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"fischler" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Curtain and brendan fitzpatrick for collating the feedback for this episode of down the hatch and i think that they were like we've got this great story and i don't know where to fit it. Let's just put this at the top. And i'm really glad they did because what. I saw this feedback email. Come through. i definitely wanted to make sure that we got to it. I wasn't entirely sure where we were gonna get it's just a great story of someone encountering a member of the dharma initiative out in the wild waves back in the seventies. No this is back. I guess this is twenty eighteen. This is from brandon brandon. I have a story share it. At the time. I ran into one of the loss cast members in the wild and it would fill me with incredible joy. If you could read my story on air brandon inconsiderate done brandon contagious. When i went to see the midnight screening of avengers infinity war. I was wearing my dharma initiative t shirt and sitting at the end of a row. Suddenly an older gentleman with gray hair walked up to the row and started eyeing the up and down as bad to get out of my seat and let him pass by when he made a snarky remarks. Saying of course. I'd be in this row as taken aback by this stranger before realizing that the stranger in question was none other than character actor patrick fischler phil security lack. He for the dharma initiative in season. Five and then he was just making an innocent comment about my dharma initiative t shirt because he was literally in the dharma initiative grail. I don't know that that is an amazing encounter. But i'm at an impasse josh. Because i don't know how much i should be. Judging patrick fischler by his comment. it says. I wonder how much she gets it. Because i guess that sort of leads into my opinion of it. Because i think you could certainly be of the opinion of like god. What a jerk not be like. Oh that's so cool and of course it's this row. Maybe you know. His hair's gone grey at this point. Maybe feel like he's just been inundated with so many oriented the dharma initiative questions. I one encountered it anymore. I kind of feel like it's play full right of like he's like he's playing villain this moment. Of course. of course. I'd be here and then like assuming if this guy has a dharma initiative shirt theods are high that he's going to recognize. This dude is fill. It is going to have like sort of like this like bill. Murray nugget me in the bathroom type story and said nobody would ever. Nobody will believe you. Yeah how many people by the way do you bill. Murray has he'd over the course of the years. I don't think my leading theory is that it's not bill. Murray brian doyle. Murray another man from obstinate ski with some questions about the rules of time travel and free will on lost off rights in in flashes before your eyes l..
"fischler" Discussed on WJR 760
"5 99 each that's hungry. Howie's Stephen Shaun getting you ready for the Lions playing host to the Indianapolis Colts? There's some other action going on, believe it or not, Football League. Ah, let's see here. The Patriots older and trouble. They're in there, too. And for fans in the Greater New England area, they don't know what the hell to do with themselves. Only make matters worse. Cam Newton and the Pats there in Buffalo to face the five into Bill. I'm going to be really in tree to see if the Bills hand the Patriots a debt today. And you know what I mean by that it's trying. That's must be pay day must be paid. I'm really intrigued because these air two teams heading in two different directions. Buffalo's got a pretty good defense. Josh Allen after getting off to a tremendous start, you know hasn't been that guy. But I have a feeling he might find himself. Today. We could use a little help from the purple people leaders who we will see next week in the land of 10,000 lakes. Kirk Cousins and the Vikings there at a very disappointing one in five right now they're at Lambeau to face the five and one Packers. Be nice to see the Purple people eater. Slow down the pack. Well, it would be tremendous counting on it. I'm not counting on it either, but it would. It would be tremendous. Ah, you know that, of course, paired with Lion win would be Really nice. All of a sudden. See, you know the foreign three lions just a game behind the five and two Packers. Interesting matchup. One o'clock kick as well. Thief I've and two Rams of the city of Angels will be in Miami to face the three and three dolphins. Interesting because The two attack of a law era officially begins for the Dolphins today. I like to, I think two is going to be a darn good quarterback. At this level. He's healthy. He's hungry. Ah, I think the left. He's going to be a darn good quarterback. It's not going to be easy today. But I think a lot of eyes we're going to be on that one. You have no concerns. Fitzpatrick was playing pretty well. Want a couple in a row. He had a high quarterback rating, and we know what he's capable of going downhill quickly. But he's been representing himself very well. So now you make the change and I get it to your Franchise quarterback. If it doesn't work out that presents nothing but issues. No, I I agree with that, you know, And I think to a veteran, maybe you're sitting there going. Okay. Well, does that mean you're waving the white flag on this year? And that's too bad because your your three and three I listen while I empathize with the beard. And for his frustration and maybe his disappointment, Steve, I also say when you knew what you were here, you knew what you were getting yourself into. You knew this day was coming. So you can't act surprised that it's here. Doesn't matter that the beard ah when public that he was heartbroken. I empathize with him. How's that might be a C. Wait until you were flooded The Marquis matchup in this young reporter's opinion, and I wish it was a 4 25 kick the Steelers in Baltimore to face the Ravens. The Steelers a perfect six and, oh, the Ravens at five and one. What a riot. That game's going to be. That is, always can't miss television. I mean, there's just no other way to say it. It's always a can't miss game, Steve. How about that number that came up and think about the air in which we grew up into that blew my mind You're talking about Coach Harbaugh. And coach Tomlin have faced each other more than any two adversaries in the Super Bowl era. Is that crazy? And you and I grew up with Knoll and Landry and Shula Mohr times than any two coaches. Four or five kick. Let's see here. The Chargers and Broncos. Who cares for 25, you've got the Saints and bears in Chicago. We could use the Saints one to be completely honest with you. Yeah, I take that absolutely bears. I think the bears water is going to find its level with that football team. How's that? I think they're going to come down to earth as well. And then how disappointing The 8 20 kick tonight. If you've got something else going on, tonight will be the night to pursue it. The cowboys and Eagles brought to you by no doze. I'm not watching that. I'm just no offense, Jason. I'm not not Jason Fischler's are our resident cowboy. Finn. I'm not. I'm not gonna watch that. Why would I do that? Cowboys or two and five. The Eagles heir to foreign one He doesn't know. Does anybody want the energy? No. I'm not watching that. I might want to replay the game from yesterday afternoon. Someone like you in now You're cooking with gas. All right, So there you have it. We've got the Lions and Colts. Coming up in just a bit. We will have our players toe watch. This is Lyons Radio. Finding four traffic is slow going between Wayne and 2, 75 and the 96 west on your bumper to bumper beg road in a week. 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"fischler" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"Rise to reach our fullest potential. We can rise to to kind of connect to this higher purpose make choices about that in order to be of high of service in our lives, and by that I mean creating a legacy for ourselves. Yeah well before we go So yeah, I mentioned we mentioned the the cost to rise again but not any of course you'll say on a book roots Rice has guy. It's going great. Actually I was surprised and what's interesting about it is a lot of people have asked me to talk more about my story, my personal story. And usually, I'm just kind of person that is more likely to talk about you. You know get listed right thing. I will spend all my time asking people about themselves and helping them. So I had to dig deep and start to tell my story more in the book. It's just to kick it off. So people really know what they're connecting to who they're connecting. And it's been like writing memoir, but it's Going to be one chapter, the rest of it is going to be. Actually Staub the extent of. Course. I once more memoir by May belong of an introduction to. You me. Why? You're. Getting where? Our roots arise as one hundred percent based on nature based wisdom. So that means that it's universal truths things that can be seen in major. That are undeniable and welcoming to anybody from any background and so it if you're you know doesn't matter what religion what race what Gender it's open to everybody and what's interesting about that as a marketing person, my marketing side is saying, no, you have to create a niche you have to go. But I have workshop this course in. Men and women and young adults and older people and I interviewed them afterwards and said. Who Do you think this is four you've taken the workshop and everybody is saying for the most part it's for anyone who wants to get unblocked or unstuck take it. Live of fully and begin to learn how to love life and I think that that's how I. Began began to be able to communicate about the benefits of what it can do for people. Well well. Lot Myself. It's It's transformed my life and I've seen the transformations that it's had another with other people and basically it's because it's a nature based framework and we are natural being right. So when you're in rhythm with nature and you're looking at your life of it through that Lens, it's it's a very approachable, very safe way of exploring some very deep aspects of yourself and getting unstuck in that root system. So you have a chance to rise in an even accomplished those hopes and dreams for your life I think in our twenties and step we get so excited to rise quickly right. If you're an artist with a sports star any anything anyone that what is ambitious you expect yourself to have earliest success. And I think what's hard about that is that we can get disappointed because had a really built that strong of a root system we just. BELTING BUILDING ON A. Foundation conifer. Yeah and we might go through a crash remake or do you know the need to make a big career pivot because of that? What I'm doing it doesn't matter what age you are like okay. We're going back to the root for building that solid group system to support anything you WANNA do, and from that, there is no limit to what you can create for yourself and it means going back to your roots a lot to evaluate that make sure not getting too overwhelmed that you're maintaining. Alan's that was true in your heart is still true to you. So you can. Take steps forward, and if things start coming up like things, we can't control sometimes we have grief and loss. Right. Now, with a pandemic, we have a lot. We can't control about our external environment, and so it takes more sole sovereignty men and women we take stop me it takes more connecting with our hearts being for other people. It takes a lot more resources from us. So we have to have a system for checking in with ourselves and in growing from, you know some format or some framework that gives gives us structure in our lives and helps us meet our goal. So that's what I'm hoping both the online course of Roger is the workshops and the book will do for people. Those are the three products that I'm trying to create now. Will be my legacy one day. Yeah. Well, fantastic. Well I me mine overseas derived from why did in my life but Sorry excuse me as well Yes. So I mean obviously just. You you've done the same and yes this showing up a little differently better. Just based on my own experience and then just given the well I'm walkin on Progress I got the book is often the other way ransom just working on the programs, knock yourself to. To just. I have a lot to learn from you on that area of the. Actually I'll help through someone from Arizona shoes motivation speaker so I was networking on. My facebook when it first came out two, thousand, seventeen, thousand, nine something on that and then she said all hope you're eight because I didn't have a clue what to do in your idea of doing trinity's might vase speak in an Aussie Knife coaching was designed to become a thing then as well. So sir. What an day before I retired. As Vice Retirement Joel. Look like a C yeah. It is another example of how you were able to resource an idea that you had and. I think there's experts in different areas I'm working with a woman jammed Fischler who has written a book as well, and she's giving some touch especially about this memoir ish area because your sensitivities there you know when we now the adversities that we added. Let them things. Get hurt by hearing some of the ways that we had. And so I'm I'm advocating that right now but I do hope that it'll help people connect more energy than wardens of it all and and not. Struggles they. have. Well. Well. I'm I'm. Glad you came in to talk about your your side of my habits, who often for you, and how did you see it going in the future you still going to Continue Doing Business Consulting and coaching will grow from that. We she sound like it's going well as it is. Thank you yeah. I feel like my despite uniqueness as that I can do both business. It's really called I call it personal and professional coaching because I think they're they're really so intertwined when work were in place with our career and being kind of on a mission. I think it really positively affects. The rest of our root system gives us financial security gives as as a sense of self worth it needs. So many of our needs that has a ripple effect across. All of our relationships you know how we carry ourselves in the world and and you know everything. So I think having professional focus is an area of specialty and I worked in the corporate world. Bennett worked as an entrepreneur. So I think I understand having to make difficult choices career pivots what it means work for the people what it means worked for yourself and I hope I can help more people in that area for sure. Certainly, Journeys pandemic now, and then in the oft up beyond I'm sure. Sunny Lot people out there. That's. Looking to regroup and move forward you know or even now really now is the time to to really start to. Look. Like an already share with your audience. That, I have a couple interviews about pandemic grouping your career. I, have a lot of free resources then I can I can offer depending on your website. Yeah they just got to glow that DOT com they can. They can access it and dot.
LazyLedger: Layer One Data Availabilty and Consensus Solution
"And said a Great Intro Too Lazy Ledger. Before we go into kind of. Details, from Lazy, Ledger. Curious like. What are you guys want the impact of Lazy that you to be? As I mentioned right they leisure is basically I think Leger. As a very basic layer one. I, would call it the minimum viable Laon. So if you strip back canal one to his Co. components and may the scalable as possible using existing technology? Leases that your? So. Effectively, license in simple times is basically a blockchain where people can dump arbitrary data onto it. And that data gets ordered. And the consensus don't care or process what data is. And so you says basically a blockchain for dumping data on anew and the data gets ordered. And you can use these primitive to build an all kinds of applications and blockchain's. Now. What this is really useful for what has impact for I guess to explain the overall kind of vision. is as follows. So when Bitcoin came about. The kind of vision for Bitcoin was. August technical architecture for Bitcoin was that. It was using a blockchain. For one purpose of of what application and the application is cryptocurrency payments will store value depending on who you talk to you. So it's basically a single packers blockchain. Then Came about. The idea of was Let's actually create General Pecos blockchain. where he can for every application. That kind of general purpose virtual machine where people can upset spot contracts. So those architectural visions various talk. To each other. The same time there was tenement antenna tenement was more similar to bitcoin vision. When I get tenement is that allows you to create your blockchain for your application. So until the moment, basically he wanted to a application on blockchain. This early really to waste that. The best way to do that is use a shed, his execution environment or shed computer like cerium. You code up your spot contract applets Small contracts runs on this team. guess machine the same chain as everyone else to spot contract. And thus basically the willed compute model and I, see him kind of create. The the problem with that is that. The city of Belgium sheet is very limited. In. Terms of what you can deploy on. and has very high gusts Bills Applications that the the investment machine does not native these sports success, for example, complicated catastrophe or. Perfect proofs that have native guilty and functional team, Edm. So if you WANNA, do that for the build more complicated applications. that. Support you have to basically build your own blockchain using something like tenement. But the problem with Tenement is the problem. GUESS THE DRAWBACK OF TEN DEMANDS, east? that. or any kind of he's in order to create your own blockchain does a huge overhead for creating your book convoked increasing bushing. Because you also wouldn't you create your book chain. You also have to create your own they for that book share, you have to quit your consensus later. And that consensus layer nowadays yeezy based on of stake, which is what tended provides for you. And to do takes a lot of work. You have to, for example, credit to. Make distributed decentralized may have to make sure there's evaluators until unsafe oils. So what in lesion is that as your provides A modular plug -able Laya one. That does nothing. But consensus on data visibility. Layer one that least Fischler one does not do smart contracts execution. Later they want basically those core things that they went dos and nothing else. And that makes it very useful as applicable a one. For people that want to create the earn chains, but don't want to go to the overhead of having to create a consensus network. Instead they can simply plug lays ledger in.
"fischler" Discussed on WJR 760
"590 W J. R That's number four. You call or text? Course you can watch us on Facebook and on YouTube as well myself. My Parsons, Jason Fischler Gang, but I found the story and I just Thought we had to bring it to you because I It kind of was stunning to me. I didn't I hadn't really heard about this before. A zit relates to Cove it but it was something when I read it. I it was It was pretty shocking to me, so I wanted to make sure we got A specialist on here to talk about this, But basically, pathologists are finding this believe was in New York, but pathologists are finding upon autopsies that go with 19 patients who have passed Have blood clots and almost every organ of their body. And it was I I look, I don't pretend to be the the know it all on cove it but I hadn't heard this before. So I want to welcome Dr Steve Allman E. The cardiologists at Beaumont Hospital to help us make sense of this. And good morning, Doc. How are you, Chris Tardio. Good to talk with you. Thank you. Ah, tell me what you have heard or may be seen in some of the patients that you may be seeing or some of the patients that your your colleagues are seeing. Is this something that that you guys have noticed? Yeah, it is, Chris. And you know, as you probably know, Bowman was hit really hard. You know, one of the biggest centers in the United States and I'll be very honest. You know, we've learned a lot along the way. And this was a CZ. You mentioned that something we Frankly expected. You know, we've seen Corona viruses like the flu before and we really you know, it was something you didn't see. So you know of the many things we've learned is that these people, especially the really critically ill ones, that End up in the intensive care unit that this is a massive inflammatory response is massive, and they suffer damage not only in the lungs as everybody knows, but also In the blood vessels, and with this going on these people develop Klatz. And these Klatz not only Khun go to their lungs but can go to their brain, their liver there even their toes. And so it's really changed the way we take care of these people now and where we were not aggressive treating them with blood thinners When they came in, we are now Are you saying it in patients who are fighting the virus and men haven't passed. Is that something that continues Teo? That's that's a great great question. So first of all, we have to remember that You know, 80% of people to get this, you know, have mild to moderate symptoms. Showed everything gone. Yes. Yeah. Thank God. But this doesn't spare anybody black white, You know, brown men, women, young old and we're obviously, as you know, we've seen a lot of young people now, which is a whole separate discussion. But we're seeing people that are critically ill. Usually the ones that require, you know, oxygen treatment or ventilators or go to the I C u These are the people that Chris are getting blood clots in all these different areas, you know, he introduced me as a cardiologist. One of the concerns we had. Was it going to your heart vessels? That's pretty rare. So we're seeing more of this go into your brain and your lungs and your kidneys on DH. It's really dramatic, and it's it's It's probably one of the things that lead to the demise. A lot of people in the I C U What have you seen from from your patients? Or like I mentioned your colleagues, patients of people who are recovering on maybe now test positive after testing, or I'm sorry Test negative after testing positive, are they seeing some sort of lingering symptoms is something that they continue to monitor after the fact. So a couple things you know one. We don't know if you've had it if you were immune in the future, so that's one that we have to bring up. So don't anybody out there is headed. Don't think you're free and clear. Still wear a mask. Um, the big concern that all of us have that one of the long term effects of this So you know if you had, you know, significant lung disease are you goingto have emphysema later as things like that, and we won't know for years, but I would not imagine that there's some long term sick. Well, I if you were pretty sick even if you recovered Doc, You've been in practice for a while. Have you ever seen anything like this now? There's absolutely nothing like this we've ever seen. You know, most of the people that listen to you will remember that we're worried about You know, H one and one and we're worried about Ebola and murders and stars and some of those like Ebola on stars were actually more deadly. But they did not spread like this, And this has a coefficient. That's unbelievable. And you know, one person can effect up to 40 Where you know, like the regular flu. It's usually like a 121122 So the differences here is probably more virulent were symptoms. But it is just so contagious. Which is why this is, you know, spread around the country in the world. And obviously, with the mass that the hand washing things that we've heard over and over again, and and I don't need to go over that again, But the importance of of, you know, continuing, Teo and I'm not saying, you know, we'll lock yourself down, but Just continuing Teo to do the simple things that if you don't really need to go out, don't go out and just stuff like that. I mean, those things I imagine coming from a doctor's perspective or nurse's perspective..
"fischler" Discussed on WJR 760
"All right battle over the show for this Wednesday June the twenty fourth so good to have you with us we always keeping the best informed audience all of radio and we thank our great statues and Fischler daybreak they're working at the studios Chris run with working out of his home under the watchful eye of son Jake who's recovering from a I'm not debilitating like it just felt that Hey he fell down that's what kids do when they're two or three years old but that's Jake's fine and so we're glad to hear that happy for Chris and happy to have him still along side working on the program he just sent me a note on the story that I just to I'm having trouble coming to grips with there is a new upcoming film are you ready for this my friends it's is it is really really breathtaking thank somebody thinks this is a good idea but it's going to be available currently on Amazon for sale they're going to stream out there the movie is called crack C. R. A. C. K. a crack up and it imagines a world in which white people are enslaved black people rule over America it's directed by a fellow named Dale I think it's a man they'll rest to Jeannie and it's going to be available for screening later this year if it's a modern neo **** transported in time to a parallel universe and there are white people are brutally enslaved black people are slave holders in the film has a tagline that says you raped our daughters what if we rip yours show I'm just passing it along to you it's it was it was bound to happen sometime but they want to put out the system alternate part one of these for white people who have been enslaved to how would we be active the other question is you know with the with those white people have been a rallying later and protesting in the streets after after slavery had long been gone that said some of the questions for to ask him to it's it'll be open for discussion and I hope the covered in the movie so but the movie again is called crack up C. R. A. C. K. A. M. it's just an alternate history so there you go the where to get that wants me to send me the story about about Michael Flynn of the appeals court which dismissed the criminal charges against him but we already reported that to you let's get the fall twenty say eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven will start in Detroit with George you're up hello good morning how are you motor freight good I just wanted to address the with the Flynn thing that St Lucinda three they did it looks like to me because more of documents released to the justice department about Peter strikes notes he's a very that went there and put the gotcha moment even said that Flynn did lie I mean come on you know they go after more water in in the the the guide it's you know who the person is who was the tip of the spear with the Muller investigation and Vaisman Andrew Vaisman was supposed to have a James call me you know he's another one yeah he's obviously I played I played in our I I mentioned it briefly the other day I played a member member golf tournament last weekend if you did what and yeah our point of one day was was a fellow member who's a former FBI agent he's been retired for about a decade now he's he's the corporate director of operations for a corporate investigative service company now called raven and his name is bill Kowalski and he was telling me he was an FBI agent he knew James called me he said all of us who worked at the FBI knew about called me and and what he was about what he was like in and resented him and he said all of us who work there and because all this is you know very general term but this was what he claimed all of us who work there are completely ashamed at the way the FBI went about its business through this from all the things we've been able to read we talk about it all the time among us is former agents and at some point bill Kowalski said he'll come on the air with us and and talk about it so I look forward to that I hope you'll be listed when he's on it's it's mind blowing but the thing that I wanted to do they you know they might to present about anything and everything and nothing whatever they mocked him about the you know rally only drawing sixty.
"fischler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
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"fischler" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Tire store for store hours and information bigo tires the team you trust this is Barbara size with the CBS sports manager last month we celebrated the fortieth anniversary of the miracle on ice a lesser told story of Olympic hockey heroism took place at the nineteen thirty six games in Germany Adolf Hitler had insisted to the IOC that everyone in the opening ceremony must use the rigid or **** salute the American team refused to get for them in a furious Europe later be rated them in the locker room U. S. goalie Francis Baker was the translator according to hockey historian Stan Fischler **** dictator shouted we'll be clear American team on the ice tomorrow Baker boldly replied we'll not only defeated Germany in hockey tomorrow the United States will always defeat Germany in a blinding snowstorm Baker shut out the Germans won nothing after medical school he landed on Normandy beach to help defeat Germany again Francis Baker would have been one hundred and six today a former science you get into bed and find your mind still going it's so tries equal pure sies liquid melatonin it's made with an optimal level of melatonin for no next day groggy as sies liquid melatonin because sleep is a beautiful thing add stores now America is a great big country filled with all kinds of different people and we all can that's why the twenty twenty senses wants to make sure we're all county why is it so important because the census helps inform how hundreds of billions of dollars will be spent each year.
"fischler" Discussed on The Gentlemen of Elegant Leisure
"We go. It's nice my glass the Tall Oh guy today sure for Martini Martini Glass. Because he's credible and what I'll do is I'm going to pour just a splash in here for you to taste nice. Then we'll put the rest of air for the photons and it's not remotely drinking all morton a well it looks. It looks pinker in Tamil. Actually looking at again it's more of an amber colored. Yeah so quite even just stuff that fear selecting. I'd be remiss if I didn't take a photo of said drink can turn your little sip. Here is going to be pretty good one. Put that down. I casse which was doing this a little bit earlier today. Which is kind of refreshing The morning I got up had a cup of coffee uh-huh watch some youtube clips. And then I had two pieces of cold pizza for you. Now I'm having a cocktail ellen. Twenty after twelve businessmen all right. Well here we go already actually. I'll take a picture to all right. You take a picture of training a lot of smell coming off palm beach. Pyeho AGGRIPA reeks of money. Go and I'll picture too in case there's the delay in getting too big Internet Sh- cheers to you my friend. Here's perhaps November happy ninetieth. Jeff Howe is sort of a strong. Something reminds me of Casey us to it. But spiciness well mildly spicy almost like hint of close for something I could see that now but it's But before we haven't added baby clothes we haven't potato maybe there is some bidders or something in separate You're right there's an element of the end of it that makes me think out of orange rind mind or that kind of kind of it right now and yet you're right there's nothing there. There's a Ruby Ruby red grapefruit now. VERMOUTH and GIN. Yeah Yeah Tech doesn't have a lot of information about this particular drink but Similar to the Park Heaven Cocteau which falls in his book. which is jim pineapple juice sweet vermouth but with orange crusoe added right? This I would square I said can you taste the orange curious out here. And there is no orange Peres now. full-frontal Yeah Oh oh from and it is like you said it's an amber moore but amber any kind of yeah. It's a little bit richer than some of the yellow drinks. Should we have hands on not just blatantly yellow but nine that I was going to be quite a bit pinker and it looks like Florida. Florida's am how did they describe it. CRISP IT -scribes. It yes it. It's a prevalent early simpler. It's Chris Bracing. Declarative effective like New Yorker is amuse lot of New Yorkers. There is there must be a lot of retirement people in their sure. You're rich long. Island is one that has it's not in Boca Raton Poker middle-class riches Angler Funder Fischler fogler. No no big mansion big mansion. Were you you gotta your own private tour or do you just is blocked around and enter. I think just walked around in it but I feel like I had a tour as well. Isn't that weird. Maybe they just give basic summary and then say you on in your way through various endless halls lord rooms maybe used dropped on. Maybe what was going on sort of tagged along on it Baby Yeah I don't remember. I remember the most incredible thing was that he had his little train car And it was parked there. He was a real a railroad baron baron and he had the he at a special spur. Track track sure breath and the big story was that he I forget it he was a creep. It probably wasn't creepy little Mar.. Your railroad barons it creeps came home funny and he had this big open. Foyer resume similar things that I've seen in Italy. Probably easing into Italian vibe at this frontal welcoming hall thing or maybe. I'm confusing it for the one I saw in Italy. Anyway there was a little door off to the side and at the bottom of the stairs there was a bathroom and so when he got tramcar right into the front door and hit the Biffi not sure and went their doors swing shut. Should you fell down the stairs. Oh dear died really yeah. Wow either from the injuries are during the tumble down the stairs. That's the way to go to Man Death by door now. I'd hate to be wrong about not being a creep but for some reason I feel that there was element of something was wrong. His kids lined up for beating every that Finger Fischler. Maybe maybe we have time. We'll look it up on the Internet. Okay but then. It'll turn out that. I've got the depth story I'll rock. Yeah actually died peacefully. Sounds better ninety nine after donating all of his wealth to the Florida. Yeah he was a humanitarian almost was saint go to slag obscure get but yeah. This'll be the time that we have the one listener. Yeah Koehler says hey. I'm from Florida conflict. Not True Guy. It was a beautiful. Yeah it looks like a European sued by the Bigler Estate Fackler fogler my dot with an unfortunate unfortunate name. Bradley Ron MALEC. Well now. What have we pause for station station? Identification you're listening to the gentleman of Elegant Leisure on the coin mom network CNN. Yeah maybe that's what we should come back on this fiasco memories. Have you had any personal stories. Schuessel Monroe were the original idea for the for this episode. Was You are going to have hot chocolate and discuss our shallots growing up in the same little town white rock. That's right well. It's not that I don't know where to start. Where does one start and the beautiful little seaside community and it still is a beautiful levels he said community but it has lost? Its vibe. It's not it's not little doesn't feel a little anymore. Feels like a suburb and is beginning to look like the witch Vancouver. Not The high rise a high rise. I went to run out of land. And that's a problem with weight wrong. It's a tiny little three miles by three quarters of a mile again. If you're looking at ladd massive white part of the end of your fingernail. Where at the live and everything has been developed park land or you know Arthur redeem were so they gotta build up? It's GonNa go but yeah it was a nice that was it's a big big push to grow up less the railroad tracks run rate alone in front of us. That's right there's always a lonely lonely retrain sound childhood and I guess you heard a clear the me because you lived a little bit closer to the ocean and I did foghorn. Oh yeah heard the fuck arm yes and go I love and a Fokker kind of soothing. didn't bother some people didn't like the foghorn but I don't remember is one of the Muslim this more was it one of the ones when the first one the former. That's that's what I remember. Yeah I know but but the classic what is always the.
"fischler" Discussed on 710 WOR
"That's thank you it doesn't work for people in Canada support don cherry right now they're saying this guy should have been fired at the very least just pulled aside be like you know what do an apology all right right I know maybe you know you you thought you're saying something positive about the military but the way it came across some people are offended don't just fire the guy out right now people are looking I'm as crazy races white man that's out there right so it's amazing that he's been on the elder crazy frigging years right and suddenly it came out that he was a race is just a small little bite that's it fifty years yet that's what I think the controversy around don cherry and then that's the end of it so today they asked him trout drought sun did you mean what you said says I know what I said and I meant it everyone in Canada should wear a poppy to honor our fallen soldiers you consider the context here right I mean it wasn't just a racist rant going off on immigrants he's saying if you live in this country what you came here we lived your whole life buy a poppy who poppy get somebody fired realize for the word yeah it was really where the fire Trevor you're running that that does sports that you're running that television station now was someone who it at that there's people done TV here they've done away with things and get fired right away right I think you know I think if you have a history of controversy you said things like this before I strike he's out right right this guy don't let some dot of believe yeah we didn't even have a day just five maybe they really can then again just like you said maybe they're looking for an excuse this is Megan Kelly thing with the ratings weren't great they're looking for an excuse to get rid of all the talk he he's only the commentator it's not like they're tuning in to see don cherry always not a reporter he's not like us it is a case a commentator talked about hockey I see this was is that I program in Fischler here in New York like Stan Fischler the same thing it's crazy anyway New York City socialite Cooper like you light we consider you one god no no okay have a lot of money to be a separate talk about the story a little bit later but interesting to talk about how she is getting a divorce okay from her husband she is hired not one not two not three not four not six not eight she is now gone through divorce attorneys and now she's loyalists no wants to work for you sounds delightful yeah I wonder why somebody would want to you know divorce she's getting a divorce from her estranged husband Keanu Reeves sorry it's Carl right on him I just got a Keanu at that point anyway Cooper morning or later when we come back something very interesting is about to happen tomorrow in Washington DC on Capitol Hill and it's not impeachment I'll tell you what it is that involve dogs that's next at seven ten W. O. R. this train is delayed because of an incident hi so.
"fischler" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You got Murph. So I heard co say actually say at one point, with, like a legit seriousness in his voice around five, oh, four this morning. Your things are physical in the neutral zone. As bro. I was like I was on lumbar bro us talking to my windshield, bro. Come on, man were. They not physical. That is the guy you want to be, Murph, you want to be STAN Fischler. He's like the. Always one of the great hockey writers of all time, so you want to be, like, a STAN fish or cope was getting his Fischler, even know. Stan Fischler is walk, because he's just because he's an award winning journalist who he he's been covering hockey since I was a kid even reading Fischler a when I was, yeah. It's like saying, like what was broken out of hockey writer before, would I? Which is it's like he sounded like a voice drop names impressed that you'd like that. And you never go STAN Fischler at any point in our thirteen previous year. I if I knew it was going to give you and I don't have only have a finite amount of material on you. The Milbury story again. You know, the stories I'm going to tell stories you got to keep showing this brand new like what you say all the time. Hey, you go to a baseball game, you're gonna see something you've never seen before you got to listen to Eminem because you might hear some mess. You've never heard today. I give you STAN Fischler. Yes, this is like, what when he got on me for giants lead yesterday. In bed goes, let me talk to co for second now I thought Murph was going to be sites 'cause I'm bringing them like a journalist. Like hockey journalists, I am psyched, but I confess. My screen, paulie has the guy on screen. He does not look hockey. Writer. He looks like he's doing the reading in a bookstore in Maine, Jude a little respect for Fischler right for at this point. Let's see right now. He's covering the New York Islanders that's who he's worse, by the way know we can't as art for the nine fifteen because the the majors underway by tiger three overthrew nine to one and done. Anyway. Anyway. And kept ca two under. It's all he does is show up and make birdies if he looking at some old numbers when he's at Long Island. But cannizzaro said you know, I'm I'm I'll be talking to you from from Long Island. And I texted back go aisles without never say. And then he wrote back, he said my hotel is actually within sight of as he called it the mausoleum, the Muslim, and I wrote back pot fan, suck. And he wrote back, I leaned out my window, and I can faintly hear the echo what he says, so it for you. I intimidate that you hijack the cannizzaro segment to talk. I Lander's hockey we'll talk pop and Fischler. I'll shout out. Fischler watch me watch me. Cazar Fischler breakdown I need to read more fishers, what I need to do. I need to read. So let's what would Fischler say about the hand, Pat, what sounds like everybody here is in agreement that it was a blatant ham has, I really feel that way he grabbed the kind of threw it ahead a little bit. The reason I think this is so controversial, obviously, he's because the game winning goal was scored after that passed the hand pastor. The hand-drawn whatever the rule says he can catch the puck and drop it drop it at your feet or even throw it at your feet straight down, Murph, not in front of you not to the side or not behind you. So they're saying he directed it with his hand which you're not supposed to do. And what did you think hockey guy, STAN Fischler Fischler reader, I'm gonna total staff, and I stand together on this one, I didn't figure Rosza blatant hand pass. But I'm the only guy saying that everybody else thinks it was a blatant hand pass nine one six Fischler tweeted the hand pass should be made legal. See what I'm saying Fischler I gotta go find you need to get acquainted with Stanford, slur. I gotta find Fischler on Twitter, a hill helped me, you know. Sure. Let's we get we get Fischler on the show. When the when the Rangers when the sharks go to the final here is STAN Fischler to the name, EMMY award winning journalist, Lester, he says here. Yeah here is he's tweeting like a madman. I'm going to become part of his twenty nine thousand followers here. We're gonna talk pop van sucks. With STAN Fischler. Here's what he said. Here's what he tweeted. With breaker to the canes winning game four at home. He also goes on to say, je thought he says, perhaps the hand pass should be made legal all it does is able to continue batting the puck into the net. With the hand is another store turned on Murph to fit like my work is done. I'm extremely happy. I tell you the truth, Murph won the Lester, Patrick award, and he covers the NHL in the aisles back in the eighties. When I really was a hockey fanatic back east and Fischler Fisher was like one of the premier voices. He would go on all the talk shows and stuff. But I gotta say, like I'm thrilled with how great he looks because he's does look good. And it is a lifetime. Hockey will do it in the eighties. He looked like this. So I'm just saying he has an aged at all. I got blessed, and you're right, Fischler's tweeden, lunatic three and a lot about the canes and the Bruins. Okay. So it happened last night, I was watching it was very first of all this talk about before the hand past. We have to talk about the empty net in a listener is taking you to task poly. They claim that you said yesterday, the empty net rarely works, and it it's, it's yeah. They got the extra and. Believe he tried to explain it to a seven year old. He didn't understand why they pulled the an extra skater. These kids are watching hockey. It's unbelievable. It's goodbye. And sure enough. Logan, Qatar punched it in with fifty nine tixx ago. That's why this team. There's magic there man. This kind of stuff keeps happening with this team. And yes, they haven't getting some calls the whole ski, five minute major great taken last night. The ham pass great take it. Don't get the avalanche thing when you were in, in Richmond, Virginia. The avalanche claimed that there was a foot foul on, on a foul whatever they're claiming escape fat. Listen, whatever Fischler would call it. Claimed that they were jogged I think there's a Serena Williams foot fell by the way, our soul approach the hockey's a little more. It's more of a basic premise this about planes, smart space, smart, man for man. We're better any.
"fischler" Discussed on Hockey Today
"And hoping to have him back in the playoffs. So, you know, here's a there's a monkey wrench for you. What happens so Tempe lending if Victor had been has some kind of significant upper body injury aka concussion Cooper was asked in particular about a concussion. He would not comment on that. So that leaves you wondering about the situation with Edmund, but definitely lightning going into the playoffs, and Victor is not available. I mean that does just no question about it. No question. Absolutely. You're right now, I think they could survive the first round if he take on a team like Montreal like a Carolina Columbus, but you get into the second round without headman. You telling me that that's not gonna even things up against Boston. If it's not close to even to begin with, you know, it's like it makes it listen. Even in the first round it makes. More because it stretches it stretches players. And the reason why Ryan mcdonagh that's such a great season this year is because if you're heading into the air, and they've you know, they're able to kind of work off each other. When you when you don't have been not to say that would gonna can't still be a force out there. But this makes a different and you have your used in different ways. And it changes the dynamic of your group. So we'll have to keep close eye and had been situation. But he's according to Cooper, he will not play in these final four games for the lightning all of which are on the road at Ottawa. Montreal Toronto in Boston. Now before we get to the tweets, I think we both can equally with the same through Seattle them wishy belated happy birthday to the great STAN Fischler yesterday. He turned eighty seven years old, and I've never met eighty seven year old younger than STAN Fischler, and you cannot really be involved in hockey and the Tri state area without knowing STAN Fischler, so a belated happy birthday to him. Yes. Happy birthday to standards. You know, I haven't seen him in a little while. But I know he's. Still spry and you know, it's still very opinionated on faith which rely and he's seen a lot. He's done it all and you said it unbelievable life in this game. So wish him all the best and a happy a happy. Happy birthday to the also shares a birthday with the great Gordie Howe who would have been ninety one yesterday. Oh, boy, that's a good guy to share birthday. I sure birthday with Ted Lindsay. I can't imagine if I share with the Gordie Howe. I right. I do I'll tell you. What I am on. I do feel kind of a strange way kind of really honored or happy or you know, it's nice to share a birthday with someone like ten Lindiwe obviously recently passed away that was such just an icon of the game. I'll tell you what knowing you that if you played in that era, you'd be walking right along with Ted Lindsay getting traded to Chicago because you causing trouble trying to their own. We. Yeah. You would have been out in Detroit..
"fischler" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"People's opinions apparently not because governor north of MS still in in the governor's mansion in Virginia. And the first lady the cotton, the handing out first lady, she's still there as well. So it's not as much influence as we would expect where we would think five fourteen WCBS traffic it with the first now with the update speaking of influence, here's a man who knows how to win friends and influence people. Body whitaker. Your partner right across from me has that problem. Get a little bit of a touch of something here this morning, a little credit Franko. Yeah. Road. Let me down. I've had it. You guys up today you could get shots for that. Oh my goodness. Outta here. Man. And the cat is. Trying to put it off as long as we could. But it's going to be a messy rush hour. Yeah. It's snowing. But you know, I've just been looking around at all the major roadways. I've seen accumulation and the grass areas and things like that. But I've looked eighty three ninety five seven hundred five towards the capitol beltway and all the major roadways right now here to be in good shape could be a little freezing rain in some areas that could change the ballgame very quickly. There is a major wreck though in Prince George's county, the outer loop the capitol beltway at route one in college park, the roadway is completely blocked off and they're sending traffic onto the ramp onto route one and then back onto the beltway from there. So you can imagine what that looks like hang on a second. And in the meantime, here, we are the ramp itself. I can see the police cars are there and Chuck Fischler from state highway said they've retired a light at the beltway at route one delayed some of that traffic get through so already a big mess there. The inner loop coming off of ninety five down to to fourteen is open. There was a single vehicle accident before five o'clock ninety five south after the ramp at route thirty to see slick and spots. But if you take your time, the major roadways right now far in good shape, and Frank you're gonna tell us about some of the schools being two hours late. Indeed, I am we have a Baltimore City. Baltimore county. Carol seasonal Frederick Harford. Howard and Prince George's counties, all two hours, late a queens. Queens county. Schools are opening ninety minutes late tells in university opening at ten US naval academy, a two hour delay anaerobic community college opening eleven Stevenson university at ten Loyola University..
"fischler" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Original exam. We have fun now is in the two thousand four when this was. I four hundred and fifty students who are database because if exam Fadia where it is in the last available Fischler cartridges through those in fifteen it has reduced by fifty percent or two hundred twenty but the reduction is voting urban areas has a huge reduction, isn't it from a very practical measure. Yes, it is. And polling this success of this. Some of the neighboring states have also introduced laws this practical change has now been implemented in five other states. And for the first time the national government is now considering a suicide prevention strategy today luxury Vijay Kumar says up to seventy people contact to help line every day and the now quoting in far beyond Chennai over sixty percents. She says express suicidal thoughts. It is a global public health tragedy and much more. So in India, so how can the arrest is raising youth suicide is a dilemma for everybody. But I think it can be done to each the young children, even before they become another lesson of issues about manager has ability to seek help for that mental health stigma dazed in many countries to seek help for that is difficult..
"fischler" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"fischler" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Actual location. Choose like Grand Central station, you know, Fischler building you so much. They can only do so much. But I don't think it's mentioned the big showdown of this. Movie happens at at the forty five minute Mark like the big fight. It's really weird how this movie is structured, right? Because the first part is the direct unbreakable follow up that we've been waiting for like what his David done been doing this whole time, and apparently not much apparently just like going around like dealing small town crime. But then we get the big showdown that in a normal movie. That would be the final fight, right, right? Twenty minutes into the movie, by the way. But yeah, I'm sorry. Jeff organization, I what I was hoping was going to happen at the end. And maybe this is a budget thing or or maybe just wasn't the right idea. I really think the movie would have landed with a much bigger wallop for me if they've been sitting at that train station waiting waiting waiting looking around, and then slowly people came in and one of them started the fly, and then the other one had fire shoot out of their hands. And the like it was this. Virgins point for all these superheroes who've been repressing their powers. And so we just see like the world has a wakened to superheroes. That would have been a such a bad ending to that movie. It's like, oh, we did it glass. Did it? He awoke all these latent superheroes who've been hiding themselves world that that wasn't the point though to even the wakened superheroes. I think it was more like just just awareness. Just like you can believe in something greater. Around. Right. I disagree. I think I think Jeff is right. That that was like his whole. Here's my big problem with the ending other than the execution is this to me feels like an ending that I would have liked in a different film that it's a very like it's an ending..
"fischler" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The annual March for life the Forty-six March for life, which again also falls around the same time the Roe versus Wade decision came out. That's Fischler would be on Monday that diversity which again, kind of opened the floodgates to unregulated abortion in the United States, we say unregulated because it's so tough to make legislative gates to even put your basic requirements of a meeting health care facility standards and things like that. There's a huge victory in this battle that came out of Texas last night, the fifth circuit court of appeals overturning a district court decision in favor of Planned Parenthood. That is allowing Texas to move forward with the defunding of Planned Parenthood. We have a question coming in right away of Facebook, Robin on Facebook. Right. What does this decision mean? For future cases across the US. Does. Establish a precedent? Well, right now, this whole of the fifth circuit, which is Texas the second largest state in the country, Mississippi, Louisiana, but harried also lays out a framework because we tried to do this fifth circuit court different judge panel judges but said no because you didn't provide any reasoning behind why you were going to de-fund Planned Parenthood Texas saw that said, okay. Let's put out a lot of reasons why we're going to do this at de-fund Planned Parenthood as as part of our Medicaid reimbursement program and the court said, that's the difference. So the fifth circuit lays out how to do it. So if Louisiana wants to go back and do it. They absolutely can use this as president now. But also, it will be up to the supreme court to decide whether or not they hear this case if not it could open the doors for other states different circuits to kind of follow the same path is Texas. I think you're absolutely correct. So I think if you look at two different jurisdictions, Louisiana and taxes, you have two different results. It's admittedly. We have two different panels of appellate court judges. But if you look at the Texas case in particular, it provides a roadmap a roadmap for other state to regulate Planned Parenthood and to de-fund Planned Parenthood for noncompliance with medical and ethical standards. And I think there is clear evidence on both the record in in the media, which suggests that Planned Parenthood routinely fails to comply with acceptable, medical and ethical standards. I think most Americans would agree that selling and profiting from fetal baby parts is and should be medically and ethically. Unacceptable Texas provides a roadmap, and I hope additional state legislators attorneys, generals and other. Others will look at this particular decision. But ultimately, I think it will be settled by the United States Supreme court..
"fischler" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Our next game is about food and books. So get ready to use that degree in English fritter. That's retook intestines. First up. Emily monjo. You used to work at a call center for concierge company. I did. Okay. What are what kind of requests were you asked to comb Sierra while I learned that people who have a lot of money have a very interesting way of understanding how the world works over. I had one who for his daughter's birthday party wanted to rent a giraffe for them to ride down the Las Vegas strip. All right, Emily when you ring in. We'll hear this. Your opponent is a rich Fischler. You're a high school physics and computer science teacher. But you used to be a biomedical engineer. Yep. That's pretty intense all of that together. Yeah. Why the switch from engineer to teacher? Well, for some reason the company I worked for moving me from making things to managing business. And that's not interesting to me, and I got bored and annoyed. And so I thought I would see if I could not be boarded annoyed with one hundred high school students every day. All right, rich when you ring in we'll hear this. Remember, Emily enrich. Whoever is more points after two games. We'll go to our final round. So this is a word game called cook. In the books. Each answer is the title of a well-known book with one word replaced with a rhyming food word, for example, if we said in this Louisa may Alcott classic. The March sisters taste the rainbow. You would answer skittle women. Because you see it's Little Women. Yeah. Skittle instead of understand. Yeah. All right here, we go on a pilgrimage tweet cathedral in Kent the characters in this middle English. Epoch by Chaucer tell stories about leafy dark green SuperFood found in salads that are trying too hard. Kale ter- berry tails? You're going to give you it though took book Canterbury tales and the the leafy green is kale. So the kale to bury dry. If you owe the Canterbury tales..