35 Burst results for "Kramer"

Weekend Mass Shootings Dominate News Coverage

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 1 d ago

Weekend Mass Shootings Dominate News Coverage

"Killer in laguna Woods, you may not know about. Yesterday afternoon, a 60 year old Asian man, that's the only description I have from the Los Angeles Times, stood up in a luncheon honoring a former pastor at a Taiwanese Christian church in laguna Woods, which is not far from my old home in Orange County. They were welcoming back for a luncheon, Jerry Chen, excuse me, I want to get that Jerry Chandler's the fellow gave the quote the former pastor's name is here somewhere I can't find it, but Tom Kramer, who is the head of the presbytery of Los ranchos. Again, I used to be a member of this Presbyterian. Kramer did not know if the pastor was harmed in the shooting, a pastor clobbered the gunman as he tried to reload with a chair and a bunch of the so called older victims. They were all in their 60s. Those not shot tackle them in hog tied in, but it's a 60 year old Asian man is the killer there. In Harris county, Texas, the more traditional weekend shooting, two young men shooting at each other, wounding three and killing two at a Harris county flea market. At 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. So guns are everywhere, The Wall Street Journal, however, wrote about the particular evil of the buffalo shooting. There is a culture of white supremacy in the United States and people need to understand not large, but it definitely evil and it's dangerous because it attracts the unbalance like this 18 year old this was pure evil said Erie county sheriff Garcia in an app summary of the mass murder at a cyber market in Buffalo writes The Wall Street Journal. That appears to be racially motivated. The alleged shooter 18 year old Peyton gendron, the last time you'll hear his name on my show, is another young man possessed by inexplicable hatred.

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James O'Keefe: We Get Sued a Lot but Have Never Lost a Lawsuit

The Dan Bongino Show

01:05 min | Last month

James O'Keefe: We Get Sued a Lot but Have Never Lost a Lawsuit

"Did you guys just win legal fees in another case by someone who tried to sue you I just caught this before going on the air What happened there Thanks We could suit a lot but we've never lost a lawsuit recently a federal judge This is last week a federal judge ordered someone to suit us to pay us for our fees And this was after this is after this person was recruited by this activist named Lauren Windsor who goes around and contacts the people that we've recorded Well she contacted one woman in North Carolina She sued us went to a federal jury trial We won at a directed verdict and then just last week the federal judge said oh you got to pay James O'Keefe for his fees And now this woman who is activist associated with these different progressive causes and worked with bob Kramer who is a friend of Barack Obama and the DNC back in the 2016 election Well now she's not willing to pay those bills So we don't lose litigation and we fight and sometimes it takes half a decade but we always win

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Senators Urge Biden to Add More H-2B Seasonal Worker Visas

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:41 min | 3 months ago

Senators Urge Biden to Add More H-2B Seasonal Worker Visas

"17 Republicans just signed a letter to Joe Biden. I'm reading from breitbart dot com demanding saying we need more foreign workers. So there are 12 million Americans out of work, there's 35 to 40 million members of my generation that are underemployed. Let me say that again. They are underemployed. So you're not even looking at unemployment. Let's talk about underemployment. Now, what is underemployment? Well, it's someone that went to Wichita state university, and they got a degree in Central American migratory bird studies. And they're working as a barista or they're working as some sort of social media manager, but they are clearly underemployed. But don't worry, Senate Republicans are on the job. Senate Republicans believe that while Biden is trying to bring more people into the country, they want to help them do that. Senators asked Biden to speed up the process, so employers could get more foreign workers into blue collar American jobs. So while we have inflation and while things are more expensive, they want to bring in more foreign workers so that you could depress wages. So prices are going up, so let's try to get our own carpenters and plumbers disenfranchised from ever being able to have meaningful work. Why are they doing this? Well, the 17 Republicans who signed the letter, and I respect some of these people, and I philosophically see where Rand Paul is coming from on this. I totally disagree with him. He's more libertarian when it comes to immigration. I am not. But some of these other people, Kevin Kramer, Mike rounds Lindsey Graham, James rish, Lisa Murkowski, Roy blunt, Cynthia lummis, John cornyn, Mike crapo, John thune, Susan Collins pat toomey, roger wicker, Jerry Moran, Rand Paul, who I'm going to exempt Rand Paul because he's been so amazing on Fauci and honestly, he's a friend of mine, and he's just been awesome on many other things. John barrasso and Tim Scott, but they sign it alongside 17 Democrats. And it says, quote, The White House and congressional Democrats, that's a separate quote. This is from RJ hauman from the federation for American immigration reform, saying quote, Republicans say they're great on the illegal front due to the border crisis, but why not also oppose programs that a rife with abuse displace American workers and depressed wages, of course they do.

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John Durham Alleges Clinton Campaign Spied on Trump

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | 3 months ago

John Durham Alleges Clinton Campaign Spied on Trump

"The takeaway tweet of the day comes from a great conservative voice named Amy Kramer. And she says, they spied on the guy who would be the eventual sitting president of the United States of America. As he said they did, by the way, and yet they want us to believe that they wouldn't try to steal an election? Really? How interesting? Do you hear the news over the weekend? You're watching ABC NBC CBS, you didn't hear it. If you didn't pick up The Washington Post or The New York Times or look online and see anything from the beast, you wouldn't have known what the Durham investigation uncovered. In an ordinary time, this would be one of the biggest stories of the year. The Clinton campaign paid a technology company to infiltrate servers belonging to Trump Tower. And later The White House itself. So they could establish an inference and narrative to bring to government agencies linking Donald Trump to Russia. That, according to an investigation, from special counsel, John Durham

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Eric Reminisces About His Friendship With Larry David

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 6 months ago

Eric Reminisces About His Friendship With Larry David

"We continue now with Eric's interview at the Babylon B we'll have to ask, because you said that you were friends with Larry David at one point? Yes, at dinner, his apartment. When I was writing the hero pieces, the Atlantic monthly published a couple of them. And there was a humor reading. So it was like 1987 and somebody got me to do a humor reading with Roz chast's husband you know Roz chast, The New Yorker cartoonist, whatever. Her husband did some stuff, and there was somebody else. I can't remember, but I was one of these like two or three people who like in a basement in New York did a comedy reading. And this friend of mine that I met at one of these writers colony says, you got to meet my friend Larry. He will love you. He loves you and he's so funny. He's one of these before he became famous. Like right before. So he came and he loved what I did like the humor pieces. I think these fewer pieces are on my website, Eric and Texas dot com air contacts dot com. Eric and Texas dot com. But the humor pieces are still there. And so anyway, so we became friends and he really loved what I was doing, and he connected me with his manager whom he eventually married, and she was only taking she had him. She had Chris Elliott. You know, like, really, I was like, I've made it now. Yeah. And then I became a born again Christian and I threw it all in the garbage. I burned all of that with my elo albums and all that satanic stuff. Because humors of the devil. No, I never really overtly turned away from it. I just kind of drifted away. But so Larry and I became friends. I remember he had a dinner party in his apartment, and the actual Kramer came in. But at the time, I didn't realize he was the actual Kramer. Did you know he was racist? Or not so funny? That's a funny question. That's a funny question. I would kill to meet Michael Richards. I just love that man so much. But yeah, so I think when I became like a conservative Jesus freak, Larry David probably had problems

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"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

03:12 min | 8 months ago

"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Reduce fixing of course every other bloody band in the world. Six of course. So that's what we have to do. And i think what turned out was it just showed that they were able to go in and fix what was not Gone maybe under percents on the live show. Why imagine you're you're you're you're onstage right. Pleading rockets scouting. That's right and spencer. You've got bombs you rights. You got smoke there in sixteen bloody hills and then leaping around like mad fools and you expect to be any time and into the technology wasn't there to keep it altogether so who cares. I don't care. The band of the kid and i was a huge success. It sounded grazing me end. You know. I had to do a lot of work on that. And then they come back and say well i want we wanna remix another five great. Let's fix it this gophers and it was It was a fantastic greco that just launch them because they had laid the groundwork for those plus three albums they went on road until the hell out of it and they had a very small manager coin and they statuary to the south in the south western parts of america command. A fan base was one of the early bands. I really figured out if we don't have a fan base from nothing and it guaranteed the sale of the live album. Well needless to say the live album kiss alive year. I record producing with them not only saved the band and made the ban but it saved the label as well. It was a make or break proposition. We all know that story. You know the recent kiss documentary and and you know. This has been debated forever and over the decades. The band is even admitted. Obviously that there's not a lot of kiss alive. That's actually live eugene's reference date in the kiss documentary. You made a comment saying something like there's people that have different recollections of how much of that record is actually live. we've heard stories. The only thing truly live on it. Where peters drums for for once. Can you set the record straight on it eddie. What is live. How much of kiss alive is live. It would be very very tough for me to do to give you a cat. Without sitting in the studio analyzing the takes figuring out punches were but i do know for a fact that we fix a lot of guitars Fair amount of base. Bits here and there quite a few punches. That a lot of vocal bits that will miss Gets remarkably consistent absolutely true and these folks were remarkably consistent. But i bring back the points that look at the show. You you try do that. Anybody i anybody kit and jump up and.

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"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:48 min | 8 months ago

"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Reverberates. So we'll have to put up some close mike and the kappler room marks and we're race and it sounded bloody mile and wh and what about recording jimmy. Page's guitars were when it came to that. Obviously jimmy is producing these records. But you're the engineer. In that instance then at that point i would imagine you are not only engineering and recording. What he's doing. But you're also kind of at that point. Correct me if i'm wrong. You'd have to kind of go into a sort of defacto producer mode right because he's actually at that bar playing. So can you talk a little bit about how that worked. Yeah i think you're correct In the sense that it would rely to get. He knew what he was looking for up to meet a market correction and find the right place for it. at starbucks fortunate. I mean this bloody greg mansion so there were many rooms or you can put an amgen and the sound would change depending on Decay time the the actual spot of the room. I couple of times we actually Wannabe them at the bottom of a fireplace. Quaking up the chimney with mike it into a different angles. Mike just to get a different sound It's experimentation so the point of back sounds bloody mauger's crime and use that any. Are you amazed that. Just in closing out on zeppelin. And i wanna talk to you about kiss here in a second but are you amazed that this music that you were a part of creating whether it's hendrix whether it's upland whether it's some of the other stuff we've talked about but specifically when it comes to hendrix zeppelin that that it is as relevant now and stands the test of time now in in you know under the umbrella of classic rock but it's as important now. It seems to so many people with so many young people discovering this. It's on the radio still constantly on classic rock radio. Are you amazed at this stuff. Did you have any inkling fifty years plus ago when you're working on it that it would occupy this space in history. Did you have any idea what you were doing. Was this special at the time. And a part of something this landmark absolutely nar. Nobody you know you. You're there for the moment is asked to make the band happy and give them back found. You can possibly give them you know through the tracking the over and then the mixing where you're mixing alexa. Play video wherever they would be mixing You've come up with a final product because out in the market and you know separate we gotta sell a couple of many records of coast guard more than that and hearing it on the radio in the day and then you think oh you know Very nicely and then of course tragedy answer the ban breaks up off the bonds of keeps coming and we goes back to the earlier conversation. It's classic why didn't they go up because this rates wrong with fantastic's corruption lyrics bengals performances by each individual in that fan. And you know when we say ban means four guys or girls or whatever four elephants. I don't care as long as they trumpets again. A bunch if they're playing together and then making music together and it's a high standard and it has an emotional wallop when the four of them unify together. And that sound comes at you is so pure and it has so much Groups you you know in your mind in hard and then that feeling about rhythmic feeling. I just wise you coins because it's just when you had got got it just it's primitive buddies control. It is controlled primitivism. Yeah i get what. you're saying. Final thing on zeppelin. Do you have a favorite step one records. I love the moment. Yeah it would be tough to pick a favorite one. But i know you said a lot of people. Point to two is one of the ones in terms of an engineering perspective that you get a lot of questions about. Yeah i mean cd. I mean they all they're all transparency kelvin's whether i do somebody else's they're amazing Aren't being associated with the ban. Like zeppelin is it's an honor. Well we're going to talk with eddie in the next segment here about a band that my audience is going to be all ears about that is also one of the legendary bands of all time. That eddie had a huge huge role in and you recently saw him talking about that in the recent kiss documentary. But we're going to get into some talk about the the records. Eddie kramer made with kiss and get some stories from that in the next segment so stay with us. Be right back with more in my interview with eddie kramer after this. Let's get back to more. With eddie kramer on the eddie trunk. Podcast continuing this great conversation with producer. Eddie kramer about some of the legendary he worked with. I wanna do a section now on kiss an artist that so many of my my audience loves as well and really the conduit of how i i met eddie back around. Nineteen eighty six. When i was working with as freely and he did ace's i post kiss solo album. But we'll get to that in a second i. Let's begin with a question. I always wondered about eddie when it came to your history with kiss. We all know you did the initial demos for the band which led to them getting a record deal and making their first record. But you didn't begin working with the band as a producer on the record stuff until the the live album kiss alive. So how was it that you ended up doing the demos which yielded them. The record deal but didn't do any of the first three studio records. What were the circumstances there. Did they just not ask you or were you unavailable. Well allie will came.

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"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Did robert did. Did he do vocals. Did he do a lot of passes on lead vocals or did you. Did he get a lot of stuff in one take i. He had been known to do. Vocal one sake The from punching generally speaking get cup two or three while and some of those days. Yeah i mean we only on eight track so we only have long maybe to attract the set for for boko He mentioned here racist. Might and what about recording john. Bonham's trump's i mean dry so much is made rightfully so of the drum sound on the zeppelin records. What was it. Were you actually making those drums recording them. And can you take us through that process and what that was like recording him. Well you couldn't go confer run recording barnum because quite frankly stick him anywhere and put you know couple of fifty seven and you'd get a bomb sound because he has some damn hard and he just knew exactly how to get a tone out of his. You was remarkable. It was probably. I would say yeah. That's grammar i've ever recorded And seal is incredible. Just ridiculous and he and page would work together in rehearsals and get the phil crazy enough. So that page where the particular fill on particular three in what was once part of guarded. He was loved and he you know he scratches ahead when the time turned around and stuff like that but once he figured it out it was. Watch out literally. You could buy him anywhere. I mean the great pleasure of working with small studio and then make jagger's house Stalker where we did How holly cookie and he had a whole room to himself. Big glass conservatory rounded windows. That kind of thing. So was quite.

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"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

02:16 min | 8 months ago

"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"Hendrix me page On there quite a few of us that i was thinking of those guys as being Visionaries may come into the studio and okay. This is the saw. I know exactly how. I think. It should sound in the final analysis. That's what we're going and you know you may take a little sidetracked. The left and right trying to help them find that path but when the vision is so clear in their hands on the drive to get to that. Final product is his affection. Gotta get it just right but not as extensive deal. I could say i've learned from that. And do you think. I would imagine and having worked with jimmy on so many records that there were some things that you brought to the table that jimmy really picked up on and gravitated to see. Do you remember an instance or a moment where you did something as an engineer where he really lit up and and kind of adopted it and ran with it a little bit and then maybe used it in his own stuff going forward to oversee the end of the page. And i'm talking about like 'cause you had mentioned before we started this segment about zeppelin to specifically and how many people talk to you about some of the engineering stuff you did on that record so were there. Things that Do you recall things in the studio where you did the that you did that. Really kind of lit up jimmy page. Well i just think the relationship very close credibly well together and i think the idea of being three with sonic Panic the panning thing. I really enjoyed that. Used to be to use of reverb. But don't get page pretty much moulana. When i was going. I mean he could immediately i all those years. He was in studio so he had. This idea me suggest something of that. I were talking to another level. I feel i contributed.

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"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"You go in sometimes with a little bit of trepidation and then as you open up the phrases and push the patient with guitars and the drums. I'm back in time. And it's so rewarding and it's so gratifying to take some of jimmy's music and re tweak it's to bring off the fullness because we have technology today that just allows me to transform some of the earliest stuff that hasn't been released and and really give us a full treatment so that it sounds full and contemporary that. That's been my job. And i love it. Are you still in as much. Aw now when you open up a tape and go in and restore some things a remix. Some things hearing what he did as you were when you first met him and originally worked on the material does it still kind of puts you in a place. Where like i because the thing about hendrix's still it's still pretty much the benchmark even for most guitar players today in a lot of ways. So so do you still feel that way. Do you still feel like that. That sense of all when you hear it and hear things maybe. Are you picking out things. That maybe i don't even notice at the time when you were recording him. Oh yeah i mean you know many years ago and all of a sudden here track guitar part. in fact i'm just thinking now about this new release somebody top parts on there that i know i couldn't even remember what he was doing. Because you know just goes by so fast and these are not. The mass took maybe one before the master. And there's a couple of loose than he plays are incredible playing and even.

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"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

06:08 min | 8 months ago

"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"This week for the interview. This is something you are going to love. Because i love talking of behind the scenes people in the music industry and this is one of the biggest guys with the most history. You could possibly talk to in that world. It is producer. Eddie kramer eddie. Kramer's resume is so vast. I wouldn't know where to begin as far as this. Podcast there are three pivotal bands. That eddie kramer is known for those bands include led zeppelin jimi hendrix. And kiss. so the interview. You're about to hear will feature a good helping three segments on each of those bands and then a fourth segment covering other groups. That eddie worked with everyone from loudness to anthrax to you name it again even in the ninety minutes that i had with eddie kramer for this interview. We didn't even get into everything because it's just so much but i think you're going to really love what we did cover. And there's some great stories great insights from one of the legends in the world of music production. And he's a guy that i've known for a really long time back when i was working for mega force back in the eighties. Eddie kramer was the guy who brought us as freely we ended up signing to his first solo deal in eddie produced that first solo record freely is comet which we didn't really get to talk about all that much in the interview. Just because there's so much other stuff to get to. But i was on any for the longest time to try to get time with him to do this. This kind of career retrospective and he was very generous with his time. Although again with his resume. There's tons obviously. We didn't have time for. But i think you're really gonna love this and i can't wait for you guys to check it out if you've not heard it on sirius. Xm and i'm pleased to be able to bring everybody on a worldwide free platform. Like this podcast so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss anything. The new episodes hit every thursday. You can also find me on cameo if you're interested in a personalized video. Summer's almost over. We got a lot of great stuff coming up a lot of appearances. A lot of events. Keep an eye on my social media especially twitter and instagram. Why keep you updated on everything going on. This is a pretty long interview this week. So let's get right to here is eddie kramer enjoys. It is a great pleasure and honor and thrilled to have with us here on this special edition of trunk nation. Man that i've had the pleasure of knowing for many many many decades and he is still one of the icons in the world of producing and engineering rock music. His resume speaks for itself. joining us. today is the one. And only eddie kramer eddie. Thank you so much have long wanted to do this with you. And i appreciate you taking the time. It is my pleasure to speak with you any man. Let me ask you this. Let's i like when i interviewed producers. I like to start here and that is where it all started for you. You grew up in south africa. Tell me how the music bug bit you and how it led to you and your first engineering work and producing work. Not only did it. Bite me it's threw me across the room. In fact i tell the story when i'm doing my elections to the audio or anybody. Who wants to who could stand listening to me. But we're not with the back. I guess in three years old something like that growing up. You know in south africa wipe the british system for literacy is two hundred and twenty volts and apparently according to my parents and i do remember pasta. I stuck feel living meal into the electric socket and it threw me across the room and my dad. My dad picked me up and knock me. What the hell did you for. I haven't seen the second. You're literally shocked into rock and roll. Yeah and let me see wasn't fair about shock me or something like that. Yes on a record you produced on love gun. Ace's first lead vocal shock me rats right. Yeah so that's kind of old situation would happen like six years later something. Well we're w we're yeah. We're definitely gonna kiss stuff but tell me about how you learned your craft eddy working initially coming into engineering. Are you experienced and access bold as love and working with hendrix. Initially as an engineer. Where how does how does a kid from from south africa go to doing that well. It's a bit obey story. I mean it's to be in the new documentary film that we're about to make a call from the other side of the glass shameless self promotion but there you go He's do during the era where one has to say what. What is doing I've been writing the book on and off for many years. I'm going to draw to a close this year so that we can get on with making the bloody movie story in a nutshell is having grown up in south africa. A very musical Family my dad was Amateur violinist and we had string quartets every friday and Was always fun and games with music. i think i had stab at playing violin cello but i gravitate towards the piano at a very early age and spending classical music so i left high school which was about nineteen and during the last years of my education in south africa. I was at the south african college of music. Hot time But the rupp set in when i was a teenager around about fourteen years old. I just got a jazz and then from there. Parents iraq ro listening to. It's on a shortwave radio. Of.

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"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

01:56 min | 8 months ago

"kramer" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"I tell you each and every week the interviews that come your way here on the eddie trunk podcast. All originate live on my sirius. Xm radio show which is called trunk nation. Which is heard monday through. Friday live on channel one. Oh six volume from two to four. Pm eastern time with nightly replays ten to midnight eastern audio-video full shows interviews more. Anytime you want on the sirius. Xm app if you're in the us and canada and you're not listening to trunk nation and subscribing to sirius xm. You're getting a heine tiny fraction of what. I do on a daily basis on the radio here on the podcast. Also have six show on sirius. Xm on mondays five pm eastern live on hair nation channel thirty nine and a syndicated terrestrial radio show of course this podcast making eight broadcasts week. Thank you for connecting with whatever ones of those that you do social media at eddie trunk twitter and instagram fan page. On facebook upcoming appearances they are starting to roll in october. Is going to be a nutty month for october seventh. It starts in houston. Texas warehouse live hosting sebastian bach. October ninth also at warehouse live hosting jackal in houston and then october. Fifteen sixteen and seventeen pigeon forge tennessee monsters on the mountain. And then you've got the eighties in the sand event happening in cancun mexico which is sold out just added october thirty one halloween woodstock georgia hosting a listening party for resist and bite which is abandoned features former tesla guitarist tommy skill and that should be a lot of fun at mad life studios all info links more on my social media and eddie trunk dot com.

Caution, Contents Hot: The McDonald's Hot Coffee Case of 1992

You're Wrong About...

02:14 min | 8 months ago

Caution, Contents Hot: The McDonald's Hot Coffee Case of 1992

"I heard about this. I know it was a media sensation and like the late mid nineties. Ninety six the verdict came down in ninety four. Yeah and i know that this was an event that was directly. Parodied on seinfeld. Which i think is kind of a litmus test for cultural relevance and the seinfeld version is that kramer is going to a movie theater and he's trying to smuggle in a cafe lot hey and he gospels it. Somehow it burns his leg and he's like i'm going to sue the coffee company because the coffee was too hot and like what a ridiculous thing to sue anyone for making hot coffee hot. It's supposed to be hot. Her and all of this is based on a case. Where there is this. Elderly woman named florence. Liebeck it's actually stella liebeck. Stella why do i think her name's florence. Is there a florence liebeck. I think you're thinking of florence in the coffee machine alright. Stella that's great. What a great name. Who went to mcdonald's drive-thru and she ordered a hot coffee and it spilled somehow and she got burns from the coffee and she sued mcdonalds and the way the story went was mcdonald's had given her like thirty trillion dollars. And there was this sense of lake will what next like. Why doesn't everyone sue every large corporation for a lot of money for a product behaving in a predictable way. Yeah i mean the term that you heard a lot at the time was jackpot justice. Was this idea that people are doing these completely normal things like we've all spilled coffee on ourselves and blowing them up into these like. Oh my life was never the same. After i spilled up. You know luke warm cup of coffee on myself. It's the juxtaposition between this completely. Every day normal thing that happens to everybody and the massive settlement that this woman got by suing mcdonalds and then also i feel like maybe this isn't true but my understanding was that it was because of this like whenever you get a beverage from anywhere still today. If it's hot it'll say like caution contents

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English Wins Travelers, Beating Hickok in 8-Hole Playoff

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

English Wins Travelers, Beating Hickok in 8-Hole Playoff

"Thirty one year old Harris English has won the travelers championship eventually over time twenty nine year old Texan Kramer Hickok lead with a birdie on the eighth extra hole to claim victory the two and tied in regulation play at thirteen under both splitting the seventy second hole to force a dramatic playoff which tied for the second longest in PGA tour history it was a second win for Harris this season making him the fifth multiple winner on tour this year and it took his career wins to fall I'm Graham I gots

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Good Game (MM #3741)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Good Game (MM #3741)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, my wife and I were watching one of our favorite movies, the other night for about the millionth time, Dazed and Confused and one of the scenes that I watched, again, a million times just kind of made me chuckle the other night, and it made me reflect back to my younger days. Sadly, yes. In the nineteen, seventies. And it was when Mitch Kramer the young guy with the long hair, the freshmen who was the baseball pitcher. And as above you paddled and on his way out the gates they all have to stop and shake hands with the other team. It's kind of one of those traditions. We did when we were growing up, whether in my case Major League Baseball or basketball or whatever it was, you always had to stop and shake hands at the end and say, good game shows. They're walking across the line. You kind of see it, throwing a good game, good game, good game, good game, you know, none of them want to do it. And, you know, it's supposed to be teaching them sportsmanship. But in reality. Does it really you go through the line? Nobody means that nobody cares and it means nothing, but it just kind of made me chuckle, because I did it thousands of times. Again, whether playing baseball or basketball, and those were the two sports I played. And I'm sure they did it in football too. And in soccer and well, it just kind of made me chuckle, good game.

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Good Game (MM #3741)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Good Game (MM #3741)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation, my wife and I were watching one of our favorite movies, the other night for about the millionth time, Dazed and Confused and one of the scenes that I watched, again, a million times just kind of made me chuckle the other night, and it made me reflect back to my younger days. Sadly, yes. In the nineteen, seventies. And it was when Mitch Kramer the young guy with the long hair, the freshmen who was the baseball pitcher. And as above you paddled and on his way out the gates they all have to stop and shake hands with the other team. It's kind of one of those traditions. We did when we were growing up, whether in my case Major League Baseball or basketball or whatever it was, you always had to stop and shake hands at the end and say, good game shows. They're walking across the line. You kind of see it, throwing a good game, good game, good game, good game, you know, none of them want to do it. And, you know, it's supposed to be teaching them sportsmanship. But in reality. Does it really you go through the line? Nobody means that nobody cares and it means nothing, but it just kind of made me chuckle, because I did it thousands of times. Again, whether playing baseball or basketball, and those were the two sports I played. And I'm sure they did it in football too. And in soccer and well, it just kind of made me chuckle, good game.

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Fridays (MM #3726)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Fridays (MM #3726)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I was scrolling through one of those weird TV internet apps, recently. I think it was to be if I'm not mistaken and I stumbled upon a program. I walked forty years ago was a kid. It was a sad knock off of Saturday Night, Live called Fridays. It ran on ABC and it's where we got Kramer Michael Richards for the first time. Know, I watched it as a kid back in nineteen, eighty to eighty two, I believe. So I'm watching it forty years later and kind of embarrassed, it's really horrible. The one good Saving Grace about Fridays, were the musical guests, some of my favorite bands of those times. And I guess we'll have all times bands, like, Devo, and the carbs they were on, there was some of their first performances. In fact, they had the first television performance of The Clash in America. That was incredible. Took me right back to where I was, as a young man in his late teens, early twenties, but the comedy not so much pressure. Some of it is topical and yes I did live through the Carter and Reagan Era. So I saw what was happening. I remember what was going on. It's funny going back and reliving history of forty years ago, and reminding myself. How much different I was back then as was our world

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Fridays (MM #3726)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Fridays (MM #3726)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I was scrolling through one of those weird TV internet apps, recently. I think it was to be if I'm not mistaken and I stumbled upon a program. I walked forty years ago was a kid. It was a sad knock off of Saturday Night, Live called Fridays. It ran on ABC and it's where we got Kramer Michael Richards for the first time. Know, I watched it as a kid back in nineteen, eighty to eighty two, I believe. So I'm watching it forty years later and kind of embarrassed, it's really horrible. The one good Saving Grace about Fridays, were the musical guests, some of my favorite bands of those times. And I guess we'll have all times bands, like, Devo, and the carbs they were on, there was some of their first performances. In fact, they had the first television performance of The Clash in America. That was incredible. Took me right back to where I was, as a young man in his late teens, early twenties, but the comedy not so much pressure. Some of it is topical and yes I did live through the Carter and Reagan Era. So I saw what was happening. I remember what was going on. It's funny going back and reliving history of forty years ago, and reminding myself. How much different I was back then as was our world

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Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers

Unexplained Mysteries

02:14 min | 1 year ago

Lost Women of Panama: Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers

"In two thousand fourteen twenty one year old chris kramer's and twenty two year old niece and froun leave in amersfoort netherlands. Shortly after graduating from university. The friends became roommates and co workers. They work together at a nearby cafe as they saved money to go in their dream trip a six week adventure in panama tall and athletic leeson was an experienced mountaineer an amateur photographer. She was interested in exploring panama's lush jungles and beautiful landscapes. More outgoing than li san. Chris apparently wanted to immerse herself in the local culture by meeting new and interesting people half a world away in addition to relaxing and exploring. Both young women planned to do some good during their trip. They arranged a volunteer with children at a local school during their stay on march fifteenth. Two thousand fourteen lee san and chris had bought their tickets booked their hostels and set off or boca. Del toro panama getting to their destination wasn't easy between flights and layovers their journey from amsterdam to costa rica took almost twenty hours from costa rica. They took a taxi and navigated the local bus system to get to the panamanian border. Finally they hopped aboard a ferry and sailed into boca. Del toro on march seventeenth. Though their journey was a hassle. The first two weeks of their trip felt like heaven. Boca's del toro's sat on a small island off panama's east coast surrounded by the crystal blue caribbean sea. It was paradise complete with sun sand and good company. Both lee san and. Chris kept diaries during their trip. Which is how we know about how they spent much of their time. Rather than following strict schedules the two women lingered at meals with fellow tourists and enjoyed the flow of panamanian life. Lee san wrote that they mostly spent their days learning spanish. Though it was difficult lease and felt thrilled every time she recognized a word in conversation.

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Indiana Man Sentenced to 30 Years for Child Sex Crimes

Hammer and Nigel

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Indiana Man Sentenced to 30 Years for Child Sex Crimes

"Has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for child sex crimes, the Department of Justice says in 2017. Jeffrey Cramer, who is now 51 used an online dating website to meet the child while using a fake name, Michael and saying he was a rich foreigner and would give the child millions of dollars if they produce pornography for him. For nearly a year, Kramer was able to convince the child to send him the sexually explicit material some of the

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Silicone: Should We Be Scared?

You Beauty

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Silicone: Should We Be Scared?

"Had someone damn me about a shampoo that i said. I'm going to try this out. That has silicon in it just behalf. I was like be careful. Like a scorpion. Sorry silicon let's talk about. Silicon is varying types as well so it's such a broad topic but silicon is almost like i want you to think like remember back in school when he used to contact your books yes and it was a lovely film and protected you books. That's what silicon is doing your hair. it's kind of almost like a plastic coaching. I guess when they kind of wax apple's so my personal viewpoint my hey love silicon. Same my hair is dead. So i treat it differently and your harry said to. Everyone's harry's did mine extra data in damaged. Everyone's hey on the hate is dead pertains whereas your skin is living so it's quite different. You can nourish them in different ways. What silicon dossiers goes on and it does the head but it kind of feels in the little pothole. So you've got pot holes in your hair strand and it would be nice to drive down if you were driving but still can goes in and fill in those potholes and makes the hair shaft look nice uniform and shiny and most of us wanted us shampoo and conditioner to make our hair shiny. The argument is it's not actually making your hey healthy it's making it look and feel healthy which i kind of understand because again another analogy. It's kind of like a barrier cream skin without trading it under the barry. Exactly so what you would be doing. I guess the barry kramer's you've got all your delicious nourishing serums underneath. But then you you barry cream on top so i guess the argument is it's kind of creating this karting and other stuff con gideon. That doesn't bother me so much because it's not like i'm trying to fade a live organism. I just want it to look and feel shiny and not be naughty when i'm trying to brush it when it's wit which silicon

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China sanctions US, Canadian officials over Xinjiang

Jason Kramer

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

China sanctions US, Canadian officials over Xinjiang

"Beijing is blogging to U. S officials and several Canadian parliamentarians from entering China or doing business with Chinese people. Move is retaliation for joint sanctions imposed on Chinese officials this week by the U. S and Canada along with Britain and the European Union. NPR's John Rule, which has more China is sanctioning two members of the U. S Commission on International Religious Freedom. It's also targeting a seven member Canadian parliamentary subcommittee on human rights and one other member of parliament. Last week, the United States, Canada, Britain and the U put sanctions on four people in China for human rights abuses in the Xinjiang region. China has denied the allegations. In a statement, the Foreign Ministry urged the relevant parties to quote, stop political manipulation of Xinjiang related issues and stop interfering in China's internal affairs. China already this week sanctioned several people from Britain and the

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New York's attorney general names duo to investigate Cuomo sexual harassment claims

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

New York's attorney general names duo to investigate Cuomo sexual harassment claims

"General, has appointed a former federal prosecutor and an employment lawyer to investigate accusations that Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed female aides. WCBS TV's Marsha Kramer, attorney general, It is. James chose Joon Kim, the man who replaced pre Pereira as U. S attorney in the Southern District of New York and employment discrimination lawyer and Clark. Who had a team probing allegations of sexual harassment against Governor Andrew Cuomo made by five women. In a statement, James described a pair as quote legal experts who have decades of experience. Conducting investigations and fighting to uphold the rule of law. The appointments came is New York lawmakers were privately debating whether to join calls for Cuomo to resign from office or urge patients during the investigation. In the

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More Details About Microsoft Hack Come to Light

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

More Details About Microsoft Hack Come to Light

"TV's Marsha Kramer was reporting there. Meantime, we're learning more about the latest hack of US systems by Chinese intelligence. Microsoft found out about the hack in early January. It was first identified by Reston based cyber security firm Velocity, According to cyber security expert Brian Krebs. The vulnerabilities the hackers took advantage of had existed for 10 years. It's curious. The Hack was first noticed on January 6th. The same day the entire country was focused on the Capitol riot wasn't a coincidence. The answer's unknown at this point. But what is clear is that the scope of the potential exchange server compromise depends on how quickly patches

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US advisers endorse single-shot COVID-19 vaccine from J&J

World News This Week

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

US advisers endorse single-shot COVID-19 vaccine from J&J

"A single dose vaccine from johnson and johnson entering the mix health officials say could ramp up vaccine supply and speed up the vaccination process even more. Abc's fill your bus key talked to an official with emergent bio solutions. The company making most of the j j vaccines the head of emerging bio solutions. Bob kramer isn't saying how many doses they are making but it's a game changer mainly because it's effective in just one dose and fact that it doesn't need to be frozen. I think those two attributes make it. Ideally suited for mass immunization. They say for the better part of a year. They've been reading to make hundreds of millions of doses of vaccine available to the

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"kramer" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

Real Faith Stories

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"kramer" Discussed on Real Faith Stories

"Right. Wish. We could just do it without the suffering and pain. That'd be nice. Good short short cut but you're don't seem to work that way with the Lord do they. Option so you've got this revelation that occurs in your heart and your mind. What was it that changed after you received that understanding? What did you stop doing that you were doing? It brings on just a sense of peace that you just can't get anywhere else knowing that, hey, whatever's going to happen is going to happen and crisis got this under control visit that way all the time of course not were humans and being human brings on human emotions. But when you learn to surrender everything to the Lord when you learn to be reliant on him and dependent on him, everything else kind of falls to the wayside because. If you truly believe that God is real that God loves you in that God has a plan for you. Everything else is GonNa, take care of itself. You can do your best in whatever capacity that you're called to do your best in and know that the results are taken care of, and then whether they're good results in your eyes or bad results again, somewhat irrelevant because all results are for the glory of God for his perfect in Holy Plan my bet there are people listening right now that are saying, Hey. Coach Kramer, that's great for you but it's just irresponsible to just let go and let God. What do you say to people that you might be thinking that? I think the idea of letting go and letting God can sometimes be skewed to meaning. Okay. Let's lay on the couch and do nothing but that's not at all wedding go and let God is wedding God infuse His grace upon you, and then you respond to that grace and our response to His grace is vitally important surrendering to the Lord doesn't. Just mean that you sit and do nothing loving Christ is not doing nothing love is action. Love is a verb. You know. So I think that can get misconstrued if I surrender the Lord, right depend fully on him that I make no action no not at all the action I is God's grace port upon us and then our actions secondly is our response. To that grace and when you do it that way and when you focus on it that way, then the peace comes from not worrying about the results, you can put your whole heart in your whole soul into what you believe God is calling you to do and then no matter the outcome of that you can be content with it knowing that. God's. Plan is perfectly being played out. So that sounds like the shift capital the in that when you started taking action when you felt directed to take action instead of attaching yourself to the outcome and trying to own every part of that action, you did what you felt you're supposed to do and you're like, okay, I've done what I believe I'm supposed to do. I'm GonNa live now in His grace and let him take care of the outcome. Absolutely. It wasn't that I stopped making calls or sending out resumes or anything like that..

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Right. Welcome to another podcast of wind down with Michael Costin Jana Kramer. I'm sorry Jana Kramer and Michael Qasim. We're never going to get a good entrance to the show. No PROBABLY NOT. But that's okay. How's Corentin lie? Free bed same old same old. And that's our show so we'll see how no we've been full of just this past week we've been crazy productive. We really have painting rooms Doing staff staff. We painted the The office painted the Barroom. We've painted the office. We Have Kate Flannery O. Today who is married to Dave the hit? Sitcom the office which is probably my top two. Probably my number one actually of all time. What's your second one Seinfeld? That's up there here. What's number two? That's sitcoms but then you have shows like you know what's number two probably Seinfeld. I what what's on what's teetering on three them. Curb your enthusiasm which is all. This is all like the same kind of stuff. Yeah which then you have. You know shows like the wire yet. Dexter you got game around. You got all that kind of stuff. But anyways and I'm I'm really excited. Talk to her because I know her from dancing with stars. Same Season No. She was just on his last season. Yeah but you know. I've never watched an episode of the office so I feel like this podcast should just be like. It's the Mike and kate show featuring I I don't know I just I. I love sweet girl. I feel like I need to see. I think the problem was I. Would you'd be watching it and I would just come in and see a few seconds of it and you'd be like laughing and looking go. I don't understand you gotTA unders. Yeah you gotta understand the characters stories but I but I like Love Seinfeld. I feel like you can watch Seinfeld and laugh at anything. Well the office is the same way if you have seen it before. So like comedy. Central always has the office in rotation constantly. So I could turn on that any moment. It can be any episode and know exactly what's going on and I'll laugh like I did the first time that's awesome. See maybe I 'cause I I really love. Kate and I'm excited to talk to her. Especially because I heard that she wall she was filming the office. She was a waitress still love that. I think that's so cool. I wonder if was it or was I- wanting to do a waitress in job last year. Did I dream? That definitely? Didn't tell me that miss waitressing like I would still do it right now. I would for fun. I mean if I have kids I probably would. I enjoy it. I love waitressing. Until didn't then you quit new. I love it I would do it I seriously. I think if I could. I just I don't know I. I love being able to help people and making their experience great for that. Maybe so crazy but I maybe I had a dream about that but I had a dream that I was applying somewhere for waitressing shop. I swear we're Kerr restaurant where your waitress at a good question? I've done all of them. I've done Joe's crab shack. I've done. Fridays I've done applebee's I've done Greek island. I've done you know I've literally done every but the only ones I haven't done where the real highest like the upper like the one we went to eleven park whatever part of the Mesh Shark. I don't think I would wanna do that kind of restaurant. I was just GonNa say you know I couldn't. It's too stuffy. We'll end said. Would you like your caveat? I couldn't even take your shoot from the hip too much. Where if you went to a restaurant like that next thing you know you don't get that because that's just disgusting That's how you'd be really honest when people came to the Wood. Ranch Grill in In La when I used to waitress there and by the way yes it's one by the Grove and funny story. I was dealing toilet paper before. Covert nineteen me. Indiana were so poor in my. Our Electric City went off. And we're stealing paper toilet paper from wood ranch because we didn't have enough money into violate toilet paper But then I booked prom night in an I quit but yeah anyways but no I would have to be. It would have to be a chill place like that and I wouldn't want to go back to. I didn't like being a bar girl. I hated that because I'm not the the the Bar Check. They're like here's a shot. And then the babe and then. I like throw it away anyways. Well I do feel. I have a lot of empathy for those people in that profession right now because of everything going on in that must that must really suck and I hope you know. They're able to find some work somewhere in and everything and hope people that have lost. Their jobs are able to do something to take care of themselves. And you know I've I've seldom do. I read comments or do we re comments about this podcast or anything really that we post. But I saw one recently when we're talking about the quarantine and someone was kind of going off on us about now. We're being insensitive or something about giving people crap being out and about lately are insensitive that what we were just being insensitive about people being out in public and we're like stay at home. Don't go out but just like anything. Yeah take it with a grain. It's all in context. Yeah take it with a grain of salt. We're not saying everyone should stay in their house and not leave it. All we understand people have to make a living and we are if you're in a central worker and you have to or or you have to make a little money when thousand percent like you know. We're not saying that everyone should stay home and I'm not. I'm not trying to defend what we're saying. I'm just trying to make it clear. So people put it in perspective that Yes we. We appreciate the fact that we've been blessing. We're in a fortunate situation where we can work from home And we're doing okay right now but we totally understand the grind of if you have to work you have to work if you have to make money out to make money. Yeah do what you do to provide for yourself and your family and stay safe so if you got to leave the house do it. But it's all about what we're talking about. Are Those people that we hear about are seeing? That are out in goofing around. Or maybe they don't have to be out or you know abusing the system right now because they are naive about the situation. That's all we're saying I was thinking again. Just everything's GonNa be taken into the right perspective and now I'm reading comments downloaded a month ago and could not get there even went up dude. How vapid and shallow Jaas? I'm sorry that it's like mean tweets. You know so toxic. Oh it's all it's all good. Everyone can have their opinions. Oh for sure are just is don't want people are actual fans listening to the US. If they are in that situation I didn't then to be felt like Isolated from from what saying I didn't want them to take it the incorrect way. Al Care the person who wrote the comment who gives it but yeah so people that care about the show and that we care about almost zanex Queen Mike's Agenda Thrives on chaos seriously can't even function on a daily basis unless she's medicated. What wars he freaks out whines cries and flat out has panic attacks. If she thinks the wind is blowing in the wrong direction she thrives on Zanex. I don't take xanax. So wow why ridiculous people are crazy. I know whatever it is what it is. I feel like the one people that do. Listen now are getting something out of it. T- there the train wreck you love to listen to or that's why you look at reviews almost for anything either five stars or wants to. There's very seldom are people because this is like anything right. Subjective people can have their opinion. It's I'm sure there's some episodes were people who are even shower wasn't my favorite one but hopefully the next week or the week before was great for them but most of the time. This is just like a movie. It's just like a you know music genres just like anything. You like what you like. And if it's in the middle they look people aren't GonNa or if you just listen to one episode like someone goes you know. Jan laughed at Mike for not hustling like. We're we crack on each other. You know but anyways I feel like at the end of the day. Hopefully we're helping people to with some of our situations. We we era dirty laundry to help. Other people You know although the other day though in therapy it's not great to have therapy sessions in quarantine. It's hard when you're on zooming. There's a way out. We're having therapy last week. And it was a great therapy session. Ten minutes last ten minutes and and you know it was like a therapist is like so what are ways the can connect together and how that got us into an argument shocking. But you know within those two minutes might get upset gets up and storms out and berm and therapist is like this is why I hate doing these. These kinds of sessions. Because now you're stuck in the house. And what is he coming back like? No yeah he's like. Is he going to come back now? He's done he's done and he goes. Well how is this? GonNa how is this going to resolve is like one or two things easy. They're gonNA be a whole the rest of the day and you know his chest out and whatever or apologized for being defensive in. We'll talk it out and it was the latter an house. Kinda cool super cool but yeah I was like but no peace and I'm GonNa go now and Greis came back from a walk and I even said to girlfriends up here to see they're going to be a good rest of the day today. Do they take your ass you better? Now you're like out with the kids and playing so caroline game. Yeah Ryan Scooter but Yeah all right well. Let's take a break and we'll come back in warm things up for.

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"kramer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And if you listen to Kramer but all that be ash you'd be losing money right now yeah that's why I've been in this business over forty years and when we changed we're no longer when we went into a discount brokerage when we went into technology the hand writing was although on the wall you were going to get screwed when they shifted from a guaranteed pension where the company guaranteed you when you retired you have the same lifestyle you became accustomed to retired as you were working does your call guaranteed pensions you are guaranteed that lifestyle they would have the best the brightest managing your money all they want to return to companies that you gave them good quality it was a partnership when they started to expanding we started to go global that's the first thing they got rid of the get ready you they'll charge you and then they turn around I got rid of that expensive pension because it was expensive for companies very expensive you have to get the brightest the geniuses the manager money so they came up with a con job got the four oh one K. retirement son the four oh one K. always existed with the pension fund they went hand in hand the four oh one K. started because the CEOs the guys with the big pensions they want to hide they want to be able to hide their money they want to further taxes so if they got a if a guy was CEO and with this package he got a five thousand dollar fifteen or twenty thousand dollar golf membership you don't want to pay tax on that you want to pay tax on those bonuses so so should the industry so strong they got Congress paid them off to come up with a new tax law call four oh one K. tax law where they could take their bonuses they could take all that stuff and put it in what they call a four oh one K. so they don't have to pay tax it was a tax shelter that's what it was when I got rid of all the when I got rid of their pensions because when they were going to outsource and we became all technology it was over it was over when they switched to a four oh one K. which meant you had no guarantee anymore you were responsible for your own pension you had to make those decisions when to buy when to sell what company but you're too busy to do that how do you have no knowledge so they started a nother crime group in other crime group call themselves planners money managers they were going to take your money and boy they're going to take care of for you they were going to make you rich they're going to make it up to you you're coming just as well off with them as a pension a guaranteed pension didn't work out that way because they decided they could really screw you with fees twenty seven hidden fees they would lie you and tell you the average return in a four oh one K. would be between five and seven percent which is the biggest lie in the world's because they never told you about the twenty seven hidden fees.

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"kramer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Kramer Hillary Kramer and I'm so glad that you're with me because what we have are amazing stock opportunities companies that you want to be invested in that can make you a millionaire if it if you don't have any money invested right now just start you can start with any discounted brokerage firm let me tell you there's no charge for commission anymore you can buy two shares five shares ten shares but get started and pretend it's like you're collecting think of it as collecting maybe you collect old cars or trains or jewelry or whatever it is that you collect be a collector of great stocks miglior collector of a you're really what you are is an owner of a lot of great companies so why keep continuing to receive a wonderful questions that I need to get in and get the get to an answer please continue to send them just send them to radio and Hillary Kramer dot com and we will either get to them on the radio either have you tell us or will read them and I want to get to some right now so James hit us with the first one all right we got the node in Milpitas California and he says adobe had great got a great earnings quarter this week the stock jumped how much higher can adobe go also he wanted to say that he didn't you didn't seem so bullish on apple can you please tell me why okay very interesting so first let me talk let me talk to adobe I do will be are used to have software that you would buy and you install wanted Toby has done over the years is they've gone to a subscription methodology where it it if you want photo shop you pay a certain monthly fee for photo shop and that is actually there was there was some resistance but it's done very well for adobe a deal be is very important company because they have they their software their ability to help those who are online create promote develop is just really outstanding and that's why no one else has come along and been able to in any way threaten them I mean you know you have the acrobat right I already explained photo in Photoshop everyone knows it's still the standard so they have this whole creative cloud business that combines that all of these together I would be a buyer of adobe here definitely jump in and buy adobe even to remember the rule of thumb just because a stock is at a fifty two week high doesn't mean that it's not going to continue to make new highs so what take a look at adobe and I think you should buy James what do you think now you use adobe I think correct right you can use adobe audition which is that we record the show like any other show most radio stations use adobe and then there's premiere which I know a lot of a lot of beginners used to start using video wow okay so so that's why be an ideal be makes sense don't worry about it being expensive this is one that's only going to get better and better okay now his second question was on apple right which is what we know to want to know what he said and I'm quoting him here he said you didn't seem so bullish on apple can you please tell me why okay I will give you my perspective and perhaps you have a different one my perspective is that I am watching the the millennials who are buying Microsoft laptops and who have said I don't want a laptop from apple I don't wanna mac because it that it breaks it breaks there's always something wrong they're always going back with it and they're really upset about the quality control yeah of course this is a smaller sample group that I'm talking about in the mean time my friends who are on Sam song hand held devices love it they love the camera they love the ease at which at which it works the only problem is it's not compatible to be on facetime for example but they're really really happy and up for those of us on iPhones you know I I keep swiping in swiping and endive feel like something just cleaning the screen because I'm swiping it's not getting me anywhere James what do you think on apple all I use gal I have a galaxy phone so I never used apple products my brother is a huge fan I think it's pretty fifty fifty but I also think that with apple products you had with an apple laptop any apple products with Microsoft you can use anything and I think that's the big difference so you're not you're not forced into this walled garden where you must be capped you know and and look at the end of the day apple is a hardware company and when a company is a hardware company whether you're weighing just remember weighing eventually you cycle op you cycle down and someone else is going to come along and replace you I know that the apples tried to become a service oriented software company but it's hardware for right now okay to have time for another question because I know we have so many good question will go with hal from Charleston South Carolina he said I bought stock and uber and lift what should be my next move dump it question mark I would sell I would sell the stock because there are a there might be a merger between Hooper left other than they would be F. T. C. issues around that but it's going to be of real it's going to come very problematic there are number of competitors outside of the United States that are creating a stop gap for what was considered you know growth you know indefinite growth that was supposed to take place with both uber and left but when you have these other countries that have come in with their own version of uber and left and I haven't done a joint venture with bring left that's a problem look here a lot of great companies out there just when uber and left went public you could buy chewy chewy dot com online ordering of dog and cat and monkey and durable and lizard food and that stock keeps going up this is Hillary Kramer the millionaire maker keep the questions coming and we will be right back and and there is so much shinier healthier posture he has really mellowed a lot she is a hundred and five ligne pounds of shiny smooth happy dog for life the setting is.

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KCRW

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on KCRW

"You know Hey Alex Alex our producer I saw the toy dolls in the the palladium back in eighty six ma'am that was a long time ago they did this song Millie the elephant if you don't know the toy dolls you got a look that one of those doctor Demento tracks they're from the UK. the voice man still the voice toy dolls are absolutely awesome take you back to a. was the eighties yeah eighties Millie the elephant no eleven and then then answered are we gonna get back to music the drive Millie the elephant. he Jason Kramer see his son or Twitter or Instagram and what is it okay Sir to be current right. hi this is Brian and this is Nikki from silver.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"An American even better on the top inside of this heart-shaped balk. Yeah. There's a mural of a bearded man muscular man with no shirt on wearing jeans shorts barefoot writing a bowl with brass knuckles about the punt a grizzly bear. So with an American Eagle flying in the background if it okay? More mainly in that. I don't know it does. So man creates get him one. He'll love it. All right, Mark. Can you read couples who far? Yeah. This a light in the mood. I think from Haley this is an Email sent to Janet Kramer at iheartmedia dot com. What are your thoughts on couples who don't fart in front of each other or talk about their bathroom time? I think that it's weird. Our friends are getting married and her soon to be husband has never farted in front of her. He's never he never has. I get trying to keep some mystery and trying to impress the other person but going through life and always holding your farts and not ever truly relaxing sounds not. So fun has tie far. What you've never fired for anti. Okay. Let me tell you something. Really funny. No. I mean, he's had a little slip ups, but I just like die laughing. And then like we don't like I can't focus on anything for the rest of the day. But literally four years in four years, and we're in New York every time I had to go to the bathroom or do anything. I was running downstairs to Starbucks. He literally thought I was having an affair because I was like other back, and I was going. I was like not happening. I've never been. I never written a public restroom. I was in fact, it was doing loops. I'm running like a. What are you serious? You've never farted in front of him or took a poopie in the bathroom. Well, things are getting complicated. Now, we live together. Those people as well. I heard you fart. No, wow. No armin. Don't let Gina fool you. It's it's you and far between with her. She's like the other day. She barks me. No, no. She's seeing right behind me at the desk. I turned. She was holding jas J. Keo to be silent. First time, I farted in front of you. Hotel. Who knows what city? I was. I think Texas. Yeah. And she far same thing. She be silent is a first time. I heard it when we started dating I had it on camera and videoed video. She was like hiding herself in a corner. He the way he looked at me. I was just like. Red head in the corner outta roommate in college who literally that was their thing. They would sit on top of each other and part on each other that was not happening. Now this guy, I mean, he farts all the time. Now this thing that's like for guy at least for Mia when you get to that point of in a relationship. It's so like. I'm the I made it and thinking about dating all over again, if you think about dating ever games, I gotta go through the whole process. I don't think like get to the point where can fart in front of her. I mean, if I farted in front of you all the time. I mean, wouldn't you? Sexy. You know what? That would be gross like we have to. Sometimes I I wish that you wouldn't fart as much because I'm like don't you want me to be attracted to you walk in. You know, I I'm crazy all farts and on my marriage have been accidental on both sides. Yeah. But never on purpose because I wanna be sexy. I think it's embarrassing for the person like I'll laugh at tile down the walls. But like, I know he's like, ooh. What's funny right now is that Jolyon the word fart? So I was changing her in the middle of the night the other night. Not took her diaper off put another one on. So she was naked from the waist down. And she didn't. She has. Oops. I part. The ET AD I fart and so. In front of her. Say that. So have one more Email that it's fascinating is when takes him real turns that I did not expect like a ride Lindsay says I've been married to my husband for six years, and we have a five and a half year old daughter..

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"kramer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on KCRW

"All right, folks. We're out of here have a wonderful weekend. Go Rams once again as we keep saying 'cause that's. The fan base here for tonight's show. Is you're listening to members supported KCRW Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Katie or w Santa Barbara case are India Palm Springs keister, you Oxnard Ventura and kiss your y Mohave we are a community service to Santa Monica college for more of southern California. Big thanks to feel for being tonight's producer on the big show. Thanks to all the bands that let me play their music. They had a choice. They don't. But we do it anyways. Right. All right named Jason Kramer, see next week. Hit us on our Twitter at KCRW Kramer's goes for Instagram. That's about it. Be safe out there. Jerod Windsor on the next morning edition,.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"You see you have to eat this and do this, and that leads to this restrictive life that is so miserable and causes so much more stress in an already really stressful process. So, you know, doing things that kind of can get us through and knowing that like, you might need to lean on the people around you and reaching out when you need help and finding some like knowing that it is because it's going to be stressful like finding that kind of support network, whatever it is for you. And maybe that's not a person maybe that's writing in a journal. But something that kind of can get you through the process. So. I guess. I I it's just so hard because I just I feel I mean, sometimes I feel guilty. Because you know, now, we have the people are always asked me, you know, how do you stay positive and in the moment, and I say to them try to say positive, but in the moment, I couldn't even stay positive because you don't know what the outcome is going to be now, I can look at the outcome. Be like, oh now we have two beautiful kids. So I guess I I know what you're trying to say is you're trying to say to stay centered. But it's just so hard when it really hurt you want that family, and then you want to be hopeful. Right. Like, you don't wanna be a pessimist going in the into it. And yet at the same time like the hopeful is so scary because it leaves you so vulnerable, and you're just kind of open to that fact that is just not going to work. And I think you know, depending on how old you are. And what the circumstances are sometimes the chance that it's going to work as a low. And so how do you kind of manage kind of going through this entire process without just being like emotionally crushed at the end. I I don't really know. Anyway, they're kind of really mitigate that and kind of keep that from happening. Prepare you for that roller coaster physically and emotionally until you go through. And knowing that I think is nuts actually, huge is that there are so many ups and downs of like, oh, you're so happy because you have this many eggs in like, oh, you're devastated. The next day because the fertilization is poor. And then they call you the next day, and they say oh embryos are developing. And then oh. Normal. It's like the obstinate downs. And that's in downs. That's really, you know, it's it's draining situation. So we actually got the baseball children Gina became pregnant naturally for both news times. It was one month after a failed IVF cycle is that common from your experience. It ha- having all the time. And you know, we don't think that it's like it has actually anything to do with IBS because like the IDS process doesn't really do anything to kind of change. What's going to happen in the next cycle? But we see it all the time. I'm taking the progesterone and things he my system gone. Like, why don't you stop faking it it's gone in that affect doesn't kind of carry over to the next month? And I did get pregnant though each time. Yeah. New I mean, like with with IBS, so maybe CG in my system. Then you have to start you on your next cycle. Like, you won't get your period until all that. It's like kind of all those hormones like kind of washed out of your body but tiny that your period. I was I mean, it's probably yes. Is it common that like it would happen so closely to both IBM cycles and the answer is obviously. No. But we see it all the time. I mean, literally just takes one good thing. One good sperm. You know, interesting. Yeah. All right. Well, so we're gonna have our listeners right in see you guys right in Jana, Kramer, iheartmedia dot com, and then Dr Kristen Bendix in you're going to answer the question so excited to have you back on. And we just really we hope you guys emailing again, Jana Kramer, iheartmedia dot com,.

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"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

Whine Down with Jana Kramer

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer

"Wind down with Janet Kramer. Did I heart radio podcasts? Sometimes you guys might wonder what we talk about before podcast. Lemme just I said you guys stop talking and record this right now. So what we just started talking about is we came into the studio and there are sleepnumber pillows. And for me, I don't like the fact that Mike has to sleep with about ten pillows because when I make the bed in the morning, where do I put those pills when you make the bed in the morning? Wait a second. I'm sorry. Okay. Yes. You do make the bed a lot. But you don't you. But you don't when I make the bed. I make sure that it's pretty and the have the nice practically make the bed. Yeah. But that's pillows that are never used. But that looks better. So yes, you do come in your room on a daily basis that some I like Munich? It's I I'm saying I like to make the battle really nice like how the designers have the bed made. And when I do that, which again is rare. But I like to do that. But I would do it more. If I didn't have six five six pills to have to work with newer side of the bed because we're do I put those then it put him in your class. And then there's not room in the closet and it's just frustrating because then you have to pull your pillows out of the closet. So I don't so I see these boxes here with pillows. And then you and Mark started talking about we'll eastern only sleeps one pill. He's like a he's he's a vampire that stands straight up. Right. Yeah. The this is the pillow talk. We have. When Philo each we're going minimal that was my wife's decision. And then Mark said that he has to have pillows all the way down his leg. So I mean is it big body especially made pillow for your knees? So clearly, I'm not the only person who has Mike has. But also, they have a special one made for your knees. It's interesting. Where ankles I think they take care of themselves. I put blankets between my ankles. Stop. I don't like kind of wraparound don't like my skin, the touch my own skin. And the funny story is that I've been that way forever. And I mentioned it to my sister. She's the exact same way. He has a special thing she wears between her boobs boobs zone touch when she's side. She's gonna love you for. Oh my gosh. Do you like one you like one to keep you propped up? Right. No, all I know is that when we go to bed. Let me just say this. He makes a fort pillow. So that I don't see the light from his ipad because he plays games or. Yes. To go to bed. Thank you up. Right. But then I look over to try to cuddle with you. And I have to fight through a fort pillow. Thirty you on your side of the bed. I'm like it's too much effort to go strategically place. You don't wake me up? But what do you like to do with your pillow? See I'm the same way as Mark. But I have to hold one and I to have one between my legs, but I don't like body pillows because it's like having another person cuddling it just makes me hot. So that's what I don't understand. That's why I wanted to talk about this on air because as that's why I said press record because if you like to cuddle with the pillow, what's the difference between me cuddling with you? What you don't like? So hot. Yes. I know your body you're cold as ice. I don't get proper blood flow to your extremities, but I'm like human blanket. So anything I'm up against as usually hot, which doesn't make sense in while you're holding a pillow because when the pillows breeds human body. But what is it though, is it the comfort of holding something? This is your mind to like comfort to hold me. No cause too hot. No at folks. Could it be stuffed animal? Could it be like a teddy bear? Sure. Big and company and big comfy. You're if I rat myself an ice chest that could work, you know, Evie good. Well, all I know is it now I'm going to have twenty pillows..

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"kramer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"kramer" Discussed on KCRW

"Twenty nineteen weird to track called doorman that came out last year also said from is coming out with a new album March Kurt track with chronics, titled grace. So check it out you can find maverick on a lot of. Featured artists seems to be he's popping up here and there so I have a feeling new EP or new flautam is going to be bang and be good coming up Milford Yana. She's going to be playing. Where's that? Where at each hotel. Okay. That's going to be cool greets project also self esteem coming up, so stay tuned for that here in the show a little something from an artist kind of digging that just recently found called Terry Walker. Followed up with a few other tracks here on the show named Jason Kramer. This is KCRW. Nicotine. My patients make me let him. Get the. Don't you? Take your. This is baked on. Don't do the..

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