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"frank berry" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"But she was promoted to winner as source goals for Mike winters. Running for the late great Trevor hemmings. Was demoted. And she then takes control. Kerry gets her hands on the horse and the horse was running an absolute blinder on her first stars. And then bolts up at wexford. And along with that, she won a bumper here in Ireland as well. And of course, has taken those horses back to the states. So this already has experience of having competed in the republic and having shipped to the United States, the long-term plan, of course, will then be to ship back. But how much of this are we as fans not aware of that we're probably more focused on Frank berry or Frankie tight lips. This is known on the show for JPMorgan. And the other major owners in jumps racing buying horses and as you know, sell you Megan the price of pointer pointers and ex friend sources is an astronomical when it comes. So how many horses of the X point to point sphere who are actually winners are heading to America? Not enough. Emmett. We need more of them. But you know, on the flip side of that, we've got some great American pedigrees too. And American horses are winning races over jumps too. So it's a great mix, but it's nice to have the additional options of horses from the Irish point to point and point to pointing in Ireland is such a an amazing foundation. I know that there was a lot of slack given to ruby back in the spring because he had talked about that and everybody came and jumped into defend the Irish point to pointing it. It is the foundation. It's just like the American point to pointing. If we don't have American point to points, we don't have the national sequel chase association horses need the point to point. Exactly. To get to a level of fitness, a level of experience, the young apprentice riders need it. The jockeys who are, you know, maybe aging out, need it. Or rehabbing back from an injury, it's such a vital part of a healthy jump racing scene. We all need those point to points. And you guys have these incredible courses. And obviously your weather is suitable for, you know, ducks basically. I mean, it's just mud bogging over there. And I think what happens is that not every horse likes that kind of going. And so we don't have going here. Once in a blue moon will have a race course that gets completely bogged down by mud and there might be patches in it, where it's very bad. But to be honest, if we have a day where the weather is so bad in the course comes up like that, we're not going to we're not going to run trainers will scratch and it doesn't make a good sense of it. That rarely happens here. Where they'll cancel racing because of the weather because the course took on way too much water. Our course is, you know, they're used one day a year here. So they're primed and ready for that kind of usage. But not every horse likes the going in Ireland or in England. And so they look for something with less cut. They look for a firmer firmer ground. And that's what we offer. And so it's interesting and Carrie has been on so many international horses that have come from England and from Ireland and she has a good feel just like, you know, Tom Garner does. You know, so many of these Irish and English jockeys that we have over here. They get to go home and they get to get on these horses during our winter when we because we run at different time than England and Ireland. We take from the middle of November off until typically the end of March or early April. We don't have jump racing other than point to points, and they typically start in early March. There's that period of time when all of our international jockeys go home and they get on horses and they say, yeah, this one's not making it here, but he would do really well in America. And that's where a lot of these forces are sourced from, and that's why a lot of them are sourced. And that's why the Irish point to points and the English jumpers make great sense for us. And we have owners who have the resources to be able to purchase these horses and bring them over whether they are great at stake winners, like, you know, we had oh my gosh, his name escapes me now. The horse at Willie Mullins had shipped over here. Yes, footpad. Thank you. You know, that was almost a $1 million grade one earner when he was purchased by sunny via. So we have owners who have the ability to pay top dollar for good horses. To come over and then we have people like Carrie and Leslie, who are out there, you know, doing the research scouring the ground. They've got their people on the ground there in the yards, and that the sales that know the skinny on these horses from where they're currently training and they get really good prospects that have either not started or only done bumpers of only done point to points and they bring them over here and they do really well with them. So I think it's a great source for our Americans to chase jump racing community. And I would hate to see that opportunity disappear because I think as I sent before, there are so many good flat horses here in the United States with fantastic pedigrees, like booby trap, for example, who ran yesterday. But we need the additional Irish and English horses and the point to points they're just phenomenally. They can not be replaced as far as a new, not a new, but an existing resource for us. And you mentioned historic heart. So this time last year, he won a handicap hurdle for 3700 pounds. Which kind of goes to the whole prize money issue in the UK right now. You were talking about the amount of money he's picked up, which is basically the equivalent of his career. So I'll work off Sterling, you work after dollars. 24,000 pounds is his current career earnings according to the paper. They haven't updated. He's basically won that, or it just shy of it without race yesterday. But he remains in the same ownership, just transferred to carry. So Atlantic Friends racing suggests that I don't know, maybe they're Friends across the Atlantic, maybe there's people living in the UK and there's some friends in America. That's correct. They're actually split. So Paul Williams, who was here yesterday yesterday, I believe he's English. He lives, I believe in Connecticut, just north of New York. And there were about 12 of them, so it's a group, obviously. And then you mentioned Nigel hawk. So they have two horses and training with Carrie and two horses in training back in England. And based on the excitement that they had yesterday, I have a very strong feeling that Carrie's going to get some new horses. Yeah, I would imagine so. But I also wonder if it's the case of the purse money as you describe it because absolutely. For and this is something that James will be warned about two years ago. He gave an example of businessmen and business women. But let me expand that and say, let's say you're retired. Or you're running a business that has interest in the United States and in the United Kingdom. And either way, if.
"frank berry" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast
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"frank berry" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Under the age of the air here on declare your independence of me or in tan kok. Getting work down donald. Neither hang out here in oklahoma pie. Be here through tuesday pro. We hit through them. We get everything all the stuff that we do. We didn't do we're doing so we have You know it's nice here kind of cold you know. But that's a hell of a lot better. And being freaking ninety one hundred degrees and arizona desert so i'm joining us so we're just chilling and and you know we got he'd miller on and he's in new york city. No you're in baltimore right onto both more. All right baltimore maryland. It's what we're gonna do today in the third hour and we'll probably probably go long to be dr frank berry on tyranny report. You know so. We're going to see what's up in a land of cable news because i don't care but we're you'll get us all caught up and that's how i get my news on what's going on around the world but there are taxi. I had put a lot. And we put stuff up on previous phoenix. You know china's doing this russia's doing that ukraine south china sea aircraft carriers hypersonic missiles afghanistan. Two point whatever trillion dollars. We spent there for something. And you know we're going to they. I saw this one thing in iraq. They had a tv show where they had like fake terrorist get celebrities and blindfold them and put them through the whole thing and putting on a suicide vest and all this other crap and they don't know that it's it's a it's a reality tv show and they weren't really kidnapped and it's like what i owe kiss their there. I guess they don't get to be sued or something because damn anyway so that. That's just ridiculous. I i feel some manipulation on their. We spend a lot of time this weekend on talk with some of the developers and everything on what we're doing with internet three point kiss my butt and a interplanetary file system and it's got a lot more potential than i think we got really ahead of the game on this and just like you see now. Everybody's flooding in into crypto and. Certainly there is one that we got. I don't know if you heard about it. So he was called pirate chain. A are is it's handle and it went from twenty three cents to like seven eight dollars or something. You know who the seven dollars seven like a lot and i'm like it's a lot and i go. Hey did you giddy. Yes i did. Because mike swat tech he really liked. It's coding. Because it was a privacy coin even better than narrow claim you know and it has private communications. You know you do the memo field. Cheap transactions lot of the stuff that we've been talking about so of course it made it our way and i had to go through a bunch of hoops to get it because you had to go get a stable core. I get other or something to get it and then you put another one that then you moved it to the pirate wallet all my god you. Also he might map it out. You know what we should do long telegram and he said all right. If you do it this how you do it so i followed the instructions got it and i'm glad i did because 'cause i'm glad i did because it's a you know i got i got. I got a new car. It's going to be. Yeah something so i. There's that and there's some others and horizon is a favorite of mine for a long time that i bought for the same reasons. And that's what's happening is all this crypto craze in does coin. Just another joke. You know. I mean i guess it works but it was just for fun and all of a sudden nealon says some about it and bo goes so it's not one of those. It's it's one that has specific use case. And i keep telling people about raven coin that we got a couple of years ago for this. Very reason it's going to be used for real estate holding multisector transaction cost a blah blah blah. You know we need that to sell space on the precarious honor pirate ship. You wanna have your own cabinet. How are we going to do it. You know so. That was one of the answers so anything that has an answer to specific problem. Does it. well bloom here. It goes oh. I just got on library to pirates. Go on the crypto. Vigilante teams with uncle vigilant this shows dedicated to the privacy coin of all privacy coins. Pirate chain are a hoy maids and i go. Okay you guys talk about that all you want. 'cause i got so so this is good. Now where we're going or saheed ni- overlap is fast and it's abilities and he was one of the early guys at. Yeah you know this. Were i wanna help all work and derek and i you know kind of your demonstrated what could be done and so. He's been a really ethical part of a lot of the things that we wanted to do. He was familiar with and he helped us a lot. With and as we move forward we need to get the no saheed more we got pull up with the boss and say hey you know we're gonna say you just walk out your front door get in the studio. We got touchy feely. Hug on what you smell like. If you got bad breath or not or south. I i'm telling you man. I don't like doing a lot of stuff with this. High end. saved humanity from the man with people. I haven't actually been in the presence of the. That's just one thing we just gotta meet. We talked over the years but he just got to get you to festival man. Was it gonna take to get you to go to pork fast. Well we gotta do man. It's need a bus ticket for that. One man an attendant. We'll see what we can do. We do the pirate cove thing and we'll see if we can hook it up. He'd out the meet you guys. Would you go. Would you go if you could absolutely all right. We'll see molly. So i gotta go to this art right. This is what will do this would be like. You know i work it out. We'll do some payment of Say he's been doing a solid so we give pork fast. Because i think you need to go you know 'cause you you dig it you know and it's not that far that'd be dope By the way. Because that's what i was hoping to get to if i can get mid fast. The next mid october pork fast is the last week you in june. Yeah so last week. In june and then Folk fast right after that goes through four july. You know so. It's like a two week deal so if you can get away thick of it performance i tried to catch you back when we first started corresponding on email. But you data with sars you get to see the molly skies over determined early another.
"frank berry" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Six letter of captain mark a pirates is characterized by voluntary interactions. Unfortunately the crown presses everyone into involuntary servitude landlubbers believe slavery was abolished years ago. But the crowns still claims to own us. When it comes into service against our will given sufficient ambition it would gladly draft thousands of hapless victims to kill or be killed. It's simply slavery by another name. Landlubbers routinely commanded to serve the so-called justice system jury duty but before you swell with civic pride consider that how you feel is irrelevant to the crown you will appear as ordered or face punitive measures. The crown insists that you participate in your own oppression. Jury summons provides pirates with a unique opportunity to obstruct injustices a djuric vote. Not guilty even. If it's proven the law was violated a juror. Ken equipped for any reason at all. And not even a judge can reverse that verdict receiving a jury. Summons is basically winning the sedition lottery. But if you reveal that you know this during jury selection you'll probably be dismissed if the crown foolishly crimsky pirate into jury duty. It behooves the pirate to conceal their intention to nullify unjust laws. If the master takes one hundred percent of your labor it's called slavery but if they only take fifty percent they call it taxation a difference of degree not kind whether the crown claims a fourteen percent is irrelevant. Most of all a slave owner desires contended slaves meaning thoughtless ones. And except their bondage. These how slaves see no contradiction and being drafted in a ward in slavery or summoned to a jury to prosecute tax evasion and ideal. Slave knows no higher call than the masters will the crowns. Highest ambition is that it's slaves revere the authority that's subjugate stem but the crown does not own me. I will not surrender my time and treasure. To the crown's ambitions. 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I'm going with alan. Wait wait we wait wait. What about the reset report. We're news everywhere. Well this is the question i wait. I roll ralph hurting. We're all suspect so last four minutes. What is the question you wanna ask. Read let's go. What has always been my question from the beginning of me doing this thirty years. Do we have an accurate election. Is this real you know. Do you think the election is real. And and it's going to be interesting to see how he answers that or phrase it. He's going to go all politician. You know he's going to go. Well you know we need to the civic duty of the labor day you start down that rabbi whatever you know i don't care if he acknowledges there is problem or god forbid there's something that you as a united states freaking senator can do you know if he's not doing anything about that as we were talking to roger stone. I'm going if you guys are deal with this just whistling past the graveyard and they did you know. I don't know what they thought they were gonna do. They did. But it's it's over. I mean and it's over in the minds of so many more people were before it was people that understood in new and i went through. You know a lot of checking off boxes to make sure that i could confidently tell myself. It just doesn't matter. I didn't do it for everybody else. I wasn't trying to convince everybody. I don't try to convince you that it's all bs. I just want to try and make sure you understand why i'm so convinced. That's it. you do whatever you want. But i'm no oh dhabi. He was definitely did like the fact that you know. I had helped voting you vote. I had to help. Frank helped me. We parked in talking to disabled spot. Vote fraud right there. I go are allowed to have help. I'm a disabled motor man. I i get to vote. I definitely need help. 'cause i'm not i don't take this seriously ooh i don't i need help. I'm not allowed to let you come in and help me i. Can i get help. I'm going to help. Because when i need help. They won't be. These heck wanted to take my help vote and you know. Just get off my ass. You know just like you wanted to help. But but ernest hancock sticker. I voted for that was great. I so i do want to point out earning Chatting off the air. You know the question is much into the weeds here. I wanna give more stop but is rand. Paul going to be in competition mode at this meeting and i have to say if he is. I think the dumbest with it. Because you know you're not going to have a meeting probably someone's house. Who's if you're going to be invited. Ran there these. Are i mean where different community and the people in this audience as well. I don't understand what we're in the no parv secret club but the way we are. I mean we've been there a long time. He's he's the only office because of is the momentum in my opinion from his dad and all the work that is done on the ron paul revolution two-thirds or.
"frank berry" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Bars sold from trucks are brick and mortars and distributed at 4000 grocery stores all around the country and wildly successful because you started only what Nine years ago, Right 779? Yeah, Grown a lot since then. That's better. Let's talk about the journey. Did you always want to be an entrepreneur? You know, I looked back and I see the seats were being sown. But I don't think that I really It was kind of presented as an option. It kind of more got to it by default. But what's really exciting is I do a lot of like mentoring and you know, with younger and younger kids, and there's so much more aware of entrepreneurship, So I think that's really changing. And more people will have their sights set on that. Yeah, I find that to this chair to be the truth. The people the standard get out of college. Good job. Nine. Five. Yeah, get a pension is kind of going away. And then Yeah, I think he's gonna turn it up. Yeah, thinking outside the box, and you know, there's just so much awareness about business how to start up in some more and more people are really doing their own thing. Ice cream. Why so my backgrounds, actually, architecture, I said for seven years, and I just became really interested in how to make architecture. More fun and accessible for people think anything cool should be accessible, Not the other way around. So I started playing around with using food to get people more engaged in the architecture of conversation, and I called it Farka texture. I went to Berkeley. So you know you have to have like a movement to manifesto up there, and I just started playing around, you know, with what that could mean. And then my first job out of grad school was Disney Imagineering, and there Session head. So as part of like, lightening the mood of the office. I started baking cookies, making ice cream naming the combination after architects and it was literally comic relief for people who were being laid off. Sometimes the easiest things I love that Berkeley campus smells bookstore still open. I think I think it is. Yeah, e knew him. Always just regard is my real ice cream from people. Cigar flavored ice cream. Ugo Cigar? Yeah, um It seems like most people that are really successful. Follow their dreams, and they know something about me. It's easier that way. Yeah. Yeah, I definitely think so. I think you can also the dream commune, different things. So you know, I was going down this path of design, and then I realized in introducing this ice cream dialogue around architectural. It's still needed, you know, Packaging Design logo website, And so I still been able to apply a lot of those skills and be in the food business. Which is I mean, if I told my five year old self what I'm doing now at 33 like I'm the nice From Lady Be like That sounds pretty good to me, and I know it's a dream job, and it's wildly successful as we said earlier, and you've been written up everywhere. Um, who's your favorite entrepreneur? That's a great question. I am a big fan of, uh, you know, I like Richard Branson a lot. I mean, he definitely, you know, talk about Ah, brand being an umbrella for so many things. I think that's a really great approach. Because then the world is short waster. You know you can go from, you know record label to airline to Cola, the phones. It may not all be successful, but that's kind of the entrepreneurs, right. You're allowed to fail to Richard Branson's name comes up in here more than anywhere really more than Steve Jobs. Yeah. How do you think that is? I think Richard Branson also seems like a pretty nice guy. You know, I don't know him personally, but I think that he is really I would say I'm you know for me, Steve. Jobs is, um, you know, definitely an icon. I think his style of how he made his you know, Mission happen is pretty brutal. Yeah, I see that. Thank you. So you know it could policy. I like to smile a lot, and you know, she thinks pretty happy and fun. So it's maybe just a different approach. What's what was the scariest thing about stepping out on your own? You know, I've been kind of going down this path, you know, studying architecture, undergrad and grad school. My dad's an architect. Actually, my dad's an architect, and my mom is an animator at Disney. I always thought they had the coolest jobs, but I want to do something totally different. And then my first job was architect at Disney, so I couldn't have been more like the two of them. But you know, you're sort of on this path. And all of sudden, you say Whoa, I'm going to take a total left turn. You know, we bought this truck You know, off Craigslist for 2500 bucks with my personal credit card and doing this ice cream kind of vision. It was just so not that sort of, you know, going along this this idea that you have, that's very clear Cut, but I think you know 25 when I started the company, so you're pretty comfortable expressing At that point, So it's not like that overwhelming. I mean, I just sort of thought we had this vision. Not nothing to lose, you know. So Natasha case is our guest. She's the CEO and founder of Cool House. H A U S right like that. That spelling on that s O. Architecture and ice cream. What? What? What makes it good? Anyone? Yes. No, not to me. But what makes you think so? I think one thing is just with ice cream or with so many brands, folding in a whole other audience that you wouldn't expect you sort of think of Ben and Jerry's and rock and roll. I mean, they did that so well, it doesn't necessarily belong there. But the more you sort of integrated into that world and think of it at that, Like, you know, the Woodstock like ice cream and sure you're seeing all that You're okay and it pulls in this other world. You know, Architecture may not be as big of a reaches as you know, rock and roll, but we all are existing and spaces all the time. So it's just a great way to if people want to learn about architecture by the names of our flavors like Frank Berry, Mental ism Richard Meier, 11 Louis Pecan, which is our bacon ice cream. Great If they don't learn about it, we're like no harm, no foul, but also for me. I think one of the biggest things that's come out of this is brands need design, and they need strong visuals. More than ever. So if you have that kind of orchids Texture. Mind do you think about every little thing is gonna be designed. And how is that gonna tell story? It actually has been an incredibly handy background for running a business. The only friends exactly surprising it. Uh, surprisingly people say no, really. You're working so hard that you don't have time for friends. Well, you'd be surprised how many friends I screamed at you. So if you find a solution for ice cream headaches Well, you know that does tend to plague the industry. To some.
"frank berry" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Out to George's long term Healthcare facility, Mrs. From Walgreens and CVS, fanning out today to give the corona virus vaccine toe workers and presidents and nursing homes around the state to part Enough, community Health Commissioner Frank Berry says. We're moving the chains on this virus. Now. Today is a great day. It's a day of hope is, the governor said. We feel like we're now becoming getting involved in the offensive instead of the defense workers will be the first to be vaccinated. Then the residents of those facilities there's more than half a million doses of both visors and modernist vaccine in the state right now, Michelle, right, 95.5 WSB WSB news time is 10 03. This is an update from the gun owners Action Fund. Joe Biden has a secret and you won't know about it until after January. 5th. It's de funding the police, But Biden can't talk about it till after January. 5th. I don't think we should make that a big issue going into before January, 5th. When the election takes place down and Georgia Biden's afraid If Georgians know he's preparing to defund the police, you'll reject John US often. Raphael Warnock. That's how they beat the living hell out of us across the country, saying that we're talking about the funding the police if we're not can also win. You lose. First They defund the police. Then they take away your gun rights. How will you protect yourself Vote against war? Not can also off. Your safety depends on it. Gun owners Action fund paid for it is responsible for the content of this advertising. Gun Owners action fund calm not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee. Recently a new client call me and started by saying, Mr Morgan. I really need your help. But I'm just a nobody. Those words stunned me, and I immediately called him back..
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"I'm first champ alive in the WSB 24 hour news center and right now Corona virus vaccines going out to Georgia's long term healthcare facilities. Pharmacist from Walgreens and CVS fanning out today to give the Corona virus vaccine the workers and presidents and nursing homes around the state Department of Community Health Commissioner Frank Berry says We're moving the chains on this virus. Now. Today is a great day. It's a day of hope is, the governor said. We feel like we're now becoming getting involved in the offensive. Instead of the defense workers will be the first to be vaccinated. Then the residents of those facilities there's more than half a million doses of both visors and modern is vaccine in the state right now, Michelle right, 95.5 W S. B. 55 degrees on Peachtree Street. Coming up to a one channel two action news meteorologist Brad Knits in for Kurt Mellish again. This week's got Atlanta's most accurate, dependable forecast four. This New Year's We coming up in the city, South Fulton and on fire. She's Sterling Jones, getting his shot today says he wants to set a public example. It's very important for the vaccination because as far fighters, you know, were the first person to come in. Most times come in contact with every patient assumes you call 911. We're always there. So that's being vaccinated. This kind of keeping the public safe if you will he talk to double USPS. Robin Wolinsky, the White House official in charge of Corona virus testing says it is very likely now that new and more contagious strain of covert 19 is already in the U. S. And were bred career says experts have spent the mutated virus first detected in Britain has already made the jump to new on North America despite new travel restrictions, But there is no proof of it. As yet, the admiral says there's good evidence to suggest that in any event, the current vaccines will still be effective. Christmas weekend airport travel numbers air out more revealing, and perhaps important this year that in recent years past the T S a says it's screened about 1.3 million people inside airport Sunday that is a new pandemic travel record. The previous one was nearly 1.2 million set December 23rd. Sunday was the sixth day of the Christmas holiday rush to see screenings exceed one million per day. All that travel despite warnings from the CDC to stay at home during the pandemic. Health experts are worried about the spikes the U. S will see next month, much like the virus spikes after Thanksgiving. Travel Mat Piper CBS News Top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Director.
"frank berry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Do you think that the federal government is likely to extend that December 31st? Kate. I think it's really hard to make any sort of prediction on that, especially with it being an election year. So then the best thing is to be to be sort of hesitant about paying it back unless everything else is working in your direction. I think hesitant isn't necessarily the word I would use. I think you just be weak kneed to strategize. What makes the most sense for doors unique situation. And even though you probably are hearing a lot of people say, Oh, my goodness. Take advantage is 0% interest rates. The thing I always like to point out if you don't get a refund on that death scene it So if next month you need that money to put towards something else is more pressing, immediate bill. That's a really important consideration. They do want people to think about making sure they have money. He didn't put in proceedings that passion that is accessible as opposed to trying to take advantage of a unique situation. Are there any numbers yet about how many People are trying to pay off student loans at this time. I haven't seen any specific staff's on how many people are making aggressive payments during the final comparison. Not I think, really. The bigger thought is just how many nine million people have faced unemployment during this period of time. The fact that we really just need to be focusing on and putting on our financial mask the best we can and you know, supporting one another. Aaron, Thanks so much. That's Erin Lowry, a contributor to Bloomberg opinion and author of Broke Millennial. Stop Scraping by and Get your Financial Life together. Bloomberg OPINION column. This Frank Barry is crossing the country in a Winnebago to find the spirit of America. His Siri's of columns looking for Lincoln. A Portrait of America at a Crossroads features reports from his journey West along the Lincoln Highway, a zigzag e network of local roads that began in Times Square, New York City and will end by Election Day at the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. So where did your trip take you? This week. This week, we went through Ohio, Indiana, knowing all night and Iowa, So you went to an old fashioned barbershop and talk politics. The barber shop on the Lincoln Highway in Ohio, the west of Canton called Lincoln Way. Barbershop. Of course, the fireworks Ah place have a glamorous people come in and talk about it. Of course, covert is on everybody's mind. But a lot of politics being spoken to and that a lot of guys guys the time in both now in Wainwright, But not everyone. That's here of almost anybody coming in strong, appending. Everybody's down opinion and respond with about of them. That thinks they're right. Um, so no one decided there and then you went to Notre Dame, your alma mater. I did I visited with the president of Father, John Lincoln, and this was before anyone in law professor and combat was nominated for the Supreme Court was widely expected. So I had a chance to ask him a little bit about the role of faith in politics in public debate. And what? What is his take on it. Well, he felt about the importance of bringing about moral values. Whatever they are into the public square when instead of we don't know how to live any debate at all, whether the charity poverty, mother's or anything else, of course. A lot of the focus on Andy's going baroness on her portion and the masculine out that and that we need to be able to discuss the fake one. In legislatures on their lives. Working out what other dame? Okay? And then you went on to Chicago. I did in Chicago had a Ah met with the CEO of a airport concessions company, the son of a Aah Mexican immigrant who came here without papers. Workings are whole life with carpenter when his son big went to Catholic schools got group from DePaul, but Arthur Andersen, Arthur Andersen went belly up. He started his own business on commercial real estate, which has been brought before the 2008 crash and but you know, I have it on its feet and started another thing that really struck me. So many oil, the story of America and certainly the story of Lincoln Ah fell and try again fail and try again. In your column. What struck me is that he said that when he travels abroad, he's always called an American and at home. He's called the Mexican Yeah, It's certainly erupt in the wrong way, and you can understand alive that when he comes home here, he's being differently and not as an American, something less American than when he's traveling on business abroad. And it's something that you know, I heard, he said. Wrong factor his days in school when people with time if you want a Spanish go back to Mexico. On his years. Sultan of our families in Europe speak multiple languages on this celebrate that. Why? Why don't you get out of here? So we talked a little bit about some of the The resentment that the immigrants from Mexico, you know, maybe not. I have never been to Iowa. What did you find there? Besides their corn fields, as they seem just show in the movies has certainly are no shortage of Garfield as well as something that most people don't expect, which was the first Mask that has ever been that was ever built in the country is in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. When I spoke with the imam there who is one of them from when talks with them about the history of the mouth and the on going to the meaning of the word. Some of the difficulties that they face in years. I'm a There's been a startling rise on anti Muslim sentiment and what has he said? Not much and which was both before but certainly in other parts of Iowa. On other parts of defensive, too, and the community really rallied around the mosque, which was really heartening for him on the phone book into the conversation thinking because I asked him to about What do you do when you bring religious values in the public square? How you accommodate that fact, with different groups with different people believe different things. And where do you have next, Frank? The road from I really like it highly. Clinton abroad in Colorado. Ana Puente, Wyoming. Thanks, Frank. That's Bloomberg Opinion columnist Frank Berry follow his trip across America by reading his column. Siri's looking for Lincoln, a Portrait of America at a.
"frank berry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Columnists. I'm June grow also. Coming up on the show why unified government is looking more likely. Plus, we check in with Bloomberg Opinion columnist Frank Berry on his trip across America in a Winnebago. But first Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, the 30 year old first term representative from New York, recently made an urgent pitch to her millions of supporters video, a livestream Chet on instagram, and it wasn't about political reform or corporate greed. Voting for Joe Biden is not about whether you agree with him. It's a vote to let our democracy live another day. That's what this is about. Senator Bernie Sanders delivered a similar message during a speech at George Washington University. That's someone who's strongly supporting Joe Biden. Let's be clear. A landslide victory for Biden will make it virtually impossible for Trump to deny the results and is our best means of defending. Ma Chrissy have burning an AOC change Their tunes here to tell us more is Frank Wilkinson and editor for Bloomberg Opinion. Did. Sanders and AOC have a common message? Well, they did. And it's not a message that has been there, Norm. I mean, Usually if you go back over the past few years, obviously, AOC is is a very recent political phenomenon. But Bernie Sanders ran for president in 2016, and that's how most people know him and his argument really old has been pretty, a class based Ahh. He makes the case. But you know, the corporate America overpowered and ah is corrupt and is imposing its well. On average Americans, and that's pretty much the same type of rhetoric you get from Alexandria custody of Cortez as well or what changed is both of them in the past week. Issued a public statement. They said, Look, you know it's It's not about us. Curses them. It's not about you know the corporations or two powerful rich don't pay enough taxes it look, we can worry about that stuff later. Right now we have to save democracy. Some people argue that A loss of Sanderssupporters is what cost Clinton the election and he didn't embrace her. Sanders didn't embrace her in the way that some Democrats and certainly Hillary Clinton supporters wanted him to Is it different this time? Did he embrace Joe Biden? It is different. There's time. There was a lot of contention between Sanders supporters and Clinton supporters at the Democratic Conventions. Once you saw it on the floor of the convention sought when when you talk to people in the hallways Well, there's a lot of sort of churning angst in that convention. Bernie Sanders has been very supportive of Joe Biden. And and in a much more embracing weapon. It was Children. Clinton and he went ahead in his speech last week, and no really made the pitch for by The IOC has been less Overtly supportive of Biden, and I think that carried over to her Instagram posted well, when she was to think, Hey, work. We have to vote for someone who was going to save democracy. And in that case is Joe Biden. But it wasn't She wasn't making a heartfelt plea for Joe Biden as Joe Biden making a heartfelt plea. To vote for democracy to fight another day as she said, So it wasn't Biden per se. It was the notion ofthe, creating the capacity for Democratic government to teaching. Trump's recent statements where he won't assure that there's going to be a peaceful transition of power. If you lose is unless there's with what he calls Ah, fair election. Is that what's leading Sanders and AOC to come out now? Perhaps a little stronger than they might have before? Well, Donald Trump's authoritarianism is not a secret, and it's not. No part of authoritarianism is the is the level of corruption that he engages in. Part of it is his, uh, contempt for rule of law. And when you get to this point where we're in the last phase one election, where he is behind in the polls consistently. And he started saying that if he does not win, then he essentially invalidate the election by calling ballot fraudulent by calling AA system fraudulent and he will not be removed from power. He's not really making any bones about whether he's an authoritarian or not, He's a mounting it quite publicly. So yeah, the the level of alarm And raised because he has made it abundantly clear that he is not only not going to abide by rule of law as president, he is not going to abide by the rule of law in the instance of the election, Ivor, who are Sanders and AOC supporters. Sanders and his supporters are identified by their ideology, more than any other factor, But you know, younger people tend to be the one to AH would describe themselves Democratic socialist Motion's passed, you know, Democratic Socialist and and so they do tend to have a younger base. That was certainly true of Bernie Sanders in 2016. It was true his campaign in 2020 as well. Well, and she is really kind of off or a rock star among younger people, so their base is definitely in both cases. There based huge younger and we'll see if they have the influence to move some of those people to the polls. Obviously, younger voters traditionally are not as the active voters as older fingers are. And how does theater Merican left usually approach elections? Obviously, they weren't thrilled with Hillary Clinton. They're not thrilled with Joe Biden. How what's their normal approach to elections?.
"frank berry" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Apple and Amazon have lost a please 1.8% 10 year Yield 100.66% Gold down 3/10 of 1% 1939 the ounce. And West Texas. Enemy agree of crude is higher now by 4/10 of 1% 37 43 about so again recapping stocks trading mix, The SNP is lower by 13 down by about 4/10 of 1%. I'm Charlie Pallet. That's a Bloomberg business. Flash Bloomberg opinion informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news. It is time now for Bloomberg opinion, and we have a special one for you today, joining us his opinion columnist Frank Berry, But we're Launching a new project of Bloomberg Project called Looking for Lincoln Portrait America at a crossroads. So, Frank, thank you so much for being with us. Layout first. Exactly what you're seeking to do here is you travel across the country from coast to coast. Sure. So I am driving the Lincoln Highway, which most people have never heard of it. It's not actually a hideaway, but it is the office transcontinental over the first road connecting the two coasts. And it was dedicated 1913 on our President Lincoln as the first National Monument to President Lincoln opened about nine years before the Lincoln Memorial in Washington Open And it was named, of course for the man who held the country together more And so I'm just beginning this dirty along the Lincoln Highway, which still exists that is a serious of vocal overrun that exacts across the country from New York for the One of New York in Times Square to San Francisco on the Golden Gate Bridge and is the idea to talk to people regular old people out there across the country between the coat to Costa's, we say and get their take on what's going on in the country as well as in the election. Yeah, Part of it is to live out of Washington and politics and a new cycle and and especially the presidential campaign on too To give a voice to people in local communities that may not get a lot of attention toe look at problems that they're having to look at how they're working to solve them to look at some of the issues that underlie Some of the divisions in our national politics but bringing a local lens And also to look at some of the things that the values of the ideas that fine communities together. This is a time, of course of the enormous division in the country, Intense Visions around the election and other issues. Ah, protests around racial injustice and called it so we'll be covering a lot of that on the communities that we that we traveled through, but also talking to people about it. The country and where the sea is going and what the future holds. So the journey is will end in San Francisco, but it's designed to help inform us about where we're headed. Very wise man and a wonderful writer named Jim Wooten I worked with for a time at ABC News once told me that every national election is a portrait of the nation more than it is about the candidates themselves. I'm curious if you have any preconceptions or thoughts, or at least areas that you will be looking to find out about as you embark on this But I think that is absolutely right. I'm trying to go in with a few preconceptions as possible and not lay a hand on the scales, but certainly I'm interested in exploring some of the issues that I think underlies some of the The biggest divisions in national politics. And so things like the sum of the pre covert issues that the country and the economy loss of manufacturing got a rise of Of drug addiction. Ah, attentions around immigration city. Ah, So you know, I'm goingto let the journey of all organically but at the same time I would like to Focus on some of the issues that often have a very local angle, but but are used by national politicians for their own purposes. Where's your first stop? So it leaves Town Square goes across 42nd Street, and then comes the Weehawken and we go to first stop here. A beautiful statue of Lincoln. Looking very contemplative. And it is. The city is the home of the first Lincoln Association, which was great in 18 65 hundreds of spring up around the country and part of the journey to to see if Lincoln's still hold president. People values. No 150 years. Ah, ah ah in the past but isn't around. But is this Lincoln still has something to teach us? It's fascinating. I'm going to take just a pause here from this looking for Lincoln Project to go all around the world to China because there's a headline crossing right now that China it's reported, prefers a shutdown of TIC tac US tow forced sales. That's according to Reuters. So it looks like that deal is not coming together, at least anytime soon. Want to come back now to Frank Berry on his trek across the country? If this all works perfectly, Frank, what will it look like? What will you get out of it? What will we get out of it as we consume it? Well, I hope that it will be a journey of discovery for leaders on. That's the way I'm approaching it. I'm not starting out with the answers, starting out with lots of questions. And I hope that it will give people a chance to see communities that they would never have seen been to herd of. On to hear people's voices from those communities on to get a sense of kind of from a more human perspective. Some of the issues that that are defining and dividing the country. But ultimately it's about Julio as a people and where we're going. We're bringing history into the project with Lincoln. We're going to always be a casting out forward to what? What the future of the country looks like. How long will it take to expect? So the idea is to leave today on 9 11 and two arrived in San Francisco on election days, so bookended by two important days in the life of the country, and how will we consume what you find will be posted on blubber opinion in written form. Will you be fallen filing audio would be filing video. So there is AH, a weekly column that will run on over dot com on DH. There will also be a instagram account, which you could fall out at looking for the numeral four of Lincoln looking for And I don't want to be a video that will be part of a quick. How'd you come up with this idea? I mean, I should say you were a speechwriter for Mike Bloomberg News, Mayor, among other things, you've written a book on reform as well. How'd you come up with the idea? Initially I was looking for a way outside of the no way to focus on some of the issues that don't well that get covered from a political perspective constantly but may not get covered from a more local perspective. And to try to humanize some of these issues, but also at a time when I think a lot of the country is beside themselves about how one side thinks the way they do. And there's a certain lack of understanding and a lack of communication that feeds into that is a certain absolution. You know we're better connected than ever. But we're more isolated than ever thought of the idea was to try to bring some of those divides. And to use Lincoln as well. I hope you'll check in with us from time to time. We'd really like to father's closely Thank you so much to Frank Barry, He's Bluebeard columnist. He's got this new trek across the Lincoln Trail. You can read more on this and other stories from Bloomberg opinion of Bloomberg.
"frank berry" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Sandwiches of crimes and bars, sold from trucks are brick and mortars and distributed at 4000 grocery stores all around the country and wildly successful because he started only What, nine years ago seven and she's grown a lot since that is, But let's talk about the journey. Did you always want to be an entrepreneur? You know, I looked back and I see the seeds were being sown. But I don't think that I really It was kind of presented as an option. It kind of more got to it by default. But what's really exciting is I do a lot of like mentoring and you know, with the underneath her kids, and there's so much more aware of entrepreneurship, So I think that's really changing. And more people will have their sights set on that. Yeah, I find that sit in this chair to be the truth. The people Standard. Get outta college. Good job. 95. Get a pension is kind of going away thinking outside the box and you know there's just so much awareness about business how to start up, and so more and more people are really doing their own bench of Ice cream. Why so my background actually architectural for seven years, and I just became really interested in how to make architecture more fun and accessible for people think anything cool should be accessible, Not the other way around. So I started playing around with using food to get people more engaged in the architecture of conversation, and I called it. FARC a texture. I went to Berkeley. So you know, you have to have like a movement, a manifesto. Look there and started playing around, you know, with what that could mean and then my first job out of grad school. Imagineering and the recession hit. So as part of like lightening the mood of the office. I started baking cookies, making ice cream, naming the combination after architects and it was literally comic relief for people who were being laid off. Sometimes the easiest things I love that Berkeley campus smells bookstore's open. I think I think I knew him always a cigar in his mouth. One cigar flavored ice cream D'oh. Which the guy um it seems like most people that are really successful. Follow their dreams. They know something about easier that Yeah, I definitely think so. I think you can. Also the dream can mean different things, though. You know it was going down this path of design and I realized in introducing this ice cream dialogue around architecture, and it's still needed packaging Design logo website and so To buy a lot of those skills and be in the food business, which is I mean, if I told my five year old self when I'm doing now, at 33 like I'm a nice cream lady like that sounds pretty good to me, and I'll dream job and it's wildly successful as we said earlier, and you've been written up everywhere. Who's your favorite entrepreneur? Great question. I am a big fan of you know, I like Richard Branson a lot. I mean, he definitely, you know, talk about a brand being an umbrella for so many things. I think that's a really great approach. Because then the world is your oyster. You know you can go from, you know, a record label to airline two Cola two phones. It may not all be successful, but that's kind of the entrepreneurs. Right. You're allowed to fail Richard Branches name comes up in your more than anyone, really. Or that Steve Jobs? Yeah. Yeah. Do you think that is? I think Richard Branson office seems like a pretty nice guy. You know, I don't know him personally, but I think that he was really I was, you know, for me, Steve Jobs, you know, definitely an icon. I think his style of how he made his mission happen is pretty brutal. Yeah, thank you. So, you know, you could probably say, I like to smile a lot. And you know the thing is pretty happy and fun. Just a different approach. What's what was the scariest thing about stepping out on your own? You know, I've been kind of going down this path, you know, studied architecture, undergrad and grad school. My dad's an architect. Actually, my dad's an architect, and my mom is an animator at Disney, and I was thought they had the coolest jobs, But I want to do something totally different. And then my first job was architect at Disney, so it couldn't have been more like the two of them. But you know, you're sort of on this path and off. Then you say, Well, I'm going to take a total left turn. You know, I bought this truck. Off Craigslist for 2500 bucks of my personal credit card and doing this ice cream's kind of vision. It was just so not that sort of, you know, going along this this idea that you have, that's very clear cut, but I think you know 25 when I started the company's, though you're pretty comfortable with risk at that point, So it's not like that overwhelmed me. I mean, I just sort of thought we had this vision with. Yeah, not nothing to lose, you know, So the case is our guest You the CEO and founder of Cool House. H a U S right. I like that that spelling on that so Architecture and ice cream or no about what makes you think so. I think one thing is just with ice cream or with so many brands, folding in a whole other audience that you wouldn't expect you sort of think of Ben and Jerry's in rock and roll. I mean, they did that so well, it doesn't necessarily belong there. But the more you sort of integrated into that world and think of it at that, Like, you know, the Woodstock like ice cream. And you're saying all that, okay? And it's cold in this other world, you know, architecture may not be as big of a reaches as you know, rock and roll, but we all are existing in spaces all the time. So it's just a great way. Tio. If people want to learn about architecture by the names of our flavors like Frank Berry Minimalism Richard Meyer Lemon Louis Pecan, which is our bacon ice cream, great. If they don't learn about it, like no harm, no foul, but also for me. I think one of the biggest things that's come out of this is brands need design, and they need strong visuals more than ever. So if you have that kind of architecture, mind when you think about every little thing is gonna be designed. And how is it going to tell story? It actually has been incredibly handy background for running a business. Only friends, surprising, surprising people they know immediately. You working so hard. We don't have time for friends. Well, you'd be surprised how many friends I screamed, Get Teo. So find a solution for ice cream headaches. Well, you know, that does tend to plague the industry. To some degree. However, what I will say is I am fast so fast, and you want him to be right around zero degrees, not like minus 10 because you start to taste things more taste buds can't taste things better. When it's not super, Super frozen. So if you just give it those few extra seconds, build a better experience, and you won't get you no brain freeze from about the work life balance. I think you know, seven years and something I can say is I feel that I have gone.
"frank berry" Discussed on Podcast 42
"Roll ups stuck to the roof of my mouth. What are you five five and a half actually? Do you have any cereal bars by any chance that would be under my arch Nemesis Realm Count Chocula cereal bars new-look, familiar yet different. Think who I had an image design and two thousand fourteen. What do you think where a minute you designed by David Johnson? The DC comics only jail it now that that's right. Blueberry got a redesigned by Jim. Louis and Count Chocula got a redesigned by Terry Dot some awesome of DC comics. What is the pilot posters? Stickers paint sets speedster cars an parachutes. Are you a hoarder? I've been watching a lot of the TV show hoarders and I spot a hoarder when I see one now. Oh. Order back in the. Day when the serials. Produced your around. We were famous for our prizes. Oh, I love cereal prices I would open up a fresh box of cereal and dig down into it until I found the prize. Sometimes, my arm would get stuck in. My mom would have to call an ambulance. How would your arm gets stuck in a cereal box? The box is not that strong saint. My hand sometimes would get stuck under the bottom cardboard flap on the inside of the box and it's OK. The hospital staff was always having to see us, and they would get to keep the leftover cereal. About this story maybe later right now we need to fix Franken Berry and myself and frank means his headgear Renato. Feeling a little league, we can tell you look a little pinkish. How do they get the heck? You're off a sleepy girl onto the salmon guy. That is the question of the century Chris what this is your mess? Yeah, Chris. This is your math. Okay, okay, I'm thinking I'm done thinking and and I. Think we need to make you mad too late for that already mad Christopher. She's your full name yeah. But if we make you really really really really mad than the head items just pop off and that won't kill me it shouldn't. You're not a cartoon character GEL? You know what you have to me. How does this involve me because you're the best making people bad? True even when I'm not trying hot. Laura I have your pink microphone cover. I know pink is my favorite color so on. It's not salmon. It's pink and there's nothing wrong with calling something. It's the Hugh. It's a mixture of red and white. I realize it's two thousand twenty to rename, and you have to rename and be offended by the slightest change in the wind, but it's Pink Pink Pink show Frank Berry. Did your job for you I know? He stole my thunder. Whatever it works Laura. Is Up your head. You're welcome. What did you do? I made the suggestion I could go into management. Yeah, you. Could all the credit none of the work? My pressure. Gauge Steam Pipe. Back I feel so much better. You look better, too. Yeah your share of Salmon Looks Healthier now you know what? I'm fine with being called. Pink Law is right of course fan I'm Laura. I'm always right I'm Laura. Do you think you should be mocking me right now? With all the trouble you're in already would trouble first off. We need to have a conversation about all the naked people in your head. I got an idea. Let's go count Chocula Qena. Subject now does not stop this conversation from happening in the future chocolate, anyone count chocolate. Yes, please I'm itching all over and this Cape gets killing taught in everything I pass. Because you need to wish wash it. Yeah, right before you pass something that you think is going to get caught it. You stick your hand under the Cape and push it up and say which do I have to say wish. I can't just push the Cape up now. It won't work unless you say. Bush, try it and see Oh sane wishes. Just ridiculous. Look over there is a statue that came could get snagged on this walk by throw the Cape. Cod. which jammed? Please just wish that we can move on with our lives. Fine a wish, wish wish wish. He looks so elegant with his fake flying Chris where to next. Wish wish. I say let the Cape Guide us. That is not what you're thinking. You just want more soundbites me saying. Woosh Woosh! I almost didn't make it past the door frame for she. You're wrong. Let's keep.
"frank berry" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Dr Frank Berry on the. Report you know that and I want to hear. Everything happened in Phoenix. We missed it. You know Tuesday and what? I'm busy doing. Stop and whatever we put up the stories and everything, but I didn't really get the read and doing 'cause. I'm busy, but I am very interested and how proceed what happened? What the? Controversy was was any what the press coverage was telling me every little thing Dr Frank. All right well first off again. That's way hopefully Dr. Click and if not then dip that. Pictures and videos. They're the reason that I just finished. My point is virtual came up the reason I went into the temple issue, not always the setup the after show, but also the fact that his demographics are all skewing young that the fact that he's attracting twenty to forty year olds. That is the future and I know. It sounds like some kind of cliche. The future is important. What did he really is because we're watching a socialist? Marxist takeover of this country. They've spent fifteen twenty years. You're building this this socialist. Brainwashing and and you know in this country, and as as a keep exit KGB extra cat while telling on on on an interview back in the eighties is that it's GonNa take fifteen years to untangle all of this for the youth, and so focus is on the youth and I can't I can't stress that enough. Because the old people. It's a culture war the. The old people are the ones that are basically too old to fight for from for many of us. In the civil war, you had young people both the north and the south who could fight this so-called civil war is the old people versus being young people, and they're the ones that have all the energy and running around, and they don't have any of the resources. Not, yet that this is a whole different deal, it is dangerous beyond belief and so going to the rally. Okay, 'cause we're wondering what the link is is the fact that this rally was not meant for everybody which which dot Dr Fister found out. She actually was first in line. She got up at three in the morning because she's a die-hard. She was there first in line and by the end she was. was all up in the balcony. They put her up in the backs. The big private church again it was a private search. Therefore, the city of Phoenix couldn't shut it down and that was all by design, but any case it was meant it was. It was by What is it the group that that that's a Charlie Kirk is part of was a flat flashpoint isikoff flashpoint. Actually I forget the name of it. It's basically it's an activist group for young people. To Kansas Wha- Kansas Owens's part of this. Okay, so it's a group that is that is focused quite merrily on getting the youth vote of trying to unravel the brainwashing of this progressive movement. She so Dr Easter. She was there in front of the line, but they put her up in the balcony. She WanNa to be exactly because she was not a student doctor. They were showing young. The Ev you know minority bases and women up at the Front of rock. Or the whole, the whole rally were young people. That's the take home of this. It was all young people I didn't know that she didn't even know that she just office comment and grabbed tickets, but it was nothing advertised I was matter of fact, one of the reasons that I was not able to go. Early to get tickets, I'd no idea. It was the next day because it was not even marketed to the general trump train group. It was basically all focused through the youth groups, and that's who showed up, and it was all young people, so if you WANNA see check out those pictures. They'll save all young people just having a party and that was very refreshing. facetious, because the typically trump trump rallies skew quite a bit older. but and at first. I thought at first I thought it was because the older people didn't show up. It was hot. Summer, in Arizona people, we're not bringing their kids afraid of riots, but the thing is this. This event was so far removed from downtown Phoenix. It's like White Ernie talked about last week. Where where on Tuesday this church is sort of like out in the Arizona foothills of it, and it's not down downtown Phoenix with where the rides would they but But nevertheless there were protesters towards the end, but anyway it was. Was Not because old people are afraid to go necessarily or probably the scare factor of covid nineteen. Although you know, that would keep older people away to. It was focused on young people. They showed up. It was sold out. I'm not sure how many people were outside. There were still plenty of people outside, but didn't stick around only because you know one hundred and six hundred ten degrees. Wherever got heatwave right now? But anyway it was a big success, and if you WANNA watch, the rally was very inspiring by the president and the link is up on Freedoms Phoenix right now. Okay we got. We're looking at on the stream. I'm putting it up. You can see some of the pictures you no I'm. C- in crowds and well. How well attended was? was there was it was? It was well well enough. It was filled up. Places builds folklore spill so by the way the. Turning Point USA. I. I'm wondering what the press coverage was. Did they? Go great wonderful? It was you know freaking red everywhere, and they should be shot or Samuel the or even check the local press and care..
"frank berry" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And now live from the studios of Freedoms Phoenix Ernest handcock. and Dr Frank Berry doing some trump reports go into phoenix. Having a thing, we had to Redo our. Internet, whatever at and T. sucked data out of you got anything connected yet to. Plug it or it's pulling data, and then it runs out and off, so you got by more. You know and then we have a variety of one that could as a backup we could plug into. Its limited to Starlink, starling starling, which is coming like in September. They're already doing some Beta now. So I'm like. Cool you know they guys WanNa. We'll see how they get regulated now in. Baddie is with trump, but we're talking to Dr Frank Chambery and there's all kinds of consternation going on in Phoenix. Arizona with the line's wrapped around buildings or whatever I don't know what's going on. Yeah, so we have the Phoenix rally. It's only a couple of days after a course. Tulsa will chat about that later we have right now. We have an embedded activists doctor Joanne's stir. who was the one who was able to get US tickets to the trump inauguration some time ago? She's a problem number of freedoms Phoenix she's into. She's up front of the line. She's actually at the front of along. When she spent a night, there is nothing. Really early got like four in the morning, so she's making friends the. Rice. Pictures and video and she's been interviewing people they are. Of course. We'll have to do that probably on on another day. She agrees maybe do that on Thursday, if we want to Redo Do Much of this suggestion technical difficulties. There's many things to chat about the on just this rally right now we can do. This plan on Thursday. We'll do a group zoo we got. Bamboo..
"frank berry" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Around the country and the wildly successful because you started only one nine years ago all right seven and yeah has grown a lot since this better let's talk about the journey did you always want to be an entrepreneur you know what I look back and I see that things are being sound but I don't think that I really it was kind of presented as an option it kind of more got to it by default but what's really exciting and I do a lot of like mentoring and you know with the younger kids and there's so much more aware of entrepreneurship so I think that's really changing and more people will have their sights set on that yeah I find that students should be the truth the people the standard get out of college get a job nine to five yeah get a pension it's kind of going away yeah yeah thinking outside the box and you know there's just so much awareness about business how to start off and some more and more people are are really doing their own thing ice cream why so my background actually architecture for seven years and I just became really interested in how to make architecture more fun and accessible for people think anything cool should be accessible not the other way around so I started playing around with using foods to get people more engaged in the architecture conversation and I called it Farka texture I went to Berkeley so you know you have to have like a a movement a manifesto and home I just started playing around you know with what that could mean and then my first job out of grad school was his Imagineering and the recession has so as part of like lightening the mood at the office I started baking cookies making ice cream naming the combination after architects and it was literally comic relief for people who are being laid off sometimes the easiest things I love the Berkeley campus emails bookstores I think I I think it is yeah I am always a cigar in his mouth cigar flavored ice cream do it seems like most people that are really successful follow their dream listening you know something about me it's easier that way yeah yeah I I definitely think so I think you can also the dream can mean different things so you know I was going down that path of design and I realize in introducing this ice cream dialogue around architecture it's still needed you know packaging design a logo website and so I still be able to apply a lot of those skills and being in the film business which I mean if I told my five year old self when I'm doing now is thirty three and like I'm when I scream laying sounds pretty and as you wildly successful as we said earlier and you've been written up everywhere who's your favorite entrepreneur of the great question I am a big fan of you know I like Richard Branson a lot I mean he definitely you know talk about a brand being an umbrella for some money I think that's a really great approach because then the world is your oyster you know you can go from you know record labels airline to hold on to found the may not all be successful that's kind of the entrepreneurs right you're allowed to fail Richard Branson's name comes up in your more than any Steve Jobs yeah yeah I do think that is I thank Richard Branson also seems like a pretty nice guy you know I I don't know him personally and I think that she is really I I I I would say you know for me Steve Jobs says you know definitely an icon I think his style of how he made his mission happen is pretty brutal yeah thank you so you know you can always feel like to smile a lot and you know check things pretty happy and finds out a different approach what's what was scariest thing about stepping out on your own you know I've been kind of going down this path you know studied architecture undergrad and grad school my dad's an architect actually I dont an architect and my mom is an animator at Disney and I was thought they had the coals jobs but I want to do something totally different and in my first job was architect act as me so I have been more like the two of them but you know you're sort of on this path and also you say well I'm gonna take a total left turn you know we bought this truck in off Craig's list for twenty five hundred box of my personal credit card and doing this ice creams kind of vision it was just so not that sort of you know going along this idea that you have that's very clear cut but I think you know twenty five when I started the company so you're pretty comfortable at that point so it's not like that overwhelming I mean I just sort of thought we have this vision all right away yeah nothing nothing to lose you know on the dosha case is our guest she's CEO and founder of cool house H. a U. S. right I like that the spelling on that yeah so architecture and ice cream what what anyone no not what makes so I think one thing is just with ice cream or with so many brands folding and a whole other audience that you one expect if you sort of think of Ben and Jerry's and rock and roll I mean they did that so well it doesn't necessarily belong there but the more you sort of integrated into that world and think of it at that like you know the Woodstock like ice cream and ensure you're saying all that okay and it pulls in this other world you know architecture may not be as big of a reach as as you know rock and roll but we all are existing in space and all the time so it's just a great way to if people want to learn about architecture by the names of our flavors like Frank berry mensa lands Richard Meier lamb and Louis the Connors are fake and ice cream great if they don't learn about it no harm no foul but also for me I think one of the biggest things that's come out of this is brand new design and they need strong visuals more than ever so if you have that kind of architecture mind anything about every little thing is going to be designed and how's it gonna tell story it actually has been an incredibly handy background from running a business the only friends yeah surprisingly people say no we really are you working so hard that you don't have time for friends well you'd be surprised how many friends I spend you can find a solution for ice cream headaches well you know it does tend to play the industry to some degree however what I will say is I was going so fast running so fast and you want as from to be right around zero degrees not like minus ten because you start to taste things marker tampons contain things better when it's not super super frozen so if you just give it a few extra seconds bill a better experience anyone can you know yeah or how about the work life balance I thank you know seven years and something I can say is I feel that I I have gone to that place where I have a part of that as is the luxury of having an amazing team around you where I was just in a bomb my wife and I went to the mall because for two weeks on on a baby and she's almost six months pregnant and I wasn't worried about leaving everyone behind me now it was like I know I know I'm there I have everything in good hands with them they can do no tackle the obstacles we have systems we have accountability and I think that to me is like you know it makes me feel bad that I'm not you know how to choose the success which of course I want so much more about a certain level of success is that I can you know step away and everything's not gonna fall apart your first great piece of advice want one of our angel investors it's kind of a mentor or coach named Bobby Margolis who did I Cherokee jeans back really kind of grew up on the nineteen also love bodies name Margot exactly Margolis you know he loves to kill him right great golfer he said you can walk for awhile when you don't know it's there I think that such incredibly valuable advice to especially young entrepreneurs starting out because you don't realize all the rules you're breaking and you just do it and that's a good thing because if you're not sure where you're going and just you know like comment to be top around it and that's not gonna get you you know that's not gonna create remissions of business on the other hand Vince Lombardi the great football coach and to say I love players who run through walls for me but the one that walks around the lab that's my quarterback I love that support your friends when you start really good support and I think that Spanish and everything right yeah I mean you know I'm sure some of them back there my life okay let's see how this goes down but I think I think you know having that kind of buy in from your friends they're excited for you and it was such a funny business to kind of start out with like here's the speed up postal bands rock and okay this wacky ice cream idea and I was at a time when an artisan craft food was still reeling in a lot of sense and see and then of course there also proud like as we've gone along the land and many were saying well we're necessarily have have thought if I've clearly you guys you know start your vision and so great to have a and I'm trying to simplify your job your own ice cream truck that pretty much you know if you break it down you have time for reading and other hobbies yeah so Hey I am as far as reading love The New Yorker I mean that a lot of the long form is so well right now I always even if I get an agonizing age on the I still like to but I even if I don't have time for the whole magazine I always read the restaurant review and the TV or movie reviews so I feel like at least got you know and and maybe talk of the town the card attacked the cartoon Costa contest every week we're competing I've come close a couple times yeah but I can't get it now you may have to make tough decisions user guide you bought research I would say it got over research for you want to do a combination of both for sure because you know you you there's a certain amount of checking things out you know want to going blind in the end of the day I think that's going to be the biggest winner player goes right the first right exactly what was the biggest disaster so many good ones I mean definitely you know with the trucks again you try to see the former lining so the trucks will break down a lot especially in the beginning and there was one time you're doing a birthday party for Reese Witherspoon and when she had the high property.
"frank berry" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"A heap of menard is a heap of england and they're turning up all over the place and he's just a he's just a very very good producer of national on horses open to the very top company there and there's a fair do those that have gone to joseph for doing very well and woody molins good bumper horses go impact is one of those there's just a heap up and they're turning up all over the place and something that's a that's a bit of a trend if you will with tendency with them as they tend to be quite strong goers and the tend to take good grip and i'd say joseph's place his gallup and the way he trains probably suits him in this because i think if a horse is a bit of a free goer and they start facing up the hill everyday they soon realize that taken a strong grip isn't isn't conducive to a good time so they tend to drop the benefitted bit and get a bit more relaxed to handle so into two as well noted if you watched him in his first couple of stars for your joseph he does take a strong grip and when you're right rick see like the the big thing is to get him settled so while she was covering them up as best ecoed the both both days and he's run very well both days in particularly sold a second day and then look as we talked about on the podcast if you weeks ago you know would a horse like this who's a maiden stale with only a few months of the season left a kind of makes sense to throw them into disorder company for the season and if they can go and win one you don't care because they've won a grade one and if they run well them without winning their novice again for next season so we saw this with tower bridge last season he came into this meeting as a maiden round on the grade one was a big price managed to go win unsure of course you're 'cock-a-hoop bush it just makes sense i suspect it'd be fair few maidens turn up in the great ones at this particular meeting with that in mind and i wouldn't be shocked if he ran what a lovely hor he's going down and having a low cat he's he's a smasher locust he'll do do every job along the way he'll jump offense ju- course and yeah rick if you wanted to back him at a big price i would not put you off well could could you answer one question so we try and get a bit influence want her the chances of him later on i tell ya yeah all nuts getting on the post on depots and again stressed that i think everyone knows this stage frank berry for j. p. nettie for virginians town or they they're called so everyone jobs this might be might be sure to this go doron franks by changes find in the martin unaccounted the ground or what have you but as far as i'm aware he's he's an intended runner at this stage beat thrown franken the boss maribel donor dole on the current betting on in toucas who was beaten mccloskey dream lists is thirty three to one you can get thirty three about lorries selection but i have a feeling that thirty three's given the fact that rick's just went really will be gone by the time this podcast actually goes live but ben even just kind of sorry gaming takada rusty again i'm being a big ignorant arsenal just in terms of him being keen we should mention it looks like it'd be a bit of pace on in this race which should help him yeah and phoenix as he's got the hood off so he's turned into a right lunatic again danzig danzig on my own of henry brome it's he's a horse who likes to go forward at at at decent clippers was so look like this to be given a readable roy may be sitting third or fourth ferry down the inner travel away get culver get a lead and then hopefully produce some lace.
"frank berry" Discussed on Don't Keep Your Day Job
"Design. More funding accessible it's about inclusion and opening up the dialogue and not having this like intimidating bubble that people feel like they can't access. So that was very much on my mind. And for me, it was like this is it like food will make architecture more fun and digestible for people. So I was like, okay. That's that's the thing. I'm interested in. But I didn't know what it meant exactly. So through the rest of architecture school, and I went to grad school as well. So I have a master's degree in architecture might just kind of played around on the side with this whole food meets architecture. Intersection started calling it Farka texture, and it was just like high-concept dinner parties different like products. It was it was an art project, and it was really fun. It was filed. And it took years of fermenting. Literally, you know, and marinating what this using this food. Messing. What were some of these things you were making experiences you were gathering together? Like what that looked like architecture? Okay. So I'll tell you one. For example, we had this like pizza making party, and the tablecloth was basically like an architectural plan for like what would happen throughout the night. It was like I designed a line drawing like here's where so. And so is going to spill their wine or someone forgot their wallet. Here. It was like taking an architectural planning idea being like, well, what if that was like somehow related to the course of the events of the evening, and then we made the pizzas, and they were delicious. But then I can the tomato sauce from that event. Then did this whole special custom label where instead of like the ingredients it said the directions or the details for the next party on the can of tomato sauce. It was like also about preserving the energy from the one night. And you know, so it was like all these. While. Yeah. And it was like really just so fun to do this. It was just purely for fun. You know on the side, you were following threat something that was calling you exactly. And and it was about personal satisfaction because I just found it so fun. And I think part of if you're going to be in food or hospitality in any way. You're definitely the type of person that also enjoys the other person's satisfaction. Like, I could see people were really having fun being part of this. And that also kind of gave me a personal fun doing that so alive. So what happened next because we know where its leading misleading somewhere. Really? Yeah. So tell us what how elect so this went on for quite a few years. I think maybe like four or five solid years of just playing. And then my first real job was Disney Imagineering, which was amazing. And apparently, it's like it's extremely like when people say what they would want to be. It's like a lot like rocket scientists like that's in like the top five which is like it speaks to the world that they've created which is phenomenal. But it was a really cool experience. Because I kind of compare it to like a lot of tech entrepreneurs starting at like, a Google, for example, you cut your teeth on you know, the how things are done and how teams are built and how products are built and all those things. So to me Disney is like that for creatives because they are master storytellers, and they create stories and characters people people spend their whole lives worship engine percent. So there was a great place to be however, a few months after I started the recession hit. So this is fall two thousand eight. So a lot of people started getting laid off and to kind of lighten the mood at the office with my food meets architecture concept, which I was now calling for sure I started baking cookies making ice cream naming the combinations. Punt only after architects, so. So someone had gone bad news at Santa com sorry to hear. But here's a Frank berry, which was a snicker doodle strawberry. Or here's a minimalism double chocolate dirty mint Meese vanilla row, and they sort of like, laughing, it's the tears, and that's really kind of what it was for a few weeks..