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Stafford, Rams hold off Falcons for 31-27 victory

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Stafford, Rams hold off Falcons for 31-27 victory

"Matthew Stafford through two of his three touchdown passes to Cooper Cup as the rams held on for a 31 27 win over the falcons Stafford completed his first 12 passes and route to going 27 of 36 for 272 yards We gave him some opportunities to get back in the game through some plays that we can clean up There's no question about that But when we were playing good we were playing at a really high clip which was good to see today Cop had 11 receptions for 108 yards and touchdowns on consecutive drives in the second and third quarters helping LA take a 28 three lead but the falcons chipped away Troy Anderson blocked a punt that Lorenzo Carter returned 26 yards for a touchdown And the two point conversion made it 31 25 with 5 O 6 left I'm Dave ferry

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Why We Can't Forget the Communists

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Why We Can't Forget the Communists

"I'm just reflecting the last part of my last conversation of the previous hour with professor de Lorenzo, who wrote the politically incorrect guide to economics. That at a university he taught at a Republican student posted at some fair that the campus, I guess, fear of clubs you could join. One page from one of the most important books written in the last 50 years. The black book of communism shockingly published by Harvard University press, I wonder if it would publish it today. It was originally produced by French professors. It gives you an idea of how many people were murdered and tortured by communists. And he said, there wasn't any student for whom this was not news. How could you go through a college education or a high school education? And not know the communists with the greatest mass murder movement in modern history.

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Wimbledon updates | Kyrgios ousts Tsitsipas in 3rd round

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Wimbledon updates | Kyrgios ousts Tsitsipas in 3rd round

"Tap ranked egas was beaten in the third round ending her 37 match winning streak One just 6 games and a 6 four 6 two laws to Elyse coronet 11 C coco Goff absorbed a 6 7 6 two 6 one lost a fellow American Amanda anisimova four C Paula badosa beat two time champ Petra kvitova and American Jessica pagola fell to Petra martic in straight sets On the men's side Rafael Nadal was onto the fourth round after dropping just 7 games against Lorenzo America Tanner Fritz won and countryman Jensen Brooks be lost I'm Dave

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Burnes shuts down Cardinals' offense in 8-0 Brewers win

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Burnes shuts down Cardinals' offense in 8-0 Brewers win

"Corporate burns retires the first ten batters he faces and goes on to pick up the victory in Milwaukee's 8 to nothing win over the Cardinals the reigning NL Cy Young award winner works 7 innings allowing two hits and striking out 11 to improve his record at three and two Does the right hander think this was his best performance of the season That's kind of where we want to be all the time So the fact that it took ten starts to get to the little frustrating but yeah it was kind of what we want to do on the aspects of Jace Peterson built a three run home run Lorenzo kina two run blast and rowdy teles solo shot the team split a four game series for the second time this season the first place brewers lead the second place red birds by three and a half games in the NL central Mike Reeves St. Louis

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"lorenzo" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

02:25 min | 11 months ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on Cheine On

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"lorenzo" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

03:55 min | 11 months ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on Cheine On

"Of light got it. Yeah the like. I started kind of understanding some of this. Like with the lighting in here with the cameras. These different things you you gotta kind of match the lights to the camera setting right and and all the stuff. I'm still kind of figuring some of that stuff out that it was really interesting to think of. Different lighting temperatures and. Yeah i guess it makes sense you. It would affect your mood in person because it affects the mood on the recorded footage. Yeah i it's it's a lot more involved than what people i think realize realize yeah and not only to mention you know if you're putting in led's decided that we we tried to that. I- i highlight with my customers is that you were having the wattage usually. So you take a fluorescent bob. You converted to an led. Typically the wattage is going down by at least fifty to seventy five percent. Which means that you see in your electric bill about a fifty to seventy five percent decrease in water. Jews therefore decrease in what you have to spend..

"lorenzo" Discussed on Cheine On

Cheine On

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on Cheine On

"But did all right. Tell me about you lorenzo. Thanks for comment i appreciate. I'm glad we can do this. lorenzo from energy harness You and i met what almost a month ago at this point. Over at the fort myers chamber of commerce thing. But at the the tesla vent yeah. That's pretty cool. I was cool. They The presentation went a little little long but long presentation but they had a lot of talk about i mean they. They've got a lot of cutting edge information. We were happy to be there. Happy to sponsor the event It was definitely an exciting event. One that did that was really more of. Yeah i i was. It was cool to see like their whole process. And everything. I didn't know like you could just by the car right off your phone and all that stuff makes it easy by car. I guess i guess so. Just the money part comes into play when you've got to finance it and stuff. I don't know how that works. I don't worry about oh. This wasn't amazon more this one. Click for my car right right but yeah so we got to talk and you started telling me all kinds of things about lighting that i didn't know and then kind of how you got into it with your background bioengineering. So if you could tell everybody who you are A little bit about the company. And then i kinda dig into the bioengineering background and then how that got you to the company and kind of go from there. Is i work for you. Yeah absolutely go. Well thank you for the introduction. First of all it's it's definitely been an interesting a course this last year in these last few years bioengineering general the reason why i got into bioengineering just to start off as i've always seen a lot of really needs really fascinating hips knees. Come through my my my father's house. He was an orthopedic distributor in ohio. I still practices a little bit. But he he had all these implants..

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Andersen stops former team, streaking Hurricanes beat Leafs

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Andersen stops former team, streaking Hurricanes beat Leafs

"The Carolina hurricanes use a dominant second period in route to a four one win over the Toronto Maple Leafs going five in to start the season Toronto took the lead in the first period on an awesome Matthews wraparound goal the two hundred goal of his career in the second Sebastian aho Stephen the rents and Nino Niederreiter all scored to put Carolina up three to one before Andrei Svechnikov would add an empty netter in the third Lorenzo book about the team being bought in it's very hard to win in this league and I'm very fortunate that that I've been you know put into our system puzzle piece into the alternate you know the the big puzzle of being a championship team a contender year in year out Frederick Anderson made twenty four saves in net for the hurricane to get his former team Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina

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23 Down, 5 To Go: Djokovic Eyeing Calendar-Year Slam at Open

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

23 Down, 5 To Go: Djokovic Eyeing Calendar-Year Slam at Open

"Fans don't see another joke of it just kept alive his hopes for a calendar year grand slam moving into the US open third round with an impressive straight sets win over the Dutchman Tallon Griekspoor no problems either for the women's top seed ash Barty now into the third round without dropping a set four seed Alexander Zverev also advanced in straight sets and men's twenty two St Raleigh Palca laid the American charge reaching round three with a straight sets win of the Italian Lorenzo and was happy it was joined in die for success by Shelby Rogers Jessica pergola Jack sock and Jenson Brooksby who advanced over Tyler Fritz I'm Graham like us

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Brewers Knock Giants From Top Spot in NL, Win Fourth in Row

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Brewers Knock Giants From Top Spot in NL, Win Fourth in Row

"The brewers have won four in a row and taking the first three games of the series as they beat the giants five to two Lorenzo Cain was two for three with a home run and three RBIs in this series is four for eight with two homers and five runs driven in the brewers bullpen pitched seven innings giving up five hits and two runs Josh Hayter struck out the side in the ninth to get his twenty ninth save meanwhile the giants have lost four straight and now trailed the Dodgers by half a game in the National League west Riley Aung San Francisco

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"lorenzo" Discussed on The Photographer's Journey

The Photographer's Journey

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on The Photographer's Journey

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"lorenzo" Discussed on The Photographer's Journey

The Photographer's Journey

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on The Photographer's Journey

"Their work, their inspiration, and how they have grown their businesses. Okay, welcome to our second episode in the season called photographers COVID in the future, where I'm talking to photographers about how they got started. How COVID has impacted them. The recent work and their outlook for the future. I hope that their stories and their work will be the source of inspiration for all for you as you continue your own journey through the pandemic and beyond. Today I'm joined with Andrea de Lorenzo. So Andrea is a well-known food photographer and a travel photographer based out of Rome, Italy. Over the past ten years, he has worked with more than a thousand restaurants. Will tell us pizzeria's cocktail bars and has traveled around the world on assignments for magazines and clients. Thank you for joining me today Andrea. Thank you for having me. I know you had a busy day and you're calling me from Rome, Italy. I'm in Toronto, Canada, but I'm happy that you were able to make the time. And we'll get to it. First I wouldn't mind starting to talk a little bit about an understanding your photography journey. How you got started in photography. And how you ended up becoming a food photographer specifically. Well, I mean, I ended up let's start from the late part for the last part. I started being a food photographer by chats. So I started as a degree in movie in history and critics called movies, see the mass. So I mean, it was a pretty long jump from cinema to food. But by chance I had the opportunity to work with an agency role who started working in social advertising, social media management, back in 2010. And since then I was really involved in the industry and lately right now in 2021 I'm very, very into the industry and one of the I would say most important, but one of the biggest photographer of food and beverage in Italy and of course travel photographer, but this is something that has been stuck for the last year and a little bit more than one year, but still going on, you know? But yeah, I started as a movie critics movie critic. And then I turned out I wanted to be turned out that I want to be a director, but then I changed my mind and they moved to photography. And then I moved from movie to food. And it was a pretty nice job. I must admit. But so food is a very specific type of photography. How did you get into it? What was the first step that you took to get into food photography? Do you remember?.

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Kolten Wong Powers Brewers to 7-3 Win Over Nationals

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Kolten Wong Powers Brewers to 7-3 Win Over Nationals

"The brewers with the national seven to three to maintain a seven and a half game lead over Cincinnati in the NL central Kolten Wong delivered a solo Homer and a two run triple in Milwaukee's tenth win in thirteen games Wong Roshan Nolan second pitch deep to right for his tenth Homer Wong's triple followed a pair of two out walks in the fourth putting the brewers ahead to stay Lorenzo Cain added a two run shot as the brew crew took the rubber game of the weekend series to try to go out and give consistent best drive in runs kind of do it all so yeah I mean I'm still going to you know the Mirfield plant you know that's all I care about hunter Strickland got two outs for the win jeszcze recorded the last out for his twenty sixth save I'm Dave Ferrie

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"lorenzo" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"You of see that too. And she's like he went down to grab me hot dog us. A hot dog ever came that. And she's like that's your father. And i'm like okay i mean and of course she's telling me this when i'm a grown woman like i i didn't know any of this and i don't hold it against either one of them you know at this point. It's their story and so she raises me and when dad would come to pick up. Aj he became. He came to an age where he's like. I'm not leaving unless my sister is coming with me and so with about you right. Yeah and so. It became like okay. Maybe i should you know do test. And obviously i'm his and so then that's how my father nice about how old probably like one. Okay right facility. Yeah yeah so. So then. They divorce and Yeah and then there's that so they get divorced and so then you were but you lived with your mom here in la right. So i lived with my mom in. La she remarries to my sister. Dakota's dad okay. Who they have dakota right is just i feel like he's like that guy like back in the eighties. Like the core bet and the good fun guy. You know what i mean like. She was just going for that like she wanted to. Party like live in that like young fun back in the day like lifestyle and she ran it. Because craig is just a random. I mean the stepdad. Craig is kinda random. Okay so she kind of like married him some off the wall guy and then earthquake the big earthquake. Ninety four okay. Yeah that breaks. are we're living in woodland hills okay and that breaks a huge massive window and so they decide to move to arizona. Okay and my dad's signs away his right parental rights and he will tell you that that's his What do you call regret. Vegas regret because he signed his like well. Yeah no shit. If you're going to sign for your to take your kids arizona you pretty much saying the by even feel like a ninety four. Wasn't that long ago. But i feel like Even with my husband's dad was married before he was born with his mom. And that sort of happened because people like you know especially if they had a especially if the woman had remarried right and it was like well. Why complicated this they see as their father reading the dad didn't know that he could actually hired attorney and half like father are right especially twenty years ago right. It was definitely more common that that would happen. And he was in the midst of his career blowing and he then married kathleen. Kim mont who was his co star. Renegade okay so regardless of that we moved to a little town called air or lake havasu yes and it was like a boating town. Spring breaks pretty fun. But yeah. But i don't want to live here. I saw you out on like ditching high school. Like you know so when we i haven't been back in god knows when yeah i don't refer to that place as home although i will say that is basically my childhood. Okay go boating. That type of guy. And i had a normal awesome childhood. Okay like for instance. My mom had dinner on the table of. I was in sports. She was involved. I mean she divorces crag who's a nightmare and remarries a doctor of the town so they become very charitable and profitable. And they're going you know out and about so now you're on stepdad number to the doctor. And it's it's aj you and dakota and so we're now immersed into our childhood and i'm going to school climbing trees riding bikes. I mean just typical awesome childhood. I couldn't have asked for anything more and no trauma. Nothing so and then. I would go see my father here. Nah you know christmas. Every other month. Every summer i spent with my dad. So i was just the typical kind of childhood situation. But you know my dad was who he was that i mean i still live normally my mom then divorces the doctor because he cheats on her with. She did with her bridesmaid. Oh yeah gnarly tell them mind so my threatened so so she found out so she found out via fax because every year fax machines. This is so classic classic so every year doug mice stepdad. Dr doug dr doug catcher. Hey whatever yeah even event right crate hor vet dr doug now dr dogs so dr doug goes to you know annual doctors meetings. You know conventions. What have you in vegas. Just so this year dr. Doug did not invite my mother and so she was a bit suspicious yes and so when he got home she called the hotel and was like hello. I'm mrs hade. And i just need you to send me over all of our hotel. Bill what have you you. Because i need to have it and i don't have it and i just want to go over the bill and see if it's crack so she says as it's coming out of the fax machine. She sees massage for to dinner for two right. I'm getting chosen. You know about it and and then like like as it's popping up and it's just like the most affair ish you know like cliche absolutely the hands down could not be anything more than what exactly she thought and why she was doing so she's pulling a so. She calls all her friends and then she calls. I h and i were in high school at the time and we get this thing on the intercom you know. Aj llamas enchaine llamas. Please report to the office and were just looking at you. They're like who died in. Yeah like you know. Speaking on the way home we walk in my mother's like pack your bags. I am divorcing. Doug we are outta here literally packed up and left within three weeks. We are living here onto paying canyon and woodland hills. Okay hold that. Are you looking for a new wardrobe. The summer i mean who isn't well. How about trying to sustainable one this year. Because did you know by threatening an item instead of buying new reduces its carbon waste and water footprints by eighty two percent. 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Do Your Employees Believe They're Being Asked to Do Things That Aren't Part of Their Job?

Hacking Your Leadership

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Do Your Employees Believe They're Being Asked to Do Things That Aren't Part of Their Job?

"I wanna talk about something. That i saw on lincoln recently Posted by one of our partners with hacking your leadership. Nancy deborah mono she's been instrumental in orchestrating and moderating some of our clubhouse rooms that we've done over the last few months and she posted on linked in based on something she saw. That was a comment by an employee that said. I don't get paid enough to do this. And the employers responding to something says basically some employees are kind of being exploited or being asked too much for what their job is or what they're being paid and that made me think about that. Because i've been in some situations where i thought that thought what what they're asking me to do doesn't fall within my scope of work or or what my actual job is. But but i also don't want to make waves. I kind of have always believed in this whole like. Don't do the job. You have do the job that you want You know what do you think about this. Lorenzo is felt. Felt like you were being asked to do something that you weren't being paid to do. Yeah i think those words may have crossed my lips a few times mostly under my breath and to myself But you're absolutely has happened. yes. I think it's. It's one of those interesting things in in you know i. I also saw the post from nancy. Deborah and i saw some other posts in some conversation and dialogue on lincoln on the statement and in what kind of stuck out to me is remembering that when somebody says that they say like. I don't get paid enough to do this. That doesn't necessarily make them a bad employ. A non motivated employees or not a good team member. There are definitely times when probably everybody has felt that at one point And sometimes you're absolutely correct. You know you're being asked to do something that you really either shouldn't be doing or quite honestly you're being asked to the job of somebody else share in and i think over time that can get frustrating I think that could get something that somebody that they can really damage culture But also i have heard people say that when it absolutely. They get paid enough to do what they're being asked to Without question and so for me. It's kind of one of those things where the context matters. And i don't see it as one or the other. It has to live somewhere in the middle. But i think that based on the context it is one of the other. It's either somebody's being asked to somebody they should be doing. It's just a it's a bad statement and it means that maybe they're not motivated. They don't want to do their job or at the same exact time. Based on the context it can be a will. I shouldn't be doing this because maybe you're asking me to do more than was expected of me and my current

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The Best Pizza and Architect David Applebaum, Architect of the Stars

Around the House with Eric G®

02:04 min | 1 year ago

The Best Pizza and Architect David Applebaum, Architect of the Stars

"In caroline some improvement every nikkei g. and caroline's got a piece of pizza because we all went out and got pizza. We gotta introduce our friend our guest today. David applebaum architect of stars. Hello brother i to carolina. Be an era jian. David doesn't rhyme so there. We go david a so. We gotta talk a little bit of minute. We've got to get some pizza credit here because you know last segment last hour. We're talking pizzas kind of the side discussion and we all got our pizzas here. Then as you could tell caroline's working on hers as we talk so hungry. I had to pop one in myself. Awesome the play along. Eric is under the delusion that oregon according to bloomberg makes the best feats now. David knows the northeast. He knows new york come on. You've really telling me that new york new jersey doesn't make the best pizza or they make the best taylor. Ham thing is new york. Has their style pizza. Chicago has their style pizza. When you get up to the west coast out here. We have the best of everyone's pizzas. That's my hock damon. Oh yes because. I've got pizza from nineteen forty seven people de lorenzo's. We know how to make pizza new jersey. You make a pie. It's tomato pie extra cheese on the bottom sauce. Him atop thin crust. Sorry cheeses are the bottom because if the pizza is made in nineteen forty nine. It's great. I talked sitting at a box since one thousand nine hundred forty nine. So yeah. that's thanks. There's such poor losers like deny

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A Murder in Memphis: The Lorenzen Wright Story

ESPN Daily

01:57 min | 1 year ago

A Murder in Memphis: The Lorenzen Wright Story

"I wanted to start the beginning here. Who was lorenzen wright. Lorenzo right was memphis tennessee. Anyone who knew him they all say the same thing that he kind of embodied. What the city of memphis was all about each chose to stay in memphis To play college ball and the city religious fell in love with them. Who's just an honor to play for is team. Because he has a great basketball tradition. He played two years at the university of memphis and then declared for the one thousand nine hundred ninety six nba draft challenge for the best best ball this momentum and went on to have a not a superstar career in the nba but a solid one. When you mentioned the city of memphis lisa and the ethos and the personality that city embodied and lorenzen embodying that what does that mean well to find out like you really have to talk to people who are from memphis and another one of memphis. Beloved sons has penny hardaway. And when you talk to to penny He says grit and grind. Does that memphis is. We really take pride in everything that you've you've earned him. In a city kind of arsim he was going to make you work all game. Lorenzen wright was that kind of grit and grind player that he wasn't going to make it easy on you during a basketball game. He was going to make you work for everything that you've got and you know their cities like that around the country that are just about you know. Blue collar hard were Leave it all out there. And from everything that i've heard and read and learned about lorenzen right. That's the kind of ballplayer than he was

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People Across Florida Are Marching in Solidarity With Cuba

Orlando's Morning News

01:49 min | 1 year ago

People Across Florida Are Marching in Solidarity With Cuba

"I think this is the beginning of a a movement in which Cubans have said enough is enough. Cubans have reached a breaking point inside the Communist island and right here in Florida, Scott hunger, health, anxiety and anger spilling over into one another, opening the floodgates of a decades long oppression and emotion. Protests and rallies have popped up all over Florida and support of Cuba and its people. Here's reporter Alexa Lorenzo. This is something that was spontaneous. We've never seen that Dr Luis Martinez Fernandez was born in Havana, a history professor now at U. C. F. He knows well, what's playing out on the island. What the government does is it unleashes these violent fanatics to beat up Cubans who are basically asking for a universal right to protest piece. Fully the communist government has arrested hundreds of protesters restricted Internet access in Cuba, showing you the dictatorship that has dominated for decades. But the question is what's next here? And what is the U. S government doing about it? Where all these people that promise about human rights? Meanwhile, 90 miles from our coastline, human rights get trampled on every day. That's why Cuban Americans in Florida like Alberto Sarmiento are protesting. His father and grandparents fled for freedom, and he wants American politicians to do more to protect the people on the island. We need action in Cuba. Now. U. S. Senator Marco Rubio, a Cuban American has been a staunch opponent of the Cuban government, taking to social media and writing a letter to President Joe Biden, giving him six steps to take a horrific bloodbath is what awaits if action is not taken something like that does not happen. Senator Rubio also tweeting images of that show Cuban military and police. Barging into homes and detaining

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Do Your People Believe You Lead With Fairness

Hacking Your Leadership

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Do Your People Believe You Lead With Fairness

"For this week's episode. I wanna talk about the interview. I just had with ron carucci author of the new book to be honest. The book details four factors company should look at. When determining whether they're at risk for the types of headlines we've seen in recent years from companies like wells fargo and volkswagen. This is a true thoughtful thursday. Because i've been thinking about something. Ron said to me this interview all day. You'll be able to listen to him articulate all this much better than me and a couple of weeks when his injury publishes but i did ask him what individual leaders can do to ensure their words and their actions line up with each other and with high standards of ethical honest leadership. He said something individual leaders can do right away is think about and write down ten different scenarios that might fallen an or moral gray area. Then give the list of their people on their team and ask them what they believe. The leader would do in these scenarios. How would they react. What would the outcome be. But the other thing they need to ask people to do is time how long it took to settle on an answer for each question. Do the inherently know how their leader would respond or did it take a minute or two to feel confident in an answer. I i love that. He had to write these things down. Anyone listening right now. Who has heard even one or two episodes of the show knows. Lorenzo and i are huge fans of writing things down as part of these exercises. It's much harder to let yourself off the hook when your commitments are staring back at you from paper but the reason is stuck with me all day since our interview is because thinking about doing this exercise with people reporting to me made me a little uneasy. Now i'd like to think i'm an honest ethical person. I like to think my people would know in a millisecond. What i do ethically gray situation but even if i'm an absolute pillar of honesty and integrity if i've not been purposeful with my people on making sure they see examples of this all. The time is getting the benefit of team. Who believes in me like they. Should you see if you're a leader of people. The appearance of propriety is just as important as actual propriety. The appearance of fairness and ethics is just as important as actual fairness and ethics. Knowing that you do the right thing even if no one was looking is great but if your people aren't confident you do it. It doesn't matter so the next time you find yourself having to make a decision where leaned on personal values of fairness integrity or justice. Be vocal about your decision making process with people. Show them examples of why these things are important to you. You never know you'll need them to give you the benefit of the doubt in the future.

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"lorenzo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Help us to get better and tastic. And i'll put all that in the show notes so that i think if we can get clubhouse link to do such a thing there is such a thing. It is currently in betas. You needed invites impact. If somebody somebody income from you i'll put it in the show notes. And then you got it. And then that'll that'll be my first clubhouse link in my sean tastic well you heard it from the man. Lorenzo there that go and listen. I mean so much. There's so much out there that we can learn so listeners. There you have it another story of loss to keep you winning. My number one goal for the next twelve months is to help you mind listener to reduce risk in your life so go to my worst investment ever dot com right now and download the risk reduction checklist and see how you measure up as we conclude the renzo. I want to thank you again. For coming on the show and on behalf of stotts academy i hereby award you alumni status turning your worst investment. Ever into your best teaching moment. Do you have any parting words for the audience. Thank you so much. Believe in yourself the simple fact that you're listening to this show tells me that you are interesting. Better yourself so continued that work boom. That's a wrap on another great story to help us create grow in protect well fellow. Risk-takers this is your worst podcast host. Andrew stotz saying. I'll see you on the upside..

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"lorenzo" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

KERWIN FROST TALKS!

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

"That have the brand and that vision of itself in and of itself Makes it really easy to make decisions true. Do you believe there's a balance like do you ever like like. Is there a turn on. Turn off button for jail. Lorenzo like are you one hundred percent of the time like because anytime i talk to your kind of like it's weird. I feel like you've seen kind of every stage that i've gone through my entire life like seen the growth yeah but also just like my like me entering adulthood kind of known me sometimes a kid so it's like yeah but for me. There's no turn off button. I'm kind of like the same person. Exactly is anxious and i was like over the top all the time and i think that's the best thank you. Yeah i think that's the best man and You know my goal was how how. How am i like a hundred percent of the time. The same jail jerry lorenzo. Yeah so that. I don't have to change when i get home. I don't have to be someone different when i'm at work or that's one of the first things you kind of go through. I feel like maybe especially being a family man. Because it's just like how much do i separate how much what's your process My thought process was initially tried to keep everything kinda separate and in doing so. I was approaching things with a different level of integrity or a different character. Yeah and the only like what. I was touching at home in my work and my friend and my with my friends and my social life They were inconsistent and so an inconsistency in and of itself is like a heavyweight to have to turn off and on these different characters yup. And so like you said like. I've just been trying to be the same person like one hundred percent of the time. Yeah so that if you hit me up like yo. We're going to do this interview. I don't have to prepare a who i am. Yup yeah so it it. It relieves preparation. It relieves me of that off and on switch. Obviously there's times when you know. We need to be on for other reasons for you. Know in the boardroom. Exactly i was gonna say for like you know meeting talking to talking to adidas like whatever that may be it comes from the same spirit but the level of on mrs may be higher but who i am at the end of the day you know. Been striving to just kind of be the same jerry. All the time. It's really interesting because you kind of you started. Fear of god like later in your life Which is amazing. Because so many like..

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"lorenzo" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

KERWIN FROST TALKS!

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

"That have the brand and that vision of itself in and of itself Makes it really easy to make decisions true. Do you believe there's a balance like do you ever like like. Is there a turn on. Turn off button for jail. Lorenzo like are you one hundred percent of the time like because anytime i talk to your kind of like it's weird. I feel like you've seen kind of every stage that i've gone through my entire life like seen the growth yeah but also just like my like me entering adulthood kind of known me sometimes a kid so it's like yeah but for me. There's no turn off button. I'm kind of like the same person. Exactly is anxious and i was like over the top all the time and i think that's the best thank you. Yeah i think that's the best man and You know my goal was how how. How am i like a hundred percent of the time. The same jail jerry lorenzo. Yeah so that. I don't have to change when i get home. I don't have to be someone different when i'm at work or that's one of the first things you kind of go through. I feel like maybe especially being a family man. Because it's just like how much do i separate how much what's your process My thought process was initially tried to keep everything kinda separate and in doing so. I was approaching things with a different level of integrity or a different character. Yeah and the only like what. I was touching at home in my work and my friend and my with my friends and my social life They were inconsistent and so an inconsistency in and of itself is like a heavyweight to have to turn off and on these different characters yup. And so like you said like. I've just been trying to be the same person like one hundred percent of the time. Yeah so that if you hit me up like yo. We're going to do this interview. I don't have to prepare a who i am. Yup yeah so it it. It relieves preparation. It relieves me of that off and on switch. Obviously there's times when you know. We need to be on for other reasons for you. Know in the boardroom. Exactly i was gonna say for like you know meeting talking to talking to adidas like whatever that may be it comes from the same spirit but the level of on mrs may be higher but who i am at the end of the day you know. Been striving to just kind of be the same jerry. All the time. It's really interesting because you kind of you started. Fear of god like later in your life Which is amazing. Because so many like..

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"lorenzo" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

KERWIN FROST TALKS!

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

"Hey i'm kirwin. Frost and are you sitting at the couch watching interviews ever thought about starting your own business. That's a crazy idea. Well you can very easily on shop respectfully taxi one proton growing into the interview with clown shoes on his feet. Tall is a man who's going to win. Hey i'm kirwin. Frost this episode across hawks we're speaking to an icon. The most interesting man in the world. Jerry lorenzo romar was not ready for that. That's it's like my theresa tech. I just it makes me stop into it. Thanks for having me on your plane So so much to talk about. This is crazy this is like. Yeah i feel like there's been so much time in the making. Yeah been i've been super good. I've been good man. I'm coming out of the pandemic home for years not traveling. I've got to like spent a lot of time with my family and wife and kids and Just really enjoying this new perspective. From from that crazy shift the world went through so Yeah just kind of reframed like kind of how we were talking off camera. Just like how we're approaching. Everything is being looked at through a new a new perspective new prism. And i'm enjoying that new lens. Yeah been good man. it's crazy. Yeah what about you man. I'm like thinking about a million different things. But i shouldn't ask questions right like no no. No i like that. No one going to those exact same things. I feel like i have like a tougher. Time like acknowledging them and just kind of like looking at everything like is like a ongoing chaos. Yeah you know what i mean like. Yeah this entire has been instinct. And it's weird. I feel like there's like this The chef where it's like you either like keep focusing on what you're yeah how do you. How do you stay in tune with what's going on while like focusing on your work. Yeah and what's important. Yes exactly yeah. Yeah how do you how do i. I think honestly man. Like kind of what i was saying. I think i think the pandemic kind forced you to put everything into perspective. I think what you have a vision in perspective for your life. I think it's easy for things to fall into their respective places. Yup and where they fit into that vision. I think I just feel super clear about the vision..

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"lorenzo" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

KERWIN FROST TALKS!

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on KERWIN FROST TALKS!

"Hey i'm kirwin. Frost and are you sitting at the couch watching interviews ever thought about starting your own business. That's a crazy idea. Well you can very easily on shop respectfully taxi one proton growing into the interview with clown shoes on his feet. Tall is a man who's going to win. Hey i'm kirwin. Frost this episode across hawks we're speaking to an icon. The most interesting man in the world. Jerry lorenzo romar was not ready for that. That's it's like my theresa tech. I just it makes me stop into it. Thanks for having me on your plane So so much to talk about. This is crazy this is like. Yeah i feel like there's been so much time in the making. Yeah been i've been super good. I've been good man. I'm coming out of the pandemic home for years not traveling. I've got to like spent a lot of time with my family and wife and kids and Just really enjoying this new perspective. From from that crazy shift the world went through so Yeah just kind of reframed like kind of how we were talking off camera. Just like how we're approaching. Everything is being looked at through a new a new perspective new prism. And i'm enjoying that new lens. Yeah been good man. it's crazy. Yeah what about you man. I'm like thinking about a million different things. But i shouldn't ask questions right like no no. No i like that. No one going to those exact same things. I feel like i have like a tougher. Time like acknowledging them and just kind of like looking at everything like is like a ongoing chaos. Yeah you know what i mean like. Yeah this entire has been instinct. And it's weird. I feel like there's like this The chef where it's like you either like keep focusing on what you're yeah how do you. How do you stay in tune with what's going on while like focusing on your work. Yeah and what's important. Yes exactly yeah. Yeah how do you how do i. I think honestly man. Like kind of what i was saying. I think i think the pandemic kind forced you to put everything into perspective. I think what you have a vision in perspective for your life. I think it's easy for things to fall into their respective places. Yup and where they fit into that vision. I think I just feel super clear about the vision..

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Two-Minute Leadership Tip with Thomas Heppner

Hacking Your Leadership

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Two-Minute Leadership Tip with Thomas Heppner

"My name is thomas. And you're listening to hacking or leaderships two-minute tips criticism is something that a lot of people dread but when delivered properly it can positively impact you and your team as a leader. You are personally accountable for the development of others. Lorenzo is always saying this and i agree with one hundred percent. But how can you develop others. If you can't even do that for yourself. Well it all starts with you as a leader being able to take constructive criticism not only from those above you but also from the people around. You not getting defensive. When someone critiques you this shows you people that you have a growth mindset and are open to other opinions when delivering constructive criticism. You need to ensure that it is stemming from the desire to help others grow. That's the whole point when people see that they're more likely to make changes based on the feedback given to them. So how'd you start doing this. How do you start normalising constructive criticism with team. I it all starts with having an open dialogue between you and your team. Everyone has to have the understanding that this criticism is stemming from the desire to help them grow to help make them better leader or team member. It is not a way to complain about someone second if you have a valid critique follow up with the why and how behind why you're pointing this out and how they can improve and lastly always be open to criticism from others. I found to be one of the best ways for me to grow personally. Following these three simple steps can help you and your team achieve new levels of communication and efficiency.

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Santa Cruz homeless camp to be relocated to Benchlands area

Tom Sullivan

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Santa Cruz homeless camp to be relocated to Benchlands area

"City of Santa Cruz will now begin removing the homeless, staying at an encampment located partly in San Lorenzo Park. A federal judge granted the city permission to remove them from the encampment and then relocate them to the bench ones. Area officials said today that it is a process that could take weeks as they start to establish temporary camp sites in that area.

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No charges for man who killed robber during summer looting in Chicago

John Howell

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

No charges for man who killed robber during summer looting in Chicago

"Another man trying to rob him during looting on the West side over the death of George Floyd in Chicago won't face criminal charges. The Cook County state's attorney's office determine the man acted in self defense when he struck 31 year old Lorenzo Thomas in the abdomen with a metal bar. The attack occurred June 2nd Thomas died at the hospital on June 5th

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Yes, Capitol Rioters Were Armed. Here Are The Weapons They Used

Morning Edition

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Yes, Capitol Rioters Were Armed. Here Are The Weapons They Used

"Of the people who attacked the U. S Capitol in January six. Syria's of videos on the FBI website shows the mob punching and beating officers. It also shows rioters using what appear to be batons and baseball bats and dousing some police with chemical sprays. Still, some have falsely claimed that the capital riders were not really armed. That day. NPR investigative correspondent Tom Dreisbach reports on why that's just not true. Not long after the Capitol riot, Republican Senator Ron Johnson said this the fact the matter is this didn't seem isn't like an armed insurrection to me. When you hear arm don't stick up firearms, it's become a popular narrative that the capital riot was not really armed. It's also misleading. First, Let's talk about guns. It is true that the only gun fired on January 6th was by law enforcement who killed writer Ashley Babbitt. But the Justice Department has brought gun charges against at least three people connected to the violence of the capital. Those three are not alleged to have breached the building. One of those defendants, Lonnie Kaufman, allegedly parked his truck near the capital filled with what a federal judge called a small armory authorities seizing from Kaufman's truck, multiple firearms, a crossbow. And a cooler containing particularly lethal homemade Molotov cocktails. Prosecutors have also cited evidence from Facebook posts and witness statements that other writers brought guns on the Capitol grounds, too. Capitol Police estimate around 800 people breached the building. But the vast majority were not arrested or searched at the time, so we just don't know exactly how many might have been carrying guns. But the other weapons people were armed with Those were plainly visible from the footage that day. investigators say there were batons, fire extinguishers, baseball bats, clubs, at least one stun gun. As well as pepper spray. Those weapons are often classified as less lethal. But police expert Lorenzo Boyd says they can still be deadly. What we do know is there were a lot of other weapons that could be lethal weapons as applied, officials say more than 100 officers were injured on January 6th entry, suffering gouged eyes, concussions and damage spinal discs. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick. Nick was allegedly sprayed by two writers with an unidentified chemical and died the following day. Authorities still have not identified his exact cause of death. NPR has been tracking every single criminal case related to the capital riots. Now more than 300 of those cases, we've identified nearly 40 that reference, a suspect wielding some sort of weapon. This was a pretty heavily armed crew of people compared to what you usually see it protests that tidy Pyrrhic, co founder of the global project on Hate and extremism. She's followed extremist groups for decades. Even when you see people who are armed it protests and states, for example, where they have open carry laws. They aren't storming into a building using the weapons in the way that we saw at the Capitol. What's clear is that given the weaponry seen on January, 6th things could have been a lot worse but by Rick is concerned that efforts to downplay the violence are less about the fax. About politics. There's a reluctance on the part of some in conservative circles to accept that domestic terrorism is largely coming from right wing extremist groups and to actually confront violent extremism in this country, she says. We have to be clear about just how dangerous it can be. Tom Dreisbach. NPR news

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17 Dallas County Deaths Investigated for Possible Links to Winter Storm

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

17 Dallas County Deaths Investigated for Possible Links to Winter Storm

"Office is looking into 17 deaths in the county last week to see if they're related to the winter storm. Toll includes two men whose bodies were found in their garland apartment last Friday morning. Police say carbon monoxide poisoning is the suspected cause there. Another carbon monoxide death was reported before the storm hit North Texas Cops say that 34 year old Lorenzo Washington was found dead in his town home on Valentine's Day. Washington was a former college and pro football player who briefly played for the Dallas Cowboys and several other teams. President Biden is going to

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"lorenzo" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm tracy v wilson and it's january first happy new year. Lorenzo de medici was born on the stay in fourteen forty nine. The medici family of florence was rich and powerful. They had come to florence sometime in the twelfth century although they had started out as just simple tuscan peasants but over a couple of hundred years they became incredibly wealthy and powerful by the middle of the fourteenth century. There were one of florence's leading families and they also had a reputation for being extremely adept at negotiating in the worlds of politics and money and this was through. Legitimate means as well as through things like bribery. Lorenzo domenici was described as the most medici of the medici. He was nicknamed lorenzo. The magnificent he's been described as the most powerful the most famous the most brilliant the most influential in the world of art thanks to his patronage and the most ruthless came to power in florence along with his brother in fourteen sixty nine after the death of their father and the two of them were ruling together and nine years later. There was a conspiracy to assassinate both of them and to take control of the republic of florence away from the medici. This was called the pazzi. Conspiracy the potsy and the medici were basically rival families within florence. One of the things that had led to this whole rivalry in the conspiracy was that the potsy family had taken over the financial affairs of the papacy and that was taking business away from the medici which the medici did not appreciate the ringleader in. This conspiracy was francesco. Potsy and he wasn't the patriarch of the pazzi family. But he was the one that was driving all of this. The fascination was finally set to take place during easter mass. in fourteen. seventy eight and lorenzo's brother giuliano was killed but lorenzo escaped afterward though. Lorenzo sought retro bution against olive his conspirators. There was a lot of hanging people throwing them out windows. A lot of dismemberments overall it was very gruesome and there were more than seventy executions of purported co-conspirators this whole incident though really shaped lorenzo's that his brother was dead so he was on his own in terms of his leadership at the republic and it had also gotten rid of a lot of actors and demonstrated the links that he would go to so after this whole conspiracy and the war that followed food. He had the support of a lot of the people of florence. He ruled almost as a monarch. Although lorenzo really liked to describe himself as just a highly respectable citizen anything special he and others in the family also acted as patrons to writers and artists and architects including people like botticelli and leonardo davinci among many others there was also of course michelangelo. Who was brought up partially in the medici household lorenzo domenici was also a collector of antiquities and of artwork. Basically what they were doing. They couldn't really afford to pay for the most extravagant biggest name artwork so they would find lesser known undiscovered talent of sort of cultivate them by their work for cheap. It's not however totally accurate to say that the medici family single paid for the renaissance. Sometimes they are described that way. Lorenzo was also a poet himself in addition to his patronage of other artists by the fourteen ninety s though lorenzo's health was declining the city of florence. Also becoming less and less enamored with the lifestyle that he had enabled and encouraged. This is a lifestyle that was just full of lavish festivals. in extravagance. He died at the age of only forty three. His son giovanni later became pope. Leo the tenth.

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"lorenzo" Discussed on Electrum Radio

Electrum Radio

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on Electrum Radio

"People out there don't let who Dan Dan Lorenzo. Hey let me sorry new name cut. Let's edit that. Oh you told me that. I've got Dan. Painful pleasures puffed in caches. Fucking fuck that up. Because I'm screwed up. You got many many names Dan. Lorenzo is the one name but I don't WanNa talk but you are a rep for painful pleasure have been for years. I'm a sales what I call it. Okay Colorado This is my my yeah Now I will say this and argued with people a some of them's in this building right now a call one of them out Andy Smith up. Because that's what I'll do okay. I mean I own what I say because I've actually I've taken up for you several times right. Not that you need it. But I'm just I'm just telling you this is how these folks are so I've seen you walk around right and handcart to every person in we. We say that that row right there. Right is a complete sponsored. Run right but you'll still put your car on there because all it takes us for one person to use dance card calls on the back of it. It tells you you get a discount now. Here's what works folks. Used THE DAMN car. Are you paying attention? Hundred used the damn card that Dan graciously puts on your fucking table that he took his time to come down here from Jersey to Attend this festival which is actually a good vegetable and they really and And it doesn't matter to Dan that you're sponsored artist because at the end of the day Which in this instance this particular person they actually buy stuff from you guys right right. So you're GonNa make money either way. It doesn't matter But I'm just telling you guys you know. Dan's a good do He's he's you if you tattoo or you've seen Dan at most east coast shows and a lot of west coast shows. I've actually seen them in a couple of west coast amber sale one time through Salem our own Tattoo Week. I'm not going on now. I don't eat the food. There's a lot about that is there? That's what we gotTa Talk Of. We will talk about definitely But again I'm trying to give you a good plug here cal. This makes his living. Because you know I'm GonNa say it. I loved music but I'm also an eighties kid and I grew up with that kind of music and Dan is a still a rock star. That never grew up and he still plays music. And you're an asshole if you don't download his shit on itunes vessel of light the album wait. I wanted to tell you. I'm from Ruben. Barahona are you seri- Saudi. You make that happen. Well you know our I try and be nice to people. Okay that most opt for two seconds because I have an intro which you haven't heard podcast. You don't hurt my feelings because I did buy your album but you still yet. To hear my podcast. I'm going to be listening to this one. Because you're fucking on But I will do that is fucking shit. Look at this Ruben. Barahona by serpent rise. The band's called vessel of light that is Yanni. Check that the pictures amazed. Yeah Ruben came to see US. Play A club demand. Brooklyn called Lucky. Thirteen is that when he came over and painful pleasures sponsors Ruben. So we talk. And he's very into heavy metal. You know he loves really heavy stuff. But that's a that is doug. This isn't an ideal cover. Yes yeah so Barahona good new vessel of white album cover ambience. Both of cheap equipment. That's all right at cheap equipment but I travel a lot and equipment is not easy to take care of it. Good cap though my stick out here. Not only what? I'll do that again. Make sure you turn his head down so he came here. What I'm saying you know might be on might be you know cruise for Buchan sponsored here. I'm just saying and I'll get unless I got a good story about one of my ex sponsors so anyway did somebody tell you. I was weird biggest car to get back to. I'm sorry I just say this is what happens. I I I get confused about what I'm going to talk about. So there's no structure and people still see people still talk to you while you have headphones are right like are you serious. They wouldn't do that to a doctor while he's operating would though what they know they would not so this and you know what? I'm actually going to take you over and introduce you to age. But you've actually no work. She is okay but she's like I want to say we in New York without her show. Read the at the Casino. Show lose casinos and By the way thank you for letting me did podcast. Here's again that's awesome. Actually listening to this Calm Angie after the show and she says look admits and I'm a look at us again. That's Dan Lorenzo's card what I'm like. What what what what. I'm a sponsor you know. Not that I'm supposed to like she says in this boon right and he did a Mike Good. That's his business. That's it's okay to do that. I'm like it's not hers. This trade show. Yeah this what's it used to be? They used to be dried. Joe's where many different people could be in a room set the same thing and it wasn't a big deal you remember. That is like that. I don't want to step on anybody's toes ever but we sell over two thousand products. So even if you're sponsored by some other company got a couple of you have that maybe they don't have right so it was funny. Though 'cause this went on for a couple of days she gets home while I was the topic of conversation up it it it was it was. It was good though but she gets home and she literally called memoirs. That was Tuesday Tuesday. Tuesday I mean I could go back to Bristol tall by John. Van Made my follow on call properly or A. She's like this dude and I'm like what she said. He sent me an email but he's doing his job up. Sedans utai crazy. Dan from painful and I told her. I says it's it's fine. I'm like dude. Got to eat just like us. Yeah and I said you know. He's out about display support. Him was not be a fucking asses. So know many many names that you wear.

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"lorenzo" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:09 min | 2 years ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on WJR 760

"Dave Lorenzo along with Nick nerve in our special guest host from your Michigan and we sure are happy that you are with us this year this day and you know I've been thinking about the fact that we're going into a new year in a moment so I am happy that you have been with us this last year and and hope that you're going to be sticking around for this entire hour for today's program and programs into the future and this two thousand twenty year that we're about to come into so the cool thing is that on today's program we talk a little bit about some of that new year's activities and Sachin the holiday activities and will also mention little bitty into a provide a little information about skiing opportunities in Michigan I know last week we we really centered in on skiing and such but the new year is right around the corner and we're going to find some really fun things to to enjoy for the new year's eve activities one of them is going to be up in Marquette that's right Dave cell as you mentioned there are many ways to enjoy the holiday season in pure Michigan and we're gonna talk with bill Dick night up in market where they're getting ready for the big ball drop for the seller to ring in the new year they're in Marquette bill is with the force Roberts theater at northern Michigan university and bill what to tell someone about how you're preparing to ring in the new year all were excited appearing market you're talking about being we have plenty of snow also seemed like a warning Christmas or new year's eve double new year's eve I guess definitely market three one of the we are working fast and furious to create a very exciting downtown experience it's on Front Street and between Britain third on Washington Street rate down in our business corridor and it is tons of fun we have a brand new custom ball we have Spiro reason being light show outside it actually starts the festivities at about eleven PM downtown with music and bands actually playing outside we embrace the cold up here and then goes actually to about twelve thirty so we celebrate people are dancing in the street and just having tons of fun so working on getting all the mounting and all the technical stuff ready to drop the ball about a hundred feet down from the building and and just have a ton of fun with that no bill whenever I hear the word pyro I know there's something I want to be involved with their and so it sounds like you are are really going all out to enjoy the new year's eve activities in Marquette no big surprise though mark cat is is just really a cool town along the been there I'd been here off and on since about two thousand three but consistently for about the last six years yeah it's a great town I I would think that new year's eve there would be a blast if only because of all those students that they are in the Marquette area I I bet they really provide some real liveliness to a new year's eve back yeah we've got that we grew up in New York City big city he'll but a small town services or say so it's a really good time I mean thousands of people show up it's family friendly so anybody can calm we also do have inside the masonic building written where the ball drop was actually dropped from we have our ball drop bass ridge is twenty one and up the maps are four rooms of entertainment with live bands and all the different things that are part of our with the purpose to raise money for the Shriners children's hospital so there's a lot of different things there's about nine or ten different entertainment venues and are either reason you're agreeing that have lots of new year's eve festivities going on you can ping pong your way around on Tom trouble for a while you mentioned the snow earlier bell and I know that a lot of folks travel to market to enjoy the outdoors all year and I know that with a possible snow fall their market mountain will be in full swing what other kinds of things can people do during the day to get outdoors and market all while where do I begin I would say you have cross country skiing snowshoeing you can go rent a fat bike and built up like right here right now the way they did people love that fat tire biking I am yeah and a lot of the bike shop sex it is rented so you don't have to go spend thousands of dollars to give it a shot you can kind of give it a give it a go yourself we got a couple of great mountains like sugar loaf mom they can go take a hike and look at Lake Superior and the the coastline kind of covered in snow on what that looks like walk over by one of the order boat appears and see all that going on as well as really looking at just just getting out in the downtown area of the shopping there's lots of different stores and boutiques to look at and really it's really kind of up to you as well as I I personally would you buy weights remarks as many good food and and restaurants you give a give a try to well bill you we're earlier describing this rather theatrical production at least it sounds like for your new year's eve celebration no big surprise you are director of theater at forest robbers theater of northern Michigan university and your co owner of double trouble entertainment so sounds like you're gonna really provide a big party for everybody in Marquette yeah this is the this is the fourth year we've been took over the ball drop from some great community members that have been doing it for the last twenty and we like to just kind of the anti every year we've got such you special surprise the to to really make it it's a show we tell people to get down early because things are going on and lots of technical spectacle if you will need to to to be seen and and just really enjoy now that it's going to be a great time and I know you guys are gonna really played up well a special with that pyro you got you really paid I got my my ears to pay attention to you they're the new year's eve ball drop is going to be really special and market in great thanks to bill big night and his production crew for all they're going to be doing and if you're looking for a kind of like a unique place to enjoy a new year's eve you might want to consider Marquette you can still get some hotel rooms in the area too so if you go to the hotel section at Michigan.

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"lorenzo" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Unknown serial killer was finally brought to justice prosecute offers agreed to a deal because I didn't want to drag out the proceedings any longer for families of the victims Lorenzo's deal was that he would wave nearly all of his hill rights and would request a bench trial rather than a trial by jury of his peers a bench trial is a trial that is held only in front of a judge and jury only the judge hears evidence and assigns the guilt or innocence of the defendant the prosecution side had an overwhelming amount of DNA evidence against so which can be a great advantage in bench trials because juries can sometimes get confused by too much for evidence incredibly his defense attorney argued that his client did like to visit sex workers and that perhaps someone else had followed Lorenzo Gillard killing the victims behind him of course prosecutors argued how absolutely absurd such an idea was and even the judge had to agree that such an ideal was ridiculous the judge wrote a scathing ten page remarks findings of fact and verdict finding Lorenzo guilty of six counts of murder on April fourteenth two thousand seven Lorenzo was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for those six counts of murder each conviction applied to the murder of a single victim he was acquitted on one count and six counts were dismissed as part of his deal one count of murder for Helga Krueger was added drew Lorenzo was initially charge as he came up and another DNA match in her cold case after the original twelve her charge was one that was dismissed as out of the plea deal no one knew about this dangerous killer because of the pattern of killing in the type of victims police admitted they believe they had the serial killer on their hands with investigated these cases because most of the victims were sex workers they just weren't given the same media coverage and instigation as other serial killers victims sadly Lorenzo Gilead could have probably been caught sooner if the police had given these debts the proper investigation Shen because Lorenzo the same mo for each and every murder there should have been some kind of red flag to police that they were dealing with the same person the had him in their sights for Sheila ingles murder surfable lives might have been saved there is an organization called the sex workers outreach that is an international group which looks closely at the deaths of sex workers in order to provide information and resources to them the Kansas City murders even escaped their knowledge unfortunately the murder of sex workers are often considered throwaway cases that don't get the same kind of police resources asthma's other murders despite the fact that every crime scene was nearly identical in that Lorenzo used the same method each time which was to rape strangle Oh and then position his victims he had a variety of different victims in terms of phrasing age he had Caucasian and African American victims ranging aid from fifteen to thirty six while they were almost all sex workers one was mentally ill woman that ended up on the streets often taking rides from strangers there's they were all vulnerable women who were overlooked by mainstream society David Krajicek who writes for the Crime Library on Tru TV reported that one of the victims relatives spoke to the press outside of the sentencing hearing they said that the conviction was quote a gift I thought we would never Steve Crashes Tech went onto write quote her gratitude is understandable but it also indicates that the loved ones of murdered prostitutes have low at expectations for Justice Okay Fan club members as I conclude this episode my one question to you is how will you sleep tonight. thank you for listening if you enjoy the episode please be sure to leave us a positive on apple podcasts or your podcast player of choice it really does help us out you can find us on most social media platforms twitter at TC FC pod facebook dot com slash t CFC podcast you can find this on Instagram TCJC underscore podcast and of course our website is shoe crime fan club dot com if you have an assode requests send us an email T. CFC pot at G. dot com producer for the show is Nico who manages we talk of dreams follow him on twitter ad talk of dreams or visit his website we talk of dreams Dot Com researching content editing was conducted by Britney Martinez writing.

"lorenzo" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

11:30 min | 3 years ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"Get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at CBS these statements have not been evaluated by the FDA this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease Lawrence O. Gillyard was born into a family filled with violence his father brother and sister all have served are serving prison sentences for violent crimes it almost seems inevitable that Lorenzo to would go on to live a life of crime and violence towards women he was born on May twenty fourth nineteen fifty and Kansas City Missouri and was one of three children Lorenzo married his first wife Rena Hill nineteen sixty eight when he was only eighteen years old she had become pregnant so they decided to get married their marriage ended after five years and she later go on to say that it was five years of pure torture that began almost immediately after they married they were high school sweethearts and Rena only news lorenzo to be fun until their marriage after his eventual arrest she described the mental health counseling she received after their marriage and the counselor she felt she would need again after learning of his horrific crimes during their first year of marriage Lorenza was accused of assault against an acquaintance he accused and arrested twice for rape and assault in nineteen sixty four by an unknown woman but the accusations never seem to go anywhere and Lorenzo was still on the streets terrorising his wife and anyone else that seemed to set him off Rena and Lorenzo divorced in nineteen seventy three and less than one your later. He was accused of raping an exotic dancer in July of Nineteen seventy-four Lorenzo was charged with reaping the thirteen year old sister a friend he was convicted in nineteen seventy five and sentenced to only nine months in jail during this time he was evaluated by a psychiatrist as part of his competency test but it was noted that Lorenzo would not require psychotherapy and no further testing or evaluation was done he was released and his crimes immediately escalated in Nineteen seventy seven Lorenzo began his murder spree which would go on until nineteen ninety-three and take the lives of thirteen women who were killed simply because they were sex workers which made them more vulnerable to this type of psychopath and allows murderers to go unnoticed by police for so long on April Seventeenth nineteen seventy seven stacey swamp was found at the corner of forty then Garfield in Kansas City Missouri she had been raped and was naked with only a binding on her arm she was lying on her back with her legs spread stacey died of strangulation and the age of seventeen little was reported about his second marriage and divorce and on October first nineteen seventy nine nine Lorenzo married his third wife it was in the same year that he also was accused of kidnapping and rape there was a young couple that claimed that Lorenzo had kid nap them at gunpoint tied the man up and raped the woman in September of Nineteen Eighty Lorenzo was acquitted of the kidnapping and rape charges after a jury retrial after his acquittal on those charges he was convicted of aggravated assault for threatening to shoot his wife she divorced him in January of nineteen eighty one and in March he assaulted her again twice. Lorenzo was sentenced on November twentieth nineteen eighty one to one year in jail or third degree assault and four years for burglary for a different incident he was able to post an appeal bond which allowed him to be released for several months following his center since on January twenty third nineteen eighty the youngest of Lawrence's victims Gwendolyn design was found out thirteen twelve PA- CEO Street and Kansas City lead up against building she was raped but found fully clothed except her shoes window. Lynn died of strangulation at only fifteen years old on May ninth nineteen eighty two Margaret Miller was found at thirty seven and Garfield in Kansas City she had been raped and was completely nude except for her socks and shoes she was last seen wearing a blue and white striped shirt with blue and white John King top a white ball lease panties two pairs of socks walks and tennis shoes she also had a key that was clipped to her bra the jogging top was found tied around her neck and blue stocking cap was stuffed into her mouth margaret died from strangulation just seventeen years old only a little over a week later on May Seventeenth Nineteen eighty-two Lorenzo finally began serving his sentence from his November nineteen eighty-one conviction Lorenzo didn't serve the full term of his sentence he was released on parole on January tenth nineteen eighty three but he violated parole and ended up being sentenced to serve more prison time on January second nineteen eighty six he was released and got to work pretty quickly he became a sanitation worker for Deafen Volunteers Bozell service it was reported that Lorenzo was well liked at word and regarded as a hard worker he was even promoted to a supervisor position which he held up until his eventual arrest on March fourteenth nineteen eighty-six Catherine Berry was found under a piece of plywood at three thousand one central street in Kansas City which was the location of an older public works building that had long been abandoned she had been raped and was nude with the white rosary necklace and a black stocking tied around her neck. Catherine was a mother of three children and was the only victim that wasn't a sex worker rather it was reported that she was mentally ill and had walked away from home well on the reach she frequently accepted rides from strangers Catherine died from strangulation when she was only thirty four years old Newman Kelly was found on August sixth eighteen th one thousand nine hundred eighty six at rocket park at tenth and Harrison and Kansas City she was raped and found nude lying facing upward with her legs spread towel around her neck she was a single mother that was attending business school was also doing sex work to make ends meet she was last seen wearing a red dress it also died of strangulation at the age of twenty three on November twenty seventh nineteen eighty six Debbie blevins was found at thirty eight one Wyandotte Avenue in Kansas City she was raped and was located in the bushes on her stomach she was naked except for her socks on Seventeenth Nineteen eighty-seven and Barnes was found on the corner of thirteenth in Lydia in Kansas City she was raped and nude lying face up with spread and her knees bent she was last seen wearing a pullover blue jeans and tennis shoes and she was also wearing a gold watch and a gold chain and died from strangulation when she was thirty six years old less than two months later on June ninth nineteen eighty-seven Kelly Ford was found at thirteen drained West Valentine in a wooded area of the park she had been raped and was lying face up completely nude except for one song she was last seen wearing dark blue sunglasses a black hat earrings and had on a green shirt white undershirt blue jeans socks and high top sneakers really died from strangulation and twenty years old on September Twelfth Nineteen eighty-seven a little over three months later Angela mayhew was found on the twenty six hundred block of genesee Kansas City she was on her side completely clothes except for her socks and shoes in this murder there appear to be any signs of sexual assault however police did recover some hairs from her sweater that they were able to test slater for DNA which would gently lead to Lorenzo Gillard Angela died from strangulation when she was only nineteen years old shockingly not even a month later on Remember Third Nineteen eighty-seven Sheila and gold was found at thirty seven forty trust in Kansas City in an abandoned van she had been raped and was nude except for a sweater pulled up over her breasts and her legs were spread friends and family reported to police that she always wore silver and gold ring but neither found with her body she'll die from strangulation when she was thirty six years old in December of nineteen eighty seven police detectives were investigating Sheila in Gould's murderer and Lorenzo Gillard name came up as a possible suspect he voluntarily submitted his blood as part of the investigation but nothing ever came of it and he was not pursued further despite his interaction with police on December nineteenth nineteen eighty-seven carmine hibbs was found at thirty five sixty Broadway in Kansas City and a second story parking garage wearing all of her clothes except for her shoes the only thing in this murder is that despite being fully clothed the crotch of her underwear in chiens were torn out carmine was raped and died from strangulation when she was thirty years old on February Twelfth Nineteen eighty-nine Helga Krueger was found lying face down in the street she was twenty six years old and was from Austria additional details of this particular crime are unknown the murder was connected to Lorenzo Gillard after he was already in jail awaiting trial on his other murder charges.

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"lorenzo" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

True Crime Fan Club Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lorenzo" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast

"The like Few onto live CD medic target your pain at its source it's fast acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil. it's cutting into your exercise time it stabbing you in the back nine and it's attacking your peace of mind it's pain and it's vent any disease explicit content is found in this episode so listener discretion is advised welcome back always knows when a serial killer is on the loose so how could one remain living among the unsuspecting public undetected by all then it is precisely what happened with Lorenzo Gilead for several decades before DNA evidence finally brought him to justice a retired says the elegy professor everyone in the country knew your name you're famous killer now a guy kills thirteen and nobody's ever heard of him okay onto the show.

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