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"halloran" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe
"And fresh new every week or did you like the tiger versus mickelson sort of sort of aspect of the game. I like history. So when i'm reading up on this. Us open is about to happen. And you go through it and you see who wanted it. By how many strokes. I'm interested in that. I didn't enjoy being in the moment with tiger because he ruined so many golf tournaments by winning by so many stroke. There was no drama. That's the beauty of golf people. Sale golf is so boring. And i'm really no. It's not because a as a television sport constantly showing another person that person the prison. So there's a lot less downtime than there is even in football might just throw in that little funk fact that in typical nfl game. There's about nine minutes of action. Everything is waiting. You're you're huddling up in every play takes like six seconds irs eight seconds or something like that whereas engulf it's constantly happening and then if you have a tight leaderboard with three guys are within two strokes of each other with four holes to play and that guy hits into the rough night guy hits. It closed maximum. So that's being the drama of the event. And who's going to win and there are a whole bunch of times when tiger we just win by six or eight strokes or something and whatever. But when i look back on that now he was so i'll be able to do that. He lists the the first of the greatest Jack nicklaus wins all your the greatest in terms of the ability in the technology and equipment lengthening golf courses and things like that now. There's like thirty guys who can play that well and the good thing about that. Is this week in. Might be into shampoos turn again when the open last year next week. It's dustin johnson. Whatever happened to jordan speed rickie fowler on some of these guys who were like near the top of the leaderboard and winning tournaments and on pace to win this many majors all that kind of stuff and then they started just like fell off a little bit so the fact that tiger could maintain that level for as long as he did that nicholson harmony. Pg the age of fifty is remarkable. So i i liked the whole game. And i root for lots of different Join speeds being might me white favorite. I watch the openness weekend. Yeah i. I was lucky enough to get to go to winged foot. When tiger was at the top of his game and we got to go to one of the practice rounds during the week which i found and then we went to see part of the match with but i love the practice round. We followed him for a little while. Then we went. Did some other walked some other people. Freddie couples was still playing at the time and he got to a green and he must have lay down. Twenty five balls in different angles of that green and just stood there. In with his caddie in his other person in studied every crevice of green there was just like it was and then the other guys come along and they do something similar but he took so much more time to studying the green part. He'd hit the you know you hit a drive and then walk. But he'd spent all his time with the green it was just. It was just incredible to watch him and he would actually talk to us which was really cool to. They would talk to us during that time and he'd be like yeah. We're gonna look at the right angle left and we're looking at blades of grass. They go left and right. I found it fascinating. But the most scared moment i was when during the tournament we stood john. Daly was teeing off. The fairway from the box of the fairway is lined with us. And i'm like if i'm teeing off. I'm going to kill one of us because right i go right left. I don't go center in. His ball must have gone thousand talk about launch ankles in velocity. I was like if he hits me. I'm going to die. it was just. It was just a funny being there in watching professional play and being out there with your buddies playing like everybody has to stand behind me. If i'm driving the ball because you never know where it's going in this effortless. They just swing. We'd play once before. Bob in remember you saying you know you don't have to kill the ball. Just meet the ball. Because you're trying to help us. It's so true when i watched as guys swings. Some of the guys now swing out of their shoes but like the older golfers like couples in daily in those guys they. They just took effortless swings. The ball just boom gone like wanted to mimic swain. Fred couples would be a good one. Yeah do i think. I can almost give you a perfect segue. If you're ready for it. The best professional tournament. I ever went to With british open coming up on five years ago and my wife says it's the happiest she's ever seen me. I always like running down the cart pants. Fairways where you could run to get to see jordan speeds. Because i knew he was on seven poll and then i was able to cut across dustin johnson out again mickelson shooting sixty three that day so i chased and got him around fifteen involvement in bit and we had gone to wimbledon first and then we went to the british open which was in scotland that year in. We always call august trip because what we wanted to do as soon as i got back from this bucket list trip I had my brain aneurysm rupture and We of like. I almost kicked the bucket right after it happened than any other trip. We have is not gonna call a bucket list. Trip is going to be just before win the lottery trip or something like that. I remember i remember that happened. It was it was a very scary time in I know you've talked a lot about it after you got out of the hospital in the talked about it and some on channel five and other places but i know you're also doing a lot of work for the brain aneurysm foundation And it's one of the reasons we want to bring you on to talk about that work so give us a little bit of information about who they are and how people can help and find them. They definitely kind of adopted me when this happened and just asked me to help if i could. I have a little bit of name recognition Where i could kinda help. And i do things with the posts but the brain using foundation was founded here. It's logo be af dot. Org is where people can find out about it. Donate you can follow me on twitter at bob. Wc and re post lots of different things for them playing. Tom ten golf tournament which raises money for foundation. I took a with the they call the community service day. This year was added to channel. Five's list of days off. How many vacation. Days sick days whenever it a community service day and so we lobby. Legislators stephen land elizabeth warren to help. Continue research for brain aneurysm. Things like that. So i was things like if i can give numbers. It's have one and fifty people one in fifty. People has an aneurysm right now. They don't ruptured or you're living with one. And when rupture about fifty percent of the people who suffer that die pretty much within twenty four hours or right on the spot another twenty five percent die within thirty days and the twenty five percent who survive the consequences that they live with for the rest of their lives. They might be in wheelchairs speech impediment. They might have balance issues. They might have continued headaches. That hit most of many of them. Also and i am extremely fortunate that i i really don't have any side. Effects from my brain aneurysm for it's been almost five years and the first couple of years. I would kind joke that. I'm like a dog with bark collar because vice sneeze. I get a sharp pain in the back of my head. Were a shunt which it's the brain fluid to get out of my head and go where it's supposed to go secreting into my abdomen etc. The shunt would shake a little bit. And so i would sneeze and then go like that. But that's mostly gone now to. I don't even really have to worry about but i will tell you every time i forget something you know. Sometimes you think everybody loses their car keys or forget where they aren't or something like that sometimes. I think i know that the reason. I can't remember this thing right. Now is because of the aneurysm. Which i definitely have some memory issues that worry me but the most part of doing well because i remember you saying you don't even remember you go remember anything you woke up and that's all you remember now. I had so many little holes. Like i can remember. I worked at patriots training camp. That day and i call boston. I said you know. I can put the packages together for the five six seven. But i gotta get outta here. Doctor's appointment at three thirty or something like that. I had a migraine for like six days. And he says okay. So i did. All my work in the satellite trucks did the packages drove towards the hospital. Where my doctor's offices and i crashed the car into some bush off the side of the road. Because i passed out and when i woke up by a little memory of the emt's there and somebody handing me an ice cold bottle of water which was very appreciated. But then i get to the emergency room and fortunately the doctor their doctor mahoney thinks that it might be an aneurysm. So they test for that. I think it was a cat scan turns out that's what it is so they send me beth israel where dr ogle these one of the best doctors in the world of this kind of stuff operated on me. Another little joke was at them. They were my wife. Says when we first got the beth israel they said you didn't have time to get to the emergency room or the operating world so they operated on you right then and there and do they give me something to know. Knock me out in. She said no. You just kept passing out on your own great. Wake up in the middle that it's sad. Actually you know. i don't remember. thanks. Because i can't show appreciation the way i want to My sister-in-law donna came from arizona healthy and her sister. My wife eileen. I don't remember her in the hospital room. I don't it wasn't until i came home like twenty some days later that i went into this silverware. A spoon and that it wasn't in that drawer and that wasn't a memory lapse. We did leave. Keep the silverware in this other. Draws right looked up. And i said was donna here. 'cause don type of person who would rearrange the kitchen and and she did so. It was more convenient everything. But that's when it dawned on me. I just been talking. Donna for seventeen or twenty days when i the nurse who saved my life many times and my wife's life insanity when i saw her for the first time that road race to raise money for brain aneurysm foundation at which i beat my doctor and my nurse when i saw her job a little bit of a memory but i don't remember any conversations any interactions. I missed a lot of that stuff in bothers me. My wife says that. I was in so much pain that you know. That's what happens. You end up blocking out stuff like right now my boys i said deploys come through. I have three kids three boys for kids my daughter. The voice live mom at the time. The they come yet. They came every day. I don't remember it. I'm generally happy person at this. But there's a reason like your like your wife said you're probably so much pain your brain dislike you got to sleep for. Welton yeah yeah. i guess. I was complaining a lot that i couldn't golf. I couldn't exercise. I couldn't go outside and so the nurse to kind of shut me up said. Let's go for walk and apparently we walked around that floor of the hospital florida. I was on and by the time we came back after one loop. I was dead the world in a nice way. But i fell asleep. I was tired. I had no energy that took a long time to get back. I remember when i did come home. I would do one loop in the neighborhood which is about a half mile and that was all do and then you know then two or three weeks sound now doing it. Light jog into rehab in recovery was in some ways. It was good. That's what i was trying to say without saying good but i think it was goodly challenged in good to be appreciating and good to have him back. I'm very blessed to be where i'm at healthwise and anything i can do. For the brain. Aneurysm found and doctor welby and the rest of them right now so they don't ask a lot of me but don't ever hear the word now. We'll put their contact information in the liner notes. So people can click on it when they come to listen to us We can't go without talking about our tournament coming up. Bob is going to be playing with us. He will be are pro with eboni. Get the nurses from mgh is going to play with. Cassandra mcintyre so she's gonna be our our guest. This year are normal. Gentlemen cannot join us. Some he's actually got another term and he's going to but anyway so so we each pay bob twenty five dollars an hour. It'd be golf pro so you got three times twenty five times about five hours right. Yeah you don't have to worry about being closest to the pin of the things when i play. It is not very difficult. But i try very hard not to offer any advice. I can see some things i am. A student of the game might took lessons. I watch the shows that give lessons. I understand the principles of a golf swing. And i can see that you're not doing it but i don't really wanna be one of those guys who like this a know it all or Also it almost never works. I mean if you wanna get better you have to take some advice in yet to a driving range. Exactly the off balls. When i say you should do this and now you get one shot at it. And if doesn't go well. He thinks he doesn't always talking about or whatever and if it goes great You think okay. They'll work the next time. But it's not. I'm in that process right now. He improved the game. And i have to just trust the process that i'm doing things right even though i'm having some bad results here and there and stuff like that so well. We can't take us. I'm not giving you need. We can't thank it up for being are pro this time you'll have you'll have fun again. It's a beautiful chorus. Four four oaks right. Ed for oaks in drake parochial and the clubhouse. It's up on top of the hill and you can see into boston from the clubhouse and the first he really is a gorgeous facility. Great and this year. We get to have a Lunch and after last year we couldn't. We just played and had to get out of there. The dakota but this year gonna have a nice after after. Play dinner and Some prizes we got some great raffle items patriots assigned julian edelman jersey game jerseys Red sox and celtics a lot of fun stuff so we are looking for people to keep playing so via dot com. You wanna meet bob. He can tell you more stories or give you some handicapped and he kept pointers here. Only but after we're done playing because we want to win.
"halloran" Discussed on KOMO
"Of the country or even other parts of the world can move in and reduce air quality. Here's National Weather Service meteorologist Dustin Guy We've seen smoke as far away as Siberia. Make it US dip the right pattern set up otherwise it can import that smoke in your area. And new this year. East Side Fire and Rescue is dedicating Maura Wildfire staffing and resource is for Red Flag Warning. Day's other local fire district say that they, too, are making targeted changes this year for a better response. King County Council has voted to ban the sheriff's office and other agencies from using an emerging type of technology come most. Charlie Harder has the story attacking question is facial recognition Software Council member Jean Cole Wells is a prime sponsor of the bill. She says the problems with the technology outweigh the benefits is aimed to protect our residents, Civil liberties and freedom from government surveillance as well assume very particular to guard against Shall disparity. She points to studies that show the software frequently miss identifies black and Asian American people. The law would only affect King County government such as the sheriff's office. It would not change laws and cities and other governments within the county. It passed unanimously and now heads to the executive Charlie Harder. Come, O'Neill's the state Supreme Court says missing your day in court. Is not evidence that you're guilty. State Attorney Scott Halloran argued the office. It not appearing at trial may raise an inference of consciousness of guilt. The high court disagrees. They're ruling overturns the 2017 convictions of a Snohomish County man who was charged with bail jumping when he failed to appear on a separate charge. Civil rights advocates say that failure to appear penalties disproportionately affect people of color. Republicans plan aim or aggressive effort to retake the eighth District seat in Congress next year. Dr Kim Friars, the first Democrat to represent the vast district that stretches from Bellevue to Auburn and Kent, and then across the Cascades to kid attacks in Shetland counties. Republican Matt Larkin lost the race for attorney general last year and is now running against Schreier by emphasizing the homeless crisis in Seattle. Even though Schreier doesn't represent Seattle. That's under that's within. The district of representative giant Paul Jesse Jensen, who attracted 48% of the vote against Stryer last year, tells the Seattle Times that he's considering another run against her next year. State lawmakers recently passed a bill prohibiting public schools from using Native American names, symbols or images as mascot. Some district's, though, are pushing back There is the ability for a district to appeal Basically co most Carleen Johnson reports. Repeat is Native American. She's a junior at North Central High School in Spokane, and she worked with lawmakers this year in drafty the legislation. It's demeaning. It's It's not an accurate depiction of my people, and it's hurtful. The bill did include a provision that says schools where tribes exist in bordering counties can ask those tribes for permission to keep the symbols And they're doing that in the tri cities where Kennewick District officials air putting together a presentation to show how Native American history and culture have impacted the district's curriculum that plan to ask the yak about tribe for permission to continue using the Braves name and logo for comic and high And the Thunderbirds name and logo for Legacy High School, The Tri City Herald reports. Moses Lake is also working with the Colville Confederated tribes to keep its native American mascots at three schools. Carling Johnson Come on news news Time to 40 time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. Here's Eric Heights. The Mariners have won seven of eight and five in a row after last night 65 extra inning win over Oakland. Game. Two of the serious with the A's begins at 7 10 tonight, with Marco Gonzalez returning to the mound for the EMS. The storm with new head coach Noelle Quinn host the Indiana Fever tonight. Tip time is seven o'clock. Second seeded Naomi Osaka is withdrawing from the French Open, saying it's the best thing for the tournament and for her own well being. She had cited mental health reasons and announcing a choice not to participate in post match press conferences. Serena Williams says she can empathize with what Osaka is going through. I feel for Naomi. I feel Like, uh, I wish I could give her a hug cause I know what it's like. Like I said, I've been in those positions well, Soccer got a warning from all four Grand Slam tournaments that she could face stiffer penalties if he continues to skip press conferences. Brazil's president wants this month's Copa America soccer tournament to be held in his country despite the pandemic. His administration is under fire from lawmakers and health officials for wanting to host the event. Even though Brazil has the second most deaths from Cove in 19, the governing body of soccer for South America chose Brazil as a replacement host on Monday. After Argentina was dropped because of the spread of the virus in that country. Sports A 10 and 40 minutes past the hour Americans coma news, tired of lying awake, tossing and turning, just hoping for a few hours of sleep. Get to sleep you crave with the one of a kind tempera pedic on Lee Tempera.
A seat at the table for workers
"Are going to begin with trade. And we're going to do that because it's been awhile since the policy parts of what we buy from and sell to other countries has been the story in trade as opposed to the tariff parts of that part of our economy that dominated the past couple of years and our way in is a three hundred and eight page document out from the white house. This week called fittingly enough. The twenty twenty one trade policy agenda of the united states. It is as i said three hundred pages long. So the t. l. The are here is the biden administration intends to us trade policy to advance racial equity to fight climate change and to take on what it calls. China's coercive and unfair economic trade practices the core theme of the thing though is a worker centric approach to trade workers. The white house says are going to have see table. Marketplace's refinish your is on the trade desk today in a nutshell biden's new priorities mean free. Trade for free trade sake is out the window. It is a big contrast the elite and this president of the economic policy institute pre trump both democrats and republicans for a couple of decades when place trade policies. That were definitely not worker. Centric i would say more corporate centric. She says former. President trump was able to harness latent resentment around jobs industries that were lost over the years. And that's clearly something. The biden administration has tuned in on how that translates into policy over the next four years. Rufus york says president of the national foreign trade council in practice it plays out in enforceable rules on forced labour clear protection of the right to organize and bargain collectively that those need to be elements serve of trade agreements but the biden administration won't be in any rush to enter any new trade agreements according to sharyn o'halloran professor of political economy at columbia university. She says biden will try to shore up us. Competitiveness i as a way to protect workers. They're focusing on by american and precising use of american products and procurements developing infrastructure and so forth but being worker. Centric does not mean being protectionist. Halloran says the use of tariffs is likely to be much more surgical and you can expect a lot of talk of working with allies trade issues. A very clear break with the recent past in new york. I'm revenge sure for
Indonesian Passenger Plane With 62 On Board Goes Missing Minutes After Takeoff
"Jakarta. Exact number of people on board is unknown at this point, but local reports say At a shop drop was detected with just four minutes after takeoff. This specific plane is 26 26 years years old, old, with with its its first first flight flight back back in in May May off off 1994. 1994. Now Now the the aircraft aircraft is is a a Boeing Boeing 737 737 500. 500. It It is is not not the the Boeing Boeing 737 737 Max that just recently returned to service in the U. S. He Transport Ministry in Jakarta says the commercial aircraft took off from the capital. And was headed to Borneo. Authorities in New Hampshire, asking the public for help as they continue to investigate the death of 69 year old Cynthia Halloran, who was
Health officials warn of post-Thanksgiving COVID-19 case surge
"Across the nation. Today, Health experts are bracing for a post Thanksgiving surge in covert cases is comes while the United States anxiously awaits the process of getting newly finished covert vaccines approved for emergency use and rolled out America's top infectious disease specialist, Dr Anthony Fauci, tells ABC this week today that the health community is nearly certain Things are going to get worse before they get better. We likely will have an increase in cases as we get into the cold weeks of the winter, and as we approach The Christmas season. And as for those who did gather outside their homes for Turkey Day this year, Dr Todd Halloran of South Shore Hospital in Weymouth says people need to get tested. Best thing to do now is for anyone who's traveled and, you know cross bubbles. You want to go out. You want to get tested. We know that probably getting cereal tests is important as well because single test can sometimes lead to false negative result. Here in the Commonwealth. We're seeing no exception in the cove in 19 surge, state health officials reporting more than 2900 new cases of Cove it and 40 deaths in the last 24 hour count. Hospitalizations also won the on the rise, 1000 and 45. As of yesterday, 225 of those patients in ICU.
"halloran" Discussed on Your Retirement Solution Podcast
"This is unusual times but I must admit I probably at this moment right now the most proud to be a financial planner Matt wage because it's not one times are easy. It's one times are tough that we have plans in place in the first place. Right? We it's why we have these people in our lives to help us when things are a little rough. We're not sure of how to proceed or if we're going to be okay. And then if you if you know are going to be okay. You've got your team in place and everyone's saying yeah client things are going to be just fine, You can go about what you want to do your goals your dreams and not have to jeopardize that just because something out of your control out there. This time is a little little bug this month is out of our control, but there will always be something out there that could derail things you want to have a solid team in place to make sure that you don't get derailed that you're just fine and if you want to know more About working with Cindy or anybody at the retirement Solution. Please make sure you go to the retirement solution.com and check out their website. They've got a you can get a copy of gyms book happily ever after all sorts of great resources on the side and they will hopefully be able to have you truly live that happily-ever-after. So Cindy thanks for being on the show. Thank you Matt home. If you have not subscribed to the podcast make sure you click that subscribe Now button below that way every time we come out the new podcast will show up directly on your listening device. And if you know somebody who's either needs this team or doesn't have this team in place. Please make sure you share this podcast super easy. All you have to do is click that share button below. So for Cindy and everybody at the retirement solution, this is Matt Halloran and we'll see you on the other side of the mic very.
"halloran" Discussed on Just King Things
"And that it's like yes yes and the boiler explodes in. It feels very comic by this point. It's not jack anymore. It's like this weird skittered. it's a it's a pretty penny wise in. Somebody's somewhere between pennywise in ghalem from the three s. It almost feels like two different approaches to this are being written at the same time. And i kind of wish that king chosen. But i think you're right. It's meant to be like uncertainly settling louis for networking or something like that. But the Halloran is their rankings rescuing windy and and danny and jack or the thing that was jack is taking the elevator and halloran specific. Says he doesn't look through the window of the elevator. In order to see like the tutoring whore that's back there and like that to me is scary. That's like oh god you know there's something back there that's so horrifying that it's not worth even trying to look at it but then on the other side right you had that kind of thing where it's dumping the boiler in yelling like i've won i've won and blows up so You know i agree. I think tony lee switches a little bit too much into into what you know what cyanide michael zany and end in a it switches aesthetic modes maybe too much Last thing on ask you your opinion about michael. What do you think about The thing that escapes the overlook hotel. We go back to the the cut prologue before the play. The first thing that happens in the over like during the ribbon. Cutting ceremony at the overlook Is a woman. Start screening right. The ribbon gets cut in a woman in the crowd. Because it's all sort of like the a nineteenth century like what he tweeted people. She starts screaming and balls into a dead faint and when she wakes up later They asked her like what happened. And she said i looked because they're all outside the hotel she's like i looked into the lobby and i saw something. It did not look like a man right. It wasn't a person so at the moment the overlook hotel gets its ribbon cut. There is something in the lobby. That is not a person noncanonical right the cut but it's interesting to keep in mind because what happens at the end is the overlook hotel is burning down the the big bank of windows on its western side. We're kind of its presidential suite. Is those get blown out. And halloran. i think is looking up. He sees what is described as a large black manta like escaping like a cloud of black smoke in the shape of escaping into the sky and it's also called like a swarm of of loss but specifically the image of just like this giant manta. Ray is so strange. And in his kind of kinney in the way that in the same way that the the alternate ending of carry her becoming A giant godzilla figure right. This thing that has been very gothic kind of traditional haunted house suddenly becomes like a big sea creature. Yeah i think it literally ruins the book..
White House estimates up to 250,000 may die from coronavirus
"Trump administration health advisors projecting U. S. pandemic deaths could range from one hundred thousand to two hundred forty thousand infectious disease specialist Dr Todd Halloran says there is still much we do not know we don't know how many people have mild infection we don't know how many people are a symptomatic that's really important to understand this virus in what the true mortality as U. S. desktop four thousand more than one thousand in New York
At War With No Ammo’: Doctors Say Shortage of Protective Gear Is Dire
"Has covert nineteen infections continue to skyrocket in the U. S. the protective equipment increasingly short supply for medical workers some hospitals are disinfecting respirator masks in order to re use them the number of confirmed cases that nearing twenty thousand in the U. S. with at least two hundred sixty deaths some studies show the disease is killing far more men than women infectious disease doctor and ABC news contributor Dr Todd Halloran warrants corona virus in addition isn't just a disease of the elderly the CDC just published a study that shows people between the ages of twenty and fifty roughly forty percent of those patients are hospitalized hospitals across New York state are bracing for the worst as public health officials report more than eight thousand cases have been diagnosed in that state with one New York City surgeon and making a desperate plea for help and supplies were from ABC's Diane Macedo New York pediatric surgeon Dr Cornelia Griggs is making a plea on social media she and her husband are both doctors with two small children desperate for supplies as they fight the outbreak what people are doing at hospitals green using masks that we would otherwise throw out after one Jesus and writing our names on it so that we can remember whose is whose and do you ration and concerns there was mass that we do have last and what we're doing in the meanwhile is using regular masks not and ninety five FEMA has now declared New York a major disaster meaning further emergency aid can be sent the death toll continues to rise at alarming rates in Spain and Italy Spain's count passing a thousand Italy's now passing four thousand A. B. C.'s Julia macfarlane has more from London a stock new milestone in the fight against corona virus Spain and Italy grappling with the new Ryzen cave at nineteen cases the number of new infections in each country soaring spay now seeing over twenty thousand cases I needed to leave the epicenter of the outbreak in Europe nearly fifty thousand diagnosed
"halloran" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
"Today is our two hundred episode and I thought I would changed up a little bit by being the intro voice that you hear it's normally Matt Halloran ads on the call today with US and he's GonNa Start talking about all the things that we have learned and we both have very unique perspectives we're GonNa talk about all the things that we've learned doing this many podcasts now the truth is this mass two hundred with top advisor marketing by gas it's probably about my forty or fifty breath but we've done more before so a little different as far as how much experience we've had but man we've learned so much aim at we really have I mean I it's still blows me away that that you and I have been doing this this long and and the fact that we did about fifty that we don I'm to be four we ever started this podcast with this focus we've really done a lot of podcasts and and just as a company we're creeping up on so thousand podcast produced since we opened the doors on on this product so I think we really have learned a lot absolutely so there's learned lean that happens on the technical side there's learning that happens on the had to be good at this there's learning that's happening on the marketing side probably some you know just being a better communicator maybe life side so why don't you dive into some of the things that you've learned over the two hundred episodes well thank you Eddie I'm probably going to be a lot more focused on the what it's like to be a host in the systems in processes that that we've built a because this is my day to day job at the first thing that I have realized I think you're right when it comes to life essences patience is key and so his practice right every single solitary time I'm on the microphone always trying to find something that I can learn and do matter that's just kind of who I am in Kirk I know that's part of who you are to your core that we're always trying to improve but practice makes perfect nick or at least practice makes much better listening back to some of the first podcast that we did I've so many errors I just hosting error is that I try very very hard not to make any more but I hope it's made me a better communicator I hope that it's made me a better sooner I hope that it's allowed our clients to get their voice out into the marketplace in a very easy and convenient manner with podcast hosts that are just there to make them look really good I I think that's a really big learning experience that I've had very hurt but that was eh well gosh if we went back and we uncovered the first fifty we did that we dumped You know I think that you have come has been exponentially greater and part of it is awareness right you know one of the big things that I've learned is setting expectations or or or setting clear expectations is such a moss and Kirk you never hear any of these but but I've got scripts that I do with every single solitary podcast guest especially on the top adviser marketing ask for those who've been on the podcast you've heard those scripts setting very clear expectations and I it you know what the expectations are and it's fun because you rise to those expectations that's what most people do when you set clear expectations whether it's professionally or personally are in relationships people understand what they expect of you and therefore they're going to be that much better one of my favorite expectations that I said is if you've been talking too long you probably have been I think this is a great life lesson not only a great lesson when you're the Mike and most people laugh at that and then they realize when they have been talking too long and I'm hoping that they implement that even more in their life starting your school your kid you got to stop Ya came to mind or teenagers yeah woman sitting those clear expectations with your kids to Kirk that's-that's like super super important the next thing that I really learned is it's all about sound quality we are always looking at New Mike setups new mastering setups new new ways to record because it's very distracting when you don't have have the clearest sound you know we do things remotely we're interviewing people all over the United States and in Canada even Australia sometimes even in Europe and if we don't have a good connection it's almost impossible to take care of that in post production interesting because people think that you can buy a half decent microphone I mean you can buy half the microphone have good sound beacon also have been bad bandwidth so there's there's a number of factors in we've learned a lot from that you know we've switched providers we've learned other things you don't be using your your computer to do other activities while you're recording podcasts things like that involved pads little bumps thermally improved that a lot in a short.
Michael And Two Hands discussed on House Talk with Ray Trimble
"Another store they got a lot of media attention was that of Michael guards you low it was known as the Hollywood Ripper or the boy next door killer he was found guilty of the murders of Ashley Ellery in and Maria Bruno and the attempted murder of Michelle Murphy the case gained a lot of attention for the gruesome nature of the killings which involve multiple stabbings and body mutilation the other reason why this case got a lot of media attention was because actor Ashton Kutcher testified during the trial at the time a one of the murders actually Halloran was Ashton Kutcher's girlfriend he was set to meet her at his apartment but you never came to the door he assumed that she had already left without him but little did he know she was inside dead for more on this we spoke to Andrew Mollen back he's a west coast reporter for I heart media and helps break down this story please attacks again the two orders it it tempted murder go all the way back to two thousand one in Hollywood and they continued all the way until two thousand eight but the story actually goes farther back than that prior to coming to LA prosecutors say Michael Gargiulo also murdered a woman in the Chicago area I know that goes all the way back to nineteen ninety three and the all in all of these is similar one of the other nicknames that prosecutors gave to him is the boy next door killer and the reason behind that is in each of these he found himself living right next to or even in the same building as the women that he would kill he wants or found women who were attractive then he would stop them and once you found a way to get them alone he would just viciously stabbed them for the purpose of apparently some sort of sexual grill there was never an allegation that he actually sexually assaulted them it was just not Rudel stabbings multiple murders here in the LA area again also another one in the Chicago area so we're talking about decades the last of which was in two thousand eight and that was when a woman was able to fight him off she was stabbed severely but she did survive let's talk about Ashley Ellery and she's one of the women in Los Angeles and one big moment in this trial the kind of elevated a little bit more was that she was either a girlfriend or she was going to be going out with actor Ashton Kutcher and he actually testified to you know what he saw he was supposed to go out on a date with her and that just kind of elevated this a little bit more it just brought it out into the public sphere a little more that's how I got so much national and even international attention the reports early on it this month long trial Ashton Kutcher actually did take the stand that he was talking about that night that he was planning to go over to Ashley Ellery home in the Hollywood area and pick her up but by the time that he got there she had already been murdered and so that was again very early in this case this one on for months but that's really what put it on the radar for a lot of people but even apart from that she was just one of these series of women who really had no connection at all with this killer but reduced they found themselves living next to him and he found them to be one of these targets maybe they were cracked he would go after them so she just happened to be one of the targets at that time Ashton Kutcher wasn't even the famous actor that he is at least now he was acting but he became a well known far after this one going back all the way to two thousand one but that was the first the attacks in the LA area when he testified he said that you know he showed up late for the day he thought maybe she left and he peeked inside the apartment and he said oh look messy I just saw a bunch of red stains I thought it was red wine on the floor little did he know these were the blood stains from from the brutal murder and that's what we owe you you mentioned earlier guard you would you viciously stabbed these women multiple times forty times something like that it was pretty horrible we are talking about cutting off of body parts and and really leaving them as symbol what happens now though is the jury which found him guilty of the two counts of murder and then the one count of attempted murder the jury is going to reconvene later and then begins the sanity phase where jurors will have to decide what kind of mental state Michael Gargiulo was then when he was carrying out these attacks so that's going to begin shortly after that will be the penalty phase in this particular trial but down the road you still does face a murder charge in the Chicago area now this again goes all the way back to a high school friend so that will happen after this case in the Los Angeles area completely wracked wraps up with the sentencing phase is that where the defense is going throughout this trial that he was in a fit of insanity know that the defense really was arguing that DNA did not specifically link guards to to a number of the attacks they argued that it was more circumstantial that lived in the area but they tried to make the case that there wasn't really a good hard evidence that each one of these winking guard too low to the murder so that's really what they were laying the groundwork for that I mean that's just sounds a little weird at least with regard to the case of Michelle Murphy she's the one that caught him off he was on top of her stabbing her and she grabbed a knife with their two hands and pushed him off and all but they match DNA from that scene to him so he is at least raced in that instance he was placed there right and that was the most concrete of the evidence of the account because of the night flight crew blood and and left a blood trail in her apartment and that one was in the Santa Monica area of Los Angeles that one was some a good evidence that another case the movies that were found at one scene he also had a similar booties and attic where he lived but again the defense kind of arguing well that's just circumstantial that happen to have the same booties doesn't mean he did it but I got that last attack with a woman caught him off in Santa Monica that has the specific DNA linking it to him and your mom back west coast reporter for I heart media thank you very much for
"halloran" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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"halloran" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Yeah. But it's very deliberate it and how it's pace. Yeah. And I kind of perfectly. Yes. And how it plays out the madness and builds up to that bat shit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. I mean it works better. Because there is so much Bill to it for sure. So before we get off of it the the steady Cam as well. I mean, I feel like the shining has had such a lasting visual influence on so much cinema. That's come after it. If you think about films that have come out in recent years, something like the witch, for instance, has a lot of kind of Kubrick 'isms in it these slow creek. Opens. Yeah. Maybe not so much steady Cam on that film. But definitely where you kind of have these wide angle shots and pushing very very slowly. Yeah, or yeah. The kind of symmetrical framing if you think about a film. Did you see the killing of a secret? Dear. Oh, not yet. Yeah. That movie is like just, you know, full of again, these kind of Kubrick visual touches, it almost feels like no, much Kubrick or something the way, I think he is one of the more often Majd. Yeah. Absolutely. He is it's interesting too. Because I feel like partly Kubrick is a little bit easier to imitate for people because it's it is possible to set up these symmetrical shots. It is possible to kind of do these like slow slow creeping zooms and so on that's that's something that is in the wheelhouse of most filmmakers to achieve. And yet the way the Kubrick deploys it his control his you like his sense of. Wendy use that to not use it. And so on. Yeah. Till like Bill the atmosphere to build the tension. Well, it's interesting because he. The shot where it shows sca- or dick dick Halloran O'Halloran Irish dick Halloran is in his I guess house report in Florida. Oh, yeah. The the Tuesday amounts with the it could have been by all accounts should have been just a shot of him in his apartment watching the news. But it starts as you know, hard on the television and pulls back so slowly from the TV to reveal reveal his feet in the nude portrait TV. Yeah. Then the reverse of that same the other Newport bed. Yeah. Yeah. And there was no like when he said when did deploy it like, I wonder why they're? I think it's because it's it's starting to dawn on him. Like, he's just he's he's on vacation. He's on holiday. He's having a good time. He's in his own world. Yeah. And it's it's like the beginning of that feeling stirring in him that. Yeah, he's getting a sense that something is wrong something he's having that premonition. So that's why he just played it with a creepy sort of. So. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think to give it this this sense of dread. And yeah, you don't even understand really why it's happening. But it is making you uneasy in that way. Well, I mean halloween's halloween's call to action sort of directly mirrors the ramping up of what's going on in the hotel like when he first skits that like oh shit. I gotta go get on a plane because he's getting Danny's messages. Yeah. Like that is when the that that's when the story really starts to kind of shift into third or fourth year. Yeah. I feel like well, it's like I was thinking about you know, those those zoom out shots. There's. A very similar when that happens with Danny when he's playing with his toys on that orange carpet. And it starts very close up on Danny in that ball rolls into shot and the camera variously zooms back out again. Yeah, it's like Kubrick. I mean, he used that shot on many many of his films where you would start in like an extreme close up and then zoom back out Souissi the entire world. Yeah. Around the character. I feel like that. That's just like his way of underlining something of kind of queuing us of you're like, hey, pay attention. Right. Something's about to happen. Yeah. You know, we're we're we're going we're shifting into another gear you need to really pay close attention. 'cause it's about to get you know, crazy. Yeah. Yeah. His use of lighting to we'll get into this is wide shut her. But he was very famous for. I mean, he obviously used movie camera lights, but he's USA practical..
"halloran" Discussed on Starting9
"The the longevity yeah well ours got the mvp in the batting titles and yeah i it's not like it's not like our doesn't have a hall of fame resume is just that there was just a a drop off and he's halloran gano roy roy i mean you look at the list of fucking rookies of the year and there's just not a lot of people that go on to have great careers after death sentence but yeah i'll agree all agree it's posey i think that when it's all said and done you know posey's still goings yeah i mean like it's not like i look at if you're if you're a baseball player and you got rings on your resume does it help your hall of fame case sure but it does regard like buster posey who played catcher for one of the best pitching staffs during that run was i'm with you i'm just saying famers ace rings for a hall of fame case matter more in a sport like football if your quarterback then if you're a catcher baseball i agree yes yogi berra's not the greatest catcher of all time but he's not he's got he's got more rings and fingers those he he's like ten or eleven yes some fucking stupid like that but yeah with posey matthew christianson wants to know fries waffle curly or straight it's waffle nope all day wrong option incorrect answer the answer we're looking for it was curly curly fry his friday chrissy no free ads oh yes have you have you ever had the chocolate cake from hooters no you have hooters out there in fucking cevallos serious question do you have yes not a serious question no i said in seamy valley first of all if we had looters at simi valley i fucking rolling up wow okay oh sorry i was talking to mr fancy who just like is so of hooters we gotta hooters and saugus shout out to the sega gms the saugus rocket rolls through hooters i mean it is it is quite a scene when the rocket shows up to hooters they know exactly what the rocket wants he gets his fucking boneless wings he gets his curly fries and he gets his chocolate cake i mean that is just quite the evening fucking clown meal no it's not as yeah yeah you're just you're too west coast to hollywood you wouldn't understand brendan brendan wants to know if you're going to run out onto the field during a game where would you start from an am to finish also what point in the game would you run out for the best chance to make it back into the stands so you've gotta go seventhinning stretch if you're looking to make it back into the stands because i think you'll have everybody's attention and your odds of employing help at that point and or far greater because people will be you know they'll be seeing you going i also twofold they'll be dancing around they'll be singing they'll be doing something sweet caroline's banging around who knows you might be able to dodge but you gotta start in the outfield and obviously it's because there's no security between you and the outfield wall like on the field you've got security that sets on the left field line of the right build line near the ball people and if you're making it over the outfield wall the what the you know it's risk reward are you willing to make that ten foot drop to hit the warning track and take off can you survive that in foot drop right that's show ballpark factors are huge because at fenway yeah you're not if you got right healed you're not making it pal exactly streaking so you have to like this is the metric you have to escape alcatraz you're just making right streaks created plus right like how many factor in or extra you have to factor in the ballpark it's big like fenway yeah to even try this at benway anywhere neil right field that's that's just suicide yeah because you've got you've got the security guard in the bullpens you have security guards near pesky poll on the side like indicator wells that's a bad it's a bad spot over there and from left field same same shit you've got guys in the monster dot guys down the line left bill coming out of the where the grounds crew is and where are you headed headed to write built well i just explained that buzzsaw that's bad it's bad bad seen this there's no security there's people in the.
"halloran" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Annan so happy that you're a part of my community you're gonna make me tear out we'll have more questions to go won't rain today yeah all my okay question four i'm going to switch this went over to you what is one thing you're curious to learn more about in 2018 i'm just gonna take the first thing off the top of my head which is outer space in general now i realize this is like probably not a surprise for people like we are you know mars is happening like we have had such incredible gas from j p l we had leah halloran just on and i realize when i was talking with leah and she was telling me all about all of the nebula that she had drawn i was like it has been awhile since i took astronomy and college let's just get it up like i like to think i know a lot about our galaxy but i know a lot more about our galaxy so i want to get online look at some of those amazing 360 videos it sasha's emotion us put together and jess legged continue to get really educated about everything that's out there i love it what about you christina what's one thing you're curious to learn more about this may not be as the price anyone lewis missed to me but it wasn't a surprise to me that it took this long i want to learn more about local politics lean.
"halloran" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Yeah i would say the i mean it's kind of obvious but watching the eclipse this summer um i mean i of course thought this is going to be beautiful it's going to be amazing but that sense of wow it actually was sort of horrific it's really startled me unfairly yeah we went up to oregon and so we saw the totality and grip over came with us so it was obvious amazing company is fantastic but there's something about it that when the sun was totally eclipsed the darkness of it it just made you realize the absolute incredible power of nature and usually that sort of wow moment happens because something surprised you or is unexpected this to me was different because i was expecting it and in fact i was so excited about it i booked his trip i was you know talked a bunch of people into going but instead it was even more than that it somehow was so surprising because of just how kind of shocking it was i would say that it was shocking even say it was beautiful it was like shocking yeah wow indeed doing great question three what are you listen to when you work other than your podcast other that our podcast and if we couldn't love you nor yet duty listen tannock thing and if so what is that i do listen to a lot of podcast i love murder mysteries means audible books ranging all over the place but i have to say that you know the audible thing the sort of semi embarrassing thing about audible is as i love like i listen to all of those super cheesy like vampire movies.
"halloran" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"This is the beginning of the movie interstellar and he my that's what he said to me and he in so he would come over to my studio mike i'm just like blow my mind and i tried to make sense of it make little pencil drawings and he was taking them to steven spielberg's i never was you know full disclosure was never part of the movie in any way but what i was did was i would help with the early conceptualization of some of the black holes in worm hole so that kipp would take it and i know christopher nolan ended up directing it by you would say it would look something like this oh my god allow within that should earn you and i am deby credit i'm has turned out but the black holes specialist i need a like a fun you know almost like a challenge to have this conversation ask banter i mean i didn't know of course that it would become what it became so from there kippen i have continued to kind of work together have now made over a hundred and ten paintings for a book where it's kippes poetry actually about lie go the gravitational wave detectors black holes room holes and with the discovery of lego kip has become very busy hands but um yeah we've been working on it for like four years and not again is like i think if someone said would you like to work on a book of poetry say oh that's not what i do i make a vital work for galleries by it's really through my friendship with kip end because it's been so challenging and so fun to interact with him that it led to you know ended up being you know a book i don't think i should we didn't actually set out to really make a buck weir's restarted by making an article that was supposed to be in playboy i'll make a hunch give asked me i think it was like he said it'll be like ten or twelve paintings and so we made this like short article and it was shown to hugh hafner who are rejected my paintings up.
"halloran" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"But yet just these images of just fixing the camera to different places and i asked you what i was watching christine i said where is the camera where he passing it and you said i just try out a different position and see what comes of it and then you're stitching these images together and it's just incredible yeah and i think that's sort of i would say maybe the failure is not what i tease but the sense of play and i think i definitely have a confidence in that playfulness but i would say that i mean even with the cno types which you know it's a great story it's a great history it's based on a fantastic lineage of women and a history of astronomy but i would say that out of every ten images nine of them get thrown away i mean it it's really like the first year the rate of which we were throwing away his prince was astounding it's not that i look for failure i've just not worried about hitting a wall because i know if the idea is good enough in your passionate about you just continue trying new things so maybe at first i know i wanna make a piece about flying maybe this video thing won't be anything but it will get me to a place to make a sculpture or make a performance i don't know but i feel confident that i'm excited enough about it to not let it go absolutely before we continue our conversation with leia let's give a shout out to lifelock doing a lot of holiday shopping from your mobile device retailers expect fifty four percent of holiday shoppers to visit their sites for mobile devices skimmers see this as an opportunity to steal your credit card information and other personal data by distributing phony retail apps be cautious and only download apps from reputable app stores and read the reviews for any complaints about mel where one in four people have experienced identity theft if your only monitoring your credit your identity can still be stolen in ways you may not detect thieves could still your information on.
"halloran" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"I started reading in one of my favorite first books about science at i felt translated the enthusiasm of physics was the book by kip thorn called black holes wormholes in time works einstein's outrageous legacy and uti's collaborated at thar yes so that said the first time that i was introduced to his work with as in in book form in modulate program and i started making work based on his research and black holes and wormholes and every year the grad program gives a travel grant and so a lot of the students right like they want to go and be inspired at the tate and that have travelled to europe and i was like a minute i wrote this totally bonkers proposal and i was like i wanna go to the darkest sky's the largest observatories in the world and so i spent my between my first and second near grad school in the caught ought to comment desert out in chile following astronomers around there were like what are you doing here and i'm like i don't know i just something suffolk walkout that i love and so it's sort of like i just accident lima stepbystep who got sucked into science i guess laude i love how starting at the tender age of fourteen getting excited about sections actions and leicester he made its way into your practice it just reminds me of almost the reverse story with emily grassley starting out and her painting degree and then finding her way into a natural history museum so clearly these two worlds are much closer than they might seem on the surface oh absolutely so what i think is so fascinating i mean you've trained as a painter and a print maker with your mfa but a lot of reviews and descriptions of your work talk about your scientific and experimental process uh how you use and create new techniques that even these the how would you call them keep ninety sana types diana types can you share more about your approach and how you develop these artistic techniques will i would say that i don't necessarily go out of my way to lerner experiment in a particular medium but instead i tried to find a perfect combination with whatever subject i'm exploring so the cno type is one of the.
"halloran" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Flood waters were we view our nation's top journalists politicians authors chefs economists entertainers and more if you're looking for a contrarian discussion on news politics or culture give us a listen and subscribe ad hoc f one dot com the new podcast one app or at apple podcast the limit does not exist is brought to you by lifelock is your personal info for sale on the dark web monitoring your credit can't show you but lifelock sees a wide range of threats to your identity if something happens usbased specialists can work to fix it go to lifelock dot com and use the promo code forbes to save ten percent so exploratorium to your and explainer you're in high school how do you then decide to go get a bfa the reason exploratory i might say was so influential in my studio practice is that of course it has every element for a sense of experimentation creativity asking questions but i started off just walking around and of engaging in the public and then about a year and i got hired in the machine chop and so i then mentored under someone for tom tomkins for two years where i learned how to build everything and anything although he you know some days on a saturday arkan he'd say i need a hundred of these knobs milled within hundreds of an inch figure out how to do it and so i just became really confident and materiality and that if i didn't know how to do something to kind of derive pleasure from the you know the challenge of learning something new yeah so i would say that yet you know then going on to get my mfa and bfa but always love that sense of like building in excitement from the exploratorium unlike seeking outs you know figuring out how to do something with me i never even realize that i you know with sort of starting to make work about science i just felt that the subject of science always challenged me the most so when i was in undergrads at ucla those taking lot of astronomy classes just because it challenged me and then i went onto grad school right away to yale and when i was at yale i spent time same thing just taking courses in the astronomy department because it was so exciting like they were they were discovering black holes and i.
"halloran" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"An ackermann zookeepers wife then ask rebecca oppenheimer who's the curators and head of astronomy at the natural history museum i know rebecca quake latin like i can't wait to ask you so many things from athens and then david sobel who wrote the glass universe which is also based on the women of harvard and the glass plates there and then jan eleven amazing astronomer at columbia university and also head of the science program at pioneer works i alfano dustin what a small world charlotte arc women now i am the law yeah for him to the them um jennifer who let and uh and then the the last to figure on the wall is maria papova so have all although york ladies shall be there all of our favorite women right that's what i'm saying when i walk in i feel like i'm like a morning cheryl here with me well it's such a fantastic into this book is going to have poetry and written pieces of all kinds written by these women along with these sana types writer or images of them which have been part of your creation in this is not only these on portrait's but these tell us more about these prints about the prince yeah yeah the some purchases sort of the last two final part of the project but i was doing a project called deep sky companion that took me almost three years to do it was a hundred and ten paintings the are at keltec and i'm excited to announce a bill be there permanently now so cold and during that time oh it's based on messy is catalogue of deep scott objects as french combat hunter and at certain point i found out that he was not entirely like put out of business but the he was he had so much comper.
"halloran" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Lying a plane in order to bring their ideas to life and she's got inspiring advice about how you can also learn new and interesting skills plus we ask her take on applying for grants and the process of seeking funding for visual art and how she thinks about collaboration and mentors this episode is chockfull of super practical advice it's true and let me just add that i got to record this episode from lee studio so there's a really fun added bonus their lord lawn said let's jump in shali christina let's do it clearly hey christina kk highly ah by how are you i am well follow bit um different from art our normal intro because usually i say hi a guest who's on skype and so they know that time to say hello but you are actually hang out with kate for this episode so you're awkwardly staring in each other's eyes right about now oh we're we're not quite staring in each other's eyes a little alley christina i think it'd be wouldn't break from the tradition of how i usually set up our show but isis shrill yeah no but you're right we are a doing really our first episodes were one of us is on location at a guest studio and christina i wish that you could see how cool the spaces that we are in right now i mean i'm a little less i'm arms white wall and i hear that you're getting a sneak peek at some pretty impressive art works yeah i really am and video and a book there is a wily no limit to the creativity that uh that is happening in this space yeah.
"halloran" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"But he's only testing three people think all just happened to die like the first three of the first time and we never see the traps we never see them except for eight blinken you miss it flashback of logan putting the buckets on their head yeah we never know who the three are with their sins are well they're all tied up with halloran that's what because we find the bodies everybody's from one of halla rents cases but i don't know why he used the same trap seles that's all he had access to because this movies bullshit and they wanted to trick us ashura sounds very that is the only rianne and look i dunno because maybe this is logan's first time you never forget your first so he's doing what was done to him my point was back when they discovered who jigsaw was and whatever movie i don't know to maybe one really one when i forget who he was the police and they were investigating all these different ties don't think that they would have found a barn in his wife's family at some point along all this investigation and investigated every single aspect of this guy's life this movie answers the question we never wanted to answered where did all those pig carcasses come from i was thinking madam i'm will narino where the pigs came from but you're right i said it in one of those old saw episodes these films feel like college freshmen creative writing students writing these script like look how clever this twist is i feel like that's here to it doesn't make sense when you turn to talk your way through it it doesn't make sense what i'm sitting there watching it back to what had finally come down at the barn.