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"luby" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

04:33 min | 6 months ago

"luby" Discussed on Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

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"luby" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

03:31 min | 7 months ago

"luby" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Wondering, I'm , David Brown and this is business wars daily on this. . Friday. . September eighteenth some sad news from my home state Texas. . Luby's is shutting down on the surface. It's . another casualty of the pandemic. . Now, , if you're not a Texan or haven't spent much time here, , Luby's cafeteria chain and an institution. . It's an understatement to say that for decades it's been beloved at one time. . There were more than two hundred. Luby's . Cafeterias in eleven states. . Now, , there are fewer than eighty left all in the lone star state. . The restaurant chains shut its doors back in. . March the loss of Luby's goes far beyond the financial implications for the business itself significant enough and even beyond the jobs of its workers the liquidation of Luby's marks something of a cultural shift one that began years ago. . The birth of Belugas we know today is the subject of many. . Texas. . Squabbles was founded when Bob Lou be opened a cafeteria in San Antonio in nineteen forty seven as the company's corporate history claims or did it get it start even earlier with cafeterias run by Bob's Ancestor Harry Lubi? ? In Twenty Nineteen Texas Observer Writer Andrea Valdez felt the question was so vexing that she wrote I leave the Arcane Texas history quibbles to the more about Asli knowledgeable of our readers. . Regardless Luby's was one of many postwar restaurant institutions that sprouted up to serve suddenly sprawling suburbs in the late forties and early fifties. . Once upon a time, , the announcement of a Luby's coming to town conferred to kind of signal that this place is on the rise in meant heaping helpings of chicken, Fried , Steak Square Fish Fried of course, , creamy macaroni and cheese and Jalapeno corn bread all at modest prices and serve with a bit of Texas style. . You want more you got it. . How's your mom and him with Y'all be able to come back next. Sunday . after church you get the picture. . Its old fashioned meals, , liver and onions and Jello cubes became both famous and famously addictive. . It was comfort food for sure. . But in a fast changing ever more complex world that bright red Luby's sign was. . A comfort in another way to sort of reassurance that simple things endure friendly servers, , sensible prices, , and the luanne platter half an entree two sides in a row. . When a character named Luanne platter appeared on the TV show King of the hill. . It was one of the coolest knowing winks ever broadcast in the lone star state. . Some might say. . The fact that you didn't have to dress up for a Sunday dinner at Luby's made it even cooler until Luby's wasn't cool anymore. . By the nineteen eighty s he to become the cool equivalent of driving a fleetwood Brougham something grandparents did. . By the two thousands Luby's was suffering at the hands of fast casual chains serving fresher healthier food like mad, Greens, , , and chipotle. . By last year, , it appeared that Luby's could be on the way out in June. . The pompous family which owns Luby's which in turn owns fudd truckers thirty store hamburger chain attempted to sell it. . The takers however, , last week Luby's announced that it is dissolving the chain and fudd rutgers to the pompous family plans. . To return the money to investors, , it could amount to some one hundred million dollars. . For the moment, the , website proclaims that they're still open. . So. . Perhaps, , some might want to run in and get one last Luanne platter while you still can nothing lasts forever. . Alas, , Lassen it's too bad that in the case of Luby's most people are okay with. .

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Texans Bid Goodbye to the LuAnn Platter: Lubys is Liquidating

Business Wars Daily

03:31 min | 7 months ago

Texans Bid Goodbye to the LuAnn Platter: Lubys is Liquidating

"Wondering, I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this. Friday. September eighteenth some sad news from my home state Texas. Luby's is shutting down on the surface. It's another casualty of the pandemic. Now, if you're not a Texan or haven't spent much time here, Luby's cafeteria chain and an institution. It's an understatement to say that for decades it's been beloved at one time. There were more than two hundred. Luby's Cafeterias in eleven states. Now, there are fewer than eighty left all in the lone star state. The restaurant chains shut its doors back in. March the loss of Luby's goes far beyond the financial implications for the business itself significant enough and even beyond the jobs of its workers the liquidation of Luby's marks something of a cultural shift one that began years ago. The birth of Belugas we know today is the subject of many. Texas. Squabbles was founded when Bob Lou be opened a cafeteria in San Antonio in nineteen forty seven as the company's corporate history claims or did it get it start even earlier with cafeterias run by Bob's Ancestor Harry Lubi? In Twenty Nineteen Texas Observer Writer Andrea Valdez felt the question was so vexing that she wrote I leave the Arcane Texas history quibbles to the more about Asli knowledgeable of our readers. Regardless Luby's was one of many postwar restaurant institutions that sprouted up to serve suddenly sprawling suburbs in the late forties and early fifties. Once upon a time, the announcement of a Luby's coming to town conferred to kind of signal that this place is on the rise in meant heaping helpings of chicken, Fried Steak Square Fish Fried of course, creamy macaroni and cheese and Jalapeno corn bread all at modest prices and serve with a bit of Texas style. You want more you got it. How's your mom and him with Y'all be able to come back next. Sunday after church you get the picture. Its old fashioned meals, liver and onions and Jello cubes became both famous and famously addictive. It was comfort food for sure. But in a fast changing ever more complex world that bright red Luby's sign was. A comfort in another way to sort of reassurance that simple things endure friendly servers, sensible prices, and the luanne platter half an entree two sides in a row. When a character named Luanne platter appeared on the TV show King of the hill. It was one of the coolest knowing winks ever broadcast in the lone star state. Some might say. The fact that you didn't have to dress up for a Sunday dinner at Luby's made it even cooler until Luby's wasn't cool anymore. By the nineteen eighty s he to become the cool equivalent of driving a fleetwood Brougham something grandparents did. By the two thousands Luby's was suffering at the hands of fast casual chains serving fresher healthier food like mad, Greens, and chipotle. By last year, it appeared that Luby's could be on the way out in June. The pompous family which owns Luby's which in turn owns fudd truckers thirty store hamburger chain attempted to sell it. The takers however, last week Luby's announced that it is dissolving the chain and fudd rutgers to the pompous family plans. To return the money to investors, it could amount to some one hundred million dollars. For the moment, the website proclaims that they're still open. So. Perhaps, some might want to run in and get one last Luanne platter while you still can nothing lasts forever. Alas, Lassen it's too bad that in the case of Luby's most people are okay with.

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"luby" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"luby" Discussed on KTRH

"Will sign a presidential order extending the moratorium on offshore drilling on Florida's Gulf Coast and expanding it to Florida's Atlantic Costa's well AST, the coast of Georgia and South Carolina. The president, speaking in Florida this afternoon. Oil industry has lobbied the Trump administration to open up the eastern Gulf of Mexico for oil and gas drilling when the current moratorium ends in June. 2022 Florida residents strongly oppose opening up the area to drilling rigs, fearful of oil spill would wreck the state's tourism and fishing economy. The Senate will vote on a new Corona virus relief bill this week, but it's not expected to become law. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it will be targeted to address the economy, health care and education, but Democrats insist it doesn't cover enough. The tech heavy NASDAQ is officially in correction territory after losing 10% from the record high it's set last week, Stocks fell for the third straight training session. Both the Dow Jones industrial Average and the S and P. 500 approached session lows in the final hour. The pandemic is claiming another popular restaurant chain, Luby's cafeterias and Fuddruckers will be liquidated unless a buyer emerges. Luby's had announced it was seeking a buyer after the second quarter of this year. So far, none has emerged. The San Antonio based chain has hundreds of restaurants located across the country. NBC streaming platform, Peacock is applying a fresh take to the fresh Prince of Bel Air. It's rebooting, the popular 1990 sitcom. But this time as a drama, the Siri's will focus on Will's journey from west Philadelphia to California. Fans can expect nods to the original show throughout the two seasons picked up by Peacock News on demand to Katie courage dot com. Breaking information. As it happens, I'm Wyatt Goolsbee on Houston's news, weather and traffic station news radio 7 40 no broadcasting from the underground. Deep in the bowels of a hidden bunker somewhere under the brick and steel of a nondescript building. We've once again made contact with the leader of love, then America. Mark Levin are number 87738138118773813811. Welcome back. I got an email from Ron Maxwell. Director producer. And.

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Dallas - Bye-Bye ‘LuAnn Platter,’ Luby’s Board Of Directors Liquidating Iconic Texas Restaurant Chain

Sean Hannity

00:20 sec | 7 months ago

Dallas - Bye-Bye ‘LuAnn Platter,’ Luby’s Board Of Directors Liquidating Iconic Texas Restaurant Chain

"End end of of the the line line for for Texas Texas based based cafeteria cafeteria chain chain known known for for square square fish. fish. The The Luanne Luanne platter platter and and other other comfort comfort food food from from days days going going by by Luby's Luby's Board Board of of directors directors announced announced today today a a plan plan to to liquidate liquidate business business assets and dissolve the company that also includes selling Fuddruckers restaurant chain Back in June, Luby's board members said they plan to sell off all assets. And pay down the debt.

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"luby" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:04 min | 11 months ago

"luby" Discussed on KTRH

"Amid changing consumer tastes and growing competition from fast casual restaurants faced a contentious proxy fight last year from one of its investors who pushed for leadership changes amid lagging sales the corona virus pandemic which forced the closure of many restaurants including Luby's compounded the company's financials movies began to reopen its restaurants last month and is currently operating thirty one Luby's cafeterias eight four three five and eight Fuddruckers restaurant eight Fuddruckers hamburger restaurants which are operating at about seventy five percent of their pre pandemic weekly sales the company said story remember when Pappas company bought movies then you started seeing these billboards popping up around used in it they were clueless early trying to spruce up blue bees and appeal to a younger audience and I was interested to watch whether that was gonna work or not my kids when they were younger loved lose you like Louise roe are you look into and I was surprised him cafeterias not just Luby's cafeterias were for me always something the old people eight eight at and I used to jokingly say there was a there was a cafeteria on buffalo speedway just south of fifty nine it was right next to an old folks home and I used to say that there should be a and I trust violation you should be allowed to put a cafeteria right next to an old folks home because that was my view of who aided cafeterias well over the years I've come to find out that a lot of people like cafeterias they're not old people now I'm not so much Cleburne because lever manages to thrive to survive and thrive despite all this it's almost likely birds knocked the cafeteria in the traditional sense of the of the war but remember my question for you is do people just not like cafeterias and more or is that what it is or Liz Luby is just not right in it not in the right niche because here's the deal I I think that George mentalist does a fantastic job at Cleburne him being there it being a family run restaurant a restaurant it's an institution the people who eat there you know every Wednesday they go this group level more if you see him in there everything from high schoolers to people with with walkers and and I think that one continues but it's a one off if he did take more of them I don't know that it would work because it wouldn't be that one Cleburne cafeteria I don't know it's just an interesting thing because cafeterias were such a big thing in then they weren't just like that style of restaurant Donald we would go our big thing with my parents as we would go to Wyatt's cafeteria in orange north of I. ten it was a mall there Northland north way north wait maybe it was just out of orange so when you're driving it on iTunes for those of you who drive to Louisiana often you know what I'm talking as you're coming into orange you'll cross sixty two you cross MLK and then you across Simmons drive just before Simmons Dr you will cross the main intersection are the main street through orange which is sixteenth street on the right you will see a modicum brothers tire and wheel which is been there for at least as long as I've been alive in on the left you see like a Pizza Hut there's a little convenience store just back behind that is the way it's cafeteria that was the place my parents want to go we were a kid I hated it when I was a kid I don't like cafeterias even in and I remember that's the only place I ever remember seeing remote Jello for dessert do you think about that do you know why they have Jello is observed it's not because Jello is delicious is because a lot of the people their keys solid foods doesn't make it fun that's the reality nobody each Jello if you have all your teeth and they're in there and you had your cream is is connected and nothing's gonna fall out you eat Jello if you can't eat solid foods that's just the way it is and if your kid eat Jello the only reason you do it is then you shoot the Jello you make it in the kool-aid you shoot through your teeth back and forth vision board there's nothing to do because your cafeteria but I thought we Luby's took over and I would have to go there because my kids like movies and I thought well if anybody can turn movies around Christmas they're really good operators I mean do you think about it two of the best restaurant operators in the entire world our out of used and maybe competition makes a better I mean if you look at the at the series of restaurants you take German for traders and you take the Pappas family you have two of the best run I hate the word change because change has such negative connotations but you have to the best run restaurant companies as operators that you that you will find in the country look at everything art Pappas does I will tell you I waited tables at Pappas in college and it was it was almost three weeks from when you started to you were waiting on on customers nobody does that restaurants are you at three o'clock at five o'clock you're taking people's orders what's in the so and so you have no idea how's it made you have no idea you have no idea the history of the company how stuff is made the process any of that when you work for a Pappas restaurants it's an entire tech training program I mean it's it really is it's impressive other companies have modeled their training after them it's that good so I thought Chris Pappas if if Chris Pappas can't make can't turn lives around I'll be surprised if anybody can this is I used to jokingly say there was a cafeteria on buffalo speedway just south of fifty nine it was right next to an old folks home and I used to say that there should be a anti trust violation you should be allowed to put a cafeteria right next to an old folks home Michael dairy show hi this is Jimmy bird stores and businesses are opening back up again but if you're concerned about your health and you really with I'd like to avoid going to a dealership Hey my friends.

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New Mexico woman, 105, who beat 1918 flu, has COVID-19

First Light

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

New Mexico woman, 105, who beat 1918 flu, has COVID-19

"Virus a one hundred five year old New Mexico woman who beat back the nineteen eighteen flu that killed millions including her mother and infant sister is battling cold at nineteen lubricate Luby Greco has been fighting the virus since being diagnosed April twenty nine in Gallup New Mexico the nineteen eighteen flu took the lives of her twenty eight year old mother and sister ran because granddaughter says she doesn't think her grandmother understands the current

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Gas Station Could Get Shut Down After a Dude Filmed Porn in the Snack Aisle

Savage Lovecast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

Gas Station Could Get Shut Down After a Dude Filmed Porn in the Snack Aisle

"I see what you're up to their Milwaukee and I gotta say it seems like a bad idea Milwaukee city government. There is trying to shut down a gas station. Thirty fifth hometown is the name of the gas station. Because someone without the permission of the gas stations owner filmed a down and dirty. Gonzo porn in the aisles of the convenience store chunk of the gas station at three o'clock in the morning and amateur porn actor in Frederick Allen. Enter the store in the middle of the night with a female companion Jelicic Astro del. She's reporter advice. Not The female companion reporter advice to be perfectly clear JELICIC caster. Del says that Allen who's wearing a bathrobe dances around in the video. Strokes himself for the Cameron. And then shrugs off his bathrobe gets on his knees and bones the woman from behind looking over his shoulder into the camera quote with an expression that says. Can you believe I'm doing this? Beside the starburst. The video posted to porn. How has been viewed more than seven hundred thousand times and a couple of dozen people with nothing better to do after enjoying that? Video signed a petition calling for thirty fifth hometown to be closed an elected official an actual elected official with nothing better to do after watching. The video took up their cause. And what Milwaukee District Seven Aldermen? Khalif raining told Fox. Six now news had convinced that this was a comedy piece of the onion at first. But no it's real Alderman Rainey. Who's leading the push to put? The Guy who owns thirty fifth hometown out of business actually said this into a microphone under my watch. I won't allow it keep in mind. It was filmed right next to the chips and across from the sunflower seeds. Ono those poor chips and won't someone please think of the sunflower seeds. I WanNa make it clear that I do not rise now. In defense of Frederick Allen Amateur Porn Star he's a convicted Felon Castro reports advice. Who's been with second degree sexual assault of a child? After a woman told him her fifteen year old daughter appeared in two of his videos. Those charges were dropped after a witness refused to testify. So Yeah Allen doesn't sound like a good dude but you know what I found in less than five minutes of searching on porn hub. Amateur porn videos shot on buses and subways guns. Oh porn video shot in big box stores. In airports and beam parks airplanes in airbnb fees amateur porn shot at world famous tourist sites. I didn't find anyone getting Eiffel Tower at the Eiffel Tower but I did find the Eiffel Tower and amateur porn. Shot and so many hotel rooms recognizable hotel chains and in one case a porn shot in my favorite hotel in the world. Quick shout out to the Maritime Hotel. My home away from home in New York City's Chelsea neighborhood. There's also some gay porn out there that was shot or so. It's makers claim in the Vatican basically wherever people go with their genitals on their smartphones. And there's really no where people don't go with their genitals and they're smart bones. Someone at some point has made a porno there and uploaded it to the Internet so shutting down places where someone shot a little Gonzo porn. Yeah let's just say that seems like the slippery of slopes to me a pretty luby's slope in fact because of the whole world goes the way of Milwaukee. If officials started closing down businesses where people made porn videos without the permission of the owners to say nothing of. Shutting Down Airlines and hotel chains and world religions. Pretty soon. There won't be anywhere for people to get gas or get a bed or get religion personally. Konso porn shot in gas stations. On I WANNA see that interested but you know what I would like to see what I am personally interested in seeing Milwaukee district seven Aldermen Khalif Rainey's Internet browser history. In fact I'd like to see the Internet browser histories of every member of the Milwaukee Common Council who voted to revoke the business license of Kalat Dallin the owner of the thirty fifth hometown gas station. Because I'd like to know where the porn they've been watching was shot. City officials three Alderman justified. Their decision to strip dylan of his business license because he was in the store when it happened and didn't call the police which leads me to believe that. No one on the Milwaukee. Common Council has ever worked in a gas station or as following the news very closely customers who all sorts of weird shit and gas stations and the goal of everyone behind the counter on the graveyard shift is just to get through that shift alive confronting dancing man in a bathrobe in the middle of the night. When there's no one else in the store why why would you do that? Could get you killed an L. In the dancing man in the bathroom in the store in the middle of the night is a black man. And if you've been following the news well it's possible Dylan worried that calling. The police could get allen killed. It would certainly cross my mind anyway. According to the testimony taken at the hearing where the licensed committee voted to strip dylan of his business license effectively shutting him down Dylan has run thirty fifth hometown for twenty years without incident and has a forty year quote positive track record as a small business owner in Milwaukee and he's cooperated with the police in the past and on this case to prosecutors credit him for the successful prosecution of Frederick Allen and they voted to close the business anyway after Alderman. Rainy said the two magic words sex trafficking. No one knows that the woman in the video was trafficked but she might have been for all anyone knows according to Rainey so they voted to shut thirty fifth hometown down lawsuit. Thirty hometown remains open while the decision is under appeal but there is one detail from the testimony that leaped out of me testimony taken before the licenses committee that seems to have been overlooked by the licenses committee. By the Milwaukee Common Council quote the man involved in the sex act better gallon amateur porn star has a history of doing this all over the city. So looks like we're going to have to shot all of Milwaukee

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"luby" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"luby" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"A field goal twenty seven twenty one cowboys lead on the lines to Sean Watson just threw a pick and also one of the uglier passes we've seen from what's in a long a long time I mean I I honestly don't know what he was looking at and so this is this been a dominant performance by the ravens are up twenty four nothing with format see all the third quarter and they're already in tax in this side of the field and I'll be in field goal range I should say and so that's been a shocker today the falcons up twenty seven nothing that Ryan is there another touchdown twenty seven nothing falcons on the Panthers now there they're taking your business this is the falcon team that we all thought we were going to see the beginning of the year or twenty six after they went for two and the Matt Ryan falls on the two point conversion so twenty six nothing I'm sorry have you given killed too they did get killed lots of this act like seven times ease hi this is a this is a beta you joke but it's seriously that they're gonna ask you today the Texans are Abby's last layer ravens sacked arrives Luby that that's right Fred Davis love the love I'd like to see more ads being going on in this Viking the Broncos drive stalled though here out of four thank goodness gracious finally wow they have just not they have just not its defenses I still think Vikings come back in inside your right no I really do I mean this is a forty nine and I think because I need this is ME a missed field goal I think this vehicle is going to be a mess and it's going to set up a a short field for the it's only forty one yard though now we'll see take it up and good job twenty three seven Broncos but even if you don't feel considering that you're the Vikings you down get touchdown gets when I point games I would have tons of time a lot of time with lot of football left not a lot of football with news yes and no but they're still I mean if the how many one possession games we are and I let let's see so we'll come back we'll tell you that so the cowboys lines one possession game.

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Are mass shootings really on the rise?

Reason Podcast

13:10 min | 1 year ago

Are mass shootings really on the rise?

"This is the reason podcast and i'm your host nicoletti. The horrific mass killings in paso in dayton have understandably inspired terror in america and calls for expanded gun control predictive policing and mental health interventions designed to reduce violence but northeastern university criminologist james alan fox the leading researcher on the topic for the past thirty five years tells reason there is no evidence that we're in the midst of an epidemic of mass shootings the number of incidents. It's and casualties are simply too small to make such claims and he stresses the media coverage of shootings ends up creating a false sense that gun violence which she is at or near historic lows is ubiquitous in growing in a wide ranging interview fox explains the common characteristics of mass killers. Why violent crime involving guns has declined over the past several decades and how cable t._v. and social media contribute to a false sense of panic james alan fox. Thanks for talking to reason blecher. Let's start by defining terms. I what is the difference between a mass shooting in a mass public shooting well. Most mass shootings actually occur occur in private in private homes for example <hes> family annihilation then there's all mesh shootings that are related to a robbery or or drunk trump deal on bad or gang turf wars public mass shooting joey defined as a mass shooting where where there's essentially no real connection between the perpetrator and the victims typically <hes> carried out in a public replace as opposed to private home and it can be people they know such as co workers at a plant plant or keep be total strangers and when we're talking about mass shootings what is the number you prefer to use for the number of casualties or the number number killed. I prefer using four more people killed not including the perpetrator and that traditionally was the definition going back decades <hes> even when they i started doing research on this topic in the early nineteen eighties and it wasn't until two thousand thirteen after the sandy hook massacre that the idea came about that you know technically some shot doesn't mean that they're killed and technically mass shooting doesn't have to involve any i guess at all and so the term definition used by violence archive for example is four people shot but what's important to point out all those those although they matter and not inconsequential not the same thing as a mass killing in fact in half of the cases of mass shootings for more people shot and half of those cases no one's killed in three quarters of those cases either zero or one person's killed now the problem comes when these numbers for example we recently heard that there are more shootings mashes this year the days but these kind of statistics are reported in the aftermath of a mass killing and most americans don't <music> get the difference they fused. They think that every day we're having episode like el paso or dayton and we're not so i think it's important to distinguish the two in in my book my research. I've always held to four more people killed. I think it's clear cut death is is gonna cut whereas an injury can be reminder me shot and have very little in terms of injuries so four more people killed not including the perpetrator upgrade some databases include the perpetrators death <hes> dick and count the death count and then that that's partly a problem because if they're going back and using i mean they're they're using different standards at different times so that you really can't compare or create a pure the trend line right and then also i should point out that in two thousand and thirteen the congress passed a bill will lead to school violence which they arbitrarily defined <hes> a mass shooting is free and more people killed <hes> mother jones which is one organization station has been collecting data on mass killings mass shootings <hes> switch from four to three and were killed but didn't change didn't go back and filling the data for the earlier years so if you just take the mother jones data and put it on a graph such as n._b._c. news did last last week you see big jump after two thousand thirteen because the numbers after two thousand thirteen include incidents with three people killed and those before four yeah let me just quickly ask you to kind of psychologists a bit because both your mother jones does that in that has the effect of kind of amping up hysteria or fear of of mass shootings but donald trump also does that when he talks about crime you know why do people want to live in a world that has more crime in it rather unless they want to i think that <hes> sensational numbers large numbers for big headlines lots of readers yeah so we have heard in the in the past couple weeks <hes> the one more the one mash shooting the day that states and we seem calendars that show you how many occur each day <hes> i mean i understand that technically. It's a mass shooting but boy it. Can it misleads. Please the public into thinking there's constant danger out there and also in terms of the wanna day mass shootings most are not public. Most of them are family only related incidents. A lot of gang related is drug related incidents. Not the kind of random shootings with large death tolls that we saw in el paso and they can you quantify. I mean what's broadly speaking. What's the percentage of kind of private or mass shootings. Versus mass has public shootings well. I can tell you mass killing because clear cut data on mass killings that half of mass killings these are essentially family related episodes a guy <hes> kills his wife and all the kids for example or some other relatives so half family related and then we have another large category that felony related corrupts robberies and gang game related and so forth and only about a quarter less than a quarter actually are the public variety so up until a couple of years ago we had generally on on average about five four or five public mass killings a year <hes>. There's been a slight increase in last couple of years where it's actually reach ten in two thousand eighteen but we're still talking about the the rarest aris form of mass killing it. It's the rarest but the scariest and in your work you talk about how at least through two thousand fifteen they're going back to the early early eighties when the nut mercer kind of first place there really isn't a clear trend in the number of incidents but then you you hypothesize catholic size over the past couple of years that has actually been an increase. Is there a way or is it useful to talk about that. In terms of the increase statistically significant or is that there are so few instances even if you're almost doubling the number it's still you don't know if it's signal or noise. We don't really know that this trend will continue <music>. It's only been a couple of years. We've seen this bump up and by the way there have been other times in the past <hes> three or four decades. We've had a spike in the number of mass killings and people start declaring them epidemics and pulse sudden the epidemic dissipates so two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen so an increase in two thousand nineteen so far as well. I don't know if this trend will continue. I certainly hope not but i will tell you that part of the problem uh is there really is a contagion effect and now i'm not talking about publicity about the shooter you know and i don't scribe griped the name the shooter a show what i what it basically means that there's tremendous amount of panic country obsession with the whole idea of mass shootings shootings the majority of people thinking that they're going to be someone their families can be thick mass shootings and the more we obsess about it and the more we you see on television images of people crying and running from crime scenes it plays right into the mindset of a few people out there who would love the event in their neighborhood so we actually are contributing to it through our fear and obsession. Is it true that well the number of incidents haven't been going. It's not clear if they've been going up or it's a continuing trend but our mass shootings or mass killings. Are they becoming more for more violent or more fatal well. We do know that some of the largest that we've had occurred in the past dozen years over half the largest tempur occurred in the last years we had if you look at cases in which for example with twenty or more people were killed. We had pulse pulse in orlando last vegas. Shooting of course we had el paso and we had virginia tech <hes> sandy hook but but you know there are also cases prior in prior years we had twenty one killed at a mcdonald's in nineteen eighty four. We nineteen ninety one. We had twenty three people people killed at a at a luby's cafeteria but we have seen this increase in the large body count incidents. Now it's base. It's also hard to stash trend based on what five or six people done it in a country of three hundred thirty million. Can you talk about the <hes>. Is there a profile of shooters. The paso and dayton shooters seem on the one hand. They'll pass shoot or left a very ideological goal manifesto where he explained things he referenced other christ church killing in new zealand and berries things the dayton keller did not seem to leave any record behind neither did the vegas shooter which strength but is there are they. What what motivates mass killers and is there a clear understanding you you know that kind of can explain the whole the whole mess of people or are. They really kind of idiosyncratic well. There are some common factors that the president on every case but most cases typically the mass killer has a history of frustration and failure and disappointment in life <hes> struggling at work in relationships school and secondly and importantly they blame other people they externalize blame. Nothing's ever their fault. The wife doesn't understand them guy. The boss doesn't give them the good assignments or the recognition they deserved. They see themselves as victims of injustice if you if you think you're to blame for your own inadequacies you might take out your frustrations and misery and yourself and others <hes> and then third is that these individuals <hes> lack support systems they often time to live alone or loop with the people with whom they share their problems. They don't have others to bounce things off to help them get through the hard times and to give them a reality check when they start thinking thinking that they're the ones who mistreated and no one else's are they exclusively male ninety five percent mill. Yeah what what does that ninety percent setup ninety percent of murderers our meal. You know murder itself. It's a male dominated activity and and mass murder even more so well they the two factors there's is of course the access to means of mass murder destruction which is part of the reason for the dominance men men are much couple around guns off time under trained in having used guns go target practicing and then finally there's some precipitate which is generally something like job loss or i've been kicked out of the house which by the way off and much more impacting men guy who's who loses his job. Does he lose his income and he he tends to lose his friends because men tend to their friendships and work and also his self esteem.

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"luby" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"luby" Discussed on KTRH

"Luby's twenty-five, Iran continues to be blocked for some feels Bill cleanup, Katie London, and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center. We'll west understood coverage here across Texas, and a lot more heat. In fact, we're making a run at middle nineties, yet again for Friday and wouldn't be surprised to see more heat alerts popping records in the upper nineties time of year. He didn't expel us in the triple digits force and warm, nighttime lows also eighty one degrees tonight, I'm Scott Lawrimore at the Weather Channel, ninety three feels like one hundred five at the KTAR h Westside northside Lexus weather center. This is route to you by Gulf Coast windows. Three thirty one. Our top story, President Trump's is the world will soon find out how the US will. React to Iran's shooting down of an American drone in international airspace around claims. The drone was in its airspace. Spying, Texas attorney general Ken Paxton is applauding report. Ruling allowing a World War, One cross to remain Veterans Memorial, just outside DC. Here's DA Kim. Once HP to release the names of its informants in that botched drug raid that killed a married couple and left five officers wounded Astros Yankees pre game at five on sports sock seven ninety KTAR joins in progress at seven, excellent day on Wall Street, the Dow gained two hundred forty nine the NASDAQ up sixty four s and p five hundred hit a record level of twenty eight oil at fifty six eighty eight unaccept- is at four o'clock. Now, more Sean Hannity, I'm Scott cutter news for your sudden, forty KTAR h. My heart media, the country's largest multimedia marketing company is looking for our next sales superstar..

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"luby" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"luby" Discussed on KTRH

"Summertime here folks summertime a lot of people who family reunion, even if you don't have a family reunion coming up, some of you know, doubt have in the attic or somewhere you've got some old, maybe not even family just friends. You've got some old like super eight luby's that you haven't seen general how long because who's got the projector anymore or you have stuff on Betamax or or VHS. And you don't have those players that he more you got rid of that long ago. You've got all that stuff that you can't watch. But you kept it because it means something to you. Maybe you've got simple photographs lay around that that are from the same era. And you'd like to show them share all this stuff with people. But you can't even watch it yourself. Now, there's a way you can it's called legacy box legacy box digitally transfers, all of this old stuff that you haven't watched it years super eighth if you've got sixty millimeter stuff, if you've got slides that you use a projector for you that VHS. You have beta that you got all they can digitally transferred that for you onto a DVD or thumb drive, or however, you want it they have done this for nearly half a million families. They make this happen there facilities in Tennessee. They have the latest high tech gear and technology to make these digitally transfers at hot digital transfers high speed that's.

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"luby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"luby" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Fouled inside head. Somehow. Role in the flow. Would change. Still. Getting most Ramada quotes talked to a lot of folks. That's why redneck country club. And now Republic barbecue is so important to me is it gives me an opportunity to get to meet listeners and learn about your lives, and it helps me put on a better show. It also teaches me a lot about the struggle small business. I hear from a lot of you who are in some way, ashamed or embarrassed of your age or your station in life, and I want you to quit that you've been taught that and you bought it hook line, and sinker. Don't believe that that scarecrow is real because it's not me. I get people who Email me, you know. I just some old woman in my seventies. But I just wanted you to know I appreciated your idea. Listen. Who's to say these twilight years could not be great years. Rebel in the things you enjoy. Don't want to be eighteen you had that moment. Now, you're at a different phase. But who's to say, you can't love it? Who's to say you can't enjoy the music that you once enjoy just because it's not on the radio. You don't need somebody else's validation. You don't need to be hip and cool. You don't need to be on the Grammys are the Oscars or anything else. You're not trying to hang out at the cool kids party or go to cocktail events revel in the simple things in life that you thoroughly enjoy. And maybe it's because you enjoyed them as a kid don't be ashamed of the fact that the music you liked in the early seventies is what you like to listen to today. Just because it's not on the radio play it for yourself and enjoy it. We're just here for a moment. Don't let anybody else take that joy from you. You're eighty-five be glad you made it that long and live up to things you like even fits luby's. Better place every grown man and lesbian woman.

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"luby" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"luby" Discussed on The Film Vault

"And does he loses. Cool. He's always goal knows. He has the muscle behind him. He's and then the later have dinner with them, and obviously Jack waltz made a made a couple of calls, and he really he's like Tom wanting to tell me who you know, is your with Vito Corleone is like I don't like to throw his name around. And what's lays out for him? He's like, you're never. He's never gotten this part, and you can go screw yourself. And in the middle of dinner and thought hanging stands up like thank you. I need to leave. Now. My boss insists on hearing bad news, personally, boy, and does he ever so tell Megan good lawyer one client, very rare special practice Dodd lawyer number five, we never talk about sleeper. She's on a retainer whenever talking about sleepers. What do you mean movies luby's levers ever talk about sleep because it has a great? Scene. And it's. I love the actual like stairwell seeing and then the rest of its I love stuff of the kids. And then it's kind of like a dull stuff comes stuff of the adults. You remember the Dustin Hoffman carry sleepers? Barely doesn't often was an incompetent lawyer drunk a washed up lawyer who wasn't really practicing much anymore. But I won't give away the events of sleepers, but he is recruited to nuts. Throw a case. But to be in on a case that's being thrown. And he is he's he's recruited by mob. Boss king. Benny who basically threatened his life. He does not take the case. The whole thing's masterminded by the other lawyer in the case Michael played. By Brad, Pitt who specifically choose Snyder. It is shoveled and sloppy demeanor. Not quite sure exactly how that helps him. But d- there are scenes of Hoffman barely stumbling through very very silver platter. Witnesses and evidence he just kind of spare sleepers once to falsely one time. I did not fall asleep. Brian though, savers stuff going for its melodramatic based on a book melodramatic, but Jenny Snyder the just Mafa character was. Very good. You're shitting over Robert of all this last week, the modern day, Robert volley from vol's awesome. I love all. All great. Yeah. Prime divall. Sweet. Brunt of all was able to tap into old volley. If your member sling blade member, he was a sling blade, dad. Oh, that's right Horton's, dad. Oh, that's right. I saw Santini. Resenting. I didn't see as much as I love devolve. There's a lot of the work that I that. I miss down real quick. After the apostle I was a little bit worried about anything that was positive a vehicle for divall apostle fucking bored. Me to tears was not good. I was actually in church. Church brian. All right. My number five getting cute with any ties here ties for the week. You figure out what you like you call it you cut ties every week. Oh interesting was that what happened? What's going on certain movies, are streaming certain places that can be accessed by us Santini teeny. Five for me. She was up Brian for best actress in supporting role for her portrayal of Gareth Pierce, nineteen Ninety-three is in the name of the father. Thompsons for saw or trail of Gareth peers in the name of the father. This is a very cool collected. Brilliant true-life character that she's playing in a movie from nineteen Ninety-three cold in the name of the father to absolutely loved starring Daniel day Lewis. He's in there. But I'm not talking about him. I'm talking about the gold furred Ford case for four all about IRA bombing..

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"luby" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"luby" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"And holiday gift and also a whole bunch of new CDs from Slovenia. Today's so potentially east Slovenia out cynics lock bodies Franck endure rookie SAB leva, polka hall of fame. Daddy, Lazaros nitny Uva Ainsa Peraza get so check it out before the before the all get sold out. Okay. Ensemble Nago we opened up with them. But here's another selection via luby's, faith hope love. Totally to.

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HPV Vaccine Not Linked To Promiscuity, Study Finds

Dr. Daliah

01:03 min | 2 years ago

HPV Vaccine Not Linked To Promiscuity, Study Finds

"A lot of different avenues for people to gain transmission from it. We have oral cancers rectal cancers cervical cancers, which means HPV, no matter what it touches could cause cancer. That's some serious stuff. So I'm for vaccination also for vaccinating the boys. It's still been proven to be a safe vaccine. If we start to hear more data that it's not safe we need to rethink what we're doing. But right now appear safe. And so both boys and girls will hopefully have protection, I think that's wonderful. Now, what is the leading to the promise qwerty of our teenagers. Well, TV shows luby's. You know? I just saw venom. And in venom, you could tell that the I'm not going to give away the the movie, it's the new marvel movie not going to give away the story. But the movie kind of starts

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"luby" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"luby" Discussed on The Tiny Meat Gang Podcast

"Of course I never punch a kid in the face deserve, oh, chill altitude. What? Chill Al. I'm say, the kids being fog or knowing you hate kids. Well, I mean, I don't like I've never done it, but you've thought about it. I'm just saying, dude, if a kid's like being a little dick beat them off, no, no, do not like that. What you said, hit a kid. If he's being annoying. Beat him off. I'm just saying, I'm not like I'm not. I would never punch a baby. No. But I, I say, per se, but if they're crying on playing. Knows my phone. I don't understand that. Oh, go insane. Musically kids. Yeah. Directing. Yeah. 'cause they're doing lines from luby's. Yeah. So these kids have actor in their bio which is crazy like cr- like there. Two Indians go so many levels, deep. I don't even know what the fuck can say about it because the way the musically camera works, you don't film in real time you film in slow motion speeds it up to real time, right? That's how they gets weird affect. Yeah. So the filming these movie scenes in slow motion. They're acting, they're acting in slow motion, and then they're not even signing their voice. It's someone else's fucking. It's so weird and these kids think they're actors and they're moving to l. a. act and it's like, oh my God, you're in, you're in for a reading away. Newell tough awakening. You can maybe do Japanese karate movies. They dub all of those over so that that maybe could be something that you could do by now you're going to have to use your own voice for a lot of this shit. I'm just imagining musically kid walking into an on this. Yeah. Yeah, hi, I'm reading for the role of..

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"luby" Discussed on Well This Sucks

Well This Sucks

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"luby" Discussed on Well This Sucks

"Sexy oh okay now that i've had mara luby's massaged is this coming down to nncholas oh i see what you're talking about overall it definitely doesn't feel the same as it did last year i mean like your like the rest of your boob feels the same as your other boop yeah it's just like a little hard long which is probably like that is probably i mean you know the cancer still dares growing feels like a little sister something that is what it feels like thing on my shoulder you had assist on your i've had this for as long as i remembered you see it i see it now we have this i've touched that already fell touch again boob undermines bigger let's go to her now yeah that's going to be any minds bicker your your actual again my neck all of all of the things bigger boobs in my boobs in my neck boop what do i got so has the pet skin already been scheduled now what does that have to can we schedule that i don't know or does diner ask questions now i i was just going to aggregate my blood work done just be like hey i got my blood work done do you are we going to schedule this yeah does what is going to be yeah yeah it's tough you know obviously like an i mean i can't help but say like we gotta get a check out yeah i know we gotta go i know but i can't imagine how scary that is of course yeah you know we don't you don't need us to tell you it'd be on top of it but i can't imagine like just being like at your house alone in like always you always feeling your oh yeah i can't imagine like i sit at work and i'm just like do it to this at work like constantly and like this but this for everybody who's listening is just i just have my left hand holding my left abreast gripping it whenever i talk to people about this i'm always touching my boobs to when i'm talking to them about it which is probably very uncomfortable and weird for them just like standing like talking to you about my diagnosis and just like feeling put my and i realize like that i'm doing it and i'm just like opened up a man's doing it it's so hard to yeah touch your moves while you're talking about your boot especially if i'm like telling sort of like how i found the stuff like that yeah because what this is just a part of your body it's like what if just touching my arm all the time touching everything that the other she's no braun i know so would not be have sh sh she'll be so perfect it we don't shy away be proud i know i'll be proud tomorrow i don't know that it does you wait near teeth no they look very white really yes i was thinking i needed to whiten them look great well wow geez all right diverting away from the boobs it's true i noticed it earlier and i meant to say something we'll thank you white teeth wow emma mine in metairie locked it's been a while everyone seems to why ben what happened stained steam dane that's the ban oh my god they to why they got there mainly i used to love that song cheese y'all remember zeta oh yeah ninety nine oh the radio station yes zeta i went to their concert that was so upset when they i heard of it me too that was that was an old miami alternative rock station southern florida shit sorry tana's forgiving valley rude and insensitive wow well that's all inclusive sorry the greater miami area county county and the greater miami area sign everyone tells ada festival sorry but still owns eva digital worth four hundred i went to a wingding once for smart was it called that was it wing ding of riffing i don't know they had wings they're like i saw ninety eight degrees saw ella oh oh yeah good time.

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"luby" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"luby" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"I was like our relationships did we can't even talk we can't get past our macaroni and cheese and mashed potatoes because we were at luby's so that's understanding these cafeteria here in texas it's kind of a big deal now if you're in the deep south we used to have the piccadilly same deal saint people same foods same fried cod okay so he's just a few hours ago you felt like a relationship was over over and all because you're like sir and i was like him because i had no idea that you were thinking that just you know i didn't i didn't go that extreme but i thought it was funny i thought i always see billy crystal's face just kind of staring off favorite animated movie oh man i guess that would be between aladdin and the little mermaid i like aladdin allot aladdin is right up there we saw that on broadway which was a lot of fun which by the way i encourage you to do it because it's it's like the movie but not like the movie there's a lot more to it but there's different system make it alive show but i thought that was great in but i love aladdin i can show you the world and i like you know what i like pixar movies i all sleep the other day we went to see the incredible too and i halfway through it i fell asleep yes you did but it was so good yes i loved it i'm tired man i know i go to the movies to wrist i know because it's place movie you've slept it's i can finally put my phone down and just the rogue one the star wars story wrote when the first time we saw that i had to watch it at that fell asleep bear in that too i like you remember the name now but not earlier no i slept through it so what are you gonna do favorite pixar the i love monsters inc i love monsters inc because billy crystal made me think of that and john goodman and so we put that thing back where it came from so so help me and is the monsters inc to university monsters university announces cute i don't remember that one yes and they have the competition it's the different i you know i saw i did like stand up memorably to me i like those i like i like having kids so there's no excuse we stuck in my head all day now put that thing back where it came from that is really good and cars carlin good i one of my friend larry the cable guy who we're going to get on the show if you never if you've never done this get on youtube and go and do a search for larry the cable guy pixar and it should pull up his interview where he talked about how pixar changed his life i mean cries he just talks about how when he's because because once you become that character that voice of that thing you're almost immortalized in that way you know in so he realizes what it did for his career and tell mater tow mater i you know and it's just i love the movies the movies give us the opportunity to escape for a little while from our own lives just to take a little bit of a respond a little reprieve from the stress and the strength and i want hollywood to just to keep on doing what they've done historically you know and i go back to these old movies i don't care if it's gone with the wind or casablanca or or the magnificent seven and the spaghetti westerns with with leon cleef and in clint eastwood i love it fistful of dollars and a few dollars more and what would we need watch pale rider you haven't watched pale rider that's a great one in the outlaw josey wales and just these old which i mean you look at them and they're like you know yeah they don't make movies the way to make them now and we've kind of gotten spoiled with that but i love when movies or just they let the actor tell the story yes you know and you could tell who was a really really good actor in who could carry a story and you almost forget that that person is even the actor they become that character yeah all right well i hope you.

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Assault, Sutherland Springs and Luby discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:03 min | 3 years ago

Assault, Sutherland Springs and Luby discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"In the governor's roundtable discussion on school safety there'll be joined by survivors of other acts of mass violence including the armed assault on a church in sutherland springs in november the two thousand sixteen school shooting in alpine texas and the nineteen ninetyone massacre that claimed twenty four lives including that of the shooter at luby's cafeteria in central texas classes at santa fe high school are scheduled to resume next week i'll mesa couple has pled guilty to helping their daughter hyder baby from its father and a custodial interference case maricopa county prosecutors say rolin jones reported his daughter enter then one year old son were missing last june police say he and his wife cassandra both knew that the daughters ex husband had been granted joint custody of the child and they helped their daughter deny him access to that boy the daughter madeline jones was found safe with the child in california in october her parents could face a year in jail traffic's rapid again lots of problems.

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"luby" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"luby" Discussed on Classic Races

"Sixteenth and robby gordon seventeenth again those the cars on the lead left napa we keep america running well i'll say one thing we've seen a little bit of everything on racetrack and i imagined down pit road our guys seen a little bit of everything jim phillips in your in the pit crews have gotten a big time workout all day today yes they have and one of the best down of course every week jeff gordon's get up to bucks year talked to rob luby's looks like out front is the place to be a new situation robbie it really is say on these restore tracks slick so you've got to protect bob this happens you go back it's jeff gordon crew chief robbie lewis and like he said the track on the first couple apps a little bit slick until the man out front can kind of pick his way around the guys behind in winston kelly it's not been an easy day for crew chiefs and pit crew to decide what do we need to do this car no absolutely hasn't but one of the guys who has really battled back after having the problem with being penalized on pit road is that of rusty wallace robin pemberton the crew they've had the cargo at work working pretty good all day long robin's just gotten away from us these walk down pit road to talk to ryan newman's crew chief is their teammates here but they have had to struggle a little bit with how they set up the cars robin you think you got enough time to get around and we can tell you got the car i don't know it's pretty good car and you got the best two cars up front i got team car in third so we'll see what happens last robin permanent trying to keep his chin up here as they got penalized but they've battled back.

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"luby" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"luby" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Poland i don't wanna poll i just want to i wanna know if i'm maybe you will maybe not maybe you should put it out as a twitter poll i do but i let them know i wanna do is the thing and we break it into categories down isn't break it in any category very known cypher work thing i wanna know trading of legitimate luby's as intimacy i wanna know if again what about thing what about using as lubricant see that's i don't but but is that something i'm talking like here's the thing let me i mean the body does that itself we all know it if it gets you ready i mean fitting just kind of reminds me of the end of clerks to where he's you know the i just realized i'm coming to this room of different i go no i know that that's true that's true yeah so i think in the type of adult entertainment that i've seen it's coming for someone to women lubricate themselves all right well there's a lot of pressure for women litmus test on how sexy while i was talking about that i was i was talking about both them rachel rachel i was talking about specifically rectifies enrich autumn's we're talking about spitting matters they were playing we're very lubricated listen yeah motivation at that moment was lubrication the motivation was wet if you want to follow into hebron on twitter it's his last name is hebron spelled h e r l i n he got that without looking aga and then berlin is we're german people so it's like hey berlin and he's fantastic instagram account and he's one of best buddies and super smart haberman was name of my morning german talk show cancelled.

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"luby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"luby" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That that you see somebody running around apparently inspired to kill people about it it's nuts but maybe there's nothing new about it you remember the luby's shooting that guy was targeting women and shouting about i think the women of kaleen yeah i i wanna say there was a shooting up in canada and quebec some years ago at a college where guy targeted women i don't i don't there's anything new about the idea of violence against women but it's it's very strange that you're seeing i don't know i guess there are these people out there that are are inspired by it or something i mean you may or may not be a phd studies is i i don't know but here's the thing here's the thing about all of the creed legitimate insanity whatever form it takes whatever guy it is whatever he says is issue is are we sure they're not just insane and then found something to gravitate to i brought it up more than once i'm pretty certain that that we could read catcher in the rye ten times we could read catcher in the rye five hundred times so i don't the demented man just found something whether it was an internet chat room or a book or an album or whatever they're just going to guam onto it and i'm not sure wouldn't kill people anywhere and and feel like there is a crime unity the mentally ill guy in toronto or the mentally gyeogui fill in the blank here and all i mean the guy in austin.

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"luby" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"luby" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald

"Right and so my website is www don luby's h read dot com and read it's r e i d that's right thanks yep right fantastic absolutely end so as somebody who is visionary as somebody who holds himself accountable as somebody who has lofty goals what's on the horizon for you next louise what are you kind of chomping at the bit to get completely immersed in oh that's an exciting that's that's an exciting question and thing to to think about i am wanting to be on stage at my so someone who i really admire caroline soldo is an amazing business coach i'm gonna be on stage with her own that's that's that's me up to the universe that's love right so the that's my that's my next goal at i you know i would consider that you know when i'm on stage with her i will have certainly achieved a lot of momentum and success in the industry to be able to be at that level where i'm onstage with her so that's that's what's next and i just i i in huge way one of expand how i offices to eva's globally right now got you know is it isn't online program that i offer but i have desires to expand that further so that i can save mule so have more people have more broadly and settling future the bigger than that would be even translating sitton services that i will have have like equals is for people who want to take information in slightly different way i've loved that translated so that i can reach even even feather beautiful and so why is it that carol that business coach resonates with you what is it about her that sticks out for you.

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