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What Else Did Shel Silverstein Write?

BrainStuff

04:15 min | 11 months ago

What Else Did Shel Silverstein Write?

"Decades ago in the evenings around closing time a man with a very bald head and a very dark beard used to come sloping into the mysterious bookshop in New York City. His shoulders hunched is the warding off a perpetual cold wind. The proprietor auto pens ler had come to expect these visits indeed. He looked forward to them. He would close up the shop and guide the man back to his. Inner Sanctum. A book lined study with floor-to-ceiling shelves there the bearded man would deliver a Sheaf of papers containing a new freshly penned mystery story to be added to the theology. That Pencil publishing the writer refused to take any money for his efforts. Even though pens lawyer was paying well. He craved compensation. His eyes gleamed as pennsly- slid his payment across the desk between them. It was a stack of used books containing dozens of stories written in the mystery genre later that night he would devour them one by one but first pens lawyer and the bearded man would talk and talk. They talked about books about life. Auto pens layer was just recovering from a devastating break-up and so they spoke about battling in a recent phone interview for this article. Pennsly- remembered that at a certain juncture. His guests said something so piercingly insightful and eloquent about the break up that it took his breath away Henseler said I wish I could remember what he said but I failed to write it down what I do remember. Is that when I expressed my amazement at his facility with words he just shrugged and said I guess that's why they call me a poet. He could've added among many other things because our bald and bearded man was Shel Silverstein a true renaissance man. Of course many of us know him as the author and illustrator of the giving tree a light in the attic and where the sidewalk ends among many of the other wildly successful books that he wrote Andrew for children. That's only the tip of the proverbial Iceberg Silverstein also drew cartoons and wrote plays for adults and penned numerous songs especially country songs. In fact he won. Two grammys for song. Writing one of them for the Johnny Cash. Hit A boy named Sue Sheldon Allen. Shel Silverstein was born into a Jewish family in Chicago in nineteen thirty his father and a bakery which only began to thrive in the wake of the Great Depression. After high school. Shell spent some time studying at the Art Institute of Chicago and later Roosevelt University but was drafted into the US army serving in Korea and Japan. Silverstein began working for the military periodical. Stars and Stripes and it was there that he began regularly publishing his idiosyncratic cartoons after his military service Silverstein got a job as a cartoonist. For the fledgling magazine. Playboy for his playboy gig. He traveled the world sending cartoon dispatches from Bahrein wide in nineteen sixty three Silverstein. Met Book Editor Ursula Nordstrom. Who prodded him into writing books for Children? And that same year he wrote the giving tree a book about the nature of Altruism and selfishness there would become his most famous and popular work his sense of the absurd and the whimsical cartoon line drawings that illustrated this and all of his books would become his hallmarks in deceptively simple language. His exploration of the innocence and imagination of childhood made him one of the most celebrated and widely read authors for generations of children and adults like Auto Penn's lair recall Silverstein telling him that he spent a year living at the playboy mansion as a guest of Hugh Hefner. It was there that he met Susan Hastings with whom he had daughter named Shoshana in nineteen seventy tragically. Susan died in nineteen seventy five and two. Shana passed away. Unexpectedly after cerebral aneurysm. In one thousand nine hundred two by many accounts her death utterly devastated Silverstein in Nineteen eighty-four. He had a son named Matthew with Sarah Spencer. According to Pens Ler Silverstein was a deeply eccentric. Man Pennzoil told us for instance. It wasn't unusual for him to be having dinner in a restaurant with a group of friends and then suddenly announced that he was done. Get up take a taxi to the airport and flight of Chicago or Los Angeles or Florida or wherever he felt like going on the spur of the moment shel. Silverstein died of a heart attack in nineteen ninety nine at the age of just sixty eight but in story song and image. He left behind a remarkably prolific artistic record.

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"henseler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"henseler" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Len Barker with me today is Joe henseler the executive director of the old town are that business improvement district. The old town are bad business improvement district. And basically what we do is we focus on making old town are Bada a vibrant happening community where people want to come and spend some time. You know, we we work on marketing down here in communication with the businesses and throwing excellent event. And how do you go about attracting businesses to old town are Vada? Well, really, you know, we just throw it out there that old town. I've added an amazing place to do business at we have awesome community of businesses down here who were really really well together. And it's just a happening place to beat the we hope that people always kinda wanna come in. And when their space available, you know, open up a business down here. Can you tell me some of the business you have right now? Oh, sure. So one of the new businesses that actually just opened up his flights wind cafe. So they moved out more and decided to come here to old town are Vata, and we couldn't be more happy to have him, and they had this fantastic patio out there. So we're getting into spring and summer along with everybody else's patios that are going. They're going to have a great one. I mean in addition to that stars restaurants go we have the arvada tavern. We have these tacos we have the schoolhouse kitchen libations, there's the bluegrass coffee and bourbon mount which is an award winning restaurant. So get great restaurants, fantastic Burris. And then of course, you know, the most unique little boutiques in retail shops that you could have whether it's you know, if you're a fly fisherman in your into Charlie's fly box. Charlie himself is a legend in the industry, and then we just have like cute little boutiques like boon or there's bail fire goods, which does you know handmade. Artisan jewelry. So a lot of different options for everybody. Really? And don't forget about palm fruits saying that. Right. Oh, you know, we actually lost a free go. Yeah. They left the community. And after so many years we were sad to see him go. But there is this fantastic restaurant. That's that's gonna be coming up soon. So, you know, be on the lookout for that. I don't want to announce before they announced, but we do have a great restaurant that is coming in to fill that spot. And please tell me Rhinelanders is still there. Oh, Rhinelanders did the third generation bakery down here. They are not going anywhere. Just the best people over there making some of the, you know, tasty little treat, you're gonna find and the cool thing that they've really got into recently too is doing a lot of their streets and doing a vegan and gluten free form. So I mean, really just kind of staying up on top of that trend and making sure they can cater to everybody. And they've been around for as long as I can remember. Oh, yeah. I mean, like I said I think they're third generation now. And I don't know if they're ever going anywhere. They're one of our flagship businesses down here we love him. And it's interesting every time I walk by right lenders. There's a line doesn't matter. What time doesn't matter? What day? There's always a line in the bakery. You go down the street, and you're going to smell them. And then you're just going. I mean did a magnet it just takes people in. And then you kind of down the street from Rhinelanders, you have a very interesting fun restaurant. Would you call it a restaurant you have the cereal box? Oh, the cereal boxes. Yeah. They are great. You know, they really capture that that childhood thing for me right through Saturday morning cartoons eating bowl of cereal, and you would be amazed. I mean, you think oh, cool just cereal. It is so much more than that. I think they have seven different milks that they have or you've never even seen. And then it's just I mean if. If you have a sweet tooth. It's the place to go just the way they do some of their shakes and desert and all of that one of the things they have that. I find very interesting and I loved it as a kid is banana milk. Have you tried that by chance? Oh my gosh. That's pretty awesome. So if he wanted to unique food experienced try the cereal box are just head down to old town are Vata 'cause there's a lot of uniqueness in that little area. I mean, there really is from the cereal box to, you know, schoolhouse kitchen, and my Beijing's, which is, you know, our old school house has been converted into a restaurant and just the way that place is famed out, and that's really never ending as far as choices down here. The Denver beer company has the little streamline trailer in it. And I've eaten there at. Oh my gosh. The mighty. Yes. They are. Great add we get questions all the time whether that moved and no it is it does nicely. Yup. It is right there. Denver beer company all the time. And for me, they have one of the best lunch specials and old down our Vada, which is you can do a burger and a beer for ten dollars. And so if you're ever in old town for lunch. I mean, that's a great option and I'm not playing favorites. But Denver beer company has one of my favorite bears. And it's like Princess buttercup or something like that. Yum, yum. Yes. Yes. The Princess young y'all. Gosh that is so good. It's probably one of my favorite bears. A great beer. I mean, especially this time of year when we get into that warmer weather. You know, you're on your yard work. Grab yourself apprentice, yum, yum, come down. They have one of the best patios to down here. Oh, it's great. And then the summer they turned the Mr. on. So you know, you can stay cool hang on the patio. But we're not sure I know you're an old town. Climate beer hall has a great patio. New image brewing has a great patio. You can really just you know, you can do it patio tour of old town in one day and just grab a little something to eat and drink at each of them. Now, we haven't given you enough reasons to go to town are Vada you have some other events coming up to bring people down into to experience old town that you have I Friday's. Oh, yes, we do do a first Friday art walk every Friday iron every first Friday of the month. I should say. And it's it's really, you know, it's a great chance to just come down. Walk the streets of old town. Obviously, the weather gets nicer it's even more enjoyable, and there's just, you know, great businesses that participate in this event places like the cereal box that we were talking about. Luna Bill fire. Good. Of course, we have the light rail gallery. And I mean, that's just a few of them off the top of my head and feature different artists every month. Some of them will welcome you with a glass of wine or some teasing crackers. So it's really an enjoyable experience. And what time does it run? And you already said it was the first Friday of every month. But what are the what are the hours of the first Friday walk? So they go from six o'clock to eight o'clock and the best way to do. This is come on down. A you will find maps that are kind of in little cases on the streets until you can grab a map. And we'll tell you everybody who's participating. And then you just kinda give yourself a tour of old town. And if people need more information about old ten or Vada or even just the first Friday art walk. Do you have a website? People can visit we do so you can go you have a couple of options here if you want just old town information, you go WWW dot old. Batte dot org. And of course, that old with an e because that's how old we are. And if you're looking for just more information, and it kind of has that catch all you can go to visit our Bada dot org. On top of first Friday, art walks. You're going to start a thing called second Saturdays. Tell me about what second Saturdays. Our second Saturdays are are stigmatized concert series that we do here in old town, and it really everything that you want from a street festival as the name would say much like first Fridays. The second Saturdays are the second Saturday of every month. What we're changing this year is we're actually going to start them one month earlier. So we're gonna do May June July and August, and we closed down the streets. We get fantastic bands. We bring out vendors and food trucks and kids activities. So it's really a, you know, a family friendly activity for for the summer. Can you tell me some of the bands that are coming to second Saturdays? Well, the thing that we're doing different this year is we're actually going to do a theme for each event. And so the band corresponds with the theme so in may we have funky if I know coming out, which is a great funk band. And so obviously, we're going to have old town funky wealth. And that's going to be our theme for may. Dan parrot heads are coming out in June. And we're doing an island theme that week. So as you might imagine dancer, the parrot has it's kind of a Jimmy Buffett chip you've banned. Yeah. Yeah. I'm a I'm a parrot heads. So I've actually like highlighted this one. And I beat oh started now Facebook it. So you know, where to find me? There's a lot of Jimmy Buffett fan. We've never done anything for them. So this is going to be a great one. We're really looking forward to that one July. We have an outlaw country theme coming up, and we have Ryan Chris in the rough cuts, which are just this great kind of outlaw country band. You know, kind of in the spirit of like a Sturge will Simpson or maybe even a Waylon Jennings. If you wanna go back Johnny cash all that good stuff like good old country good old country. Right. And if that wasn't enough for people who are in the iheart family. Susan Phelan one of our traffic reporters is the bass player, and that's worth the time. I mean, you need to go down and see Susan play bass for this band. Everybody in that vanished. A nominal musician that we're really really excited to have them. And then of course, we're going to finish things off on August, sixth with the six million dollar band. And for that one. We're having an ABC prime here in old town. So, you know, get your shoulder pads out make your hair big, but on your best eighties gear and come on down. And I would like to remind people eighties. Just was a big hair. It was also punk rock. So can we come up with can we come out his punk rockers? Oh, you can come out with it. In addition to having the six million dollar band. We also having a great opener called ban Hulan who will be a van Halen tribute band. So not quite punk rock, but a little bit more rock and roll a little bit more hairband or hairband. Absolutely. Well, are some events coming up the kids can go to. I mean, I'm not saying that the other events we've talked to. But are there some kids specific events that are coming up. Oh, absolutely. I mean, I would remind everybody that, you know, in old town all of our events are, of course, family friendly, and we always have activities for kids, but one of the cooler events that we have coming up here in our Vada it actually kind of best of all and that's happening April seventh and what does that entail? Well that festival there that that everything kite. Right. So they have it out at stinger field. I believe you come out there. You have some high flying fun. It's Dangerfield over fifty eighth avenue in quail street. Just so, you know, listen. There's no, but you can bring your own Kate, you can assemble a kite on there, and it's just one of our most popular festivals..

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"henseler" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Cops are searching for a man they describe as a serial rapist. See he attacked a dozen women along south broad street in south Philadelphia over the last two months, number two. The mother report on supposed Russian meddling in the four thousand sixteen election won't be released for another week that according to the Justice department number three this summer, you can buy a Barbie. That comes with a lot of fun, and the listener to Lynn Atkins explains Barbies will soon become more realistic one doll. We'll have a prosthetic lower limb and another will be sitting in a wheelchair. Julie henseler, Colin director of quality and education at moss. Rehab says these dolls could push children and adults to talk about differences focuses on the doll with the wheelchair. And I'm thrilled to know that along with that wheelchair there, including a ramp to have children learn through play about, you know, the wheelchairs important, but also having a ramp to access the places you wanna visit is important. She says a billion people world. Wide have disabilities. And while these aren't the first dolls to portray people with assistive devices people have been asking for more choices Lynn Adkins KYW NewsRadio school district is taking steps to address WI fi dead spots in its buildings. Mike DeNardo reports. Last summer, the district upgraded the internet connections at twenty two schools this summer the plan is to rewire ninety four additional schools to fix WI fi dead spots says district deputy chief information officer, Bob westall. We also have other schools that have computer labs where maybe they put him in themselves twenty years ago. They used the wiring available at the time. We're going to go and put fiber optic cabling and make those labs a lot faster district. Chief information officer, Melanie Harris says students had Philadelphia's to agricultural schools will benefit to not only can we have.

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"henseler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And when a cop kill somebody wrongfully. The cop is locked up just on Friday. Some cop got fifteen years in prison for killing a black kid that was in a car driving away from him and who who arrested him cops and who testified against him tops. So nobody's in favor of police brutality. Nobody's in favor of cops to murder people. Nobody's in favor of rogue cops, nobody favors that and the ones arrested him, but that point is missed by the radical left in this country who wants to undermine one of the fundamentals of our society, which is respect for cops. Which is why cops spent a lot of time not being proactive anymore. If you're a proactive cop chasing, some knucklehead down an alley at two o'clock in the morning, you probably need your head to be examined. Because it ain't worth it. You think anybody that goes to buy shoes thanks about that. I know I will. That's you buy Nike. I think that's the I think that's I think that's the underlying theme here. It's like, I I don't think he really cares about anything. That's going to help them sell more shoes than what they sold last year. And if they thought this was going to hurt them in that process. They probably would have done it, the real the real proof will be and what it goes to things like their stock things like their retail sales. They have there. Amity ninety stores, but they're all over the United States in big cities. I think it'd be end of the day if if they're enough of people like you feel that way then look back, but I I. Faith in the American public that it's going to you know, philosophically changed the way to go about the way by shoes when I was more actively involved in the chicken wing business. I wanted to sell chicken wings, the Democrats Republicans agnostics Catholics Jews Muslims Hindus. I wanted to sell chicken wings to everybody Nyquil seems to be saying I'm gonna blow off half the country because I'm going to offend them. By in the most offensive way maginal which is calling police officers pigs and as a consequence beating them and kicking them and killing them is not quite the same as killing a human being. Because killing a pig is no big deal. And if you're a pig that means you can be shot. You can me hint. You can be beaten. And so he's say Nike seems to be saying that the killing of a of a pig is acceptable. Because we kill pigs all the time and cops are pigs. So are they advocating the murderer cups? This is what I think I don't think I've ever been quite as is up and his blunt and transparent is something I'm going to say right now. Now, I think what happened is go like gathered his board of directors on Friday right before Labor Day weekend. And he said look next week's going to be a slow week for Willie. We gotta give them something to talk about. What can we do to give them something to talk about the fireworks were over? There's nothing going on. We want wanna give Willie something to talk about and probably Bill supercharge. You coming in today. And who knows me offering your show by Wednesday. Well once again, Ken brew up against the clock. I wanna thank you again for my for my anniversary present on. You're the only one at this radio station. The only person that knew was my thirty fifth anniversary here you show up. Take time out of your day. Bring in your dad your award war to ninety four year. Father who looks he could be your brother. He's so good luck. And you're the only one along with Queen city sausage and Elmer henseler. So I had sausage and cake on compliments of Elmer and Ken brew, call everybody. It seemed like everybody vegetation on Thursday, and I can anybody go in with me on this. I called everybody. Nobody for management nobody through sales. Nobody from news done. Didn't return the call. What gang it just going to do this? On my own because what else am I going to have a chance to honor somebody who's pushing eighty and has been in this broadcast business. People don't realize Bill you get your first radio show when you were eight months old eight months, eight months o-of against the clock. Aaron tells me I gotta go. All right. God bless you. Thank you. Thank you for coming in. Thank you. Let's continue with get your reaction seven four nine seven thousand or pounds seven hundred eighteen you find this acceptable is a politically. Okay with you. Will you continue to use Nike products is this is this somehow part of the public discourse we have four lines open seven four nine seven thousand or pound seven hundred eighteen t Bill Cunningham seven hundred w auto.

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"henseler" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Taking up the right lane ninety five north approaching four fifty two and traffic is all the way back to the Delaware state, line as a result you've surely heard the expression burying the hatchet a man was arrested during a, Florida traffic stop and he faced additional charges for carrying a concealed weapon legal correspondent in Feldman takes a look at the case Florida pulled over Kentucky man driving with spended license they found he was carrying concealed hatchet don't want to know where he concealed it he said he needed it for protection from. The scum who live in Florida by way of explanation to the police officers who are residents of Florida who arrested him, for carrying a concealed weapon Android charges you've heard of concealed carry licenses if you've got one for a firearm does it cover a. Concealed knife Nope those are for firearms, only, there is no, license for concealed carry of a knife their state laws, on which knives you can, carry and where, you can't carry a knife to schools courthouses most federal or state or local government buildings or. In the cabin of an, airplane and while it's not a law is a good idea to remember that if you're going to carry. One to protect, yourself don't do it while insulting the guy. With handcuffs or for that matter a gun on, his belt from judge technology solutions made me he fell them for KYW NewsRadio, Starbucks Disney and American Airlines few Companies planning to phase out plastic straws these Linden Atkins reports that be helpful she thanked many, people with. Physical disabilities have difficulty grasping cups and mugs and use plastic straws to, make drinking possible Julie henseler Colin? Director. Of quality and education at. Moss rehab says phasing out straws could pose problems similar, to how restaurants and theaters are required to carry menus or programs in braille my thought would be to include that restaurants or other you know DisneyWorld at cetera really have plastics roles available. Upon request she says paper straws don't have the strength and flexibility needed and when they get saturated can pose a choking, hazard Lynn Adkins KYW NewsRadio miss the Royal wedding now he misses his daughter Thomas Markle says his daughter Megan has cut him out. Of her life that he hasn't spoken, to, her in ten weeks Changed your phone number and he can't even get a hold of. A Royal age with her marriage to Prince Harry the, former American, actress is now, the duchess of Sussex speaking to the. Mail on, Sunday the, seventy three year old Marco predicts Megan, we'll have a baby in the next year and he'll be denied, knowing his, grandchild he believes he's. Been frozen out because of. Statements he's made to the, media Markle claims it would be better for Megan if he died Larry Miller CBS news London Would it be news time one twenty two let's return to traffic and, transit on the twos as. You were mentioning Michelle this heavy traffic. On ninety five northbound is still there from the Delaware state line. Up to almost four fifty two they're. Working in the right lane the rest of ninety. Five we really. Don't see any serious problems if you're coming out of New Jersey on the Scudder falls, bridge into bucks, county that is a. Bit slow to more roadwork going on there also heavy traffic on the boulevard southbound from right around broad street to not quite FOX but they're headed that. Direction, taking out one lane as they go the westbound Schuylkill expressway is jammed from university in through south street you cannot get off at thirtieth street that ramp is closed for a couple more. Weeks, due to construction things are also heavy on the westbound Schuylkill expressway Reverend city avenue east, coming around there the contract curve it's not. Too bad the Gladwin onramp was where we see some heavy traffic, and then Montgomery, Gerard west on the vine street expressway from the. Parkway over the Schuylkill expressway slow finally. The heavy traffic on the Ben. Franklin bridge has, pretty, much, made its, way Out not seeing any issues in both directions getting, on the Walt Whitman bridge, in, New Jersey. Things are a little bit tough there it's slow. But only out two around, mid span westbound on the. Commodore Barry one lane is closed all the way across now on fifty five northbound approaching. Forty two things are jammed up. That's normal volume on forty. Two north near fifty five watch out. For just a little bit of a delay there it looks like there's some construction. Work going on not seeing any accidents or problems on the. On the New Jersey side of the Delaware memorial bridge but over in Delaware it's jammed, in both directions things are. Looking all right for twenty two west. It's four twenty two eastwards jammed up right around Collegeville that's because. Of construction in the left lane and. Now we're hearing about an accident of this is. Gonna be three. Oh nine at or villa road both both directions are jammed up.

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"henseler" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Center route three twenty two at kings highway lanes? Are, blocked in both directions for an accident involving down to. Traffic signal update that what's going. On around city, hall coming up with traffic and transit on the twos. Hyatt Royal Caribbean Disney or just. A few of the companies planning to end their use of plastic straws but KYW's Lynn Adkins. Found out it's not good news for every person if you have multiple, sclerosis had a stroke or. Have lost the, use of your hands holding a Cup of coffee may. Be an impossible task Julie henseler Colin, director of quality and education at moss, rehab says people with, physical disabilities may need. Those plastic straws five actually heard from straw users I'll say that strolls made of paper don't really give them the strength. And flexibility that they need that. Plastic straws do I've heard that Saudi. Paper strolls can increase the, risk of choking she says until a good alternative is found, it would be helpful for companies to keep some of. Those plastic straws on hand for patrons in. Need Lynn Adkins KYW, NewsRadio KYW news time nine fifty two window Nations-sponsored. Traffic and transit on the tubes Delays into, town south on I ninety. Five heavy Allegheny them were jam both ways getting off of the vine expressway. I'll give you the reason why in. Just a moment we're going to, go north, on ninety five, approaching and avenue the. Two left lanes are closed. Slow moving construction vehicles make their northbound direction then we go eastern four twenty. Two actually it's a lot better heavy around trooper that's about it other delays include, the Schuylkill expressway eastbound some heavy traffic a conshohocken then we're jammed the. Boulevard to the vine we're getting to the vine expressway now, western the Schuylkill, jam passionate divine here's the problem by an expressway. Both ways getting off abroad broad street. Is jammed the problem is recent movement if some construction barriers around city hall causing all kinds of confusion and delays. So. Southbound broad street is jammed so is fifteenth street from south of. Spring garden city hall northbound's backed up on broadstreet from locus up the city hall same reason for the problem here JFK boulevards Jan Mark history especially westbound direction, ninth to city hall and, all around that area you do not want to be Dr Here everything else moving along, in fairly. Good, shape on other major roadways turnpike westbound. Little heavy around. The fort Washington interchange then we go, to to the New Jersey. Side of things it gets a little bit better forty two freeway slow north. Of one sixty eight to two ninety. Five Jan the entire length of, the Ben, Franklin bridge because, of the vine expressway. And broad street problem the. Commodore Barry bridge is also jammed as you travel into the city of Chester..

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"henseler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Meals a day, there's basketball there's weightlifting and you're warm In the winter and you're cool in the summer? And? There are hundreds or maybe a thousand? Or maybe two thousand Americans living in the tri-state coming to Newport Cincinnati but that kinda liked, to be arrested, because they become somebody and they get delivered a little different experience and they go back on the street. I had, clients I represented that had been arrested a thousand times a thousand times and then you, must have represented me I a free we had frequent, flyers is here we go and you're. Going to go out and go back Sam when you go back. On the street when you were arrested a lot did it make any difference one day if. You're arrested, or not with Denver make Not too much had, plans to that day nothing I mean if I got arrested if each from a, listener mind listening now got arrested it'd be oh my God, what am I gonna do but if you're a frequent flyer, that's no. Big deal so the puck the, penalty, for, not getting in the program is not existent there is no penalty you're you're. Absolutely. Right the relationships that we have built have actually changed the mind I I have a good relationship with Joe cheaters today and we'll county prosecutor a lot of the police there were out there. I knew them in a much different like when I was cleaning up the wreckage of my past I. Was about six months over this was. Back in twenty fifteen and I had a couple of police officers come in when, I was in court and I was. I was I. Was cleaning up six charges and I had, a police officer actually come out and say your honor. I don't recognize this man physically mentally and and you know the judge, consideration and made me play out to an AI sure if it hadn't been, for Then then my. Whole perspective on well. The police were actually. Keeping me safe from not your for myself sure they everybody. Wants, the same thing you want it Joe dealers it, I wanted each of. My listeners want a functional community we have two. Point two million people that live in. The tri-state two point two million there might write one thousand, homeless and of that number there might be two or three hundred, that aren't going to accept any help me out of what you do but one, thing we can't do is allow a drowning man to pull, everybody else down somehow we gotta clean up third street it's, got to. Stop we agree with you we, we, we, agree with you we we are not going to step in the way of. A. Third street encampment doing close One thing Behavior there has to be consequences in life and we have to understand that Yeah Sam we gotta, go I guess you have a. Website I can direct people toward do. It you'll have. Website it's WWW dot. AS fellow w. s. a. r. m. y. dot. ORG that's maslow's army dot. Org please come visit our. Site we just put out a. Commercial we'd like for people to view it up your. Us there's a phone. Number you can call. Us we answer a, funds twenty four hours a day because we know that homelessness suggest around the clock and people help. Around Thank you my best is Susan let's, keep talking keep the lines of communication open and thank you gotta thanks Bill God bless America let's, continue with more we have Randy coming up I. Said son is homeless with. Mental problems what the hell do you do after. One o'clock, today we Janice highs talk about Ryan. Widmer after, two. O'clock today the national. Representative of the Republican. National Committee about Trump and. More, and also to, forty five today is Sharon Coolidge. Of the Enquirer about Anthony Kirkland were. Packed and stacked. Plus Elmer henseler Elmer. Henseler as the buddy LaRosa of sausage or maybe. Buddy LaRosa is the Elmer. Henseler a pizza but they're. Going to be hearing about an. Hour let's continue with more Bill Cunningham NewsRadio seven hundred..

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"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"But i haven't done that study i'm just hypothesizing there i'm sure others have but i broke my fifteen years down into the first seven years and the next eight years i seven years being i want my money pretty darn safe and the next eight years i'm okay with a tiny bit of risk but i wanna keep it pretty safe from pretty darn safe to pretty safe or safe anything beyond fifteen years can be risky because there's not been in all of history a fifteen year period where stocks haven't produced a positive rate of return and that's really all we can ask for we can't be saying you know well it's gonna average eight percent because it hasn't most of the time it does but with your locker my luck most of the time doesn't cut the mustard i also know that there hasn't been a twenty year period where stocks haven't beaten the rate of inflation according to data that i have gleaned from ibbotson and i also know with data that i have gleaned from burton malki l that since nineteen fifty the worst twenty five year period has been a seven point nine four percent return for stocks so the moral of this story is yes i think this fellow henseler is onto something here rather than trying to time your way in and out and i know right now with the volatility and potential trade wars donald trump's impeachment or pending impeach being facetious there but there are a lot of people that would like to see that for sure that could really cause the stock market to go haywire at least for a while but what this.

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"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Of our constituents the middle class taxpayers who've gone thirty years without a raise we're finally starting to see some some daylight there so when you hear nancy pelosi and others talk about crumbs and how this isn't benefiting the middle class it is a talking point because they're desperately trying to change the dynamics in congress and this november election and they want to repeal all these tax bills all right let's let's move on i was reading fellow name of malik lee hessler financial in georgia henseler i should say and he brought up an interesting point and advisories 10yearrule keeping emotions out of investing decisions now my guideline has always been a fifteen year guideline for conservative investors but he brings up an excellent point based on research by the founder of his company gene henseler who devised this ten year rule to protect their clients assets from emotions and other words keeping them invested inequities through the tough times bypassing the urge to try and time the market so dr hence ler looked back at historical market data in ten year rolling periods starting back in one thousand nine hundred thousand five using none other than roger ibbotson yearbook on stocks bonds bills and inflation hear me talk about ibbotson just the other day out of about eighty ten year rolling periods there were only two periods when fixed income investments i e bonds outperform stocks and both of those periods took place during the great depression where we have different margin requirements today at cetera et cetera so you can't measure the future by what happened during the great depression because we didn't have a lot of the securities laws in effect yet because we had never experienced the great depression before so.

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"henseler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The bailey march all around clifton with their orange and blue smoke canisters channing vary songs and singing signs i couldn't believe what i was watching and then i watched thirty two thousand desperate sports fans watch fc zip lead i think over calling if you're a i think it was the new york red bull team and of course they lost in overtime which is what cincinnati sports teams always do is losing overtime unless you're in high school sports like deer parker muller then they win the state title but nonetheless i said this is unbelievable the promise of palay in the nineteen seventies is now true with mls so checkmark ownership are they owners fc number to check fans you a fan of fc and number three is the stadium facility itself you gotta have a brand new stadium if you look at ten twenty thirty your plan you've got to have a stadium for ten twenty thirty years and that's not god bless him does a good job but you have to have some concessions and parking and amenities and that's not nipper stadium so check mark the ownership checkmark the fans that's you and checkmark the stadium itself so what do we have to lose we have found we have that we've got to get to the calls but one last thought is that i'm a meat and potatoes kind of guy i went to queen city sausage yesterday with the legendary owner of queen's city sausage elmer henseler elmer henseler walks in the same group as buddy larosa just living legends in their eighties have made our town so great elmer prepared me some of his special queen city sausage meatloaf it was fabulous we talked about cincinnati and elber made some rather salient comments about how important it's going to be for a soccer to succeed elmer said i can't play soccer know nothing about it but i know i know how important professional franchises are if you would look back twenty or thirty years in the future i may not be there with you but i know is the people you and i are going to make it to the promised land i may not be there with you soccer is likely to be the dominant sport in america believe it or not give you an example errands aware of this might producer we got otas and todd many others oh when i coach not baseball ed madeira beginning at the.

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"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"But i haven't done that study i'm just hypothesizing there i'm sure others have but i broke my fifteen years down into the first seven years and the next eight years i seven years being i want my money pretty darn safe and the next eight years i'm okay with a tiny bit of risk but i want to keep it pretty safe from pretty darn safe to pretty safe safe anything beyond fifteen years can be risky because there's not been in all of history a fifteen year period where stocks haven't produced a positive rate of return and that's really all we can ask for we can't be saying you know well it's gonna average eight percent because it hasn't most of the time it does but with your locker my luck most of the time doesn't cut the mustard i also know that there hasn't been a twenty year period where stocks haven't beaten the rate of inflation according to data that i have gleaned from ibbotson and i also know with data that i've gleaned from burton malki l that since one thousand nine hundred fifty the worst twenty five year period has been a seven point nine four percent return for stocks so the moral of this story is yes i think this fellow henseler is onto something here rather than trying to time your way in and out and i know right now with the volatility and potential trade wars donald trump's impeachment or pending impeach where i'm being facetious there but there are a lot of people that would like to see that for sure that could really cause the stock market to go haywire at least for a while but what this ten year rule says is don't worry about it because it will be a.

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"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The argument but i'm i'm not buying it so there you have it see i'm not as right wing as you thought let's just take the issues and forget about right and left let's do what is proper appropriate and right for most of our constituents the middle class tax payers who've gone thirty years without a raise we're finally starting to see some some daylight there so when you hear nancy pelosi and others talk about crumbs and how this isn't benefiting the middle class it is a talking point because they're desperately trying to change the dynamics in congress and this november election and they want to repeal all these tax bills all right let's move on i was reading a fellow malik lee hessler financial and georgia henseler i should say and he brought up an interesting point and advisories 10yearrule keeping emotions out of investing decisions now my guideline has always been a fifteen year guideline for conservative investors but he brings up an excellent point based on research by the founder of his company gene henseler who devised this ten year rule to protect their clients assets from emotions in other words keeping them invested inequities through the tough times bypassing the urge to try and time the market so dr hence ler looked back at historical market data in ten year rolling periods starting back in one thousand nine hundred thousand five using none other than roger ibbotson yearbook on stocks bonds bills and inflation hear me talk about ibbotson just the other day out of about eighty ten year rolling periods there were only two periods when fixed income investments i e bonds outperform stocks and both of those periods took place during the great depression where we have different margin requirements today at cetera et cetera so you can't measure the future by what happened during the great depression because we didn't have a lot of the securities laws in effect yet because we had never experienced the great depression before so.

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"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"But i haven't done that study i'm just hypothesizing there i'm sure others have but i broke my fifteen years down into the first seven years and the next eight years i seven years being i want my money pretty darn safe and the next eight years i'm okay with a tiny bit of risk but i wanna keep it pretty safe so from pretty darn safe to pretty safe safe anything beyond fifteen years can be risky because there's not been in all of history a fifteen year period where stocks haven't produced a positive rate of return and that's really all we can ask for we can't be saying you know well it's gonna average eight percent because it hasn't most of the time it does but with your locker my luck most of the time doesn't cut the mustard i also know that there hasn't been a twenty year period where stocks haven't beaten the rate of inflation according to data that i have gleaned from ibbotson and i also know with data that i've gleaned from burton malki l that since nineteen fifty the worst twenty five year period has been a seven point nine four percent return for stocks so the moral of this story is yes i think this fellow henseler is onto something here rather than trying to time your way in and out and i know right now with the volatility and potential trade wars donald trump's impeachment or pending impeach i'm being facetious there but there are a lot of people that would like to see that for sure that could really cause the stock market to go haywire at least for a while but what this.

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"henseler" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on WSB-AM

"All right let's go to another question brought to us on twitter it's financial friday bill lake goes with us from henseler learn associates in georgia all right this one comes from robert if i incorporate as a small business consultant can i take advantage of the pass through profit tax cut is illegal and that's an interesting question because it's now at a lower rate of twenty one percent it is lower rate and and the the answer to that is potentially you really in this case need to really seek some professional help the reason why is because i promise you in two thousand eighteen as these returns are done and people are trying to take advantage of this they're going to be people who shouldn't be taking advantage of this now is gonna put a bull's eye on them and so i would i would venture to guess these are probably going to be a red flag for several years so just make sure you seek some professional say red flags in other words if somebody say wants to get paid maybe they normally would get a w two but they say to their company why don't you just pay my corporation that i have and maybe you form the corporation for that very purpose you're saying that that would raise as red flags with the irs but the question is is that legal do you take it in and i'm not trying to dodge the question it depends it really does depend i'll give you an example we we have some clients from time to time who in an s corporation you pay yourself w two ways you're like you're an employee and then you can take the rest of the money out in the distribution well if you don't pay yourself a fair wage meaning if you treat the corporation the person and they're gonna go higher you what would you pay somebody that wasn't you well you know doctors like the only themselves fifty grand when they should be making five hundred you know what i mean and it's a way to avoid taxes medicare taxes and i'm not trying to bore your audience but it's a it's a loophole well the irs has a big bull's eye on this they track this stuff and you know there's enough reasons to get audited randomly you don't need to add.

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"henseler" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Emergency reserve side you gotta decide how much risk you really willing to take and our general rules we talked about before if you don't need the money in ten years why would you not invest in stocks now by goodstuff by stuff that you think will be here after the next recession or heaven forbid the great recession or great depression i mean home depot is probably not going out of business exxon mobil you know these are companies that are paying a good dividend that you know we're gonna need for a long time proctor and gamble i mean you could come up with a million of them that doesn't mean you can't take a flyer on on some company if you want to but you know realistically sean you and i worked too hard for our money and i don't i see to me that's gambling it's not gambling to me to by mcdonald's i mean when you go through mcdonald's it's always busy i don't care twenty four hours a day there's somebody buying something from there so that's really where we start and and i think going forward is really just to be able to sit down and make sure you're withholding what you need to from taxes so that you don't end up with a penalty i mean you know sean at the last second i was talking about the withholding you know if you don't pay enough in by december thirty first you're going to get a penalty that's what's going to happen and what's really weird about this year is that go ahead sorry well i'm just going to have to wrap it up i'll tell you what we'll have you back because i think this is all of this is important i want our audience to prosper and no these laws inside and out so they can do well for themselves and their families the forgotten men and women in this country all right bill lake oh thank you i know we put your articles up on our website hannity dot com we appreciate you being with us eight and these with henseler associates he's my guy down in georgia i've been using them for all these years even when i didn't have a penny eight hundred nine four one sean is a.

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"henseler" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Emergency reserve side you gotta decide how much risk you really willing to take and our general rules we talked about before if you don't need the money in ten years why would you not invest in stocks now by goodstuff by stuff that you think will be here after the next recession or have permitted the great recession or great depression i mean home depot is probably not going out of business exxon mobil you know these are companies that are paying a good dividend that you know we're going to need for a long time proctor and gamble i mean you could come up with a million of them that doesn't mean you can't take a flyer on on some company if you want to but you know realistically sean you and i worked too hard for our money and i don't i see to me that's gambling it's not gambling to me to by mcdonald's i mean when you go through mcdonald's it's always busy i don't care twenty four hours a day there's somebody buying something from there so that's really where we start and and i think going forward is really just to be able to sit down and make sure you're withholding what you need to from taxes so that you don't end up with a penalty i mean you know sean at the last segment i was talking about the withholding you know if you don't pay enough in by december thirty first you're gonna get a penalty that's what's going to happen and what's really weird about this year is is is that going sorry well i'm just going to have to read about say well we'll have you back because i all of this is important i want our audience to prosper and no these laws inside and out so they can do well for themselves and their families the men and women in this country all right bill lake oh thank you i know we put your articles up on our website hannity dot com we appreciate you being with us eight and he's with henseler associates he's my guy down in georgia i've been using them for all these years even when i didn't have a penny.

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"henseler" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"Emergency reserve side you gotta decide how much risk you really willing to take and our general rules we talked about before if you don't need the money in ten years why would you not invest in stocks now by good stuff by stuff that you think will be here after the next recession or heaven forbid the great recession or great depression i mean home depot is probably not going out of business exxon mobil you know these are companies that are paying a good dividend that you know we're gonna need for a long time proctor and gamble i mean you could come up with a million of them that doesn't mean you can't take a flyer on on some company if you want to but you know realistically sean you and i worked hard for our money and i don't i see to me that's gambling it's not gambling to me to by mcdonald's i mean when you go through mcdonald's it's always busy i don't care twenty four hours a day there's somebody buying something from there so that's really where we start and and i think going forward is really just to be able to sit down and make sure you're withholding what you need to from taxes so that you don't end up with a penalty i mean you know sean at the last segment i was talking about the withholding you know if you don't pay enough in by december thirty first you're gonna get a penalty that's what's going to happen and what's really weird about this year is i don't is that sorry well i'm just going to have to wrap it up i'll tell you what we'll have you back because i think this is all of this is important i want our audience to prosper and no these laws inside announced that they can do well for themselves and their families the forgotten men and women in this country all right bill lake oh thank you i know we put your articles up on our website hannity dot com we appreciate you being with us eight and these with henseler associates he's my guy down in georgia have been using them for all these years even when i didn't have a penny eight hundred nine four one.

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"henseler" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"henseler" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Emergency reserve side you gotta decide how much risk you really willing to take and our general rules we talked about before if you don't need the money in ten years why would you not invest in stocks now by good stuff by stuff that you think will be here after the next recession or have forbid the great recession or great depression i mean home is probably not going out of business exxon mobil you know these are companies that are paying a good dividend that you know we're going to need for a long time proctor and gamble i mean you could come up with a million of them that doesn't mean you can't take a flyer on on some company if you want to but you know realistically sean you and i worked hard for money and i don't i see to me that's gambling it's not gambling to me by mcdonald's i mean when you go through mcdonald's it's always busy i don't care twenty four hours a day there's somebody buying something from there so that's really where we start and and i think going forward word is really just to be able to sit down and make sure you're withholding what you need to from taxes so that you don't end up with a penalty i mean you know sean at the last segment i was talking about the withholding you know if you don't pay enough in by december thirty first you're going to get a penalty that's what's going to happen and what's really weird about this year is is that go ahead sorry well i'm just gonna have to wrap it up i'll tell you what we'll have you back because i this is all of this is important i want our audience to prosper and no these laws inside announced so they can do well for themselves and their families the forgotten men and women in this country all right bill lake oh thank you i know we put your articles up on our website hannity dot com we appreciate you being with us eight and he's with henseler associates my guy down in georgia have been using them for all these years even when i didn't have a penny eight hundred nine four one sean is a number.

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