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"ford agency" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"They were also involved into the social survey. We thought she was a wealthy, famous person herself, and so they would take part in that, Uh, I call it the cocktails circuit. He was married to police. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays, She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who looked and when he came back. He said he found it too sad to come back. Yeah, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right. So he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that we love. Was this considered a nice house back then an upper level house. One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so, um, almost unaffordable. I'm not unaffordable to anything. It's a large packet of land even back then. And so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep is Pauline's wealth and her family wolf that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here, uh he didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where When he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency so that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your Ford. And it wasn't ready and the four agency was above it was had apartments and so they put him up in one day apartment. And, uh, he he liked it so much. Then he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around? No, no one was around and he used to. He ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. Could you send some of my books there when I found it. Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a standard way I want to say, maybe 30. This year's It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So what is this room? This is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway look when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he he really He knows it. And that's how we end up with four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall. But this does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the Paris years If you've ever read the book to Paris wife That's about her, um, appalling. Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily, but they moved to Cuba. And then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn to cover World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Walsh and she was his wife until the end. The legend will Cuba and we'll be right back with more of what made America great with Brian Killed me of Fox News radio special. So then I got some garlic and cool tones on there, And the rest is salad history. I mean, the best salad ever people and now I'm making the best app season. It's possible. I've got love in game betting Paula's and see the reward.
"ford agency" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"They would take part in. Then I call it the cocktail circuit. He was married to pelline. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves he she stays. She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived here. And when he came back, he said he found it too sad to come back. Yes, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right, so he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you love. Was this considered a nice house. Back then. An upper level has one of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so almost affordable. I'm not unaffordable to and it's a large packet of land even back then, and so it was almost unaffordable and very costly. The upkeep It's probably his wealth and her family wealth that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here, uh he didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where When he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency because that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your Ford. And it wasn't ready and the four agency would above it was I had apartments and so they put him up in one day apartment. And, uh, he he liked it so much in he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no no one around. No, no one was around, and he said he ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. They could You send some of my books down when I found Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a span of life. I want to say, maybe 30. This year's It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So where does this room this is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway looked when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really he knows it. And that's how we end up with the four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall. But this does give you an idea. He had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years if you will. Read the book to Paris wife that spot her, um, a Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on. Despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily, um, but they moved to Cuba and then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two After stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn cover World War two. He stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Welsh and she was his wife until the end. The alleged both Cuba and either we'll be right back with more of what made America great with Brian killed me of Fox News of Radio special. The first battle season sports books happens up to $5000 risk free people, and I told my team about the idea. Thank said I was being too wonderful and magnificent. I don't care how awesome this makes me. I'm doing the fun of people for this. Download the app and that first bit is up to $5000 Risk. Three. See the made an app for the people. People must be 21 offer.
"ford agency" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"So they would take part in there. I call it the cocktail circuit thing. He was married to police. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays. She stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived here. And when he came back. He said he found it too sad to come back. Yeah. He Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right, so he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you love. Was this considered a nice house back then an upper level. How One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so almost unaffordable. I'm not unaffordable to and it's a large packet of land even back then, um, and so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep. This Pauline's wealth and her family wealth that made this possible for them. So in the twenties when he gets here He didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where When he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency because that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on your board. And it wasn't ready and the four agency was about it was had apartment so they put him up in one day apartment. And he liked it so much. Then he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around. No, no one was around, and he said he ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. Could you send some of my books? Dan when I found it Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a span of life. Want to say maybe 30 ish years It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So where does this room this is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway look when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures are used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really he knows it. And that's how we end up with the four wives. I'm pretty sure that Pauline, his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the wall with this does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives so We have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years if you've ever read the book to Paris wife That's about her, Um Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily, but they moved to Cuba. And then, um, when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn covered World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Walsh and she was his wife until the end. We lived in both Cuba and either.
"ford agency" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"I call it the cocktails circuit things. He was married to police. Their divorce was finalized in 19 forties. Okay, and he leaves, she stays, she stays. She stays here until the end of her life in 1951. So in a lot of ways, this is really Pauline's house. She's just not the famous one who lived and when he came back, he said he found it too sad to come back. Yeah, he Hemingway was either the life of the party or he was burning bridges left and white right. So he had burned a lot of bridges in his divorce with Pauline. So the island was never a comfortable place for him to be again. So he stayed in Cuba, which gave him access to the deep sea fishing and the Spanish culture that you love was this considered a nice house back then an upper level house. One of the reasons that this house stayed vacant for so long is because it was so big because it was so, um, almost unaffordable, not unaffordable to and it's a It's a large packet of land even back then. And so it was almost unaffordable and very costly to upkeep as Pauline's wealth and her family wealth that made this possible for them So in the twenties when he gets here He didn't live in that house right away. No, he lived where The way he first lived in an apartment and over the Ford Agency because that he came here because he's supposed to pick up on you, Ford And it wasn't ready and the four agency would above it was I had apartments and so they put him up in one of the apartment. And, uh, he he liked it so much. Then he decided to come back right next year. I find it so interesting that he came here and there was no where no one around? No, no one was around and he used to. He ordered his books wants to show people what he actually does for a living. They didn't know who he was. They could You send some of my books there and what I found. Also interesting is that Key West was going bankrupt around the Depression. Yes, Yes, it was. It went from in a span of life. I want to say, maybe 30 ish years It went from being the one of the wealthiest cities per capita in America to being the poorest. Um, so and the depression with, you know the fishing in the shipping industries. So what is this room? This is the dining room. And if you look right here, this is the way Ernest Hemingway looked when he lived in Key West, and he looks a little bit more like Burt Reynolds or Magnum P. Then he does like Santa Claus and the pictures were used to seeing and then he's young and he's handsome and he's attractive. And he really know he knows it. And that's how we end up with four wives. I'm pretty sure that police his ex wife didn't have the other ex wives on the woman. This does give you an idea. We had four wives. Yes, we call this the wall of lives. So we have Hadley Richardson, who was the parish years if you've ever read The book, The Paris wife that spot her, Um, a Pauline Pfeiffer, who you know, was his wife within this house. Martha Gellhorn, who stole Hemingway from Pauline. Pauline didn't even realize what was going on, despite the fact that Martha was doing to her what she had done to happily. But they moved to Cuba. And then when Hemingway started the affair with Mary Welsh in World War two after stealing that job from Martha Gellhorn to cover World War two, he stole that job from her. She left him over that affair, And then he married Mary Walsh and she was his wife until the end. The original Cuba and Idaho. We'll.
"ford agency" Discussed on STEM-Talk
"Welcome to stem talk stem stem talk. Welcome to stem. Talk for introduce you to fascinating. People who passionately inhabit the scientific and technical frontiers of our society. Hi i'm your host on canadians and joining me to introduce today's podcast man behind the curtain. Dr ken ford agency's director and chairman of the double secret selection committee..
"ford agency" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Casey and Elliot. Do you think much of the media is going to be pursuing the Contra Biden email story over the weekend on Ly 11 reporter CBS reported by them of Bull. Erickson asked the $64,000 question. Ask it. I know it was a smear smear camp smear campaign against he 100 by Ron Johnson. Senator from Wisconsin was on with Maria Bartiromo yesterday, and he wants some answers from the FBI. The FBI has a duty to inform us if they believe this was maybe Russian disinformation. They should give us defensive briefing. They should tell us about that. If, for example, they also believe that one information this whistleblower Davis is fraudulent. I would also be a crime and the FBI should tell us fat. So we're trying to suss out of the FBI. What do they know? And when did they know it? Congressman Louis Gohmert says the FBI might be part of the actual problem. At some point. We gotta look at whether the FBI is part of the crimes being committed. And to do that, we cannot have the FBI investigating the FBI. Fair enough other way. Is there any doubt that this is actually Hunter Buyten's hard drive? No, even a compelling evidence? Because what you have is Hunter Biden saying, I don't know the whole buying your eyes. No. However, you have 100 by his lawyer, contacting the guy saying, I 100 bite his hard drive back. Well, it's pretty much a slam dunk there. And Rudy Giuliani told that on Mark Levin last night and daily called it was a great interview. Actually was a reporter was little what behind the earth, but Already schooled him up, but he's right and again now the attacks on Rudy on Bob Costello, who's another find US attorney. It works on Rudy's team took great pains to authenticate this. Make sure it's the real deal, and it is. But now we have another way of Ukrainian lawmaker. This story is just developing in the last couple of hours. He has now seized a second laptop belonging to Hunter Biden's business contacts. And apparently holdings the ones that were paying 100 Biden. You know, however much $6800 a month for access. They paid Joe Biden $900,000 for lobbying activities from very small holdings. According to this Ukrainian, a member of parliament, Andre Dear Koch. Koch publicized the documents at a press conference. This past week at the Interfax Ukraine agency describing the mechanism of how you get money, the Biden senior so again I don't know how much Jim or the F B I needs. This might be a taillight. Four or five different felonies committed here. Failure to register as a foreign agent. You're not supposed to be taking money from foreign countries or Ford agencies. That's why the president, calling them a criminal enterprise under by and of course left. He signed the They've got his signature on the course people can forge it. But the the owner and Wilmington of the computer repair shop said the guy was drunk or probably high or both. When he dropped off, Mr Crack, Okay, Computer's ready. And now, of course, FBI's top lawyer on child porn we understand is involved in the case. Interesting thing is some of the images apparently are younger, and they're very very, according to Rudy, explicit. On the 25,000 images, sexually explicit selfies and porn on this laptop. That is beside the point. I think right now, Steve Bannon is out Who's working with Rudy? Thing that binds are about to be hit with multiple stories. Quote we've set in motion the various apparatuses to release everything. And that's you know, just who knows if there's a treasure trove of stuff, So, basically, here's what we know. I mean, it's pretty easy to to explain this stuff. 100 Biden. Was being pursued by China, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Russia, Iran go right down the list to gain access to his father, which apparently he did at least With the chart calms. We have separate e mails now from a separate one of his business partners, always in jail isn't funny how Devon Archer and Bevin Cooney got in legal trouble, but Hunter Biden didn't Curious. But there's no bias by the way in our justice system. Don't leave. People think that you were right about that. All right. Mork, calling your calls and comments got more coverage here on the 100 by females because the rest of the media will not tell you the story. I read with a little bit of excitement over the weekend that the FBI was investigating it. A mental. I found out they're investigating it because they think it's Russian disinformation. Here we go again. Votes. Chris Ray is a swamp creature. You've got to get rid of this guy. This guy is bad news..
"ford agency" Discussed on STEM-Talk
"Welcome to stem talk. Stem. Stem, talk Welcome to stem talk for introduce you to fascinating people who passionately inhabit the scientific and technical frontiers of our society. Hi. I'm your host Carnegie and joining me to introduce today's podcast as man behind the curtain Dr Ken. Ford Agency's director and chairman of the Double Secret Selection Committee, that selects all the guests who appear on Stem Talk Hi Don d here today. So our guest today is after Tim Broaddrick who is a surgeon biomedical research and Development Innovator who has been a pioneer and laproscopy robotic tele robotic surgery he's had an absolutely fascinating careers at surgeon. A Darpa program manager and now as chief science officer here at IMC.
"ford agency" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Was up sixty eight percent from twenty eighteen and more people booked rides and Honda issued a U. S. recall for nearly a quarter of a million Odyssey minivans from the twenty eighteen through twenty twenty model years a wiring problem could cause a fire Jimmy back to you sorry thank you it's nine twenty one year of the program here on news radio six ten WYO day what's happened to the idea that we would buy here in the state of Florida by prescription drugs the bring the men from from Canada remember all that let's talk a bit about with merry make you secretary of the Ford agency for healthcare administration if all the agency of Twitter at eight H. C. A. underscore F. L. Good Morning America to talk to you good morning Jeremy thanks so much for having me on we had a problem with that tape I think this interview I did earlier this morning but clearly there was an issue with it and let me just go through the table what what we discussed here's what has to happen the federal government has to come in the they've got to change things the rule then that's all is Congress it's got to be kept informed Congress is jobs to make sure the drugs that come into the state or the country are along the right pipeline and that the pipeline is genuine and the drugs are are not contaminated separate center and that's what must happen in because the closeness of the relationship with governor dissenters in the present they are indeed of having a conversation this is going forward now the department of health and Human Services or whatever it is must make that decision and are making it in in Washington and then Congress as could be kept updated but they've got to be satisfied with pipeline that goes through you would think that perhaps the house representatives might block this because some of the present one to get down to lower prices over the senses once you get done a lower prices and then to pull OC diss knowing anything that they want to do as you know let's talk a little about fraud and you know the idea of fraud in the state of Florida is is epidemic it truly is Medicaid Medicare fraud we have more of than any place in the country and a lot I suggested to the idea of that of that the governor looked at several of you it it brought to our to Congress and about the not having the ability to above of credit card companies your call you and say well we know you would have bought this they call me once said you didn't buy software plumbing software did you know whatever but a lot of do that no yeah we we know you you didn't so we're gonna capture card issue a new one what banks could do that why can't they yeah okay the federal government what what's the difference here how much money would they save if they were able identify fraud the way the credit card companies I did have a for now I know you're still frog credit cards the oldest the still gets by but they catch a lot of it now more than ever before I would say they probably cut back at seven three quarters of it at least hi the hotel I mean I could trigger alerts like moments after I charge something down literally seconds yeah I do too it's so amazing what they've been able to do so let's hope that the our government can catch up with our private industry see this is another place where we're we're businessmen and women can can utilize this right why would trump wind up with the the head of master Carter bring him all the rooms are right how is this done can you look at our system to tell us how we can do the same thing for Medicaid and Medicare the cut out all of fraud how much money would save this year same thing that you're doing with credit cards tell us how you did it tells we need to invest in to be able to get it done because it'll save money in the long run a whole lot of I mean if you're gonna be a Medicare or Medicaid provider should you have to do the same thing that they do with a credit card if you're going to accept MasterCard or visa or whatever might be you have to go through certain things to be able to get that done in you know why in the world do they have a you know subtly of of some place taking Medicare some guide on the corner of your doing six thousand things a week when he needs their help no possibility to have enough machines to be able to take that each week you don't I mean that's the things that happen in order to go through this road to check here you go and what why again as it always South Florida regardless of what kind of front it is P. I. P. fraud Medicare Medicaid welfare all of its star either where either the top and have been for a decade.
"ford agency" Discussed on STEM-Talk
"Welcome to stem talk stem stem talk. Welcome to stem talk for introduce you to fascinating people who passionately. We inhabit the scientific and technical frontiers of our society. Hi I'm your host on Carnegie and joining me to introduce today's podcasts. As man behind the Curtain Dr. Ken Ford Agency's is director and chairman of the Double Secret Selection Committee. That sucks all the guests who parents Dumb Talk Don. Great to be here so our guest today is Dr Adam. Kenaka who is assistant. MM professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Community Health at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign and Adams lab called muscular-skeletal aging and metabolism lab is focused on aging in related research because of atoms belief that aging is greatest risk factor for just about every single chronic disease that exists in addition to doing research that looks at different ways to delay the onset that of age related diseases and functional decline. Adam has also done a lot of research related to the interaction of exercise with foreman. He and his colleagues had a paper in aging cell. That suggested Metformin metformin may blunt the health benefits of exercise and healthy older adults a study. That attracted a lot of attention and was highlighted in a story in the New York Times back in June. But before we talk about about that and get to today's interview with Adam we have some housekeeping to take care of. I we really appreciate all of you who have subscribed to talk and we are especially appreciative of all the wonderful five-star reviews. He's as always the double secret. Selection Committee has been continually and carefully reviewing itunes Google stitcher and other podcasts APPs for the wittiest and most lavishly praised bill reviews three downstream talk as always if you hear review renaissance them talk. Just contact us at stem talk at I. H M C dot. US claim your officials stem. Talk T shirt today. A are winning review was posted by someone who goes by the moniker. gallinaceous metabolic the review titled Orders of Magnitude Food More Info than most science. PODCASTS it reads. I've been dreaming of a podcast. Like stem talk for a long time. This guy has bad dreams. Scientists interviewing scientists for no other reason then the sharing of science is ideal for those of us with above average science knowledge knowledge and other podcasts. The desire to reach a common denominator audience forces the interviewee to spend the first hour of the podcast reinventing the wheel for the listener for some of us. This means that the first ninety minutes of podcast. We barely get a trickle of new information. That is new or useful stem stem. Talk is more like a fire hose of information including chats about the formative years of scientists which is fun as well although I have no interest in ai. Ah or robotics. I listened to these interviews as well because I know Ken will eventually find a way to slip in a question. About T- Tom. This could be the basis of a great drinking game watching dawn and Ken grow as podcasters over the past one hundred.
"ford agency" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Seven nine fifty two degrees it is definitely dropping out there the radar looking a lot of green and yellow that's not for three day packages for rain three seven potentially maybe some of white on that rate are this isn't about five anytime he said I was in the store early right these aren't even full yeah the green still at my house I'm supposed to go off this weekend war I don't that's good if they still gonna golf even now looking at that rate are now no I don't think so just miles was the worst all right I wanted to ask you guys so so Corey Corey pointed and you running a marketing agency in town and and and and your run on walking that kind of the DNC's coming next year there's a lot of positives I want to take the politics out of it there's a lot of positives for city when fifty sixty thousand people are coming here when you're featured on national in this case maybe some international coverage every day for a week talk about what in your worlds what this means to to Milwaukee and and kind of why this isn't a big deal I mean it's amazing it's going to be like the all star game plus the Harley one hundredth like rolled into one we're gonna be broadcast on a national stage I for us from Milwaukee it's going to be an excellent opportunity for revenue and for traffic just on a personal level I think it's going to be a great way to prove to people in Milwaukee is a is a great place are we ready for primetime I hope so and that's something that I'm very comfortable talking about two is is this is literally the opportunity of a lifetime from walk in all of twenty twenty with that and the Ryder Cup coming is another big yes we have the opportunity to show off what we know and they would probably agree with me on this is that what we what we think is the best city in the country that no one really knows about still I mean we're going on the national stage this is our day for all all of all the restaurants all of the the bars everybody to show off the hospitality that Milwaukee is nice hope we get it right you mentioned restaurants and bars we have a great restaurants in Milwaukee and some fantastic older and newer bars what else is there and if you don't let me just play devil's advocate what else is is about Milwaukee the people to say well that's unique I didn't know that existed well there's a lake there's a big lake there and I think that all the things many ocean on it is I think the people I've brought in from out of town whether it's people that running from DC or body from Baltimore is is they don't realize how big of a lake it is but they also don't realize how Jason it is to the city of Milwaukee and all the things that we can do it it is the most beautiful like friends that you have is I I think from an eye candy standpoint the city is very very attractive and I just want the experience of all these people coming in to be what we know it can be this could be all southeast Wisconsin I mean this hotels are sold out into Chicago to Madison yeah all over and there's an opportunity for people to rent out their own house which you know I think I did that and if the Harley one hundred and it's gonna be like Airbnb just exploding you mentioned story Korean were actually going back and forth yesterday it's now the top Airbnb location for next year is that special I mean that's just showing what's gonna happen still early in the game is I have employees are renting out their places for ridiculous amounts of money so it's good for everybody in the city all right so I I I I said that in the what what can we sell what's the challenges here what's something that were not so yeah anxious to see played out on the transportation side is something that is going to be harder than people expected me not if they extend the hop to the visor forum which sounds like that may be happening that's a good thing but this is not a taxi city so I think you have to really count on Hoover and do we have enough will lift drivers so that's really bring it up to you as as I was actually talking about this in the office and some have brought up that in Philadelphia as having more people called in sick during the DNC there than ever in the history and they all when it became uber drivers it just because the ability to get the search pricing in a bunch of other stuff so you're getting double paid if you're taking PTO I hope the infrastructure the city allows us to have the transportation that we need but it is a definite concern you mention any that you can get revenue based on this I'm swimming at revenue on in your publication online publication yeah definitely and that some you can tap into for sure and and it's we've seen it happen and when other offensive what not like this but nearly like this have happened you don't get a surge in traffic a surgeon ad revenue not unlike a newspaper doing better during election season and and and Corey for your business I am a marketing agency I might be a little longer play but that's potentially you could be designing some things for that yeah there's some significant are peas out in the city for the DNC for lots of different things and I think the fact that the DNC wants using walkie based everything whether it's a general contractor type stuff Ford agency staffers digital work as as we're very excited about the opportunities are part of us Cory savage and eternal joining for the Friday for sponsoring network out after the break real quick hit on the NBA China NBA trying to grow their brand in the developments this week are kind of interesting because it's forced a lot of people kind of reconsider how they think about that process in this is that this is some of been going on since the eighties NBA stretching beyond the store the United States last my guess that question and more the big question after the break eleven twenty six minutes for the on the our news parkway joined by down there any turn off Corey savage all.
"ford agency" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"From the get go you know door locks garage doors you know the lights surround sound all the stuff that you can control what your phone that in some instances it's a little bit harder more challenging to you know to do after the fact right and then secondarily you know more expensive I do so I do wonder though long term especially because of the way technology changes how long not technology is going to be good for and then what the cost is going to be a ranger at all yeah it's it's renew because basically if you get in on that you it's like everything is like a the iPhone right every six months to a year ago out new stuff and then in three years it's like all my stuff outdated well and where to go to a house yeah the old intercom system right that nobody use that was state of the art right. I mean we talk about using yeah I can do this on my phone I can you did do that from my phone but really it's not any more convenient I would argue it's actually less convenient to do these things from your phone so I do think eventually probably not very long there's gonna be some other way to do this stuff and all of that's going to be a smart panels in the house. it's going to be it's going to be different I do think it will be costly but again that is what's driving a lot of sales right now for peace that's one of the perks that people like about new construction I've no doubt any again with lower taxes lower insurance gender we can go we could do a whole show about the benefits of buying new construction and how we can help you because we can pay the builders against each other we can tell you the pros and cons we can we can take you lots of different communities and help you pick the right one based on what knowledge that we had let me tell you there is a lot of new construction going on right now but there is actually a lot of in fighting for buyers among builders right now I don't even two years ago is not like that and a lot of you know consumers like addict a friend of mine that was asked about buying a new house I was giving them some tips on those like me got you let us go in for you because we we know we can track what they do and don't do they're telling you there Sir they're telling you that but the reality is of course are going to tell you that because they represent in their best interest we can help you get a better deal we can tell we can to show them what we got that for another customer all those types of things because I get kind of goes back to buying power we we have a little bit more leverage some of the builders because how much business we do you know we saw we sold Lou you know gobs of new construction homes for all these builder so we can go in and say look I can keep bring you business but how bout you give this guy you know this or or break so we'll be back to wrap up the show we might talk about eighty to a nightmares or we may not because I feel like I've actually to raise a lot but yeah I really just love them sometimes because some of the stuff we have to get you to get home sold that makes absolutely zero sense at all we may not talk about it we'll see I'm gonna see if they talked me because of what. yeah and they me talk me out of this during the break we'll be back after a quick break on the dock and do a show enter docket here an owner at strategic title and I've seen first hand what it's like to have a real estate transaction go sideways because of it an experience title agency why I joined with Ford agency network to start strategic title to provide exceptional service and fees all matter be any other agency as well as top of the line I. T. security to protect your money from some of the worst wire transfer scams if you want to close your.
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"Welcome to stem talk stem stem talk welcome to stem talk for introduce you to fascinating people who passionately we inhabit the scientific and technical frontiers of our society hi. I'm your host on Canada's and joining me to introduce. Today's podcast is the man behind the curtain. Dr After Ken Ford Agency's Director and chairman of a double secret sex and committee that selects all the guests who appear on Stem Talk Hulu Don great to be here today so today we have part two of our interview with Dr Dixon pommie microbiologist and ecologist who is emeritus professor of public and Environmental Health at Columbia University part one of our interview focused on his nearly thirty years of research into intracellular parasitism especially trick analysis paralysis one of the world's. It's largest intracellular parasites discussion today centers on vertical farming which is a concept that Dick and his students came up with in nineteen ninety nine and when his book vertical farms I feeding the world in the twenty first century came out in twenty ten there were no vertical farms in the world today there are vertical farms throughout the US and around the globe but before we get to part two you of our interview with Dick. We have some housekeeping to take care of. I we really appreciate all of you who have subscribed to stem talk and we are especially appreciate all the wonderful five star reviews double secret selection committee has been continually and carefully reviewing itunes. Google stitcher and other PODCASTS APPS for the witness was lavishly praised filled reviews to read on some talk as always if you hear review read on some talk just contact us at some talk at I h Mc us to claim your officials stem talk teacher to today. Our winning review was posted by someone who goes by Dr John Deluca the reviews titled the Best In class it reads. It's the Premier Science Medicine podcast. You always come out a little bit smarter after listening. Thank you Dr John Deluca and thank you to all Oliver other. Some talk listeners have helped sock become such a great success okay and now unto today's interview with Dixon diplomacy extended stem talk stem talk. I WANNA get to vertical farming in twenty ten. You wrote a book that I in fact have called the vertical farm feeding the world in the twenty first century and at that time there were no vertical farms and by vertical farms a took it that you meant I think think you said this a building taller than single story where people can grow their food and this seemed like a crazy idea. I think in twenty ten but this is catching on and are springing up all around. I wonder if you could just tell us a little bit about this idea that you had and how you see going forward. I'm happy to to make I can make a long story short in this case in two thousand in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven excuse me was the last year that was funded from the National Institutes of health. Although having geographic twenty seven consecutive years is an honor and a privilege That's a good. I wish that I could have had it for another three years because I really had a lot of other things to do. I wanted to get to but I never did get to them. So that point I was in transition between now. What do I do and so it occurred to me that I love teaching. I love relating being stories so went on ages do similar teaching I to sort of get by head back in the game so to speak and so I began to teach a course at these public health called medical ecology. I I wanted to teach something ecological and I wanted to bring some of these stories that have been relenting here to to them as well and to teach them that public health is not the the science of separating humans from nature but rather allowing us to live together with nature in harmony in a way that doesn't cause disease right so oh that's a difficult concept so let's talk about ecology I then and so I use the word medical because I wanted to attract people from the Medical Center it was Kinda. Come on on a little bit of a Charlatan approach to the naming of the course but nonetheless I got some very interesting soons and in fact the first year I got seven committed students and so that really wanted to know more about ecology and the ecological aspect of ecology so I began by going through the litany of the things that if you damage this this is what happens to advantage that this is what happens about halfway through they got very depressed because they realized that no matter which way you look we're damaging the earth in every every direction you can think of and as a result more and more at risk from various disease entities both infectious and uninfected so I said well that's the way it'll real girls works but what else would you like to know remember. This is their money their time but I said what. What issue do you think would be important to work on? That might have some ability to cataract. Some of this negativism sought to come back to me and they all came back and they said the same thing. I think you know I think we should work on something to do with food. I said Great. That's a great idea. what did you have in mind and I said well we think that if we put rooftop gardens on the buildings buildings of New York that could accommodate them that we could probably produce a lot of food and we could probably feed people that are not being fed properly. Now I said Great. That's that's a wonderful project. I'm glad to abandon my lecture series and to support you in this but you have to do the science and they looked into said what science well. You have to tell me how many rooftops I and you have to tell me how big they are. You have to tell me what kind of crops you're going to grow and you have to tell me how many people you WanNa feed. You have to tell me how many calories per person you you need to feed them in order to make this idea work so oh they loved it that that gave them direction and they went off and did some research and I guided them through getting in some of the literature together at NASA had a lot of information on us too and we came back at the end of the year and they said well. We've determined that in Manhattan there's X. Amount of land we raised the most energetic crop which turns out to be rice provide we could feed two percent of Manhattan and it looked almost started to cry. You know there's no matter which way we look this is not gonNa work and so we're very disappointed and that's when I said I said wait a minute. Wait a minute. You did a good job. You actually got the answer we're looking for. I just wasn't the answer you wanted but you did the science and in Newton and doing the science it doesn't matter what what the answer is. It matters that that's the right answer. I said what if you took the rooftop garden idea and moved it in the building itself and I got a six story walkup got got six floors now a lot of abandoned apartment houses in New York City. We could we convert them to these firms that you could have a knowledge that you could crazy food all year and they looked at me and say we can actually do that. And of course I said you could but they didn't notice that my nose was growing longer and longer as is talking because I had no idea that you could do that but I was gonNA. Tell him no. You can't do that either so I said yes. Of course you can do that. So then of course I went home that summer and my wife and I begin to talk about this and the next year actually offered this as as a project for the next year's class in the same course and they gladly took it and now there were twelve students and they worked out the dynamics of a building that was half a city block in footprint fifty stories tall that could produce enough food various kinds to feed fifty thousand people. I said those buildings. Would you need in order to feed the entire eight million people in New York. That's not that many buildings folks. That's less than two hundred buildings when you consider New York City has more than a million buildings and you could feed all these wow that's so the next year we got into more details in the next year and finally had ten ten years worth of that class that that's the point when I decided to sit down and write the book but you'll notice in the book. It was hard cover book that came out I there were no pictures of vertical article farms because there weren't any the next year period repress picked up the contract and wanted to produce a soft cover version of the book though as you would have a wider distribution so they did and at that point there were three and they're in the soft cover book. You can see them that was in two thousand eleven so from two two thousand and eleven two thousand nineteen. The number of vertical farms went from three to I haven't got faintest idea of how many there I actually actually don't know. There are seems to be quite a few there are and I can tell you the country with the most is Japan and there was a good reason for that because they had this horrible Salami back in two thousand eleven and they lost five percent of their farmland one hour when the tidal wave came over the the break wall aw in the Sendai and trashed all the farmland and Sendai. They lost five percent. Yeah makes sense and land is valuable in Japan Yankus yeah exactly clear-eyed exactly so so then other countries picked up on this idea Taiwan and Singapore and China and and you're right. You're absolutely right. You can't go anyplace now. No not find some activity with regards to forming and it's it's a miracle I would say that a good idea it's become a great idea because people with money and and desire and understanding decided to do it and I can't take credit for that they they they have to take the credit for that speaking of them popping up everywhere as we discussed custer earlier. Nancy and I are building a house like an hour south of Jackson. Hole Jackson is you know has grown season of maybe three or four months and ended trucks in over steep mountain passes the majority of its produce which is is problematic there and there's now a vertical farm right downtown downtown. That's located on city owned property. It sort of an infill lot that the city could really use for anything it's connected to a big parking gene garage and now there's a quite a nice vertical farm that produces the equivalent of ten acres they say.
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"Now we're back with the official real estate agents of the Tampa Bay Lightning and the best realtors in Tampa Bay Andrew Duncan on the Duncan do well real estate show. we're back on the Duncan do real estate so happy Sunday again I'm Robert Johnson president of the Duncan do well here with terror and so forth our senior listing partner and my court again from cross country more goods we've been talking about investing a little bit new construction back to investing one of the articles this week was five crucial questions to ask before you buy a fixer upper we've kind of talked about some of the things before remodeling why you live in a home etcetera etcetera but these are specific to an investor you know you decide you want to invest in real estate. go through some questions to yourself before you make that jump and buy a fixer upper so number one what's my motivation I think this is you know something they they tell us as far as even more talking to sellers you know what's their motivation whether they want to do and I think as an investor on the opposite side of that you to figure out what your motivation as when you're wanting to invest in real estate and I think that there's a couple different ways that I can go it can be do you want to flip this property do you want to make a higher return are you looking to you know make it really really nice and maybe not make as much return but maybe a let that lead to other projects or are you wanting to buy a property for rental and I think that that is almost like two different ways of investing in real estate whether you're wanting to buy rental property or whether you're wanting to buy flip property and I know town we talked to investors a lot of times you know they're not really sure what way they want to go but I think somebody who's flipping a property is definitely very different than somebody who has rented out of property for awhile and then wants to sell it absolutely and I also think there's a third reason to it if if if somebody is looking to buy a home okay and can only afford needs a certain square footage but only can afford a certain price point right they may be leaning toward something that's a fixer upper where they can put sweat equity into it. and and and and make their money back in a long term investment so so there's all different ways but you know there's also to depend on your credit score what kind of mortgage can you get you know a lot of these don't qualify you know for your first time home buyer loans or things like that so there's so many questions to ask yourself before you're buying something like this yeah and I think that you know if you're planning to buy a home and you're playing to live in the property you know one of things article says about motivation as. you know you can get a lot of times a compare of all home again we were just talking about this that's in need of a little fixer fixing up for twenty to twenty five percent less than something that's totally a hundred percent brand new move in ready and you can you know make those improvements over time while you're already living in the house and not necessarily throwing money away on rent. number two where am I going to live during the renovations this is very important might have you ever renovated the house. I have and I actually last how my bought I'm renovated while living there and now. yeah you know it's a long story but we went out with your tester mayor. for sure and we went without a a functional kitchen for several mines in a mine is minds yeah it was it was a long process and and it certainly was a task so yeah it is important to know because you know things can happen that wasn't in the plan right but as these things go sometimes things I don't work out the way that you want to so it's important to think out what it what happens if something goes wrong can you actually live in the property you know what inconveniences are you or can you put up with while you're there it's important yeah I mean we know somebody on our street who is getting ready to embark on a very big renovation to their property and they have to they're actually adding a second floor and they have to live somewhere for over a year and they're gonna live with family for over a year and I'm wondering how on that that's gonna last because I could not live. for a year but you know if the kitchen is the heart of your house I mean you're talking about several months remodel of a kitchen you're talking that you have to be okay not only not using that space for that long but also having people in and out of literally the heart of your home for months and a lot of people don't want to do that you know. number three what's my remodeling budget. this is very important. and a lot of stuff with remodeling comes up during the process so you definitely want to build then an overage I was just gonna say this is a very slippery slope and you you definitely want to have a contingency budget I would highly recommend getting multiple different quotes and ideas and what could go wrong and everything else it's not as simple as going to home depot and picking out some things and saying okay it's gonna be right that you know I think there's like an old adage that says everything cost twice as much and takes to it you know twice as long to get it done and and so well that's not always true but you definitely want to have contingencies in there yeah and I think that a lot of times if you're buying a fixer upper that may be older you know a lot of times when you open up those walls especially in areas like bathrooms kitchens anything like that you're gonna get some surprises so it's definitely something that you want to pay attention to and be cognizant of because it's probably not going to cost only what you expected so have a good amount of over aids in your budget and really when you're planning it stick to your base budget so you have room to either first surprises or you have room to add things in that you might want later down the line like nicer fixtures or something like that. number four how am I going to pay for everything this is very important and I think that this is really what makes a fixer upper more challenging to some people than I think they realize when they're looking for a home because I I think that on paper a lot of people think oh yeah I can I can fix this up after I move in and you realize the difference between something that's new and perfect in the way you want it is you don't have to do all the work number one but you also get that perfect price that's built into the mortgage which is a very low interest rate and when you're actually improving something when you live there you're shelling out the cash you're getting a home equity loan you're taking out loans putting things on credit cards I mean it's an expensive process and there are special loan products that they go through that yeah so there's a there's a couple of different ones out there on the market one is a two or three K. loan on that is a backed by Haidar FHA I don't think that loan is used enough that's a great loan it is it is a great loan I'm it is meant for owner occupied properties only so you can't do it as an investor on that goes in there most of time you're not gonna be able to live in the property while it needs to get done and there there certainly are rules on on how you go about it but it is a great way to finance some of those repairs into the purchase of the home and get that planned out on it requires certain licenses from the contractors and friend to be hard to prove so everything's on the up and up and it really can be a great way to take something especially today where we talk about at the lower end where people might not be able they can utilize along to get into a property that you know and get what they really want so they go see the house and the like all my gosh but I need a new kitchen I need right bath and everything else and this is a great tool to be able to do those for the appraiser comes and and really it's different in the beginning because they are a look at the appraisal as what the homes were. after all countermeasures that you want to make that race god yeah so you you go out and you say Hey I want to do this this and that's right we get bids for at all those bad by again by a HUD approved you know contractor license contractor that is all given to the appraiser and then the appraiser comes in with that information and gives an after improved value and that's what the loan is based on what the after improve value is gonna you know is going to be so that's how it works and. from what I remember on the few FHA two or three K. loans that I've done those funds I mean everything goes out like at closing right I mean it's it's pretty quick yeah I saw it yeah I mean all the funds go out everything but the the draws I'm for the construction work usually are done in a two step process on that go through in your lender will handle those draws and work with the contractors to make sure everybody gets paid when they're supposed to get paid so on and so forth and you as the the buyer don't need to you know handle that yeah I think we could see a lot more of those of people were just a little more knowledgeable about the process because it's really a great loan product I think out of all the homes I've ever sold I've I think buyers have used it like twice yeah I I think so too and I think that's why when when you are looking for your next home or a you know if your first time home buyer and don't really know how the process works you know reach out to us and we'd be more than happy to educate to educate you on what's the best Avenue for. number five am I prepared to manage this project this is a very important final step because I do think that this is some this is a project a lot of times is very highly emotional and it also takes a high amount of knowledge to get everything right and I know people think that their experts from watching H. G. T. V. and all these these great renovation shows and really the fact of the matter is renovation is nothing like those shows it's never you know. Victor until there's one problem and then you're over that problem and then it turns out even better than you thought and everyone's happy that's not really how renovation as renovation a lot of times is problem after problem after unexpected step after yeah perfection and then another problem and then eventually you kind of end up being done over the course of the time and it's a lot of different different things to juggle you know you're you're going hearing you're picking out there so you're making sure the contractor show up on time you know you're getting frustrated when they don't show up for a week I mean you're really juggling all they're still trying to perform your normal day job trying to live somewhere visiting the project I mean this is something that people that do this full time really struggle with I mean there are contractors that literally manage these projects for a living and they have a job for a reason and it's just it's hard to do that on your own and I know that we've we've seen everything when it comes to people managing on seven mean we've come in where people were I mean I have a listing right now where somebody was flipping the property they got most of the way through the flap and they ran out of money and they they they were trying to manage that they had never done a flip before so wasn't even something that they were gonna live and and they just ran out of money and they had the the house repossessed from them by their lender which was a private lender and it's just it's a nightmare and it was all because they thought that they knew how to flip a property when really they didn't and we talk to people like that all the time all the time so make sure that you're you're really versed on these things just five good tips not to scare anybody but but fixer uppers can actually be a great way to go just make sure you have your ducks in a row and you're prepared to deal with a lot of things that come up during the pre that come up during the process so we'll be back right after a quick break and I last thing here on the desk and do a real stage show and you don't get here an owner at strategic title and I've seen first hand what it's like to have a real estate trains. action go sideways because of it an experience title agency why I joined with Ford agency.
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"I'm Jim Boswell will lead it off on the diamond and the second game back in Saint Louis. Joining the angels back in twenty twelve hour pools on Saturday, and he gave the cardinals fan something. They remember often with him at the plate to whole driven to laugh at this way, pack there. Alber pull it out. Oh my goodness. Our goal is thirteenth homerun a line drive, smash into the angels, both bad, and everybody's standing plotting and Saint Louis Roxie Bernstein, Chris singled over the call Aaron ESPN radio pools connected up the coda Hudson in the seventies thirteen of the season. Got a standing ovation as rounded the bases and had this post game for those former faithful card fans into or on the very thing. Into Bill going whole everything, and you and those hard or so thinking that I was I hate it out. And you know you don't think mine, she just. You just hear the crowd about moment as you walking on base. This everybody should being aside just that I treasure forever. Yeah. What am I saying they're not former fans, they still love them today? Even with angels uniform took a curtain call after going deep. But more Selo Zona connected to lead Hudson, and the chords past the angels, four to two so much respect for the former cardinals star, even from the pitcher who served up the long ball Hudson on Fox Sports midwest. I mean is one of one of the best players everywhere cardinals uniform. So there's a little bit of an adrenaline rush every nine header. So is a lot of fun to be able to compete against him. Yeah. With carrying round watching. All time. Yankee Drakkar top one in five straight games. The Yankees have mas- heard on the yes network geo or Shilla Austin role mind went deep the Yankees. They've heard their hit as you just heard twenty five straight gains with long ball that ties the nineteen forty one Yankees for the most in franchise history. The two thousand two Texas Rangers hold the major league. More at twenty seven straight games with a long ball, Giancarlo Stanton. Hit a pair of go ahead two run singles. The Yankees beat the stroz seven five it's their eighth straight win Houston lost their seventh in a row in a match up of American League. Division leaders, Freddie gets into one. It's a deep to right field. Mookie Betts is barely gonna move. Is it fair? Yes. Over the pesky bowl, Freddie Galves has his eleven th home run of the year, a mud jesting power to run shut down the right field. Y yes, spreading gal is rowdy. Telus hit back to back home runs to help the Blue Jays rally from six run deficit and best Red Sox. Eight seven Eric. So way four pitch bases-loaded, walk to break the eighth inning ties Toronto hands Boston his second loss in the last ten games. You're listening sportscenter all night on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. I'm Jim bass from the NBA the Lakers are looking to free up money by offloading contracts. But the target may not be Kemba Walker. But instead, a return of Dangelo Russell Bleacher report says the team plans to have face to face meeting with Russell when free agency officially begins on June, thirtieth, and while they're trying to clear up space. They're also trying to convince Anthony Davis to wave is four million dollar trade kicker Russell did leave LA on good terms in former team president Magic Johnson publicly questioned his leadership ability, but magic is now gone and Russ. Sle is said to have mutual interest in a return to LA should the net signed Cairo Europe being let him walk or net executive Bobby marks on how the Brooklyn nets navigate being players now in this free in game. They cleared about a million dollars when they moved that pick to the clippers for a future first round pick. And they are. They've got position to New York to go out and to get to max players. The question will be if they have the opportunity to go out and get a Kevin Durant, and Kyrie Irving. They still need to move about one point three million dollars in ru at a player here in the difference between Brooklyn and New York is that Brooklyn still has the angel-. Russell is restricted free agent so they can bring back Russell go out and get a player like Tobias Harris and those two players. There were New York is a little bit different where they don't have that all star under under contract already Kyrie's potential signing in Brooklyn does have ties to Kevin. Durant, another gray free, despite the Killys injury. Brian win horse pens this essay with fem- katie's decision igniting free agency. Kevin Durant free agency was always expected off the NBA to not in this way. Try to stay with. After tearing his achilles terrible mood in the finance. He's gone from an impactful free agent. One of the most mysterious is ever seen choice. We'll sit up dominant who have ripple throughout the week. The Knicks take again. Katie join in the Knicks. I think would be great for the whole NBA basketball. David been on the hunt for a superstar game changer as long as they can remember the Marist itemize, Dan. Komo Anthony was a near miss. That's Zingo is best start. Your may be headed. Anthony Davis is no longer enough to run players like number three RJ Barrett. Dennis Mitchell, and Mitchell Robinson developers. Recovers may be legit option albeit a risky. Mindset that makes every other domino fall with the clippers go for they have the flexibility to go in any direction. They have a terrific mix gifted players polish. They're gonna take sway to Leonard, if they miss they can move onto Durant, in the lie on their deep roster compete as he recovered warms in California with some maneuvers. They should have signed, both could it be the nets Brooklyn has been hearing cap space last several making for to moving appears to be lining up to be one, and they've been scheming to make Durant, the other now perhaps Irving closed down the fort with the nets other young pieces. They wait for Durant attorney with him already recovering, New York. It's a serious possibility. This is going to be the craziest summer ever. What if he just stays home with the warriors Golden State was bracing for these now they could turn crisis doing opportunity offering a five year contract to warriors have the chance to show him support? News that we have been longside Thompson, perhaps flip the script to go for being seems a mercenary to selfless devoted to then returned to make another run. That sounds like a fairytale in the end it's about selling vision two teams to Durant and Durant to the teeth. If they're both right. They could be right. Big. They're wrong. Well, this was true tragedy. More NBA free agency later in the show, who has the inside track on Koa. Why we will explore trades overshadow the second day of the NHL draft PK sue bond, and Patrick Marlowe were on the moving pair of deals. The devils acquired Sudan from the prayed for a pair of young players in a pair draft picks New Jersey landing defenseman a day after taking center. Jack us number one overall on Friday. It's time for straight talk. Brought to you by straight talk wireless. Sabban won twenty thirteen Norris. Trophy was limited to sixty three games just last season. While scoring nine goals and twenty two cyst. Let's bring in ESPN NHL national reporter, Emily Kaplan, who's been in Vancouver site of the draft. And Emily, there are a host of defense on that trade market with Sudan, the first to go, what were you impressions of the deal prize? But it wasn't a huge surprise the Nashville predators. Clearly to do something to their roster after two straight years of playoff. Out. And honestly, they need to pass base to get a Ford agencies that ban win, of course, are probably going to be talking about him as a locker distraction because personality for the devil also them announcing themselves. The New York market is getting really competitive today, the playoffs last year. The Rangers just take true rebuilt about the over. I think they're going to spend rate is they and now the devil saying, hey, we're here to say this is going to help them saying fine Heller hopefully long run. Yeah. Emily characterized sue bonds game right now. He's paid like a top pairing defenceman. Does he play like that still? Yes. Last year was a career worth, only sixty three games offense number that I wasn't quite himself. He wasn't quite a twenty thirteen Norris trophy winner that we've seen, but he's not to sell themselves by any means be thirty years old. He's still an elite offense events been any don't think that he can produce at very, very high level. Interesting. I mentioned names nyc Nicoletti Justin Faulk matter of fact, Carolina has several defenseman that could be on the market. Shane Gaza spares. Well, does this open the door for other trades blue line? Sure, does there's only we talked to David toil afterward. The credit there's fourteen Casey van because I thought it was interesting. I think there should be a lot more. But every team now use help on the blue line and the problem is that letters coveted often don't get traded usually by Arkham stance because PK's cap had or take through and long-term on. And when a pack. So I think it will over the market. But I'm not sure it's gonna win it wide open. That's not how operates usually don't eat events of joy, Patrick Marlowe Molise to the canes. Frees up money get JT Miller from the lightning free agency players can talk to other teams as early as Sunday so where the dominoes begin to fall here. One of the biggest names on the market are Panara? And he's expected to begin his period and Florida along with eight but you use because I think the New York Rangers would be in on him as well. And the pup stand on the markets Matthew Shane, and now that the Nashville predators, they'd all the cafes their favorite for him. So one those guys are settled, I think everyone else is gonna to play and believe Kaplan. ESPN's NHL national reporter, Emily. We certainly appreciate the inside in that is straight talk wireless, everything for less only at WalMart. The NHL salary cap for next season has been set eighty one and a half million, which is a million and a half lower than initially projected more diamond doings up next. Dodgers crack another walk off, Jack. While a Mets rookie continues to swing for the record books that and the Korean zombie on display. You.
"ford agency" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"And that's embraceable. And I think that's why that character work is that he he would go and he would kill someone. And then he'd go home, and he'd have to deal with his sons homework or tardiness wife is complaining he was just the guy dealing with the stuff that we all deal with and and you go I I know what that guy's dealing with. But Walter white didn't go to a therapist and breaking band. No. He didn't have he didn't have time. He had the clock was ticking. Yeah. On Walter whites. Do you think about that was that ever broached in the in the script that he would actually be confessing to somebody? I think I think Vince Gilligan did consider something like that. But it seemed it seemed to slow down the pace and the tempo of what he was trying to do. And as you notice as the seasons went on it it quickened we lost some of the humor of the earlier seasons. When things got more tense and desperate and naturally the humor falls away because it's too. Horrific to to witness. So we also brought up sex in the city came out before the sopranos and say here's HBO with sex in the city, which was that was different. Yeah. I go back to hillstreet blues as maybe a TV show that kind of and you were on an episode of hillstreet blues, weren't you? I was I played Dennis Francis. Lawyer. I I was I was I don't know twenty eight years old I play his lawyer. I would they're hiring me for the lawyer. Really? I was surprised but they did. And yet that was a ground-breaking show, Steven Bochco and wonderful wonderful work, and I went onto four different productions of Stephen Botka, botch goes because his you did LA law. I did an episode of LA law, and then I had two experiences that weren't so good on on his shows. One was called Brooklyn south. Where I was hired to play an internal affairs cop. Yeah. And I never got a script. It was just sides in those days, my fax machine at night was rolling off. And you had to cut the paper in between remember that? And I would have reams of dialogue, and I'm working at six thirty tomorrow morning, and just blocks and blocks of dialogue and names and events, and I'm going I know what I'm saying. And so I just had a pounding headache throughout the entire eight days. It was terrible. Could you have handled success that you've had now when you're twenty eight years old? I don't I don't know. I mean when I was twenty five I moved to New York to be on a soap opera, so in a small dose. I had like oh look at that. I'm working as an actor and dating models from the Ford agency and things like that. It would really fantastic really. Yeah. Let's talk about that. Oh, it was. It was a good time. This is the roaring eighties. Man. I eighty three eighty four if you ever go to studio fifty four. Yeah. How'd you do? I. What did you do? You just go, and you dance, and you and you meet some people and you're going back room, and you have some fun. And did you have any famous friends back then? No, I I was I didn't know anybody. And I was really young. And I still don't know to this day who anybody is. You know, it's like way. Really? I really don't. I know you. Yeah. You guys that adds. I know these guys who who's your famous friends now. Tom Hanks is a friend, and he's is a big, but only because our wives of known each other for forty years for maybe longer. It's an so that's how I got to know him. And he's yet as Tom Hanks ever made you mad now is he is he capable of making you mad. I think if he did something despicable..
"ford agency" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I can cry right now. Okay. Are we having cry off? Yeah. We can for crying out loud. That's what we're doing. We're crying out loud. This is how you win in these right here. Can you can you can see my eyes are watering up a little bit. I'm tearing up a little bit. Yes, you're very needy. This. Complimentary sweater. Morning. I'm this way. All the time. We were talking about twenty year anniversary of the sopranos. And we were wondering would breaking bad have been made. If we didn't have the sopranos. I don't think so are they would they were able to David chase was able to do and creating a character. Like, Tony soprano was certainly paving the way to allow the space for someone like Walter white to exist. Yeah. It was it was groundbreaking because you I don't know if you root for the bad guy, but you don't root against it. Feels like there's empathy for the bad guy. Well, it it is it's not that clear. What you root for is humanity. When you see the humanity, and Tony soprano, for instance, the element of going to a therapist says he's searching he's looking for something else looking for some measure of wholeness as a human being, and that's embraceable. And I think that's why that character work is that he he would go and he would kill someone. And then he'd go home, and he'd have to deal with his sons, homework or tardiness or his wife is complaining. He was just the guy dealing with the stuff that we all deal with and you, and you go, I know, I know what that guy is dealing with. But Walter white didn't go to with therapist city and breaking bad. No. He didn't. He didn't have time. He had the clock was ticking. Yeah. On Walter white. Do you think about that was that ever broached in the in the script that he would actually be confessing to somebody? I think I think Vince Gilligan did consider something like that. But it seemed it seemed to slow down the pace and the tempo of what he was trying to do. And as you notice as the seasons went on it quickened, we lost some of the humor of the earlier seasons. When things got more tense and desperate and naturally the humor falls away because it's too horrific to to witness. So we also brought up sex in the city came out before the sopranos, and here's HBO with sex in the city, which was different. Yeah. I go back to hillstreet blues as maybe a TV show that kind of and you were on an episode of hillstreet blues, weren't you? I was a I played Dennis Francis. Lawyer I was. I don't know twenty eight years old that play his lawyer. I would they're hiring me for the lawyer. Really? I was surprised but they did. And that was a ground-breaking show. Steven bochco. And wonderful, wonderful work. And I went on to do four different productions of Stephen Bochco is because his you did LA law. I did an episode of LA law, and then I had to experience that weren't so good on on his shows. One was called Brooklyn south where I was hired to play an internal affairs cop. And I never got a script. It was just sides in those days, my fax machine at night was rolling off. And you had to cut the paper in between remember that? And I would have reams of dialogue, and I'm working at six thirty tomorrow morning, and just blocks and blocks of dialogue and the events, and I'm going I know what I'm saying. And so I would just had a pounding headache throughout the entire eight days. It was terrible. Could you have handled success that? You've had now when you're twenty eight years old. I don't know. I mean when I was twenty five I moved to New York to be on a soap opera, so in a small dose. I had like oh look at that. I'm working as an actor and dating models from the Ford agency and things like that. It would really fantastic really. Let's talk about that. Was it was a good time. This is the roaring eighties. Man. I eighty three eighty four do you ever go to studio fifty four? How'd you do? I. What did you do? You just go you dance, and you and you meet some people in your going back room, and you have some fun. And did you have any famous friends like then? No, I I was I didn't know anybody. And I was really young. And I still don't know to this day who anybody is. You know, it's like, I really don't I know you guys the dads. I know these guys who is your famous friends now. Yeah. Tom Hanks is a friend, and he's is but only because our wives have known each other for forty years for maybe longer. It's an so that's how I got to know him. And he's as Tom Hanks ever made you mad. No is he is he capable of making you mad. I think if he did something despicable. I would agree with you doesn't do that. No. He is. He is he is my role model, even though I'm about four five months older than he is he hit stardom quickly in his twenties, and then held onto it and then evolved wonderfully in aged into new roles, and but more than that, it's what he was able to set up for himself personally. And I tell this young actors all the time, you get your home life said that's your foundation. So make that as sane as possible. So that you can go insane at work. And and Tom was I saw that clearly what he was doing and how he structured that. And and I thought that's what I want. I want to be able to have that solid and be able to do my work as a side thing and always be able to come back home. What is the challenge for you? Because you've done. Comedy you've done drama. You've done theater is there. One other. I think challenge right now is looking at you. And that's. It's almost hurts. Your eyes a little bit doesn't it? I have to kind of look up at your forehead. I can't do you want me to take this off? And just be topless is that what you're asking. Well, yes. I mean, you're big on nudity not afraid nudity. I'm not afraid of nudity. I don't know if I'd say, I'm big on it. But other people looking at me naked might say, I'm big. Oh, yeah. Oh, imaginary ashtray my imaginary cigarettes? But does your I know your wife is been you know, you've been married a long time. Yeah. When you're there with the scene in your in your underwear or your daughter like did, they get embarrassed? Or do they goof on you? Not so much anymore. You know, they don't watch too much of that. My daughter's actor two now, so we're it's the family business, and they were so used to that. It's it's like you're able to have your imaginary life and your real life separated, and and both of them celebrated who's in their underwear. More often you or will Ferrell. Oh, I think will probably more often. And he does that full on. And he's got the line. Appendix scar. And he's so fearless, man. He's like bulging over his his and he removed his appendix for the comedy. That's that's that's what he does dedication. That's dedication. Have you have you ever? See who have you competed for jobs with? I have no idea. I don't I don't know who I really compete against you don't know who's audition for well. I heard I heard like for Walter white. I heard that John kuzak was name was mentioned, and Matthew Broderick's name was mentioned. And Steve Zahn was mentioned. But that's all I know is that they were mentioned, I don't know if it was ever if they ever really had meetings. I've no idea I don't pay any attention to that. Do you audition? You have to audition. Now, we'll everything's an audition. Even when you're not officially reading for something when you're meeting director for a possible role. It's an audition. Yeah. He or she is looking going. I think he's right for it. Or I don't think he's going to be right for and your intern. Look talking to them about how do you see this character played out? And do do I think I can work with you. But I would never know meeting you that you could have. Been Walter white. Like, what would you show me if I was a director? And I said, okay, Brian come on. And then I would have you read some things. Yeah. You'd read if there was a regular audition setup you'd go in and you'd have all sides, and you'd read part of the character, and then they determine whether or not they felt you could do it. Now, I was very fortunate because I was on one episode of the x files that Vince Gilligan wrote and produced and he was on the set and the character that he wrote for this particular episode was despicable anti Semite angry irascible in a car with dacoven. Yes. Okay. Yes. And and. But you still had the feel some level of human compassion for this man when he died as a waste of a human life. And so it does take a little finesse to be able to walk that line of being in one sense despicable in the other sense. He's still a human being. Thanks still care that he I don't want him to die, but I didn't like him. And so there's that kind of thing. And Vince thought this is the combination that I want for for Walter white without Vince Gilligan, I'm not sitting in this chair right now. And you're not wearing that sweater, right? John cusack. Is sitting in this chair? Yeah. You did curb your enthusiasm. Yeah. Is there any script? No. There's no script. Larry David's sends out a little breakdown of the scenes that you're in and he'll say in this scene. You're going to talk about your love of truffles. And that you, you know, something else, whatever responsibility. You have as far as information getting a revealed, and then heat says what he's going to reveal. And this was the inequality of my my chairs in my therapist office or something which was the first episode. I did and and then from then on it's just it's you'd make it up and somehow get to that point where you where you get now. I had the great good fortune of being in comedy bootcamp being on on Seinfeld for a few years and watching. Larry David craft a joke like a surgeon, and Jerry, and Jerry, and he working together like talking in a language. You can't really understand unless you're on the inside. And I was able to be watching that tennis match between them and going. Oh my God. There. The timing and care. It's like a souffle. It's that delicate you could crush a joke or you can lift it just by the way, it's delivered or the time. And I think that's the key is in comedians talk about this and Seinfeld we had him. When when did we have him we are Super Bowl by five years ago? And then so we did something we did a prerecorded bit. And we had him assess it, and he did it in brutal terms like you would say you need to be faster you need to be louder. Take the air out here, and you should have ended it this way. But he he broke it down in real time where he's watching it. Yes. And you know to have somebody a professional ear listening for things they don't necessarily. It's not what they see is what what they here in Howard, the cadence of it and everything, and that's what's amazing. And you're right. You know, you got a fast learning curve, if you're around those to you, it is in it's a lot to take in because Jerry probably had the ten thousand hours to become proficient an expert in that in that field, and he he knows from one night to another he go, you know, I rush that bit too fast. I'm gonna pull back on that just a touch and crafts that. And then every night is different. You have a different audience you done stand up. Yeah. I did. I did stand up back in the eighties. And the only reason I did it was because I was afraid of it. It scared me the idea of getting up on stage having a microphone and a spotlight. Right. And that's it go. And so I thought oh, I got to overcome this fear. So I started doing standup back in the heyday of when there's so many comedy clubs all around. And I did at the improv the comedy store the laugh factory the laugh, stop, the even the playboy club. And this is all in LA the had open mic nights. I never got paid for it, nor should I ever been paid for I rose to the level of mediocrity. And I remember one night I was at the laugh stop in the valley. And I had my best night. I mean, I crushed and laughter and laughter and laughter. And I was so juiced. I was so excited that I got in the car, and I drove right to the improv on Melrose. And I said you gotta get me on says, I got it. I got on the guy finally got. Says well, we're all hang on someone might drop out someone did drop out and about about ten to one o'clock in the morning. It was like twelve fifty in the morning. Okay. You can go on for five minutes, and I go on and that's the same routine. Same night get up there. Cricket. Just unbe. I'm and that's how hard it is. Because it threw me because I thought wait a minute. Wait a minute. This is exactly the same set. And I know the timing of what I'm doing nothing. And it was like oh my God. I gotta get out of this. It's brutal. Do you think that the better looking? You are the tougher. It is to be funny. Well, I should know. Extremely funny. You know, you your thank you. Thank you. The burden of of gorgeous nece. Yeah. Could Brad Pitt being a standup comedian like what would people I don't know? You know, not so much. I think when you are a good looking person and and. You know, you've had that gift your whole life. You things are are available to you that are not available to other people. But there are some things that you're not accessible to if you're a wallflower if you're introverted if you're not very attractive. You have the luxury.