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Fresh "Hartman" from Charlie Parker
"Participating restaurants. Oh, I heart radio goods one on one with George Strait to talk about why he loves playing in Vegas. Las Vegas has been a part of my country music career. I mean, I've played in Vegas pretty much my whole touring career. It's just it's fun to play Vegas. I mean, it's it really is a lot of fun, the crowds and great and they come from all over the place because there's so much to do here and so a concert is kind of a bump Sunny skies this afternoon. Look for high around 90 degrees. 7 21, San Antonio's first news with Charlie Parker. Welcome to Friday. This segment brought to you by kitchen designs by Shivani. It's our visit with Michael Palka, host of the pure Hope Elka Podcast. Let's start on the light side of things. Rolling Stone just put out a list of the 100 best sitcoms of all time. We know that if the list isn't yours, the list is wrong. So who does? Michael Palka? What does he put among the tops on his list of the best sitcoms ever. Hmm. I wonder if my picture even near the top number one for me. Charlie has to be taxi. Just flat out, run away from everybody else, and it It was the single greatest set of joke ever in the history of come, And that would be Jim taking the driver's test asking. What do you do when you come through yellow light? Look it up, You'll die laughing and number two was, um Yeah. A Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. Wow. Yeah. Marker and also brilliant writing. I love that show. All right. You are a diverse guy. I don't know where Mary Hartman Mary Hartman is on the list. But I know taxi is at number 17, and that was a very good show. So let's get to the serious stuff here. We know that Facebook and Instagram upheld their ruling that former President Trump can't be on there any more. Twitter is now saying that if you tweet statements from the former president's new website, Twitter will suspend you I have to laugh this, Charlie, we're now we're now getting put it at a digital time out. If you happen to even quote the guy that social media can't even stand. It's just so bizarre to me. And if you add into this, the fact that Twitter now has installed a new AI. Which is kind of like a conscience or a mom. Just before you go to post something it scans your tweet to see if it's mean and gives you a chance to maybe rewrite it. It stops and says, Are you sure you want to post this? I just think we're living in that I would use the term Orwellian, but we've overused that term, so that means we're probably there. Okay. Montana, the first state to cancel unemployment benefits South Carolina Their governor in order to end pandemic unemployment benefits next month. Yeah, This looks like this is a push to do a couple of things push to get people off the couch and off the government. Dole with all the plus ups for the for the unemployment insurance, and it's trying to help businesses get back on their feet. Because what what? All of this is this extra unemployment help from the government is sort of a backdoor way of creating a $15 an hour minimum wage. Because that's what that additional monies due and the states don't want to have that imposed upon them in sort of a stealth manner, so they're trying to get their economies going, and they're trying to avoid that kind of federal Hidden mandate for $15 an hour. Always appreciate the visit. Go watch some task. Taxi intel. Like I said, Hello. Would you Okay, Charlie, we'll see my compel co host of the pure Hope Elka podcast, South Carolina Among states considering bringing back the firing squad is an option for the death penalty. Don't be surprised When I tell you that there are at least three states in the United States where that is already on option. We'll get more from San Antonio. First news National correspondent Rory O'Neill and 15 minutes. This is your new home speaking. I know you haven't moved in yet, but I need some favors..
The Stinky Benefits of Sulfur
"Has natural anti inflammatory antibacterial properties. Here's dermatologist corey. L hartman on what you can do for your skin. Especially if you're prone to breakouts clears bacteria from pores that would otherwise lead to acne and helps prevent new bacteria for manifesting on the skin. Surface can help sibel production and so helps to dry out. The surface of the skin which can lead to less oiliness can also help unclog pores by drying out. Did skin cells hartman says sulfur is unique in that. It's potent enough to fight acne but easier for skin to tolerate as compared to active like salicylic. Acid and benzoate peroxide and prescription creams are washes that combine sulfur with sodium. Self the stem side. Which has antibacterial properties makes the ingredient. Even more effective. The only downside you guessed it the smell. It is not pleasant in fact. The aroma of sulfur can be off putting that many of the prescription products that contain. Sulfur are used as short contact therapy. Meaning that they are applied to the skin left on for a short period of time and then rinsed off after a while womp but that said there are a plethora of not so bad smelling over the counter options that provide the same sort of benefits though to a lesser degree. you'll often find sulfur and spot treatments and clarifying cleansers and face mass. In concentrations from three to ten percent the higher the concentration of active sulfur the more swiftly. It'll aratu kate beds it the lower the concentration the better it usually
Fresh update on "hartman" discussed on Walton And Johnson
"Probably be popping along. Yeah, you know the words Just this is my rapping muse. It used to sound like it's just a guy to say in the names of trains he wrote on Not his offensive today is a very rhythmic beat, though I'm a Kappa be in the knee and boards and wrap has changed a lot since the thirties. Or whenever that was. Records were different. Dan Kenny, I know Billy things were different. Pardon me for interrupting your radio show, boys. What's yours too? I think some people just tune in to listen to you. Don't let that my name on it. No. Where does it Well, I look at the website. Don't see my name. I look at the woman Johnson happening. Say the billiard Hatfield app. I just sometimes I just wonder what am I even doing here? I mean, honestly, whenever we go do a live event. Don't let this go to your head. Don't tell him Don't mention that. What? Tell me what What What The thing people always ask, is where's Billy head and then is like, Wow, He's you know, Motel, and usually they're usually you are but that's looking for you specifically and believe it or not. A lot of our listeners look like you and you blend in with them Really? Well, it's true. A lot of them looked just like Bill. Yes. I appreciate that. Yeah, well, anyway, what? We're glad you, Billy, I we love you for all your your your perks and your your problems in life here. You're part part of the team and we we love having you here. It's well, It's a good thing. I am here because, boy, you guys want to talk about a terrible stuff. Yeah, there's And I guess this is typical of most people. There's people in the all over the Gulf Coast and the water. Johnson listen area getting shot getting attacked, getting robbed, getting beaten all this stuff, but you know, the The big news story that everybody wanted to talk about. To me. At least yesterday. It was a guy that run over the alligator. What? That's the news story. Everybody wanted to hear. Where Where was this? After? What happened is a 10 FT. Long £300 Alligator got run over yesterday. Second recent car accident in Houston. Involving a gator in the road goes last week off eight FT. Alligator calls to delay on the Fred Hartman Bridge because he was out there napping. Guess it got sunny and warm and he liked it. But yesterday Anthony Jackson was traveling, he says at the posted speed of 70 Miles an hour crossing the San Jacinto River Bridge when he struck an alligator about three a.m. in the alligator. You know to his credit, probably thought traffic should be liked by three a.m. sure that Alligator knows what Tony going at three o'clock in the morning. Nothing good happens at three a.m.. Now there's only two or three kinds of businesses open at that hour. His car was damaged, but he wasn't hurt. He drove for over half a mile with the alligator wedged under his car away. The gator did die. I don't know if it was from the crash or the dragon after how big was the alligator than I just told you? I know you did. But I there are you doing get loading up this song. Oh, good..
Ryan Murphy, on the Singular American Designer - Halston
"In the one thousand nine hundred. Seventy s halston was the most famous designer in america. Embodying the age of studio fifty four with his deductive clothes. The sense you luxury of his interiors and his hedonist lifestyle. Halston inspired a generation of future designers. But none more so than tom. Ford this is hamish. Bowles and provokes may issue. I have a chance to speak with tom. And ryan murphy. Dollywood mega producer. Who's bringing halston liked to the screen and a five part series of netflix's that stars. Ewan mcgregor as the designer whose life was an inspiration. And a cautionary tale. Here's an edited version of all far-ranging compensation ryan. I wonder how this project came to you. What excited you about halston and the an historian the arc of his career and life. And what made you feel. This could be to into a series all. It's funny because i grew up in indiana. Were halston trump surrounded by cornfields on churches. I always heard about two people from indiana. Who had sort of gotten out of the state onto bigger glamorous. Things one was florence henderson. in one was halston. He was always sort of a big figure in my mind. A representation of somebody who had come from humble beginnings that had gone on to do something incredible with his life and i was always moved by him tone. When did you first become aware of halston. And his work can wanted that mean to you at that moment. A little bit disabled so growing up as a kid. My grandmother always had w which then was a gigantic newspaper thing and so i was very aware as a fifteen year old of halston was you couldn't not be aware if you cared about design in that time. I mean the ultra suede rap. Dino suede dress. He did the the luggage for hartman. I mean you. you couldn't miss
Fresh update on "hartman" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Hartman on Twin Cities News Talk Am 11 30 Right now it's 41. It was meant to be a rehabilitation center for troubled youth and awake he has come to represent the tip of an iceberg of discovery into the abuse of But really, it was a breeding ground for abuse by the brochures. I thought I was going to a camp. I didn't realize I was gonna be locked up. Thousands of patients passed through its doors, Many leaving worse than when they arrived. Everybody knew and everybody get them..
Avalanche extend point streak to 15 games, beat Wild 5-4
"The avalanche of extended their point streak to fifteen games by scoring four unanswered goals in the second period to beat the wild five four David mackinnon Andre Burakovsky Brandon Saad and JT Compher provided the second period goals the first two coming in at seventy one second span and the second to coming to for a part Gabriel Landeskog also scored and Philipp Grubauer stopped twenty one shots as the west leading apps improved to thirteen oh one two during their fifteen game run Ryan Hartman had a goal and two assists for Minnesota which had won eleven straight at home since a five one loss to Colorado in late January I'm the ferry
Fresh update on "hartman" discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"Health officials nationwide are trying to accomplish it or specifically in Washington state, and they will be checking vaccination card at the door, team President Aaron Hartman said. Some fans have been upset, calling them to complain, he said. Many are coming around to the idea, recognizing that this may be the new norm and moving forward, not just for the rain years. And the Mariners in the storm also planned to have special sections for those who have been vaccinated. But some people argue it creates an unfair disadvantage for those who chose not to get vaccinated. Come on, Whose time is 2 50 Jim Tesco has a propel insurance money update, not a great first quarter for beyond meet the plant based Burger Company. We put it a wider than expected adjusted, lost.
U.S. gains 916,000 new jobs in March
"Hundred sixteen thousand new jobs in this economy in march restaurants and hotels education construction manufacturing. Honestly i could just go on naming industries. They have all added jobs. We're down to an unemployment rate of six percent even and that is with a whole bunch of people getting back into the labor force so marketplace's mitchell hartman gets us going with the goods of this very good jobs. Report positive comments were a dime. A dozen as i did. My economist calls today starting with nicole. Golden at the atlantic council definitely signs of a boom. Very happy to see it. What's michael farren at the mercatus center pumped up. Is the trajectory. Two hundred and thirty. Three thousand jobs added in january than four hundred sixty eight thousand in february and doubling again to more than nine hundred thousand in march. You think marches number is high april. And may's numbers are going to be positively eye-popping as larger and larger proportions of the population are vaccinated and more of the economy reopens the breadth of job growth. Is what impressed kurt. Long at the national association of federally insured credit unions not just hard hit bars and restaurants but retail transportation. The building trades finance. A lot of businesses are looking ahead to really strong consumer demand and they don't want to be caught flat-footed without the necessary employees. Getting everyone back to work especially unemployed. Parents will require more rebound in services for those workers says nicole golden at the atlantic council. We need childcare to come back because it employs a lot of women and in particular minority women and because the burden of care and school closures have pushed so many millions of women out of the labor force. Childcare jobs are still fifteen percent below pre pandemic
Why consumer confidence is surging
"Can confirm the facts of this story. We are tired of the pandemic and ready to shop. The technical term for this of course is consumer sentiment which determines how much we spend which makes up about two thirds of this economy and which is kind of key to our pandemic recovery while the university of michigan's consumer confidence survey shot up more than eight percent in march to its highest level in a year. that's still seven percent below what it was before the pandemic the government rescue package combined with the fourteen hundred dollar check or checks landing in many people's accounts. Well it's a pick me up marketplace's mitchell hartman gets going. It's been a week and a half. Since president biden seinfeld american rescue plan payments started going out within days. And that's been a big shot in. The arm. For consumers says john lear at morning console which polls americans everyday consumer confidence is really on a tear. They are growing more confident at a faster rate than they have fallen. The prior to stimulus packages. Lear says this time around the checks are bigger and they're going out faster plus the monies targeted to low and middle income households who were most likely to have lost work and be strapped for cash now. Rising confidence is likely to spark more consumer spending but lisa ruin that forbes adviser says it's not clear how much or how fast what we're seeing now. Is this really cautious optimism. Where people say okay. We can see signs that things are going to be getting better. But we're not quite ready to jump in headfirst. Forbes advisors latest survey finds. Roughly half of americans don't believe it's a good idea to reopen businesses one hundred percent before corona viruses fully contained and morning console finds. Well over half of americans. Still don't feel comfortable traveling or going to a restaurant. Shopping mall or sporting event. Jon lear's says moore vaccination and continued corona virus vigilance are crucial for sort of at this critical junction. Right now where. We need to keep cases down for the next three months. Let's say so that we're able to unleash. The full extent of are pinned up demand. Later in the summer he says. The money's there from the latest relief checks and surging savings. Folks just aren't feeling quite confident enough to spend up
Serial stowaway Marilyn Hartman arrested yet again
"Stowaway is at it again. Maryland. Hartman was arrested for trespassing at O'Hare yesterday investigators tractor with a GPS on her ankle bracelet. After she left the residential facility where she's being held. Hartmann has a history of sneaking past airport security and boarding planes illegally. She's been arrested at O'Hare and midway several times. 69 year old is expected to be sent to Cook County Jail and the Cook County Sheriff's Department plans to seek approval for a felony escape charge. Some state
Serial Stowaway Marilyn Hartman Arrested Again In Chicago
"Charges air again pending against the so called serial Stowaway. Maryland Hartman WGN's Ryan Burrow talked about it on Chicago's afternoon news yesterday, she said, according to the interview on CBS to that aired this week, she has been on 30 flights without paying for tickets, and there's no rhyme or reason. Really behind any of it. There's no secret she just kind of Lens in She was arrested at O'Hare Tuesday after escaping from an Elektronik monitoring residential facility. She's been arrested multiple times at O'Hare and Midway and other airports around the country. Or, in some cases trying to and succeeding at boarding flights without a ticket. Prosecutors say this time around, they're going to go for federal
After nearing a deal for probation, ‘serial stowaway’ is arrested again at Chicago O’Hare
"You might remember the serial stowaway Maryland Hartman. She was notorious for getting past security and onto airplanes with no ticket. It's happened time and time again. She managed to escape the residential facility, where she was ordered held and make her way back to O'Hare to Ewing has the rest from Chicago. Hartmann has been living in a residential facility her Russ comes two weeks after a plea deal for a pending case. She was had to get 18 months of probation and court ordered mental health treatment. At noon Tuesday, Her ankle monitor outfitted with GPS was tracked, leaving that same residential facility and showed her heading for O'Hare International Airport Terminal one Device even has a phone built into it. It was called, but Maryland Hartmann didn't answer. An alarm went off after it was activated on Hartmann's ankle monitor. She was taken into custody by the Chicago Police Department. Hartmann did not enter any secure areas this time, but she's admitted to doing this at least 30 times. Hartman is reported to suffer from bipolar
With the COVID Relief Bill Signed Yellen Turns Focus on Unemployment
"The big relief bill is signed now begins the sales pitch. The president and vice president and various and sundry Cabinet members are traveling or otherwise making the rounds, making their case among them. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, which is where we come in. Yellen said on ABC over the weekend that she is hopeful will be back near full employment next year. Back near is the operative phrase there because it had been widely assumed we were at full employment. Before everything fell apart. 3.5%, if you remember was the unemployment rate in February of 2020. So with everything in the past year in this economy What you suppose full employment's gonna look like now and more to the point water policy makers at the Fed and Treasury going to do about it if and when we get there, Marketplaces Mitchell Hartman starts us off. Full employment is a perfect sweet spot for the economy. Thea unemployment rate is as low as it can get, without employers having to bid up wages through the roof to get the workers they need. Everyone who wants a job can get one and inflation doesn't soar out of control, Dean Baker at the Center for Economic and Policy Research, says. In the past, policymakers have often put the brakes on before we got to full employment. But, he says in this recovery from massive pandemic job loss, they seem to be following a more ambitious unemployment script. They really do want to press the economy to see how low we could go. That likely means getting headline unemployment down to 3.5% again. But economist Mark Paul at New College of Florida says policymakers will also try to get other measures of worker to stress and financial hardship. Down. This means looking at unemployment rates for certain groups that have traditionally been stigmatized in the labor market. Such a black workers who tend to experience unemployment rates twice that of white workers. Black unemployment is up 4% in the pandemic. For White Americans. It's up just 2.5% and many more women with kids at home have dropped out of the labor force than men. Now, job creation is accelerating, and it's likely to continue with new government stimulus. Covad cases down and vaccination up Economist Damn north at credit insurer Euler Hermes North America says the economy has a lot of ground to make up. He estimates at least 30% of small businesses have folded. New businesses are going to start up, but it will take a wild probably T O late, 2022 early 2023 to get all the jobs back. And to get back to a full employment economy. I'm Mitchell Hartman for
What full employment means in a pandemic-ravaged economy
"The bigger relief bill is signed now begins the sales pitch the president and vice president in various and sundry cabinet members are travelling or otherwise making the rounds making their case among them treasury secretary. Janet yellen which is where we come in yellen said on. Abc over the weekend that she is hopeful will be back near full employment. Next year back here is the operative phrase there because it had been widely assumed we were at full employment before everything fell apart three and a half percent. If you're a member of the unemployment rate in february of twenty twenty so with everything in the past year in this economy what are you suppose. Full employment is gonna look like now and more to the point water policy makers at the fed and treasury gonna do about it. If and when we get there marketplace's mitchell hartman starts us off. Full employment is a perfect sweet spot for the economy. The unemployment rate is as low as it can get without employers having to bid up wages through the roof to get the workers. They need everyone who wants a job can get one and inflation doesn't sore out of control dean baker at the center for economic and policy research says in the past policy makers of often put the brakes on before we got two full employment but he says in this recovery from massive pandemic job loss. They seem to be following a more ambitious on employment script. They really do want impress the economy to see how low we could go. That likely means getting headline unemployment. Down to three and a half percent again but economists mark paul at new college of florida. Says policymakers will also try to get other measures of worker to stress and financial hardship down. This means looking at unemployment rates for certain groups that have traditionally been stigmatized in the labor market. Such as black workers who tend to experience isn't rates whites that of white workers. Black unemployment is up four percent in the pandemic for white americans. It's up just two and a half percent and many more women with kids at home have dropped out of the labor force than men now. Job creation is accelerating and it's likely to continue with new stimulus covid cases down and vaccination up economists dam north at credit insurer euler hermes north america says the economy has a lot of ground to make up. He estimates at least thirty percent of small businesses have folded. New businesses are going to start up but it will take wild probably too late. Twenty twenty two early twenty twenty three to get all the jobs back and to get back to a full employment
2 Dallas Officers Arrested In Separate Incidents Outside City
"Have been arrested in separate incidents that occurred outside of the city, Police say. Senior Corporal Thomas Hartman and 11 Year veteran of the DPD turned himself in to the death in county sheriff's office Friday for an incident that happened in Aubrey on March 6th. He was charged with assault and tampering with a witness. He has already posted bond in Cedar Hill Senior Corporal Terry Charles, who was off duty. He was arrested at about three o'clock Saturday morning. Cedar Hill police said they found Charles asleep inside a running vehicle in the parking lot of a closed business. He was booked into the DeSoto jail on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawful carrying of a weapon. His bond is set at $1500 for each charge. Steve Coming
2 Dallas Police Officers Arrested in Separate Incidents
"To Dallas police officers have been arrested and separate incidents that occurred outside of the city, Police say. Senior Corporal Thomas Hartman and 11 Year veteran of the DPD turned himself in to the death in county sheriff's office Friday for an incident that happened in Aubrey on March 6th. He was charred. With the salt and tampering with a witness. He has already posted Bond in Cedar Hill. Senior Corporal Terry Charles, who was off duty was arrested at about three o'clock Saturday morning. Cedar Hill police said they found Charles asleep inside a running vehicle in the parking lot of a closed business. He was booked into the DeSoto jail on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawful carrying of a weapon. His bond is set at $1500 for each
How the pandemic is affecting states unequally
"Of the characteristics of this virus economy as we have said on this program. I cannot tell you how many times is how uneven its effects have been on people black and brown and low income. Americans do in way worse in health and jobs and just getting by than whiter and wealthier populations are uncomfortable. As to how they're doing depends on what industry they're in and on states some of which have been really hit by this pandemic less revenue from income and sales taxes and higher virus expenses and some of which states that is doing all right so as the senate takes up. President biden's relief bill this week. And it's three hundred and fifty billion dollars in aid to state and local governments marketplace's mitchell hartman starts us off with a tale of several states. The pandemic recession has delta significant blow to tax collections. State revenues were down by nearly two percent from december. Last year overall. All but according to the urban brookings tax policy center tax revenues actually increased in twenty two states. This disparity has a lot to do with the mix of jobs in layoffs in a state. Says carl davis at the institute on taxation and economic policy so many lower income people have been laid off higher income. People have been much more likely to keep their jobs so tax. Revenues are down by double digits in states with lots of low-wage tourism jobs in hotels bars and restaurants florida and but states with more jobs that can be done from home at higher wages. Like in high tech and professional services are faring better. Washington's one example thinks in part to folks like darby megan of spokane he's a manager for tech startup. his wife's an accountant for an architecture firm. They're both working from home. We've maintained our salaries and that's been huge blessing. Haven't had to take a step back hours or anything. Like that with the stimulus checks. That was a nice little bonus. The couple owns a home. That's gone up in value. So they're paying more property tax but they've improved their overall balance sheet. We've been able to save significantly more right. We're not eating out as much and they made one really big purchase. A new van built into an rv. So we've sort of taken some of our vacation money that you budget and instead may domestic vacation mobile now not every high earner has come through the pandemic recession unscathed. Fiona greek at the g. P. morgan chase institute has been tracking household checking balances. There are some high income families that have seen cuts in their income cuts in their salaries but most of seeing their bank balances and assets grow and she says one reason is the booming stock market the broader trend. There's the growth and wealth. We see a lot of families transferring money into brokerage accounts to take advantage of those games but some states are missing out on taxing. Those income gains at the top. Says carl davis at the institute on taxation and economic policy. He points to nevada heavily dependent on tourism dollars revenue down about twelve percent where there is no broad based income tax. You're leaning a lot on sales taxes. Regressive taxes in general. Your revenues aren't going to do quite as well as progressive taxes at a time. Like this of just soaring income inequality contrast that with california that's opted for a more progressive mix leaning a bit more on the income tax most states do with higher top income tax rates on top earners. Especially that's staring a whole lot. Better with revenues up around two percent since the pandemic started. That's helped a good bit by silicon valley which attracted v and his family from texas. So i'm a software engineer. I was in iran for about four and a half years. And then during the pandemic My wife connor fulltime opportunity and bay area so we moved. He says silicon valley employers are hiring. Like there's no tomorrow. There were plenty of opportunities in the to offers in my hand. Some states are now considering hiking taxes on top earners to boost revenues and fund recovery from the pandemic including new york. Minnesota connecticut rhode island and
Sturm scores twice, Wild beat Avs 6-2 for 4th straight win
"The wild pulled away in the third period to defeat Colorado sixty two for their fourth straight win during the streak Minnesota has outscored the opposition twenty to six left wing Zach preset maybe we might pass Colorado tonight or tired of them maybe I don't know but you know we're gonna play some you know we haven't seen back SF we haven't seen Saint Louis in order to play some really good teams coming up and but will have to be ready for those guys Marcus Foligno delivered a short handed goal for what turned out to be the game winner the S. pulled within three to early in the third on a goal by Nasim cadre but the wild responded with scores from Ryan Hartman into from Nico Sturm the second of which went into an empty net Bruce Morton Denver
Making a career change in the middle of a pandemic
"I mean you're curious right about what it's going to be like in the economy yet to come because it's going to be different whether we're ready or not so. We begin today with two stories on that theme. The newspaper for the first of which is our regular thursday update on the state of the american labor market lousy in a word and other seven hundred ninety three thousand americans lost their jobs last week. Yes that is down a tad from the week earlier. But still as i think i say every week now stratospheric lee high and overall twenty something million people in this economy are getting some kind of government benefit so to the bigger point which is of course the theme of the top. Half of the program when it's going to be like when it's done to find new jobs when this is all over a lot of people might have to find new careers. The pew research center. Some new data out on that two thirds of people who are unemployed have considered going into a new occupation or a new field while one third have taken concrete steps to get new training or education as marketplace's mitchell hartman reports getting all the cogs in the back to work machine turning together leading can be easy in normal not pandemic times. Many rodriguez would have about twenty local men and women in the construction pre apprentice program. He runs in west chicago called revolution. Workshop recruiting from underserved communities typically talking about black brown and women. I mean the community desperately needs upskilling and a pathway into family sustaining careers. Most of the graduates go into construction jobs paying eighteen dollars an hour or more but the pandemic happened and seventy five percent of the folks that we have placed were laid off in the spring summer and fall revolution workshop. Didn't start any new cohorts of job trainees. Because there was no construction work for them. Thirty year jeremy smith of reno nevada got laid off from his job as a casino valet in march. He took his relief check and some savings and went back to community college with able to graduate with a bachelor's and why train management about two semesters early so ended up kicking me down the road a little quicker than i planned on. He's looking in his new field. But no luck so far. I'm sure it'll come roaring back. But it's a little dry right now. Meanwhile manny rodriguez at revolution workshop has a new class of construction pre apprentices. Now we are currently recruiting for our second cohort. So you know. I can put that blog out there or if you can do that for us every awesome. Consider it done website at our website. I'm mitchell hartman for marketplace gotta finish it mitchell it's marketplace dot org. Just make sure funny knows
The most important 4-letter word in this economy: jobs
"Begin with the most important four letter word in this economy it is of course j o b s jobs about which we got the january report this morning so seventeen days into a new administration thirty six days into a new year three hundred and thirty five ish days into the pandemic economy counting as we are from mid march last year. This is where things stand. Yes we added forty nine thousand jobs last month and yes. The unemployment rate is down to six point three percent but we are still nearly ten million jobs underwater from where we started and also yes. I know that was a lot of numbers. But as i believe we've mentioned a time or two and as marketplace's mitchell hartman is about to remind us numbers can tell you. Think you're too but wearing economy stance. There are a lot of numbers in monthly jobs. Report it's kind of dizzying. So i asked each of the economists. I shoot the jobs data over with today to pick just one indicator that shows where the economy is eleven months into the pandemic one number that slams you between the eyes twelve and a half million. That's kurt long. Chief economist at the national association of federally insured credit unions. And he's referring to the total number of jobs where in the whole since the pandemic hit in the jobs report. That's ten million however if we had not been going through what we've been going through the past. Nearly twelve months the economy would have kept growing and long reckons. It would have added another two and a half million jobs. Jobs needed to keep up with population growth for new high school and college. Grads immigrants new parents returning to work and a half million jobs. That's an enormous deficit of course and at the pace we're going is just not nearly fast enough to eat into that and now the number. That slams elise gould at the economic policy institute between the is three point. Nine million jobs down. That's how many jobs we are still missing in the hard hit and often poorly paid leisure and hospitality sector people who don't have an adequate safety net because their wages have been low for so long. Now let's talk about unemployment. officially that's ten million americans who don't have job and are actively looking but mark hamrick banchory says that doesn't count a lot of people who are not working because of cova danger or childcare needs. We have another thirteen million. Who are either out of the labor force and want to work or who are underemployed. Working part time. I would like to have full time work at him up. He pegs the total unemployed at about twenty three million. That's about one in seven. Americans who had a job before the pandemic started
Pandemic wage gains were just a fluke
"Come friday. We're going to get the latest stab shot on average hourly earnings in this economy and it is expected to show continued strong winds gains but our guy on economic statistics mitchell hartman. He says best to ignore that and focus instead on the trouble yet to come so a crazy thing happened on the way to the pandemic recession. After the economy shut down and twenty million people lost their jobs. Workers average hourly earnings went up skyrocketed. Actually up eight percent year over year but what got was was not signal. Joseph bruce willis is chief economist at rsm consulting. He'll be our guide through this thicket of wage data and when he says noise not signal he means fast. Rising wages have been a statistical anomaly of the pandemic economy high paid professionals kept working from home and mostly held onto their paychecks but millions of mostly low paid service workers lost their jobs. When you've got forty percent of households making forty thousand or less seen a job loss or loss in wages. That explains that head. Fake if you will on wages forty year old cinnamon deutsche is. An example of what bruce willis is talking about. She was teaching at a childcare center in asheville beulah ohio when it closed and she got laid off in march her three hundred and fifty dollars a week. Paycheck disappeared from the average earnings calculation. But she got unemployment which included six hundred dollars a week in extra federal pandemic pay until she was hired back three months later. I made twice as much on unemployment with the extra six hundred dollars. As i do now but i am glad to be back to work. I mean i like going to work so like many americans do inches. Income actually went up for a while because of additional unemployment benefits and relief checks but those temporary effects are fading. And just says we're in for a rude awakening. What i think we're going to see is a very bifurcated. Wage market this idea that k shaped economy separation between the hadgem. The have notch bruce willis says the haves those who work in what he calls. These zoom economy will have made goes at the upper end. Those who are already thriving. There's going to be competition for those workers. you know. Premium place their wages but for lower wage says workers even as the economy reopened and employers. Start staffing up again. Those in the middle to the lower end of the market where the damage occurred. They're not going to see a lot of wage growth. That's due in part to supply and demand. Lots of unemployed workers looking for jobs not enough job openings to give them leverage to demand higher pay. then there's something. Economists call downward nominal wage rigidity firms during hard times ten not reduce. The wages of the employee said they keep on the books but when the times get better wage gains core restrained. That is pretty much what cinnamon joy is seeing in her job. She's back at work fulltime at her previous salary of three hundred and fifty dollars a week. The extra unemployment income she banked back in the spring has run out. My credit card is back up to you. Know almost max out trying to pay five or ten bucks extra so that i can pay that down. I make enough money to pay my bills and have mcdonald's once in a while but you know if my car breaks down or have an emergency am just outta luck i i have to borrow from. Somebody doesn't expect chill get a raise until she hits ten years of service in twenty twenty
How those $600 checks are likely to be spent
"Three months. Most of the money stayed in the bank people spent about a third of their tax. Hilas says there are two reasons. A lot of people didn't spend all the money right away. I those who still have their jobs and income didn't need the money to pay their bills and with pandemic shutdowns. It was hard to shop and travel the money away. Meanwhile americans who had lost jobs and income tried to stash away. Whatever stimulus money they could people had expectations. That crisis would be very long in. Their income. Might be disrupted for a long period of time. This time around you know us thinks that even with vaccination underway. There's still so much economic uncertainty that most people will try to save some of the money again but that may be harder with this second round of stimulus checks nine months into the pandemic. Millions of americans are still out of work and unemployment benefits dwindling. John lear is an economist at morning. Consult lower middle income. Americans who really have very little savings have gradually had to eat into their savings because they don't have the income to cover their expenses each month. They're likely to spend their stimulus right away on. Necessities food rent utility bills and car payments. I'm mitchell hartman for marketplace. The relief package also includes several types of aid for small businesses including a new paycheck protection program. And it's different from the last round. In a few ways. For example this time business owners can claim tax deductions for payroll and other expenses. Their p p p money covered small business advocates welcomed the change but as marketplace's justin ho reports owners. Still face a lot of uncertainty when it comes to their tax bills before the new relief package was signed into law new york city cocktail bar owner ushwyn day schmo just wasn't sure when he should apply for forgiveness on his. Ppp loan and how that would impact his bill even wait to do the forgiveness application until next year. It's just a waiting game. The new round of
"hartman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The Tom Hartman program our selection today for the time I would book club is this land how cowboys capitalism and corruption are ruining the American west by Christopher Ketcham this is from chapter one is about halfway through the chapters talking about Bernard devoto de voto was the first major history in the west who is also an environmentalist and activist the first chronicler of what Wallace stinger called the west's curious desire to rape itself the motor was a westerner raised in Utah he suffered in the provincialism and tolerance of Mormon country went east to study and then teach at Harvard settled in Cambridge but never forgot the beauty of his native all native ground lobbying the land in history sort of make magazine profile lows in the society his sister is novels criticism his essays in Harper's magazine reporter for twenty years where for twenty years he wrote the oldest column in American journalism easy chair pointed always west is trilogy published in the nineteen forties the year decision across the wide Missouri in the course of empire garnered the Pulitzer the Bancroft and the National Book Award widely celebrated the moto uses position to become his generation's most outspoken defender of the public lands he called the west a plundered province a resource colony for corporations and absentee landlords who provide practice quote and economy of liquidation he was brought in his assault on the liquidators he went after the timber man the mining companies the stockman the cattle Behrens the oil manning gas many over grazers the D. foresters the D. neuter the profiteers and gold rushes and grass rushes the name of the bankers and congressman who abetted the plundering the western hogs he called them they've been busy for a century laying waste to the west long before the public demand was vested with any prominence legally in the hands of the American people before there was a consideration of the land itself or any environmental ethic the Westin been torn up beaten down subject into the green profligacy of the commodity users ironically the users in their race to liquidate help drive the creation of the public lands system we know today as they proved the need for federal stewardship to stop their abuses massive timber frauds in nineteenth century the largest land fraud scene in the west led directly to the establishment of the for service in the twentieth century its purpose to stop deforestation outta control cattle numbers in the step over grazing the turn the fragile soil to dust led directly to the federal grazing regulatory system that eventually became the BLM when in nineteen forty six the commodity users conspired to destroy the public lands system the system in which new photos are the only hope for western conservation and preservation he stood to oppose them quote he was the first conservationist in nearly half a century except for Franklin D. Roosevelt to command a national audience said Arthur Schlesinger junior a student of his at Harvard no one did more in the post war years to rouse public opinion against the spoilers that devote all devoted when Schlesinger had seen first hand what unregulated industry could wreak in the air and lands when they drove cross country together in the spring of nineteen forty and entered western Kansas passed the hundredth meridian those these were the last years of the dust bowl before FDR soil conservation programs and the return rains of the forty forties could heal the land road to photo a cemetery was ten inches deep in the sand after headstones and toppled into admin partly covered sagging shacks that have been farm houses had their windows blown out and dusters to or four or six feet deep against their western walls and a foot deep against the far wall a repulsive dust is fine is sifted flour now six years after that trip was lessons or new moto was confronted with the west's cattle Behrens the liquidators of the grass who are hell bent on reducing the region to the same massive dust in nineteen forty six the joint committee on public lands the American national livestock association met in Salt Lake City to discuss the goal of undermining what few regulations have been placed on livestock operators under the newly formed bureau of land management the stock growers ambition went further than mere deregulation they hatched a plan with the help of friends in Congress to begin moving all federal land the BLM and Forest Service domain as well as the national parks into the control of the states the plan involves three nineteen forty six forty seven forty eight with legislation making its way on Capitol Hill devoto covered the story for Harper's he cautioned that the stock growers were attempting quote one of the biggest land grabs in American history the public lands are first to be transferred to the states on the wholly justified assumption that there should be a state government not wholly compliant to the desires of stock growers it could be pressured into compliance he wrote in Harper's nothing in history suggests those the states are adequate to protect their own resources or even want to or suggest the cattlemen and shipment are capable of regulating themselves even for their own benefit still lost the public's quote a long term plan he said was to get rid of the public lands all together to place the common position of the American people into private hands the livestock industry went on the attack minded a PR campaign to discredit devoto and pressured Harper's to cease its support on moved magazine continued for three years to publish is relentless exposes in the intrigues in the state houses and the western carcass derived immense the editors when no other publication the matter in the east the threat of such land transfer was an existential one this landmark Christopher catcher.
"hartman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"This is the Tom Hartman program are booked today for the Tom Harmon book club is a woman of no importance the untold story of the American spy who helped win World War two by Sonia Purnell this is from the prologue France was falling burned out cars one strap tie with treasured possessions were nosed crazily into ditches their beloved cargoes of dolls clocks and mirrors lay smashed around them in a long mile upon mile of unfriendly road their owners young and old sprawled across the hot dust and we're groaning or already silent it the hordes just kept streaming past the my never ending line of hunger and exhaustion too fearful to stop for days on end ten million women children and old men were on the move all fleeing Hitler's ranks pouring across the border from the east and the north entire cities and operated themselves in a futile bid this escape the **** blitzkrieg that threatened to engulf them the fever talk was of German soldiers stripped to the waist in jubilation at the ease of their conquest the air was thick with smoke and the stench of the dead the baby said no milk in the aged fell where they stood the hordes drop with drying overlaid an old farm card saying didn't snarled in their switch sweat drenched agony the friend she wave of may nineteen forty was witness to this the latest refugee X. the largest refugee exodus of all time day after day a solitary moving vehicle weaved its way through the crowd with the striking young woman at the wheel private Virginia hall often ran low on fuel and medicines but still pressed on enter French army ambulance toward the advancing enemy she persevered even when the German strikers came screaming down to drop a hundred and ten pound bombs on the convoys all around her torching the cars and creator in the roads even when fire planes swept over the treetops to machine gun the ditches were women and children were trying to take cover from the carnage even though French soldiers were deserting their units abandoning their weapons and running away some in their tanks even when her left hip was shot with pain from continually pressing down on the clutch with a prosthetic foot now at the age of thirty four her mission marked the turning point after years of cruel rejection for her own sake as much as for the casualties she was picking up from the battlefields and very into the hospital she could not fail again there were many reasons why she was willingly jeopardizing her life far from home in aid of a foreign country when millions of others were given a giving up perhaps foremost among them was that it had been so long since you've felt so thrillingly alive disgusted with the cowardice in the desert or she could not understand why they would not continue the fight but then she had little to lose the French still remembers sacrificing a third of their young men folk to the great war and nation of widows and orphans were in no mood for more bloodshed Virginia though intended to go on the road wherever the battle to occur she was prepared to take whatever risks faced down any dangers total war against the third Reich might perversely offer for one last hope of personal peace yet even this was as nothing compared with what was to come in a life that drew out of drew out out into a Homeric tale of adventure action and seemingly unfathomable courage Virginia hall service in the France of summer nineteen forty was merely an apprenticeship for near suicide mission against the tyranny of their **** of the **** their puppeteers in France she helped to pioneer daredevil Roland espionage sabotage and subversion behind enemy lines in an era when where women barely featured in the prim prism of heroism when they're parting combat was confined to the support of the plot palliative when they were just expected to look nice and actor Bedient let the men do the heavy lifting when disabled women or men we can find a standard home and leading off a narrow unsatisfying lives the fact that a young woman who had lost her leg in tragic circumstances broke through the tightest constrictions and overcame prejudice even hostility to help the allies when the second World War is astonishing that a female guerrilla leader of her stature it means so little known to this day is incredible yeah that is perhaps a Virginia would have wanted she operated in the shadows and that was where she was happiest even to our closest allies in France she seemed to have no home or family a regiment merely a burning desire to defeat the **** they knew neither her real name nor her nationality nor how she had arrived in their midst constantly changing in looks and demeanor servicing without notice across whole swaths of France only to just disappear again as suddenly she remained an enigma throughout the war and in some ways after it to even now Tracy stories involved three solid years of detective work taking me from the National Archives in London the resistance files and Lee all and the parachute drop zones in the holder to the judicial dossiers of Paris and even the white marble quarters of CIA headquarters at Langley my search led me through nine levels of security clearance in the heart of today's world of American espionage I have discussed the pressures of operating in enemy territory with a former member of Britain's special services and ex intelligence officers from both sides of the Atlantic I've tracked down files that were missing I discovered the others remain mysteriously lost or unaccounted for I spend days drawing diagrams matching dozens of code names the scores of permissions months hunting for remaining extracts of these strange disappeared papers years digging out forgotten documents and memoirs the book a woman of no import space on your foreign.
"hartman" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"This is the Tom Hartman program our selection today for the time I would book club is this land how cowboys capitalism and corruption are ruining the American west by Christopher Ketcham this is from chapter one is about halfway through the chapters talking about Bernard devoto de voto was the first major history in the west who is also an environmentalist and activist the first chronicler of what Wallace stinger called the west's curious desire to rape itself the photo was a westerner raised in Utah he suffered in the provincialism and tolerance of Mormon country went east to study and then teach at Harvard settled in Cambridge but never forgot the beauty of his native all native ground lobby in the land and history cinematic magazine profile but low within the society his sister is novels criticism his essays in Harper's magazine were for twenty years where for twenty years he wrote the oldest column in American journalism easy chair pointed always west is trilogy published in the nineteen forties the year of decision across the wide Missouri in the course of empire garnered the Pulitzer the Bancroft and the National Book Award widely celebrated Emoto used his position to become his generation's most outspoken defender of the public lands he called the west a plundered province a resource colony for corporations and absentee landlords who provide practice quote and economy of liquidation he was brought in his assault on the liquidators he went after the timber man the mining companies the stockman the cattle Behrens the oil and gas many over grazers the D. foresters the D. neuter the profiteers of gold rushes and grass rushes the name of the bankers and congressman will better the plundering the western hogs he called them they've been busy for a century laying waste to the west long before the public demand was vested with any prominence legally in the hands of the American people before there was a consideration of the land itself or any environmental ethic the Westin been torn up beaten down subject into the green profligacy of the commodity users ironically the users in their race to liquidate helped drive the creation of the public land system we know today as they proved the need for federal stewardship to stop their abuses massive timber frauds in nineteenth century the largest land fraud scene in the west led directly to the establishment of the for service in the twentieth century its purpose to stop deforestation out of control cattle numbers in the step over grazing the turn the fragile soil to dust led directly to the federal grazing regulatory system that eventually became the BLM when in nineteen forty six the commodity users conspired to destroy the public land system the system in which the voters saw the only hope for western conservation and preservation he stood to oppose them quote he was the first conservationist in nearly half a century except for Franklin D. Roosevelt to command a national audience said Arthur Schlesinger junior a student of his at Harvard no one did more in the post war years to rouse public opinion against the spoilers that devote all the photo and Schlesinger had seen first hand what unregulated industry could wreak in the air and lands when they drove cross country together in the spring of nineteen forty and entered western Kansas passed the hundredth meridian those these were the last years of the dust bowl before FDR soil conservation programs and the return rains of the forty forties could heal the land road tomorrow a cemetery was ten inches deep in the sand after headstones and toppled into admin partly covered sagging shacks that have been farm houses had their windows blown out and dust was two or four or six feet deep against their western walls and a foot deep against the far wall a repulsive does this fine is sifted flour now six years after that trip was lessons or tomato was confronted with the west's cattle Behrens the liquidators of the grass who are hell bent on reducing the region to the same massive dust in nineteen forty six the joint committee on public lands the American national livestock association met in Salt Lake City to discuss the goal of undermining what few regulations have been placed on livestock operators under the newly formed bureau of land management the stock growers ambition went further than mere deregulation they hatched a plan with the help of friends in Congress to begin moving all federal land the BLM and Forest Service domain as well as the national parks into the control of the state's the plan involved through nineteen forty six forty seven forty eight with legislation making its way on Capitol Hill devoto covered the story for Harper's he cautioned that the stock growers were attempting quote one of the biggest land grabs in American history the public lands are first to be transferred to the states on the wholly justified assumption that there should be a state government not wholly compliant to the desires of stock growers it could be pressured into compliance he wrote in Harper's nothing in history suggests that the states are adequate to protect their own resources or even want to or suggest the cattlemen and shipment are capable of regulating themselves even for their own benefit still lost the public's and quote a long term plan he said was to get rid of the public lands all together to place the common position of the American people into private hands the livestock industry went on the attack minded a PR campaign to discredit devoted and pressure Harper's to cease its support on moved magazine continued for three years to publish is relentless exposes in the intrigues in the state houses and the western carcass derived immense the editors when no other publication the matter in the east care that the threat of such land transfer was an existential one this land by Christopher catcher.
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"hartman" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Back at the crime scene. Investigators try to piece together at least the last few hours. There's a brand and fills lives. The People Brain had spoken to during her last hours provided small windows into her mental state before and after the crime mm they were even able to assemble a timeline of the night before they knew Brian had been drinking and hadn't returned home until after midnight. They they also knew that she returned. Iran's house around three a m after the murder they were determined to find out what happened between Brennan and fill between one one A. M. and three a. m. after she arrived at their encino home after this we'll explore. What really happened in those missing hours now? Back to the story on May Twenty Eighth Nineteen Ninety eight forty year old brynn Hartman shot and killed her husband of ten years forty nine year old. Fill in the wake of the puzzling tragedy. Police police did their best to piece together. What exactly happened between the couple? It was clear that Brian had shot her husband before turning the gun on herself however a her motivations for doing so were less apparent. Toxicology reporting from the coroner's Office Lee revealed that Brown's blood alcohol content at the time of death. Breath was point twelve percent much higher than the legal limit for drivers in California which is point zero eight percent the report also showed trace amounts of cocaine McCain and burn system. Chief Coroner Craig Harvey explained that Brin ingested the drug around five hours prior to her death if this timeline is correct it's just that brand began using coke shortly after she arrived home from her night out. The coroner's office stated that the alcohol and cocaine most definitely intensified suffi- the others effects but stopped short of directly connecting the drug use with her actions that night. The toxicology report further revealed. That Bryn was on the prescription drug zoloft. When she died harvey called Solo off a wild card as we discussed last week brin started taking zoloft after her son son psychiatrists gave her a starter? Kit of the drug typically prescribed for depression. The drug is also used to treat obsessive compulsive disorder and panic disorder. It seems that Brian was diagnosed with none of these conditions. which makes it hard to understand why she was given the drug? In the first place Harvey's classification of Zoloft as a wildcard reflects how little was known about it in nineteen ninety eight at the time but not much was understood about the effects of mixing antidepressants with other substances. Although most prescription medications did and still do warn patients to avoid void alcohol at the time Brin was taking it Zola. Packaging did include a warning to stay off alcohol. A warning typically reinforced by Prescribing Dr. But Brin had been given a starter kit of the drug and as far as we can tell was never officially given a prescription for the antidepressant. It's therefore therefore difficult to know if she had been clearly warned of the dangers of mixing Zoloft with alcohol. If she had she may have been more cautious about her intake. Take of both substances a two thousand fourteen study by David. B Minks and Andrew her timer and published in the International Journal of risk and Safety D in medicine tested. The effects of mixing alcohol with antidepressants like Zoloft. The results were alarming and the two hundred and one cases examined. Eighth cases resulted in homicide. Though the sample size is small that still suggests a correlation between acts of violence and the combination nation of alcohol and prescription antidepressants. The results also included instances of attempted murder and suicide the study further show. Oh that fifty. Three percent of subjects displayed memory. Impairment this tracks with Ron Douglas's account of the events would suggest that Brin didn't clearly remember if she'd killed old Phil or not until she returned home to find him. Dead evidence has shown that antidepressants can cause complex flex behavioral effects especially in early treatment and after increase or decrease in dosage given Britain's own disjointed experience on Zoloft. This could help explain her actions on May twenty eighth. According to records Brin began taking zoloft sometime in April of nineteen ninety eight she briefly flee stopped following a medical procedure but resumed at a half dose. Sometime in May though there's no way for us to know for sure it's entirely possible. The combinations of drugs and alcohol in Britain system caused her to lose control. We know that she had several drinks over the course of the evening and had an eaten much if anything. It's fair to say that she was at least tipsy when she arrived home around one. AM given her extremely high blood. Alcohol alcohol reading after death. It's entirely possible that she drink even more after she got home. According to the coroner's toxicology report it's also also likely she ingested cocaine around this time we know that Brin struggles with her addiction. Were a source of friction between her and Phil if he was awake when she got home. It's possible that they thought about her intoxication or about his frequent absences from the family home. If the pair font it's likely likely that bill abandoned the argument go to bed then again perhaps the argument did reach a resolution. Phil found out. That Bryn was drunk and high that night right. He may have even threatened to finally divorce her her judgment impaired by the cocktail of drugs and alcohol in her system. She might have believed that the only way. Hey for her. To stay with her children was to murder her husband. Unfortunately the convenient presence of at least two firearms in the house would have made it only only too easy for Brennan to act on this desperate impulse. The truth is that we will never know exactly what what happened in those fateful missing hours as coroner Craig Harvey pointed out. There were wild cards in play that could have affected Britain's actions in ways we haven't haven't thought of all we know for sure is that Phil and Brynn Hartman's lives were both cut tragically short In the aftermath of their deaths Phil and Brynn surviving family members came together to grieve and say goodbye. Though there was tension engine between the families. The each set aside the anger they felt and the blame they wanted to cast outside. The Chapel photographers waded hoping bane to catch a glimpse of mourners. They were eager for scraps of news in the wake of the sensational murder suicide that had rocked. Hollywood Phil's brother had advised both families to close ranks in the days after the twenty eighth. His hope was that. If the media didn't get any dirt from the Hartman's loved ones then they would simply simply stopped trying but the legacy of Phil and brings death lingered long after the police tape was pulled down at the Encino Bungalow newsradio Co the Sitcom on which fill played a lead role was due to film. It's fifth season just months after his murder but with Phil gone there was an empty seat onset it in the end it was Jon Lovitz. Who had known Phil since his days at the groundlings Improv group in the eighties who stepped in to fill the void he left behind according to Lovett's his new co star? Andy Dick took umbrage with Levinson's sudden role on the show for his part Lovett's still in pain. Following the death of his close friend blamed Dick for brains actions. He thought that Brian had been sober. Until the New Year's Eve party at which dig have given her cocaine though tensions between the two continued to simmer for years. They tried to make peace ace and move on with their lives. However things erupted again in two thousand six neither was ready to forgive or forget about what had been said in the aftermath of Phil's death according to love it when he was having dinner in a Los Angeles restaurant Dick approached him and swiped a drink from the table after downing the drink he told love it? I put the Phil Hartmann Exxon you. You're the next one to die. Lovett's had dick removed from the restaurant restaurant. The following July the two ran into each other at a comedy club after the show love. It's ask Dick to apologize for his tasteless remark mark. He refused incensed love. It's grab Dick by the shirt and slammed his head into the bar. Several Times as people watched in horror you love. It's vowed he would have kept going if a doorman hadn't pulled the pair apart Lovett's fills close friend. One of the homicide aside survivors seemed to still be suffering from the psychological consequences almost ten years later in March of nineteen ninety nine Britons. Brother Gregory Gregory amdahl filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical giant Pfizer. The suit alleged. That zoloft was the cause of brain and fills debts. Gregory and his lawyers believed that the alcohol and cocaine were irrelevant to her actions and the antidepressant was wholly responsible. visor eventually settled all the matter out of court the debts of Phil and Brynn Hartman shocked their loved ones. Just as much as they shocked the world their love Love Affair Mark so boldly by early passion had become a source of frustration to both of them by the time it reached its deadly climax in nineteen ninety eight throughout their struggles. Both Phil and Brennan seemed to think a solution to their woes was just around the corner. Perhaps they'd hoped to reclaim the passion they had once felt for each other but waiting proved to be fatal mistake proving that sometimes when passion fades others left to do is say goodbye.
"hartman" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"After this brynn Hartman confronts fronts the reality of what. She's done podcast listeners. Do you love true crime. Well here's your chance to prove it. We're excited to announce the release of our new true crime. Themed Trivia show killer knowledge. You can listen to new episodes every Tuesday here so S- Carter to tell you more you're sure you're a fan of true crime but are you ready to put your skills to the test and be crowned in undisputed expert. Then try your hand at Park. Asked asked New Trivia podcast killer knowledge every Tuesday to competitors go head to head to correctly answer multiple choice true crime questions. It's never gained the most points after twenty questions wins. It's all the murder mystery and suspense. You've come to expect from podcast now. In a fast paced interactive format each episode dives deep into a different shocking topic from history such as the Manson family Jimmy Hoffa and and even Jonestown massacre with each question and answer comes additional context surrounding the event enlightening even the most knowledgeable. True Crime Lover. You can play by yourself. Challenge your friends and prove your prowess by sharing results with par cast on social media. You never know you may even find yourself in the hot seat one one day. Follow killer knowledge free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in the early hours of May Twenty Eighth Nineteen Ninety eight forty year old brynn Hartman convinced her friend Ron Douglas to accompany her back to her home in Encino California before they left she told him she had killed her husband Phil and then handed him a pistol. Ron could tell that Brian was drunk. And he suspected high on cocaine. Ron followed his friend across town in his car. He was unnerved by her craze confession but hoped that Brennan was simply spouting nonsense in her drug state. Unfortunately she was telling the truth when they walked into the house. Ron was shocked to find forty nine year old fills dead body and bed as Brin screamed Ron look down at the gun. In his hand he was holding the murder weapon in a grocery bag. He took a step back from fills lifeless form and thought vaguely about calling nine one before he could reach the phone by the bed. Bryn was already dialing. He listened to her tell a friend that she had killed her husband and asked them to come over when she hung up. He walked slowly back down the hall. He couldn't bear to stay in the room. Where Phil's body lay once he found another phone ron dialed nine one one? He gave the operator the Hartman's address and reported that a man had been shot. The dispatcher confirmed that help was on the way in a daze. Ron Hung up the phone. He could hear. Brian's cries coming from the bedroom and return to make sure she was all right when he got to the bedroom he found. It's double doors closed. He knocked an aspirin if he could come in when she didn't answer him. He tried the handle locked. Though Ron was worried about Brennan he felt at least a little safer with a gun in his possession Shen for now he left Bryn to our own devices and walked away from the master bedroom to check on. Britain's two children inside the bedroom brin was once more on the phone this time with her sister Kathy again. Brennan confessed to killing Phil when Kathy asks her why Brennan answered simply. I don't know I'm sick. I don't remember concerned. Kathy asked if there was was anyone else in the house she could speak to. Bryn ignored the question and asked her sister to tell the children that she loves them. Even chilly Brin told Kathy not that she had to go and hung up. Meanwhile Ron found nine year old Shawn's room and got him out of bed finding finding the front door dead bolted. They made their way out the back at the rear gate of the property. They were met by police officers. Who took custody of Sean Ron on handed off the bag gun with relief and told the police that six year old Bergen was still inside the house? Moving cautiously police entered the Hartman's house else and headed in the direction of the master bedroom inside. Bryn was once again on the phone with her sister. She begged Kathy to take care of her children friend and asked again that she tell Sean in Bergen how much she loved them from the hallway. An officer called out to bring out the sound differ name. Bryn ended her call Kathy looking around the room. Her gaze fell on Phil's body shakily. She walked to the suite bathroom inside the metal lock box or she had left it just hours earlier brin found her own charter arms. Thirty eight only the gun tenderly. She climbed into bed next to fill. She sat against the headboard and pushed a pillow behind her back. She could hear. The police officers serves moving around in the hallway. Outside bring new. She was running out of time with a final scream. She put the barrel of the gun to her head and pulled the trigger.
"hartman" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Ensure her friends felt seen and heard Brin herself struggle to gain the attention she so creed from her husband at one stage frustrated by fills lack of attention to her and the Children Brin confided in a friend that she had been contemplating divorce at the end of one thousand nine hundred eighty four phil finally left. SNL He relish relish. Being able to live and work in Los Angeles fulltime again. It was he felt a better place to raise a family. However this change didn't seem to increase the amount of time Phil spent with Brennan? He was still working long hours just on a different. TV show. And spent much of his his free time indulging his hobbies or making trips to Catalina island with friend brick. Marin these trips that sent Brin into a jealousy list tailspin up next brynn Hartman. Has Her husband followed now. Back to the story story in early. Nineteen ninety seven thirty eight year old brynn Hartman began to suspect that her husband Phil might be cheating on her as proof. She looked to his disinterest in their marriage counseling sessions which she sometimes attended alone and the declining state of their sex life. Around this time she reportedly hired a private investigator to follow Phil on his trips to Catalina island it seems she suspected that her husband and one of his male friends Brit Merrin were having an affair. But by all accounts Brent suspicions never never amounted to anything more than that that incur jealousy though Phil openly talked on late night television interviews about being unable to cheat on bread and because she was so suspicious those close to fill suggests that he never cheated on his wife because he was too good but to the World Phil Bill seemed keen to say it was because he would get caught. It's possible that Phil never had any intention of cheating on brand and that his comments about staying faithful because he didn't want to be caught were just bravado. Part of his funny Guy Act but it was clearly enough to give brand pause ause she may have felt like there was an element of truth to Phil's jokes. This worry combined with prince feelings of abandonment were enough to drive a slow slow burning jealousy throughout their marriage brin had had to contend with several different incarnations Shinzo her jealousy i. Her husband's career his path as a performer and artist was everything brand had been unable to achieve herself Alf. This career frequently thrust him into romantic situations with other women and finally even when Phil wasn't working he opted to spend time with friends or his hobbies instead of with her in an article for the Los Angeles Times. Dr David Im- bus plus points out that many people view jealousy as a moral failing or neurosis however his research shows that jealousy is a natural chemical reaction Shen and the brain the way different people respond to jealousy manifests in various ways but the experience is usually the same it was perhaps brings jealousy the nudged her off the wagon in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven. She called her sister. Kathy and tearfully Lee admitted that she had slept. She had started using cocaine again. In the lead up to the slip she had been socially drinking from time to a time. In the coming months Brin continued to slip on one occasion she returned from an all night bender to fill in a towering rage so he insisted on two things that she see her psychologist immediately and that she checked herself into Rehab. She left for treatment the very very next day it seemed Brinza diction struggles. Were enough to grab fills attention for now brin stay at rehabbed in less long long though she claimed to miss her children too much to stay at the clinic after she returned home her addiction continued to wreak havoc. On the Hartman's lives Phil had shared his wolves with some select co-stars on his new show newsradio but to the world was putting on a happy face at the time fills co-star Vicki. Lewis was also in a relationship with an attic actor Nick Nolte. According to Vicki Phil would come into work looking disheveled and exhausted because he had spent the night on his boat rather than at home with Bryn once once he showed up to sit with scratch marks on his face presumably a relic from confrontation with Bryn. Only Vicki knew the truth about the marks however Oh my first he would ask her. How do you do this? But just like Phil. She didn't have an answer at his wit's end and Phil told his mother that if Brennan didn't stop using he was going to take the children and leave. He didn't care if she kept everything else. He was hell bent bent on protecting their kids but like years earlier. Phil seemed incapable of leaving the marriage even when their private issues were exposed. I at the end of nineteen ninety seven Phil and brynn hosted a New Year's eve celebration at their encino a home surrounded by family and friends. It was a chance for the couple to ring in the new year there was perhaps a pervading home then. Nineteen Ninety eight could be the fresh start both Hartman seemed too long for it wasn't to be among the guest was fills newsradio Co star. Andy Dick like Brennan. Andy had struggled with substance abuse. Just in a much more public sphere that night brin approached Andy the and asked if he had any cocaine brings friends saw her lung herself and Andy in a bathroom neither emerged for some time even after people banged on the door demanding to be let in needless to say nineteen ninety eight. Didn't bring peace to fill and Britain's relationship Asian ship though. There were moments of carefree joy like performing Karaoke Duet of love shack at a friend's birthday party. There were also moments of awkward tension. One night while out to dinner with friends Phil claim to be a great listener Brin fixed him with appointed stare and said no no. You're not in a desperate grass to pull herself out of her unhappiness Brin started taking Zoloft in April all of nineteen ninety eight. She had been given a starter kit for the drug by her son's physician. who was not a psychiatrist? It's unclear if Brennan was was mixing. Her use of the antidepressant with her return cocaine habit and alcohol intake if she was that could be why the drug which was supposed to help her seemed only to make grins woes increase her apparent side effects of the drug included sleeplessness diarrhea nausea and agitation. She stopped taking Zoloft on the advice of her doctor. Following a medical procedure after a month off of it she was then advised to resume zoom the medication but at half dose in the meantime Brennan fills fights only grew more contentious when Brin showed her frustration Russian and outrage Phil responded with passivity when filled in one to argue anymore he would simply go to bed sometimes pretending to fall asleep just to end the fight this aloofness further antagonized Brennan. Why didn't he care more? Each of them had their drug of choice which only served to intensify their natural reaction to conflict. Britain's use of cocaine amt her up. We'll fill smoke marijuana to become even more relaxed. According to friends Phil believes that if Britain gave Rehab another try it might fix the issues in their marriage in May of nineteen ninety. Eight Brennan was set to check in for treatment at a high end facility however she she aborted the plan when there was no room for her. After some ten years of marriage. It was clear that something had to give what no no one could predict was when and how things would come crashing down but with Brennan Zoloft and failing to get treatment for her addiction and Phil actively avoiding the issues in their marriage the stage was set for complete disaster..
"hartman" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"Fill in Britain's relationship ramps up after this podcast listeners. D You love true crime. Well here's your chance to prove it. We're excited to announce the release of our new true crime. Themed Trivia show killer knowledge. You can listen to new episodes every Tuesday. Here's host Carter to tell you more. Sure sure you're a fan of true crime but are you ready to put your skills to the test and be crowned and undisputed expert. Then try your hand at par cast new Trivia. Maybe a podcast killer knowledge every Tuesday to competitors go head to head to correctly answer multiple choice. True crime questions never ever games the most points after twenty questions wins all the murder mystery and suspense. You've come to expect from par cast now in a fast paced interactive format each episode dives deep into a different shocking topic from history such as the Manson family Jimmy Hoffa and even the Jonestown Coun- massacre with each question and answer comes additional context surrounding the event enlightening even the most knowledgeable. True Crime Lover. You can play by yourself. Challenge your friends and prove your hours by sharing results with par cast on social media. You never know you may even find yourself in the hot seat one day. Follow killer knowledge free on spotify. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story in early. Nineteen eighty. Seven after a constant cycle of breaking up and reconciling Phil Brynn Hartman finally committed to each other and Dan. Their relationship bring moved across the country to join fill in New York City where he worked on Saturday night live not long after she arrived in New York Mark Brennan found work in office administration and enrolled in acting classes though her career as a performer hadn't yet taken off. Britain's ambitions for stardom had in faltered for his part. Phil seemed to be doing all he could to help brand get her start in the business when filming short clip clip for the US and no opening credits Phil seen talking to a woman in a restaurant booth. He made sure the role of onscreen partner went to Bryn. According according to people on set on the day of Filming Brin had to be reminded not to turn and look at the camera much to her chagrin all that was seen of her in the final final shot was the back of her head though she struggled to break into show business. Britain's relationship with Phil seemed to be on a good path. Aw Phil was incredibly. Opened with friend about his feelings in a letter to her he gushed. I'm in love with you. I feel like the luckiest man alive. That you've chosen me as a mate and seen the Phil was finally ready to declare his love for the whole world to hear just just before. Halloween in nineteen eighty. Seven Phil shared a secret with longtime friend. Cassandra Peterson he was going to propose to Bryn. But when he showed her the diamond ring her reaction was swift and blunt. Oh God no phil was furious furious. He had thought his friend would be excited for him and not only was that not the case. She didn't even have the decency to pretend to be happy. He shook as Cassandra told him that he should wait a little longer. The Phil didn't want to wait. He'd finally found love again. After two who failed marriages in the thought of letting Brin slip away was terrifying he looked at Cassandra. With cold is an utter two words. Get Out CASSANDRA. Tried to apologize for what she had said. But Phil Wasn't interested in hearing any of it. She reluctantly left the room. The two friends didn't speak for years. CASSANDRA had revealed to fill how she and many of of his friends felt about Bren. Many strongly believed that the couple were not a good match. According to Cassandra fill could be summed up in one one word authentic her word for Bryn. Sony she thought that he should at least give himself more time to get to know brin before committing admitting she had seen him repeat the same mistake many times he would fall hard and fast for a beautiful woman before declaring her the only Lee woman for him but after two failed marriages Cassandra felt it was time to speak up. Someone had to what fills friends and Co co-stars didn't yet know was that brand was already two months pregnant. It's unclear if the pregnancy was planned but raised as a Catholic Phil may have felt compelled to. WED sooner rather than later. The day before Thanksgiving and nineteen eighty-seven just weeks after he proposed Phil and Bryn married in a small ceremony surrounded by a few friends in June that following year. Brian gave birth to the son. Sean both parents were besotted with their new boy and excitedly shared their news with those closest to them. One of the first phone calls film made was to his ex wife. Lisa strain delighted by the announcement. Lisa send a card congratulating the new parents and welcoming their son into the world. She even offered to Babysit. If the new parents ever needed a break. The response she onto to the card caught her completely by surprise Brin sent a four page biofilm letter in the missive. She warned Lisa to stay away from Phil and their child Brin threatened to harm Lisa if the pair ever met here Brin was displaying jealousy simmering just below the surface writing for the Los Angeles Times evolutionary psychologists David and bus of the University of Texas. This presented research on the Jealous Fantasies of five thousand people. Eighty four percent of the women surveyed and minute to fantasizing about murder an overwhelming majority of those fantasies involved killing sexual rivals fearful for Phil Safety Lisa. Call to tell him about the letter letter to her shock Phil knew exactly was brain had written in fact he felt at fault for the sentiment. Eve revealed to Lisa so that when brain asked him if he felt they were soulmates he had said no to brings outrage. He had calmly told his wife that Lisa was his true soulmate. Eight therefore Phil seemed to think it was understandable. Then that Brent felt threatened by Lisa's card seemingly undisturbed by Lebron's behavior. He tried to joke with Lisa. The letter she received was tame compared to what Brian had wanted to send unable to make Ville see that his wife was a source for concern. Lisa Hung Up. She was shaken by what she now knew. And anxious to stay away from the new Mrs Hartman and fills packed schedule as an SNL writer and performer meant that Bryn was left alone to deal with the day to day. Care of a new baby B. S. Phil's work garnered him more and more attention brin found herself stuck frustratingly on the sidelines. It seemed her. Destiny was to remain Maine just outside the warm glow of the spotlight as another Saturday. Rolled around Brennan Phil. Well we're supposed to spend the morning together but he'd been at rehearsal laid the night before and was still asleep when Brennan got up. Maybe Sean was awake. After just a few hours of sleep. Brin herself had only managed a couple of hours here and there between feedings she was exhausted. It wasn't too long before four phil got up Brin smiled as she watched her two boys. It was so rare that the three of them were able to spend time together as a family but the moment almond felt fleeting. Phil had to be back on set in a couple of hours before she knew it brin was left in their apartment with their young son alone alone again though things were going well for him at us now fill longed for a simpler life away from New York City. He told friends that he wanted to spend more time with his family to him. The best place to do that was in California in in August of one thousand nine hundred nine Phil and Brynn purchased a one point. Six million dollar home in the Encino area of Los Angeles is San Fernando Valley though. He clearly loved to spend time there with his family. Fills career kept them and New York City to Britain's displeasure Phil's work schedule. Agile continued to keep him away from his family and their time. Apart was only set to grow as fills career picked up momentum in June of the following year Phil recorded his first episode of the then fledgling animated show the simpsons. He played ambulance chasing lawyer. Lionel huts the producers loved his work. And this was followed up by his most famous character washed up. See List actor Troy. I am a clearer. In various episodes of the Simpsons McClure was seen introducing infomercials or other television spots. The character was so popular ocular with audiences and Phil so beloved by. The show's writers that an entire episode was dedicated to McClure Around the same time that Phil excelled and yet another creative outlet Brin was still struggling to find her own sense of identity while Phil.
"hartman" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"It'll still make matera. Europe has no clue what we're talking about. No actually biggest i was in. I was in kissing in germany in nineteen ninety four ninety five at a festival in this giant beer tent ten thirty at night packed with people and all the sudden country roads being played by the band and every single person in the tent was was singing at the top of their lungs and it was one of those moments where you just go. Wow you know that is that that transcends everything so when you look at the young talent at this coming out right now i'll i'll we continually hear about is the the brain drain going out to the big tech and you live in austin so you see it right austin in quotable bull town when it comes to tech talent and going there but for several years that's all we heard from stages the danger of losing this talent to the technology companies and not into banking. What would you tell these folks coming right out of school about actually looking like a goldman for example he actually last year. I actually did a small article and entrepreneur procure dot com around just this topic right and it's it's what we were talking about. One time i tell folks if you really want to have an impact on people's daily lives actually matter banking is the place to do it right in banking needs the talent the needs the innovation needs the energy and passion to come and be a part of that some for some reason along the way banking at this this reputation as boring sleep be you know organizations and i go no if you really wanna know how to help customers really changed. Reveal is banking is the easiest way to do. It and that's what i tell folks is that if you wanna have impact this is the place to come. Do it and goldman going to be honest with goldman's an incredible place to be the talent is off the charts and some of the leaders. I've been able to interact interact with i've learned so much and it makes it back and go wow. I thought it was okay before but man. I got a lot to learn. Let's one of those you know for me. I've got several real news feeds. I i have and i've got keywords that are tagged and marcus would actually obviously being one of them. I would highly recommend you follow good places on twitter because it's pretty darn funny earnings bo hartman never call them carl. Never call your call your wife mother and now actually really funny well <hes> when i know someone calls me carl i know they don't know me eh for the first thing and then the only time my my mother of her called me carl apartment. The second is when i was in trouble and so it it's always a good reason well. Both hartman on twitter is a great account one worth following. Everyone thank you for joining us today. You wanna find out more about as follows infantile insider take a look at the site released a foul follow me on twitter interim samuel. That's pretty easy. Thank you for listening. If you like what you heard subscribe to the podcast reviews on i tunes we love reading. Those reviews pass podcast longer friends. I think that's one of the best thing you can do do pass. It's like a good book. Okay pass the podcast. If you know someone who lives fintech and it wasn't listening fintech insider. Tell them to hurry up. Start listening to the show and subscribe. Thanks for listening everybody. Nobody talk to you next time..
"hartman" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Entertainment anymore invest in it that's what i'm saying and plus this kickstarter we either have to get the whole thing and we don't get any of it we gotta reach where we're going for two hundred fifty thousand dollars we don't get all of it it goes away so this money isn't for us it's not like we're trying to get a ferrari or something we're trying to raise money so we got to start building our platform i got to hire some people to help us and we need this money to start all that stuff and so and my wants the kickstarter is done we gotta go way beyond the kickstarter we have a lot of money to raise so our life right now is about meeting people and getting this thing funded and just really stepping out in a way that i never had to before i've always been the guy hiding at my desk doing cartoons but you know you say i'm a man of faith i was really i was praying and i kept feeling this word come up in my spirit was the word relationship like i got i got a form relationships with people i really do and that's what it's all about so no totally is this whole town runs on relationships you know so this land of misfits this lay oh yeah yeah solutely well check them out which hartman and thank you for being on well thanks for having us on it's been great to see you get the tony stark arm brace off very cool look i'll be all right i wish it's not fun on an airplane just watch the wake boarding from the beach she's one of the on the water by the water no more in the draws a picture of you wait successfully i'll just do that throw the cowboy hat on their great well you guys obviously you can find me watch chad dot com catch me on tour i'm all over the country and having a great time you can find me on twitter at watch chat even though i'm not saying very much these days you can find me on instagram at watch jet and go out and check butch hartman out his was found him on all of the socials as well go and follow his youtube channel subscribe to it you very very much man all right dude absolutely i would like to take a moment to think our sponsors who bring our podcast you free every week specifically with toothbrushes in me undies lease support them because they support us
"hartman" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Did it and i was like i'm not good at that at all access kickstarter if you give ten thousand dollars being animated character and one of our shows that is a guarantee you want to give them thousand cartoon because that is one of my dreams i wanna to be a butch hartman care all i want is just i want like a lithograph i want a picture of this me in the cowboy hat sitting in the cab of the truck in drawn butch hartman's okay we'll hook you up with what it does absolutely by the time you leave he'll be doing your voice that's funny gift watched you know seth do that and i see these voices come out of people and i'm like wow that's just freaky how they oh yeah it's a voice day created so i get over sure yeah but timoteo is other people's voices and again this is me going back to me and i was a kid sitting in front of the tv like you i'd i'd sit and watch fred flintstone gee whiz fruit do the barney rubble voice or whatever and we do daffy your fickle talk like that so i just imitate stuff as a kid and then i realized why i can make a living at this i actually these characters make a living here's a big question because i got this a lot growing up fortyseven there's a big answer got it right here here's my deal here's my deal how many people as you were growing up as you as you getting older how many people did you ever hear the phrase you have too much time on your hands ever hear that people told me that mile time yeah i definitely heard that yet when my parents were stop fighting i heard that a couple times fighting would stop but a little bit yeah i guess but you understand that sentiment i mean people would always look at me because i was always creating things whether it was the videos i do on social media now where i would always do these come up with these different funny gags and things people say you just have too much time on your is it yeah it's so now i say i've got i've got a lot of time on my hands i drive to the bank is underrated it's sure is for him it was because he wasn't into sports so the jocks probably didn't understand him very much oh you thought he was just doing that silly stupid thing where he's drying but then when he went to his what twenty twenty year reunion they were all like oh wow okay really paid off for him no yeah but like you said the time in the handling i'd get that a lot and but again it turned into a passion and a lifestyle and a and a livelihood for me yours did as well my dad made me my first drawn table in me all these disney drawing books how to draw comics the marvel way i'd sit and draw spiderman all day long and and really had to push through all this stuff and then when i got i was i was like the best artists in my hometown but then i got to college i was like going to the major leagues of baseball you're like well everybody here is great and you're like either i got to step up or get out and fortunately whether it's to through stupidity or divine intervention i stepped up you know but i got out of there but i'm glad i stepped up god bless you guess on in for folks who are listening you know obviously you can get out there you can google butch hartman and you're going to see all kinds of stuff but i want you to get on the kickstarter go find it for oh access contribute a little bit and again i have people all the time no you're not ask you're not just trying to get money for money sake do something with excellence and i think people need when you need to put your money where your mouth is and people out there and say well there's no quality.
"hartman" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"In hollywood's interested in the story i would tell i just i have too big of a reputation obviously i leaned right of center conservative in my thinking and he said well i'm not asking right a political show i'm asking you to write in so i wrote this thing that was common sense about a family that really loves each other and how they relate to the world in how this guy who can't look away from this chaos that he interprets his world how it's devolving into stuff and it's weird all these folks in hollywood of fallen in love with it i've i've had producers you know these guys who are like man let's have a meeting let's have a meeting let's have a meeting we love this idea because it's just something that by and large has been lost and i love the fact that you guys are focusing on that building a platform to let's take let's let's have a media buy your let's talk about it i'm not even kidding around okay yeah but i have did i hear the rumor correctly and i don't even think it's a rumor somebody told me that dr hartman on the family guy that's named after he got his name because i used to be great friends with seth macfarlane still ms haven't seen him in many years because i got married and had kids and he became a billionaire so we kind of run in different circles but no i i knew seth when he first got off the plane from rhode island school of design he had no money he lived in our condo we rented our condo from us and we both worked at hanna barbera at the time and he's one of the funniest guys met my life such great but we both said which other half i sell a show you come work for me and he goes if i sell a show you can work for me so i sold fairly odd parents diesel family guy right about the same time and he he kept wanting me to be a writer on his show and i couldn't and i wanted him to be on my show and he couldn't so he actually named a character after he named the proctology after my real name is elmer i'm elmer hartman so he named doctor omaha hyphen the proctology thanks i'm sure he won't listen to this show but thanks very much for name of that but sesa great dude man listen to sober to sit i listen to you know i you know i'm glad to meet you guys i really have and we met last year like i said at a foundation yeah here in in la it was great to hear from you man thanks for having me coming you know it's in you know we've got mutual friends and obviously i love being able to develop friendships and take them even deeper fun let's do it for sure are you still do you do a lot of have you done a lot of voice work your own voice voice with all the time i do a lot of my own voices and i can't even take a lot of fairly i parents voices like oh mr krecko hello thank god variance i can do those kind of voices you know and always freaks me yeah but i i'm a pretty good voice actor but i hired actual voice actors to do my job because i wanted to be behind the glass like your producer is because it was always where that we in the writers were back behind the glass and the voice actors were in here because i hear the writers and other people in the booth laughing i knew the show was funny because he couldn't hear inside the glass so i like being on his side of the glass a friend of mine in new york he's a he's an animator and he does a lot of youtube cartoons that he does and i've always had this dream of doing being cartoon voice all right being a cartoon character and having my voice and we did one and i sit in the voi and he.
"hartman" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Think half the battle when it comes to success is just showing up exactly and a lot of people aren't willing to take the risk to show up exactly because there's a lot of fear you know there's a lot of fear and i'm i'm a christian guy and there's a there's a scripture in the bible says i'm not giving you the spirit of fear fear wasn't given to me what am i holding onto it for listen i know fears come i'm not anger into that of course fears come but everybody who's putting myself in this category at all but anybody's ever done anything great wherever we're all here because someone overcame their fear you know the fact somebody invented the airplane someone invented the automobile someone invented animation or television or whatever the overcame their fear and they put it out there for the world to see and so it's like anytime you anything like that i think it makes your soul better it makes you better it makes you stronger you know are you going to succeed every single time no but at least you're going to give it a try it's like it's those it's that one time you did try that you're going to succeed and let's get into the resume a little bit because i know folks you know if you don't recognize the name butch hartman which you should and i having five children do awesome so trust me you think thank you and thank god for you thank you overcoming italy that might have been there and taking that chance because you know if you're familiar at all if you've watched any well we can take it all the way back to the hannabarbera days and then we can talk about nickelodeon you created fairly odd parents tough puppy in all these different ones that my kids have always been big fans of then emerged into the new network and we could talk about the evolution of all of that and then a new project that you've got coming up but what is the creative process in your mind that says i have this nexus of an idea that i think people will enjoy now how do i get it out there and tell that story exactly we can talk about it two ways there's making a show and there is making a network which is a whole different thing but making a show it's like i'm a cartoonist i've always i'm sure a lot of people out there were writers or they like to do music or whatever eventually as a musician you're gonna to want to write your own song you know you're going to play somebody else's songs for a long time and then you're gonna go hey you know what i think i can make my own song i would draw the people's cartoons for years and years and years when i first got hired in the industry i got hired on other people shows one of my first jobs was on my little pony i got hired at marvel productions i'm like can hundred it marvel productions i'm going to get to draw spiderman the hulk and that may not edmund but but you you know know that's dc but i kept it in america but i get in there and they go you're going to work on my little ponies had look i'd worked on my little pony but it had to learn how to draw everybody else's stuff i and as the years went by and opportunity started opening up i was in hanover barron they finally one day said hey all you guys in here are you guys can all start pitching us cartoon ideas and it was like oh wow now's my chance now that's where an opportunity comes i always say opera tunities like comets they're really cool but they don't come around very often so and you might miss it if it doesn't come around if you don't take that chance it might not come around for a long long time so i'm great i gotta do this i started coming up with ideas like i've got this cool idea like here's a dog i've always wanted it what would this now but now that you're creating a cartoon it's not just the drawing of the dog it's who is the dog what does the dog say was the dog think who's the dogs friend i mean any show you've ever seen you know any any movie or any tv show you can name it's all about the characters and it's like coming up with those great characters so.
"hartman" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"To the chad breeder show everybody welcome back to the chan breakthrough show it's good to be back in the studios here podcast one i have been i've been doing all these podcasts latest episodes as i've been recuperating from all the surgeries in the crazy things i've been doing to myself i've been doing them at the home office been doing them in the kitchen table and everywhere so it's great to come back in here where they actually have some technology where we can record these things that make a sound good but a beautiful thing isn't we we originally were going to do this interview with this visit via skype and i'm so happy that i'm able to be here in beverly hills and visit with my friend that i met last year at a foundation benefit the legendary butch hartman is sitting here in the studio with me he's got his lovely wife julianne with him as well so she's an added guest and so i'm excited thanks for having us on chad great to be here is glad i'm glad to have you guys there's so many things we were talking before we got on the four we started recording and there's things i want to ask you about now already had this long list of things but if you wanna know hartmann is if you don't already know and this guy i mean i don't say the word legendary when it comes to the world of creativity animation and the cart world of cartoons you were you were producer on a creator on nickelodeon for twenty years how does it guy from michigan wind up in hollywood well first of all thank you saying that we're legendary you've got that twenty bucks i slept you earlier thank you very much it's a pleasure to be here and i'm from michigan you know when when we were kids growing up watching television especially from mid west or anywhere else tv and movies kind of seemed untouchable how do i get into that tv's i grew up in the snow and i kept watching these shows going how are these people having fun on the beach and we're so there was this magic land called california and i'm like how do i get to california and at the time in the early eighties there was no internet so i just got into walt disney films and animation and tv cartoons on saturday morning and i brought drawn them and practice in them all the time and what i ended up doing was i ended up finding about this magical school called cal arts in valencia california founded by walt disney and they taught animation and it was like whoa there's a school in california i've always wanted to go they teach animation i'm only one approved portfolio away from getting in there so i really worked hard on my portfolio i loaned of what they wanted to see and i i would do i would stand in the detroit zoo in the dead of winter i'm the only one in the zoo you get in for free because it was winner right so that's and the tigers and the monkeys just standing there and i would draw them and draw life drawings and i'd send myself into cal arts and i eventually got i ended up getting accepted to the school so i got to come to california got to leave my comfort zone and that's what i always want to encourage people to do is leave your comfort zone like how's it going from michigan get out here the kit from michigan decides to come out here and people i know you get a lot of industry people in here's your everyone is taking a chance on something who's ended up on your show or ended up you said we're in beverly hills everybody out here is involved in entertainment or something right everyone's taking that chance so it's like you've got to take a chance on what you believe in a believe in yourself it's hard to chase those drains sometimes eight certainly i did a post this morning i'll social media on facebook i said i think that because i was leaving texas on on a flight this morning it was four am and i said you know i.
"hartman" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show
"Met him last i think tober at a foundation at a benefit golf benefit for foundation out in in la which you say l a there's all these cities surrounding l a and it was it was a celebrity golf tournament foundation i sat at the dinner table with a couple of guys i was honored to sit with a couple of all those guys have become my friends one was aubrey huff i'll see him this weekend at my show in san diego he's coming to the show two time world series champion with san francisco giants great great guy lives in san diego so he's coming to the show i think friday night but there was a couple that was sitting just to my right there at the table butch and julianne hartman and i know a lot of times you say these names and they'd just blow right pass you but let me tell you these you want to talk about influencers and we get into this this because butch let me let me just introduced butch by talking let me ask you a question did you watch because you grew up early like you you were an adult like by the time you are nine i was quite responsible but with the big death early in my life i think but you grew up pretty quick and every time i say well you were doing this at fifty fulltime job that's right i walked to it i have a job at fifteenth and it wasn't full time did you spend a lot of time watching cartoons yeah i did when i was little absoulutely cartoons shaped my life yes i'll be honest with you whether it was comic books or cartoons and we get into this in the episode i tell little bit of my story but but people always want to ask me they were like how do you know these things about these different things and i can just tell you it's because i watched so much television people you say they'll television rot your brain no television actually made me really smart i watch cartoons we're one of them and the evelyn of cartoons throughout the so what was your did you have a favorite i did i was thinking about that earlier when we were talking about but you know what what were some of my favorite ones i can remember watching the jetsons in the morning and i can remember being a huge fan of shira princess of power coma was that a a he man knock off no it was like she were princes of power for the chicks shoot yeah so she she might have been like his girlfriend i don't know but i remember thinking that maybe she was back then and of course i like the care bears she looked good in that breasts brawl is what she looked good in well that's not how i felt back then i felt like she you know she could kick your butt she could she could they literally draw her kicking my butt that's right yeah so care bears well yeah everybody was a fan of the care bears this don't push it too hard on every money thing mediolanum joan well yeah i had to have a care bear had sunshine senate or anything strawberry shortcake hasn't strawberry shortcake absolutely they smell so i had a history with strawberry shortcake because i used to sell them on ebay back when ebay came and i by the old vintage strawberry shortcake so back in the ought spec in the two thousands of mid2000s i sold a lot of strawberry short you've told me that before and i still think it's just as weird now as i thought it was a lot of money when the economy was good before the recession i met a lot of money off strawberry shortcake ebay it was weird you could see me in their cleaning up little purple pie man you know with the little alcohol wipes toymaker in toy story two can you name the jetsons can you name the characters oh my god i mean you had george jetson yes you had his wife who was judy and then you had the sun and that's in the theme song his boy elroy oh yeah and i had been daughter what was the daughter's name i'm going to have to look up and then and then the boss was mr space ly what was the dog was astro astro what was that the maid the maid was pill i bet you guys i you know who would know is our guest today in.
"hartman" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"You don't like your brother you still violated that commandment so that's the that's what you see in terms of the mount is more of an explanation of how our hearts should be senate towards our company to the people we work with and towards the world in general and in the book of matthew am i correct yes this is a different version similar called sermon of sermon on the plane that's in the book of luke but the one we talk about here's matthew saw the beatitudes right so my guest is bruce l hartman his book is jesus and company connecting the lessons of the gospel with today's business world so we need to wrap up bruce what do you want people to remember from our discussion you talked about setting the tone at the beginning what what what do you want people to remember i think that the biggest thing to remember is that doing answering the question of what ought we to do it the support thing we can do in business thinking about it for morally morally a moral point of views is also very important one of the lessons of jesus is the answer that question what ought we to do and as you remember mardi every day every hour face with that question more i know i was when i worked now well i headed up sales organizations bruce talk to me i was challenged everyday brother so every day and you understand what that's like in you from the financial point of view so again my guest is bruce l hartman is book as jesus and company connecting the lessons of the gospel with today's business world and you can find him by going to bruce l hartman dot com correct bruce.
"hartman" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"Entrepreneurs business owners professionals who seek excellence bringing them business classroom to you it's the business builders show here's marty wolf welcome to the business builders show with martin wolf to show for entrepreneurs business owners and business leaders i'm marty wolf your host for the business builders show along with my eggs executive producer dc taylor we will be your guides on this learning journey let me tell you my super objective and being with you today i want to enthusiastically share stories and information to inspire leaders so they can inspire others are proud to let you know we record the business builders show in the studios of ninety four three fm the talker which is part of bold gold media and we are in scranton pennsylvania the business broiler shows distributed by c suite radio you can find our show and many other fine shows at c dash sweet radio dot com various podcast is a part of the c suite radio network for more top business podcasts visit c suite radio dot com my special guests with me today is bruce l hartman hi bruce how are you sir and do a terrific miley thank you i'm really honored to have you here you're a great book and let me do a formal introduce introduction to bruce and then we'll get launched so bruce hartmann is the founder and creator of gideon partners in advisory firm committed to quote walking with people into a brighter future in quote as they navigate life and career transitions hartman was the executive vp and c f o at yankee candle company pushman and wakefield and footlocker inc we probably talk a lot about full footlocker during the scotch and probably bruce where he established global banking and capital markets structures and contributed to significant increases in enterprise value bruce harmon is the author of a new book called jesus and company connecting the lessons of the gospel with today's business.