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Rose Parade Float Designer Builds Outdoor Gym In Sierra Madre near Los Angeles
"A creative approach to the state's health order, allowing them to operate on Ly outdoors. Now Sierra Madre Jim is open again after a Rose parade float maker building outdoor work out platform. The fitness centre now looks like a concert stage, which is about 60 feet long by 30 feet wide. It's still trust frame and trust tent structure, make the floats dirty enough to hold a heavy gym equipment. Such a stationary bikes and dozens of weights. Sandy Lewis Duval is the order of Sierra Fit knows we're shut down twice. As you know, This is a collaboration between Sir Fitness and a s creative Local company here. That's national that builds floats and obviously stages for concerts. So he's a good friend of mine has helped me tremendously so that I can keep my business open. If my employees back and get keep people healthy during this crisis right now, So you're a fitness will open to the public On Saturday, Mass and temperature Jenks will be required to work out. You must have an appointment depend on connects for
"jenks" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Right it's a tough time these are unique times Carl I mean there's no time you know and you know try to get try to deal with things like the shortage is quietly paper what that but lately I've heard of some much scarier one I gotta I gotta level with your okay yeah yeah I've heard of places running out at the if one thing for your country to be added as non essential items like Garrett casting and what's that but if you're running out a hamburger patties I mean are we still a society at that point I know how magic I was able to procure a medical beat license so I get to go to a separate line at the Fletcher because you know the doctor says that's what my body the Hey it is me so I recommend it for everyone your butcher legally becomes your cardiologists in in the city of Chicago that is absolutely true I I gotta take a sigh of relief bill because I've read that obese people have been allocated risk for cold plate so it makes me glad that you know swear skis and I we always decided to stay so healthy right we'll get it right and you know number years ago I purchased the Bobby Jenks Ford one exercise couch no regrets right right thank you to set up did you find interesting literature in the back of that I'll bet there's some pamphlets in the Bobby Jenks exercise with a piano player Bobby Jenks five steps to get it down to two hundred thirty pounds so so you know we're we're good staff and I we get cholesterol tested.
"jenks" Discussed on WRVA
"Jenks support staff bus drivers part time and temporary folks who were part of the school system before this de facto shut down are being paid the way they normally would and we're doing everything we can to make sure posts are taking care of it in that respect will report James was a guest today on Richmond's morning news with John Reid this is the first day of remote learning for more than a million New York City public school kids ABCS Erin could Turkey has more good morning to ten second grade teachers greeted their students in a video and posted assignments online we've been thinking about you we can't wait until we can all be back together again make sure to work hard and be kind we love you these happen to be my daughter's teachers they posted worksheets the kids are expected to complete and return by email projects in progress are to be photographed for inspection and for parents teacher appreciation takes on a whole new meaning there are some calls for a loosening of the social distancing restrictions put in place across the nation president trump indicating on Twitter overnight that he may agree A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey is at the White House with the latest president trump on Twitter signaling he's aware of some of the new arguments that strict lockdowns across the nation could be worse than the alternative of allowing Americans to resume normal life president writing in all caps quote we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself getting back to normal could be good for the U. S. economy but public health officials and experts continue to warn that the only way to contain code nineteen is to practice strict social distancing the shortage of masking ventilators extends well beyond the United States and as officials here order people to stay indoors governments overseas are doing the same here's ABC's Matt McGarry the world is now consumed by the hunt for masks ventilators and other medical supplies as health care workers say they're being forced to re use and ration disposable masks and gloves more than one and a half billion people one fifth of the world's population are being asked or ordered to stay home today to try and stem the spread of covert nineteen Wall Street has been wobbling mostly lower in early trading today after.
"jenks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Who waited ten years to go on trial for murder is still awaiting his fate the jury is expected to resume deliberations this morning in the case of forty nine year old Michael Keatley who's charged with murdering two brothers and injuring four other people after he was shot multiple times and rob while working in his truck and twenty ten police never found a murder weapon but prosecutors say they found other evidence his prayers for justice turned in to an understanding and a search for vigilante justice projectiles in case scenes from the crime scene matching projectiles in case things from the key of the property he leaves a prize prosecutors by telling his attorneys not to deliver any closing arguments if convicted Keatley would get an automatic sentence of life in prison open Ellis county man could get the death penalty for allegedly killing his friend papers filed yesterday show prosecutors will seek the death penalty against Christophe king for a beating last month in Saint Petersburg they killed Scott Jenks king allegedly attacked the forty eight year old outside a bar in north gate center despite Jenks pleading for his life king continued to beat him for over an hour prosecutors believe the murder was racially motivated as king is black and Jennings was white two people are hurt after a hit and run in Pinellas county it happened last night in Clearwater on north Betty lane the victims were taken to the hospital as trauma alerts no word on their conditions and no description of the car has been released Tampa has been awarded the honor of having the worst intersection in Florida and you can probably guess which one the intersection of I two seventy five and I. four in downtown Tampa is the worst in the state according to the American transportation research institute's top truck bottleneck list A. T. R. I. says the average be just thirty nine miles an hour through there which may seem a little fast to locals who call it malfunction junction at peak times that goes down to twenty eight miles an hour and A. T. R. I. says speeds are down almost five percent year to year Gordon bird newsradio WFLA powers coming back on in Tampa's Channelside neighborhood this morning an outage overnight left about a thousand customers in the dark no word yet on the cause last check to go reporting fewer than a hundred fifty customers without electricity drivers could see some big changes to pedestrian crosswalks on some of Florida's busiest roads a new bill getting ready to be passed in the state house would require current flashing yellow lights across walks to be changed to flashing red lights in an effort to get drivers attention state representative Randy fine says it's not instinctive for drivers to stop a yellow lights if you look at our muscle memory and we're programmed to we see a stop sign or a red light a well I have to stop we don't have that same reaction when we see a flashing yellow light crosswalks on roads with more than two lanes or speed limits higher than thirty five miles per hour would be removed governor Disentis is Florida's most popular politician a university of north Florida first coast news Paul has Disentis at sixty five percent approval that's eighteen points higher than president trump sixteen points higher than senator Marco Rubio and twenty one points higher than senator Rick Scott for.
Boeing finds debris in 737 MAX jetliners
"More trouble for Boeing Boeing has discovered what's described as foreign object debris in fuel tanks of several undelivered seven thirty seven MAX planes utterance storage executive mark Jenks tells employees at the debris is absolutely unacceptable and the company tells ABC news that it plans a robust internal investigation plus a corrective action to production the seven thirty seven Max has been grounded since two crashes last year Boeing halted production last month while the company works with regulators on resolving software issues with the model Terry Alden or
"jenks" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Five it is going to be warmer today with a high of seventy two and a ten percent rain chance it's fifty two degrees at newsradio WFLA a deadly beating in Pinellas county could be a hate crime Christophe king was in court for last week's beating and Saint Petersburg that killed forty eight year old Scott Jenks prosecutors say surveillance video from the north gate shopping plaza shows thirty six year old king whose black invoking race during the beating of Jenks was white James can also be heard on the video begging for his life and saying he was sorry but the beating continued for almost ninety minutes an inmate at a Hillsborough County jail is facing additional felony charges of battery on a law enforcement officer after attacking a detention guard share Chad Chronosphere says the inmate thirty eight year old Meckler Gabriel was upset because the guard was not allowing him to take a hairbrush as he was being moved into a section of the orient road jail I hate to say sucker punch but sucker punch the deputy you know just the unprovoked attack deputy Robert hope in a seventeen year veteran of the department as a black guy W. say he is sore but is ready to get back to work a Sarasota manned space in more than three dozen counts of child **** possession forty seven year old Scott Johnson was taken into custody after a cyber tip led to an investigation in search of a multi family residence in Sarasota during their search detectives located dozens of images on Johnson's computer after he admitted he search for child porn on multiple applications police do not think any of the images are of local children Ricco show news radio WFLA today the impeachment trial of president trump continues after another long session on Wednesday house Democrats get up to twenty four hours to make their case against president trump in their opening statement in this impeachment trial lead impeachment manager Adam Schiff urge senators to maintain their focus due to the magnitude of this moment I recognize the only times during the trial that you may long to return to the business of the Senate the American people look forward to the same but not before you decide what kind of democracy that you believe we ought to be Republican congressman mark meadows of North Carolina is a White House ally and he says the house Democrats case is more of the same it was just to repeat and repeat and repeat the same things that he has been saying for a long time on Capitol Hill Mike Emanuel fox news Florida senator.
"jenks" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"In thirty four minutes into the program and at least from a technical standpoint did I just totally Jenks us we've been pretty smooth man yeah during the break yes I did I just check so that like is it like a no hitter you can't talk about it as a kind of like that that I just totally messed everything up there's no radio gods yeah I think so maybe yeah I don't know all right so what would you do if you're joining us were new studio and we're gonna get you used to all the little new bells and whistles and all that now I have a come anywhere near I have the option now of playing drops from Mike your seat which wasn't an option at the old studio there's also I think an accidental option Joe here in the other room and just hijack the shell really yeah we found out they were pretty actor might be out to sabotage us is that right he I'm concerned yeah dot the slip of the couple tasty cakes to keep them on the up and up on this whatever it takes okay all right will make that happen but I I know Vince started getting crazy with touching things so I'm I'm going to avoid that tonight yeah it does enough experimenting okay void the drops the night maybe as as time goes on but all right so I promised that we would we would play this for you coupled top couple things understand going into the sound bite all right number one Jessica Mendoza is part of I don't think it's arguably I mean the the showcase game for Major League Baseball every week is Sunday night baseball and H. Jessica it's Matt Vasgersian and a ride now did that with it I'm trying to remember are they coming back intact this year to the change that up I think they are here all right said changes through the years yeah they have a lot of turnover but all right so I understand that Hey that she's in that role and be she also is a consultant for the New York Mets which a lot of people don't like they feel like this conflict of interest when she does the games and all this other stuff at but regardless so understand that's our role now she appeared on goal can win go on ESPN radio and Michael look as the one asking the question about the whistle blower Mike fires here's what she had to say you have a problem with my fires leaving the Astros going to another team and then going public with us going public yeah I mean I get it if you're if you're with the Oakland a is in your own another team I mean heck yeah you better be town your teammates look Hey heads up if you hear some noises when you're like this what's going on for sure but to go public yeah that it didn't sell so well with me and also you may be sad for the sport that that's how this all got found out I mean this wasn't something that MLB natural investigated or that even other teams complained about because they naturally heard about and then investigations happen but it they came from with in it was a player that was a part of it the benefited from it during the regular season when he was a part of that team and and that when I first heard about it it's just it hits you like any teammate would right it's it's something that you don't do I totally get telling your future teammates help in them when letting people know but to go public with it and call them out and start all of this it's it's hard to swallow snitches get stitches Mike at least the Jessica's world snitches get stitches that's mayor Mike fires that's the you yeah does she understand that most they and and this goes way beyond baseball in the world of sports but most things like this when they're exposed happen because of a whistle blower you can go back to politics you can go back to go far back you don't feel real far back you're exactly right I'm not I'm not gonna get into it but we all know you know we can all site example of this this is how this stuff gets found out I've been referencing it all night you know when when bud Seelig refused even though the guys are like shooting up right in front of them to acknowledge that steroids were happening in his game when that when that SI article came out for Ken Caminiti talking about his abuse of of steroids over the years now other guys would have done it forever and all this other stuff that's when things finally got moving here so you know I think Jessica's in a little bit of a dream world so then somebody got to where I'm guessing the mats in all likelihood or ESPN so they she walked this thing back she put out a she tweeted out the statement which read quote thought it was important clarify my earlier remarks about the sign stealing situation in MLB most importantly I feel strongly that the game of baseball will benefit greatly because the sign stealing matter was uncovered cheating the game is something that needs to be addressed and I'm happy to see that the league is taking appropriate action the point I should have been more clear on was this I believe it's very critical that this news was made public I simply disagree with the matter which that was done I credit Mike fires for stepping forward yet I feel that going directly through your team and or M. 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B. first could have been a better way to surface the information reasonable minds can disagree ultimately what matters is that his observations were made public and the game will be better for it in regards to the Max I want to make it extra clear that my adviser role advisor role will with the team does not shape my opinion in any way shape or form of this matter I feel this way regardless of what teams players are managers are involved now this was prior to it becoming official the Carlos Beltran was gone when she said this very early on Thursday morning you can also view that as even despite what you just said her way of sort of maybe deflecting a little bit away from bell trying to try to keep him in place as the manager either way it's a really bad luck for Jessica Mendoza in a sword to sort of go with the old you know basically does don't ask don't tell don't snitch on your teammates are like I don't like fires is this this super honorable guy but the bottom line is he was the one who got this thing going and there there is gonna be a lot of push back from people and I guarantee you behind the scenes the way men does a feels the way a lot of people feel but it's a bad look for her to come out and say that publicly yeah I thought the and there's the most valid point you made was on my fires I think led the seventeen answers innings pitched commit violent during that season yeah he a benefit for a dead and towards telling of last night you brought up Berliner to how it's gonna take on everything about those yeah it's there but you know in general though it's it's kinda her decision missed the mark no I mean I and and that is that's there in lies a lot of this light like very lander what will kill Manfredo kill Major League Baseball talk about how the book the balls were in a war wound tighter this year that's why even guys who were scrubs are heading thirty home runs and that's all what we got I don't disagree with them but if you're gonna be that outspoken on this kind of stuff in a what what are you doing in your own backyard I mean if you yeah so that's I I but there's a good if you want to pull it Mike at some point I should remind you this before the the show that's my bad there's a there's a great rant by Chris resell okay yeah they'll be network regarding this whole thing any singles out overlander quite a few times so it's pretty good stuff will pull that up before we get to that I do wanna play one more Sam by then we'll get right back to the phones Ken Rosenthal of the athletic of Fox Sports asked Jose Altuve Hey about this whole ripping off the the uniform situation right yeah it'll arm I think it's important point out to Rosenthal's reporter fires still this though yeah you've got to wonder did he do November to do beforehand how much Intel Rosenthal have doing this interview right okay so here was the it word and then if you're not for about what what were refreshed by referencing here we're referring to is there is clear video of al to VA after hits a home run off Chapman right was the Chapman home run get he's about to touch home plate of it you know you know the scene on a game winner always teammates are around and everybody's going crazy yeah that the water jug out there at cetera and he he immediately grabs at his uniform sort of up by his chest and neck area to say eight don't let this thing off me wags his finger white like I don't do it like IRA and you saying what what do you care like who cares you're worried about the uniform the cost of the uniform and then it well what a what you hear from him at first and then we'll react off here this no I'll then I Jake says I did you access we all right Mike it's not polite but where is fine here try to get more time not sure why wasn't your teammates not to tear your Sir why was that my one nine he's got a tee shirt underneath what you can see in the video he's too shy his wife wasn't happy got trouble with her when that happened by that yeah he also somebody also took a video of the series like the scene calms down he merely goes down the the tunnel and throws on that championship the LCS championship he got hurt me doesn't party or celebrate on the field with his teammates the second he sort of gets out of that's Grohman radic wraps with Rosenthal he bolts to the dugout and he's back out there like you saying bowl but he's got his tee shirt on and and you're right and you're saying to yourself now as you start to put all everything together like what's going on there yeah that high pitch my wife like mom okay sure Jose but yeah it's the I'd like I said I don't think were anywhere near done with this I think there's gonna be more more this kind of stuff let's go to CJ and roars for what's going on see Jack going on there how are you brother get myself as well you know may be holding down the fort very well appreciate you give me to the night shift work my pleasure ma'am what what do you do for a living CJ I DO up as the labor I work for a company called southern glacier wind spirit all our whole line all Pennsylvania very cool man good for you all right after you guys up on the weekends up yeah that's a look yeah yeah I what I see might give you a thumbs up I like it.
"jenks" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Jiang's is an award-winning director. He she has directed this fantastic documentary that I consumed last week. I loved it so much. A right away to ask him if he would come on the show to talk talk about it. The show is called dream killer. It's fantastic it is complex and I'm thrilled to tell you I'm here with Anderson. Welcome to the show. Thank you forever McKay. I appreciate it. I tell you that I have loved your podcast. Gangster capitalism was fantastic. However how hard was it for you to get some of these interviews? Because I live down the street from where Rick Zinger lit really also been in your area then That was what I really enjoyed about that. PODCAST was retook. This big affidavit is like one hundred and three page legal document and the F. B. I.. Had recorded all of these phone conversations that Rick Singer. The mastermind of the college admissions scandal had with different parents including Laurie Laughlin and felicity Huffman and they had recorded them and then they had printed out transcripts of these calls. Also in the affidavit so we had actors Sort of re recreate if you will or or act out those conversations. It kind of brought the podcast life and made it almost a little bit of a hybrid which I thought was neat for for the podcast. Form is so great so tell everybody about dream killer. How did you first begin the project because the minute I turn it on I got excited because I feel like I followed in this case for so many years? Oh interesting yet I I was working on another project and A guy named chip Rosenbloom who produces a lot of documentaries Had heard about some of my work and approached me and I quickly got really into the case Because in a lot of ways Ryan who is the guy who went to who went to jail. Who went to prison for murder murder that he didn't commit and was based on someone else's dream He reminded me of of myself in some ways. White Guy About my the age now in his early thirties and originally this is years ago The thought would be that I would actually actually be in the movie as well. Because I'm in a lot of the stuff I make and the more that I got to know Ryan and you see this in the film the more I realized it it was really more about him and then More than anything. His Dad who goes off who just drops everything and goes on this odyssey to to find a way to get his son out of jail. What was the most surprising information that came out of this process for me? The most surprising rising thing was that you can really go to it. It's very easy. It sounds crazy but it's true. It's very easy to get someone to put someone in prison. Even if they're innocent if there's an unsolved murder out there and you and I I say that person did it. That's all that's needed in. In some ways it takes a corrupt prosecutor in this case guy named Kevin having grain to Manipulate just two people and get them to say that someone did it in this case this Guy Ryan and and that's like that's that's a lot of evidence that's two people in that can convince the jury quite easily that You know a person should should spend the rest of the rest of their life behind bars and so that was the most surprising thing to me was just how easy it is for prosecutor to manipulate evidence and also that a prosecutor essentially. I don't WanNa get in the weeds. But essentially can has complete immunity so they can make up evidence. They can fabricate advocate. They can do all sorts of things in very very rarely and they can they get in any trouble. Even if it's been documented that they've done wrong it was so frustrating watched. I also really taken by this incredible relationship ball family members taken with the in fact appearance Divorce still were so connected when it came to this case the love of his sister love of his friends. How did you get emotionally connected to this family to yes I got very emotionally connected You you know by the by the end of it. I was advocating on social media and such for Ryan to be released I I had taken part in petitions and at all sorts of things. And that's where I think in a lot of ways I got really almost too. Close it to The case and That's where and I think. This is true documentaries. And it's true in reality reality TV documentary series where an editor when you talk about like how the how the sausage is made inhibitor. MAKES MAKES MAKES A world of difference in Riyadh and editor named Sam Lee who edited dream killer as she really made it she made it from like a JV film to Varsity Film. I'm a few will she. She she was able to take all this footage and you think about it. We're talking got I don't know how many hours of courtroom footage interview interview footage home video footage of Ryan is dad spending some twenty years and was able to make it into hopefully a cohesive. You know our in forty something. I'd have felt hour and forty one minute or so film and so certainly certainly she was was kind of the game changer. In in terms of making the movie. How easy was it for you to get other footage from other news? Organizations Erin Moriarty obviously covered this case extensively as well. was there a generosity from other news organizations That's a good question I wouldn't say I suppose I I- forty eight hours lead. I mean the one thing I do remember really well is. I wanted to see how the case was covered when it was first. The trial was first happening. and to see how how the media treated Ryan and you know once you put cuffs someone. It's very hard for people to get that image out of their mind and for them to not think that that person is guilty. Perception is slowly changing but I think it's hard and I remember. I went to a lot of local media outlets the local. I WANNA say. NBC ABC affiliate. And just this going to the they. They let me guess they were. It was very nice of them to do that. They let me go to their storage facilities and I would just be there for hours going going through looking going finding the day that Ryan was likely in court going through all of their news segments and trying to find Ryan what I'm talking about Ryan or or reporting on the case and we ended up finding some stuff in We don't have a narrator in the films to relent quite a bit of that do the do the storytelling for us. So I'd say the media was was pretty generous in allowing me to do that Overall and so what is the update on Ryan now because one can only imagine how difficult it would be to get acclimated back to the world with as you mentioned people have this preconceived idea of him because at one point he did wear in costs so the house he doing and was able to find work and it seems like I think he's in a relationship now he'd be being aged yeah So Ryan and I remain really really good friends. He has done a lot of work on behalf of other people. Who are wrongfully wrongfully incarcerated? He wrote a book about the importance of of working out. He also the two of US created is an MTV show. It was only on for season but documented three different people who were like likely wrongfully convicted and called unlocking the truth. And he's he's done well I think he'd be the first to say it's very difficult You know to be behind ars for ten years and lose your twenties. Essentially he lost his entire twenties. And you come out and you're expected to just kind of pick things up where they left. Aw that's not so easy. So he had his ups and downs. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa talk for him but You can certainly follow him on instagram and twitter at life after ten. I think by and large though he's doing well and he's he's done a lot of traveling and sort of trying to make up for lost time and then how is his father. Her Bill. Ferguson is good. I think he's a he's a you know if you see in the movie he It makes me choke up. Just thinking about it he You know he would do anything for his son and it was one of these relationships you know you hear father son relationship and and sometimes you know you hear that and you think okay you know sure they were friends. These two are legitimately like best friends and you saw that in the home video radio footage in the movie That we dug up and and I think you really. There's nothing. You could do worse to Bill Ferguson. Listen I mean taking away his son for that long I can't imagine and retrying captured in the film to some extent so I think he's doing much better And he certainly getting to spend a lot more time with Ryan and and And you know that's that's an incredible thing. It's a spectacular project. I am so grateful for the work that you've done and I know that this will have a tremendous impact on everyone who watches it. I can only imagine that you've got other great things that you're working on. Tell us what you're working on a podcast that I'm working on now called. What really a happened? Which is produced by seven bucks productions which is the rocks company and we followed different mysteries stories both modern and historical and then I also have another podcast called gangster capitalism working on season two now but season one was about about the college admissions scandal? It's so great. And then how can people follow your social media. So I'm on twitter and Instagram at Andrew Jenks. Thanks J. E. N. K. S.. I'm also on facebook and yeah I'm always posting updates on different projects. I'm working on and with long-term in at both sermon long-term will thank you so much appreciate your time of course gave thank you. I want to thank my great this week. Andrew Jackson of course my adorable eight year old son Jack. Please don't Oh forget to leave a five star review on itunes. It really helps show and I really appreciate all your very very kind messages and thank you so much for your support. You should join the facebook group jump in and you can hear about the books that were reading the podcast or listening to the shows that we're watching just put in reality. Life would the Cape Casey in the search button. You can find me on twitter at Casey. I'm tweeting during shows and about shows all week long and of course you can find me on Instagram Ramat at Kiki. CCA where you can see pictures of those of us on the shelf and more wishing you guys a great week and can't wait to catch took issue on Friday.
"jenks" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Said there were like a spider a bird like will they they will they will. They discovered like they. They think it's like a fishing men wore. It could be connected to water lines but there's one that's just been found and a different part of the mountain and making it. Looks like an alien so some people think that maybe it is a message for aliens. Do you believe in aliens. I I don't know yeah me neither okay. One of our other favorite episodes was about Cleopatra's tomb so he went to Egypt to try to see if he could find where Cleopatra's tomb was located now he had to dig into the ground and there were lots of snakes but he did find some pretty cool stuff. Do you think that this is a show for kids of all ages. Who Do you think would love this? The most like no like ten ten. Even though you're eight would you would your six year old sister like the show. Yeah okay so this is really really for all ages. Do you think it matters if you have. Kids will somebody who is not burdened with having children that request lots of games have to go to soccer October and keep you depleted from nutrition and sleep to those people who have real social lives would enjoy a show like this. Yeah you okay and what we think about the host Mr Josh Gates is he funny. Yeah why does he always have to wear Tan close. He always looks like he's the guy in the curious George Books. Why does he have to wear the same outfit everywhere he travels in the world sometimes and maybe that one outfit is like just really not like will he goes to hot places so maybe that the.
"jenks" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Because like own the two last year got stuck in a been got down yesterday and before all we got them down yesterday we. We saw two new elves in his studies room. Don't you think that's a lot for one family to have four different homes. Yeah do you even know what their names are Yeah what so. It's Chippy Still Flake Bell Bell in Jingle Jingle Bell. Yeah and where did you find this morning We found on a shelf in the in the other rooms in the living room. And what do they have around them. they had a rope and they had in they were had candy underhand him. They sound pretty naughty. Yeah okay well. We Love Adventures and we love to watch shows together. So you and I found a great each show at the suggestion of Rene called Expedition Unknown. It's on the discovery channel. So Josh Gates. WHO's an archeologist investigates the truth behind the world's world's most iconic and captivating legends leaving no stone unturned? His adventures take him around the globe as immerses himself. And the core locales linked to each tale sale. His archaeological background and ubiquitous sense of humor generate a new take on age old stories. Do we love the show or what. Yes I love it back. So it's about what a almost fifty minutes per episode. Do you feel like the episodes go. Quick Yeah and you learn so much. So some of our favorite Britt episode of episodes include the one about the NASA lines. Yeah I love that one. So the NASA lines are in Peru in there. Are these mysterious lines in the ground that you can only see if you're really flying over overhead and no one can figure out why they're so intricate you remember some of the shapes. Yeah.
"jenks" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"Welcome back to another episode of Reality Life. Casey hope that you had a great weekend. I'm assuming mean that you are catching up all your shows. Because you're too nice long break and I have to tell you. I get so obsessed with the crown when that show is on I. I can't stop thinking about it. And I was so proud of myself forgetting Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy to become just as obsessed as I am. Jenny texts me and said I can't stop. And that's exactly how I feel about it. So if you love the crown. I've got a great documentary documentary for you. You this is on Netflix. To a new will be obsessed. So if you're watching the crown. You're googling it you're like I can't believe I never knew the story and then and you're caught up in the characters you had no idea about this relative then you have to watch this. Netflix documentary called the Royal House of Windsor. So so non-aligned do they. Trace the royal family from Queen Victoria to Kate Middleton but it gives fans of another series which is the crown of valuable British history. Lesson tracing the House of Windsor. Because I think we can all agree that if let's say you're an American I'm not sure what this is like for other parts of the world but Americans Know Jack Squat about the British minor Martin Monarchy in British history we have a very limited scope of it so the documentary expertly voiced over by Gwilym Lee. It traces the evolution of the Windsor family. Whose name was changed from Saxe? Coburg Gotha to Windsor to make it sound more British and more importantly less German one of the most illuminating stories covered in the crown but covered even more thoroughly in the Royal House of Windsor was the story of the first Duke and Duchess of Windsor said. The king entered the eighth and his wife Wallace Warfield Simpson and American from Baltimore Maryland. Now while the crown showed the negative after effects of the abdication of King Edward the eighty eighth the former Prince of Wales. The Royal House of Windsor Takes the point of view the different point of view of the events. So the Royal House of Windsor alleged is that King Edward. The eighth actually did the British people favor as World War Two could have turned out very differently for the UK. If King Edward the eighth a fascist and German sympathizer had been on the throne instead of his brother King. George the six for this reason. Some of the experts on the Royal House of Windsor believed that the British public should. I'd be grateful to Wallace Simpson because they all hated her. Remember like who's this divorce say. Who by the way doesn't even look like a pretty lady who's clearly like sleeping with other people these two freak shows You know they could have been king and queen but thank God for the abdication because this is would have really happened if they had been head of the monarchy and by the way I kind of agree with them. The Royal House of Windsor also explained that the name Windsor was created during the reign of George. The fifth now but Queen Victoria is thought to be. The mother of the House of Windsor. Part of the series examines. The weddings of the House of Windsor from Queen Victoria Victoria who was said to have had meet a white wedding dress. The color that exists through today for many Western brides to the wedding. Kate Middleton and Prince William the large part of the Royal House of Windsor is about how the name Windsor came into being when it was determined. Not The royal family of Great Britain was to make a conscious move away from Germany as one would expect act. It was obvious that the family name Saxe Coburg Gotha wasn't going to work and so a new name had to be chosen. So several names were bandied about including Tudor Stuart implanted Janette. Like horrible name. Sotoudeh was the best known name. But the link with Henry the eighth and his wives made it a non starter. So Windsor was the name of the beloved. The castle and Gardens and the name Windsor sounded English. In so Windsor eight became so. Let's not even that long ago. So you know it's kind of like a modern story in terms of people coming up with stage name right. They totally changed the family name. And so with all the talk in names last names the names of dynasties in royal families a segment of the Royal House of Windsor Focuses on Prince Phillip. And in my opinion this is the most captivating part of the story so of course. He's the husband of Queen Elizabeth now. He was born Prince. Philip of Greece and Denmark and the house of Schleswig Holstein sonderbergh Luxembourg Prince. Philip's mother was a Battenberg. Battenberg lays which was anglicized mountbatten by Prince Prince. Philip's uncle Louis Mountbatten now in principle Philip started school in the UK. He assumed the name mouthon however when Prince Philip married then princess insys Elizabeth. He assumed that she would take his name and that their children also would be known as mountbatten but he was mistaken because guided by his uncle. Louise Mountbatten Prince Prince Phillip Lead the Royal Family should become the House of Manhattan and that was the argument that Prince. Philip Wanted Queen Elizabeth to make to parliament into the new prime minister but Prince Philip. Complain plane that he was the only man in England whose children don't have their last name. Of course he lost to that. But I love this documentary because it really goes into the history of Prince Philip. His family was a little bit bananas. And so you see these perfect people and that's why the documentary is so great because it kind of picks away at all these characters and you realize he's people have a super messed up family like we all do which is great another very jarring thing. Is that George George the fifth so that's Queen Elizabeth's father other looks enormously like his cousin first cousin Czar Nicholas the second. Of course Nicholas was the last emperor of Russia ruling from November first to eighteen ninety four until his forced abdication March Fifteenth Nineteen. Seventeen if you have seen the other tutors program on Netflix. That story is insane to watch. His reign saw the fall fall of the Russian empire from one of the foremost great powers of the world to an economic and military collapse and with his family. He was imprisoned by the Bolsheviks and executed in July lie. Nine hundred eighteen one of the great stories not a great story not like happy story but a captivating story that this royal family was is executed. So if you look at the side by science it is super freaky super freaky to see. Just how much. They looked alike so again. The House of Windsor. I'm not flex and I'm cut some great news I'm going to be interviewing in executive from true royalty. TV in England who makes makes a ton of documentaries on the royal family. And I'm going to ask him all the burning questions we have about. What's going really going on right now? Between Kate Middleton and Meghan markle because this is essentially British reality TV. It's just upper crust and of course we're all captivated around the world. I mean we all love to watch stuff about the royal family and so I love this so watch that so good now my son and I have also been watching with sisters a really really good show on the discovery channel. I want you guys to check it out. It is called expedition unknown. It's great if you have kids or if you don't if you like everything thing to do with the discovery channel and history check that out that's a really great show now this episode. I'm really excited about. Because they got a chance to talk to Andrew Andrew. Jenks you guys know Andrew is. He has been written about a ton of different places because he's critically acclaimed documentarian. He is a fantastic podcast series series. Actually two of them and this series is about a man who took on the American justice system. After his son Ryan was sentenced to prison for a murder they claimed to not have committed so in the two thousand fifteen documentary. Bill Ferguson took on the judiciary along house alongside powerhouse Kathleen Zellner. You've seen her in a million true crime things. This woman is the most bad ass. Defense attorney that you can imagine she. She represented Steven Avery in court. She is unbelievable so she took on the case and she is really responsible for helping Ryan get out of prison so it looks into the two thousand one murder of a man named Ken Hide Hold. He was found dead in his work car park and had been strangled with his own belt so tier two years after his death the case was still unsolved but police were offered a fresh lead after an anonymous call tip them off to a local man named Charles. Chuck Erickson so after attending a few different Halloween parties on the night of the murder. Chuck was said to have been taking drugs and admit his seventeen year. Old Friend Ryan Ferguson. That was about ten thirty PM. Nobody said he couldn't remember anything else afterwards. So speaking about the crime he said I didn't know if it was memory or if it was a dream I assume that if I'd done it Ryan and I did needed to get more money for drinks. He assumed so he didn't know for sure. But he makes the statement and then incriminate himself alongside Ryan in a police interview which was later picked up by the FBI and this is all shown in the film so on one occasion. Speaking Police Ryan was told his friend information. Information of things that were never released to the Press Ryan was adamant that he had no idea what had happened. Kevin Crane state prosecutor who Lord help his family after the after people. Watch this because this this man really is terrible. He issued a press release saying that chuck had been and charged with murder in the second degree. And that Ryan Ferguson was being charged with the murder in the first degree so two years past and Ryan who is now twenty stood trial. The main evidence was testimony from Chuck Erickson. Who talked of memories that had come to him since speaking to police memories like what and this is also from a drug addict addict so Ryan's Dad's starts his own investigation Afria Sun and but although he presented new leads the judge still refuse to grant a retrial denied his appeal so eventually unsually Kathleen Zellner? This great attorney proves that Ferguson was innocent. Conflicting evidence was pressed presented in the case for example. A pair of bloody shoeprints repairable the cream crime scene seemingly from the attacker because they were leading away from Hyde holds body. And the shoeprints didn't match Ericsson's or Ferguson according to CBS yes and that fingerprints at the scene also implied the president presence of another killer because they didn't belong to either man so Ryan is finally released from prison after ten in years. And then you get to see him reunited with his family but it really kind of presents this this very real issue about the people that are imprisoned when they're innocent and what happens to them after prison. Can they get acclimated back into the real world and finally I think it's a great project because because it really shows the love of a father for a son it's really really sweet to see really.
"jenks" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Actually came in five fifteen three minutes ago. Ninety five on the chemistry text line says pivot to football, please ninety nine days away. House boasts Hammy, and what is this incognito nonsense and Oakland. Dave, you wanna come on, and give me a little Richie incognito breakdown. If you missed this, by the way, yesterday, Oakland Raiders came to terms with Richie incognito who two years ago or last year did not play in the NFL. I can't remember if he was suspended or not. But member here that weird dude he Jonathan Martin ever since. They're bullying back and forth thing have had one of the weirdest like runs of their career Martin and a plan for the Niners for a minute. Then he had that thing where he was like, making threats to people on social media. Richie incognito, like went to a funeral home and made threats to some guy. At the at the funeral home like with. I don't know if you had a weapon with them, but Richie incognito, the newest member of your Oakland Raiders, Dave Jenks takes von. Burbot off the headline dude volunteers Burr. I mean I saw John Lund tweet this out yesterday. And he's absolutely right. If the raiders already weren't the perfect pick for hard knocks signing Richie incognito, like nails. The are hammers in that nail where you've got Richie incognito. You've got an Tonio Brown. You get Jon Gruden. You've got Mike Mayock. You've got volunteers perfect as you just mentioned. You've got a bevy of guys will be interesting and fun characters to watch on hard nuts. Yeah. These bones that come on, before they had a pretty good point, when they say, what would you call them soup bones soup bones that what's that insult just it also something that sits in a book at a soup? You never really can't, you might say the point that it's like what is the Chucky trying to just like revived the old raiders mystique? You know, it's like the. Davis guy, man. I mean he wouldn't surprise me if that was his philosophy. Also, John grew. We all love Jon Gruden on television, right? I mean, we were all down with his his money. Nobody's been is good on Monday night football since Gruden got out of the left the booth to be the head coach of the raiders. Like when you hear a guy like that breakout football here. First of all, you never heard him say he didn't like a guy. So does it shock you that he boy, this Richie incognito guy? I love the way he puts his hands on the football. That way I it's not a good group. I just find her through. So there there's little ninety nine days outright, or talk for the for the nine to five. Now, you're, you're, you're swimming in this giant stuff the way, all of us are get us to tomorrow. We get to tomorrow. We get warrior basketball up in Toronto. We had somebody else on the text line four, one five says, I predict one more game. For Kevin Durant, and a warrior uniform. They're saying they think you'll only get in one more really depends on how many games this series go. I think you're looking at a split in Toronto. I think the consensus consensus what I'm here to let it experts say, sort of funny, that, that there's not really a shock way to make a pick and a series. It's the finals. It's the final two teams. Clearly, they're the two best teams in the NBA this season or out of the east and out of the west, but people are making their picks and I think the most popular pick is the warriors and six if it goes seven, Doc Rivers talked about this yesterday, and we'll get to some of that sound a little later in the show, Doc Rivers had mentioned. He thinks if it goes seven that the raptors of a damn good shot of winning the way that crowd was was rocket in the way they were pouring into the streets like the videos from the fiftieth floor hotel buildings and it was insane. The way it was like they'd won the NBA finals clinching the Eastern Conference, ninety five on the text line. Let's says, let's hope incognito doesn't doesn't go down for some sort of murder rap. I, I mean, the guys from from what? From the outside looking in the media wrap on that guy is just that he's not. Great to. I mean I don't know. Well all the view of all of his teammates like shady McCoy. They love him. They love him. But as a human being he's, you know is enough of lineman. What do you expect? He's at three hundred pound guy beats people up for a living. You know, he's probably not going to be a nice guy. Seven. I like incognito through wants his toe. Forget about incognito taking a bat to his own Ferrari. Now that dude, you're, you're a little out of whack. If you're taking a bat to your own for our ear. You got some screws loose. Oh, yeah. He's got more screws loose than a hardware store. He's I mean, I don't know what I don't know if you'll make the whole season. I don't know. I mean he may just implode. Richie incognito. Yeah. Yeah. And there's nothing cognitive about nothing in tug about Richie back to the San Francisco Giants last night. They lose their sixth straight game eleven to three and, and the thing that hammer on here is that the strengths of the giants at the start of the season. The bullpen have quickly become the weakness or one of the major weaknesses of this team. The bullpen has has been shredded, because the starting rotate the starting pitching is not holding up their end of the deal I was slamming some Arza. I was slamming, Derek Holland. I had a texter hit me and say, seventy seven Cisco if you said the exact same thing last year about some margin, Holland and last year, they were inning eaters, I told you last year, these guys were trash. They aren't good pitchers. I poach talked about this after the game saying it's about execution. It's about it's not about the pitch selection. It's about the location to me, this is just plain about talent. And the giants don't have it. I just was talking to Murph in the hallway and Murph said there, a top five payroll. And I just I, I don't know what to say about that, man. I mean, I'm not sure it's. To me, it's sort of like attendance. Can you look at attendance and say, well that doesn't mean anything to with the A's right now are playing great baseball rough one last night. But they won ten straight games yesterday and nobody's going out to watch the age of the Coliseum. If your in a crappy ballpark if you're in a bad area for the game it doesn't really totally matter to the postseason. How will your team is playing ball until the as played six hundred ball for like four months last year and nobody gave a damn right? Then they play one playoff game. And it's over and you never get a home playoff game. So like, as far as the payroll goes, you can be a low payroll team and be phenomenal. Look at the Houston Astros who've decided, because they built from within that they could go spend money. Elsewhere I don't know that we're totally getting past that era of baseball where you pay for what they did in the past, but the fact that guys are now thirty years old twenty eight twenty nine thirty thirty one thirty two not getting big contracts. Something to be said about the way the mindset of baseball is being is being thought about where if you're not going to have a salary cap. Or, or only going to make teams pay a luxury tax than I don't think these teams are necessarily going to pay these guys the Josh Hamilton five year hundred and twenty five million dollar contracts for a thirty year old is on the back end of his career and to gone to go onto that point, look how many guys have been like Josh Hamilton signed that big deal and just haven't panned out. So owners naked say we're not gonna do it players could say collusion, but it's like no, no. Million dollars. We don't want to blow on a guy that's not gonna play more than a year. Exactly. Six five on the cache creek text line says isn't the rumor that, that Bruce, Bruce Bochy is going back to San Diego. MIB reminded me that berry bloom had wrote for Forbes wrote a piece about that, that the rumor is that he could return to San Diego Carrie Crowley, sat with Martin and at the public house, two weekends ago and said. Don't write that off. If that's the this is the end for Bruce bocce. And I'll tell you what that if anything might be the ultimate kick in the groin in two years if when the giants are still in the midst of a rebuild, and believe you me in two years, they will still be in the midst of a rebuild, if and when they are in two years if Bruce, Bochy takes a year off in the padras call because I don't believe he's going to manage next year. I think Butch will take your away. I think it's probably best for him. I think it's probably best for his family to say, hey, I need a break. I need a rest, any to decompress after however many years, it's been thirteen years, or whatever thirteen seasons in a giant uniform, but I could see the Padres making that move. And this was carry Crowley's point that they could do the Golden State Warriors, Steve Kerr thing and say, hey, Mark Jackson got us to a certain point. And now we're going to make a move where we need to get a guy here who can press all the right buttons to get us a World Series championship or to manage us through the grind of a season with a young team who's capable of winning but just needs the right guidance. Andy green has not been there before Bruce Bochy. I love figure has, and I could see them doing that for a season or two or three and saying, hey Bruce manages team potential playoff team. There'd be the only reason for him to come back. He's not in it for a repeal, he's in it to maybe try to go manage another World Series or win himself a championship. And what better organization for him to do it with the new organization? He played his ball with San Diego Padres. So let's get to some Bruce, bocce sound just briefly from yesterday. He had this note. This is a an Andy Bagley note Marlins hit three home runs last night. I'll follow hit a three run shot off Nick Vincent in the fifth Derrick Cooper, hit a two run shot off, Derek, Colin the six and then Rosell, Harare, hit a solo shot off San Coon. Rodney eighth inning. Every one of those home runs came on a one to count or an to count. Giants are getting guys deepen like in the whole in their bats. And they're not finishing me a bat, bocce says or just making too many mistakes are execution with two strikes. I.
What Airline Passengers Need to Know After the Boeing 737 Max 8 Crash
"Aviation accidents are almost always complicated, and it can take months or usually longer to figure out what actually happened. And why? So while we wait for the specifics of Ethiopian flight three oh to to become more clear. There are some very real concerns being raised by would be travelers and airlines about the aircraft involve as you know, it's the newest Boeing plane the seven thirty-seven max eight the same model that crashed in Indonesia late last year, south west an American or among the US carriers that fly at marketplace marrow. Sagarra looks at what this crash might mean for them when Stephanie Johnny heard about the thean airlines crash. She thought about her daughter Juliet who's about to fly to Thailand, I sent her Texas morning thing. Juliette? If you're a need to find out what kind of plane, you're flying to Beijing. And then Thailand because if it's a seven thirty seven max. Changing your fight by Yanni is fifty three and lives in DC. She owns an active wear company and travels a lot for work. Now. One more thing to do check. What kind of a plan you're on? It's not clear yet why the airlines flight crashed on Sunday. Or if there is any problem with the Boeing seven thirty-seven, max eight and regulators like the FAA will be looking into this Daniele Quincy Chiku is an aviation professor at the university of North Dakota. We jump at this point, we hugest wheat, whatever instigate this to come up with the commend issues. B's don't sucks. The US airlines that fly the plane southwest in American say they stand behind the safety of their fleets including the seven thirty seven max eight, but travelers are getting nervous. American Airlines says it won't be waiving. It's changed fees for customers who refuse to fly on the jet southwest wouldn't disclose its policy Richard Obolov via an aviator. Analyst at the teal group says any cancellations probably won't have a huge affect on the airlines there are only three hundred fifty of these planes in the world. American Airlines has twenty four south west has thirty four. Ruin away small number. So they're not gonna lose business. I mean, just because of the relatively small number fight service by these jets Stephanie body, I need by the way was relieved to hear that her daughter will not be flying to Thailand on the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight I'm maryelle Sagarra for marketplace. One of the reasons the crash of flight three, oh two has led to so much international concern about the max aid is that if the opium airlines isn't some small budget airline. It's big it's well respected into an international carrier with a history that goes back to the end of the second World War as marketplace. Ben Bradford reports it is also arguably the most significant company in the horn of Africa, both economically and culturally in the US. The president doesn't typically show up for an airport opening a new terminal, but that's what happened in Ethiopia in January. People celebrated as prime minister, a b m cut the ribbon on the new international terminal at the bully airport in the country's capital Addison baba expanding Ethiopian Airlines hub to about the size of Dole's airport outside Washington DC. Is ABI linked. The airport's expansion without of Ethiopia's economy praising it saying the country still has far to go. If yoga was sub Saharan Africa's fastest growing economy last year. It's trying to drive that growth through state investment, and the airline is its crown jewel analyst Craig Jenks lichens Ethiopian incised to Canada's westjet, it is widely regarded as a well run a well-managed well operated company, the company's passenger count has quadrupled over the past decade is over a hundred international routes and its revenue is a quivalent almost five percent of Ethiopia's entire GDP. Economist Dubna lemme at the university of Massachusetts says via Skype that it's not just the country's economy. But it's national pride that's tied up in the airline. It's something happened. Something like, this is not considered just us. Some accidents happen on some company. It's considered as the symbol of the country. After yesterday's crash Ethiopia's parliament immediately declared a national day of mourning.
"jenks" Discussed on The Playbook
"Dave Meltzer here. And on this episode of the podcast. I sat down with one of the most interesting people Andrew Jenks, not a household name. But you may know him because he's an award winning documentarian as well as as a top podcast called what really happened, but what Andrew shared with me is how to someone just start with a camera and end up to be a notable producer director in his own space. What Andrew really advises on is how to find the truth through media, something most people have no idea. How to do? We're not talking fake news here. We're talking Andrew Jenks here on the playbook. This is entrepreneurs the playbook each week. I bring you some of the greatest athletes celebrities and entrepreneurs to talk about their personal and professional playbook to success and what made them champions on the field. And in the boardroom. I'm your host and CEO of sports one marketing, David Meltzer. This day. Mazar CO sports marketing here with entrepreneur the playbook, and I have a special guest, Andrew Jenks. Welcome to the place for having love having people outside of the sports industry. But yet letting entrepreneurs no there's so many different ways. If you're a sports fan, which you are absolutely to get involved if you sports movies, that's right to get involved with what you love. And I think too many people have a very narrow vision of, hey, I want to be the general manager of the keys and funny thing is if you have that narrow vision most people don't have the sacrifice that it takes to do it. Right. They think Cashman just kind of walked into that job. You know, I'm going to start there, you're hardworking guy. And I think you've taken pride in being a mule like person that you can out work people. How do you do Kwait actually get that? How did you know that I'm an empathetic channel things? But I think it's important because there's a intuitive. Contradiction between working hard was I see you doing. But also allowing things to happen. Can you reconcile those things? Oh, man. That's a good question. That's going to be the first question I've ever heard. Yeah. I think if there's one consistency in the projects that I've worked on. It would definitely be not just time spent on the projects, but I'd like to think time well spent so for my first movie, which is ninety minutes refill MD over two hundred hours second movie about ninety minutes. It was over ten thousand hours TV show, which was thirty minutes with commercial breaks. It's only twenty four minutes reshot over one hundred hours per episode. So. In those scenarios? It's really putting in the time. And then it's also kind of I don't know how you describe it. But maybe like a very stubborn patience to let the story on Ravel. You know, there's a little bit cliche. But there's a saying that a buddy of mine uses which is if your project is the same at the end as you thought it would be in the beginning. That means you weren't listening in between. And I've always found that to be the case like if you're not really paying attention and leaning into the stories and the characters you're finding you're going to end up missing a lot of the best stuff though. That's so important even in business. I tell people he'll ask what's your best piece of advice. I said stay in business because I don't know one business, and I see a lot of business plans. I got a TV show. That's elevator pitch. I dunno one business successful business today that started out with the successor today. So if you Google search. From his Asian tool. Yahu was an index even Amazon was a book selling right at the same thing. Right. So you have to look for the miracles or the lessons that occur in. I think a microcosm your art. And your job is a great reflection of that. And that stubborn patients I want to touch on. You started off if I'm not incorrect like you're filming grass or something. Is that true? Can do your homework. You gotta you gotta give interesting interesting guy. So you know, when I was a kid re traveled around a lot and my dad was in the UN. And so we were Nepal and Belgium, and my best friend kind of became. I don't know if this sounds pathetic. But kind of became a big bulky VHS camera, and I would go everywhere pretending I was CNN correspondent. And so I was working on this book, and I was looking back at all old home video footage, and I saw an hour of just Gretz. And I was in the background pretending to be James Earl Jones who had the CNN like this is CNN. And I was I guess I was so bored. That I was filming the grass and telling the story of what was going on. So it was like now the wind is picking up. So you can see the grass at a forty five degree angle. And so that was in like elementary middle school, then high school, I did a public access show called internal injustice, which didn't have any meeting. But I liked the alliteration. I thought it sounded good and public access in New York is channel six so as between FOX five ABC seven Friday nights at eight o'clock. And I remember the prettiest girl in school in highschool came up to me and said, oh my God. You know, what are you doing here? And I said, what do you mean? And she goes you the public access show. And she goes, why are you in our high school? And I said, Sarah, I've been going to school with you for five years. Because I was I was this height with this voice about quite a bit heavier in highschool. So it wasn't exactly the Mr. popular. But but yes, so I've been filming filming for a long time. Now. Yeah. One of the other interesting things apparel between you, and is that for whatever reason, I've always been able to do tracked opportunities and people, and I try and in the success of my life of always attracted the right opportunities. The right people. And when I thought I had everything, and I wasn't happy. I tracked it the wrong people in the wrong opportunities. And I try to take a spiritual control of that. What I know. There's the thing saying do what you do extremely well, there is a belief in an energy, what belief or energy? Do you think that you carry because this is what I think business people aren't really wanna know how you allowing or attracting all these the people that you're around, you know, the design of Bobby V, but ESPN came to you at a very young age. Right. See wanted to represent you you obviously so many great characters around right now. I think the rock is a producer of your podcast. Right. I mean, these aren't accidents. They're not they're coincidences. Meaning they're coinciding with your beliefs in your energy. You know, what what are those beliefs or the energy you carry that? You think attracts the world's best? I have only easy questions for you. Man. I thought therapy at three. The playbook. Yeah. You know, when I was nineteen trumped out of NYU and moved into a nursing home. And my grandfather was for the first time really showing signs of dementia. And I thought that nineteen years old in a college dormitory, I saw some parallels. Like he was in a nursing home surrounded by three hundred strangers. And I was in a dormitory surrounded by three hundred strangers. We just happened to be at different points in life and everybody was on drugs at both. It was on shit. That's good. Yeah. That's for sure. I think about you. But I just figured. Yeah. And so I thought it'd be interesting to spend a summer living in a nursing home, and I wasn't able to get into his because of hippo violations wasn't able to get into twenty thirty different nursing homes finally found one in Florida that would let me go there. Go there for free film, everything. And my biggest takeaway was there was one woman named Tammy who was ninety six years old. She couldn't really see that. Well, here that well walked she was in a wheelchair. But her mind was totally intact. And she would go around once and dinner dinner's at like, four o'clock, that's eight. Yeah. And she would you know, it could get pretty gloomy there. And she would go from table to table. She'd be wheeled around by Libby who was her best friend, and she would tell sex jokes. And so even if it was for a moment or minute people would start cracking up. And so she used her mind to help other people. There was another guy named Bill who was eighty one years. Eighty two years old. He had been in the marines extremely strong physically able to do a lot. But was losing his mind. And what he the one thing. He did remember of all things he couldn't remember your name. Can remember so much one thing he could remember was that across the street from the nursing home as a dollar store and so every day at one o'clock, we would escape the facility and walked to the dollar store and with five dollars he'd by four or five pieces of candy comeback and say Tammy, I know you like skittles Libya now you like this John you like this. And so he. Mentally couldn't remember a lot. But whatever he did have he would give to other people and that was by far my biggest takeaway, not just in the movie itself. But personally, and I and I hadn't really thought of that for years. So maybe a few years ago. I'd been thinking about it. And I think that. Got to me in a way, where I thought like if there's anything these people have learned in life and really take in some sort of value in. It's it's trying to do something for someone else. And in a way, they're also doing it. You're also doing it for yourself. You're giving yourself some sort of value. So it's not a totally selfless Ernest thing. But it also isn't a lot of ways. And I think that is who I looked for in the people that I film and follow or people that I'm rooting for people that I've I come to to really love, even if there are people that are very different than me. I've I filmed people who I disagree with a lot of fundamental issues. But still. In very much entrenched with their intentions as it's interesting. I I a big appreciation guy and originally when I went down the path of being living in a state of appreciation. I only thought about the gratitude side of things, and when I watch your stuff and listen to your podcast there is a tremendous amount of gratitude that is involved in the energy what you do. But there's also the other side of appreciation that I see when I watch stuff, and it's adding value. So what I see is, you know, the lens picks up. What you see? But it's interesting because you have hundreds of hours at our narrow down it comes through you. And you're adding value to what you've seen. And I think it's a great analogy to light that you've taken this perspective of adding value. And that's the takeaway that you got from living in an old age home and seeing how other people are adding value despite their. Disabilities in your podcast talks about, you know, taking people that have shortages Voisin obstacles and focusing it on the blessings that they do have. What what lesson or have? You learned the most from the podcast because you have such extrordinary people on there that have disadvantages. But yet they have tremendous blessings in power give give me one example, some of that touched you because there's so many, that's touched me. You
"jenks" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage way to get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com. Slash unfiltered rate shield approval, only valid on certain thirty purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans, data in comparison to public data records equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states and l s consumer access, dot org. Number three, zero three zero. This is Wayne Johnson, and I'm excited to let you know that seven bucks productions and cadence. Thirteen are back with a brand new season of America's favorite podcast. What really happened with Andrew Jenks now, is it America's favorite? Well, not too sure, but I know it's my favorite, and that's what's important following the huge success and the incredible feedback from season one season two is going to bring you all new episodes with sixteen compelling topics where my buddy Andrew Jenks examines famous figures and historical events while discovering untold stories and amazing new narratives. Now vailable on apple podcasts and wherever you listen, it's time to ask yourself. Once again, what really happened. How is I have a question really quick? Sure. Who's having fun. I'm not having fun. Jimmy say, couldn't answer that, honestly. All right. But honestly, if you honest and not having fun. Hold on. Hold on now. I'm having fun. Shit yourself. Al, Joe. You said something to me. Interesting. What did you say to me off air just now another wildcard fact they're in this fight Conor and could be what's that is that Michael Johnson also for that forty five up before before the forty five? Well, according to Chris, you know, that was you're asking about the Alvarez? Yeah. Can I ask all Michael denies about Michael Johnson fight at one forty, five. I didn't ask that. All right. Only trust Chris to produce so, but yeah, so, but he's forty five recently he went just went because he's he's right. I'm pretty much saying he is a smaller guy also. Wandel him. I understand. I like your point a lot better than.
"jenks" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Code before the phone number to make even. Local calls folks in nearby eight five six can still dial just seven digits. When calling within their own area code but must also add the extra three digits when dialing. A six oh nine number Dino flam me. On New Jersey one zero one point. Five news is there more to the story about alleged racism at jenkinson's a, man who says he witnessed the incident claims yes He says the group. Of, girls were being unruly running around and screaming when they were asked to leave a shop and it had nothing to do with race chaperone, Tia, Barrett took video of the incident there was no explicit racial language used by, the clerk that we could hear in that video but she did. Refer, to. The group. As you guys and Barrett says that made it, racial in. Her mind Jenks has suspended the clerk and issued a statement saying they have zero tolerance for discrimination of any? Kind A resurfacing. Project starting this week, onto ninety, five in Burlington and Mercer county is uses something called high performance thin overlay spokesman for the DOT. Claims state DOT spokeswoman Judy Drucker says approximately forty eight years if the surface is still in good condition then we can put on top the high performance in overly and, Drucker, says this two part process. Extends the roadways useful life high performance overlay is part of the pavement preservation process new paving. Resists wear and skids and also makes for a quieter ride Joe cutter New Jersey one zero one point five. News the public's right to see what police are up to has taken a huge blow in New Jersey A, divided state supreme court. Has ruled polish police dash Cam video is, not available under the state public records law this case stemmed from an open public advocates request for a video of an arrest. Made in Barna get it further money's New Jersey's convoluted, open records law and you can, take a look at some of the. Stories we've, been able. To tell. You about, as a, result of obtaining this type of video we've posted that at nj one zero one five dot com The Justice department in Washington, is sending, to prosecutors, at, a supervisor to work in conjunction with federal prosecutors in Newark and Philadelphia tackling fraud and abuse in the Medicare system assistant US attorney Brian bench Caskey says the strikeforce concept is being brought to New Jersey and part to tackle Medicare waste fraud and. Abuse in, the state home to. Many healthcare, companies and, second and perhaps more importantly to address the epidemic. Of prescription drug overdoses and opium involved apps ravaging. Communities across our country including here in New Jersey US attorney. Craig carpet though says the current staff of eighteen lawyers working on healthcare investigations in New Jersey will increase by prosecutors and a supervisor from Washington data. Analytics team in DC will also examine prescribing and billing data. To identify, potential fraud and abuse at the state house Michael Simon's New Jersey one zero one point five news Atlantic. County officials are, not, happy with the, communications they've had with New Jersey transit over the year long suspension of the AC rail line free holders are demanding somebody come down to talk to. Them about it and JT announced the rail, line would stop Running September fifth to install a new safety system or not start running again until sometime next year Bob Dylan is coming to Atlantic City the latest big actively book in the new hard rock the rock and Roll Hall of Famer announcing he'd be. Making the, jersey stop on his. Latest tour, November seventeenth, Taty Jersey's first news five twelve we're going to. See more rain today but what about flooding.
"jenks" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Thank you so much for hanging out with me this evening coming up right now as our can't be our replay, earlier, this, afternoon on with John and Tom great Matt Millen hopped onto talk about the raiders the NFL coming up in two thousand eighteen. That Jenks raiders sixteen ten over the. Weekend they beat, the lions over the Coliseum, Jon Gruden returns and it was very cool raucous. And Matt Millen was in the TV booth so let's talk to. Him courtesy of Duma guessing what's, going on Well hey. I thought I could get some grass cut but port on me I hate when that, happens I hate when that happened, I would say I hate. When, that happens but, I don't, want, my yard so I, don't. Really care oh what a life simple pleasures, man I love cut. Me Greg I like five. Acres back, here to cut so we'll see it it's. Fun, on, the more I mean I used to get, on the more funding You gotta, walk it man when I was like six My grandpa had a farm in Alabama's is funny man they put me on the put me on the John Deere mower there's little riding. Mower crank the wheel all the way to the. Right and I think. It was actually younger than. Six I was like four they. Put me on there so I just went. And circles that's all I did is going in circles I guess there on the porch talking and I'd figured out. A. Way to straighten that straight in the wheel out nice. So, they're listening and they didn't hear the mower anymore. Now I guess I was going down the cornfield somewhere I thought that was the coolest thing ever believable. Cliff. No worries I'm good up sorry my wife just allowed. Me, to turn the wheel just three weeks ago so So, tell us early impressions gruden's return. The raiders get to win what stood out. At you know Friday night a couple of things you know. For their first of all, the first, thing was there sloppy.
"jenks" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness
"We've teamed with documentary in andrew jenks whose very very skilled and a great storyteller and very smart and creative along with mega matt and the folks at cadence thirteen informed a super group of sorts and come out with this podcast which you know i know i know the world was was just screaming for another wrestling podcast out a way so this podcast what really happened um you know basically it's not a conspiracy theory podcast basically takes historical events or figures famous events and basically takes narratives that people think they know the story about and reexamined set incompletely does a deep dive into it to explore what actually happened thing so for instance like the first episode by muhammad ali muhammad ali allegedly talked a man off of a ledge from committing suicide in 1980 one walter cronkite reported on the news pretty straightforward story but then the more andrew jenks did a deep dive into it there were some some things that didn't quite make sense so the guy who is claiming to jump claim to be a vietnam vet he was actually way too young to be a vietnam that the actual saving of the guy occurred the broke into the news cycle the same day president reagan was getting inaugurated as president reagan being an outspoken critic of ali you know there was a bigger bigger kind of question in terms of ali wasn't being able to get his boxing license because he wasn't deemed lucid naval to actually think clearly it.
"jenks" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
"Job with it and when they asked me to jump on board the already had to me oh hurt attached and that kind of went back and forth a little bit like maybe he's not and then but then he ended up being back in and doing it and i which was important to me because i he he plays apartment could easily have sort of elapsed in two who being you know yeah like gone to i jenks to sit com me to you know but he's awesome this not that there's anything wrong with a good networks it going it was a big many people's mortgage is for many years yes the well yeah i mean it was awesome this thing just just spot on all the way through and you've been a fan i read the research that you like me saw and maybe first out for done yeah yeah such a range you know for for young the young you know for younger yeah you have to get to really it's and show million is coming out of two eleven theaters this week we say select theaters select very select plainly the best theaters well that's not going to yeah word where we're waiting on further word about the batman i do love that they're calling it the batman by the way because you know i call it the who the netflix you do like you definite article tied to look much depth in their article that man it's something that every old you love to say that the scene a bad man pitcher that they really should go as the batman picture oh you and info to the bench no i don't really i'm kind i'm not i can't like everything yeah i'm not big on the comical that movies sorry we have okay with the guarding first birdies of the galaxy were okay like first iron man.
"jenks" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Ben toward says as a kid she wasn't in control she started drinking and doing drugs as a pre team that exploded into a full blown addiction when she of monster career from the la rock seen in the nineties when i got with atlantic records my first record with them didn't do anything so there was no pressure but with the second records going from a separate there was pressure she hangs she's so cool she guy name see jenks so not only i was getting tall i guess one of the songs away some was doing like super good in and we were doing lots of music videos in all these things and so that really triggered me and that's when that you the things that i kept kind of in control like what like they say up functioning alcohol like a functioning at act and then all the some i couldn't functioning more it was daily drug taking daily drinking and starting to the point where i was just skin in bounds and my hair was falling out right this is back in nineteen ninety nine yes it's screamer for my sobre which was my second record with it out a little hit song la song but it was a massive like back to black was for a new announced and i think that if it had been they would not have drop me and they would have not taking off the route they were part of the reason why i survived it i guess what i'm trying to understand is for those of us who here the stories one of the things that's hard to understand is how like managers in people around you kind of keep going you know what i mean like how somebody could kind of get into like repeated situations and no one says hey put stop it so powerful what you just that i i mean it's so you're the first person in interviews that it ever so that to me and it's so the heart of that because when people around you your family the people in the business people who do care about you in love you even they can be in total denial.