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"karen allen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Oh, Director, community outreach and we're here to share with you positive, uplifting and encouraging stories of people who have used their time their talents. The resource is and their passion and they took Turned it into a meaningful purpose. We like to dive into these stories to learn how people from all kinds of backgrounds with all kinds of missions and goals are having a positive impact on our community. Our hope is that at the end of our nonprofit highlight You have learned about another great organization that's doing great work that may appeal to your own passion for giving back and you can get involved in some way. Now, some of you may know some may not that Ellen Becker Investment group was founded by Karen Allen backer and her daughter, Julie Ellen Becker's president. Now, although we're not a women on Lee Organization over two thirds of the employees are women I work with many talented, strong, intelligent, extraordinary women who like to make a difference in the community from a business as well as from a philanthropic standpoint, it's no surprise, then that Karen and Julie are members of the Women's Club of Wisconsin. Whose members are dedicated to the well being of the community. The women's Club of Wisconsin is the oldest operating women's club in the country. Actually, it was the first in the United States founded in 18 76 and is the oldest private club in Wisconsin. Today. We're gonna learn more about this great organization as well. Some of the organizations they support. My first guest today are carry Mattson Foundation, director of the Women's Club of Wisconsin and Pam Stark, who is a longtime board member and volunteer. Welcome to the show today, Ladies. Thank you very much. Thank you. So I understand that you consider your club to be a city club. Carrie. What does that mean? That's correct, Jill. You know our club is located in the city. You'll recognize other city clubs in Milwaukee. We're just not a country club. We don't have tennis courts. We don't have a golf course. But we do have things like a beautiful clubhouse. We have a ballroom and we have a great restaurant. No, I've been there for a number of Allah Becker events. It's beautiful, and the food is great, too, right? It sure is. I mentioned a few historical facts in the opening, but can you elaborate on some history? I'd be happy to. It's pretty amazing that before women even have the right to vote, the Women's Club of Wisconsin existed was founded in 18 76. I myself have always found that a really interesting fact. We were also the very first club built in Milwaukee before any other clubs, and it was built as a stock club. So the women in Milwaukee the women leadership watch shares of stock to build their building. And the clubhouse was dedicated December 9th in 18 87 and like you said before it is the oldest private club in Milwaukee, and it's the longest continuously running club in Nation and, Wow, I just had to be part of that. Well, it sounds like there was some pretty progressive women back in the late 18 hundreds right that we're contributing to the success of this organization. What sets you apart from other city clubs, then not country clubs, or what's right. You apart from other city clubs. Well, we're actually really even though we have a beautiful building and all the amenities of other city clubs were really a service club. We've been built on three basic principles of service learning..
"karen allen" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Are having a ball that's funny. Well, get over it. He seems fun. It's quite a trio. Really eso tonight seven o'clock, we will have the debate right here at 93 W II. Be safe from separate rooms over Zoom. I hope nobody misbehaves in that zoom call. Otherwise, what Tomorrow's will go off. All right. You kids are having a ball. That's funny. Well, get over. What's so fun? I I have some sad news, Jeff Bridges, you know him. Yes, I saw this morning of a good Oh, my God. What he is isn't lymphoma. Yes, He's being treated for lymphoma. I love him. The Big Lebowski. Grit through grief is so great in the remake of food. Great! You guys, I'm a god. I love him. You guys remember him as Starman? What? She heard you talking about a kind of dio such a terrible movie while I was like 17. Why something like that? Why? One. It's just like pop right into my head. As soon as we were talking about Jeff Bridges, do my God, It's so old. It's really, really old 70. Holy crap. Is that really, really old 70 years old ideas, he said. Quote. I have been diagnosed with lymphoma, although it is a serious disease. I feel fortunate that I have a great team of doctors, and the prognosis is good starting treatment, and we'll keep you posted on my recovery. He's got like he's been married to his wife forever. He's got three daughters. He's really close to his daughter. She's got like a couple of grand kids, and I just like him. He's one of the few. That's not weird. You know you guys and he's a man's man. Starman was released in 1984. That's basically the year I was born Karen Allen, innit member Because she was in the isn't that the one that was in the flapping her hand, Jones? Yeah, Yeah, she was in a two star meant I loved it like I ate that movie up. But it's just now looking back on it. I loved it in 1984. At which point I was, you know. Very, very, very, very young. Yeah. Starman, This will give me an opportunity to play my favorite scene from one of the greatest movies of all time. Which one? Is that? The Big Lebowski? Okay, but I don't King. Did you personally come and run? You speak English? Follow standing rice. I'll ask you again. Did I on your run? No, Like I said, Woo, I just want to understand this every time a rug is Mick terrain and upon in this fair city, I have to compensate the person. Come on, man. I'm not trying to scare anybody here. You know, I'm just, uh, just looking for a handout like every other Are you employed? Mr Lebowski? Wait, Let me let me explain something to you. I am not. Mr Lebowski. You're Mr Lebowski Time? The dude. So that's what you call me. You know that were his dude. Nous or ah, dude, her or I'll do to Reno. Brevity thing are you employed? Employer. You don't go out looking for a job dressed like that, do you on a weekday? So what is it? I know I love you get better soon, right, Jeff Bridges without her speed round is over. Are you one of those people who's sitting middle age and realizing your hair isn't quite as full or thick as it used to be. Are you seeing more hair in your brush or the shower drain and your used Tio? I noticed that happening to me, and I know how self conscious that could make you feel and I tried everything tonics, lotions, potions, gels, creams and wasted a ton of money. But then I found transitions and they helped me regain the fullness and texture that I was missing..
"karen allen" Discussed on Yeah, But Still
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"karen allen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"To money sense and Karen Allen backer founder and senior wealth advisor for the Olympics or investment growth my guest today is and Hannah and she is the managing director and founder of the total group which is a merger and acquisitions company that is located right here in downtown Milwaukee sure and before we took our break we you were talking a little bit about that opportunity might be pretty good right now to be considering selling your company or maybe even you know acquiring a company could you give us a kind of a little bit of a step by step idea for people who might be thinking about that what it entails and how they would work with that mergers and acquisitions company like yourself certainly you know I think the first thing to do would be to understand what your personal objectives objectives are what direction are you headed do you want to grow your business in which case you might want to grow through acquisition or do you want to sell your business are you retired are you close to retirement do you want to do something different with your life with your career or with your family so the first thing to do is just to get an understanding of what direction you're headed what you would like to do what you'd like to accomplish and what do you want to look like as we come out of this pandemic and as we start back into our business lives what what are the goals you want to achieve and then you want to you know be realistic I understand that it's going to take a sale process generally takes six to twelve months so I understand the bads this is not something that you can accomplish and two months or thirty days but you know have an idea and have be realistic about the time frame around that and the same holds true as holds true for acquisitions if you'd like to our purchase companies you want to get your arms around what are you looking for what are the size companies and how quickly do you want to accomplish that generally when you start on an acquisition process that could take you up to a year before you have your first acquisition once you have those two pieces in place then you want to be our proactive are you want to talk to someone like myself and we would be happy to talk to you and just walk through the steps and walk through what your business looks like and how the market would react to it if we can give you an idea of value so what we do when we talk to people yes we give them a very realistic view of what the process will look like and how the market might receive their company so we'll give you an idea of value because we want to understand we want you to have an understanding of what we expect to come out of a market process so if you'd be in a year and thinking about this I feel free to reach out to me are you can find me at Toro group dot com or you can give me a call at four one four four six five five five three seven and we're happy to walk through this with you a no charge to the company but you'll want to so you want to be proactive you wanna talk to advisers you want to put a deal team together which would be your investment banker or someone like myself you'll want to also hire an attorney and you want to involve your CPA and put together a game plan and then finally what you're going to want to do is during this time if you're thinking of going to market is you're going to want to track all the financial impacts of coal bid on your business what we're anticipating coming out of this is that as you have heard in the past is we normalized earnings when we when we present your company to market and we will look at the effects that Colbert has had on your business and we will normalize those out of your earnings so that a buyer could get an idea of what your company looks like but when you're not going through a friend down making it in a normal course of business and and I just want to say that the spelling of Toro group is T. A. U. R. E. A. U. group yes things like that so that they can find you on the web and I know that a lot of business owners for maybe one of the first times where it's banned so blatant is to worry about could I get second diet this pandemic I think it's one of the first times that you know people of really beat got have become afraid they didn't know how to handle and what this was going to be to them and I think for that business owner it's really a good time to think about what yes you had passed away what if you had gotten sick who is the one that's going to step into that company is going to step into those shoes and run it and I know we have an account we have an attorney I mean and one of the shows coming up as well as a CPA to talk about some of those things but it's really important to have a plan and I know when you're thinking about selling your company there's always that question will I stay am I the only one that is really got all the information have I taught people the fish are all of those questions can you talk a little bit about that for the business owner and the perspective what that impact is if they haven't done the important planning of succession planning and the strength of the company in in reference to that right and you bring up a great point Kerr and succession planning what you're talking about a succession planning and it's so important R. even if you don't get L. or you don't leave the business of the value of your business will increase if you can show that your business operates under institutional knowledge that it's not tribal knowledge that's in your hand that the management team of your company you're not set up like a wagon wheel with you in the center of it but rather you have a strong management team so not only does that help you in this situation should you get sick you know can the business continue without you but as a buyer comes and looks at your business they're going to want to see that once you retire once you leave your once you accept that they've got a strong management team are beneath you who's going to help them carry on the business so it's so very important it's important to your peace of mind and it's important to the value of your business you know and when I transition my daughter Julie into taking over the presidency of the LM backer investment group and that's now about five years ago I remember from me struggling with the whole idea of nobody I didn't want her to change my baby's clothes I mean it was My Baby you're now and letting all of that control and not trying to micromanage was one of the suggestions that you gave to me I'm I'm a girl you I remember you saying something like Karen take a really long vacation and I did I went to Asia for like seven weeks and just let her stay you know step into that role and of course she's done an absolutely amazing job of not only changing the baby's clothes but really creating a beautiful wardrobe to go along with that and I think that's a really tough thing for a lot of business owners to recognize and one of the things that I've learned in this pandemic because I was one of the people Julie would say you know we could have more people working from home and I said oh no I I don't think that's a good idea they have to be in the office and so many of us have learned that people can work at home and people can be a factor and can get their work done and create business and so I think that really learning from this pandemic and realizing that you know as a business owner also we don't have to control everything right nor do we need to have control of everything right because you've got you know if you've hired properly you have some and as you did care and you have some bright and talented people coming up behind you and they've got new ideas and they've got new energy and often times the best thing you can do for your business is take a step up and become a leader and a mentor and give oversight to those people and really just step out of their way and oftentimes there's a role for the like that for you when you sell your business buyers might retain new for a number of years to fill that role or they may retain new for a number of years to go into more of a sales role are we've sold many companies where the owners were initially the cheese sales people and you know most most successful businesses small businesses are run by people who are very sales oriented and oftentimes the sale of your business can allow you to go back to doing what you love which is one hundred percent sales without the headache of running the day to day business and the administration and HR and accounting and IT and all the other things that bog you down so there's a lot there's many many options and you don't necessarily have to leave the business just like you did care and you continue to be a mentor you continue to give the business oversight yet you've done a beautiful job of of moving out of the way and and allowing the the bright talented people are that you hired and trained to really develop my guest today is and Hannah she is the managing director and founder of the.
"karen allen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Karen Allen backer founder and senior investment advisor for the Allen backer investment group and I'd like to welcome you to our special series of MoneySense specifically dedicated to providing valuable information regarding what's next during the colder nineteen rotavirus pandemic for nearly thirty years I've been helping listeners learn how to relate many of the life situations to their finances no one gimmick has caused wide scale disruption in nearly every sector of our lives whether you're a business owner trying to keep your company viable individual looking terrible others are front line worker adjusting to a new normal or perhaps the recent events have you considering a career change no matter your personal situation we strive to meet you where you are our guests during the series include a futurist and economist a physician a psychologist as well as local walkie business professionals to get their perspective on what's next and how to apply that insight to your financial future yes important series will be aired on WISN ATM eleven thirty during our regular money since times which are Saturdays at two PM and Sundays at noon it will also be available on demand Elam backer dot com MoneySense or on stitcher Spotify apple podcasts and Google play we hope you will find these informative and be sure to share them with family and friends today my guest is doctor Jerrold Burnett and he is a clinical psychologist a marriage and family therapist and a certified sports psychologists specially in youth sports he has been in private practice in Laguna Niguel the thirty five plus years you may have caught him on the.
"karen allen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Welcome to money sensing Karen Allen backer my guest today is bill line and as I said earlier he has three offices in Glendale brook field Mequon and a fourth one in Colorado if you would like to give him a phone call you can do it at four one four eight four seven six two nine oh I know your car driving so I got to do is call he H. E. N. I've definitely got his number thank you anyways we you know we're going to try and get to the leases if we don't get to that in this last segment them please just give us a call at two six two six nine one thirty two hundred we can hook you up with Beller we can give you some information on that as well but we've got to go to my favorite document I'm sorry got to cover the favor document and the recent how this all started for me which is probably over ten years was I was teaching a class at freighter and it was and individuals who had transplants and I finished the whole class talkin about finances and a lot of these individuals were you know potentially worried about bankruptcy the insurance was going to run out a certain point they were wondering what they could do and I was literally almost walking out of the room and I saw all by the way I need you guys been in here money why me like six hands went up I can't and I said okay we're gonna talk some more and it was the fact was that if they went into bankruptcy or if something like that happen in the inherited money that money would have been captured back back away from them and what these parents would typically want is that money should be safe for them so that if they had more health issues they would have access to that and I remember coming back and talking to a couple attorneys about that and spent much time talking to you about that bell and said well again if we can protect them why can I protect my kids you know if something happens why can I protect my kids same thing as the M. and I bank you know why can't I take care of everybody as far as a state plan so bill would you talk a little bit about my favorite document which is the credit protection trust and how that works and particularly if we're looking at people of had their stay plenty documents done over six seven eight ten years because a lot of people didn't do it then and how impactful that can be sure you know talk to put it in context a little bit traditionally in state planning you'd see distributions to beneficially stir kids or grandkids out right in some form yeah probably seventy five percent of plans would say that a child will receive their share of the estate all right maybe it would be delayed maybe they'd receive half of their distribution at the age of twenty five and the balance of thirty I was very very typical a few years in two thousand fourteen Wisconsin enacted in new trust cold it's called the uniform trust code I won't get too high in the details on that but the uniform frescoed allows us to do some things that are a little more creative for for your beneficiaries the credit protection trust is a trust that we draft within or vocal living trusts so mom and dad establish their trust a lot of times the the motivation for it will be to avoid probate court involvement in their states and then we talk to the client about how they want to assets distributed they could still say we want to assets distributed all right two children but we can also offer them the option to leave the assets to the beneficiary in an ongoing creditor protection trust and that that trust is a trust that can go on really indefinitely it can go on in perpetuity for your child's life grandchildren and so on down the line but if you think about it.
"karen allen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Ninety cents and Karen Allen backer my guest today is Jonathan Jackson and he is the artistic and executive director of the Milwaukee film and Jonathan is been coming to talk to us about the Film Festival since two thousand and thirteen and so it has continued to grow which is very exciting and Jonathan I know I've had a little bit of a preview of some of the great films that are coming to to the Film Festival and it's it's almost to wanting to think about all the films that use green Karen and in order to start is to activate to so think about all taken this year and all the request that you get and I'm guessing how it works is that a lot of people want I mean how many films actually. want to be shown at the Film Festival I mean it's it's it's kind of unlimited because of the way we select the films for the festival worry what you would call a curated Film Festival so our programming team literally scours the globe travels to film festivals throughout the world has an open submission process and has a rigorous research process looking at all of these film festivals and identifying which films are screening at the most film festivals which films are receiving critical accolades and I I just can't overstate how there is more filmmaking in the world today there's more great filmmaking in the world today than ever before but the challenges and how you get that to a consumer and how you sort through the mass of film that's out there and and Milwaukee film access the content curator we strive to find the best mix of films for Milwaukee war not trying to necessarily be the festival that discovers the you know best new film in the world are striving is to curate the best selection of three hundred movies you're gonna find anywhere in the world and so we rely on films that have screened at several film festivals around the world our festival really serves as a bass stuff and that way our audience gets to experience the best Film Festival toss and they get the vote and they get the bottle. is fracking the Audience Award every year and to see which films and up being and there's often some surprises with that it's it's fun to see how individual choices are are rated by the audience but you know one of the things that we philosophy that we live by with festival programming is really trying to serve the entire community of Milwaukee in and one of the ways we do that is through our program categories and so there's films literally for everyone that you could imagine in Milwaukee including youth we have a great section called rated K. for kids which is for parents and for grandparents to bring their children as young as three years old two shorts programs or feature films that are actually picked by educators in the festival that's just it's a great experience for first time movie goers that goes along with program that is for people who love music so there's a program called sound vision and those are all music documentaries where you'll have some of the most iconic musicians of the day of our time this year there's a film on on Miles Davis there's a flashy you SMB Davis of blaster there wow that was amazing Sammy Davis this new film called Miles Davis birth of the cool is you know an excellent look at his entire life a lot of stuff that you wouldn't expect you know all carried along by his just amazing music but there's also a documentary on the lead singer of in excess there's a documentary about this iconic country music bar that has debuted and performed a lot of the great country music musicians over time but then you know go to a different program in the festival and you have a film called film feast which is a curated selection of movies about the culinary arts. so as you see with the festival there's really films for everyone you know one of the things that that I like to spotlight with the festival are sort of some movies that you might not normally seek out but our our in my opinion some of the best movies of the year a film like top and wedding which to me is like a good example of what you see at a Film Festival it's an Australian film that is a really heartwarming comedy family comedy about couple who's getting married in Australia and there's one hitch for this great amazing planned wedding which is that the bride's mother is missing and so they have to go on a quest through the outback in Australia to try to find and convince the mother of the bride to attend the wedding and it traces back into the aboriginal roots of the bride and it's it's a film about history about family it's funny it's extremely well made gorgeous visuals and that's the film that the audiences in Milwaukee would never have the chance to see without the festival you know another film that's like sort of unexpected in the festival where you know some people stereo type all film festivals just sees crazy are movies that I have to wear parade it goes well no we have a documentary this year called bloopers which is the caddies long walk that is that documentary narrated by Bill Murray who if you didn't know played a caddy in a movie some people talk about our at scene but this is actually a documentary about caddies and it's about the relationship of caddies with their call for you go to all of the iconic golf course is incredible visual footage of those courses you know one of the great stories is the relationship of Tom Watson and his caddy per. this ad words but it's a it's a fun gorgeous look at sort of that secondary story to the star that it often isn't told but you know one of the favorite documentaries we've ever shown by our audience was documentary about back up singers twenty feet from stardom this movie is very similar to that in that it's not the backup singers but it's the caddies and it's the story of the caddies and their and the call for you know another movie that strongly recommend this is a sort of surprise announcement to the festival it's a movie that is our sure front runner for the Oscars this year and you could see it first at the Film Festival it's called marriage story again you know you find a small films in the possible like top and wedding that you never see otherwise and find films like marriage story which stars Scarlett Johannson and Adam driver and this is a movie about sort of the dissolution of a marriage and it's incredibly hard felt incredibly well told amazing accolades for the acting performances in the film and is the new film from Nova bomb Bach so that's a film that you know is is sort of that unique experience you can have a festival seeing it a month or more before the general public can another movie opening night this year really excited by the opening night film it's called I want my MTV and so this is a documentary for absolutely all ages it's celebrate Tory movie that looks fat entrepreneurship and brand building in the spirit of how MTV was created in the eighties and nineties and then sort of its evolution to today but it's about how a cultural moment formed around this new television statement and television station and how it impacted the law. archer culture all of the famous musicians from that era are interviewed in the documentary the people behind the scenes to actually created M. T. V. are a part of it and at the screening on opening night the directors of the movie will be there some of the people who were interviewed in the film who created and TV will be there and so it's both a fun look at a popular culture moment but it's also at its core a story of a business and how that was created and it's one of my favorite movies in in the festival itself my guest today is Jonathan Jackson and he is here to stick an executive director of the marquee fell and when we come back Jonathan let's let's talk a little bit about some of the things I know you've got a whole list here of of different films but one of the things that I think Milwaukee doesn't realize that walkie film participates and is really getting the kids to the festival and filling up the theater and helping kids to really understand the value of film and what I love about it as I've gone to so many of the films and every time I come out feeling like I've learnt something or I felt something and in sometimes a look and think you know is that really going to be interesting and I remember the one year was the wind Somalis. and learning about what they actually go through to do that I was just so impressed so they're great films coming great things for kids and with that we'll be right back forty.
"karen allen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Welcome to money sensing Karen Allen backer my guest today is attorney John Marin and he is with the actually company and you can call him at two six two four oh nine two two seven seven or you can go to Diemer actually dot com dont let's finish up our last short segment here with a couple things that people could think about I'm talking in a family meeting and we do family meetings at our office all the time I would say as a first saying a family communication. about a question that would be like do you see this company in the future as a family inheritance or as an individual inheritance how does that play a role I think people need to decide whether or not they're going to be transferring the business as a as a working entity or they're gonna be trans having the business sold and or liquidated on sale and just become. money for the family in the. that really requires them to look at who's in the business and out of the business family members who is capable of running the business or not running the business because remember you bring up an instance awhile ago where a family member didn't realize that the people running the business wanted out and they didn't get it I've had that happen I had a situation where dad thought that the three children were going to operate this business forever and a big meeting about how it's going to happen they looked at dad and said we're out so you're gone the only reason we're sticking around is for you and here's a little bit shocked but then it started about is what is it is it the business going. completely as as a going in today or is it going to be liquidated in just become money that's going to be an inheritance for the family members to do what they want I remember we just had a meeting with another family and I looked at the father and the children were sitting there and I said how would you feel if they decide to sell the business and he went out well they're not going to do that and and finally he came around so well I suppose if nobody wants to run at I'd rather be sold thing. go to direct you know and and be destroyed but. his first comment was well nobody would want to sell it and that's not always the case no it really isn't. what about if we have one question a business cut continuation planning what would a plan to transfer leadership look like to you. you know that's a great question as a business or because they very rarely just like you said I don't like somebody changing my baby's clothes that's how owners are so they don't think about it in that helps my mind them focus in and take seven one of two directions one as these are the people within my organization and our family that have the capability to run this business and I really have to start grooming because I usually will ask that question if you're not around or maybe you don't want to be around when it was your name place in golf you'd like to have a little time you know to do the things that you want to do I while you're still young enough to do them who runs that day to day business and and how do you put them in that position that forces them to think that way the other thing it may lead do as a realization that there isn't anybody there at at the time that can be groomed and it starts in a process of looking outside the business to maybe bring in I just had a business at Prada outside of president C. E. O. an outside board of directors in his attitude was you know this business runs great if I can find a team that a run for me I can just keep getting dividends act as a consultant and and continue the value going forward until such time as I want to sell it or I'm gonna my family wants to sell it and you know done that is a great question not only to ask the owner of the company but to ask the family members or the team how do you see this transition working and your SUB I've been surprised at how rarely everybody sees it the same. yeah and and they don't talk if you don't ask the question the conversation never starts yeah. how another question how do you feel about the inheritance your children and grandchildren will receive. when asked one that when you when you get into that area it's always amazing to me where there's usually a big law on the conversation because that is something that people don't think about it all. and if you really need to boil it down who who are the natural bounty of my affection how do they handle money. what would be best for them because there are not again not every child sponsored or children or grandchildren has the same attitude about money you may have an artist. an artist is not gonna husband money you may want to put that in trust for that particular grand child so that they don't have to worry about it it also forces them to maybe open the conversation up with family members particularly the ones outside the business as to what their expectations are it can be an uncomfortable convert conversation but one that needs to be had and you are particularly good at going to that area and forcing that conversation take place because you recognize that's how you start good planning is knowing what people want you can't understand or do that in a vacuum well the other thing that is is important is that at least I feel this way I think everyone I've ever met is that we don't want money to destroy our children or certainly our grand children the more money you have the more difficult it is to make sure that that doesn't happen the most wonderful things that I can think of to my business where the things were they were really tough and and I had to make tough decisions and I don't want to take that away from Mike three kids and I don't want to take it away from my seven grandchildren and great grandchildren I have just because it's easy. book the millionaire next door yes one of my favorites very old but but it really talked about how you can how they've found that next generation wealth can really ruin children take it saps some of their individuality it sat some of their drive in it sat some of their opportunity to achieve on their own which is what creates self worth and who would ever really an intentionally want to do that but yet in a way if you don't do your planning and if you aren't thinking about it you are in a way intentionally. creating an impact that. none of us would want we work so hard we wouldn't want that and it's an impact of ignorance not of a desire in other words it's because they haven't thought about it. that they have engaged in it. well now she's really shaky in and telling me we've got to go we have a whole list of family questions that's only one of about fifteen or twenty that tiny uses and I use if you would like to contact us to do a family meeting please do so two six two six nine one thirty two hundred this is a great conversation if you'd like to share code Elam Becker dot com going radio shows and our show will be there and my guest today is attorney Dan Bern you can reach him at actually or just give me a call and as always I.
"karen allen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
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"karen allen" Discussed on Back To Work
"Come on down the steps now. Come on down the steps before I get there but I do have have an APP. I don't think you're going to human engineer that so much better I mean as soon as I see I see okay. You're on the way all right. I'm aware of that. That's cool. I'm watching it and then it says your person is almost is there. I go outside. I stand outside and wait for the car. I know not everybody is like that but you know the idea of like and I've joked about this of course before the idea of like I get a bloop. They're almost there. I get a bloop that they've arrived and then I get I get a text that says I'm here and it's like I. I don't know I e Fr- I'm in that generation X.. I guess I'm between the two generations where it's like. I don't love the over communication of the baby boom but I also don't really don't like the over Communication Shen of the generation whatever it what are what are we calling the youth on the young ones like our kids there. I've only seen them uncalled generation. I've actually heard them called post millennial 'cause I don't think they haven't because millennials are like in their thirty yeah. I just look this up if I had <hes>. I had a reason to look this up. I can't remember what the reason was but there was a there was a nice little chart that just showed showed you the the the date range so the baby boomers were born between nineteen forty four and nineteen sixty four and they are now fifty five to seventy five years old gen X. which is me is sixty five to seventy nine and they're forty to fifty four years old millennials. I guess which we we used to call Gen Y.. Before they had a name were from nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety four and they're twenty five to thirty nine years old and then I guess they'll post millennial millennial or Gen Z.. I guess we would have to call them or ninety five and two thousand fifteen and they're between four and twenty four years old <hes> well parts of big and you know it's it's weird because I'll put this Lincoln. The show is actually pretty cool but it it's it's weird because Blake. There is such a difference I and again there is something host I was watching. I showed my son the movie star Man <hes> and for no that's Jeff Bridges that dude before he was Jud and Karen Allen looking wonderful in this movie they're both both such beautiful for people in this movie and and and so they for people who don't know Starman is a wonderful wonderful story about an alien who is <hes> winds up. I don't WanNa ruin anything but he winds up on her. I'M NOT GONNA go into it and he takes the an and this is a spoiler for the first. Maybe two minutes of the movie key takes the form of jeopardize playing the alien takes the form of Karen Allen's Janey Hayden's deceased husband and I won't go into why or how but but it's a wonderful story and and I showed it to my son and he really liked it and this was a movie that I saw when I was about his age also in the early mid eighties and it's this great age story but it's funny because there are ref and it's hard for me to describe this particular issue that I'm trying to explain fine but that isn't there are there are references and I can't think of anything concrete either but this is a movie that came out and I'm going to say eighty three eighty four time period and there are references in this movie to a kind of a world that was slowly being being replaced..
Ex-soldier to be charged in Bloody Sunday killings
"The British government is stealing itself for another key Brexit vote in parliament having suffered two defeats in the last two days. It wants to approve asking the European Union for a short extension to the departure date Britain is currently due to leave in fifteen days time, but amid heated debate several factions are trying to alter the course of Brexit with amendments being voted on. Now ahead of the main motion. Danny abra heart explains Brexit is getting ever more complicated with time running out, it seems virtually certain parliaments will vote to request an extension. Prime Minister Theresa may wants this to be until the end of June. It would facilitate an orderly with juror if she can persuade MP's to back her twice rejected deal at a third attempt next week if not the delay would have to be longer one MP seeking an amendment to block MRs may bringing the deal back. Another once enough time for a second referendum and across party group. Is demanding a series of votes to identify what type of Brexit MP's could agree on this would rest control of the process from MRs may as they seek to carts. Brexit scored. You're not a former paratrooper is to be prosecuted over the so-called Bloody Sunday killings, the victims families say they're disappointed that only one person is being charged. Karen Allen
"karen allen" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"So I can't explain it, Brooke. I don't I can't explain it. But but clearly by the time, the movie was made all three of those guys were seeing Marian as the person that Karen Allen is who's more of a pier on to Harrison Ford grown woman. Yeah. And and her age difference with Harrison Ford, I don't think was extraordinarily at all. So clearly cooler heads prevailed. Thank god. So while we're talking about India Jones last week on the culture gap that stated classes talking about watching raiders the lost ark with this young kids. And he said he found it really problematic racially on that there was a lot of sort of you look at all of the non white characters in the film, and they are portrayed horribly. And that was not a thing. I saw at all when I went back and watched it for this episode a couple of years ago. But I can totally see that. I can totally imagine that washing through it with that in your head. You would recognize that? Oh, yeah. It is just a bunch of white people doing stuff and everyone who's not the white person in the movie does not fare well in each, and that's I think that's a fair criticism to look at the actual finished work because you're not looking back at the original intensive things. Sure. I mean at some point I rea- way far back every single movie every single movie will be problematic because society it was in our lens of today. Problematic thoroughly top tomato early. I mean, it's just so what's the point of the exercise? Yes. The answer is. Yes, it's all problematic. Yes. And so I don't want to sort of go back and remake rate is the lost ark to take care that that thing. But I think it's worth look it's worth noticing that about the movies. So that if we're trying to make a film in that spirit now to be blind for like, oh, you know, what we can't do that thing. Right. We we have to make for making that movie in twenty nineteen. You can't do that thing. And especially as we go into this era were making everything that has to be a thought early on in the process. It's like, okay. Just because we love this thing. Let's also be aware of the things that just we cannot be doing in twenty nineteen. Beyond. You know, maybe this is naive. But I feel like that conversation now is happening consistently across every single project in Hollywood M I naive, or do you think that it is? You are not naive. I would say it's not every single project. But I would say most studio projects at an early stage are being by full of that and feud I both worked on supply profile once there. Yes. Those conversations happen early on. Really? Yes. And which is good. And so the the path of this stuff is has been a somewhat promising one delayed. Sure. Too long. Yes. But it is. I think maybe a little easy to t- up some of these older movies and go, look, you know, it doesn't match our our enlightened view of now because that. Yeah. I mean, most movies for certain age are going to have really really problematic things. What I like about Brooks question is. She was bring up a specific thing from the scripted from the conversations about stuff in. Yeah. I'm I was thank you Brooke for reading in question. And and really specific answer view, Brooke about question number one. No, you would never want to go so far as to do that. I'm I'm just gonna I hate saying blanket things if your character is a pedophile, then we're not going to like him ever period. End. Don't do it. That will be breaking a rule. Wouldn't it crack Guay this is Craig stop it? So Craig hit us off with these rule breaker, I've been working on the script where I just because of the tone of what the project is it's it's very carefree and wild and lately, it seems to me that culture is starting to get a little more comfortable with acknowledging that culture exists not necessarily dipping into the meta because not everything needs to be met up. But as we write screenplays, there's a formality that we may not necessarily need all the time. And in fact, breaking some of these stuffy rules can kind of help bring your script to life and convey your intentions in fun ways. If it's done. Well, if it's done, you know for a purpose..
"karen allen" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Dan is going to be off some might say, so. And you are huddled up with some of your tightest allies talking about what what's the move going forward. So here's what I realized is that Mike at this point in the game was the one who decided we have the golden ticket. Let's take a lot with the glass, and I'm realizing that oh my gosh. I failed to act and did I miss my opportunity. And so in my mind, I come to Christian guy to Nick and more more. So I always spoke through Christian and Gabby. And I said, I know the strikeforce I know that first six didn't work out. But can we have a Murali insz and got like what are these days? But I say, you know, instead of Mike can we swap and Keira because I think the thing is Karen, I were really close Goliath, and then when the Burj hit she sort of went back to Dan at first, and I she and her sorry she and I had it out. And I say I feel like I lost you. I lost you somewhere. Along the way, and she's like, no, never I'm with you. And and so it wasn't until we had to reconnect a couple of days after the merge. But so then I'm like, okay. I'm with CARA. Karen Alec are now good because care felt hurt by the vulnerability of Alec. Aliyah? And I thought so these are these are the people I wanna work with and I vote can we still have this strikeforce? And it wasn't too late. Did I did I fail to act soon early enough and I come to Christian. I say, okay. This is our mere alliance your doctor. I'm Dr so we mirror each other. I'm so sorry say like I. It's going to be it's like a backup without Mike wife. Okay. I'm here for go ahead. With the MIR. I'm like, okay. I know we have Alec. And I mean Alec Nick, and they're two very guys from two different watts light so near that way. And then my metaphor like starts to get really hazy. And I'm like we have carrying Gabby both of whom I adore and laws and cherish. They're both women. So. Jammed up. But that's so what do we do that? Anyways. On the near Lyon. When we come back from that tribal. I mean, obviously, Karen Allen, I reconnected I'm thinking like, okay. Let's run through all of the scenarios. And I literally sit there like a game. And I'm like what if they have a vote steal. What if they have a vote seal that you only reveal in the confessional? What if not I'm sorry extra votes? So we wouldn't know about that. And then I say what if there was an advantage that never happened. And I say remember day one just said not. Who has the advantage? But what is the advantage? And I say there's a new advantage in this game. Don't know what it is. How you figure out? I I didn't figure out that. There was an idol Noll fire by any means. But I was definitely those words stood out to me on the barge because there was just such an emphatic nature with which Jeff's folks them, and so then what I was reeling from those tribal council bane like Wiley little David's they are. So sneaky. I had to come up with everything that could have been in their magic bag of tricks. And and that was one of the things I was like there's an advantage out there that we cannot account for let's talk through the scenarios and count for everything else. The mirror alliance is talked about here. And we see CARA is talking about how hey, we should maybe takeout, Dan because he has the idol, but why doesn't this work here? It seems like you guys are on board is it that the David's are more interested in their own thing because all the advantages they have because it's like that Nick is getting really annoyed during this episode that you guys keep going and having these meetings. So there was one meeting, and it was very inadvertent..
"karen allen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Didn't take long for the corrections to start piling in at Clements. Went animal house expert on everybody in you. The listeners have corrected immediately. I'm host was nominated for an Academy Award for Amadeus did not win. I'm all to Corning to texture here did not win the Oscar from day as his co star f Murray Abraham one was nominated rare instance of to lead Astor's nominated for the same film in my mind, and he was better than Murray. And also he is his name was not otter was Pinto. He was Pinto. An animal had whole segment is discharge upside down on you. I'm sorry. I got excited come all always said fondness for Marion warmer Marianne warmer. Dean warmers wife died. Yes. Not in the movie. She didn't die. She wasn't killed by the death mobile. No. She was but and then that started this whole thing about actors accomplish dot com, which he was one. Yes, they were an animal house, which is about as low budget as you can get directed by Landis. John Landis, Sam Landis who told me. I can save told me because I asked him he said that most of what Belushi did was ad libbed. Wow. He said a lot of the movie was lived. But he said almost all of what Belushi did was just add lift I think Donald Sutherland has to get the ward for the most accomplished most accomplished, Kevin bacon. Thank you, sir. May I have another all. Would be a close second. I don't know. If Tim Matheson who went on to become a gynecologist in Beverly Hills. Yes. Dean warmers wife. Yes, he also was on the great Chevy Chase movie Fletch. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know that he really went on anything of great significance now in a lot of movies. But the guy Bruce McGill has the best best up and down career. Bruce, Bruce McGill and Kevin bacon. I would say. Kevin bacon to and Karen Allen had a good resume Aaron Allen must famous four. She was for raiders of the star. Yeah. Very good in that that's mailbox money there. Yeah. I don't know. What else she was in it? Star Manchus movie called Starman, which was very good. It's it's similar to fast ridgemont high. And that there was a bunch of different people with small roles who Kevin bacon. Kevin bacon was nothing in that movie except Nita Myers. The guy you hated Nita Miot need, of course, he later we learned that he was killed by his own troops in Vietnam. His name is Mark Metcalf who played Douglas Meyer, and he's still alive. Yeah. Kevin bacon was just. Did he do anything other than get spanked in the movie, and I'm not kidding? When I say, well, all is well. Trample them. All there's well. Yes, sir. Can I have another new that part? Yes. All right. Eight three six zero five ninety toll free eight seven seven five nine zero KLBJ. Peter Rieger was good too. He was really really good. What's what's the name of the movie was ended at at at a local hero with Burt Lancaster about the oil business in Houston. And they want to try to set up a a place in Scotland. For oil companies are really good local hero was a great movie Associated Press reports Trump closer to declaring emergency. Donald Trump is edging closer to declaring a national. I mean, how does he know this edging closer? I don't even know what that means. Donald Trump is edgy cloak Holzer. Declaring a national emergency to pay for his long promised US Mexico border as well as pressure mounts in the three week impasse that has closed parts of the government, blah, blah, blah. One of the funny things about the whole Mexico. Paying is on the Trump campaign website. It says they can write us a check. It's on the website backed off on that on the website. This goes on to say as he's made the point yesterday. And I don't know if he's going to say it again today. If for any reason quotes, we don't get this going I will declare a national emergency. Now. Of course, the question, then would be what's the timeframe for getting this going? It's not an Jeff he went on -mergency, and please don't or call in and tell us why it's a nice down and numbers five one eight three six zero five ninety. He went on to say his lawyers told him the action would withstand legal scrutiny one hundred percent when he says that it's usually not true, right? That means five percent. It may and you can go online now and Google probably half a dozen articles of legal scholars that that you'll read the stuff and it will make your face hurt. But it certainly has ramped up to discussion of executive powers. It's not just his ability to declare it the issue, then would become well, congress has to fund it. He can't just go and create a pool of money. Right. He can declare a national emergency. And then somebody asked to say, here's the pool of money. I think you'll end up doing it. I don't know where it ends up. I think he'll do it. Because I think the pressure is on him from the echo chamber. Well, I kind of agree with Howard Stern says he's in a political box. It's -actly, but it's a box. That is good for him. I'm named saying him him him. I this way operates is. It's a good box for him for a firm. I disagree with him a lot. But on this one, I agree with them to some extent because Democrats voted for the exact same thing in two thousand and six hundred George Bush. They supported the same thing under Barack Obama. Now, he wants to expand it and all of a sudden they're going. Oh, no a wall. That's that's very dish. Ingenuous of Chucky and Pelosi, and it's got to be again, you're yell at me. There's gotta be a medium ground. You gotta you gotta negotiate with this thing you call me naive at times. That's the most knife groundwood naive. I know they don't exist or compromising on not even sure they exist for the general taxpayer they exist for the people who vote them into office. That's all end of story. That's the only people that they serve Trump. That's. David you right KLBJ? Hello, david. Yes. I was calling that you were referencing. Kevin bacon. What else did he have? Say thank you, man. I have another one switched out the test. For the wrong cast cheated on the Meyer did that. But that was the other guy because they got him out of the dumpster. Right. She got about. Dumpster. He recalled Mike the carbon cod had cried. He was you're exactly right. The member famous lie or they give back to delta house. They do the guy says they got the wrong test. You Mojo raw rods that was Kenny who that was the end of that was the national lampoon founder who said that that was later. Right. I always enjoy it. When you bring up animal house could it takes me back. You know, where it was filmed, right? You know, where the movie was filmed. No, Oregon university of Oregon campus early. I never knew that. Yep. Never the famous statue there on campus during. What are the famous statue say? Knowledge. Knowledge is good knowledge is good. What'd you moron? Something else about that. I attorney over the trivia that goes along with the song when Belushi breaks the guitar, which of course, was ad libbed. I gave my wife something about that. Saw. Oh, it was Stephen Bishop fooled around and fell in love guy. Yes. Yes. I got actually had always great. Well, they, hey. Oh, no. No. No, no, no, Johnny fooled around and fell. Yeah. He had a few hits. And I don't even know. I love that Doug Kenney. But what you moron..
"karen allen" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"It's thicker, more natural looking. It was greasy for about two weeks, but after that it has become a lot better because I think your body stops overcompensating for what you strip away yet biggest game in the world have no idea. We've convinced everyone to do this here. We here we are. I heard you do this a long time ago when you went on Kimmel ones, you haven't washed shower for while I remember that and I go, I do that. I get it. I have a nephew goes, you have to shower every day I go. No, I don't. Unless I'm really doing some physical, I will. But otherwise, no, I don't wash my hair every day. Ridiculous. It's stupid for your hair. I know it is the little I have left. I don't do it every day. Well, how can it? I think the article basically says that shampoos who had been around. We've been around for millions of years chiampou it's been around for five minutes invented in eighteen seventy seven haired I introduced nineteen seven hairspray in the fifties. We got along just fine before all that did. Yes. You know those Elizabeth and movies, these huge Maine's oh my God. Yeah. I don't go the longest when you when you were doing that. Oh, God. He's still. Years and counting my wife even said he doesn't smell. He's not a smelly person because they didn't believe me. There were New York didn't. It's impossible. I go. I don't smell be fair to them. You do look smell in person. I have a Guinea early getting. I get it. Yeah, but now my fifties, I don't produce all used to be like fucking ball repeats. And the old now. Yeah, I started to realize I don't think you need it for your hair. You don't really need it for your body. I warm Rindt every day is a good for what else? Yeah, and I do it every morning. I just take a hot rance and on done little face and little suds in the junk. If you think it's your borough. You're going to get a time. You know, that kind of thing. But other than that, see, Dr drew, I'll fucking typhus on me. All right. What else have we got is that it we got one more great. So this is from at Scott swindler. He's wants to remind everybody. They'll rich banks. Classic constant grazing is a parody of song by Katie laying on purpose or just awesome coincidence. I'm trying to think. I've always said Mike August looked like when I met my dog, I met him with James Dickson and I shared James fix. It looks like Karen Allen from animal house and from all those movies and you can find a picture of Karen Allen that looks like James Dickson. And so I went, I mend their a team. I was like your Katie Lang. August Dixon was laughing his ass. Uncanny. And I looked at your Katie Lang and other one I sit in your Karen Allen, I didn't even want need to pick two chicks I, it's just to do to look like two two checks. And then I said, Mike is constantly eatings constantly grazing. So so rich banks will play the song. Grew..
"karen allen" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"We see several black Africans on this boat. They are the few people of color with speaking roles, but guess what? They're pirates are still bad guys. I mean, I mean, yeah, pirates, you know, the ones known for raping and stealing, not to be fair. Indiana Jones is known for those two things as well. So really perhaps they're just cut of the same cloth. But yeah, it's like, okay, these are only these are the only way geared to that we're allowing to speak and they're like, hey, let's sell the only female character into prostitution. Yeah, how you know, I can't remember when I was like there's some nuance to this. I honestly no longer feel that way. Yeah, feel that way that I've got, really, there's a, there's a storm brewing in my head about, I mean, yeah, I and I have no attachment to these sorts. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Few last things I wanted to bring up is that as with many action movie franchises, the hero gets older, but the love interests stay the same age or in some cases they get younger so visit today. Did it talking strictly about the actors that play the female leads in these movies? So not the characters ages, but the actors ages at the time raiders of the lost ark comes out Harrison. Ford is thirty nine years old. Karen Allen is thirty. Not the worst. Not not too big of.
"karen allen" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Difference yourself Today's topic of discussion is respect now. I imagine some, of you are having Aretha Franklin running through your mind. Right now our ESP SETI right we're talking respect and honor I saw something on social media, the other day asking the question do our children really. Know the meaning of why we celebrate Memorial Day a select few did but I guess vast majority of the kids who was like a day off of school or a? Way, to kick off their summer and I thought gosh that's kinda that's that's really sad actually if. You have. A, vet in, your, family lineage you're more than likely to talk to your kids about the importance of the celebration but. If not I, don't think it's being discussed like. It should be I also think it should be something that's talked about more. Often than just on Memorial Day but I'm guessing that doesn't happen all too, often either so how can we be sure that we are honoring and showing respect all. Throughout the year to the over twenty one, million US veterans that have sacrificed for. Our freedom well one thing we can do is educate our community about the The various nonprofit organizations that are. Out there that, are doing just, that and perhaps we can get involved in spirit and show our respect as well my first, guest is Debbie Buchanan executive director of Milwaukee homeless veterans initiative and woven which is the women's veterans initiative welcome to the show Debbie, thank you so, much, for having. Me. Glad to have. You. Here I was first introduced to your nonprofit at, a lake country charity event that I attended back in March with Karen Allen Becker. And I heard, about some of the great things that you're doing for. Vets so can you start by giving us a history of the Milwaukee homeless bats and y, you got involved with the organization absolutely Milwaukee homeless veterans. Initiative began as mission about ten years ago with to Vietnam veterans who started going out doing outreach finding veterans and parks and shelters under bridges wherever they seek refuge to? Find, out what resources services they couldn't would need to get back Into a regular way of life for them so they began with handing out sleeping mats personal hygiene items in food and then connecting them to shelters. And other resources in the community, to help them get, on their feet, okay and, so how did you what struck. A chord with you as. Far as why you wanted to get involved what struck a chord. With me as I myself as a veteran I went into the military directly after high school I come from a family of. Servicemen my dad was in Vietnam many of my uncles served and just realizing. That growing up as a child that I really didn't understand the, impact, of, their service? And what they've done for our. Country and, for the citizens of of where we live so Dan incited me to go into the military and when I, returned my first civilian job was working in a hospital and seeing how many veterans that were coming through there for services that may not Qualify to be seen at other area hospitals and my heart just went out to them and I wanted to figure out. How I could serve our community I've been, working in nonprofit organizations for, about twenty five years and the last two years I have spent directly working with veterans and areas of. Employment. Housing and really helping to bring the families back together and every day is I'm working with veterans of my? Passion grows as I learned of? Their stories what they've done for, us and then working with a great group of. People to help secure the resources and. Services that they and their, families need yeah and you have personal experience so you kind of know what what it feels like number one what it feels like to be part of a family that has served and yet to serve yourself absolutely thank. You for your service thank you yes you so. You talked about the different resources in the different services that you guys provide can you elaborate for those veterans at are listening and for those non vet So they, get a better understanding of who and what you. Do absolutely as far as our mission goes our mission.
"karen allen" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Entire movie julie's doing fine europe but she just doesn't have that extra gear that a robert downey junior brings to the role yet her scenes with daniel craig are truthfully painful and i blame craig for that i really do because he stuck doing this nasal lead jug head voice because that's the only way he can hide is british accent it really it comes through so often there's times we hear him go brit but i think that was supposed to be a relationship where they could play off of each other better but it just never comes across that way it never plays out the way i would suspect that karen allen and harrison ford we didn't have a flashback to their backstory but you could feel it in there seems together we felt that tension if they're trying to recreate that and i think they're halfheartedly trying to recreate that it's definitely not playing on a raiders the lost ark level it's not really even playing on last crusade level there are hoping this skate above crystal skull at this point eight don't want it to become too mechanical but i do like any movie that can be a fun travelogue this movie's entertainment value a lot of it for me is to be able to globetrotting and i've been to cambodia i've been to see him reap i've been to wear she's going to about a year after they filmed this i think and it is great fun to go back and see the temples it is i wish that she showed intelligence her father handholds her this entire way that letter remember the jasmine the one place this special white jasmine rose so he is telling her go to cambodia he's not putting it in so many words less the alumina oddy read the latter but she doesn't have to figure anything out everybody else around her figure stuff out as she just goes to places when she gets there west and company are already waiting yeah that's disappointing end there some ghost children no don't forget an honor.