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"leo henry" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"The garage including dale earnhardt collar. Everything happened with that. And you told me this amazing story about you. Earn heart during the four hours of daytona. What you remember about that not. Yeah you know. I've said this before And i'll go back to when step here is in my mind when i started this team when i left felix started this team my goal was to build this team and then by by two thousand two thousand one then two thousand two thousand. Two thousand one was going to be last year. I won't drive anymore. Because i didn't want my career to overlap to deepen atoms career and back to my dad and my career where we were in the same place for so long together. The financially wasn't going to be feasible. Only one i was survive. I wanted them to survive. So that's what that's where we're at so when adams accident happened It is amazing. And i mentioned it earlier at the fans and how the fans point from fans and and people like that was amazing and it was also in some ways. It was strange to watch the way. The nascar community reacted Because i don't really think they knew what Some knew what to say our would come up and talk and some you would walk the garage area and you know they saw you. They would turn them walk away and earnhardt was one of those guys that would would come out of the bathroom and if he came out of the bathroom and saw you he would instantly go back in the bathroom or duck in between a truck so that he wouldn't have to talk to you and and it was just i mean it but then i understood that i did understand that you don't totally understood it. It's not it's not a criticism and martin was exactly the opposite. You know mark was the gal kid that would tell you what i mean so that was exactly the so it was just. It was strange to watch. But you've got to know that when another when another driver has an accident and when another driver is killed it. Each driver deals with it. Strange strange people in the first place. But i mean they deal with different so anyhow run twenty four hour race there he and i think he junior running the corvette. And i'm running with leo henry and run a little portion. We're having a good time and it was a lot of fun. One night had to be one thirty two o'clock in the morning we find ourselves. Welcome back through the garage area and welcome back to the garage area and see him and i just ran up to him and mike yeah. We're gonna talk anyway. It was no. There was no not not at that time in the morning and the in that garage. Hey doing you know what i mean. And he all but broke down and we went over and step aside his boss and the bus lot and he told me he said. I just couldn't i couldn't i didn't know what to say. I didn't know how to say it. And i didn't want to confront because i have a son that races and it hit way too close to home way too close to home and he said to the every time. I knew that i should say something. I just couldn't bring myself to say anything and it's funny that and strange that as we go back to that race for the five hundred And i'm standing in. We're standing out on the which would have been two thousand one. And we're standing out at driving introduction. Then he comes over and hugged me and there's a picture of it somewhere. Yeah and he comes and we're both crime and he's got tears in his eyes and he has the advantage because he wears sunglasses like my dad but But we were both crying and it was a very very emotional moment especially the way that race transpired But i i just don't he just couldn't He he didn't find he couldn't make peace with it. You know. I mean and that's okay because everybody deals with grief different. Everybody deals with stuff different. But in the end It's the one i remember. Probably as much more than any of them. Adams accident began a conversation about safety and as that terrible year road on. We also lost kenny. Irwin and tony roper. That brought talk about safety to a crescendo. With two very distinct and very different sides you had old school guys like dale who absolutely refused to have anything to do with the house device or even slowing the cars down and jeff burton was on the other side. He was at ground. Zero of those debates jeff the year two thousand and you have a great year. You went four races. You finished third in the point. Standings your best ever showing in the standings however the year two thousand was also a very very bad year in the sport with the loss of drivers in h of nascar's three national divisions and all of a sudden you're kind of at the forefront of this huge safety debate. And you're one of the go-to guys about safety and what you think ought to happen with seats and soft walls and hans devices and whatever. Was this something that you felt prepared for to be. That kind of spokesman that go-to guy for the press or or you may be kinda learning to be a voice in the garage as you went along latin. Go looking for that. You know what i mean. I just my the way. My brain works works against me sometimes and works for me sometimes. I'm very methodical very i like to do. I like information and with good information. I feel like i can make the decisions. I'm not a good impulse decision maker. I'm a good. If i get all the information. I feel like i make really good decisions. So a safety thing you know. I wasn't the guy in the garage by that. It was normal and some of the theories ours was hearing just made no sense to me whatsoever and so i wanted to get more information so we started my wife and i started investing in some stuff getting some information and i was hearing a lot of things that i just plain simple disagreed with and i thought that it needed to be said and It wasn't acceptable to lose adam. Petty wasn't acceptable to lose. You know any body. That wasn't acceptable and it didn't it wasn't okay to just say that's part of the sport one okay to say well. They're young and not big enough and they know that's crazy and you've got to remember. I broke my back in a car that i built in a seat that i installed seatbelts that i installed and i did them wrong so when i did that brought them back and did it wrong than what that told me was. We're responsible for what we do. We have a role in plain. So what are we doing as a sport to make it safer than it is today understanding that. It's not gonna. There's way if this was the problem. People thought i was scared when in fact i was educated if i was scared out of quit but it was stupid to say well. That's just how it is. That's a bunch of crap. Go to work and make it better and so so it wasn't right. It wasn't right that these young men were getting killed and it was. I don't wanna say being dismissed but it wasn't being addressed preach.
"leo henry" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Three D. Printing what does Jake Aldo about three thing? I know nothing all I know is that rick full up is one of the Great Human Beings I've met in my life. As a human being has technologist and as a leader of companies and I am so delighted to have my good friend, Rick Fill up on the program to talk about desktop metal. Because Wreck. Just S- packed. Desktop metal when did people start approaching you about this back? When did you and then how did you make the decision to to pick us back and explain to people just generally what is this back like just like expand the first two processes. So herb. Is Special Purpose Acquisition Company and it's a model where somebody. They call it a promoter or or a you know. Manager. The manager of a SPAC? Yeah. We'll go out and raise capital and build a build the a strategy around I didn't and go and find a company or they can go in a choir after the the stack is a public realistic company. So I, you raise capital, you put enough trust you pay Some small interests return to to those investors and in that that manager will go out in search for a period of a year or two years or whatever period is he'll go search for a company and so that there's approximately thirty billion dollars worth of capital in the market right now. An increase from last year an increase from the year before It's been a while since this has existed in the past the people that. Did back. Race does Fakher also known as a blank check company. There were quite rare and and You didn't see. You didn't see high quality folks attached to them. What's really changed is since math got involved, he has raised the quality of the people that are doing it and you have people. Now that are very high quality managers are. Executing the strategies you've got people like marks data dragonair was extremely high quality The person you have bill bill is that his name up bill ackman is very been very successful his you've got the. Range of very successful folks that are. Put together these. Roger Freight in who is the vice. Chairman Honeywell is. Back, and there's there's. A pull up a chart right now should we? We actually have a chart of this? The number of spags created now is We had a big debt obviously after the financial crisis, but now we're at a peak. Nick is that eighty-one their? eighty-one specs this year have been created and we're only halfway through the year. So I'M GONNA. Assume that's going to double I don't know is that is that twenty what you're at their neck set two thousand eighteen. That's twenty twenty with eighty one. So this thing is going to get more momentum and probably ends the year over one, hundred, twenty I'm going to guess right now there's one hundred ten back for for deals and La The. The reality is that around him, you know there are specific to a segment and you gotta find somebody that is a matchmaking process. So you'll get a board member with it. In our case, we're really lucky to have a partner Leo Henry. He was the fellow that Leo history when he did land systems back in the day. Actually he he did TCI and the broadband and. Henry yes. Yes. Yes. Sorry. I was thinking about another one Leo Spiegel. was sorry way there's a lot of Leo's going around those industry. So that's fantastic. So you find high quality manager he says, I want to be involved and he brings cash in his back whatever's in the trust and so now it's not like an IPO. Trust, the cash has to sticking the trust the people that are investors in this back after like the you know they have a proxy boat ride before the mergers flows and in in order to back up the dealing kiss redemptions you race what's called a pipe which investment in Public Antiquity Equity Equity? Yeah. So. that. That is. Where you get the mutual funds in a long only investors. Participate in the deal so you have the capital was raised in the SPEC at once plus the capital that comes from the pipe. And together, they form the full deal that gets announced and the pipe allows you to have a much higher quality group of investors that add to the value of the of the total offering so and you get to select them. So that is like the original IPO process. It's sort of like skimming the cream of door number one you get to say, Hey, I want fidelity I want I want this bank for whatever reason. Our. Board was the allocation committee. We literally had were super oversubscribed in we sat down and said this guy in this guy and this Gal in this fund and that fund. And Those are the folks that. Can actually give him a a meaningful position so that they could build a a A longer longer position in the company of that. That's a unique feature of this of this approach. That's yet another benefit. Our guest today spent five years at Apple and one hundred, fifty days in world warcraft I kid you not. If you have all the mittens and may even be more now, we'll find out. And he worked. In visual design at Apple On the team and led the design team for Apple TV actually. So here a little bit about that, and his company is Caffeine TV. He's a lifelong hacker from down under welcome to the PODCAST and Puran. Thank you Jason. I'm really excited to chat with you today really appreciate it. What did you learn inside of Apple? What makes that company when you look back on your five years because I know you there for four years and they they actually give you credit for that year of when you started child which I thought was interesting to me. It's the five year. Mark is pretty special to give you that Nice certificate signed by Steve. Jobs for I don't know if you could get jobs would have passed on.
"leo henry" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"It's working hard I. One hundred investments a year and I am just very lucky to have developed a friendship with rick full up and you get that phone call from somebody on his level and you just say, where do I send the check and I was lucky enough to be able to put a small bat on desktop metal and I long the company. When I get my shares I'm holding come telling people right now I don't know how this works when I get them distributed. We'll talk about that now here in the third. Segment but. I'm long rick fill up and I'm long desktop metal. I am an interested Party disclaimer disclaimer disclaimer When did people start approaching you about this back? When did you and then how did you make the decision to pick back and explain to people just generally what is this back like just like you expand the first two processes. So. The back is special purpose acquisition company and it's a model where somebody. Nicole it a promoter or a you know. Manager. Manager of a SPEC, we'll go out and race capital and build a build a strategy around and go and find a company or they can go in a acquire after the the stock is a public company. So you raise capital, you put enough trust you pay Some, you know small interest return to do those investors and and that that manager will go out and search for a period of a year or two years or whatever period is he'll go search for a company. And so that that there's approximately thirty billion dollars worth of back capital in the market right now. you know an increase from last year increase from the year before It's been a while since this has existed in the past that people that. Data's back race this backward in also known as a blank check company there were quite rare and and You didn't see. You didn't see high quality folks attached to them. What's really changed is since dramatic got involved, he has raised the quality of the people that are doing it and you have people now that that are. Very high quality managers. Executing the strategies you've got people like data dragonair who's extremely high quality person you have bill bill permit said his name but bill ackman is a very been very successful Yup. If got the. So there is a range of a very successful folks that are. Put. Together these Roger Fraydon who is the vice chairman of Honeywell is packing there's there's A pull up a chart right now should we? We actually have a chart of this? The number of spags created now is We had a big step obviously after the financial crisis, but now we're at peak. Nick is that eighty-one? Their eighty-one specs this year have been created and we're only halfway through the year. So I'M GONNA assume that's going to double. I don't know is that twenty what year is that there twenty eighteen? That's twenty twenty with eighty one show. This thing's going to get more momentum and probably end the year over one hundred, twenty I'm going to guess right now there's one hundred ten facts for for deals and The. The reality is that. You know there are specific to a segment and you've got to find somebody that is a matchmaking process. So you get a board member with it. In our case, we're really lucky to partner Leo Henry, he was the fellow that Leo. He did land systems back in the day. Actually he bid. To Ci an atheist broadband and Henry yes. Yes. Yes. Sorry. About another one spiegel. was that. A lot of going around the industry. So that's fantastic. So you find a high quality manager. He says I want to be involved and he brings how much cash in his back. In the trust and so now it's not like an IPO. Trust the cash has to stick in the trust. The people that are investors have to like the you know they. They can have a proxy boat ride before the mergers flows. and. then. In order to backstop the dealing kissers redemptions, you raise what's called A. which arrived investment in public antiquity hectic equity yeah. So. That that is. Where you get the mutual funds in a long only investors ooh, participate in the deal. So you have the capital was raised in this back at once plus the capital that comes from the pipe. And together, they formed the full deal that gets announced and the pipe. Allows you to have a much higher quality group of investors that add add to the value of the of the of the total offering. So when you get to select them so that is like the original IPO process. It's sort of like skimming the cream door number one you get to say, Hey, I, want fidelity I want Goldman I want this bank for whatever reason. Our Board was the allocation committee. We literally were super oversubscribed in we sat down and said this guy and this guy and this Gal in this fund and that fund law in. Those are the folks that you can actually give him a meaningful position so that they could build a. A long long term position in the company and that that's a unique feature of this of this approach. That's yet another benefit. Now tell me about the timeframe because I have been researching this. Because I have been approached. Concerning your advice. To spec what I do as an angel investor with the syndicate, DOT COM and I. Think. It's a brilliant idea but I'm GonNa put that aside my personal consultation with the until we get to the end but what is the timeframe from when Leo contact you and you're like, okay, here we go. Leo This is a big name I'm sure everybody else on the top this contacted you from what he contacts you to Wednesday you know August twenty six when this thing is announced what's timeframe like? So before you do any of this. You you spend two years making sure that your company's public ready. Ran To find what that means public ready means what. I. Mean. You have to have PCA OBE compliant financials. You have to have your audit's done just like a regular cup company going public all that work needs to happen. You can't just flip a switch and then you're like. I mean you have a significant mental? We're really lucky our finance.
"leo henry" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us
"Like former soul cycle. Ceo Melanie Wheeling and cable. A media. Legend Leo Henry. The podcast is hosted by Colbert Cannon. He's a managing director at HP S. investment partners he interviews guess to find out how top business leaders got to where they are today and how those experiences help them drive value creation going forward. The audio quality is excellent. The content is great. I think you will enjoy this. Podcast you can subscribe to the hps cast now for free on apple podcast spotify or wherever you listen. That's a letter H. P. S. CAST. The HPS cast give it a try the way that. I invest in closed and fines when we are in a market environment like we are currently. I will go to C. E. F. CONNECT DOT COM. I'LL GO TO THE PRICING TAB. Backed open to tabs on my browser. The first tab I'll just go to that pricing tap and I'll sort by discount and that Aso and look at which particular closed in funds are selling at the biggest discount. And then the other TAB. I'll look at specific closed end funds that might be selling at a big discount to net s avail. Now if you do this frequently enough over a period of months or years you get used to that different. Holdings there's probably several dozen closed end funds. I have owned over the last ten years or so. Some of my favorite sponsors are big time. Investment Managers Blackrock New Wien Kalomo Cohen Steers Pimco. Double Line Templeton. I like closed and funds from those sponsors because the fees tend to be lower one of the considerations is what is the expense ratio that the fund sponsors charging to manage the asset closed end fund management fees are high ridiculously high.
"leo henry" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"So that's why that's where we're at so when atoms accident happened It is amazing and I mentioned it earlier at the fans and how the fans dow point from fans and people like that was amazing and it was also in some ways. It was strange to watch the way the NASCAR community reacted Because I don't really think they knew what some knew what to say our would come up and talk and some you would walk through the garage area and you know they saw you turn and walk away and Earnhardt was one of those guys that would would come out of the bathroom and if he came out of the bathroom and saw you he would instantly go back in the bathroom or duck in between a truck so that he wouldn't have to talk to you and and it was just I mean but that and I understood that I did understand that totally understood it. It's not it's not a criticism and Mark Martin was exactly the opposite. You know mark was a gala kid they would tell you know. I mean so that was exactly the so it was just. It was strange to watch. But you gotTa know that when another when another driver has an accident and when another driver is killed it. Each driver deals with it destroyed. Drivers are strange people in the first place but now I mean they deal with different. So anyhow we're running twenty four hour race there he and I think he and junior running the corvette And I'm running with Leo. Henry run a little portion. We're having a good time and it was a lot fun. One night had to be one thirty. Two o'clock in the morning we find ourself. Welcome back through the garage area and welcome back to the garage area and I see him and I just ran up to and I'm like yeah we're GonNa tell me why are you doing. Yeah it was. It was not at that time in the morning and in that garage. Hey doing you know what I mean. And you know. And he all but broke down and we went over and step aside his boss And the bus lot and he told me he said I just couldn't I couldn't I didn't know what to say. I didn't know how to say it and I didn't WanNa confronted because I have a son that races and it hit way too close to home way too close to home and he said to the every time. I knew that I should say something. I just couldn't bring myself to say anything and it's funny that strange that as we go back to that race for the five hundred And I'm standing and we're standing out on Which would have been two thousand one? And we're standing out at Dr Introduction. Then he comes over and hugged me and there's a picture of it somewhere and he comes and we're both crime and he's got tears in his eyes And he has the advantage because he wears sunglasses like my dad but But we were both crying and it was very very emotional moment especially the way that race transpired but I just don't he just couldn't he didn't find he couldn't make peace with it. You know what I mean. And that's Okay. You know because everybody deals with grief different. Everybody deals with stuff different. But in the end it's the one I remember. Probably as much more than any of them cow with all that being said before we started recording. I think you were spending some time with this new little boy it would overton with Overton. What does having him to? Your life is different to ask the question. Did you ever expect no? I don't hold on let let's go back. Let's go back. Let's go back to this question. Cow You went to Daytona and you've never been in a race car before what what was that all about. You know what I mean. So in the true essence of who he is and the way he's lived his life while whatnot have kid okay. I mean it fits like a glove. You mean to somebody else you look at it and you think well that's strange but you look at anything. Yeah that's about right that's about right. I tell you what it does do. And we've all been through this when when because our younger days are behind us but when you're young and we'll go back to eighteen and ten foot tall and invincible and when you're young life is all about you all about true. How much money can make. How many girls can I'm press? How many fast cars can I have? What can I do? You Know Me Me Okay. I I think you get to a place eventually. You get to a place where you're just not chasing the world. You know what I mean. You're just not chasing it and then when you have a child in the world comes back to you you don't have to chase it so I think the importance of what time is and given time and being able to spend time is totally different and obviously You Know Austin Montgomery or older and have grandkids and but I look back and sometimes You're almost you almost you do the best you can for your kids and did the best. I could for Adam and Austin Montgomery lay but then you look at Overton. It's like it's totally different. I never gave Austin in Montgomery Lee enough time because you were out. Busting Your Butt trying to make eleven right and you know. It's that old stupid saying where you know. You should have wisdom and money when you're young so that so you can do that for your kids. You know what I mean because you realize that when you're older that it's it's just it's totally different. So he he and Morgan both are have been a huge hilling part and a huge bright spot in my life for sure is. They're going to come a point where he starts to play ball or act or saying or whatever that you might consider getting off the road or national be tagging along. Now you've just tag that's the way you know what it's funny because And and I've said this a thousand times bear. Bryant was football coach and when they fired and they sent him home he sat down the chair and he passed away. Yeah because he didn't have football anymore and Richard. Petty was racecar driver who went to the racetrack every weekend and one day. They told him you can't race but you can still go racetrack. And I honestly believe. That's the only thing that keeps him. Alive is if you told Richard. Petty couldn't go back to the race track. I think he'd sit down the chair and it just pass away and we go back to your question to me which was how you know. Who Do you remember racing? You mean just always been a part of my life so for me it is. I can't imagine not going somewhere. I guess you heard this in the past and I had electric perpetuated. You are raising renaissance man. A man all talents you think about that do you know. Here's what think seeing and I love the way you put it as a renaissance man because my dad and puts it jack-of-all-trades master of none that constitute Renaissance Man. Didn't that is me up one side and down you don't want it is and I have said this. I've said this my whole life. You know this because we talked is. I don't my dad's eighty two eighty three and I don't WanNa be eighty three and look back and say you know man. One time I had a chance to do that and I didn't. I WANNA be that Guy. That has the widest legs in the nursing home. That's my first goal and be looks back and says remember that time. I wrote a ball in Texas. I met Tom. I jumped out of an airplane. Remember that time open for Hank junior or you did you did say you know what I mean. Remember that that's that's who I wanna be because you only get one shot so if you only get one shot did you guys take the most with you and you gotta live the most I just not. I've never been the knock has always been focused on one thing. I could never focus on one thing. I was always off doing a million things and I'll be sixty this year and that's not changed. Hey.
"leo henry" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show
"Yourself. You need an audience. So this gets you to work. That muscle of billion audience building a A customer base converting people into your funnel converting people to customers and selling them. Whatever you have to offer the skills you'RE GONNA learn in selling a white little product are transferable to your own product? Your own businesses always can had to the business you add products and add innovations alongside siding product. You're selling there's one thing you do need to answer and you're GonNa have to speak to the actual parent product about this but one day you just want to. You know fold and go home and retire whatever you want to do this business anymore. What about these users that are using this product now You don't want to serve them anymore. You WanNa deal with him anymore. Can you hand them over to them and say hey can you take on my clients can you. You know by my business or take it off my hands. What do you do if you want to stop doing this? Business Change You know trajectories WANNA change businesses and if you change your mind find out what kind of agreement you can strike with the parent company. You don't want to leave these customers hanging because because you want to keep the audience you want to get the audience happy because you could take that with you ever other business or produce in the future guys more on today's topic but before or that let me give love to. Today's sponsor support for today show comes from. HP CAST podcast getting to be one of the most successful credit investment firms firms in the world doesn't happen in a vacuum the HPS cast is a new podcast from leading global investment firm HP which features discussions on how to create value for your clients nights and your employees the H. Cass. 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Let's wrap up today's lesson. White little products are a great option. I really want to emphasize quality is really important. A great quality product it gives you a framework framework to build a business around and to market and sell a product that you believe in in One that is marketable because it works. And it's really good and the describe selling the product is it's something in between of being an affiliate and being the actual product owner. Why because you're building a brand you're building a business around this product and you're not just referring people like an affiliate but at the same time it's not your product That you invented that you created. It's it's sort of like you're reselling the product for a profit and by the way most businesses artha look at Amazon. They're selling all these products. There's look at Ebay look at Walmart. You're look a whole foods all these companies. All these stores sell products. They don't make but the umbrella the brand is the store name that you walk into the store name the visit online so it's similar in that way. Thanks so much for listening. Today's episode was helpful. If it was let me know on I tunes rating and review. We read every single review review and by leaving this review. Enter weekly random draw. We called free ride Friday. Listen on Friday to see if he won. Access to one of our lifetime memberships to one of more courses. Also don't forget the hit subscribe by hitting subscribe. You get the Knicks episode. Once it's available on your device that also gives you access free free access to over. Fourteen hundred business lessons are archives all the episodes that we have to get access to that. It's a hit subscribe right now. And Ron every platform whether it's itunes or radio or spotify overcast or Himalayas. Were all before I go on a leave you with this. If you're looking to build the business on the side signed Selling away low product is actually a good one because it doesn't require as much time because you're not managing a huge team a product team and engineering team to make it happen. It gives you time to just focus on sales and marketing and service. And you could do that in the evenings on the weekends as you're building out this business is a good starter business or business that you can make some money on the side while you're in a nine to five. Thanks so much for listening and I'll check you in tomorrow's episode for Yard Right. I'll see you then take.
"leo henry" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"leo henry" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Right right it was a couple of months i think i'm trying to remember why i suspended done and maybe i've now got it repressed and don has repressed because all those years that i would see don he never he never cornered me about it you know and i've been cornered in the past guys i i'll give you a good example of that in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight semaphore and parted company i my non compete had expired and we were in trouble when you think about it at that point we had lost a lot of our pay per view and that was about seventy eight percent of our revenue i remember we flew to to denver bob meyrowitz john mccarthy and i flew to denver to meet with leo henry the head of us choice request to show him the new rules to show in the rule evolution and to basically get his support that this would not be posed and it was so by early late nineteen ninety seven early nineteen ninety eight my non compete expired i was thinking about moving on and i was hired by master issue in japan to bring k one to america and i had done some interviews at the point being supportive of k one and i think some of the fans were a little unhappy see with me who comes to me a number of years later in a california athletic commission meeting i hadn't seen him in a few years was big john mccarthy a spies me across the room and big john you know he kinda shrugs his shoulders he does that whole neck rolling thing and he comes over to me a points his finger my jesse said i've been wanting to talk to you for a couple of years and man he gave it to me and he asked me what i didn't why and i told him and i said john i was wrong apologized and john brace me at that point but he john was one of the few people who julia come to me and say you know something you messed up and i and i'm wondering i want to let you know about it so you know when you look back in history there's those fingerpointing didn't grabbed the shirt and throw you against the wall or nobody junk george john's picked you up as paul is.
"leo henry" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And then lyrics in the saarc now the first thing we're looking at here is next price and really of egypt's philosophy and background which he brings to writing lyrics for the songs and would it says there's songs have always been man's anna dining against tyranny and terror the artist is on the side of humanity from the time that he was born a hundred years ago in the dire depths of poverty that only the lower east side in manhattan could have win the russian jews about two million of got up out of the russian shuttles than gaydos and the courageous floods came over here and and settled in that area well we now know is it because the village and you have new property deeply and he quoted bernard shaw as saying that that show of poverty never leave your bones and it what is the basis of via understanding of life struggle new let's go back to how you've got his start guarding the words that are very early age interested in poetry and used to go the african can square library to read and the lybrands just fed him these things then he got hooked on now every one of the english poets and uh that's passed leo henry the ending you always had a little great ending at the end of each is and he got out w has gilbert the babb's ballot and then when he went to towns in high school they had them sitting in the seats by alphabetical order so was h gershwin was g iris that next day your park the in with a babb where ballots at ira who is very shy at harley spoke to anybody suddenly lit up and say do you like those that they got into a conversation and ira density and others music to that and he had said now he said well come on so they went to the irish her which is sacred dandenault toasty with upper vx poverty at eleven didn't see and they had of the troll though which is like having a hugh hewitt today played acms painter for a year puts his bats lowered my feeling of having for the volatile because i was president yes the two aw dallas nate solder so.
"leo henry" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The tax plan my patriarch patriotic louis bears colon congress to preserve the estate tax and here's the press release abolishing the estate tax would be unseemly and irresponsible argue members of patriotic millionaires in an open letter to president trump and members of congress several hundred inaugural sliders including a hundred thirty people who will personally overstate acts call on congress to drop the idea finals include robert crandall the former chairman of american airlines all of high up former ceo of stride right leo henry jr a former see your at t and many more youth the argument is your fraction of the wealthiest americans starting at five point four nine million for an individual in almost eleven billion dollars for a couple actually pay the estate tax fewer than one in five hundred household nail all the tax despite this tax only affecting extremely wealthy americans the president of congress have decided this repeal is important enough to including the recently released tax plan there are arguments is this my kids will uh should not inherit this because this is money they did not earth what about leaving the family four to generation upon generation upon generation and what about people whether you what whether you want and if it's your choice that you don't want your siblings or your children to inherit state kiswa there are two hundred and fifty three thousand six hundred seventy two lawyers in this country give or take a few million that will actually grow up in a state planned for you so that your children or siblings your spouse or anybody else or your employs don't get any of your estate that's your choice but what about those one five hundred household that will pave a state turks who want to leave the family form to family that do want to leave the family business o two family this is the insanity that now pervades our culture that somehow wealthy americans should be taxed more and should be prevented from passing.