know all these different channels and places they all wanna kinda put their spin on it and i think what appealed to me about youtube red was they just got it right away like we they they had seen the old videos that we shot for funny your diet and they just kind of knew exactly what they were going to get and they are excited about getting comedy people to come to you youtube that wouldn't normally via we're not i'm not a youtube fucking insane i've never done anything on youtube so they're excited about getting like outside people that the to come and do something on youtube and so yes so so they they didn't alter the the tone of it at all rayo whereas i think other places might have been like well on all known it seems a little crazy with it was something like this yeah what if okay every now and then he finds that the body but what if he's like our rapporteur yet with her sentence 80s their neighbors that the gobert on what would that movies theory that you have which i really really like de any you've been in bailout you've been in the house like you you'd you've spree consistently stayed in features play have you ever been a part of the eighth necessarily creative process the pitching process of a feature idea and felt that pressure and felt that like look you're not really like unless you can bring us like neighbors on a platter like were not really in the business of buying comedies that are kind of like corky and yet well you mean have i like pitch movies that were just like in the end being part of like a group of people who are trying to get a movie made and it's like oh man like we have lots to do this feature but like we have to the rock has to be in it yeah well that's definitely happens you know like i think.
"corky" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Let's get the very latest down from traffic on the threes and davidson rhody thank you mike on the tobin northbound is obree a report three car crew crash one of which was reportedly flipped over making things very heavy on the tobin bridge we'll keep you posted on that situation i'm david sadr only with wbz's traffic on the threes check back with you in just a couple of minutes david will the boston water frozen seaport district of buzzed today is the tall ships or import more than fifty of the justice sailing vessels sailed into the harbour yesterday in the parade of sale today they're open to the public for tours wbz's bed parker met up with some awaited to get on board but they say it was worth the way porky and her granddaughter plo east back sunday afternoon exploring suburb at dozens of paul ships but corky this is old hat i love that probably my third time coming in to say them thailand hips but i'd like me went on one from canada and the best part was like the galley and everything was right in the men only gonna get to sit down and bang on the table at my grandson so a beside behind me i just disheveled may i ask for ten year old chloe attor first time on a tall shared but it is a bit crowded down here for a 10yearold girl your a lot of people here how we're going to get tough it's crazy it just crazy whichever good crime network important right all the boston waterfront ben parter wbz news radio ten thirty wbz's you sponsor for sale boston checkout sale boston dot com for the sale boston app for details on all the activities between now and thursday when the tall ships sale out of boston.