35 Burst results for "Dean"
Danielle Joins Dinesh to Talk About a Controversy at Yale Law School
"So Danielle, let's talk a little bit about this business, Yale law school, a prominent judge, James hole, says I'm not going to hire any more clerks from Yale law school because they're regularly suppressing free speech. In fact, there was an event in which a conservative speaker. This is Christian Wagner of the alliance defending freedom. Was there to speak at Yale? The students began to shout and scream and prevent her from speaking. There was a dean of Yale in the audience who did nothing even to ask them to quiet down and then later the dean of the law school, this has had the gherkin said no action would be taken against any of the students. And so this judge has mentioned that incident and others and he goes, listen, you know, I don't really want to punish the students, but I want to punish Yale. I like what he says, you know, he goes, I don't want to cancel Yale. I want Yale to stop canceling people like me. So, and now if it was just him, it'd be one thing, but other judges have joined in and Yale is having a freak out. Yeah, that is good because Yale should not be able to get away with this. And the reason they get away with it is because people continue to hire them. That's the main reason these students want to go to schools like this and so that they get these Supreme Court clerkships and so that they get good jobs afterwards. So if more judges like him say we don't want to hire these students, these graduates, then Yale is not going to like that because they will not be able to supply those jobs for some of those students. So if other judges are doing the same thing, that will hurt Yale overall.
President Donald Trump Is Back on Twitter
"But I found this interesting Jim found this Apparently it's not really one of Jim's dark web things but he was kind of fishing around and some shady website like he's always doing He was doing it at the Cabana and there were people I was like dude dude we can't do that here This is only work related stuff I don't even know in the hotel Wi-Fi but apparently Donald Trump gave some statement about coming back to Twitter I hadn't heard It's pretty funny and very trumpy and so Jim if you play that check this out Okay it's good to be back Let's see what we're going to do first to eat at speaker Pelosi You're fired PS tell Paul He doesn't look good in his underwear We saw the body cam it's horrible thing We don't want to get suspended off the bat at Rosie O'Donnell You're still a disgusting animal both inside and out It's true Now let's not waste a good one at said Warren I am more Indian than you Hashtag Pocahontas no wait no wait I got it I get it I'm back I had not heard this statement It did not get picked up Fact check ours Fact checkers we're kidding Bill dean McCarthy stop wedding your diaper Hold it in buddy Hold it in What's is it Jacob Reyes calm down yakub calm down That's a joke That is non fact Donald Trump Even though the voice is made that is our friend Sean farris That is on his Twitter account He is by far the single best Trump voice imitator I've ever heard
Reaching the Middle East Through Armenia With Missionary Jacob Pursely
"My name is Jacob personally, I'm from northwest Arkansas. And but that's not the extent of your ministry or your work. You spend a lot of time in a far off distant land that people need to learn more about Armenia. That's true. Yeah, I spent 15 years in turkey, and then I've been the last 5 years in the country of Armenia. What work do you do there? So in Armenia, our main job is my main work is to mobilize. It's very similar to you, I mobilize people, young people, and the church is there to love their neighbors as Jesus taught us to. We need to love our neighbors as ourselves. And one of the ways we can do that is by taking Christian faith to Muslims. So it's really a lot of missions work, so I mobilize. I speak in front of audiences, and then we equip them, mobilize them, I'm a dean of a university for doing this type of work. And then we send them to the surrounding Muslim nations so that they can declare the gospel and plant new churches.
Last Night's Big Winners
"Welcome back. I'm Hugh Hewitt, I don't know what happened, so let's talk to somebody who will. Michael baron, the dean of American political analyst joins us this morning. Good morning, Michael. Hey, good morning. How are you doing, kid? I'm disappointed, but then again, I've been worse. I've been better and I've been worse. Tell us what happened, Michael. Well, did you deliver trumbull county for JD Vance? I did. We worked hard on that. And JD won fairly comfortable. Mike dewine delivered for JD Vance. That's what happened there. Well, I'll tell you what I think happened. I think that what we saw was American voters repudiated the last of the two most recent American press Donald Trump. And Joe Biden, the Democrats lost the House majority. They've gone from 235 seats when Biden was the anointed nominee down towards two 11 or lower. It looks to me like the Republicans will get a majority in the Senate, but a bare majority. And I think they repudiated Donald Trump. I mean, you saw what happened to the Trump or the Trump backed Senate candidates underperformed that people who put money in for the primaries and publicity and then didn't put any money into the general election. Blake masters seems to be behind in Arizona, state that Republicans won every Senate race from 1992 to 2016. You have men that are lost in Pennsylvania where the other candidate Dave McCormick would have probably won against a guy who was incapable of debating. I think he had them wax out will come through in Nevada. But it's he had a previous history prior to Trump. And JD Vance won in Ohio a state that Trump carried by 8 points. He seems to have carried it by 7, which suggests something in the nature of a declining appeal and he ran 9 points behind governor Mike dewine. So, yeah, I think that, you know, the big winner, Ron DeSantis.
How to read your social media feeds on Election Day
"U.S. voters who rely on Twitter TikTok Facebook and other platforms to learn about election results may wind up encountering misinformation There's a lot of useful information on social media but it is still like the wild wild west on some sites And the dean of the annenberg school for communication says the Internet allows people to create their own evidence from scratch and then spread it to millions of others In Georgia two years ago there was a water leak and a ballot counting site that triggered rumors of ballot rigging in Arizona officials giving voters a choice of pens set off unfounded suspicions Tips for vetting election information include using official sites and remembering that election rules can vary from state to state I'm Jackie Quinn
Christopher Reeve Was the Perfect Superman
"Good how perfect a moment of casting was Christopher Reeve a Superman. To me what makes Superman Superman is the distinction between Clark Kent and Superman and Clark Kent to me is a kind of persona that this man puts on to seem fumbling to seem shy to seem nerdy so that people don't recognize that he's actually Superman. He can do his job as a reporter and then he can turn into Superman when he needs to. If you take away the nerdiness from Clark Kent, it's no longer Clark Kent. And I think that actually the great dean Cain was the one who kind of created the cool Clark Kent. And it's not his fault. I love dean Cain. Steve Kate Kane is great, but Lois and Clark is a different metier to use the phrase. Absolutely, but he was so dang cool in that show that they kind of change Clark Kent forever to be cool. And Clark Kent should not be cool. All the nerds in the world who want to look up to a superhero can no longer do so with Superman and I think the popularity of Superman waned after that show because Clark Kent was no longer nerdy. But Christopher Reeve was so beautifully able to both create a Superman that seemed very cool and strong and confident and a nerdy weak Clark Kent and just the way he tries to get into the elevator in that first film. A date from Lois and he's like, oh gosh, gee whiz. I tried to get the excuse me. Trying to get the elevator. I just, it's so perfect. He's so perfect.
Paul Ryan: Republicans Are Likely to Win the White House Without Trump
"Going to want to win so badly. We're going to want to beat Biden and the Democrats in 2024 that we won't nominate Trump because we want to win that new swing voter in American politics is the suburban voter. And it's really clear the suburban voter doesn't like Trump, but they like Republicans. So I think anybody not named Trump I think is so much more likely to win The White House for us and sort of like what the Democrats did. What they went from dean to John Kerry in O four, they went from Bernie to Hillary in 16. They went from Bernie and Elizabeth Warren to Joe Biden to win in 2020. I think the same thing is going to be for us. We're going to want to win The White House so badly and beat the Democrats and we know we're so much more likely to lose with Trump because of the fact that he's not popular with suburban voters that we're going to want to win. And that's why I think we got a great stable of candidates. Any of whom are really capable of not just getting the nomination, but winning the general. All right, there you go, folks. That's Paul Ryan former Speaker of the House on Fox business network, and it looks as though Fox is going to be populating its airwaves at least on the news side with the anti Trump forces.
Nottingham Forest shocks Liverpool in 1-0 win
"Nottingham Forest had been last in the Premier League before pulling off a stunning one nil win against Liverpool One time Liverpool product Taiwan won't EA scored in the 56th minute to give forest just its second one of the season Dean Henderson preserved the win by palming away a Trent Alexander Arnold header in the final ten minutes Henderson later stopped a powerful header by Virgil van DIJK The loss comes one weekend after the reds knocked off two time defending champs Manchester City I'm Dave ferry
Liberty University's Dave Brat on the State of the U.S. Economy
"It's time to talk the truth about the economy with our good buddy former Virginia congressman dean of the business school at Liberty University, dean brat. Welcome back to America first. Great to be on. Thanks. So we've got an amazing cut. If we have time, I'll play to you from Andy puzder. But there's some fascinating news out there, BlackRock losing money, Vanguard might be in trouble. Is there something in the air that the ESG will of corporate America and investment funds may have run its course or am I being overly optimistic? Probably a hair optimistic, but they miscalculated. So who would a foresaw the decline of globalism and China cracking up? They got ghost cities, their debts, 300% of GDP. Ours is a 150. I thought that was bad. They're 300. They got locked downs of ten major cities at 30 million persons of pop. They've got bubbles all over their economy and so it's interesting, right? So BlackRock, Larry Fink, et cetera, ESG goes over there because they got a good clean environment. That's a joke. And they have good corporate governance and all that. So, you know, they use that as deploy and guilt folks in and to shame people in and to force coerce the Fortune 500 to join in. But now they miscalculated on the business. So perhaps they should have listened to their arch nemesis Milton Friedman many years ago who said the business of business is the maximization of profits and the profits have the greatest social welfare effects positive for humanity that you can imagine.
10 juvenile offenders now in area of Louisiana adult prison
"Ten young offenders from a suburban New Orleans juvenile latke plagued by violence and escapes have been transferred to the state's main adult prison I Norman hall the tint young offenders were moved from the British city center for youth to the Louisiana state penitentiary at Angola a sprawling remote maximum security prison farm north of Baton Rouge the temporary move was allowed by federal judge over the objections of criminal justice advocates and the young inmates families Each dean will have his own sale and be segregated from the adult population They will be moved back to a youth facility after renovations are completed Governor John Bel Edwards and correction officials announced the transfer of plan in July amid growing pressure from elected officials concerned about escapes I Norman hall
Professor Dave Brat: The Globalists Are Creating Armageddon
"Not a dean of any business school anywhere, but am I wrong or is the fact that we've been in two quarters of negative growth? Doesn't that mean professor bratt that we are in a recession? Yeah, well, I think you qualify the dean's spirit. I call ban in the dawn of Oxford, so I'll make you the honorary Donovan Cambridge. So you're unequivocally. I'll be a visiting fellow. How's that? I love the visiting fellow. Good. Your point. Yeah, no. It's just and I don't even call these, you know, partisan or political anything anymore. It's just the globalists implanted people on both sides of the aisle. They've been winning. They're now losing, they've created just Armageddon and almost literally, right? That was just remarks last week, financially economically, culturally, religiously, financially, spiritually, every which way, right? It's not just economic the American people across the spectrum. I think are going to revolt
NC shooting claims mom, veteran, matriarch, officer and teen
"Police in Raleigh North Carolina investigating 5 fatal shootings allegedly by 15 year old I Norman hall police say the teen killed two people in the streets and then fled toward a walking trail where he opened fire killing three more people and wounding two others The victims were of different races and ranged in age from 16 to their late 50s among them is 52 year old Nicole Connors the matriarch of her extended family Her husband Tracy Howard still finds it difficult to comprehend carnage caused by the young suspect This can't believe this can't believe it was him especially With a shotgun dean as hospitalized in critical condition police say no motive has been determined I Norman hall
Dave Bratt on the Merciless Nature of Inflation Rates
"Back with the dean of the business school at Liberty University liberty EDU. Dave brat talked to us about the merciless merciless nature of mathematics and inflation rates and what you learned when you looked at inflation in other parts of the world. Yeah, well, so the interest on the debt, you know, I want to take a look and see what the basic facts were. It shocked me. When I went out and looked and this is, this has been long running debate like we just said going back a decade or two. But I came across one stunning graph. It's at brat economic saw posted today for the crew out there. But it basically shows over the past 20, 30 years for all of Western Europe, which is the more rational, hopefully, better run economies. But even for them, if they've experienced 5% or higher inflation, it takes them on average. And I'm being very fair here. When you look at this chart, 6 to 8 to ten years to get back down to 2%. So
Dave Bratt Weighs in on Larry Summers' Latest Comments
"Out there called Larry summers who is rather outspoken when it comes to what's happened in the last year and a half in America and we have our eminence Greece when it comes to the national economy. He is the dean of the business school at Liberty University. Dave brat from a congressman from Virginia. I'd like you to react to this rather outspoken little clip from Larry summer, play cut. We basically had inflation under control for 40 years, despite the fact that the price of oil fluctuated despite the fact that there were all kinds of supply shocks. We lost the thread along with many other countries. About a year and a half ago with massively expansionary policies, relative to the size of the GDP gap, he's not backing down, Dave, I think he's going to be deported off Martha's Vineyard as well. So give us your reaction to that little clip. Yeah, well, he is a genius intellectually, right? Larry sorry, he's ahead of Harvard and the head of the World Bank for a while. All these kind of things. He's got the pedigree. He's got the brain. He can write the top journal articles and all that. But what's noticeably striking about that clip is that it's really the first time he mentioned the fiscal overreach on the stimulus. All these guys kind of wait until the obvious, right? So now the shoe has dropped. Markets are freaking out. England had Armageddon and would have had a sovereign debt crisis yesterday. If they wouldn't have weighed in on the long term, whatever they call them over there, bonds. The bonds. And so it's good he's saying it. The left still isn't saying it. He's
"dean" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"But that's just so cool. I guess I want to interview you more. But in this segment, we've just got about a minute left. What do you think viewers will take away from this film dean? You know, it's funny, and it's really apropos for what's going on right now with all the migrants coming across the border and, you know, and people are saying, you know, well, you know, that's Texas's problem or the border states problems. It's about helping others. And you can eating helping, that's what's great about telling a story is you see one person's journey and you understand that this can extrapolate to thousands of people. And it's really, I hope they take away the idea that you can possibly do something. You really can give someone a hand up, not just a handout, and that will change their life forever. And that's pretty much the meaning of life, folks, right? If it were God calls us into this world to be blesses us to be a blessing, he gives us gifts so that we can use those gifts for others. It's the only way to live, it's beautiful, but you're not typically getting that message in a lot of the culture. So let me recommend the film no vacancy starring dean Cain and we're going to we'll be back with more of the program, but you can go to Salem now dot com pre order it, Salem now dot com or no vacancy movie dot com stick around yeah down to his knees got to be a Joker he just do what he pleased. Tell me Eric, why is relief factor so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal. And I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway. And that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. Is the government the best mechanism for fighting poverty? Are there any real life examples of communities successfully combating addiction and homelessness today?.
The Age of Rebelllion
"Why did it Sullivan have Elvis Presley on? Ratings, even back then, television ratings were the God and the industry. And he was the hot recording artist. But Sullivan was nervous. And told his crew, do not photograph, do not shoot with the television camera below Presley's waist because he's writhing around in girls or screaming. So it was for the waist up when Elvis saying hound dog, it didn't matter. He was so different, so compelling, so charismatic. And the country was ready. For a different point of view. And then the age of many rebellion came in. James Dean, the greasers, the whole 60s thing that we all know. 1964, Lennon and The Beatles did the same thing over a longer period of time.
Janice Dean: Hurricane Ian Might Be One of the Most Devastating
"Fox News senior meteorologist Janice dean joining us. I'm really, really alarmed by this reaching almost category 5. I guess category 5, the threshold is a 157 mph winds. And right now, as Ian is nearing a Florida landfall, it's at a 155 miles an hour, Janice, that's like, it's almost like a massive tornado, isn't it? Yeah, I mean, you're right. It is. It doesn't even matter about the category, Mike. It can be a strong four or 5. It doesn't matter. The results are going to be exactly the same. And that is complete inundation like a bulldoze of a wall of water coming over these vulnerable coastlines. And that's really the scary part of it. And then the slow movement of the storm, you know, we're expecting a landfall later this afternoon, but then it's going to slow down. So it's going to bring inches of rain and when you're talking about 20 foot storm surge and then the high tide and the waves on top of that, it's just it's unimaginable. And so that's why I'm so concerned. I've covered a lot of hurricanes. This one might be one of the most devastating.
Janice Dean: Worst Case Scenarios for Hurricane Ian
"The worst case scenario for Southwest Florida. I will say folks in Tampa Bay, you know, they're not out of the Woods just yet, but the worst of the storm surge, which is the most deadly part of a hurricane, is really going to be between Fort Myers and Sarasota and we could see upwards of 18 feet of storm surge and obviously if you live along the coast, that's going to put homes underwater. And the category of the storm and we're almost a category 5, but it's not even relevant right now when you're talking about a storm surge of 12 to 18, even 20 feet. And then we have high tide that's moving in in the late afternoon. We're expecting the worst of the hurricane force waves and winds and surge and heavy rainfall. It really, you know, Charlie went through this area in 2004, hurricane Charlie, people that know the area, remember Charlie, but this storm is three times the size of Charlie. It will be devastating. I am, I hate to say worst case scenario, but it really is the worst case scenario in this area. And I just hope people heeded the warnings because I mean, they're using catastrophic deadly, those types of terms, the national hurricane center likes to steer clear of unless they actually know that this is a probability. So when you see those dire warnings coming in at 8 a.m., just hours before the storm makes landfall, it really takes your breath away. And I am urging people to just pray for people in Southwest Florida because this will be devastating and it will be historic.
Janice Dean: Bringing Accountability to NY Nursing Homes
"For many who may not know, but you both your husband's parents died and you just waged, I think you made a decision. I mean, you're a meteorologist and you're an accomplished experienced broadcaster, but I think you decided that you have a high enough, you know, you've got a platform where you could shine a light on this scandal and many credit you with bringing a lot of people to accountability over what happened. Well, I hope that happens. We still have to get there. There are many things going on behind the scenes that I hope to be able to tell you about in the next couple of months to do that to bring our families justice. But I think it's because I'm not a political person, Mike. You've known me for many years. I am the meteorologist. I deliver the forecast and when there's a serious storm like we have right now bearing down on Florida, I take my job really seriously. You know, I always say the red and blue. I see on a map or areas of low pressure and high pressure. And I sort of like to keep it that way, but when I realized that there was deep corruption and something that was really evil going on. And I had the ability to bring awareness to what was happening here in New York during the pandemic. I had to do it on behalf of the over 15,000 elderly that perished and were really put in harm's way.
"dean" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with? Oh, good one. First off, JD always good to be here with you. And what's up fire nation? It's a pleasure to be back. I think this is number four. So this is pretty exciting stuff. So one thing that being successful that most people wouldn't agree with, I would say, it's the first time I heard this question wasn't pre planned. So I like spontaneity. I would say that when you're successful, I think most people think you're problems go away or they get less. And I think it's the complete opposite. I think success part of success is figuring out how to solve bigger and more problems. And I don't mean that if you're on your way to another level of success, you like, damn, really. I thought this was going to go away. I think Jim rohn says, for things to get better, you have to get better, right? And I know Tony, my partner and your friend has adopted that mindset, but I think it's the same thing with being successful for you to reach another level of success. You have to be the person in the room that deals with bigger and stronger problems. And harder problems and be excited about bring them and bring them to me. Literally, if I was sitting at a table and there was ten people, and I saw that the happiest, their success, whatever success means to you, but if they were super successful in business and in life, in my head, I would be thinking to myself, wow, that person solves bigger problems than the rest of us. Well, listen, biggie says mo money, mo problems. Dean says most success mo problems. So I think you're in good company there for sure. Good company. But I want to talk about the time to thrive.
"dean" Discussed on Shitz Grim
"That was Billy ridinger. And he actually managed to escape dean thanks to Brooks who begged dean to spare the boy. Billy attended the trial and wore a paper bag over his face to conceal his identity. He appears to have been faced with some ridicule though as he, they said that he should have gone to the police sooner and he could have put an end to dean's killings a lot sooner. Yeah, and I mean, I get the argument. Well, I mean, what do you expect from a 15 year old kid? Exactly. He's a boy. He's a kid still. I mean, sure, he should know right from wrong. Yeah, I get that. But again, we have to go back to the trauma he's experiencing. And I just honestly think to sit here and lay scrutiny on this poor kid, you know, and then give him all this flack for not doing anything about it. I'm sure that's something that probably haunts him to this day, you know, if he's still around, you know, I'm sure it's still eats at him. You know, so I just think it's really hard to lay on the kid. Yeah, I don't think that it's fair to do that. To a boy at that age she yeah, yeah, okay, you know some right from wrong, but at that moment what's happening to him. He's not thinking about going to the coffee. He's thinking about I need to get the fuck out of here. I need to survive. How am I gonna get out? Exactly. You know, and then he's probably too scared to even go to the cops, and they're probably gonna even ridicule him there and be like, what are you talking about? Yeah. Or no one's gonna believe you. Or yeah. Because these are things are rather on a road of background. Exactly. So here's an update, guys. Decades later, and I mean decades fucking later. The search for dean coral's victims still have not ended. As there is a news report from November of 2021..
"dean" Discussed on Shitz Grim
"Home. Both Henley and Brooks also assisted in burying the bodies. And Henley seemed to participate more in the killings per Brooks. One of dean quarles last victims was James jamela. He was 13 years old. He was last seen writing his bicycle, and the last his parents heard of him was the day he disappeared, when he phoned in to tell them that he was going to a party across town. Now by August 8th, 1973, dean Coro had a total of 28 victims. Many of the victims were friends or acquaintances of either, guess who broke or Henry. And many were just straight up abducted by force or lured into them into coming with them. So these two fuckers were just as sick as dean coral himself. They sure were. And they too were predators. I mean, to hone in on such skill, to be able to convince random people to follow you, complete strangers. You have to have that predatory mindset, okay? So why was August 8th, 1973, the final day of dean was a day that dean Cole met his fate. So on this very day, Henley had invited Timothy curley who was then 19 years old to a party at coral's house. And as you can guess, curly was supposed to be dean quarrels next victim. When they arrived at deans, they did drugs. And drink. And then left to go get food. And Lee, to curly back to Houston heights to get his car. And then Henley ends up meeting Ronda Williams, whose age 15. And she was just beaten by her stepfather who was in a drunken stupor. Okay. And there you go. You have another damaged kid who falls into their grasp. Exactly. It's like they were magnets for this. They knew where to find these people. Anyhow, Henley, Rhonda, and curly all go back to dean croissant. Upon seeing Rhonda, dean becomes furious. And for Henley, dean claimed Henley ruined everything. Henley provided an explanation to dean about Williams and her dad's fight. And so dean seemed to calm down and of course offered everyone beer and marijuana. All three teens.
"dean" Discussed on Shitz Grim
"You see, he managed to convince David Brooks to enter sort of a business agreement with him. Promising to pay him $200 for every boy David can lure down to dean's apartment. Dean even when as far as buying David a car. A Corvette at that. A Corvette. That's not a cheap car. Oh my gosh. Yeah. Yeah, but well, oftentimes, the victims were also people, David knew. And David even went as far as getting a friend of his, also involved in this little ploy that. You know, dean corll was cooking up. See, he took his friend named Elmer Henley to go meet with dean. And dean even offered to pay Elmer. If Elmer could also assist in luring boys over to dean's apartment. Elmer managed to dismiss the temptation, though, for some time. Until, well, as you know, my guess, mentioned needs the money. His family was met with some financial hardships, so Ashley, what is a good son going to do? You're going to stand up to help your family, right? So at that point, he eventually agrees to dean's terms..
"dean" Discussed on Shitz Grim
"You know, you hear the slightest bump and you're like, holy shit. Well, this candyman, however, was not so much like the one in the movie. Excuse me. He did kill. And he did go after kids. And he did give all candy. He was a very much a real person, and a very sinister one at that. Dean corll was his name. Interestingly, his childhood on the surface didn't seem so bad. His mother and father did not really get along, of course, which is not uncommon for most marriages. His father was allegedly ex military, and was a very strict individual. And of course, he would deal off his share of justified discipline for some of the smallest things. His mom, on the other hand, was described as a loving and overprotective mother. She did marry a few more times after, but they were all failed marriages. Yeah. You know, it's surely a change considering our previous subjects that we've touched on. They all, they all, I guess you say they all seem to have this abuse of history. So any of you have followed to this point, we touched on kuklinski. The red ripper Sam little, I mean, they all, they've had some sort of traumatic past. And in this case here, I mean, you know, a lot of them got no real affection from either parent and it's looking at a dean corpus case, it's not really unlikely, even by today's standards to see strict dads while mom sent to play a more comforting and nurturing side. But interestingly, he too was described to be a very timid job, looked like kuklinski and Red River peer. Right. Right? And it wasn't really much of a social butterfly. He really didn't really socialize at all with anybody. But he did excel in school from what is reported. And it wasn't like he was really a dummy. After his mom left his biological father, you know, she ends up relocating to Tennessee and she goes on and marries another man named Jack west and about 1955. And together, dean dean's mom and Jack, they go off and they start their own business. It was a candy store called the pecan prints. Now I guess you can say this is where the formation of the candy man starts to take place. Oh, definitely. I mean, along with dean's younger brother Stanley, you know, they learned how to work and operate in the business when they were kids, you know, oftentimes working in the garage. They were there rolling candies and all that. And then years later, after dean gets older, graduates from high school, he goes off on his own for some time. Subsequently though, dean's mom and Jack, they end up leaving one another. So dean's mom relocates an opens her own candy business now,.
"dean" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"To have him, and we were happy to have him. Okay. Which, again, is the thing of James Dean, as we learn about the episode, there were two sides to everything. And because he died so young, there's so many answers we don't really have. No. What we do have is then when he did move back, there is this relationship with a minister called doctor James Dewey. It's such an appropriate name because everything you hear about this man Katie is very weird. I think the most chilling detail but the spookiest detail I've read about him, Jake, is this big shrapnel hole he's got in his chest. So he's a single man, he's a minister. He lives with his mother, he likes taking groups of boys to the gym and suggests they swim naked. Several red flags already. There's a point where he takes the young James Dean for ride in his car, lifts up his shirt to show this shrapnel wound that he has sustained in the Second World War. And in an almost Christ like way, says put your fist in my wound. Oh my gosh, that is all many different flavors of wrong right there. The wound, the first, the Christ, everything. I don't like it. But the thing, I mean, talking about the various conflicting nuances here. It seems that while the suggestion is that he was sexually abused by this methodist minister, this man was also somewhat of a mentor to him and encouraged him in James was theatrically inclined and was interested in performance and bullfighting apparently was an interest of this minister and he kind of passed that on to James. So what was going on there? Throughout James things live. Those sort of four things. So what do we have about the speed, the acting, the bullfighting sorry things? They're forever in his life. They're things that he's constantly involved with. So this guy clearly had a big effect on his life. Well, I guess there is four things because the fourth thing is also the abuse and the relationship. Right. There's a couple of lines here, Katie, as well. So this may be throws a little bit more light on this very strange, disturbing relationship. There is something that James Dean is supposed to have said to the minister doctor the weird when he was in his teens, which is, I'm evil, aren't I?.
"dean" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dean. So nice to have you both here with us. It took this new show to finally get both of you to come on the show today. Come on much sooner. Just waiting for my invitation. Just waiting for my invitation. Tanya. You know, Amy, you know I can't speak for but Tanya I know has been a little busy on Sunday mornings. The last five years or so, Yeah. Hosted five years. You, you two You've been pulling double duty out on the morning. Getting us up on our latest entertainment, New right? I think I said 50 years ago, Uh, that bozo and the rest premiered. It's actually 60 years ago in the very studio where you will premiere this new show tomorrow. Uh, it's got to be and you know what else to Dean? The funny thing is the last five years of boho were directed by Steve Novak, who will also be directing our show. I'm sorry about that. Oh, we love Steve loves we love Steve. Steve is, uh, great friend for decades. And it was producer and director of the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy telethon for which he and I and I worked very closely for decades. He produced and directed the many breast cancer specials and also specials that we did on WGN as well. So you are in very, very good hands with Steve Novick. Uh, Amy talk a little bit about what daytime Chicago was going to be. Oh, you know, we're going to do a little bit of everything I heard you mentioned earlier. Like cooking. We're gonna students and cooking. We're going to be doing some fashion. We're going to be doing some parenting. We're going to be doing just all the lifestyle stuff that happens. You know, before your 9 to 5 day, really, you know, managing relationships, both of co workers and friends And you know if you're single, if you're dating if you're married, we're kind of good. Tackles a little bit of everything, and then also highlight all the cool things happening in and around the Chicago Land area. I know you guys have been getting ready, Tanya. What? What are some of the things that you've got planned? Uh, you know some of the topics and things that you're going to be dealing with in your first shows. They're really excited. Yes. I'm really excited. Tomorrow. We have a special guest. Um, I don't know. Amy. Should I tell people who it is? Yeah, because we want them to tune in. Uh, first lady Amy, showman. Wow. Be joining us on the show. Yeah, Exactly. A lot of people know her name. But can you actually say you could actually heard her speak? Have you actually heard her talk about any of her passion projects? Just do you really know anything about her? So we'll be diving into that with her. We're really excited that he agreed because she has turned down so many interview requests, but he granted hours and we are excited, so we'll hear from her. Uh, yes. So excited. Our friend Mario Rizzotti step will be joining us. She cooked up some dishes. We, You know, we play a little game. We just having a little fun. You know, we're sandwiched in between the morning show and the noon show And we know these days, especially the news is quite happy. Um, so we just want to take that one hour to take a break. Have a little fun last Um, you know, just just just have a good time. We're like your friends were just having a conversation. We're talking about all the things that you'd be talking about at the water cooler if you were at work, or if you're out at the park late to other moms as they're taking their kids out for a walk, or if you're at the bar hanging out with your friends, Those are the things that will be done here. You know, It was so funny. You were talking about tomatoes. I'm getting off track here a little bit. But you were talking about tomatoes rate. So Friday during one of our rehearsals. Jeanette, The production manager, came in and made me to a lot of which are basically is that it's a popular Mexican drinking tomato juice and yellow and hot sauce and everything like that is both a V and I were like, Okay, well, we're not fans of tomato juice, and so we tried it and we're like, not act up the T O earlier in the week he made Yeah, I think about that one. Actually, she actually made the cocktails. Yeah. Wow. She made Moscow mules earlier in the week, which worked out list. Yes, it was 10 o'clock. It was 10 o'clock, and we were drinking oclock someplace, Tanya. Right. There you go. There you go. So we're just going to be honest, we were hanging out at the happen fun buttons, and we hope everybody will cut loose, But, yeah, well, you know, that's uh, you know, for years we've had Rachel Ray, Come on. Right after the morning news, which meant you know we could take our time cleaning up all the empty cans of old style that we usually throw throw into the studio. We're going to have to be, uh, you know, much more fastidious and our cleaning efforts. On the morning show. Join us there and come join us. You know, I'll warn you. I mean, we haven't had guests in studio with us, uh, for quite some time because of the pandemic, But one of these days don't be surprised if there's a donkey in the hallway or You know, you never know. On that morning show what could be happening out in the hallway and now the fund will continue into 10 o'clock with you guys. Yeah, we're really looking for definitely. Tom, you can take a deep dive on since you're talking about how it's historic Studio One is she's taking a deep dive on studio one on her show, so people can really see some of the history in there because it's such a cool state, right? You know, everybody doesn't know that there's still part of the bozo set in there. Still, that's right. Uh, we got we got some big shoes to fill, literally and figuratively right up until they have completely remodel not completely remodeled the studio because As you say, part of the bozo set still remains in that studio. You'll be able to see it when you tune in tomorrow. But up until recently, you know, they redid the floors and you know, but have, like all new furniture and everything. It's Really beautiful. You could see the tape marks that were on the floor for 40 years where they used to do the grand Prize game. And people could you know, people were always thrilled to see where this is where the buckets were, and this is where the kids put their toes. Under the line, you know to play the game. It's a very, very historic studio. So cool. Yeah, the whole building. It's I mean, it's just amazing. I mean, I've been in the building since I think when I first started, I was still with the L T. V. And we moved in. And what 9 4000 and seven One of those days. One of those years we moved in, and I was still amazed to be in that building. It's so much history in our building and so much, You know, it's such a family that's still amazes me, too. The day you walked into my house, and it's Hey, you're speaking to people by name. Hey, Dean. Hey, Amy, you know, hate your job, You know, Mike No. Several mix Several George's several John forget, You know, you're speaking everybody by name, and it is just so cool does that you know you talk about the good old number nine is really is the good old number nine and it's so much fun,.
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"Zero dollars on marketing. Right now But we invest everything on the experience on our desire marketing. I mean that's ardently. Yeah that we tell people that that the main thing is that you've got to have a dream come true experience that that's really would trying to great. We had an episode We've had so many great people on the pocket. But richard branson the things that he said because they really don't you. He looks at everything as marketing but his advice was first of all. You got to have something that you wanna scream about on the mountaintop. You gotta love what it is that you've that you've got and that sounds like what you're what you're saying there that whole experience for people. I love that so much and we convince the city to let this little small college summer. Baseball team come in. So we bought an expansion franchise. My wife and i actually went from zero to one point. Eight million dollars in debt between meyer in vanna. It was brutal and so we came in on october. Fifth two thousand fifteen. I'll never forget it. I walk in. It's myself my wife are twenty four year old president in three twenty two year olds out of college what crew we had and we walked in and the former team cut the phone lines. Cut the internet lines. They took everything out of the ballpark and we walked into an abandoned storage building. A picnic table and started calling people in the community. And saying we're here and the problem dina's what they could care less. We sold only. We sold only two tickets in our first three months. Bigger debt to tickets in three months and then by january of twenty sixteen. We got the phone. Call that maybe some of you on the call of god but we overdrafted our count. We were completely out of money and that was five years ago. And i know you know the story dean. But yeah Emily tournaments that we have to sell our house so we sold our dream house. Empty our savings account and founded dump down here that was on the market for three years..
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"First book side. Your yellow tux. How to be successful by standing out in january of twenty eighteen with the world book tour at epcot. Jesse has been featured on over five hundred podcasts and is an end demand. Keynote speakers all over the country sharing the fans. I experience on how to stand out be different and create raving fans of both customers and employees. Jesse is the host of the business. Done differently podcast and has interviewed over one hundred of some of the world's leading entrepreneurs authors and speakers. You've had the sold out games for your entire career at in savannah you mentioned gastonia where the first place you start out. Twenty three years old taking over as the gm you've had no experience in being the gm. You're a baseball player. You've experienced that from the dugout. Did you was there a part of you. That thought okay. I'm gonna see what do people do to to market Baseball teams or. Did you start out kind of going down the traditional path of what are you supposed to do that. You immediately say. I gotta do something different than what was that like spark while i started me with people in the community so again what yogi berra say you can observe a lot just by watching and by seeing the numbers that only hundred fans were coming to the games. I knew there was a problem. But then i started meeting with the community and i start having these meetings of people business leaders nonprofits and what they start saying We just don't like baseball. We don't like baseball and they go. It's too long. It's too slow. It's too boring. And i heard it over and over again and dean. We're we're like the lowest level of baseball there's major league and aaa aa high and professional independent. We we're college summer baseball down here. Can't compete in that game. So i just kept hearing over and over again and what i learned was that the starting point of all innovation all you know trying to create fans as you gotta find out that frustration is what that friction point is and do the exact opposite and so i heard over and over again. It's long slow and boring. So i said how do i convince people that. It's not like a baseball game. And so i remember calling the owner of the team twenty three can. We can no longer be a baseball team. He goes well. What do you have in mind. I said well. I think our players should choreographed dances. We should have grandma. Beauty pageants michigan dunk tank. We should serve serve garbage can nachos we should bury. Diamond rings the infield dirt and make it a circus and he said while we got nothing to lose shot and we started bailing pretty quickly doing all that but we started getting fans to think differently and then it took a little while and we learned a lot and start selling out in gastonia and that eventually brought us to savannah. It was a constant testing experimentation. And you test on. What you believe is a better experience. I couldn't be a fan of baseball. If i couldn't watch the game then i had to say all right. What what can we do that. I wanna be a fan of it. And i played the game. I played my whole life so we looked at every frustration point in it started with the game. Too long to slow. It's into boring and started testing against that hypothesis. That leads make it fast nonstop exciting and see where we can go from there and we got criticized being criticized a lot. I mean baseball traditionalist hated us. You know what are you guys doing to the game. But you know the criticism. I believe you're not getting criticized. You're playing too safe so we started being very clear who we not for. We worked for baseball traditionalists. We were people that wanted to have fun..
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"What you've just done there oh yeah dean you see what he just. Did there timothy see. That's what he's doing there. He's sending people somewhere this is going to be in perpetuity on the is in the isle of marketing world. And now you've got the right people on the right bus. This yeah underway. There's more coming okay. it's all it's all plants. No good there we go so. You're so the yeah. The tech is not as important as the content. That's really the the most important thing right..
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"Your podcast to do. You want your podcast to get you leads and by the way podcast are really good at that. I look at the the the podcast. Getting the leads is is one thing. But i'm looking at the podcast as a way to create all the ancillary content that i can use From that you know. I love marketing. When you look at the body of work that we have over coming up on ten years this january ten years for the The marketing podcast. But we've got this now legacy of all of this content that we've got to point people to and all the other content that we can create from it. Dean said he likes his podcast to get leads. Well let me tell you how leads had leads happen when somebody perceives you as viable when somebody perceives you as somebody. I want to work with so thirty minutes with an expert. Doing their thing while the microphone is running is extremely compelling but it's also fantastic for sales we have a client who gets at least one three thousand dollar lead a day from his podcast. Then it's a million dollar podcasts. Less than five hundred downloads per episode. Now here's the beautiful thing. We did some research and you can do this. You can check. And by the way when i asked him question number one. What do you want the podcast to do. He said make the phone ring. So we make phone ring. But here's what's interesting. We looked at a stats. You know how you know how this whole thing happened. They listened to six or seven episodes. Right of twenty minutes each okay. Two plus hours of time hearing the guy be in his true genius and then they called. They were presold. It used to take a ton of time to do that to our yourself now. They're pre sold what we really want. The most valuable thing for me is a a an an exchange email address so that i can communicate with somebody right So that i can have a two way communication with someone turning turning invisible prospect into visible prospect. Because that's where it all happened. So all of the lead generation. That i'm doing on the podcast is driving people to a page where they can come into my email world so at the end of every episode Use a audio signature like the equivalent of my email super signature. Saying you know and that that's another great episode.
"dean" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"Expert doing their thing while the microphone is running is extremely compelling but it's also fantastic for sales if you'd like to join world renowned entrepreneurs at the next genius network event or want to learn more about genius network goto genius network dot com dean jackson. The brilliant one is always with us and he's going to be interviewing our guest today. Alcala guns lifestyle and business strategies are designed to tackle the strategies and opportunities of today's ever changing information economy. His company the podcast partnership leverages technology to expand reach and revenue for businesses and create digital influencers with the simple sound of the human voice. He's the creator of the podcast report in his authored. Eleven technology and thought leadership books nine of which launched amazon best-sellers. So mr dean jackson paul colligan. Welcome it's great to have you with us how let's start at the beginning. I always tell people that. I look at a podcast as a better lead. Conversion tool than a lead generation tool. That's my coming into it then. I'm not expecting the podcast to do the heavy lifting of generating leads it does and it can indirect people Back but i am of the idea of building the audience. Even separately from the the podcast. We have four questions. The podcast partnership question number one is what do you want your podcast do. That's exactly right you know. And it's beautiful here dean. Is you know exactly what you want.
"dean" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"Is late. December nine hundred fifty. Five jimmy's in his new. La house of white bearskin rug on the floor. The dishes bongos records bullfight posters on the wall. He's still nine twelve bags under his eyes. Girls and boys wasting late for him but it speed thus him again speed that he loves his back at the garbage in hollywood visit. German mechanic their cooled. Roaf catterick isn't the spider ready for a weekend of racing mechanic. Has an idea says this call needs more miles jimmy. You need more seat time. Let's drive a friends there to see them off puts his arm around. Jimmy shoulder says be careful because the bom so the head of grab coffee and donuts and drive. Move driving fast. Always i at offering the afternoon. They stopped by a highway police patrol given a ticket for speeding. They say sorry keep going. They stopped for drinks near bakersfield meets. A couple of other drivers had ignored race boast about how they've been hitting a hundred and fifty miles an hour. The other driver nord says. Be careful of the 'cause turning in front of you the spiders hall to see the color of it. How low it is jimmy. Shrugs pulls on his red wind cheetah races away without putting seatbelt on late afternoon. Now the sun setting low there on route four six six jimmy driving roaf in the passenger seat. The racing of apollo parks accelerating down the long descent. They can't see it but there's another car ahead. A black and yellow ford is driver is a twenty three year. old student. Turns left directly into the path of the spider too late to see it too late for anyone to swerve break. Here's what witnesses the spider smashing head on into the ford wheeling two or three times landing in a gully beyond the hard shoulder who rick. The mechanic has been thrown clear. He's lying crumpled on the road. Broken jaw broken hip broken. Fema the other driver. The student bruises and bloody nose. Jimmy still in the car trapped in the mangled cockpit. His neck is broken both shattered his body crushed. No breath no sign of life. They take them to hospitals together. Jimmy and his mechanic. It's twenty eight miles away. But they know everyone who's seen it knows just before off. Six james dean is pronounced that people talk about a curse afterwards the car the film's mechanic lives but dies in another call crash later. Salma neo from rebel without a cause is stabbed death aged thirty seven natalie. Wood dies in a both accidents at forty three and everyone thinks about jimmy. How he's coughing is kept closed at the.
"dean" Discussed on Death of a Film Star
"There are three images we've got to talk about when we talk about jimmy dean the first one black and white because it's a black and white time he's a new york times square but there's no glamour hair. It's winter rain. Coming down bouncing off the dock pavement shiny on the black metal railings. Jimmy's in black two along woolen jacket colours high up around his cheeks suit trousers. Taxi old brown shoes. These clothes will be famous. There'll be look for everyone in years to come a style but never quite fades so. It's about the clothes but it's not not really is how he is inside them. Hans stuffed in his pockets shoulders hunched against the cold hair big and thick and swept back. But missy like he doesn't care he never does anything to it but pussies hands through the city behind is to see missed around the buildings towers lost in the clouds. His silhouette on the pavement blurred. It's like all the lights in the world is on him. He's grinning glancing up at the clouds sky. Cigarettes hanging out the corner of his mouth. Okay the second one. He's on the movie poster. Bright colors for wide-screen world. A red wind cheater unzipped. Halfway a white t shirts underneath bluejeans hair swept back again. He looks like a contradiction angry but vulnerable staring out like he's challenging you but lost to a man muscles and form a kids. Is these images the time square one. The movie won they posters on teenagers walls student. Wolves t shirts and mugs and magazine covers. The everywhere still preferred image. You won't have seen is a nineteen fifty four posts spider. A car built for pure speed for breaking limits for danger. It's a beautiful car spider. Police silva like a jet fighter numb curved wheel arches but this spider. This one looks like it's been stamped on like someone's picked it up and crushed it in their fist. The bonnet is pushed back on itself. The wheels twisted sideways. The doors buckled and broken. It's not silver anymore tin foil. This is the car of james dean. This is where it all ends for this beautiful boy for this rebel looking for a cause where it all ends when it's barely begun because he's only twenty four. He's only made three films and only one of them has actually come out when he dies and something strange happens in the aftermath. A kid who not many cared about when he was alive becomes a star a ghost in his own future. A man who never grows up sixty five years on his estate still makes five million dollars a year from his image from the figure in the wool overcoat in times square from the teenager in the red wind. Cheater and blue jeans from the man with that stare angry but vulnerable his challenging year but lost to.
"dean" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dean. Mm. Hello. Hey, let's do that work. Yeah. I mean, this is professional radio. Dean Richards. Chicago's WGN Radio. 7 20. You were talking and distracting me. Yeah. Okay. Once again, my pay attention. You're a pro. You should be able to do this after 40 people. Elton Jim Toronto. And see if I invite you to my street naming ceremony where you build their Oh, lovely. Some earth, Wind and fire Make it one of my favorite shows Effort at Ravinia. Number one is Tony Bennett. Every vigna number two Tony Bennett with Lady Gaga I love going together. She's a great performer. Alright, I don't know what time it is. But who cares? Seen Earth? Wind and fire there A couple of time they below the roof, Weren't they with Chicago? Didn't they've done it that way that they've done dual shows like that when I've seen them like that, but solo at Ravinia, Fantastic. I can't wait together. Try to get out to revenge. Ejim Peter X doing the show. They're on the fourth of July and you'll be off. Right. I'll be nice to relax. I'll be able to stay awake past seven PM, uh so they're going to be kicking off their season two starting next week, So I'm going to be looking forward to that. The what's going to the movies. Anyone going to the movies? I have not been in a theater in since the last movie I saw the theater was Once upon a time in Hollywood. Wow. Yeah, that was a long time ago. Yeah, um, this weekend. I think A lot of people went.
"dean" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast
"Twisted genius dane. Is as a german and welcome to another edition of the suplex. Pokhara here on in yours on this point sunday afternoon morning or evening depending on when you're listening now. My guest is softer noon or today. Shall i say is the twisted genius dean. I him so missed the ice. Welcome how are you sir. Thank you very much. I'm on doing okay. i'm hanging on in there. Is i think the rest of the so you know. He's been a spin a weird and crazy time from all of us. The whole the whole world had to live with with covid fillets vaccine in the western world. It's been over a year since we've done any shows we've had all the stuff with with with speaking out since then we have not seen. How how things going to come come back and change off to. That is as a strange time to be to be around the some just looking forward to life. Getting back to normal really could heal. They see a couple of days from a year from now i. It's a bit a desperate now. Jaded over camera up and start show again. money egypt's getting a bit is the bit desperate now how. Oc we've you mentioned speaking out and you meant jealousy the pandemic how how wash your hope ready for for the business moving forward like this someone who's been around for maybe even a lot longer than a lot of people. Don't sign your own. Because i've been around. That's what he is. Well this is now. How how are you feeling of the of the back of the whole speaking out and and what. What is your hope so moving forward in embracing a very good question. I think i think it's some open. Dow is up a lot to think everything i would say. I've learnt don't assume that things are right. And i think i think now the if we have any any concerns about anything any suspicions and if in the people will be a lot more A lot more willing to speak up come forward ask if everything is is cayenne If thing is finding people won't take offense. 'cause i realize what what you're doing this is right know. Were there have been a few things they..