25 Burst results for "Hatter"
Designing for Empathy in Conversational AI With Romita Bulchandani
"Did you get into the conversation. And was i do know like you. Work a lot on designing empathy for conversational ai. Right so how did you get into that space. I didn't go looking for it. It was i. Just when i dismantled my ladder and i started not playing by the rules of society and i started speaking my truth and i started coaching folks in getting into working with a lotta tech folks that were that needed coaching. A lot of it. What i understood was it all came back to it. I kept being brought back to my disney roots in some way shape or form and the more people i started talking to i started attracting. Were ganic lead. I just the i space. And the people from the world and a lot of what i found was missing. Was the whole empathy piece but also the diversity piece in when you're in all stems back to the ladder so give an example of disney. When i was working on a tea party so i think a lot of folks have probably seen alice in wonderland. It's movie from the early nineties. They've remained a few times. But i was doing this tea party for this little girl. She was fourteen years old. I guess not so little bit. Yes little and she had a dream do a tea party with the cast and crew of alice in wonderland so we put together this team so we had the food elements. We had someone to manage the like the that the entertainment piece the props design of the room. We have all these different skill sets that we brought to the room to make this party happen. But here's the other piece. Is you have to sit in the one. You have the dad who's paying the money right so you have to be able to sit in his shoes. What is empathy being able to sit in someone's shoes without judgment. So you have this dad who just wants to give the world of his little girl and she. And then you have the little girl who has this dream of. I'm gonna meet alison. I'm gonna need the matt hatter in the the rabbit and the queen and then you have the disney brand you have the characters and you have the encompassed of the actual storyline. So i had to with my team. Go through in alice's shoes
Reem Kassis: The Arabesque Table
"Palestinian rights ream cusses released her debut cookbook palestinian table in two thousand seventeen four much critical acclaim now cast is is back with her second book. The arabesque table contemporary recipes from the arab world the released takes a broader look at contemporary cooking across the arab world emphasizing. How much different countries. Sharon have influence on each other. I spoke to causes a bit earlier on. She started by explaining. Why choosing the name for the book too long then writing it. I submitted my second manuscript drafts without a title for the book but in hindsight is actually a blessing more than anything because the name derived as a result of the experience of writing. And what i learned along the way and the reason we chose. The arabesque table is arabesque. As you might already know is an intertwined hatter or design that is recognized and islamic arabic art and what i wanted to convey with. The book was at cuisine. Similar to this artistic pattern that inspired the title is inherently also infinitely intertwined and more beautiful as a result in addition to that though i mean we were trying to get a name that conveyed what the food was and to call it. The arab table would not necessarily have been accurate because there were a lot of dishes inside. That were inspired by other cuisines intersection of those cuisines. So arabesque conveyed both of those things. You know the intersection at the same time. The idea that it is not purely one regional kind of cooking in the book but tell me more about the approach you took when you were working on this book you say that you wanted to celebrate the evolution of middle eastern cuisine. One thing i specified in the book is the whole idea of the term. Middle east doesn't convey accurately the cuisine of our region because middle east is simply a term for a region that was between the british empire's easternmost colony of india and europe and what really ties. The cuisine of region together is it's being arab and it's acculturation under arab and islamic
"hatter" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Just about time to put the wraps on this cap for this Wednesday evening, December 2nd 2020 Jerry Jeff Walker with you once again. And once again joining us for some tech took our I T guy or tech guru. The man had her of Fort right, Kentucky. Dave Hatter, joining us to talk about a number of things in the Internet of things world that you probably need to know about if you don't already. Let's start with this story, Dave. Good evening. By the way, How are you? I'm great. Jerry. Jeff, How are you? I'm all right. Well, you know, I'm I'm Cove in free. That's good. That's a good place to be at this point, not knock on wood. I can't do it too hard. It hurts my head. Anyway. This is entitled. The algorithms are watching us but who was watching the algorithms and we've heard that word a bunch even as it relates to the just past election. And algorithms and voting machines and the like. So what's the story regard, Dave? Well, you know this. This does have a somewhat of a connection to the election situation, and certainly the electronic voting machines. Now This particular story is all about bias and a I, but it really gets to the heart of it is our world because increasingly technology dependent and everything is becoming software. Right. And, you know, if you talk to people in the business now you'll hear you know. Software to find networks. So instead of heaven, like physical switches and routers, and that sort of thing, it's all software based, because you can build a configuration and save it. It's easy to change. You know, so more and more things that used to be physical or mechanical are becoming software. And, you know, thankfully, there are people raising these kind of questions out there saying, okay. How do we really know what that software is doing? I think you and I may be a couple of years ago, talked about a story that was in the Atlantic called the Coming Software Apocalypse. I bring this up all the time. It's a fascinating article. I encourage people to read it because the gist of it is as we become more dependent on software. Um, either because of Implicit or explicit bias. And just good old human error. Right? Programmers write these programs. We all know No one's perfect. People make mistakes. Not maliciously, you know, due to negligence, student accomplishments and confidence. Just good old fashioned. Missed a cue. No the fuck where may not necessarily do what you think it's going to do. And as the software gets more and more complex, and we bring in things like artificial intelligence and machine learning where the software is, to at least some extent, learning on its own, how to make decisions. It gets harder and harder to really understand what the software is doing and predict. What it should do, and then ultimately determine did it do what we predicted? It would do And if not, why, How do we know why it did what it did? And you know, these things are getting harder and harder to define. And it's more and more systems could connected and share data and get started to figure out where something went wrong. So Um, it's it's the old adage, though, Dave that a program will only do what it's programmed to do. But that's true to a point. But that's becoming less true because of things like machine learning. And these advanced algorithms that can look at large amounts of data and, you know, do statistical analysis and you know, predictive analytics and so forth, make decisions on their own that they weren't necessarily line for line program to do. I mean, what you're saying is true to a point. But it's less true than it used to be. You know, it's less true than, say, 30 years ago when computers were very dumb, and the program literally just did whatever you told us to do now, even in that case, if you get 10 million lines of code You have to figure out how did you get the line? 9,732,000. And this one particular instance may take you a while to figure that out. You know what? I'm saying? That you kind of going back to the voting system, right? You know, they're saying there could be, you know, fraud in there. Well, has anyone sat down and analyzed every single line of that code? Do they know exactly? You know how it made this decision of that decision. As far as I know, The answer to that is no so far could be wrong about that. But it's the same kind of thing, you know. Is the software doing what it was designed to do have people put back doors in it. Allow them to control it surreptitiously. And you know this. So this, you know, the sort of who watches the watchman idea is as a sui rely more on artificial intelligence and machine learning. How do we really know how it's arriving at these decisions and that it's doing what we expected to do it? It's a fascinating topic. Frankly, I think it's kind of scary is a guy who spent most of his career as a software engineer. And I've told you this before. I mean, I'm sure I'm responsible over the course of 20 plus year career for thousands of bugs, none of which I intended by the way, just right. Had a bad day. As you said, As you said, This doesn't have to be a militias intent for this thing to screw up with the algorithms. And you're talking about that 9,776,000 whatever line of code and a 10 million line. So anyway, I want to go to something That is, by the way. Here's a tease. We're saving the best story for last here tonight, but I want to get to this. This thing from Yahoo life talking about How to protect your kids from hackers who were tricking them into his installing, purposely militia saps and how to keep your family's safe..
"hatter" Discussed on BrainStuff
"To brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren. Vogel bomb here. If you've read Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in Wonderland or seen the movie adaptations the character of the mad. Hatter is bound to have left an impression. He's eccentric to say the least as presides over a rollicking tea party that Alice attends but the idea of being mad as a hatter will in the British sense mad meaning crazy not angry. It didn't come from Carol and if you like. Alice have a tendency to fall down. Rabbit holes this phrase is an interesting one. Carroll's book was published in eighteen sixty five but the Oxford English dictionary puts the earliest known use of mad as a hatter in eighteen twenty nine. That's three and a half decades before any march hare's or dorm. I sipped tea or the Cheshire. Cat made his famous claim of the General Madness of the inhabitants of wonderland. Where all mad here? The actual origin of the phrase mad as a hatter is unknown but it's believed to be connected to mercury poisoning in hat makers several years after Allah's had her first appeared in eighteen. Eighty three the phrase hatters shakes was used to describe the condition caused by mercury poisoning. The symptoms include muscle tremors and mental and behavioral changes. Wonderland's hatter behaves strangely in the novel as do most of the characters but his friend seemed to accept his oddities as being normal today. Mercury poisoning is known to the medical and scientific communities as Eric Ism. The modern list of symptoms include irritability and mania both of which the hatter displays. But there's also sleep disturbances. Depression disturbance hearing loss and those telltale tremors at least the bladder of which the hatter does not seem to have though to be fair. He only appears briefly. You may be glad to learn that. Although short term exposure to Mercury Ken 'cause Earth Ism. It usually goes away if you can avoid further contact with mercury long-term exposure such as that that dental professionals and chemical workers experience can mean the symptoms persist in any case. Eric ISM is a rare disease after the tea party. During the playing card court trial to determine who has stolen the tarts the hatter explains the king that he has no have his own because he sells all of the hats he has which brings us to the last stop in our rabbit hole. A what does mercury have to do with hats? It was part of a process called carrying in order to make felt which is what many hats are made of. You have to get the for of a beaver or rabbit to stick together in a Matt. Thick stiff fabric. A which means you have to get the for off of the skin to get the for off the skin. Cleanly mercuric nitrate was used. It came to be known as caring because the solution would turn the edges of the pelts orange as it dried modern haberdasher use hydrogen peroxide to remove the from the skin which is a slower but much safer process but apparently lose. Carol didn't mean to slander hatters via his tea party. Host of I the Phrase Mad Hatter never appears in the book he's merely called the hatter it's the other characters like allison the Cheshire Cat who consider him mad second. Carol wants responded to a query about the word play in this his most famous work by saying. I'm very much afraid. I didn't mean anything but nonsense. Today's episode was written by Kristen Hall. Geisler and produced by Tyler claim for more on this. Lots of other curiouser and curiouser topics visit how stuff works dot com brain stuff production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio fits the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows oh I see you look over there. Is that culture less coach. Don last countries calling. This is Matt Rogers and this is Belen Yang and you might know us from shared credits including SNL show shrill nor from Queens and broad city. So yeah what those credits you can tell. These people must know what they're talking about. And here's the thing we do. If you listen to this pop culture podcast and we Satan opinion pop culture. It is henceforth law every episode. We get into the formative culture that made our guest say culture was for them. Well if that sounds interesting to you and you WANNA keep it in. The iheartradio family listened to.
Why Was the Mad Hatter Mad?
"To brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff lauren. Vogel bomb here. If you've read Lewis Carroll's Alice's adventures in Wonderland or seen the movie adaptations the character of the mad. Hatter is bound to have left an impression. He's eccentric to say the least as presides over a rollicking tea party that Alice attends but the idea of being mad as a hatter will in the British sense mad meaning crazy not angry. It didn't come from Carol and if you like. Alice have a tendency to fall down. Rabbit holes this phrase is an interesting one. Carroll's book was published in eighteen sixty five but the Oxford English dictionary puts the earliest known use of mad as a hatter in eighteen twenty nine. That's three and a half decades before any march hare's or dorm. I sipped tea or the Cheshire. Cat made his famous claim of the General Madness of the inhabitants of wonderland. Where all mad here? The actual origin of the phrase mad as a hatter is unknown but it's believed to be connected to mercury poisoning in hat makers several years after Allah's had her first appeared in eighteen. Eighty three the phrase hatters shakes was used to describe the condition caused by mercury poisoning. The symptoms include muscle tremors and mental and behavioral changes. Wonderland's hatter behaves strangely in the novel as do most of the characters but his friend seemed to accept his oddities as being normal today. Mercury poisoning is known to the medical and scientific communities as Eric Ism. The modern list of symptoms include irritability and mania both of which the hatter displays. But there's also sleep disturbances. Depression disturbance hearing loss and those telltale tremors at least the bladder of which the hatter does not seem to have though to be fair. He only appears briefly. You may be glad to learn that. Although short term exposure to Mercury Ken 'cause Earth Ism. It usually goes away if you can avoid further contact with mercury long-term exposure such as that that dental professionals and chemical workers experience can mean the symptoms persist in any case. Eric ISM is a rare disease after the tea party. During the playing card court trial to determine who has stolen the tarts the hatter explains the king that he has no have his own because he sells all of the hats he has which brings us to the last stop in our rabbit hole. A what does mercury have to do with hats? It was part of a process called carrying in order to make felt which is what many hats are made of. You have to get the for of a beaver or rabbit to stick together in a Matt. Thick stiff fabric. A which means you have to get the for off of the skin to get the for off the skin. Cleanly mercuric nitrate was used. It came to be known as caring because the solution would turn the edges of the pelts orange as it dried modern haberdasher use hydrogen peroxide to remove the from the skin which is a slower but much safer process but apparently lose. Carol didn't mean to slander hatters via his tea party.
"hatter" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"As we always talk about it's like for you know fishing weather thrown out a thousand lines they only need one or two people are tight and it's worth our while go to the acute hearing centers dot com hotline and talk to our tech guy about it Dave hatter so Dave you sent out some stuff today and that literally hundreds a day of these things are are going out there right yeah thanks for having me on the title isn't it I mean these people are too difficult to stick up for me so I can I can imagine but they also note that if your business is already in a time of grief K. are concerned you're having trouble distinto but as a result of this kind of virus you're much more likely to pay the ransom if they're able to give you a ransomware protection if you like a hospital you you you can't afford to have any downtime but also family for them you know this is the time to make hay and you were literally seeing thousands of these attacks now new website you can set up every day it's just that and David what you just said there is is very important because you know we've talked about this over the years here guess what these folks will do is like you said dole get a hold of a hospital's information patient information will say look we we can not release this the public but it's going to cost you fifty thousand dollars some now in normal times maybe someone could pay that but I think you make a good point now when you know there's so much market volatility you you know people are kind of you know hold on to what they got kind of thing people you know are are just going to try to kind of pay this and let it go away because it's like one less problem have to deal with right yeah you're exactly right the FBI has recently come out of the recommended that folks not pay ransom to get ransomware and again just for your listeners in the ransomware is I get software installed on my computer it encrypts all my data and then they say I'm not gonna unencrypted today's use of that point a lot of critical as you pay a ransom the step outside not only if you don't pay will not give your data back we will publicly release your data so now there's an extra incentives to pay this did you know you might conclude you might have all kinds of regulatory compliance issues of that silly so yeah the bad guys are taking advantage of this now because he's got time to figure out can I find the key to unlock it can I stay in business long enough to worry about it it's it's it's a sad state of affairs when people just need to be extremely vigilant now Ashley regarding anything you get the claims to be about coronavirus code nineteen because it's it's easy for the fact that the copy stuff off a legitimate fight like national institutes of health or CDC they knew that the pull you into thinking it's with Janet he need to be super skeptical and you go to the seedy side CDC site on your own or national institutes of health on your own don't click any links don't battle over the software ace and Dave switching gears here from a you put out and I I saw a thing on Facebook the other day that not only are people doing crappy things like this but also there was a cyber attack on health and Human Services the other night is that correct that is correct we're trying to basically someone trying to screw up the process of working on a vaccine itself if you think about it they're all different the Packers out there right you get some people who rejected the testimony and then you have other folks typically in the industry called A. P. tease about a persistent threat to are often nations with North Korea which are good friends in China it's Russia Xcerra and you know they're they're attacking these government organizations not necessarily steal money but just to cause chaos and slow things down this particular attack on Sunday night appears to have been a distributed denial of service attack usually pull DDL S. thank you to HHS claims that didn't do any damage and that they have recovered from it you know experts have speculated it primarily was just an attempt to slow things down and and throw more chaos into the mix my guess is if it's ever released he was behind it will find it with some nation state actors some hospital in any state just trying to throw throw in kind of hurt the chaos in the play trying to make that last topic be careful about what enemies any more opportunities to cause anymore traffic but we're already dealing with with this co parenting thing all right with that day will let you go back great information I'm sure we're gonna be talking to you soon often always my pleasure I thank thank you there's our tech guy Dave hatter that's messed up but like the world's coral get those people man I'm a big believer in that the world is a vampire as we as we all know Gordon's great Billy Corgan a Corgan right but yeah the the attack on the HHS offices that's just bull crap you know yeah it's but it makes sense because you know people just don't you know there's you know look all the authorities F. B. although there they got their hands full with I'm sure but billion other things so they know they're not going to get followed up on so it's it's a prime time to be a predator so we're at it let's switch gears here for a minute and and not necessarily light up we get into other stuff going on in the world we're gonna talk to your buddy in Tampa yes so I was in the big news in the football world there is a thing called football on Monday hopefully it'll real soon it'll come again but Tom Brady of course is signed with the Buccaneers and this is one I mean there's a lot of teams thrown out there for teams you could potentially go to you know the Chargers the colts you know the at the raiders you know it but he's not going to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers my guy Anthony back he's my broadcast partner with the with the S. pen last four years former Buccaneers player he now does like you analysis work for the box your order bring in Malaysia tell us how it went down radian what the Tom Brady led bucs are gonna look like excellent boots on the ground in Tampa but now we have traffic what is going on rob from the UC health traffic center keep yourself and those around you healthy prevent the spread of illness wash your hands often and follow our health tips and you see health dot com northbound seventy five is greatly improving from an earlier accident now between two seventy five and Cindy wrote it is a bit slow there but it's much improved from where it was still a bit of a back up due to an accident on west bound to seventy five between Colerain Avenue in blue rock and it's got you very slow back to Colerain Avenue we're keeping our eye on that one so far the backup hasn't gotten much bigger than when it first occurred there is an accident that's caused the closure of Martin Luther king drive in both directions between Clifton and Jefferson due to an injury accident there I'm rob Williams news radio seven hundred WLW the forecast from the seven hundred WLW weather center for tonight rain maybe a storm possible low of fifty four Fordham out rain likely again thunderstorms are possible and a high of seventy it is fifty nine news radio seven hundred WLW.
"hatter" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Guy our tech guru the mad hatter Dave hatter at Dave the headline of this article you sent me total surveillance is not what America signed up for it and it goes through the things that are on the books constitutionally American and what the courts have decided to federal crime to open a piece of junk mail that's addressed to someone else we know that I mean you can't go to somebody else's mail box all right listening to someone else's phone call without a court order can also be a federal crime the Supreme Court has ruled that the location data served up by mobile phones is also covered by constitutional protections government can't request it without a warrant and we sing those news stories play out and then comes the big boat but the private sector doesn't need a warrant to get hold of your data there's little prevent companies from tracking the precise movements of hundreds of millions of Americans and selling copies of that data set to anyone who will pay the price tell me about this yeah that's an interesting case I'm not generally a big fan of The New York Times yeah this is one of several recent cases where they're trying to drill down into this surveillance quietly created all based around the financial capital of the model you touched on it before the break you know realistically speaking no one is building all of these athletes services and websites and products out of the goodness of their heart they want to get paid and if you're not pay with money you're paying the data you are the product not the customer yeah we talked about this off and on for a long time but what I think is really interesting about the park while encourage people to read it the the title you can easily find if you search total surveillance is not what America signed up for yeah they they touch on some of the items you mention and then point out that all day long in order for your cell phone to work right you have to know what Selatan tulis constantly popping off these kind of ours and of course that minimum your cellular carrier knows where that phone right the system is designed to work that way yeah it's not a blog it's not a glitch that's the way it works so at minimum your carrier your cell phone carrier going to know where that phone is most the time of the system could work when they make out is that over time we've been rolled into this state Hey this app is free that after three I need this thing you know to a call on my phone so I can do whatever it is I'm gonna do this great new game this thing that shows what I'm gonna look like in twenty years yeah and most if not all of those apps are free because they want your data some of that they're tracking you they are in essence tracking you they are basically they certainly cannot they want to capture that location data and do whatever they want with it to your point earlier in this segment there really aren't any rules or laws around what private organizations can do it so you know if you can you can install twenty apps on your phone all twenty of those could be collecting all kinds of information including detailed location information about you all day long everyday in the article they mention here the largest such known father beneath them by journalists it reveals more than fifty billion location paying from the phone for more than twelve million Americans while it's so you know you're getting extremely detailed information that shows exactly where people are all day long among the other things they can potentially get off the phone like the meta data about who you called tex masterbuilt contact information all kinds of other things well when I get I'm using safari Sam out somewhere muezzin safari to find some business a restaurant to get it or even get a phone number because I don't want to you know pay for for four one one which my Kerry will charge me for that I found out real quickly up so it it puts a prompt in front of the screen it says wrote allow your location to be known or don't allow or allow one time only it is that is that kind of me giving permission to have whoever track my location where I'm at at the moment it is when you do that so for me I have an apple phone yeah and I generally turn off the location tracking on the apple phone so that way if I were going to use the apple maps application or some other kind of application for mapping I have been able to location or it doesn't know where I am right exactly that's what I'm saying yeah so on item selectively enabling it and disabling it and generally keep it off most of the time now again Verizon the carrier that the phone is connected to sure those were the phone in the wall of the phones on uneven at open mics we can't warranty not to sound too conspiratorial but have you noticed most nor folk don't give you a way to take the battery out and and it's well known that the FBI has enabled devices where they don't appear to be turned on that they're using the device is essentially a you know an elaborate eavesdropping device can capture bad guy this political case out there where they have admitted that they've done so I can't tell you for sure that if the NSA or the FBI is now to get you you know they might be tapped into the camera phone the microphone X. center in your device but even if it doesn't appear to be all in but in general if you turn off the location tracking your at least in a scholar of all of these private companies that can be collected data about you and that would be my advice to you Dave I'm I'm this great information but I'm running out of time so tell me real quickly about the special sun glasses and license plate dresses they can make you an anonymous in the age of surveillance yeah so facial recognition that everywhere now there there you know but a lot of people who are well known technique attack no Craddick type people who've raised concerns about this make a long story short I don't know where but on the legislation some cities have banned it there has been some discussion about this in Congress but if you want to try to hide herself for facial recognition there are companies out there now like reflect the goal that's the name of the company it makes glasses do you put the glasses on your face and they basically throw off like an infrared signal without these cameras up near your face is like an amorphous white glowing orb yeah basically it's just sort of blocks your face out now to the naked eye I mean these classes you can debate how stylish they might look but to the naked eye they don't appear to be any different than normal classes however to be special recognition standing here where they pretty much just white and now they can't recognize your face if you are conspiratorial in nature and cry in our prime mind you can debate where you land on that yes if or if you're a criminal well yeah and you don't want to be identified get yourself a pair of sunglasses some special Alan Lewis what vehicle would not be interesting what is this what is the license plate dress the light weight draft that was also mentioned in the in the article yeah I think basically it it has a bunch of license plates on it and it's designed to turn off a license plate readers in the police use of a private place very nice so you know well interesting I got a minute and a half year so Tessler obviously trying to lead the pack an autonomous vehicles and in one of their test of tests was auto pilot it was faked out by a phantom figure can you tell me about that in a minute yeah so yes the moment my tire career as a software engineer tear gas I will be wide than any cards that are fully autonomous anytime soon this story gives me broke they have done some testing and shown that essentially and I'm just going to make it very very you can have a drone and come over and project an image onto the road again very layman's terms and based on testing they've done it will cause the vision system if you will in front of the box on the vehicle to think that that is a real thing and not merely some sort of damage and you know make the car break my car swerve extent of it's not necessary a bug in the software or fiber security issue with the machinery that makes this work hasn't been trained to be able to discern is am I seeing something only a real object in the road or is this just an image so if you give me points out again that these things are not ready for primetime yeah it's cool how far to bands but I I will be right in the face any time soon and I can show you that that you know it's gonna be a while before every conceivable concern you could have about these things is worked out no no no thanks for me Dave Tanner you can hear him I not only here that I can't.
Democrats make final push in lead-up to New Hampshire
"Our colleague Scott dentro E. is in Manchester the largest city in New Hampshire a state you're sharing with many a presidential candidate this morning voting is tomorrow in a presidential race that is evolving even though we still do not have the final results from Iowa a week ago Scott good morning good morning Steve this is something probably everybody should try to do once or twice their life be in New Hampshire it primary season what's it like it's a it's a festival atmosphere there is media from all over the world at these events there are big crowds one funny thing is the amount of political tourists from all over the country here so I have learned the hard way to ask people where they're from at the beginning of the interview on at the end so you don't have this insightful conversation where you from only I'm from Ohio it's really fun to be here for Canada or who knows where well how is Joe Biden doing the man who was until very recently seen as the front runner yeah and his entire campaign he was focusing on this general election strategy ignoring the fact that he was running against other Democrats in Iowa change that quickly that fourth place finish on Saturday his campaign launched an attack ad be little wing judges experience is the mayor of south bend Indiana Biden also criticized to judge for regularly comparing himself to Barack Obama come on man you think these guys in this guy's not of rock Obama in but it just had a pretty quick response to that here it was on CNN the next day well he's right I'm not and neither is he so good yeah just saying this is a new moment there's a need for new leadership and that really coincides with the judge may be winning Iowa either way we know he finished in the top two in a very close race in and seeing rising poll numbers New Hampshire and a lot of the grounds did Biden also target the other guy in that top two and Iowa Bernie Sanders he did saying something that you're hearing from a lot of Democrats concerned about electability and the fact that Bernie Sanders is a self about democratic socialist that was a point in the debate you're hearing more and more of it as is Sanders gets stronger and he Byron is arguing that would be a real drag for for Democrats in house races especially those seats that flip control of the house Sanders was asked about this yesterday on fox news and he made a point that he often does in this moment he criticized president trump and saying that there is socialism going on right now but it's of socialism focused on corporations and subsidies and tax breaks the difference between my socialism antrum socialism is all I believe the government should help working families not a billionaire New Hampshire is a state that Bernie Sanders won by twenty two points for years ago even though he keeps telling people about that reminding them of twenty sixteen is campaign is saying Hey nobody expects a margin like that this is a close race is still there feeling very confident where does a somewhat more traditional Democrat Amy clubs are fit in here it's a great question and it's one of the big themes of what's going to happen Tuesday that I'm really curious about you have seen signs of closure momentum boost since Iowa particularly since our debate Friday night where a lot of people thought you did really well she seeing big increases in fundraising and crowd sizes and she is taking up in several polls as well I need your vote because I truly believe this will be a victory for getting away from the extremes and the noise and the nonsense in our politics so for closure I think it's less about maybe winning New Hampshire but more about forcing herself into the conversation of which is the best candidate for the moderate wing of the party to put forward here to ask for Elizabeth Warren it feels like she's really kind of getting squeezed out of the conversation as the focus gets to to Joe Biden and people to dread going after each other she was really absent from large chunks of the conversation and that Friday debate to her frustration she was asked about whether this back and forth hurts her claws we're gonna have to bring our party together in order to be Donald Trump and the way we do this is not my watching a bunch of tax on each other trying to track down the way we do this is that we talk about the things we can walk on together everything I talk about so Warren finished third in Iowa again as far as we can tell it was a little bit ahead of where the polls hatter but still she she got out of that focus on the top candidates you have to wonder what another third place finish would do New Hampshire next to her home state for the future of her campaign and we are expecting was with Warren on this program a little bit later on this morning Scott thanks so much as always thanks and your Scott dentro is reporting today from Manchester New Hampshire where the primary comes tomorrow
"hatter" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast
"It was just a bunch of hair care products than be like odds nothing and find out it was seventy five guns or whatever the hell that guy took up to his room himself ridiculous fifteen or something. Yeah Yeah it was. It's such a weird story too. Often business and business I would play on offense With suspicious people I would play on. Defense doesn't look right. Go check them out. Yeah Well that's the world we live in now okay Just want to change joie topics a little bit here. Let's lift the mood a little bit. You wear many hats as we've been discussing you wear many hats. Why they call you had her? That's what actually I have A. I wasn't gonNA ask us. I really wasn't going to ask. This is from my partner Nathan thin he wanted to. I'm embarrassed for them. Embarrassed for them. When you get angry do people call you the mad hatter? You probably heard that a million times a No actually the question phrased that way a never heard. Actually what's funny is when people put it together. They think they're the first runs and people like has anyone ever called you. I was just GonNa say you probably hear it all the time thirty five years of my life. You're the first one that made the connection. Normally get no one asks if I mentioned that. Come in the matter But I guess by default molasses header supply mad hatter but now the only time mad hatter ever happened was my fire academy in Sports Sports and and the culture in the Fire Academy is similar to being on a team. Yes you'll Manhattan. Grabbed the ladder up there. Whatever whatever mad hatter grabbed the ladder? There's make money matter to drop a record mad. Hatter grabbed a ladder. Make money matter. I love this. We're just we're we're dropping. Bars get fatter. We're spitting rhymes were in flow. Let's talk about real estate investment. How did you get into real estate? Investment what types of investments. I mean you touched on a couple of them but how did you get into that specifically so yeah so again back when I was in the wheelchair. That's that's the career I picked. Because all the wealthiest people people I talked to had real estate is common denominator so I specifically stepped in residential demand cartoon preaches against it and I agree that if I had to choose one of the other bind Holden Apartment Armand building but for most people don't have the down payments whereas that Gonna come from so to bind hold. He's having a show a couple of times and we argue on. I think I agree. Agree with the majority of of grants philosophies on investing I definitely have some disagreements and we love arguing on his show. We've got three or four videos on his. Is Youtube channel of US going at it. The problem is he thinks he's right and I know I am and so is a conflict but agree with him but you both be wrong. Yeah exactly I'd love to agree with your grandpa them. We're both wrong. But so no. So Grant Nathan Guy spoke it thrived twice and also a genuine friend of mine. We were just texting last last weekend when he was in. La We're trying to make dinner so Tons of respects but having different business ideologies in strategies is what makes friendships awesome and so loved to grant but I've made millions of dollars in residential and so to just say avoided altogether For those of us that can build the systems systems and understand. It's a business like anything else in the there's all these fixing flip shows on TV. That may look easy. But there's a whole hell of a lot of work that happened on the two minute commercials. You didn't see writing so for but those were the tree like business and understand. The industry boots on the ground is you said others plenty of magnet residential. So I've done very well in residential ineffectively. my career evolves so. So what I'm doing now as I am buying fixing flipping and residential and then with the profits from that as well as profits from my mark and company thrived whatever else enrolling into buying hold multifamily family. We picked up three hundred eighty six units in August alone. Two different buildings A one forty three unit to forty three unit for a total of three the eighty six units. The one forty three is in Lexington Kentucky and the two forty three is in low Ville I used to call Louisville Louisville but I was corrected its low Ville Kentucky and so another difference Grant running a hedge fund is buying now AAA beautiful all properties in very expensive parts of the world I like to stick with the B class properties in the Midwest those twelve hundred fourteen hundred fifteen hundred a month rents treat s well and value. Add you're asking about strategy. So I like buying properties that are you know below the occupancy rate they should be rents are lower than they should be in that local market the market is strong. It Scott Great Migration. Excuse me not exit entrance by gration. There's a good local infrastructure there Because although you're in Canada not necessarily closed you might know what happened up in north New York with Kodak going under in all that sounds like when you have a marketplace's places super dependent on one particular employer that's scary but so so strong local economics good demographic ethic I look for properties that need some fiscal repairs. Because I'm not afraid of anything we've bulldozed houses to the ground and built new ones in their place. There's no amount of work. I'm afraid of if the numbers make sense sense of course And so I'm looking for mom and pop owners that just got burned out. They got exhausted and Maybe what should be a solid V as now a C.. Plus so I pick it up up at a great price start to overtime raise. Rents raise occupancy renovate as needed and turn it back into the be. It should be You know do our cap bags. Whatever it is and then in a cash flow that they were doing the ten year interest? Only fixed Right now so most of the acquisitions were doing have like a sixty tenure exit plan and where we will do one of two things depending on the deal either refinance SUC cash out by another one or just self liquidating ten thirty one of the next. I don't know if you guys have ten thirty one Canada. The tax strategy here did not pay capital gains tax to take all the profits and buy something new. That sounds something like Robert kiyosaki business. Something similar to what you're doing kiss agree Riyan more things that I've had a chance to meet him a couple of times. A very good friend of mine is his stock advisor. So a guy named Andy. Tanner you can google. He's a great guy he's is a great friend of mine and he is Robert Kiyosaki stock advisor because of Anti. I've had a chance to meet Robert Couple Times. We see a lot more to I on many subjects. Believe believe it or not then even Cardona Naidoo again love to Khartoum but kiss ocoee and I are are birds of a feather for sure even with his thoughts of traditional education occasion. And I don't know if you've heard I'm gonNA rant about that but I think this guy I don't have any hate for him. The only real negative stuff you hear is I think it was zero six or whoever was the bought the rights to his brand that weren't necessarily the most ethical individuals and what sucks for his sake. Is he basically sold his image his name his on name for fifty percent royalty and the people that were managing it in some cases where Kinda crappy so the only time I meet people like screw is Arkie. It wasn't even him the per people that used his name. But a friend of you listening who are on the fence about that guy. I don't know what he does in his private life behind closed doors awards but professionally. We see I and he was a very kind person. Okay interesting. Here's here's a question. What's the single most important something? A real estate investor needs to know. What's the single most period? Probably such a lame answer but dude you have no idea. Because that's my game and I do have bit of following on social media all randomly like. Hey everyone I'm going to be at this restaurant Thursday. See they're like one hundred and eight people show up. This was a couple of months ago and the number one question I get asked this Cole. How do I make money like you in real estate and I say do? Do you need an education. Pretend I'm a doctor and you're coming up to me saying how do I get medical practice like yours or pretend my dentist when you come to me. Hey how do I get a dental practice like you. The answer is go to medical school or go to Jen to school Zoology whatever the heck. It's called subbiah dentists in for real the state because you don't need a four year degree because there's no traditional education to be an investor. Show you can go get your license. I don't know what it looks like in Canada but in California any specifically it's forty hours of training and then you have to pass a test at a seventy percent higher seventy percent forty hours of training you're a realtor right and know fenced any real hosted agents yourselves or any of your listeners. Could but I am a realtor never once was I taught investment strategy how to be a martyr to be an entrepreneur how to generate leads to close those leads none of that I was taught like Arizona emissions and compliance policies and procedures and just basically how to not get in trouble. Liz Oh what is sorry to cut you. Aw I always find like people are plugged. Sorry no offense to the real estate industry but the funny thing is is i. You know what's different about us as I always say. Shame on the real estate estate industry for telling agents and fitness box. And do these things not Honestly Shame on the industry. They've told Shabelle Industry for sure. Honestly anyways continue can you. I'm sorry So so bottom line. Is You need an education right. Yeah like any other career. I was getting my haircut couple of days ago and the woman had her cosmetology algae license on the wall. I'm disaster along to take to get that in the state of California. It's eighteen hundred hours. It takes eighteen hundred hours to be legally allowed to cut hair in the state watching five episodes of flip. This House is not enough education successful. So so that's it and it's never the answer people want they want me to refer them the one book they can read in a week until then you'll be millionaire cool. That's called something for nothing. So my recommendation is being apprentice or work alongside Successful investor Go to the credible live events willing to give a shoutout to my mentor. Dan Merrill with the fortune builders they used to Canada But no fence your dollar's the week right now is hard for them to make money. They're so they stopped going to Canada but fortune builders yes they sell education but the content. You'RE GONNA receive as more than what you've paid for And so I would. I would look for someone who's not just going to pitch you crap..
"hatter" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast
"Like our guest himself as well as Gary Vein egner truck. Grand Cardona Tullow -Pez Eric Thomas and many more. I mean the list is actually ridiculous when you think about it I. I was mentioning earlier. I I feel guilty that I have not attended yet. I have friends and family who pretended they say that. The thrive conferences are the best are the best in the industry. Life changing changing even Korea. Have you been to an event that was like changing the conference. That was life changing. I can't say I have no well. Apparently thrive is. And if you haven't guessed it or you don't know our guest today is none other than Mr Cole Hatter Coal Welcome to the run GPD podcast. Welcome guys thanks for having me and I have to humbly agree with of everything you said and Corey. If you'd like to experience a life changing event you're GonNa want to go to thrive next spring because we'll do just that you would have to be not in the room or defend blinds. You can't see or hear it to not have that experience but if you can hear see and you're there it will change you. APPROX walks listened. Call listen call. I'm happy to have you on the podcast. Glad we connected. And before we get into a discussion I just want to read your bio. If that's okay because I like BIOS like yours punchy in outlines what's important in your life and only a few sentences and I think that'll set up the conversation if that's okay Kohl Hatter is a husband Father Entrepreneur and investor. He owns a marketing agency. Invest in real estate startups and several funds exceeding one. Hundred hundred million dollars calls. Cole is also the founder of thrive. Make money matter a global movement teaching entrepreneurs how to dominate in business and in life while making the world a better place call has sold over one. Hundred million in products from the stage alone loves teaching entrepreneurs how to close more for sales and make more income so call obviously with the bio like Dat. We're excited to talk to you about marketing entrepreneurship and obviously real estate. But I I was I was telling you earlier. We like to touch on the daily habits and routines of our successful and inspiring guests. So we typically ask how you got your day started. I know you travel a lot. I know this because I follow you and social media but is there a typical start to the day in the world of coal hat or do you have daily routine. Like what's the first thing you did when you woke up this morning morning. Yup So we do travel quite a bit regardless of where we are assuming. Our children travel with us which is ninety nine percent of the time First thing I do everyday always is is both girls. Jump in our bad weather in Vegas Hotel or here in my house and we just do what they call family cuddle time. It's my wife and I on the ends the girls in the middle and we all all just hang out and to pitting on hourly they wake up because my daughter's Both have foam. Oh which is fear of missing out for those that don't know and the second. There's the slightest tange ray in the sky there like up like rockstars ready to party so sometimes days start earlier than others but we always start their period period. And then if it's a regular week where we're home in its school. We eat breakfast as an entire family non-negotiable always and then the entire family takes my six year old. The school The three-year-old is about to start preschool so she hasn't done that yet. But all four of US my wife myself my six thrilled we all go and take the six year of the school. My wife drops drops the six year old off at Walker all classroom. We say goodbye That's about seven fifty School starts at seven forty five and then I go straight to the gym. I work out.
What Are Honey Badgers Really Like?
"Pillow friends. This is Ron burgundy the entire first season of the Ron burgundy podcast is available now to stream or download and what a season it was Peter ding glitch. Mr. Deepak Chopra, the San Diego chicken, Mr. rupaul. We should get out of this elevator. Find the Ron burgundy podcast on the free iheartradio app or wherever you get your podcasts. The Ron burgundy podcast another reason why I heart radio is number one for podcasts. Welcome to brainstorm production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren vocal bomb here. Unless he we're living under the sort of rock that does not get WI fi in twenty eleven you've probably heard of the Honey, badger, biological classification. Mela Vara Pence's that year a YouTube video went viral featuring a collage of National Geographic footage, showing Honey badgers eating snakes running backwards and chasing, jackals with expletive ridden, aeration, featuring the refrain. Honey, badger don't care. It's now been viewed over ninety one million times and Taylor swift has admitted to being able to recite the entire video by heart and although the Honey badger has established a lasting place in internet culture because of this three minute comedy bit. It's celebrity make us think we know more about this strange solitary animal than we actually do the truth is on Abacha's aren't well understood because they're extremely difficult to study. We spoke with Derek vendor. Meta with the endangered Wildlife Trust in South Africa. He said, how Honey badgers became famous in America is incredible. We get so many calls for America. Wanting to come film them because of the famous YouTube clip. They don't realize how difficult it is to film, Honey badger, because they're very intelligent, a lot of them forage at night, and they have extremely big home ranges. Some of them up to five hundred square kilometers that's three hundred ten square miles. Honey, badgers are more closely related to a weasel than a European badger, and they don't actually eat Honey, though. Their weakness for beehives and the tasty be larva within often gets them in trouble with humans, they live in a wide range of habitats from forests to deserts, but mostly hang out in dry areas in Africa, southeast Asia, and India, Honey, badgers have become synonymous with aggression, and ferocity Guinness world records has named them the world's most fearless creature to the point the particularly nations, professional athletes, sometimes earn Honey, badger, as nickname, they the Honey badger animal, not the athletes have a reputation for being nearly indestructible. But the truth is, they're short, just about eleven inches at shoulder height, which is about twenty eight centimeters and not very fast. So there's sometimes attacked and killed by bigger predators. But for Honey badger, the best form of defence is attack. Vulnera- said they're thick skin is loose so loose. In fact, that they can almost turn around completely within it. If an animal bites the Honey badger on the back, it can turn around and bite the animal right back. They have long claws on their front feet that they use for digging, but which they use for fighting as well. Inexperienced predators a young leopard, lion hyena, for instance might try to attack a Honey badger once, but they'll never try it again after the first time Honey badgers off, untangle of venomous snakes. But one misconception is that they're naturally immune to venom while it's true? They eat a lot of items animals their immunity needs to be developed over time how Honey badgers acquire? This immunity is not well studied or understood, but mother Honey badgers spend a long time raisin each pup fourteen to eighteen months and as the baby grows it seems, it's mom slowly. Introduces it to venomous animals starting with the mildest scorpion and moving up the venom ladder, until the youngsters eating cobras and puff Hatters. Another thing we get wrong about Honey badgers is that we think they're like, skunks, because they bear a physical resemblance in there for pattern skunk, spray. A strong unpleasant smelling liquid at their attackers to gross them out and get them away. And while it's true that Honey badgers. Do store revolting smelling substance in their anal pouch and they occasionally release it when they're in a life threatening situation. They don't weaponize it the way skunks do. It's more a panic button than a threat of though. It's still something, you don't want to get on you because that stench lingers. When Honey badgers were first described in South Africa. They're often found in B's nests apparently feeding on Honey. Hence the common name. But it turns out that they were really interested in the be brewed through nutritious larva found in the honeycomb Monday nervous said in South Africa, the Honey badger was listed as near threatened in the early two thousands beekeepers were killing them, because they were causing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage to the beekeeping industry, breaking into hives not only. Do they destroy the hive itself, the beekeeper loses Honey and the swarm of bees? It's actually quite a lot of money, some badgers, just learned to live off sacking beehives, and they were being persecuted for it, but over the past two decades, the relationship between badger and human has gotten better London marva explained what we did in South Africa is start raising the hives off the ground by one point one meters, or three point six feet or strapping them together, or two tires on the ground. This prevents the Honey badgers rolling the hives, which is how they access them in early two thousands half the beekeepers we surveyed admitted to deliberately killing Honey badgers because they were costing them so much money since we've come up with these methods for preventing the badgers accessing the hives beekeepers are no longer killing them. And we've noticed an increase in numbers and in range in some areas, they've since been downgraded to a species of least concern, which is great news. Because even though they've got terrible personalities Honey badgers are good for ecosystems they live in, because they're not as fast as other predators. They'll dig rodents out of boroughs, but miss catching them thus providing food for birds of prey and jackals, which often follow a Honey badger. Around waiting to catch the Honey badgers intended prey, it's okay though, the Honey, badger don't care. Today's episode was written by Dave rou and produced by Tyler clang brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's has to works for more on this, and lots of other pugnacious topics. Visit our home planet house, two forks dot com and from our pod has for my heart radio is iheartradio app. Apple podcasts are ever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi, I'm Chelsea handler. And I'm launching a brand new podcast with iheartradio called life will be the death of me. And I'm gonna talk to all these different people, my BFF Mary McCormack. That's what we should call. My book tour the apology for great idea. Sorry. Everyone on this whole podcast should be called. It should be called with the orange because of the orange theme of the book Archie. Glad I went to therapy. Life will be the death of me with. Chelsea handler listening subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
Movie remakes: the good, the bad and the ugly
"We look at remakes the good the bad, the ugly possibly some other surprises. Here is co host and actor Doug Hutchison, Doug, how's it going today? How are you, my friend? All right there. I'm good. I'm ready. I'm poised, I'm doing really, well, thanks for asking. And I'm excited about this topic movie remakes, I believe it was inspired, if I'm correct me if I'm wrong. But and our last show, we were talking our theme was movies about loss and grief surrender and one of my on the list was movie called pet cemetery based on the Stephen King novel, and I really enjoyed the rigid version, and then found out, they were making twenty nineteen version, which just came out, which I. Haven't seen, but I started lamenting about remakes and questioning the validity of remaking movies that are already made, you know, impeccably, so why remake them. So I think that spurred this topic on, but I just wanted to preface it this by saying that we call this remakes the good the bad and the ugly. But in my research, I actually surprised myself because I found that I actually started liking a lot of the remakes that was digging up the ones that I had seen. And so my list actually has more smiley Osman Ali faces on it. So I guess my list my list is not the good the bad nucleus that the good. I one ugly, just a mention at the very end just for the heck. But anyway, I was wrong. I just gotta say that. I'm gonna confess it. I was wrong. I think there is validity in making certain remakes and I have enjoyed as you'll see a handful of them. Many of us in smiley face by them. And I'm gonna tell you mine are just the opposite might have a frown. After after off your conversation. Holly told you I was looking at the positive and the bright side of everything. I'm gonna try and five five down. So. Great minor five thumbs up years or five down mice, the glasses have full years. At the half full once you're five. Okay, so in, in no sense of order whatsoever, by the way of priority. One of the remakes, actually really enjoyed is Tim Burton's Alice wonderland twenty ten. The original versions, of course, there, were it was nineteen fifty one there was a version of wonderland. And then there was a TV movie version in nineteen eighty five Tim Burton cast as the often does that amazing cast Johnny Depp. He's always cast in depth. So debt plays the mad Hatter Tim Burton's wife, who I've heard they possibly getting divorced. I think I read this the other day which is unfortunate, but it's life and relationship I suppose. Helena, Bonham Carter? It plays the Queen of hearts, young actress by the name of mea was the cow seat in Australian actress plays Alice Crispin Glover plays the knave of hearts. And I can say is in a nutshell Tim Burton. I mean. Filmmaking God or what move? He's actually come down from the mount filmmaking Olympics to give us his gifts or he's made a pact with the devil, because everything this man touches to me turns into gold and his vision, his, his special effects, his whole take on his movies are just unbelievably original income Pele. I loved him Burton as you do. And so Alison wonderland twenty ten Tim Burton's version. I loved it Coleman who call. I'm going to do research on the internet. I'm see anywhere. You came from a good place for that. It's great for me. Number five linking. Said, good things, these are not in order, because this might have been number one for me, the Halloween remakes, specifically by rob zombie. Who's the singer slash director? People that absolutely are in love with his movies. I find him to be one of the I hate shitting by hate it. It's not my style. Rob zombies, Halloween movies are among some of the worst I've ever seen, but not just Halloween. He directed. Oh shit. What are those movies he directed? All other coal classics God. How come I mean? Blinded, I loved that he made it wasn't a remake, but devils reach, I'm not gonna want a lot of people like that movie I do not. I, I don't like rob zombie style. He, he was on Howard Stern bragging on how quickly he shoots movies and I'm gonna know shit. It shows like it's like. Yeah, this looks like something you shot overnight, like it's I should be more friendly towards Massachusetts. Born director. I dunno house thousand corpses. Grind house at devil's rejects. I, I am not a fan of especially the Halloween. It's just he's not as cute as thinks he's on his creative as he thinks he is the movies, look like even shop quickly. There's there. I just find him highly unappealing I to tell you, I've had two interviews, one with another podcast host. Absolutely loved them. Shame on you for saying that. And then I had on the director of directed. I'm not gonna mention what he directed, but he dragged my favorite horror movies, and I said, I'm going to tell you I love this. I compare this something like rob zombie Halloween. I said, I'm not really a fan. He goes robs a friend. I'm like, oh, sorry. Okay. I should have said that. But I'm just I'm just not fan of rob zombie Halloween. And that doesn't even case into account. How awesome the original Halloween movies are even the last one they came out this past year with with. What's your name plays the lead in the Halloween movie stuck? My brain is out to lunch today. Gene, Jamie Curtis. Jamie Lee Curtis. Again, of course. Rijo. Yeah. And that was directed by the latest one when she was in. It wasn't directed by her. It was okay. But completely unnecessary leave the ones that came out the originals alone, their final even the one two three I love them. But yeah, that's how I lick never been touched again. And you and I have talked about the Halloween mask ironically whose face that is. And I hope I hope you believe me now it's face. I did not do any research because I think maybe just slipped yourself a little bit of acid or I don't know some kind of drug or something because that's crazy. I do not I because if I think about that, and I watched Halloween again, what my going to be
"hatter" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"That was that was after Airbnb just spoke in our clinic here in in Lawrence, and we shared moments of Bill McCartney that he and I were never really I had left and gone to Michigan. When air pulled in Sal in Nessie, who I recruited past really in the first year that I was back. In fact, we were on a road trip at UCLA at Michigan Michigan. We're playing UCLA on the road. And I and I got a kind of adult response when someone said to me, did, you know that the cell Nessie passed, and I went, oh, I didn't really know. So but. You know, what's interesting about this? This this football you get into the game. Because you want to help some young man, you know, for his goals teach him how to base block or teaching the throw pass or teach Mata catch teaching on the tough teach them how to be a man and and do a bunch of things. But was she also didn't really know that when you signed up for the sport. You're also these people in these in these people need care and understanding an arm around her shoulder now and. And now in that somebody passes, and it's not an easy thing to help. And. I think the I think that's that's one of the things I enjoy because I I get to step into for private place, and I get hopefully make a difference and. That's just what ball. You definitely made a difference in countless young man's lives. And he it's obvious. And it's wonderful, and these young men that are playing for the Kansas jayhawks and will play for the Kansas jayhawks in the future. You will make a great difference in their lives and appreciate you share. And all of that with me today. It means a lot to me, brother. Thank you, a we a every time we see each other week. We we we're on the same train one. We're heading the same path we understand what's what's going on. So. We'll do this a bunch, and and you gotta come up here this places beautiful coming up promise. Okay. I will come see you a promise, man. A when you let me let me range a good old-fashioned party. We we'd celebrate that. I love you are Jim. And I can't thank you. And we will do. And you have a great day, brother. Thank you for your time to. Hey, thank you, see. That's in right there. The last thing he said is it? The impact of the game of football. Is unlike anything else, what can be learned between the lines is so much more important than blocking and tackling and numbers on a school board. What can be taught between the lines is so much more and so much deeper and so much more emotional. Than numbers on a school board or blocking and tackling. I say it in my book, I wrote an entire chapter in my book coming out in August. Called never settle about the impact of high school football in America and the threat it weaves through the American fabric in so many ways and within so many layers and the way that coached just said it in the emotion with which he said it is so good. When you think about the men that he has impacted just think about the guys he coached just at LSU, whether that's Odal Beckham junior whom we mentioned Jarvis Landry whom we mentioned in the interview Patrick Peterson Leonard four net. I mean, it goes on and on and on the talent down. There is ridiculous. And he had such a dramatic impact on those men not just between the lines, but outside the lines will think about that Marty is coming in there and taking over a team, and then you have Hurricane Katrina. And these guys are looking at you as coach, but. Guy that he has to guide these kids..
"hatter" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"He's my family sleep in the my I'm on a couch or on the floor. It was thin. I chose to take the field behind the line. And that we would then throw everything in our in our that was a distraction to us outside and we would cross that field, and we would practice for two hours, and we would be excellent and they bought into that too. And then I asked them to ask their parents. Hey, listen, while I'm practising two days. Could I have? Dead. And most of them got beds, which I was thrilled about so it's just remarkable. I mean, it's a it's remarkable. I had the most interesting conversation a couple of weeks back with John cale Calipari at the university of Kentucky about how I feel. He's changed college basketball from the perspective that he embraced young men who by the rules needed to go to college for a year. And he said come here, I will prepare you for all that's coming all the outside. Influences money, hangers on all of those things, and I will prepare you for the National Basketball Association as best you can be prepared in one year. And hopefully, we will win together at the university of Kentucky on route. That is something I really never considered that in that one year. He was pulling entire families out of very difficult situations, and you see in engage in invest in those families that that they are pulling out of those very difficult. Situations. I wonder for you. There's some rough parts around New Orleans in Louisiana. I wonder what that was like for you to know that you are giving a platform not just for one young man, but for a future of entire families and potentially in some cases generations of families, some of these men that you coach their their dream is play in the next level and in fell, and I think that they want to reach back and help their community, and they really want to help their own family and. I've always seen that as part of a. Group, you know, of of your team the be a part of that group that goes onto the NFL and generally speaking, they put themselves in a position to give back to their family. And I I think the first year that unions became eligible we lost the second year we lost eight. I think that that those two numbers, you know, consecutively set a record. And and one of which was a to Marcus Russell who left and his he was the first player taken. And he's. He's a guy that absolutely, you know, looked at his family and and looked to pay back so his community. He he runs a football league. And or he ran football league at one point in time youth football. And I think you'll find that there's a lot of men there who are tied the family and tied to improving their community, and and football and onto the NFL just one way. And and it's, but it's a way that guy's in New Orleans guys in northern Louisiana. They have that they have that want that ability, and they're going to do it. And in every way, I can remember real quality wide receiver. Planning NFL today. And he they we just had the ability to give them a little extra money legally..
"hatter" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"He went went home and took some Olympic shoes and some stuff that he was going to give to again, those people that were less fortunate, and and then we were supposed to play a home game against the North Texas North Texas had to cancel we couldn't. We could. No, there's no way that we could have had had a game in that stadium considering all the emergency vehicles that were going around us every day. And so we backed it up, and you know, postponed one, and then we decided there. So stay was one that we could play a way when it was her home game. And and and theme flies off to air Sonal. And where they bring us to a stage, and they say we really want to welcome you and have a great game and enjoy yourself, and and I'm thinking to myself, but they're really saying is come on in here. We're going to see if we can beat the living. Tar heel. You. And they their hospitality was gracious wonderful and the Tigers one late in the game. And jamarcus Russell hit to Wayne bow and got back on that plane and wind up when eleven games that year. And I think Tyson Taksin, you know, call been we gotta play for the state. And so what we did is we added that to our what were the important things if our team we play for play for team we play for our state, and then we play for our selves, and they they played that way for the length of time that I was there at promise. Thank you for sharing with me. I can tell I can feel the emotion that you still have about about that time about those young men who really were quite a buoyant emotional. Group for an entire state and re Pima leaders special different way beyond their years coach, they were bearing hurt and pain that most twenty year olds could not fatigue. I mean, they were in that that Pemex sometimes until two or three o'clock they had parents and families moving into the dorms. I gotta green Schuyler sushi. Look for Teague. He's my family sleep in the my I'm on a couch or on the floor..
"hatter" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Now, it's time for my unique conversation with Kansas jayhawks, head football, coach, les miles. Les miles is an American treasure a singular personality someone I've gotten pretty well in the in the last few years and someone I admire greatly and coach I can't tell you how much I appreciate you taking the time, brother. Well, we always have fun. You know, we, and you always you have a view of life that I share. So I think it's I think I think it's good. We'll we'll enjoy some time with your your subscribers. And here we go. I love it. All right. Let's start in Lawrence Kansas, the Kansas jayhawks rock chalk now coach that is not among the first universities mentioned when we think of college football's powerhouse programs. What was it about this challenge that intrigued you and lead you to take this on? Well, I always wondered why this wasn't just a. A great winning when I was in Oklahoma state. We played here and beat them in a competitive game. And I just looked around. And I said it's just beautiful here legitimately a gorgeous place. And then I I find when I'm once I'm here. Great academics, a rural quality fan base fan base. It's that need some some winning football. And I mean, it's it's kinda what I thought it it has the opportunity to win and win consistently. Why do you think you can do it? Well, I don't know that I'm gonna be doing it. It's these players and the opportunity to change culture and to poise a question at them as do they want and do they wanna win. And do they wanna have a great team and? And do they wanna play in in bowl games? And do they want to sacrifice all those things that that can be distraction to a real quality team? If they have that will win lot games. And again, it it'll be team and quality assistant coaches, really good people. I the might team the the guys that I've met the guy and I go to work with every day in terms of onto the practice field. They're really good quality people coach there's the old adage that absence makes the heart grow fonder. So I wonder what being away from the game for a couple of years did to impact your passion for it. And you'll fondness of it. I don't know that I changed much at all. But I can tell you that. I enjoy taking the field with a group of men who want to improve. Who want to work hard who can't wait show me how and that I have always enjoyed and in the other day. I pulled group of guys in my office for another reason. And they asked me, why did you why did you choose Kansas? And I said because it's it's not gonna be and I I enjoy the the opportunity to do hard things. And and but I'm going to be able to loan. It's gonna it's gonna take a group of guys that are willing to say that and do that themselves, and so far they have I I've enjoyed walking on the field taking the field grass. You know in the air. I'm just telling you, I was not born to shovel the walk in you know, through the grass around the yard. I'm not I'm not talented there. I don't have the Bill..
"hatter" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Y'all. Welcome to the Marty. Smith's America podcast and not the Marty's Miss America podcast. This is volume forty eight in the very first installment within the lebatardshow and friends podcast network. I have said it I will say again from the rafters. I am so thrilled that Dan and his group believe in what we're doing and champion what we're doing. It means so much to us and. Obviously pretty Dag on beneficial to. This is an awesome show today. It's kind of funny. I was going to interview Rick flair. We told you guys that but rig needed to postpone our conversation for a week and so- Travis, and I spent a bit of time scrambling, and we had basically reserved ourselves to the fact that we might actually have to push a week and wait until next week and then out of nowhere. I get a text from my man, less miles who of course, won a national championship as the head coach of the LSU Tigers who led LSU for many years. He's talked about that. That's what change if it could Marty as the Buckeye still upset with that. So let's keep moving past. That know how old were you like eight? No, I was a sophomore in college there. Well, I'm sure it did smart. So let me repeat coach miles led the LSU Tigers to a national championship and had a very very distinguished career there. One a lot of games. And for the last couple of years has been out of the game. And now he is back in the game as the head coach at the university of Kansas, the Kansas jayhawks, and I adore the man, I do he is hilarious. He is so kind he is thoughtful. And when he sends me this text out of nowhere. I was like I wonder what he's up to. So I asked him could you give me a few minutes, and he was gracious enough to give us more than a few. And it's funny because the man's hilarious. We've all seen the antics. This is a very different type of conversation with him. And that was on purpose. All you guys know, he's funny. I wanted you to see a side of him. You probably have not seen before extremely introspective emotional, and for example, he takes over the LSU program and just before the first game he'll ever coach at LSU Hurricane Katrina happens and. Suddenly he has a legitimate life crisis on his hands with all of these young men under his watch who are from that area. Some of whom can't find their families. And he is the leader that they can look at for answers and help like knowing that when you bring young men into your program, some of them come from really tough backgrounds and learning that the stipends that they receive as NCWA athletes are going home to the families and not in their bellies. You'll hear him discuss all of these things I learned a lot about that man in this conversation, and my respect for him was already very very high. It's higher. And appreciate his time so much before we get to my conversation with coach miles. I want to remind you guys that Dollar Shave Club is awesome. I love the Dollar Shave Club has everything I need to look feel and smell my best. When I'm on the road. I just got back from the east regional I was gone for five days in Washington DC, and I took Dollar Shave Club with me because it does in their kits. They have everything I need to look my best. What I love even more than that. Is the fact that I never have to go to the store. That's because one Dollar Shave Club delivers everything I need right to my door and two they keep me. Fully stocked on what I use. So I don't run out. Here's how it works is real simple Dollar Shave Club has everything on need to get ready. No matter.
"hatter" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Mad Hatter I like to call him Gary Jeff in for Willie on seven hundred wwl w. Now, this is this is a really disturbing story. We talk about all the devices that are connected. You know to the internet and have the availabil- availability of being hacked. Now. It's smart light bulbs. Tell me about that. Yeah. So this is when you get into the whole bucket of smart devices or not internet thing. So many of these things get rushed to the market, and they're just inherently insecure out of the box and door expect you as the user to understand, but you need to do things like change the default password update, the software installed inside the device periodically to fix bugs, and that sort of thing. So I personally while I think there's a very strong case for businesses to use all kinds of devices that have sensors that can capture all kinds of useful data that inform. You what's going on in your business? From a consumer standpoint. I personally have none of this stuff. Because so much of it is inherently insecure. He finished you plug it in unless you know, what you're doing. And even if you do know what you're doing depending on what it's designed to do it can leak all kinds of information about the article. I said I saw that these life XBox, particularly if when you discard them there are people who could be dumpster diving and would be able to get your WI fi passwords. And all that stuff. Exactly, right. Gary, jeff. So it goes to show that again, you go out and you buy there's crickets cool to be able to control your light bulbs. Make them change colors like Philips Philips, hue product is very cool. But this thing I never heard of this company. Find a way you plug it in it gets on your wifi network. So that you can talk to the bulb just like any other kind of smart device might write the point here is some security. Researchers cook things apart and found that the password for your wifi network is stored in clear text gets access to the poll after you sorta way or whatever they have your password, and it's got a variety of other security flaws to without getting too technical. Like, you mentioned the encryption keys are stored in plain text of again, they can be beauty by someone. But knows what they're doing us. So, you know, I'm not as concerned for people that, you know, there's a whole bunch of people that have bought these light bulbs, and they're going to get hacked. It's more about these kind of stories just keep recurring over and over and over again. So this type of IOT device webcam baby monitor. The ring doorbell ring doorbell. I mean, it's it's a never ending list of these things get rushed to market people buy them, and all of a sudden cause some sort of significant flaw in the that, you know, you may not a bargain for so I'm not suggesting that people don't buy this stuff. I'm just suggesting if you are going to buy any kind of quote, unquote device you need to do your homework you need to find out who's behind it. What are they doing? Try to understand that when you plug it in, you know, it's on you to keep it updated. It make sure that it's secure where you're sitting yourself up all kinds of crop. About your thank you bet your kids being exploited sexually online through Instagram and tick tock, and these other sites somebody asks do you like any particular parental control smartphone monitoring application is there anyone that you suggest? Net. Nanny has been around forever. What that's a great question. So here's what I would encourage people to do because like everything else these things change regulate any number of of forces out there like ZD's if Davis net or seen that or consumer reports where they have editors that review the software right past it. You know, they they basically confirmed that it does what it says. It's so would you would you go to those sites? Yes. See what they recommend because you you've got professionals doing paid to do these type evaluations. You're going to get some pretty good guidance fair as opposed to just roll the dice and hope that whatever you get actually works, and malware, that's actually. All right. Finally, there's there's like a new app every second it seems there is. In Great Britain farmers. There are using an app called toddler. It's tender for cows. Find the best breeding partners for their cattle. Isn't it? Isn't it possible that a bowl could lie about his profile online? Well, she didn't look like a pretty Heffer to me. She lied. And cows do lie. I'm sure they do and the person, Dan, I'm sure would never oversell the great characteristics of their cattle. So how does this? What does it work like human tender? It. Sure looks that way. It sounds like someone came up with a creative way to say, okay. Let's make it as easy as possible for people who are interested in purchasing cattle, for whatever reason whether it for you know, that services for lack of a tour crowded, or you know. You need some cattle essentially, an online marketplace, apparently the company behind it. If someone called hectare Agritech. They're already into sort of e commerce and a variety of ways they've got a website called green decks where they sell green online. So apparently, they created a website called so my livestock in two thousand fourteen and pretty much what they're doing. Now saying let's make it even easier. I don't know what you'd have to be in front of a computer and pull up a browser or anything in. And they've taken sort of a whimsical approach this with the main powder, and they've got some things like well you can play for your cattle. I mean, it's ridiculous. But basically, the gist is you can go in there, and they they claim to have forty two thousand UK farm animals in. So if you need to you need, a partner for your cattle, for whatever reason, you can pull this thing we've gone from cell. Mike cattle to blink Mike cattle all in nap. It looks that way that way goal. It says is to unite sheepish farm animals with their soulmates. It does make sense though. I mean, I can understand this being a useful app. I just thought it was hilarious. When I heard about it tender for cows. Manse diamond right match time. And right now is on his phone trying to connect with totter because he likes farm animals. Yeah. And I'm sure pigs and sheep and everything else will be next. Right. Someone to look at this and say, wait a minute. I need to sell my pig. This'll be a good way to go or whatever. It's an interesting innovative idea. And it does show how again in some ways technology brings advances in years ago. You couldn't even thought of something diamond how long you've been in radio real quick. How long? Off and on since so too. I definitely think he's hooked up with some pigs. They didn't even he didn't even need an app. Dave Dave Hatter for four. Right. Thank you so much. The mad Hatter my IT guy. My tech guru on his Friday in for Willie. I appreciate your time. As always, sir. Always my pleasure. Gary Jeff, thank take care. Right. After news. We're going to be talking to Jeff Capelle. If you don't who Jeff is he's a blue city councilman has been for about a year, and he is one of the people behind the website, no more stadium taxes, and there was a little Twitter storm between himself and Bill Cunningham that raise some hackles and eyebrows overnight regarding Jeff Burton who is on the air yesterday with Scott Sloan is still fighting what he would say the good fight to get this FC Cincinnati deal finally signed sealed delivered and the like and just talk to Jeff about why he. Opposed building the stadium with it. Now, they FC Cincinnati clemes. You know, it's it's all privately funded inside the bowl outside the stadium. And they they got some issues there, obviously as you've heard this week. So we'll talk to Jeff Capelle next. Your phone calls five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred eight four three two four four one pounds seven hundred AT and T's of free. Call one oh, six Amy Murray on mirror cranley pedestrian task force. And does all this talk about a wall in the national merging with emergency. Really mean anything because we could all be blown up in an instant if Yellowstone goes we'll talk to a professor geology from the university of Cincinnati at two six this afternoon. Seven hundred wwl wwl news,.
"hatter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Number two on the list is Kiana raves. As neil. They say he got one hundred fifty nine thousand dollars per word. And he said six hundred and thirty eight of them did he make one hundred and one million dollars off of that? I didn't know there was going to be a quiz. I just don't like how this was all put together, Johnny Depp was guests from one of you, Johnny Depp. As the mad Hatter in Allison wonderland now. This is getting a look realistic sixty six thousand dollars per word. Six hundred sixty one words. Allow who comes at number four. Yeah. Wow. How? California. Okay formula, how great impression sorry. I know you were waiting for that. Okay. Who else he was Terminator two judgment day? Already got paid thirty thousand dollars per word. Now, this is a lot more realistic. Those first you must have been big time back end deals that means Jack Nicholson made ninety six million for the for Batman guys. He was good. Ninety six million. That's got to be a back end. Absolutely back in deal. Well, and Jack Nicholson was like. Know top of his game. Knock knock. Who's there? Now now. Number five Sigourney Weaver rounding out the top. What role what role what role in? Alien alien resurrection. She got paid twenty three thousand one hundred and twenty eight dollars per word. Pretty good payday task Angelina Jolie at number six, Johnny Depp. Again at number seven for the tourists and Leonardo the cats. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. I how are you guys? We've reached that point in the program. We're going to be taking your confessions at six five one six four one one zero seven one what in your opinion is the worst Christmas movie? Give us a call. Yeah. Well, they right back. Mytalk one zero seven one everything. Entertainment. What are the things you want to avoid when it comes time to sell your home? Hey, it's chase with my buddy Kris Lindahl. If you're.
"hatter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Out the guys at silt. So you did you got a little bit of response from people. Jeff Koch said I've read the storage lockers story guy reached out because he was afraid the person with the seven point five million would come looking for it, nap, perhaps the money wasn't necessarily clean kind. Excess. Maybe tell chapels locker as you said southern California close to the border sounds like cartel money. Maybe and another person added might be shady money buyers didn't wanna keep looking over their shoulder. So they settled and you saw the Chuck Ladele fight. Oh, yeah. That's not good. Got mad Hatter send us a tweet and said, look, you know, not just he's forty eight. I guess he got knocked out and five of his last six fights before retiring several years ago because he just kept getting his clock cleaned. Yeah. You know, the mad Hatter works. Yeah. Good work. That's right. Thirteen year old girl leads police on one hundred mile per hour chasing, a stolen van. Thirteen year old girls arrested in Iowa after she led police on a wild chase and a stolen minivan. Chase began on Sunday in the morning after bluegrass police officer responded to a report of a vehicle break when you officer tried to pull the van over the teenagers. Sped off. Wow. Geez. When the chase. Finally, ended officers found five people in the van who ranged in ages from thirteen to eighteen well, that's odd. That's even. Were.
Florida Woman Says Kratom Tea Caused Daughter's Brain Damage
"So a mom is suing because her child has brain damage after consuming Craton t. So Florida mother claims that her daughters t- habit left him with brain damage, and assuming three establishments child used to frequent for negligence, she's doing them for negligence, and these were three establishments are kid went you Mary Tobar who's nineteen year old daughter Brett allegedly suffered psychotic episodes in March claims that the herbal remedy left the teen with frontal lobe damage in frontal, lobe damage does affect personality bars lawsuit claims that the tea is a dangerous products that has certainly caused injury to people, and it has certainly caused injury to our client. I find that very interesting when you know, people use a term twice in the same sentence. Anyway, there are no FDA approved uses for Craton and the agency morning. There isn't agency warning properties that expose users to addiction abuse independence. We'll talk about credit credit, MS. Some claim that it can be used to treat opioid withdrawal symptoms with the FDA warns. There was no reliable evidence to support this theory. I'm not sure why the girl was drinking it the agency has called from a research into the substance while warning consumers not to use any products labelled as containing the botanical substance Cranham or its psychoactive compounds might tragedy and seven hydroxy but tragedy. The FDA has linked to substance right now to forty four deaths in the US. So apparently, her lawsuit names Beulah on the beach Beulah. Cafe and mad Hatters. That's no botanical t bar all located in Pinellas county. She's at her daughter frequently visited those locations over four year span to drink crap. Not now, of course, the news outlet van wizard claims that they establish wants fail to warrants VAR of dangerous side effects, which makes them liable for bodily injury, and resulting pain and suffering aggravation, preexisting condition, mental anguish, lots of capacity for life past and future, medical and nursing care expenses
"hatter" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"The mad hatter is my favorite character i just love how how silly he is is one of the most silliest characters in the movie aside from large hair marchers just crazy i think but the mad hatters just kind of silly and i think that's on the note somewhere earlier that he's liking to a child you know he's like mad one moment and then happy the the next you know the my favorite scene is going to have to be the tea party just because of the pure silliness of it really love how out of it made sense she was trying to take the drink of it see she never she never got to she got a nose full of sugar in one part and how creative they were in pouring that see that was just that was really cool and then the the small little segment that was my favorite was whenever the dodo bird is coming to the aid of bill the lizard and the white rabbit because alice grown the size of the house he goes oh yeah no burn the house down yes burton have wait wait out loud i love the lizard i totally forget them governor governor i agree with you about the the tea party scene it's so fun i love when he's just a half a couple do and it's like literally flights in half the wrong way butter and mustard the the clock that's the they just it's so playful and so much fun that actually that was my favorite scene was a half a cup of tea made me laugh out loud and then yeah impression that terence doodo the mustard i mean like it was just like so quirky and and that's my humor and when it happened i was like it was it was amazing philly lemon limit.
Marco Rubio says there are preconditions for Trump summit with Kim Jong Un
"As uniquely amazing has her available had only one place that's why he went to jarrett hey this is ron owens and if you're looking for me i'm on the 50s yeah that's it i'm talking twelve fifty three fifty nine fifty it's the ronna ones report what do we do well we and we've done that for years forty two years the bay area we continue to do that lots of people that you know maybe some you don't know certainly a lotta politicians love politics at doesn't change a lot of lifestyle gas and pop culture so join me monday through friday while fifty three fifty nine fifty right here i'm ago also um davis in air did he say anything that we heard from bristol no now i didn't ask okay and we're gonna go now hold off of the conversation to we know whether or not she's calling it crystal from the bachelor my wife was very excited at that that i met her last night but we did get her to do or say her a funny voice that she did per sixty voice at jimmy kimmel hatter duty of act on let's give the news now marshall bill of saleh's studying share to the us relationship with north korea president trump accepting an invitation to meet with the north korean leader kim daejung now kim reportedly as offered to put his nuclear weapons program on the negotiating table florida senator marco rubio republican member of the foreign relations and intelligence committees though was on cbs this morning and sounded very very sceptical about the upcoming meeting if it fundamental question is whether or not kim jongun will ever accept not having nuclear weapons that that's what the core here because if he's not willing to give up nuclear weapons and have voted to strike the united states than my sense is that this is basically an effort to undermine international sanctions now another round to report says the pentagon wisconsin totally off guard by the announced meeting and there's been a lot of grumbling supposed lee by staffers at the state department let them grumble always please grumbling at the state department it just seems so clear to me all you freaking geniuses with your ideas it's for the last 30 years.
"hatter" Discussed on Dirty John
"Reporter's called him the mad hatter and the lord high executioner and he was famous for eliminating potential witnesses he died in nineteen fifty seven riddled with bullets and in new york city barber shop you might have seen the photo john and karen's grandmother did have the surname anastassis but i couldn't find a conclusive genealogical linked to the mob family what matters is that john grew up with this as the family lower and in the way others boast about forebears who are on the mayflower john bragged about this supposed mafia pedigree you know and if anybody did anything paired goner you know my dad with house you go out there wasn't that can take care of the brooklyn mentality of your party you get even if you want to get back at company you don't get back as dan you get back at their family backed were that mafia mentality came in john would you really influence by my dad and not drawing locked on you with the glamour of a mafia scrambling in it you know i look at it now and her daughter weird the sisters say their mother had an affair with a casino worker and their parents divorced at the time karen was a high school freshman and john was a sophomore and that's when she says john started to go really bad it was a very bitter it was the berry angry divorce you know we were they all american family two boys and girls and literally when i came home and it was gone.
"hatter" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Term mad hatter there is a good reason for that the mad hatter is from the mercury used treat accounts especially for the beaver palce to remove the hair and then so then it could be pelted the bodies for the hats of these these hatters work the mercury with their bare hands so that would penetrate dare their bodies get in their bloodstream and then that's where this thing called the danbury shakes comes in and that was a a real thing because in danbury connecticut the united states sh biggest hub of hat factories and it was a real thing and these men which us shape they would handle merck cape police hats can and should be worn for any occasion i encourage women to wear their hats grocery shop i have a customer who loves fascinating series and she came in one day and she is like kate i have to admit something to you and i thought it was going to be bad and as she sake a hate doing housework okay we all hate than we had was or pick up on two vacuum i put on my fascinating n c vacuums and take set extra minute to pop it on and she continues lissette with her housework so it the magic of a hat is that it king louis of the in to help with selfrealisation b e that eating jane matenaer wtmj news the abused my job series.