35 Burst results for "Lauderdale"
O.S. Hawkins on the Astonishing Innovations Coming Out of Israel
"Were a preacher at first baptist in Dallas, for how many years? I was there four or 5 years, and I was at first Babbage Fort Lauderdale, 15 years before that. Well, you've preached a little bit in your lifetime. And you still do a lot of preaching. Because, I mean, I would say anybody who is very serious about their faith is not surprised. I mean, I'm speaking as Christian that crazy technologies are coming out of Israel. In other words, we kind of see it as a prophetic fulfillment. Absolutely. That, because right now, we're talking about one product. But every time I turn around, I'm hearing about crazy innovation, things that are, you know, they feel like I don't want to say miraculous, but I'm saying they definitely feel like astonishing. You say this is not just an incremental. This is a big deal thing. And so that's why, in a way, when I hear this, I'm sort of not surprised. I kind of feel like it's a fulfillment of biblical prophecy. There's a man sitting to your left, right, named Elon sobel, right? And he's involved in this, is he not? He's become a dear friend of mine. Elon is the CEO of vinia. He's used to had a great career with Coca-Cola all over the world. And I've gotten to know and grow to know and to love him. Do you think you think we could possibly lure him into the conversation? I think he knows a lot more about it. I'm listening to you. I'm serious when I say that people are always looking for solutions to any kind of a problem. But I'm always curious, how did it happen in your life? Who were you that brought you to this discovery to do the, you know, because not all patents are equal. This is kind of a big deal. So how did it how was your life structured that you found this answer? That's a great question, Eric. And in Hebrew, we say that when things are meant to be, we say it's min Hashemi. This means mean from the sky from God. And I really feel that the privilege that I have to be the CEO of Baja sciences, who are the makers and hold all the technology for this veneer product. This really was from the skies,
"lauderdale" Discussed on The Corner
"Watch the show. But a lot of the talent is on Dark Side of the Ring. They're not here anymore. Nick is here. When did you get contact? When did you guys get content about this? Did he have any apprehensions about doing it originally? Yes. It was a process to talk him into it every step of the way. He is like his mindset for most of his career has been, you know, kayfabe. You know, we're not going to talk about this or that on camera. I'm not going to do this interview. Like, every interview he ever did was always in character. You know? So getting him to, I mean, he said no, several times. I advice went through me to get him. And so like, you know, I'm talking to him and they're saying, is he good? Are we going to do it? He's saying, fuck, no. And I kept telling them. I was like, yep, he's good. We're good. What are we doing it? So I knew I had like, all right. I got like three weeks to convince this guy, 'cause they're coming to New Jersey. So solely like I started to get more people on board to break it down to him. Like, this is going to change your life. You know, you have to do this. Good, bad and ugly. There's obviously, you know, your whole story is not glorious, but here we are. Look, there's going to be a payoff here at the end. And yeah, I mean, finally, he agreed to do it. And what did you say to get him to agree? What was the tipping point? I mean, I don't think there was any one thing I said. It was just being relentless with him and telling him like, even when he would say no, all right, well, we're filming in September, so. Right. I don't know why you're going to need or whatever, but they're coming in September. So damn, yeah. And then you go from that moment with Nick to then I think you guys are in Vegas right after that show. And Moxley shows up. This note, this was one week before Jersey, one week before, oh wait, no. I don't know. You might be right. Yeah. Between the Vegas and the Jericho thing was one week before Matt cardona. Yeah, I remember the timing with mox. But yeah, sure. Yeah, yeah. I think cardona's, yeah, when they start going. So main event. Out here. Yes. And then Moxley shows up after and they have this stare down. Yes. And that's the tease. And I think it takes like a year for the match to come from where she was 6 months old. Slow build that match, one thing we don't see a lot in Indies per se is like the storylines and the slow builds and what you did there with those two, what you've done with cardona, you just mentioned, and I mean, the cardona stuff. Fuck incredible. Pelting him with shade in the ring. Yeah. So how much of that do you take pride in? As does being your company because a lot of people are just like, oh, we're just going to throw these two people together and match and that's all right, people will pay and all this stuff. But you guys are different. Yeah. I mean, of course they take great pride in that and I'm proud of those moments. And I mean, those are moments that are going to live forever, you know? And those are the moments that you kill for. You know, they're part of our identity and part of our history and part of our legacy, you know? And those are moments that they stand the test of time and you can always show people, but yes, storylines and storytelling and Indies is also challenging. You know, I don't have anybody under contract. So, you know, especially when working with bigger names, you know, you say, oh, let's build this story over the next 5 or 6 months. It's a good idea, and it sounds easy, but you don't know if this guy isn't going to be here in two months, three months, four months, and you try to invest all this time, and then maybe somebody's gone. I mean, did you hear who is going back to WWE today? No, we have not here. Jeff Jarrett has been rehired. Jesus. He's going to be running the entire live events. He's just a great people with guitars. Well, I mean, we just released a whole new video. And obviously, you know, it's pretty obvious. We had a rematch lined up. Right. So I don't know. I haven't even talked to him since then. So I don't know if it's going to happen or not, but those are the things that can happen, you know? But I mean, we try our best, you know? We do try our best to maintain storylines from top to bottom. Did you go to actually a democracy come to you? A little bit of both. There was intermediaries involved too. You know, he was, you know, moxie is a different kind of guy. Clearly, you know? But the one thing about Moxley is he never really changed who he was. And I know I've known Moxley for almost 15 years. So I think that helped and that he's, you know, a little familiar with me and he, of course, Nick he knew very well. And I think, you know, I don't want to say he was bored in AEW, but he wanted to do different stuff that he couldn't do in AEW. That's matches and indie stuff. That stuff's fun for him too. He likes being in that raw environment. And if he's going to go anywhere, why not start with us, you know? Somewhere where he knows he can be comfortable and kind of do his thing. So we know Moxley is a maniac. We didn't know Matt cardona doesn't mean how does this all come to fruition because you know mount Matt cardona is a guy. Did you know him previously to nope? So does he present this whole idea to you? Did you guys, how did you hash this out? And he becomes like the biggest heel ever. This was another instance where there was intermediaries, mutual.
"lauderdale" Discussed on The Corner
"So, you know, of course it means a lot to me to see him be successful and have get his flowers, as you said, and. I've always believed that it could happen and that it would happen that he just needed to, you know, focus, believe in himself, you know, which is I'll tell you one thing that's crazy about Nick Gage and maybe I'm breaking kayfabe here, but I think, you know, the hardest person it is to convince that Nick Gage is a star is Nick Gage himself. You know, so many of my talks with him over the years has been Nick. You can do this. You need to be ready. Your opportunity is going to come. You know, it's one of these big guys is going to come and they're going to want to do business with you. So you need to be ready. And for years, it was just. They're not going to want to do anything with me, you know? Who am I, you know? No, Nick. There are people around the world. There are fans around the world and around this country that worship you that look up to you, you know? And even when he sees it, even when they tell him it's like, it's sometimes it's hard. I'll be standing next to him. And somebody have come up to him and say, thank you, Nick. You know, you inspire me or when my toughest times, you know, I look to you and seeing what you were able to do that motivated me, you know? And they'll come up and they'll say, and they'll walk away and I say see, Nick, there's thousands of these people out there. And it's, you know, I think finally only recently, it's finally started to get through to him that, you know, he can make, he can go, he can make a difference in people's life beyond wrestling. You know, I really think he could, you know, I don't think that his career or relevance is over when he wrestles his last match. I think that there are things he could do. That story's timeless. Yeah. And any profession in any career, like everyone knows someone who goes through that journey, yeah. And then, I mean, again, I've seen so many ups and downs with Nick since I first met him. So many times when he was on the brink of breaking through and becoming a star and then something will happen and it's like here we go again and then are we ever going to recover from this and then slowly we start to go back up and, you know, so yeah, it's great. You know, I was there. I was in the building in Charlotte when he wrestled Jericho. And I was sitting up in the stands, you know? And it was like so surreal to me. And I was so nervous. Definitely more nervous than he was. I was probably the most nervous person. I had during the show, even before his match. I had to get up and walk around like the concourse and try to hide. Because, you know, people just wanted to people recognize me and yeah, let's go. GCW MDK. And I had to like kind of get away because I was so so nervous. I finally came back and then when he came out, I was like, oh shit, here we go. And he's coming down to the ring. You know, of course, like, you know, you don't, who knows how it's gonna go, you know? I mean, this guy's never wrestled on TV before, much less live television against Chris Jericho in the main event. And you know, I watched him getting in the ring and the match starts. And I swear, I mean, I was in awe the whole match. You know, I was waiting for, you know, something to go, maybe a little off the rows, but that match went perfect. I watched him, and it felt like I was watching somebody who's been on TV for 20 years, like somebody who was a veteran, like this guy's been doing TV. He's been on Monday Night Raw for the last ten years. He, every movement in that match, every move, every sequence, he looked like a polished veteran who belonged, and that spot. And as you know, again, you know, we're two minutes in, three minutes, 5 minutes in, right to the finish. I'm just in awe, you know, my heart was beating like holy shit. You fucking did it, dude. You fucking did it, you know? Did he take it? I mean, how do you take, again, you tell him? You did it. How did he feel about the match when he was done? I mean, I saw him afterwards and yeah, I think he was proud. I think he was definitely proud. For sure. You know, I think also, you know, he's trying to play it off like, of course. But, I mean, I know I had people I had people calling me and texting me that afternoon from the locker room saying he looks nervous, you know? But, I mean, that was it. That was like the culmination. This is do or die, and he did it, you know? He loses through the Dark Side of the Ring episode. I mean, that was a whole nother level, because there's a lot of people who hadn't seen it before. But the story is what hooked people in. Dark Side of the Ring is one of those shows that people who don't watch.
"lauderdale" Discussed on The Corner
"Look, it's the background. It's the TV. I love the fact that it looks like I love like a powerhouse wrestler who's also a drunk. So I can't knock that. The cards, the cards were in his favor. I like it. I got to play with more of this game. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And the loser tried to channel a little bit of a he may not be named. So in the character, very gracefully. Well, we do, but we are running up against the clock. All right, but you know what we're going to do? No, no, no, you know what we're going to do. Here's the deal. It's just going to have to make Denise come back here. The next time when money in the bank is here, and so we'll have a month to prepare. There's going to be a lot of problems. It's going to be vignettes. There's going to be cause the master. There's going to be, there's going to be a lot. I'm just going to go out into the wilderness and do my regal. He's a man's man promo. I'm ready to go. So we're going to hold it off until then. But the most anticipated match up in a month. All right, we're going to start building it already. Already. It's already being built. Right now. We're going to sell out Allegiant Stadium. Well, you know, you know what? At least at least at least someone's doing it that weekend. We got it. Oh my gosh. Producer Cole bay bay. And Denise salcedo. Live. An allegiant. It's happening. The venue's open. All right, kale, take us home, man. Oh man, we appreciate everyone for joining us today. You listen to pod, don't go anywhere. More great interviews after this ton of people rolling through blue wire studios here at the wind resort in Vegas. If you're watching on YouTube, thank you so much. Thank you, Denise, for stopping by your crazy busy schedule, your story is so inspirational and needs to be told, we appreciate you. You would have done better in both Andreas and I at this game. So I'm glad you didn't play because you were the one fairly easily if you would have been in on this. Jeez, thanks, Kel. I mean, you know, I gotta ask to grind with you, Cole. You took my D.C.. You got a point. And then cut a promo on me about my own secret. Yeah, I don't like you. I wish you'd lose out everything. You write back. All right, everybody, we're back. I promised you more guests. Tons of people coming through blue eyes studios here in Vegas. Now, the man behind GCW for my money, the hottest promotion and pro wrestling. And I say this honestly. We enjoy it. We go to every show every time we're in the weekends. Friend Lauderdale joining us today. Thank you, busy weekend. I'm here in Vegas. Yep, there's a lot going on. And I'm excited to be here and my whole team is excited to be here. Thank you guys for having me here. I am very impressed with the setup. Thank you. Thank you. Rich. Yeah, 'cause this is a little ritzy. Not coming for you. So thanks. I'm looking at like four hard cams right in front of me. Yes. Yes, man. We're trying to get to your level. We need to get out of here. I borrow these. We appreciate it. I mean, we've seen you throughout the years here in Vegas. So you guys are no strangers to Vegas. Do you see W we love the shows here? First ever deathmatch I saw was here. They had a couple of years ago when you guys ran it. You've now been all over the city, different venues. And it seems like everyone, your fan base travels. Now from city to city, what when did you know like, okay, we're really taking it to the next level. Because you guys have been around for so long now. I mean, I think that the real turning point in terms of us becoming like an indie, independent wrestling powerhouse and going beyond the traditional scope that the traditional what an independent wrestling company is was probably spring break too in New Orleans in 2018. When we were still working with Gabe and Sal, as part of their what is it? What was their thing called? More than mania or whatever. Their version of the collective. And we were amongst heavy hitters that weekend. We were amongst two evolve shows and then two progress shows. And at the time, you remember progress. You can only end when you came here. And we sold the most tickets of everybody that entire weekend. And we had an art show was a midnight show. And we blew away progress and evolve, and we blew away high the WrestleTalk super show, which is always a huge show every year, you know? And we blew them away. We had the biggest crowd of the weekend, and that's when it became apparent that not only are we on to something, but this could be like a long-term thing, and we can run with this now. It was interesting because Mike Webber, over a fight, we had a conversation years ago. I think that's when I first was introduced to you. I think it was 2019. A three years ago.
"lauderdale" Discussed on The Corner
"We're in bloom is at Bloomington, Minnesota. The wrestlers are fighting in a mall opening. They must promote the stores in the mall. During the promo. All right. So think of your favorite food court places for the stores in the mall. Think about your favorite food court places. Think about all the lovely places. Here at the win, Las Vegas. It's the mall. In Bloomington is the city. Yes. There we go. We've got a little bell ring. And now, all right. Andreas. For your promo, the speaker must boast about the amount of alcohol they can consume. Oh, wow. In one sitting. I gotcha. Damn, I wish. That's why normal gimmick. And let's see, because I want to find a good one for you. Where are we again? Bloomington Bloomington. Iowa, Minnesota. Minnesota. Just put your geography. Kelly, Kelly, you're going to have to geography. You're going to have to boast about the multiple wrestlers that you have trained. Your gang of mobsters. Gotcha. Nice. All right. Who wants to go first? And once again, you are graceful. Grace will mobster who has to talk about the stores in the mall. Yeah, talk about the stories. I think you should rock-paper-scissors to see who's going to go for it. I like it. Ready? Rock, paper, scissors, shoot. Shoot. All right. All right, good. Make it sure. Yeah. Rock, paper. Okay, rock, paper, scissors, shoot. All right, so me. Yeah. All right, Andrea. I'll give you some time. Are you sure? I don't need to. You don't need you're ready. Let's just go. All right, your camera will be that one. I'm going to give you, I'm going to give you 45 seconds. Further? Yes. And we want to go. All right. You can proceed with your promo in three, two, one, go. Graceful. We're in Bloomington and with iron monster. When Charlotte russe, we go to forever 21. I'm gonna beat that ass while our guns of course likes. Vodka. Vodka cranberry. It's not gonna be graceful as I beat your ass through the food You think you're graceful until you drink schlitz. Thunderbird.
"lauderdale" Discussed on The Corner
"All right, so now, this is an argument that I've had. And I've gone back and forth on it. Uh huh. Yeah. I'm gonna go with Bret Hart. The table is even. I mean, obviously I've been hurting. Yes, yes. So the answer is the question is heard in my back. So I will tell you, you would ask me this question a couple of years ago, I would have said Shawn Michaels. Because I love Shawn Michaels and I'm such a big fan of Shawn Michaels and I respect and he brings such a level of excitement to wrestling that is, you know, not everybody can bring to the table and for the longest time I would have answered Shawn Michaels. Things started to change. When I started to go back and rewatch Bret Hart's work and not just that, it's more so of his knowledge of the business and wrestling that it's so hard not to respect and fall in love with that. Everybody always say like Bret Hart's always right. And in my podcast, if you tune in, there's a big flag for Bret Hart there. And I have it there because I'm like, he's the smartest person in wrestling. So he's like number one for a lot of people. And so I want to have number one there to have bring me good luck. Bring me good vibes. And so definitely, I would say Bret Hart. See, listen, Brett's the best person. He's the better person. Yeah, of course he is. He's not the best. But I do not. But yet they're one a one B. Yeah. I mean, for me, the question boils down to, it kind of dictates what you like out of your pro wrestling. Depending on how you answer that question. Kelso flips you. I love the flippy show. I love the flippy shit too liberty dip. The flippity DPD is Kenny king called it yesterday. But with Brett, I think for a lot of us, we appreciate the technical aspects of what Brett brought to the table. As an artist, right? It wasn't always flipped. That psychology was so important to Brett. The ability to make other people look good. And I think there's it's weird 'cause like, you see Dax, you see like CM Punk, you see them phrase Bret Hart and then you see how they work and their work is always to make somebody else look better. So it's not always indicative of the type of person you are, but I like to hear the reasons why people bring that up. What's the greatest WrestleMania of all time? Oh, so in terms of like the card or in terms of my experience. We'll do the cards first and we'll do your experience. I feel like for me it has to be WrestleMania 17 'cause that was the first WrestleMania that I watched live in person and there was just one of the few WrestleManias that I remember I had the VHS and I would go back and rewatch it multiple times, but in terms of like my favorite WrestleMania and it's not because of the card, but it's WrestleMania a 35 in New York because I got proposed to that night. So it has like a special mess. That'll do it. That's fair. That's fair. You win. Right. So it's hard to answer. I feel like I'm saying WrestleMania 17, but I'm like damn, it's such a special moment happen to me at WrestleMania 35 that it's like, how can I diss it? I can't distant, but recipe is 17 as a special place in my heart because I feel when you go back and I think about some of my earliest wrestling memories, I go, I remember just like watching that WrestleMania over and over again. And then wrestling at 21 was the first WrestleMania ever attended. So that one just okay. We were there together. Yes, 21. Yes. And so that would also have a special place in my heart just 'cause it was the first one I went to. Okay, one more, I'm gonna ask a few questions. By the way, WrestleMania 35, my honeymoon. That's right. That was your host after wedding mania. Wedding mania. Let's see. Your three favorite wrestlers. They don't have to be the best, your favorites. All right. Number one, Chris Jericho, because he is the person that made me fall in love with wrestling. He's the person that I just I gravitated towards. Number two, CM Punk because in my teenage years, he was the person that made me fall in love with independent wrestling. He was the guy that I discovered in the, from my experience, I discovered him in the Indies, and that's where I started to have this appreciation for independent wrestling. So I was very, very devoted to him for all those years. And then, third, because I think that he is just the greatest, it is Kurt Angle. Because Kurt Angle is just, my God. I don't know how to describe Kurt Angle. Wait, wait, wait, so WWE Kurt Angle? Impacts Kurt Angle. Perfect. That man was a legend. I don't see enough people to appreciate that maniac and the matches that he had. Right? My God. Yeah. And then, I mean, there's just so many other people's, you know, we already talked about Brett A.J. Styles as somebody that has to go up there. Brian Danielson is another person. You know, I got to see him in PWG back in the day..
"lauderdale" Discussed on The Corner
"For those who are questioning that before, but you have those little critiques, right? And then I see this a lot on the Internet for women in the industry. How tough is it for you to kind of like block that out? Like when you have people, even if they're not in DMs, if it's just on your Twitter timeline, or someone today, I think Renee posted something. And they posted something completely fucking random about Renee. Like they had nothing to do with the threat of the conversation. They were just like, I forgot what it was. I felt like put them on blast, but I want to give people like that a platform. But it might have been something with like, oh, Renee, I don't know, short hasn't lost that baby weight yet, or some stupid. This is like, what? Why? For what? What does that have to do with a podcast? It makes no sense, right? So there's those little critiques that are outside of DMs. They're just sometimes nameless faceless people on Twitter. They have this stupid habit of a cartoon character or something. How do you block those out? And really go about not letting those people have credence into what. So if you've been on my Twitter page, you've seen that I tend to draw a lot of Twitter drama. And I always thought, I remember when I started to get a little bit more popular as Sean tomi, he's like, man, you're going to get a lot of crap. Just be ready. You're going to get a lot of crap, and I'm like, yeah, no, I'm like, if you're unproblematic, you'll be fine, right? Oh, I was so wrong. It doesn't matter. People will come at you. It doesn't matter if you consider yourself unproblematic if you don't button. People will come in and directly attack you. There's times where I don't even know like I'll post something and then the next morning I'll wake up and all of a sudden it's like, oh, this person is going on a fool of vengeance against you. And I'm like, I don't even know this person. I don't even know who this is or why they're coming after me. And so there's two things now. I'm very selective with who I respond to. I ignore everybody. But there's times where lessons need to be learned. So I will make sure to defend myself when I feel I need to. And the end, this is where things come into play where you can, I remember the first time I defended myself on Twitter. I feel like I didn't do it in a proper way. I feel like I did it in too much of a, oh my God, you did this to me sort of thing. Well, I learned to play the game like a dude. That's the thing. You gotta play this, I could do it when you got dudes coming at you. You gotta burn dudes the way another dude would burn them. So I've gotten really good at making sure that if you come at me, I'm gonna come back at you with these snarky, meanest response ever. And that sounds really bad, but you gotta if you got people coming out here and attacking you. And they're trying to ruin your character, you need to make sure you gotta, you gotta bring, you gotta bring your best. You gotta make sure that they don't bury you. Like you gotta protect yourself. You gotta protect your reputation. And I forgot. Channeling your inner MJF. Yes. You gotta protect yourself. You gotta play it, you gotta play it smart, and so I make sure to do that. And then the other thing is I just ignore it, ignore it, and I tell myself like, dude, you're making money now. A lot of people can't be in this position and you are and a lot of people are asking themselves how the hell did she do it? How did she do it? A lot of people don't know how I did it. Because people don't understand the work that goes behind it. So I just ignore it, or I respond in a snarky way. Yeah, you pull the Triple H probo of. I don't play the game. I am the game. Exactly. I am the game. I think all these all these elements kind of, they kind of make up what is your style and is your brand, where it's this incredibly hardworking kind of like underdog story, which then comes with kind of being able to stand up for yourself and defend yourself. And I think we had a conversation a little bit about this off air. But I think where that kind of meets in the middle for you and what makes your stuff so special is transparency. You tweet everything that's going on. And it's like, if there's a wrestling episode that's on, like, just the timeline is full, Denise, Denise, Denise, nice. Everything is going on. And then there's a show after that. And then on top of that, it's just random day to day things. You've got all of your tweets so far about you being in Vegas and gambling and putting the, you know, she's not positive, by the way, which is great. Well, I'll say you're still up, right? I already told her, you're good. Drop out. But how important is especially for your role as a woman in this industry? How important is being able to have that layer of transparency where you go like, this is my life, and fuck all y'all for hating it, but also if you want to come along for the ride, come along for the ride. I think the thing that I've come to realize is being relatable is such a key factor to whether or not you're going to succeed in something because when you relate to somebody, that is how you form a sort of a relationship, like a fan relationship. Think of all the people you guys admire, whether it's a singer, an actor, any sort of whoever it is that you look up to, I'm sure part of that reason is because you somehow related and connected to that person. So I make sure people know who I am because there's people out there that might connect with it. And I'm very, very open. And I, you know, on my vlogs and we were talking about this off air. I will literally pour my heart out to strangers and put it out there. And whatever, because you just don't know who's going to connect with. And I have seen a lot of people write to me. They write me letters, they write me messages, telling me how they connected with me in some sort of way. They tweet me, they come up to me at the shows, and you know what, you have no idea how many women come up to me and they tell me, oh, my husband, or my boyfriend, he showed me your videos, or guys come up to me. Oh, I showed your videos to my girlfriend. This and that. And I didn't know that that was gonna be a thing. I had no idea that people were gonna say, hey, I knew you just yesterday. When I went to rampage and I went to go get my ticket to the box office, the woman at the box office told me, oh my God, I know who you are. You're a Denise. My husband watches your videos. And I was like, what? And she's like, yeah, we love you. And I'm thinking to myself, holy moly, like, this is crazy. And so it's things like that that help me blur out the negativity because just because we always talk about how you can get 1000 nice comments and one comment will ruin your day. But that's giving more power to that one person than all the other people. The other people they matter and they matter. And so you have to take, you also should be protective of what they are writing to you and be respectful of that because those people matter too. And their opinions matter to not just this one person. I love it. All right, so we have a card game we're not going to get to it yet, but that's coming soon. I have to get you some wrestling questions now. I got to figure out who you are. As a wrestler. Scared. Now the real test begins..
"lauderdale" Discussed on The Corner
"Ever. Right. Like you, you can work as hard as you can. You should give a 110%. But there's always someone who's going to help you. How important was it to have that? And then, of course, you said, you went home. You're staying with family. During this point, how important is it to kind of have that network around you to help you chase your dream? It is literally the difference between success and failure because I never wanted to quit. That was never like in me. I was never like a quitter. I never saw myself as a person that was going to quit. It was more so of scene other people that were getting opportunities and I wasn't. And I thought, what are they doing that I'm not doing right? And I kept seeing other people get all these opportunities. And then not lasting. All the opportunities I wanted, I saw them give them to somebody else. And then those people didn't last, right? But seeing that, and seeing getting constantly rejected, and masses with you mentally man, you start thinking, I'm not good enough. I'm trash. Oh my God, this and that. And if it wasn't for my fiance, kind of painting me this bigger picture where he's like, my issue is I could only see what is right in front of me. I only see my problem, right? I don't see everything else. He's that person that's like, you need a stick, take a step back and look at the situation and analyze it in a different way and see the big picture. So if it wasn't for him, I don't think I would realize how far I've gotten and the things that I've done if I didn't have somebody like him. Basically, you know, giving me words of encouragement, telling me like, you're good enough because it messes with you. And people keep telling you no, you start thinking, maybe I'm not good enough. Maybe I really just freaking suck, right? You're just thinking like, maybe I just suck this and that. And there's so much that goes into it, especially if you're a woman, you start thinking, oh my God, I'm not sexy enough. I'm not pretty enough. I don't look like that girl on TV. And let's be real. There's a certain look that you have to attain to be in these positions. And I, that was another thing that I struggled with. I struggled with not looking a certain way the way that people, you know, what we're used to seeing, what the norm is for women. And so it was just a bunch of that that sometimes brought me down. It brought me down and messed with me a mentally. And so having him be that person to say, no, this is what you have and stop tearing yourself down. It was great to have that. And he's still to this day. It's constantly giving me promos and speeches and helping me like, you know, and here's the thing he's like a big sports fanatic, so he always used this like sports analogies and he always tells me about stories about Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan and all these people that were, you know, great talents, but they had to face these massive hurdles and you know, I'm not a big sports fanatic, so I forget the names of some of the other people, but he tells me about people that were great players, but they were like, you know, the not drafted at one point. And then they ended up proving people wrong. And so it's stories like that, real true stories from people that have overcome things that I feel like I connect with. All right, so being a woman in the industry. So listen, before you started, you said you had these not before you started. Four things took off. You had concerns about not being pretty enough. Let's put all this aside. Now that you've made it, those DMs are different. The way people treat you is different because you're a woman in this industry. How is that challenge now? Because I know there's a I know as a man we get the slide. Why are these people contacting me? What do they want from me? How have you been able to deal with this as a woman? Because it's got to be a lot different. In an industry that's still dominated by a lot of white men. So I do get this creepy DMs. I think I've got in just about everything that you can think of, but I don't have my Twitter DMs open for a reason. And my Instagram DMs, you know, I've had people invite me to their basement to do God knows what. Not wrestling on the whole. People asking for photos and stuff like that and I'm like, nope, I legitimately block everybody, but I think one of the hardest things that I've had to face is going on coming across certain things on the Internet where people take your photos and they break down every little piece of your body. I ran into a forum once and I saw people pulling up my photos and literally talking about my body, dissecting it, to the point where there was people having conversations about my get this ribs. People were breaking down and analyzing my ribs. The Internet is weird. Okay, I'm like, I get like analyzing a woman's sexual body parts. I get that, but you're ribs and like pulling out photos and I don't post on social media anymore about my family or my fiance, I don't post their pictures up there because I now realize that people will take that and critique that and I don't want that but before I did post pictures up of my fiance and I remember and finding those pictures, people found those and put them up on forums and started spreading disgusting rumors and all of that. And that's very hard because it's one thing to take the critique for me because I'm a public person and I've made myself a public person but my family and you know my loved ones are not public people whatsoever. So I've had to take this responsibility now where I don't post pictures of them at all because I don't want them to be I don't want to post a picture of somebody I love and then have somebody start critiquing them because they didn't put themselves in that position to take that kind of stuff. And so that's been something that has been sort of difficult, but the one thing that I think has been very hard is because we're not used to women and we're not used to women speaking on podcasts, it's the thing of the voice. People are uncomfortable sometimes listening to a woman's voice. They critique our voice a lot where it's she's annoying. She's so annoying. Why? Because she has this female voice. And it's been one of those things where I'm like, I'm not going to sound like a guy. I'm going to have a higher pitched voice. I'm from Los Angeles. I'm going to sound like a valley girl. I don't know what to tell you. And so it's one of those things where you have to get over that because sometimes even just people won't take you seriously. Why? Because you sound like an LA valley girl. People won't take you seriously. You're sort of, you're fighting against a prejudice that people have, where it's like, oh, she's not smart. She's clueless. Why? Because she sounds like this, but so that's been a hard thing for me where I'm like, I want people to know that I'm smart and I want people to know, hey, let's take her word seriously, regardless of the way I sound and the way I speak. Well, that's weird. I mean, I've had like three different voices during the course of this podcast. So Andres pulled up like the third episode the other day and he was like, what? Who are you? I didn't know who you were. This entire voice is what happens when you start a podcast at 23 years old. Or how old I was. Yeah, that's all right. I have not gone through a second puberty..
Fugitive inmate captured after manhunt, ex-jail officer dead
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Sheriff: Ex-jail official, inmate she helped escape caught
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Alabama prison official missing after escorting inmate
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Who Is Ed Rensi, Former President and CEO of McDonald's?
"Tell us a little bit about your background Well I started I was in college at Ohio State university I was going to be a school teacher and I got a degree in business education I went to work for McDonald's because I needed a job and I was making about 85 cents an hour And I kept getting raises and working hard and I just woke up one day and I was a presidency on McDonald's to this day I'm so amazed that I was able to do that but it was a company that was led by visionaries Ray Kroc Fred Turner Jerry Newman and great people that really focused on customer service and elevating everybody I mean you know I was a burger flipper making minimum wage and all of a sudden I was successful And it's a wonderful journey and I am so proud of it I actually had lunch today or breakfast with a former employee of mine and now earns 25 McDonald's restaurants Kim just a beautiful man And you know there's so many great stories in McDonald's about entrepreneurs who became successful because it became franchisees Ricky wade over at Fort Lauderdale my goodness He's got 30 some restaurants He's an African American man customers beautiful employees I mean he's just an angel of a businessman's focused on the community Said the McDonald's story is not about the executives It's always about the franchisees and their commitment to community Boy you should still be the CEO over there From what I'm hearing Now Friends Running that company I'm old school Yeah me too
Fentanyl-laced cocaine sickens 6 on spring break in Florida
"Police in fort Lauderdale Florida say at least one person is in critical condition and six people overdosed on cocaine laced with fentanyl police were called to a vacation rental house during spring break there were multiple people in cardiac arrest in the front yard this witness spoke to WPLG TV in a couple dudes laid out a couple of girls I believe they're blonde came and picked up a couple of guys back in the house fort Lauderdale fire battalion chief Steve Golan says two of the people who overdosed got sick because they tried to give CPR to the initial overdose victims these are healthy young adults you know a lot of college students and the prime of their life and getting this drug into their system you know that there it's unknown what the recovery will be on the critical individual the CDC says fentanyl is fifty to one hundred times stronger than morphine and is meant to treat severe pain it also slows a person's breathing and heart rate I bet Donahue
Cruise ship changes course after US judge orders seizure
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Mistrial in Resiles Murder Case as Jury Fails to Agree on Verdict
"Lauderdale, Florida. Where three black jaw oars were unwilling to convict. A man named deante rosalies. Because he's black. And the foreman of the jury. Newspaper says four person was a woman for women. Said that most of the jury wanted to convict a guy of at least second degree murder. Broke into a home. Found a woman. 59 year old woman. And his DNA was found on a knife inside her home Stafford to death. Tighter up standard step to death. Three of the jurors admitted they had the evidence admitted they did it. She didn't want to send him to prison for life or possibly to face death. So the judge declared a mistrial. And said the case is going to be tried again in January with a new jury.
3 Jurors Unwilling to Convict Murder Suspect Based on Race, Leading to Mistrial in Fort Lauderdale
"Been a murder trial in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The defendant happened to be black. The four person of the jury said three of the jurors were unwilling to convict him because of his race. The four person said the three jurors said, quote, I don't want to send a young black male to jail for the rest of his life or have him get the death sentence. Quote. Even though he's being tried for murdering someone, killed in her home. Tied her up, stabbed her to death, his DNA was found on the knife inside the home, but these three members of the jury said, we don't want to send another black person to possibly face the death penalty. Are you kidding me?
Bill O'Reilly and Donald Trump Hit the Road for Their 'History Tour'
"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show. It is a surreal moment right now. For me to be able to interview some of that I grew up watching and that I have a great amount of respect for Bill O'Reilly is with us today. Bill, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Appreciate me and Charlie. So you have a very important announcement in something very exciting that is coming up. And I'm going to do everything I possibly can to either attend or to watch every minute of this because I know that this is not just going to be a softball interview, but it won't be a gotcha thing when you do this upcoming tour with president Donald Trump. Talk a little bit about it. I'm so excited to hear about this location dates times and how people can attend if they're interested. Okay, so we're going to be in Fort Lauderdale sunrise at the live arena. That's where the Panthers play. Saturday, December 11th. It's coming up in about ten days. And then the next day, we're going to be in Orlando, the magic play. On Sunday, December 12th, then the next weekend we're going to Houston, the Toyota center on Saturday and the American Airlines center in Dallas on Sunday.
Romeo Beckham Has Signed His First Professional Football Contract
"Beckham is 19 years old, His mom in Victoria Beckham. His dad is David Beckham and now Romeo has signed his first professional soccer contract with Fort Lauderdale CF and he could make his debut on the field as early as this Saturday, following in Dad's footsteps.
Romeo Beckham, 19, Has Signed His First Professional Football Contract
"Romeo beckham signs not mls but with fort lauderdale cf of of course the affiliate team of inter miami herk Why is this ugly. Beckham's of very handsome man assisted ugly. Look my man. This is the first you hire your best mate. David beckham until novel. The coach injure miami no nepotism there. Now you're gonna place your son. Nineteen year old rahmael beckham. By the way where did he last play where his credentials. What's his soccer resume. Can we anybody wanted to google search on that. This is an ugly look. you know. It's one after the other for inter miami. This is this man's personal playground. It's not a good look. Yeah and it's definitely not the way you would start a professional soccer career right. Like david beckham with all of his access and connections if he was trying to launch his son soccer career. He wouldn't do it at fort lauderdale. The seems like something that they want to do as a family. And they're going to do because they have the access to it but if you wanted to really launch a true professional soccer career would you do it in in a major league soccer. Ussl beat one. Not you'd have your son overseas where there's a ton of pro jobs and a ton of pro
"lauderdale" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast
"The journey on house music right that they have now which i love. It was happy music. It was a different time. Things have become angry old. Such with music is pounds just towns but sunday was very popular and but we never ever force anyone when they walked in the door and we would. I had a bus go to miami. Beach would three tricks between miami beach. Lincoln road and the eagle bringing people from south beach so that they wouldn't have to drive and he charged ten dollars a neighbor drink so you got round trip bus service and a drink for ten bucks and we would bring up several hundred people friday night saturday night. We can have up to eight hundred. It was a factor but we did demonstration. We did classes. It was more than just standing there and having a drink but when people were you. Somebody came in and they had cologne or heavy perfume. Or something you would hear something on the loudspeaker people here the infant south bridge. Please be kind but we had signed our front door. We had two sides number one. We serve peanuts number two leader reality at the door. That's always been my view when you go to a bar lead your reality at the the win there with the idea that you're going to have a good time all your pretensions expectations all sides. Just go in there or cookie and you'll meet people you'll make friends for the rest of your life as long as you go in there with the idea that it's going on and that's by a bar owner ties to do so. How long did you operate the eagle in fort lauderdale. I close the eagle in two thousand four. There were lots of different stories. Why close and i will be more than happy to my rent. Was twelve thousand dollars a month. That's a lot of drinks drinks at that time. Were not like they are today where well drains can cost six seven eight dollars in those days. Drink is three dollars as a lot of alcohol where you have to sell and you have other expenses to pay besides your rent. You have insurance. Electric help. labor oss cleaning repairs. So that kind of rent was prohibitive. This one reza. My landlord said you know you're doing real well. I'm taking your rent up to twenty thousand dollars and i said well not signing and that was it. I walked out the door. I'm sure that about it. But what can you do. That must have been a difficult decision. Well i mean. I didn't feel like it was a business that there were. There were several other. Extenuating circumstances city of ford motor. They'll hired a captain toronto league by squad who was told. Don't bother the stray clubs. You know Unlock gonna use the word they use of the gay bar said those for clubs hit that because nobody really cares about them anyway. And so they rated Chaps which is where the jackhammer that was the last there they read it and they were going to rate me a friend in the a call. So we kinda native quite. The now turned on all the lights. I think by that time people were getting the message on that. You can go to these places and keo costs. Let's be serious. There are lots of people that dodo letter bars. That might be leather night but there something else during the right could be attorneys. Doctors corporate shoals. There's no town could be police schoolteachers. So when something. When the reign of terror starts. I said well i have to put up with this. You know i have a big nut to crack to begin with and then by customer base is going to drop ramrod was one tense capacity and i had to do in order to to make you know you have a little bar and a low cost of doing business. You can stay in business forever which is crime at all but when you have big place to were not unique environment that's conducive and that that's how i corps not. Yeah that's that's kind of unfortunate that it still in in the two thousand was happening. And i know there was a similar situation which i'm sure you're probably familiar with Four or five years after you closed the eagle in fort lauderdale the eagle in atlanta was rated and that was a huge scandal. I think there is a lot of money paid out as a result of the lawsuits against the police for for that action but unfortunately even moving into the later part of the two thousands. We were still seeing that kind of activity from police even in cities like atlanta where it was so liberal. I mean atlanta's had dozens of gay bars for decades and the eagle was located on the edge of midtown which is the gay as part of land and yet they still suffered that kind of treatment from the from the police. So i can understand how that would have been particularly difficult in fort lauderdale. Do you think that had some affect on why so. Many of the gay bars kind of shifted to the wilton. Manors area was because of that type of police activity in fort lauderdale itself. Now when georgia's alibi open. That was ninety set. Giorgi said to me come to will drive. It's really it's blue collar piggly wiggly out of business there. Those don't know what piggly.
"lauderdale" Discussed on GayBarchives Podcast
"Redecorates in his own mind or an interior designer goes into place. They redesigned it in their head. Well i do that. We bart's i should well at this was mine. I would directed at the. The guy walked over and he said to me. Well if you think you can do better water. And i said well. I know i could be better than this. I'm not putting down in a saturday. Am i have four ruin something. I don't know what it is. You got the betas. Parking lot in south florida by it. I forgive you. A pros gave rise. I made a minute walker. And he took her and a couple days later. I went in. It was a thousand square feet and we started may lots of changes in there and in the length of time that i had the we went from a thousand square feet to five thousand square feet side. Different rooms all offering a leather ethic with exception one room which i put a call super. Everyone thought i was crazy. I said oh no. No coffee's the coming thing not everybody wants to alcohol so we have breached in one room with so all. We had a code room where you had to wear strict letter and i opened five thousand square foot most or next door cold hardware lever and then had the hardware leather it side of the eagle and then cross street from where the boardwalk bar is in fort lauderdale. Now a was third store. So i had three gear stores and the that was i would say one of the happiest times in my life because that was my people could put it. That right about sam trials well a lot of people who are not a part of the leather community i think don't quite understand the camaraderie and the sense of community that the leather community express it. I know from other people. I've spoken to. It's kind of like the red headed stepchild of the gate world a lot of people that are not part of the leather community. Just kind of put it off in a corner and say well. They're just a little odd. They're different whatever but from my experience and a lot of the research. I've done over the last five decades or so. The leather community has been a very important part of the gay bar scene and the gay community in general In the way that they take on fundraising efforts the support. They provide for the community. The good work they do And with each other. There's a bond that doesn't seem to exist in. For instance. The dance clubs. You don't walk from one dance club to another or go from one city to another and feel like you belong to the same family but in the leather community. That seems to be very much the case that if you were to go from your fort lauderdale eagle and go up to the chicago eagle or the atlanta eagle were welcome with open arms like a pillar of the community. You're part of that big family. And i think that that's probably part of what What you mean when you say in a these remind people. It was a community that you felt very strongly apart of well. We used to look after each other. There was a lot of you know as i said. I came out into the leverage canoe. When i was eighteen and the gentleman that i would say great pride he was my master. He came out of the second world war so he had an ethic of camaraderie of belong. You always protected the people. And that's hopefully away still. Is i know people talk. Old-guard new guard this but person that has it in. Not and i always tell people. I i live it. It's my lifestyle. It's my s respect responsibility. Trust and honesty and i feel that is what the letter begins. There's nothing fate it's not putting on makeup. It's not being something different than what you are. It's a lifestyle as opposed to not detracting from people that wear makeup or drag queens and so forth. i'll tell you. I was across the stonewall when the only people that were fighting the cops for the drag queens and believe they all of us cross the street or stare today so i give them it could do because they are the ones that really run into the four forefront five six so it has nothing to do when i say about makeup. It's like people today. Go into a store and they buy clubs and they have to wear their certain close to their dance bar. Whatever and there were lots of people back by weather because they look hot in it and they go dancing or whatever but they're not leather and that's what confuses a lot of people. Today there are. Those sat are into letter and those that where now the As you mentioned some of the earlier bars in a letter seen there was no dancing or whatever allowed in some of those bars with the fort. Lauderdale eagle was. Did that have a dance floor. Was it own on sunday. So one night a week guys could go there and and dance. What type of music typically would you play on those nights while we had several great. Dj's kenny a it was. It wasn't.
First Post-Pandemic Cruise Ship Sets Sail From Fort Lauderdale
"In fort lauderdale the first major cruise ship set sail from a us port. Since the pandemic paralyze the industry more than a year ago are kerry. Sanders is on board the celebrity edge off and sailing tonight for the first time in fifteen months paying passengers on a cruise ship departing from a us. Poor phil so bed to be on a cruise ship again. We have been waiting for this day. Were avid cruisers. The multi billion dollar cruise ship industry with a lot riding on this first cruise because of the pandemic the celebrities ship edge that departed from fort lauderdale. Today is socially distancing passengers the ship at only forty percent capacity ninety nine percent of the passengers and crew on board are fully vaccinated against coup-bid. Would you be on. This cruise of passengers weren't vaccinated. That's have fun on earth. I have to say no to your crew. Welcome back someday is here. Last march as the pandemic spread and doctors had to understand corona virus cruise ships were turned away from ports around the world including here in the us when passengers were finally allowed to get off they were met with teams in has met suits. The centers for disease control shutdown. The cruise ship industry one challenge still in the courts. Florida's governor established a law that prevents any business including cruise ships from demanding customers. Show a vaccine passport. We are back at sea. We are back what's at stake not only for your cruise line but the industry. Well obviously we have to bring ourselves back in a safe careful way and i think we are trying to demonstrate that you are safer cruise ship. Then you are walking down main street. Usa if anybody on board words test positive for corona virus. This ship has an expanded infirmary with two doctors and eleven nurses just in case
Man Accidentally Drives Into Pride Parade in Florida, Killing One
"Event Saturday was an accident. Wilton Manors, police say a driver plowed a pickup truck into a crowd, killing one person and injuring another at the pride parade Saturday. The victims and the driver are all members of the Fort Lauderdale Gay men's choir. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer wants to
Your Next Dive - Key Largo
"Last year my goal was to do a segment of your next dive where i featured key largo dive mecca here in the united states. I wanted to time this segment for just after we returned from key. Largo in april of two thousand and twenty. Well we all know how that turned out. We did not get there and again in two thousand and twenty one. We were not able to plan out an excursion as we would have hoped to. Two thousand and twenty two however is on the horizon. But i didn't wanna wait any longer to talk about key largo so here we go with your next dive where we travel to key largo florida. I think i've mentioned it before here on the podcast that my first is after getting a certification where with it's a dive located at the marriott hotel on the overland highway in key largo and it was fantastic. How about your first real dive being on a real historic wreck the city of washington a ship that was in havana harbor when the us main exploded and sank now. There are many reasons to choose key largo as your dive destination. Especially if you live in the eastern part of the united states first off. It's easy to get to. You can either fly into fort lauderdale. Which is my preferred airport. As i find it logistically navigate or miami which is a little closer to key Key largo you just hop in your rental car. That is if you can find one these days and head on down now. Let's talk a little bit about the dive. Operators in key largo as you can imagine being to dive. Mecca that it is. There are quite a number of operators to choose from it's a dive at the marriott is no longer operating but i will talk about two of the operators. I'm familiar with. They are horizon divers and rainbow reef now right after only a couple of months. After i did that first trip to key largo i returned and at that time. I drove with horizon divers back. Then they were located in marina at mile marker one hundred of the overseas highway and that was right next to the courtyard by marriott. Which at the time was a radison. It was very convenient to roll out of bed. Get a quick bite to eat and stroll over to the dive. Shot horizon has moved however and they are now located on the overseas highway at mile marker. One oh six. That's the dive shop in a retail store. Their boats are located about a half a mile up the road next to a place called shipwrecks oceanside now rainbow reef has taken over the old horizon diver facility at the mile marker one hundred marina additionally they also bought out ocean divers on the other side of the marina and have quite a large operation. Now the last time we were in key largo. We stayed at the courtyard and dove with horizon. We were going to go back to key. Largo in two thousand twenty and planned to die with rainbow reef. We didn't make it down there now. If you're looking to do more technical diving then. I think horizon divers maybe a better choice for the shallow reefs that i like rainbow reef might be a good option as they have those big forty six foot newton dive boats now. I have to admit that. I've never done the deeper wrecks down there like spiegel grove. Where the dwayne bid. But i love the shallow wrecks like the city of washington. The hanan bell. Also known as mike's wreck and especially the ben would. They are teeming with fish life and are great places to do fish identification and surveys. You can also experience of great dives on elbow reef molasses reef and french reef another great shallow dive through the book spurring grove. Karl is christ of the abyss. Dry rocks you can grit some great photo opportunities there. The water temperatures in key largo range from the mid seventies in the winter months to the mid eighties in the peak of the summer. When i dove in april of two thousand and nineteen. I was pretty comfortable on the shallow reefs with my three millimeter wetsuit. Only wanna do to morning dives. You can free up your afternoons for some topside adventures. A trip to reef headquarters Is interesting or you can take a tour of the coral restoration foundation and just down. The road is the history of diving museum in l. morada. I was really looking forward to getting to the museum last year and hope that i can make it down there next april. Talk about the dining. While if you're staying at the courtyard on the marina you don't have to get in your car and drive someplace you can just scroll stroll over skippers doc right on the marina. They have some great conch chowder. There and if you want a burger or some pub food than walk a little bit further down to dr sharpies shark bite grill. You'll probably run into some of the dive staff there hanging out now. Another great place to eat is the pilot house and that's located right near the coral restoration foundation very close by and and if you're in the mood for pizza then upper crust pizza at mile marker one zero one point six. Just make sure it's not. Wednesday is their closed. We made that mistake. So as i wrap up this segment. If you've been diving in key largo. I hope that you will agree that it is really a cool place to dive. And if you've never been there. I would encourage you to consider putting a trip there on your counter. I regret having taken fourteen years between visits. I'm not gonna make that mistake again.
1 Dead at Florida Pride Parade After Truck Drives Through Crowd
"A pickup truck drove into a crowd at an LGBTQ Pride parade in Florida, killing one person and injuring two others. Saturday, Stonewall Parade and festival was abruptly canceled following the incident. Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Turtle is called the event a terrorist attack on the LGBTQ plus
One Dead After Two Struck by Vehicle at Florida Pride Parade
"Injured two people at the start of a Stonewall Pride parade in Wilton Manors, Florida near Fort Lauderdale. Dean Trantalis, mayor of Fort Lauderdale, was there and says he saw it. All of a sudden is white pickup truck dash right through the crowd, barely missing. Congressman Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz. Car by inches and just dash through, smashed through a gate smashed into a landscaping company and and and he hit two people on the ground. Truck drivers in custody. No word of the crash was intentional. Police are hunting a man they have
Florida Law May Thwart Effort by Cruise Industry to Set Sail
"A seven night Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale, with all crew and adult passengers vaccinated. Cruise industry has been shut down for the past 15 months by the Corona virus pandemic. The CDC said last month that cruise ships with nearly all passengers and crew vaccinated can resume sailing. But NPR's Greg Allen reports there is a problem it violates a Florida law. This ad by celebrities sums up the relief and excitement among cruise companies. Some day is finally here and we're ready to sail beyond again. Extended shutdown has cost the industry more than $17 billion in direct losses. The celebrity cruise departing June 26 will be the first under new CDC protocols. CBC says ships can resume sailing under two scenarios. The first is after conducting tests cruises with masks and social distancing in place show they can keep passengers and crew safe. The second scenario, when advocated by the industry, allows ships to resume sailing immediately as long as 95% of passengers and crew are vaccinated. Chris Gray Faust is managing editor of the website. Cruise critic. People will not have to wear masks, they will not have to do social distancing and at least in the US, they'll be able to do shore excursions without you're staying in a cruise ship bubble type of situation. The idea of requiring all adult passengers to be vaccinated is popular not just with the companies but also cruise passengers. House says the survey conducted last week found 80% of cruise passengers said they would prefer to sail on a ship with a vaccine requirement. So what we're finding is that Abbott cruisers want to get back to see, but they would overwhelmingly prefer to be on a ship with vaccines. That's what passengers want. It's what cruise lines want. But it's not what Florida Governor Rond de Santis once. He recently signed a bill passed by the Republican Legislature at his request, which bans company from requiring any customer to show proof of vaccination. Under the law, each violation carries a $5000 fine. Asked about it last week, De Santis said, applies to cruise lines and that if they violated, they'll pay. We are going to enforce Florida law. I mean, We have
"lauderdale" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Just outside of Fort Lauderdale, the FBI director, calling them heroes, saying the always be remembered for their ultimate sacrifice. Two other agents are hospitalized in stable condition The suspect is dead. Senate Democrats are prepared to pass President Biden's almost $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package without Republican support. A Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer, said Democrats are not going to dilute dinner or delay the bill, as she were told reporters President Biden's totally on board with using a budget rule called reconciliation. That's way to pass the bill with a simple majority. A Senate minority leader, Mitch McConnell, speaking out against the use of budget reconciliation. I can't remember a budget in the time that I've been here that either side is ever voted. In a bipartisan way, so we're off to a Totally partisan start McConnell calling an unfortunate because he believes the GOP proposal would have gotten broad partisan support ATTENTION. GOP senators met with the president at the White House yesterday to negotiate, But President Biden stated he wants a much bigger relief package of their county Judge Nelson Wolff, once the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo to postpone this year's event. It sounded the Freeman Coliseum that's owned by the county and letter, Judge Wolfe writes. The county is seeing success and driving down the virus. But we need a few more weeks of no big events. Attendance at the rodeo this year will be about 4000, which will thinks is too high. The city of New Orleans is considering shutting down the French Quarter for the start of Mardi Gras, which is two weeks away. Spokesman voted well says the current virus is still raging, and they don't want to see a repeat of last year. That is why the mayor made the decision that bars in New Orleans. Closed to indoor service and will remain closed. That is why there are no parades this year. That is why large gatherings are not permitted, and state health officials and medical experts say Texas is still a long way from herd immunity from the coronavirus. In Texas vaccinating 70 to 80% of the population. The estimated level needed to bring about herd immunity would mean vaccinating almost every adult in the state. Texas has a high percentage of residents under the age of 18, most of whom are not approved for the vaccine. Plus others who cannot or won't take the vaccination for other reasons. Dr..
"lauderdale" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"T Mobile business advantage. You don't have to compromise Get up to 90 Days of unlimited free on business plans when you switch via Bill credits stop by a store today for details, terms and conditions apply. C t mobile dot com For details for 15 minutes news radio 6 10 w R I O D they're gonna look at 6 10 Doppler radar. We're clear But boy, it's starting to heat up 87 degrees already in downtown Fort Lauderdale, 86 in Hialeah at 9 31 theme beaches are busy and police are watching. We're also making sure Everyone is following the emergency orders and not includes the mandatory mask where Ernesto Rodriguez with Miami Beach Police says his department has already issued some 800 facemask citations carrying finds around 100 Box. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin isn't happy with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi when it comes to talks on a new stimulus package. And my discussions with the speaker where we're really stock is both on certain policy issues, but more importantly on the top line evolution, they expect Senate Republicans, too. Move forward with their own stimulus plan soon as he tells Fox News Sunday. Pelosi won't talk until the White House agrees to a deal worth around $2.5 trillion beforehand. All the Miami Heat did not sweep the box nosed out Miami 1, 18, 1, 15 and overtime in Game four of their East semifinal to stay alive in the Orlando bubble he forward about what a bio say's they didn't put the box away. Finish the game. Before beginning the last six minutes. I feel like way fell apart. We couldn't execute Game five is set for tomorrow. We'll today his international Manatee Day and Ellie Greco would save the Manatee Club says this year, Covert 19 will cause the numbers to be harder to break down somebody folks out on the water this year, especially to practice social distance, saying not going to events or other things that they normally would be. It's possible that there were a lot more boats strikes. Causing managed suggests she's urging voters to follow the rules and use a spotter with polarised glasses to look for signs of the sea cows is 9 33 financial markets are closed today for the Labor Day holiday. We'll have another news update coming up at 10 o'clock I'm Al.
"lauderdale" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And meeting locations in Miami in Aventura. In Fort Lauderdale, both Raton West Palm Beach in Jupiter. As always, We're here to help you make smart choices about your money. You know, a lot of people look around in the sea stock's going up. And they wish I wish I had bought some of that. I wish I had more of that, or I wish I bought this sooner. Right? I'm sure we've all seen stocks skyrocket, and maybe we thought had a little bit of remorse. You know, we didn't buy more than buy it. Now it's easy to look back with the benefit of hindsight. Calculate your lost profits, right? But when you do that, you assume that you would have bought it and then held it until the optimal time. And not sold it along the way. So let's think about this. Let's assume you purchase the stock for a dollar 50 share. Right, and six months later it tripled. Now it's for 50. What would you do? Triple your money in six months. Are you the kind of person that wants to take the profit? Right. Or maybe you would have sold it when it doubled. Right? Some people say if I double my money quickly, what? Why? Oh, I get greedy, right? Or you the kind of person that would buy more as going up. Right now, let's let's take the scenario further. See you didn't sell and you continue to hold it. And a year later, it went from a dollar 50 to $99 a share. How excited would you pay? Right now. What would you would you really have held it all that way from a dollar 59 $99 a share. I guess if it's going up every day really quickly, you might you might be more likely to do that. If there's not a lot of, you know. Downturns right if it's not going up, $2 down $2.2 dollars. If it just going straight up, you'll probably hold on. You'll be more likely to hold on. You have no adversity and it just seems like this. This thing goes straight up. Okay? You might have even bought more along the way right? Nephew bought some of 50. Aboveboard 17. Like super excited as it keeps going up enough, right? But But now let's assume Start to fall. Right? Now goes on the AIDS. What do you do? You buy more You sell. Was on the 60. It goes down to 50. You're going to tap out, cry uncle. You bail out Okay. All right. I bought it at 1 50. It was 99. Now it's 50. I could still make a really good profit. Right, Or would you ride it all the way down and went back to six. What would you do it with you? What would you do that with you? Then say alright. I paid a dollar 56. I still made four times my money. Or would you hold it by more? What would you do that When would you have bailed out? Now. You know, I I always talk to people. And they said I wish I'd brought Amazon. When it came out, you know, it was just a book seller. Remember that Amazon They were just selling books online and This is the scenario I just talked about was Amazon. Okay. Injured of 1997. You could have put an Amazon for a dollar 50 share. Six months later, it would have tripled. It went to 4 50. Okay. And then it went to 99 a year later. When for a dollar 50 to 99 so excited, right? Then came the tech crash. You had the watch The stock fall precipitously and by October hasn't won. Was trading under $6 a share. So you might have got out along the way. A lot of you would have found out along the way. I didn't want to give back all the profit or consider the scenario. In January. 2000 for you need with an advisor. The advisor recommends you take a big position of a tech stock. $52 a share. Okay? And you know you, you buy some other things from the advisor. You have a portfolio. But that was your biggest position. Right. Three years later, the stock's trading at $38 per share down 27%. During the same time period, the S and P 527% No. You could not have known That the share price at that point would eventually have 3400. Right because you didn't know that you would have been frustrated. Okay? That's Amazon and Jackie just before you could've bought it for $52 a share. Three years later, it's trading at $38 a share down 27%. During the same time period. The S and P 527% Right? Again. If he knew it was going to 3400. You're just chilling and you're happy You don't care, but you don't know that at the time. You might have even sought a second opinion about your underperformed portfolio and you go meet with another advisor. A lot of advisers would have looked at your portfolio and said, Hey, you're overweighted in this one stock. It's under performing the market drastically. You need to be more diversified. You should sell that. Now Many investors watch the portfolios very closely, and they feel the need to act when a portion of the portfolios underperformance. Even just two years ago. In August of 2018. You could have purchased Amazon for $2039 a share. Right. But less than four months later, it dropped over 25% to 1500. What would you have done at that point when a stock jobs 25% 4 months, Okay. So don't feel bad. That your hypothetical $10,000 investment in Amazon in January of 2007 Would have been worth 900,000 today. Because if you're like.
"lauderdale" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"In South Florida and Fort Lauderdale yesterday, boys when all of a sudden a kangaroo was spotted just roaming around on the streets. A kangaroo and police were actually able to safely capture it. The kangaroo. Do not give them trouble. They safely captured this kangaroo turned it over to the Florida Wildlife Commission. The owner was charged for not having a permit for the animal again. City code to keep Wildlife is pets. I loved the quote from the Fort Lauderdale police officer. Robert nor vice, he said. At first, we didn't really believe it because there was only one call but will be got there. Sure enough, there was a kangaroo and he said in his 26 years on the job, you seen snakes, dogs and alligators but never a kangaroo. He said. The kangaroo was very friendly, though, and they were able to corral it without any trouble. Other officers were petting the kangaroo. And they were able to get it. Get it in the back seat of the squad car and take it into the Florida Wildlife Commission. All right, so a couple parts of this and I cannot believe we're going down the realm of zoology with me again here right off the bat after after watching Tiger King, any animal being on the loose in Florida. Somebody owning it no longer surprises me. It doesn't so Kangaroo. Being There doesn't surprise me. However, I will say in his wildlife trade that apparently goes on the roll aware of it there watching Netflix turn pandemic. I was always under the assumption Kangaroos on ly existed in Australia. Now, if that is true, have a heck, even in a crazy wild life tree. Do we get the kangaroo from Australia to the us for somebody to own it? And also, I've seen plenty of videos of these kangaroos, punching things punching windows. Apparently kangaroos. You do not want to mess with on the streets of Sydney, Australia, and to find out that dish this kangaroo was perfectly friendly and got in the back of the squad car. I mean, what a respectful kangaroo on shock boat show in there, not a street gang. You'll be that you'll walk through Sydney. Just fine. You're not going to attack by a By a kangaroo. Heller knows what I'm talking to. Hel You see these kangaroos that punching people that wack in windows and kicking people. Hey, you see a loose kangaroo. You don't know how it's going to react in a strange environment. You know me like a police car pulls up. Who knows how this thing is going to react. I probably go the other way, but, thankfully was friendly. I would definitely go the other way. I'm stunned that this kangaroo was friendly. So bogus, my wrong no to the only exist in Australia or kin like you walked through. Will you know Scranton Wilkes Bar Pennsylvania and run into a kangaroo? I don't know. Well, let's let's unpack a number of things there at believe his friend Wilkes Barre. It's definite bar. I pretty sure they only exist in Australia. Now you can go to a zoo and see them, But yeah, they live.
"lauderdale" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"The warm side this afternoon eighty one right now in a Lauderdale lakes it's eighty two in Hialeah gardens president trump issuing an executive order forcing meat packing plants around the country to remain open present responding to the possibility the very real possibility that America's food chain would break that in just a matter of weeks there would be no meat on grocery store shelves not a matter of supply but a distribution because there is great concentration in the meatpacking industry just a few plants going down can bring that food chain to a halt ABC's Terry Moran plants in at least ten states have closed after thousands of meatpacking workers came down with over nineteen this morning a new look at the economic damage of the coronavirus shutdowns economists surveyed by Reuters thank roast domestic product contracted by an annual rate of about four percent the worst showing since the first quarter of two thousand nine and the U. S. coronavirus death toll now over fifty eight thousand it means more Americans have now died from the corona virus than were killed in the years long Vietnam War Dave Packer ABC news Florida's reporting the most corona virus related deaths in a single day since the outbreak started eighty three new deaths reported yesterday bringing the statewide toll to eleven hundred seventy one taken to Ron DeSantis is expected to announce his road map for re opening our state's economy going from where we are now to phase one is not a very big league I think that you will be able to be a small step for us we're going to approach it in a very measured thoughtful in data driven way meanwhile I won't exactly be like it used to be but South Florida today is slowly starting to re open the first step in the new normal beginning this morning with many parks golf courses and marinas from Palm Beach and Miami Dade counties re opening you will have to do things a little bit differently to enjoy the outdoors Miami Dade mayor Carlos Jimenez promises police will have zero tolerance for anyone who fails to abide by social distancing guidelines Broward mayor Dale Holness says the region isn't ready to reopen beaches in businesses yet we believe that we will need to do even more robust testing include an antibody test in the cities of fort Lauderdale and Miami had chosen not to reopen their parks and recreational facilities Eric Rodriguez newsradio six ten WYO D. the federal reserve making a virtual announcement this afternoon after meeting to discuss its latest efforts to stimulate the economy a macro virus shut downs there will be no more short term interest rate cuts since the fed push them to zero last month Bankrate's Greg McBride says consumers may not go out and buy big ticket items like a car next month because they're still worried about job security and finances but eventually the cuts will pay off when people regain confidence better that backdrop of low interest rates is going to pay dividends in terms of boosting consumer and business borrowing and spending needed to regenerate the the economic growth pace he says the fed acted quickly to maintain the flow of credit which in the end it will save the economy because you cannot have recovery without that flow corona virus it's affected all of us and we want to hear from you please go to W. I. D. dot com to complete our quarantine survey we promise it short hi Natalie Rodriguez our problems stemming from ninety five to ninety days this report is sponsored by discover ninety five north.
"lauderdale" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"FM HD two fort Lauderdale available everywhere with the I heart radio now number one for broadcasting news radio six ten W. Y. O. D. from ABC news hi Todd at president trump signed a two point two trillion dollar economic rescue package in the oval office Friday afternoon the measures designed to help strokes the struggling those affected by economic slowdown of the fight against the corona virus the president mentioning specific programs before signing the bill approximately two hundred and fifty million dollars in expanded unemployment benefits the average worker was lost his or her job will receive one hundred percent of their salary does your knowledge and that is optimistic plan to re open most of the country by Easter might need further consideration the president admitting it's unlikely Americans will as he hoped pack the church's again this Easter I do want to flatten the curve we want to see that curve start heading down in the other direction at a minimum and we really have to talk about areas of the country that have not been affected or certainly have had a very small affected some states already blog visitors from other more infected areas making it harder for those hot spot residents to travel anywhere in the field ABC news Washington but A. B. hospital ship mercy arrived in the port of Los Angeles Friday and not a moment too soon can accommodate about a thousand patients and looks like they will be needed the mayor here warning that Los Angeles could look like New York does today and just five days A. B. C.'s Matt Gutman reporting thousands.
"lauderdale" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"Hey what's up it's Nikki from fort Lauderdale hello Nikki from fort Lauderdale well the girl I can hear the right number is this a Lexus now that you're playing my name is Melanie that Alexis could plan a Lexus okay I don't know who you are and we now have never met you this is Nikki from fort Lauderdale I don't know who you are we partner I've never met and Nikki or fort Lauderdale no I have to go hello Hey I need to call and apologize it's Nick giving you the wrong phone number okay yeah help you anymore I know this I'm calling to tell you I because I got here no one but this is important because I need to check numbers are right because I thought I was calling the Lexus could you send me a message on Facebook talking about she was pregnant but I actually dial the phone for Dan I need to talk to Dan and like let him know that we got if we got some to figure out you know why yeah Dan and I need to figure out who the father is I'm hoping it's simply yours cross because I don't really you know doesn't mean I can't wait I what my name is Nikki from fort Lauderdale no I get that okay okay I had while night with the name Dan and Alexis so Alexis email me on Facebook and said that she was pregnant after that night are you kidding and I was just I thought I was calling her and I was getting Messer that's why I was like Hey he is like but really I think I meant I was calling dance on or so do you know Dan you need to tell me who it is it better not be a joke this is Nikki from fort Lauderdale okay look I just need to find Dan the guy that I had a threesome with gave me this phone number is there any way you can help me hello yeah okay nice to meet with him your cousin's name is them no my husband's name is Daniel okay you know what you're telling me my husband had a threesome with you in some checked in fort Lauderdale that's what you're saying yeah Nick in fort Lauderdale and Dan and Alexis what a crazy night give me your number I did talk to my husband can you just give him a message for me when you talk to him message I just need to tell him something that's all you read it with my husband in some now she's right it wasn't just some girl she's a checker at the grocery store you who's in the walk in freezer where they keep all the milk it was insane okay give me your number and I'll call you back that's all right fine I'll give you my number but I first want to let you know this is a prank phone call what I mean this isn't Mickey from fort Lauderdale although I like to be that guy sounds like an awesome did to hang out with hi this is doable from broken you will in the morning I'm moving ninety two point five doing a phone tap on you holy your husband Dan set you up what he said he recently went on a business Lauderdale got really drunk thank you to tell me that he got a girl pregnant in fort Lauderdale on a business trip yes you thought you'd think that was funny what stand on on yeah yeah yeah yeah thank you thank you yeah yeah it's almost time for your awkward Tuesday phone.
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"Weekend in Miami Miami fort Lauderdale there's another big event coming up for a George will tell you more about that coming up in just a minute we we have a very unique weekend ahead what kind of a role it's always a pleasure to fill in for George then give him the well deserved night off now and again but it's even a pleasure in half it's really good to have such great guests that I can access last week it was Eric Davis we talked about the high weirdness drugs esoterica and visionary experience in the seventies and we mentioned that we were going to have on Diane lake tonight when mentioned that would be one of the fence Manson family members somebody who was not involved in any of the crimes and I hadn't had a chance to read the book yet hadn't arrived came this morning knock on the door eight o'clock fed ex had me a copy I finished it about an hour and a half ago this is for all too it's so interesting it's been out for a little while but it doesn't take anything away from the fact that this is that week when we should be talking about this coming up on the eighth right it will be the fiftieth anniversary this coming Thursday for the for the that the Tate murders for the murders of Sharon Tate and and her house guests as told by Quentin Tarantino in the movie once upon a time in Hollywood I won't go into details on that although I saw the movie earlier this week and I saw our guest tonight portrayed in that movie Diane lakes family nickname was snake and she is present there in specially in one of the creepiest scenes in the movie we'll get to that in just a second before we do though but this coming Thursday in a way also marks another fiftieth anniversary at least one I'm I'm making a claim for and I'll talk about that with Deborah Herman she's the woman that co authored the book member of the family with Diane lake she's the as told to person who shop shape the story and made it as eminently readable as it is and I can attest to that and it pretty much in one sitting but today and so we'll find out about that other anniversary talk about a book that's coming up tomorrow night in the first hour she has another book out which is also related to the Manson family murders which we'll get to in the first hour tomorrow night along with our guest tomorrow night Michael Straczynski J. Michael Straczynski is the author of becoming Superman you may know him if you're a sci fi fan more on that later but first a night of firsts and we'll find out what's coming up with George nori next that you can be a part of on coast to coast AM this is the opponent.