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Hughes scores 2, lifts Devils past Blackhawks in OT
"Jack Hughes capped his two goal performance by scoring less than a minute into overtime completing the devils four three win over the Blackhawks I get to own one for most the ranks you know so I have a lot of options going through my mind during the skate and surf you know gravy drove that stuff you know I have the patience and kind of move the Golan hi ninety nine after that Dougie Hamilton scored on his first shot is the devil and Andreas Johnsson gave his team a three one lead early in the third period Hamilton scored just seventeen seconds into the game the fastest goal by a devil in his team debut the hawks gained a point when Dominic bahkan Kirby dach tallied in the final three fifty three of regulation Jonathan Bernier made twenty four saves for the devils on the ferry
US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in drone strike
"The U. S. says it will pay relatives of Afghans killed in a drone strike in August Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said in a statement Friday the U. S. defense department will offer condolence payments to relatives of ten people killed in Afghanistan in an errant U. S. drone strike in Cabool on August twenty ninth the hellfire missile struck a car that it just pulled into a driveway of a family compound ten members of the family including seven children were killed the U. S. central command called the strike a tragic mistake Kirby says they're also working with the state department to help surviving family members relocate to the United States the U. S. military originally said it had targeted an Islamic state group facilitator but the Associated Press and other news organizations quickly reported that the driver of the targeted vehicle was a long time employee at a humanitarian organization Jennifer king Washington
"kirby" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"She get having encounter once with a groundhog well. Actually she had to encounter. She did have the counter with a groundhog and groundhog lost. And then one day My backyard. I don't know why skunk decided who's going to try to walk in my backyard and i didn't say it and i let her out and she got into a little scuffle with with the skunk and i didn't. I didn't see directly when it first happened. Of course i smell and after the play had broken up and she came back to the house. I i took her out in washington. There's like a like a concoction people makeup of dawn dishwashing liquid side and baking soda. Top get the odor out. So i washed her up. Real good with that and She seemed fine morning. We were off for the weekend by sunday night. She wouldn't need she acting funny. She always aids so I spoke to the supervisor. Who said you know you. You need to take to the vet. Take to the vet with twenty four hour emergency vets in our area so i figured out why. Wait and see how she's doing in the morning check night. Now she choose craig she. She sat up and everything seemed fine. Went back to bed the morning. She was like a rag doll. I couldn't even get her to stand. Every every time. I got up feet under she class. So restaurants. Emergency vet and explain the situation. With the skunk as pending. I could feel almost like a scab on her back. And i said i don't know what this guy is it's I remember feeling this before so that starts shaving area and shaving that area and shave in that area. I guess what happened was when she grabbed a skunk had not gotten a skunk by the back of the naked i while the skunk had had chewed up for shoulder and she must have been bit probably ten twenty..
"kirby" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"But i mean somebody says hey you know that i had a ten thousand dollar diamond ring in there and stuff like that you have to look for so they. They do a cursory search. The vehicle and under the sea is a duffel bag. Open it up. And there's i believe it was six six packages consistent with the way kilograms of cocaine or are patched so the of all you know he goes. I knew was in here. I knew it was in here so they opened up the they they do what is called field tests to check to see what the drugs are in the in the packaging and everything came up negative. The you know drugs identified so look into it further name. Discover that more than likely it's probably pancake mix and somebody was setting somebody up in this situation. I guess if they would rat on them and so the next morning i an email was put out the saying that that group that had seized that vehicle was going to do a pancake breakfast with the. It is pretty comical. I going to get back to something. You mentioned the and flip with the every time when you guys were out somewhere not on judy. And she indicated. There was a time It was it was a small now but we were We stopped by friends Friends restaurant for lunch ashes. Sit a couple of other police officers and my friend knew what we did for a living. Obviously and this guy used to guys command and kirby around people so much. She didn't really Zero in on people when they walked into a room and these two guys walked by and also the head go up in the nose starts kindling and all the guys sit. Look you know we all look down at her and she and then she sits down. She's looking at these guys. So i accidentally dropped the leash and she goes over and when the guy dallas pockets kind of like opened up a little bit on his on his pants and she went over and she she sticks her noted right on the edge of the pocket of his pants and know so i come up and grab a rope got her and when she indicates she scratches wanna scrap home and he had a bartender. Said you know that that is a police dog in guys like does that. That's a drug dog. The guy ran.
"kirby" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"She was to help your dog. I ever owned She had one little on skin tab on the inside of her. i that that they wanted to remove. They said it could be cancer. Could not be cancer. We're not sure so. The only time during her career that she really needed other than other than her shots and checkups was was for the skin tag on awry and then the The skin tattoos removed and everything was fine. There are no further issues with it and then Just after she retired she had She started limping. I took him to the vet and then we found the tomb runner l. I i reached out to a guy that i down on the internet that live down in new mexico and he was a border patrol agent and he had a nonprofit that paid for stuff like this for a retired police dog and i reached out to him. He agreed to pay the bill and he did. And then Actor that. I met jason johnson from project. Canine hero and And he adopted curving that his program he paid for the rest of the kirby's that bills but there really wasn't much you used just she was overall healthy and to after fifteen years old. Okay and at what i did could be retire. She's about twelve hundred twelve meeting around twelve when she retired. Going back a little bit to take long to to settling eventually with the other dogs in your home. It probably took about six months for everybody to understand the situation. I'm the funniest was. I had dogs away and i wanted her to get to know the house so i was watching tv. I was letting her run loose. I look over and there was nothing on my kitchen counter. But i don't know that you haven't been at a house before because she was standing on the kitchen counter. Why she's really she's just she's a standing there. This is the place to stand at the moment. It was funny and then one time she was in front living room in the house. And i went through the dining room to the sliding back door. Opened it up Said climbing outside. She walked through the living room. Those walks over the across the kitchen table down the other side of the kitchen table out the back door. But here i'm getting like it's yes and she had never been in a half you. I just laughed. I mean she can do any damage. It was it was. It was pretty funny. Apart from the the locking of getting up over tables and kitchen benches would. What would you say that. Who other unique habits would be.
"kirby" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"And they were searching it and They couldn't couldn't find what they were looking for. So i brought kirby and kirby started searching the car and she went over to the glovebox instead scratching on the glovebox low scratched globe box it open and she sticker knows in the back of globe box and she's going crazy so we are out of the We pull out of the car and We get a pry bar and the isolate Door of the arab. We we we pop off a couple stolen guns and erin about i think two or three kilos a good game show where this truck had come from. They get a search warrant for this place and it's actually a big warehouse and they get the search warrant and of course i'm gonna hang around. Who's i you know. I really want to run the cia. This warehouse when when they get the search warrant and i take it in the warehouse and is probably a dozen dozen vehicles in there and different different things throughout the the warehouse. She goes in and she's like she's pretty much like there's something here there's something here there's something here and she's you know running through the warehouse to indicate left him right so we more all the places in the guys are gonna go back and search and she had warehouses set up. There's a there's a bathroom and it was like just like like almost like a small little shed inside the warehouse and at its own roof about eight feet high. I'm the warehouse twenty five so i I is i'm talking. She goes into the bathroom and she starts jumping up and doing backflips off of the wall. The bathroom over brabourne. i said. Hey you guys might wanna check to see on the bathroom. And yeah so. They took note of that and i stayed while they were searching and helped out so what happened was one of the guys gets on a ladder and goes off and he standing on its. It's it's plywood on top of this ceiling so he's standing actually like basically the route to the bathroom and he's like preston up here he goes. It's just by what everything's fine like. All right i'll navy. She's smelling iota from something else. Moving around in the in the warehouse. So i We'll be done. You know we're packing everything up and i said oh. Would you guys get out of the bathroom. What he's talking about the bathroom would you guys get here as the as agents getting down off the baffling ceiling your roof there. He said down and by what was being held down by like a pressure law so he sat down on the plywood. Got onto the ladder and didn't realize it will the press release and they're hydraulic arm and the The the roof wanted people pieces apply. What on the roof. Just slow up and there is i. Think ca- crack and money and like kilo cocaine up there but it was it was comical and you know it's something they have never found it if it wasn't for the dog. Did you have a have any luck. Running wall lewis still suspects around when she was doing any socially not.
United Airlines Is Firing Workers Over Vaccine Noncompliance
"Airlines announced. Yesterday that it's beginning the process of firing hundreds of its employees who failed to comply with the company's cove in nineteen vaccination requirements the united airline. Ceo scott kirby and president bret hart wrote in a memo. This was an incredibly difficult decision but keeping our team safe has always been our first priority. You know the smart kids are such
Daniels plays quarter as No. 2 Georgia dominates Vandy 62-0
"The number two Georgia Bulldogs went on the road and absolutely embarrassed the Vanderbilt Commodores on their home field sixty two to nothing leading up to the contest Georgia head coach Kirby smart preached his group the importance of proving their number two ranking you're gonna be leadership team you got to be elite all the time you can't be some of them that's not how the team's flight and orgasm brace that and I was proud of him junior quarterback JT Daniels was near perfect going nine of ten four hundred twenty nine yards and two scores and one senior Stetson Bennett got his chance under center he did much of the same going eleven of fifteen four hundred fifty one yards and a touchdown of his own if that wasn't enough the Bulldogs crossed the goal line five times on the ground in the decimation of vanity the Commodores were held to just seventy seven yards of total offense I'm Jerry takeover
John Kirby Demonstrates the Celebration Parallax Over Stranded Americans in Afghanistan
"First that look like how does diplomacy get those people out of the Taliban controlled Afghanistan? It's not completely unlike the way we do it elsewhere around the world. I mean, we have Americans that get stranded in countries all the time. The celebration Parallax. That's not happening, but it's great that it is. If that's not an example of it. I may be reading this thing. Totally wrong. Just the other day they were screaming. Nobody stranded. How dare you, accused of Biden Administration of stranding people I played the sake cut John Kirby today again, disgraced spokesman for the stuff for the Department of Defense should resign immediately immediately. No delay whatsoever. Please resign and preserve some shred of your dignity, he says today. Not only we stranding people, people are stranded all the time. No big deal. As if they didn't strand them. Yeah. You know
Biden Forgets About Stranded Americans in Afghanistan, Pivots Back to Race
"Because here I am reading the media today. The Americans still behind enemy lines. With tens of thousands of our Afghan allies Patriots behind enemy lines. The genocide goes on. I read this and PJ medium. After losing a war and straining Americans in Afghanistan. Biden's Pentagon pivots back to race. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin and Pentagon spokesman John Kirby. Just left an untold number of Americans straining in Afghanistan. A week ago today, 13 American Service members died in a terrorist attack at the Kabul airport. That happened because Austin and the generals left it surrounded by enemy forces. They had their eye off the ball of their main jobs. Protecting Americans and protecting our forces, writes Brian Preston. Reverted to taking their eye off the ball again. Tweet from John Kirby. From Deputy from Secretary from Deputy secretary defense Tonight, he says, quote racial disparities in the military justice system have been a problem for far too long. We know it and we're going to work hard to fix it. Sister site 20 reports. Kirby is getting raped for this. He
Can You Hear the Screams of the People of Afghanistan Tonight?
"Now we have propaganda is in this country from the Defense Department to the state Department to the White House. Highly paid, Admiral Kirby. Nick Price, Jen, pus, AKI and others. And now generals who are part of the propaganda. Do you think George Patton or Omar Bradley or the top General George Marshall would leave American citizens and enemy territory under any circumstances or conditions? Including at the order. The commander in chief, No commander in chief has ever ordered any general To leave citizens behind. What about these Children and these women? What about the Afghan allies? The men who fought next to US firefight after firefight. What about the 80 to 100,000 s ivy visas granted special visas granted to Patriots, who fought side by side with Americans. Instead, we hear that the American citizens didn't act fast enough. Instead, we hear this was a massive success. Instead, we here we will use diplomacy. To deal with these Nazis. Instead, we hear we may in the future work with them against Isis as if they're different. It's the Taliban that allowed Al Qaeda to attack us on 9 11, the Taliban They have our equipment they have are people. They have our allies. They are going to threaten us. They're working with the Communist Chinese. They're working with Putin. They're working with the Iranians and listen to me. America. Can you hear the screams of the people of Afghanistan tonight?
Biden Lied to the World About the Crisis in Afghanistan
"Joe biden said this. I need you to tell the perception around the world and in parts of afghanistan i believe is that things are going well in terms of fighting against the taliban and there is a need whether it's true or not there is a need to project. A different picture biden said that will change perception. That will change an awful lot. I think now. What's so incredible about the statement from biden is that it is. It's another example that this regime and the way that democrats view government is not about actually implementing things that are objectively real. It's about whether or not they can persuade you on television. That what they're saying is actually happening. I want you to read. I want you to listen to this carefully. Joe biden said agani and again this is a leaked call from the national security apparatus and there is a need whether it's true or not hold on here that joe biden saying it doesn't matter if it's actually true we the way we do things in america. Let me give you a little bit of a one on one here gani. I know you're new to the whole corrupt ruler thing but the way we do stuff in america it's called mirage. We just give everyone a nice impression that we're doing a good job. When in reality were plundering their future and deteriorating their currency and keeping the border is open. I need you to lie. Ghani why are you such a bad liar. That's what this whole phone call was about. Biden was saying that. I know the taliban is gonna take over. But why don't you lie better now. This this this this really reveals two things number one. It reveals how your leaders actually view their role as running the country as play actors but number two it also reveals that the big. Lie that lloyd. Austin and mark milley and john kirby and tony blinken have been telling the big lie that they had no idea that kabul was going to fall was is pathologically untrue.
Media Cannot Forgive Biden for Lying About Afghanistan's Real Threats
"It. We cannot have a president who lies to us like this. We cannot have the head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who participates in this We cannot. We must not We can't believe a damn thing that comes out of his mouth or Millie's mouth or Austin's mouth of the secretary of state, the national security advisor. They needed to change perceptions that the Taliban's rapid advance whether it's true or not. Whether it's true or not. And again say what you will about This president who ran off with God knows how much money in Afghanistan, he said. We're losing their overrunning us. There are foreign fighters pouring into our country 10 to 15,000. From Afghanistan. How combined didn't say that in his speech today. They didn't tell a single reporter day in and day out at the Pentagon with this guy, Kirby Day in and day out at the State Department that this guy price day in and day out with pus sake. What? General Milley? What General? This in general, that not a word. Now, let's see how the media react to this. The AP. Reuters port reported. It Let's see how the AP response I noticed, the AP reported. The Defense Department always says Well, thank you for being here. She says this to the generals, the secretary. What do you mean? Thank you for being here, dummy. Let's see how the White House Press Corps response to this We need to get this behind us. And at the same time we deserve props, you know?
John Kirby Openly States 'Americans Get Stranded All the Time'
"This is John Kirby. Now switching the narrative from peppermints, Uh, narrative a few weeks ago. We don't strand Americans. Now they know there'll be no media fallout whatsoever. For leaving our people overseas. So John Kirby, Defense Department spokesperson like whatever we strand Americans all the time. Too bad Nelson Month. No worries here, John Kirby. So what does that look like? How does diplomacy get those people out of the Taliban controlled Afghanistan? It's not completely unlike the way we do it elsewhere around the world. I mean, we have Americans that get stranded in in countries all the time. Thank you for cutting that, Jim. I didn't even have to ask him. Thank you. I appreciate he's got a lot to juggle during the show. You and Mike do a great job there. Americans get stranded all the time, folks. Americans do get stranded all the time. They rarely get stranded by their own government. However, intentionally in a war zone when we had options, not do it
Afghanistan Evacuation: Pentagon Says 'Still Time' to Get Americans Out
"The Pentagon says it remains ready to get more Americans out of Afghanistan as the war enters its final hours so far the military says that as flown some one hundred twenty two thousand people from Afghanistan including fifty four hundred Americans for those still there there's still time spokesman John Kirby we still have the ability and the capability to conductive actuation operations but Kirby would not give me the details and notes the final hours before president Biden's withdrawal deadline are particularly dangerous the threat remains high and it remains real saying rockets targeted the airport last night Sager mag ani Washington
Biden Warns Another Militant Attack in Afghanistan Is Highly Likely
"Biden says the risk of another attack on us troops at the kabul airport remains extremely high. The military continues evacuation of americans at risk afghans until the final troops depart. Here's npr's greg. Murray president biden said in a statement. Saturday that quote. Our commanders informed me that an attack is highly likely in the next twenty four to thirty six hours. He also said the. Us would continue to target isis k the group behind the suicide bombing at the airport a us drone strike killed two members of the group and wounded a third at the pentagon spokesman. John kirby said the military was pressing ahead with evacuation flights. Nothing has changed about the time line for us and we will do this as safe in an orderly way as possible and that includes being able to continue to evacuate right up until the end the. Us mission is scheduled to in tuesday greg mary. Npr news washington. A pentagon said this weekend more than one hundred seventeen thousand people including fifty four hundred. Americans have been blown out of afghanistan so
Attack on Kabul Airport ‘Highly Likely’ in Coming Hours: Biden
"President biden says the risk of another attack on us troops at the kabul airport remains extremely high. The military continues evacuation of americans at risk afghans until the final troops depart. Here's npr's greg. Murray president biden said in a statement. Saturday that quote. Our commanders informed me that an attack is highly likely in the next twenty four to thirty six hours. He also said the. Us would continue to target isis k the group behind the suicide bombing at the airport a us drone strike killed two members of the group and wounded a third at the pentagon spokesman. John kirby said the military was pressing ahead with evacuation flights. Nothing has changed about the time line for us and we will do this as safe in an orderly way as possible and that includes being able to continue to evacuate right up until the end the. Us mission is scheduled to in
Biden Warns Another Militant Attack in Afghanistan Is Highly Likely
"Drone strike he ordered will not be his last response to the Islamic state Group affiliate in Afghanistan. The deadly attack against U. S troops in Afghanistan villians near the Kabul airport. In a statement, President Biden says we will continue to hunt down any person involved in that heinous attack and make them pay. The president discussed the situation with top military commanders Saturday and they told him another attack is highly likely in the next 24 to 36 hours, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says while the U. S drone strike killed two Isis K planners and facilitators Security threat remains very real. Nobody's writing this off and saying, Well, we got them so we don't have to worry about Isis K anymore. A major general Hank Taylor of the joint staff ads, we will continue to have the ability to defend ourselves. And to leverage over the horizon capability to conduct counter terrorism operations as needed. Ben Thomas
US Continues Airlift Amid High Threat in Afghanistan
"The Pentagon says the U. S. Is pressing ahead with its airlift at the Kabul airport despite concerns about another possible terrorist attack. As NPR's Greg Myre reports the military carried out a deadly drone strike in response to Thursday's airport bombing. The Pentagon says the airstrike in eastern Afghanistan killed two and wounded one member of Isis K, the group that claimed responsibility for the Kabul airport bombing two days earlier. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the risk US troops at the airport remains high. The threat stream is still active, still dynamic. We're still laser focused on that and force protection. Nearly 7000 evacuees flew out over the past day and many more have been processed and are set to leave at any time. The airlift has now taken out 117,000 evacuees this month, a figure similar to the entire population of Billings,
Biden warns of more attacks as military begins final pullout
"President Biden says a retaliatory drone strike he ordered will not be his last response to the Islamic state group affiliate in Afghanistan the deadly attack against US troops and Afghan civilians near the Kabul airport I'm been Thomas with the latest in a statement president Biden says we will continue to hunt down any person involved in that heinous attack and make them pay the president discussed the situation with top military commander Saturday and they told him another attack is highly likely in the next twenty four to thirty six hours Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says well the U. S. drone strike killed two ISIS K. planners and facilitators the security threat remains very real make no mistake and nobody's writing this off and saying well we got them so we don't have to worry about ISIS K. anymore not the case Major General Hank Taylor of the joint staff ads without specifying any future plans I will say that we will continue to have the ability to defend ourselves into a leverage over the horizon capability to conduct counterterrorism operations as needed Ben Thomas Washington
U.S. Military Begins Final Pullout Amid Kabul Terror Threats
"Amid a heightened threat of terror attacks the Pentagon says the military has begun its final withdrawal from Afghanistan with three days to go before president Biden's deadline for getting out the US official says the number of troops at Kabul airport is now less than four thousand the Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says even as gear is loaded on to the flights the evacuation of people continues any U. S. passport holder that wants to get in can get in the state department believes there are about three hundred and fifty Americans still in the country who want to get out and roughly two hundred and eighty others have either said they plan to remain we're not told the state department of their plans as for Afghans we are still processing and getting on planes the SI V. applicants as well as vulnerable Afghans after Saturday drone strike killed two members of the Islamic state group's affiliate in Afghanistan Kirby says the threats of another attack remain very real they're very dynamic and we are monitoring them literally in real time meanwhile the remains of thirteen US troops killed in a suicide bomb attack Thursday are headed home Ben
U.S. Drone Strike Kills 2 Islamic State Members in Afghanistan
"The Pentagon says a drone strike in eastern Afghanistan killed two Islamic state group members not one is initially reported I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Major General Hank Taylor describes it as an over the horizon counterterrorism operations to high profile ISIS targets were killed and one was wounded and we know of zero civilian casualties Pentagon spokesman John Kirby declined to identify those killed or their specific roles but said they were ISIS key planners and facilitators and that's enough reason there alone Taylor indicated the strike may not be the last we will continue to have the ability to defend ourselves into a leverage over the horizon capability to conduct counterterrorism operations as needed Ben Thomas Washington
"kirby" Discussed on Launch Your Farm Podcast
"Who are just what it is. They will just complaints by. Oh my friend. Alex went through a great for him. Made a big difference in his life as well. So i know it's a great great program to go through We always wrap up with the best books. What's one book. You recommend that our viewers checkout that would have an impact on their life had impact on yours us so many good books For sure for real estate agents is the millionaire relative agent. But what else i be. What's that book about. David and goliath. Point guy yeah malcolm. Glad while glad while books anything. I have books i love him. So yeah tipping point was great Anything from nelken bibles and put that one on the note saw i. I know the book. You're talking about ninety silence. Anything from was timing sitting nothing Start with why. Have that in john maxwell so many john maxwell looks great to on kirby you've read all i want him to say okay so anyways. So yeah if if our viewers want to check out what you're up to connect with you. How can they find out what you're up to you know you've got courses things like that. So how can people find out what you're up to connect with me on facebook. I have to. I have two things. They're either find me. Kirby chen digital or you can find me at kirby leader personal profile. So you can connect with me. They're saying hey. I saw you on the show. And i love to connect with you saw. I love to connect with anybody wants to reach out. We'll put that the show notes so people can check that out so thank you for being on here. I'm glad to have you on. Like i said we've gone back for a long time. We were both teaching years ago teaching digital marketing longtime ago. So it's been awesome to see each other works through the the rankings of teaching in helping other agents so thank you for sharing your wisdom and your insight and really your passion because you can see you're passionate about what what you talk about. It's something that's it's not just a strategy and idea. It's something you really are living. Just nice to see. And i know our viewers will appreciate. That was certainly will. They certainly appreciate her fashion sense. Yes thanks thanks for checking today's episode. If you'd like more videos like this be sure to liken. Subscribe to a youtube channel. Check out our facebook page and our other social media channels looking for debris more great content like this and happy farming..
"kirby" Discussed on Launch Your Farm Podcast
"How do you get more business out of the people that are in there for from their friends and family. Because that's where. I find a lot of aiding struggle asking for that. Business passed the direct relationship. Okay so inside the raving fans like if you want to cause them to be on your support you and what we did. Is we add we. We say we add them to team. Okay because everybody wants to be a part of something so our clients lauded that they're part of the team okay. And when they're part of the team we do our quarterly 'cause on a quarterly calls. There's gonna be a theme to the court 'cause so in our spring we talk about like this is our spring Spring run right like we know your friends also. But i don't know how we can get to them so we do a brainstorming session. Kinda like this okay. I talked with them. I really need support. Like how do you think that. I can cause more of raving fans right So we have a name for are raving fans by. That's just internal talk there. I have bodos by bottle essay all-stars on it last year we could reach an all stars right and i say on how we can get all stars to refer their friends to us Do you have any ideas. So i asked each of them to share. What ideas did they can come up with. And here's the funny thing. The ideas they come with is the perfect idea for them out of it. Now awesome. so you'd be someone down. I give me a referral right. I really don't know how get them. Thinking like okay. Let me think kirby maybe my family. I could like send them all the email right and see if anyone moving maybe that could be a method would just have them come up with it and so credential you say yes to their own. Method is jammed. You group them in with everyone else doing it. So they know they're part of something bigger group doing that so they don't wanna feel like they're not doing it so that it ties it to instead of just having that one which you do want to do but you you're saying i'm getting all my raving fans do the same thing so they don't miss out or don't wanna feel like they're like now. Why didn't do that yet right now. That's a good idea. So putting them up maybe scoreboard contest. Navy i don't know i haven't done ned idea so we brainstorm now. I came up with the idea of how you can get more referrals so there you go thank you so getting those referrals obviously translates into more business. How do you reward them. Because i know in some places you can't really reward them financially. Whatever how do you take care of them. The people who are your raving fans how do you. How do you show your love on them. Other than just the communication. So that's that's where kerry comes into my wife who's is also my partner. So she's what we call a department where she gets. Show our clients love with gifts We love our edible arrangements. We'd we send we send out a lot We use send cards..
"kirby" Discussed on Launch Your Farm Podcast
"Show ryan review kirby chan with keller williams and the kirby chan real estate team in this episode. Curbing i talk about why he loves farming and how uses digital farming to build long-term relations kirby shares how he learned to use facebook lists and his database to build a duplicate follow up system that generates referrals year after year. And we talk about what scripts he uses to get referrals and how he grew is raving fans from eighty to close to five hundred very engaged people in a very short time kirby shares a super easy way to add value to your database. So they keep coming back and stay loyal while increasing your referrals and we talk about how to use social media to save a ton of time. So you don't have to be on the phone prospecting every day. Plus we talk about a ton of other ideas that you can use to grow geographic farm. So be sure to check this episode. Like and subscribe and enjoyed the episode with kirby looking back another episode of launcher farm show. I'm your host ryan smith and we've got a great guest. It's kirby jen curbing. I go way back. Kirby take a second. Tell yourself and while you're here cool. Thank you ryan. We do know each other way. Back and And i'm here today to share with you anything that you want to know right so i love farming and i love that in real estate so i love your show. You know all about building a farm right gooding a sustainable business. But that's why i'm here today. Just share what i know and being able to support People watching this so they can build a sustainable business. So they're not out they're going. They're hunting farming hunting hunting every day and the day they stop hunting. Guess what no crop right. Know me so well. We're talking about is assisting business causing repeat and referral. This was all about. That's the that's the power farming. So i want to go back to your beginning. High got certain real estate. Because i was like start with where you came from and how you got so what when you got into real estate. What does it look like for you so i. I came from a family a real city agent. My dad my mom and my brother uncle all real estate agents grew up with open houses going to investment properties that we still own right And i just hate it real. I'm never never going to be a real estate agent. Okay so was my mindset in knows like what i what i took in school was like furthest thing away from real estate. I took action design the arts very different. I want to piss off my data. So even though i had lost sales i love like a homes right properties..
"kirby" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Is i mean and in some ways maybe the most important part is how subjects are brought into the projects right and and how their continued being the project and even long after release. I mean it's a it's a long relationship. And because you know i mean there's only ranging between producer director but this these people who are making the phone by your also together engaging in this project and so so i would say i mean you know the the the term creative producer seamers. She is an exceptionally creative producer. And and for for outrage Ended the introduce but after that most of my game he did some too. But i can see even in those interviews. How good she was at during the interviews. And and so you know. I made us very early on that. She should absolutely do those interviews. And and it's just amazing to watch work. Because i mean she has this whole idea of how she's going to get it through every aspect not only story but the and the emotional fallout of it but all the other theoretical everything that comes out. I mean it. Just you know. She's really as a master at work. And i mean. I i mean to this day i think i mean all our interviews but i think the invisible war interviews are as you know as good as it gets in american documentary. I really really do and But it's interesting 'cause she brought up this washing machine approach and she is really rocked in these interviews. I mean You know she she. Is you know very empathic. And she shares the pain as these people are sharing the pain. And i think that allows them to open up more. Because i really in many ways. That's what they're looking for. First and foremost and never gotten right is that somebody say i'm here with you in this right. You're not alone. In many cases. I think for the rest of their lives. Which is why missed. Many sexual assault survivors Aside brian and i think then that just add seeing another person there with them tearing up Just allows it just releases them and and and that kind of state of release. They're able to tell her story in a completely different way. So amy also has all other. I mean she's very quick. This is one thing. I've i've come to realize she's very quick making really brilliant judgments which is just the opposite of the way i work i i mean i will said preach china i got it. I got it but no i will just take you know as long as i can and get as many opinions that i can just really think this through i really value other perspectives. Don't wanna bring that in. Which is why when. Amy said you know in her in her comments which gave me your comments about said i know i didn't say i would've anybody comes to me. I will listen to that. i will work through. Their comments are so So i think. And it's taken me some time to realize that that she's very good at those judgments of those quick jetsons are so often right because i've been on Maybe just been suspicious of quick judgments right and so but that's part of the process of collaborating you start to realize that people strength and that initial response she has you know it may not be complete answer but it's got a vision. Well maybe that's why you guys It because there's different shrank approaches. Maybe that is why you work well together writing me puzzle. One hundred percent is like the tortoise and the hare and what was describing before about that teacher that five hours. That's a revelation that's where he picked this up. It is like a mid rosh section session every like anything and email that acted for five hours. So you know. And i'm need polar opposite so yeah but i want to go back because that was a really death dodge question which we won't dive into in this podcast. Thank you for all the compliments. I wanna say something interesting actually about outrage and it comes off of actually where kirby kirby's background so kirby does this not yet rated derbies past is conceptual art past okay. So i'm art stupid but like that's something about like right. It's kirby what is like a two sentence conceptual art..
"kirby" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"You're going your separate ways right right a little bit i was. I was a failed lapsed academic. I didn't get the jobs i had wanted. And did some teaching being you know the the job market like still never recovered. Actually it's been horrible for like ever So so then i did. A feature film with my event has been called the memory thief which is actually also really sophisticated an interesting about memory and appropriation on trauma and and caribbean. I see it and touch and then we did reunite. I think what i think for outrage right. Kirby i think eddie moved on. And then i came back but if i say something else because there's a lot of interesting things that made me think of one. Is i think what you know. I used to think herbie kurdi can do these things. And i you know i can but it's it takes a real tall these things meaning the really intense things gas. You know you have a heart of like a little piece of call in their courteous. But i would use to torture him too. I've listened to a podcast the other day and it was talking about how there's a really healthy form of empathy so less healthy form of empathy. And i think kirby has that you know he is healthy form. Where like you feel it but you don't get so lost in it you know. And so bull. They'll say you know that french word like like you're in a washing machine by it. But your you can you actually. It's still palpable and moves you. But you're functioning in your high functioning and you're not destroyed by it. So i wanted to say that that i think that that's what's allowed him to have the tenacity and temerity and fortitude to do the kind of work that he does and then the other thing i wanted to say about what he said about Responsibility because buried Had a lecture. When i was filming him and it was about responsibility and what i found was really interesting. Though word. responsibility comes from the word bomb. Which is to respond. That's where responsibly concern responsibly. At its essence is responding to the call of the other that is living a responsible life and bearing witness whatever that witnesses to their trauma to their testimony to their story. And so that was really informative. I mean you know as much as like deconstruct it's been so bastardising misunderstood students like amoral. It is such an ethical like playbook are honestly and so. I took those words to hard and i do want to say also that we seen in terms of Bearing witness it's not just our films. It's actually the act of sitting down at interviewing some yup. It's it's life changing. You know we've had people say you know your interview. Even i didn't end up in your film but thank you for filming me because you know the first time someone listened. And i'm a different person as a result totally well so by the time you guys reunite for outrage and then invisible war Kirby's up this first oscar nomination for twist of faith and never got one he got a head start on you there but so outraged just to remind people eventually comes out in two thousand nine Looking at closeted politicians who are hypocrites there many well. I guess in all cases that you guys illustrate there and and here was sort of the also the beginning of a pattern. That i believe was the case until on the record years later. Which was that. Kirby's the director and amy. You're the producer does that is that actually a or was that a meaningful distinction or were you what. What did that actually mean. While i think rick documentary there's mean producers direct directors produce. I mean so much of of documentary..
"kirby" Discussed on The Futur
"You can't say that you know two professors believe it or not though. I'm doing the things as fast as i. I believe you sort of you know we all have our dysfunctions that we get past. That might be one of mine. Yes now you don't need to answer me. But i wish for you that somewhere somebody will listen to this and the check out the films and the many different projects that your work on and support you if nothing more than to subscribe and to just give you a view or share it with somebody who needs to really see this material but beyond that. Maybe there's some some agent out there like i know exactly what to do with this. Artists educate the world. And and then yes exactly know. How do people get in touch with you. What's the best place for people. Don't find you to reach out to you I would say the twitter is a good place to reach me. I'm remix everything on twitter and dams are open. So you can. You can reach me that way. It's also good to follow me on youtube search for curbing focus on youtube. That's to keep up with whatever. I'm going to great and you'll see that dancing airman video right there. The archives is really fun to see the kind of very diverse projects. That you work on and thoughtfulness you know and i see that you you really do. Make an effort to beat as As much as possible an objective reporter on on facts and opinions. And you're not one of those shock jocks and easily you could have gone many different directions but That is just a testament to who your your character and what you're trying to do. So i wish nothing but success for you in the future. I'm looking forward to it as soon as you release the book you got me. I will be first in line to copy of airing being remixed book. Whatever it's going to be called so and needs to support artists and creators like kirby because they can't exist without you really and do what you can to support kirby and artists like him curry. It's been.
"kirby" Discussed on The Futur
"Welcome to the future. podcast show. That explores the interesting overlap between design marketing business. I'm greg gun as a species. Humans are inherent copy machines. Emulation is how he learned to walk talk and navigate the world but when it comes to ideas especially ones we deem original in air quotes. Things are a little different. We are hypercritical of imitation. Resent anything close to a copy and obsess over ideological ownership but what we don't do is turn that critical lens on ourself copy transform and combine according to our guest. This is the recipe for creativity. He's a filmmaker speaker and writer. But you probably know him. Best from his acclaimed documentary. Everything is a remix. And if you haven't watched it yet please go do it. As soon as you're done listening to this episode it'll blow your mind and maybe help you let go of that inner critic in the meantime. Please enjoy your conversation with kirby ferguson. First of all thank you for doing this with me. And i felt like this conversation is long overdue. Because i've watched your video I think back in the days of imia. When i saw many many years ago. I was thinking how this is so in alignment with what i believe. And so there's still a lot of people who haven't watched video or your video series or your film however calling this everything is a remix. So i'd love to touch upon some of the ideas. Talk to you about the genesis of why you made the video. What packets made on people and what what impact it's made on your life and your career so we'll do that and then i loved to talk about what else is happening in your life. Is that okay. Okay so I for for anybody who doesn't know who you are. Kirby can you introduce yourself My name's kirby ferguson. I'm a filmmaker and speaker and writer. I'm best known for a series called. Everything is remix which was about creativity and i also finished a documentary recently. Called this is not a conspiracy theory which is about conspiracy theories in such. It's very mad at that way. Yes okay the reason why. I think we really need to talk about everything is remix as because not enough creative. People have seen this. And i'm still dealing with people who are struggling with this idea of originality the pursuit of something new and original and in the film. You talked about like when when we do it. We justified when we steal and borrow and copy. We justify others do a to us than we vilify expand on that. Yeah i mean that's rooted in a psychological phenomenon known as loss aversion. So this is something. That's dairy makes good sense out in the wilderness like we have expressions at like a burden hand is worth two in the bush. Like if you have something. For god's sake don't lose it you know like if you've got late like if you have that dollar bill on your hand and you lose they're like oh that's really annoying you know. It doesn't matter that it was dollar bill or whatever how. We're really attuned to keeping what we've got right which makes good sense. It was a good defense mechanism for surviving right. When you have something. Don't lose it. So then we've assigned ideas of property to ideas right now. I'm not a. I'm not someone who is just oppositional that idea that it has a lot of benefits. I like that idea but it also comes along with this notion that like this is mine and it isn't always just about well. it isn't just. This is mine. I want to make money off it. It's also i want the recognition. I started this. This is my idea so we get protected about ideas that are hours. And i use the example of steve jobs in the video series. Because he was he i mean. Apple has always been a company that has copied pretty boldly right. Like the original macintosh was very much based on xerox alto which was kind of an experimental early graphical computer. The first one was another one after that a star which very much like the mac and then even like we even see it right up to now right like air tags just came out now tile was potentially get blown out of the water like it's the thing that they do They copied things on. They make them and they add value. You know they really They make them better definitely. It can't be argued but anyway steve. Jobs was sort of the poster boy for that because he copied really boldly from other sources but then when android when google an android originally Emulated the iphone. You know he called the stolen product and said know i'm gonna destroy them and took it really personally so it's a phenomenon that's rooted in our psychology. Basically we tend to protect what is ours. We don't wanna lose the things that we worked really hard to get. You know but were more attuned to noticing when something is being taken from us than when you're taking from someone else which we do nonstop all day long every day right like little copying machines. Copy all that as what we do throughout childhood. All you're doing is trying to copy what other people are doing right. It's a major major force in our minds the instinct to to copy and emulate. So it's very natural thing that's like breathing. We just don't really think about it. Yeah i mean we emulate as a means to learn. We have the other people and we see. That's how they walk so we walked. That doesn't make sounds this way. And then we emulate that. I often find this to be very rich. People the hypocrisy that i fundamentally believe just about courts not just because i'm sitting here in front of you but i am this sum of all influences in my life. So then who am i then to point to someone else and say yo you just copied me. I mean i have no ownership over that idea and the argument. I would make with a lot of artists and designers who primarily our audience. Our crowd is that you didn't meant that typeface. You didn't make the software you didn't build that you're building on everything that came before you allow you to do something and even your design palate is informed by everything that you've seen absolutely argument. I'll make with them. Is this is that if you could somehow be raised in a in a lab somewhere where everything's white like a white room and you never saw another thing in your life and you made something and it looked like a picasso and you really proud and you're like this is an original piece of work because i was devoid of influence. Its original to you. But it's not original to the world so does the pursuit of originality matter. So that's a question. I wanna ask you. Why.
"kirby" Discussed on Self Love Revolution Podcast
"Welcome everybody here. Welcome to another edition of shared humanity. Kirby modest time is with us A dear friend of mine. An amazing marketer creator of content redefined which. I just love that name. Because you know it's content content is king content is there and it's just feel like the same stuff is being thrown at you all the time so i just love that. Welcome kirby welcome. Thank you for hanging here. Thank you for having me. I appreciate the opportunity..
"kirby" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast
"I didn't know what i wanted to do when i grow up. I didn't know where i was going has like everything i would learn. I was fall in love with. And i would just get more and more confused and i was like man. Where was kirby five years ago. I would have paid him right out of the gate because he could have opened up my world and shortcut it a lot of processes for what i needed. And so if you want to reach out to curb if you wanna make sure you get on his email list by means linked down the show notes to go to curb angles dot com is e. He sends that one every day. The value is no joke in those emails. They're almost like six paragraph email on impact heart and just connecting to the truth. And if you're listening to the podcast for a long time you know that. I'm a big fan of the truth because we often so get blinded by the truth of our life and it's the view that we have of our truth than the truth that we aren't seeing that's right in front of us as well and kirby as an amazing way to unlock that give you a perspective and give you that one question that you really need to be asking for your life and how to move it forward so guys. I really hope you go checkout kirby angles. And i'm so glad that he brought with came on the podcast for a second time. Can't wait till i invite him back on for a third time national when that's going to happen but man positive going to happen because me and kirby are orbits are definitely linked and sync up because we are always going to stay lack close and barrel to each other and it's gonna be real good times going forward guys with that. I hope you have an amazing week. I hope that everything this week after posting skiving ends up being everything you wanted it for and able to some amazing memories out of it in as always talk to you guys again on friday..
"kirby" Discussed on Someone Lived Here
"Kirby dick to dicko and everyone else to be kirby jack style became the house style and the other artists were meant to emulate it. But where was this house style happening. It was in the basement of that colonial style house. They called it the dungeon. The door was closed to keep the cigar. Smoking in two thousand twelve jackson neil brought about his dad's workspace. Memories of that house are still vivid. But what i remember most is my father studio buried in the basement. The dungeon was tiny. Just ten feet across and the walls that separate it from the rest of the seller were covered in tongue in groove knotty pine with a glossy varnish dad's drawing table faced a beautiful cherrywood cabinet and a ten inch black and white. Tv the left was a beat up for drawer. File cabinet that was stuffed with dad's archive of pitcher references. To well everything for hours. I would mall through the musty folders with bayonets battleships cowboy hats skyscrapers countless files countless subjects. Jack saw himself in a few of his characters. He wants said nick. Fury is how. I wish other saw me ben grimm. The thing is probably closer to the way they do see me. He had reason to think that marvel was becoming extremely successful but not much had changed for him. Articles came out talking about stanley as the creative genius. And jack kirby. Taking his dictation creatively the to continue to clash without any guidance jacket introduced the silver surfer to a fantastic four comic stan. I thought he had gone too far. Considering there had been no discussion of the character but stand soon called him a favorite. The silver surfer. We get his own comic but it would be made with another artist. This lead jack. Kirby no longer suggest new characters he'd been burned too many times roz would say no more silver surfer's until he gets a better deal. And what was jack asking for. Some long term financial security health insurance and pension his biggest fear is he would no longer be able to draw and his wife and four children would have nothing to show for his work and then suddenly marvel was sold. The new owners were happy. That stanley agreed to stay on. Jack had a lawyer contact the new owners letting them know that he was also a creator. One of the executives even thought stan had written and drawn all the comics. Jack's contract had expired under the previous owner and when he received a new one it was somehow worse than his pre existing. The pay was the same but there was no credit and they could fire him whenever if he signed he would not be able to sue them for work from the past or the future. He refused jack learned from his experience and he would no longer be partnered with a writer. If a writer was always giving credit he would be the writer to jack. Kirby would spend the next decade jumping from dc back to marvel and then to film and animation and he would continue to circle round one of his favorite topics mythology at dc. In hundred one he created new gods. The story of a god who uses power called the source and is revealed to be the estranged son of dark side the biggest villain and later back at marvel he would create the internals who were created by god's and we're intended to defend earth. Jack's work changed in the late seventies. His drawings were slanting and odd perspectives. People thought he'd stop caring but in reality he was working harder than ever. He was in his early sixties and his vision. In one i was getting worse. He had moved to california years earlier to a ranch style. House in thousand oaks but he also found a home at a cartoon studio in hollywood there he would draw bigger which helped his eyesight twice a week. Roz would drive him to the studio as we know he was never a good driver there. He would be greeted by all the young cartoon artists who'd grown up admiring his work. His business card read producer and possibly best of all. He had health insurance which would prove necessary in the coming years. He would have a heart attack and bypass surgery both of which he'd survive by the time jack stop drawing comics. The industry started to change. Dc was paying out royalties on any new properties. They had jack do new development art on new gods. So he was grandfathered in dc also began returning original river to its artists as the comic conventions. Now made these pieces valuable. And speaking of conventions. Jack loved them. He went to every comecon and stood for as long as his fans did. He lived to see his work. Loved and respected in nine hundred. Ninety four jack. Kirby would die in the kitchen of his thousand oaks home at the age of seventy six. Ross kirby would continue to go to the comic conventions and like they had stood in clapper jack. They would stand and clap for her. Ross would die for years later. Their son neil would later right. I think about data lot lately. Especially when i see thor magneto or the hulk on a movie poster. My father drew comics in six decades and filled the skies of our collective imaginations with heroes gods monsters robots and aliens. I treasure the fact that i had a front row seat for that cosmic event. If you'd like to learn more about jack kirby or see some of his work. I would highly recommend the book kirby king of comics by mark veneer which was extremely helpful in researching. And thank you to my brother brendan. Who kept showing me different comics. Until i found the ones i loved. Thank you for listening to someone. Lived here if you'd like to support the show. Check out our patriot. Every level gets a sticker in the mail and some get bonus content be surely review and tell others if you enjoyed the show follow us on instagram and facebook and thank you tim hill for music..
"kirby" Discussed on Someone Lived Here
"And one of those people with joe simon. He was an artist and editor. Who is four years older and almost a foot taller than jack. Joe started as a supervisor but the two became partners. The each filled in each other's deficits. We're gonna come back to joe and jack but first we need to look at jack's new housing situation by age twenty-three jack kirby and his parents had moved into the first floor of a two story. Duplex apartment right near brighton. Beach in brooklyn on the second floor. Live roz goldstein. Roz would later say almost the first thing he said was. Would you like to see my etchings. I didn't know what the word etchings meant. So he explained my drawings. He wanted to take me into his bedroom. And i thought why not. His parents are in the next room. My parents are in the next room. What could happen so he takes me to his bedroom. And can you believe it. He really did have etchings in there. He showed me all these drawings including patriots. He was drying of captain america. He showed me the first comic books i've ever seen. They were the first comics. Ross saw but they certainly weren't going to be the last. Jack and ross were married in the spring of nineteen forty. Two jack was twenty. Four roy was nineteen. Now let's get back to those early comics created by joe and jack. The office they worked together in was called timely pick. It was there that they first met stanley lieber. Before he was stanley he was the eighteen year. Old office assistant. Stan would recall about his early days. Jack and joe were virtually the whole staff jack at a table behind a big cigar and he was driving. I was a gopher. I'd go for the coffee for the broom for jack cigars they also let me write some copy. Despite the remarkable success of captain america. Jack and joe knew something was happening to their cut of the profits timely lease owner martin goodman put every possible business expense against the comic meaning. They were making a percentage of barely anything. It seemed impossible that the best selling comic book was barely turning a profit. So jack and joe started quietly. Planning a move to dc but goodman some mile found out and fired them. Both dc it. I didn't seem ready for jack. Kirby and joe. Simon the to refuse to work from written scripts and the editor was frustrated but the audience loved their stuff. They would revamp old stories. And characters in create originals. Two of those originals focused on kid gangs jackson to be pulling directly from his childhood and in each of them there was a character with a new york accent. Who seemed a lot like jack but the kids in these stories weren't just fighting the next street over but instead they were fighting in the war effort helping the us win. Jack would be heading to europe soon but before he joe worked as hard as they could jackets had the goal was to get enough work backlog but i could go into the army kill hitler and get back before. The readers missed us. It didn't work out exactly that way for jack. The next two years would alter his life and his work. Jack was first placed as a mechanic but as a new york city kid who barely interacted with cars. It didn't work out so then. He was part of company. F of the eleventh infantry. He landed at omaha beach two months after d day. He wrote letters to roz. That were half words half drawings. Here's a piece of one. Along the vast horizon along thin line of men advanced through the light drizzle formless slow under their heavy clothing and equipment. This'll give you a pretty sketchy but general idea of the bunch on the move featured the guy. You're mostly concerned with in the sketch jack. Kirby's wearing a long coat and helmet even though it's just with pencil on some random stationary. He was sure to include his fellow soldiers in the background and the mud flying off the back of his boot as he ran a few months later he was in the siege of best on you. He would leader talk about those weeks of heavy combat. The weather was brutal. We were losing men to pneumonia and exposure jack. Kirby was almost one of them. As his unit was withdrawing. He could barely move. His feet had been frostbitten at a hospital. in france. doctors discussed the possibility of amputating one or both of his feet. After month he recovered and was able to walk again when jack returned from service he found. Dc comics different when joe. Simon had enlisted he was sent to washington. Dc to assemble comic books for the military. He had yet to be discharged once. Joe was back the two would start fresh again. This time creating their own shop here. They created a wide variety of comics. Romance crime horror and war. Foxhole was the war comic which he would sign private. First class. jack. Kirby ross said he would have been very happy to spend the rest of his life just trying the war stories. He told everyone jack was making some big lace moves and he finally got something he always wanted to get out of the city. Jack and ross bought a newly constructed house on long island. It's a small colonial with bricks on the first floor and shingles on the second after world. War two a lot of suburban homes. Were being built and this home in east williston was no different. This one cost nine thousand four hundred dollars it would be the home where jack and roz would raise their kids but making those mortgage payments would not always be easy. Things were changing in the comic book industry. Psychologists claim that comics especially crime and horror caused juvenile maladjustment. The senate judiciary committee was meeting to discuss the regulation of comic books. Newsstand stop carrying them. The major comic brand joined together to create their own self regulatory system. Jack said it was like the business got together and said you can't ruin our comics. We beat you to it. Joe and jack joined but it didn't make a difference. The shop closed. And jack kirby was back at square one. The industry was getting smaller and to keep comics coming. Companies were reducing patriots by half. There was one option. But jack wasn't sure he wanted to take it. Timely inc was jack. Kirby had first published captain america. He and joe had been in chart but after they were fired. Stanley had been made the editor he would now be working under his former assistant. But after many freelance jobs and a lawsuit for breach-of-contract. he found himself as he said shipwrecked at marvel. He might have felt stuck but it's work didn't seem that way. Stanley was putting out ten comics a month with a tight budget. Jack drew for the teen comics and monster comics. The monsters creatures called thing and hulk they don't look like the characters we think of now but jack saw them is the precursor to the idea that the monsters were not all monsters. This seems like a good time to talk about the marvel method which will help explain the creation of amazing characters that you now see in every movie. Stan would later describe it like this. I'd be writing a script for dakota draw. Jack would come into drop off job. He'd finished and he won another script to start on. I tell him. I can't get you one now. I have to finish dicko's. But so the jack wouldn't have to leave empty handed. We talk out a plot. And i'd send him off to dry that way he'd have work and after he handed the pages in i'd write the dialogue this creation style. Let the artists make big decisions on layout and spreads but it also makes it pretty difficult when you ask who came up with. What in the early sixties jack. Kirby drew fantastic four. And then the incredible hulk. And then the mighty thor and then sergeant nick fury and then the avengers and the next met some of these. He would do dozens of issues others he would do the first few and then it was passed off to another artist. Another artist working at marvel. Said stan.
"kirby" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Up front fees Kirby score at six one two two hundred twelve hundred start packing Chris leaned all the listings studio Katie okay as many analysts to seventy the debate over war powers Lisa Brady fox news the house is set to vote later today on restrictions to what the president can do against Iran without congressional approval and house speaker is defending that push calling the killing of Iran's top general an escalation boxes racial Sutherland is live in Washington Lisa house speaker Nancy Pelosi says America is not safer as a result of the death of a running in general Qasem Soleimani is he's calling for war powers resolution limiting present trials military engagement with Iran if you want us to call joined together let us have a strategy that we work together on the president's calling for all Republicans to vote against the resolution to GOP senators rand Paul and Mike Lee say they support it Republican senator Lindsey Graham says he thinks a third grader could have believed that there was an imminent threat from so little money Lisa a racial president trump just moments ago again defending they hit on salon money we did it because they were looking to blow up our embassy we also did it for other reasons that were very obvious somebody died one of our military people died people were badly wounded just a week before and we did it and we had a shot at him and I took it and that shot was pinpoint accurate and that was the end of a monster hooking a previously scheduled event the president also saying it's up to Iran whether they want to negotiate hello see also said this morning she will send the articles of impeachment to the Senate when she's ready she told us it was urgent then why we had to move so quickly and now she thinks she has the power of the Senate again I wish she would read the constitution and understand what power she has and what she does not have house minority leader Kevin McCarthy moments ago Republicans accuse below sea of trying to control the Senate process as Democrats demand new witnesses for a Senate trial America is listening to box please the US army is investigating the death of a Minnesota soldier at fort Jackson South Carolina the National Guard says the nineteen year old number from Minnesota was found unresponsive Wednesday morning at the training center in Columbia brigadier general Milford beagle junior says on Facebook quote our deepest condolences and support go out to the third battalion thirty ninth infantry regiment on the loss of a nineteen year old Minnesota National Guard soldier today the soldier's name will be released after the families notified the state Supreme Court this morning hearing a challenge to a Minnesota law that lets political parties decide which candidates appear on the presidential primary ballots in March the Minnesota Republican Party put only Donald Trump on their ballot but plaintiff's attorney Eric card all argues in a taxpayer funded primary election violate democracy there's only one cat on the ballot rather than all the candidates but secretary of state Steve Simon contends political parties a private entities that should be able to choose who is on the presidential primary ballots and Simon warns if the folks will to win it could mean a realistic delay in getting those absentee ballots out of time early voting is scheduled to begin January seventeenth in Minnesota in a church in southern Minnesota is holding a prayer service tonight for the family of was seek a police officer Eric Mattsson who was shot in the head Monday night while on duty the community night of prayer is hosted by hope church in Albert Lea that is expected to run tonight from six until.
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"Have no up front fees Kirby score at six one two two hundred twelve hundred start packing Chris leaned all the listings to cities Katie okay as many analysts to seventy we got it right hi Lisa Brady fox news that's what America's top diplomat is saying a defense of the president's decision to take out Iran's top general unsecured helper is live on Capitol Hill the secretary of state Mike Pompeii dismissed any notion the Iranian general targeted in a U. S. airstrike in Iraq last week was working on behalf of a diplomatic mission we know that wasn't true we not only know the history we know in that moment that was not true Tom Hey says it was the right decision to take out Iranian general Qassem Soleimani telling reporters selling money is responsible for recent attacks targeting Americans in Iraq congressional leaders are getting briefed on the air strike this afternoon a house committee is also considering a war powers resolution designed the block military action in Iran Lisa thanks charity in the Iran a deadly stampede during the latest massive funeral procession for solo money Iranian state TV reporting more than fifty people killed dozens more injured the latest earthquake to hit Porto Rico is deadly fox's Evan brown has this live in Lisa this morning's magnitude six point four quake in Puerto Rico as the territory's governor declaring a state of emergency and there is at least one person killed the quakes have been going on all week and they may not be over usually the aftershocks are smaller but that's not always the case there can there is the potential for a larger aftershock John Geiger with the U. S. Geological Survey there are reports of heavy damage in many towns power blackouts and the rock formation in Punta Ventana a big tourist spot in southern Porter Rico has been destroyed Lisa thanks seven and we're just getting word that the husband of a Connecticut mother of five who went missing last name is now under arrest on murder charges voters do Los had previously been charged with tampering with evidence two other arrest also being reported including the husband's girlfriend America is listening to fox news reliable dependable there's two you got it your top local stories are on Twin Cities news talk dot com Minnesota news network I'm J. W. **** was secret police officer remains in critical but stable condition after being shot my head Monday night thirty two year old Eric Manson and three other officers responding to a call of a suspicious man holding a flashlight in the backyard of a residence the suspect thirty seven year old Tyler Jude Noske of was CE que shot twice by police and is being treated for non life threatening injuries will seek a police chief penny void this is the worst nightmare alone for some agency can face and we're living it right now it's unclear at this time why do not ski was in the backyard of the home he did however have an active warrant on drug related charges a prior lake Maine is pleading guilty to criminal behavior homicide in a may twenty eighteen crash that left his girlfriend at the cook county prosecutors say the twenty one year old was high speeding and checked his cell phone when he lost control and hit a barrier wall on interstate thirty five in Burnsville the nineteen year old passenger was trapped in a vehicle died at the scene latest numbers on death caused by fire in Minnesota are in twenty nineteen and fortunately we did see a slight up tick in fire death you say fire marshal Jim Smith says forty two people in all died from fires last year and at least seven of them in smoking related incidents that keep popping up and that is me is push out the message making sure that people are cognizant what are they doing with their smoking materials because these are preventable fires Smith says one positive longer term trend shell fire related fatalities decreasing in Minnesota down sixty three percent since the.