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"huber" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"We really really love and was balanced. It was complex had little spice to it and had a nice little nose to the sweeter totes the freeness that we wanted to it So this is the very first Balden Bond Carl T. that's a non single barrel like I said. Bottling Bonds being very, very popular thrown around the name is thrown around a lot. But for us we wanted to wait we did have four year whiskey. We did we can do any single barrel as bald and bond. But for us, we wanted to come out with a blend that really really shine above the rest in moving our Carl T. into what would be a ball on bond portfolio. So we mentioned Carl T. a few more times to make sure people understand what Carl T. is. Historically. We talked earlier when we started about the production of alcohol here on the farm and Carl T. would be my grandfather and prohibition etc. that was the generation. It really didn't get partake much in alcohol production, and historically the Huber family are very much wine-drinkers and spirited choice. A lot of times is actually Jin not whiskey. Brandy Cana fall in there but there's one generation it really stood out in my father remembers stories of of wintertime of taking the brand is still and in GRANDPA actually producing what he would describe as popcorn smelling whisky. He was making Bourbon back then. So one of the very few generations of family that actually actually made bourbon historically The only time that we actually could trace actual making bourbon here on the farm would be that generation which be GRANDPA in Carlotti and Karl Theodor is actually named so as you can tell Ted. then my middle name is yeah. So it's kind of fun thing that follow in GRANDPA's footsteps here through that in my dad would always talk about that particular thing again historically, we were pretty much brandy producers, but that's our one little. Tolan, the water of of making whisky with with that generation. Awesome. So as we wrap this up, I've got kind of like one last question Ted to kind of throw to you and who's going in for your job harder right now. Depends on what job it is. Different parts of the job right now. So as you can tell, there's a few roles you could give. CEOS. Towns you pretty good hands and one thing about transitional family business as you always want to. Make sure there's enthusiasm and the education of backup that enthusiasm and when we were looking the next Gen into this particular company within the make sure that the boys really got the proper education. They worked they worked you know underneath of US pretty much since they were able to walk and understand all aspects of fermentation distributions. Agriculture and everything but we went send them away to really learn. The true mechanics of what it takes to actually run a good functional distillery or winery. In so as far as WHO's gun in for what side of it. I'm GonNa let them fight it out the next? Who Ends up with what side here's You'll taste the whiskey today. You can tribe are my single bureaus in my brother's single bureau seeing Steve. Difference. There's a definite difference that Christian alluded to earlier that you know who who's making what cut. And barrel pick and proof going into the barrel. There's a distinct difference and we're doing we. When we go taste barrels like we were yesterday in the warehouse I don't like to know exactly everything that's going on in that barrel I, like to Kinda more blind tasted del and there's a definite signature of the three of us that I can pick up that it was done by the staff You know on the day to day operations or if a signature that one of the three of us, we could pick it up pretty easy to play fair with him I tell him I like three of his boroughs three of his I. Think a chalkboard, the back and Pick somebody WHO's goes puts another one next the next to their name or something like that. Now, all the family reserved so far that been picked out has been all collaborated barrels oddly enough none of them none of the families have come out with one of the three of us yet they would through brandy and to the brandy side and. In the Whiskey side and wind side of it. So those really really unique things that we released have been collaborated through the whole plant. Now, in single barrel is on the other hand there's definitely my Christians in Blake's signature on certain single barrels that come out of the plant that are definite are style. Well, this has been great I mean. I. Think I feel like we're almost cutting you short because even talking for an hour and I mean there's still so much more to talk about. So I have a feeling that this will be continued part to in the future absolutely. Gosh. I'm like my mom and right now so much information to take in those great. That's why we didn't thesis Oakland. That's right. Yup that's why we're picking it. You make it. Yeah absolutely. So you know Ted Christian Blake I'm GonNa say thank you again for coming on talking about Huber talking about starlight your background, the whiskey everything's been fantastic and you know we're really looking forward to. Seeing, more this whiskey seeing more what's be distributed to I know you that you're working to get further out and more states in the United States So I think a lot of people are gonNA be able to look forward to the train this whiskey here in the very near future. Cheers again thank you for coming on the show. Thank you congratulations. Great job guys, I. Mean this is really good stuff and now had something to do my family goes pick pumpkins? And distillery in the warehouses. And then also if anybody wants to find out more about starlight and Huber or did they find out about, you can find us on Instagram at starlight Hillary facebook escalates Hillary or visit our website at www. Dot Com fantastic and makes you follow. On all.
"huber" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"To establish a winery distillery and fruit farm as what we were first step seven generations in Germany. So south of Baden Baden along the Rhine river is a large fruit growing area hints the fact that we were started as a winery and a brandy producer back. In the eighteen hundreds. So they were looking for the perfect piece of ground settled around this area in the eighteen thirties. But bought the farm that we're standing on in eighteen forty, three in established established vineyards, orchards those one or two first things that were originally planted and if you've ever know the history of alcohol, you know that brandy was consumed far more than whiskey in the eighteen hundreds, and if you know the history of the area Apple Brandy was the big producer and this particular region in southern Indiana is the apple brandy producing. If you look at layered up on the East Coast you would know how popular they were back in in the eighteen hundreds also so. That gets that gets a started in which you see when you look out these windows that were in this building. Here you see all the orchards, all the vineyards, blackberries, and all the fruit being grown this farm, which is kind of unique to this particular area and people think of Indiana as corn, which you can think of coroners Bourbon so forth, but you don't think of. Indiana as being is larger fruit producer as it would have been in the seventeen and eighteen hundreds which and people don't realize that Indian also was the largest wine producing state for over one hundred years back in the late seventeen hundreds into eighteen hundred. So there's rich history here in southern Indiana comes to brandy production and wine production and then we had several different. In this particular region one was the great blight of the late eighteen hundreds then prohibition. In, those two pretty much wiped. INDIANA. Out off the map when it comes to producing alcohol. At that particular time and it wasn't until the nineteen seventies that my father and his brother. Car-o-van over able to go ahead and get the winery started they were working with some legislators and other people in Indiana that really wanted to see the wind industry be reborn. And so in the early nineteen seventies that happened vineyards were reestablished on this property and then the winery came to existence and that really well, and then around the late nineteen eighties. Early Nineties people know the Marcella name is our number one selling wine sweet Marcella That would be my grandmother pretty good for a lot of people know that in this market that's my grandmother and grandma kept Cana prodding me in my late mid teens about bringing the distillery back and getting her applejack Apple Brandy. Production back, GOIN-. In High School but my love of science and production and fermentation. She could tell she was really working hard on that and so we started pursuing the dude little research, the development and little cat of hidden in the back room of the winery little distillation process going on learning from things about that particular time and so things went really well with that particular project. But the big hurdle for us was to get the laws changed in Indiana because as we know the big distillery here in Indiana in GP up there that time was Seagram's. We didn't want that type of distillery. We WanNA to guess to visit US tourist tastes with US enjoy cocktails out on the patio and. The whole experience to Huber we wanted to make sure distillery had that same experience as you would with a winery or the farm. In with the current license at Indian ahead, that could not happen. We would just be a production factory, not not an actual tourist stiller. So it took us several years from. We really started working hard about nineteen, ninety eight and wasn't till two thousand and one that the things lined up for US legislatively here in Indiana and we got the brandy law passed and people wonder why we made brandy before we made whiskey and how that happened but the legislators felt very comfortable with the winery comfortable with the history of Brandy and the state of Indiana and comfortable with. How wineries operated. So they figured that you know Randy's just distilled wine. So that can't be that big a deal. So our first license was brandy only what was the law? Talk about what was the law that you said was in place that only allowed Seagram's or GP to produce. Now. That's that's a different distillation law than so MGP and starlight distillery actually it's with different license. Our licence allows us to be able to have tours, tastings, cocktails, and spirits to go home with customers If you go to the GP those that was do not actually exist on their license gotcha. So we actually have two different license, and actually when you visit starlight distiller in, you take the tour, you actually see two different license because we run. Two different distilleries we have the brandy distillery and the whiskey distillery, and they are actually two different license on our property. Now, they do basically the same thing but our brandy license being a little bit older. We did not want to relinquish that license and operate just under the current license. There's a few restrictions as far as production and quotas that the grain distillery has that the brandy distillery does not I. Think we missed in your title was also lobbyists. That's been my father taught me that back in my in my early teens and the boys actually in their early teens have testified. In front of our public policy and House and Senate in the state. House. Mini mini times when they were still in high school and even middle. School Talking about the distillery and expanding it, and we always wanted to put a fresh face to legislators to say, Hey, this is you know we're looking for multigenerational companies here. These aren't gonNA open up and close ten or fifteen years. Later, these businesses that can be established with a lot of a lot of capital inputs in business in buildings without the right license and operational that people aren't going to invest time and energy, and capital into the type of facilities were sitting in here right now without good good laws to to work under. So yeah. So yeah, lobbyists January in February. That's when Indiana's kind of hot on legislation it's slow time here on the farm. And Lot. Being kind of worked in bringing down capitol. Hill? have. Sometimes, twice a week running up to two in Annapolis Very Nice. So you had the brain-dead that you're farmers originally do incorrect, and then why did that production stop at some point The brand is still going on that. We still have a lot of acres of grapes. Apples in some other fruits very minor do. We do strawberry we do peach and all these other brands but very limited production grape and apple or the two big ones. That's what we did a lot in eighteen hundreds. And that's what we grow a lot of. So that's our largest production in that and then our gen came about because if you think of brandy brandies distill wine or distilled fruits and fruits have seasons. And fruits don't store very well. So you know we don't have brandy production three, hundred, sixty, five days a year like we would with grain that we can store easily and have and so during the wintertime when we finished with Apple Brandy, then that's when the still that's typically used for brandy gets used for Gen and so that that that's still brandy still nowhere close to whiskey production in America was a brand new drinking culture, and now we're a whiskey drinking culture. So our brandy sales are do really well good and competitions and have great respect nationwide Are Nowhere near Bourbon or Rye whiskey. That's the two big categories that Redo right now when you do a tour of starlight distillery, you'll see both both distilleries and see the size of the brandy versus the size of the Whiskey in the brandy distillery is tucked in the winery. So it operates as part of the wind program because again were fermenting wine from impressing apples and pressing grapes..
"huber" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"Jeers. Welcome back episode of Bourbon pursuit the official podcast of urban and this time Kenyon Ryan traveling up north for once not in Bardstown Not Frankfort we actually came to cross the border up into Indiana. Yeah. We typically this is our first northern trip though lacking think of it actually is we're usually going down south for a lot of these trips. Yeah. In this one climate this trip a lot of time. So yeah. With it. So the the guests talking about today you know this is this is kind of like a staple in Louisville that people know it's like an easy get away. You go around with the family go to the farm. You can pick some strawberries have a good time. You know drinks some sangre on the backboard while you're listening to some tunes and this was something that. We've all been here plenty of times before and I know I talked about talked for guests. Previously when we were doing this, I, was like I tasted their whisky. You know a few years ago when I was like Oh you know it's it's on the right direction and then all of a sudden there is a lot of social media that kind of like really. Building, this up I was like, okay. Well, let's go see what it's all about again and I got introduced to one of our guests today by one of the purchasing managers at Kroger and he was like, Hey, let's go and taste some barrels in the warehouse and I was like, okay, cool I. Could get away from that. Good. And I was blown away completely floored by the whiskey I mean it completely. Changed and changed for the better and I'm just like I said, I'm super super excited to talk about our guests from the that other Indiana distillery. That's right. Yeah this. This place Huber's where we're at I've been I'll talk to our guest Bob and coming here for years as a kid filled trips family getaways. It's like field of dreams you build it you come. It's like who would think you'd come up to an hour away from Louisville and coming out of farm all day but it's everybody loves it I love it. My kids love it. My wife really loves it. She loves it too much She's like when your best customers. Dragging me up here on Sundays from a missing football but that's Okay I love it. It's a good time. So love sitting on the patio having the Sangria the ones and listening to music but Yeah. I'm excited about the Bourbon because like I said at work forty five minutes away so. You another great distillery that close does it's a home run for us. Absolutely. So let's go ahead and introduce our guest today. So on the show, we have three gentlemen from Huber's winery also start like distillery it's all part of the Hubert Orchard. Starting on our left, we've got blake. He is the current graduate and of Cornell and going into he's somewhat of an intern going into full-time. We're still trying to debate that as we're going to work at his title. We've also got Christian. He's the production manager for the wine and spirits and plan operations it we've got Ted. He is the president of all Hubert Orch Inc, which would winery distillery and also the current master distiller here. So gentlemen welcome to the show. Thank you. You can't tell that their family, right? Got Three different versions of So there was one thing that we always want to start the show off with, and that's just like a kind of fun ice breakers. All kind of asked the question to you. Would you rather be an astronaut or an Olympic gold medalist? And Ask for sure say yeah. Okay. We'll go on white wine astronaut by the three of us are are really science geeks. We Love we love science as the two boys and myself that's what we love to do, and we get into the distillery or the winery or even the agriculture producing. What we do we we always take a scientific approach to about everything and then we rounded up with a little bit of art and fund. So we all have mentioned that exactly the same time on the enough or they hate exercise. Just getting, but not all astronauts get go to space to do they. Get they get to work on the science side. It's true nature. We love. We Love we love science math. So. Let's it sit an excel spreadsheet it doesn't make sense to me. What about you? Ryan Olympic gold medal for now I mean I like science but not all day long. So probably, but I don't know if I want to be training all day either man so. Maybe. I'll do Olympic athletes maybe like rifling or archery or something right? Don't have to run all day. That's what I was thinking. Maybe Olympic athlete and I was thinking maybe like curling curling. I mean this is as follows. Yeah. You just grab a beer afterwards. That's fine. That's just like a plane cornhole backyard, but I'm in on that. All right. So let's go ahead and we'll kind of. Really dive into it. So I Kinda WanNa talk a little bit about you. All I kind of talk about the family, the winery distillery like how did this all kind of start because I know that this is one thing that Ryan doesn't know about knife last time I was here when I was looking at some your barrels, its its DSP I n thirty one right I mean, that's a that's a low number and because I remember DSP y thirty one is heaven. Hill and. I'm like I N thirty one I was like, wow, that's that's super-low. So I know that you've been around for a while. So kind of talk about some of the history that that led up to today. Okay. I'll take that when because a lot of the history goes back further than the boys do with a distillery. So we actually were founded back in eighteen forty three by Simon, Huber who carries the name on our Jin Him and his son Ignatius came over from Germany..
Some On The Right See 17-Year-Old Charged With Killing 2 Kenosha Protesters As Hero
"Riton House, the 17 year old charged with killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, goes before a judge tomorrow for a preliminary hearing. Rittenhouse has become a hero to some on the right. Sean Johnson of Wisconsin public radio reports on those pushing that narrative. After Kenosha police shot Jacob Lake, a black man in the back multiple times. The city erupted into protest on August 25th Kyle Rittenhouse made the 20 mile trip to Kenosha from his home in Antioch, Illinois. Rittenhouse, a lifeguard and a vocal supporter of police said he was there to protect the local business and offer medical help if needed. He walked through the crowds that night with an air 15 rifle strapped to his chest. What happened that night is disputed and will eventually be hashed out in court. But a full scale public relations blitz is underway by some of written houses supporters. A group called the Fightback Foundation released a dramatic video compilation of cellphone footage from the night of the shootings. It claims Riton House fired his gun on Lee after being chased and attacked. Narrator speaks of Rittenhouse being sacrificed by politicians. But it's not Kyle Riton house there after their end game is to strip away the constitutional right of all citizens. To defend our communities, our personal property. Our lives and the lives of our loved ones written houses cause got the attention of conservative media figures. Here's former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, on Fox News. What's it coming, too? In these liberal cities? When teenagers have to go out there to try to provide aid? The Fightback Foundation says it's raised almost $2 million for Riton House. The group's chairman, is Linwood, a prominent attorney who made a name for himself representing Richard Jewell in the 1996 Olympic bombing case. Longtime Wisconsin defense lawyer Dean Strang, who is not involved in this case, says the teens, attorneys may well argue self defence, but it has nothing to do in the first instance with being the hero. It has everything to do with whether you will be held responsible for killing other people or you want. Kyle Rittenhouse is charged with first degree reckless homicide in the death of 36 year old Joseph Rosenbaum and first degree intentional homicide in the death of 26 year old Anthony Huber. Huber. Surviving partner, Hannah Giddings is among a group of plaintiffs who this week filed a civil lawsuit against Riton House and a Kenosha militia group in a YouTube clip. She talks about Hubert. He did not deserve that. He was a Good human Being. The plaintiffs are also suing Facebook for publicizing the militia groups call to arms. John Pearce has written houses lead attorney. He told the conservative news site Breitbart that his client had a god given right to be in the city that night. But I will tell you There's no doubt about this. That is, every law abiding Americans showed up in the city that they love. There are 15 The chaos would stuff immediately. Aside from the Rittenhouse case, it does appear more people are embracing violence as a solution. In 2020, University of Arizona sociology professor Jennifer Carlson researchers gun politics, She says she's noticed the difference this year. Rather than solving problems at the ballot box, she says. Some are reaching for a box of bullets. People are beginning to really think that we have reached the point of no return with regard to violence and whether we have or not. If people believe that we have that is very troubling. Kyle Rittenhouse is in custody in Lake County, Illinois. Tomorrow's court hearing there will focus on whether he can be extradited to Wisconsin. For
The Cultural and Ecological Implications of the Salep Orchid Trade
"Take those steps in and do something professionally with your career to actually. Contribute to the world of conservation, which brings us to the topic of Salad, and if anyone listening has heard of salad at all is probably as an ingredient, which is interesting. Because often times I hear people saying, Vanilla is the only culinary viable orchid on the planet, which is not true. So let's talk about sal up what is it? What is it used for, and where does it come from? When Salad Salad? Actually, it's not only an arcade ashamed Larkin it's like a big group of four kids. If you go through literature, you can find more than thirty five species. SLEAFORD Silane it's also depending on when a whether you are what exactly two different species or group species in Greece different one in Turkey or other countries. So when we talk about the If we see all the countries together faced in weekend, say that the most common once belonged to Janet like or he's like that filariasis also mccown. And infected, maybe it's off races when. So what's smoke one between solid core kids as their root system they most often have obeyed Bob's or? Huber's along one that look like little fingers. If. You see those on the rises. So this is actually a a salad porchet and being driven is coming through the dried and ground Cuba's that's what you get the. Fowler and the Susan Shelley Different. If you see, for example, in Greece, they like days they're just washed with water and dry. But if you go to Durkin also boy in either walking on me, it depends on very Jim. So that's what's giving you the final product of salad father. In what is sell generally used in? I mean, if someone's looking to see if it's an ingredient, what kind of food are they looking at generally or is it a lot just like the orchids that gives us it If you look at it as any greeted Bailey actually there are a lot of things you can find it most often is the traditional beverage. Back. The. Actually it's not always clear product that sometimes makes the cornstarch. Bob Is the one that you make the beverage hot beverage also techie you can find the acid thickening ingredient for they additional ice cream called on the. One that stick you on. an increase is also used or traditional ice cream, but this call, Kai Mikey by this mixed with mustard powder. The one that comes from the must be healthy. So this is more I don't mind. And less. But issue see that he starts Suzanne Masters you can not a fine sapping the most stains places even as an ingredient or bombs. So. Mrs I leave. I much. Boy. While an okay. So these are all terrestrial orchids for anyone that's not familiar with the Genera, and when you talk about harvesting routes, that immediately brings to mind issues that we have with harvesting plants here in North America for instance, panics and high dressed us. Those are two plants that are highly sought after further routes, but the very act of pulling up a plant. By. Its roots kills it right. So this is where you can kind of see the connection with conservation. If you're harvesting the roots of a plant, you're you're taking its life away from it right and so that's where you start to come into issues with biodiversity endangerment with a lot of these orchids correct yet because the production of Saleh Pro Juarez, the use of the entire. Plans. So basically in the overwhelming majority of aces harvesting salad means the destruction of the orchestras selves. Now to make one kilo solid requires a by two and a half thousand plans. To the half thousand individuals, Wallin kilo. Of. Salam powder ouch. Yeah. That's a lot of orchids. Now, if you think about one cup of sal but of the equivalent to Cappuccino or something but drinking salad beverage. you need five grams for that. So if you do the math works as Iran thirteen plans for a single cup of salad drink. Does a pretty expensive kind of process in terms of of orchids. and. There are certain people told you know taking one of the to chew birds and putting the other back but all this is all this is just talk really because the amount of work required harvesting these things it's very hard were, and that's one of the reasons why are studied we found a lot of people that actually stopped elected. Elected Saleh. But It's a bypass were talking about something between. Ten. In Turkey and the launch ed very variable. The amount of used something between twenty and AC tones in a single year. Yeah. And that I remember talk from Professor Cramps Zeke, he mentioned that every year and thirteen one, hundred, twenty, million arcades are being kids in order to produce missile of the year. So it's like a tremendous amount of individuals and as able say that it is like you're actually bringing up a whole mountain that say a huge number. Yeah and again, we wouldn't be talking about conservation here. If this was something that was produced agriculturally, right these are all being taken from the wild they're harvested and those numbers are mind blowing I had no idea what we were getting into when. We started talking about this just in terms of quantity and like you said, it's not just the fact that they're pulling these plants out of the ground and them for this it's your digging the whole time you're also disrupting habitats and that's something I never see talked about when it comes to harvesting foraging anything like that is the fact that if you're digging things up your
Trump condemns 'dangerous anti-police rhetoric' in Kenosha visit
"A presidential visit dividing kenosha Wisconsin a city shaken by unrest sparked by the police shooting of Jacob Blake and we're going to help them a lot despite pleas from local officials that he stay away. The president used a visit to a key battleground state to press his hardline law and order campaign message. We have to condemn the dangerous anti police rhetoric. It's getting more and more. It's very unfair. You have. Some bad apples I said yesterday I said it last night. There are under tremendous pressure he's referring to a Fox News interview Monday night where he compared the actions of the Kenosha police officer who fired seven shots into Blake's back to a golfer missing a Putt they shooting the guy in the back many times I've been. Couldn't have done something different but they choke just like in a golf tournament they missed three-foot comparing it to golf because of course, the media I'm saying people just ahead of his visit, the president refused to condemn seventeen year old kyle. Rittenhouse believed to be a trump supporter who's charged with shooting and killing two anti-racism protestors thirty, six year old Joseph Rosenbaum and twenty six year old Anthony Huber president trump appeared to justify written houses actions under investigation but I guess he was in very big trouble. He would have been. He probably would have been killed, but it's under it's under investigation. Joe Biden, blasting the president blaming him for stoking violence I think words for president. Matter And when they breed hatred, those folks are hiding none of the rocks come out the Biden campaign in a statement today saying the president of the United States is bizarrely highlighting the unrest and division. He has stoked refusing to condemn violence committed by his own supporters an election year fight over who can keep America safe prolonging one cities pain
Uber to mandate mask selfies of riders to verify they're wearing masks
"Will start to require some riders to snap Selfies to prove they're wearing face masks. The ride hailing APP already requires drivers to take photos verifying their masking up soon. Any passenger who has previously been called out for not wearing a face covering will be asked. To take a selfie for mask verification before they can write again. The feature is set to roll out in the next few weeks in a blogger post, Huber says accountability is a two way street, explaining First offenders will receive an email while repeat violations may lead to being booted off of the platform.
Kyle Rittenhouse charged with murder in Kenosha shootings
"Were out in the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, once again last night. Demanding justice for Jacob Blake. He's the African American man shot in the back by police National Guard called in from three states and now new details emerging about the deadly shooting that erupted during a night of unrest earlier this week. 17 year old Kyle Rittenhouse, now in custody, charged with homicide Accused of killing two people and injuring a third team from Antioch, Illinois of former police cadet was seen guarding a car repair shop Tuesday night telling Blaze TV. He was armed with a lethal ammunition projecting from the citizens and I just got a person in the crowd in hour and a half later, the disturbing and graphic incident unfolds detailed in a new criminal complaint. At 11 48 PM Rittenhouse can be seen running across the parking lot. He turns to face a protester now identified as Joseph Rosenbaum and shoots him. He picks up his phone, then runs away. Rosenbaum does not survive. One minute later at 11 49, the shooter could be seen running down the street long gun in hand. Protesters tackle him to the ground. His next victim, Anthony Huber, tries to grab the gun attempting to this arm him with a skateboard, but he's shot in the chest and killed Another protester gauge. Grosskreutz is shot in the arm while his hands are raised at 11 51. He approaches police arriving on the scene. A CZ police move in Rittenhouse Khun be seen with his hands up, but he's not taken into custody. It's not until more than 12 hours later that police announce he's turned himself in across state lines in Illinois. In situations that are high stress. You have such an incredible tunnel vision. So no raising questions about the police response in light of Jacob Blake shooting now Kenosha police revealing new information identifying the officer who shot Blake. Seven times in the back as Rustin, Chesky, Chesky and two other officers have been placed on administrative leave, and a federal civil rights investigation has been opened. Jacob Blake's father, saying his son is handcuffed to his hospital bed while he recovers from the Seven shots to his back. There had been a warrant out for Blake's arrest when Sunday's shooting unfolded, but no word on whether that warrant is why Blake is handcuffed to his bed wth Igor Verner of Wisconsin. Baffled Blake is still partially paralyzed. That's
Former Uber exec charged with trying to hide massive hack
"Executive at Uber is accused of concealing a massive hack that exposed the data of 57 million drivers and passengers. He was fired and now faces criminal charges. NPR's tech correspondent Shannon Bond reports and just a note here Uber is an NPR financial supporter. When Joe Sullivan learns that hackers had stolen huge amounts of data from uber back in 2016. He didn't tell regulators, law enforcement or the public. Instead, federal prosecutors allege, Uber's chief security officer tried to hide it. Here's US Attorney David Anderson, who filed the charges against Sullivan in federal court in Northern California. We expect prompt reporting of criminal conduct. We expect cooperation with our investigations. We will not tolerate corporate cover ups. We will not tolerate illegal hush money payments to keep the incident under wraps. Prosecutors say Sullivan arranged for uber to pay the hackers $100,000, and he had them signed non disclosure agreements, saying falsely that they never stole any data. That payment was made through Uber's Bug bounty program. Many tech companies have similar programs offering rewards to so called white hat hackers that test their systems for vulnerabilities. But Anderson says this payment was not a bug bounty. It was a cover up. The problem isn't with the legitimate bug bounty. The problem is that this house money payment was not a bug bounty best. The problem. Whoever did eventually disclosed the breach and fire Sullivan, but not until a year later. Two men pleaded guilty to the hack last year. Now Sullivan is charged with obstructing justice and concealing a felony. A spokesman for Sullivan says there's no merit to the charges. He says it was up to Uber's legal team to report the reach. Huber says it's cooperating with the investigation. If he's convicted, Sullivan could face up to eight years in prison and $500,000 in fines. Shannon Bond. NPR NEWS, San
Former Uber exec charged with trying to hide massive hack
"Executive at Uber is accused of concealing a massive hack that exposed the data of 57 million drivers and passengers. He was fired and now faces criminal charges. NPR's tech correspondent Shannon Bond reports and just a note here Uber is an NPR financial supporter. When Joe Sullivan learned that hackers had stolen huge amounts of data from uber back in 2016, he didn't tell regulators, law enforcement or the public. Instead, federal prosecutors allege, Uber's chief security officer tried to hide it. Here's US Attorney David Anderson, who filed the charges against Sullivan in federal court in Northern California. We expect prompt reporting of criminal conduct. We expect cooperation with our investigations. We will not tolerate corporate cover ups. We will not tolerate illegal hush money payments to keep the incident under wraps. Prosecutors say Sullivan arranged for uber to pay the hackers $100,000, and he had them signed non disclosure agreements, saying falsely that they never stole any data. That payment was made through Uber's Bug bounty program. Many tech companies have similar programs offering rewards to so called white hat hackers that test their systems for vulnerabilities. But Anderson says this payment was not a bug bounty. It was a cover up. The problem isn't with the legitimate bug Bali. The problem is that this house money payment was not a bug bounty best. The problem. Whoever did eventually disclosed the breach and fire Sullivan, but not until a year later. Human pleaded guilty to the hack last year. Now Sullivan is charged with obstructing justice and concealing a felony. A spokesman for Sullivan says there's no merit to the charges. He says it was up to Uber's legal team to report the breach. Huber says it's cooperating with the investigation. If he's convicted, Sullivan could face up to eight years in prison and $500,000 in fines. Shannon Bond,
Books Ive Loved Neil Strauss
"Hello Boys and girls ladies and Germs Tim Ferriss. Welcome to another upset of the Tim Ferriss show where it is usually my job to sit down with world class performers of all different types, startup founders, investors, chess champions, Olympic, athletes you name it to tease out the habits that you can apply in your own lives. This episode however is an experiment in part of short form series that I'm doing simply called books I've loved I've invited some amazing pass guests close. Friends and new faces to share their favorite books describe their favorite books, the books that have influenced them, change them, transform them for the better and I. Hope You pick up one or two mentors in the form of books from this new series and apply the lessons in your own life. I had a lot of fun putting this together inviting these people to participate and have learned so so much myself. I hope that is also the case for you. Please enjoy. Thanks for having me back to talk about some of my favorite books and I wanted to do something different today, which is I wanted to recommend some books that I've never recommended before on this podcast and that I haven't heard other people recommending things that people may not know about I wanNA turn people onto some new staff. That's like so central to me. So My Criteria were, what are the books where I've underlined the most amount of things some of these books that I'm going to recommend I literally have underlining or marks on every single page. A have kind of involved system. I use to mark books depending on the residents of the idea and different things going on in the book. The second thing is brought together these books sort of. Encompass like. The body of. What I think right now, the kinds of things that I write about and posted on instagram and teach in coach and have had so much value in my life and change them, and I'm going to walk you into them from. Let's say the simplest book to the most complex from one that's just so easy to read to one. It's almost like a textbook safer into these the beginning and see how far along you get I. Love All of these. They're really great on the path to understand yourself and who you are and the obstacles again, your way and where he's self sabotage in your relationships and. Real. Freedom. The first author is Sherry Huber and I wanted to tell you about her past but I looked it up online and I can't find anything there. So I don't know if it's public but as a child Sherry, probably faced one of the worst traumas a young person can ever. Go through and only survived it. She became a Buddhist monk. Ever met in my life I. Think She's one of the most. Centered. Wise. Powerful presences I've ever been around there's just something about her that. I can my I would like to get to one day. I really would she writes tons of books I'd love to read every one. And her books very simply written just still to pure wisdom almost like a wise mentor is giving you the advice. There aren't like supporting arguments and footnotes in research studies is just like the wisdom from high on the mountain. It's also unique font where part of the story and the power and the impact of the words is done through the font and style of writing changing as well. The illustrations by June shaver or could be shiver. The illustrator in the book so really. Looked through all her books read anything but I'll share with you the two that have had the biggest impact on me. Actually to read but I would want to read the rest. But I started with fear Book and fear book is so powerful because so many of us. Have a certain area where fear and doubt and uncertainty get in our way, and the book walks you through the of of of how to embrace them and move beyond them, and often it's very counterintuitive. But so true I highly recommend this for dealing with it and want to read you one quote from it. I WANNA read a couple of quotes from it. And her basic idea is that moving toward your fears and getting past them is the path to freedom and I love this part. And her books by the way very short hundred, fifty pages at most. She writes if you no longer believe what fear tells you you will live and it will not. That is a point on a spiritual journey that almost nobody gets past when the terror arises. When it gets backed into a corner and a matter of its survival years almost nobody has the required combination of courage desperation willingness to stand up to it.
Get Ready for The Umbrella Academy Season 2
"Hello everyone and welcome. It is the Gui recap. It's recap of all the things that are going to of happened for the week of July Twenty, seven, twenty twenty before it happens. My name is Bruce and let's start with the Gui pick of the week. The umbrella academy season two comes out this week on net. If, you're unfamiliar with the show. seven children are born on the same day. Their mothers got pregnant They all possess some amazing ability. Some rich man buys the children and makes them a superhero team. Now they're all grown up and the end of the world has happened. Okay. Season One was great season to hopefully will follow along with that tradition four TV pages on Monday nothing Tuesday cw has the premiere of tell me. A story and vice has the premiere of how to rob a bank for Wednesday. Fox has the finale of ultimate tag. and C W has the finale of bulletproof Thursday nothing Friday. The same Saturday BBC America Has Earth Light. That's A. A premier and HBO has the Premiere of Joe Joe. Rabbit for Sunday CW, has the premiere of Fridge wars and taskmaster for movies coming out this week, unhinged still on the books to come out this week. I'm not sure if it's been pushed back or not it's a Russell Crowe movie where he has a roads rated incident and things. Go Downhill from there. For DVD's, you have end of sentence for on Line Services Net flicks has last chance you season five, the speed Huber's and like I, said the umbrella academy season two
"huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Well this is our with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health he is a Jack of all trades he runs his nonprofit he has privileges to hospitals and they also need to stand up he's a host of his own podcast and he's got a lot of other things in the work he's been going back and forth to New York City can you reveal anything about what's going on Dr no you whisper something about it's an interesting one you will you and I both have it can you reveal anything right now we're just asked me to keep my mouth shut I want to do is so are not to say anything yeah keep your fingers crossed that and it's going to be stuff that it's just juicy and people around me might kill me and that actually is yes but that he might kill me is with him so it only everyone you said it not only getting back to our our topics and and more for intended dealt say they work too much and they just can't stop now more personality driven or is because we have certain bosses that demand things are missing we feel like we're just gonna lose everything unless we we keep up well there's a lot of things going on here you know we we feel a commitment and I need to to progress and move ahead and you know especially as you know we get older you start looking at all these young kids coming up with these new degrees and things like that and wait I'm going to compete so I'm gonna be able to produce more and you know you got your kids going off to college yourself in man and there's a lot of drive for that or you want a new car your wife's complain about her car is on its last leg how do you do that well you put in extra time to work on bigger projects in you make bigger commissions well you know again we're talking about the average person for of those forty percent for a living or spending eleven hours in addition to the regular forty hour work week at work or at home doing work they should be doing it at work and I think a few things need to happen one of them is you need to you know put kind of a clock on your social media because you may be spending a lot more time on social media actually are and you could be more efficient and get things done and your regular work week so just you know I'm not I'm not you know call and if you know the kettle black here or anything else like that but pay attention to what you're doing it just like when you're when you're dieting are meeting so well that you're snacking all day on candy and you walk by your boss's desk and there's some remains there and in your secretary's desk has some chocolates and you can't figure out why you never lose anyway start a little what do you call it a diary of what you consume the same way diary of what you consume as far as social media when you're on it how long you're on that type of stuff now you might think that it's gonna take a lot of time but when you start seeing what you're doing what you're writing down and it'll still six on that behavior the other thing is you know if you have a it's the biggest red flags you go home you don't recognize your wife that you know you've been spending way too much time working a lot of forgetting that their spouses are their doctor in Austin yeah well you know in children you know my wife and I were talking about you know how we decide we don't have kids so we told him last night and they look at us like crazy I don't know what the problems are I thought I think I just stand up he's got a when you really think about it if you can make it right you know life is way too short find some the last right it right all the way to the bank take care yourself physically you know take that same eleven hours and if you get your family out walking or riding bikes are doing martial arts playing basketball you'll be surprised how close your family gets and how much healthier they are and how much better their life is over all and brings us back to what we always thought we talk about it every now and then especially in recent weeks about new year's resolutions and that do you know do more jam do more than the other but sometimes it's due last obviously food social media but sometimes you gotta figure out ways to do less to be less busy at work and figure out a way to diplomatically do that I guess absolutely it's a balance and that's you know that's where everything is whether you're trying to lose weight trying to gain weight trying to lose interest because you know honestly you know you start putting on muscle your muscles get away more than body fat you just want the money set to drop weight your weight may actually go up as you get thinner and look more set so you know when it's really kind of an arbitrary measure that maybe that's not what you should be looking at so get into the gym work out watch what you're doing talk with your doctor talk with your family friends maybe get a trainer a couple sessions most of the major gyms out there even the minor ones have independent trainers there and they can kind of help you negotiate that because everybody's metabolism is slightly different and again it's learning who you are and what you're doing and working out and finding that balance and having a happy twenty twenty Dr I'm most irresistible headline came out in recent days saying that most people reach their peak for being miserable asks everyone guess what age age forty seven I mean you can't help but say okay I mean it goes it goes back to the whole midlife crisis you know the the times people talk about that that that raise that is anything to this you know it it does make sense with a mid life crisis what I'm curious about it there's a peak it or or you know get it's worse in forty seven and start getting batters to just stay that way until you're eighty five ninety years old let's go back down that hope so I hope so because what that means is we realized at that point that something's got to change and we start making changes and and increasing the value and and the the blessings we have in our life that way and that is you know that that's perfectly fine and we were kind of learning from mistakes and you know failures are failures if you if you learn from so just keep moving forward and figure out how to make your life a better place a happier place I always tried to lead people is something that makes me smile every time even if it's a bad joke his smile this morning the numbers to go with this guy who did this Dartmouth found that it's worldwide a hundred thirty two countries right no male and female alike doesn't matter you were all human beings and it's it's kind of funny to think about that that it doesn't matter if you're in one of these small third world countries or and here you know riding high in the Bahamas on your on your yacht you know forty seven is is is that kind of halfway point you know we always hope we can make it to be a hundred now they're saying ninety four you know forty seven that would be that would be good but I pay attention to what's going on you can stop that before it ever gets that way start doing it in your twenties and thirties I mean trying to teach my kids to pay attention to what's going on and don't get themselves caught up in a rat race and sometimes it's kind of hard especially my kids are teenagers and of course dad doesn't know anything because you know I'm dad but it's it is something that even if they're not really listening to now I hope when they move on and and sign their own way in the world that they will retain some of that and I recommend everybody do that try to find the things that make you smile and and do that every day kids laughed in excess of six seven eight year old kids are last laugh in excess of four hundred times a day the average adult is only ten to twelve times a day that's not enough not enough it's a it's a laughing crisis we have right now and we don't have been crisis we don't have to wait till the new year to resolve or anything and it's not too late and I can't help but think dark we always think I'm trying to do math but forty seven is that when the kids have left the nasco and maybe we're at the end of the bar of the spectrum on our in our career and we think well this is far as I thought it might not get any further this is about you know there might be a glass ceiling with it and we might be taking care of parents so I did ask him about that when we come back from the break also want to get an update on the case I mean treatments you've been talking about how they treated people with alcoholism and PTSD where other things have never ever work back here on American terms with Dr John Huber of mainstream mental health right after this sometimes life and sometimes it's.
"huber" Discussed on WJR 760
"This Joanne Huber CPA and certified financial planner so I'm surprised that stands pensioner yeah I'm surprised I'm surprised since the spring training started yesterday Joanne that you're not down in surprise Arizona that's where most CPA's hang out is having training for new clients and I mean you guys aren't really doing anything this time of year right just sitting back relaxing during the good life yeah yeah we'll we'll we'll at least here you know three weeks into February you still have some energy we'll we'll see what happens here seven more weeks out should be three inches shorter so I did the the the reason I wanted you to come and spend a few minutes with us here on America's wealth management shows because we are talking about spring training and I think that when the baseball teams are out there in spring training what they're really trying to do is they're gonna spend a significant amount of time really analyzing all of the players get their line up in place and you know try to form what they think is going to be a winning team was gonna team as they can with the players that they have at their disposal so can you imagine if they stopped at the end of spring training and never made any substitution is never made any adjustments and just that that's it that we're we're done with that would be like somebody Joanne that gathers all of their information for their tax returns gets the tax return done and then just files everything away and doesn't think about it again until next year at the same time so you talk about what most people do that is exactly what most people do not so crazy you wouldn't don't know baseball team would dream of doing that the thing is that most people don't understand the value of a good CPA that can work with them throughout the year to help them win the game and I think they helped him win the game with a powerful defense because a good CPA is going to be that powerful defense against your biggest enemy and your biggest opponent in your retirement game and that is Uncle Sam right see when you look at it you have all of the pieces of your financial puzzle that are coming together and they're all we need to make the analogy that each piece is a different player and you're trying to go through and say how do we put those players together those pieces together in the most optimal way to make it so you're going to pay the least amount of taxes right if you if you pay less taxes that means that your actual real return your return after taxes and inflation is higher right exactly so you can have the same exact risk level in a portfolio and have a better real return because you paid less taxes right at the end of the day it all comes down to how much do you get to keep in your pocket to do whatever it is you want to do the end of the day the deal is do you win right well I count that as a win if we can minimize taxes it's a great victory I do too okay so a couple of problems with that whole thing and and that is that most people St that they they think in really really short periods of time when it comes to their taxes right so right now the common question is how you know how much of a refund of my getting or do I owe and if you know you owe taxes will you must've done something wrong yeah four you know what can you do now in February or March to affect what I did in twenty nineteen well you know if you didn't win the World Series last year it's a little too late you're you're you know the the season's over right he moves you can make a really minor and maybe they'll help you get in a better position for this year but as far as last year there's very little you think so what should a person be doing right now I think right now it's time to be looking ahead okay what opportunities are there for this year and next year the next ten fifteen years and saying what can I start doing what changes do I need to make you know I have these players and I've done the same thing over and over again and I don't really like the results I've gotten so what change can I make to change the outcome so yogi Berra the great Yankee catcher what is said it's like deja vu all over again so you need a copy of our tax reduction strategies guide to get you thinking in the right direction this is not a tax preparation deal folks this is actually saying okay what what can I start doing now and of course when I say now it doesn't mean that you can sit down and pick your CPA's rain for a couple of hours because that's really what they're going to need is a couple of hours with you to understand everything that you've got going on and create that forward looking plan for you from a tax perspective right now all you can do is gather the documents understand what things you need to be thinking of and then set up a meeting with your CPA or if you like with our CPA who is who that's that's your favorite thing to do joint is it your favorite thing is tax planning rights hoping people win the game by lowering their tax bill legally right it's where we can get into the strategy yeah and say okay what can we do instead of just keep repeating what we've done over and over again and so either you have to look back when the Royals won the World Series mid season they brought in Ben Zobrist you know what he's provided that spark plug that we needed and he was an actual member of the teacher did yeah and that's kind of what we're looking at a tax planning is what can we change to make that's far to change the results of where we're at I could change the rules of the game but you can change the positions of the players so that they work better to your advantage well that and the tax code is so complex that you know most of you have no idea what the rules even are so two things I want you to do right now if you got five hundred thousand dollars safer time I wanted to get to our website and once you get a copy of our tax reduction strategies guide the website is America's wealth management show dot com slash radio that's America's wealth management show dot com slash radio and the second thing I want you to do is I want you to pick up the phone and call us and I want you to set up a meeting for a free second opinion and we got some leg work to do before joining can actually do the tax winnings will sit down with one of our certified financial planners and we will construct a plan to plan in the form of a second opinion and then once Joanne and her team are finished with tax preparation they will then give a good look at your overall financial plans okay from a tax perspective how can we come in as a great defense and.
Vanished: Kelsey Berreth
"It was Kelsey. Mom Cheryl contacted the police to report. Kelsey missing MRS on December. Second two thousand Eighteen Cheryl hadn't spoken to. Her daughter are in over a week. Kelsey infant daughter Kayleigh had been in the custody of her father and Kelsey Fiance Patrick swayze since Thanksgiving giving day and I wasn't like Kelsey to be out of touch without explanation right so right away alarm bells were ringing. Yeah this just isn't the Kelsey now. Oh very responsible. Smart Young Woman and Kelsey actually grew up on a farm in Washington state. She had a younger brother Clinton and loved. Horses is and she always had dreams of becoming a commercial pilot according to her mother and she she went to aviation school in Washington and then began working professionally as a flight instructor. So I'm very impressed by that. Yes pretty cool and everybody can do that in two thousand sixteen. She met Patrick swayze in on an online dating site. Type of thing yeah. She moved to Colorado to be near him so things heated up pretty quickly. Yes she really liked. Kim She thought he was a keeper and he could be the one group her list. She was well enough into him that she made a big move right. Yeah that shows something doesn't it. I mean and you have to be fairly committed to do that when we think frazee worked and lived on his mother's ranch where he trained cattle dogs and he also worked safari her. Now for those of you. Who Don't know like me? A farrier is a specialist in equine hoof care includes the trimming and balancing of horses hooves. WHO's and putting shoes on their hooves? Right and NASHES horses. I guess donkeys as well. He had a friend with donkey's who he is to take care of. Their hooves chargers officer who Friday I think so. So Kelsey worked. As a flight instructor at Falcon Air Force Base before she accepted the position. DOSS aviation Russian in Pueblo Colorado. Her boss Daas said that Kelsey was diligent and committed she commuted from her condo in Woodland Park to her job in Pueblo. Blow several days a week. People who flew with her remembered her as a very positive force in their lives and a someone that they could really trust when her students graduated graduated. They left some glowing reviews of her large knowledge base and her very helpful teaching techniques so she was really well regarded there so it seems and she had moved into her own condo in the town of Woodland Park and that's not far from phrase's ranch. The two became engaged and they had a baby girl in the fall of two thousand seventeen. They named her Kaley crazy. Seemed happy to be a father and seemed to take good care of Keighley but calcium calcium. Patrick didn't live together however in Kelsey family felt the relationship was a good one. The parents shared custody making plans to be together as a family. We at some point right so I kind of see right from the beginning here. A lack of commitment on his part that they weren't living together after they had a baby. Seems a little little strange to me. Yeah if you're co-parenting and you're engaged to be married. Why wouldn't you live together right? So that's just kind of a red flag that I noticed noticed right away and the beginning of this story. You're was it more. His decision not live together. Well we don't know you know. Her mother had said it was financial. He'll things which I think it was mostly him because he was the one who had financial problems which will get into. But let's go ahead and talk a little bit about the missing missing persons report and what I happened. Okay so the first police officer who showed up to do a welfare check on Kelsey was Corporal Beth Huber and Ed after entering information into the local and national databases. She contacted Patrick swayze so right away. They're going to contact the fiance well. Of course frizzy claimed that the last time he had seen Kelsey was Thanksgiving Day. That was November. Twenty second when they had exchanged custody of Keighley in the alley behind Chelsea's condo a frizzy said their romantic relationship was over during the the custody exchange. She returned items that belonged to Kelsey this included her handgun. Somehow Munition Car Keys House keys and some other personal items right so so custody. Exchange in the alley is another weird thing here. Yeah and also saying that their relationship was over nobody else knew of that UH and there was no evidence to show that and will notice that when we look at their conversations around this time Chelsea's family reported to police that it was highly unusual for her her to go away without telling anyone her mom Cheryl had spoken to Kelsey twice on the phone on November twenty second and two her Kelsey seemed like her normal. Happy yourself she talked excitedly about the upcoming Christmas holiday with Kaley. What kind of presence? They would have for stuff like that then after talking to her mom Kelsey Chelsea went shopping with Kaley. She was caught on video surveillance at a Safeway store and Woodland Park and she entered the store at twelve. Oh five everything looks. It's normal and exited the Safeway at twelve twenty seven pm and this would also be verified by receipts from the store so after leaving the store door Kelsey sent frasier text and she offered to make him a sweet potato casserole. That doesn't really sound like someone who's broken up. Her sure doesn't sounds like a good relationship. Yeah at least one that she's you know invested in for sure right then between twelve fifty four and when seventeen eighteen that same day frazee was captured on a Walmart surveillance camera at the Woodland Park Walmart. He had a baby carrier with a blanket that looked like the blankets. Seen with Kelsey and Kaley at the Safeway Okay we couldn't be seen but it's probable issues with frizzy because he had the carrier. Sure I think that's a pretty safe assumption. But Kelsey wasn't seen again after Thanksgiving Day even though her cellphone continued to send messages on November. Twenty four th Cheryl got a text from Chelsea's phone saying that she would call her later but then Kelsey never called her. The next day there was a text from Chelsea's phone to her supervisor at doss aviation it said she was planning to take a trip and would be away for a week. There were also messages to Patrick. swayze eight on the twenty four th at four. PM FRAC- sent a text to calcium phone. Saying if this is truly what you want respect your wishes and give you space the leave you alone now. Then the next day there was a text from Chelsea's phone to phrase's phone saying do you even love me. And he answered that text swith. Why would I bend over backwards and stand by you through everything if I didn't so the answer to your question is yes I do so so after about a week of not hearing from her daughter Cheryl Berith called free just to see you know what's going on? Frasier told Cheryl that he and Kelsey Elsie had an argument in calcium. Broken up with him and giving Kaley to him he suggested to share Kelsey may have flown somewhere with a CO worker. But Kelsey hadn't told Cheryl better trip or breaking up with Razi so mom Cheryl is getting more and more concerned and that's when she called the voice so at the welfare check of Chelsea's Condo. Her keys in purse were gone but both of her cars were parked outside. They didn't find any signs of foul. Oh play on this visit but her makeup in toothbrush. Were still in the bathroom and there were some mostly uneaten cinnamon rolls sitting on the stove. There was also also a candle on a warmer nearby in the heat was up higher than usual so these are all very strange things. She wouldn't leave for a trip without her makeup makeup in her toothbrush. Leaving food on the counter were turning the thermostat down right so by this time ten days had passed since Kelsey she had last been seen. Remember Cheryl got a text from Kelsey but we don't believe that that last one was from Kelsey because she was already missing right. Your impression is that it's doctored. Kind of thing. Yeah just to throw people off right and even Cheryl would say that. The texting wasn't like her daughters texting. So there were some red flags right away on the whole thing. There was a press conference held on December four and the case was still being treated as. There's a missing persons case. Police announced that Kelsey phone had pinged on a tower in gooding Idaho on November twenty fifth. This was a long way from aware. CALC- lived I think it was eight hundred. Two thousand miles so Cheryl spoke about her daughter being a reliable person and she asked for help in locating eating her but notably. Patrick Frasier did not attend this press conference and of course everybody noticed that
"huber" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Huber of mainstream mental health and that we just heard some Christmas music it's the season to be jolly Dr Huber but apparently were also stressed out about politics that were not exactly grabbing onto that Christmas and holiday spirit in fact eight in ten Americans say politics are their biggest source of stress in life is a whole new thing doc well I think it it's kind of compounding a lot of things that are are are coming together like the dominoes are all lined up just right and one of them being the house social media news outlets work and one of the biggest things I know they can get people to follow those clicks and that's how they get paid a little click throughs is to talk about politics because it gives people emotionally upset and that just triggers that constant state of stress when were always emotional and and we're tired of it as a population yes this new survey of some two thousand people finds that all this vitriol filled political discourse is taking a toll seventy percent of respondents say politics is their number one source and you know and I guess it really doesn't have to be we want to pay attention to the news we want to be woken enough and know what's going on so we can react properly as citizens and voters but I think probably it comes down to issues when we stay so on a social media arguing with people reading fake news headlines I hate to over use that phrase dock with so many times the headline and people just get mad insurance and how can this be and they don't even click and read the article not can wants to be very very misleading well in fact most of the headlines are are all the changes in these articles they do updates throughout the day and they just change the headlines and there is there is no real content change and that just goes to show we're reading ball points were not reading the article and that's that's pretty scary you know we're just going off those full of coins and it doesn't always reflect what's really in the story itself and yeah I can be very frustrating and we get tired of hearing the same thing over and over and it's really easy to see how we kind of personalized that and think that that will ever they're talking bad about is doing that bad things for you in trying to ruin your life and that's where they frame it and it works for them as far as the click throughs in their dollar income in advertising well I want to ask you two sides just maybe taking a break from social media are not taking it all so seriously every minute of the day because sixty nine percent of respondents said that they are turning to on healthy coping methods and we know that can involves volley legal drugs substance abuse etcetera so what kind of Randy is there for these these coping mechanisms and being too involved in Herington upset about politics well what we have to remember is that the algorithms in the social media apps are designed to make you feel reinforced at the same time to keep you on line as much as possible so for example if you post a picture up on on one of those programs like Instagram and instantly twenty or thirty your friends like it they don't let you know that they feed you three or four likes in a few minutes later they do three or four more and you keep coming back to the Instagram app and they love it they do that intentionally but each time you get one of those like you get that little dope members well the same thing kinda happens with with the news feeds and your friends because the the program knows for example that you like Donald Trump or you don't like Donald Trump and it keeps recycling these negative things but they don't let you see points of view from the other perspective ninety percent of the time so you start to believe that the whole world thinks exactly like you do and that's one of things we got to get off that social media out spend some time with real people in your presence not just on the line so when you're walking across that sidewalk in LA or San Diego or New York City everybody around you doesn't necessarily think exactly like you do that because you're online you think they all do I love the you keep up with these trends in the psychology behind it because I remember a few years back feeling like we were in such a precarious situation not use a ten dollar workout reset doc majors search engine was going to start feeding us results when we search for things according to what they think will one like and what we really wanted before searching for something we what we really wanted was the top result of that particular word or term not with the search engine thinks we want but what is really out there what really is training and all that and in minutes just filtered down to the social media as well these algorithms you talk about that really put us in that bubble of just our own thinking in others like well it makes it makes is fragile it doesn't doesn't give us a opportunity to practice dealing with somebody's different point of view and trying to find common ground so what happens then we think it's a personal attack against you and that gives us anger and we go back and try to find more new system for our beliefs that so we kind of justified our our thinking and all this time we're in the studio group mentality because it's not really a real group you're not sitting in front of all these people and those algorithms you know are very very serious in fact alone must even set a I is probably the most serious and most dangerous thing we're looking at it's not nuclear war it's not nuclear power it's not it's not the the the quote unquote climb its problem it's artificial intelligence because those algorithms and how those work can seriously control how our population things along those without a I would harm is in sort of a terminator type way with real it's really the mental warfare but all isn't it exactly and and who knows you know they they make me a level of intelligence that they have some sort of stingy an understanding that they're out there and then into the in among itself and then we're in real trouble but you know because we are smarter than the programs I think we're gonna be okay which maybe were not now but hopefully we will be for awhile well again and what I want to talk about the stress of the holiday season and there's a new study about how the conclusion of the impeachment hearings will turn out ten the cat I mean issue we talked about but first you know it really is not overstating about a minute doc to say we spend so much time on social media and if you are not on the computer all that much god bless you there were so many it's so much much part of their day to to find the news in their news feed and to be reacting to that and we do take it personally doc how can you talk is down from taking it personally if someone tweets for trump or against drop and we don't like what the other person bro it's not they're not taking it out on us right it's not personal right it's not it's not personal what I tended to do just hi all political posted people post that I associate with and the artificial intelligence is starting to get it so I'm not getting nearly as much as I used to get and then I try to close very positive motivational type of boxing statements throughout the day and you.
What the World's Longest-Lived People Eat
"This many episode Dr Hyman Sits Down with National Geographic Fellow and author of the Blue Zones. Dan Buettner blue zones is a term Dan. Dan coined to designate the geographic regions were high. Percentages of centenarians are enjoying remarkably long and full lives. Let's listen in as Dan shares the commonalities season. Diet as well as lifestyle among the longest lived populations in the world in two thousand. My team came across an interesting fact the World Health Organization named Okinawa's the place in the world with the longest disability free life expectancy and so they have we want they live a longtime managed to elude most chronic disease and die fairly quickly. We we call that the rectangle survival curve. You don't die long painful so you you. You live along time healthy well in boom. You're dead. Yes that's kind of what you WanNa do and really that was kind of the founding of blue zones in two thousand and that that expedition expedition was hugely successful and I had the idea that if there are there's a blue zone area and area where people live a long time in Asia there must be other areas in Europe and Latin American United States. I got funding from the National Institutes on aging to hire demographers to to do the science of population defined statistically longest lived and then recruited a team of experts to help me distill that sorta common denominators the the the bigger high in these blue zones areas around the world is that longevity was not something that was pursued. It's it's something that ensued from the right environment so the healthiest foods beans and Greens and nuts and tubers huber's and grains are they're the cheapest and most accessible curiously no matter where you go and you see people living along time doing the same nine things and they they're clustered in four more areas number one. They're moving naturally as opposed to exercise so nudge into movement. They tend to have a sense of purpose. They can identify the articulate that sense of purpose purpose. They're downshifting. There's things sacred daily rituals downshift them so stopping and being as opposed to doing yes but it's it's less less conscience and Moore wrote for example. Okinawan women are Okinawa older will can owns will always stop what they're doing before they eat. They'll say three words Hachi BU which reminds them to stop eating when their stomachs are eighty percent full adventists were the longest the Americans they all say a prayer so the punctuation between the busy busy life and their food so they're slowdown in each slower. Costa Rica can cut you. They take a nap sir. They do happy hour hour nap. I don't know what everybody does it. So it's not like you're the outlier by you know having having a couple glasses of wine after work or taking a nap at three in the afternoon so and then when it comes to what to what they eat their ninety five to one hundred percent of their dietary intake comes from plants the pillars of all longevity diets in the world. I mentioned before Greens grains whole grains nuts beans and tubers so no matter where you go those five things making daily diet eat meat about five times a month the fish maybe two times a week unless you'd think commodities commuter coastal communities right. They look coastal okay so they're Sardinia Italy it cut he agrees Okinawa Japan the Nagoya Peninsula of Costa Rica and ill Loma Linda three of those Pfizer kind of island. One is peninsula but the blue zone areas are always inland. They're always up in the highlands. They tend to live on a slope in fact one of the biggest corner stigma. Mill longtime is the slope of the land which you live so live on a hill exactly. Yes I live on a well. Yeah and you have to walk down down. Yeah I mean that that's makes sense to me but that was K- studied very carefully in Sardinia and the this the steeper the village the longer the people lived so and then the the the foundation the power nine foundation was keeping your investing in your family became part of a faith in me faith it was and then really paying attention to the people you hang out with yeah so I started out with blue talk about purpose and the ports of the family ah shifting but at the end of the day you realized that the runway for health for most Americans is what we eat through our mouth three times the day there are networks people love to eat so in the last year or two. I've been really focusing on food and trying to really think through what the longest people eight and how to translate it for American populations so you know there's some interesting data on like you know meet and and whether it's harmful or helpful and a lot of it has to do with what the context through overall diet is you know my my view on meeting for I mean in all honesty and blue zones people didn't need you know they typically knew the name of the animal and they took occur the animal for a long time and then it was time for the wedding but it was infrequent often as a condiment. I would argue that most Americans are are disease comes from overeating and over the the wrong kind of food which is usually usually meet not always I mean there's a few one percent of meat. Is You know grass-fed and we ate at once twice a week. There'd be no problem with the reality is to send the message alleged that it's okay to eat meat or the longest people in the world he meet people. Take it the wrong way of if you really want to eat healthy the one one of the keys is having the skills to make a few I I would say plant based meals. I beans is I would say is the the the should be the main ingredient because they're hardy and they kept the protein. You need got cook them. We probably know the plant paradox but the thing is is interesting because you know you talk about how a lot of these cultures consume a lot of beans and there's been a lot of popular books out there lately saying that electons issue and beans are concerning anything 'cause autumn unity and inflammation when you look at these cultures they had very sophisticated ways of actually combining different foods of cooking them breaking down these things that actually may be problematic so can you talk a little bit about that. I Yeah I think that was unfortunate propaganda about that so I mean yeah I mean yes if you eat them raw their problem but I mean here we have seventy percent of Americans are be third are pre diabetic dropping dead of heart disease and we're worried selected for crying out loud. It's it silly I can tell you beyond a shadow of a doubt the the five cultures who are living the longest were eating beans almost every day and probably a cup of beans means and I would say that I mean as long as you soak him. Cookham to a boil electons aren't an issue the reality of the gas problem. Is this your if if you're eating meat cheese and eggs all the time your gut bacteria is is going to proliferate to die to optimally digest meat eggs and cheese when you shift and all of a sudden if if that's all you're eating egg mcmuffins and then all of a sudden you shift to healthy being based your your your gut bacteria. Gaza what the Hell's going on here. It's GonNa be a war but that were only last for about a week or week and a half and then all of a sudden your gut bacteria shift so it can break down those long chain carbohydrates that are in beings to digestible carbohydrates well hydrated and you don't have that issue I every single day I zero issue and and you're talking about how to start out with these smaller beans like rather than kidney beans. Lima beans lentils goals and beans that are easier to follow the far the gaseous if you're not eating them regularly again after two weeks of historic lentils PS and move your way is an important thing that people don't realize about the microbiome in the role plays in all chronic disease including obesity and diabetes and so the way to cultivate your inner garden is by eating getting a lot of plans by eating a lot of fiber rich foods. I liked the inner garden. Yeah I mean we gotTA tender garden. We got the we got a lot of weeds growing in there that are causing disease and the way you get the weeds as you put in the good stuff and it crowds it out so you know when you look at these traditional cultures and I have you done this in Burkina south facade in Africa they looked at the microbiome microbiome of of these people eating more traditional dies and then compared to western Diet and what the microbiome listen they're and they're completely different and you know this is really an important thing that I think hobbies happening in these cultures where all have much healthier digestion is much less autoimmune disease much more anti inflammatory diet which is which is really what's driving being their alone Javadi because we know the longevity is really related to two things one is inflammation or lack of it and to is your ability to handle sugar and
Two children dead in Ohio, 10 people injured when stolen police car crashes
"Two children are dead in Dayton after a man crashed a stolen police cruiser the children have now been identified this afternoon as two six year olds Eleanor make bride of Huber heights and Penelope jeffco of Dayton ten other people were also hurt when that stolen police vehicle crashed into other cars at the front of the Dayton metro library Raymond Walters junior is now being charged with
'Goal posts' move again for release of DOJ inspector general FISA abuse report
"I as far as I know the time table is still expected to be September for the inspector general's report yes yes it is that has not changed she could but it's as assuming that's the case you have so Capitol Hill comes back from the August break Congress comes back then you you have the IG report come down then at some point I'm guessing or which will testify and then I guess then what William Barr will take that report band decide what is actionable within that report and you and you still have you've got that you've got the the Connecticut Huber you've got his you have and you have the Senate investigation of both of both so what happened there and the Hillary emails right so people forget about that the Senate still investigating the whole Hillary emailed the Bakul yeah and I don't know again where where that ends up because that's not even the William Barr investigation with a federal prosecutor involved none of these the even eight touch on that although a number of I guess common items will be found I mean it's all part of it I mean I get back to the question about the IG report will that include the Hillary email investigation how that was handled because there was that transition and there were common investigators
Chairman, U. S. And John Huber discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"A major heat wave is expected to make two thirds of the nation through this weekend with forecasters calling for temperatures to soar across much of the central and eastern U. S. extreme heat doesn't just worse than the physical health of people with mental health diagnoses it can also exacerbate their existing mental health conditions analysis from doctor John Huber clinical forensic psychologist and chairman of a nonprofit called mainstream mental health John what happens here so our stress level in general when we sleep our bodies actually like to drop in and temperature and it helps with sleep better and
Colorado STEM school shooting: One dead, 8 injured, 2 in custody
"There's been a shooting in Littleton Colorado out of school. And this was a k through twelve school stem school, and you have seen maybe some of the video of kids lined up outside of the school to people have been arrested in connection with the shooting. The details are kind of sports and coming out, slowly, but two suspects are in custody. The governor says he's monitoring the shooting happened late in the afternoon on what would have been rainy kind of school day for those kids who were there in in Littleton. And we see the images again of kids lineup out of school putting their hands up and the good news is immediately. The Douglas county sheriff's department responded and bam got them into custody suspects. And and of course, unfortunately, there eight victims that were injured seven to eight they're saying. But nobody killed in. This is in Littleton. So a suburb of Denver, and they were on the scene the police and the sheriff's deputies almost right away, and they try to suss things out yet kids on the ground. I mean, what an awful thing they said they were initially looking for third suspect. But then they ruled that out one victim is in good condition that children's hospital and Colorado south campus in highlands ranch. So that's a good thing. And immediately the sheriff's department tweeted something out that the school is locked down and all other Highland ranch. Schools were on lockdown so kudos to them. They handled the situation correctly Sem school was placed on lock down, of course, after the shooting up, and and it's been lifted it was a couple hours later lifted, but you know, about eighteen hundred students there and it's in Littleton, Colorado. And you think back to Columbine high school back in ninety nine two students killed. You know, twelve of their classmates and how awful that was and it brings back those memories. And of course, parkland last year and Florida disa- sad state of affairs, and we've had people on to talk about it. We've had our favorites. Qala Jon Huber to come on and talk about it. And what do we do about this epidemic? And and then what you see afterwards, and what are the motives than will possibly make them want to do that. And to fellow classmates to come back to school where they were. But some of those details are are just starting to happen. And of course, anything we know will we will pass on to you. But the good news is as of now, nobody was reported dead shot to death in that incident. Thank goodness. And they immediately responded to what was
Best Buy names first woman CEO as Hubert Joly steps down
"Number one is a change at the top of the recently written off as defunct electronics retailer best buy the company this morning named Corey berry as its new CEO. She'd been chief financial officer the past three years, she will replace Bertolli who'd been in charge since two thousand twelve and is widely credited with earning best buy around so marketplaces, and your has more. Now what the change means for best buy in. It's never ending competition with Amazon and other internet retailers who bear show Lee was an outsider. Best buy brought him in from the hospitality industry to deal with plunging sales, dwindling profits as more people went online to buy TV's and laptops. Joe Feldman is with the consulting firm tells the advisory group Huber Joe Lee helped transform the company and turn things around and show that there is important position for consumer electronics retailer in America to go ahead and compete with Amazon under show Lee best buy matched online prices used stores warehouses to fill online orders and added services like in-home product installation, the incoming CEO Corey berry played an instrumental role in best buy's turnaround, branding consultant Denise Leon says berry should move the company even more aggressively into services over gadgets. Yes, we will continue to have more and more devices and more technology, but the way they're integrated into our lives is becoming more personal. And therefore, we require a service provider to be in person with us provide that kind of in-person service best buy his so far managed to avoid the fate of belly up big box retailers, like Circuit City, toys, R us and sports authority, but Michael pack. Her with Wedbush securities has eventually best buy ship is gonna run into one of those icebergs. It's been dodging. I believe my kids will never shop at best buy ever, they're nineteen. And I think my kids are pretty average. He says best buy can thrive as an electronics convenience store where we get phone chargers and adapters when he can't wait. But he doesn't think best buy needs a thousand stores to do that.
"huber" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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Oscar nominations 2019 predictions: From A Star is Born to Roma
"Eight. I saw green book most recently, which I thought was great that may end up being my pick to to win the best picture. You've seen all best picture movies except for Roma. So you've got Black Panther black klansman bohemian rhapsody, by the way, Adam Lambert and Queen are going to perform Sunday, that'd be cool. That'll be really lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper performing. Which will also be cool. You really cool the favorite green book Romo rumour, aroma. Tony Romo model a star is born and vice. And who you picking unpicking green book to win because I think it made you feel the best and it was well done a period piece based on a true story, Rome. I think is getting a lot of a lot of buzz too. But maybe the director Affonso who also I think one best picture for gravity in our best director in two thousand thirteen for gravity Black Panther, which I know dragon scene for sure is definitely the best of all the marvel movies ever made. And it's interesting because it was such a big deal about their cast being all black the director and writer Ryan Kugler African American and so I'm surprised that he wasn't nominated for best director as well, Spike, Lee. This is his fifth nomination for best director. He's never one. But I'm picking green book to win that wouldn't be surprised if Roma does I loved bohemian rhapsody. But you remember when it came out, and we talked about they took some liberties with the story joke that Freddie Mercury doesn't die of aids in the movie because I remember making that joke. They changed a bunch of stuff around in that movie. Why did you read the bio and Freddie Mercury? I talked to friends that have seen it the no a lot more about Queen and the timetable with how the movie plays out and how he got in the band and stuff, but it's an entertaining movie. What's the best movie you've seen this year because I'm picking green book to win? I haven't seen any of them, by the way. So I got nothing. Oh. Yeah. Set a best picture you haven't seen Black Panther either. No. But are you a superhero movie guy? No, not at all. No. I I haven't seen any of those. I'm gonna say that I I like bohemian rhapsody a lot and I'm not a huge Queen fan. But I really liked it. But I'm gonna go with the stars four stars born it was it was really really I think the biggest reason reasonable win. Cathy, is that it's already been this is the fourth. They've done this story. I know that they've tweaked it. I didn't lady Gaga is gonna pull the upset for best actress, I hope so I you know, it really really made me like lady Gaga put her in a total different category fro. Yes. She's fantastic. A great singer. But you know, I I like her music, but I never put her like on this pedestal you've tried to act not try you weren't actor try. That's a bit of a stretch. But yeah, but the point is imagine the first real you ever play you get nominated for an Oscar, and I get that she's playing a struggling musician, and she can easily identify with that and go back to what it took to get discovered and all of that. And and you know, toiling in nothing jobs hoping for that break, but to execute that onscreen, and she was she was the best part of the movie by far Bradley Cooper is really good. But I hope she wins. Even though Glenn Close, it's seven nation. She's never one. So she could be a lifetime achievement kind of winner. If you will she's phenomenally talented, she s I don't know. But I liked Ramey. Malik as I think he's going to go. I mean, he did a great impersonation. So let's go actor in a leading role, you got Christian bale? Vice Bradley Cooper, a star is born Willem Defoe at eternity gate. Remmy Romney Malik bohemian rhapsody Vigo Mortenson green book, jussie smollet for the Chicago hope. Very funny. Avi next next year. He'll get one for that bright. Yeah. Like when Golden Globes. Yeah. So that it plus you're combining acting and singing did he really singing. Oh, okay. So we he was acting like a cigarette. Huber really saying. Yeah, he did having Adam Lambert seeing at the goal K, so okay. And at the Oscars, maybe Bradley Cooper, then because he's singing and acting and this is any directed it. This is Bradley Cooper's forced nomination as an actor, and he's never won Christian bale. One once Willem Dafoe. This is his fifth nomination. He's never won. And I don't I know Vigo Mortenson hasn't won. And certainly Rami Malik first nomination. Still picking me Malik to win. I thought he was great. Actress in a leading role you have low LIZA appereciation from Roma. You have Glenn Close. Everybody knows here from the wife Livia Coleman from the favorite lady. Gaga stars born Melissa McCarthy, can you ever forgive him in a more serious turn not a not a comedic role. She's awesome. The best lady Gaga for that. I think it's upset Glenn Close as the heavy favorite. But I'm I'm pulling a lady Gaga upset as my pick feel like Glenn Close because she's been around. So long performance is great. And then maybe it's like her turn kind of thing. Maybe and, but they did it lady Gaga's gonna keep acting and have another shot seems far-fetched at this point. Right. So is leader thirty. So, but how come Bradley Cooper, gene, get a directing because he did for American sniper? So that's about those are the biggies right there. Yeah. Supporting actor and actress, Marcia Lee who is in green book, I bet you. He wins a second. You don't want to talk about making hairstyling best animated feature. Incredible to come on. I don't know about best editing. The spider verse hairstyling best song song about best picture. Or did. We did that already songs. Best. The song. Okay. What are your choices? I don't see all the stars Black Panther. I'll fight RV g the place where lost things go. Mary. Poppins returns. Shallow. A star is born when a cowboy change Spurs for wings, the ballot BUSTER Scruggs, and that's different from original score original scores of music throughout the movie right songs. I think it'll be almost impossible. For lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper not to win. I think they win. Okay. We're we're out of time. I'll watch part of it. Yeah. It's like a four hour show. Four hours. It's hard to it gets here. It's one of my favorite my favorite nights of the year. I used to always do with my mom. That guy picks. I'm that guy. I have a couple of friends getting together to watch the show. I get it. I mean, if you watch I haven't seen all the movies. I wait to watch him on the Denver Broncos play. Year later used be all the movies. It'll be of several of these. Oh, I gave did your wife end up watching bohemian a couple times guide and really liked.
Understanding Long Term Care Insurance
"For the job. So I'm sitting down with one of our advisers here, and we're working with a couple and going through this honest conversation process where we're really trying to understand what it is that they envisioned for their life, and what they wanna do and what could possibly get in the way of that. And the lady is fearful that a potential long-term care. Stay could. Wipe out their savings, and you know, 'cause hurt either lived destitute of her husband has to go to long term care, or you know, if he passes away early she doesn't want to be a burden to her children asking them to care for her. So should I have long term care insurance? So sure the dynamics on this because this is a very interesting story. Now, this is a this is a couple that are in their seventies. Her mother's currently ninety seven years old boy, and and so she's got a lot of longevity in her family Alzheimer's, also happens to run in the family. So she believes that at some point in time. There's going to be some sort of care that's going to be necessary for her, right? So if I were an insurance salesman, or if an insurance salesman actually got in front of this lady, he would have or she would have no problem selling this person a top of the line Cadillac long-term care policy. Now the question is what? Does she need? What does he need? Right. So here's how you figure it out taking into account all resources everything. Right. So what we I have to do is understand and assume that if both of them live long happy, healthy lives. What are they want that life to look like, and what are the spending requirements going to be to do that look at the resources that they have and we can measure and say based on the resources you have and based on living along happy healthy life here is what your financial situation looks like it's part of the financial life management system. And then we sat right? Let's let's take into consideration. Let's consider that. There is a long term care. Stay and if that long term care, stay occurs for the husband, I and it lasts for three or four years, and it costs eighty to one hundred thousand dollars a year. And then she has to go to long term care. What what we do? Then as we say, what does that do to the integrity of their financial? Situation. Right. Is it harmful? Can they manage it? Have they self insured? What does it do that gives us? I an answer of clarity. Okay. This is a risk or this is not a risk. And then what we do is. We say if we wanted to ensure. What does the policy cost, and then we place that policy cost in as an additional line item on the annual budget and say if we're spending that additional money on this insurance? What does that do to the integrity of the plan? And what we wanna do is make a decision based on fact, right, which one of these two gives me the most peace of mind and allows me to live with clarity confidence and control. It's not a question of, you know, could a good insurance salesman have sold this lady. And her husband, you know, Cadillac long-term care policies and made a huge commission, and the answer is heck, yeah, they could've taken advantage of them the reality in this particular scenario was that the risk is much smaller because of the assets they have, but they do need a small amount of insurance. So now what we've done is. We said what have we pay a premium for this versus taken the risk? On ourselves. And what we saw was that the plan had a better probability of succeeding. Paying the premium. If in fact, they go to long term care, and so we have to decide them what's the trade off? Right. Right. And that is when we talk about having the right tools for the job. Right, right. It goes across every single financial decision that you make. If you don't have the proper financial management system in place, you will make decisions based on a set of what you think are the right facts to consider and they're totally wrong. Right. Let me add to the a little bit of that as well. And that is, you know, a lot of people say, well, I've got social security nice social security check will pay for that long term care. So if you look at that, the answer is no it won't. That's right. You can go in by the way. And there's a company out. There called gen worth has done a study on this that gives you every state's average cost in what they anticipated. It'll be based on on inflation in our guided system that we use we go in there, and we. Project a certain percentage of us about six point seven percent per year. We when we're doing financial planning for the overall plan where inflating things at three point nine percent per year. Which is the average over the last fifty years all this little intricacies that I'm talking about is important to be able to do that understanding that long term care is not something that we should be embracing because we want the insurance do the coverage. We only want enough to be able to do what make the plant successful. We're not here to sell insurance to get a commission at or anything like that. That's not the business. We're in. We're in the business of planning, and what we want to know is what is the adequate amount. If we in fact needed to be able to cover that future need. That's right. And you know, we get off on a little bit of a tangent here talking about risk management. But when you are asking yourself, do you have the right tools for the job when you talk about our financial life management system? It really encompasses every single aspect of your. Your financial life. So that when you're making a decision, you know, that you're you're making that decision with confidence because you have all of the facts in front of you. And it goes all the way from you know, how do I reduce my taxes, which we're gonna talk about here in the next segment. We're going to bring in JoAnne, Huber, a CPA and a CFP. She actually leads our tax planning practice, and she's gonna talk about having the right tools for tax planning. But it's going to go to having the right tools for investment analysis, which we will talk about in the last segment of today's program. The bottom line is if you don't have the right tools for the job, then you're gonna wind up with a big old mess on your hands. And that's not what you want. So here's the deal. If you've saved two hundred and fifty thousand dollars for retirement, I want you to give us a call because I wanna take you through our financial life management system without cost and without obligation. And here's what that's going to look like we're going to sit down, and we're going to have an honest conversation. We're gonna uncover what it is that you. You want your life to look like we'll look at the resources that you have and put that into our financial life management system and give you a a scenario that says are you directionally, correct? Are you on the right track? Are there obvious things that you need to be
"huber" Discussed on Hypnosis and NLP with Donald Currie
"Feeling the coolness Huber then. And feeling the warmth as you breathe out. Coolness issue breath. Then. And the warmth as you breathe out. Let every breath to take from this moment forwards. Relax your body. More. M war. The deeper that you move into relaxation better that you feel. And the better that you feel. The deeper that you go. Mentally examining your body. For any areas of tension. Just to allow any tension. To begin to release. Releasing more and more with every breath attack. With every word, and I say..
"huber" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Seventeenth the Huber family will offer their one hundred and sixty acre farm at public auction multiple tracks. That is sad that sucks. Oh my gosh. That's subdividing and all kinds of breaking out of the whole family foreign there that is if you if we all sat down and started to list, the great local family operations in town Huber's would be like one two or three wouldn't they like everyone in Louisville would say Huber's what two or three. Yes. November seventeenth. Oh my God. November seventeenth of Joe Huber family will offer their one hundred and sixty acre farm at public auction in multiple tracks. Well, I there's got to be a back backstory to that. Right. This would be a wonderful time to marry a Huber. Would you know, they don't have to be a farmer anymore, and you're rich? Andrew just loaded right now get the paperwork into my wife, so two consecutive years. Here Thornton's is wanting to sell and Joe Huber that is to huge local family run. Great businesses in town. That's a shame. So I know I I'm not I'm not judging them they've worked hard. They've created such a great business model and they've taken care of their employees. They deserve to sell and go do ever whatever they want. Okay. And and the Thornton family has taken care of Louisville on many occasion to oh. For example. Like, the, you know, if if they're in the city's a Nita something's a lotta times they've stepped up and sit here or pay for we'll pay for it. And then you figure this out. They never mentioned it. No. They actually do a lot behind the scenes. So there you go. All right short break. We'll come back..
"huber" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And target dot com there's vanco lighthouse on the magnificent mile at ron on and it's a it's it's an art exhibit goes of michigan avenue what are we talking about we're talking about six foot tall unbelievably beautiful lighthouses decorated by ovalles while there's one hundred money put it this way as one hundred three artists and over fifty percent of them are disabled low vision cognitive emotional physical disabilities and they are spectacular and the way you've take part in this is how how do we help where it benefits you guys ever done exposing these artists which is nice well there's couple ways i the sponsorships we have people like david huber who's gonna to be in just a second even i go back about thirty years probably about him and they look very young in spite of that but the lighthouses have sponsors that paid money to support the artists that did it and when the heart exhibited the public art exhibit is finished in august eleventh they'll be auctioned off to the highest bidder really cool on if you notice just in front of the blackhawks store at three hundred north michigan is a blackhawks lighthouse it's i mean it's such a great tradition here in chicago public art i'm michigan avenue in the downtown area go back to the cows and and dogs are still indifference to couches there's been so many different products so it has to mean something to you being chicago in to think about being a part of that long story tradition we like to believe not only were extending it but we're improving quite honestly you gotta see the lighthouses to appreciate them they're unbelievers a beauty and the beast in front of the disney store which features sandwich stepdaughter katherine beautiful girl right is a good looking dude himself the that actual lighthouse we have a board member named larry brahmin and he's about to published several books in chicago is next upcoming book will be about fairy tales and he he actually took children from our preschool program many of whom have disabilities and he's incorporated them with an illustrator into a book of nursery rhymes and in fact that same illustrator is the one who did that lighthouse and it's amazing that it's outside the disney store nicely timed dave huber's here dave is one of the best financial brains in america and has always been a very generous guy in an old gulf buddy of mine how are you.
"huber" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"You bring onto the show clinic forensic psychologist dr john huber we talk about how we don't talk about mental illness enough in the united states and finally we're starting to to do that more and on this show anything i can do to shed a light on any aspect of it i absolutely available to do that and i've told many many people that today we're gonna talk about anxiety irritability and the fact that that might be one of the first warning signs of depression in kids dot thanks so much for coming on okay thanks for having me on i'm i'm glad that you're doing this this is what we need so talk about that how wise that one of the first warning signs and how can you tell well kids in general you know they they can understand everything we say but they're learning how to talk until they don't have the kind of vocabulary that we have and they don't understand their emotions so it comes out and agitation they know they don't feel right so they pester other people and stimulate confrontation and a lot of times it even shows up like like they have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder so you have as a doctor you have to try to differentiate between that that's gotta be tough sometimes because there must be some similarities oh definitely similarities you know we're always looking for that irritability with depression anyhow even adults but when kids can't vocalise what's going on it's really hard so as a doctor what do you do to try to pull that out of kids well you know a lot of it has to do with the developmental maturity of kids when i'm when i'm doing therapy with with kids if you walked in you might be surprised to find me on the ground coloring on the floor with with my patients and and playing blocks and lincoln logs and trying to get them to express themselves in ways that the is easier for them to do that yeah and that's tried and true kind of therapy isn't it definitely definitely it's why.
"huber" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"He does nothing like this this is so extravagant now you did not likely segment who they're white huber said why don't we do that as a segment you did it because you had too much during oh my wife left her keys in my car and it wasn't a segment segment let's start sending funny things you're welcome mike the stop it typical they wanted they want your credit might chill out to don't let them get to you okay okay no you're doing it i we have a segment call will it uber and we're trying to this humongous pull toys except during the bigger than we thought vigor this poll twin might be seven foot tall i think it's eight and then four foot wide and we're gonna shove in the back of a car and ask them to take over at the gas station we have all these pull toys so there'd being taken out to the front right now we're gonna play will at uber coming up after kane brown hold on lunchbox on hey are you there what are the car right now you think i maybe check and see how far they are away but yeah i'm ready to go i got the pool of what he's out here i'm chilling where are we sending it to i don't have an address we're the same gas station i don't know might be has all that the woman now you need my d that's right what is it the exxon at one one one broadway or something like that.
"huber" Discussed on Channel 955
"This morning and we would love to hear from you thanks so much get your feedback people always ask me putting you really think about mojo in the morning i mean you have mojo who's patting me on the back all the time putting a fight song shannon who's sweet and lovable then there's rachel she's screaming at me a good day it's mojo in the morning what in the morning show thank you for being here that your phone home of the phone scams coming up i have to tell you guys that i met the greatest uber driver in the world this past weekend i forgot to give you guys this story the other day i love uber story the you said that in kind of like a sexy way i love huber's that was actually like wow i'm like wow would you tell me about you stories like man so i had an uber driver that also is my alibi and i was doing on friday night member we were going visit norm right and you guys know that that norm if you are not on time man he lets you hear it yeah so friday i was doing to dinner with him in meeting them out at like seven fifteen i think it was well we all sat at the bar at the hotel in we were pretty much there from the plane landed at like two thirty until the ten is supposed to be leaving.
"huber" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Huber and his investigation number one he was an obama appointee before trump appointee obama pointed huber to service us attorney for utah twenty five fifteen and he was confirmed by the senate that june now one of the things to know about this though is that typically the senators make this choice so the fact that obama appointed him he's the appointing authority is the president but it's the issue of really who the senators want i mean especially in a state like utah so orrin hatch mike lee at you i love mike lee born hatch i'm very glad is leaving soon they both gave huber their highest recommendations in other words it was really there pick not obama's huber offered his resignation in march twenty seventeen to allow the new trump justice department to decide his fate and they decided to keep him and then trump renominated him for the position of the united states attorney for utah and the senate confirmed him in august by a unanimous vote huber gained some national prominence in the justice department before his appointment is us attorney to previous us attorneys general john ashcroft in two zero four and eric holder in twenty ten recognizes prosecutorial efforts according to the department he's a one thousand nine hundred graduate of the university of utah and he began his law office as a prosecutor law career as a local prosecutor became an assistant us attorney in two thousand and two he earned a national reputation for prosecutions of violent crimes and expertise in national security issues he has provided training to other federal prosecutors nationally and issues of domestic violence national security and violent crimes okay so this is a big one differences from a special counsel before i say this let me just clarify civic robert muller is not a special prosecutor kay he's not a prosecutor this is so important to make this point the media keeps calling him a special prosecutor he's a special counsel now he's acting like a prosecutor but that's not his title he's special counsel so every time in the media you hear them referred to him as a special prosecutor you say.
"huber" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Investigative body or person in not only is he going to be in charge of investigating to see if there was any criminal wrongdoing and you'll have to empanel a grand jury and and and bring whatever evidence he has to that the burden of also to prove that a second special counsel is not needed so he's got you know it's a double whammy here one he's got the burden of proving or disproving criminal wrongdoing at second the reason why there shouldn't be a second and newt gingrich was on earlier this morning making this point in which it's all on uber now uber of course and maybe that's the reason why sessions did it to take it out of the realm of politics to put it in the us attorney's office and see what he comes up with now this uber have subpoena power huber has it as a us attorney the inspector general does not no i know he does not just wondered about huber so it'll be interesting maybe there won't be need for a special prosecutor depending on what the findings are of course let's face it if uber finds out the same things that we've been speculating along for so long now we'll be satisfied but by the same token you can imagine what the left is going to say the left will say well wait a minute you know this is not a this is a us prosecutor but not a special not a special counsel yeah again again i've just playing legal beagle here this morning we just years of experience i think that in order to have subpoena power the us attorney has to either empanel a grand jury or go to a judge and argue that we've got this present the evidence and this is the reason why we need to subpoena well of course the special prosecutor will have a grand jury already ronald.
"huber" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Mm in a one point one cb as obama and then there are two huber's binion he came to them that he was necessary his moonlight the first class be that man as naming give them seem to know and care that's your highs adam know him then him because now the youth facing doomed no this and sayings on the floor in food thanks man ew the lead the last gift those folks who has guy swedish scenes his is there an that so theory well the name of veins fyre cay this is the it the patch it is and though in an amnesty and and.
"huber" Discussed on Undone
"Back inside the court room he brings lawyers explained that if he burkina was sent back to turkey he would be tortured and it already happened templates and then and during the torture testimony huber him testified no team captain a cage green and being made the skin minnis feces and he said that only food that they would give them but they would throw into the cage in grinded into the feces even when you can you can compare blended beginning to if you want to eat it go find taking my on we're going to take you out after the testimony that was a break and in remembers the cards gave uber came a moment to separate the stoddard with via and i saw that they brought in food for either him and it was fried chicken and it for him was very meticulously deep reading the chicken for lydia and he was feeding her like a little bird and i said something to him put you taking the prepping often go so it's not good for her and coming he'll of the testimony about what you know grainy new coach into space to set but it was really striking after the hearing was all for the priebus escorted back to channel a few weeks later is a judge a shooter rolling just edge us cherished in order to court it back to turkey it was people and nice way around a floundering of finished at that can do any kanter on he has community man when thanks to be a part time and then being treated plan that didn't so many new money.