18 Burst results for "Ken Lay"
"ken lay" Discussed on PTI
"It in by turning the questions over to you. I hear you. I love this wonder. Did max scherzer. Just pass walker builder in the nl. Cy young race pass. No if you if you're playing what have you done for me lately. Janet jackson then yeah. Shirts are had assures or game last. They had thirteen strikeouts. You know i mean he just. He dominated a game that the dodgers needed to have and that's also clutch but their record. The wind told us are about the same thirteen and three thirteen. And four. the er as are about the same. I mean miniscule differences in both of those tony and that's what we call the rest of the season being for because each one is going to get about four starts. We'll we'll figure it out. The dodgers need both of them. They got both of them got roughed up in his latest latest star. But we're not playing. What have you done for me lately. You will because you want to boost shirts no matter what but i'm gonna win gonna lose. We'll see look walker buehler got ripped by the giants in a very important game. He went three innings. He gave up six earned and because of that loss the giants now on the tiebreaker. Should that be important against the dodgers but buehler has a lovely record thirteen and three and a two three one. Era sure are as you said comes back. The next day throws eight gives up no earned strikes out thirteen in law. Nobody here sears. Her with the dodgers. Mike started seven games with the dodgers. Dodgers have won a mall sherzer five zero with a one oh five. Era sixty three strikeouts in forty three innings and only five walks. Nobody's done that since called facts. He is this year's justin verlander. I don't know that he's passed bueller. And you're right. They're going to have the opportunity to go back and forth but when he looked like a luxury now he's a necessity now he was either on a luxury. He was a necessity. And he's going to be that the rest of the regular season and presumably in the playoffs. How big a deal is patrick. Ken lay winning the fedex cup. First of all if anybody wants to say it's not a big deal to fifteen million dollars and that person would either be a billionaire or fool so fifteen million dollars to go out to tony when you're standing over those putts you know how we play at it. You know. we're talking a little bit of trash and you may say to me. Imagine this push for a million dollars. Big boy let's see if you can make it well. It was for them so many times during this candidate with the candidates performance tony. He won four times. I get it that jon rahm could say. He outplayed him in two of those four. Because jon rahm was taken off the golf course in one and then he started off several strokes behind three three strokes behind. I guess and the other. But i'm going to say can't lay. It's a big big big deal to finish the way he did and win that much money. So let's tell people what's what's going to happen if you and i are playing for any money at all and you're standing over four foot or you're waiting for me to say kick it up and he'll for me to say. Ken lay had a great run and can't lay putty spectacularly at caves valley knowledge beliefs. Good good and he held off rahm but did he beat romm. He beat them because of these strokes that he got going into this particular strokes in. Yeah because here's what he shot. He shot to sixty nine. Which is wonderful. But ron shot to sixty six and shaw flake to sixty eight and not to sixty six. So on a regular metal play event. Rahm is gonna win. I'll tell you this if you were watching an eighteen. If that's a regular event roms not shipping. Try and get it in. He's putting because he's three shots ahead. That's that's right. He's not going to have to try to chip. But here lay all the credit in the world to candle walls in the world but to number one play right now in the world is john ron john. It can't can't list one but you'd take either one hundred percent enough female..
"ken lay" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"He's a big bright. He's a big powerful man. How is built from the ground up. If you watch meeting a short iron from the rough you see it. He is built like an offensive lineman. He really is as the best player in the world right now. They had a duel in the sun for three days. Basically just two guys. Justin thomas receded kevin. Na couldn't get started fast too for back. None of these guys were close enough to make it matter on the eighteenth hole yesterday and canley did not put nearly as well yesterday as he has for the last two weeks and he allowed rahm to believe that rahm could win miss that i think those were four feet four feet and let rahm back in on the eighteenth hole the par-five both guys get onto into rahm gets on first with a great shot about twelve feet to the french and patrick can't lay hits the best shot. He hit on the tournament other than a pot because he got on the green and was closer on into had a legitimate eagle. They both had eagle putts. Jon rahm looking at where patrick can't lay is and knowing he's not going to do worse than birdie. The whole jon rahm has to make the third shot to have any chance to win. The tournament has to make it. And now i turned to my son the golfer. He's on the fringe boy. Oh boy oh my taken out of putter. There is no question in my mind. I am taking out a putter. I'm role it. It's straight downhill. Putt and he takes out a wedge. Please explain to me and anybody else out there. Who doesn't understand how great these guys are with wedges how they could think there is good with wedges as with potter's. Well it's going to be. They know they're landing spot and they know their spin. But i think the the final piece here has to do with the grain of the grass. This is not something that we deal with here. And i think that's what makes this level of you know. The difference between the top five ten wedge players is their ability to go from grass surface to grass surface. You tennessee over career. Some people pitch and chip much better on a different type of fairway. What's odd with rahm. Those he saw earlier in the tournament from about four or five feet off he went with the putter. And that just shows you. How true the surfaces so i'm not i'm not sure exactly what the mindset was but it might have just been this perfect number for him where he says i got this. You know this baseline ten yard chip. And i know i don't have to worry about any variable before it gets to that number so i'm basically taking off the first two thirds of any impurities. That might happen. If i were to take the butter the first little bit of that grass gets it offline before it even gets on the surface so let me explain to people who don't play golf for people on my level if you have a ball in the fringe and you can put it. You always put it. Because you're afraid of a wedge. You're afraid of a swing. There's no swing with potter. You just drop it down. And so when i see this go whoa and he has his caddy takeout the flag because he doesn't wanna hit it too hard and bounce it out and he is. There's no there should be no question in anyone's mind. Jon rahm believes he's gonna make this. Oh yeah he believes gonna make he missed it. Left by eight inches. The line he was on was a little bit left but he believed he was going to make it at that point patrick. Ken lay has two parts to win. And cosies it up to six inches and wins and i watch rahm rahm is. He's big and he strong and he seems to know what he's doing and he's for a big man he's very very soft around. The green knows what he's right. It's easy it's easy to say. He has the spanish hands. But if you watch him pitch the ball. What does that mean. You just go back to seven seven to manipulate the club. The club face so that interaction of of the the club that bounce the leading edges. It all works with the ground to get the strength that he wants but this to me is going back to earlier spots where you start to look at the impact of this the volume of fifteen million dollars and he started to say was that short. Putt missed by. Can't lay was at just the you know you look over a couple of weeks where he hadn't missed anything else. There's no way you can continue. Fourteen plus strokes gained on the field. So if you start to say there's a little minus they're going into the final round that's fine but when you start to see that amount of money you start to get the you know you might see the twitch second places five million so that's why you sit there five million. I don't know why it's seemed like it'd be happy straight to the putter to putt. Yeah it sits five million dollars. You're missing the big story though you're looking at this and go the big winners this is you've had two guys who basically tried to coast the first two days to see. What does the tournament become already know where my starting point is but as anyone else going to put out a historic number here in a try and change the shape and now you're just shrinking it to to eventually become nine holes. Were you run out of holes eventually. Like kevin did so. It's it's fairly boring. It's much more boring than the week before the bmw would caves value for the torture. Warship happened right. When the leaders routine off which was walking neiman had a chance to break. Kevin gnaws record for the fastest round. He always etched in one hour and fifty three men. He went out alone when out alone finished in one fifty. Three fifty fantastic and was to over on the day did not did not play as well. So let me get to. What objection as i've said many times on this show. I believe that when you get to the finals there's only thirty people it ought to be winner-take-all there should be no stroke. Advantages no cumulative stroke advantages. Patrick can't lay was awarded ten shots before he even teed off ten shots half the field. He's got ten shots on and then it grades out for the other half of the field. Patrick can't lay is a great player. Shot to sixty nine. And he won by one shot over. Jon rahm who shot to sixty six. Where's the fairness in that jon. Rahm should have won this tournament by two strokes kevin. Aw to sixty six now. He's five back of patrick canley. But he's three better than can't lay justin. Thomas is even with canley zander. Shaw flay is one better. He would have beaten canley in the tournament. Victor offline was even with him. This does not compute for me. I think when you're this great dishes advantage in basketball. If you had the best record for the year you get one home game more than somebody else. But you don't get five. You don't get seven. You don't get that that. I in other sports. There is not this handicapping system and you could say well. Golf is a sport handicaps. But it's not this kind of handicap to even things out not metal. Play no stephen things out that day you know like just for betting purposes. I don't like this to you. You're i don't like this. I would say i like it better than before. We had to rely on sands leading up saying. Here's the potential outcome and again you come back to the tiger woods scenario where the story of the year is tiger woods wins it and have justin rose tapping in for. What was it a par. Bogey and he's doing the quiet fist-bump as everyone's celebrating with with tigers because he gets the money to me. I guess the issue is those players and you look at this. If there's thirty players here do you think about kepco. Who had to withdraw because of injury. patrick reed..
"ken lay" Discussed on The Tom Dupree Show
"Reunions at at. Ken lay. Well the thing that i remember vividly is that my mother and her sister at jenny would sit out in the hall and watches to make sure we weren't getting any trouble so We had the mind there and we did but we had wonderful times there at the lake resort and we went there for many years before we changed locations and moved into more exotic places. All right cookie. Let me ask you something. You're in a coca-cola business but we're going to get into that in the second half of the hour but you were always a who liked to go out and look at the flea markets and the different Little antique stores. And you like to look for memorabilia and that that was kind of a hobby of yours correct. Yes it was. And i loved it. I went to every flea market. I could find every weekend flea market. enjoyed it very much had act. Had to collect something. So i collected grapefruit knives. Now you know. There's not very many people that collect that item. But i've got one hundred twenty. Three grapefruit knives all different. So you also collected coke coca cola memorabilia trays and the different Did we We we were. We used to put them on display in a glass case at our place of business and we had a really nice display case of coke memorabilia. Howl over you when the family moved to springfield or were you even born yet. Alive was i was not born. They moved there in my mother and father His two brothers moved there in nineteen twenty When they bought the coca cola franchise. And i came along in nineteen thirty. Okay so you and my dad were born in the same year and my mother. Yeah okay all right. So the thing that. I'm kind of trying to convey in a may not do a good job of but the family had this sort of geographic Split if you will yet remained close. There was something the driving force that kept the family still getting together loving each other Well there's no question what it was the two girls. My mother clara and her sister virginia and they were determined to keep the family. That's what it is. That's the that's the poor many ears we met every year and then later on as the family grew larger and there was more generations. We moved every other year because it was tough with the people and young babies to get together so But now it's been going on for a long time it has been and it's to me. It's nothing short of of of miraculous. Now you're what we call the high command and near the last remaining member of what we used to call the hackman man is is when you were younger. The high command was granted in miami. That's right and and let me talk a little bit. Let's talk a little bit about your father whom we call pappy. I'd like to just just reminisce a little bit about pappy. Well my father started out as a banker he was a taylor in the bank info and fulton kentucky. And my uncle earl. The second brother learned about the coca. Cola bottling plant and in springfield being sold and he and my father uncle. Richard drove to springfield and exam on the Examined the business and then they then decided to go ahead and acquire the business and they moved to springfield in eighteen. Twenty okay so that's a pretty big jump. I mean you're going out there. The roads aren't even paved. No i mean where's springfield missouri. I mean it's it's kind of like the wild wild west bit and they go out there they had to have had some tremendous entrepreneurial element to them and Vision and somebody saw something. That was gonna happen. That hasn't happened yet. Well they saw the success of a coca cola and fulton and so they dreamed of owning a coca cola plant and went uncle. Richard found that plant. That's where they went and They were able to buy it from some people that live north of springfield. And it's been a great story ever since pappy. Your father loved to travel talk a little bit about some of the different places that he and miami went and took you all in or maybe went on their own. Well they love to drive and travel and so we drove all over the united states. I mostly through the west because they love the west And i and our route was always north. Going out and south coming back and we had and we stopped at all the towns out there. I i used to have a great deal of knowledge about the western gunslinger. That were out there now. At ninety i've that's passed by me so another place they liked was international falls. Didn't they like to go up there. yes they did. They certainly did a beautiful place and the wits in minnesota right. I can't remember exactly but the The falls had different levels of water flowing over them. And so i've seen the false when it was mostly rock and most then all water going over so they loved it and uh as did i okay another thing that you and with mail chimp you get more than a url. 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"ken lay" Discussed on American Scandal
"It's november nineteenth two thousand one and jeff mcmahon wonders. If this is how it feels to attend your funeral the waldorf astoria new york is heated of course but mcmahon's shivering as if he's outside on the snowy sidewalk man standing next to gregg wally their midway through a two hour presentation before an audience seventy-five lenders and two hundred bangers. The purpose of this presentation is to outline one by one. The challenges currently confronting enron mcmahon. And wally listened problems at a document and handed copies to all the attendees. It's sixty five pages. Long mcmahon and wally stick to the script they present themselves as the faces of the new enron. The old enron was purely earning string. Big man says with a deal shop mentality. The old enron justifiably earned it's dubious reputation as a black box as a result all creditor investor confidence has been lost. The company has no access to capital. It's debt has outpaced cash flow. it's lost too much. Money relied on. Faulty and misleading off-balance-sheet entities mcmahon promises enron has changed the new enron is dedicated to financial transparency open communication. There is no possibility that the executives and employees retained following the merger with dynegy will regress to the ways of old and ron mcmahon looks at the impassive faces of the bankers and lenders. He doesn't feel like anyone's buying this dog and pony show but he soldiers on he doesn't mention it here but he knows that this torturous day is far from over enron is scheduled to file its quarter report by nightfall and with it will come more admissions of guilt. Chuck watson will not be happy the following week. Ken lay arrives at another enron board meeting. Feeling point yes. The third quarter report landed with a thud last week. The company took a higher-than-expected loss of six hundred sixty four million and prospects looked him for the next quarter two of its. Sp's have more death assets. The debt collectors are demanding immediate payment of more than one billion dollars. Enron doesn't have that in its coffers. Chuck watson was furious when he saw the q. Three report and told lay that the only way he'd consider moving forward with merger now was if lay stepped away from the company once and for all but today lay has a plan. He has decided that he's not going to step down. And he thinks that watson will be okay with it. He believes that the light at the end of the tunnel is growing brighter and brighter. By the minute. He is convinced what he built is too strong too important. And simply to meaningful to america and the global energy business lay is one of the most well known corporate leaders in the world. Watson won't pass up and opportunity to acquire enron simply because lay wants to remain as chairman board members not in support lanes back in his chair. He believes he's pulled it off. Enron was pushed to the brink but because he held on dynegy will take over handle the debt and everyone will be able to move on as if two thousand one never happened. He reminds himself. The dynegy was always like enron's little brother short made money but never on enron scam. Watson was never on the cover of business magazines watson close with the bushes and shore and ron has its issues but with this acquisition watson can catapult himself into a whole other week he should feel grateful. Lay out the window at the surrounding skyscrapers. He's happy to be at the top of enron corporation. There's no place he'd rather be. It's morning on wednesday november. Twenty eighth when chuck watson calls ken lay. You was up until nearly midnight talking with banking officials. They all told him. Enron's debt load is beyond anything they could have anticipated and there will be no more loans which means enron can't borrow another dime from anyone in the world except dynegy but dynegy's not in the lending business when watson asked. Ken lay of there anymore. Shoes drop lay assured him there were none now the q. Three statement has led watson to conclude. Lay is stupid. Or liar and watson doesn't think lay stoop plus there are now rumours lay has changed his mind about stepping down and enron's ratings are in the toilet just morning. Snp downgraded and ron two notches. Moody's took snp's lead and downgraded enron as well fitch ratings followed suit. Everyone seems to agree. Enron is junk so watson keeps his conversation with. Ken lay short simple to the point. Can i've decided to terminate the merger. I'm disappointed this didn't work out. And i wish you the best of luck but if lays taken the news hard he doesn't show it. I'm disappointed to he replies motionless. I'll move onto our other alternatives. Watson hangs up..
"ken lay" Discussed on American Scandal
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The ken lay is beginning to crack under the pressure. Lay plods into the room. Sits down and rubs dark rings under his eyes. fastow's not sympathetic. Laid did this to himself. Maybe if they had promoted fas- out a coo. Instead of listening to sharon walk ins enron would be in better shape miserably lay sits at the head of the boardroom. Table set to begin. Another grim analysts. Call the pr department has written up an official explanation regarding the circumstances that led to the creation of algerian. It all sounds perfectly. Logical ron ashton. A fat lawyer from vienna chimes he proposes an edit that identifies fast hours the founder of the investment fund fastow can't contain himself. It was skilling. He screams everyone just stares at him. Even lay fast decides. Sit down the others. Do as well lay begins. The call lay tells those on the line that he's disappointed the stock prices so low especially since things were going so well. At the company pastel stifles a snort. Lay recites the prepared remarks regarding. Ljm it was an investment fund created counteract volatility related to various tech deals fastow voluntarily terminated his vomit with l. jam when it became apparent that his prominent position both in belgium and enron made some investors uncomfortable lay then adds that he has the highest confidence and fast down and thinks he's an outstanding cfo. It's a polite remark. Fastow acknowledges it with a flight not. It's his turn to talk now and keep things cheerful. No one needs to worry about. Enron's liquidity its banks still supported plus enron hasn't needed to dip into the three billion to keep socked away for emergencies lay asks if there are any other questions. Kurt launer of cfsp wants to see a balance sheet. When will it be available later. Shrugs the next balance sheet will be available at the usual time about a week or two after earnings are announced. Launer asks if the balance sheet can be distributed sooner lay says sure possibly and leaves it at that fast enroll says is. There's no chance of that happening. Dave fleischer from goldman sachs is next on the line and he doesn't it's words. The company's credibility is being severely questioned. He appreciates it's difficult for to go into details. But now is the time for full disclosure. There's an appearance that enron is hiding. Something make no mistake. And ron is in crisis and lay will need to have a conference call like this. Perhaps every morning from now on until investor confidence is fully restored lay holds up his hands and response. We are trying to be as transparent as we can. We are trying to provide information. We're not trying to conceal anything. We're not hiding anything. The next person to take over the conference call is richard grubman. Fast our remember some well. He's the guy that skilling called an asshole just a couple of months ago grubbing says that he did some calculations and think that enron correctly recognized all the losses taken when asterix went belly-up grubman says it appears enron took a bigger hit for mavericks than it's leading on chief accounting officer rick causey response and says that it's nothing to worry about enron created an. Sp called marlin designed to contain the asterix debt. So everything's fine. But grubman says he doesn't buy he's aware marlin and it has no value as an sp at all. Marlins simply does not have the financial resources required to cover the large debts generated by the failure of as arik causey begins to respond. But ken lay cuts him off. He tells grubman. I know you want to try the stock price down. And you've done a good job of doing that. But i think that's that let's move onto the next question. Fast down raises an eyebrow so the old man still got some fight left in him. Fast looks forward seeing how they will fare later that morning when he has to. Face enron employees lay enters. The houston. high in. The hotel's ballroom is packed. Wall to wall people that work for him. His crisis management team propose this they told lay. It was time to face employees directly to tell them that there was no reason to panic that enron would prevail like. It always has such reassuring. Words would mean a lot coming from the founder and ceo of the company lay weaves his way towards the podium. He tries to make eye contact with as many people as he can says. Good morning to each of them. He's going for confident. Convivial in control but the crowd is agitated to lay. They sound like a swarm. Angry hornets lay climbs steps that lead to the microphone then pauses momentarily. Usually at this point. He be greeted with thunderous applause and a standing ovation. But not today and runs workers. Sit and impatient silence. They're scared. And ron stock is trading at nineteen dollars. A share. Their retirement savings going up in smoke. They are desperate for a reason to believe in this company again so with a thoughtful non les surveys the crowd and begins good morning there. It is now. We've got a packed house. And i appreciate that now in any other circumstance i would probably have a few words to say to you regarding september eleventh on the many heroes. The roast the occasion on that awful day. But of course we're here to talk about enron because just like america's under attack by terrorism. I think we're under attack lay hold for applause but there is none which is odd. He thought that statement would get more. Support lay motion for enron president and ceo. Greg wally to approach the microphone may smiles. As wally lists enron's many business units and describes in detail the ways in which each unit is performing admirably lay. Takes over again. Thank you greg. Let's have a round of applause for greg wally..
"ken lay" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"German girl smile, Sheriff. This is not very catchy. Yeah, For some reason, None of those songs are still popular today. Well, I'm birthday 15 years ago, Ken Lay and Jeffrey Skilling, the executives from and Ron were both convicted. Of conspiracy to commit securities and wire fraud. You think that said they arrested those Democrats? That's true that in today, and 17 87 George Washington presided over the opening. The constitutional convention. Well, that's a pretty good one. Yeah, And that was the last time Philadelphia was worth visiting. Nobody's nobody goes to Philadelphia anymore. You don't want to be there. It's just an ugly, ugly place. And that's all the cool stuff that happened on this day in history Now, didn't you say you had a little bit of Yoda news for us? Yes, OK, Do Star Wars opened on this day. You may have missed me announced that just moments ago On this day in history, Star Wars opened on this date 1977 and became a thing and that's where Yoda lived in Star Wars. No, I got all that. I just thought when you said that there was gonna be Yoda news, that's not news. That's over it. That's olds. That's the hole that already happened. So yo does not in the news. What about baby? Oh, to anything going on with baby? Oh, you wish. Have we heard anything about baby Yoda? Where last I heard about man DeLorean is they were talking about letting that woman back in Oh, yeah. Gina Khurana. Gina Carano is going to be allowed. It's been interesting. Cancel culture can cancel itself. They canceled the cancel. Yeah, well, that's very awesome. I'm excited about that. Let's see here. Amanda. Laurie, Um, Frog Lady is the new favorite character of fans. According to many people online, and that go you didn't like the frog will let that go. The Frog lady was interesting because she had all the little baby frogs. And then baby Yoda would eat them. Yeah, because he doesn't know. But plus liberals probably love that eugenics. You know what I mean? I didn't mind the meeting the middle tadpoles and swimming around in that jar. I thought that was funny. He pulled him out of there. Like like, you know,.
"ken lay" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"No chance to stay. I want to get to our papa top early one because I want to have time to do it and make this second work out because I got some more things I want to get to but Me start by saying we here to Michael very show believe this into the long, hard week of working grown ass man. It'll be Asian woman ought to be a pop top from cold beer on the drive home. And as I told you in the last hour if you were here specifically, I want to pop a top to Sylvia Jones, who is the assistant to our market manager here, Our CEO in Houston. But I also want to pop the top to the broader category of you Know, when I was just coming up. I was a young man on the make lattes. I called almost every major corporation CEO in Houston. I called the old money Gas. I called the legends and invited Houston would know the names. Jack Blanton. They have been love and Bruce Leboeuf. Diaz. Burn e mean Buck Walter. I called Mark Shapiro. You name it. I called him on Gerald Hines. Ken Lay And I got in to meet those guys because I learned very quickly that most people who was who are calling the assistant to a powerful man, assume that the secretary is a nobody. And you're gonna bull your way past her. Wrong. Everybody up to the president respects the person that sits outside their door and answers that phone that is the gatekeeper and they have the full authority and power. That person on the other side. In fact, many times they will invest in you more than the guy inside will, because everybody's kissing his ass. But nobody's kissing. There's but guess what he relies on their eyes and ears and their good judgment, because.
"ken lay" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Show, any length of time, you know, that most of my favorite types of segments deal with somebody that has an interesting story to tell other times it may deal with someone that is relevant to an area that I'm interested in discussing other times, it may deal with someone who's experienced a real life story of redemption. But the person who's kind enough to join us on the phone right now Ken Lay claim to all of those titles. And then I'm sure a few more, I have to tell you a couple of weeks ago when I first read about this person in the magazine, the Atlantic, all I could say was, wow. Wow. That someone went through this and. Wow, that someone is using their experience to make the world, a better place. I am. Thrilled to be joined by Lou or ten zero who had been a trusted West Virginia doctor who got his patients and then himself hooked on opioids Dr or tens you. Thanks so much for coming on the radio with me this morning. Absolutely pleasure. So let's start from the very beginning take us to thirty something years ago. You're a doctor in West Virginia. How do you get to a point where you find yourself actually addicted to drugs? To be an forty years ago in early in crafters with found extraordinarily stressful. More patience to see more work to do than I possibly could expectations of myself that were pretty unrealistic about making everybody happy and being able to med, perhaps mega one. Well, keep everyone well and, and would day were stressful. If I had a headache at the end of the day, I had access short acting opiates, and I could end my sample covered the Bill me back bundle cleared. The drug samples doctors closet will not off your personal use them, how I believe. Oh, gosh. Maybe doctors get God like complex that, that the rules in the pot of me that I can handle anything. And so if I felt stress right a headache. Grab on is paying bills, and it really headache would gave me some relief of stress, but I found Jamie tremendously trip tremendous feeling by for your really could do anything. I could tell Donahue down fast locomotive playing and, and it, it just grew from there. Over years, time, sampling pain pills and sampling. More pain pills. And then eventually running out of samples that I could adequately acquire as my addiction glues as my name for them. Greece writing prescriptions patients, eight to get back to me at finally, when I ran out of patience that I could easily trust sublime me up. A forty paints today, I began to write project prescriptions in fill them and pharmacies. All of our area, somehow thinking that I could fly him the radar that would nobody's going on. And then I can fool everybody in m truly pull myself have problem. And that went on for quite some time years over decade shoot. You were one of the who whole regions leading prescribers of prescription pain medication. When did you go from doing something that you thought was helping you manage your stress or something that you thought that you had a handle onto something that you knew was a very real problem. Gosh, I don't know when I have been asked to the plug on that I began to I've had a problem when I had to eat pills take pills, acquire Bill to get out of bed in the morning, and I was not just one time it was three and four time just to keep going. I realize the problem. In addition of being prescriber of control substances, I was leading prescriber, probably everything I was busy family doctrine sought out by patience and sought out by other physicians to care for their patients and sought out by simple reps. Also to be a point of contact. Now they used to call them thought leaders if, if I would pick up a new prescribing pattern because of the legal community, it, I could be persuading the wisdom in some new approach intriguing patients done, then that was a good thing for, for from cynical reps lake point to me, as someone who use it products and get it, they'll get me wrong. I my amazing technologies in American medicine has has come up with. We have the mazing technology..
"ken lay" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"See it. He can't quite tell because he's looking into the shadows, but it's not a big miss at all. If it's a miss we go ahead to twelve now and Bill rosinsky. There. The twelfth green jazz Jane Johnson tonight. I'm looking for his fifth birdie of the day notebook on the card. Good second shot into this part for thirty footer from right to left across the putting surface balls on its way that needs to stretch, and it's going to curl left and that's lines by inside a foot. He'll be able to tap that and that'll be a part the twelfth and you'll be foreign to today, minus six to thirteen four hundred today is the round of the day. Let's check the leaderboard sponsored by Exxon Mobil, if industrial plants could capture CO to think how we could help lower emissions Exxon Mobil is working to help make it happen. That's the unexpected energy of Exxon Mobil, Brooks kept Gutu under par today through eight leading by seven over Dustin Johnson whose three-under-par today for nine and seven hundred far jazz. Jane wants an aunt, as you just heard the part, the twelfth east six under. So we've got sole possession of first second and third, right there for the first time in a while. Matt Wallace is tied for fourth the group tied for fourth this. Two shots behind gene, Watson, and on Wallace list, Adam Scott and Jordan speeds all four under par for the week, Scott and speed. Both one under today, Zander Shaw, fleet has got to under far. Matter of fact, he shot, sixty eight finishing up today. He's posted three hundred for the week tied for eighth. That's the clubhouse lead through fifty four holes Mark that down. It's only eleven back. Patrick Ken Lay had Duckie Matsuyama herald Varner. The third, Eric von? Ryan are three-under-par the rest of your group. They're tied for eighth. So we have a clubhouse lead,.
"ken lay" Discussed on KTRH
"Fireworks to start with. And then you could tell it was. Was there was some kind of. Gun shots shooter escaped in a black Chevy. Tahoe. Still on the loose a seventeen year old Houston man in custody after being shot wounded by an off duty Houston police officer. It was two cars came racing into an apartment complex at beech-nut in Wilk rest. The groups exchanged gunfire. The officer one of two working security at the complex shot. The teen when the suspect pointed his gun at police, both the seventeen year old and his brother are now in custody. Three people in the other car will they manage to escape Houston's commission against gun violence releasing for school safety recommendations for Texas. Lawmakers should consider including active shooter building codes closing what they call the gun show loophole, which doesn't really exist banning three D, printed, firearms and funding mental health care. The K P R C nine fifty host Jesse Kelly says the task force was little more than just a political show. We've always had people with mental health problems in society, every society in the history of mankind has struggled with the right way to deal with that. And we can be vigilant about it. Why do we always have to throw money at the problem? Maybe the solution isn't more money. Turner, he formed that thirty-seven member commission in the wake of the Santa Fe school shooting highest ranking executives to be punished for the Enron collapse. Now out of prison. Former CEO Jeffrey Skilling left a Texas halfway house Thursday after spending more than a decade in federal custody. He was convicted in two thousand six of conspiracy securities fraud and insider trading Enron founder Ken Lay had similar convictions. Vacated after he died of a heart attack, two months after trial and was appealing his conviction. The Enron collapsed put five thousand people out of work and made about sixty billion dollars in stock worthless. All the other people who work for the company, basically lost all of their savings. When it comes to cross donation Texans. Are pros cars are Yarbrough with offers dot com says a fifth of Texans wait until tax day or the day before in order to file we found that Texans did have a higher percent. Filing the day before or the day of which is kind of a funny coincidence. Maybe people in Texas are just waiting trying not getting organized enough Yarborough says nearly forty percent of us would be willing to give up Netflix. If it would just get us out of having to file taxes. She says thirty seven percent claim they'll put their tax refund into savings rather than splurging on a new TV or some other luxury. Good. Yeah. Before it was good. Use it. He went from prefab band member just studio musician. Yeah. That's the former Monkees bassist keyboardist, Peter Tork. He has.
"ken lay" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Line Kendra. Hi, george. Hi, Sherry, thanks for taking my call. Happy to. My whole preoccupation right now is I feel pretty directionless. And since September, I've been having strange stomach and digestion issues. Okay. The stomach digestive issues is that that is not again, not digest in life. And that you're you're always trying to have something happen. Isn't that? Correct. I'm gonna try this or try that. So instead of trying which is trying is just speaking as you connect, your heart. Connect your body and ask yourself, what would you like to do? You know, we've been taught in this time continuum and third dimension that we have the past in the present and the future. So when someone comes to me, and they'll say, what's my what's my future. I say it's the same thing as your past until you get your head out of it and get your tutti out of it. So you're not directionless. So if you're watching down the street and someone taps you on the shoulder, and you turn around, and they have an opportunity are you walking backwards? Are you going in and do direction? So again, it's fear. You are afraid of your own dynamics. And where I am seeing that a lot of this stuff has happened. When you were about eight years old in the third grade. That's something traumatic happened, and you really stopped looking at you had the ability to do that. But you do. So it it is that trust issue. But it's not a direction a direction you can go in many directions. You're very multidimensional. We all are we've just been taught to be restricted. So you're not directionless just begin to write some down some things that you would like to do doesn't have to journal but be specific. And that is part of being directionless is that you were not specific of what you would like does that make sense, right? Yes. It does. To go for it. Thank you. Welcome sheryl. And there's a lot of anxiety on a collective mass scale right now you look at it. You click on any newscast a lot of people at each other's throats. Anger and resentment and division at I don't know if these techniques that you're talking about work on a macro scale or it's just on an individual scale. It also works on a collective because I've worked with families and groups and teaching and and so I actually when I'm teaching doctors or medical community or kids. Oh, my God kids get it. They're like, I love the millennials and the gen Z. I just love him so anxiety is really unrealistic expectations. When you get to the core. It's unrealistic expectations. Depression is deepest disappointment cancers eating yourself up alive. So I've assisted people to get off the crystal mass honestly to get. Get off of opioids that they put on to contain that anxiety. And yes, it is a collective, and that's why I love teaching. And that's why like the idea this with Dr Jon Murphy here in the valley is did do like seminars, and we're gonna call it cellular memory. Do you have to stay sick? And that healing takes a long time. It doesn't healing is just becoming conscious. So again, anxiety is unrealistic expectations. And it's crazy in the media. Now, this is not judging it, but people are being really irrational. Well, no argument there. We'll try to get one more call and going to Alberta Canada Arlene on the wildcard line. Hi, arlene. I think George and cherry. My question is do we create our own destiny because right now, I'm I'm I have a beautiful life, but I'm working on my financial freedom. So I'm working on a job that I can make my own money in my own time. But I think when I think about is just really right for me. Is this my destiny or session thing as destiny or the nature? You know, what I don't believe in destiny, and I don't believe in fate. That was one of the things I learned from the wonderful beans what I do believe in is focus and in the direction, and you can have multiple directions at the same time because you're a multidimensional being. So I would suggest you stop thinking thinking and analyzing it so much and and and to see we've been taught that life is a reflection of us that is the biggest BS going on this planet rox reflection. That's ridiculous life is a projection. So what is it? You're choosing project. One of the things that you're using to project is to is to bring in more income money is a form of energy, everything is a form of energy. It's a byproduct of either consciousness or belief system. And so let go destiny let go of fate because it's your journey. It's your script. It's your contract. Acts get rid of them and make agreements in the first one is to make an agreement with yourself that you came here to create for made in God's image. That's what he did. Or she did or whoever it is created. So stop second guessing yourself. Okay. Okay. Thank you so much and just have a great time up there in Alberta. I thank you. Thanks, arlene. Appreciate it. You know boil down to. I mean, it kind of reminds me of Norman Vincent peale's power of positive thinking to some degree. Well, I teach people actually George how not to think right feel because feeling is the truth. Think he thinks he gets us into gets us back into our computer brain head. And that's why I like to teach people how to organize into connect the left brain right brain, which happened when I got studied they said, wow. You have a really incredible left brain, right? Brink connection. It's balance again, my brains out of play Sherry on Charlotte's interesting conversation. I appreciate it. Thanks to all the callers. And I'm sure we'll have you back again. Well, thank you so much and with your permission. I'd like to send you some interesting pictures. I think you would find most amazing send it along. We'll talk about another time. Thanks again for. Being here. Coming up next Ken Lay in the desert. Oracle will join us with tales about weird stuff out in the middle of nowhere or seemingly out in the middle of nowhere will be right back here on coast to coast AM and go into the break with one of my favorite singers from any genre. Patty loveless. Find.
"ken lay" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Hi, Sherry, thanks for taking my call tonight. We're happy to. Oh, my whole preoccupation right now is I feel pretty directionless. And since September, I've been having strange stomach and digestion issues. Okay. The stomach digested issues is that that is not again, not digest in life. And that you're you're always trying to have something happen. Isn't that? Correct. I'm gonna try this try that. So instead of trying which is trying is just speaking as you connect to your heart and connect your body and ask yourself, what would you like to do? You know, we've been taught in this time continuing third dimension that we have the past in the present and the future. So when someone comes to me, and they'll say, what's my what's my future. I say it's the same thing as your past until you get your head out of it and get your duty out of it. So you're not directionless. So if you're watching down the street and someone taps you on the shoulder, and you turn around, and they have an opportunity are you walking backwards or you going in and do direction? So again, it's fear. You are afraid of your own dynamics. And where I am seeing that a lot of this stuff has happened. When you were about eight years old in the third grade. That's something traumatic happened, and you really stopped looking at you had the ability to do that. But you do. So it it is that trust issue. But it's not a direction a direction you can go in many directions. You're very multidimensional. We all are. We've just been taught to be restricted. So you're not directionless just begin to write some down some things that you would like to do doesn't have to journal but be specific. And that is part of being directionless is that you were not specific of what you would like does that make sense, right? Yes. It does. To go for it. Oh, thank you. Welcome sheryl. There's a lot of anxiety on a collective mass scale right now you look at it. You click on any newscast a lot of people at each other's throats. Anger and resentment and division at I don't know if these techniques that you're talking about work on a macro scale or it's just on an individual scale. It also works on a collective because I've worked with families and groups and Ticino, and and so I actually when I'm teaching doctors or medical community or kids. Oh, my God kids get it. They're like, I love the millennials and the gen Z. I just love him so anxiety is really unrealistic expectations. When you get to the core. It's unrealistic expectations depression is deepest disappointment. Cancer's eating yourself up alive. So I've assisted people to get off the crystal meth honestly to get off or opioid that they put on to contain that anxiety. And yes, it is a collective, and that's why I love teaching. And that's why like the idea this with Dr Jon Murphy here in the valley is did do like seminars, and we're gonna call it cellular memory. Do you have to stay sick? And that healing takes a long time. It doesn't healing is just becoming conscious. So again, anxiety is unrealistic expectations. And it's crazy in the media. Now, this is not judging it, but people are being really irrational. Well, no argument there. We'll try to get one more call in going to L Berta Canada Arlene on the wildcard line. Hi, arlene. I think you George and cherry. My question is do we create our own destiny because right now, I'm worried I'm I have a beautiful life, but I'm working on my financial freedom. So I'm working on a job that I can make my own money in my own time. But I think when I think about is just really right from me is this my destiny or destiny or the create your own. You know, what I don't believe in destiny, and I don't believe in fate. That was one of the things I learned from the wonderful beans what I do believe in is focus and in the direction, and you can have multiple directions at the same time because you're a multidimensional being. So I would suggest you stop thinking thinking and analyzing it so much and and and to see we've been taught that life is a reflection of us that is the biggest BS going on this planet reflection. That's ridiculous life is a projection. So what is it? You're choosing project. One of the things that you're choosing to project is to is to bring in more income money is a form of energy, everything is a form of energy. It's a byproduct of either consciousness or belief system. And so let go of destiny let go of fate because it's your journey. It's your script. It's your contracts. Get rid of them and make agreements in the first one is to make an agreement with yourself that you came here to create for made in God's image. That's what he did. Or she did or whoever it is created. So that second guessing yourself. Okay. Okay. Thank you so much. And just have a great time up there in Alberta. I will. Thank you. Thanks, Arlene appreciated, you know, boil down to I mean, it it kind of reminds me of Norman Vincent peale's power of positive thinking to some degree. Well, I teach people actually George how not to think right to feel because feeling is the truth. Think he think he gets us into gets us in back into our computer brain head. And that's why I like to teach people how to organize into connect the left brain right brain, which happened when I got studied they said, wow. You have a really incredible left brain, right? Brink connection. It's balanced. And I again, my brains out of play. Sherry on Shara, interesting conversation. I appreciate it. Thanks to all the caller is. And I'm sure we'll have you back again. Well, I thank you so much and with your permission. I'd like to send you some interesting pictures. I think you would find most amazing. Yeah. Send it along. We'll talk about another time. Thanks again for being here. Coming up next Ken Lay in the desert. Oracle will join us with tales about weird stuff out in the middle of nowhere seemingly out in the middle of nowhere. We'll be right back here on coast to coast AM and go into the break with one of my favorite singers from any genre. Patty loveless. Find out more about.
"ken lay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Arlene. Hi, thank you, George and cherry. My question is do we create our own destiny because right now, I'm I'm I have a beautiful life. But I'm working on my financial freedom. I'm working on a job that I can make my own money in my own time. But I think when I think about is just really right for me. Is this my destiny or start session thing Jesse or the create your own? You know, what I don't believe in destiny, and I don't believe in fate. That was one of the things I learned from the wonderful beans what I do believe in is focus in in the direction, and you can have multiple directions at the same time because you're a multidimensional bean. So I would suggest you stop thinking thinking and analyzing it so much and. And and to see we've been taught that life is a reflection of us. That is the biggest BS going on this planet rox reflection. That's ridiculous life is a projection. So what is it? You're choosing project. One of the things that you're choosing to project is to is to bring in more income money is a form of energy, everything is a form of energy. It's a byproduct of either consciousness or belief system. And so does let go destiny let go of fate because it's your journey. It's your script. It's your contracts get rid of them and make greements in the first one is to make an agreement with yourself that you came here to create for made in God's image. That's what he did. Or she did or whoever it is created. So that's second guessing yourself. Okay. Okay. Thank you so much and just have a great time up there in Alberta. I will. Thank you. Thanks, arlene. Appreciate it. You know boil down to. I mean, it it kind of reminds me of Norman Vincent peel in the power of positive thinking to some degree. Well, I teach people actually George how not to think right feel because feeling is the truth. Think he thinks he gets us into gets us in back into our computer brain head. And that's why I like to teach people how to organize into connect the left brain right brain, which happened when I got studied they said, wow. You have a really incredible left brain, right? Brink connection is balanced again, my brains out of play on. It's interesting conversation. Appreciate it. Thanks to all the callers. And I'm sure we'll have you back again. Well, I thank you so much and with your permission. I'd like to send you some interesting pictures. I think you would find most amazing send it along. We'll talk about another time. Thanks again for being here. Coming up next. Ken Lay in the desert. Oracle will join us with tales about the weird stuff out in the middle of nowhere seemingly out in the middle of nowhere. We'll be right back. You're on coast to coast AM and go into the break with one of my favorite singers from any John Rao, Patty loveless. Find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM.
"ken lay" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"And they're looking over the shoulder of this group of people that organizers the people trying to figure it out, and they're looking at what looks to be a hand drawn map of the island terribly drawn, by the way on the backside of one of those place mats, paper place mats, they use at a restaurant and somebody's spills gravy on it. And I remember that was my favorite scene because it just showed how just not prepared. They were here. They were they didn't even have like a legitimate map the island it had hand-drawn map by a Dutch pilot who taught himself to fly using Microsoft flight simulator, and they're going to plan this million dollar festival multimillion dollar festival for all these people provide all these things, and they can't even provide themselves with a good map. And I thought now that's the moment. A moment when everybody should have backed out. I'll describe this to rob saw the internet is. A buzz with this guy the Dutch guy, so he's just a pilot. They found down there Jarrell. No. It's not John rules. Not the pilot. Okay. It's just this Dutch guy there like they just interview them for some reason. And he was kind of like their logistics guy a little bit. Yeah. Then tell he decided then telly told him it wasn't gonna work, and then they fired him. But they. He has one scene that's like three sentences long as they're like, how did you come about to be down here pilot like well, I bought a plane, and then I taught myself to fly by myself on Microsoft's simulator, which is actually very good. And that is what the internet is freaking out about is that this guy just self taught himself how to fly an airplane on Microsoft's simulator. Anyway, I thought the documentary to give an overall view was slick it was a documentary. It was well made a little heavy on the drone shots. I was surprised with how much footage they had of the planning up to the event itself. Like, it was amazing. How much footage was shot of everybody planning not just the promotional material at the beginning. But Lou that's because Jerry was in charge of it. So they were documenting everything all Eddie. It goes back to it. Rob said about feeling like the whole thing was just a scam to make documentary, which I think rob brought that up because I'm like, how do they have this much footage of IRA festival documentary fraud? Yeah. Exactly just so I mean at twenty one twenty four million dollar fraud. But anyways, it was good. I enjoyed it. It was kind of dumb at the beginning. But it got better things for breast. Okay. Definitely. I watched the Hulu documentary we having that the big selling point or anti selling point was that they. They had the interview with Billy McFarland who sort of the the main culprit behind fraudster the fire festival, but they also have to pay him to do it. But he did not get a great edit, especially towards the end that he really came across like in the beginning us like painted as like he was a guy that could make anything happen, and he was a miracle worker, and but he sort of was painted us. We're like being an idealist in the beginning to being an out and out conman by the end of it, there's one point where he wants to walk off. And like I need a break. Like, I haven't lied about anything today. And then they showed like all the things that he was lying about. So I thought that they he really came across a poorly, Tim across isn't young Ken Lay. Yeah. Yeah base. Yeah. He really came across as a total fraud and a scam artist feel very bad for the woman who was his girlfriend at the end of it. Stand by your man. Right. Stop. He had a girlfriend because they don't I don't remember not through the documentary. Yeah. He had he met a girl since he's been prosecuted after he got prosecuted his stuff, and she's just like, it's just so unfortunate. He's still like conning people into thinking that he's the victim. Yeah. So he came across not so great. There were no commercials. I know that that was a concern. How many commercials would Hulu have a during that?.
"ken lay" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Five seconds of summer. Teachers back to work Rams prepping for the Super Bowl just normal day in LA. So now, there are these places that people rent out apartments and houses that people rent, and they do some sort of like crazy bright decorating to the rooms, and they charge you to go take pictures in the rooms as if they are your rooms for your Instagram posts, write a business like the ice cream museum. Well, that's one of the examples to, but let's say that Tanya does a fashion blog, you can actually find houses that you can rent to make it look like, it's your closet for the fashion. Block O today. You can post in a closet. So there's. New museum. That would be a pop up museum. It's open now through February seventeenth, but it's the disgusting foods museum. So eighty foods on display to be seen smelled tasted. Which is what a lot of people wanna post them eating this disgusting style because you get a lot of likes if you eat or drink mouse wine. Which is dead mice in a VAT of so it's not this is not real it's real dead mice in a VAT of rice mine. Chinese health tonics age for a year. Oh. These won't kill you. But like sheep eyeball juice now. It's among goalie and hangover cure, actually, try to cure the hang on. I have never eaten an eyeball. I've eaten a lot of things. I can't eat tonight cure a hangover. And they said if you eat this right now, it will get rid of your hangover. I would do it. I don't. So painful, and now with kids forget it like I want that out out at you put electrolytes in your water that doesn't work anymore. It does work. I mean. Yeah. It does eventually after a few hours a hangover goes away. But if this was an instant care, I've tried to sheep eyeball, juice. Well, let's get you drunk and hung over. All right fruit bat soup. You cashew Marzieh cheese. They leave it on the wheel of cheese outside so flies. Ken Lay eggs does not seem safe. The maggots will then eat the cheese and leave their excrement behind. No. This is true which adds to the flavor of the cheese. Now Vata could not he literally just made me sick to my stomach that I could nutty. Although I feel like one of our engineers should try that for us. What is the grossest thing you've ever eaten says? I I think it was chicken heart. I like chicken heart. I know you like chicken her that this was like maybe a week or two in our we are really early on into dating Michael Meaker like few months, and I go to have dinner at his parents house for the first time and we're eating like traditional like Argentinian like barbecue. Like so much meets different. Stop and everybody there as raven you have to try the chicken heart. And I was like, okay. Of course, I'm rude to maybe not try it. And I had like so all of this thing. And it was the worst thing, isn't it? It's so chewy itself grows. They were all like licking their fingers like he's been listed. They sees it put it on the grill. It's really good. I couldn't do it. And I never want you again. What's the grossest thing you've had? I've had pigs now before wow. Oh, I'm not gonna lie. Like this. Like, I can't like I don't really eat a lot of meat anymore because I'm so like gross out by it. So how do they prepare picks out? So I don't know if this is like this is probably other cultures too. But Serbians like at every Serbian party. They have like that full pig like on the like on the Barbie. Like the stick with the apple in his mouth. Yeah. And they you eat the whole thing luau. Yeah. Patty. What's the grossest thing you've had? I wouldn't see growth because I don't think food as growth, but I've had tacos associate which translates to brain tackles, the brain. The cal. I've had.
"ken lay" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Few weeks ago or a week ago for your New Year's resolutions. And so part of that we already gave away today was a set of knives and the knife skull class here at the hot stove society. And we're going to match that with a set of knives. So the hot stove society knives, and that class for one of our online listeners, that's right, terrestrial listeners, whatever you want to podcasters are terrestrial, whatever somebody who is not here today Couric here, we go we got there. So we asked you on our Facebook page. What's your food resolutions are in here are some of them some of them also have questions? So let's let's get to it. Magda one. King says quit drinking cheap wine. She's gonna stop drinking cheap wine, but she wants to know wet wine. Should she try? Shape is not always bad though. No, I think that's the other thing to consider here like talking five dollar cheap. Perhaps that's a bit cheap expensive is a good wine. That's not very expensive is a bad one. That's not very expensive. I would say I would say cherry. What is it called the flurry in the more gone and the Beaujolais Beaujolais, but what is like an area specific valley of France. I know that but those village the town when when you call it Fleury, it's not like Beaujolais's Lori. Okay. But it's still just Beaujolais designation for that bullshit. The Appalachian is flurry Appalachia that's the word. I was looking for. I would try and Appalachian specific. Beaujolais inexpensive yet delicious. She know next. Okay. Next Gary Fletcher, teach Mike college age kids, how to cook more of their meals at home sounds like he's over cooking the kids they're old enough. Now, he's tired of cooking. For them. He wants them to what recipe should they start with roast chicken. If you don't if your kid doesn't know how to roasted chicken before they leave the home you have failed as a. And they should make a number two on egg. And they so chicken and egg. All right. Nancy Huffman trying to continue to eat healthy any healthy recipes that actually tastes good. Super easy. Yeah. Seasoning is spices and seasoning. We'll help in that department. Fresh herbs fresh fresh cracked pepper olive oil. All those things will help in butter healthy, eating Catherine m Bedford Bonnie wants to know get out to the ocean. More often, preserve more fresh fruits and veggies out of my garden. What are the best fruit and veg to preserve one of them all of them? There is not a there's probably not a vegetable of footy shouldn't preserve if you have many of them. You just. Excuse me, you want to preserve some bananas. That's not for me. Oh god. We don't know we have listeners. What are you going to grow in the in the region, then you can preserve this pretty much? How about herbs talk about herbs? And fish herbs if you have too many of them make vinegar and fusion make pickles make freeze them and many herbs freezes well in order to next time. You're making a stucco soup. You go to the free just did this in my freezer yesterday. So just use them back in the soup. Okay. Courtney Browne wants snow while she says her resolution is to master her new food hydrate her she's living my dream a little bit because I want one of those. But it's just too much for me. Piece of exactly big for as much as I would use it. But she wants to any tips any tips on the food to hydrate. Her us mix them jerky. Tipper make some Jerry jerky, just strawberries or something like that. But yeah, make some Turkey. Yes. Okay. Tammy jones. She's gotta keep her sour dough starter. Betty, she's named it. Elite keep Betty alive and learn to use her in new ways and grow more food in her garden. What could she do with that sourdough starter other than making bread? Is there anything that you can cakes? Cakes pizza. Yeah. Delicious Betty the gift that keeps on giving. All right. Let's see Lisa Nelson Dorado says to use half of the kitchen gadgets that sit idle in my cupboards. I stop Ken Lay de Bordeaux that pan mold frightens me. So Terry, I'm assuming that you've made Ken Lay before this delicious. I'm not gonna give peco's. I don't have it in my head. Okay. The basic is a cake he caramelized on the outside little dessert from Bordeaux region. It's pretty dry cake. It's almost like a dried food cake innovate. You. You've had Kennedy, right, Tom. Nope. Nope. Anyway. So they're really crunchy and cannily on the outside and on the inside great dish. Those dishes are very much just for that. So a little bit like your pop over trade. You have to have I have a large storage space. So I have my cabinets are half empty. I have so many think about Tom's kitchen all the time. When I grow up. Realize I'm in my thirties. But when I grow up, I want Tom's kitchen in the storage space for all the gadgets. All right. Emily wants to know, my oral she says my country, go back to that last one. Here's what I'll say as you work your way through those tools if they don't turn you on goodwill. Get rid of them get rid. Someone else. Alright use them once or twice Emily wants to wants to say, my culinary New Year's resolution is to only use my own homemade stock I'm making a plan to use one Sunday morning a month to make and freeze some stuff probably just chicken because that's what I use the most. And he's hot tips on stocks. No, just keep going. I love what she's doing. And I love that. When you make your stock. You can reduce it down to two a demi- demi- glass. So get rid of a lot of the moisture so you have more room in your freezer for more stop. Oh, that's seeking rehydrate them highly. You about doing that? Ece data. Addict says try a new recipe each week that is very today. Ece data. That's the data very very ambitious very ambitious any cookbooks that you might recommend. They pull out of stock was mustering the up the French cooking by Julia child. Others dad or I would look at food lab food lab the lab, I love because lab not only do you get recipes big get a lot of lessons that is. That is a favorite book of mine for short, Michelle. Louis christianson says my goal is to eat more vegetables besides salads. That's a no brainer. Yes. Indeed. This go for it. Michelle. Go far don't hold back. Sandy russo. My resolution is to not rely so much on following the recipe, but becoming a more creative cook, I'm going to experiment. More using herbs and spices any thoughts on how to become a little bit more experimental. If maybe you've been good about following recipes using spices just go a little bit at a time a little bit of a time. So we have is that like a little pun there. Little time. So we have to pick a winner. Yep. So since they're my nice, I'm gonna choose. Sorry. Sorry team. That's fine. So good. Got my own choice to me the person who's making the biggest change from what I've heard of all the people is the one who says I'm going to stock my pantry my Larter with homemade stocks because in my mind, chef you agree that that is the basis of a great kitchen is to have stocks towards saves you so much time if it's already made and it's so easy to use. It you can use it in so many different places, and it's Leo of flavor that is such an advantage. That's the important part is added to taste so different than the canned stocks. So whether you have beef Demi in your freezer, whatever perfect onion soup, a nice sauce for free all sorts of things. Boom, boom, boom. I know Emily, Emily, you are winner for whole new set of hostile society knives.
"ken lay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"One of those features. Go back. Listen to any of our shows Ken Lay in a very nice. Because some very nice comments, by the way, while I had a little bit of time off people saying that they were enjoying some of the podcast. So that's really nice. The people are listening to the podcasts. On this next year. I have to I have to refer to KENDALL on this one because. You know, some of these people that are dealing with an I'm talking about these days. I just don't know them. And I hate to say it sometimes because. I just hear certain people on what you don't know that personal. No, I don't know. I'm into new things I'm into certain artists, certain music and certain comedians, or what have you? But maybe we're not all maybe we don't like the same ones or we're not into the same wins. Or maybe I'm just not aware. Maybe I'm the one missing out. So kennel. Can you tell me who Tiffany haddish's can explain to me, Tiffany haddish? I'm not aware the comedian. Is that what it is? She's a comedian actress. Okay. See, I don't know. I freely admit on his show that I know music, but I don't know. I'm not great with actors or actresses. I don't know why. Yes. Tiffany haddish is an American comedian and actress. Prize or something. Sure, you get to hear her speak. Oh. I thought I was going to get something. Really? Well, it you put me on the spot there. Well, here's Tiffany haddish. Pita is now urging Tiffany haddish to rethink her form of protesting after this just crazy, man. I. This is probably why I don't know Tiffany haddish. He's a Kook. Sorry. Fear into Tiffany haddish say. Patch kook. That's okay. Pat. How can you say she's a cook? We don't even know who she is. Well, this is my introduction to Tiffany haddish show. I'm basing it on this. Perhaps I've missed some great things that she's in. And I just don't know. Or maybe her some of her comedy is just. Gripping over the top fantastic stuff that I just haven't heard by the way. On the topic of comedians. If I hear one more person in a I haven't heard recently, I guess now actually I did so reminded me of it. But I think it was I heard something that was a rerun from before the guy got into trouble Louis C K. And I can't tell you how many times and again if I'm saying something that you disagree with. I mean, that's just the way the world goes is the way it is not the Adam Sandler, many of you probably like, Adam Sandler. But if he's the greatest comedian going today, Louis CK, no. And I think jeez. This is the best if Louis C K or Dane cook. Or the greatest comedians. We have in the last ten years, then I got to revert back to some old school comedians man, because I just don't see it. I don't hear a lot of. It's very weird mean-spirited statements about stuff that. A lot of vulgar statements and things but anyhow. Digress. Tiffany haddish. Tally pat. I dunno subpoenas urging Tiffany haddish to rethink our former protege after she called out the animal rights organization on a video. She began an Instagram video this I'd be the last person on it, by the way. Last week with a story about how she snagged a new for vast from a fan who attended whatever comedy shows odds. Just heartwarming Tiffany.
Enron fraud architect Jeff Skilling released from prison
"Oh five former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling. Released from an Alabama prison living in a halfway house undisclosed location sixty four year old sentence in two thousand six to twenty four years in prison and a forty five million dollar fine after being. Convicted on multiple counts of fraud conspiracy and insider trading his. Sentence was reduced five years ago in a plea deal the Enron collapse in, two thousand, one was the largest bankruptcy in. US history founder chairman Ken Lay convicted along with skilling he died of a heart. Attack six weeks later while his case was under appeal and so that conviction was thrown