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Business Insights You Should Take Away from 2020

The $100 MBA Show

06:00 min | 3 weeks ago

Business Insights You Should Take Away from 2020

"Powerful insights. You should take away from twenty twenty here. We go number one and this might sound obvious. But we're going to go down a deeper level and that's you can't control everything that's probably the biggest thing we saw in our face every day is that you cannot control everything around you okay. You're on a coffee shop. You can't control a global pandemic right if you're on a software company you can't control if some of your staff members are infected with covid nineteen and you're down manpower. These are things out of your realm of influence. You cannot control it so you might be singled kilmore ghetto. But what's the point. The point is is that you have to recognize come to terms of the fact that in business those things you cannot control and you have to be ready for that. You have to be ready for the inevitable. There's a great book called the black swan by necessity nicklaus talip- the subtitle is the impact of the highly inflammable. If you don't know the author to lab is an investor and he's made all his wealth off the fact that bad things will happen. We assume being sometimes ignore the fact that the disastrous things like the covid nineteen pandemic is bound to happen in our lifetime. Now i know. Tala specifically considers cova to be something we could have avoided rather than an unpredictable disaster but for business owners. The principle still applies for those you in your thirties or forties. You have a pretty good actually We've had a pretty good run without any disasters. Most people go through a lifetime where they've seen multiple wars. They've had to serve pandemics disasters huge national disasters or even environmental disasters but the human brain is not wired to always anticipate this. If you really want to understand how the pandemic really affected economies has really affected your own business and how you could have benefited. If you haven't already read the book black swan it will allow you to put everything in perspective and allow you to utilize this experience so in the future when this happens again because it will happen again. It's just a matter of time when another thing like this happens again. How can you make sure that it doesn't affect your business your personal life but in fact you'll be prepared and you'll be ready and that leads me to number two. You can't control everything but you can control how you prepare and react a lot of people when this pandemic hit they kinda just put their hands up in the air and said you know what There's nothing i can do. No there's plenty can do. Let me give you an example. Many businesses actually saw an uptick during the covid nineteen pandemic because they prepared and they react properly nicole founder and wife has a personal trainer. Her name is amy mitchell and she runs goddess fitness shrines. He's outdoor boot camps for women and anybody who's in any business that is a physical business in person business that has people congregating. You would think kovic would just totally anomaly that business. No amy had the foresight and said hey. I got a pivot. I gotta change. I gotta have other offerings on my site. And she offered online training people training with her Via calls shows the helps them with their nutrition and diet plan and recently Amy shared with nicole that twenty one of her best years for business because she made that change because she had the revenue stream from online clients and when restrictions. Ease a little bit in australia. And things got back on track. She still had her physical boot camps and the line clients didn't leave. They still kept on going. This is a perfect example of being prepared and reacting properly understanding. That things are changing. Something happened something is different now in the world. I can't just do the same things i got change. I gotta react got adapt number three those who make it when it's tough. They thrive on the other end and this became very apparent in countries where the vid pandemic was under control and things started to open up and economies started to kind of go back to normal. There are many businesses. That just threw in the towel. Just didn't adapt didn't change the people that survived that rough patch. The actually now are market leaders are now really thriving because there's a whole lot less competition. There's a whole lot less noise and people who made it. When it's tough can really go on and succeed when things are back to normal when things are easier for the business owner going through something like this is like going through a war. People can't just be business as normal when bombs are falling from the sky. It's a rough time but those who survived and its peacetime again. They're going to become the market leaders for the next foreseeable future. So people that do the first to really benefit those who know they can't control everything so therefore they prepare and they adapt and react properly. The survived that rough patch and they come out superstrong so even if you're in a country where things are still locked down. Things are tough and covert hang in there trying to lower your expenses as much as possible servive because you wanna see daylight. You wanna be there when this is all over you want to still be in business because then it's going to be a whole lot easier for you not only because you know. The challenges are over from the pandemic but because it weeds out the weak. It's like what phil knight says in his autobiography shoe dog. And i'm paraphrasing here. The cowards and never tried the week died along the way that leaves us

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Why Some Birds Are Likely To Hit Buildings

60-Second Science

02:12 min | 6 months ago

Why Some Birds Are Likely To Hit Buildings

"About a billion birds die from flying into buildings each year in north. America suspicions have been that. Birds may perceive the open areas behind glass as safe passageways, or they may mistake, the reflected foliage for the real thing. Researchers would like to reduce collisions which requires a solid understanding about what makes a bird, more or less likely to die by smacking into a building in the first place there was, and still is relatively little known at a broad scale. Studies are at one small study side, jared Elmore, a graduate student in Natural Resources, ecology and management at Oklahoma State University. He and his colleagues used a previously created data set of building collisions for birds at forty sites throughout Mexico Canada and the US. The first finding was obvious bigger buildings with more glass, kilmore birds, but the details were more noteworthy. We found that life history predicted collisions, migrants, insectivores, and woodland, inhabiting species collided more than their counterparts. Most migratory species travel at night when lights near buildings can distract or disorient them, and elmore thinks that insect eating birds might be attracted to buildings, because their insect prey is attracted to the lights. He suspects that woodland species get fooled by the reflections of treason shrubs in the windows. The results are in conservation biology. By understanding which birds are more likely to collide with buildings, researchers can perhaps determine the best way to modify buildings or their lighting to help prevent such accidents, and my knowing risks along with migration timing behavior building managers can better anticipate win. Birds are at their greatest danger and modify lighting strategies. Accordingly Elmore is next. Project will use radar to help predict bird migrations out think that would maybe go a long way in terms of providing information to people to the public to. Building managers on when they could get the most bang for their buck in terms of like lights out policies.

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"kilmore" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"But here we know as soon as the gun sitting there on the table, it's going to go off. And so we're just kind of half smiling wondering how that cliche is going to unfold. And so in knowing what it is. It's more eager to winner tain. And I. That's why in much more of this movie's view of how to present agent forty seven then what was previously given. And this is where we really see. We're not in Terminator one. We're in Terminator two he's going to go through this and come with me, if you want to live might as well be the light he says when he gets to Cossio and has to convince her no, he's the bad guy. I'm the good guy. Even though I shot you once he also changes close as fast as the t one thousand two it's like he's Morphing into these uniform somehow without put on a uniform, it's gonna take a few things zip up things snap and button. And he's just you know in the middle of a chase being able to fully dressed in uniform. Well, that's from the game. That's my disappointment. I knew that about the game was I feel like both hitman movies have failed to take again. I think they're afraid of that bell Kilmer Saint movie because it was so horrible. And it was Kilmore dressing up in a new wig in every scene. And playing a character. But I feel like they could have done that a little bit more and had a little bit more fun with the skies. Irs what they said was the suit with the black suit white shirt red tie was to iconic and just to striking a look that they didn't want to minimize it. They wanted him to be in that outfit almost entirely both movies. They felt that way. Yeah. That shows a lack of confidence in the appeal of their character, if they're clinging to a costume or the appeal of their actor they've had Timothy fan, and now friend I mean, listen friend is better. But friend ain't best. I like him. You really think he has the charisma to carry a film? I don't think he is carrying this film. I think it's Coty is movie. I don't even think he's able to hold my interest enough as an actor to play second Bill..

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"kilmore" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"Well, if Russians the one who led us there, you know, want I want to get back to that in a minute, especially when it comes to the business of thriller writing. But before that, I just wanted to get your reaction to the Wall Street Journal review today, the sort of suggested that maybe this whole idea that they were actually going to assassinate Washington with propaganda. Do you think they had any valid yet journal? Journal gave us a really, you know, it was a nice reviews you. Yeah. Yeah. Nice would be really nice. But the one thing he took issue with this is like, you know, how do you really know whether it was a lot to kidnap him whether Kilmore was just propaganda to kind of gin up the war, and we deal with it in the book. We listen you have to ask that question. Right. The one thing he left out the one thing I do take issue with. And this is where why we netted out the place, we need it out. Is he's rented in the sense that if you just listen to the American side, it could be propaganda could have been something they made up to just excited about the book. But here's the key piece was missing. And at the end of the war when the war was over the mayor of New York City guy named Dave Matthews goes back and wants to get his pension from from the British is a guy who fought the wars over a loss, but he still wants his money for when he fought for and he goes in front of the British and we found the transcript of what he asked for him. What he demanded from the British. And they basically said, well what you do during the war, and he alone, the war's over its got no more reason to like and say, I thought I lost I want I spied whatever. And he's the. Who said the plotted to go after George wa they did not mention that in the review that's actually unfair like come on, man. You're even I I didn't wanna say it on air because it kind of ruins a big part of it. But it's the moment. Manda when the your own guy confesses, that's what you go crap. And the other part, I think that is is vital. Is you know, I always say anyone who tells you, you know, there's many history books written about Benedict Arnold at this or George Washington thought that he thought this naptha, no one knows what they thought they wanted what they thought big fout ir as a fiction writer. I know among the more scrutiny and the average history person the Greg because they're they chomping at the bit. Didn't make it up. What did he do as fiction we got five hundred plus footnotes thirty five pages of footnotes in this book to back this up in last night? One of the guys who also wrote another book came to signings and ask the exact same question that the Wall Street Journal, and we give the same answer. And he said he said in front of everyone you'll see it on C span because there are going to show it and he's. Head. You know, that's a really good point. And I wish I thought of it. And and when you really look at the evidence, you know, we say in it you camp defintely know anything because the plot was foiled once oiled apply. We don't know what they were going actually really do. Right. But I think it's pretty clear that George Washington's life. No matter what they were going to kidnap them or whether you're gonna kill them immediately on his life was most certainly endanger a have to ask you this before. I let you go. You've written a book that is essentially patriotic. I mean, the things that you're saying about George Washington, which I think are absolutely true are against the kind of revisionist history. We get from some quarters. You've come on the show, which can tell you will ruin your reputation for the rest of your life. You know, do you find an, and you are also very highly involved with the, you know, the structures of the of the business with the international thriller writers in the mystery writers, do you find that political correctness that the same kind of move towards censorship?.

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"kilmore" Discussed on What's Good Games

What's Good Games

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on What's Good Games

"Right. Exactly. I actually didn't play any of this. Obviously, Brit is the one on our team who played this game. So maybe we should've saved his question for her, but I think it's interesting that we're seeing more and more of these. These studios become interested in games because video games have become so big in the last five years. Obviously, gaming has been growing for the last couple of. Decades. And we know from just raw data that it's bigger financially, then movie end film or excuse me, move MTV's combined as far as gross revenue. But for some reason, people still seem to think of games as small. Like the video game industry is not being as big, and while it might not be as widespread, I think that the people who have been working games, developing games have been very successful. And so I think Hollywood is now like, hey, we want to. Maybe we should take notice of this. Also, you guys have some interesting IP ideas like. Because we're just rehashing old shit over here. We're really overboard while we shouldn't be. So we, he'd something we need something man give us anything, but I know that someone's going to be like Mary, but which is based on a book, not a game, but I will say you would not know about those books. Were it not for those games, right? Unless you unless you lived in Poland, you would not know like that's an interesting idea because I immediately also think of game of thrones and how many people had no idea about the book series until HBO announced that they were doing a game of thrones television show like back in the day, obviously that that series is a best selling series. So it's not the same as the Witcher series, but but even still it expanded its audience because even I had never heard of those books and only when I started watching the beginning of season, one of game of thrones that I go, what actually, I'm going to stop this and I'm gonna go read all these books that whatever he's written so far and I did. And I really enjoy them for the most part. And so I think that it's sort of a similar thing, and I think that this could actually bring more drive more people to be interested in the game because they're like, oh, what? What's the story about? Maybe I'll pick it up and give it a shot. Yeah, absolutely. But I think we talk about vampire specifically that its genre of film that is to me or has a built in audience. There's a ton of people that love rice. Yeah. I don't think I know that you've you? Yes, you do n rice books interview with Valentinus. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. I know I ride I think vamp vampire movies and TV, like my favorite, I think of all time is interview with vampire. Let's by an rice. Oh, well, there you go. I actually read that book though. I read the book. I read like all of her. All of vampire books. I like vampire Lestat like she had more that came out after that. Maybe I should go back and read that stuff to read hauled the witching hour and rice though. Witching. Yes, the witching hour like that sorta series too. I read a lot of Anna rice. I was thinking about reading the book series that true blood is based on. I mean, I think it's called this is called, nothing's called the Sakiz Saint James something. Let me look set house novels. That's what they're called. That's Saint James Saint Saint James's. James's from Kilmore girls. This is the only two characters that I've ever known that have had that names Lookie. Now the Sookie Stackhouse series is got three stars on Amazon feel like they're just trashy like romance novels, but not really romance, but, well, I mean, kind Kind of like of the. like the read. I read fifty shades of grey the series. Did you like it? I liked the first one, but like we all know that the writing in those books are fucking rich..

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"kilmore" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Hello and welcome to opening arguments. This is episode, two hundred. Eleven. I'm your host. Thomas Smith that over there is well. I think it's Andrew Torres. How you? Hello? Stranger bravely roused myself out of bed on like metric, ton of cold medicine and and the show must go on right nor nor snow, nor win or rain. However they post office goes. Yeah, let's let's get to it. Yeah, we if we can't be better than the post office than what are we doing here? No, that's that's awesome. You're powering through it is the one downside of this line of work? I realized when we don't have any like sick, our credits that we can just like tell her, hey, we're just taking it a little sick time here. We can do fake call to our audience. Just I can't work today. No, we can't do that. But we are here to talk about that NHL trade. Here we go. No. Oh, sorry, different show. I'm still excited about that. But now we've gotta talk about a lot of stuff. We're going to briefly address if we got sent by a lot of people, the new story about the defense, distributed person was charged with sexual assault of a minor little update to that story, and also we're gonna talk about Manafort interesting. Man for news came of course right after we record as always well-timed last week. So we'll do some updates on that. Actually, there's some interesting issues going on. Andrew thinks that maybe the media is getting some stuff wrong on that source. So I always love that those are my favorite kind of Andrew segments. And then finally, we are going to talk about cavenaugh. So that's our Genda. Let's get to Charlton. Heston famous chant. Do son's bitches this foreign? No. Further with your damn tater hammers Kilmore the guns. I'm a gun club Mukundan. Yeah, so so let's really, really quickly about nine thousand people sent us the message that Cody Wilson is apparently on the run. That's the founder of defense, distributed and person. We have identified as a crazy person, you know, behind the release of the three d. printed guns to prevent gun control from ever being affective ever. Again, apparently he got onto a website and you know, had sex with a minor and that's super itchy, and and it's really terrible..

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"kilmore" Discussed on FanBros

FanBros

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on FanBros

"Previous episode. 'cause I mentioned this group me if you see a glass table in a scene, the looks like he's about the violent. Someone is going through that glass hackers in every single movie dating back to bad boys. One. You don't want to the table brother, and I knew as soon as they went to that scene and he was like, not a prices went up and I saw grass table. I said, no, this is over for you. Smacked up. Last table. Dog. Absolutely ridiculous. But Joe, tell me you guys saw the thread on Twitter of how Michael Rainey junior who plays to wreak is a bad ass kid in everything. He's played every broad barbershop. They broke out your gotta fide this shit. 'cause they broke out everything. I saw it and I was just like, yo, I see Netflix show. I didn't see the Netflix show where he when you play basketball player, but you know what? We're we're going to do confirmation bias here. He's definitely he definitely was a bad ass kid in them. I didn't even get to see it, but. Not only did this little. She was in a movie with nNcholas cage is well, right? So he was. He was. He was. What I've forgot the actresses name, but all over n- Laverne contact. He was her son, his son on oranges, new black, mis gendered. Her the The first first. of the, the best. The best thing about this. This thread was the do, does it even watch power? And he said, I don't even wants our, but I know for fact that this nigga probably the most hated motherfucker. He's like, he's going to be. This generation's Clifton Powell right cooked in Powell is the dirty dirty evil, villain. Black nigga in everything that he does. He's going to be just like Clifton Powell. Like as soon as he gets on screen, it's about the fuck some some shit up, right and about to make them. So I'm guaranteed. So the movie to eleven with nNcholas cage. I think he, he was. He broke his street, but this dude, this dude, really, this dude is waste sold. Last episode he does like the he does like the asthma attack and for the security guard, I was just terrible acting. I I just just. I can't stand him as a person. I know there was like a power, a power, truth party in New York, like they did something like they made a club at the truth. If I lived in New York, I wouldn't want to go because if I go. You wanna swing on them. That's why Joe, honestly, that's how it was for Holly when Holly jolly came to the wrap party. But I think it was season three when she died, and it was so crazy. She is the actress, Lucy Walters. She's like the nicest person in the world and the fact that Seoul, many people hated her. This holiday, fuck yourself. Her at the party and they're like hugging her like, oh, by God, you're so nice, but I hated you power, right? And that's where bike bike already. Judy is getting is getting to that level of free, super saying, fuck nigga right now with with this. But. But it makes me mad when goes poses with pictures with him on Instagram, like this is my real son of real life. I'm like, Kilmore ready. Shoot. Well, he's already not the minute a house anymore. When he lost that spike to him. He's son them all through the wall, painting the caning his his, his dad. Now Qena. Big fat. So yo your man Dray. Oh, god. Knows Drake, they told him he was like, yo, how you gonna do it. He's like, I got a plan. His plan was to bring a Zucca from nudie. Why doing that? And walking in midnight through a hotel with an endowed wasn't his only gun by the way you saw. He had a whole arsenal. He had an arsenal with him. You wait, I told you movie. He watched. He's got a plan. I watched a movie last night. I got the plane. What was it? Belly movie. He watched. No, he washed the end of law-abiding. Citizen was like Gerakas Dan. drawer. At the end of law abiding citizen to our Butler walks in dressed, like a janitor is actually happened in. This happened the JAMES BOND movie. The last one. I think the same exact thing happened. They..

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"kilmore" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Next traffic update less than ten minutes on wcbs reliable the weather center for today's forecast meteorologist met randy how does look well we are going to be a little bit humid yet here for the early morning hours about improvement is on the way we'll drop down to seventy three here for the morning and then later today with a mixture of clouds and sun not quite as hot this afternoon and becoming less humid will have high eighty six partly cloudy and wednesday night low sixty eight midtown near sixty in minnea lying areas and then intervals of clouds and sun on thursday not too bad of an afternoon with a high of eighty three sunshine and a few clouds friday with a high of eighty five partly sunny skies high up to eighty six on saturday and then a little bit more humidity on sunday with times of clouds and sun high again eighty six i'm meteorologist marrandi and the wcbs weather center and cbs news time for ten the toddler is in critical condition after being found unresponsive and their families pool dix hills when firefighters arrived at the kilmore avenue hall monday night they found the two year old's father performing cpr on her at the side of the pool responders rushed her to good samaritan hospital a pennsylvania man has drowned while swimming at the jersey shore authorities say forty two year old gabriel deborah's a pittsburgh began struggling shortly after he entered the water off ocean grove monday night he was quickly pulled from the water by bystanders who performed cpr but he was pronounced dead at the hospital a short time later and the police in jersey say sixty year old man died when he crashed a gocart at a birthday party guests at the home in holmdale had been taking turns on the go kart but boris sarah brenick of edgewater lost control and crashed into a tree suffering a severe head injury that coker didn't have a restraint and sarah brenick wasn't wearing a helmet nobody cbs's time for eleven well international soccer tournaments might try nothing rallies the world together like chicken so we're doing our part to bring nations together with five traditional wings for.

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"kilmore" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on KOMO

"Seven seven seven thirty one right now tuesday morning gregg hersholt and manda factor with the komo morning news and these are some of our top stories well what a president trump's critics in congress is taking a wait and see attitude before passing judgment on the summit in singapore democratic derek kilmer is us representative from washington six district fuses good and denuclearization is good but so are details and at this point we haven't seen a lot of those and i think to that extent the jury's out until we see more kilmer says he's hopeful the current process brings verifiable denuclearization president trump says it will but the us will have to check to make sure kim is following through kilmore also wants the discussion to include us allies seattle city council is expected to vote to repeal it's controversial tax on big businesses this afternoon the move comes after the council faced aggressive pushback and a potential referendum right now there's no replacement for the tax that was supposed to raise forty eight million dollars a year to help fight the homeless crisis starting january first a wildfire in grant county forced residents of about two hundred homes to quickly evacuate last night under a level three order meaning leave now calls carleen johnson just got an update on the soap lake fire and she's here to tell us more about it along the fire without being called the soak lake fire was discovered about four thirty yesterday on the east side of state route seventeen north of the town so blake and it was wind driven to the east so it blew up the wall and along highway seventeen performances initially the fire yesterday afternoon was not a threat to any home early evening winds shifted and carried the fire directed toward several homes right now we have about fifteen to twenty homes which are under a level three evacuation knows this means to get out of your house now the ten to fifteen homes under level two orders now it sounds like they may get to return home later today they're getting a handle on it fifty percent contained now this soap lake.

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"kilmore" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In a travel limbo due to his current health condition nathan dyer a junior badger high was on a three week break overseas in morocco when he fell ill several weeks ago he's now in paris in a coma but his parents don't have the money to cover the up to one hundred thousand dollar cost to fly him back to the us we just wanna get nathan home so he can be close to his family be with us support system the parents are reaching out to anyone who can help them find a way to get nathan back home or at least find a doctor who could figure out what is causing nathan's condition a chain reaction motorcycle accident in kenosha county saturday killed one and injured five the sheriff's office says they were called to county road w they found the lead motorcycle in the group failed to make a curve creating a three motorcycle accident seven year old lisa facon of illinois died at the scene injuries for the five others involved range from minor to significant reckless drivers are put on notice law enforcement in milwaukee county promising a joint effort this summer to go after unsafe drivers milwaukee county acting sheriff richard schmidt recklessly meeting in milwaukee running stop signs and red lights is producing devastating destruction thirty fifth and capital has recently been named the worst intersection in the states some temporary maintenance closures will make your ride into downtown a bit more complicated starting today through the end of the week the milwaukee dpw will be closing the fortythree northbound tunnel offramp to kill warren avenue for some maintenance work they'll start closing the kilmore tunnel on ramp to forty three northbound next week on the eighth these closures will be staggered so make sure you prepare your alternate routes into downtown w lhasa wtmj news the group raising money to erect.

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"kilmore" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

WARRIOR WEEK

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on WARRIOR WEEK

"He may not believe you but if he hears it on this podcast he may just actually connect to sang story 'cause sang is exactly your teenager and he's describing what he went after all these things because there was no one to lead you toward manhood so you associate manhood we're what's available to you that's right like at one point you got to figure this out okay so continue story men because this is like this is pulling in the audience inside of this like if you wanna play this game motherfucker if you wanna really play this game allow your feelings to fuck flow and bring yourself in and then allow yourself the permission to see where you fucked up this may not resonate with some say okay lesson i don't have boys i get it it's not different in the case of your daughters that's right we'll pause real quick since you're talking about so i just did it training one of the guys comes out of the training and he was a pass for fifteen years he got fifteen years ago from his senior pastor took half his pay and asking me double the work because he was building bigger than seniors pastor's ministry so that guy josie trying to squash him so he hasn't been ministry fifteen years he comes into my training right he comes after we celebrate you had major breakthroughs he started lead himself my son who's in the training with them my oldest teenage new seventeen years old be eighteen february fifteenth he looks before he leaves and he said hey you really when lead your son you go home till your sense up he doesn't know about you and you will lead him i didn't know about this conversation the guy goes home called me three days later he says you know you're fucking son told me go what he said to my son i've never told him so i could leave him and stop hiding in the shadows and come out into the light behold complete being integrity site oh my son i'm dick pornography it's his sons fourteen it's kilmore my relationship through mom as kilmore relationship youth killing me and my gonna do more.

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Police: Austin bomber's motive still unknown, despite video

24 hour News

01:40 min | 3 years ago

Police: Austin bomber's motive still unknown, despite video

"Thirty nine to controversial school safety bills introduced in the california legislature seek to prevent and stop any potential threat on campus the first bill calls for an added tax on gun and ammunition sales to fund a special counselors on middle school campuses who would be tasked with detecting and reporting potential threats the second is to put an armed resource officer on every campus elementary middle and high school in the state assemblyman james gallagher says such an officer worked at a school campus in saint mary's county maryland when a shooter was stopped after wounding two students you wouldn't just have to hold up in our classrooms and hope something doesn't more dire does it happen both bills have their opposition's both bills are just beginning the committee process jim roope los angeles police say the man suspected of terrorizing austin texas with a series of bombings confessed in a twenty five minute video recorded just hours before twentythreeyearold mark condit blow himself up as swat officers closed in fourth omar franken via reports from greville that's north of boston where the suspect lived he does not at all mention anything about terrorism nor does he mention anything about hate austin interim police chief brian manley says the twenty five minute video doesn't show a motive but does offer a glimpse into the mind of bombing suspect marc condit there were also indications of actions he was willing to take in the future a major breakthrough in the massive manhood came when investigators identified condit on surveillance footage in a fedex store dropping off two explosive packages using the alias kelly kilmore devices that exploded in austin and near san antonio were pipebombs with batteries and smokeless powder.

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"kilmore" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"In texas say there is a reasonable level of certainty there are no more austin package bombs out in the public but they have urged people to remain mindful new developments on the suspect this morning as well here's abc's kenneth gibson this morning an apparent confession in the austin surreal bombings investigators say mark condit left a twenty five minutes recording on his phone detailing his plot on this recording the suspect describes the six bombs that he constructed with a level of specificity that he identified the differences among those six bombs in the recording police say condit does not mention terrorism or hate or why he chose the victims he did it is the outcry of a very challenged young man talking about challenges in his personal life to this point conduct was able to allude authorities for weeks after allegedly triggering a bombing spree that killed two people and wounded at least five it all ended when police say conduct set off a bomb in his suv has the swat team moved in the suspect detonated a bomb inside the vehicle knocking one of our swat officers back and one of our swat officers fired at the suspect as well condit's pink gloves are one of the trademarks that led police right to him investigators reportedly discovering those distinct gloves were available at a nearby home depot and surveillance video from that store appeared to show the suspect and his license plate investigators also match the images with receipts saying he used the elliot's kelly kilmore to send packages while the suspected bomber changed his tactics from mailing bombs to trip wire the atf says he did have a signature.

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"kilmore" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on WRVA

"Of snow this weekend first alert to this early in the week another stow chance this one seems to be favoring saturday evening saturday night and early sunday but if you inches of snow pretty decent bit a driver who closed down i ninety five in both directions near belvidere is he threatened to shoot himself is in the hospital in critical condition the lakeside man his his forties eventually shot himself in the chest during the afternoon commute on who's taking the vc is medical center it started with him driving away from a police stop on param and then crashing his car on ninety five south this woman caught in the traffic tells cbs six it was scary kids next to me in a car crying sobbing like they were scared he was going to come get neighbors of the boston bomber allowed back into their homes overnight after police found components but no more ready to detonate devices in his home in flutters ville near austin investigators revealing twentythreeyearold mark condit left behind a twenty five minute confession on his phone and a list of future targets i know everybody is interested in a motive and understanding why and we're never going to be able to put a ration behind these acts police zeroing condit after spotting him surveillance video trying to mail a package from a fedex shipping center in southwest austin investigators then match these images with his receipts from fedex where police say he used the pseudonym kelly kilmore they also found his receipt sport the nails which they say he bought at home depot and the batteries which he bought online abc's mad gunman facebook ceo mark zuckerberg tells cnn users deserve better security after it was revealed a political data firm harvested information on fifty million social media users this was a major breach of trust and i'm really sorry that this happened we have a basic responsibility to protect people's data and if we can't do that then then we don't deserve to have the opportunity to serve people and we're the president supports a one point three trillion dollar budget deal to keep the government from shutting down tomorrow night the compromise the keeps things funded through september expected to be voted on by the house today followed by.

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"kilmore" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"That's b o five biggest business moments in modern charlotte history we're gonna count them down and get your thoughts and talk about that today during the pat mccaw uri show okay so austin texas officials there say there's a reasonable level of certainty that there are no more austin package bombs out in the public but they have urged people to remain mindful and austin police say they now that the now deceased suspect in the recent string of bombings twentythree year old mark condit of pflueger ville left a twenty five minute phone recording more from abc's candice gibson this morning and apparent confession in the austin surreal bombings investigators say mark conduct left a twenty five minute recording on his phone detailing his plot on this recording the suspect describes the six bombs that he constructed with a level of specificity that he identified the differences among those six bombs in the recording police say condit does not mention terrorism or hate or why he chose the victims he did it is the outcry of a very challenge young man talking about challenges in his personal life that led him to this point conduct was able to allude authorities for weeks after allegedly triggering a bombing spree that killed two people and wounded at least five it all ended when police say conduct set off a bomb in his suv as the swat team moved in the suspect detonated a bomb inside the vehicle knocking one of our swat officers back and one of our swat officers fired at the suspect as well condit's pink gloves are one of the trademarks at led police right to him investigators reportedly discovering those distinct gloves were available at a nearby home depot and surveillance video from that store appeared to show the suspect and his license plate investigators also match the images with receipts saying he used the aliens kelly kilmore to send packages while the suspected bomber changed his tactics from mailing bombs to trip wire the atf says he did have a signature so you actually had atf technician to piece together physically these bonds affidavits voted.

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"kilmore" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To listen to dave ramsey find koa news radio koa newsradio iheartradio station koa newsradio time is five thirty two i'm sheera poelman austin police say there is a recorded video confession from bombing suspect marquan did who killed himself as police closed in on him today however there's still no motive in the series of bombings in central texas five bombs had exploded but the sixth was an unexploded device recovered from fedex police zeroing in on condit after spotting hemos surveillance video trying to mail a package from fedex shipping center in southwest austin scene in an apparent disguised wearing gloves police say used the pseudonym kelly kilmore they also found his receipts for the nails which they say he bought at home depot in the batteries which he bought online abc's matt gunmen twentythreeyearold year old marquan died today in an explosion after police had surrounded he has family here in the metro area an aunt who lives in lakewood anna grandmother and we're told that he spent last christmas here in colorado the federal reserve raising interest rates a quarter of a percent to sign of confidence in the economy this decision marks another step in the ongoing process of gradually scaling back monetary policy accommodation a process that has been underway for several years now this is the first rate hike under that new fare chairmen jerome powell policymakers expect to raise the rate two more times this year and up to three next year and stocks as a result of it down today dow jones fell forty five points s and p dropped five points and the nasdaq fell nineteen points this report sponsored by hansonmcclain our next news update six o'clock i'm sheera poelman on koa newsradio eight fifty am.

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"kilmore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And it's really depressing for the company where mark conduct used to work wolf you gotta decision you want statements he hasn't worked here next amount of days x amount of months whatever it is and move on that's a bad publicity unfair publicity but it still publicity nonetheless so here's another part to all this story with the local terrorists who gets the reward right and we don't know what think let's go back to the part that broke this for whatever reason whatever mental issues mark conduct goes into the sunset valley fedex store looks like in daylight and the pictures all right i don't know about media view but if you worked behind the counter at fedex and knowing the local stories and you see that guy standing there and latex gloves that's at best it's just a crazy person and a crazy person at time when crises not cool with packages that's not cool at all so there's one hundred and was at one hundred and fifty thousand dollar reward or one fifteen or one fifty whatever it is so what's interesting now did someone at fedex call guy i mean first of all imagine if you're suspicious and you've got to pick up that box i'm sorry where are you sending this crazy person would you pick up the box okay so you're not sure but you know it's a really weird person in front of you in a clown wig and latex gloves and their mailing and i i don't know that you would know it's a fake address but kelly kilmore is not exactly that did do we know that somebody from from fedex the store go back by the copy machine and make a phone call.

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"kilmore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Seven five nine zero k lbj it didn't turn out to be i think everyone in decided it's obviously a crazy person i don't think many of you thought it was going to be a twenty three year old guy in austin i don't think that fit the profile they didn't i mean it may be fit the profile of some killers from domestic terrorists but in terms of his bombmaking skills which the fed said were were pretty extensive that didn't fit the that didn't fit the profile he was so meticulous and so in so hidden the entire month to show up at fedex the way he did is just shocking and to deliver it to send packages who kelly kill more and fake addresses in austin i mean that's i think we all had a pretty good idea yesterday that he just he just dared them to come find him and did it the most over the top way otherwise it was going to take awhile had he not shown up now they would've caught it because they had the receipts they were finding their receipts they were putting together a description they had an ip address but they weren't certain who it was or much about the bomber until he showed up at fedex and tied to mail who stands in line with latex gloves and a wig on in mails packages to kelly kilmore but then of course they had the nobody knows of the hotel he was at a hotel parking lot or maybe even a hotel room when police.

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"kilmore" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on WEEI

"Way the type of guarantee shareholders jerry if you watch that game i don't want to argue but since i've just read the energy get dejean what's the okay okay well we will talk about deja collective we'll talk retired numbers in rank the best patriots and the brady earn obey ugly point is calls i want to let the people andrews hang up i'm not going to talk at the if you're if you're uh uh gordon even ecb itch and you write that story right you can't tell me that that you take away after watching that game after watching as dealers meltdown the big spot big picture take down take with that gives the refs you know why i'm sorry you know why i think jesse james catch was a touch them because there's always some room for interpretation tell me this the touchdown that uh martavis bryant scored with one hand the catch yup yup how's that not either interference on uh gilmour's a kill more pick was yes or pride i mean the ah hands were locked up he only had one hand available either he was pushing gilmore where's the ruin her gilmour's his reputation on uh the ground twopoint conversion uh what do you mean was it has always room for interpretation right wizard was on average everything sean spicer while there is an on that bunk has also always i mean a grave there was a hold on a call on that play where uh it was on tuni mystical yeah okay ridic i'll take a look at it and take a look at i've watched broken down twenty two you never stopped by belittle is seriously why is there no room for interpretation when the replay official when there is always some subjectivity and again i go does that was an to the bride touched off by the rules that auto doubter then you sell the dire touchdown at gene you think there would be a flag yeah meals honey a one handed catch sure either he's pushing or holding gil morgan was holding him now if you look at it i assume you guys think kilmore was holding him right that's more likely yes and you don't care its waved off if they call it right because it's the touchstones yet but but you know what you know what roughest berger is great at and maybe even better than brady is a.

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"kilmore" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"kilmore" Discussed on WEEI

"The course of the last couple of decades snow falls transplant there's gonna be a moment in the game where he'll do something that will help the un other team when the game true i was listening to nfl sunday yesterday listening to uruguay oh you guys were greater from the shed across the stress right and and you will try to talk much off the off the the yet edged my guys nato is guys on the charges howard who charlize offense pila my god this offense he's a hero and now no they're really not that good i don't think they are i i didn't think they were and and he fell into the same trap with atlanta atlanta actually on papers even a little bit better but you certainly when these guys and maybe it's because you're still thinking about the patriots defense the first four weeks or five weeks even when every quarterbacks thrown for over three hundred and every running back of catching a bunch of passes and every receiver is a big threat but the cia charger state like melvin gordon had that huge run as a monster on a sevenyard but for the most part i don't think he's very good keenan alan is very solid probably the best overall require press overall offense of player anyway the rest of them are very average and then he throw philip rivers in the mix and even a a patriots defense that didn't have hightower brown or kilmore yesterday or row still doesn't matter they still give up thirteen point is still vacant antonio gates's average now area this the unoas reputation was great yeah he was veterans of all their aamer tonio gates yeah yeah no i mean he development wayne allyn but he would be better than anybody not aim at ronkko on this team yeah probably i saw it speaking of out i don't know if they'll be able to go get a tied in they're looking for the kinda tied in that we have in mind but i i saw a story in espn dot com had a story about jarvis landry the being available on okay weinheim why would miami if.

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