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"joe beth" Discussed on Daily Sales Tips
"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast and i'm your host scott ingram. Today's tip comes from joe. Beth hanoch joe. Beth has been in sales for almost six years after moving from being a top personal trainer to now atop sas seller she's most recently moved into an enterprise beatty our role sewing dispute management software. Here she is everyone. I'm going to be talking about the importance of learning about yourself so for me. I've learned so much about myself throughout my career. And what i need to be successful and that makes it so much easier to be able to ask for what i need especially when starting a new role so i'm very process driven and that means that either need to follow an established process over. I need to create a new one. I am not someone who can just wing it and you know that's not good or bad. It's just. It's just how i'm wired. That's totally fine. And you know whenever. I learn about myself that i need a process. I was able to replicate success. So i started my career at a company that they had a very established process. They had great training. And so i was able to come in and i had some really quick success and i was consistently a top wrap the entire time that i was there eventually. I moved on to another company. And you know i loved working there. They did have a younger sales organization and so they just didn't really have their process kneel down yet which worked for them. They had some really talented sales people working for them. That did extremely well. But for me i came in. I had a really rough start. Because i was pretty much trying to do whatever everyone else was doing in hoping that i would have the same results so what i ended up doing was i had a meeting with my manager and we sat down and we talked about like what i needed these successful so we thought about so. I thought about a time. When i was successful in then i thought about what made me successful in that situation. What caused difficulties. What helped me overcome difficulties. And you know it's it's funny like the same month like i made that change. At the beginning of the month and see month i went from being superstars from my job to being top rap and i was able to do the rest of my time there so you know another example. I wanted to give scott. You're gonna love this scott. Asked him to do this. Podcast a two three weeks ago. She talked about it. But i got super anxious. Because i am a procrastinator. And you know it's just. It's just how i am. I pretty much got through college by setting a little mini due dates for myself on big projects. So you know. If i agree to do something and there's not a deadline than i just get super anxious that i'm not doing it and i feel incredibly guilty even though there is like i don't know so what i have learned that i really need to do is whenever i agreed to do something is i need to be like great. Would love to deduct where you. I will have it done by monday just giving myself a deadline crate. Some really clear expectations for myself in a very similar with you know how creating processes for sales new really helps with my anxiety and having clear way to go about things in being able to learn these things about myself really helps me to be able to communicate it to others to improve my business relationships in addition to of course my sales success so literally love talking about all this. I'd love to hear from you about how you've learned about yourself. Because maybe i can learn about myself through you so thank you so much. I hope you have a good one today. Joe beth will be with us at the sales success summit where we'll all be learning more about ourselves and as always we'll have a link for you to connect.
"joe beth" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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Unless i unless the mclovin mclovin so That's how that happened. Any i miss ya. How are you. I'm good i'm good. You got you got a lot of nba players in this movie. Unbelievable yes. I just shot. Yesterday did a scene. Doc rivers and And i and a bunch of the sixers were there tobias but jeez So curry Tyree maxi. it's all nice goal. Nice guys and and Today i'm going to play. I'm i'm going to do like the scene where there's a pick up game. It's all all these all these. An one guys are coming to play not not nba guys but a bunch of one guys come into the park to play. It's it's been unbelievable. Unfortunately daddy the worst timing ever. My foot hurts. Every time i go to court i go. I can't play and all these guys playing. I can't even shoot. You gotta stop. You picked up golf recently. So just i did. You can play golf the rest of your life like this monitor retires a basketball player after this movie i i think i did. I think my foot did my foot told me. I can't do it anymore. But i but i. It's the only time i sweat. Oh yeah that's right. That is your only exercise. You know what i mean. Yeah and and and holding myself up and in the bedroom but that that that's only like a forty second way you're not even a minute man. No no no. Every time somebody says the the minute man on my has he. How do you come up with the idea that you're going to do a movie about a basketball scout for the sixers down on his luck finds this great player and is going to bring him back to the nba somehow reclaim his career life. By the way you're in the movie too and so it's sorta dannettes at besides in the club and you're playing yourself but but i. This was just total luck. Those guys brought it. They brought me. It was written originally. But i find Player in china And somehow net. Netflix is not in china so they were like. What would you guys. Please make it that we find somebody or your thing you know. I'm in my order. Wait that's how that happened. Yeah yes yes. It was originally a find a player in china and by the way. Know what. I saw the picture where you're at the beach. And you got your your shirt off and you're getting in the water there scott. Yeah know and i'm looking. I'm flipping through and it's like Adam sandler taking a dip. And i'm going. What a humiliating. Yeah nothing nothing grocer. Because by the way not only was i- swimming they're thinking. I was happy over once in my life going. Let me jump in the mediterranean. But then on top of that joe beth. He was swimming and he can't swim and i seriously was watching him. I was like is he about to die out. That's what they got a picture of standing there with his shirt off going my friends about the diet. This is a mate. You need to get a body double by the way. I saw one of the pictures ours. I it could've been a lot. Nothing good about it. But there's nothing atrocious. About what is lebron. James doing with the movie is he. Co-producing this yeah. It's his company. Him and maverick. They big movie company now and they. Those guys called me with the script than joe roff and And they all. It was a great cool script scout. I get to play kind of a guy's been in the league long time getting pushed around and not not really getting any traction But but loves it. He wants to coach one day and robert duvall owns the team And i've been scouting for years and do val finally says You know what we're gonna make your assistant coach this year and he and he passes away and his son Ben foster's playing takes over the team then doesn't like me so he gets me back on the road so i'm on the road. I'm mike i find that one guy like luca dirk or somebody like that jabber. The you can't deny that. I've done for the team. And they'll give me a shot and i find Juancho fernan gomez who the greatest. I can't tell you that. He acts so much better than me. And every goddamn this guy falling crying in the middle of doing the right thing just every joke. He said he.
"joe beth" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Being killed. Because that's what i'm getting from these cars that looks like right through the roof jammed. So then he flees caracas to to not be charged. Yeh martin short with the russian mafia killed the grandmother last week short. Open the fucking freezer and grandma known as hey inside it dude. Because like you know we cut to caracas. And you know. It's on the beach and like tim allen gives him a cell phone and he eat. It gets a call to phone a satphone satellite. To be set he picks up. The phone is like oh hey dad. How's it going look behind you and there is Tim out and he's in a fucking seersucker suit. What are we doing. yeah. I am pleased. Shorts and a tee shirt at this point he winds up go. I wish lily. Sobieski is here is like well you know what junior look over there and the whole fucking short has family there. That's weird and also doing like a really bad like this family isn't used to this environment. Mainly martin short. Because he's got like the super sunscreen on the nose. Only captain ron and fifteen seconds. Right so i think it's also like a sequels martin shirts looking at this part of the script. He's like very familiar. And you know it's another tough word for a young young scrappy kid from the bronx. Yeah nauseous or nauseous dad. I'm so nauseous on his boat. Morale is it's so great. Yeah it was his poor kid. He did his best. So and that's then we go to credits. And but the weird thing is you're gonna stay forever. I'll stay for awhile. It's kind of crazy for a while and ice dude longish vacation. He'll building the out out always thinking on his feet. This tim allen and he looks at joe. Beth jo beth williams of keep getting her name data. She looks at because. I want to say mary beth but i don't. She looks at him. Like you kind of made it. And he gives a shoulder shrug while now dude. It's it's it's a little more precise allies using earlier in the film. Tim allen when he first goes to the island yeah he sees me coup. Give a girl in the tripati hot sure and so job as williams explains that in this call hot. It's like a sign of love. So tim allen rolls up and he's like pro here. It's a real pot now like your wooded pot savages and that reveals that leelee sobieski is actually piece for all of the fucking. You know romance and everything. He gave his art to some the kids down here. But it's yeah you're totally right. But then it's fucked up because the last shot of this movie is tim allen he pulls the pot out of the bag and jo beth williams is like divorces meaningless freeze frame. One tim allen. Shrugging his shoulders. I brought a pot. 'cause it would be so great. If they cut back to her shoe just like in horror like my god. Why would you and then her girlfriend comes out like who's this guy. I signed the fuck and paper. You get back in your boat and go the fuck home. I hope you brought that pot to piss. That's the one. Let me introduce you to janine. Also be great. Janine the name of her vibrator fictional girlfriend chris at all. I thought it was like all the chris thought he was going to. John reese.
"joe beth" Discussed on The No Limits Selling Podcast
"Kind of more in the middle with bringing into a company and so You know a lot of people that speak to be a director of pricing if they have a pricing team if they don't have any sort of price team than pricing could be owned by sales and we do. Have you know sales products that we use as well so we guidance for sales which would be if they have a law large countless of being able to figure out which accounts target in addition to the pricing. So i talked to a lot of you know a lot of vp of sales. You know that's probably like a lot of the people that i am calling but as well it's like just anyone with a pricing title but if pricing is not if there's not a pricing team it could be owned by sales marketing product operations so sometimes it's just a little bit of a easter egg hunt. So you first person you get on the phone you ask. Who's doing this and off. They go off. You go to that area. Yeah you typically because we do like two different things and i find that sometimes you know someone there really content with what they're doing for pricing and so then i'll try to pivot and go into what they're doing for sales up but i never really tried to assume you to which one of those two things that interested in because i found i shoot myself in the foot so i usually i usually to start off by asking what would be more relevant to your role. Is it sales growth or is it finding the right prices to give to your sales team brilliant. So let's say sales growth and the person you've found wasn't the right person but his sales growth and then you suss out like the head. Vp of sales. A you finally get that person on the phone. What preparation are you doing before. And what's the first thirty seconds of that conversation. What does that sound like. Sure so So whenever i get someone that i want to go after. I'm typically looking at their lengthen. I'm looking at you know my notes in the account to see like okay like you know. Have i spoken to someone here before they were happening notes that i can rely on to give me a little bit of context field. Add to the conversation or which direction to go. I've already narrowed down that they have a particular problem And i use the to start off the conversation. I use like josh braun technique which is just calling out like the obvious which is say. Hey is job beth. Zillions is a cold call. I know you probably just wanna hang up But you know. I'd appreciate it if you give me a minute to tell you why i'm calling us right there. So when people hear that what percentage of people say go ahead. Joe beth i would say.
"joe beth" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast
"Easy thing with yes. The adventure is listening in on jan stories. Saying yeah you go watch your and wearing a watch from our end We we let go yet. But i did like the Joe beth these thing and especially this idea that you know as you said he left bruce in hell but i do wonder what that even means you know and it. Is this idea that you know what if what if like your sense of south is pan dimensional and so yeah part of you is shut off from yourself. 'cause it's in heck but at the same time it's also still a part of you and that's how they're gonna get to the underworld tree. Bruce could be interesting. I mean i really enjoyed the middle halt. It was a very good book this week. Did you think gee. I liked it. Trying to remember Last week yeah. It was good though because they went into watt into. You know the nature of joe fix it. You know it's like you know a child fan nothing. Tv show for the image of this guy in his head. Yeah matt well that's it is. He's but then it also is that he wants to evolved beyond it. And maybe that's even the point that we're going to get you at the end is like you know what you think you have. You don't have any you. Have you have the milk toast. You have this thing that thinks it's banner. What banner is more than just that thing. And that is no more important to us than joe. Fix it or the hulk or any of us were all one thing and that can never be separate from us. Yes that was the thing. Belo's go wrong because now it has a line in the real world. I don't know whatever we'll see Dream captain america fill. Yes i did thirty. That the last issue of on hoc- coaches run. Yeah and she goes. And it's it's talky episode. We get the We get the again a reference to you. This week we recorded you saying what you really think about the people that follow you And they have the intelligence of festering will of dogs. That and it's weird seeing peggy in especially because they have peggy. I decide on this as designed. Yeah i'm still with cap anche. Aunt peggy the cool. I'm with bussey. Got the bronze the blondes brunettes with brunettes but I don't know it just seems weird. How they kind of pair them awesomeness. I i think as a concept. Maybe they could have done that a little bit differently. But i'll go along with it. You have a sin as returned. His mother superior That's cool. she's a magic user. So that'll be fun. And that's what tunnel hoc- coats left. The next order of captain. America with said skiing is going home. You deal with it all right Do you wanna talk any four door on. Then we'll do conan. If it's cool. So what did you think of this issue for It's interesting..
"joe beth" Discussed on The Moratorium
"We watched nine to five as our next million. Would it break all the rules that we've set up. I don't care all of them all of them all of the above so anyway but we were watching legend. And they changed the soundtrack for the director's cut. I think somebody mentioned that. Ammos like why. Yeah right exactly because now. It sounds like i guess they wanted like the Kind of big. You know i. I can't think of who did it. But you know it's like somebody like the music for star wars trying to think of like yes but guy. I can't find on here who it was that they replaced it with. But i was bummed out because i remember that just as much as you know. That's just a part of the movie. When i started. When i heard the music i was like man. This is not. Don't love it so they they wanted to make it sound like john. Williams did the music fuller legend. Yes where they were trying to do right. They wanted to add some kind of like gravitas to the soundtrack which i like the dream he stuff. It didn't didn't need to be fixed. No wasn't broken. Didn't need to be fixed. But also so. Then i just had the trivia for legend Kind of popped up. And also i was looking for just kind of urban legends stuff You know like movie curses poltergeist and You know the dead kid and Three men and a little lady and midget that hung himself in wizard of oz. There's a bunch of them but they've all been debunked in. They're not very fun anymore. You know. I don't know the poltergeist ones kind of. That's that's still slightly creepy to me. I mean what. Israel is that they did use real skeletons for that final saint because it was cheaper. The fucked up dude. That's grandpa. i'll watch. Joe beth williams roll around in her panties. But don't don't let let grandma and grandpa rest in peace. You know what i mean. Can you donate your body to film so the movies you can donate for science. Why can't we donate. that's it. I somebody did a bit about the might have been might have been bill hicks was talking about a using like terminally ill people for stunt awful job. But he was saying like you know grandma's of last minutes on her. You want her dying in a bed or do you want like you know like off the cliff in a car thrown through bar window or something that that's funny. Yeah it is but anyway. So i've from tangerine dream. I you know it didn't really go anywhere. Just i'd like their music. You guys can listen to it if you like a kind of spacey keyboards stuff and Then i just started looking at the trivia for legend which. That's what i was just looking at because it was talking about different alternate versions right. I guess it started out at one hundred fifty minutes. I mean but i would watch every bit of a you know i. I love that movie. I love ridley. Scott All the cast tim curry spending hours and hours in. Probably one of the best makeup ever. You know who did the makeup. Feel like i should have already had that locked and loaded but i i wanna say rob boutin but i don't see it anywhere on here it also says. The tangerine dream is credited. I coulda sworn. I saw their credit at the beginning. But i might be wrong.
"joe beth" Discussed on What The Suck?!
"Is about to guests strange. Uh-huh what you sir. There he knew here. Yoyo up everybody. Welcome to episode. I keep forgetting I don't care of what the Suck I'm Chris and I'm Jay was holes are I man. Today is another exciting exciting entry. In Our shitty argue never ending never ending library of of Sh- OF KAKAI DUTY AS JEFF. Goldblum says that is one big Polish. She knows go absolutely and then as what we do here at what the suck we row this right so today. We are breaking on into eighty s with the Shipping on for. You picked it all right. All right with the nineteen eighty eight. American supernatural horror. Film Poltergeist. Three this is one of those cases. My friends where they should've stopped at one. Yeah for real. I mean one was fantastic. To what the Hell Are you doing? Yeah and number three was why this since one of those were they just shut him out for for money followers. It's cash grabbed pure crash Graham. Yeah and top that they they killed the poor kid while they didn't kill the kid that's we'll we'll get into that kill the kid though but Yeah Okay So. Poltergeists three Directed by Gary Sherman produced by Berry Bernardi written by Gary Sherman and Brian Taggert Based on characters created by Steven Spielberg starring. Tom skerritt Nancy. Ellen Heather O'Rourke and of course Zelda Rubinstein. So wait a minute you tell me. Vipers in is uh-huh uh-huh Detective Louis from in is Yup Yup. Heather I've only done three movies in Zelda. I look like my friend Joan Rubinstein. Yep Oh low. I mean there's more people obviously but these are the main actors that are Credits in the movie. So music by Joe Ramsey cemetery by Alex Nebo. Oh men she close enough. Mnaya meniscus United Shit edited by Ross Albert distributed by MGM released June Tenth Nineteen Eighty Eight. Ninety eight minute run. Time had a budget of nine point five million and box office of fourteen point once we barely made. It's a budget barely made money back. Barely now this film is both I was both films just infamous for many things. Many many things yes one meaning complete piece of Shit Yes to being. The weirdest poltergeist Movies because takes place in a fucking apartment tower complex which is just fucking like weird. It's just no so okay so for those. You don't know the history of the poltergeist French has. Let's take you through a little bit of history with showy show in so I both guys released nineteen eighty two right now co written and produced by Steven Spielberg and it was a work of fucking art. Yes I absolutely loved the first poltergeist. Yes now it wasn't directed by Steven Spielberg part. Many people think was actually directed by Tobe. Hooper Toby Toby Hoover. Toby Hooper The man behind a chainsaw massacre Oh yes Now the film focuses on the freeling family which consists of Steve played by coach. Craig t Nelson Diane Play. By Joe Beth Williams Dana played by Dominic Dune more on her later Robbie by Oliver Williams and Caroline played by the precious precious head or work very precious. What a cute kid yes. They live in the California housing development called the better day which comes by go. Just fool you gotta say it like a White Guy By by by cuse averred verd- haunted by ghosts. The ghost communicate only with Carol Anne through the families television set and are under the control of demon known as the beast quoting quote. Now the go are tractor to caroline's life force and believing she will help them lead them into lightly abductor through her bedroom closet which acts as a portal to her dimension. The most of the film revolves around the efforts of her family to rescue her along with a group of parapsychologists and a spiritual medium name. Ten Gina Behrens last name. Either called Zelda Zelda Rubinstein Carolina's eventually retrieved from the side and following a second attack by the beast it reveals the ghosts had originated from an improperly relocated cemetery under the neighborhood the family flees Costa Verd-. While the house caves in on a cell phone sucked into another dimension to my favorite lime.
Director Greta Gerwig on 'Little Women' and Louisa May Alcott
"Start with a new film that opens this Christmas Day. It's an adaptation of Louisa May alcott novel Little Women and it is a lovely little gift of a movie yourself theory someday. So you'll need me. You'll wish you have behaved better. Thank you so much for your employment and your many kindnesses I intend to make my own way in the world. No no one makes their own way. Not really we civil woman. You'll need to marry. Well you are not married. Because I'm rich wjr. The film is from writer director. Greta GERWIG stars. Sir Sha Ronin. She played the lead in Greenwich Direct. To`real debut lady bird and the rest of the march sisters are played played by Emma Watson Elisa scanlon and Florence pugh Laura dern plays their mom and Meryl Streep is they're wealthy aunt March gerwig has been thinking about little the women for a very long time well before she even found out that producer Amy Pascal was developing a new adaptation of the novel. Here's Greta Gerwig little women and has been a book that I have loved my whole life in a very deep way to the point. Where my memories? And the memories of the March sisters were intertwined in that way that I think books of your youth can means something even beyond being books because th- they they're the they become part of your family I think that's that's the magic of Reading when you're a child is the the distinction between fiction and reality is thin for you or it. It was for me anyway But I hadn't read it since I was about fourteen or fifteen and then I read it in my early thirties when I turned thirty and I All this stuff came out at me in the book that I it not. When I was a child I can passion get so savage could hurt anyone and I enjoyed it? You remind me of myself never angry. I'm angry nearly every damn I li- reading as an adult. I heard all of these different things. I saw it as much touch spike easier and sadder and stranger and almost more triumphant in a certain way and also just is this kind of being aware of an author was another layer of it for me that Joe both wants to be an author but then Louisa as author and so even though Joe March march by the end of the book says she stops her ink well and stops writing and gets married and has children opens a school Louisa though wrote and she wrote that book and we know what. Because there's the book you know. I just sort of had an idol saw about well if I made this. I'd want to center center on this. I'd WanNa Center on all these themes that I felt I hadn't really seen yet about it which was ambition and money money and women an art and I heard in passing my agent said at a dinner. Oh they're interested making little women again again and I was like what I have to go. I have to talk to them. I have an idea and I hadn't made anything at that point. But he got me a meaning and I I went and I talked talk to them and I told them some version of what I wanted to do and And I said I want to direct it and they wanNA write in Iraq and I hadn't had nothing to really show that I could do that so but they very luckily hired me to write it. And then I wrote my draft in in two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen and then I went away and I may lady bird and then by the time I was finishing that up they said well what what do you think about making little women and I thought I said well I knew you'd ask. I'm ready but it was a it was one one of those for two. It's turns events. I want to ask about that perspective that you had a reading the book as an adult versus as a young woman woman sure and the perspective you have as somebody who is a creative person gas writing movies and making movies because so much of the movie and certainly in the book as well is about the challenges of being a creative person and how you value your own art how you compromise with people who are financing it and how you find your voice even in those parameters that's right now there's a you you picked up all the cards I put down. No it's a it's funny. It's that the opening scene between Joe March and her publisher Mr Dash would which the majority of it is actually word for word from the book when she says took care to have a few of my sinners repent and he says people want to be amused not preach that morals. Don't sell nowadays. That could be me talking to a studio head about something. I WANNA do But it was. It was all there for me to be discovered. I didn't invent it like like I said that. That scene is a scene from the book but it felt too so relevant to right now and then beyond that when when I was researching Louisa Mail Cart and it became clear that that who Lewis male caught was was equally the subjects that I was interested in and then you learn about her life. Is You know unlike Joe. She never got married. She never had children and but she kept writing and she did keep her copyright copyright of little women which is a you know huge thing that she did and I mean there are so many things about her life and what she did. It felt eerily familiar and I think even even in the fact that Her publisher sure and even herself but her publisher truly didn't know what a hit he had. And I find that happens all the time that there's a constant underestimating of audiences that are not the same audience of the people who are in charge of publishing or whatever that may be the the first half of little win because it is really to books as written ends so group. The curtain falls upon big. Joe Beth and amy whether it ever arises again depends upon the reception given to the first act of the domestic drama called little women death. It's almost like she's saying I've got a a sequel but I hope people by the I know she's She's a business lady no she and and and it it. It's worth saying that the the initial printing sold out in two weeks and it has not been out of print for one hundred fifty years in one thousand nine hundred four. There was a story. Little women leads poll novel level rated ahead of Bible for influence on high school pupils. Yeah that's nice. I mean I mean it's just nice for her and it raises his other question like what people take away from the book because you can interpret it in very different ways. I'm going to give you two prominent women who have thoughts. That's about it. The first is Gloria Steinem. WHO said in Nineteen ninety-two? Where else could we read about an all female group who discussed work art and all the great questions or found girls who wanted to be women and not vice versa? Oh that's beautiful found girls that wanted to be women not the versa. And here's the author meal Paalea who says the whole thing is like a horror movie. I know I think if you have an idea in your head of the it can be of little women. It's usually from the first book. It's the kind of Christmas to Christmas structure. And the you know the second half of the book Louis Male jokes. She should've called the wedding marches. Because they all got married and truly British version is called good wise exactly zoo you know. It was in this to book structure which is part of why I is structured the film I did starting with them as adults Because I wanted to start with the second half but I also think there's two books embedded in it because if you you just read the book on its face value with this. Kind of pre Victorian morality of Domesticity in virtue tied to femininity communitty. And all of these kind of tidy bows put on each chapter. Then I think you miss what's really roiling roiling underneath and if you read it that way of course Camille Paglia is completely right. It is something that would be a horror show if that is all you're seeing but I'd the way I look at it is if you can take the ending of the book where she felt she must marry Joe off to someone because that's what the readers demanded and she made this economic decision. That's what she would do Because she had so books then if you if you read everything through the Lens of will she had to make it all kind of tidy for the time time then if you take away the tidiness what's left is a whole bunch of am Bishen and mess and anger and lust and craziness and things things that don't fit neatly into any box. And so what I wanted to do was not update the text. The text doesn't need updating. I wanted to take away the constraints constraints of the time in some ways. Because that's what was interesting to me and even in those constraints. Louisa really did do her best to try. I to imagine what what would in a gala -tarian marriage look like. What would something that was? Not Essentially INDENTURED SERVITUDE BE As a marriage and I feel that you know Gloria Steinem being one of them with a Simone Tip Avar Patti Smith Orlando Toronto or J. K. Rowling rallying. There's a long list of women for whom this book meant very specific freedom an ambition and what I wanted to do was make a film film that was in the tradition of why that inspired them. Because it's there's gotta be a reason more than she got married to Professor Bear Sogo to see you. Thanks for coming as really
"joe beth" Discussed on KTOK
"You glad you survived the storm some people still without power so we're offering tips and tricks I've given you mine others have to a four oh one thousand Lee Mathews Katie okay dot com what do you do when you're out of power especially for a long period of time do you have a back up plan do you have a generator we've had several people call and give us tips about what it's like to cook on charcoal even when you're not trying to barbecue others about you know the best way to beat the heat when it's a little too warm others lucky enough to have a camper which is equipped with everything and all you gotta do is get ready to go so if you have any more trying to help out the people who still don't have power if you don't have power they're working on it and they're gonna get T. as quick as they can genie says they're working out quickly they got over eight hundred thousand people out there working and I'm sorry eight hundred yeah but anyway the the they they got him out there and they're trying to restore power as quickly as possible they also ask you to be careful and be patient resetting that scene in a poor one thousand Lee Mathews Katie okay and the city council voted on a moratorium on the permit list Kerry today basically a council woman thought it would be a good idea for the city council to endorse getting rid of the permit was Kerry law that's going to kick in November one and endorsed the pendants the the petition effort that is in progress right now in fact they have until the after tomorrow to get all the names and sixty thousand by the way her name was Joe Beth Hammond and the city council voted on it today the votes were five to four five James gray near Larry McAfee mark Stonecipher Todd stone and David green will voting against the measure JoBeth Hammond Nikki nice James Cooper and mayor David hold voting for it those four basically saying the city council should endorse that'd be the the law be negated and put on a ballot for an up or down vote so I'm glad to see that I don't think the city council needs to be messing with this this is a state measure and I think it is a state district representative district that started this with the help of a national effort from a Bloomberg sponsored activist group moms demand action and also just as Democrats I don't have any other progress report other than what I told you yesterday from a second a menace of C. ation has filed a protest with the Supreme Court saying that misleading tactics are being used to get what signatures they do have I don't have any reports as to how many signatures they have probably won't know that until the sauce US secretary state gets the petition itself and verifies the names other city council action that happened today and your thoughts on that by the way because as the council basically willing to do with the mayors not and should the council beginning itself involved in something that is a state matter a state question as it were another thing the city council did today from Oklahoma City was unanimously approved sending maps for to you to vote upon and they agreed to a pivot from a pricey downtown building project to neighborhood revitalization and efforts to better meet the needs of residents threatened.
"joe beth" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Shirts and shoes and whatever you just is just a good guy yeah so he's a very blessed. I'm blessed to have them. <hes> in the crew and <hes> I know he looks forwarded down March so he's GonNa roll down here in the next few days for a week or so and and <hes> you know before he's got to get back in full fledge training which those guys do <hes> mostly around so good stuff well and of course you mentioned Salt Acumen Dave Kenny and <hes> Gary Barber sent Gary The little trophy little thumbs up about the wind and the fun group. We should also talk about the third place finisher shippy making her first start for you and you WanNa talk about fun owners. It's all you got down the your whole roster. Ownership are all fun people here's Dean Reeves and Patty and and the the irrepressible radio talk about the this this nice philly see that everybody knew that if she was going to repeat that debut win from Laurel when Tim Chrysler unveiled her that she was going to be tough at she ran fine from from the one hall talk about Shippee's performance yeah yeah wow yeah you know when she debuted at Laurel and one the way she did <hes> had a good friend back east say <hes> Oh my God. Did you see that the Horse Joe Beth grab. I've had were were Joel. I'm good friends Joe Bhaskar she see the horse debuted with Tim Chrysler and I said I didn't and then I watch I was like Oh my God. She won by nearly eleven lengths and just geared down so talk to Joe and Joe's like well. I WANNA stand but I'm interested in selling a the majority of her. I'm like really so just through <hes> contact and some people <hes> had the representative some Dean Reeves call and Randy Hill <hes> call and then we gotta deal together and <hes> you know Credit Tim Chrysler and that's one because I had a very short period of time <hes> we had Jose Ortiz came and worked her fourth one at at Belmont and he was wowed by her as well and when she during derailed she's one I thought would be poorly place but like the team of comical <hes> you know <hes> mysteries Mr Hill and and and Joe Bhaskar there. We just said you know what let's just let Jose such a phenomenal writer. Let him play the break and play it by ear and and <hes> I really think if she had a more outside posts she might have been really tough to beat in there but <hes> <hes> yeah. She's an exciting with exciting huge pressure to to make a deal with Randy Hill. All you gotTa do is dial the phone because the always yes you call radio say rarely we got a nice horse. You WanNA come in. Yes us you know this. Is this the first I've ever had with <hes> with Dean reasoner Randy Hill so yeah they seem like Super Guys East Coast Guy so I think that this is going to end up saying with Kathy. Writ vote which is awesome I love Kathy she's super cool and and and <hes>.
"joe beth" Discussed on Ghostly
"Well, that's because he was in poultry. Yes. And then Diane, right. Yep. She's a mom. Joe Beth Williams. Donna Dana Dana Dominique done in Robbie. Oliver Robbins, and the star of the movie, Carol Anne, Heather Aurora. Well, I, I mean she is the star. But I would also say that the, the woman who is the house is clean. Yeah. We're gonna talk about her, too. I would call her this, so yeah, but Heather Aurora was the only one of those that was in all three of the core family. Yes. Of course fan. Casts they live in California in a housing development called you wanna try that west of air. They. Yeah, that's the first movie. Sounds like really good food. Of course, this house that they lived in was haunted, but the ghost only communicate with caroll-ann. They talk to her through staticky TV station. Now, this is one of the things that the younger generation is not going to understand what a staticky TV station is. Wow. I never thought about yet. Right. There is no more static or if there is only for like a second. Remember back in the day, you would turn on channel that you didn't have, and it would be staticky, and you might see lines going through it or something, you might see like a program from another channel kind of ghosting its way on their. Yeah. So, yeah, that's one thing that people will not understand that didn't live through that age. That's crazy. The ghost are led by or under the control of a demon known as the beast. Yeah. And he's actually I think I know he's in one and two. 'cause in to they go over the story of the origins of the beast, I don't know if he was in the third one. Yeah that With the. the remember the third one it was in an apartment building. Yeah. Well, Carol Anne gets -ducted in the first one. And most of the film is about her rescue kinda like the first season of stranger things. The connection. Yeah, I just wanted to relate this to something that, you know, we could all relate to right now. If you've never seen the poultry Geist, kind of like stranger things kind of. Yeah. I ban list, the help of this is a this hard, one for me, ten Gina barons, which is although Rubinstein, and she was in all three of them, too. So she is a parapsychologist and medium, the character, the character. Yeah. Not the person because I think the actress like she sat like she is like a not a believer. Yeah. Yeah. She was really spooky. Yes. She's a very good actress. She is. She was. Yeah. She's older. Yeah. Sorry spoiler alert. She didn't make it. Okay. Turns out that the house was built over in properly relocated cemetery and daily. Okay. What an interesting way to put that all right? And they leave the house after rescuing Caralan and just in time, because the house get sucked into another dimension. The beast dimension, besides the trilogy remake there was a spin off TV series called poultry guys, the legacy that ran from nineteen ninety six to nineteen ninety nine but it really had nothing in hall to do with the film. Remember, if I watched I did I did. I couldn't I couldn't recall a single thing except that I was like, what is this have to do with the poultry guys or poltergeist? I always called poltergeist. Yeah. It's just poltergeist. It's just poultry guys. Yeah. All right. So let's dive into the curse. Okay. I know this is more your thing. But I'm gonna talk a little bit about it just to give some. Okay. Some facts. So they believe that there's a curse around this movie, and it's derived from the death of two young cast members Dominic Dunn and Heather Aurora no matter where we go with this. That is the premise behind it, because their deaths were kind of unexpected true. Yeah. So I'm going to go over their deaths a little bit, and we'll save some of it for the debate. Okay. So Dominic died on November fourth nineteen eighty two at the age of twenty two she was strangled by ex boyfriend. John, Thomas Sweeney, inner driveway. I don't trust people name Sweeney. Okay. Sorry if we have any fans named Sweeney, I can learn to trust you. I just don't initially trust you. Well you think you're gonna end up in a pie. I don't. Yeah. That's what it is. Yep. Okay. He was convicted of voluntary manslaughter and that usually means that it was during the heat of passion or under circumstances. That would cause a reasonable person to become emotional, or mentally disturbed to the point that they can't reasonably control their emotions as says not sound like what he did to me to be honest. Yeah. There's a lot to do with that. He was sentenced to six years, but only served three and a half before he was pardoned hardened like, not let go. Yeah. Oh, he was pardon. Yeah. I don't know how much you have in the debate about it. I could go further into the history if you like. Well, that's up to you. I mean yeah. Like if you wanna tell the story of what happened to her. Yeah. Okay with the she wanted to a coma, and never regained consciousness and died five days later. She was also in V, but died v is one of my favorite Minnie's miniseries of all time to I've. I loved that I can't believe I was led to watch that baggage. But I it scared me, but I've loved it. That does not stand up to the test time as I've watched it since. And I'm like, why did I like this? Yeah. So she died during the filming and her role was actually recast by actress, Blair, teff, kin, she's only in one scene that you could see. And I believe that's when the mothership comes down. I think you see the back of her head this is so sad. Yeah, it was so her relationship with John Sweeney. Do you want me to go over this now? Or do you want save this for the debate over? No. So he was a cooking hand at the rest around that they met at called mom Mason. They moved into gather after dating a few weeks. Nice solid choice there Sweeney was possessive and jealous. Sweeney was abusing Dominique there's multiple accounts. I think I'm going to save the rest for the debate, though. Because I think you bring it up. And I wanna sure use that, so, so also, oh, Dominique was rehearsing for the with actor, David Packer when this happened. And it just lead into a whole big thing. I have a lot of details about it and might come out during the debate. So Heather, Heather Iraq. This is really sad. She died at the age of twelve on February first nineteen eighty eight. She died due to complications from, from cardiac arrest in septic shock caused by misdiagnosed intestinal to know SIS, which is a narrowing of a blood vessel. She was also unhappy days. Okay. Not very happy. Those days, I guess she was in either twelve or twenty one episodes of happy days. Okay. So yeah, I've got some more details about that. But I would like to save that for the debate as well. Okay. Well, I just an interesting note something, I noticed that. She died kind of the show. She died February first nineteen eighty eight the the third movie came out in June of nineteen eighty eight. So I remember that now that like you saw the movie, but she was she had died, and everyone was, like, wow. She died like one of the first ones that I recall of that kind of thing whenever someone dies, and then they release their last movie full of your old. I mean, that's yes. She she did finish up Oliver scenes though, before she died. Yeah. Yeah. So another thing that I have is I thought we should look into what a poultry Geist is. That's a good idea because it is like it's a form of a ghost. It's really specific. So Rebecca, I took a little thing from snow. Maybe you read it for us. What is able tra- Geist, okay? Poltergeists in folklore is a noisy in destructive, but usually MSCI mischievous and not malicious ghost hell to be responsible for unexplained noises and movement of objects within a home. It is hypothesized, poultry guys are drawn in two homes, in which, there are pre Pugh Bessant children, especially girls. And that's something I think that might come up, not with the Sepah sewed, but with future episodes. Okay, let's all remember this fact, three horror films. Based on this form of Lor comprise? The poltergeist trilogy. Okay. Great. So. So there are other death surrounding poultry guys, according to snow, but we'll save that for the debate because I think you bring them up to do so. Yeah, so that's about all I have for the history of this great movie. Okay. Do you have anything to add history? No, I think we're, I think we're good. The only thing I was just you mentioned how the TV the staticky, TV think kids today wouldn't notice. There's also things with the phone. That's hilarious. There's also a point when I watched it just put it out there where they send Robbie away. She was to the grandparents, and literally, it's just a scene of the mom being like all right. Bye son have fun at grandma's, and it's just little Robbie little lake. I dunno ten-year-old Robbie wheeling little suitcase or carrying a suitcase to waiting taxicab with just. Putting his bagging get in the cab and go to the airport. Like there is like they these go into the airport like he's flying. He's just getting in a cab sending him on don't even bring him airport. No, it can't even walk them to the car. No. Did you ever notice in old movies and actually movies today? Even and TV shows that they never say goodbye on the telephone. No, they never say goodbye. I mean you could find a couple where they do, but most of them, they never say goodbye. They say aha. Uh-huh. Okay. Click interesting them attention to the attention to that. It's, it's weird. I don't know why. But they never say goodbye. Okay. So you wanna do the go story before we take a break. Sure. All right. Let's have it set the mood for us. Okay. Here we go. Go story. You've been hired to act in a new potentially big movie by Steven Spielberg. How quite as that this is a man who directed jaws raiders of the lost ark. And it's going to be great. Of course. The subject matter is a little macabre but to haunted house with a child kidnapped by malevolent spirit. But I mean it Spielberg so you accept the role of mom. Filming goes pretty well at first, it's always fun, making horror movies. I mean it's not real. Of course. But then you start to notice things when you come back to your room after filming pictures removed. And when you fix them, they're moved back, again, the next day, a feeling.
"joe beth" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Am Morgen producers Andrew, and as I mentioned, Richard finicky here. We're talking about the three stooges know that will get some of the guys throw the over reach for the phone, and it's take a couple of calls. We had done kind of a history of the three stooges beginning way back with Ted Healy and his southern gentleman, and they stopped to take a break. Just when we get to the name curly Joe dorito, but let me take a couple of phone calls to keep the phone lines from Gary good morning. Blown away which fed against your sound. Awesome. On the phone with your information question for you, sir. You english. No, no. I'm my my mom was from the journey from New York. I'm I'm asking region by bombs host grand father's side was from Oslo Norway. So some people kind of accent. But I'm not sure I came from okay ship died sixty years of age. What did he die from hit heart heart attacks problems? It was going to the fights. And was without at the watch on the fight said at a place in in the in Los Angeles home with a couple of buddies in the car and he just slumped forward in the back seat with a cigar. And that's the way peacefully. Totally unexpectedly though. So. They had to carry on. No, nothing like that. No, no. That was the one that drank too much, but none of the others problems that along those lines. Curly. Currently I didn't say, but yeah, he retired from the act and forty six he yet a bad stroke during the filming of short called half wits holiday, which if you watch closely you'll see it's not even in the film for the last few minutes, they tie fight. And he is just not there to finish the film. And so he carried on actually. And I I remember when I first got into a sort of wanting to know more about the musical. Rumors curly had turned a vegetable due to hits in the head. And all this terrible stuff. But he actually came back. You know, pretty well. He married a nurse that it was working on Valerie and very happy last few years at daughter janey whose live in well several times a wonderful lady. And so we lived peacefully and happily for a few more years and forty nine he had another stroke, and this kind of went downhill died in January of fifty two especially as mostly happy with. Was a happy marriage after floor fourth wife after a few happy. Once you are typewriter. You just don't stop your awesome question complexion, where they all brothers champ. And curly. Well, yesterday was Harwit's showbiz older than mode and Carly, and they told her brother Jack inverting who did not do films but five brothers. But. Yes, moaned currently. We're all brothers. Larry could've been he was so close with them for so many years, but he was not related. Why ask is 'cause Shep was much older questions this complexion? Curly was very handsome Shep was very much older based on his face and so forth. It was more older looking. That's why ask what brothers and based on complexion. Definitely where you can see right. Trump Amplats became a lot of photos is it's funny that you said I was looked in the in the early forties. Universal even promoted themselves. Sometimes that's the aug fan in Hollywood. So for character comedy roles, and you say early being handsome that was a potential setback too. Because when he was going to play in thirty two eighty said to handsome, he probably had long wavy hair. And he was a ladies, man. And so currently really wanted joints. You went to a barbershop and had his shaved off funny. Look like frizzy hair. Those things really wanted funny looks we saved off all his way here and joined the act so probably was a handsome guy at a ladies, man. What country do the three stooges so popular other than the United States popular in Russia? China japan. Yeah, they are. But I'm fortunate. I've heard in England they're not shown hardly ever on TV. But you can find films sometimes online on YouTube of dug into other languages. So they see them in Japanese and stuff. So but mostly in a while you'll say there's a lot of good friends of mine in Canada. So they're popular there too. Of course, and Mexico. Records logging only Morgan could answer that. So maybe you can Richard. Also, obviously going back to the cats onto the seventies. Obviously, Joe Beth was voice over and who wasn't Morgan because I remember vividly, but I forget the name. Camplin Joe in Cambria studios. He was a Cacho for a character. And I just want to ask you, do you? Remember, I rub here. Name the Cal academy in. But I don't remember the cartoon name. Thinking too serious later in the seventy that Cambria studios stooges cartoons. This is something later. Joe? Oh, you mean the new the new three stooges of the robotic three stooges every means something later in the seventies. The cartoon voice work after the students. And tell us Gary. Okay. Hey, this character name. He was a genie was babble babble on the new our dream of Jeannie was Joe Besser. Okay. Was it the new ice cream genie? The genie was a teenager in the plot of this. Okay. Well, I definitely remember. He was bad bull then. And I wanted to say Joe betcha. I mean, I would Jen Joe Besser out of bed at all. He was awesome. He was comedian that has own style. And again, you see the solar stuff you did. Especially with guest aloe TV show in the early fifties. And the movie, hey, rookie is nineteen forty three. One of his first features. I ten minutes without hilariously. He's trying to who's getting inducted into the army and stuff. So. Yeah. Own style. And he was great. It's just to again with more of our his magic words to make magic cavern. I've got CBS and twenty seconds of so. Yeah. Dabble you happy now. Again, you make love that nothing. Richard syndicates. Awesome. Alright big Oregon does stuff to our Matt note. We've got news and Andrew. Is it too? Then. CBS will then the McGee out the way for CBS news coming to you. CBS news update. The talk about the US China trade war has moved from the negotiating table table to the media speeches and Twitter where the president warned China Saturday to make a deal now because it will be worse for them in a second term. China says talks will resume in Beijing. But there's nothing official on that from the Trump administration. They are talking about more tariffs. CBS news.
"joe beth" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And this is why and for the giants a badly needed home or describe Dwayne Keiper on K N B are in the giants would take the lead. They got help from Brandon Crawford in the nights. Here's a swing and a high drive deep right field. This one is gone. And by plenty granted Crawford unloads his first home. Run of the year was a monster shot to put the giants head. That was Dave Flemming on can be are the giants win the game six to five today. We'll be talking with Joel Madden. We've got Todd Radim with Capt talk with his weekly quiz. And of course, Tim coaching. Let's get to it. Rejoice. It's TIMMY time this great game. Or what with tin kurkin on baseball tonight. That tip cartoon covers baseball for ESPN, and Tim where are you this morning? I'm in Saint Louis. I came in last night. So didn't have to travel on the day of a game. I've got the Phillies at the cardinals. And I'm going to walk to the ballpark from the hotel. The very best part about covering a game in Saint Louis is you can walk to and from the ballpark. Oh, absolutely loved that. And and I was trying to think of a way about talking about the cubs in the Red Sox, and what's going on in recent days. And this is what I thought of giving listen to this, Tim. Of course, I had that. But then I thought to myself, you know, Tim Kirk chin comes from a really nice family where they treat each other grade. And you have such great stories such great respect within your family. And I was wondering I don't know of Tim Kirk never went to potentially a horror movie. Do you know where that sound is from of course, that is from the poltergeist where the little girl is looking into the television and back come the ghosts. And Joe Beth Williams, Craig t Nelson don't know what. Wi with goes in there. Yeah. That was a great movie. And I'm the scariest guy in the world. I can't watch or movies. But I watched that one on ever forget it. I saw the exorcist a week after came out, and I couldn't sleep for six months, and I'm not exaggerating and I was seventeen years old. I couldn't go downstairs after watching the exorcist in my own house seventeen. On the biggest chicken ever. Okay. Well, then I think we're going to sit up your PTSD with the show today based on what we have coming for him. Okay. Anyway. So that that sets the theme of the day of the cubs in the Red Sox. They're back the cubs. Tim huge weekend. It's the same that was coordinators. They sweep there in first place after two and seven start their playing. Absolutely great. We talked to Joe Madden before they finish that sweep last night. And he talked about the pitching and the defense. Look, I almost feel silly for entertaining. The idea that the cubs might be in some trouble early in the year. But I remember at that time. Even Kyle Hendricks said look the pitching has to turn this around. And that's exactly what's happened. He threw that Eighty-one pitch Jim shutout on Friday Sunday night. Jose Kettani has a really good night. It's the cubs plan so much better bus her. I saw the cubs four straight games during that two and seven start..
"joe beth" Discussed on KTOK
"Union city Stricker's in custody in the Kingfisher Kennedy jail shawny high school officials say surveillance video they gave police shows at least one suspect spray painting repeating on a school wall that appears to be a prom proposal. The scrawl graffiti read quote Alice make my world a wonderland students and staff found the vandalism yesterday. If the damage is more than a thousand dollars, it's a felony. The suspect's identity has not been released. I knew oh you region. Here's Katie okays. Beth Myers by a vote of forty five to one the state Senate on Monday. Confirm the nomination of Ohio businessman. Eric Stevenson to serve on the oh, you board of regents. Stevenson becomes the first African American discern on the board of regents in twenty years. The only no vote in the Senate came from democrat, George Young of Oklahoma City who is one of two African Americans in the Senate young said he would have preferred a region more closely connected to students on the Norman campus. He also said the governor should have considered a list of names submitted to him by the black legislative caucus, the Oklahoma legislature will meet in joint session today to pay tribute to former members of the forty fifth infantry division and current members of the Oklahoma army and Air National Guard. It's an annual event. This year's theme is Oklahoma guard heroes to newly elected into re elected members of the Oklahoma City council will be sworn in to office today to begin their for your terms. They were elected in February's primary election. They include word to councilman elect James Cooper ward five council. David Greenwell ward, six councilwoman elect, Joe Beth Haymond and ward eight councilman Mark Stonecipher they'll be sworn into office at the beginning of today's regularly scheduled city council meeting the platform adopted by the Oklahoma Republican party during its convention and more calls for penalizing school districts for teacher walkouts Alicia preached with the Oklahoma Education Association says the effort to take away the voice of teachers is unacceptable. She says educators can speak for themselves and take a stand just like in.
"joe beth" Discussed on KTOK
"First news updating you on Fox News. Fox news. I'm Chris foster. Attorney general William bars speaks today to members of congress expected to have questions about the special counsel Russia report, it's not being made public so far and his summary of it to appear to house appropriations subcommittee hearing part of Congress's review of the Justice Department's budget request, but lawmakers on the panel could quiz the attorney general about timing of the report's release and evidence he saw conclude President Trump did not obstruct Justice Sox's Jared Halpern. It's election day in Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to hang onto his title for a fifth term as really go to the polls today it's been a tight race with Benny gone. A former Israeli military chief as Netanyahu's main challenger FOX's tiny Jay powers. The university of Virginia wins the men's college basketball championship eating Texas, Tech eighty five seventy seven in overtime as the Cavaliers first ever National Basketball title. This is Fox News. The latest in a gruesome discovery in Kingfisher. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the KT. Okay. News and this is a homeless. First news soaring. Temperatures today. Our forecast is coming up the boyfriend of Kingfisher woman has allegedly told police he dismembered her body and divided her remains between two places charges could be filed against sixty two year old Stephen Stricker today. Kingfisher police say he told them Fifty-six-year-old Brinda Baber felon, hit her head in a bathroom, and that he panicked and dismembered and disposed of her body. Police say neighbors body parts also were burned. Authorities say bone fragments were found in the backyard garden on Friday, and that Stricker told them he put part of baby's body in a bag and threw it into the trash. The trash was picked up last Wednesday and taken to a landfill in union city. Stricker's in custody thinking, Fisher county jail charges have been filed in Cleveland county district court against the woman allegedly responsible for spray. Painting racist graffiti in Norman and Oklahoma City forty-five-year-old Allison Johnson of Norman reportedly told police she wanted to scare Jewish people. She's been charged with one felony in three misdemeanor counts of malicious injury to property and one misdemeanor count of malicious intimidation or harassment. Police say racist. Graffiti was also found two churches to homes and a political office to merely elected and to re elected members of the Oklahoma City council. We'll be sworn into office today to begin their for your terms word to councilman elect James Cooper ward. Five councilman David Greenwell ward, six councilwoman elect, Joe Beth Haymond and ward eight councilman Mark Stonecipher will be sworn into office at the beginning of today's regularly.
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"Any students retargeted investigators say Smith was arrested on Monday after allegedly sending inappropriate text messages to an undercover officer who was posing as an underage girl. A fifty four year old man booked into the Canadian county jail accused of making lewd or indecent proposals to a child under sixteen Ronald Johnson's also accused of using unlawful communication by technology uconn police say Johnson was arrested during a traffic. Stop after driving from Lexington to Yukon on Monday to a prearranged sexual encounter. With whom he thought was a fourteen year old girl who actually was an undercover cop a city election with a twist Edmund voters yesterday said a dead man to a general election late mayor, Charles lamb, placed second in a three way race, former mayor, Dan O'neil had the most votes if voters elect lamb in the April second general. Election. The Edmund city council will select the new mayor in other election results in Oklahoma city's ward two council race voters elected James Cooper to succeed edge Shadeed who's retiring after eight years on the council in ward six Joe Beth Hayman, we'll succeed retiring Meg solu- and Mark Stonecipher was elected to a second term for ward. Eight David Greenwell will begin his third term for ward. Five state Representative Daniel pay of Lawton wants to avoid the costs of special election to fill a vacant seat in congress clean up that language with the governor issuing caught commission issuing a ritzy reelection. So that the regular election counts the same as a special election. And so the member would become an elected member of congress bell would allow for certain elections to fill congressional vacancies to occur concurrently with primary runoff in general elections, pay says the state election mortgage rates a savings of. Between three hundred fifty thousand four hundred thousand dollars by avoiding special election costs the Bill advances to the full house, safety harnesses credited with saving the lives of two painters who scaffolding broke while they were working on the outside of a north west Oklahoma City hotel it happened at the tower hotel northwest expressway and independence yesterday. The men were near the twelfth floor of the building a firefighter ladder wasn't long enough. So firefighters climb stairs on the inside of the building broke to windows and pull the painters inside safety. Nobody was.
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"Star one thousand so a deal is pending with the president and congress and the Democrats on the wall. According to Doug who sends on social media lead, the topic of the offer Trump. I think if Trump takes the offer the left will then try to spend the story that he caused all those billions lost during the shutdown for nothing because he got the same offer that he originally received. I don't I think they can try to do that Doug. But I don't think they'll be successful. You know, why? Because because Trump promised one thing and one thing only build the wall. Now, he will be able to have bragging rights that he's building the wall. And even if they don't give them as much as he wanted. I think he's going to have enough to build fifty five miles worth. And let's say he does double down and declared emergency ties it up in courts. And in the meantime, takes the money that he knows he's found. Elsewhere and continues to build the wall, he'll still have the bragging rights that I built the wall. I made America great again. And so that's really the only bragging, right? He needs. I don't think the general American public will sit down there and nickel and dime. While he asked for five billion. And I only got one point three. I don't think that's going to matter to anybody. They want to built you ask the average in America an average American. I want the wall built, and you know, what that is that's code word for I want a more secure border. I want and it's not just the physical wall. It's also saying to the American people we are enforcing our immigration policy. That's why people who've asked me especially since the president got electable lead. You really think that a wall's going to make that big of a difference? Yes. It will because it will say to the world we are serious about our policy whether or not there's actually a steel wall or an electric fence or a picket fence, I don't think it will matter. The fact that we're building something. And saying we're building something. That's why I think you should take the deal. And and now, I know there are some that are saying now he should punt. And then let it fall on the Democrats. I think that would be too risky because if he does and the government shuts down again, then the Democrats will have a reason to say see he doesn't care about you. He wants to shut down your government. And he still doesn't have as wall. This is basically the Democrats saying, yeah, we'll meet you again on the battlefield. He'll be able to declare victory. I think quite clearly you may not. And if you choose to hash it out with me, that's fine. Eight four one thousand star one thousand on NewsRadio one thousand Katie. Okay. It's an election day today. I don't know if you knew that mainly because it's not for everybody city council in Oklahoma City. Ward to the candidates are James Cooper. Mike dober-, Suzanne Broadbent, Tracy. Haley Terrel in Maryland Davidson ward, five in Oklahoma City. Steve hunt. David green will that's the incumbent Kristin hull ward. Six Nathaniel Harding. Joe Beth Harmon and Jim Hallman ward. Eight Mark Stonecipher the incumbent Lauren Durmus Edmund is voting for mayor. And here is the interesting thing. One of the candidates is dead. He died in December Charles lamb remains on the ballot because he passed away too late. Late to be removed from the ballot. He's up against democrat, Dan, O'Brien and libertarian Richard Pryor. Now, according to the city charter in Edmond, the mayoral primary election is where there are three or more candidates. The two candidates receiving the most votes move onto the general election in April. That's where it gets tricky because of O'Neill and project ski are the top two candidates. They would face each other in the primary and in the general election, but if lamb finishes in the top two he would advance despite being dead. And here's the thing. I think he's going to because everybody I saw him on the ballot today, and I saw his name. And I thought everybody's gonna say, oh, wait is that the guy that died? I dunno. I use a good guy and there and he's first on the list. They're gonna vote for him. Even though he's dead. If he were to win the general election, the Edmund city council would then have to determine who to appoint the hold the city's highest elected office. Edmund has also voting on city council members and to school board issues, by the way, one of the issues is for bonds to be issued to repair and maintenance the school facilities it failed in November. They're trying again another is to raise money for transportation. And I read it to say that they would raise property taxes if the school board needed to so I voted yes. For the bond issue. I voted no for.
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"Or three or the police didn't want to take me to jail, and they're like, look, we like you. We don't want to take you to jail, but we can't let you just go. You've gotta turn you over to somebody that has any sense. And I'd go how about Harley he's on the air now. So they would take their squad car thing. They call the hotline over there. Math and go Jim would answer the phone Joe Beth, and they go this is Ellen PD. Are you willing to take Tony? You will you will you be responsible for Tony Bonetti? And he's like. I'm in the back. I would say, yes. So the cop cars pull up outside Q M F at about four in the morning on his nineteen ninety two summer nights. And I would stand by the squad car, and they stay right there in Hollywood come out playing probably this song. And then he would run out and say I got him. I got him and I go thank you, Arlene. I worked for local eighty nine. Loading airplay jumper UPS, and I would come in after that. And do the morning show on my way. I would stop at Thornton's and get a subway sandwich. And I would get they will give you this fruit plate with. And you're not eating that come on. What are you talking about? So part of it with strawberries and cream. He said, hey, hey, we throw it away. So he started eating strawberry creek. And then he let the morning show because I would get there to do the morning show. Then he will let the morning show that I was bringing him in strawberries. Imagine what kind of rumors started after that. But Haley back in the day when there were characters we all played roles and characters on the radio. Yeah. He was. He was the he was that. He was a great rock radio character. He was a biker guy of the overnights, and he was he made a lot of people at GE GE, and and Ford and UPS third Shifter's happy. And even we worked mornings mid days. He worked all, but I think that overnight shift between in the eighties and nineties would made him famous Fayed about it.