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Fields throws 1st TD pass, Bears' defense dominates in Vegas

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Fields throws 1st TD pass, Bears' defense dominates in Vegas

"Justin fields threw his first career touchdown pass in the bears defense was stellar in at twenty two nine downing of the raiders in Vegas just for a horse that caught the first TD pass by fields who was twelve of twenty four one hundred eleven yards in his third career start Chicago went ahead for good early in the second quarter and fields two yard TD pass to Horst added traffic Derek Carr passed for two hundred six yards and Josh Jacobs rushed for a late touchdown in the raiders second consecutive loss Khalil Mack with the bears defensive dominance of his former team with eight tackles plus a sack of Kerr on the two point conversion I'm the ferry

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"horst" Discussed on Rough Translation

Rough Translation

03:41 min | 5 months ago

"horst" Discussed on Rough Translation

"Kept it private fact. He's never talked publicly about it until this program. She also visited family of a girl who was badly burned in who she'd help to get compensation for. She texted a journalist. She knew saying that she had a document to show him when she saw him that night at a party she'd made time to plan. And then that afternoon april sixteenth. There was a huge explosion on the airport road. It took us probably five probably five minutes to get their general horst in his convoy are so close that they're the first on. The scene is dispatched to go. Check on people that were hurt and in the medic minute call to be and said hey serve i think this is that lady we were talking to and He was trying to save her and he he's talking to you on the radio and your back okay. So what do you see. Do you see your car. And cars destroyed. And she's they had got her out of the car and an s. when he said. Hey sir i think this is at lady in in in effect it was and he. He was with her trying to help her. And she said i'm alive.

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"horst" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

07:35 min | 5 months ago

"horst" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Three o'clock. That is powerful now. This next idea. I'm not sure were you raised in a christian background. More of a secular. What what your religious background institutional christian if you will we were lutherans pretty about In what today i would. I don't want to scare people get scared me. The i call myself a born again. Christian means i have accepted. That christ is higher than i am an accepting him to be my leader and anything awesome is arrogant to ask you this because there is a bible verse that speaks about this concept called work as unto the lord and. I didn't figure this out too. I was about nineteen years at target and my boss horse told me clay. Somebody is eating of the pretzels. And of course. I was eating all the pretzels. I'm like i don't know who it is. It has to be you or someone on the shift because someone's getting all the pretzels. Well long story short. I was always late. I was always eating all the pretzels. I was always getting all the criticism always being quote unquote micromanaged. Then someone introduced me to the book. Think and grow rich which is not in the bible but it's written by napoleon hill and i decided to name my son by the way after napoleon hill. His name is aubrey. Napoleon hill clark and after reading that book i started getting into this crazy book called the bible and there's a verse colossians. Three twenty three reads whatever you do work at it with all your heart. As working for the lord not for ritz-carlton customers work work as unto the lord not ask for shareholders work under the lord not unto your manager. Since you know that you'll receive an inheritance from the lord as a reward. It is the lord. Christ you are serving. I want to ask you where do where where where do you get that. Where did you get that idea to take customer service to the next level and to revolutionize the hospitality industry will tell about that maitre deal who the mccreadie who said. Don't come to work to work. Come democrat accident but then go on being a christian. I look Jesus said love your neighbors ourself. Why would you not think that your guest or your employees or your neighbors. My goodness what a what a what an amazing thing love your neighbor is what missing who can say something about christ in my opinion and and and so dot had very much impact on me. But if you read my book you will also see a tell. A story about by another christian is santo battle. Some telling me some benedict. I'm sorry benedict in year. Five hundred roads to his ministries to his to his Monasteries and said when the customer minute guest moved adot that time travel has stopped in monasteries. For showed this when a guest arrived receive him and women didn't travel on receive him as if it was christ himself. And not only that. If you're on a fast break your fast and didn't have them so that they're not alone. But but i wash their feet now. If that is that is hospital. I cannot come close to that. But that's the goal to be as close as possible to care. That much is caring. I mean everything christ. It was the greatest thing of all is is laugh. My goodness you mean. Only for some people know laugh is to create a thing. Why wouldn't you love your guest. Why wouldn't you love your employees inter book. which by the way excellence. Wins is a great read. It's a no nonsense guide to becoming the best in a world of compromise. You talk about these four you write about. I felt like you were talking to me. Because i've watched her youtube videos. I'm reading and it feels like you're talking to me Paul jones for that by the way but in your book you talk about these four supreme objectives objective number. One you write is to keep the customer. What does that mean. i. If if i'm looking at what is creek company. Kirk company mixing every effort to keep the christmas to have that mr after they have to say what is it that i have to do to keep those customers but is it well. What you have to do is give that customer. The customer and stuff means says they get in the head and understand what they want what. They're really not mother-in-law told your or somebody's set aside in the plane or you know what your market tells. Should they want. That's what you give them number one. What company does number two. You'll find new ones number three. You get us money much money from the cosmos. You can't wait a minute. If not the cost of losing the customer doesn't mean shaft. Give him bodily you. You have to give value for everything you charge. End defect is guests. That is loyal. That means you don't lose your customers a lot. That's a loyal guest. That guest wants to deal with you and by other things that you produce because loyalty means nothing else but they have develop trust in you so did trust you become loyal and so every what has to be sure you make sure that they don't lose them so their lawyer do number two. You're newmont's number three you get them charge and yourself number four your work efficiently company but the key element here and nothing can interfere and make sure to cause the customer wants to come back and his lawyer again. Loyalty is nothing else but to develop trust in what you're doing i i want to Tap into your brain on this because you said something there that i don't think the listeners quite understand what you're saying you are talking about. Keep the customer and there is a guest. We're going to have on the show. Here is the bestselling author john ruling and he stayed in one of your hotels The one of the ritz carlton and he was having a guest of honor. Stay in the hotel. And he was going to meet him and he found out that his favorite Guest was a guy he's really trying to impress. He found out that his friend in his guest of honor was a fan of a certain clothing line and then he was. This is kinda when he had a startup. A baby business called gift allergy. So what he did was. He went into a department store and bought all off the clothes in that guy size the entire line the entire seasons line. He said he spent ten thousand dollars on clothes for this guy to impress this guy when he didn't have a whole lot of money. And he goes the ritz and he said. Can you guys help me display it like a retail store. You know like like like like a department store. And he said the ritz bellman said sure. Can you talk to me about the limits to which you would allow your team to go and house too far to go to keep.

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"horst" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

10:21 min | 5 months ago

"horst" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Guest his name is horst schultz. And i'm sure you're familiar with the company that he co founded in the company that he was once. The former president of the company is called ritz. Carlton hotel company horse scholtz. Welcome onto the thrive time show. How are you sir. I'm create and delighted. To be sir the ritz carlton hotel company has set so many benchmarks for excellence in customer service. Your name has been publicized and people know you for the success you achieved but could you start off at the bottom and share with us where you're from and cutting your background be cut before becoming the king of hotels ho- king of kings good. I'm actually not looking at all. I'm i come from a very small background. Small village in germany lived Individual was fourteen. And then i left and worked in a hotel. I had back my parents to work in a hotel which was very unpopular at the time but They've found the best job that could find the finest hotel which unfortunately was about one hundred kilometers away from home. But i so. I left a lift here in a dorm room with other kids. Starting to work a busboy. Meant everything at the time cleaning. Washing dishes It cetera et cetera. Helping for three and a half year half yes worked in the kitchen worked in a restaurant wrote in the in the housekeeping and so on and after that i left and brockton the truly i mean i'm not etcetera finest hotels in europe in paris and in switzerland or the american line from new england. And after that. I came to the us in nine hundred. Sixty four Some francisco working in the hilton hilton private club and and so on worked started. Ended up it hi-hit in and worked for ten years in high end. Start as a director food and beverage operations director rooms chin miniature vice-president regional vice president corporate vice president and then i was offered to start a job to start a new company to tell span construction both in atlanta and so the headquarters was not lanta about developers and and Financial people and needed somebody to run this new company. Tell business to run the credit with the promise. Dmed me to promise it the that could go top end and so i left say at the time my credit company hit and moved to atlanta and started a new company a year. Later your first tower and that the cameras caused and that's the story that is a lot that is your you. You just flew through incredible career. Let me reset your age fourteen. You just said that at age fourteen. You started working. Is that correct. That's correct yeah correct. Well it's not an untypical german way way of getting into a profession. You walk in that profession and once a week or two the to school relative to that profession down smart idea. That's a typical Trade korea in germany. I saw a talk you gave on youtube by the way. I've been watching way too many of your videos so i apologize for cyber stalking you so much but i want you deliver a talk and i was out. My kids had a cheerleading event and in kansas city and so the way shooting events goes kids perform for about three minutes and then the rest of the weekend. You're kind of you know hanging out at this arena. So i went back to the hotel while i was waiting for them to perform and i watched videos and one of the things that you said and i had to play it back over and over and over as you were comparing you were comparing your commitment to having excellence in work with your commitment to staying married. If i'm getting that correct could you please explain the parallels between committing to bring excellence and committing to stay married while it it. It's all i believe. Everything we do is a decision that we make not not not a pipedream clear decision. I met in marriage. I met a clear decision. When i got merit i will be in love with that woman for the rest of my life not just lover but be in love and i can tell you unequivocally i'm married. Forty years am totally in love with that woman but it takes work. It's not different than when you take a job jamaica decision to be excellent in that job job or whatever is in life decisions i can either just go to work or go to work to create excellence. I always say. I got a for two reasons. One is to create. Excellence in what i'm doing too is to be with my friends if they like it or not tim o. Friends if i have that attitude. I enjoy going there and create something. Why are we to eight hours. Whatever we are at work now you know in a leadership position as much more dollars but what it is eight hours wasted and just do function rather than whatever. The function is good. Excellent the dish washing or whatever. It is could excellence in that but the well how does a cop out well. It's a decision and decision on which you on neutral work on which you which you remind yourself all the time and this deal so it is not different mid anything ounce horse. I don't want you to Throw anything over the phone here. And i'm not. I'm not that satan needs an advocate. But i'm going to be the devil's advocate. Because i grew up really poor. I didn't start working on his fourteen but really sixteen is when i started my first thing and i am not a stranger of the sixty hour the seventy hour work week. I'm not afraid to get to work at for five or whatever. I'm also going to take care of my body and get sleep and also style five kids. I've been married eighteen years. So many people i see they say well the reason why i didn't get to work on time. They just didn't feel like it. And so they have so talk to me about your mindset of committing the excellence versus other people saying i just don't feel yeah but this is no different. I have friends of friends. A couple of years ago is good. Good friends and getting divorced. I mean of course when people who've been divorced it is a total friends and everybody gets divorces. It's import fall. And when i had to sit down i didn't understand their were for to purely for people. Good looking people. Friendly people won't be ba honorable people so i had to sit down with us from johnson. Said why why why it'd be fuelling. What are you waiting for feeling. I rather mega decision. What my feeling is wrong. Make it make a feeling make my decisions. Can you repeat that against sir. That was great. Yeah well i'm saying i really are that. Make the decision. What i feel rather than have to feeling decide what i what i do. How how who i am et cetera. Is this is. This is so unreasonable to even allow that to happen. You make a decision on them. You communicate with the the decision you have to fight against the feelings that. Try to interfere with your decision but it has to still your decision and the and the feeling. It's your decision and not did you. Your decision is it driven by your feelings that right. There is a a knowledge nugget that somebody needs to write down to put that on a t shirt. Many people today should consider getting a tattoo tattoo that as a tattoo. Now i want to ask you this because you worked very hard for fourteen. You work your way up. At hyatt and then my understanding is at gerald w blakeley he owned the one individual. Ritz carlton in boston. And he sold the the trademark. And the brand. To william b johnson who i believe was the largest owner of the waffle house franchises. My correct you owned about one hundred fifty hours in office buildings and the incident and also owns merita tells and are managed by marriage and and and holiday inns when he built to hotels which is supposed to become holiday inns he could not come to agreement at the time with all in us to the fees and cetera et cetera. When somebody recommended him to start his own hotel companies on brand that put on the surge. I came in high it. We then say it when we were he we acquire. I'd be a quiet name african we had a couple of names subiaco quiet and and But we said we'd be clear to have an existing name that already mixed sense that a people know it is a hotel and we we pursued to tell us a one hotel in san francisco and so tell and and he and and another one and and he came back and said the ball this also in in boston. We didn't like that because it was a tower hotel. It was terribly dilapidated. It was only four. Vehicle for monthly renders. All people live nor air conditioning song But the mark hopkins fell through so he purchased because it was a crib location and frankly the name everybody knew doctorates meant risk called mental. Even though it was not.

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"horst" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

03:03 min | 11 months ago

"horst" Discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

"Is the bar Brian and Jeff Goodman podcast NBA some college little bit of everything. You know, what can I say, but it wasn't what happened here with him. I was okay with it because it wasn't about talented anything. All right, let's get right to it. I welcome into another episode of The Ron and Goodman podcast. I'm Jeff Goodman. He is none other than Robert Ryan and we have a special guest on today. We have Milwaukee Bucks general manager John Horst down in Orlando. It's not doesn't look that Sonny behind it John. It looks like maybe you got one of those Orlando downpours. Yeah. We did. I was I was ready to do this with you guys outside in the beautiful sun, but now we're inside a little rain going on still gotta be better than Milwaukee or Boston. So first name, Message on what's new? What's new? I mean questioning that the State of Affairs. I mean how how you guys are know your your college so you could temporary, you know adjusted to this reality of the craziness that you know know what's going to happen day-to-day, right? Yeah. You don't know it's it's incredible. I like there's there's so much that goes into just getting on the floor to have a game, you know last night. We had a game. We played the Orlando Magic there was fans in the seats. There was fans not overly far from the floor. That was a new experience for most of our games have been without fans. So that's that's something that's new, but the NBA is incredible their ability to Pivot and adjust and continue to stay on this and put us in a position to play in place safe and healthy as has been great day, and we just keep moving forward and being ready and being being flexible are let's go back John. Let's go back. You're young. You're young guy so we don't go back that far, but we're going to go back to your days Rochester khong Your Michigan guy and I'm told you were the superintendent of a trailer park back when you're in college. Is this true? But what did that entail? This is true? I don't suck intended like that sounds really official. Hi. Hi. I was the head maintenance in kind of manager of a property trailer park property, maybe 20 minutes off my college in Rochester that really got me through college that my first year my first summer after my freshman year all the way through college worked a ton of hours from the entire summer gave me an ability to stay in Rochester and continue to play with the team and the offseason and make some extra money and enough money to get through each year that the following year learned a lot of lessons. But yeah, Woodland Hills Trailer Park in Rochester Michigan was a place of employment for almost four years with the worst thing you had to do at the know if it's appropriate for a podcast in public. It was pretty dead. Listen, I can only imagine we don't have to go through it, but I can visualize what you had to do. So you couldn't go out with a booster when a good no-show job, huh? You know, I don't know that boosters exist in Rochester College Bob to tell you like it's unbelievable education great basketball environment. I don't know if we really had boosters..

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"horst" Discussed on Past Episodes

Past Episodes

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"horst" Discussed on Past Episodes

"Right just like get it over. It's funny. I definitely want to draw attention to the irony of like having a guy who so thoughtful yes okay and so in just in just like so. I don't know just just i know it. I feel like you're born in the wrong time. A ha this is not the these times are not the place for you to be appreciated. Really if you were born the fifties it'd be a different story. You're very respectable gentlemen. And that's you know that chivalry is not dead with you But but you are here into twenty seventeen in modern times so we need to talk about all the ways then get over these personal mental blocks that you have with all that stuff all the women. I went out on dates shoot. Great women surprise hearing all the horror stories. Yeah i really had a horst attracting. The wall rejected me. They did it in a nice weather like a really good time but of today's nothing. That's experience positive. Experience one thing about experience which i personally is interesting. It's like obviously everyone is on their own journey in like everyone has different experiences shapes who they are but i think like sometimes it's hard like i think you're at least what i keep hearing is like you're struggling with like almost thirty. Never been in a relationship but like is any if someone like had a relationship in high school or college when they weren't even an adult. Is that really like that much more of a leg up. it's not. I don't think it really is so i guess like the question to it's like how important is relationship experience in finding the one like ultimately. What are your thoughts. While i think relationship comes in many shapes and sizes. You have relationships with your parents at your guests. You have relationships with your friends a lot of that translates into a romantic relationship to. It's all about dealing with just another human being. That's all it. But i think what's happening here is when my mom always says she thinks i'm scared of marriage because frayed of divorce. I think you're scared of relationships because you're afraid of them not working out and guess what.

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11 Trivia Questions on 19 Word Hints for 19 Letter Movies

Trivia With Budds

03:25 min | 1 year ago

11 Trivia Questions on 19 Word Hints for 19 Letter Movies

"All right nineteen letter movies with Nineteen Word Hands. Let's see if you can figure all these out number one crusading reporters Woodward and Bernstein dig through the Merck surrounding President Nixon's misdeeds searching for the truth about Watergate, what is that movie number one number one? And number two, Brosnan settles in for his third outing as double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a hem doctor. Christmas Jones number two Brosnan settles in for his third outing double o seven this time with Denise Richards as a ham doctor Christmas Jones number two. Question number three no twinkies for Woody Harrelson, this time but hordes of undead still to battle in this decade later, Dom Com sequel number three. What is that Zombie Com sequel with Woody Harrelson And number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya. After meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four, a mild-mannered diplomat is stirred to action after his wife is killed in Kenya after meddling with pharmaceutical companies number four. And Number Five more rock more Jack Black More Kevin Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to a reboot number five more rock more Jack Blackmore Kevin, Hart. But still no board games in this sequel to remove. Number six the American remake of Seven Samurai with a star studded cast of Charles Bronson Steve McQueen and Horst. Holtz. Number seven the time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline. The time is just right for an out and out thriller like this reads this best pictures tagline tough one number seven. Number Eight, a one, thousand, nine, hundred, four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie and actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes Barack. This nineteen eighty-four German fantasy films. Title is a bit of a lie that actually wraps up in about one hundred and two minutes. And number nine the only film within the franchise to Askew Arnold Schwarzenegger though it features a CGI incarnation of his t eight, hundred number nine, the only film without Arnold, but it does have CGI t eight, hundred, number nine. Number ten one can imagine the pitch for this one was toy story with animals and yeah, it made eight hundred and seventy five, million dollars number ten toy story with animals nineteen letters eight, hundred, seventy, five, mil. Andy Bonus for nineteen letter movies number eleven for two points. If you're playing along at home, please recall one, hit wonder deep blue something's classic nineties tune while you find this more classic morning, Meal Movie Classic Morning Meal, Movie Deep Blue Something Classic Nineties, tune those your clues for number eleven.

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"horst" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"horst" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Pass. The horse proceeded to drool on the cycle. Ist some biker look, said there on his big Harley white in his own business. Waiting for this train to go by. Horse pulls up, Drew, so he got mad, it says here. Gave gave them. Gave the horses best elbow shot right to the Well. But in the process when he when he lifted up his arm to give this horse and elbows shot, he let go of his clutch. And is Mars. Saigo lurched forward Tommy into the car and front of him. Meanwhile, the Horst who has just been punched in the face. Rears up dumps the load of scrap onto the car behind which rolled backwards under the weight and ram the front of yet another car on the line now. Seeing this chain reaction. A passing dog Walker tide is terrier to the railroad gate went off, but the train had passed and the gate went up pulling the dog 20 ft..

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"horst" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"horst" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"There's a pond on the other side of my property here lot of Canadian geese if you hear them honking away is the chair and that's what they're about scale the scale Horst was staggering is too much as confused dot net my that's your democratic nominee for president he does a podcast every day they seem so strange and sometimes incomprehensible and then he has his phone on he's like I'm going to tell you the doctor you know the docks are making noise in the backdrop there cheering me that's terrible then he comes up with a nickname for the president tweeting I mean if you're gonna try to play the nickname game with the present your seventy seven years old you've never had a nickname before except for your your dad stories some short fifty percent or even true when he calls you Joey that's a close as you ever got to using a nickname in public but I guess things have changed now but it's really presents gonna watch it the more you tax Rachael Bhama people gonna think it's a bomb against trump the president got a gold Parry and say this is the guy I'm running against that's a guy that's going to be present are you kidding me also a quick note of him using the Alamo then use out of paper back right now if you guys wanted signed personalized even though my bookstore technically closed on Long Island I go to the back door they'll handle it a bright to me dot com to get a personalized for father's day I just got new information in it so it's all back and also save you some money so the rescue five package is really interesting this latest rescue package is gonna put blue state against red stain here's why almost and it's not a coincidence almost every red state is a state that's running without a budget deficit it doesn't have to take out loans that doesn't have tremendous spending and you saw Rick Scott come on the show and say governor Cuomo is not telling the truth about his budget he has forty percent of its but you go to Medicare he has all these other projects that are over run he has his taxes are through the roof it was his state taxes there's no state taxes in Texas and Florida and in today's Wall Street journal they compare New York and Florida can you tell me if you think it's okay for the federal government to write big checks to California New York at the base of the same situation forty three sub forty three billion dollars in income they spend five hundred seventy thousand per person the Ford has twenty eight billion in income while adding two point seven million people New York is losing people they spend ten thousand dollars per person they have zero sales tax New York is twelve point seven should Florida go finance New York I'm in New York to New York is forty percent of the money goes to Medicaid that seventy six billion Florida a third of that a third of that goes to its way of seven six but a third of that goes to Medicare they decide not to sign up for the Medicaid for the Medicare obamacare stuff Hey guess what because he said he's going to run out some day and now the right now New York is paying ten percent they would cut covered a hundred percent you know that's only going to go up they go one regressive tax code for high earners that's why people leaving New York federal dollars thirty six percent of federal dollars for New York thirty two percent go to Florida so they're getting they're both paying a substantial to the federal government your cost nine point six billion in tax adjusted gross income as high earners left the state I see it all the time forty games sixteen billion New York a restaurateur of the day New York is known for for the restaurants for example they're hurting without regulation so hard they're hurting with minimum wage demands because it checks of everybody's prices they do not have that problem in Florida so they are running a huge deficit they have higher taxes was since Florida suck it up and living an austere humble but very prosperous life with zero taxes in that state why should they be are California New York we're going to make any hard decisions make all these promises come election time and they deliver by going into deficit then you just borrow additional money that now that's gonna be the big debate is he ready for a rescue package well senator Schumer came out yesterday and said all these Republicans want liability insurance they want these they want the CEOs to abuse their workers this way they'll be immune to lawsuits now if everybody that goes back to work decides to sue because the working conditions which they deem insufficient and the lawsuits are flowing in all these businesses shut down the taxes start rolling out they're no longer going to be be employing people they need liability protection there is regulation to their inspectors to make sure they live up to the minimum demands overall I I love it with this at the until he's Jim did in New Jersey all the gyms are shut down I have no way you know me like so many other people know where to work at your house so you pretty much got to find another place to work out whether it's a pain off a guy to rehab center or getting one of these at home bikes the peloton which I did get but it's not the same that's good for your cardio vascular good for building strength this Ian Smith says I'm losing money I'm going belly up everybody wants to work out my workers want to work so we re opened against the governor's executive orders here's what Ian Smith told the says the said to us this morning could thirty one yesterday.

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"horst" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"horst" Discussed on KOMO

"Lot the guides along with Michael Horst some there are you there I along with my I don't seem to hear the payroll and I'm assuming I am assuming that we all live on the air but well completing options what is strange times that we are living in everything that we knew about our world is topsy turvy and at this point in time I could be talking about our website and the wonderful stories that we have on there but I think more important today is not talking about the website and life planning and all the things that BMW which I think about it but today's show really is dedicated to you you're going through this rather harrowing time most of us are nervous about any number of things the most basic things are what do we make of this never ending drip drip drip information about about corona virus and then your health had ways to save how do I keep this girl not away from me and then many of it is just a simple comment on on the TV show so many concerns about finances I just want to turn this into a show where it is your show if you have concerns about it give us a call and I want to systematically be able to kind of walk you through the whole whole thing I mean not even have all the answers if I don't have the answers I promise you you'll make it a point to go ahead make the answers Jeez I am here I have dialed in and we are doing the social distancing thing which is wonderful I'm like you my family's had multiple questions this week and they're asking me I said I'm not I'm not an expert I'm not but I'll talk to receive on Saturday and he can at least answer some of your questions so who do you know there would be going to do really is on that is to just invite a call is and what are your concerns and I I promise you can sense a more than just about money and their concerns that there are more than just about L. one of your concerns are we want to be able to at this point you in the right direction there's a lot of good stuff that is happening and the way to navigate this time is not to get freaked out orders start thinking of a defensive posture but it's still really sit back and understand what do you options and what should you do to go and plan differently and that's what we're going to end up doing on today's show I wonder if you could do things their own one is something that is called the emergency legal kit that we came up with last week we work hard just to trying to understand as to how do we as lawyers help people in the community and I want introduced this concept of emergency legal kit we also want to go ahead and talk about them don't hold meetings that we are going to have is a different than the meetings that we've had in the past right past me really a focus on retirement planning now we're gonna talk about navigating the time frame that we take in navigating these states so let's talk about the what this looks like for a family received were wondering can we contact our family members how can we get through these issues how do we plan ahead and that's what you're working on with your emergency plan right actually it if you get this time we have to first understand their that as a knee jerk reaction people are going to have to worry about their health and what is the right way to deal with that social distancing the president is talking about it the governor is talking about it politics on the side the right advice at this point of time is a we have a responsibility we owe each other not to put ourselves in a situation remains pending the virus is a contagious virus we know that and we need to protect ourselves that's the first thing that we need to do and if you have had this corona exposure then you need to go ahead make sure that you have the right planning tools in place to make sure that other people will be able to help you along the way and that you're not just running around trying to make it up as you go having the proper legal group planning phase and and and the documents that will allow your family members to be in charge not outsiders I think those are the two minimum things that we need to be doing at this point in time so well the other thing that we've been talking about as a family and honestly the other night I thought I don't have a will in place I don't have anything in place and one of one of my family members my spouse if somebody gets sick we'll talk about that coming up but you have that receive your the first.

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"horst" Discussed on Faith Collides

Faith Collides

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"horst" Discussed on Faith Collides

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"horst" Discussed on Faith Collides

Faith Collides

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"horst" Discussed on Faith Collides

"Ports was not in a good situation. He says he was getting intimidated every day. Five days a week by the union leader. He was cursed at and threatened if he didn't raise their wages and he wasn't in a position to with a hotel doing so poorly hordes had Appel battles decline but he wasn't going at it alone. The highest corporate office gave back office support hordes got some advice from a Labor lawyer. He literally called me every day to remind me take three steps for ones. Take TWO TREE CORNER. Think and maybe gain one inch. Never be Richard and with your employees keep on being deleted not the manager. The high it also felt horse could use port marketing. Npr But horse struggled to buy into marketing until one lady named Sherry proved him wrong. There wasn't a carpet program marketing program which I didn't like I hit that program and I didn't institute it of course I didn't like it so the corporate office the Vice President Marketing Kim Indotel and applied it himself. He hired a young lady to do this program so consequently I thoroughly disliked her because she was forced on me by carbon copies and issued that Marketing Program. Oria liked it a lot instituted this letter. I've believe told me. And of course everybody from from Carbon Ken to train with her and she was very honorable person. She was extremely successful. She became salesperson of the company. Number one in the company and so I started to respect her a lot little too. He know how important it would be to have marketing on his side. How the Union wirt and went on strikes was unpredictable horse recalls. What happened on Christmas Day in Nineteen seventy-six is hard to believe today? This sounds like a fairytale was ridiculous. Hired philosophy was the Christmas. Every employee gets a gift over Turkey. Christmas be started giving Turkeys. Guess what this stopped us? The Union stop doubts. He said you cannot prescribe our people and they went on strike. And then what? How did you respond as general man a cinnamon chip in front distract me a few times but the first time they struck as we've been immediately outside it was very very cold and afternoon late afternoon? Vary call so we've been right outside served hot SIDA and hot tea for the employees and and sweet rolls it so long because frankly a new TV crews would come the TV crews. Kim said well what you're doing serving your employees even Dole misunderstanding. There still my. My employer is eleven and of course every new ship and and at the time in suffice it to say to hotel became extremely successful so it was at thirty percents off bridge occupancy before you joined what was the occupancy after you eighty percent and the average rate tripled. Tonelli it was it was a major success and of course I was consequently promoted up until this point Horst Hustle to get to where he was and gave up a lot to pursue excellence at work. He moved to where the opportunities were to get experience working in different countries different states and work cultures. He used his vacation days for education. He solved problems for the company like they were his own. He even rejected a dream job to gain more skills and after three years in Pittsburgh horse was promoted to go to Detroit but he wanted to take someone with him. Remember the young lady from marketing. And I've worked with him over two years and I must be crazy so I asked for date and she said Oh my goodness be back. Good friends why do I have to do that to me? How can you destroy our friendship? She she kept on saying knowns and finding a center Sherry. I understand that. But one dave when you're old and create you will remember this moment and I know you believe credits. And and and ask it against alright monitoring Greek on the hands and done and eight months later. We were married now. I totally love and buy in and still had forty one years of successful marriage in. I'm excited to go wrong this afternoon. I'm in autism. GonNa get excited and I tell you right now. Drive into my home like every day. I will thank God for my wife. For Horst. Meeting Sherry changed his life. He says he was in previous failed relationships but something about Sherri stood out. Sheri's pursuit of excellence at work didn't just stemmed from herself but from genuine faith in God this would eventually give horse the anchor he needed to make major decisions later on in life for Horst. He saw how seeing everything in life as a decision allowed him to commit to excellence. Raise everything and live and people don't seem to get everything is decision this man even if you believe in God on on. It's a decision. Doug decision may evolve so and I have a very good friend who is a route. It is proud of it as me while you don't know if this got are not and you can prove it and I said you can prove that there isn't so in other words is a decision. I made the decision for WHO and you my friend methods -sition Gillen's hope and the longer. I made a decision by the way. The more no mega right decision. Going away from everything in life even if you if you love your job on not is a decision but you have to repeat your decision. Every day I make a decision every owning excellence. And did you enjoy it that you will enjoy the people that your workmates? And it doesn't matter if they deserve it on. That's not an issue. Lovin mega decision to enjoy to beauty. And what isn't the AVERBUKH and don't go to work tomorrow. Go to work to be excellent for Tartus created purpose for yourself the Bible even says people will perish without purpose. So why? Don't you see the purpose in Harare if the company don't give it to you and that's what they mean? 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"horst" Discussed on Faith Collides

Faith Collides

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"horst" Discussed on Faith Collides

"And I remember my own as a defining myself and I define myself as tight as unreliable but that day I recognized and said I'm sorry this will never happen again. I will go to the credentialing not spent more hours. But in those hours be excellent and I had this this weakening and from there on my career took off after he got promoted. You decide to stay in the. Us It so happened. I heard that Cornell gives some courses and so I took a summer course enduring location and Kenya realization. If I would do the Knicks seven years during my occasion courses at Cornell. I could more or less finish hotel. Studies didn't just want to serve at hotels. The lead in the industry so at Twenty eight years old horse spent his summer vacations at school to Study Hotel Management. Meanwhile he was working fulltime and food and beverage. Fm be getting more promotions and more responsibilities horse to move to Chicago where he became the catering manager at the Hilton and got promoted to assistant director then offered at him be director when he moved to Cincinnati to overlook to Hilton Hotels. Let's take a break and when we come back we'll hear where forced went when he got a degree in hotel management. I wanted to take this break to talk about something I realized on the show. The average age of my interview guests so far are about sixty five years old and they didn't grow up with an easy life but we're honestly in different times. Life has improved and the hard work of our parents may have in fact pave the way for us to play harder. We all mess her kids up in various ways either air side of wanting them to be good or the side of wanting to be happy even meaning parents. It's really easy to be insulated. Who's controlling it? Still influence incurred greatly early this year. Bloomberg wrote about how Super Rich Americans are getting younger. The study suggests that this might have to do with a vast transfer of wealth to the younger generation. We have millennials inheriting huge amounts of money. Who often don't know what to do about it. I finally came to a place where I understood that my family wealth and my position won't change and it will be a part of my life for the rest of my life tools that I was given sufficient enough especially with larger marketing capacity. That I'M GONNA have to come into one day. These kids joint venture a nonprofit program which helps young inheritors in their twenties and thirties. Navigate the complexities of wealth. It's tough because they didn't get asked to be in their positions but they're making the most out of it by getting some guidance. Everybody is there to give you comfortable shop in the right direction. Alcohol the shove. Because that's what it is but you feel like you're in a safe area will matt occurs if you don't feel like you belong to your family of wealth because you WANNA hide your ashamed of it. That was me. If you're asking the question this in more in this life there has to be this program Stereo Islam if you or someone you know wants help to think about what they can actually do with their wealth checkout core venture you can find out more about it on our website welcome back. Horst is now. Fm BE DIRECTOR IN CINCINNATI. I stayed there for a year in Cincinnati and it had an offer to come as food and beverage track that was Chicago in the number Hyatt Hotel during that time. Did you remember what your face was like where you going to Church? I no no I was too busy. I tell you I was very good and bring some ninety one four ahead problem and as soon as it was gone I sheltered again at Director Level Horst started getting head hunted and when he was thirty four he got an offer from the height group and by the time he finished his degree at Cornell. He proved himself to be a top performer as an FBI director. So much so that he didn't expect with the high it was going to offer him next went to Chicago. I and wrote us a foot in Barrington limit over here. They want to promote me. The channel miniature manager. That's high up. Everybody dances on the on the table and they can promote general manager. I didn't accept it. And he called from San Francisco. Our headquarters was in San Francisco and a time to know. Are you leaving the company? No and he said. Wha what's the matter I said I want to be rooms minister. I of course Allen but my own promise I will create excellence. I go to excellence. I didn't think I could be a great general manager on create excellent tournament since I had never worked rooms. That's a that's right. And so he said it doesn't mean that we keep you create rooms minister help you. I said I don't care. And he actually flew to Chicago to talk to him. You saw that would leave the company as it. Let Me Work. As Roma's mentioned for a year. And after that give me the Gerster telling the company Horst says. He only emphasized working at the worst Hyatt Hotel because the president emphasized how they were offering him to be GM at the finest hotel in the company where they felt he would be a good fit but still hort still didn't feel he was ready to be an excellent GM without any experience and rooms. Banishment and horse was convinced. If he got that experience he would really be ready to be the best. Gm at any location even the worst hotel in the company so the president relented and gave him that room stroll and after year Horst was promoted to GM and then a year in as general manager. I got a call from the president and then a year later he called me and said remember what you said years ago and said Yeah I know I wanna be room sky and you did it thank you. He said No. No no you said you want to have to tell into company we got. You can move to Pittsburgh. Why was it the worst hotel and was a dilapidated hotel particularly with a very militaristic union and Pittsburgh was known for that occupancy West below thirty percent it was disaster it was a disarmed several tell Howard Johnson would target Schmidt took over with higher took over and the nineteen seventy s life generally improved in the US travel became more frequent and hospitality was booming. Major hotel chains like Hyatt. Were buying up old hotels. That had low occupancies renovating and turning them around so it wouldn't be an easy task for the general manager to not only manage the hotel operations and its employees but to also bring in a culture of change and improvement on top of that. Pittsburgh had another challenge. I was warned before I got to have from Genesis and other companies. All crying out loud. Don't go to Pittsburgh. This is the worst. Nobody can do a good job. Because there's a military union. Dan In fact the first day I was there. The Union boss came in mid five off his lieutenants. Game a sitting in a circle around me with union boss share in the middle of his back turned against me. A finally said to one of those guys ask him if he ever saw a car blown up and has had well known any turned around how. Fei and share and said amendment..

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"horst" Discussed on Faith Collides

Faith Collides

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"horst" Discussed on Faith Collides

"From Lexi. You're listening to faith collides. It's a show about industry leaders and the stories behind how faith plays into like that work. I'm grace and on today's show. We have hordes Solti the former president and COO other Brits Carlton Luxury Hotel Chain who later on became the founding president and CEO of Capella an ultra luxury hotel group. Cappella as a hotel where president trump and North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN shook hands for the very first time at the two thousand eighteen historic summit in Singapore. But before we get into how I got into running the top hotel chains. We're going to dive into his early years. That were defining moments for how he made choices for his career and how he faced his own weaknesses and challenging circumstances at work that eventually got him named the Corporate Hotel ea of the world by hotels magazine when he was fifty two years old. Now I'm guilty of this. But how many times have you seen a celebrity or industry leader featured on the front page of a magazine and just thought this person made it without ever really giving a second thought about what it might take in for him or her to get on the front cover for chassis when he joined the hospitality industry in one thousand nine hundred fifty s. It wasn't practical job to get into or even with a straightforward path to get to the top and just like many of us. We might grow up wanting to do something. That's not so practical and that often means we're going to have to hustle to figure things out along the way for me. I grew up wanting to be a news anchor and I thought I could study my way there but when I graduated from college in two thousand nine I realized my peers were moving to major cities to intern in the media industry with no earned income and tell there was a job opening. I also second guessed myself and wasn't sure how much I really wanted to do. It and I eventually went into business. So as a millennial I might not be the person you want to hear from on how to pursue your career ambitions but I think you could get something out of someone from the silent generation. The generation that came before the baby boomer's hordes Solti was born in Germany in nineteen thirty nine. It was the same year world. War Two started and also when his dad was drafted into the army horse recalls bombings and alarms going off. He says his mom was worried and crying all the time since his DAD became a prisoner Warren Russia but also remembers a moment of hope after the war ended. I was playing an clay pits bitten with another boy when somebody came from the village and said run home. You're dead is coming home. At that time. There was nothing in Germany and somebody from the village passed by an gift. A news eminent prisoner Volcan can begs. And that was the big news and was running home in the meantime the whole village had assembled an event through the crowd looked at this tall men standing there in debt. And that's when he knew that who who I was I was seven and Desmond. Meeting with my dad's courts started to regain normal life with both parents at home and as his country began to rebuild. After the war. People were working jobs. That were practical like an engineering architecture. Even carpentry or roofing but for some odd reason horst wanted to pursue something different. I am for some reason. Nobody knows why develop interest working the hotel business so when I was eleven I went to my parents and said I am wanted to work in a hotel with their hotel in your village. Never Seen Hotel never never. I don't know maybe I read psalms but I kept on persisting on. It might turn started to inquire what it would mean. Dave told about the best thing is to find a very goto talent start is Korea and if found the hotel about one hundred kilometers survey which I learned farm at that time took hours to get there mid forty left home and that hotel put it. You do for the hotel washing dishes. Cleaning tables cleaning ashtrays shining shoes at the beginning before you left your parents to work at this hotel. What type of faith did you grow up with? As a child while it was institutional frankly. I went into confirmation class at that time it was known to have in school every day. On our religion. We knew the GORSE. We could have resided pages and pages of the Bible but unfortunately what? We didn't really learn what's the meaning after three years of study with a with a pastor for the confirmation and he gave me some ninety one four was he will take you under his wings and your confidence will be on the his opinions. His stroz will be your shield and armor. I talked with me and I put it away and when I needed it I dug it out. Did you feel like you needed it? When you're fourteen years old and fifteen and sixteen and you're on your own you you'll get yourself in trouble. Dan Soon everytime I was hitting every time I realized that did something wrong. I duck our my and said you will take me on your wings so I ask. You did apply that that truth into your life when you were young Oxidative unfortunately it wasn't in a deep religion. My Manta unfortunate was just like a bellboy at called the bellboy and said do Disneland done. It was always kind of say. But that's my lawrence and before vendetta. My parents kept on saying this is the best hotel industry. That's why you can't talk it because they wanted me to start of my career in the Best Hotel but this tells me we could never go gizo tougher only for Fine Ladies and gentlemen that message was given to me by the general manager. Venus starts very clearly we are the servants and they are fine leads and Shannon here. You're here to serve but someone at the hotel. Ta and treated Horst to be beyond someone who was there just to serve his name was Carl's at Ler and Horst calls this man his maitre d' which means head waiter and French and and then of course the And been he talked to us that what a couple of other kids who started at the same time to be believed in the dorm together and demanded detoured us. Now understand from tomorrow on your show up at seven o'clock in the morning but don't show up to work show up to create excellence in what you're doing. In fact the funny thing is use. The English word excellence as he talked to us. In terms of course overhead that was fourteen years old but excellence in cleaning ashtrays washing dishes shining shoes. I didn't get that but he kept on talking about excellence. In what is more clearly defined himself as a person of excellence. Can you describe him a little bit? Toll Stately Gentlemen was about seventy two or seventy three. Ad Talk to picture over gentlemen and none of course. Barking time entails arisen perfection. Could you could shaved issues device shining. Perfect everything was perfect. He approached potato dignified class but humble at the same time and he was the ultimate elegance. But but I learned from him. Elegance without warms is arrogance. He spoke to you at boy at that time and kept on doing that and Newbury vowel. He has to repeat and repeat. Repeat what is important to the young people who grew up and he was committed to young people as much as they could that live there and interdependent with the with the Dacian Horst worked as an apprentice under the maitre d' for three years and at that time working in a trade in Germany required to go to trade school once a week. And that's when other kids from other restaurants and hotels from the area came together to a large school and two years in horse remembers a time when his teacher asked the students to write a three page essay on. What do you now feel about your industry so what you do? An effective worked at night and the sink. One GonNa ride what I'm gonNA write and I observe something that I had seen before but never never got it. Quite dementia went to a temple and I realized it was a changing moment. In my life I realized the guests on that table. We're proud that he came to them. Now wait a minute to reverse via disturbance. And they're the important leads and gentleman and.

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How Will Exploring Saturn's Moon Titan Be Different?

BrainStuff

06:35 min | 2 years ago

How Will Exploring Saturn's Moon Titan Be Different?

"Today's episode is brought to you by IBM. SMART is open open is smart i._B._M.'s combining their industry expertise with open source leadership of Red Hat. Let's unlock the world's potential. Let's put smart to work learn more at I._B._M.. Dot Com slash slash red hat welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey rain stuff. Lauren Vogel bomb here. NASA has announced that it will launch a space probe called dragonfly on an ambitious mission to Saturn's Saturn's Moon Titan in which a robotic rotorcraft lander will fly around Titan's surface and touchdown in various places as part of its exploratory mission the dragonfly space probe will look for traces of chemical processes similar to the ones that led to life on earth in addition to gathering other information about the Moon's surface and atmosphere dragonfly will launch twenty twenty six and arrive at Titan which is eight hundred eighty six million miles. That's one point four billion kilometers from the Sun in Twenty thirty four once they're. The space probe which is about the size of the Space Agency's spirit and Opportunity Mars Rovers will turn on eight rotors and fly through Titan's dense hazy atmosphere which is about four times the density of Earth's and explore. It's still mysterious surface. A Titan is the biggest of Saturn's sixty two moons and a close second in moon size at our solar system after Jupiter's Moon Ganymede has radius of about sixteen hundred miles or twenty five hundred kilometers making it about fifty percent wider than Earth's moon but it's not just titan size is it is made it a longtime object to fascination scientists Titan is also the only moon in the solar system with much of an atmosphere and it's the only slot in the solar system besides earth that's known to have Liquid Rivers Lakes and seas on its surface though the latter are made up of liquid hydrocarbons such as methane and ethane titans also believed to have an underground ocean of water deep beneath its icy surface that could possibly have harboured some form of life or may still contain it. The titans surface is brutally cold like. Minus two hundred ninety degrees Fahrenheit or one hundred and seventy degrees Celsius cold but conditions potential underground ocean are unknown titans thick atmosphere is about ninety five percent nitrogen with the rest mostly composed of methane the creates a thick orange colored haze hangs over the moon's surface making it difficult to observe from Earth much of what we do know comes from the European Space Agency's how Hon spacecraft which landed on Titan and transmitted data for seventy two minutes in two thousand five and from NASA's Cassini probe which did multiple fly bys of Titan between two thousand five in two thousand seventeen. How huns was actually attached to Cassini for these seven year trip to Titans vicinity scientists are particularly excited about dragonflies ability to fly rather than crawl crawl along the ground unlike Mars where NASA also plans to test a small robotic helicopter with large high speed blades twenty twenty titans atmosphere's thick enough to enable dragonfly to attain lift with relatively small Reuters and carry a bigger payload over longer distances? Mrs Than the experimental copter being sent to Mars. It's expected to cover more than one hundred miles or one hundred seventy five kilometers during its nearly three year mission on Titan it will fly in short hops up to five minutes at a time we spoke by email with Jason some sort of bomb a research scientist in the Department of Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and one of dragonflies co investigators he explained flight allows us to move the lander much greater distances in a short period of time than a traditional rover allowing us to more efficiently explore Titan. We also spoke by email with Kurt Neiber new frontiers program scientist for NASA. He said the dragonflies design is fundamentally different from the Mars helicopter quote not just because the atmosphere of Titan on Mars are so different but because they are different vehicles the Mars helicopter is a short lived technology demonstration with no science payload dragonfly is a self contained space craft designed to pursue science mission with high autonomy. It's like comparing a self driving car in electric. Electric Scooter both have wheels but they have very different purposes and therefore very different designs. The researchers working on dragonfly are excited about the opportunity to investigate the giant moons many mysteries Neiber said I'm looking forward to dragonfly finally giving US detailed answers about the surface of Titan at the small scale not just its composition but also its geology telling us about the complex organic materials present there and how they interact and also giving us a good look at surface features like dunes and the cell Crater Cassini he did a good job at giving us broad answers to this question at the large scale tens of miles for example but nothing beats getting down to the surface and actually digging your hands and feet in so to speak solder Baum also spoke to this. He said there's a plethora of unanswered answered questions about Titan's surface. One fundamental question we have yet to answer is what is the composition of titans major geologic units or if the water ice bedrock is exposed anywhere on Titan or if it's been buried beneath organic gunk this is because Titan's atmosphere obscures. Surface at most wavelengths limiting our ability to use traditional remote sensing techniques to study the surface composition dragonflies scrutiny of Titan's surface may also yield insights about the moon's atmosphere and the chemistry going on there which could in turn wind up helping us understand more about ourselves. We also spoke with Sarah Horst an assistant professor in the School of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University. WHO's also an investigator on the project? She said that chemistry and the atmosphere's interact with the surface quote is important for understanding the role that atmospheres play in the origin or evolution of life and also help us figure out what types molecules may constitute evidence for life when we're looking at observations faraway atmosphere's like those of exoplanets. Today's episode was by Patrick Jake Hyder and produced by Tyler Clang Breen stuff is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works her moines? This lots of other far out topics bizarre home planet has networks dot com in for more podcasts from iheartradio radio with the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

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"horst" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

15:58 min | 2 years ago

"horst" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"From podcast, one coming up in this episode of target USA a woman that I describe, as tough smart and funny, her name, Elizabeth Horst fees, the shark Jay defeo is at the US embassy in talent Estonia, and she's got a great story to tell as the Shahjahan I am in charge of the running of the embassy. I spent a good part of the day, working on the policy that we were con with the Estonians and our primary goals here are security, economic development and people to people relationships. And she's had plenty of experiences in people to people relationships. And some of the toughest.

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Search continues for swimmer missing in Hudson River

All Things Considered

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Search continues for swimmer missing in Hudson River

"Police are searching for swimmer who went missing during race some Hudson river. Authorities say sixty seven year old Charles Vander Horst of Chapel Hill, North Carolina was reported missing just after three pm yesterday near the George Washington Bridge. The NYPD says the search for van to her bend. Her Horst resumed today? Vendor who was taking part in a multi-stage one hundred twenty mile race down the Hudson. Caught the bridges race organizer's canceled today, seventh and final stage. New York, open water the organization running the events as safety protocols were in place, and police were escorting swimmers vendor Horst is retired professor of medicine at the university of North

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"horst" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"horst" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Caused around thirty five thousand dollars in damage early Friday morning in Waukesha, firefighters responded to cherrywood drive where they put out a fire in a kitchen area. The fire did cause a dog inside the home to pass away, but no people were injured. The Republican party of Wisconsin is hosting its annual convention in Oshkosh this weekend. State supreme court Justice elect Brian Hagedorn spoke to a crowd earlier this morning, and I will defend the constitution. I will defend the freedom of speech. I will defend the right to bear arms things which you put in the constitution, and, yes, I will defend everyone's religious liberty Senator Ron Johnson opened the convention in its content last night, and continued with speeches and panels today in prayer breakfast, expected tomorrow, the bucks runs towards the NBA final continued Friday night with a convincing one twenty five to one three win over the Toronto, Raptors Jaanus led the way with thirty points and seventeen rebounds, T and Jay's Greg Matic. Was there at halftime? A Friday night's game. The raptors had thirty nine points. The bucks bench had thirty one with suddenly Sova and Malcolm Brogdon leading the way for Mike Buddha noser I think the best continues to be a real strength for us in near son just off the charts in the NBA history of seven game playoff series only seven percent of teams have overcome a two. Oh series deficit. We wanna stay hungry. We want to go out there and continued, his focus on defense, make that identity. Let's see what happens in game three from Pfizer forum, Greg Matzek, WTMJ sport, the bucks players fans are focused on the current playoff run. But general manager John Horst is also focused on the off season. He tells Wisconsin's after news. He's been part of his Friday and Chicago to interview potential future bucks. Pretty important that we get the draft. Right. And get Britain, he right, our jobs. Don't stop in terms of talent evaluation and continue to add to the roster and, and prepare this roster to not have to be our best season yet, but to continue to go on or near Horst adds that he usually spends his time,.

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"horst" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"horst" Discussed on WDRC

"What we were expecting. Cream-skim martians with is on stocks all the time. It was only mom dad. Grading. Tricks your imagination. I guess Mars is heaven Horst. Thinking about. The lamb. Invaders. I don't see what you're getting wanted. This amish. Rain. The people. Bye. Craziest theory. All my life. There. How about that phone call? Now. Remember when I was pretty from delirious. I raised about a wonderful. Logical and she's coming to see you. No, anna. Oh, man. By reading my conscious mind..

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"horst" Discussed on The Bugle

The Bugle

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"horst" Discussed on The Bugle

"Section in the BusinessWeek. Well, fortunately, due to a lack of mistakes been has gone in the been along with the other section in the bin, which is hope humanity that is also just gone in the bid. You think there's no section the business week because as test match, oh, I did to make correlation equal cozy. Chris do you think that they will paces of metal being taken out of your butt because you had a hip operation or because you got really intimate with the transformer. It is not for Mehta. Are we wants to live the twenty th century? No judgment here. Now there is a test match on. And that's why there was no bugle last week. Sorry for that. We are giving you a minute and half extra free at Mojo in this week show that that was the last minute and a half thousand absolutely free is not. But know, I I mean, Manchester working in inverted commerce on the BBC's cricket coverage of England's getting I'm -solutely Horst in the West Indies, currently and it's great to see because West Indian cricket. They used to be the greatest team in the world Spain in a tough couple of decades for them and sport is supposed to be about joy and England cricket team is for a lot of joy to West Indies. Cricket fans of the past ten days. So play to them. Do you get Inkster pay for mental pain and anguish English team plays badly? Well, I don't know if that if that is BBC rules than all of their political reporters over the last three years must be salute mint. Story this week. And well, we did a week off Brexit to be honest to go with last week's week off Brexit view in which you had a week of everything. So we're going for raw the funnier happiest story, and that is the rise of rough sleeping in Britain. Is that a better new store?.

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"horst" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"horst" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"You want to know something about JT? He's one winter pick that I was right about all right yet. My the first episode of my family, and I we sat down and we were like who's going to win. And I said JT, and I completely agree with that assessment. Is that JT played a phenomenal game because he had that other half, you know, he had Stephen. And then we saw what what happened the next two times. He played in it, really wasn't very impressive. So I think he needed Stephen. Yeah. And that kind of leads to the next question, which is from Jeremiah pan Horst if Nick plays again, can he win the second time see really hundred this question a lot because it's a tough. It's a tough thing to answer. When people play the game of second time, obviously heart of the perception that people have of you is how you played the game the first time and Nick was not a polarizing player. But Nick was a really rape player. He did very well in the challenges. He obviously showed that he understands idols and how to find them and how to play them, and, you know, so he had a lot of really positive things in his game that I think if you play the second time people would recognize and look at it and say, no, you know, what he did really well on this aspect and here, but he wasn't someone who is like a Christian who was. Really so well liked and had an understanding of the game and on such a deeper level that I he could pull it off. But it would be difficult for him. He could get there. Someone like Christian. I think of Christian came back and played again he'd be in a really really tough spot. Just because of the understanding that he has shown he has of the game as a whole where someone like Nick, he came any almost got voted out first, and it was because he kind of had to find his footing, and he had to really kind of get where he needed to be by working harder to get there. It wasn't that it came naturally necessarily. He did understand it. So I think he could pull it off. But I think it would be difficult because he comes with now he has baggage. He is baggy shown he knows how to play the game. And that baggage could work against him. If he were to come back and play another season. Yeah. And I also think it depends on what kind of return season is it is an all-star season fans versus favorite season. The the allusive all winter season. I mean, the last one probably gives him the best chance because well, there's not an automatic drive devote out prior winters that often occurs with returning players. Yes..

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2008 financial crisis: 10 years old and still being felt

Marketplace All-in-One

01:16 min | 3 years ago

2008 financial crisis: 10 years old and still being felt

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Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition saved after fight over migration comes to an end

Bloomberg Markets

04:39 min | 3 years ago

Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition saved after fight over migration comes to an end

"Nine one newsroom in washington dc where nancy lyons has more the national headlines nancy thanks pam the pressure is on for crews to hurry with their rescue of twelve boys in their soccer coach stuck in a cave in northern thailand heavy rains are forecast for the coming days and that could worsen floods already in the cave the boys may need to swim out using diving equipment which comes with real risks secretary state mike pump hale is preparing for more talks with north korea this week is new intelligence reports indicate pyongyang is still making nuclear fuel white house press secretary sarah sanders can i confirm or deny reports i'm not gonna comment on that we had good meetings just a couple of days ago and as you know secretary of state's headed to north korea or continuing to make progress the trump administration is reportedly looking at rolling back obama era policies that encourage the use of race in college admissions to promote diversity the wall street journal reports trump officials believe the recommendations exceed supreme court precedent with more of his traveling this fourth of july many are dealing with extreme heat and tamra johnson with aaa says if you're driving you need to take precautions to make sure that you're packing plenty of water and the vehicle making sure that you're planning on your brakes actually take time with the family and then nature that you're keeping your full currently the national average is about two dollars and eighty six cents they are cheaper than we saw from royalty weakened for that ship traveling through a little further this is expected to be the heaviest fourth of july for travel since they began tracking stats eighteen years ago at the world cup still no score in the match between sweden and switzerland global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries thanks nancy now with our other job stories michael barr in germany chancellor angela merkel is into the immediate threat of a government breakup over migration merckel and the interior minister horst seehofer resolved their two week old dispute she came up with a plan that will tighten immigration and keep her riveria and sister party in the coalition see offer have threatened to resign but you'll stay on the former prime minister of malaysia achieve rozec has been arrested in a graft investigation announcement was made by the task force looking into corruption at the troubled state investment fund one m db can read prime minister mahathir mohamed is trying to recoup four point five billion dollars from the bond iranian president hassan honey has arrived in switzerland and we'll visit austria tomorrow with the landmark nuclear coordinated and the two alpine country he's hanging in the balance bloomberg school multi belly has more from tehran president has unroll honeys visits to burn on vienna will give the first crucial size of whether iran's european partners in the nuclear deal half what it takes to save the accord after us president donald trump abandoned it in may and reimposed wide ranging sanctions on these republic the stakes are high for rohani as he faces criticism at home for his management of a currency crisis precipitated by trump's exit from the deal tesla has called a time out the electric car company has been working around the clock in recent weeks to beat a production goal for its model three sedan bloomberg's learned the company is posing some production this week that will allow us to do basic maintenance and upkeep plus workers will be able to celebrate the fourth of july holiday a north carolina woman says she was inspired to donate a kidney to someone she didn't know after reading a friend's facebook post about how her teen daughter needed a kidney tracy smits originally was tested for her but was not a badge her match ended up being for george adams a forty eight yearold father in south carolina he'd been on the transplant list for nine months snap collected schmidt says she's happy for him i know somebody's dying and they needed one i didn't think twice about it more than one hundred fourteen thousand people are waiting for organs in the united states coming up a check on markets i'm michael barr this is bloomberg business leaders are increasingly demanding the outcomes they want when they want them and paying only for what they use at hewlett packard enterprise we're bringing that flexibility and control to it with the introduction of hp green pay paper use outcomes on your terms come to hp green lake and see the future of it get there at hp dot com slash.

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LeBron James agrees to 4-year, 154 million dollar deal with the Lakers

01:22 min | 3 years ago

LeBron James agrees to 4-year, 154 million dollar deal with the Lakers

"Is the news that is gripped the nba the sports world the brian james is going to los angeles he will join the lakers he's agreed to a four year one hundred fifty four million dollar deal espn stephen a smith reports this is the entire length of the deal there were no optouts very similar to what he did in miami going for a four year deal espn's brian windhorst notes this is also going to be a longer process for lebron in l a that it was in miami's not just about what the lakers have today this is as well as mentioned this is a more of a wide ranging deal that is involved with lifestyle involved with business interests involved with the lakers can be and they have options to address the add star players and they've options to add key role players that lebron will be connected to and it's probably gonna take them a while two years so maybe to build up to what they can be that is bryant away and horst espn nba insider among the flyers who have joined kentavious caldwell paul gets a one year twelve million dollar deal in the breaking news moments ago lance stevenson has decided to join the brian james with the los angeles lakers nba free agency it's what to watch for yes the big domino is falling but what comes next what to watch for is brought to you by firestone complete auto care keeping cars running newer longer whatever you drive driveafirestone we had you back to.

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Germany: Seehofer wants quick action on migrants

BBC World Service

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Germany: Seehofer wants quick action on migrants

"Interior minister horst seehofer is on a collision course with the chancellor over his plan to reject migrants if they have already registered in another european union country is see as you party will discuss the proposal damien mcguinness is imbera lynn what we're saying is a clash developing between interior minister and the chancellor angela merkel that's because the interior minister wants to implement a plan to knock back many asylum seekers the border of germany mrs merkel really wants to hammer out an e you wide solution with other european states so the question really is if mr z offer the interior minister sticks with guns and decides to implement this plan on his own this would mean that mrs mackel could be forced to sack him which would mean the government would collapse effectively and this could also eventually mean that she might have to step down herself world news from the bbc the king of spain's brotherinlaw in yucky or dungannon has been imprisoned on corruption charges following his trial last year you will serve five years and ten months from battlement influence peddling and tax fraud the husband of princess christina who was herself cleared of involvement becomes the first member of the spanish monarchs family to go to jail on wednesday mr or dangling was told he had five days to report to prison to start his sentence the taliban have resumed attacks on afghan forces in helmand and candor har provinces following the expiry of their three truce marking the end of ramadan two people are known to have been killed and several others injured on sunday the afghan president ashraf ghani announced a tenday extension to a unilateral government ceasefire which had been due to end on june the twentieth the security forces are allowed to defend themselves against attack addiction to electric games has for the first time being officially recognizes mental.

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Rains from Tropical Storm Carlotta pound Mexico's coast

All Things Considered

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Rains from Tropical Storm Carlotta pound Mexico's coast

"Republicans plan to meet with president trump next week on immigration legislation this according to a house gop leadership aid who tells npr the meeting scheduled for tuesday it comes after the president caused confusion among republican lawmakers friday when he said on a fox news interview that he wouldn't support a compromise bill the houses working on two bills the compromise one and a more conservative one that trump said he would support late last night the white house released a statement saying trump supported both immigration proposals and that the house plans to vote on them on thursday in germany chancellor angela merkel is standing her ground in a dispute about immigration with her interior minister as we nicholson reports there are serious concerns the political standoff could herald the collapse of the government johnson and michael has reiterated her view that mass migration is a european challenge and that germany's immigration policy must take the rest of europe into account this view is not shared by her interior minister horst seehofer who is demanding that asylumseekers already registered in other countries be turned away at germany's borders seehofer who is a member of the cs you the christian democrats bavarian sister party has threatened to go above michael's head and implemented border checks without her approval such a move would not only undermine the ease shannon open border treaty which has the german press remarks it could seriously damage michael's authority and potentially see the end of a seventy year alliance between the two conservative parties and with it the end of markle's three month old coalition for npr news i must musical sin in berlin the third named storm of the pacific hurricane season is dumping heavy rain on mexico south coast southeast of acapulco tropical storm carlotta is expected to make landfall late tonight or early tomorrow morning forecasters say the storm is expected to bring three to six inches of rain with up to ten inches of rain possible in spots the national hurricane center in miami says the storm has maximum sustained winds of sixty miles an hour but no significant change in strength is expected before landfall flash flooding and mudslides are also possible this is npr from k q e news i'm jeremy siegel the.

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