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"frank weiss" Discussed on ESPN FC
"For consistency and consistency. The main quality you can you can have. If you WANNA be for player you can be less good than thick here but if you have the mind and the the hot you can move very far and that figure everything to tell him that. The top layer the needs. But he hasn't good sometimes hard to fight and to give everything for for the club e- e- every every weekend so it's a problem in more than football and we judge you On your consistency. Be Interesting to see how this plays that will say thank you very much to Julianne Marrone. Frankly birth will be back with us on extra time. Just remind to keep up to date with all of the latest news regarding the TRANSOM. Off Go to our website and click on transfer tool welcome into extra-time. Thank you as always for your tweets. Franklin purpose asset is shocked. First Time Shankar is with us. The Pelosi's gone through to get this working and headphones aren't tangled up in the right thing might someday. But he's working now is here. It's Franks Weiss. Birthday today is we need to try and get this. Dove can have a nice romantic. Dinner has shocked we going. We'll yeah good good working well. How shocking ever assessed loans goalkeeping skills and escape to victory. No I only movie. That's a new movie that you still watch old movie. Shannon. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa Watch escaped a victory over again. What's a footballing classic? Better things to do like like untangle my headphones yeah exactly that would take much. Don't get into escape to victory. What is the favourite match of your career? It's easy.
"frank weiss" Discussed on WTVN
"Special counsel at that time city manager Frank Weisman told. Us that anonymous letters had been sent detailing complaints of harassing comments, sexist and racist language and remarks offensive to the LGBTQ community all made by chief Taylor ABC six tells as the city manager Frank Weiss OMON s says the investigation into Taylor is over because of his retirement he will now take over leading the department until a new chief can be appointed on day thirty two of the partial federal government shutdown. The Senate is preparing for a vote on the president's latest proposal in order to end that shutdown late last night. Senate leaders unveiled the text of a Bill that encapsulates President Trump's latest offer five point seven billion dollars for wall funding in exchange for temporary protections for the children of illegal immigrants as well. As a certain group of refugees Democrats accused the president of holding these two immigrant groups hostage and say, they should not be a part of the negotiations to reopen. The government when it comes up for a vote in the Senate. The Bill is likely to fall short of the bipartisan support needed to advance. It. Meanwhile, the democrat controlled. House is set to vote on a Bill that would approve one billion dollars in border security measures. But not for wall alley Rogan. ABC news Capitol Hill engine failure is suspected to be a factor in that deadly plane crash in Wayne County yesterday state troopers say the Douglas DC three went down yesterday killing the fifty five year old pilot, Brian sulfate and Fifty-six-year-old co-pilot Curtis. Wilkerson and new parking rules are going into effect in the short north between eight AM and ten PM visitors will the able to park on the side streets, but they must pay the fee using the new park Columbus app. Those who leave in the short north will need to get new parking permits. They cost roughly twenty five dollars. Radio six ten WTVN sports basketball buckeyes, preparing for tomorrow night's game against Purdue. The box will be trying to snap a four game skid baseball hall of fame class being announced tonight. It's expected to be headlined by Yankee closer, Mariano Rivera. Speaking a baseball the reds officially announce another trade that in twenty minutes from the central Iowa Honda dealers sports desk, Matt McCoy, NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Allison wyatt. We'll see overcast skies tonight. The rain will arrive through the.
"frank weiss" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Every dollars precious when you're running a startup. Okay. Let's get back to this very important episode. Welcome back to this week in startups. I'm your host Jason Calcutta's. Follow me on Twitter at Jason follow the show at TWA startups, and you can do the same thing on the insta- Graham, my guess today. Frank Weiss hop who is the new CEO of outlets. Congratulations and max mckeeve who is the co founder and outgoing CEO. But you're going to take the title what co-founder take the title product manager. What do you mean? I'm going to be continued to be a co founder team to focus on product roadmap. Delivery of supply. She bringing a CEO. CEO means typically the person who makes the final decision. What have you talked about? What happens if you disagree? We've disagreed how many times. Yeah. But like that was like what desks together over ordering for lunch grown, man. Oh, okay. On Pat Cash how use cash. Yeah. Like, oh, hey, both those topics. Yeah. No. I mean, I think this is part of the, you know, the interview process that you go with this. You know, it wasn't OJ talk about that. When you're dating or. Oh, no, no, no. We're we've we're face some of those challenges ready. We we went through a lot during the six months that we got to know each other. We ran through a lot of scenarios we went through planning exercises. So, you know, we were comfortable with each other to know that they were going to be areas where we may not agree or where we may want to go in different directions. And it's it's been a really good effort right now today, and we knew that was going to be the case going in because of how much time we spent together in the fact that there's really good connection there. So, you know, and I'm really doing max is a partner. Right. He's been through this this first CEO role. You know, this is my opportunity to to learn from all the people I've worked with in the past and to learn from Max's experience as well. And so far it's been fantastic. And so. In your mind. Max what happens if you guys hit those disagreements how do you handle it because you didn't have anybody to answer to basically on the board the board? Well, a series company the poor. It is kinda like you're gonna just far too the founder largely the so we we have a culture of challenging each other and goes up and down. I think my job. Now, my responsibilities to make sure that Frank is making decisions. Yeah. And so he may not like my opinion. But like an he may not like my opinion. I might not like the decision he makes. But ultimately like everything has to be gotten out on the table. He is accountable to the board. I know that that responsibility. I I knew that responsibility. So awesome. It you're on the board. You get one of the votes probably got five or six seaboard from. So we're we don't share them got board. Five your stage five or seven. We'd be the way to go three common. One independent and one investors. The poker thing. Not just talking trying to read being listed Jimmy podcast. You know, the tech was going on interview techniques. I put it out there like something like that. That's that's grind people down detective, and yeah, I do what are you raise like ten million? And they're like, well, no that information. Okay. Yeah. So gives you like to well, no more than that. Okay. So now we now we're getting they're playing the half game. Ceo's a lonely job and jets out of. Yes. Tough job. I'm not going to make it tougher. I'm going to make sure that he has old information east to make the best decision possible. And I am going to execute. Because at the end of the day, I go back to what my goal is to build a big valuable company. And now Frank is in charge of that's the most important thing is that everybody is aligned as to what the outcome needs to be because the natural tension in startups is the founders if there's a solo founder, they might own forty fifty percent of the company, and if you sell a company for thirty million dollars, you get fifteen pretty great. But the hired CO might have five points or something. And then the VC's don't care about tripling their money or quadrupling their money..
"frank weiss" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"A lot of good covers a lot of hits from Tom Waits. He's a good songwriter. I think let's go back to the beginning of early. Tom Weights claims to have a pretty normal childhood other than being born out of a taxi and being either the first second or third child. Hey Man I'm taking my odds zero. He would visit relatives in and around Grizzly and Marysville. I guess that he's Moved around California a lot. He cited his uncle's raspy voice as inspiration for ariss vocals. I mean you probably have some tight uncle. Yeah I wanna hear what that sounds like a great uncle weights. And he's raised mostly by his mother. His father left the family family. I think he was hitting double digits. Twelve something like that. Yeah Daddy that's why it's such a good song I know what great formulation we go for the For the Tom what are some. Inspirations the Tom Waits is cited the glad you Amos Stephen Foster aww fantasy of and foster huge fan of being crosby. Who isn't am I right and I think this next guy kind of encapsulates his own style? George Gershwin if you've you've ever listened to George Gershwin he's got this really free flowing jazzy. Kind of Improv. Feel and I think that's staple Tom Waits I think. That's his underlining underlining very abstract yeah in vary not four chords e I guess if I'm going to make it kind of relatable to the point Yeah that's George Gershwin and she was like you know. Let's do absence of rhythm and just make it more and if you hear Gershwin you're like okay. I can see where he got that from. Nineteen fifty nine is parents separated. He was only twelve twelve years old. So you're close quote. That's mom took live in San Diego. That's where he grew up basically quickly through his teen years sixty eight. He graduated from Hilltop High School in Chula Vista California There he learned how to play guitar and piano now. The played in a band cutting us rb band that they called the systems. SORTA band called the nocturnal emissions later. Like a wet dream. Yeah he has some very interesting band names which I mean. He's a he's Kinda Pun within himself. we'll get into goes into hit though weights `ISMs Yep exactly. He was a closet. Frank Sinatra Fan. Yeah which. I'm not in a closet around. It can't be any more yeah. He's big big Frank Sinatra Fan. That big band that I don't know you hear it. I think you know a little l.. Stripped down in weight but I heard one story One document that I watch where he over to his friend's house and you had had one of his friends was like a big Frank Sinatra. His Dad's like big Frank Sinatra Fan. So his friends be playing in the yard or something he would sneak into his dad's study in the Frank. Frank Weiss friends route being kids being normal I feel that Tommy Nineteen seventy-one he moves to La and gets a job as a bouncer at the troubadour club which had been on the tripled. Our Club We had a few artists that have played there. We had SAM. Am Fisher was wasn't there Fisher in the Fontaines for rip too fond gumbiner forgotten. They broke up especially Charlotte. Wow that's not creepy hank. You're cool too cool. He also served in the coastguard just for like a little bit. He wasn't all about that. He was more about the bouncing at the Juba. Yeah you know. And I think that's where he got most of his Most of his inspiration was being a bouncer at the troubadour. I mean he'd watch people come in and out and like listen to what they were talking about and I've heard that's kind of where he started getting his songwriting right. We'll be kind WANNA touch on that kind of like that different people and what better way to find the wall in a bouncer. That's like perfect. I didn't even think about that all these drunk on people with their problems and he just writes down. I'd song about exactly well. Another big thing about the troubadour in Tom Waits careers. He met her Cohen that ills. Frank thanks apple producer. Yeah we mentioned him in there He liked Tom Waits. He thought he had this originality to him and he met him. I and I can see that because Frank Zappa's very almost to say I would call them the same kind of palate that often guard very if you got to listen to it not just you now have it on in the background type of music and you can hear that more with the live performances. I feel like between the two of them. Oh totally totally So he gave them a publishing contract. Act he liked him too well enough as a songwriter which I mean like I said he does have good. songwriting chops as a musician though. Yeah it was kind of I mean. He's he's okay Who else did we do wasn't L. is Willie? He was really more well known for songwriting in his early stages than actually musician of songs big by other people that Arrow. Yeah normally what we've seen is kind of this. You know you have one hit or a couple hits and and then you make it big in your first album this pressure to the sophomore sophomore album exactly sophomore slump heard that Yeah Freshman fifteen you know. I got up in Virginia but knife first album was killer was a banger in this sophomore. Slump really got me. He can't get any more. I took it off the shelf because target doesn't so CDs anymore dish so that was pretty much my only vendor. Why would you say you're just like why would you say that Tom Waits wasn't a very good musician like I think he's a great musician? Well as far as like that. I said he wasn't and we'll address. If you're if you're herb Cohen well you know as far as you know. He thinks he's a good songwriter by not good musician. Like what would make you think He just doesn't get it. His style of it is how I interpreted that kind of eccentric especially so you have to tactic and if you haven't heard that before it's kind of like what I said at the beginning or the first time listen to it. It was like this is just random noises that and it's got that avant garde free flowing will that we've talked about and and beal combined aren't very digestible to the like popular music genre that we've seen in known. Yeah and so I feel like that's probably why he's only got this cult following. I was listening to this documentary about him and they said he totally could have gone this pop route and made the four chords and still a great singer songwriter. But he didn't. He wanted that originality and he wanted that you know this. Is Tom Waits. This isn't Tom Waits. It's with a bunch of other type singers. Like he's got his own thing and he does. Can you name another artists. That kind of has this type of John Roosa. Yeah it's like like its own style. Its own theme. And Yeah at works to me. Works but Yeah so when he finally got performing at the troubadour caught her. Cohen didn't really like him as musician. Tom Waits didn't like that so he got in line with David. Geffen who owns asylum records and he gets a contract with their nineteen seventy to tell me that Dole tell the people again the story about how David Geffen Kinda found around him or heard him Geffen was listening to his Tom Waits a couple of EPA's as he was his wife was like cleaning the bathroom one night and I guess like once I think closing time came on he. She liked dropped everything and was like what is this song like. This is awesome like in and and then from that point on he knew he was like yeah. This is this a forest. Yeah reckon with. He's got this original sound and like we said earlier it was tenor sound is a little more palpable. It wasn't so greedy and Grungy yes so like junkyard style exactly and if you haven't heard closing time it is a really good song. It's like staple Tom Waits. I would say that one and it's either plural or singular. It's either heart of Saturday night or hearts of Saturday night. I can't remember. We'll get the heart of Saturday night. I cheated she doesn't look forward so yes she heard closing time. It was like what this is awesome and yet cut him a deal to record at asylum. Records in seventy two releases closing time. The album seventy-three He was living out of his car when he recorded and released classic. Tom Wasn't say what does that you know. What does that paint paint? A picture in your head is all that rockstar mentality lifestyle without the which you think is the Rockstar like the rolling stones. Exactly the rock star. That's always kind of down in the dumps. Like either he's hungover he's out of money but he's still torn and he's still doing he's living the Rockstar life flake traveling by himself. Yeah you're exactly right. It's like you know you had the rolling stones that were singing about the rock store. Life is awesome and then you had. Tom Waits that was like the rocks. Are Life is you. Know it's real you gotta you gotTa love it or leave it type of mentality and I don't know he was just kind of a truth. Truth Singer I guess if if anything else So yeah let's get into his music career little bit. Oh by the way all fifty five that was on Closing time it's an eagles cover eagles cover that and By the way I was going to mention this before the eagles another kind kind of like spectrum opposite of what Tom Waits was I was listening into documenting. That they're saying the sixties and seventies the eagles kind of took that nostalgia and kind of ran with it and was like you know. Remember how great it was to be at this time. And then Tom Waits took the nostalgia of the sixties and seventies and and kind of made a longing for it in his music and kind of made a you know like like I yearn for the sixties and seventies not all member. How great they were like? It was like man I really. I really wish I could go back in those times like in little more affectionate for those. You know olden days. If I'm not mistaken that's well said we get the heart of San. Thank you hard of Saturday night. Nineteen seventy four one of my favorite albums. I have framed favorite song on your favorite album. Is New coat of paint. His piano skills are above. Mar Track it's so cool the beginning part and then it's just like Improvisation slash embellishment of the same theme throughout the whole like. I don't know I mean you know what I mean you hear it to Kamalia and then it's a little different and it's a little different and it's just like this soulful drunken guy but he's hitting every note. Yeah yeah no it's good. Yeah definitely down. Uh You wear taught.