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Purdue Pharma settlement marks second guilty plea for company
"Ever against one of the one of the nation's top drug makers. Purdue Pharma has agreed to a plea deal on criminal charges in connection with the nation's opioid crisis. Purdue Pharma will plead guilty to federal charges over its production and sales of the prescription opioid painkiller OxyContin Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen Global settlement announced today involves the company pleading guilty to three Felony counts for defrauding the United States. Purdue has agreed to pay more than $8 billion in fines and damages. It's believed the nation's opioid addiction and overdose crisis has claimed nearly a half million lives Over the past 20 years. Jim Krystle, a CBS News
Hot-button words trigger conservatives and liberals differently
"From UC Berkeley, Stanford and Johns Hopkins University's scanned the brains of more than three dozen politically left and right leaning adults is they viewed short videos involving hot bottom hot button immigration policies. And for more on their findings, we turn to the KCBS Ring Central News Line and talked with Yin Chong Leon Post doctorate fellow at U. C. Berkeley's Neuroscience department and the study's lead author. Well, thanks so much for being with us. If I understand this correctly, you are suggesting through this research that there was a neural basis to partisan bias and vocabulary is part of that. Yes. Well, first of all, thanks for having me Jeff Patty? Yes. So we can conservative and liberal meaning participants. They watch these videos, and we saw that neuro responses to watching the same videos with different Suggesting that these parties are suggesting ah Nero basis for these partisan biases, and we were interested in on the words and that tend to trigger these different instruments contest. And what we found was that words related to threat to risk to morality and emotions tend to drive these different simply speaking. What do you mean by a neural response? So what were well, the thing is that, um we basically the participants respond differently to the same video. So in the sense that when you when you see that when you When you watch a video, your brain responds to the particular way while we see if they consider this response similarly to other conservatives, liberals respond similarly to other liberals. But the difference is between the groups have different. So if I'm understanding things correctly, you're not suggesting that there is an inherent liberal or conservative genes, so to speak in the way we process there. It's once we have sort of formed our opinions. Our brains react accordingly. So in our study, we can't really speak to the genetic genetic basis of these differences because we scan a doubt and we've only scanned them once. But, you know, I do want to emphasize that the differences that we see that we found in the study could very much be deal, too. So that we're having been exposed to different media sources having different beliefs, and it doesn't necessarily have a genetic basis. Yes. I find it very interesting that you thought the key the trigger was vocabulary right and not images. I mean, part of the part of the Ah, that part of that might be, because that's the sort of analyzing the video that we use. A lot of them were news reports that contain basically people talking about issues and not just showing images of those issues. So I think that might be one reason why linguistic content state such a strong role in the study. But if we want the show videos of, for example, a protest things might be a little bit different, So we don't we don't really know if that would be the case by at least in this study with the videos that we use what we saw what that the difference is really more just a result of the words that we're using in the video. I'm so curious. Is there a way to turn this around and say, Can we use neuroscience to the benefit of trying to bring people together? I think there is there is such a possibility. I think what we have now, if in the study is a potential in your old Marka off when conservative and liberal leaning people process the same content differently, so we can try to do is use it. Use that market to find message is that Reviews that different. So in that sense, I think it is a promising mixed up but step and it does provide us with a way to leverage on neuroscience to try, Teo. Get at these sort of intervention. You will Oh, thank you. Interesting research We have been speaking with in Xiangyang. He's a post doctorate fellow at UC Berkeley's Neuroscience department and the study's lead author.
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to plead to 3 criminal charges
"They certainly can't seek retribution based on that will Not more with J. J about this coming up at 5 10. In other news, it's one of the biggest settlements ever against one of the nation's top drugmakers. Purdue Pharma agreed to a plea deal on criminal charges in connection with the nation's opioid crisis. Purdue Pharma will plead guilty to federal charges over its production and sales. The prescription opioid painkiller OxyContin Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen Global Settlement announced today involves the company pleading guilty to three felony. Counts for defrauding the United States. Purdue has agreed to pay more than $8 billion in fines and damages. It's believed the nation's opioid addiction and
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma to plead guilty to federal criminal charges: DOJ
"One of the biggest settlements ever against the nation's top drugmakers. Purdue Pharma agrees to a plea deal on criminal charges in connection with the country's opioid crisis. Purdue Pharma will plead guilty to federal charges over its production and sales of the prescription opioid painkiller OxyContin Deputy Attorney General Jeff Rosen Global settlement announced today involves the company pleading guilty to three Felony counts for defrauding the United States. Purdue has agreed to pay more than $8 billion in fines and damages. It's believed the nation's opioid addiction and overdose crisis has claimed nearly a half million lives. Over the past 20 years. Jim Krystle, a CBS News New Pharma could face other charges from states down the road. Massachusetts attorney general says the Justice Department failed in its deal with the drug maker.
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma agrees to $8bn US opioid settlement
"Rendezvous. Anthony Fox News, all related to the opioid epidemic of drug addiction and overdosing boxes. Jeff Man, also as details, live produce, farmer maker of the painkiller OxyContin will plead guilty to three criminal counts, including conspiracy to defraud the U. S and violating federal anti kickback laws. As part of a settlement of more than $8 Billion. Associated Press. Also reports doesn't release any of the companies exacts or odors from criminal liability in an investigation. That's ongoing as the federal government looks toe hold those responsible for an opioid addiction and overdose crisis linked to almost a half million deaths in America since 2000 For
US billionaires saw their net worth rise by almost $1 trillion between March and October
"For billionaires have enjoyed a staggering rising wealth since the pandemic shuttered the economy in March, with a group gaining almost $1. Trillion in total net worth and analysis from Americans for tax fairness found the wealth of the nation's billionaires jump by 931 billion since March. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos enjoyed the biggest jump and personal fortune going from 90.1 billion to 203 billion.
Jeff Gothelf Explains How Storytelling Can Make or Break Your Leadership
"We all have go to outlets that we follow for video to read blogs Etc home throughout my career one that has been since very early in my life. A Mainstay for me has been Harvard Business Review home and I began reading that in college and just found it. So fascinating because Harvard Business Review was in my opinion the best of the best and they did both research. They combined science. They combined wage. They combined data that combined real life experience and they would teach and they'd give you practical learning and they'd give you evidence of things to do. So Harvard Business Review has been a part of my leadership since I was in college, and I remember when I was first in a job doing a turnaround of two radio stations at about Twenty-One twenty-two years old. I had Harvard business page. You coming to this radio stations that were struggling financially and I remember I had a couple of raised eyebrows from some of the older staff members that were there. But recently in my feed my Harvard Business Review feed it came an article from Jeff got off of Harvard Business writing for Harvard Business review and the article was storytelling can make or break your leadership. And again, it's get Jeff got off and he also has a book called lean ux and I'm going to put that in the show notes and I'm actually going to check it out myself. So Jeff is this article storytelling can make or break your leadership and he begins the article which is what I love he begins the article with an anecdote and the article begins with this anecdote about him saying that a very large company wanted to bring out their new okay ours objectives and key results and they have these new. Okay birth. Switch first of all, they've this term they want to go and unveil and they're going to talk about it and it's a big picture thing and they make the presentation to middle management and then employees and it falls flat. There's no enthusiasm and things struggle on this this initiative and what the author is talking about is how that happened off because of Storytelling or the lack thereof. And that's why he's emphasizing something that you've heard me say again and again, so think about what this means for me. I am an Avid Reader of Harvard Business review and have used it throughout my career and I now see a writing and a post in both the digital version and the print version of something that I've been writing and speaking on for years and it ends up following many of the things that I tell you again and again and again that we at Mass Solutions do for our our clients and we do as a team for our clients again and again and again, so the article says storytelling can make or break your leadership and then she goes on to tell that anecdote at the big company that where the initiative the major initiative fell and then it says here are five tactics or elements of Storytelling that the author found work again and again and again And I'm excited to tell you the first one number one says be audience specific. And he even says it's sounds simple. But it isn't and if you recall one of my most recent podcasts and videos was about how people misperceive marketing and think it's simpler than a than others think it's more complex than it is. Well one major element of marketing that is misperceived as simple or already being done is segment addition and that's when he's talking about being audience specific. So he's saying it's not as simple as it sounds because you have to do what we call the real drill down to become audience specific you first had a truly Define that audience and that takes heavy lifting but you have your own existing data, which gets you part of the way your own existing data is gold and I found company after company not maximizing their own existing data to study very quickly the Pareto Principle. Now, we have the Pareto Principle plus and we've built way upon your 80/20, but you can quickly do your eighty-twenty log. Eighty percent of your business comes from about 20% of your customers that begins to show you who your ideal customers currently are but they might not actually be ideal customers. So that's a whole nother story about how we have to say you really Define and do the real drill. So the first thing is be audience specific in this article from Harvard Business review the second part of being audience specific is he actually says if you want to know what your audience is thinking ask them? We talk about how significant marketing Intel is by talking to your key target audience is existing customers perspective customers internal stakeholders, external strategic Partners everybody
GMC's All-Electric Hummer Pickup Highlights GM's New Strategy on EVs
"General Motors He's helping a name from the past will give its latest electric power truck a bit of a boost, CBS Automotive reporter Jeff Gilbert tells the Wcbm noon business. Our GM is bringing back the name Hummer for its new electric pickup truck. Even though he says the original Hummer had less than impressive sales. Gilbert says the name Homer still carries a great deal of value. The Hummer name still resonates like I talk to somebody, an analyst who did some research and if you take a look at the old Hummers, there's still they still have twice the resale value ofthe current vehicles from that euro. Which kind of kind of blew me away when I found out about that. Gilbert says GM hopes advertising the new Hummer during the world. Siri's will give the electric pick up a higher profile and show General Motors is a competitive player in the electric vehicle category.
Hummer electric pickup truck unveiled
"Hopes a name from the past will give it a boost as it unveils part of the future of its fleet of electric vehicles. CBS Automotive reporter Jeff Gilbert tells the double D B B M noon business. Our GM is bringing back the name Hummer for its new electric pickup truck, even though he says the original Hummer had a less than stellar reputation back then GM couldn't even give The Hummer brand away, so they just pretty much shut it down, But they've retained rights to the name and the name is coming back on a 1000 horsepower electric pickup truck, which will be a GMC product. Gilbert says. GM hopes advertising the new Hummer pickup truck during the world, Siri's will give the new electric pick up a significant marketing boost. I'm going to snooze radio 105.9 FM
Actor Jeff Bridges Tweets That He Has Been Diagnosed With Lymphoma
"Jeff Bridges took to twitter last night to reveal. He has been diagnosed with lymphoma and in a nod to his conical in the big Lebowski. But Dude, the Academy Award winning actor tweeted as the dude would say, new spit has come to lights I have been diagnosed with lymphoma although it is a serious disease i. feel fortunate that I have. A great team of doctors and the prognosis is good. He said he will keep all of his fans updated on his road to
Jeff Bridges says he's been diagnosed with lymphoma
"The dude the dude in the Big in Lebowski, the Big Lebowski, one of one the memorable of the memorable ones in ones Hollywood in Hollywood history history and is and is the film itself the film itself might have said might the have dude said the abides dude abides bridges himself. bridges himself. I can't I say can't exactly say exactly what he said what on he said the radio, on the radio, but his but social his Media social Post Media says Post says As the dude As the would dude say, knew. would say, knew. Stuff Stuff has come has to come light. to light. He says He He's says been diagnosed He's been diagnosed with lymphoma with lymphoma and and reading reading from from Bridges. Bridges. Twitter Post, Twitter Post, Although it's Although a serious it's a serious disease, disease, I feel I fortunate feel fortunate that I have a that great I have team a great of doctors. team of doctors. And the prognosis And the prognosis is good is good about 30,000 about 30,000 retweets retweets of that of post, that post, and and one of them one came of them from came bridges from himself. bridges himself. A city's A profoundly city's profoundly grateful grateful for the love for and the support love and support from family from family and friends. and friends. Thank you Thank for your you prayers for your prayers and well and wishes. well wishes. And then And he said then that he while said I that have while you I please have you remember please to remember go vote to go vote because we're because all in we're this all together. in this together. Jeff Bridges Jeff Bridges says says he has he lymphoma has lymphoma but expressing but expressing optimism optimism Right now. Joan, don't agree
Jeff Bridges says he's been diagnosed with lymphoma
"The dude in the Big Lebowski, one of the memorable ones in Hollywood history and is the film itself might have said the dude abides bridges himself. I can't say exactly what he said on the radio, but his social Media Post says As the dude would say, knew. Stuff has come to light. He says He's been diagnosed with lymphoma and reading from Bridges. Twitter Post, Although it's a serious disease, I feel fortunate that I have a great team of doctors. And the prognosis is good about 30,000 retweets of that post, and one of them came from bridges himself. A city's profoundly grateful for the love and support from family and friends. Thank you for your prayers and well wishes. And then he said that while I have you please remember to go vote because we're all in this together. Jeff Bridges says he has lymphoma but expressing optimism
Jeff Bridges announces he's been diagnosed with lymphoma
"Jeff Bridges has announced on social media is being treated for lymphoma. The 70 year old actor says his prognosis is good, and he promised to keep fans posted on his recovery.
Jeff Bridges says he's been diagnosed with lymphoma
"The actor Jeff Bridges has announced that he's been diagnosed with lymphoma in a Tweety references his role as the dude in the Big Lebowski knew it has come to light bridges writes it While it is a serious disease, he is fortunate to have a great team of doctors, and he says his prognosis is
Jeff Bridges says he has lymphoma, cites good prognosis
"Is opening up about his latest health diagnosis. The actor got candid with his fans yesterday on social media revealing he's starting treatment for his cancer diagnosis. He took to Twitter, revealing that he has lymphoma and wrote, Although it is a serious disease. I feel fortunate that I have a great team of doctors and the prognosis is good. He added that he will keep his fans updated on his recovery.
Climate Change Is A Top Campaign Issue At Least For Democrats
"This year climate change is a top campaign issue at least for Democrats. Yesterday, we looked at president trump's record. On the issue today, we'll explore toe Biden's plan, which is the most ambitious climate proposal. Any presidential candidate has ever laid out. We've got NPR's Nathan rods and NPR's Jeff Brady both of our climate team with us. Hi, guys good morning. So. Let's just the obviously our Joe Biden and Donald Trump do not exactly agree on climate? Change. Absolutely yeah I think that's a fair way to put it. President trump repeatedly rejects climate science and generally he depicts regulations to address climate. Change is bad for the economy and bad for jobs Joe Biden calls climate change existential threat to our health, our economy, our national security, the whole thing but he's also trying to frame it right now as an opportunity you know when? Donald. Trump thinks about climate change he thinks hoax. When I think about I think jobs. Good paying union opposite put. To work. Building a stronger more. Climate resilient nation I mean nate. That sounds great. But has he laid out a plan for how he would actually make that happen. Yes, and it is a lot Hewitt invest money for one climate. Change is part of his economic recovery plan for the pandemic. But he's also says he'll do executive actions right? Other Gate. He says he's GONNA re enter the Paris climate agreement and put the US back in the global climate conversation He's talking about conserving land for biodiversity stopping offshore drilling in the Arctic. Methane from existing oil and gas tell me when you want me to stop. But he's also putting money towards climate adaptation measures to make communities more resilient to sea level rise flooding hurricanes fires. You know the type of things we've experienced over the last few months and he's also promising massive investments in green energy and infrastructure. This is where the. Jobs part of what he's promising comes in. So that means more solar more wind high speed rail, electric car chargers all with the goal of zeroing out carbon pollution from our electrical sector by twenty, thirty five and making the country carbon neutral. So it's contributing anymore to climate change by twenty fifty. And I mean I know a lot of campaigns I mean the rhetoric is aspirational, right but even so I mean by twenty fifty shifting the entire US economy to be carbon neutral to sounds like a massive undertaking is he going to be able to accomplish that Jeff? You know most of the experts I've talked with thinking is possible. The plan includes a lot of executive actions. The Biden says, he would take right away some of the nature mentioned. It also this plan requires new laws passed by Congress to create policies for meeting that overall goal. Now, that's going to require a democratic majority in the Senate most likely I talked with Scott Siegel. He's a partner with the law firm Bracewell, which represents a lot of energy clients including fossil fuel companies, and you can imagine that they have a lot at stake care. He thinks guidance climate plan is realistic. He says, it includes both regulations and incentives for people. In Industries to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and I think when a plan has both and doesn't rely only on the carrot or the stick, it's a sign of maturity in approaching these issues. Siegel likes that it leaves room for some fossil fuels with carbon offsets and capture, and he points out that the electric power sector is already on its way to meeting that interim 2035 call some of those companies in utilities are setting net zero carbon goals all on their own. Yeah, and that's an important point. I talked to Karl Frisch who worked at the US Department of Energy under three administrations including trump's she's now at the Rocky Mountain Institute you know and I asked her if she thinks it could all be done by Biden alone if he gets elected. No. So to get where we need to go on climate in the United States to reduce emissions and build a sustainable economy, it takes action by the executive branch action by Congress. And action by state leaders, city leaders, business leaders on the ground, and she says, you know a lot of these actions are already happening at the local level. So a Biden administration would be smart to try to build on that existing momentum. So something we hear president trump attack Joe Biden on a lot is fracking fracking for natural gas. The president alleging that Joe Biden wants to ban it. Let's just clear this up Jeff Does Joe Biden WanNa. Ban fracking. No, he doesn't want to ban fracking. He has repeatedly said that he would not ban all fracking just new fracking on federal land and when trump says that it's aimed at voters and energy producing swing states like Pennsylvania, which actually has very little federal land but that's still a point of contention for for Biden, with mini climate activists who say the country should stop all fracking and keep all fossil fuels in the ground to slow climate change. So. What about the politics of climate change you know I mean we know what the facts are that it is happening that humans have contributed to it as well. But what about the politics of climate change because we know for Republicans it's an incredibly divisive issue where do Democrats stand on Biden's proposals? Well, polling indicates a majority of registered voters in the US view climate change as a real threat to the country, and when you look at Republicans climate change is actually a lot less divisive you get. But in terms of Democrats a recent poll by Pew found that more than two-thirds of Joe Biden supporters sit climate change is very important to them. So Biden's. Plan is not as ambitious as what some Progressive Democrats want to see it is not the green new deal despite what the president repeatedly says, but it is more ambitious than what Joe Biden had initially proposed. So for example, his plan now includes an environmental justice component which would aim to address the fact that people of color are disproportionately affected by pollution climate change and have been for a long time. His plan says he'd do that by investing in disadvantaged communities pulling polluters accountable I talked to Michelle Roberts with the Environmental Justice Health Alliance about this, and she has a long history with Biden because she's actually from Delaware, his home state and she says historically. Always overly supportive when it came to dealing with polluters like dupont over communities like hers he was a Filibuster for the political economy that was running the great state of Delaware. Does that make sense BA- Roberts says she's met with Biden since and she thinks his views have a she supports him but it's going to be important. She says if he's elected to hold them accountable all the things that he's promising to do now. NPR's nate wrought and NPR's Jeff. Brady, thank you for your reporting. Thank you. Thank
Jeff Bridges says he's been diagnosed with lymphoma
"Tonight from actor Jeff Bridges that he is battling lymphoma. The 70 year old Calls it a serious disease, but says his doctors have assured him that his prognosis is good. Bridges says he is starting treatment and is grateful for the support from family, friends and fans. The National Cancer Institute says non Hodgkin lymphoma has a five year survival rate of almost 73%.
What to Do When Your Customer Says, Not yet
"Thanks so much for joining me today. Jeff. It's a pleasure. Thanks for having me very much. This. This'll be some fun. Yes, it will. It absolutely will sell. In your book. You'll about in one of your books you talk the idea of resistance a lot. And I love it if you would define that and talk about why. It's so important when dealing with foul. Sure. Is Important thing in dealing with a lot of different things but but I, I came across the term I was reading Stephen Press feels book the the war of art really fascinating, little book easy to read but very challenging and he it. The book is written for artists, painters, writers, people who deal with a writer's block painters block, and he uses this term resistance as almost as mythical force that's out to get us in its at that part of us. That's that's within that says boy that's uncomfortable for I don't WanNa do it and the resistance comes along and says, don't worry about you have to do this. It's not that that big a deal and the resistance is. So kind that even makes up an excuse as to why we shouldn't do it. We can feel better about ourselves and sleep at night. So so it it's really a a human problem. It's not certainly just in the sales world when when things are potentially uncomfortable, the resistance rears its ugly head and says not enough I. I got a better way for you don't do it at all. So that's that's I. If I'm going to ride on follow up, which is a skill that many sales professionals are not particularly good at and they find uncomfortable than I had to just hit what the source plot is and I think that's what the I think. That's right there resistance that sore spot. Okay. So I'm I'm curious about because I totally agree with you that sales your really bad a follow up. What why do they resist that? What is it about the follow up? That is so uncomfortable. You know that's a great. An important question because what we see here is that that's got to be rooted in something right and so what's going to happen is that we're going to look at it and we're going to think okay as a consumer when if people tried to call me and we are. Minds Amelie go to telemarketers right people are going to just do nothing but annoy me interrupt my my dinner hour. And suggesting to sales professionals don't be that person if you're annoying, you shouldn't be calling in the first place. So if you're not going to provide value in the service of some kind in the follow up the idea of calling in just saying just checking in seeing if you're ready to buy because I've got a you know visa payment coming up you're. Not doing that for them, you're doing that for you. So I think that that's where that that comes from that sense It's that fear of intrusion marketing and the fear of being not light but I would argue if you are adding value if you're legitimately adding value, there's nothing to be afraid of you're doing something that your customer will actually rather appreciate. It. So the planning process then is really really critical because otherwise you're going to do that. You know what? My Friend Art Subject Parole Officer follow up just checking in some yeah. Nobody likes that. Oh my gosh I I love this because I think. ITSEL so important for sales people to. Shift their thinking away from I have to sell you something to I need to learn about you. I need to find out what really matters to you, and then be helpful the ill. So that were building a relationship that makes sense where you want me around because I bring value to you. That that's right and I would broaden that I wouldn't just say to sales people I think any small business owner who's looking at an has the opportunity for you know somebody's thinking about buying something a product or service of any kind whatsoever just reaching out and letting them know you know I was thinking about you and I. I thought yet remembered this I wanted to send it along and have you considered that over here if you just stop brainstorm a little bit and ask what problems. My customers had the didn't even know they have. How can I solve problems that they don't even know they have right now talk about being valuable Linden and a a real trusted adviser. I. Think That's when you play that role when when you're solving problems that your customer doesn't you know they have. Well feels like then you really have to be listening pretty actively and without an agenda in order to be able to. Pick Up. On. What's really going on with them? Yeah and if you're not, then you're sorry you're not a good salesperson if you're if you're not listening and you. Yeah Okay I if your product is all about your product, you got a problem because ultimately your product is nothing more nothing less than the solution that's going to improve their life but it's about the customer not about your product and so if we look at it from that perspective you you you you're selling shovels. That's great. But what they really need is a hole. So why why do they need the whole? Let's figure that out first and then we'll determine whether the shovel is the right solution.
"jeff he" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Jeff bail after spending thirty five days in jail. A local business owner put up the money and received backlash in the community for doing so. By that time with the exception of his family most people believed that he was guilty none of his friends were allowed to talk to him anymore and he was isolated from the life he had once had. Soon, thereafter, he made a suicide attempt, he took an entire bottle of extra strength tylenol and went to sleep. In My life was over I mean I was hated throughout the city I couldn't go back to my old like I mean, that's a it was hated throughout the city. I couldn't go back to school I'm a piece. My my case was pending. You know none of the parents were were none of the parents of the other kids they used to play with. We're willing to let them debate with me. So my dog, my life was in the over so I made this suicide. That resulted in my being involuntarily committed for six months. Jeff. Spent the next six months at the Rocklin Children's psychiatric hospital. When he was released from there, he went to live with his aunt and uncle in a different county. Leading up to his trial, his attorney, a public defender rarely met with him when they did meet Jeff, would tell him that he was actually innocent that his confession had been coerced and that it wasn't true. But the attorney didn't seem to care about any of that. One time his attorney told him that he didn't care if he was guilty or innocent. At one point is attorney said he wanted to use an insanity defense to which jeff was adamantly against I. Told Him now I'm innocent. I didn't do this and say defense gives a reason why you you know why you? Didn't commit the crime I didn't commit the crime. Jeff also had an alibi. He had been playing wiffle ball with a friend of his at the time of the murder, but his attorney never interviewed that friend. As for the alleged confession Jeff, told his attorney that he wanted to testify about how that happened during a pretrial hearing he knew that it had been coerced and that it was falls. But, his attorney wouldn't let him saying that if he planned on testifying at trial, he didn't want him testifying prior to that. He gave the reason that no one ever tells the same story in the same way, and if there were any differences in his testimonies, the prosecutor could use that against him. Being just sixteen years old and believing that his attorney new. Best Jeff didn't testify at the hearing. Less than two months after Jeff Sarah's St- The results of the swabbing of semen from Angeles, vaginal cavity were back from the FBI crime lab. Jeff was excluded as the source. There were also three different head hairs found on Angela's body that we're also not a match to Jeff. But Still Jeff went to trial in November nineteen ninety. was mostly trending it because I do that this course professionals was going to come up. And you know how it pretty despondent and depressed. Realized what happened? Then I thought that was going to be you know I thought that was probably I thought I was going to lose the case and that that's what you know had depressed and ultimately making suicide attempt. But in time to statements from my ticket extended family, you know that expressed trust and confidence in the system and they felt that everything was going to come out. Okay. So at some point. I began to believe that. I was GONNA be I was Gonna a quick at the trial. Found not. Guilty. In his opening statements, the prosecutor told the jury that this case did have some twists and wrinkles. He acknowledged that the semen found Angela had not come from Jeff. But he wrote it off as either coming from an accomplice or from a consensual sexual encounter. He said Angela must have had prior to her death with Freddie. Other. Prosecutors never compared it to Freddie's DNA or made any efforts to compare it with anyone else. and. As for the head hairs, the prosecutor told the jury that they were from the medical examiner or the medical examiner's assistant. Other. Prosecutors didn't see care samples from them to corroborate that theory either. But Jeff did match their. Profile. They had obtained from the NYPD that the killer was a white or Hispanic male less than twenty five years old and probably less than nineteen years old who was shorter than five foot ten. According to the profile, the offender new Angela and was a loner who was unsure about women. And Jeff had confessed even though there was no record of it. The prosecutor told the jury that during detectives interviews with Jeff He knew things about the murder that only the killer could no among them the details of the crime scene and the existence of the note to Friday. Jeff said he had only been repeating back what detectives had. I told him and what he had read in the newspaper. As for Jeff's defense while there really wasn't much of one, his attorney didn't try to confirm his alibi didn't talk to the jury about how Jeff may have been vulnerable to a coerced confession and he didn't harp on the fact that the scientific evidence actually excluded him. He made no efforts to question Freddie or to get Freddie's DNA himself to see if the semen found on Angela really was from a consensual sexual encounter prior to her death. Or if it perhaps came from someone else like the real killer. He was also all over the place with his explanations of the evidence to the jury. Times. He was arguing to the jury that the. Confession was Was didn't happen at Wallet Other Times. He was arguing that it happened, but it was coerced than fall. So he took his scattershot approach which you know could not have left him during much credibility in front of the jury. On yet another occasion Jeff's attorney told the jury that the statements Jeff made were involuntary and that it didn't matter if they were true. At. One point he said Jeff, new. Things about the crime because he had heard rumours or had even imagined them while at another point, he said Jeff may have actually witnessed the crime and gained his knowledge that way. And as far as jeff testifying in his own defense, well, that didn't happen either his attorneys strongly advised him not to. Know thing I had was just to just to trust them and he was saying that to me you know and that his argument is where you didn't listen to adults or not the speed of the police of the trouble you got into you WanNa make that same. Kind of speak. Now Look I'm the lawyer. You're not just sit back. Let me do the job. Didn't me do my job? Just, before closing arguments began prosecutors announced that four of their exhibits which included some of the Clothes Angela had been wearing had been lost during Thanksgiving break the defense moved for a mistrial, but it was denied. The significance of this was that during Jeff's confession, he had said he ripped off Angela's broad during the attack. Jeff's defense had planned to argue that this would have been impossible given that her bra was a pullover with no snaps or clips. But without the physical exhibit, they decided to forego that argument. During their deliberations, the jury asked to view the Brom, but the court told them that it could not comply with their request. Jeff was shocked when the guilty verdict was read, and after he was escorted from the courtroom after sentencing to.
"jeff he" Discussed on KNSS
"Jeff he's not there well let's check in with the medical experts issued a warning to the public against using an appropriate medication and household products to prevent or treat corona virus after an Arizona man in his sixties died from taking a substance used to clean fish tanks and aquariums in order to prevent a cove and nineteen be very very careful this is an anti malaria drug that is being tested on covert nineteen do not just take the fish cleaning substance at all wall street's sleep despite deepened Monday is the rapidly spreading coronavirus forced more than you can U. S. states on the lockdown over shattering unprecedented moves by the U. S. federal reserve to short credit all around the country let's check in with Charles cop is on that one Chuck combat is it going to get stock market wise well we privacy anything yet yeah you know I've never seen anything like this in my thirty plus years in business precious metals the Dow is down thirty five percent in one month short that's faster than all of world you should think about and in nineteen twenty nine I guess was around ninety percent two thousand eighty five percent you know two thousand a sixty five percent I think we've got a lot more to go we've lost thirty three dollars in market cap like the wealth effect since nineteen twenty nine also the GDP fell twelve percent I think for today forecast is twenty four percent so this is really unprecedented in fact we need to call this this is greater than the depression in many ways I mean this is what I call my newsletter a Minsky moment you know it's the end of a unsustainable bull market we've been seeing this come for many years being Peter Schiff many others and now the feds create all this moral hazard and now they're bailing out the public and private sector is almost what if if the artist so I don't know where this ends you have twenty million people of lost jobs think of that ointment under employment around thirty nine percent that's that's pretty severe and I really feel sorry for these restaurant people talk about you know ninety five percent of the job but I hope when things get back to normal we all go to restaurants chalk to support these restaurant workers let us hope so I think we're facing a global depression stagflation the only safe haven I think is in gold and silver not the bond market what do you think of just going back to our normal situation treat this case as a true medical emergency but not the stop every service well this this is a black swan event we really don't know it it's ten times more infectious you know and so it is they're taking actions now but this is really disrupting the the you know the entire economy we could probably be facing more serious of in a reckoning days like I say in my book is more of a sovereign debt default not just the stock collaborate and that's a credit freeze and enjoyed we've been seeing that since September of last year the repo market so something is severely wrong with the liquidity in in the in the world the central banks are intervening like this so it's very dangerous we're where we're going thank you Chuck church website Chuck Cooper C. O. P. P. E. S. dot com California's utility company Pacific gas and Electric Company has agreed to plead guilty the eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of one very lawfully starting the campfire that happened back in two thousand eighteen they are going to set up a fund for the victims of thirteen point five billion dollars and shining armor in the you have one Kenny Rogers whose legendary music.
"jeff he" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Jeff he's not there well let's check in with the medical experts issued a warning to the public against using an appropriate medication and household products to prevent or treat corona virus after an Arizona man in his sixties died from taking a substance used to clean fish tanks and aquariums in order to prevent a cove at nineteen be very very careful this is an anti malaria drug that is being tested on covert nineteen do not just take the fish cleaning substance at all wall street's sleep doesn't slide deepened Monday is the rapidly spreading coronavirus forced more than you can U. S. states in the lockdown over shattering unprecedented moves by the U. S. federal reserve to short credit all around the country let's check in with Charles cop is on that one Chuck combat is it going to get stock market wise well we privacy anything yet yeah you know I've never seen anything like this in my thirty plus years in business precious metals the Dow is down thirty five percent in one month short that's faster than all of the world you should think about and in nineteen twenty nine I guess was around ninety percent two thousand eighty five percent you know two thousand a sixty five percent I think we've got a lot more to go we've lost thirty trillion dollars in market cap like the wealth effect since nineteen twenty nine also the GDP fell twelve percent I think for today forecasters twenty four percent so this is really unprecedented in fact we need to call this this is greater than the depression in many ways I mean this is what I call my newsletter a Minsky moment you know it's the end of a unsustainable bull market we've been seeing this come for many years BNP leadership many others and now the feds create all this moral hazard and now they're bailing out the public and private sector is almost what if if the artist so I don't know where this ends you have twenty million people of lost jobs think of the unemployment under employment around thirty nine percent that's that's pretty severe and I really feel sorry for the rest what people talk about you know ninety five percent of the job but I hope when things get back to normal we all go to restaurants chalk to support these restaurant workout let us hope so I think we're facing a global depression stagflation the only safe haven I think is in gold silver not the bond market what do you think of just going back to our normal situation treat this case as a true medical emergency but not the stop every service well this this is a black swan event we really don't know is ten times more infectious you know and so it is they're taking actions now but this is really disrupting the the you know the entire economy we could probably be facing more serious of in a reckoning days like I say in my book is more of a sovereign debt default not just the stock collaborate and that's a credit freeze and enjoyed regency in that since September of last year the repo market so something is severely wrong with the liquidity in in in the world the central banks or intervening like this so it's very dangerous world where we're going thank you Chuck church website Chuck Coughlin C. O. P. P. E. S. dot com California's utility company Pacific gas and Electric Company has agreed to plead guilty the eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter and one count of one group lawfully starting the campfire that happened back in two thousand eighteen they are going to set up a fund for the victims of thirteen point five billion dollars you have who's legendary music.
"jeff he" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Pounds lessons I on Zion's like six eight and Barclays six four. No no no San six six and Barclay with six six six six this is who you need to aspire to be one of the round mound of really wants to be Lebron. You'RE NOT GONNA be Lebron Oak. Lebron six eight shoe eight two way. Faster Lebron lost a lot of weight. But I'm just saying like isn't that the best that like the Barclay is a type of guy you're like Oh Barclay you can say it and you watched shack handle the Kobe. Thing right you say to yourself man. I love you dude. Anything I ever felt about you. That was even the slightest bit negative which I never. We're always like shack size bars lovable. Both both I'm just like anytime. They go hit compared donald trump to Charles Barkley. But there is this element of like wind. Charles Barkley says something you don't. It doesn't shock you anymore but partially get away with all these Barclays Loving. There's a love but I'm saying like when like if I heard Lebron say something controversial I'll be like what Barkley said the exact same sentence I'd go. Yeah that makes sense. Yeah Berkeley Barkley in the in the Stanley Cup finals. They interviewed him inbetween beards. We obviously cared. Some blues ran at this year. He was great fun because he's he loved it. He loved it. He loved his. He's a curious one of us. I feel like that's what that's what make Barclay lovable is. He doesn't seem like a guy who's at this like Level where he's unapproachable. And he's at like this fancy dinners celebrities. He seems like A. I'm going to do what I want to wear what I want. I'm GONNA go golf. Say What I want and do an and and do what he wants I. E I'm going to build affordable housing home. You're like you can do whatever you memorabilia. You'RE GONNA try and say that he has a ton of Old Jerseys. And how much could an old game warned? Charles Barkley Jersey autographed from Charles Berkeley. Sell for what like a thousand rings or assigned Ray Rings? He's got to win like tournaments. He's got no rings shack them every time. That's check his classroom. That's unfair Shaq. Had a good example of what we're just talking about. How about how like they can get away with anything? Yeah LEBRON LEAVES CLEVELAND AND PEOPLE LOSE THEIR MIND PEOPLE IN CITIES WHO aren't even clevelander. Miami are complaining like the girl from what I've done it. Where shack would literally go to any team. That had a good point guard. He's like what Phoenix Scher Boston. Shirt CLEVELAND SHIRT MIAMI shirt. Any how about if everybody's complaining about what? About Casey. Kevin Garnett did all that he could do to try and win. Rayon in all that he could do to try and win. In Minnesota Kevin Durant did an Kevin Garnett Kevin Garnett and then. Garnett goes to Boston and they invented the big three right. And everyone's happy about that. It's silly this sports. Logic is very flawed. That were some would say like well. It Ruins your legacy if you WANNA leave a team like but that's not true. I'm big fan of Jim. Thome remember him Great Hall Famous? Do He has a special section in in What's now progressive field? The Jake He has a special section section. Honoring him at that stadium. Then you go to Philadelphia. And he's got a special section honoring him because Baltimore Camden yards very special section section honoring. Jim Thome E. I would say you're helping your legacy by spreading it up good person cities claiming I I'm gonNA guess somewhere in. Us cellular field in Chicago. There's a spot for. Jim told her there is. I wonder how the angels feel about Google's I mean the the car because he never really delivered on the promise what he had a couple of plays though as it goes records right and he'll records as national but the magic that he created sure as a cardinal so I wonder when he goes in the hall of fame and he'll be a first ballot or no Louis so the goes in as a cardinal has to get all of his damage there and that way I hate so the only ever hear me. Talk Trash about Greg Maddux is Greg. Maddux did a thing where he was like well. I love the cubs as much as I love the braves so I don't really like dude. That's how the whole famous you have to pick a team place. What do you do your you had the best seasons ever as a brave chicks dig. Lavar ball drifted me. You so angry was. He presented that conversation to the baseball world where that would have never otherwise been a conversation and so. I'm afraid like pools my I don't know going bolt. You know you're just put into bed hat all right. So the Final Story Rob Gronkowski in deep deep talks with the. Wwe DEAL report. I saw an ad that I mean. You feel like that's kid for. He has a friend named Mojo or something mojo Rawlings or something. I don't know it's pretty easy enough. While his one of his best friends is in the pro is in w and he shows up to all the wrestle like all the wrestling as I can do this and he's also he's big like big personality personnel but I don't you told me that Rob Gronkowski still thinks wrestling is real. And what's GonNa Happen is my prediction on Shabbat wrestling? Fan and Mojo Rawley very good Pirelli so Gronkowski will. He's going to sign a deal dodie yet. He'll get some candy ass contract. It's not like the other wrestlers have to deal with right and he still won't be able to keep a Vince happy or jump through the hoops that he would have to be about four months. You think he's GonNa completely like novelty match. How how fast would quit if you got a job tomorrow? Wb writers you guys would quit in probably two weeks because you're just be like. I'm not putting up with this for this pay. It's like it's not worth it. He psycho watching the xfl. Dow you see the thirty for thirty on the old one. Yeah the old XFL. Yes kind of unbelievable. Because it's Dick Ebersol. And Vince McMahon their partnership and literally when NBC lost the NFL to Fox and CBS. What they did in there like we need football and we need to have a fight. Bob Costas he's going to her. We talk about on this. Podcast depress him as a journalist. And I said you know it was funny Bob. When he was on the show had no was funny is the more he got mad. The calmer you got. And he's like that's what was making him mad that it wasn't there you ever fearful and he said no part of me was felt like I was watching it happen and I'm sitting there. Sure and part of me was like this guy is smart enough not to do any on camera. It's going to be a really bad low salt so he can't private at a bar that's a little. It's posturing guy he's like. I know I know who you are like Jim. Rome with with Well the will that pushed that pushed buttons forward. This guy McMahon you you get the sense that he's like on he. One of my close close pals in this stage life is Freddie Kris Jenner the hero for WB for prince junior row for wwe for. I don't know like over a year. It was the weirdest I can only imagine like father's son like kind of dysfunctional relationship. I've ever had in my life. I love who you've connected with through as a comedian whose life Sunday Freddie at a for his birthday at Xfl That's hilarious. Yeah the reason. I'm still drunk because at Robin thinks birthday. Oh my gosh was the weirdest night on. My leg was crazy. It wasn't semi one little tiny story. Robin Dick is such a sweetheart. Yeah that he just kept like giving speeches like he would. Just get up like are you know like let me. Just tell you about this guy right here man. This is my longest friend. I knew him before I knew all you guys. I got a little one because battling on me j Ferrell Joel McHale and Ken junk sitting like in a little expand. Comedy the comedy kids literally right across Broadway and In and it was just so funny because he's keeps giving these speeches and I just keep thinking like what am I doing here? Yeah this is the weirdest kid from Seattle Mix Gelson All right let's follow. Jeff die on twitter. He is Jeff. Die Go to Jeff Dyer DOT COM. Go.
"jeff he" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Me how you can support a ninety seven year old guy sexually ninety four for something he did seventy five years ago but we can't deport people in this country illegally time and time again and have committed crimes Jeff he was doing what he was assigned to do a wartime situation he was not killing anybody in prison camp he was watching over prisoners he should be left alone Jeff leave him be he was nineteen now he's ninety four years old all right is it more complicated than that Josh in Milwaukee junction W. T. M. J. hi how are you different we will thank you okay should we be sending this ninety four year old guy back I definitely think that anybody who had any sort of partners trust me like that there should not be a statute of limitations on that meeting I regular a regular action such as stealing or something something similar that people people get out of a mistake such as being part of one of the greatest atrocities in human history that's not really something that should be forget forgiven not forgotten about why I certainly agree with that not forgiven not forgotten the flip side is let let's let's take this guide is out he he's eighteen or nineteen years old he's a sailor so he's a grunt in the military he gets assigned at the very end of the war Hey we need your off the ships you know we need you to stand guard at the gate to this prison camp and so he does what he's ordered to do he's not like the mastermind of the Holocaust or anything like that given that he was I guess presumably just following orders is is it unfair to go after him seventy five years later I definitely think that Sir Hey buddy who who did not have the mind or wherewithal to resist being part of such as being part of such a heinous crime should definitely not do not think that the person should be forgiven for civil and and by the way nobody I I certainly would not suggest anybody forgive him for that I guess the question in my mind is and again if the age of at the age of ninety four I have I understand I by the way I supported in the past a number of the prosecutions of the people who were like the active prison guards in the concentration camps and things like that now in this particular situation it's a little more difficult because again this is the end of the war you are at your pulled off the ship you're assigned okay now we want you to go and we're evacuating this particular cut this particular be a prison camp and you're going to be one of the people who act this course now he went he went voluntarily he didn't refuse to do that now I guess it nineteen March of nineteen forty five had he refused to do it my guess is they put him up against the wall and shooting I'm not justifying what he ended up doing but under those circumstances you know at the age of ninety four you know do you do we serve anything by going by going after him and sending him back to a country that he hasn't been in for the last seventy five years eight five five six one six one six one again I tell you I come down on this in just a moment but I I find it to be an interesting story Jim and want to go gym or W. T. M. J. good afternoon okay thanks for having us I have my opinion is that he should be allowed to stay unless they can connect him with some of trump's figures he was a member of the on South Street or multimeters which work just for yes or no there are many other countries in camp for a control thank you very much for divisions departments of the our military's little all righty what happened to this guy I mean he's he's he's he's a sailor and at the end of the war and my guess is you know for whatever reasons to showing it just the the demonic nature of the third Reich at the end of the war they were more interested in I think trying to kill prisoners and they were trying to win the war and yeah he this is orders you you're leaving a ship this is where we're sending you that that's what I think it makes a call appreciate it yeah eight five five six one six one six twenty that's the accurate mortgage talk and text line Jeff should we deport guards of our own Japanese internment camps Jeff under these rules would any American soldier who worked at any of our prison camps be guilty what would be the difference well there is a special law that goes back to nineteen seventy eight this is something I think a lot of people might not be familiar with the call it's the nineteen seventy eight Holtzman amendment to the immigration and nationality act where they file he was deported because his quote willing service as an armed guard of prisoners at a concentration camp where persecution took place constituted assistance in **** sponsored persecution at least that's what the theory was behind this and this was the justification they use for prosecuting him I guess here's where I kind of come down on this on the one hand I'm I'm not crying any tears for this man I mean what what he did as even playing the role of of a soldier you know bite by serving as a guard in this particular thing he he facilitated the harm that was handed down to the people who were were prisoners we're not talking though about going back and saying Hey we're going to prosecute you unlike other cases this isn't one where we're saying okay we're we're going to prosecute you and we're gonna put you in prison for the last twenty years of your life that's not this what they're saying is based on your involvement in the war and based on what you did we're sending you back to Germany we we don't want you in this country and that's I guess where I see I see the distinction I'm not sure big picture what you will accomplish because like I said this guy wasn't apparently but nobody since he was a **** he was the the eighteen or nineteen year old sailor who gets the orders and say can you leave the ship you know you're you're going to this camp and yes we're we're evacuating we're getting that we're closing down the camp we're going to be marching these prisoners through the winter and you know we're gonna be making to forced labor at all if there's nothing reputable about what he did if we were talking about prosecuting him and sending him to prison for the rest of his life for this I think I would have a different position but given given the nature of **** Germany given the horrible nature of the Holocaust I guess I look at this and it's tough for me to be too sympathetic to the guy he was in this country for seventy for sixty years he was in Canada for an extra fifteen I think you could probably make a strong argument that we shouldn't have allowed him into the country in the first place so if you should've allowed him into the country in the first place it's kind of difficult for me to to again lose too much sleep over the fact that you're going to send him back bottom line is we're not sending him back to put him in prison we're not sending it back to execute him we're saying that because of what she did in World War two you probably should have been allowed in this country in the first place so even at the age of ninety four we're going to send you back I'm not gonna lose too much sleep over that this is Jeff right Jeff Wagner on WGN's as we speak the stock market is down another four hundred thirty three points today on the continuing hysteria and I am starting to come to the conclusion that it's it's.
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"jeff he" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Are you really. Yeah like an eight hundred number that people just call you and they sent it to. People will submit a relationship questions submitted them ahead of time. And we're going to talk to them. I love it. Hello Hi is is melanie it is hi Melanie. It's ANA hi. Hi thank you so much for doing this. I'm here with Jeff Carlin. Hi Melanie Hi. I'm good how are you. Do you know who I am. I do it. Yeah I was like I never assume ever you tell us what's going on okay. So ever last December I'm single for the first time in about seven years and I finally got the courage to start dating in April. After a series of unfortunate I dates. I finally met this really Great Great Guy Trevor. We hit it off immediately. We went on some really great dates. A few things like a little off about him though. He said he lived with his parents which is a huge deal because I currently live with mine. Thanks but he said he didn't have a driver's license car because he got an accident when he didn't have any car insurance and then he randomly dropped it on me that he has three kids under the age of three. He said three two and quote unquote brand-new since he didn't drive. I was always the one to see him and I would only ever pick him up and drop him off at his office. I I am lying about a few harmless other things like who'd babysitting the kids when we would go out and then in August I went on a trip with my friend to New York City and he went on a family trip communiqu festival and he goes to the entire time he completely dropped off the face of the planet and then when he got back he would like. Oh I turn my phone off to spend time with my family and and I didn't have any service so I kinda done ended things and then a few weeks ago we got back in touch. He said he really missed me. And he thought about me a lot and he would be extremely lucky. The things between US worked out. Those are his words. I kinda missed his company and I mean we take off the first time around so I decided to give things another shot but I did say on one condition that he I was always honest with me and like communicative and I'm now living with my parents to. We had to get a little creative with seeing each other And had a hot date and of minivan if you know talking about I finally got the nerve to ask him what his last name was and he told me so like any other person in twenty nineteen. I tried to find him on social media. I didn't find him but I did find his ex. HIS QUOTE UNQUOTE ECK turns out that his brand new kid the youngest one is two months old so he was screwing around with me the first time around when she was pregnant also based on her instagram. It doesn't look like they are separate is currently she. A few months ago posted a picture of her proud new mom with her loving in hardworking husband bought her the same minivan that I was making so I confronted him about it and he shut down basically just said that I deserve better and he asked me if I wouldn't confront her about anything because he doesn't want it to affect his relationship with kit so my question is what do I do. Do I tell her. I feel like I've another woman I'm in. I feel like she should know about this. But I also don't know if it should come from me and I'm really torn. Oh boy okay. We'll we'll first of all I don't think thank. You should tell her anything because I think that this guy has enough skeletons in the closet. Like I just don't know if you should get involved on that end of things. Yeah Yeah but here's what I wanted to ask you clearly. This dude is he's probably like a fucking hot lover and handsome or whatever in you. You haven't been single for seven years. Yeah this was one of the first people that sort of came into your life. I guess it depends on what your goals goals are great and I don't know if you should involve yourself in his life in any way it feels a little volatile but having said that the fact that you have I've been in a monogamous relationship for so long and the you re entering this world how do you navigate those waters. And how do you know who who to trust or what to do. Actually I don't know Jeff. What do you think I have a few thoughts first off any man that has a minivan is married? That's number one then. Generally don't drive minivans. That's they didn't pick up the other thing is I wouldn't get involved anymore and I would ghost him. I would just move on because I think that for your safety and for your parents aren't safety because we don't know this gentleman he's been pretending to be something else. I don't know what could possibly happen to you but I think nothing good can come of this we had jeff cryptic you were. I don't know what scored no but the point is by the way you get married. No we don't know it sounds it was like I know this sounds like every murder podcast every year. This sounds like so same thing. Thank you move on you sound. So it's a word I use the light foam and lovely and I know that on two levels one. You're going to have hot sex again and you will meet someone done you. Well I promise you my water my work but but as you know jeffords hard in the moment the moment to what so took look out for your safety because right now this is a safety issue. It's nothing more and it's an ego. Oh issue of like Oh you fucked with me so now. I'm going to tell your wife what you did. No get out. Don't be involved with any of it at all. Just just cut it off. It's over it's going to be painful. It's going to be tough but so much easier than if you got involved by talking to the wife and by talking to him anymore. Cut it off completely. I've never felt more confident in giving advice then this the sides that I wanted to say something to you and I know what you might do and what you might do is be unkind to yourself is belittle you yourself say mean things to yourself about the mistake that you made and you did in the moment what you knew best you were taking him at his word you were trusting do not beat yourself up give yourself kindness for learning and going through an experience that you can talk talk about some day to Dinner Party where you have great distance from it and you're with someone else you know because I think the only other problem would be you being mean to yourself and beating yourself up because of this give yourself a past. You're a good person you're doing the best you can with the information you've been given and so move along protect your family and yourself from any bullshit. 'cause it's an ego move to go to his wife you know right. You're not her protector protector. She signed up for what she signed up for. You know now if she's your best friend your coworker and it's more you know tied in. That's another thing there's nothing to you. He is nothing to you. Move on move on and it'll take time and be kind yourself and every time you watch curb your enthusiasm or some movie go gave me some good advice. No here's my one did. Did you know one thing. Don't fucking van. I don't nothing good some of that but by the way let's say You get married and have children and it's your family man and that Saturday night you go out in the van and your husband's let's fuck in the back and pretend that we just met at the soccer field one of the other moms or DADS or whatever. Sure that's the only van fucking. That's any good but in general avoid fucking advanced saving. Then you're wonderful. I hope we helped you thank you I love you. Thank you or love you to see touch and I hope that we helped you to some degree. Well thank thank you so much I think what Jeff said about you know meeting to kind of forgive myself and not be mean to myself is probably the biggest aspect of this whole thing so thank you so much. Admitting I have listened to every single episode of the podcast ever I love it. So thank you so much. Oh Hockey's wonderful as you think she might thanks. Oh I wonderful holy crap melanie. Please be in touch. I will thank you so much guys. Thank you thank you bye. This is nothing to do with anything but during that phone call. I think I'm GONNA legally changed the name to Claudette. That's what I'm GonNa go with that. Yup No oh sex-change same guy but I'm Claudette. It's what I'm thinking about guard. Here's the other junkie ready. This is my favorite joke. Guy Goes to the doctor. Yeah he says Dr. I'm so overwhelmed when I wake up in the morning. My body aches and filled with anxiety. I'm filled with dread. I don't WanNA get out of my bed. Let alone open the window window and I know I can't go outside. I keep the lights off. I'm overwhelmed I weep constantly. I don't know what to do and the doctor says I'll tell you what to do. Do you go see Koko the clown he's in town now performing he'll make you laugh. Who Make you forget about all your problems? Force yourself go see coca the Clinton and the man says but doctor I am Koko the clown. Thank you for doing this so enjoy everything..
"jeff he" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"There by Surguja and Tampa Bay trying to get away to blacks those cleared to an open weighing crystalline and bouncing one off into the corner taken back by Shannon you got it on into the corner okay around on the boards steered back in the other direction sham after it again Sam lifted for circuit Jeff he's trying to get away in the corner you've actually does and leaves it there for polite blood steered it behind the net foot high dissenter I use and taken back by you okay higher you got it on the license who lives at their for sherry over the line sherry try to go to the net got knocked off the puck by circuit Jeff came to a bill I did my bubble over to sherry one six school the year eliminated the **** thrown up through the middle coming off the thirty so I did this inside the near post stand by Ryan hard less than a minute remaining in the opening period his right the list covers up holy mackerel right not got in behind the defense saying just missed as well as unless he got his bonnet quickly forty two seconds ago over here in the opening period.
"jeff he" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"His name is Jeff he runs an agency that specializes specifically in optimizing your Amazon presence. So if you're a brand that is neglecting Amazon, and you've heard me talking about, you know, like, we know we gotta get this together. Or if you're an Amazon seller, and you know, you need to turn your attention to audience building and funnels and the stuff that is really going to grow your company. I would recommend that you give a quick shout to my boy Jeff at. Turnkey product management there at turnkey product management dot com. And as I said there in the back room, they work with my team and the rest of the big companies and equity groups that are involved in our little circle. And they're usually ahead of everybody else. In terms of what's working what's compliant? What reviews strategies are cool, and kosher and are actually affective and they're not out there. Hawking a bunch of info products. They're out there actually doing it. So they're an implementation agency that just handles it for people and they run their own businesses. Some of which they have built and sold kind of like, yours truly. So I feel really good about partnering with them and recommending the big companies in the brands that I work with to outsource their Amazon management over to Jeff and his team. So if you're looking to add some automation into your arsenal our recommend the good folks at turnkey product. Management dot com. And Jeff, and I are on speed dial with each other and are collaborating on what's working. So you're always getting what's the latest and greatest in the Amazon world so contact those guys if you're looking to outsource automate and optimize Amazon presence at turnkey. Product management dot com..
"jeff he" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Listening. Jeff. Why was the white calling up? We'll be Jeff he's my you know, he's my backer. Well, what does he like texting you? What story you think? Now now now now he just likes to listen he gets excited when I get it. Right. So you're now admitting that you're getting help that you have a helper on this segment. No help raise your listener. Shut up. I think struck a nerve sounds like a democrat guy. Struck a nerve shut up. I like to strike a nerve congratulations on your win. That's all that matters. Whether it was assisted or not. First comes the assisted win the assisted living. Even the Orioles have one. You know, something I don't know. Yes. Abby has been in touch. Well that goes a neighborhood. All doctors she's been shopping for hover rounds. And apparently they're cheaper up up north. Let me tell you something I'm ever confide anywhere. I'm not supposed to be God help us. All right. Exactly. You'll bust out would you ever golf in a hover around? Maybe. Yeah. That might not be. Yeah. Usually to stand up that way gotta hit it and keep moving gesture clubs though a little bit short in them up. I just might clubs every day. You might you might have the joke your club. Well. Frank help me. Nothing. I can do. I mean listen flag that flags. That's true. That makes it very praise. The helpless. Right. You're right about that. Thank you. Frank. Before the hour. And you listen to talk radio six eighty WCBS, cooler temperatures, evolved. It was a great.
"jeff he" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Crazy amaretto. Do you think that I am skilled? I'm like empty poise because I'm licensed to ill. Anyway. Can do that. Yeah. Well, I mean anyone can do that anybody can do that. Right. Talent is a talent. No, that's not a challenge. If your voice is not good. You got you got you got some that. You got some kind of speed doesn't mean, you're great singer. Doesn't mean you're great rapper your. You're just not good. Are you saying I'm not a decent rapper? Really? No, you don't you? Don't got you got circuit kind of speed. You know, you got speed your voice is not that good. Note. Eating even drop a single heightened. No that rappers don't drop high notes. Most of the rappers can't wrap. Not eating ammunition may say if not eating aiming them how good boy, you don't got a good boy. He's got millions of dollars in gold and platinum records and he sells out stadiums. Get Jeff he's just fast. That's all right. But I mean, that's a talent. You can't do it. Let me hear you wrap that. Yes. Like, I like opera baby. I like upper I'm in a higher level. I like mighty allies Johan sat there? Lee. About a she's a whore. I also like I like sopranos too big pussy. But you can't you can't your boy. I mean, let's her you wrap that all right? If it doesn't if it doesn't take talent to wrap. Let's hear you wrap that effort, I'm not a rat. I I'm not a rapper. Well, if it doesn't take talent then you should be able to do it. Right. But if it day, if it doesn't take talented, you should be able to do it, right. That you're opera follower. I know that. But you say you say it does not take talent to wrap. Go ahead and wrap. Then if it doesn't take any talent. The most referenced can sing they can't seem to talking about rappers. I'm talking about you are decrying denigrating my ability to rap I'm telling you if it does not take talent. Then let's hear you do it any anyone can go to a radio station and read the newspaper today in the news. We got somebody gets shopping my. Yeah, he got four impacts. I'm to do anyway games. I know you're I'm not hurt. True. I'm not hurt..
"jeff he" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Back at clements john my son ben plummets for the next hour as we will be talking sports talk and tv jeff we'll be back next week jeff he's been a big he's in a big soccer tournament nick soccer tournament we'll get an update hopefully from jaffna comes back but i doubt if we will tell you the truth uber private wine but he'll be back on monday phone lines you're always open ben will be the coach with me the getting the first weekend in september long mortensen maryland football game with our show the end zone club that's on five to six every saturday five to six right now we've got the fifteenth club golf show from five to six in the fall where switching back to football and the fifteenth club is going to go to sunday five to six so we'll have that five to six on saturday and i'm excited because it's fitting perfectly we'll have post game coverage of the longhorns in maryland after the first game and then the first home game of the year is longhorns in tulsa kicks off at seven we'll be on there at five o'clock as you didn't will drive you to the stadium and then follow that that'll be usc on september fifteenth starts at seven o'clock what a game that's going to be i'm really glad we have a we have a pre show for that first game yeah that could either make or break the season i tell you what tears of joy tears of sadness yeah it'd be tears or beers but it's gonna be at five o'clock in that longhorn first game of the year is it gets maryland and last year if i would have been a betting man with texas and maryland out about the family farm that texas was going to beat maryland there is no way that tom harmon was gonna lose his first game out of the box here at twelve point favorite twelve point favorite and maryland i guess maryland started a sophomore quarterback and he got hurt then they put it in a true freshman bottom line was maryland beat the longhorns yeah handily handily that game and then the longhorns went on to finish at six and six and one one the the bowl game against missouri but i'm excited about the end zone club show i think it's going to be a whole bunch of fun we're gonna get football a little more but right now what are you do in the summertime you're outside with family and friends and you catch up on your tv and you watch tv and the twentieth eighteen emmy nominations were announced today and i want to get your perspective i'm an older guy that watches i watch a lot of tv i like tv and you want to just gauge your feelings about these nominations the best comedy of the year according emmys this is a nomination atlanta is on i love that atlanta i've never seen it funny childish gambino he he's the rapper actor who was just making a killing right now donaldson comedy donald glover great show is that danny glover's son no it is not danny glover's son it's not no relation no relenting okay but atlanta checks i've never seen it it's funny you need to watch it also nominated berry on hbo bill hader show all mg i know you love that show i love that show this is a black comedy show dark comedy it's very funny though at times had very serious time to bill later from saturday night live will hater also wanted his henry winkler henry winkler is no you don't know see this is a generation gap here lazy gentlemen i just asked my son who's in his early twenties who henry winkler was and you did not by sees face i will know who is most likely but i don't know the name henry is this is this is incredible johnny is this not incredible henry winkler man starred in the tv show how happy dance happy days something from the sixties and he's character from the.
"jeff he" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Low they used for snakes and my favorite i'm here in montana and up above my where i live is a place called clapper flats and that's loaded with snakes but anyway i i for all around anything i found a three fifty seven sake i've got a p two twenty nine that works good on anything yeah it's interesting i was just thinking about our last caller jeff he made a good point we had a snake we were out video shoot all few weeks ago a big old black snake out there and it's interesting half the people there at least half the people that were guns nobody had any thought about shooting this thing it's just a big old black probably a king snake and we're thinking yeah that's the good kind man let go i mean if it's nonpoisonous i wouldn't shoot it at all and if it's poisonous it kinda depends on where it is and what's going on but there are certain circumstances where you say okay we can't have this rattlesnake next to the house where the kids play for instance that kind of thing or you know where we're going to be camping right here i just i can't let it just go out and that's going to drive me crazy i won't be able to sleep tonight but for the most part most most lakes if they're not poisonous to good even the ones of course do good in terms of eating rats and that kind of deal but i gotta tell you man i dunno imbaba when rattlesnake starts buzzing come about three feet off the ground and i'm looking for him at that point i don't know it just it's a thing i think we're hard wired that way aren't we i think so radler is something i don't have any use for what so ever except that they do kill vermin rodents and things like that we'd be overrun with rats and rats if we weren't if they weren't there i'm not out to kill all the snakes in the world but i just don't want one next to where i'm camping where i'm sleeping on the ground correct all right i appreciate your call sir yeah it's interesting i just like i know i know they're good in africa over the initial.
"jeff he" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"Well beloved winds are made of like paradox matteo like they're made of something but the one in the field as crashed and yet that so it's like where's the black box things like that or just like i don't think it was like fake i don't think i think people died i think it was awful yeah i also feel like the news i feel like everything it's kinda covered up just like the pedophile thing with me it's like nobody was saying like oh but also this is a real allegation as they didn't care about that it was just say oh click whatever and also i always think about it like youtube so the government rate on youtube and your logging you pick up your thing hey guys pablo i put it down that's real but not really kind of like what you're showing them the government could be you too big we're showing you what we want to show your back we're not gonna show you the real share going on behind log that's a good enough chances that the government would like do that i dunno i don't need scifi eating you know was opinion is the best counterargument to the conspiracy in an eleven you're giving the government wait too much credit air so and capable of pulling the off and not having one person within a high ranking russian leak be like yeah this guy jeff he's a real astle i don't think they did it but i think they knew it was going to happen and i think the people that did it that's interesting bombs and i think it was way bigger and i think when it did happen the government was like fuck we can't admit that there was bombs because that shows that there was the slanted so you think it's more of a covering up incompetence e rather than a play because that makes more sense that's more believe wall just like the the news right now with the fact that the fbi knew that this kid wanted to be school shooter frozen for you anything but like back in two thousand one one and eleven happened we didn't have twitter we didn't have all the things so i'm if nine eleven happens now i guarantee we would know all the.
"jeff he" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"jeff he" Discussed on .NET Rocks!
"jeff he" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Forty two sixty one while i picked up a little news paper were in we were in no the national parks an now i saved because they're found this little obstacle and i tried it in their work so good this time of the year if you buy a pineapple or by the especially you tend to get these little fruit flies because this warm and the bananas ripened quickly so do the pineapples the end of a sudden go fruits flies all over the place and there was a little story is a very easy way to get rid of flu fruit flies in a trade it and within a day they were all gone so i thought this something you may like an this is the recipe you need a half a cup of water and you need a cable smell a teaspoons of regular white vinegar a tablespoon of sugar in a couple drops of soap in you mix them well in a jar or reduce and you just said that where you're having your problem with these fruit flies flying around in your kitchen there'll be a tractor to it in they'll try as laying down the water and when they do this soap will coat they wings they won't be able to fly and they'll drown in the water so it's a good easy thing man i made firm in nary a pie rix leica flick pudding dish and again it's a half a cup of water a teaspoon of white vinegar a teaspoon of sugar in a couple drops of drug alert dish soap indigeous mix that all up together lever right on the counter and you come back and you'll start seeing these flies all dead in the water throw it works great give it a try it will let me know how worked for you let's go the phone lines george whose at first this hour it would be jeff he's got a question about bibo it's okay jeff good morning how can we help you out to which you have be bob today good morning four i'm donnie owner.