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"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

05:21 min | 9 months ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"Hey there good morning this is your host. Jeff ski kinsey and this is day three of the new year and the new month. Today's episode is gerry bainer. Chuck what did he say. What did he say today or was it late last night. Think about it. Gary vander chuck. It took me a year to get over the fact that he was going to swear leykis sailor on shore. Leave okay and a little bit about that. Having been in the marine corps. If you don't know anytime the marines wanna go somewhere they bring the navy and say hey you mind swinging one of those big boats. We need a lift. So i've been on shirley with navy personnel. But i digress. Hey remember is going to be just a fabulous days. Going to be a great year..

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"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"Hey there good morning. This is a live broadcast with jeff ski kinsey. How cool that. It is Just a couple minutes after ten a m eastern standard time. Which is i guess. My way of saying trying to get something done right. Let's see. I wanna share my the fact that this is live. Listen to the speakers. Let's see if i can add this now.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

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"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"Hey there. Good morning. This is your host Jeff ski Kenzie and it is a great day. I'm with a company called voice first. Careers. As long as the voice first base is really heating up and there's a lot of opportunity for talented people people with superpowers to work in and around the voice for space. So this is episode 136 and it's all about our new job board off. As some of you know, I've had a pretty exciting career. I've done a lot made a lot happen travel to Country over so far. I've ridden my motorcycle in nineteen States, but one of the lessons I learned and I shared in my book purple curve effect and I'll share a link in the show notes to it. But one of the things I talked about is adopting the model or models of others if they've done it better than you right why why reinvent the wheel? It's a no-win scenario. Unlike the Kobayashi Maru just as James Tiberius Kirk, but I digress so this morning were excited to announce that our new job board wage voice First Community has went live. That's right. In fact, we got a press release. I'll share a link in the show notes Let me just read the heading here voice first jobs launches a job boards centered on jobs for voice. We started over with a blank sheet of paper and created the VIN hiring model to address the changes that are both profound as well a shuttle that have become all-too-common. Our newest offering is a dedicated job board that serves as Matchmaker and it's got its own URL. If you go to Voice first jobs, it'll show you how to get to the job board how to post if you're a hiring manager looking for talent in this space. It'll show you how to draw. Get that done. So how cool is that? That's a very cool ski, thanks for asking while I'm on the subject of voice first and Voice first platforms there was a post this morning a gentleman was comparing..

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"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"Hey there. Good morning. This is your host Jeff ski Kenzie and it is a great day. I'm with a company called voice first. Careers. As long as the voice first base is really heating up and there's a lot of opportunity for talented people people with superpowers to work in and around the voice for space. So this is episode 136 and it's all about our new job board off. As some of you know, I've had a pretty exciting career. I've done a lot made a lot happen travel to Country over so far. I've ridden my motorcycle in nineteen States, but one of the lessons I learned and I shared in my book purple curve effect and I'll share a link in the show notes to it. But one of the things I talked about is adopting the model or models of others if they've done it better than you right why why reinvent the wheel? It's a no-win scenario. Unlike the Kobayashi Maru just as James Tiberius Kirk, but I digress so this morning were excited to announce that our new job board wage voice First Community has went live. That's right. In fact, we got a press release. I'll share a link in the show notes Let me just read the heading here voice first jobs launches a job boards centered on jobs for voice. We started over with a blank sheet of paper and created the VIN hiring model to address the changes that are both profound as well a shuttle that have become all-too-common. Our newest offering is a dedicated job board that serves as Matchmaker and it's got its own URL. If you go to Voice first jobs, it'll show you how to get to the job board how to post if you're a hiring manager looking for talent in this space. It'll show you how to draw. Get that done. So how cool is that? That's a very cool ski, thanks for asking while I'm on the subject of voice first and Voice first platforms there was a post this morning a gentleman was comparing..

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"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"Good morning. Hey, it is another great day. Remember it's going to be just about as great a day as you make up your mind to make it. I'm your host Jeff ski Kenzie from voice first. And we're excited about helping get America back to work. That's pretty much what I wake up thinking about every morning. What can I do to go faster? How can I get more done with less? How can I help get Americans back to work, by the way, this is episode 132 loyalty. 3 episode 132 loyalty.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

voiceFirst careers

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on voiceFirst careers

"Good morning. Hey, it is another great day. Remember it's going to be just about as great a day as you make up your mind to make it. I'm your host Jeff ski Kenzie from voice first. And we're excited about helping get America back to work. That's pretty much what I wake up thinking about every morning. What can I do to go faster? How can I get more done with less? How can I help get Americans back to work, by the way, this is episode 132 loyalty. 3 episode 132 loyalty.

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Ep. 68T Red 396ci Chevelle

voiceFirst careers

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Ep. 68T Red 396ci Chevelle

"That's right. You Got Him Jeff Ski Kinsey. On the host. I'm also the founder recruiter. In a little bit of everything else at voice I dot careers. Hey, it's another great day. Great data make something happen whether you're a hiring manager looking for great talent, or if you're that talent looking for your next Gig or side hustle.

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voiceFirst careers

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Episode 68T __Red 396 4speed Chevelle - burst 1

"That's right. You Got Him Jeff Ski Kinsey. On the host. I'm also the founder recruiter. In a little bit of everything else at voice I dot careers. Hey, it's another great day. Great data make something happen whether you're a hiring manager looking for great talent, or if you're that talent looking for your next Gig or side hustle.

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Episode 65T __Burn The Boats - burst 1

voiceFirst careers

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Episode 65T __Burn The Boats - burst 1

"Yes, we have no regrets today. Hey I'm your host Jeff Ski? Kinsey from voice first careers. On the founder of the host recruiter chief Cook and bottle Washer. In it's exciting. By the way this episode, Sixty Five T. as in talent. So what's new a lot had a great conversation today with one of my favorite

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"jeff ski" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"Hey there it's Eric j Olson. Today we have a special guest host. His name is Jeff Kinsey. He goes by ski or the Ski Man. I met Jeff in January of two thousand nineteen at a conference named a lexicon of which was all about voice technologies and in particular Amazon's Alexa Technology. We've worked together. Ever since then he decided consulting for us here Ray digital and has amazing insight and experience when it comes to technology and how technology affects Your Business and your processes enjoy this episode hero. Hey there I'm Eric Olsen and I'm Kevin days join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollars company Las Vegas Short. Were actually on our second KIA. This one is what they call a Kia soul at because it's based on the drive train as I understand from the Kia Rio like the first Kia we had. I tend to call it our Kia Rio Grande Day because it's much bigger but we bought this shoes. It came off a lease and we bought it got what we thought was a pretty good deal on. It had thirty eight thousand miles and so we're test driving it. We come back in and I say hey. There's no CD player in the saleswoman says. Yeah that's right I said well you meet. Yeah that's right. She says what does need one. Everybody's going to streaming audio for content. Like wow I should know that. I've been in tech my whole life. I was a commercial software development for close to thirty years. And so it's like while she's right. I've had my pandora count the free one. For over what? Fifteen years Something like that. At least ten I remember shouting about it. At an event in December of two thousand five and so long story short I call this the key mindset and of course other companies do that. But does your company do it? Does your company think ahead so far ahead of the curve. The people actually stop in their tracks and say. Tell me that again. Same Way with the light switch so it's dark when we finally ended up test driving this. Kia I get out and I'm saying why didn't hear the beep and so it's like well. Why is that? I left the lights on but I turned the key off. I took it out. There's no beep. The Salesperson said because the KEA turned the lights off for you. It's like what light switches on. Yeah but the keys. Not In the car so you don't need the lights. I mean think about that. Think about the energy the effort the the brainpower that went into this mindset. That said there's a better experience I remember. I don't remember the exact car but I remember for many years now. Cars have beeped. When you left your lights on. You took the key out and you went to get out of your car. It only makes sense right. No it did not make sense. It was a stopgap solution. How many stopgap solutions do you have in Your Business That's something to think about. That might even be something to call everybody together. Have a great big meeting with everybody in a company and say look. We're GonNa what I call the Wailing Wall. It's to determine the weakest link in your business the core constraint the bottleneck what's holding your company back so let's get everybody in a meeting room. Let's give everybody a pad of post it notes and let's write down. What went wrong in your business today. So far right in on a post it note one short simple sweet sentence pull up on the wall. Okay what happened? What went wrong in Your Business yesterday the day before and so forth. Once you post those up then you're gonNA find some order you're gonNA find some common occurrences and you're gonna find some things that fed something else what we call cause and effect logic and I'm gonNA suggest you need to look at that much. Like Kea. Did the automobile experience..

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"jeff ski" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on The Happiness Lab with Dr. Laurie Santos

"How'd you do my guess is that even though you are trying not to think of a white bear your mind immediately went to thoughts of a white bear that's what does Jeff Ski realized he warned that when you try not think of something you will see that cursive thing come to mind every minute the Harvard cycle logistic then Wagner was interested in these effects which he referred to as ironic processes cases where our minds ironically enough go to the exact place where we don't want them to go wouldn't it created a version of Dostoevsky's polar bear challenge as an experiment with college students he asked them to speak their stream of consciousness for five minutes Seattle next he asked him to repeat the task but explicitly tells them not to think of a white bear if the bear does pop into their minds Oh babbling my students to repeat the experiment here's how they did of course on average people in Wagner's original study and ZIP ringing the bell about once per minute the things that you don't want in our heads seem to come up all the time just think of that Song you can't stop humming.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"DND the Minsk. He and Doyle, I'm Jeff ski. And I'm big Bill Doyle. Still to come. There's a there's a young man there's a boy who wants to play on his sister's softball team he wants to play in the girls softball team. And when they told him, no, he's not leaving it at that. He wrote them a stern letter. And he's basically saying this is segregation this is not fair. And it's already made the news. We'll tell you more about that. And get your opinion on that coming up in the five clock. Okay. Right now, though, where would you stand on this? Do you remember when we told you while back that the legal aid fund, and this is for had been for citizens who need legal services, but are broke and they usually need legal services because they're in the process of being deported, which we're paying for to begin with. Well, I was saying citizens I oh, my okay. Get worked up. Jump the gun, man. I was gonna say legal services have been around forever. And that's normally what has been four is is for the citizens. But governor Murphy he has now added last year. He did this two million actually two point one million dollars to the legal services funds. But specifically and only for illegal. Yeah. And we're paying to deport him in the first place. We gotta pay to make him stare. Let him stay to defend them against what we're doing already. That's nuts. Champing at the bit. Well, a lot of people were upset about this last year when this happened. Well, he's done it again governor Phil Murphy's budget plan repeats this funding formula of another two million dollars. And that's not even what's gonna get you angry. Listen to this pile of crap. Advocates of illegal immigrants. They are not angry about it. Because they're basically saying, well, we appreciate this as the baby step that it is. But they're saying that they need far far more money. They say they need at least seven times as much money. I want to read to you. Some of the quotes that are appearing in Michael Simon story in a Caesar statehouse. Correspondent and the stories on nj one zero one five dot com. Murphy keeps legal aid for unauthorized immigrants, but they want more. All right. Here's some of the quotes. There is a Lori Rodriguez. She's a senior detention attorney for the American friends service committee. Gee, I wonder what she would think of this. She says while we are very grateful of that really great first step to expand representation to immigrants in New Jersey. The reality is that in this climate, the two point one million dollars is simply just not enough to meet the needs and demands for representation, especially under the Trump administration, and it's a tax on immigrants. Okay. It gets worse though. So that's somebody saying that it's not enough. Here's another quote often described. This is this is insane. It's from a painter Cirillo staff. Attorney Rutgers law immigrant rights clinic. Often described as death sentence penalties at a traffic court pace. Immigration court doesn't extend the same due process rights to immigrants that are detained and deprived of their liberty. All right. First of all part of why this is being said is that unlike citizens, they're not if it's an ice case, and it's a deportation. They're not they're not just handed an attorney to represent them. Okay. But listen to that hyperbole often described as death sentence penalties. If you lose we're just making you go back where you came from. Nobody's sticking you in a cage for the rest of your life. And nobody is putting you to death unless you're talking about. Well, they escaped such a vicious regime. Well, that's not air problem. Now, we're not putting them to death. Right. That's not our problem. I'm sorry. I am. So sick of everybody thinking that we're supposed to save the entire world. This is a much-needed step towards building a due process army to defend the rights of states immigrant population. And that whole business about that. They are detained in deprived of their liberty liberty as what guaranteed under the constitution. You're not a citizen as far as I'm concerned, you came here and stole your liberty. If you think you're owed liberty you stole that. And it just goes on and on with quote after quote, and it's just to me that they are actually complaining that they want even more money to fight their own deportation. So we want to just throw this out and ask what you think they'll eagles are saying, well, yeah, that's a nice first step. But we want more like fifteen million dollars a year. Wow. Yeah. At a lot of money now. Yeah. You could argue in an overall budget of well over thirty billion that is not. You know that much put still where does where does the government get. It's money all of us. And you're not gonna convince me that every one of these undocumented immigrants that are going to be using the services have fully paid all of their state taxes. You're never gonna convince me of that. So please don't even bother. Okay. Yeah. They have paid some sales tax some of them potentially have gotten a tax payer ID number. Maybe some of them are right with the law in that sense. But they were still never supposed to be here. And it is pathetic that they want to tap into tax payer money to try to fight something that he shouldn't even be fighting. Because frankly, you're not supposed to be here unless there was a major screw-up, but you know, what those are rare. And of course, this throwing out statistics here that when you go into like an ice hearing deportation. Only fourteen percent that go in without a lawyer are allowed to stay. But almost half that go in with. The lawyer are granted asylum of some sort. And so, you know, this is supposed to prove the need. No, I'm sorry, not at our expense. So what do you think of illegals wanting even more legal aid one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five eighteen here's New Jersey fast traffic.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"And yet, especially in Russia may be more in Russia than in Ukraine. I think Russia is quite worried about getting book down in eastern Ukraine and strange though it may seem the reputational damage of being seen to be still interfering military in Ukraine, and my view, at least. And I mean, this was born out by a couple of conferences. I've been not over the last six weeks. Two months is that Russia would really be interested in some solution to Ukraine, and maybe we can look at this return to the issue of sanctions as being as it were a, putting putting something out that in order to. Divert attention from the fact that Russia might be a bit interested in having a settlement. The problem is that almost nobody else the moment seems interested in the settlement. So you know the French and the Germans have other other concerns. Any sort of peace initiative seem to be very much on the back burner and for Russia to alter its position. On eastern Ukraine, it needs some diplomatic space. Nobody's giving it that at the moment. Indeed, you read about the fact that actually where the the lines of of division should actually be on the ground where people should be almost at fifty cuffs across the line. These lines don't exist anymore. People walk backwards and forwards and intermingle in the way that I think many people imagined would happen. Normally not necessarily in this institution of a war, but wait, does this leave Ukraine when feeling is if they're sort of militarily economically culturally sidelined by the rest of the world's into? Because there are big problems that need looking. Yes, this is absolutely true. I think Ukraine is going to come up the international agenda a bit in the coming months because they have a presidential election in March and Petra. Putter putter shown the current president is expected to stunned office again, but Yulia Timoshenko a real figure from the past as we all thought is really snapping at his heels as far as the polls are at the moment. So we could be looking at potential change of power in Ukraine, Camacho married to Jeff ski. Thank you very much for.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"Apparently they're very painful to where they talked to a guy who wore one and he said he couldn't sit. He could only stand, oh my God, and he had to mand spread. So if you ever see somebody man spreading it, I'd be like, look, I know you're doing your penis, you're working on your penis extender right now, but can you put your legs together so I can sit on the subway, save it for home, please. He said, getting in and out of cars was extremely painful, and you have to wear it for forty nine hours a day for it to be affective. This is like the commitment of invis- align. Yeah. You really have to be like super insecure about your penis to where one of the which some people are. They are to be insecure about because society puts a lot of pressure men and unfair way that is something that they talked about in this article. They. Said like it's totally understandable that a man would feel motivated to get one of these things because like we associate good sex with like giant erections. But this broke down, which I thought was really nice if said, if you're you're partners concerned about Pena size, the best thing you can do is remember that sex is about much more than big heart penises and to communicate about and encourage what feels good. Penetrative. Sex can feel wonderful regardless of Pena size, and that's not even getting into help her full mouth hands and sex ways. Oh, I don't know that can be this up. Angela. I'm talking on the break about like our lives are more full now that we have the satisfy our in our lives. And I said, I'm only sad that it needs to charge. Yeah. I need it ready to go at all times. I, I haven't had to charge mine yet, but I've only used it three times. We use it twice scout them, use it. One. What of the days I did twice. Of. I just want to make it clear that we're not getting paid to talk about this. We just genuinely this is satisfied are themed episodes. They're insane, they're craze. So if you have the moral is if you have a tiny, but you wanna please. You're part Pena's extender just don't get a Pena's expended extender that by the way, can cause damage to your skin blood vessels and result in a fractured penis in some very rare cases just by satisfy. All right. You want to know what I'm reading? Yes. Also, Cozma MO, six e to sixties this. I know I don't even know who've done that ever. This is an article bag girl, Julia Puga, Jeff ski, and she wrote about why many to stop rubber stalling. If you're sexually active women, this has probably happened to you. She writes, hooking up with the guy and he pulls out his penis Yusup he'll get a condom. Nex buddy doesn't. She says, when it becomes clear, he's ready to go. As is finally mentioned it. His response may rain. Oh, right. As if the whole using protection thing was just a minor oversight to really as if pregnancy and STI prevention is a huge request. But one thing is clear. He's rubber stalling which is deliberately waiting for the woman to bring up the condom. I perhaps in the hope she won't at all, which this is not cool. It's really dumb on the guys part because they think that they can't get an a seedy. I don't know. Do they not think that they might be stuck paying child support for the rest of their life or as they will, they will. It happens more than you think when men leave it to women to bring condoms. The onus for both partners protection against ST is false soley on them, but this non isn't shocking. A two thousand seventeen survey conducted by Cosmo. Women reported being twice as likely to have to initiate conversations about testing than men while men were three times as likely to never have been tested. So part of the reason they describe about like the lack of people getting tested and and this whole rubber stalling is the lack of solid sex. Education in this country surprise surprise because we lack these skills. The responsibility always falls in the women because they're socialized to be the caretakers and communicators. Do you?.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on Start the Week

Start the Week

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on Start the Week

"Violence to pollution all of which in a justice just if not worse not today at but he's great cry for his old get mad seemed may be impairing in the '70s i don't know but now you know it's it's sort of vegas knitted it impotent i mean do we actually get any results regarding olympic agreed then i think that central speech in the production represents read what's happening today all over and it's not only trump trumpets not only america its own also halt where i live you know it's also britain brexit don't forget it emotions drive us and when we when politicians allowed that too that we are driven only by emotions emotional are very important because it's a basic thing in in our life but you have to learn to deal with them in a certain way and if you don't learn to deal with them anymore then you see what's happening all of all over the world not only in america this moment so i think the mad as hell speeches is the core actually of what the jeff ski and lee whole i want to say but you see the whole journey afterwards because he howard beal brand cranston changes his opinion in no in every speech you feel you use a different take on it so he's also is easily to influence our beal you know it's a personality be as he is he takes influence influences very easy so that's that's i think i think angry and this at this moment it's an darren talked very eloquently about the ankle and anger and despair in the underbelly of society is this is of course not the underbelly of society this is the middleclass a it's the white people in the in america who vote for trump it also in holland to vote for extremeright parties in order his we live in a transition time it's in an age of anger which is a transition time it's like longing for something that this lost but we have to accept that something that this lost that that's lost in know we have to move on somehow and that's what i wanted to bring to this preelection the nth moment.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on Start the Week

Start the Week

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on Start the Week

"All these things these have happened said does it make it less funny well i made a choice their renewed was real choice you could do with different uh uh because the jeff ski and sit in met make movie moment they made it into a setire i think there's nothing to laugh about today with these things but there's a lot of live in the production you know you were there on on on friday evening on saturday evening so there is up but it's slowly it becomes this tragedy and that's the way i treat the tudo i thought well uh that there is the talk about terrorists in the movie it's reluctant eleven the rich allies them i think there is nothing to laugh about it anymore so i i tried to to look at it from the perspective of two day not of the '70s but i use the 70s because that's a strange thing if you look at the seventh east there was an economic crisis the old crisis there was a political crisis the watergate the pentagon papers vietnam things are going on so there was a lot of anger in society and input jeff skied as the original the whole make the beautiful new adaptation of the movie script epa jeff cassette will the no entertainment people on people are not going through the movie smelter at the for entertainment they want to see their anger on stage and that's what he did it was dispersal anger but he made it into a big metaphor and that's the beauty of it but the power of that anger i spaces a thing that we question now because how i bail says i don't need to tally things about and he lisov things from from gum.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"The the the lock on the store was broken it actually had been broken for quite some time never this is also a neighborhood at that time a lot of people don't lock other doors and the seller basement stairs uh once inside would lead up to the pettitte families kitchen this door two had a lock on it so you could lock it from the kitchen side um however this lock was not locked that night and it wasn't common practice for anyone in the pettitte family to lock this door well after creeping in through the cellar door through the basement up the stairs they eventually found william pettitte sleeping on a couch some people call this the porch it's more of a son room a bill says he never heard the men approaching him he actually didn't wake up until josh struck him in the head with the baseball bat josh had found the baseball bat um several counts of this most of them saying that it was lying in the yard somewhere in the backyard there is a an account or to that said they may have found it in the basement then tying bill up at gunpoint and later moving him to the basement the children in their mother were bound in locked in their respective rooms stephen hey said that he and karma said jeff ski were not satisfied with the amount of money your valuables that they found in the home and that was when the bank book was discovered which showed that big available balance that we discussed.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Anyway joshua is a pro at breaking into homes as a matter of fact that is like his speciality he's been arrested many times for breaking into homes yeah and i think when he was arrested one time he claim that he broke into 18 different homes so joshua started showing his new friends stephen hayes how to pick out a good house how to break in what to look for all that sort of stuff frei in fact just the day before they broke into the pet it's home the two had broken into several hopes stephen hayes was learning new criminal skills and joshua's now josh will now with the help of a partner with scheming other ways to increase the score plus it's widely believed that he wanted to store committing other types of crimes rather than just be any and burglary one of the questions becomes why did they pick the pettitte family well we have a situation captain where it late in the afternoon on sunday july 22nd 48yearold jennifer hawk pettitte she's with her 11yearold daughter michaela they went to that stop and shop grocery store in cheshire now during their trip to the grocery store somehow they attracted the attention of joshua karma said jeff ski who followed them home he was there waiting for somebody he said something like um correct contractor was supposed to pay him some money or something like that but anyway he he sees the woman in her child at the store it seems like he may have handsome.

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"jeff ski" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"jeff ski" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"I think that that the thought here in it has to be the thought here is that your best bet is to go and get some real help because what kind of real help is bill going to be able to offer other than that it once he got upstairs if he gets upstairs and he tries to defend his family it's very easy for them to put one in his head put a bullet in his head and boom that that that help ended right there more on that i think that's the big conundrum when it comes down to haass's situations anyways now do you fight back you know and does that cause more harm to yourself and two others or do you let it play out and i think that's the question and every haas said situation i think that's a question that the police have to face as well now remember jennifer's van had been driven by the two men who broke into the home crashed into the two police cars that were blocking traffic and thankfully the police arrested those men so now we have two guys in custody the police arrested joshua karma said jeff ski and he was the younger thinner suspect that we said was fleeing from the house ed joshua was in his late 20s back in two thousand and seven a career criminal in and out of trouble for most of his adult life they also arrested stephen hayes he was the older more set one stephen hayes was almost twenty years older than joshua.

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