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"leslie word" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Me. 50 years I worked in my says half for they wanted to keep me just the summer of coal. Help her. Find Sholem. What I can do now, Little bosses like Frank Adams and big boss is like a super I made you guys breaking work here. Hi. From the boss. Now I'm the boss. Say no, No, it's a skrill. Miss Freddie there. They still can't explain to your kid after I get a camera. I've got to take some pictures of this. Demon Minor. I can see my heavy powder accounts for the guy having a white face in that dirty mind, Casey, But how did he make his cheek? So what? I was simple and he was an old kid trick stuffed a couple of wallets in his mind which, of course, our cheeks, widened his mouth and started his voice. But when Casey hit him very coughed him out. There's one more thing the sound of that giant pick your ready made that sound by bumping a rock drill against a wall that we have luck in trusting that case at all. But you know any since it was your powder puff that I found in that, Cole, I I can't understand why Eddie made that risky attempt to kill us. He had no reason to believe that we had any evidence on we didn't have what? I'm a lot detective or everything that I did was based on that powder puff. I have a confession to make. I found my powder puff in my coat pocket. I didn't even take it in the mine. You didn't. You didn't know what this stuff I hear about a small time I called Sherlock Hole. Crime photographer starring Stop Scott's worth a specie Teachers Miss Leslie words as Anne and John Gibson is up abroad. Eddie was played by Ted Osborne. This is CBS, the Columbia Broadcasting System. From March of 1947. There's Casey, crime photographer with.
"leslie word" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast
"And she realized, you know this isn't a good day to have this conversation she postponed it to the next day and so. I think to help a woman have the kind of conversations. She needs some prep work and it's important that she takes the time to do that meanwhile though she can begin to educate herself, get stronger and work on those four core things honesty openness to growth I'm going to be responsible for my own reactions and respectful to my husband without dishonoring myself and I'm going to be empathic I. feel bad for the man he is right now but I'm not going to enable him to continue to stay there. That's an powerful advice and encouragement for anyone in the dysfunctional abusive relationship in. It's our prayer that those marriages can be turned around and transformed by God's Love Forgiveness and grace, and now maybe you've been challenged by Leslie's words today, there's something going on. In your life where you're falling short and not treating your spouse the way you should if so you need to deal with that and get some help through your church and Accountability Group or even professional counseling in. If you're the victim of what we've been describing today I, urge you to get help right away. That's my focus on the family is here to provide tools and resources for families and for you if you need them, we've got our team of Christian counselors and they can give you Bible based truth for your situation. So don't delay God wants to heal your heart, your spouse and your marriage. So contact us today to get started our number's eight, hundred, a family eight. Hundred the letter a in the word family or check the episode notes to learn more and I want to recommend Leslie's book the emotionally destructive marriage to you as well. This is such an important message for the Christian community and we can send a copy to you when you send a gift to focus on the family for any amount. That's our way of saying thank you for partnering with us to rescue hurting marriages and offer God's hope to these couples working together we can make a difference in their lives joined the support team and help us help marriages across the globe. When you call eight hundred, the letter A. and the word family or check the episode notes for details. COMING UP NEXT TIME DEBORAH GAY describes how trusting God can help you overcome your anxiety. We can do it through Chrysler strength in us, and so that's what we gotta do decide was have a peaceful atmosphere I'm GonNa Guard. On behalf of gym daily the entire team. Thanks for joining us today four focus on the family. I'm John Fuller inviting you back as we once more help your family thrive in Christ. Man I knew my marriage is falling apart. I just didn't know how to fix it i. felt like I would always be alone even if I stayed married at focus on the family's hope restored marriage intensive we offer hope to couples in crisis so they can have the marriage they've always dreamed of for the first time I felt like my husband truly heard me I received some great tools from the counselor sort of changed my life and my marriage to begin the journey of finding health go to hope restored. DOT, com today..
"leslie word" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show
"Cpt. Chicago's Progressive Talk Well, most of us have been stuck inside for three months and I know that this new living arrangement for my wife and I really isn't working out that well, because she's used to me traveling at least two to three days a week. Like so many of you. This quarantine certainly is a stress on our personal relationships many forecast when? When this is over, divorces will go up and new births will actually go down here to help talk about new strategies. It's Leslie Neil. WHO's a lawyer in Hausner montigny-le? She dedicated her legal practice to helping women snuck in horrible situations effectively navigate their divorce and achieve financial independence. Leslie, welcome to the show hey barry. Thank you so much for having me. I think my wife would describe her situation right now. As a horrible situation, she says the reason our marriage works is your days a week. Well L. When you think about it. Most people for the get married in the NEAT. They're both working five days a week and really spending evenings and weekends together, and now we're spending twenty, four seven together with our spouses, and that can bring out the best of a in US or the worst. So I think. They'll go ahead. You know it's really interesting to me. Because during these kinds of economic downturns, you never know if you're gonNA, come out on the good side the bad side, but I would think that being divorced attorney businesses guy be good. Well, you know divorce is always going to be there and I really thinks through the pandemic that it's not because of the pandemic or coded which I feel is more like a symptom like the extramarital affair. I feel that. If you are contemplating divorce before the pandemic. Then maybe being together all the all these months has solidified that decision, or maybe it's changed your mind. Maybe. You've discovered new things about your spouse that you really didn't know before because you weren't spending twenty four seven together. So, you really think Leslie that can work to the opposite direction whereas you're spending more time together. You're discovering like a new love for that person. I really was going on here. Well, you know I can say that. My spouse is also my business partner. We do different things, but I'm not used to him being around twenty four seven, so we've come together and I've learned a few things from an in business. I've learned some of his tricks of the trade, and what makes sense successful and I tried to take away the positive as opposed to taking away. We'll that really annoys me that he does that like I. Didn't know he did that because we. We don't know our spouses all day long especially if we've been with them for a long time. So you don't believe that there's necessarily going to be a spike in divorces. It's just like when we open up again. The people that were kind of on the down are going to continue on that down and call you and the people that were really good. This quarantine isn't GonNa make worse. I don't I think it will be a spike because people were stunted in the process when the pandemic hit the courts closed, so we couldn't have a lot of filings. On and I think going forward that now that the courts have reopened, we're going to see a wave of people filing divorces or moving the process forward, and yes I do think there'll be a tiny percentage of people that realize during the pandemic that this was not what they wanted to the rest of their lives, but it's something they've probably already contemplating so in your practice Leslie, do you ever help couples? Reconcile or once they get to you. They're Kinda too far gone. Well had couples come to me that I've often looked at Ted. Wiring getting a divorce and as having an adversary on the other side, another lawyer we'll both say. Why are they getting a divorce? Because they seem like they should be together and there have been few couples over the years that have reconciled when they realized that the unhappiness wasn't with each other, but maybe where they were personally in their life. Sanitize salaciously. What do you suggest in those situations? Maybe we can learn something from that if maybe we're a little bit edgy being in quarantine. Well, I think you need to take a pause and take a step back I. Think you really need to look inward, and do some self inventory, and say to yourself am I really unhappy with this person I fell in love with Navy had children with now spending ten fifteen twenty years with, or maybe is it really my life that I'm reflecting upon my staff's? Because maybe I'd give up a lot. Maybe I'd given up a career or job to the. The homemaker, and maybe I'm really unhappy with me. And maybe when you figure out your true wants and needs from that perspective, then you could say well. It's not going to change if I stay with my spouse so I do want to move on, or maybe he'll say you know what I'm going to change. Who I am and my behavior and then navy. I can stay in my marriage and going that love again that I had in the first place. A lot of small business owners don't realize how much divorce really will impact their business. How should they start thinking about that, Leslie? Well if you're a business owner and you're married, and you haven't planned to separate your assets prior to marriage and depending on how deeply involved you are in your marriage, and how you use your profits from Your Business, you really have to have a conversation with your spouse a Franklin, because if you both are on the same page of splitting up, then if that business is your only financial asset for the both of you, then you need to come together as a team to keep that a strongest possible so that you walk, do both walk away with as much as possible. One of the things I think a lot of small business owners Leslie. Word about is that if they do split up, their spouse then becomes well. There's nothing their spouse anymore becomes their business partner. while. I really think that's going to depend on the business and that really never works out unless your spouse works in the. So, what will happen is the spouse that wants to continue at the business will have to form some sort of financial, perhaps by out for the other, south and separate I believe in clean breaks. Because if you go into move on, you need to be able to align cleanly. Both both spouses on either side, and if the business is coming to an end, and maybe it's time to sell. Then you will figure out a sale price appropriate end. What a split that would be appropriate based on everything else you might have. What about situations, where someone has a business, they get married and they asked their spouse to sign something that says hey, if we split up, you've got to sell your stock. And of course we'll go through something whatever evaluation those kinds of things work. Okay won't those things can work? I have had clients come to me after being married, and maybe had an inkling that the marriage lasts forever and we've done what's called post nuptial agreements after they've been married on, and it works out that it benefits both spouses because you define the finances, even though you're already married, you define and agree to what you will do. SHOULD YOU SPLIT UP? You put disagreement in motion. You filed so it's a legal document, and then day calms that. If you you use, do, split up. You both are obligated to went.
"leslie word" Discussed on The Small Business Radio Show
"Chicago's Progressive Talk Well, most of us have been stuck inside for three months, and I know that this new living arrangement for my wife and I really isn't working out that well, because she's used to me traveling at least two to three days a week. Like so many of you. This quarantine certainly is a stress on our personal relationships many forecast when? When this is over, divorces will go up and new births will actually go down here to help talk about new strategies. It's Leslie Neil who's a lawyer. In Hausner montigny-le. She dedicated her legal practice to helping women snuck in horrible situations effectively navigate their divorce and achieve financial independence. Leslie, welcome to the show hey barry, thank you so much for having me. I think my wife would describe her situation right now. As a horrible situation, she says the reason our marriage works is your days a week. Well, L. When you think about it. Most people for the get married in the NEAT. They're both working five days a week and really spending evenings and weekends together, and now we're spending twenty, four seven together with our spouses, and that can bring out the best of a in US or the worst. So I think. They'll go ahead. You know it's really interesting to me because during these kinds of economic downturns, you never know if you're gonNA. Come out on the good side the bad side, but I would think that being divorced attorney businesses guy be good. Well you know. Divorce is always going to be there and I really thinks through the pandemic that it's not because of the pandemic or coded which I feel is more like a symptom like the extramarital affair. I feel that. If you are contemplating divorce before the pandemic, then maybe being together all the all these months has solidified that decision, or maybe it's changed your mind. Maybe. You've discovered new things about your spouse that you really didn't know before because you weren't spending twenty four seven together. So you really think Leslie. That can work to the opposite direction whereas you're spending more time together, you're discovering. A new love for that person. I really was going on here. Well. You know I can say that. My spouse is also my business partner. We do different things, but I'm not used to him being around twenty four seven, so we've come together and I've learned a few things from an in business I've learned some of his tricks of the trade, and what makes sense successful and I tried to take away the positive as opposed to taking away. We'll that really annoys me that he does that like I didn't know he did that because we. We don't know our spouses all day long especially if we've been with them for a long time. So you don't believe that there's necessarily going to be a spike in divorces. It's just like when we open up again. The people that were kind of on the down are going to continue on that down and call you and the people that were really good. This quarantine isn't GonNa make worse. I. Don't I think it will be a spike because people were stunted in the process when the pandemic hit the courts closed, so we couldn't have a lot of filings. On and I think going forward that now that the courts have reopened, we're going to see a wave of people filing divorces or moving the process forward, and yes, I do think there'll be a tiny percentage of people that realize during the pandemic that this was not what they wanted to the rest of their lives, but it's something. They've probably already contemplating so in your practice Leslie. Do you ever help couples? Reconcile or once they get to you. They're Kinda too far gone. Well had couples come to me that I've often looked at Ted. Wiring getting a divorce and as having an adversary on the other side, another lawyer we'll both say. Why are they getting a divorce? Because they seem like they should be together and there have been few couples over the years that have reconciled when they realized that the unhappiness wasn't with each other, but maybe where they were personally in their life. Sanitize salaciously. What do you suggest in those situations? Maybe we can learn something from that if maybe we're a little bit edgy being in quarantine. Well I think you need to take a pause and take a step back I think you really need to look inward, and do some self inventory, and say to yourself am I really unhappy with this person I fell in love with Navy had children with now spending ten fifteen twenty years with, or maybe is it really my life that I'm reflecting upon my staff's? Because maybe I'd give up a lot. Maybe I'd given up a career or job to the. The homemaker and maybe I'm really unhappy with me, and maybe when you figure out your true wants and needs from that perspective. Then you could say well. It's not going to change if I stay with my spouse, so I do want to move on, or maybe he'll say you know what I'm going to change who I am and my behavior and then Navy I can stay in my marriage and find that love again. That I had in the first place. A lot of small business owners don't realize how much divorce really will impact their business. How should they start thinking about that? Leslie. Well if you're a business owner and you're married, and you haven't planned to separate your assets prior to marriage and depending on how deeply involved you are in your marriage, and how you use your profits from Your Business, you really have to have a conversation with your spouse. A Franklin, because if you both are on the same page of splitting up, then if that business is your only financial asset for the both of you, then you need to come together as a team to keep that a strongest possible so that you walk, do both walk away with as much as possible. One of the things I think a lot of small business owners Leslie word about is that. If they do split up, their spouse then becomes well. There's nothing their spouse anymore becomes their business partner. While I really think that's going to depend on the business, and that really never works out a your spouse works in the. So what will happen is the spouse that wants to continue at the business will have to form some sort of financial, perhaps by out for the other, south and separate I believe in clean breaks. Because if you go into move on, you need to be able to align cleanly. Both both spouses on either side, and if the business is coming to an end, and maybe it's time to sell. Then you will figure out a sale price appropriate end. What a split that would be appropriate based on everything else you might have. What about situations where someone has a business? They get married and they asked their spouse to sign something that says hey, if we ever split up, you've got to sell your stock. And of course we'll go through something whatever evaluation those kinds of things work. Okay, won't those things can work I have had clients come to me after being married, and maybe had an inkling that the marriage lasts forever and we've done what's called post nuptial agreements after they've been married on, and it works out that it benefits both spouses because you define the finances, even though you're already married, you define and agree to what you will do. SHOULD YOU SPLIT UP? You put disagreement in motion. You filed so it's a legal document, and then day calms that. If you you use, do, split up. You both are obligated to went.
"leslie word" Discussed on CCC Talks
"That did you have right now and the only way to actually run that is to externalize it and once you have one hundred times your current. It then you. You're pretty easily understand. Dan that has no way that you can run back in your data center again. It's basic and and the fact that we're industrializing. It an impressive it ended scale is is what a lot of people fail to understand. And and that's I guess one of the more fundamental Things that people don't know no. It's like stand bag eve. I don't know big. This is going to be. It's it's it's on president at scale. That's that's totally impossible. Impossible to ruin in in your own data center however big it is yes. I love that phrase industrializing it. I think that's where we are. You've got this idea of commodity to declare that kind of stuff which is great. We've moved on but it's it's not just cloud now. It's all the technologies and services that are built on top of the industrialization of it. A massive exchange I see this beyond the it. Of course. Am I mean. I is researched for for many many years. Already it's about. The adult technology comes in to make this ferry good one line or indices AC- courses like even within the it we we don't know and there was this phrase like If if cloud is an instrument that devops engineers musician underplays it but it's it's valid even within it. We still are surprised by all the promises that it holds and Tokyo is needs to learn to play the new instruments and new cloud as an entire. I like that you're Malaika. devops is the musician. So who's going to look to be the conductor. Will that be the service management folks. Are Somebody else was the business yeah. It's the world's roles in place which is also working. You wait of acting. I point because Sir I think it also talks to one really common misunderstanding. That that cloud is about a about putting your stuff and somebody else's computer de Folks you can do on your own but you have to adopt a cloud frame of mind so actually run devops and you'll find out that you have a choice rather thrown out on your own though somewhat awesome where else but devops really fundamentally requires cloud characteristics. And then we're not necessarily talking about Tammuz owner or Google ruined that on although if you scale it up then it will but that's a different story. Yeah and finish. I think what you're saying to your point appear that yeah yeah. I think you're quite right. The business should be the conductor of this This new music my personal view is the IT Department or function should be part of that business groups. That's condoning not be the way round. I am I think that that's a missed points at the moment that Rit leading in this this conversation in their organizations are the are they not I see is that they still don't understand these technologies from a business perspective from service perspective from all chains that we're talking about they're still looking at is technology which I think isn't the right way to go about it today. Peter are you said we're industrializing. It like the car. I have no idea how my car works but I know how to drive it and it gets me to places value. That means something to me a nice car four because one of the metaphors that I use for cloud is the car manufacturing industry where are like like even a large car manufacturer doesn't even know the details of some of the technical components that are in there because they've outsourced it you some other or company that does the engineering production of that. Eighty percent of devalue of car is not produced by the car manufacturers. But it's outsourced and this is the way we develop or we will be developing. It any it department. If they're lucky will be twenty percent and definitely not the eighty percent but maybe they're the unlucky. Then somebody else in the company will be percent and they will be yes I into maintaining old legacy stuff and then sort of girl than indic- off and let's not metaphors but there are organizations who kind of using Uber's rather than the carpools and there are all focused springing up in the sales department that will blissfully unaware of I forgot undercover. I take that call it. Don't they were you know. The cells often deployed some marketing. The solution that's cloud based they don't think of it as cloud. I think of it as the thing that they used to manage their customers. Cloud base solution an IT. I hopefully. They're on top of that. But they can be Leslie Word or a phrase for recall disintermediation bypassing functional to bring Sas then saying your case Gary The science people go down to it and say make that work with single sign on security on this other stuff. Maybe if you're lucky okay. Yeah we'll be better for the function to say to sales we have these six offerings at work with our systems that you can use. which would you like? We've agreed to contracts contracts and the terms and conditions. We know how it all works. We can integrate that kind of stuff on. Here's the volume may cost more. But we're not worried about costs. Were worried about failure. What we get back from from this or how it drives and Saul's a sales problem but it goes full circle to what you said which was quite site? We should write it down. Eight a t shirt with you. Don't know what you don't know you have a conversation with my wife driving home from work. All the targets are with. It company because we need we need access to the F. drive and we can't open the excel spreadsheet. She can four people working on it on the same time why. It department not talking about even teams where he can all be working on the Excel documented. Exactly the same time so if business needs to know that it wants to change the service providers need to know what those changes are and those changes because new technologies been released on on a daily basis. Nobody can never know there is to know. It's the radar change. Today is faster than any time in the history of people on the planet it. It's it's amazing leaders. Lead on to second finding similar book on to hear your views on this second finding critical finding we have is that Organizations Innovations now require people on staff to have the ability to acquire new skills. Not Too early have scales. They need them to have the ability. What's the word hair to acquire new skills? Be Interested in your comments on that. An interesting thing is that it people will potentially have those skills if they are not sidetracked by our management into a couple of years ago. I was at a university hospital working around here. Like like ten thousand people work there. They had they. They talked me about a report that they had on the change willingness of the staff. And we're talking about the entire university population nation year working relation as expected. You know when when people get older their willingness to change decreases except except for the it people and for the people that they're willing this change kind of remained constant. The exact numbers here and said well you to me. That's obvious if you if you're fifty fifty five and you're in it and you've survived flack. Six generations of change you can handle number seven eight easily easily. And that's the the new that is the new normal and it's only getting getting worse and or not trying to do is is at the university is to to change our our. There's some parts of the university is doing that. The education that is changed out into. Let's let's teach people how to acquire skills rather than Graham the current generation of of the current version of windows into them or whatever it is and of course you still need to work with current technology but these people should be more aware of the fact of how they learn and in particular how they learn in teams. Because that's not a pet peeve I have hell. Hey would probably be Brian Brian from what I enough clearly apprenticeship grabbed entry level only about so Qa company now is so we have Qa apprenticeship so we take people from school from university and we trained On friendship so we'll find a lot of digital courses lobby but then cloud causes also with very little on hardware structure now so from that point of view. But what we do try to do with your friendship cited things they try to get together as teams so because unfolds folks young people coming in. It industry seem to think that nobody he's GONNA communication skills in scale the require as will look at the phone the audience. That industry's changing. Yeah well it's curious we also have. Qa High Education so we run University Northumbria for example in London. So we also do most as degrees in cloud computing on cyber security on so I get management as well of mass distraction action. Isn't it social media. Yeah yeah they are. Though with the young people try to teach them not just about the technologies that are GonNa utilize what technologies will be using. Business is missing. It's it's not so much. Here's there's technology here's how to use it. It's here's technology. What used to be the business? That's that's very interesting Approach to take because. Because that's where this is all going. We've industrialized technology. We don't need to learn the way we did years ago as Gary says nobody's coming in looking for server certifications uh-huh all kinds of stuff but we do need to refocus. I think looking at. How does this technology help the business? At how do we understand that you know typically an IT departments for the last twenty years. There's been lots of KPI's and measures and all sorts of things based on tickets Nestle as the business couldn't care less supposed to be honest at the end today or the law carrying about it now what they do care risk. How do I use this technology for the business Looking at revenue time to market maintaining market share competitive advantage or even just keeping up with a challenger that's using technology acknowledgee better than them to solve the smaller problem. I think that's that's going to be an interesting one going forward. Brian thank him teaching. Not Not not even just a younger the apprentices but even as you're saying the older cohort who have to change that to think about it from a value Elliot Perspective as opposed to some bolts of of of it delivery Combat Apprenticeship citing things now as well apprentices can idiot really sixty eight which is retirement age in the UK with the apprenticeship Levy. Really tell.
"leslie word" Discussed on WGN Radio
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"leslie word" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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I even come across it just happened he never came here looking for miss Patrick as you said no but that seemed a good story to tell the cops. I guess you're ready now to tell the true story to the cops Myron eight much in the papers Bobby during the last couple of days and next week there wouldn't be anything may be in hopes it stop call in I mean I'd be alone again. find me telling the cops I won't be forgotten so quick and you want more pictures of me in the papers. we'll go down right now. do you you give me young fella wait a minute. what what do you mean that I've given you a good idea yeah I understand it don't just look here women my wrong about this did you kill that woman. well I don't know. no hi Michael. this is my if you're if you're not really guilty of your going to confess to something you didn't do Hey wait a minute you can't do that. I say you can't do that. I couldn't do. what's that in your hands the thing that killed miss Patrick. but you're gonna put me back right I'm gonna let you have it now. there's nothing I can do this stop your costs that range. yeah. take the dog out of my. the you're letting me have a. they didn't have before. yeah you should. right away that I get you get you get. what was the gadget Mrs Meyers had shoots nines Casey is an old cross. cross blue that's right it's not like the long ball used by robin lane in the American Indian civil is the same. different. this gimmick as a short set across a hug the one that looks like a rifle stock. was made to shoot short hours or they were. the thing is an antique Mrs Meyers husband. she. the lady so lonesome she committed murder to get it. that'll be done with. this is an institution everywhere they should be perfectly happy because attention is something she short again for the rest of our lives. never mind and so the doc say in the legal definition room a report that the news. I wonder what you put on there. Anne I. I wish I was sure what she's already. I'm never going to be sure that she used that crossbow. she really is a murderous. I'll never be sure that she. hasn't played me shop to get what you. the death of the mysterious larger is still a mystery moving. but I don't think so but. not so let's see what's good enough. starring starts because what this case he is brought to you weeks Thursday by the anchor Hocking glass corporation makers of by our king of an anchor glass container. the anchor Hocking glass. a great name in black. directed by John B. the original music of biology buyer and the program he just missed Leslie words as I am and..
"leslie word" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Let let. a little homework. anybody feel the need of any higher education. smart boys. W. help me drag him out of and into my car. is the Peters seems to petered out. thank you about the only thing in case I don't understand is why Danny PH body was found in salt water first and then dumped in a lake well I coaxed his killers tell me merry. it was a fight on a barge Walton not Danny overboard and one last push the matter with that well the one of that body is far from the harbor as possible so the card is the leading cause of that well there's one more thing I just thought of how come your name was on the identification card on on that body but I was to make sure the Faraday was called in on the case so that when the body was found headquarters in the city would list well the Pete is is that well the new order my name would bring are they on the run that's why he put the name on his identification card input as well as pocket all of a sudden I think more question here one more why did that claimed the body of a dead man the more well Walter later do it I guess it was getting a little panicky and they want that body around here that there was something on it that might lead to him. he hadn't realized the salt water clue we found right away would tip us off something screwy. now there any more questions no more. so I was just thinking of something. you know this business of brother killing brother goes all the way back to the Bible yeah I know. can enable that's right. and what of Peter's pride emulate Kane and get away with killing his brother only he wasn't able lack. and that's Austin's black tee from February fourth nineteen forty seven with the Peters mix up and that stars Dick Colmar along with Leslie words Emory's Tarplin desert on ABC six quick break then it's more on Hollywood three sixty. more Hollywood three sixty after these important messages. one day delivery trivia down to the next question Susan and Tom just ordered a pretty sizeable candy. the machine for their kids. all using Amazon prime one day delivery. just because of the party what else will she need to order in one day Adam aspirin..
"leslie word" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"At just eleven ninety nine which includes gratuities and free wifi and you can take advantage of the life choice promotion where you can choose shore excursions a beverage package for I'm poor credit don't wait space is limited call eight hundred eight five six eleven fifty five that's eight hundred eight five six eleven fifty five or visit Holly with three sixty radio dot com and click the crews that are. now back to Hollywood three sixty with Carl Amari welcome back I'm Carla Mari this is Holly with three sixty cost nearly two hundred radio stations coast to coast and we're gonna play my favorite radio show of all time now Boston Blackie I just love Boston Blackie because this kind of a smart aleck you know it's kind of a Smarty pants and he loved ripping the cops you know the cops always thought he was the one that committed the crime but really he didn't commit the crime and he had to then clear his name that was sort of that story line but great great great acting in it Dick Colmar was Boston Blackie Leslie words played his girlfriend Mary Wesley Marie's Tarplin who was the mysterious traveler radio he played inspector Faraday on this series let's go back to February fourth nineteen forty seven for that either is mix up here's the hallmark in part one of Boston Blackie..
"leslie word" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Of any higher education. smart boys. W. help me drag amount of internet in my car. is the breeders seems to petered out. lackey about the only thing in case I don't understand is why Danny PS body was found in salt water first and then dumped in a lake well I coaxed his killer tell me merry. it was a fight on the barge Walton not Danny overboard and one best fish the matter was that well the one of that body is far from the harbor as possible so the card at the lake and talk to them well there's one more thing I just thought of how come your name was on the identification card on on that body but I was to make sure the Faraday was called in on the case so that when the body was found headquarters in the city would list well the Peters is that well the new order my name would bring clarity on the run that's why he put the name on his identification card input as brothers pocket all of a sudden I think of more questions one more why did they explain the body of the dead man from the mark well Walter later do it I guess it was getting a little panicked in the month that body around there that there was something on it that might lead to him. he hadn't realized the salt water clue we found right away would tip us off something screwy. now there any more questions no more. so I was just thinking of something. get all this business of brother killing brother goes all the way back to the Bible yeah I know. can enable that's right. and while the Peters pride emulate Kane and get away with killing his brother only he wasn't able all black. and that's Boston's black tee from February fourth nineteen forty seven with the Peters mix up and that stars call Morrow long with Leslie words and restart when the third on ABC six foot brake Dennis Moore on Hollywood three sixty. more Hollywood three sixty after these important messages. well I am one day delivery trivia down to the next question Susan and Tom just ordered a party size bag of candy. the karaoke machine.
"leslie word" Discussed on Unravel True Crime
"By rotting to the Hawaiian state. Police Craig was able to get back this fete Manila folder that of got on my hand contained these couple of reports that looking at now which showed there was at least two people pissed off enough to file police complaints against Leslie and this is detective notes witness accounts. It's pretty details under the suspect is listed Leslie Ruth Manoukian Workin Adult White female citizen thirty four years old height five seven white one hundred and sixteen pounds so that's about fifty. KGB's Brown Eyes Brown hint fiction unemployed and no local address these allegations in here of chick frauds lots of tantalizing. Intel this one is filed by guy called Georgia Hoodie and so I've just googled him and found a picture of him on a modeling site. He's got shaggy blond hair blue eyes surf if you're looking Kinda guy and the only other thing I can find about him is a pretty Lincoln account and it says that he works at hostile in Santa Catarina Brazil. I'm pretty nervous about getting in touch. All of the stuff in Hawaii happened and back in the early two thousands. I don't even know if you'll remember Leslie plus. It's Kinda hard to explain who I am and what I'm doing too but I've got to give him a buzz to find out what he he remembers. Georgia's hoodie eight kinkaid no no Portuguese a speak English English. Yeah I'm looking for Georgia's hidden plays. Okay nucle- Alot Hello Georgia's. Yeah yes Muslims awards and I'm just wondering you the same Georgia's that used to live in Hawaii in in about two thousand and four. You're used to go there lot so I've had trouble getting this about. I'm just wondering if you if the name Leslie Manoukian means anything to you oh the scam. I'm kind of glad to hear him. Say that the scammer onto something. Georgia's says he lied an oceanside. California lastly was a very charming you mean like she you know had our way to get into your good side like saying. Nice Nice things about me like what a good looking man was and she had the hardest for me and this and that and the other and we started dating mm-hmm and that was the whole thing that she went to need to come to Hawaii with her and helper open talking Bar Georgia's story already sounds familiar it starts out with Leslie Hooking up with a guy and next thing he's involved in the grand opening of the hospitality business snus. Georgia's wasn't the only person Leslie recruited for her Hawaiian Plan Leslie was working at a restaurant in California and became friends with some of the others who worked there she and I became friends so she would invite me over to her house in San Diego and oceanside and she had a beautiful home. She had a a lot of toys with the doom buggies and you know beautiful yard with the pond and you know she was my manager at the restaurant that I was working at trinity found that here. I'm versions matched up with Liz leads. She and I have the same ideas of entrepreneurship of wanting to fulfill opening up a restaurant bar bar nightlife style. It was kind of like friendship instantaneously because she kind of had that aura where she's very smooths speaking person she can make everything seemed perfect. Trinity looks like someone who would be at home at the beach Sunday here straight-talking vibe she'd spent lots of time in Hawaii and had always wanted to go back there so she had no idea for Leslie. She wanted to do it within oceanside and I kept telling her no. There's there's you know there's too many restaurants here. You're going to be such a small fish in this big pond now and so. I kept telling her that I have lived in Maui prior a two and a lot of connections here in Hawaii and one day she said okay. Let's go. Let's do it and so I said okay. Let's do it. Let's go trinity wasn't the only person ready to follow illegally out to the point where like little ducklings falling behind her. Georgia and a couple of others jumped on the bandwagon anyway all the stories that she had known put into our heads as to what we are going to be doing. They headed to Maui the second-biggest of the Hawaiian islands. They ended up in a place called La.. Nina hates of tourists. If you've been to Maui you probably went to Lohyna with. It's still bluewater predicted by Rafe. The main street is cold front street with restaurants spas and souvenir shops amongst those. I wasn't old data that had been closed. It looked like the perfect spot to open a new business. It's like a ten thousand square foot venue and I have a lot of connections so I started making phone. Calls got in there. We got the lease on the building being a bartender for nineteen years. I had a wonderful connection with the liquor commission so I was able to get the liquor license instated as well. I was creating network of people for her to be welcomed here. In Maui more and more people were drawn into Liz Lease Hawaiian Vision. One of them was a British backpack. I called will he was in his early thirties and looking to set himself up in the island life. He's a northerner with long hair a laid back attitude when I'm Leslie Shadow these fantastic ideas of what was going to happen seemed to full sun into line with with the things I wanted to do as well really really fallen on my face I mean everyone is saying the same thing. All Inge Done Leslie's word things and it was all sewn together by dreams really it sounds like Lis Lis always been someone that can work out what people want and talk to that Dream Reflector Leslie rented a house in a Nice neighborhood and for some of the people working for him he will lots of bedrooms and a separate cottage out back. There was no furniture in explain to me. The Leslie was weights and for right shipping containers into arrived that all the furniture for the house girls will really nice and they will marry to go with the club idea on promises of getting paid wants to buy took off lease squad got to work. They had a lot ought to do. This has been closed for a long time. I think rats have been the only thing in and out of the place it needed a hell of a lot of work doing into it so the grass roof type of foods that were just black with Joseph many years as a filthy mass listless Brazilian boyfriend Georgia was redoing the volunteer. We had to pull out a lot of trash out of air repaint everything basically start from scratch and she had a whole bunch of people working for her baiters people that will do like you know would work or whatever whatever just to get the place ready to go. Another of Lesley's recruits was behind local Laon in her that she had all this funding help. What I remember is busting my butt for our day after day for her university. I would pay me like a hundred two hundred dollars every now and again. Leslie was almost like little celebrity. Lana so everyone would solve bowing. Its feet kind of thing and we were enjoying it. Everyone was very helpful with some elbow. Grease from all sorts of people Liz. Liz started looking pretty good. She named it the breakwater. It almost looked like the dream was coming shirt. That's pretty awesome. There is a front bar with tables and then also so an outdoor seating area and then as you walk towards the back of the nightclub where you can actually close off the doors from the front side so that you can have the full nightclub nightclub aspect Dick Lebeau Pinole do really well. There was a lot of interest from the locals people queuing around the block couplet list times to get in on open line. It was really really busy local buns playing it was good atmosphere. It was a cool spot because it was one of the biggest venues here on Molly. It was the newest thing happening and it was great.
"leslie word" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Thank you doing it I shouldn't we're alone in my apartment everybody thinks throughout the country Joe gone into your and your Feelin leading thank you the only one in the world I don't know what I'd do with art you too do you have that story in your apartment in a safe place no I guess not in the drawer right over there hello you know I'd like to see a stoner man would kill for can I see yours I don't know why not it's really not not look at them like I think thanks seems to be an ordinary piece thanks but it matches the one I got from brother Joe yes she stayed do you want your can't he I think you and that's what I want come here close can you would you you too almost at the same time taking longer to get around the killing you come down around you so much easier namely that golf is a good thing to you account only I dont maybe one of the reasons yeah okay they're up there it might rain yeah me too well we didn't from outside the door should be able to help us out good thing we came out here before we start to look for these two in the country we're going to follow the trail finding the best place to start yeah well really coming out of a man should be ready in a minute and on a headquarters when you feel better alright I will only need to know what we get the talking time today taken down time maybe you can make him saying and that's Boston Blackie from June twenty fifth nineteen forty six but the gambler Joe garland killed starring Dick Colmar also in that cast Leslie words Marie stop when in Jackson back is heard on ABC more of Hollywood three sixty after these words more Hollywood three sixty after these important messages.
"leslie word" Discussed on Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates
"You that the motivations and the dreams in the endeavors infill ick valley today that Seoul of Silicon Valley is the same as it was in nineteen eighty eight in nineteen sixty eight and given that consistency. There is no way that Silicon Valley has lost its soul there. Probably about six thousand startups in Silicon Valley, and some of the people are here because they wanna make money, and it's always been that way. Let me remind you that at the Homebrew, computer club. Where apple got started everyone in that room wanted to sell their stuff Larry page and Sergei Brin started Google under federal contract at Stanford University. So this ideal ISM and the commercialism have always gone absolutely hand in hand. And right now there are people in Silicon Valley who are working to do things like obviate the need for the internal combustion engine. And this was the exact same situation. We had for example in the nineteen eighties huge PEOs Genentech and apple these companies changed our lives for the better and actually more or less the exact same time. The genetic is figuring out how to build insulin using recombinant DNA techniques. So that we don't have to squeeze it out of the pink reasses of pigs, which is how people used to get inside. One of the biggest IPO's the next year was Chucky cheese. And that is just the way things work in Silicon Valley. Silicon Valley has been dealing with a range of problems from the eggs essential to the frivolous forever. And sometimes the frivolous turn exit stencil. I mean Facebook was not designed to become the problem that right now a lot of people feel and there have been concerns that Silicon Valley is going to destroy the world as we know it forever in nineteen seventy five there were congressional hearings. When congress found out about the Arpanet, which was the precursor to the internet, which of course, they funded through the department of defense, but they found out about it and Senator tiny from California. I want to quote him are concerned that powerful new technologies reminiscent of those described almost fifty years ago by George Orwell, we'll destroy the constitution's delicate balance between the powers of the state and the rights of individuals, and there have been organizations like computer professionals for social responsibility. Pushing to understand and make Silicon Valley better in these people. Do not run contrary to Silicon Valley. So these people are in a central part of Silicon Valley soul. Silicon Valley has the same messy mix of idealism and commercialism opportunism and dreams that has kept it going through ups and downs for the last sixty years. Author and historian Leslie Berlin, arguing against the resolution silicone valley has lost its soul. More opening statements coming up from intelligence, squared US. We are halfway through the opening round of this intelligence squared US debate. I'm John donvan. We have four debaters to teams of two arguing it out over this resolution Silicon Valley has lost its soul. You've heard the first two opening statements and now onto the third debating four the resolution on gauche pose and fellow at the Harvard. Kennedy School, ladies and gentlemen, define gauche. When when we think about soul, at least, I think about having a moral, compass taking actions or company exhibiting exercising operations in a way that is quote, unquote, right there. These business leaders that started with a soul and then had to sell it. This industry is currently operating in a way that doesn't have that. So it is operating in Leslie's words with pure commercialism. Let me ask would an industry have a soul. If it trans all over common conceptions of human rights take apple as an example last year. The Chinese government said if you want to do business in China, then you're going to have to build a data center in China. If you want to collect information on Chinese individuals, you need to localize data center here. What that means? Of course, is that any? Company any foreign company that that localize is data center in China has to also give access to the Chinese government, which is balanced date..
"leslie word" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"This app that this was what we wanted yup hasn't been approved yet by goaler apple but it's out there and i thought this paragraph was important it's not just yesterday no type a contract it ask things like schinder party breach a contract now did you go through 20 questions than have a form filled out than a prenup and all this stuff with your husband shilling not was over 10 years ago and i wasn't the type of person that would hook up maryetta but soon you'll be able to download this happened a bus killedcom laughter whatever happened to the old fashioned way of eating somebody having a power station to get worse it just world but did you go through 20 questions than have form filled out than a prenup and all this stuff with your husband chile now that was over 10 years ago see and i wasn't the type of person that would hook up on leslie word exclusive relationship difference too right i mean i i mean look i don't know i mean this isn't like forming in lc you know what's next agents to negotiate this i before you can hold hands anyway traffic check yes or no do you like me i like you yesterday that guy oh my locker in between classes thanks to rosenthal jaguar of chantilly you get traffic what's going on these major roads or wet bridges and overpasses slip pre neighborhoods streets are going to be snow covered a lot of crews out they're spreading chemical as needed to 70 you need to slow down south down near 8580 at one of nine because more of her neighbors on the road sixtysix web slowdown east manassas thirtyfive virginian dale city i don't have any accidents to report right now route four route 53 of one to.
"leslie word" Discussed on Tights and Fights
"Takeovers her usually better than summer slam yes and that does summer slam such a disservice um as just a bummer in it but it just is what it is i guess but for me like the whole summer slim weekend as a fan of both parties in wrestling i look more for december slim mike i have in my head dislike the classic eighty eight ninety two colleague biz big summer slam advertisements and how that was one of the original four noses to be really really a big matches so like that kinda always carries forward in my memory say'must like russell mania um to me it's been more consistently a special payperview than survivor series for engineers because of our researchers me as has sometimes felt like a gimmick that they've had to restructure storylines around in a way to fill very artificial like reich on how they have to do for like helena so like does the the newark paper views i tabled ladders chairs stairs bright britain's trains automobile for summer slam it feels like to me they typically ramp up issues and and make things fill a little bit more important just in a regular storylines since similar to wrestle mania how they build things to it and i feel like especially this year they had like a lotta story lines have been built up to this rough somany to put these things on splaying if feels important and i think it there's something being added by them continuing to put it in brooklyn kazan you have that new york crowd that gives it this you know like this special connah's marqui edge and and they have to be aware of that is i mean they clearly are aware of that as a company and i think that makes for really unique on energy to what you have the takeover and in some lemon in the raw afterwards i think that we can it's becoming very much like russell mania junior so you touched on something interesting there which is the the idea of the snarky fans coming and i think a lot of people might save that summer slam of the big four certainly is most geared towards giving hardcore fans what they want yet whether it's john seen a getting destroyed by brock leslie word daniel bryan winning a winning clean over john seena.
"leslie word" Discussed on WGTK
"Whether we here my on the money to misses no hit and then it's go laughs i was just thinking no money no matter him as well hanging around him i'm not like you know i don't think like you mean improving and you know now bennett i got to get back to had one assist preston that guy grimes on mercury because long gone him winning of us for it was probably army looking thing own money that we were on the spot of it which him off if you would not have get your man it right here and i think there's like that in there right here in his first season last for that and yes neither one of the of the league mika we'll well on my life and i fine and i can to help and you and right what's going on one eight phi see it but i don't believe it married how did you know when healthy it was may not be the one thing he we gave hand has been a path compliments is the to the fast and then my were spending here and to me that the cover on the at the net i'm very he fell in africa of course that's when this is not part the money our own sikma that it was the safest place only she would be sitting on a now that he played we can if we can't wait any longer okay meriweather on coming nice work wearing like you get to do it and look as good in the last night out of trouble i've been in trouble before mary but this time i'm really going to be in a tie spot who i think and then it's wants then blank with he stayed smarter starring calm are from september tenth nineteen forty six also in the past leslie words as his girlfriend very wesley and murray star flynn has inspector fair and a third on a be see hope you enjoyed fox than black this is hawley.