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CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:29 min | 2 weeks ago

CNN Bans On-Air Drinking During New Year's Eve Broadcasts

"Again, one of those shows that not exactly what you signed up for, but it's Monday and that's the way it is. Also on CNN, I watched the history of sitcoms. The other night oh, by the way, big news. The head of CNN. Chris licked, my told you is going to do great things at that network. He's still making sweeping changes. You know, he got rid of Brian stelter as we know, the guy who also the guy who was jerking off during the Zoom call, Jeffrey too, but he's gone. He took Don lemon's prime time shell away, and now he's really changing things. It was announced that there will be no more drinking alcohol during CNN's New Year's Eve broadcast. Doesn't Chris lick no, that was the only reason why any of us tuned in to see Andy Collin lit up with Anderson Cooper who could barely handle a shot. We used to have a drunk Kathy Griffin with a lot of fun people, Don Lennon was loaded, dancing, it's fun. Give him one day a year to be assholes. Well, seen in their assholes, all year long. But you know, one day is not that big. But no, he cut it out. No more alcohol. So I'm watching this show, the sitcom story, you know, no show ever, ever says anything nice about rosemary. You guys know rosemary. I don't think all of you do. You might act like you do, but you don't. Those of you under 40, 45, probably have no clue. Rosemary was great on the Dick Van Dyke show. She was married to Maury Amsterdam on the show. Van Dyke was something you always want. And he'd walk in and trip over the sofa, a little cushion, and it got home and had his Martine. It was one of those shows, whatever. It was easy viewing, you hear the dogs? just as loud. But rosemary at 5 years old, she was offered a 7 year contract and became a radio star at NBC radio network. And then she made a bunch of films. At 5. Could you imagine what her me too stories were about? I mean, she's dead now, but could you imagine the stories she could tell you about running around desks and who was trying to nail her? This is back when women were secretaries and housewives on librarians. I also saw a bunch of stuff how great to watch Ed Asner as Lou grant on the Mary Tyler Moore show, saw a clip where he got all hot and bothered by Mary's friend, wrote a morgen star, remember Valerie Harper house I loved rhoda. Rona was like before Laverne on Laverne and Shirley. Before Laverne defazio, rona Morgan stern was the first girl on a sitcom that, as an Italian kid, or as a city kid, you'd go, I mean, I grew up a Long Island, but I still had a little bit of Brooklyn in me. You see that girl and you go, oh yeah, that's my cousins. That's our Friends. I know wrote a Morgan stern. Jewish or Italian same thing. Laverne de fazio, same thing. I didn't grow up with Cindy's. I grew up with Laverne's. And I grew up with rhoda's not Mary Tyler Moore's. And it was wonderful to see her because then you said, oh my God, there's a chance for all of us to get work. It's a lot similar, it's very similar to what black people felt when suddenly they thought to appear. There are people began to appear in sitcoms. You know, build caused by was huge and I spy and it made them go, oh my God, we can do this. One of our own is there. So I get that. But there's one part where Lou, Lou grant walks around rhoda as she walks into the newsroom. And he goes, you, you're different. I like you. Then he goes behind it, and he says, I like it from back here too. An old Valerie Harper can say is, I think he's about to kick my tie is what a different world. Thinking back when I was a kid, I had no idea that kind of talk bothered women. Because I saw my mother and my sisters laugh at those comments. So how could any of us think that what they were saying was improper? You know what I mean? And then Betty White, they showed Betty White. I know Betty White way older than me, but I can't explain it. I had a crush on him. I remember being a teenager. And thinking, you know what? When I never married, it would be great to be married to a woman like Betty White. Look at that dimple on her left cheek, you can hold a couple water in that dimple. She's so funny. She loves her men. I just felt like Betty's the best. And that was a kid. I was right.

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No. 3 Michigan beats Illinois 19-17 after Corum hurts knee

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

No. 3 Michigan beats Illinois 19-17 after Corum hurts knee

"Jake moody boots a 35 yard field goal with 9 seconds left to help CFP number three Michigan stay undefeated knocking off Illinois in 1917 Moody's game winner set a program record as the reigning Lou groza award winner connected on his 65th career field goal was a Wolverine This is actually my first game winner I've ever had in my entire life Never had one in high school middle school nothing like that So you know for it to be on my final game at the big House you know It was pretty magical Michigan improved to 11 and O well Illinois drops the 7 and four despite chase brown running for a 140 yards and two scores Denny cap and arbor Michigan

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 Roberta Flack has ALS, now 'impossible to sing,' rep says

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Roberta Flack has ALS, now 'impossible to sing,' rep says

"Musician Roberta Flack has revealed she is unable to sing because of a medical condition I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Roberta Flack has been diagnosed with ALS also known as Lou Gehrig's disease Flax management says it makes it impossible for her to sing and not easy to speak Flank who's 85 is best known for songs like killing me softly with his song the closer I get to you and feel like making love the announcement comes just as a documentary about flack called Roberta will premiere Thursday at the DOC NYC film

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Turtles in demand as pets, leading to a spike in poaching

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Turtles in demand as pets, leading to a spike in poaching

"The plight of turtles is expected to get plenty of attention at an upcoming wildlife trade conference Freshwater turtles are among the world's most trafficked animals environmental police detective Harold geiss says an intern working with him had been doing a lot of Internet research He came across a Craigslist ad which was someone offering up some turtles for sale And we went from there Police arrested the seller of some tiny turtles after arranging an undercover buy at his house Poaching is driven by growing demand for turtles Lou Perrotti is director of conservation programs at Rhode Island's roger William zoo It's getting ruthless where we're seeing thousands of turtles leaving the United States on an annual basis Karate says this can't go on Turtle populations can not take that kind of a hit with that much removal coming out of the wild One study found over half of living turtles and tortoise species are at risk of extinction I'm Ed Donahue

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Sticking the Landing

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:22 min | 3 weeks ago

Sticking the Landing

"We're not counting our chickens before they are hatched. We are not we just got to let me go to a gymnastics analogy. I'm gymnastics metaphor. We've got to stick the landing. Right now, like Mary Lou Retton, we are twirling through the air and hoping to stick the landing and that means we're hoping to get the results that we need and silly crazy me, we're hoping to get those results in a timely fashion. We have been told, if you notice the people are trying to beat you into submission, election day, we're kind of Ozzy and Harriet era nonsense is that. Eisenhower's president, election day. We now need several days. We got all these mail in ballots. It's busy and lots of people are voting. And we got big cities and stuff to do and things to crunch through. So it might take the better part of a week. We should think now in terms of election week. Well, guess what? That's a hard no for me. If there are some razor thin, dead heat races, okay, I mean, we've all stayed up to the wee hours to wait for something to come in. Maybe even you wake up the next morning, and it's still not totally done. All right, I understand. I understand. But you start talking to me about well into Thursday, well into Friday well into the weekend. Oh, hell no, if you'll excuse me. And eyes are peeled and the antennae are up for all kinds of nonsense.

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Rep. James Comer: Launching a Biden Investigation After Nov. 8

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:21 min | Last month

Rep. James Comer: Launching a Biden Investigation After Nov. 8

"What kind of crimes are we talking about here? Well, Lou Dobbs asked me the same question yesterday. We're going to go as quick as we can. I think what I plan to do Todd is after the election assuming that we have a good night on November 8th, we're going to have a press conference with the House oversight committee, Jim Jordan and I will be the two main speakers at the press conference the whole committee will be flanked by having and we're going to produce all the evidence we already have. Evidence that shows that the Biden family has been influenced peddling that shows that hunter has committed numerous crimes. Now from there, what the investigation will be is they call it the Hunter Biden investigation. But it's really going to be a Joe Biden investigation because the reason we're investigating Hunter Biden is because we fear he's compromised. Joe Biden. So I think the people are going to be pleasantly surprised by the work that we've been able to do already as a committee in the minority with absolutely no help from the Biden administration. In fact, they've blocked us at every turn, but we have whistleblowers coming forward every day and it takes a few weeks to verify the authenticity of what they say and I can tell you. It's pretty damaging on the Biden family and unlock Adam Schiff when I produce something or when I give an interview, it's going to be backed up by fact.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

The latest in sports

"AP sports and Mike Reeves the Yankees and escrows played game two of their ALCS Thursday night in Houston Here's correspondent Adams Alex Bregman's third aiding three run Homer held up as the Astros beat the Yankees three to two to take a two zero ALCS lead I think we did a good job the first two games and you just got to keep playing hard and keep competing It's fun playing in the postseason great atmosphere here great atmosphere there And just looking forward to continue to compete Valdez allowed two unearned runs on four hits over 7 innings and he struck out 9 for the Astros without issuing a walk The Thursday night NFL matchup was a high scoring affair in Arizona with the Cardinals downing the saints 42 to 34 in wide receiver Deandre Hopkins returned to the lineup quarterback Kyler Murray connects with Hopkins ten times for a 103 yards He didn't look like he had any roast knocked it off real quick if he had any New Orleans quarterback Andy Dalton throws for 361 yards and four touchdowns along with three interceptions On the hardwood the clippers put 6 players in double figures in a 103 97 win over the Lakers Paul George and John wall led the way for head coach ty Lou's squad This was the gutsy win you know for us they came back and I think took the lead We went up 13 And we just took a big stuck with the game plan and I thought guys stepped up we made some big shots down the stretch but defensively I thought we were really good The other NBA contest He's the bucks down the 76ers 90 to 88 On the ice Eric Carlson that's the overtime winner to give the sharks a three to two win over the rangers It was the first win for San Jose after 5 losses to start the season We tried our best to play to win the game instead of sitting back and kind of waiting and see what's going to happen And I think in the third especially I think we did a good job Other NHL winners are the bruins Canadians Maple Leafs penguins blue jacket senators Devils wild oilers and Sabres and golden knights I'm Mike Reeves AP sports

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Dinesh Reveals Why the Colorado Christian Baker Is Back in Court

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

Dinesh Reveals Why the Colorado Christian Baker Is Back in Court

"Remember the Colorado Christian baker. This is Jack Phillips. He refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple that wanted to get married, make our wedding cake. He's like, well, I bake cakes and I'm happy to bake a cake for you, but I can't bake a wedding cake for a gay couple because I don't believe in that. So this is an issue of conscience and the Supreme Court agreed. And the Supreme Court basically found in his favor. So what happens? Just as the Supreme Court is considering that case, a transgender attorney, this is someone named autumn scaria. Sues Jack Phillips again. So this poor guy, I mean, he spent years, he spent all this time, all these resources taking his case up to the Supreme Court and he wins, and they sue them again. So this is the strategy of the left. And it's basically we're going to ruin your life and we're going to send a message to everybody else that if they take a stand on conscience, we'll ruin their lives. So it's a message of intimidation aimed quite honestly at you and at me. So autumn's gardenia goes into Jack Phillips's cake shop and says, I want a cake that has Lou frosting on the outside and pink on the inside because this reflects my gender transition. In fact, it's a symbol that somebody can in fact change their gender. While Phillips goes, listen, I'm happy to bake you a cake, but I don't agree with that message, so I'm not going to make that cake because you're forcing me in making that cake to say something that I don't believe. And so from scardinius point of view, this is the case about discrimination. It's a case about the quote, the dignity of LGBTQ Americans and for Jack Phillips, it is a simple case about conscience,

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"lou " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:27 min | 3 months ago

"lou " Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"By a young muse named Mercedes. Join us all month long for fascinating stories of women who are drivers of creativity, inspiration, and artistic expression. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is where manica. This month we're talking about muses, women who are drivers of creativity and inspiration. Today's mewes was an inspiration to some of Germany's most famous thinkers, including Friedrich Nietzsche and Sigmund Freud, but she was also an intellectual whose writings on sexual liberation and women's rights paved the way for generations of feminists. Let's talk about Lou Andrea salome. Louise salome was born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1861. She was the youngest in the family and the only daughter. Her father, a well-known Russian general, doted on her. After a relationship with a teacher became toxic, he was much older, married, and in love with her. Louise got sick. So her mother sent her to Switzerland to recover. Louise, who now went by Lou enrolled at the university of Zürich, where she studied theology and art history. But despite her academic success, lose health continued to decline. When she started coughing up blood, her mother once again planned to move. This time to a much warmer climate, Rome. In 1882, Lou and her mother arrived in Italy. Rome at the time was a hotbed of intellectuals, filled with Europe's most ambitious writers and thinkers. Lou met philosophers Paul ree and Friedrich Nietzsche and soon, both were in love with her. The three formed a love triangle and even made plans to live together in a commune they called the Trinity. Cohabitation never became a reality, but the trio did leave behind a photograph of Luna carte, brandishing a whip. Nietzsche and ree stand in front, her horses. By 1885, Lou had broken away from both Nietzsche and ree. Nietzsche in particular found inspiration in their breakup. His novel thus spoke zarathustra was directly inspired by Lou. He later wrote, my greatest poem celebrates our union and our tragic separation. By the mid 1880s, lose own writing career had started to blossom. In 1885, she published, I'm kampf ng gut, a novel about a man's destructive effects on three women. The man it seems embodied Nietzsche. Each of the three women represented an element of Lou's personality. The muse have become the artist. In 1887, Lew embarked on another romantic endeavor, marrying Friedrich Carl Andreas, a linguistic scholar. She ended up hyphenating her last name, though she made sure to put her own name last. Andreas, like many of Lou's partners, acted out wildly during their relationship. At one point, he stabbed himself in the chest with a small knife. Within two years they'd separated. Over the next decade, Lou continued to write and publish and love. She wrote about the feminist themes in enrich ibsen's plays and about Nietzsche surprisingly. She had affairs with a doctor from Vienna and a playwright from Germany. In 1898, Lou met the poet Reina Maria rilke. He was 14 years younger than her, and their relationship became one of worship. Lou ultimately was the one who convinced rilke to take the name Reina, the German version of Renee. As a new century dawned, Lou wrote a number of novels and short stories. But she craved a second career. In 1911, she went to an event hosted by the international psychoanalytic association. There, she met Sigmund Freud. By 1913, Liu had started psychoanalyzing herself. Soon, Lou was known and respected as an analyst. Lou died in 1937. For years, her relationships with prominent intellectuals earned her some fame, but it wasn't until recently that her own work reentered the conversation. Today, Lewis remembered as a writer, thinker and an icon of sexual freedom. All month, we've been talking about muses. Join us tomorrow as we start a new month highlighting women of resistance..

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Remembering the Day America Failed in Afghanistan

The Officer Tatum Show

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Remembering the Day America Failed in Afghanistan

"Working the phone tonight. I want to thank Lou that's got my back right here in this studio in Orlando. The answer Orlando dot com. Again, an honor to be here. All right, so I want to get into you guys may recall that it is the one year anniversary of an anniversary that we really don't want to be celebrating, but it's very important that we remember the Kabul attack. What happened in Kabul just a year ago when the world looked at the United States and they saw us for the first time in quite some time as a paper Tiger. 13 servicemen attacked, killed, murdered, by terrorists, the Biden administration, a complete and utter debacle on the world stage, our allies even looked at us and for the first time, they started to believe what Trump was saying all

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Tigers beat McClanahan, Rays 9-1 on Lou Whitaker Night

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Tigers beat McClanahan, Rays 9-1 on Lou Whitaker Night

"The tigers retired Lou Whitaker's number one before ending the three game skid 9 one over the raise Harold Castro drove in two runs and scored twice in helping Detroit win for just the 5th time in its last 21 games The tigers put it away with a 5 run 7th capped by Miguel Cabrera's RBI double Javi Baez added a two run double to back Garrett hill who allowed one run over 5 and a third innings Hill and the tigers bullpen blank Tampa Bay after yu Chang homered in the second Shane mcclanahan took the loss giving up four runs on 6 hits and 7 innings He's ten and 5 I'm Dave ferry

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"lou " Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

04:28 min | 4 months ago

"lou " Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"When you think about your career and what you ended up doing, do you think that you, in some ways, were born with leadership skills, or do you think that you learned how to become a leader? Well, that's a question I get regularly when I teach with these leadership, forms, I think that 99% of management is acquired. And management is a very large percentage of leadership. There's a maybe a ten or 20% of leadership that is emotional. It's intuitive. It's just attitude. I mean, great leaders, imbue organization with an emotional commitment. They create passion, they create a sense of belonging, a sense of achievement, a sense of challenge, and you have to learn how to communicate. You have to learn how to manage your time. You have to learn how to do performance appraisals. You have to learn about how to do good competitive analysis. And those are those are skills that I think you have to work on for as in a lifetime. As you know, Lou, there is a lot of conversation about the responsibility of corporations towards the public and towards their workers. And, you know, you've been really outspoken about it. And you've said that corporations have a responsibility beyond just making money. That's correct. And somehow a whole bunch of people seem to have discovered that corporations should have a responsibility beyond their shareholders. And I find this a somewhat amusing discussion because I don't know why we haven't learned or recognized that there is no successful corporation that doesn't worry about its employees, doesn't worry about the communities in which it works. I mean, you can't have a successful company in an unsuccessful community. You can't expect to have good workers, good staff members, if you don't have an education system in the country producing people who can learn and know something, can communicate. And can live in a 20th century world. So to think that corporations can simply only worry about their shareholders, is a myopic view that I've never felt at any value. Here's my point. I don't view this as some additional challenge, additional responsibility imposed on a corporation. I view this as an absolute necessary and important part of being a corporation of being successful. That's the former CEO of IBM, Lou gerstner. Lou is now retired and spends much of his time working with his foundation. And he's probably not going to be rushing back to head another company anytime soon. When asked what he misses about being a CEO, he answered, quote, knocked that much. Hey, thanks for listening to the show this week. The music for this episode was composed and performed by drop electric. I'm guy rose and you've been listening to wisdom from the top, the blue, built in productions, and NPR. This message comes from NPR sponsor, base camp, your business is growing, but so are the number of files, emails, and meetings, base camp is an all in one solution for organizing and collaborating. Keep it together, put it in base camp, more at base camp dot com slash NPR. This message comes from NPR sponsor, American Express business, with features and benefits like membership rewards points and flexible payments, AmEx business cards are built for business. Don't do business without it. Terms apply. Learn more at American Express dot com slash business cards.

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"lou " Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

06:12 min | 4 months ago

"lou " Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"In a company, and so that's why this process change. Was so important because we could not have become an integrated company. We could not have become hardware software and services. Without integrating inside the company and changing the way we paid people. I'm guy raz, and you're listening to wisdom from the top. We'll be right back. This message comes from NPR sponsor, LegalZoom, got a head full of business ideas, it's time to turn those business ideas into a business, business with LegalZoom. From content creators with podcasts to monetize, chefs with dreams of opening an Italian Peruvian fusion restaurant, anyone can get their business started with LegalZoom with the press of a button. LegalZoom, now you're in business. LegalZoom is not a law firm or a substitute for an attorney or law firm. This message comes from our sponsor Wix. Every day, billions of Google searches lead potential customers to billions of websites with Wix, your site can be one of them. Wix gives you the tools to capitalize on organic traffic and drive people straight from Google search to your website. Whether you're an SEO pro or a business owner, you get out of the box, search engine optimization settings, and the ability to customize them. So you can bring new audiences and new revenue to your site. Find out more at Wix dot com slash SEO. Support for this podcast and the following message come from Zoom used by half a million businesses, a platform for phone, chat, workspaces, events, apps, and video, enabling real-time collaboration for teams around the globe. Zoom, how the world connects. This is wisdom from the top. I'm guy Roz. How were you able to hold people accountable? I mean, there are huge challenges or multiple challenges. There are dozens of potential solutions, and then other initiatives and then other problems that are coming to you. So how are you able to sort of figure out how to compartmentalize and focus on very specific things? Because it's practically impossible for a single human to juggle 50 different things at the same time, or even ten different things at the same time. I want you to know a guy that, you know, I went home every weekend with four briefcases. I rarely got home at night before 8 or 9 o'clock at night, was left for the office at 6 30 or 7 in the morning, traveled all over the world. And probably two months after I was at IBM, I said to my wife, I made a mistake. Wow. I can't do it. I mean, I felt like I was walking in quicksand. Overwhelming, you know? I take one step forward and two steps down, but eventually there were things that we could do quickly to stabilize the company. So we quickly found some ways to cut losses. I had, when I got the IBM, we had four businesses that were losing a $1 billion each. Wow. And I said to myself, well, I don't know, Lou, this is, this is easy loop. All you got to do is get two of those to zero. And you've made $2 billion. Well, it wasn't so easy, but we did find ways to very rapidly improve the stability of the company, the financial stability, and then I was able to say to the organization, now we are stable, financially, now we're going to go grow and because we were able to do that, we actually turned a profit. 56 quarter after I was there. That gave me some time. To sort out the 50 things. When did you start to see a turnaround? When did you start to sort of see the light? Because when you got there, it was a crisis, right? Billions of dollars being lost. And how long did it take before you started to see? Well, I told you earlier that we turned a profit and about the 5th or 6th quarter. And I really was unhappy about that. I didn't want that because I knew that was going to lead a whole bunch of IBM to say, oh, good. Now we can go back to the way we were before. Right. And I was still trying to drive this sense of urgency, the sense of crisis, which is absolutely tantamount to any organization to really transform itself. I would say it was about three years in, maybe four when we had stabilized the company and then we came up with the E business campaign and that put IBM in a leadership position in the industry. We now were leading something. Because the industry went from mainframe to PC to E business or network business, and we were in front of that. And it gave the company a sense that we were not only fighting a defensive game, but we were now out in front. And that's when I felt that the wind had turned from directly in our face to our back and I just got to tell you guy that there is a dramatic difference. You can feel it. In an organization when the wind moves from in your face to your back and that's occurred about three years in and then I knew we were we were on our way.

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"lou " Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"lou " Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

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"lou " Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

Wisdom From The Top

07:23 min | 4 months ago

"lou " Discussed on Wisdom From The Top

"Legendary CEOs of the 1990s were people like Jack Welch of GE, or John chambers of Cisco, who was on our show last season. But another name that dominated the Pantheon of great CEOs at the end of last century was Lou gerstner of IBM. Not only was he the first IBM CEO to be recruited from outside the company, but when he was asked to take the job in 1993, Lou gerstner had never really worked for a technology company. And as you'll hear, he arrived to the company in the middle of a huge crisis. Big blue as IBM is known, was one of the biggest players in technology in the world. But as the personal computer revolution started to take off in the 1980s, smaller upstarts like Dell and compaq were leaving IBM in the dust. In addition, Microsoft's window system was crushing IBM's OS two system. An IBM had a decentralized structure that created a whole series of redundancies and inefficiencies. The day Luger arrived at IBM, he famously said quote, the last thing IBM needs right now is a vision. And instead, he focused on things like breaking through IBM's internal bureaucracy and making tough decisions. That approach would pay off because between the time gerstner arrived IBM in 1993, and the time he left 9 years later, the company's market cap went from 29 billion to a 168 billion. But even though Lou gerstner is remembered as a legendary CEO, he says he never intended to lead a company. In fact, he never really considered becoming a businessman at all when he was a kid growing up on Long Island. I grew up in the village of mineola, back then we had some villages in the western part of the island in Nassau county and for the most part the rest of the island was farms. No Long Island expressway, no parkways. And what did your parents do? What do they do for work? My father was the traffic manager for the F and M schaefer brewing company. My mother did something about everything. She was a secretary. She sold real estate. She was an officer in a college working on admission. So whatever she could do, sometimes it was two jobs. My father worked nights. My mother worked days. And pretty religious family. What did you guys go to church every weekend? And we went to church every weekend and on holy days and went to Sunday school and we had crucifixes in most of the rooms in our House. Or were you pretty good student? Yeah, I mean, I worked hard as a student. I don't think much in life comes easy. Maybe there are natural athletes and maybe they're a natural geniuses, but no, I'm a firm believer and I've said to people for many, many years that I believe in that whole prescription that success is 90% perspiration and 10% inspiration. So I did my homework. I worked hard, my parents pushed me. And I enjoyed my work. I enjoyed school, yes. When you went after college, you went to Dartmouth, and then you would go on to Harvard to do a business degree. This isn't necessarily the early to mid 60s. And at that time, I mean, what did you think you should do with your. I mean, did you have a sense of what you wanted to do with your life or what you should do with your life? I had absolutely no idea. One of the reasons that I went to Dartmouth is that it offered a bachelor's degree in a BA while I could study science, which was my interest. And while I was in the engineering program at Dartmouth, my favorite subjects were philosophy and French and subjects like that, which sort of steered me away from engineering school and I'm not quite sure guy that it was terribly insightful, but the alternative was business school at that point. And so the idea was, well, I'll go there and probably get some kind of job. It's some kind of stable job that was probably it was probably a little more confident than that. You know, I had worked almost every summer. During college, I had worked for New York telephone company. I worked for the Scott paper company. I worked for General Motors. All doing summer jobs and got a glimpse into the business world. So I don't think I fell into business, but I don't think I was propelled from my youth. To be a CEO, no. So in your mind, the idea of becoming a corporate executive. This was not a part of the plan. There was no, there's no vision in your mind when you were a younger man that this is what you would do. Absolutely not. I never met a CEO until I was pretty much at a business school. So when you finished, when you finished business school, I mean, today a lot of people who attend business school, particularly Harvard Business school, have dreams of becoming entrepreneurs, as you know, right? This is a really popular area of study, even though a lot of them go on to finance and consulting, there is more of a sort of an entrepreneurial kind of push. When you graduated in 1965, was that was at the case or zero. There was done none. I mean, it might have been a couple of people who thought about it, but I can't remember a classmate of mine. Back when I graduated, the big avenues of attention for MBAs, at least at Harvard, were consulting and consumer products goods. So being a product manager at Colgate or Procter & Gamble, in fact, my choice came down to Procter & Gamble and McKinsey the consulting firm. As to my first job, my first full-time job. And quite frankly, one of the reasons I chose to go to McKinsey is I figured it would be an extension of my education. And that I would learn a lot in a hurry. And Mackenzie had a great reputation at that time as it does now. And I found it extremely helpful in developing skills. And what was the kind of projects that they had you work on? 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Officials: 6 killed in shooting at Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Officials: 6 killed in shooting at Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois

"Is arrested following a deadly attack on a 4th of July parade in a Chicago suburb a gunman perched on the roof of a downtown building in highland park Illinois opened fire on the crowd below celebrating the city's Independence Day parade A few hours later police chief Lou jam told WFL about the person of interest His name is Robert Bobby E primo CRI MO the third Later Monday evening police arrested cremo Kate repel tells W ISN she watched his arrest from her car He said nothing he had a very smug look He was seemed to be very calm cool and collective And which

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"lou " Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

04:38 min | 6 months ago

"lou " Discussed on Popcast

"Okay, so let's stay focused on the REIT stuff for now. We'll get to the Dylan stuff. You mentioned that they are different in terms of what's available or what's on display. And obviously, the Dylan thing is in a permanent home, the read thing is in the temporary exhibit. The nature of the read collection. And again, I think this is sort of what Laurie's getting at. There's just so much ephemera in the collection. Is the read stuff maybe less considered than the Dylan stuff? Considered, what do you mean? I like to think that I hold on to things that are important to me and will have meaning or have some kind of use and then get rid of the rest. That's what I mean by considered was there a vetting process at some point 30 years ago, 40 years ago, or is this just literally everything that got thrown in the storage unit? I think in both cases, it's everything that survived. I think that at least in the case of Lou Reed and Bob Dylan, I don't know how considered they were the artists about what they were saving and what they were chucking away. And it may have been that for them it was no different to chuck something in the garbage as to chuck it in a box. And one of the interesting things about the lurid collection is there's nowhere near what you want from the early Velvet Underground days. There was that tape which has a very special story that we can go into if you want. But there do not exist a lot of typewritten lyrics for the classic Velvet Underground songs. Either he didn't keep them or they were stolen or thrown away or somebody snatched them many years ago and they're on their wall. This is sort of known to the people who are in the business of selling memorabilia. There's just not a lot there. And there was a story about the woman who worked for Lou Reed, I think, is a tour manager in the 70s. And her name is Barbara. I don't remember what her last name is, but her name is signed on a lot of the receipts. And apparently, like, she would go somewhere with Lou, he would write lyrics down in a piece of paper, and then he would go into the studio, record the song. And then he'd throw away the piece of paper. And she would say, no, no, no, no. Keep that. So to some extent, sure, he was keeping something that was important to him. But I think there's a lot that just ends up by default, partly because of the business management that surrounds those people. In the case of both Lou.

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"lou " Discussed on Frank Michael Smith Show

Frank Michael Smith Show

04:48 min | 6 months ago

"lou " Discussed on Frank Michael Smith Show

"All right, Fred Michael Smith, we're back. A long time coming. Lou curcio in the studio. What up, Lou? What's up, buddy? Dude, I'm pumped to be here, man. I've been listening to the pods for a while. Always ask you, you try to be a part of this. I love it. What's it been like a year that we've tried to cook something up? Well, when did you come back to town? October. Yeah. I mean, even before that, I remember texting me being like, yo, dude, I can't believe you're in LA and I'm listening to your Pittsburgh. Like, crazy stuff. Yeah, we gotta get one. This is the Pittsburgh pod. We're gonna touch in all the teams. But before we get to the teams, we should talk about the moment that actually spurred this. Lou hit a gigantic bet. And no one really wants to hear about other people's bets, but this is a big one. Tell us what you just hit on one of the gambling sites. So Friday night was game 6, Boston, Miami, and we got some information across the wire, Jimmy Butler 35 points Jimmy Butler three threes, Miami money line. So it was what to win what? It was a $100 to win 13,300. And it only had three legs. I only had three legs. The biggest see the biggest thing was Miami was an 8 point dog. So that money line coming back really spurred the what, they were plus like 400 or something but yes. Okay, so that was the big one. And then butler's three threes were big because he isn't shoot many threes. And he ended up with how many threes. I think he ended up with four, actually. That is a lot of threes for Jimmy. That's a ton, man. Yeah. So that's a little closer to your mic, just a tad bit closer. That's a lot of threes for Jimmy. And then the other leg was 35 points. What are you going to do with the cash? Well, we're going to go to Disney World. I got a good Disney World. You know what? I'm trying to be smart with them, man. Here's how it all started with. Put it all in crypto. Be very smart. Right, exactly. Right. Like two years ago, it all started when fans started releasing you could bet on the touchdown scores. That's really what changed the game for me. And I totally got off the over unders in the game lines and the money lines and just pet touched on scores. And I hit a couple back then and that's just like really what I enjoy doing. So we're going to save some money for NFL. Put a little sprinkle a little in our sponsor, underdog fantasy, sponsor the show. Well, is that who does it now? Underdog is actually great because they have pick them on there..

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It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:34 min | 7 months ago

It's Election Day in Pennsylvania; Who Holds the Edge?

"Morning, glory, America, don't go high candidate who you at live inside the beltway on this election day in Pennsylvania, Tuesday, may 17th, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today in Pennsylvania. I've heard all over the state from Scranton and all the way up in the northern northeastern corner down to Philadelphia. All the way over to Pittsburgh and up to Erie, and I encourage everyone to go and vote for David McCormick for the United States Senate. I also think Lou Bart, let barletta is a much easier to elect candidate. I don't think mister mastriano can win. I know David McCormick can win. I don't think any of the other people can win if you're going to vote for Kathy. Barnett, or Doctor Oz, I think you were throwing your vote away because they can't beat John fetterman. And this election matters so much because if McCormick doesn't get the nomination, we're going to have a very hard time getting the Senate back. In Republican hands and then confirmation of Supreme Court Justices will remain in Chuck Schumer's hands. The opportunity to break the filibuster will remain in Chuck Schumer's hand. It's vitally important to elect David McCormick. The bronze star recipient graduate of West Point grew up outside of Pittsburgh. He built business in Pittsburgh, built jobs in Pittsburgh. He's a Pittsburgh. And so this goes against migraine to say nice things about a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. I mean, steelers forever with McCormick, but Dave McCormick's a great American and when you're a West Point graduate and you receive the bronze star for valor in the 82nd airborne in the first Gulf War, you can trust the character.

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Ukraine mounts effort to rescue last fighters at steel mill

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Ukraine mounts effort to rescue last fighters at steel mill

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FDA skeptical of benefits from experimental ALS drug

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

FDA skeptical of benefits from experimental ALS drug

"The food and drug administration has issued a negative review of a closely watched experimental drug for the illness known as Lou Gehrig's disease the FDA review comes ahead of a meeting this week for outside experts to vote on the drug for ALS the medication has been the focal point of a lobbying campaign by patients their families and lawmakers FDA reviewers have said that the single study from analytics pharmaceuticals was quote not persuasive due to missing data errors in enrolling patients and other problems they also said that regulators were not convinced by data that the company said show the drug helped patients live six months longer I'm surely ocular

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 Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

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Thompson's 21 points, late 3s lead Warriors past Thunder

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Thompson's 21 points, late 3s lead Warriors past Thunder

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Mitch Albom Never Intended to Write 'Tuesdays With Morrie'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | 11 months ago

Mitch Albom Never Intended to Write 'Tuesdays With Morrie'

"Show. I have a guest right now. My bet is that you have heard of him, you may have read some of his books. His name is Mitch album. He is the author of a book called Tuesdays with Maury. I know you've heard of it. It was made into a film, a TV movie. It was on The New York Times Best Seller list for like four years. And speaking as an author, I want to say, I deeply resent you Mitch album. Welcome to the program. Well, outside of the resentment, thank you for having me on the resentment is bitter, but I'm gonna let it go. There's no reason to cling to bitterness. No, seriously, that is, as an author who is familiar with some of these metrics, that is an extraordinary thing, and the book that sits atop a bestseller list for years is extremely rare. The only one I can think of offhand is M Scott peck's the road less traveled, which is also a book about, hey, what's the meaning of life? So I want to ask you, first of all, you have a new book out. I want to mention that up front. And it is a novel called the stranger in the lifeboat. Is this your first novel? Oh no, no. I've written about 7 novels. All right. So maybe two 7th novel. But you're most known for Tuesdays with Maury. It tell the story behind that for people who are unaware. They still exist. Some people who are unaware of how that happened for you. Sure. Well, it was really quite an accident, so actually the fact that it stayed on those best sellers was for that long was even more remarkable because it wasn't ever supposed to be a book. I had seen my old college professor, Maurice Schwartz. On nightline with Ted cop, and he was talking about what it was like to die from Lou Gehrig's disease. And I had been very close with him when I was back in college, but then I had lost touch with him as I had gone on to chase my career and my ambition. And for 16 years, I never got back in touch with him and all of a sudden I saw him on television. Basically saying he had a few months left to live. So I went to go visit him. And one visit turned into two to turn to three, four, 5, 6. It was never supposed to be a book. Erika was just it was just him kind of counseling me on what's important in life once you really know you're going to die as he did and how you can change your life to live

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Flights Carrying Illegals Are Now Landing in Pennsylvania

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 11 months ago

Flights Carrying Illegals Are Now Landing in Pennsylvania

"Carrying illegals. Are now landing in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has become the latest location where flights filled with illegals are being flown under the cover cover of darkness. Former GOP Congress and Lou barletta, who's running for office, has said, so it's really interesting. When you start to now see the kind of movement of illegals all across the country, you're starting to ask yourself the question who is coordinating this? It is my understanding that a total of a 130 immigrants, 118 miners and 12 adults arrived on board a chartered flight. So let me get this straight. There's still Americans that are stranded in Afghanistan, and we don't have the chartered flights to get them out of Afghanistan. But we do have the chartered flights to move illegals into the interior of our country. This is a legitimate scandal. The Biden regime has already allowed plane loads of illegal immigrants or illegals to be flown into New York and Florida in recent months. Now why Ron DeSantis is allowing that to happen, I don't know. Meanwhile, the Biden regime sent over 70 flights secretly to Jacksonville, Florida over the summer.

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"lou " Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"All right, and we're back. So Lou, I think it's fair to say that at, you were kind of a big deal, you know, but you were speaking for just for just one brand. I mean, a blue chip brand with a lot of sway, but one brand and now, you know, at MMA global, you're I think in a better position to push for broader change. So talk a little bit about the top agenda items and I guess that really dovetails with what you think are some of the most difficult problems facing the ad industry right now. Yeah, I'll start there because that is one of the fundamental superpowers I believe that we have at the MMA. Because uniquely we're the only trade association that brings advertisers, technologists publishers and agencies to the same table. We're able to discuss and take on some of the biggest problems facing our industry, which is exciting. And you know, I've been participating now in the MMA in 9 years and one capacitor and other. And I can tell you that, I found a lot of fulfillment in the discussions that we were having. Because, you know, if you're just an advertiser sitting with a bunch of other advertisers, you want a certain thing a certain way and you don't care about the rest of the ecosystem. But I think what I've observed is these conversations that we've had around the M and a board tables and other venues have really allowed us to walk a mile in the shoes of our tech partner of our publishing partner of our agency partner and recognize that we win together. And so we are focused on solving the biggest challenges facing advertisers today. The biggest one that I'm jumping in with both feet because of my background is to solve the data strategy problem. Data has become a panacea. It is the windex of my big fat Greek wedding..

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"lou " Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Facts come cars of course to bring that forward but then be willing to you know settle back and let another person be heard and then respond to that person you know not in an ad hoc. You don't know anything you're just one them you know to say. Well let's look at what he says. In why do you think that isn't what are your sources in thought. So we have to stop with the kitchen sinking. We have to start with the broad over generalizations and appreciate each other. Because you know what lou our that when it comes to the political spectrum. You and i don't exactly always see eye to eye but it wasn't down gail no of course. Of course i know you being. That's an excellent example of course agree to disagree and ultimately you know when you asked me to reflect on this relationship with my friend of twelve years i mean. Sometimes we've that's where we've ended up. We've said thank you for this. Thank you for that. I guess we have to disagree and move forward and i. I don't know about you. But i think you're just right on the mark and i think that we're on the same page with this. I learned so much more from people. I disagree with than from those that i agree with. Well that's outta management one o. One okay good leading horizon. Yeah exactly. so that's how you learn. You'll learn more from mistakes. You've learn more from failure. I mean there's a whole nother point. There's another column coming up on that as a matter of fact <hes> about learning from failure. <hes> it's not repeating the same dumb thing twenty times its saying. Why didn't that work you know and not do that again. This tough lessons. We must learn. You know what lou. We always do this. We get Yakking away and now the color sauteed you. What what you need to do. Not you wrote the column but what you need to do is find lucrative as column

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"lou " Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"Of the disease. We have conservative. take a little. What can i say anything. Everything over it takes. I will say this. Dm is asking. If it's okay to kill the player. So i will say ruling on the side of the saying yes rolling on his side of the players saying no and i would say it's definitely okay to kill this player. It's a mercy. Killing honestly sounded like a cool narrative like nowhere. All the bodies they've been inhabiting a bad job inhabiting kill them and then you know how to play them. All in the fucking subclass of the wizard is as a fucking fire box. You don't even kill the character you bring all these revenues back and then shame them into giving up these pieces of their soul that suck all the characters out of. That's interesting that they get the boring version of their character. That's their i'm lou. Can you defend not killing this character. I would argue okay. Here's the thing i'd love to make. I'd like to make a plea bargain. I pick a reduced sentence that perhaps the revenue does a soul-sucking thing and takes away most if not all but one of the characters leaves them when agent. Yeah but just one of them. The one that they know how to do rag can play for the one that they know and kill all the other one. Yeah i don't disagree. I would love to offer that as a plea bargain you know i. I think there's room and we could on for a while. We want to settle this out. Of course that's what i would love to do. Any idea of which one are the best at playing and enjoy playing the most exactly. So you're you're able to. I think like creating a narrative opportunity to like refocus them rather than fully be like. This is gone. Starting gazi could like while they're doing like let's say you get them down while they're doing death saves you can like narrate some crazy thing that it's like you see tendrils of these former bodies and then you get to choose which one.

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"lou " Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"It all. Do i understand how weird look philo judson. We look at the evidence. Lay out for us we we. We got a freaky situation. I on the players have about fifty. Nine i am. I'm not even gonna lean on my own words. I'm gonna lean. On the words of my fellow judge judge we have to give room to the nuance of the performance. We are deny we are never giving birth. Wow what could be the greatest dmbc turn to ever exist. I have to agree because think about how many lives your grandpa could have had. Wow we get to see those grandpa wild shaping into a tiger six. What if that had been his life. What if that had been the disease experience into the war. I mean i'll say that my experience playing characters is like there are times when it really feels like you're being inhabited by someone else right. And if if grandpa could be coming and making decisions perhaps the most interesting outcome to play someone who exists already. I rest my case. The player is one over. Most people not me i mean. That's that's good. That's good been lawyer over. Lou win over enough people. I'd say we since there's five of us now we have to have vote. Otherwise it'll be a split vote for the girl yells. No version of doesn't vote that you think yeah like. They've tried it several times. They've suggested the bit. You gotta let it play out and the punishment. The sentence is fight..

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"lou " Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"Hundred eighty two people. Wow that's how many i've been keeping track. Just write a little something about each one. Even after they're gone. So i have notes to myself know wail on the see. When i met my husband in nineteen ninety three he was number nine nine nine nine and he goes. I wanna be number ten thousand. I said you don't understand your nine nine nine nine. It's the for me. I wanna keep track. He goes. i'm telling people it was ten thousand combat. I get somebody else to come back and Well you can't do that. You can't get unread right. So i'll tell you what happens on some shows people send me their hand ahead of time and i work them up and then i read it on air and then they can chat with you or however that works or talk to you until you yes. That's right or no. There's something wrong here. But usually i don't get any knows i almost always get. Yes my white people walk away from here when they do an in person reading and they're standing ten feet tall when i'm done so i just appreciate them in. I let them know you have talents that you didn't even know you have it. Opens up a whole new world for him. Land is might mansion nation while my wife is going to be very happy with you when when she gets home tonight when i tell her about how much money will come into might have to earn mobs upset. I bet there earn every penny my entire life in license whereby got right now. I got that it's tv show in that they have to pay you x. Number of dollars for each show. You may start out. Just going on oprah once and then she set you up and you have your own so wow well. I hope you're right. I've never wanted anybody yet. You love was believe me i will. I will not only let you. I'll let the whole world know very very interested in this stuff. But i i do wanna follow up because i i mean on the scientific part. I don't think that i know of. There's never been any real and maybe a y'all informed me that i'm wrong but this any real scientific inquiry or research into this on there is i belong to a couple of different groups and it's definite. They have people that are able to tell you why it scientific i. I'm very interested now. I'd be very interested in knowing Your hand send it to my email. Paul step myrna lou dot com. And then i'll send you back the name of the two groups that i belong to you can look it up. Excellent all right cool. Well i appreciate your time here. And i definitely appreciate your time Of and your patients With me getting it wrong and assuming you were supposed to be on yesterday And and and being a trooper and and keeping the the commitment. Like what i do so i was. I was going to fight to keep that you know and i said look on the last paragraph on the bottom of this email that you sent me and it was your thing and it said the right thing so i liked having this interview. It was easy you make. It seem so simple. Well thank you. I appreciate that It again. I came into this feeling a little bit off my game because It's not something that. I've really feel comfortable that i can I'm well enough informed about to ask intelligent questions and they've only been thank you pretty. You did okay. Thank you appreciate that. Why i hope people will check out myrna lou palmistry dot com lincoln in the description And also check out the books in the courses. I'm certain certainly got some people interested in..

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"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

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"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"You're going to be shocked when you hear what this guy asked me he He was hooking up with this girl. He was dating her for a couple months and their sex life was pretty good now. Nothing to complain about naturally and one day. He's you know he's sucking his girlfriend. You know he's having sex and he's having kind of honor or anything like that and his girlfriend says come in me. Naturally i mail. If here's that was the first ending to do. They're gonna say are you on the pill and naturally they're going to be like yes because that's just what happens so he did that and he's thinking all yeah just fucking nut in his girl. I'm dating her like whatever. And then this girl says this this and this is where it gets interesting. Now she goes. I want you to eat your come out of me. Yes you heard me right. She said. I want you to eat your come out of me now whether he did or not. I'm not gonna say because that's nobody's business but his own. He asked me to say what. What would you do necessarily and let me tell you so right now. Ever asked me that soup some some shit like that. Our our super stupid okay. There's one don't ever asked me to do some some nasty shit like that. Okay because that will never happen to have you lost your got emma woman unless there's some type of fucking like freak of dude who's like who's nasty nasty aimed brush his teeth or whatever ain't do gonna go down there to your stank ass self. Are eating you out after he just met in you call. Now we're gonna shift that and number three the fact that you even ask me for that spurred vice tony. I'm offended now. I get it. I'm the i'm the man of the people's i'm going to give you my advice in a second.

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"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"I understand. it was dangerous. But i had a mission a mission. I'm like rocky adrian. And i'm going and i'm running running runnin and runnin menendez and running running shutterbugs. Ap's i'm abi. And i start hearing people to. I start hallucinating ladies. I have never hallucinated day. In my life i i'm blackout drunk. I have smoking weed and and hi. I've never done any hard core drug. I've never done anything like that. Point where i hallucinating. And i started to hallucinate. Now you. I wasn't seeing things or you know. Seeing little monsters are demons coming out but i was hearing people talk to me as if they were right behind me whispering. I'm like what the fuck is going on right now and you get home and i just have about a quarter mile to get home. I mean i get smile at mile number six the ten k. Six point two zero miles. So i'm at the point. Two zero am making that. Turn to your haunch. So i gotta get home. I can't right now. My laser through ankles swollen and niece throbbing hearing people. Talk to me. And i'm getting shook at this point because i'm on the first pass out. I am on the verge of passing out to finish smile so right. Now i'm taking you know hits left and right like i'm in rocky for boom boom boom tickets right. Boom boom boom and i crossed the finish line. Which is my house. And i love that workout in and i do the i ten k. In my life. And i liked it and it took me an hour and twenty minutes. This is the best time. But that's my time so for all of you who've been with my journey because a you guys that i was able to do it and i got home and i took my shoes off took my my sweatshirt off. I took my shirt off. I took my my My shorts off. 'cause i was wearing shorts and i just sat in my couch and passed out. I was so dehydrated that i couldn't move. I had my sister go by to gatorade. And i was still so dehydrated. That my kidneys were swollen from hydrated. I was and i wish. I couldn't sleep on my back because my kidneys hurting too much so future reference. If you're going to run a ten k. or any type. Don't go out and drink the night before. And if you are during the night before hydrate okay drinking water gonna have electrolytes and.

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"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"But we're getting there. And when i started this journey last spring i could not run for the life of me now. You say oh. This sounds familiar. Were his before. So if you haven't heard yet go. Listen to my day with the metropolitan ultra marathon runner and i talked about this briefly. I struggled with running here and there. I had a bad knee. I always made the excuse of. Oh i have a bad hair by have sciatica have this. I have that so i said you know what. That's that's the end of this fucking this bullshit okay covid. Nineteen made me realize that. I had to get my shit together because i could have potentially died from being overweight. And it's not good to be overweight. People and i understand people say well you can be healthy. Well being overweight. Listen i understand that. There's some things you can do to help you. You're overweight but he can't be healthy when you're over weight okay. And i acknowledged as a person a majority of people acknowledged that. And if you don't wanna believe that listen to each their own. I guess right under so come sunday. It was race day now. This is where i originally. I fucked up okay. I made a mistake the night before. Saturday being memorial day weekend. Naturally one only does one thing on a saturday on memorial day weekend and that's go out and get drunk now. I went out. I got drunk. I didn't blackout drunk. I sobered up. Because you know. I know i had the race coming up so i did drink just enough. I did get dehydrated and my problem. Was that hydrate enough leading up to the race. And after i drank. They woke up hangover. Anything i was perfectly fine. Because i made sure you know to space out my time but hydrate so i put on my laces nice beautiful pink a bright pink shoes from under armor and i went out there. Hit the road so the first mile wasn't too bad you know i'm won't uphill on the first mile. Look around you know. Actually on the way up to the mile. I saw one of my friends. Shout to them. I'm going to see the name but They stopped me and we talked a shot to shit for a little bit every continued. Because you know me being me. I got a mission and luckily it was only the beginning. It was louis point. Ten of mile decisive them so a key running and running uphill running uphill see the neighbors he the flowers and we get mile number one on top of the hill. At this point we're at the score running around my house and it's a beautiful son not sunsets and running around. I even sunset. It was raining a matter of fact more here by the fabricated story. But this ruins that fabric you can go on the. I'm wrapping actually. Check it out. 'cause i did richly. It was pouring rain. I forgot that. I thought it was sunny. African reason holy shit. Let's set the scene. I tie up shoes. I start running pouring rant this point so i i remember i said to myself i said i got to our window right now because i was waiting for it to stop raining because i don't want to run your rain so i have. I have two hour window. So i go out there. I start running i smile. It's not it's not raining. That's why i thought it was sunny. Start raining boom. I get a school. I look around all right cool. I'm feeling good right now. I allies are feeling nice that no issues. I'm i'm coast and i'm coasting right mile to a head i had was a. I'm trying to get my bearings..

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"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

Talks with Chepe

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"lou " Discussed on Talks with Chepe

"I apologize Real real attack. An oral medication believes to reduce damage to motor neurons by decreasing levels of glutamate transport Messages between nerve cells and more mortar neurons aloe stuttering. Maybe i'd have those Radicati is a given by intravenous infusion which is ivy and has been shown to show the decline in clinical assessment of daily functioning person in ayla so this treatment to help with it. But there's no cure so then there's also a bunch of therapies that you can do. There is stem cells. Research therapy going on our technology. The ones that we just use the code nineteen vaccine. So there's a whole different options. You can do the things you can take different things. you can You know to support yourself but draft. Have to be careful with this. You know a lot of people don't know and it's called luke's gehrig's disease. Because the gary was one of the first he wasn't the first to get it but he was one of the big name athletes to ever get it and it causes a lot of commotion who hoopla back in the nineteen thirties because no one knew what it was and going back to the nineteen thirties into now. Unfortunately you know we still don't have a cure but we have a better understanding and we have a better idea of what to do and how to do it so hopefully this brings the awareness to it again. This is june second. Two thousand twenty one. It's officially lou. Gehrig's day it's important. We talk about all types of different awareness. And you know it's it's important also to go out there exercise and to do something that will keep you active. Because you don't want to sit around all day behind a computer you know e. n. Almonds and you know playing video games and things like that because you know there's not good for you but you gotta strap onto the leases. Sometimes you can go after him and that checks to. I did over memorial day over memorial day don't have bay aka. Willi florez aka. Don't julio aka. Pto dough ran his first official ten.

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