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"kistler" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

07:34 min | 2 months ago

"kistler" Discussed on Perspective

"Of the new river gorge bridge on the long point. Traffic bridge right there. Wow yeah great. Shot of it in front of you how we did not get this close yesterday. Officials say people are visiting the gorge. This is park superintendent lizzy watts. We have seen an uptick in the end this year since the designation. She suggests planning ahead. Before you come no popular. Trails are and then also have an alternative. Try to do it. Monday through friday. If he can part of your experiences you want that grandeur of enjoying it to yourself or with your part. In between all of our hiking we wanted to explore the town of fayetteville in the surrounding areas of the park less than half a mile away from long point trail. We stopped by the arrowhead bike. Farm campground where visitors can rent mountain bikes and grabbi. We kind of focused and to mountain bikers though we host and above all other activity doers. Stevens owns the arrowhead bike farm. He's a veteran of the outdoor and mountain biking industry. He's excited about the national park designation but isn't so sure of its immediate impact because cove it also gave a huge bump in our local visitation at the equipment shop waterston outdoors they to notice the spike. The traffic is off the hook. More kistler is the co owner of waterstones. All of us business owners. Now we're getting our moment and we believe we're ready for it but it's been complicated by. Is the park ready for it. Mattie is one of their team climbing employees she's excited but express some similar worries about the influx of visitors parking. Lots were already like totally full trails. Her being like congested infrastructure caused some concern but more thinks. The park will adjust. We just need a few more parking lots and we need to get better at distributing our visitors across our partner hopes in expanding parking to accommodate a flow visitors. Then there's another issue steeped in tradition in west virginia hunting. We're not against terrorism. Not against national parks on just never personally saw the reason why they head to take this area away from hunters larry case rights for the blog guns in corn bread. He spent decades as a conservation officer and hunter in the new river gorge enters need to be concerned about public land access when you have a quote national park. There is no hunting there now. They didn't stop hunting in the gorge. Making the distinction of the name of this park is important about ten percent of the gorges. A national park. The rest of it is a preserve. That's where you can hunt advocates for naming this national park say hunters loss just a small portion of territory but those who oppose the designation argue since the new river was established as a national river in nineteen seventy eight. There's a bit of misconception. About what protection means. We didn't need to change to quote national park no more protected than it was forty years ago. This they argue was more of a sacrifice. A lot of hunters. We feel. this area was taken from. There's another thing. I observed about the new river gorge. And it's not just about its natural beauty something. I didn't know i'd really find there. There's a mutual respect between these competing forces back tomorrow for second o'leary case he's a good man. These are hunting grounds that have been used for generations and that is never an easy thing to accept. There's a genuine understanding between people that when it comes to issues it feels like everyone would agree on who wouldn't really want national park in their state while it's actually complicated and there are in fact winners and losers what people will find that. The new river gorge national park and preserve is. It's not just a scenic beauty and outdoor playground that it definitely is. It also tells an american story or diverse viewpoints do coexist. Sometimes begrudgingly. But there's hope that this park in hosting a number of new visitors can work together to preserve the interest of one another and make the region more prosperous and just as green as they know it to be reporting for perspective. I'm eric malo. Abc news as workers return to the office. The majority say working from home has improved their finances. According to a new study from bank raid. Anyway so what will the return to. The office. Mean for workers for their wallets. And what's gonna look like. Here's abc's daria albinger. Admit you've gotten pretty comfortable working from home especially financially from home has been really kind to americans finances. We found that fifty seven percent of people who've worked from home during the pandemic said that it helped their personal finances. Only ten percent said it hurt. And i think that this really stands out in a few key categories commuting. Obviously who'd close child care there are intangible benefits to like more freedom more family time and more sleep bank rates. Ted rosman can relate since the start of the pandemic. He's been doing his job from his home in suburban new york dressed all business from the waist up and well. Let's say ted like a lot of us has a new affinity for sweatpants. And now that's about to change for many people. After we got used to being home. The boss is calling us back to the office. Some of it. I think is the vaccine seemed to be working really well. I know there's still some uncertainty there with arians and not everybody has been vaccinated or not. Everybody wants to be. But i do think that the rapid progress we've seen helps if people could have their way. What would most people like to do. Do they want to go back to the office to a hybrid thing. There are a lot of mixed opinions on this. I think it nets out to some kind of hybrid approach. But it's hard to define it really neatly the way it'll probably net out is most of the time in the office but maybe a day or two per week at home depending on what you do though. You may not get a choice so ted. How do we adjust and hearing a lot of these soft openings. Where it's voluntary may say. The office is open. Some companies are targeting more of a full return by september that will ease some of the transition period. I also think that giving choice is a way to appeal to both sides. I think even in the past few months we've seen a trend towards office reopenings. A few months ago i might have said no. I think more people be home permanently. In fact most coveted work from homer's are already back in the office at least some of the time so i think long term most people will be in the office at least some of the time and that means rethinking what it means to come back to work even for those of us who have been going in throughout the pandemic. I gotta learn to put makeup on again. I gotta learn to wear real shoes again. I mean it's like sneakers all the time in the office for me. Now we're gonna keep some of those habits that we broke during the pandemic as we come back to work. I'd like to keep some of them. Around for instance total credit card debt is seventeen percent lower now than it was before the pandemic whether that was stimulus or people spending less. Probably all the above But i think that would be great to stick around gut feeling though is most things will go back to the way they were since. We're getting reality. You're going to have to do ted. We'll have it's have you gotten into. What are you gonna have to break when you come back to. The office do commutes the big one for me. I do enjoy that. I've been able to see my wife and kids more during the pandemic and we had a daughter born in january. So it's actually been really nice to be around for more of the first few months and you can see your family when you work from home. So i will miss that. So go to your closet reach way in the back and dust off those suits bust them out and if you don't physically bust out of them after all those months in sweatpants wear them to your basement workstation or wherever you're going.

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"kistler" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"kistler" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"But not one hundred to five hundred. What do you think. I think he's right. Yeah yeah above a certain range unless there's something so unique about a particular grape or something. I don't think you lose it after about sixty bucks. I think you would be right about that. I never wanted to try that though. Because i always think it's fun to like. Get the expensive bottle of wine an occasion. I don't wanna think that there's no difference. I wanna pretend like bringing stuff with difference definitely between like a twelve dollar bottle in one hundred and fifty. You could yes. You can get wine in a box to you know. Could you could get wine in a box. And mix it with your diet coke. Let's go to veto on. Staten island. quickly what's up. Vito when he got fours man well first of all could morning. And i haven't talked to you guys a long time and i wanna ask Boomer what does he think of Jameis winston being ended by ian book and training camp doesn't all training camps. Get a chance to be starting quarterback. Because i think sean payton in book yeah i don't i don't think so. I don't see that happening. I think jameis winston's going to have every opportunity to win that starting job down there but goma. Can i ask you. Who want top five quarterbacks. Coming out of notre dame in their lifetime top five quarterbacks. Coming out of notre dame montana joe montana. Y'all eisman let's say brady quinn. Yes okay. i'm not a big notre dame fan. He come three for three years or a couple of other guys. That missing now. He just dropped off. Wanted to listen to himself on. Radio shown kaiser. Yeah i mean he did miserable. Nfl career yeah. It may be his point. Was you throw in book in there. Yeah maybe you do. I don't know james. Winston needs a shot. he needs another chiappa. Get the shot defa one hundred percent. That's been one of my takes. Is that is lisa. Guy surgery going to send them off to peace status. Well i think the coach will have a lot to do with it. There's no question about it you know. I think bruce arians is a great coach for a guy like tom brady. But pro Probably not a great coach for gallic jameis winston especially young guy. Yeah and and bruce wants to throw it down the field. Bruce wants the just let it go and brady is going to do it the way he wants to do it. And then you try to mold the two together and then they'll have success especially with that defense that they had and then they added all those often to weapons for brady so it was. It made a lot of sense. James just you know. He needs a hard ask coach on him. The sure that he is not thrown interceptions and being careless with football marks in huntington. What's up mark. what's up mark. What's going on. So i want to Bring in the wine this week for your wine challenge. I own bottles and cases having hit right place rugged place thank both So we'd we'd love to bring in a couple of lines and see if you're a true boozier fake fake bushy. Let me ask you a question. Like what is your most expensive bottle wine We have screaming eagles. Three thousand bucks is their housing dollars. Wow so you could bring anywhere. I wouldn't bring one of those bottles and it'd be ridiculous but i mean you could bring in like a smoke or something like that you could probably be you bring you bring in a kistler. Sure we'll bring it. Won't we'll mix it up. We'll bring in a couple of ten dollar wine that tastes like one hundred dollar line. It right and maybe vice versa. Sure that the market is cleared. All of that stuff off. And t for that yeah. Emt and all that other and know. I'd love to do this. Yes and i know you wanna do it but we just gotta make sure it might want you take marks number. Okay and mark of wigan put the police together. we'll definitely do it with you. Turn up. I'm cpi certified so we're good to go now. You need someone who need the m. and you can't allow anybody in the building. Yeah no me can't drop a wine off. That is true. Bring some wine and then cannot bring my dog to stop please. Boomer and geo and in trouble again sports each the morning show with boomer esiason and greg nadi boomer and geo i'm jon meacham welcomed to fate a fact season one. This series is about how and why fact became a casualty of war in the united states. Please listen and follow fate of fact a presentation of shining city audio. Johnny truman c thirteen original studio available. Now for free on odyssey apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"kistler" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:34 min | 8 months ago

"kistler" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Now the Biden administration Considering travel restrictions in this country, domestic travel restrictions and Governor to Santis is saying No way. No way. You're not gonna shut down Florida that mean it's that's gonna put so many more people out of work. That's just crazy. Certainly where one of the discussions is right now because you've got what appears to be a government that is having discussions on what they can do to try to stop things in light of all of the variants that have gone on in this country. The outbreak of the new variants, including the one from UK, South Africa, Brazil, Scott scientists worried that those are eventually going to be able to mutate enough that they will evade existing vaccines so they will outpace The vaccine that we currently have in then we'll have to get into new pacing of vaccines, and it becomes a catch up game across the board here and that has lent urgency to a review of potential travel restrictions within the U. S. So Now I want to be clear, according to the government, they're saying they're having discussions over what they could do in general, just to prevent the spread of variants that happen to be surging in some of those states like Florida and like California. I mean in Florida, where you've seen covert cases declined In recent weeks, the UK variant has now spread rapidly to account for 15% of new cases in Florida and technically, according to what we're seeing from national City. That's over. A third of the cases in the US that have been identified, are there in Florida, so Of the seemingly would be discussions about places like Florida and California. The possibility of restrictions they're in, so no decisions have been made, according to what the White House is saying. They're having all kinds of conversations, but they aren't necessarily calling up particular states there, just looking at ones that have had high numbers as far as these variants go, and they're looking for guidance from the CDC on some level As to whether or not Americans should be staying home and traveling on Lee for essential reasons, not traveling for any sort of relaxation or vacation type reasons at this point, so, according to health officials to Stephen Kistler, who's an immunology and infectious disease expert with Harvard, says that the arrival of the covert vaccines and we saw the announcement yesterday from President Brydon. Biden. He's got a whole new batch of them that are gonna be coming through here that has given public health officials added incentive to impose travelers. Actions, even if they would only slow the spread of the variant because it gives them a longer window to be able to get people protected from the virus by getting those injections into the arms. Of course, the question here is Let's say they decided that something like that should happen. Do there is there a legal groundwork for it Right now on Dis seems to be something that has been largely untested. We know the Supreme Court. Has held that Americans have a constitutional right to travel between states, including the 1941 case, saying that there was about economic migrants traveling to the state of California. But we do also know that, according to the Public Health Service Act, using language from 18 90 law that allows the federal government to make and enforce regulations to prevent the spread of communicable diseases from one state. Any other, So there's going to be a legal effort. If there is a move here from the Biden administration, it will be largely a legal effort that will have a fight. But there is at least some basis and foundation and doing something like this. Well, it's it's like shutting down the XL pipeline. He's don't pipeline. You're gonna put a lot of people out of work. If they're able to shut down the state or I'll put these travel restrictions there because that is our number one industry and you're trying to hamper it in a huge way. That would be real, especially at a time when you run on getting jobs back getting the economy going again. It seems like it would kind of fly right in the face of doing something like that to say We're getting the economy going across the nation, you know, with the exception of the following states and people should not be going there at all. That doesn't necessarily seem like the logic you'd want to have. Well, let's hope it doesn't come through. Let's hope that governor has sent us his victorious over the president Michael thanks for joining us on a M Tampa Bay and we'll hear your next week. You gotta be safe guys. Michael Bauer, NBC News radio National correspondent, and the Sand is doing a greater people talking about the Santis on Iran in 2024. Or president try to become the Republican nominee? Because, you know, he, first of all him and Trump were very close, and you can see why they have very similar personalities and attitudes. As far as we're not going to take any. You know what Yeah, He's done a great job. It's 5 28 on am Champa Bai. W f l a news dot com available anywhere on our I Heart radio app Now number one for podcasting news radio telling you f l A and I heart radio station. Nancy Grace, breaking Crime News. Now Florida lawyer Andrew Spark uses his attorneys privileges to access private rooms at several Tampa Bay jails. They solicit sex favors from inmates every cords them. In exchange, he deposits money in the commissary accounts of the jailed women. 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"kistler" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:28 min | 8 months ago

"kistler" Discussed on 710 WOR

"7 10 W. O R. It is 5 11. In just a moment, We'll check on Ivory Cold weather forecast, but first gonna bring in NBC radio national correspondent like Power interesting story that is still developing. There were reports that the Biden administration was considering some domestic travel restrictions to places like Florida, Florida very casual in terms of dealing with Corona virus and Uh, I guess the White House was thinking about banning people from traveling there where we stand with that, Mike. Yeah, it is a consideration that seemingly ongoing for the Biden administration at this point in time when you see that the outbreaks of new variants, including the highly contagious one, first identified in the UK, as well as others from South Africa and Brazil, the scientists worry can evade existing vaccines that has lent itself to an urgency. A review of potential travel restrictions within the United States. According to what we're seeing here. Cove in 19 cases in Florida have declined in recent weeks, but the UK Varian Has spread very rapidly in the state. During that time. It now accounts for up to 15% of new cases in Florida, according to estimates from a team of researchers modeling the growth across the country. That's up from about 1% of the beginning of January, so that is launched the discussions in the administration over potential travel restrictions. It doesn't at this point target a specific state, but you're looking at Florida's one of them. California is another one. On how to prevent the spread of variants that appear to be surging in those states. The conversations are about really largely what could help mitigate spread there. They have to kind of follow up with the data on what they think might work on some level, But the conversations about anything in everything that might help mitigate the speed is what they're looking at right now. Now again. The discussions and conversations across government aren't necessarily pointing to states in particular, but rather, you know, guidance from the CDC prevention, encouraging Americans to stay home and only travel for essential reasons. Those kinds of things are what they're talking about, as the starting point for this goes, But the discussions also include, according to people like Steven Kistler and immunology and infectious disease expert at Harvard. They're saying that because of the arrival of Cosa covert vaccines, the announcement made by President Biden yesterday about the new batch of vaccine that he's going to be getting, it's an added incentive from health officials and from government officials to impose these restrictions, even if it would only slow the spread of the variant because it gives them a longer window to get people protected from the virus. For their infected. One of the questions Joe is, Can the United States legally do something like that? Is that something that there's a president sent for well so far, federal officials have restricted domestic travel for individuals with infectious diseases in the past, But a broad restriction to a larger population that may have been exposed would be brand new. This is something that there appears to be, and we're going through a lot of precedent setting stuff right now in these times There appears to be no legal precedent set for that, But it doesn't mean that you can't get it done. I just don't see this country telling a healthy person. You can't go to any particular state because you might get sick. I conceive your you have covert don't come, but that that's just that is going to be a stretch. Well, we'll see how that turns out. Thank you, my capital weekend. NBC radio National correspondent like Power already Let's get our Weekend weather and Look at this Friday weather Here's meteorologist race Did you get the weather channel? Right? We're in between systems now. Few clouds this morning and cold. Some single digits outside the city. Partly cloudy in 28 the hide this afternoon few clouds tonight 18 Suburbs colder Tomorrow considerably cloudy upper twenties. Some mixed precipitation late tomorrow night into Sunday morning could be some snow, sleet, freezing rain with all snow Western north highs in the mid thirties. Maybe the better chance of a bigger snowstorm on Tuesday from the Weather Channel. Meteorologist Race Digicom 7 10 w O R W well our Weather Center powered by the extra Jin. Temporal scanner thermometer. This report is sponsored by Citrix. Was it Fireball six? No, that was the other app. Wait, Where's that file again? Sound familiar? Let's cut to the chase. Give your employees what they really need. One log. In one experience. One digital work space, had the Citrix dot com slash radio and discovered the power of Citrix workspace. W. O R first morning news with Joe Bartley 5 15 is hard time right now. We got to check on the sports news in just a moment. Also coming up Shocking news. The sudden death of the local TV reporter will tell you about that in just a second. But right now, a comment from Rush Limbaugh in her New York Times Up ahead, The columnist Michelle.

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"kistler" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"kistler" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A fox and national news that my clindell, the inventor and CEO of my pillow ink has been now blocked from Twitter. We'll be with Bernie in said shortly right here on 77. W A. B. C. You don't want to miss it. The NYPD reporting this morning, a 24 year old Manhattan woman charged in connection with Sunday's death of a Two month old male infant in her care, police say Elissa Owens 24 years old of West 39th Street, taken into custody Monday. She is charged for now with three counts of assault and acting in a manner injuries to a child. That investigation is continuing on New York City has issued a snow alert to the impending snow 1 to 3 inches expected to fall. You can Seymour on our website WNBC radio dot com. The snow expected to begin late to mid morning, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says alternate side parking is suspended today, but he is allowing indoor dining to continue. New York's governor Andrew Cuomo, expected to lift some covert 19 restrictions tomorrow. But his clamp down on indoor dining being limited in New York City warmer may not at this point, contemplating any changes this despite declining covert hospitalization rates in New York and the fact that just 6% of city folks Our testing positive governor Cuomo says Studies have shown in George Dining is risky, but Jan who owns the city eatery is outraged. We felt villainized and victimized and attacked and bullied when we're just trying to survive and do the right thing. I'm Sara Lee Kistler for 77. W. ABC News. All right, Mike Lyndall coming up with Bernie and said shortly. W ABC News time 805 traffic, sports and weather next I know a better way to start your day. The devil you ABC Early news we days and 5 A.m., Juliet Huddy.

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"kistler" Discussed on Wonderful!

Wonderful!

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"kistler" Discussed on Wonderful!

"I did like a galaxy. Some big galaxy big boy. And then i had a big iphone and i was so excited about the big big iphone. When i got a screen. I can watch much stuff but then i didn't really do that very much. I just got the twelve. Many tiny so light i can fit a lot of times. I would struggle to fit the big phone in my pocket and i've gone back to the tiny little phone. That was like you know the original iphone four size like low guy. And i'm like a little guy i missed. You get forgot how easy you are. Hold and move. And if i drop it on my face while watching a video at night doesn't like give me a black. It's so darling to me the way. The trend cycle yes. It has to be bigger. Bigger is better and then it's like oh but we would let alone the little guy. Who goes i this week because i have proven myself a pretty unreliable tracker of that. I think it's me it's you it has okay. Thank you wonderful about halfway my first thing this week. I'm really excited about. Because it was something i'd had kind of stuck in my head for a while but i couldn't really put a name on it. I want to talk about a lake. Primary school art class just primary school. Describe everything like pre coup ligi ligi. I don't think i've ever really know what that term Secondary's high school okay. Post-secondary is college elementary through high school art class elementary middle school art class. I feel like in high school by the. If you're taking an art class in high school you have proven some level of proficiency with art in a way that my elementary and middle school experience did not necessarily require i. You i never was like i was always wild about like elective style. Classes like this. I guess to put it in sort of high school terminology and it is a disaster that they are not taught or prioritized in early education anymore. Because like i was really academically averse growing up. Like i did not really care that much about math and science and stuff like i wasn't bad at them but i just like they didn't light me up in a way that art class did even though i don't really have an artistic bone in my body. And what tommy thinking about this. What got me thinking about. Like how dialed. I was dialed in. I was to art class. Was how much you wanna paint me. How much. I wanna pain rachel. I'm really good at that but really really got me thinking about this. Was it dude name mark kistler mark fucking kessler. Do you recognize that name to recognize his his brand at all. I mean and now i don't think i do okay. Mark kistler was a basically an art educator who made a bunch of like art lessons videos and had a couple of pbs series that we would watch in art class in elementary school and middle school. I think we're he would teach techniques and he had two main shows that he did that taught these techniques. The i was the imagination station. Which is sort of like general like kid friendly. Like here's how these different. Here's how to do perspective. Here's how to do these different things. His other show was called. Commander marks the secret city and this show refunding rips and i watched episodes of it on youtube because there are some and i'd like i'd forgotten about it was like deep deep deep down in the memory banks like teetering on the edge of oblivion of me just forgetting about it forever..

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"kistler" Discussed on Real Wealth Real Health

Real Wealth Real Health

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"kistler" Discussed on Real Wealth Real Health

"The sale was completed June thirtieth nineteen ninety-six. And started to recover. And Because of Packard Bell and the our information was Publican s one I'm trying to learn to walk again I actually tried to resign from Packard Bell but the three owners made it very. Lucrative for me to stay and finish the negotiation. So I did. Get a call from the hospital. The sale was the negotiations were at the hospital. We that's when I met another another lucky or attorney was the law firm of Wilson Goodrich and residing in fear in technology that is in the Larry. Sunshiney himself was our attorney. So he became a very dear friend and. Helped us through the whole sales process. But what happened was I'm recovering. And I get a call from a gentleman. Asked if I was the Jeff Shine rock that raised all the money for Packard. Bell. Goes I WANNA hire you I. Go you don't even know me and he goes I don't care I need to raise a billion dollars for an aerospace company. and. I saw the one. If you can raise money for that pilot, Shit, you can raise money for anybody. So I said look I'm in California. I can't walk. He says, look I'm going to send the young lady down there. Her name is Marian Joe. She's right out of. College shut your gopher she'll be right hand person will open in La Office we can do it from your house, but I need raise this money I decided to join them, and it was very interesting Kistler aerospace was run by all the ex NASA retired who ran the Apollo program. So the Tom Hanks movie all that all the people that were were shown in that movie where executives and I learned the aerospace very quickly. We were having, but we were having trouble raising the money. And we were had a board meeting. and. I was asking one of the executives his name was Dan Brennan Stein who was the commander of the space shuttle three times. What was your? What's the most interesting flight and he says the most interesting flight. was when I flew to the space station and I took a member of the royal family of Saudi Arabia's Prince Sultan Saudi Arabia. And I I could make this stuff so i. Was the Aha moment for Kistler I, I'm listening and I said, can I ask a stupid question and we have a very very a great board with very big executives people's names you would recognize. And they go. Yeah. You can ask a question I said did anybody asks the prince if he'd Invest It was dead silence. And it was. Everybody said what a great idea? So Dan Brennan Stein call on the next day in Saudi Arabia. X. Weeks later roughly we were Dan and I were in Riyadh. Now, What's interesting there and comes back and I, don't want to get into religion and all this stuff. But back then maybe even now if you were Jewish you could go into Saudi. Arabia. So, on the form yet to say religion and everywhere saying, don't Jewish. Don't put Jewish do it don't do it but I was the chief negotiator Jewish not religious by the way I'm not. I'm not I'm not religious at all. But I'M NOT GONNA lie about my religion. And when we landed in Saudi Arabia, I got the invitation and I'm on Saudi airplane. And we from London and we we land in Riyadh and we go past the main terminal. and. All these soldiers come in and they re they yell Jeff Shine. Rock and I'm going Oh my God they're gonNa kill me I took. They took me out in the Royal Terminal I never went through customs. Because, we were a guest of the royal family, my passport was never stamped. Fast forward, in. Go into some of the stories that was said but fast forward. We I the next day I'm doing a presentation in front of all these people in Saudi Arabia. And I go to slide. One Kessler space lied to. We're looking to raise you know I think it was four hundred million dollars. And that prince stops me on slide two and says look and he brings Dan up and he puts his arm around says look I put my life in his hands. And he went around the table you'll invest twenty, five, million you'll invest twenty, five, million. These are all the biggest executives ran companies in Saudi Arabia. Can you mansion in two slides? I raised close to four hundred million dollars here my you're quite good or am I good or what? And then the next day I'm only there overnight the next day he he goes you're not going back to the united. States with Dan I go okay. Here comes now they're gonNA kill me. And he goes I'M GONNA. Send you to another country to meet my best friend go. WHO's your best friend Salton overnight. Okay. So I flew to Brunei. Another, twenty five, million, the next day. So it was quite an experience in three or four days. You know we raise close to four hundred we ended up raising the billion. three hundred from Northrop Corporation in in kind money. But seven hundred million in cash and I left after seven months of working there and continue to recover. That's when another piece of luck came. So is that a record like or might be I don't know but it was it was really it was really by the way Kistler.

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"kistler" Discussed on La Incómoda

La Incómoda

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"kistler" Discussed on La Incómoda

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"kistler" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

11:26 min | 1 year ago

"kistler" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"I have no fence Catholic. God bless you. Let's go to John. Appreciate you calling in squeaking God I because I want them to be backstage. Jor Care back in the morning. Talking about the selling was as hobby too. So it's a horrible inc. God bless I know? It's a lot going on this yard tracks. Scissors. What was to come therapy for. Let's roll just kicking step. That's what the latest we'll practice the frenzy world trump suit. The all came from the booth table shape massage kings island cat but never first class a little genetic. Can't see I got a nice coincides. Hey stats which would think if you for listening when you're your own got somebody to show up in the way like Spam Voice Citizens Party swatow bringing the Alabama. Musk taxed on the phone. Can't stop. Stop Fresh Jeff tracks with that jump shot? Y'All got to go get that now. It's probably out everywhere right now. We're GONNA leave but city remember last week the event and I'm proud of the events that we have yeah businesses always one right as far as on Kistler and thank God and I've made mistakes and businesses so now I know how to do things right and we had Alvin at the rebel social. Yes right which we let ninety percent of the vote century because they were paying for right. That's why I gave the tickets right. There probably castle show. I came out of my pocket. Log Chink productions and we still have the show. Because I still wanted aren't what we were doing. And it was part of me that we had to cancel the show because I I had to pay because we let her we do by the in for free so you can see quagmire right but my belief in what I do for a living supersede all of that and Chink deduction was glad at a grateful to find us at the jet court. People came out and they had a good time. Remember I wasn't there. I was in Connecticut because if I didn't do that show. There was threatening me the lawsuit right and I sorta pitches filtering in on social media and everyone was having a good time. So I'm truly blessed but the social workers in my Shea right so now. The news came on in the news down here. Hot halley right so city just equip because at the end of the news is affecting us right now right so we want to talk about it real quick right and I think everybody will come in now and I know Valley Tom. I don't like jet for me to do what can we do? We do we do now and she had retired. Yes and I appreciate everyone for. How could you if you don't mind this one quick story disciplines relatable to what happened to us last week yes well? It is in the news off. Y'All WanNa take a look ballots you know. As South Bethlehem hotspot for nightlife abruptly closes in landlord slash tenant disputes. We do rebel social which opened in November of two thousand eighteen at two seventeen. Broadway's shut down about two weeks ago. Round Valentine's Day all signs with business were removed Wednesday signs posted on the building's front door stated closed. But no trespassing video surveillance recording. There was also a letter dated October. Twenty third two thousand nineteen from attorney Gary Brienza stating his client. Greg solemn Mani you know him. That Shaun's friend was taking possession of the building in a legal dispute with T. B. S. venture. Lc that's the duke. Which owns rebel. Social right okay. Salomone who owned and operated the club Broadway social totally valley live dot com. Financial issues are plaguing future. Businesses with way are plaguing future business with his tenant Jay Patel who own that's J. and Priscilla Owen. Who came here who rank love Yasha? They hired her to be the general manager of the club. Righty over gossip. That's that group right. Oh my goodness Salamanca. Tens there was a default on the lease agreement They did not immediately respond to message request on the businesses facebook page for information. A female manager Celo who answered the phone Wednesday at a number listed Rebels said the business could reopen but admitted. There were issues that needed to be ironed out before they can move forward for now. She said the club in restaurant remained closed to the public and Salamone said he's searching for a new tenant to occupy the space so if anybody's interested in running club contact sal ammoniac You know they're saying that Broadway social time had to temporarily shut down in order to satisfy a Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board crackdown which included a freeze on its liquor license. The property also was the scene of various arrest by police and the liquor control enforcement agents over the years running. These incidents include but are not limited to stabbings weapons. Fight Alcohol Service to minors stay. Elise salomone said Wednesday. He calls Broadway social to spend more time with his family and disputes. What is described in the conditional licensing agreement? He also wanted to avoid a lengthy court battle that would derail the sale Broadway social and the pope in the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board went on to sign an agreement that required the liquor permit to be placed in safe keeping So yeah that's basically so everybody know what it is dispute. We Abba nothing nothing to do with us. Yeah Okay Right. Rishaad Patches Coxswain good revel so Dang Brennan tells you even though so in the next few weeks we have no place but that's what it is. They was a dispute financial the rebel see Cassini. But this place has been calling it open. Why Kusaeni the Lehigh? University is right around the corner from rebel soldiers and a lot of young kids come in their underage andy not zone they did not enforcing the policy of the state. You can't serve liquor on minors. Yeah says not with us. Grown folks has everything to do with the with the young folks. You have to police that. So they bring undercover agents and to force the law. And that's why the trouble J. Worthy Cause of young people don't either be paying like what what are you catering to these young folks an ankle so we wanted to just put that in the bed for let your nose really born one. And that's actually what I shared that when the whole situation went down a week ago right so that's it. Yeah we appreciate every week. We ten o'clock we appreciate each and everyone sitting. Where can they find? You guys can find Barbie Cologne all over the place you just have to type in Barbara Cologne facebook instagram snapchat. She on their look for her semi Whitney. You guys can find me at J. on facebook. Sani underscore Jay on instagram and sending Jay on snapchat to eat as a three. I appreciate all the love that Sean made you guys give me I appreciate. It was fake the richer crazy. I can't take a Monday morning. Willison we got the one and only I ramble on earth. Incredible Shire from the Funky for calling in four plus one more four plus one more one of my heroes would be calling in Monday at either event. Something really special for us that the number one without shower rock. You wouldn't have none none of your famous rappers. Female wouldn't be without her salon. We're posted in chat room a shamrock for because Monday also announcing they'll do all ahead to. Yes we're going to hang out there for the whole entire weekend. Yeah so all our new people come on in and enjoy this. I'll put the inflammation inputting cash after kitchen of tickets for the April fools at the Barclay Center city. We're close the show with jump. Shot without beloved will tracks. Thanks for showing US so much love. Tricky Charlotte a tricky Louis. Then the super tracks team tricky now with down with tricky knows. We'll track. Sir Gregory Young. What the Hell was in good morning? Good by Gregory Goodbye Young. 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We Owe Our Pumpkins to Pooping Megafauna

60-Second Science

02:20 min | 2 years ago

We Owe Our Pumpkins to Pooping Megafauna

"Form of Pumpkin is about the size of a tennis ball and it tastes like one it's incredibly unpalatable as those early squashes were they made a tasty tidbit for mastodons and we Russians Kistler says mastodons probably weren't put off by the gourds bitter taste because a few absolutely beautiful correlation between body size and the ability to taste bitter compounds a deter small mammals who would destroy the seeds but they've evolved at just the right level fifteen along with dispersing seeds mastodons just like modern elephants the mastodons died out and humans kizlar says which also tend to disturb the environment little bit of a mystery because they're bitter and toxic in the wild and they get to this Ryan discovered in a cave in Oaxaca Mexico provide evidence that at least ten thousand years ago

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"kistler" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast

The Tattness Podcast

14:13 min | 2 years ago

"kistler" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast

"Back man tonight's exciting fucking podcast Kistler Brady back and old favorite of some people's seems a lot of people really wanted to segment back but I ain't telling you what it is yet you're gonNA have to find out down the road it later on in the it doesn't know Patrick Davis had twenty seven year old boxer who after a fight ended up in the hospital with a serious brain injury and he just did not recover and passed away when you put that into perspective that that do was fucking ten years younger than me man and I'm not a boxer I'm a fucking amazing writer so I mean you know maybe that puts into perspective the dangers of what we do and it's it's an eye opener and it's fucking dangerous which is what I touched on on the last show as I can't do this forever for that reason and this young kid ten years younger than me is dead because of it it's really sad absolutely more thoughts are with his family dolls family and friends our condolences Patrick right what are we in due today toys let's talk about fucking toys I'm a little curious personally you get any like childhood toy white whales as it were for that you know that one toy you wanted so bad or the you know any number of toys that you wanted so bad but just never got it there's God something yeah well my name a couple I remember every year getting the frigging Sears Wish Book Rip Sears and I would you know circle almost everything have a page long list but I remember a couple of years in a row consistently There was like one or two things I always wanted and believe it or not the strangest things I wanted I never got one of those stupid cheap plastic play ten things play ten things I don't know what the hell it was the plastic yeah I had one but I had a lot of like older step cousins in Shit that had hand-me-down stuff so I got like a transformers I'm from which is pretty cool got him jealous I fucking wanted one so bad and guess what never fucking got it so I know simplistic but I guess he said it's one of those things you see as a kid and you're like oh my wow that's so cool so you fucking compromise I made a blanket board with like dining room chairs broom and that fucking work just as good I used to do that all the time yeah kid who didn't I really for Christmas I really wanted the busters headquarters and I never got it but I got the car so that was cool that's and you said climber's climber and I had Marshall Man which is Dale by I always wanted to the firehouse thing and I never got it That sucks yeah the covers dope I think I wanted this robot toy it was like one the earlier because I mean this was the ninety so we're getting more until the electronic bass toys and not and forget the name of the stupid thing it was it looked like rob the robot with but with bigger is that it will actually carry shit around and follow you around I thought I think it was so dope I never got it my friends had that it would talk to you forget his name the MSA l. l. fees or some shit yeah not elroy wasn't L. Theaters on bullshit stupid but friends of mine Scottish friends in Brandon Ontario actually had it and Yeah it was it was interesting but you know you could tell the novelty faded after the first week and it wasn't that great yeah I guess maybe that's why didn't get it same with the LA charging makes it look like it's the fucking coolest thing on the planet and then you get your like this doesn't you do have the cool shit that the commercials make it look like it does well I guess I had the similar experience with the diva Starz if any girl remembers oh so they were those big plastic dolls electronic doll things they move their heads they turn their eyes you kinda with magnets and sensors you snap on their clothes or put the L. phone or CD player in that I had one but it was annoying I was like Oh fucking stupid why did I have my niece had played with it and then I wanted it and I go on it and I'm like loses lame so stupid but you know when you're a kid you just everything looks great and you want it but when you look back on it sometimes you're like what the Fuck yeah there's some stuff that I never getting that to this day I still know why I wanted it the other one I it's always like the the headquarters the basis and shit I always want because when I grew up I actually got snake mountain and Castle Gray scale human toys and they were both still to this day probably the coolest toys ever fucking own they were so elaborate and so well done and you know I actually saw documenting not to get too off topic here where they were talking about developing the model of castle grace go and they put in so much effort into this fucking thing and the person that designed told him what he wanted Fuckin- told them to Redo it again because he didn't want us kids you know at the time in the eighties to feel fucking like it's useless because yes it opened up at the back but the drawbridge haslegrave skull opened up and they designed it were the doorway wasn't actually tall enough for your action figures to go in and out of so the he man figure were too tall for it so he made them Redo it and make the door bigger so they had to go back to the drawing board and Redo the whole fucking thing because it was already done it was like not just designed it was done it was made ready to go into mass production may right and he made them do it over until the got it right so they had to scale it and it was the best thing they ever did because you could actually make your figures walk in through the door and I know it sounds stupid and when you're an adult it sounds like such a petty thing but when you're a kid dude it's the realize oh you know it's the realism of it all that you know you fuck in one way with it more because of that kind of thing and they were so detailed and they had trapdoors in them and everything Elsa Snake Mountain had a mike that fucking had one of those things that it wasn't quite a voice changer but it gave an echo to your voice so fucking cool I enjoyed it man absolutely you know though play sets of course they're more expensive toys usually you'd get those Christmas or your birth or not those always seem to be like the dream toy for younger kids I mean I can't really say nowadays what kids play with because it seems every child nowadays glue tablet or a phone unfortunately but you know looking back we had some pretty cool toys but even some questionable ones like I know I saw him the nineties like let's say let's face it I mostly going to talk about girls toys here I did have transformers toys though I am Batman figures so I didn't have a lot of transfer I had one and I don't even know what character wasn't shocked I didn't really like it because they made them a little bit difficult for a child age to figure out how to like change their phone arms it was pretty elaborate stuff for six year old to figure Oh yeah no I had the beast wars transformers I had cheat or had Waspa- Nader and I had I guess it was a knockoff when it was a fucking buffalo but not figure out that thing for shit and I remember just trying to transform it and then like you said got gypped on that I don't know why what possessed me to buy that one I remember distinctively I had my allowance my parents took me to our local toys R. US and I picked out that one for some fucking reason I didn't take out a cool one like you know so that was beast wars spelled with two e's rather than probably so lane it's fucking Steve is wise I can never get him to transform writing our way I really wanted the Ninja turtle sewer and I never got the blimp I didn't get anything you've had the figures Oh and you had to carrying case Fred right yeah the the carrying case I got for Christmas is the first thing I opened earth experience I had a Barbie carrying case and like a fashion trunk and I remember getting them when I was looking at like foxes because I didn't have that much clothes for the dolls not many dolls and then same situation I gotTa Bunches Wall so it you know and they did prove handy later on but let's face it I hang up the fucking close I just shove them in there and it's called a day what six year old has patience for shit like that they don't even put away their own damn close so but anyways I member one toy I really loved it and my childhood was polly pocket I actually did a project on it in grade eleven when I was in high school and they were just so cool they were like portability and small and that was a big thing like when you travel with children and not you're always worried about them getting bored other fucking mind in the car or you know Elden an event let let's say at dinner with friends in that and they're sitting there and you know the stupid Kranz or actively boards not doing it I love those things I would take them everywhere with me and they were just so simplistic they look like makeup compacts and they were like different geometrical shape ones for boys when those came in ninety Max you and I love them like them they had them course I mean my cousin actually had a mighty Max one it was a skull one I remember deadly but you know one thing that did suck with them it was easy to lose pieces of course I took one of my bigger ones with me too I think I was in Florida actually at the time on mccamley vacation and I lost like it was a stupid Swan Lake One and I lost a swan for it and I just remember being so fucking pissed off about it but you know eventually they did evolve to actual building shapes which was kind of cool because you could make little towns and you have batteries to light it up and excellent more interesting but as the two thousands rolled around they started to get a lot larger and they had closed that could change you know interchange on them but they were like stretching rubber but that lost the appeal of the portability for kids and you know but they did include more characters which is pretty cool because of course a lot of the early mark my first video game system wasn't end sixty four wow I was late to the party but my cousin had he had old Nintendo he Super Nintendo and I remember playing the shit out of that with him like I look forward to like almost every other week thing going up to see my cousin Matt and playing Super Nintendo that was a huge part of my childhood I didn't tend to was a huge fucking part of my childhood of course I mean you had many experiences heart these days you know let's face it the Games aren't as elaborate or the graphics aren't as complex today's gaming but it's just hold us the place in my heart because like I said look forward to just spending time with your cousin that's the same age as I mean my cousin Matt's a year younger than me but we had a lot of fun remember the first Nintendo game I ever rented was mega man three Oh i loved it it was so fucking fun I believe the first Nintendo game this shitty game for when I got my and sixty four I got it with supermarket sixty four of course a lot of the Nintendo sixty four's when they rolled out came with that I can get into it now no but I liked it I liked Perfect dark was really fun it was like golden eye only league's better because they improved everything that was wrong with golden eye and I know a lot of people probably want to fight you on it I've never played perfect although it was dope but in which levels were those I can't remember and the facility okay yeah I feel stupid for not remembering it because I never really played single player on that again it was my cousin Matt game so I've played with him and his brother and sister well Goldeneye was good but perfect dark was the first fucking game that I've ever played where you could shoot the gun out of your ever expect that from a non sixty four game I mean probably I had a little bit of an idea with of it because I didn't have anyone around me that had it so to have firsthand experience but I remember getting on Intendo Power magazine those old yes I get them once in a while my cousin had a subscription to it.

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"kistler" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"kistler" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Siriusxm channel to eleven and a little bit from Zion Williamson there. Unless something crazy happens between now and the NBA draft in June. He will be the seventy two player taken sense. Dick groat went in the draft in nineteen fifty three gap between him and Doug kistler in nineteen sixty two but the reality of the Duke basketball situation, is that Mike? Chefs ski is the difference between Duke being a program that occasionally put a player in the NBA including Mike Jamin ski to, you know, you haven't Johnny doc. Inns day ferry Christian Leitner Bobby Hurley, Antonio land Grant Hill, Cherki parks, Corey Magadan trades in Langdon Elton brand when you talk about brand when you talk about Langdon Corey Magadan. I mean these guys are all players taking in the two thousand draft William Avery as well. Not as long career, of course. Rashawn MacLeod from the two thousand one are from nineteen ninety nine you know, it gets better as you, you know, as you hit the turn of the century, and you look around some of these drafts from sixteen seventeen eighteen years ago, Elton brand GM of the. Philadelphia, seventy Sixers, Prejean, Langton new news. Just broke general manager of the New Orleans pelicans, shamed Batty works in the league Jay Williams involved with the media. Lou alday. I mean, some of these guys are still planned JJ, Rettig still plan from the two thousand seven draft. You have Dante Jones was on a championship team back in twenty sixteen. Carlos boozer still playing one of the Plumlee still plays. I believe for the Portland Trail, Blazers sprite Parker a little bit disappointing. You see a lot of Rodney hood as a role player still waiting for. The jury is still kind of out on Brandon Ingram, perhaps Gelo for as well. Justice Winslow Jason Tatum has proven that he can play the part Marvin Bagley. Looks like he's going to be a great player Ditto for Harry Giles. So you see a lot of these guys that are part of a good program, even if it just that one point. Now, there are all of stops in between there's been twenty players since Kyrie Irving was drafted in into thousand twelve. Pardon me in two thousand eleven. That's just wild to me. Kyle Singler Austin rivers, both the Plumlee is Ryan Kelly. Thais Jones, can our Gary, Trent freight Jackson Wendell Carter, Grayson Allen in all those games. It's you know, it's a heck of a program, that's college. It's what makes college basketball unwatchable is that, you know, it's the same usual suspects that the top so always do I mean, Villanova, you know, they're they crashed the party every once in a while, but they're not exactly framingham state. Not exactly chat..

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"kistler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"kistler" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"If you can get a stop here in a bucket, you're still in a good position, which you must adhere here without fouling. The clock is running down at least the shot clock. But finished with the rebound. Perkins gets a ball screen record Clark. That is drives down the way shut off vital tied up. Whistle. Jump ball. It'll be good possession. Seventy five sixty six. Baseline trigger to come with the reset timer. Still the same here. Now, you're at the point where you have to start thinking foul. Runs. Another twenty twenty five seconds off you really tough spot. Scott through says how I got him on the second quarter for Clark. Backout shoot Perkins, double passports. He drives kick kistler creek wide open. Jasper. Sixteen points in the Sweet Sixteen took his looks. They said between the legs rebel. He dropped. Right blocked takes contact. Got shocked out on the floor. Fifty four point two. It's backed out. That'll be to a double voters bowl teams. Chilly returns, four Gonzaga Gillespie for Baylor. Buydell does veg for the bears hatching? Four. Moral his third free throw for fifty four point two trigger fronted by category. Lot back to kiss. He gets Duggal gets hit holding a pivot passes out of it with contact to passes bigger free. Loop ahead was there, but a foul called on Mason. He's the most gentle the contact that we saw this bird was just about hockey body check that again Mason for the contacted bit Gordon. It'll be his first. It's double bonus bowl team. So perkins. The ball handler who's passing as he was hit to left. Is an eighty four percent free. Throw shooter. Devante Bandou went to the table sub in. He went out of the floor is not cleared by the officials. He's going to be sent back to the bench. So Glaspie would already taken a seat is order to just stay on the floor. Sitting at the table as well. Miss forty six seconds, seventy eight sixty nine Gonzaga, silly was briefly and he's out hatching more back. Dagga typically a very good free throw shooting team at it slightly over seventy six percent from excuse me from the line on the season. Back in free throw age seventy nine sixty nine. Four left to right. No timeouts forty six seconds each team treated Mason scoops, it up your shaima court roller skating seconds between the likes riddles step back. Three rebound doorbell. This'll. Look to the scores team thirty six point seven o'clock issue. Why did they stop playing? Seventy nine sixty nine Gonzaga. What's your best guess? We have a monitor in front of us. It looks as if post view is asking why would you stop play? That was alive all Gonzaga had just grabbed the ball. It was ready in stride to drive to the other end of anything. It looked like there might have been so Baylor contacts actually because in that case. You would expect a foul. The clot looks like it probably started a bit early. Baylor interests, correct? And that's happened once before. Baylor and Gonzaga both huddled up the games. Only time out remaining belongs to one seed up ten points on dealer. Thirty six point seven seconds. Double bonus revolt. Swats story of the game has been a superb play branded foregin one point office premier high. He's got fifteen field goal makes fifteen of eighteen thirty five points. He entered leading the country at sixty nine percent from the field. Fifteen of eighteen is beyond video misses the NCAA. My guy talked about fishing Jonzon, the number one of fishing offense in the country's big part it to do with branding. They did anti for thirty six point seven thirty eight point five per could trigger far in my backward. Like Organs Act double bonus. Jesper giving instructions by our baseline official. Scott through selling the corps. Get close to. Recalls. The great books. He gets harassed rebels left. Three onto gets hit by Bandou likely. Hud taught freezes thirty two point four two shots. Zakharov Al line left. A top five free throw shooter in the west coast conference at eighty six percents. Good decision there by Zach Norville as you mentioned a good free. Throw shooter had Killian Tilly up ahead of him is gonna follow regardless. Keep the ball in your better frequent shooters hands. Bruce free-throw rid perfect just got his left arm taped. And she Mora Antilles out vital subs away. Birkin's with a very tight wrap tape just above his elbow on his left on track. Infrequent as good thirty two point four eighty one sixty nine Baylor full court left to right. Hi may soon. He's got an escort backpedaling doorbell. Right. Progressive drive doorbell twisty shot. Fox twenty two eighty one. Seventy one recalls, the brake lights Perkins called the hip by Mason a foul. Twenty three point one time. Mason has his second to shots. Prudence line left. Eighty four percent shooter himself. Exact ahead. Question spalding. Free-throw glass of miss rolls off to see berries and the west coast conference championship team answered them to an extent against fatigue. Sixteen seed chance to time zones. Two nights earlier. Free. Throw is good. It feels like a dancer more. Against the team this shooting lights out a couple of nights ago rolled entry scooped up by Butler contested between three off the coast. Rebound clark. He gets fouled. He'll go. The other eggs, sixteen seconds remaining. Eighty to seventy one the store and he could have himself a career day. The foul his. His his vitals style. Teams and the locals standing and applauding Grace's. Vital busy with us. Slaps on the backside with his left hand career high for vinyl seventeen points seven of nine from the field, five offensive rebounds. But it doesn't really tell the story. Do the stats in his impact on the game. Too. Early fouls in the first half Baylor. Had to sit him guns goes on the run early in the second half picks up his third and his score. Gonzaga extends their lead. I three throw for quark model south van do takes vital spots. Sixteen seconds eighty to seventy one. Franken free throw in the air. Good thirty six points. A career-high tiger effort for granted. Clark. Rolled entry. Mason picks it up. Sideline. Clarke has to the Cup shield sick this with the left hand about to drop the straight a kiss Burke. He gives a fist clutch. Four seconds. Zack. Baylor three seventy Mark views searches Sweet Sixteen fifth straight season, the longest active roundup, sweetness college basketball, and that is becoming.

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"kistler" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"kistler" Discussed on WTVN

"You're crossing dental. Here's mini Traer and Michaela haunts with what matters thirty five on a Sunday. And we are talking about definitely what matters and your health and your happiness really should matter. Most joining us today in studio is the beautiful the one and only Tina battery, no. Only not everybody knows tina's. So we have to introduce her properly. She's the VP of marketing and communications for the YMCA of central Ohio our opinion, she's the one she is the one. I mean, she is the one and only Tina great to have Tina, you're it. Thank you ladies. I'm I'm actually just Tina. I'm actually just Tina. And I'm so thrilled to be here. A my actually want to say happy new year because this is my first time in the studio this year, and it is a absolutely gorgeous day. And I'm thrilled to be here today talking about New Year's resolutions for Oliver family out there, and what matters land and my own personal journey and how I could use a little support. And some things I've learned along the way. So the most important thing we need to do was put out the phone number for you. Because with it. We want to hear what are you struggling with? What questions do you have about what you're struggling with with your health and wellness resolutions for the new year and how you could get help. What would help what would help you so six one four eight two one WTVN six one four eight two one nine eight eight six we want this to be an open forum for you. And we'll also live right now on Facebook. We are the six ten WTVN on the six ten page. So if you're struggling give us a call, we can ask Tina questions Tina has a wealth of. Information as well at her fingertips, and if you know, what's working for you. If you want to encourage some of our what matters listeners also give us a call at that. Number six one four eight two one WTVN let us know what might be really working for you in two thousand nineteen. We're looking for both of those kind of perspectives. And opinions as we want to be a network of help for everybody. And that can be a big group of our what matters listeners helping each other. And when people come in studio, and we have our sponsors come in studio, which the why is now our title sponsor. It's up to them what they want to talk about and Tina specifically wanted to talk about this. Go ahead. Absolutely. Thank you. Absolutely. So it is February early February. And you know, I'm not unlike so many of us who you're so gung ho at the beginning of the year. You've got your resolutions. Maybe perhaps you've done your vision board that we talked about a little bit. He knows what a vision. You guys made me feel so bad. You're with it. It's kind of self explanatory. But nonetheless. You know, I'm one of those people I worked for the YMCA. And I've had so many people say to me. Well, gosh, you're right there at the Y you must work out every day. It must be easy for you. Well, let me tell you. I'm no different than anyone else out there. Life gets in the way, whether it's work whether it's family, whether it's the weather, and when it's so dark and cloudy just wanna go home and go to sleep. So over the past couple of years, I have realized some weight loss, which I referred to as winter fluff, which doesn't look near as cute as I really liked that terminology the winner flutter makes me feel better. It's not near as cute as it sounds. So that's true. This year, I was determined. And I have found that by time you get past that January and people stop talking about it. And we see this with our members at the Y that you do start to fall off and you start to give up on yourself. You have a personal story to tell because you struggled a little bit. And I think that when people hear about other personal stories were struggle existed. And how they surpassed that then you can kind of really reach people. So why don't you talk a little bit about what happened to you? Personally. Sure. So about about four years ago, I had gone through a traumatic situation in my life. And that took me to the extreme opposite direction where I wasn't eating now I can emotionally each eight. So you can live on one spectrum one side of the spectrum or the other. So within the midst of these past four years, I've I've gotten to better health and a lot of those things are behind me how ever life gets in the way. And so I have had to learn to find ways where I can create balance in my life and through the Y, thankfully, there's such a support system because you did not do it alone. No, I. I couldn't do it alone. And you know, we say this to our members all the time. And and we've had a lot of people walk through our doors in January. And the first thing we try to do is get them connected to a supportive community. So if I take a group exercise class, then I know those other, ladies and gentlemen, within that class, whatever that class might be are going to hold me accountable. If I don't go to class, I'm to kind of feel like I'm missing out on something. So do we literally need to introduce ourselves to people when we go to a group class didn't feel like that's the way to do it. I have met some of my very best. Lifelong friends at the Y in group exercise classes because you do build a community within yourselves in you get to understand what are your challenges. What are your opportunities? And so I think that support system is great. If you walk into any place that offers health and fitness. And you hop on a treadmill, and you try and do it alone. Your chances of failure are greater than if you build a community on your own. So one thing that I I always like to tell people is, you know, you see a lot of advertising this time of year the YMCA advertises as well. But we say that we believe commitment is a good thing. Real. We have a caller for you. Randy is on the line ranger. We're talking health and fitness and trying to just create a better you what is your question for Tina? It's not a question. It's just something that's been working since the first of the year, and I'm sticking with it. I realized that I only had to take my medical my prescription medicines twice a day. So I thought well, I'm just gonna eat a really high protein breakfast. And then and then either like an early dinner, and then that's it. And then I don't have to exercise as much to burn off the fat. And I dropped my glucose in my blood from one of five eighty five just after four weeks of doing and swimming exercise. That's that's terrific. Now. I would I would encourage you to make sure that you're getting enough calories in through the day. But I think what's important what you're expressing here is that you've created some balance in your life in some structure, and that's the same lesson that I've had to learn and so I'm currently working with a personal trainer, and I'm working on a weight loss program having that structure can take you from good to great. And once you get into that habit of doing that. And I'm so proud of you. Congratulations on dropping those numbers. That's terrific. Thank you. Randy. Thank you so much for calling. What matters and thanks for listening. We have a comment on our Facebook page because we posted these questions and concerns on our what matters Facebook page before you went on the air with us and Jennifer kistler commented and said being accountable is sometimes hard we often make excuses. So having a few good friends who have the same goals is so helpful at least that is what is working for me. And that was what Jennifer it said that is that is on point that is absolutely spot on. It's so many of us trying to do this ourselves. So like, I said if you just walk into a location, and and your loosely you're jumping on a treadmill because it's the easiest piece of equipment to use. And you're trying to accomplish this by yourself. You're going to struggle. I struggled, and I'm what the YMCA identifies as a health seeker the people who start and stop and it tends to happen. This time of year. We're so gung ho but building that community instructor around. You does hold. You accountable either you feel like you've made friends, and you're gonna miss out on something or I've got my appointment with my personal trainer every Saturday morning. Shout out to Susanna at the grocery YMCA because she's awesome and wonderful. But if I miss my appointment that's going to be a problem. So you are working with personal trainer. How has that particularly helps you versus just going in and doing a group class or jumping on a treadmill as you put it it's a different type of engagement from a group exercise class. So you're working one on one on things that are of importance to you in that match, what your particular situation might be. So if you have lower back problems that personal trainer is going to adjust to that. So whatever your goals and objectives are those personal trainers are certified and licensed to be able to guide you in the safest way possible. Does it get pricey to do it though? I always feel like I'm always thinking, maybe I want to do this. But can I afford to do it? Well. I.

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"kistler" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"kistler" Discussed on WTVN

"Two one WTVN six one four eight two one nine eight six we want this to be an open forum for you. And we'll also live right now on Facebook. We are the six ten WTVN on the six ten page. So if you're struggling give us a call, we can ask Tina questions Tina has a wealth of info. Formation as well at her fingertips. And if you know, what's working for you. If you want to encourage some of our what matters listeners also give us a call at that. Number six one four eight two one WTVN let us know what might be really working for you in two thousand nineteen th we're looking for both of those kind of perspectives. And opinions today, we want to be a network of help for everybody in that can be a big group of our what matters listeners helping each other. And when people come in studio, and we have our sponsors come in studio, which the why is now our title sponsor. It's up to them what they want to talk about and Tina specifically wanted to talk about this. Go ahead. Absolutely. Thank you. Absolutely. So it is February early February. And you know, I'm not unlike so many of us who you're so gung ho at the beginning of the year. You've got your resolutions. Maybe perhaps you've done your vision board that we talked about a little bit. He knows what a vision for you guys. Make me feel so bad. You're with man, it's kind of self explanatory. But nonetheless. I'm one of those people I worked for the YMCA. And I've had so many people say to me. Well, gosh, you're right there at the Y you must work out every day. It must be easy for you. Well, let me tell you. I'm no different than anyone else out there. Life gets in the way, whether it's work whether it's family, whether it's the weather, and when it's so dark and cloudy. You just wanna go home and go to sleep. So over the past couple of years, I have realized some weight loss, which I referred to as winter fluff, which doesn't look near as cute as it. I really liked that terminology though, winner flutter makes me feel better. It's not near as cute as it sounds. So that's true. This year, I was determined. And I have found that by time you get past that January and people stop talking about it. And we see this with our members at the Y that you do start to fall off and you start to give up on yourself. You have a personal story to tell because you struggled a little bit. And I think that when people hear about other personal stories were struggle existed. And how they surpassed that then you can kind of really reach people. So why don't you talk a little bit about what happened to you? Personally. Sure. So about about four years ago, I had gone through a traumatic situation in my life. And that took me to the extreme opposite direction where I wasn't eating now I can emotionally eat eight. So you can live on one spectrum one side of the spectrum or the other. So within the midst of these past four years, I've I've gotten to better health, and a lot of those things are behind me I'll ever life gets in the way. And so I have had to learn to find ways where I can create balance in my life and through the Y, thankfully, there's such a support system because you did not do it alone. No, I. I couldn't do it alone. And you know, we we say this to members all the time, and we've had a lot of people walk through our doors in January. And the first thing we try to do is get them connected to a supportive community. So if I take a group exercise class, then I know those other, ladies and gentlemen, within that class, whatever that class might be are going to hold me accountable. If I don't go to class, I'm going to kind of feel like I'm missing out on something. So do we literally need to introduce ourselves to people when we go to a group class didn't feel like that's the way to do it. I have met some of my very best. Lifelong friends at the Y in group, exercise classes because you do build a community within yourselves, and you get to understand what are your challenges. What are your opportunities? And so I think that support system is great. If you walk into any place that offers health and fitness. And you hop on a treadmill, and you try and do it alone. Your chances of failure are greater than if you build a community on your own. So what one thing that? I I always like to tell people is, you know, you see a lot of advertising this time of year the YMCA advertises as well. But we say that we believe commitment is a good thing. Real. We have a caller for you. Randy is on the line ranger. We're talking health and fitness and trying to just create a better you what is your question for Tina? It's not a question. It's just something that's been working since the first of the year, and I'm sticking with it. I realized that I only had to take my medical my prescription medicines twice a day. So I thought well, I'm just gonna eat a really high protein breakfast. And then either like an early dinner, and then that's it. And then I don't have to exercise as much to burn off the fat. And I dropped my glucose in my blood from one of five to eighty five just after four weeks of doing and swimming exercise. That's that's terrific. Now. I would I would encourage you to make sure that you're getting enough calories in through the day. But I think what's important what you're expressing here is that you've created some balance in your life in some structure, and that's the same lesson that I've had to learn and so I'm currently working with a personal trainer, and I'm working on a weight loss program having that structure can take you from good to great. And once you get into that habit of doing that. And I'm so proud of you. Congratulations on dropping those numbers. That's terrific. Randy. Thank you so much for calling. What matters and thanks for listening. We have a comment on our Facebook page because we posted these questions and concerns on our what matters Facebook page before you went on the air with us and Jennifer kistler comment and said being accountable is sometimes hard we often make excuses. So having a few good friends who have the same goals is so helpful at least that is what is working for me. And that was what Jennifer it said that is that is on point that is absolutely spot on. It's so many of us try to do this ourselves. So like, I said if you just walk into a location, and and your loosely you're jumping on a treadmill because it's the easiest piece of equipment to use in. You're trying to accomplish this by yourself. You're going to struggle. I struggled, and I'm what the YMCA identifies as a health seeker the people who start and stop and it tends to happen. This time of year or so gung ho building that community instructor around. You does hold you accountable either you feel. A you've made friends and you're gonna miss out on something or I've got my appointment with my personal trainer every Saturday morning. Shout out to Susanna at the grocery YMCA because she's awesome and wonderful. But if I miss my appointment that's going to be a problem. So you are working with this personal trainer. How has that particularly helps you versus just going in and doing a group class or jumping on a treadmill as you put it it's a different type of engagement from a group exercise class. So you're working one on one on things that are of importance to you in that match, what your particular situation might be. So if you have lower back problems that personal trainer is going to adjust to that. So whatever your goals and objectives are those personal trainers are certified and licensed to be able to guide you in the safest way possible. Does he get pricey to do it though? I always feel like I'm always thinking, oh, maybe I want to do this. But can I afford to do it? Well, I.

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"kistler" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

Pull Up with CJ McCollum

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"kistler" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

"But I love the add added to your care package since I already oh, you so much my so much wine. Ooh. Oh, wow. Okay. I am. I appreciate that. I I also went to California expensive is well kistler the twenty fourteen team. No, it was fantastic. And. It was like pretty lie. You know, kinda like your classic California. Pino the alcohol wasn't his high which I liked and it was pretty creamy. I guess you could say and light. And it was just great. It was pricey hundred fifty but well worth the price of admission and I shared it with some friends who who who everybody liked to. However, I did have one person that said, it's no literally. And as you know, I'm big litter. I guy so it was good though. Very good. That's good. But he said kisla K I T L E R S K S T L E R, and they have some other ones that are in the three hundred plus range. This Pino was like I said one fifty and not quite a perfect rating, but pretty high I've had some live before ahead it on my birthday, but it was older bottle. But that that's one of my face. I'll have to add some more those to decelerate. Appreciate you share that for sure. That was quite delightful, and I will recommend some cheaper wines. Yeah. We got gotta buy less expensive wines next week because we don't we don't drink cheap wine. That's like the only criticism. I get is people say the wind, you're you're you're listing are consistently expensive. We have had some really good ones. Like in that forty to sixty rain Marie is is in that forty to sixty range some of the Pinos I drink out in Oregon. Yeah. All right in the forty to sixty range and And then then. the problems that we like the older vintages or the grit years vintages to wear right price drives up, right? As my parents would say you could find great value. If you explore the different regions of the world, we are specifically going Pinos in sonoma's, that's like our Goto area other than will limit and they're going to be expensive there. So you can find other other real value to incorporate more, you know, functional ones I'm gonna start incorporating burgundy, well that's going to get really pricey. That's what I'm gonna get really pricey as the kids say yolo. You can catch us on apple podcasts radio dot com slash pulled up with CJ or wherever you get your shows. And don't forget the. Pull up..

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"kistler" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

99 Percent Invisible

11:00 min | 3 years ago

"kistler" Discussed on 99 Percent Invisible

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"kistler" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"kistler" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Social activity and and i imagine i don't know whether you read it or not but i think the first coach was ramblers was a white teacher at big is school by the name of i think his last name was kistler bill tell us about there was a guy that you played with who i think people will will remember your also your college roommate tell us about him and what role he played and integration into pika well you're talking about dean smith the legendary legendary court coach at north carolina and he moved from if i'm emporia to peak high school at topeka and attended peak high school he was a year younger than i was he was a junior and i was a senior but we were guards on to be high school team and i i met him that during early that summer when they moved from emporia and we started playing went on one and we were both pretty competitive and we just played in played i just don't know know how many times we'd find a gymnasium or somebody's backyard and play one on one and it turned out that by the end of our senior year we were they're starting guards on a team that took third state dean was at a really good basketball player but a better person and like is jack knows why we when when i went to college i pledged to fraternity there and we rush dane and he he pledged that fraternity as well and my senior year and his junior year why we roommates i was best man at his wedding and he was a dear dear friend and what happened with dean smith at the peak of highschool gentlemen was that correct me if i'm wrong with dean was the quarterback of the football team which was integrated as we as we noted but he knew that the basketball team was not integrated you said you guys finished third in the state and dean smith later said if we had had some of the ramblers on our team we could have been i in the state so he.

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