17 Burst results for "Ford Thomas"

"ford thomas" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

08:14 min | 11 months ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Wanted. He was arguing. Why should i d separated from jerry. I'm going down. Jerry should go out. And that's how i saw offended because that's your and crime. That's your boy. Yeah it is what it is all. I wanna stay in. Jerry was the complete opposite of what you see on. Tv or on the radio show. He was very generous. Represented the show as best as you can possibly represent your company and to on top of that. The next day he came down asking for me. Even i wasn't there but that was just. That was just all kinds by jerry. He's got my vote. Even though. I'm a big supporter of evan. Roberts he would never do what jerry did when you say. You support evan roberts like in what regard because you wanna know whip war i mean. Is that what it is not. Here's the thing. I i appreciate his sports knowledge and i am next and so that the pulse of the people stuff. Sammy pulsa the five. What that is. Yeah i mean jerry. By the way. I've heard great things about jerry in public when he is approached. If you don't like it drop dead right go away. That's great no but jerry in home depots and in restaurants in all sorts of places apparently very very nice so that's of the people. I've somewhat accepted my elimination. But jerry cannot lose to evan. That's what it comes down to. I am now it's like. I'm like that candidate who endorses the other candidate. Hoping to put them over the top jerry and not lose to absolutely no way. No how. I mean it just to say like the reason. I support evidence because he's a nets fan. Yeah pathetic pathetic absolutely pathetic. And there's there's nothing if there was like. Maybe the twitter baseball thing back in the day. That evan got the listeners together but that was a long time ago. He doesn't do that anymore does he. Do save a life. No did not so. He took a bath in milk. Big deal i mean how. Yeah i mean. Craig told them to and right left stinky clothes here for the suffer. It's the exact opposite of what a pulse of the people ward winner would do wouldn't try to stink out your and by the writers who who put the The closer the garbage bag and got jerry recco tobacco. You don't want eddie perfect. Perfect example evan. His thank you calls in the office jerry. Got rid of the stinky clothes in. The office tastes close. It's the morning show with boomer esiason in gregg giannotti boomer and geo coming alive. Bill ford thomas studio on the fan and cbs sports network. Ever since we brought summer home from the hospital. I really hadn't been able to watch anything but sports like the dvr. All backed up. Everything on netflix. That i haven't gotten to so at some point when things settle down to watch some stuff. Yeah but it's i mean it's tricky. I know new seasonal levion started on cbs. I gotta get to that. Yeah huge a watched a movie last night. Oh digit i did before actually before the basketball game so the baseball games are over and everything else and i sat down. Turn on my prime and watched. A movie called radioactive. Oh radio radioactive. Yes madame curie. Oh and how. She and her husband One that oval peace prize Found out Radio activity and where it came from uranium. And how they did all these different tests and everything else and then kinda show the good parts of it bad parts of it and everything else. But i like that kind of movie now. I don't know if there's not many cars movie. Is it your car. No this is in the movie. There actually are. That are going out during i believe of world war one where she was Out there doing x. Ray but they don't hop in like they don't have like an argument and someone hop on a horse in and leaves well. Her husband gets run over by a horse or some buggy. Yeah then. I'm out sorry. Meanwhile he was probably dying of anemia. Or some sort of leukemia because of Of their radium that they had found through years and years and years of investigating uranium he. I just have a big problem. I can't put myself into that time period. Like if someone storms off after an argument and hops on a horse. And in. But i love. I love those types of movies. You know. it's a little bit of history and you know to up tation of someone's life okay. So i thought it was good. So it's i. I would recommend it just simply because you learn. I knew who she was. But i didn't realize everything. You kind of lose track of all this stuff. I think our tastes in television every day or going in for further and further direction. So i really do. Believe that. If i if i turn on your prime menu and i saw what you are watching would be totally different from the things that i would. That would pop up on my prime. You basically yes. I think our algorithms. Yeah i like. We're always be an an. They're always looks around us. were being studied. Everybody wants to know our viewing habits without a doubt. But something like this. I wouldn't. I wouldn't go for something like this. I think you would. I don't think so. I'll tell you where we would meet. I think that even though you're not into the murder stuff. I do think like a true crime thing you would watch. What did you watch Mayor of east adele right so that we met in the middle on the gritty. And and i kind of like okay. Very good all right so there was that and then also a world war two movie. I think mean you would share hundred percent. We would i think a world war one movie was well a spy thriller. We would like but outside of that. I'm not going to spend that much time on the real housewives of new joe like the housewives on that your wife to a housewife doing something. But yeah i did. But what she was doing she was my wife. Loves the housewives yet. What was the whole act about life and him. No no no was it was a burlesque show it was a cabaret burlesque show and it was with countess llewellyn delicious and she was at the paramount and huntington all right this stuff. I know it because she's into it. But i don't like the house where she watches the housewives on her own but i like below deck and i like the dating reality shows so gunners visiting this week pulled out of the drive what he said. He almost ran a rod over in his bike. A really yeah i. I don't know how runs out here. Supposedly why don't you get together with him. Yeah maybe we should also blanket killed another rabbit. Nother she kill the rabbit last summer. Killed the rabbit this summer getting reputation. He's a little jack russell. That's the miniature jack russell. Yeah she's never grown since we brought her home and then she likes to catch rabbits in the backyard so she lived catch him. Rabbits ordered another rabbit murdered. What's amazing is how how fast the green fly show up at burger site. Oh my god a murder site while the dog is i this little jack. Russell is doing what it's normally told. Go after things right. They usually go down into foxholes. Go get the fox right. But she must think the rabbits are fox something that she spent a lotta time. Doing you tell her no. Don't do that or you congratulate her on her. I congratulate her but darcy was a little over langat whole thing but then again up in new hampshire she runs after chipmunks all day long well gives them to get that energy me non nonstop energy all right so you found you. Hung out with adam schefter. Yeah and he exchanged numbers once you hang out where they run exchange. The numbers get few appearances with iran. Okay why don't you get his number. Get him in here hanging out with him to find out what's going on in the personal life. I heard he rented that house out. East to be next to ben affleck and jennifer lopez. Why would you do that. Because he's a psycho ex. That's why he's the psycho. 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"ford thomas" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Gold for most among them all in entail energy intensive production processes owing to their lack of abundance in the earth's crust luminaries including henry ford thomas edison and buckminster fuller have at various points championed. The idea of a currency literally backed by energy though we remain skeptical of the wisdom and practicability of proposals even the us dollar a fiat currency. Whose marginal cost of production approaches zero is in some sense quote backed by energy today for decades. The world's largest producer of has agreed to settle all of its sales in us dollars in exchange for us military protection and arrangement. That has come to be known as the petrodollars system in bitcoin saito. She made the relationship between energy and money. Explicit bitcoins proof of work is a synthetic recreation. Abso- bows unforgeable costliness new bitcoins issued to minors who probably consume the energy to this day. Proof of work remains the only way we know how to verify in a digital system. That energy has been expended in the meet space recently. Michael sailor has popularized the notion of money as a technology for transporting energy across space and time we agree with his assessment of bitcoin is quote the most efficient energy market in the history of the world as sailor. Put it quote. The challenge of humanity is. How do i store and transmit energy across time and space and domain with its fixed supply and digital nature. Bitcoin does not suffer from the same transmission losses that plague the monetary energy networks of old storing one's monetary energy in gold involves significant carrying costs and leakage in the form of transaction. Costs should one ever seek to transmit that energy across space and while the us dollar and other fiat currencies improve on gold's saleability across space. They perform poorly as a vessel for transporting monetary energy across time inter bitcoin mining. Bitcoin can be understood as distributed machine. That automates the issuance of scarce. Monetary units and the settlement of financial transactions. The system achieves these ends by demanding that certain network participants namely minors provable consume electricity which allows the network to order transactions and assure final settlement in the absence of a trusted third party. Perhaps more profoundly. This proof of work creates a connection between the physical and digital worlds that cannot be falsified. The nonce used to create a valid block is the residue of physical process which must consume energy like other machines. Bitcoin is a productivity enhancing technology in the centuries to come sushi's she's invention will save incalculable. Human time in two ways. First and foremost bitcoin offers savers protection against large scale..

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"ford thomas" Discussed on Ghost Town

Ghost Town

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on Ghost Town

"It's the attorney the group we didn't episode on the with a like the leaders and stuff like that to retreat the international house of worship and growth. Yes okay it gives me vibes of bohemia robots. But i i do those vibes. We did an episode on that in our early days Yeah i'm actually digging this website. I'm looking at it right now. It's got everything i want. It's got some really like flourish fonts. It's got a kind of naturalistic kind of core. Bay esque painting behind it wisdom of the elders. It's very natural. List is very okay okay. I'm in it. There's a little crown that says. Welcome to the bellwether alliance. It feels special and then there's just like a wall of text. There's a. There's so much text even. I'm looking at elevation. Laws and principles organization openly shares. These fifty two secret harmonious laws principles all of which pertain to elevations and improvement. There's so many organization objectives. Yeah the purpose of the society. A lot of quotes from plato value alignment metaph metaphysical relationships. Yeah to in mind. Matter and probability the absence of resistance success laws and principles but then they have these influencers. This influence paid. It's called influential people. Yes but like. I said it's henry. Ford thomas edison plato. Simon bolivar isaac news smith. George washington i. It was actually going to list like people that were in it. It's here's famous people that we admire like i'm stein was successful. Let's put him on the website and then the secret laws and principles again. They don't tell you what they are. Maybe you have to be a part. The law of abundance the principle of prison. There's so many islambad cycles. Yeah aw the harvesters. The last one the law of the lever the law of the lever the lever long investor. The lady law the rabbits. So it's intriguing. It's cool it's cool to. There's something about this. That really appeals to me in that it's up it's on asshole so hard though it looks pretty good and it's full of vague shit that clearly want to know more about and i didn't know i did know it. Deep dives did no message boards searches so any information from this point forward will be new information for me even administration. It's just all very vague. Who what your classes the almanac. Here's the mavens gentry. The ghost hound patriots..

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"ford thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yell Bang went back to Beijing and, according to Professor Wong, not long after the State Commission for Language reform that government body looking into how to do away with the Chinese character was close to shut down. In no small part because of one's invention. Companies were using will be students were taught to use will be learning will be became synonymous was learning how to use the computer. He had saved thousands of years of the Chinese language. And given it a place in the modern world. And as far as Professor Wang was concerned to be this person was to be placed alongside. I don't know. Ford. Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, perhaps Steve Jobs? Yeah, this sort of singular genius Inventor. What? She s so he sort of at this point has slayed the dragon. He is the victor. Even you, he he was our or he thought he was. The battle hasn't finished. In fact, it was only beginning when we come back from break Chinese typing gets predictive and the keyboards start directing us. My name is Rachel Mellon, A and I'm calling. From Alice Springs. Nolan Territory Australia Radio lab is supported in pot by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, enhancing public understanding of science and technology in the.

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"ford thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Who yell Bang went back to Beijing and, according to Professor Wong, not long after the State Commission for Language reform that government body looking into how to do away with the Chinese character was close to shut down. In no small part because of one's invention. Companies were using will be students were talked to use will be learning will be became synonymous was learning how to use the computer. He had saved thousands of years of the Chinese language. And given it a place in the modern world. And as far as Professor Wang was concerned to be this person was to be placed alongside. I don't know. Ford. Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, perhaps Steve Jobs? Yeah, this sort of singular genius Inventor. What? She s so he sort of it. This point has slayed the dragon. He is the victor. Even you, he he was our or he thought he was dead. The battle hasn't finished. In fact, it was only beginning. Wait. Come back from break Chinese typing gets predictive and the keyboards start directing us. My name is Rachel Melania and I'm calling from Alice Springs. Golden Territory. Australia Radio Lab is supported in pot by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation enhancing public under Standing of science and technology in.

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"ford thomas" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Going. How long does it take a chuckle. Or do i use this fan. That starts heat or you know. I didn't know what the heck to do. I was afraid to get it started. Foot two or three cokes. Figured that out. And i'm like this is awesome so yes i owned a promotional four or five years before i ever purchased the cooked on it. You can't even make you know. I won't say thankfully covid happened because covid has been a mess to the world But is it had pushed me to learn more about the premo than ever have and then i actually cooked on lamb last weekend for the first time so here i am normal. Chicken and steak guy on the master put learning how to slow cooking do ribs and whatnot on the freemen so a lot more lot. More well rounded now nice broadening. The horizons a premo grill dot. Com is the website so With remaining time that we have nick. Let's talk about some of the new skews and accessories. I had a guy right in asking about sary's and not just the spitz and all that so what's new that you can tell us about. Yeah so the main three things from five years going. Ask this question. Five months discretion. You know the hinge. The exalt hands was about thirty five pounds to lift We got that down to about eight to ten pounds now. So the hinge was was a big thing The chimney cap. So i if it rained outside you could potentially get water. We'll bigger egg sends us little piece for thirty dollars. Well now we have a new jimmy that you'd have to pay third extra dollars to keep the rain out and then just other. Small things to the grill always constantly improving it and then accessories. We have a rotisserie on ardor. We have a pizza oven on ardor. We have three baskets we have oval drip pans for the grill. So we have we ever listen about twenty two things when we bought the business Twelve months ago that we're gonna do over the next three years. We're probably about halfway through that twenty two. They haven't hit the market yet. Production starts next the stuff the next six to nine months. You're going to see about half of that rollout and then the next two to three years after that you'll see a electric primo so we we have a patent on kind of a mini mobile electric unit. So we'll have it in normal. Normal trucco end will have a electric version will be about eighty five pounds or so so We got we got a lot of cool calm and just keep keep watching the news. Keep being on social media and you can go to our website and join the mailing list so you can see any announcements when they come out or so. Let me ask you. This last question is was chopped in by chris. Visconti of flash it up here on the screen at all. Go into play with what you were talking about with that new hinge system. He seemed to have one that just failed on a and cook. We can argue about if truckin was the one that would fail on. But that's neither here nor there but what is this something that you hear about a bracket failing so if that is having the top get loose we've added an extra piece so these guys that love to cook pizzas at like nine hundred degrees. We'll medals not designed to go that. I you can clearly see. Don't cook over seven hundred so we added an extra piece of the top won't fall up if he saying. The hinge failed. I've never heard of a hinge failing. I've heard of it not being very user friendly so it's hard for me to you know to answer that question. All i know is we do have new hinges as i say they take out about seventy five percent of the wait for the xl. But it's hard to kind of identify. What exactly he's talking about that. Loops lid or a hinge actually failed because those changes are pretty. Well i haven't heard of very minimum actually feeling and you've got Customer service that could probably help guy out anyway. So steph though. Yeah we're half staff to all. We had a send to just had to start working from home yesterday. Could kids out of school. It's a. It's ns our busy season on the heater side. It's absolute mess right now. Trying to get people you know. Having to set up a customer service rep started three months ago having set up at home so she can answer calls at home while her kids are supposed to be in school. It's just it's an absolute mess right now trying to handle so we're sorry for lay or retake awhile are. We haven't had a fire box for a while because we moved. The fact is just. Please be patient. Trust me we're doing the best. It's not from a lack of effort or lack of caring is just a really tough time right now to run a business. It is the president of primo grill. The website primo grill dot com. And it is nick. Nick appreciate you taking the time this evening. Thanks so much. Thank you so much and have a great thanksgiving. You take care there. He is the president of primo grill. 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"ford thomas" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

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"ford thomas" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

Burn the Haystack

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on Burn the Haystack

"But actually some of the stuff that she did do that was positive has impacted the world for a long time since so I should also mention the main part that we associate with John Harvey khong If you're a Seventh Day Adventist is his book The Living Temple where he laid out his views on pantheism, which is not pantheism pantheism is basically the goddess in everything where it's pantheism faith that God is nature and everything is God and all that sort of stuff something which probably today would be taken a little bit better if word in a different way wage, but eventually he was kicked out of the church. He was disfellowshipped which is not signed. It happens very often, especially with somebody who was such a huge part of the early churches development. He funded a lot of stuff. He made a lot of stuff happened in the early church. He was a big Ally too many of our original Founders and yeah, he ended up being disfellowshipped and and kicked out in the end which is quite sad. But yeah, he seems to have a great deal of respect for Ellen White even though he was dead. Pretty bitter critic towards her and James White towards the end of their lives or Ellen White died before Kellogg died, but he seems to have a fair bit of respect her even though they disagreed on many things and they seem to have kind of still been friends kind of towards the end. He was the director of the sanitarium up until his death. So I stayed in Battle Creek so yeah. Oh well crazy guy, right? Yeah. I mean, I think that's kind of interesting fact. It's a pretty it's an extreme example of the fact that even though we can have a series of our faith. No hero faith is perfect. Yeah, you know, and I think that's kind you gotta accept that in a way. Yeah. I thought I will share one more thing and then I'll hand it to you Josh. I do have that Germany share the place the meaning of sanitarium according to vocabulary.com. I couldn't find it on the official website page. I'm guessing this is so in the past someone who is recovering from a long-term illness might stay at a sanitarium a special kind of Hospital many sanitariums in the US One Street to patients with tuberculosis sanitarium was also called a sanatorium even more confusingly. Both words were sometimes used to mean health resort something closer to a spa than a hospital before antibiotics were invented the most effective treatment for tuberculosis and other lung disease was fresh air and healthy food at a sanitarium. The word is rooted in a lesson scientists. Meaning Health. There you go. There you go. So that's cool. And and I will say on the sanitarium part at the sanitarium in Battle Creek, the original one. I was surprised it played host to thousands of thousands of people some just ordinary people like you and I but also some pretty legit celebrities of the day when I was researching wage, I found out that Amelia Earhart The Aviator the pilot William Howard Taft who was who was a president of the United States Song Henry Ford Thomas Edison and Irving Fisher all wow were patients at one point at the Battle Creek sanitarium. There you go. Yeah. And did you also know that will Durant the famous American philosopher considered Kellogg to be one of his greatest mentors. This girl was like a rock song like a rockstar. He'll a health and well-being Rockstar so health and well-being Rockstar Goldsmith goals, even though he was kicked out of a church fac. Ya bul gai. So yeah. Wow, that's super interesting. Yeah. Okay.

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"ford thomas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And that's It's a credit to that coach. It really is. I mean, character must drive those guys. Yeah, I think the coach is doing a really good job just now. You know, it's it's this mentality. It is man down, man up, and so he's doing a good job of just coaching the next guy. That's up, and that's unfortunate, though both says all that He has some other injuries to the line with, um uh Ford Thomas before it and comment on the It's unfortunate, but I think with the guys that have stepped in and said this previously said, no. The miners have good depth, and, uh You know if these guys can play well, which I thought they did yesterday, just talking to some of the spots and defensive defensive one step up and play relished in their roles where they are, they don't have a have a chance. And so you know, again, Um, that's why you have death. Nothing. When you have injuries, the depth of your team. Really? Ah, Dictator how far you go into the season into the playoffs. So I think Coach is on a good job. It was good to see Hyder stop is making some plays against the Russians on the outside and ineffective. Again. You know, those guys stepped up and did a phenomenal job in terms of Ah has been a role player and the next man up mentality. How much is the defense of tackle? Position changed since you played Oh, well, um I don't think it's changed a whole lot. You know, Um, you think they asked the guys to get to the quarterback more than maybe they did. Cause a running game was more prevalent back then. Now it's all about past past past as fast And I was wondering because I think that if it had been right up your alley being able to get to the quarterback, but you had to worry about run a lot more than these guys after work about the running game because everyone's passing, you know, 30 40 times a game now. Absolutely. And then for sure you've gotta have some stout guys up there that could play 1st 2nd down and stop the run to get to those third and long situations And you see these thie special packages where they bring in these, you know, elite rushes and moving us or maybe a slower defensive end inside. There's a mismatch on the inside, and that's where you get your four down. Good guys. Go get after the quarterback. So you know, it's important you know on I think you know you don't see with the exception of a few of the LAMAs that are really getting those high sack numbers, But it's really been the edge guys who you know. Have you been getting the big sack numbers over the years with the exception of you inside? Does McDonald's Donna? Yeah, he's he's ridiculous. And I'm just curious you played with you were One of the best at doing your job. I don't know that I've ever seen a dude like that. Is it constantly in the backfield? Doesn't matter. Single team double to you mean inside outside, line them up anywhere. And he just finds his way to the back field. I mean, he he is some he He's a fun guy just to watch during a football game like food. Don't you always focus on the ball with the Rams have to time I'm just watching that dude. Yeah, that guy's very twitchy is explosive. Um, creates hate creates opportunities. And, you know, just a unique player. When you have a player like that that creates opportunity, and you go get it. You know you got something there. You could definitely build your team around back. We're hanging out with Brian yelling. He's joining us here on the Tolbert, Kruger and Brooke Show. You know, Brian, what seems to be different now supposed to when you were doing your thing? Is that the quarterback that can run and can throw you got you got a handful of those guys in the league and you definitely have guys like we saw the Carson Wentz last night who might not be thought of as a runner. But they can do it and they could make something positive when it happens, And it seems to me that the Niners you know the federation deceleration of the Niners defense. They have problems with guys who can really run like Russell Wilson. Oh, and Lamar Jackson we saw last year or guys who can't even kind to run like Carson Wentz last night it give us some insight on that. Why does it seem to be difficult for this defense to deal with the quarterback that has That has athleticism and can use his legs. I think I think you have a very athletic defense. I mean, those guys come on, and they could, you know, definitely, um, persons with the backers will pursue Cylon Cylon. Every team, in my opinion has issues with the mobile quarterback with law. Also. What? The winds. You know Lamar Jackson, like those guys are changing the game, so everybody He's doing with that type of players. That's not the 40 Niners. But you know when you when you're presenting with guys like that, who could really change the game? Who will hurt you on the ball? A death, like sleep on him. He's going to eat you up on the ground. And so you know, you just have to have some unique principles during that week. How How do you defend that? How do you defend that player and not love him? Uh, unleash its ability argued to keep keep him contained throughout again. But you know again, I think you know when they're playing on also members of definitely hopes. Tio have all the guys that could defend guys like that. When you're watching this, Bryant, do you think to yourself? Ah, How would I play with with no fans in the stands? I mean, how much how much? I mean, the game's about energy. How much of that? Do you get from the fans? And how much of these guys how difficult you think it is to play without him? You know, as as much as we do play again if it wasn't for the fans, I mean, unless must be honest. I mean, that's The game. I mean, there are big, big part of this game. You know, they drive there. There. They pay our salaries if it was for them in 10 minutes. I've just been fanatical about their teams. That may be hard. So when you have that emotion, and that can go either way, during the course of a game in the stadium, you know changes the moment of the game. When you don't have that you have to get accustomed to it is very for right now..

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"ford thomas" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

Reinvention Radio

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

"In just like rates, qualities what they learn experience, good luck bad luck. Sure so. Little context around this indirectly answer allowed a lot of that, but let's dig as deep into this wherever you want, but one of the things I teach in the book is something called the Entrepreneurial Range Okay? And so if you picture this arc or the spectrum, entrepreneur range on the top, if you picture then to the right side, the far right side of that range the words true entrepreneur. And on the far left side of that range, you picture the words self employed. Okay so that entrepreneurial range is where all business owners reside in, so they're all somewhere on that range, and what I'm teaching the world in what I'm searching for. The world is what I call true entrepreneurs in so true entrepreneurs are the entrepreneurs on the right half of the range that build companies with employees, and those are the people that have six essential traits, and what we can certainly get into those pretty quick here hopefully. The point in this is the people to the far left side of the range. These are your one person shows you know, and so this is your consultant, your freelancer, your person with a side hustle on the far right side of the range. You have the greatest entrepreneurs of all Time Walt Disney Henry Ford Thomas Edison. Sarah Lately, Oprah Winfrey in so every business owner is somewhere on that spectrum to me. True entrepreneur again. Is that right? Half the self employed people? It's respectable. They're taking a risk I have. Have the utmost respect for them. Because let's take an example, somebody who has handy skills can go become a handyman or a handywoman, charging sixty bucks an hour, and make a hundred grand a year doing what they love, never having employees, and if they do great work, they're going to get referred for the rest of their life, and they will never have to market and sell ever again, and so that's respectable. That's admirable, and that's some of those hundred and eighty thousand dollar year earners that you're talking about. Somebody that has the six essential traits can't help themselves, but to build an organization and keep growing in pushing in silver. The person that says I'm good with this hundred grand on one hundred eighty. Grand. Manan Hallelujah to that i. wish I knew what that contentment fell felt like it's I. It's I hear it's really east full, but my point is the handy person that goes out, and they're making their hundred grand sixty bucks an hour if they have the six essential traits all the sudden. They're gonNA. Go Holy Shit if I hire somebody and have them do this. I can go out and. And land another job, and then hire another person land up all the sudden. They've got a construction company like some of my clients doing one hundred million dollars with two hundred people, so the point is that true entrepreneur can't help themselves, but to build something of an empire, but now let's go back to our earlier conversation. They might build a three million dollar heating and Cooling Company Making Twenty Percent Bravo. There's still a true entrepreneur. They got forty people so hopefully that helps create a little bit of context, so does it end or just re her dig if I'm not answering your question? I guess I'm wondering because you earlier said. Everyone could be born in entrepreneur. Yeah so very specifically you are born in Entrepreneur. You cannot learn these six essential traits, and so let me hit them really quick just so your audience can hear that and what I urge. If you think you're an entrepreneur in the making out there, please scan your body with these six words. I'm about to share with you. Okay, and so the six essential traits are visionary. Passionate problem-solver driven risk taker and responsible, and I believe with every ounce of my being in my thirty years of entrepreneurship in helping thousands of entrepreneurs. You are born with these traits. There's no school you can go to to learn these things in in anyone, teaching, process or a system to be an entrepreneur I just don't buy that, because the truth of the matter is the only system that exists is a person with these six essential traits has an idea launches. A business gets their. Ask kicked for ten to twenty years and then hopefully. Emerges a successful entrepreneur with a fifty fifty chance of that happening, and so it's this messy, sloppy crazy thing that you just keep getting your ass kicked and you keep getting back up. Ask Kick getting back up. It's insanity and it's not this pinnacle. It's not the destination. It's not like the ultimate career for all people. It's borderline crazy in so to do something that crazy. You have to have these six essential traits, and so that's my. My humble two cents. It's a debatable topic. I'm happy to have that debate with you now, but I believe you're born with those traits and some people don't discover it until later in life, which is unfortunate I'm just trying to help them discover it earlier, so does that answer? Keep digging. If I'm not answer your. It's better definitely I kinda take issue with risk taker, 'cause I think you're either a risk taker or you avoid. At all costs, or you're somewhere in the middle, but to be an entrepreneur I'm a huge risk taker. What might I know people who aren't? What's the exception you're taking? You're saying you know successful entrepreneurs who aren't risk-takers. No, the opposite I think. I don't know if I agree that everybody's born with the trait of being a risk taker. Oh No, that's not what he said. Okay, clarify. He said he said he thinks is true entrepreneurs of US I. Actually you do it, but let me see. Maybe conflict me this way. We'll see if I'm wrong. Wrong to I think he likes Steve believes. You're born that way, but he doesn't think everybody's born with all those traits he thinks. Entrepreneurs are born with those traits, so you're not only making one hundred hundred eighty eventually. They're just like a man like I'm bored or something right they they got to solve the bigger problem. They gotta do something bigger, so he's not anti. The people making one eighty, two fifty. He just wants to zone in on helping the people that were born with these six traits, and make sure they can maximize. Their potential. Is what I'm here. Under percent accurate and then watch this. Let's pretend that you know. Half the people have the trade half. Don't so let's pretend. Half the people on the planet had visionary half did half the people were passionate? Half didn't have for problems over so on and so forth. Not every one has all six. And when you start to do the math on that half-and-half, hypothetically you're down to four percent of the population has also six, and so that's why it's a small percentage of the world that's cut out to be a true entrepreneur I mean listen. We need doctors and accountants and. Lawyers we need all the careers and professions so so thank you rich. You've answered that perfectly. And hopefully that answers it for you Mary. Yes, yeah! Let me. Let me let me ask you this. You know, and so my my take on it and we've had this discussion. Numerous Times is that you know I it kind of boils down the nature versus nurture discussion right, and so from my perspective nature always wins like Annette in. Richie has a little bit of a different opinion on that Mary kind of a little. Little bit of, but my my take on. It is nature always always wins, and so as it relates to being an entrepreneur. Let let me just ask you this question. Then which is you know when you when you look at the the the entrepreneurial path in general and some people seem to have an easier track going down that entrepreneurial path than others they just. You know let's use concrete examples here right lately. You. How about a Elon Musk's an example? Right like you can look at? What are you lawns doing? And and yeah he's had his own trials and tribulations in this that and the other, and they were a stone's throw away from bankruptcy, and you know all this fun stuff I'm not here all the stories whatever, but now you look at the guy and it's like okay. We got tests that we got silver city. We got the boring company and got spacex right. All of those things all of them billion dollar plus valuation their own writing. Pay Pal on the exit and the whole night. And then you have other people who just cannot seem to. Even though they're entrepreneurs, they cannot seem to pass that hundred and eighty K. or whatever that number is in terms of annual revenue in terms of annual. Take home. Whatever you WANNA call it. Are there some people who are just simply Let me see if I can put this in a in a friendly way here, are they? Are they delusional? I, would they be better? Yeah, they'd be better off short answer. Let's save them all time. Yes, they're delusional. They don't have all six essential trait, so there's a free assessment. I offer at the website..

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"ford thomas" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Yeah well after the hour you're listening to o'neill outside and sometimes watching it right now we're resuming our call with John in the Catskill Mountains of New York good morning John sorry to make you wait so long Sir I just have things I have to do what's going on like I mentioned before does that o'neill outside radio in my FAQ before there was even a radio there was some great nature writers yes writing it in the nation and one was John Burroughs he lived up here in the camps demands grew up here and he just north of us actually he wrote extensively and main people visualize things he was very descriptive in his writings good act he was the angler not much of a hunter but he ended up getting friends like Henry Ford Thomas Edison Harvey Firestone and they went camping together is very well publicized undocumented and I got to tell you one thing was kind of funny I I went to an open house and his where he was born and his granddaughter was still alive and she was answering questions one thing they had is the old phonograph with with the bell shaped speaker and the she said that his John barrels funeral nineteen twenty he requested the record be played at that the general well it was going along fine but the record player broke down okay well Thomas Edison who invented the phonograph he repaired oh my goodness he was right there he repaired it to get that photo that record to get going back again to finish the funeral how about that what I what a great story yeah now what you know sometimes my like Paul doesn't go up too bright the but the you know what when you get a.

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"ford thomas" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on WDRC

"Had he run has a darn good chance of getting elected. I would have changed American history wouldn't it because because but I I kind of wonder how somebody with his inclination would have would have been in a pending handle your job of of American present I guess on paper looks very good why did why did you go about it in American history and most of the major newspapers were saying it's ridiculous to have a candidate running for president who has no experience in political office sure he's a billionaire any successful business. but that will never translate into politics he's just not smart enough to understand what we do here well that resonates today doesn't it and to take forward support politically then all came pretty much from middle America in the New York Times ran a shocking story and when I say shocking that means shocking to the established politicians in nineteen nineteen when he's thinking running for president in nineteen twenty. because all the big newspapers on both coasts were against Ford he'd probably lose those coasts but because everyone in middle America would vote for him he would win in the electoral college and take office even if he lost the popular vote again a great resonance to today and the candidacy and presidency of Donald Trump it really suggests I mean because I'll tell you Jeff personally I hate that attitude that if you don't if you've never accomplished anything in the private sector but you've held political office and had a title most your life that you're better suited to run the country than somebody who's actually gone out and build something or invented something like Ford in Addison. this is the reason it really is important to study history every generation of Americans it seems to me always thinks that the problems they're facing now or the different situations that are controversial our brand new. and just about everything has happened before and if we look at the past and what happened in reasons things didn't work maybe that gives us a better idea what we ought to be doing now at least give us more perspective our political climate today was almost perfectly the same in nineteen nineteen in nineteen twenty Jeff Gordon's new book is called the vagabonds a story of Henry Ford and Thomas Edison's ten your road trips and tell me this the summertime road trips they finally brought them to a halt nineteen twenty four so the new one in nineteen twenty five was there anyone signature event that happened to cause them to say were just too darn famous and and we're gonna get mobbed everywhere we go and we won't be able to actually go and enjoy the trips that we've been taking was there anything special that happened. I think what really happened was that Edison was getting into his late eighties. and it was harder and harder for him to travel yeah and he had a very protective wife. the last time nineteen twenty four they went out on the road the sensually has a base the old wayside inn in Massachusetts for his boss that. and they would take day trips out but it was harder and harder and Edison and because Ford load Edison like an older brother he really did want to subject him to something that would be too uncomfortable I think that's the underlying reason well that makes sense so they they've they brought it to a halt other than the smaller day trips but they had they created something that Americans kept doing you know and and are still doing today. anytime we get in our cars and we drive any real distance we stop for gas by the side of the highway even the highways themselves because as people traveled more import more gas the states would put a penny or two road tax the guests and that's where we got the roads all built up in the first place everything we do on our road trips say a little word of thanks to the memories of Henry Ford Thomas Edison and let's not forget Harvey Fierstein his book is called the vagabond city is nearly two dozen books that he's authored the vagabonds a story of Henry Ford and Thomas Edison's ten your road trip it's author is Jeff Quinn and Jeff were always glad to have you on the on the program thank.

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"ford thomas" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

11:09 min | 3 years ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on WJR 760

"Chairman and CEO and servant leader of energy of what you do a great job of that Jerry everyday. Thank you. Another servant leader was gene Miller. The iconic chairman of America that started in the mail room at the Bank and trust. So I asked him get nineteen years ago to write his philosophy of life. And he said twenty years ago. Somebody asked me, Jack, what is CEO stand for? I said, of course, chief executive officer. The man said that's the answer. I get ninety nine percent of the time. He said, but gene, see really stands for the customer. E stands for the employees and oath stands for the owner. Your thoughts. Gene is a great man integrate friend, gene was a member of our board for years and having somebody like him to advise was invaluable. Gene was a fine to pick out somebody on our board over the years who was particularly important as a counselor to me. Genus at the top of that list. When I became a new CEO. He pulled me aside gave me very practical advice. One of the things he told me as you're you're now in a position where it's going to be harder for you to hear from your people hard for you to connect from your people. So find an easy way to find people from all over the company and sit them down and talk to them. And I thought of that vice and says very sage and did that started having breakfast with a dozen employees every month, and I've done it for the past fifteen years, and I can't tell you how many insights about the company and decisions that I need to make came out of those breakfast meetings with employees from the frontline of power plants up through maybe supervisor of a mail room. Gene was exactly right. This industry that you're in is the lifeblood of our economy. Let's talk about natural guests. We can't see it, Jerry. What is it? A lot of people aren't sure what the difference between gasoline and natural gas is so natural gas's. You've said is is not a liquid. It's a gas. It's what comes out of your stove if you have a gas stove or most people using their furnace. It's it's produced by drilling to formations underground. And interestingly is something that this country thought it was running out of only ten years ago, and now has amazing plentiful quantities of in a lot of that came at the right time because it's a very clean and much lower carbon fuel than coal. So in the movement to cleaner sources of energy natural gas is playing a very important transitional role. And I believe Michigan has more reserves of natural gas than any other state in the union actually, more more storage than any other state. So that's just a fate of geology. We have these amazing ancient reform Asians from hundreds of millions of years ago underneath our state that allows us to store billions and billions of cubic feet of natural gas, not only for us here in Michigan. But we ship natural gas during peak periods like that puller vortex. We were shipping gas, the New York and Boston and a whole lot of other places because of those huge natural gas storage formations a number of weeks ago. Deep business had an article entitled Detroit's DTE energy plans to reduce carbon emissions by eighty percent by twenty forty. That's only twenty one years away. Yeah. Well, you know, a couple of years ago, the clean power plan that the developed set aside, and I was getting a lot of questions asked about you know, we're gonna go backwards as a company what's going to happen environmentally? And we decided back in two thousand seventeen that it was just time to make our plans clear. So we at that point committed that we were going to reduce carbon eighty percent by twenty fifty and we're one of the first energy companies in the nation. If not the first at that point to to make a commitment like that just recently, we updated that commitment, and you're right. Eighty percent by twenty forty and fifty percent down by twenty thirty. But that will require is significant investments in renewable energy, and we're doing that. And also investments in clean natural gas generation in order to preserve reliability as we transition away from. Call talk to us about nuclear nuclear today is about twenty percent of the nation's supply, and of course, zero carbon so renewable energy today supplies about ten percent of the nation's energy. So if you think about zero carbon energy, which is getting a lot of focus these days today nuclear is incredibly important source of that. And so we need to preserve the existing nuclear. I believe and over time. Find a more economical way to add new nuclear talk to us about solar power ten years ago. Solar power looked expensive enough that it was just hard to include in your mix that has changed radically. We are seeing solar power just become more and more competitive in Michigan today. Wind is still the cheapest renewable resource, but solar is gaining ground fast. So our plan is invested a couple billion dollars in additional wind resources over the next five years. But I think around twenty twenty four twenty twenty-five we'll see a flip in Michigan. Certainly in our plans to solar because we see the economics being there at that point. It's going to be a great resource. You're also the chairman of the Detroit economic club since twenty seventeen. Tell us about the Detroit economic club Bill Ford approached me to to take that over. And then said to me, Jerry, I've been at this a long time it's time for me to step down. But this is a really important institutions. He's right. The Detroit economic club brings in speakers from all over the country and all over the world to share their insights with the people in Michigan and the people at Detroit, but at the same time, those leaders are exposed to what's happening here to the recovery underway to the resurgence, and they take that message back out to the world. And so as I listened to Bill Andrew studies, right, and I'm really happy to play the role leading organization. You're also on the board of the Henry Ford Patricia Meridian who was a guest Dan about three four months ago. Tell us about the Henry Ford. Great organization. Patricia a great leader. The Henry Ford is wonderful organization. Of course, sits long legacy is is tied innovation. I the innovation of Henry Ford Thomas Edison, and many other inventors, but the the real mission of the Henry Ford today is to continue to encourage that spirit of innovation and our young people. They've got a great great board a great leader. And that institution just continues to find creative ways to carry their mission for. In twenty eight teen. You'll let us EEO group that emerged as a force on transit, economic development and other regional issues so twenty corporations and foundational leaders. What can you share about that initiative? You know, a handful years back I began to observe that. There were great things happening in Detroit. But there was nowhere that the leaders. The most senior leaders of our region's largest corporations came together to back that recovery we lacked that. And so I began to talk to leaders of organizations like Ford and GM Penske and Blue Cross and the family about putting together. The most senior business leaders in foundation leaders for civic mission. We were clear this wasn't about business. It was about promoting the civic agenda improving the city improving the region. In fact, I had one of the CEO say of this is about our businesses. I'm out I want to be in to help Detroit to help Detroit region, incredibly engaged group for working on things like employment education. So we've grabbed. Career and technical education, and are helping to revitalize that within the Detroit schools, workforce development, economic development regional transit, as you mentioned all of these are causes that that we're working, and I love working with a group because they they really serious about putting the way to their institutions behind these causes. All right following up on the great things being done in Detroit. As you just said, we are so much about Danny Gilbert, the family what if anything has DT done to help Detroit. I it's great. I think we care about Gobert hilas because they're doing that. I I really admire the investments that they're making in the future of the city but thinking about scale of investments. DT invests two and a half to three billion dollars a year in Michigan. So if you look around that makes us by far the largest investor in Michigan year in year out. There's not another company GM for the others that are really close and that gives us a platform to shape our communities. That's really powerful never years back in two thousand ten governor Snyder protest me and said you spend more money in the state than anybody. Can you help by buying more from Michigan suppliers? We really needed it back then and we went to work on that in two thousand ten we bought four hundred fifty million from Michigan suppliers today. It's one point eight billion a year, so a fourfold increase, and you've Emma condiments estimated that that's created fifteen to twenty thousand permanent jobs, so just by doing our daily investment work with Michigan companies. We can have a powerful influence, but we also are trying check to to show. Show up in our community in the right way. So beacon park as an example, where we took a dilapidated abandoned piece of land next door. I heard quarters turned it into a community asset. But we're we're going on a lot of other fronts in the community around education and youth causes and and so forth that not only do I think are the responsibility of corporation, but our people love people love to be involved in it themselves, and it makes them proud of.

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"ford thomas" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on WJR 760

"Owned business. But rather a family controlled business with all the same issues as a family owned business. Jeff, this is really a remarkable story. How for so many generations, the Ford family has maintained control of Ford Motor Company publicly traded business. Even though they own a very small percentage of the stock. Yeah, it's really brilliant. How Bill Ford has positioned himself has kinda face and spokesperson for the company recently at the auto show. They did a launch of the F one fifty at Ford field. And it was amazing and Bill Ford talked about the history of the family has his great grandfather Henry Ford Thomas Edison, and you know, really picking the right role for him as the spokesperson picking the right role. He was of course, CEO. Oh for a number of years, then he stepped aside brilliantly for Alan Mulally, Bill Ford junior understands that you can lead a family business without being an executive in the business by leading the ownership of the business, and Jeff is family business consultants. We've seen this issue and other family businesses. Sometimes the next generation is uncertain. Should I be an executive do? I need a train to be a CEO when really they would be best suited to be leading the board. The ownership of the business and not the executives. Yes. And as we've seen the responsibility is still quite considerable and it takes training. It takes a learning how to work with other board members and really to be a responsible owner and particularly with something like the Ford family. There are a number of family shareholders that you're accountable to as well. So that responsibility of being an owner and not involved in the day to day running is still quite significant on family business nation. We talk. About leaving a legacy and having an impact for generations, Warner Norcross and Judd has the resources and legal expertise to help your family as well as your family business, Sean cook with Warner Norcross and Judd has been our radio show, and our legal experts since we started the show I have seen firsthand personally as he helped navigate some of our personal challenges in the complex world of business continuity, as well as estate planning is one of the reasons I've used Warner Norcross and Judd for a state planning as well as charitable planning. Sean is the chair of the Warner Norcross tax practice group, and he's an attorney as well as a certified.

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"ford thomas" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on WJR 760

"With family business nation consulting. I'm here in the studio with Dr Donald Levitt with Levick consulting in our engineer. Rich lazinski. Now, it's time for all the news from family business nation. Carl Hart Inc is rolling out a new uniform program to offer businesses customized work where options call the car heart company gear line, they offer work where which fulfil specific clothing requirements to comply with employ safety standards. Founded in eighteen eighty nine the founders great grandson, Mark filleted serves as chairman and chief executive officer while his mother Gretchen delayed remains chairman emeritus Carl Howard has global operations in the US Mexico in Europe and employs more than twenty two hundred workers in the US. The Southfield based Bernard financial group has announced that Joshua Bernard. A twenty six year old graduate of the university of Michigan's Ross school of business started his position as vice president of ridge nations for Detroit and February first he formerly worked as an associate with New York City based T PG capital in the company's national real estate lending group Joshua's, the son of the founder and president of the Bernard financial group. Dennis burner. The suburban collection has opened a new one hundred thousand square foot Ford dealership in Waterford and has looking to hire thirty more employees to its staff of one hundred and twenty the suburban collection is the largest dealership in the state spanning thirty five franchises fifty two locations and three thousand employees in south east, Michigan, Florida and California. David Fisher junior is president and chief operating officer of the family business. Founded by his grandfather in one thousand nine hundred forty eight the big local family business news is about Bill for junior. He was named the two thousand eighteen newsmaker of the year by Crain's Detroit, primarily because of foreign companies purchase of the Detroit train station. Bill Ford junior is the executive chairman of the Ford Motor Company. And of course, the great grandson of Henry Ford, the Ford family owns less than two percent of the automaker. But as in nineteen fifty-six when the company went public they remained firmly in control with forty percent of the voting power through a special class of stack. So they are not a family owned business. But rather a family controlled business with all the same issues as a family owned business. Jeff, this is really a remarkable story. How for so many generations, the Ford family has maintained control of Ford Motor Company a publicly traded business. Even though they own a very small percentage of the stock. Yeah, it's really brilliant. How Bill Ford has positioned himself has kinda face and spokesperson for the company recently at the auto show. They did a launch of the F one fifty at Ford field. And it was amazing and Bill Ford talked about the history. Of the family, his his great grandfather Henry Ford Thomas Edison, and you know, really picking the right role for him as the spokesperson picking the right role. He was of course, CEO for a number of years, then he stepped aside brilliantly for alma Lally, Bill Ford junior understands that you can lead a family business without being an executive in the business by leading the ownership of.

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"ford thomas" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

The Double Dropkick Show

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

"Competition savannah Evans, beat Kevin Ray, drew Adler, a defeated Cody Vance, John scholar defeated Sean legacy in a matched. It's gotten rave reviews. And in the final match of the first round lucky Ali defeated flour Brown in a huge upset and all these matches. I believe our own the Cheeto Facebook page, I saw someone had posted these videos, and you can go watch them there in the semifinals. John scholar defeated drew allergy Adler who suffered what appeared to be a pretty severe ankle injury in that match. We'll be keeping out for his status lucky Ali defeated. Tha then Evans and in go ahead. Call it early in the year. It's a biggest upset I have seen and this region in a long time the eighteen year old rookie lucky Ali defeated the southern state of your John skyler to become the king of bushido on this night. And he will move onto the winners tournament again, great matches, and you can check them out on Facebook. And they'll be back at the American Legion next month in a W A had their New Year's revolt, and it was a full card yet Craig classic defeating John VC big bike Martinez and Nathan cross in a four way scramble. Nathan cross getting ready to make his South Carolina here in a couple of weeks, Montana, black defeated legendary Larry be the Burke county boys defeated Adam Jane's and Cameron Jackson. Adam Jan's, actually, just left camera Jackson on his own and Burke county boys able to get the victory Casey thunder and dry white defeated so patrol Bodo Chad bird defeated golden gladiator number two Stewart snodgrass defeated Jackson sane by disqualification. And found out found out the Jackson sane is the one who stoves Stewart's clipboard. So it's gonna be interesting to see what comes of this. If if we're going to see more Max's between these two men yawn Ford Thomas extreme defeated big time. Yeah. After Adam James came out and help Thomas extreme get the win. And it was it was a big win for Thomas extreme. And in the main event in Awa heavyweight champion amp dominant. Got the got the successful title defence over Zane Riley in Awa going to be back just here in a couple of weeks. You can check him out on Facebook at N A W A also make sure you go and check them out on YouTube where they put out a weekly YouTube show. Oh, really good Steph southern honor wrestling Friday night, canton, Georgia at they action building bell, Thom eight o'clock, listen to some of these matching southern honor wrestling has taking Georgia by storm. It is getting a lot of buzz. They've got some big names involved with this promotion behind the scenes, there's a lot of resources behind this promotion, and it is showing in their production. It's showing in their creativity. And so far showing in their ability to draw fans here some of these matches. These are great great matches. Joe black taken on shallan legacy in singles competition triple threat tag team match. You got the jungle kings versus the Lynch mob versus the shotgun killers. These three teams have been going back and forth in various ways over the last couple of weeks. Last couple of months their southern honor. And we're going to settle things this Friday night also salary Naro taken on Dax Anthony in singles competition. Tutti Lynn, I believe making her southern hundred of you to debut taking on Danny Jordan and camp Carter taking on Owen night. Oh and night a announced as.

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"ford thomas" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

The Double Dropkick Show

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"ford thomas" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show

"Competition savannah Evans, beat Kevin Ray, drew Adler, a defeated Cody Vance, John scholar defeated Sean legacy in a matched. It's gotten rave reviews. And in the final match of the first round lucky Ali defeated flour Brown in a huge upset and all these matches. I believe our own the Cheeto Facebook page, I saw someone had posted these videos, and you can go watch them there in the semifinals. John scholar defeated drew allergy Adler who suffered what appeared to be a pretty severe ankle injury in that match. We'll be keeping out for his status lucky Ali defeated. Tha then Evans and in go ahead. Call it early in the year. It's a biggest upset I have seen and this region in a long time the eighteen year old rookie lucky Ali defeated the southern state of your John skyler to become the king of bushido on this night. And he will move onto the winners tournament again, great matches, and you can check them out on Facebook. And they'll be back at the American Legion next month in a W A had their New Year's revolt, and it was a full card yet Craig classic defeating John VC big bike Martinez and Nathan cross in a four way scramble. Nathan cross getting ready to make his South Carolina here in a couple of weeks, Montana, black defeated legendary Larry be the Burke county boys defeated Adam Jane's and Cameron Jackson. Adam Jan's, actually, just left camera Jackson on his own and Burke county boys able to get the victory Casey thunder and dry white defeated so patrol Bodo Chad bird defeated golden gladiator number two Stewart snodgrass defeated Jackson sane by disqualification. And found out found out the Jackson sane is the one who stoves Stewart's clipboard. So it's gonna be interesting to see what comes of this. If if we're going to see more Max's between these two men yawn Ford Thomas extreme defeated big time. Yeah. After Adam James came out and help Thomas extreme get the win. And it was it was a big win for Thomas extreme. And in the main event in Awa heavyweight champion amp dominant. Got the got the successful title defence over Zane Riley in Awa going to be back just here in a couple of weeks. You can check him out on Facebook at N A W A also make sure you go and check them out on YouTube where they put out a weekly YouTube show. Oh, really good Steph southern honor wrestling Friday night, canton, Georgia at they action building bell, Thom eight o'clock, listen to some of these matching southern honor wrestling has taking Georgia by storm. It is getting a lot of buzz. They've got some big names involved with this promotion behind the scenes, there's a lot of resources behind this promotion, and it is showing in their production. It's showing in their creativity. And so far showing in their ability to draw fans here some of these matches. These are great great matches. Joe black taken on shallan legacy in singles competition triple threat tag team match. You got the jungle kings versus the Lynch mob versus the shotgun killers. These three teams have been going back and forth in various ways over the last couple of weeks. Last couple of months their southern honor. And we're going to settle things this Friday night also salary Naro taken on Dax Anthony in singles competition. Tutti Lynn, I believe making her southern hundred of you to debut taking on Danny Jordan and camp Carter taking on Owen night. Oh and night a announced as.

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