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Fresh update on "marshall" discussed on ExtraTime
"Was built on Ozzy Alonso. I know that obviously there were other great players, but like Ozzie Alonso was the 6. And then as he sort of aged out or they decide to move off of him, they had gustave svenson for two or three years. And then they moved to Xiao Paolo. All of those guys are top three or four in the league at the position in any given year. During that stretch, and the same for Diego Chara. If you get that position right, you're probably going to be at the worst, not bad. And then if you start getting the number ten correct and you get a really good number 9 and you get a couple of good defenders in there as well, then you're ceiling is going to MLS cup every year. And so that's what we've seen from Seattle and Portland. The demon is still the most important position on the field. It's still the most important decision on the field. And they still have Diego Chara and he's 35 years old and he moves around like he's 25. And so they're going to be pretty good every single year. And he looked phenomenal this weekend. I would argue the other things are in MLS because it's a Sally cap league. You need players that are maybe undervalued, and if you're an undervalued player, why not go play in front of 45,000 in Seattle or Providence park? And I think they have the ability to get players in where you spend money on railways. You spend money on Diego valeri, you need a Shane O'Neill to play well for you. Or you look at Chad Marshall. Ted Marshall probably could have tried to push to go to other teams. But why would you, when you're playing for cups and you're playing in that atmosphere and in that city, week in a week out, Jordan Morris obviously the same conversation from the beginning. So I think that talks about the value that the culture and the city has for the teams and helps them stay relevant and also tells you that, well, don't mention not making grass decisions. Rebuilds an MLS shouldn't actually take that long. Like it's a parody driven league and the point that they can flip from Ozzy Alonso and stay good in Seattle or for Portland to now have sort of moved off Diego valerian stay good and have both these clubs have missed on a ton of DPs. And yet they've stayed irrelevant the year after, shows that if you want to, you can. All right, last quick note here and we'll get into the details. I just want to throw it out there since 2011 when a participant hosted in 2011, LA galaxy were at a quote unquote neutral site in Carson, kaylin knows something about that. And then in 2012 it was actually they were better in the regular season than dynamo, so they did host it since 2011, home teams in MLS cup. One point by one point. That was a big point. You can't get a result, you can't get a draw came? You can't host them less cup then, all right? That's the way it works. They're 8 and two are home teams the last four and less cups have been won by the home team Toronto Atlanta Seattle in Columbus. The only two away teams to win, one of which was the Portland timbers who were the first to do it in 2015. And then it was Seattle, who did it on, I wanted to say it again..
Fresh update on "marshall" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe
"Bloomberg opinion informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news And there's 9 20 a.m. here in the City of London so it's time to check in with Bloomberg opinion this morning We're joined by opinion columnist Chris Hughes who's been writing about something pretty provocative a proposal to phase out income funds in the UK Chris really good to have you This is so interesting And yet again this is poor Marshall sort of shaking things up when it comes to UK businesses The foot 100 pairs into insignificance really in terms of returns compared to the U.S. certainly So what's this new idea then Well the idea is that you would as you say phase out these so called income funds which are investment strategies which focus very much on the dividends that companies pay The problem with that is that if companies pay out a lot of dividends that means well what cash is left to actually invest in the business And the thesis is that if these companies are paying out high dividends under pressure from the income funds they don't invest they don't grow and ultimately ultimately they wither And if you look at the returns of the FTSE 100 as you say they're pretty pretty bad Our century index is almost gone nowhere It's paid out dividends but it's gone nowhere So the hope would be that if you phased out these funds that would influence the diminished Well would it be enough though I'm not sure it would Income funds are not like they are the whole of the market They're a small part of the market and actually the ownership of the 5100 is actually largely international The problem is that the holdings of UK stocks within a sort of global portfolio is going to be quite a small portion So you have this sense of some sort of disengaged ownership I think the other issue is that what you want is you want company directors to be able to set the dividend policy according to what is the right thing And in regardless of the pressure they're under if companies directors have got a bit of backbone they'll set the dividend according to the needs of the business rather than the needs of any one investor base Yeah and is there a slightly kind of schizophrenic thing going on with the UK markets Because at the other end you know we're startups Rishi sunak and so many investors in London are focused on startups and getting to those unicorn businesses and trying to rival Silicon Valley I mean that's all the talk Neon on the top end at the footsie 100 is such a different environment So is there a kind of clash there who's winning Yeah look it's a really good point So there's a lot of issues with the UK stock market and clearly the policymakers are trying to attract high growth companies to list their reforming rules to allow the special purpose acquisition companies to come along So there's that initiative going on But at the same time you have this sort of existing problem of the mature companies just paying out the difference And if you look at the performance of the FTSE two 50 which is a smaller index of mid sized firms just below the Fitz 100 is great It does stunt better than the S&P 500 in the U.S. And yet somehow when these companies mature and go into the 3100 something goes wrong And how does the 3100 then even compare to Europe Because you also have to put it into that context right with our near neighbors Well clearly the European indices they don't have the facebooks the big growth stocks that have powered the U.S. market but they still done better than the UK market So there is something going on in the UK market that you can see at the policy makers want to fix Okay interesting Chris thanks so much for coming into the radio studio this morning And take us through your opinion this morning And you can read a lot more on the terminal It's called ban income funds How about just ignore them That is the title of Chris peace And you can read it at Bloomberg opinion dot com slash opinion and on the terminal op N go So I do encourage you to do that All right coming up next on daybreak Europe We are going to talk about a combination of active and passive investing Is that the future of money management We will unpack.
Fresh update on "marshall" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"I'm Stephanie gaines Bryant coming up The January 6th committee presses for depositions from officials linked to former president Trump On Capitol Hill I'm Mitchell Miller U.S. Marshals continue to move inmates out of D.C. due to inhumane conditions I'm with lucrative Some D.C. students share how to better the relationship between police officers and the community I'm akisha James 48° at Reagan national 47 BWI Marshall 1231 The.
Why Biden's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate Is Unconstitutional
"Kansas, doctor Marshall, good morning, great to have you back. Hugh, good morning to you, a beautiful day here in the capital. But we got some great things to talk about today. We do I want to talk about vaccine mandates with you because you and senator lankford and senator Rubio are leading the charge to cabin the ability of the president to impose mandate. Look, these are unconstitutional. I explained this to Andy slavitt yesterday. What is it about the limited and enumerated powers of the constitution that your colleagues across the aisle do not get? It's just inconceivable. It is absolutely unconstitutional. Absolutely. It just a violation of our God given constitutional rights. Look, I support people getting the vaccine. My parents have had it. They've had their booster. And the other in the spectrum, my grandchildren had had the virus. I don't see the benefits outweigh the risk and certainly don't know why a young healthy person doesn't have the choice to take this, especially when the federal government does not take into account natural
Did a US Air Marshall Leak Secrets About the Rittenhouse Jury?
"Yesterday there was a an assertion made on social media that a U.S. marshal somehow leaked information that two of the jurors were hold out yesterday against acquitting because they're worried that their community is going to get burned to the ground. Now, I don't know if that's true or not. We certainly could believe it. I guarantee you that wouldn't surprise you, would it? These jurors are human beings. That have to live and work and play in Kenosha Wisconsin. And it seems to me that we could be in a universe where a juror is going to say, yeah, I hated for the 18 year old, but we have to sort of sacrifice him for the better good. I don't know the answer to that. It worries me. All of it worries me. I've got my eye on the motion for a mistrial. Because of the prosecutorial misconduct and incompetence and mistakes that they've made over and over and over again, the defense team, and this has not been widely covered, although you can find the coverage of it if you look, the defense team has sent to the judge emotion for mistrial because a key piece of evidence a high quality drone video of the shooting of rosenbaum was withheld they say by the prosecutors. And that's absolute malfeasance, and they're aiming for a mistrial. I don't know what a mistrial does other than maybe have to start all over again, which would be kind of a nightmare. I don't know how I feel about a mistrial. This seems so open and shut to me and to most observers I daresay, but who
NY Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Backstory and Connection to the Former Yugoslavia
"First welcome back to our one on one end studio in discussion with New York's congresswoman Claudia teddy. For those who aren't familiar with your backstory. I didn't even know it until you came in today. You said you mentioned my book, and then you said you sold me on TV and you bought my book, which talks about my parents who escaped Hungary under communism and then mentions what was happening next door in Yugoslavia. Share with us who aren't familiar or who aren't from your district, your connection to the Balkans in the Eastern Europe. I'm not of Yugoslavia in descent or Balkan descent, but I did actually see you and I said, oh, look, you know, because one of my jobs when I worked at the former Yugoslav consulate, which is obviously gone because of the war. We're still look for people in the Balkans, people in the region, and I just, you know, anyone with a sort of the accident, even though Hungarian is not similar to several creations to different route language, I just said, oh, who's this guy? Oh, he's talking about hungry. Interesting because of all that was happening and Yugoslavia being so unique, technically not behind the iron curtain. Tito was able to keep him out of the common form. So I went to Yugoslavia as a student in 1981, 40 years ago, just for a study group and ended up falling in love with the place to just so diverse and interesting and continued to stay there. Work for the consulate worked on the Olympics in Sarajevo in 1984. Learn the language, you know, just continue to go back and then obviously through the war, it was a tough time for me. I had friends from every part of the country, the former years of everywhere. Because we all worked in the consulate together, and so that's been my connection and just living in a country that was communist and then seeing the transformation since the war and them trying to emerge as a market economy, and reading your book where you hear about you're talking about some of the things that happened and how a lot of Hungarians were trying to cross through Yugoslavia and get to freedom and how Tito basically turned them in. And they read the benevolent dictator who was Marshall, Joseph pizza, right? Right, yeah, so called benevolent dictator, and that's where I, you know, I think we're on this moment in American history where people should learn that when they say we have communism we've never just done it quite right, and we had a benevolent dictator in Tito, not a benevolent dictator. Tito had a dissident camp where people were tortured and killed on a barren island in the Adriatic Sea. So it's all these communists. And he played and he played the nationalities. Right. Slovenes vice the Croatians, the Croatians versus the Serbs. Yeah, and technically he was Croatian, but first and foremost he was a communist. Right. He was able to bridge the gap and keep an allied relationship with the Americans and with kind of keeping everyone at bay to maintain this sort of artificial union of these countries and Yugoslavia, which wants Tito died. You know, they devolved into war within about ten
Judge blocks tax cut rule in American Rescue Plan
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a judge blocks the tax cut rule in the American rescue plan a federal judge in Alabama has sided with thirteen states that sued to contest the provision of the American rescue plan act that prohibited states from using pandemic relief funds to offset new tax cuts U. S. district judge L. Scott Coogler ruled Monday Congress exceeded its power in putting the so called tax mandate on states the American rescue plan steered one hundred ninety five billion dollars in flexible relief funds to states that specified the funds could not be used to offset tax cuts Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall called the restrictions an unconstitutional assault on states sovereignty by the federal government justice department lawyers argued the money should be used for its intended purpose pandemic recovery hi Mike Rossio
Tom Cotton to Merrick Garland: 'Thank God You Are Not on the Supreme Court'
"So Merrick Garland is testifying in front of Congress right now. And not in front of the house in front of the Senate, though, which was very important, let's go to cut 64. Senator Tom cotton has said what we are all thinking, which is praise God and thank goodness that Merrick Garland is not on the United States Supreme Court. Let's play cut 64. This is shameful. This testimony, your directive, your performance is shameful. That's not true. Thank God you are not on the Supreme Court. You should resign and disgrace judge. You should resign and disgrace judge. I'm a big Tom cotton fan. I think he's terrific and it's exactly right. Merrick Garland is one of the most despicable, craven, self righteous, arrogant, and lowlifes ever to serve as attorney general of the United States. And we've had some. We've had some attorney generals. Trust me. The fact that Merrick Garland is now double and tripling down on the weaponization of the Department of Justice against moms and dads tells you everything you need to know. And I am seeing here as my friend senator Marshall Blackburn right now is touching is asking questions that Merrick Garland and the testimony. I'm seeing Republicans start to play offense. They realize that the rule of law is been temporarily put on life support in our country as Merrick Garland and his cartel of muscle mafia people try to put moms and dads in a headlock saying you better not show up to school board meetings. You better not challenge the
2 officers indicted in death of man shot 76 times during 2016 raid
"Two cases against Georgia police officers accused of killing black men have ended with very different outcomes in Fulton County a grand jury handed up an eight count indictment against a member of the U. S. Marshall service and a Clayton county policeman Eric kinds and Christopher Hutchins are charged with felony murder and lying about the twenty sixteen shooting death of Jim Marion Robinson a former college football player he was shot seventy six times when police went to serve a warrant in connection with the weapons case in a different case in Washington County Georgia a jury has deadlocked in the trial of three former sheriff's deputies accused of murdering Yuri Martin during a twenty seventeen suspicious persons arrest the fifty eight year old black man was shocked repeatedly with stun guns and died Martin had a history of schizophrenia authorities say he had taken an aggressive stance hi
Angels deliver blow to Mariners' playoff hopes with 2-1 win
"The Los Angeles angels dealt a setback to the Seattle Mariners playoff quest with a two one victory all this going to place in the first three innings the bears had runners in scoring position with no outs in both the seventh and ninth innings but couldn't plate the tying run manager Scott services this is been reference team this year I don't think our guys trying to hoard ring like that like I said we've played this game so many times this year and we've always been able to you know put something together tonight we just didn't Brandon Marshall's two run double gave the angels the runs they needed Jared Kelly drove in Seattle's run the loss drops the mers into a tie with the Toronto Blue Jays one game behind the Boston Red Sox for the last American League wild card playoff spot with just two games left in the season Jim Bernard Seattle
Kelly, lowly D-Backs rally past NL East-leading Braves 6-4
"The Diamondbacks put together a five run seventh that allowed them to beat the Braves six to four Carson Kelly tied it with a three run Homer and Dalton Marshall added a go ahead double that ended at Landis four game winning streak Oster valley homered for the third straight game as the Braves took a three nothing lead off Madison Bumgarner with a three run third Dansby Swanson sacrifice fly boosted the lead to four one in the sixth the D. backs improve their National League worst record to forty nine and one oh four hours after announcing a one year contract extension for manager Torey Lovullo I'm Dave Ferrie
"Why Should We Take the Bread Out of the Mouths of Our Own Children and Give It to Strangers?"
"Is a crisis on the southern border and it does not involve robert francis aerobic and so robert francis rourke the fake irishman another fake hispanic irishman. He's very much irish. Thinking of running for the governor. The governor's mansion in texas doesn't involve him but it does involve the millions of people that are illegally flowing into our country. John adams famously. In a letter to the secretary of state. John marshall said why should we take the bread out of the mouths of our own children and give it to strangers. Frederick douglass. Who was incredible. And frederick does not get enough attention. In my opinion by republicans by conservatives by commentators said the old employments by which we have heretofore to four gain our livelihood are gradually and may it seem inevitably passing into other hands. Every hour sees the black man elbowed out of employment by some newly arrived immigrant whose hunger and whose color thought to give him a better title to the place. He's making a moral argument. That when you form a government your duty. Your responsibility is first and foremost dear fellow-countrymen to your citizens not to the foreigner not to the newly arrived person
Americans Reflect on 9/11 and Its Aftermath
"This september eleventh the nation pauses at remembers what happened here twenty years ago across the country. Americans gathered in groups large and small at the world trade center the pentagon a field in pennsylvania in parks and at fire houses celebrating those who ran toward the danger and remembering those who lost their lives while the marshalls dc. Ross amancio robert as legal. Donald freeman klavan. Deaf new presidents past and present paying tribute. Today we remember your loss. We share your sorrow george bush's emotional call for a return to civility. The new developments today in the war fought in nine eleven's wake and the new divisions in the country as we face a new threat to decades after we all united in the face of another one a nation forever change by that day tonight the country fulfills its promise to never forget
Learn the History of Jacobson v. Massachusetts
"Case in the case, known as Jacobson vs Massachusetts. Jacobson. His lawyers argued that the Cambridge vaccination order was a violation of the 14th amendment rights. Which forbade the state from depriving any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law. Question then was whether the right to refuse vaccination was among those protected. Of the personal liberties, the Supreme Court rejected Jacobs argument and doubt the anti vaccination movement is stinging loss. Writing for the majority Justice John Marshall Harlan acknowledge the fundamental importance of personal freedom. But also recognize that rights of the individual in respect of his liberty may at times under the pressure of great dangers. Be subjected to such restraint to be enforced by reasonable regulation, says the safety of the general public main demand. This decision established what became known as the reasonableness test. The government had the authority to pass laws that restricted individual liberty if those restrictions, including the punishment for violating them were found by the court to be reasonable means for achieving a public good. Bottom line. There had to be some kind of real and substantial connection between the law itself and legitimate purposes. The Jacobson decision provided a powerful controversial president. To the extent of government authority in the early 20th century. In 1922, the Supreme Court heard another vaccination case, this time concerning a Texas student named Rosalind sucked, who was barred from attending public school because her parents refused to have her vaccinating. Zach's lawyers argue the school district ordinance requiring proof of vaccination denied her equal protection of laws. Under the 14th amendment. The court disagreed. Justice BRANDEIS wrote in the unanimous decision long before the suit was instituted, and they cite Jacobson vs
Operation Crossroads: The Test of Atomic Weapons in Naval Warfare
"World war two had just ended the year before in nineteen forty-five while the war was over. The cold war between the united states and the soviet union was just beginning at this particular moment. The united states had a monopoly on atomic bombs. However it while they had vanished to create and detonate several bombs. There was still a great deal. They didn't know about this weapon. Only three atomic bombs had been detonated at this point. The original trinity test explosion in new mexico. The bomb used over hiroshima and the one used over nagasaki. All three of these were detonated over land. What no one knew was what would happen. If these weapons were used in naval warfare. What would happen to ships which were hit with an atomic blast with they sankar would they flow it. People in the navy had speculations but no one had any proof to this end of the. Us navy initiated operation crossroads. This was to be an a of atomic weapons in naval warfare. The navy search for a location where they could conduct such a test. They needed somewhere remote yet somewhere where they could set up headquarters on land and have observation posts. They eventually settled on a remote coral atoll in the pacific ocean in the marshall islands. The navy move the one hundred sixty seven people who lived on the island to other nearby islands so they could begin testing. They also sailed a fleet of ninety five ships to the atoll which would serve as target ships for the test. These were ships that were set for retirement and the scrap yard and instead would be used for testing they would get newt facilities for over. Forty thousand people were constructed. Who would be there to the tests. They had to build everything from scratch. They build bunkers to observe the test. They built barracks kitchens offices clubs for officers and clubs for enlisted men. It was a massive undertaking and all done far away from prying eyes in the middle of the pacific ocean on july first. The first of these tests took place he would be the fourth atomic bomb ever detonated. In the first above water the test was given the codename able it was dropped from a b twenty nine bomber and exploded approximately five hundred feet above the surface. It caused surprisingly little damage to the ships because the bombs were about a third of a mile or six hundred meters off target the next day. The news of this event spread around the world and everyone became familiar with this remote pacific island which was named
Suga Bows out of Party Vote
"Japan's prime minister you shahida suge is resigning. Here's what that means by amy guna. You'll shahida suge is bowing out. As prime minister of japan amid increasing anger over his government's handling of covert nineteen in the wake of the tokyo olympics. He announced friday that he will not seek reelection as leader of the liberal democrat party or ldp at the end of september suge age. Seventy two became prime minister just one year ago after long-serving prime minister shinzo ave stepped down over health concerns. He said during a party meeting friday that he wanted to focus on the corona virus pandemic instead of continuing on as the head of the ldp with a general election upcoming in the fall. Sagoes resignation paves the way for a new leader of the world's third largest economy. Here's what the know about subas resignation and what it means for japan. Why is suge stepping aside after just a year in office. Soukous popularity has plummeted over his handling of the corona virus. Pandemic japan is currently battling its largest wave of the virus since the pandemic began subas insincere and ambiguous comments and actions on containing the pandemic every single day have may japanese citizens very frustrated says yoshikazu cotto a research fellow at the racquet insecurities economic research institute in tokyo. The public nowadays basically does not trust the government at all suka hoped the olympics would help boost his popularity but despite a record medal count for japan has ratings sank even lower. The number of covert nineteen cases has surged to all-time highs in recent weeks in japan due to the more contagious delta variant. The japanese public angry after subas decision to hold the international event in the midst of a pandemic as increasingly ignored government pleas to stay at home support for the prime minister was below thirty percent in both july and august according to polls by local media suge has long been under pressure due to criticism of his corona virus response and a host of other issues says christie davila the deputy director of the asia program at the german marshall fund of the united states.
Can You Hear the Screams of the People of Afghanistan Tonight?
"Now we have propaganda is in this country from the Defense Department to the state Department to the White House. Highly paid, Admiral Kirby. Nick Price, Jen, pus, AKI and others. And now generals who are part of the propaganda. Do you think George Patton or Omar Bradley or the top General George Marshall would leave American citizens and enemy territory under any circumstances or conditions? Including at the order. The commander in chief, No commander in chief has ever ordered any general To leave citizens behind. What about these Children and these women? What about the Afghan allies? The men who fought next to US firefight after firefight. What about the 80 to 100,000 s ivy visas granted special visas granted to Patriots, who fought side by side with Americans. Instead, we hear that the American citizens didn't act fast enough. Instead, we hear this was a massive success. Instead, we here we will use diplomacy. To deal with these Nazis. Instead, we hear we may in the future work with them against Isis as if they're different. It's the Taliban that allowed Al Qaeda to attack us on 9 11, the Taliban They have our equipment they have are people. They have our allies. They are going to threaten us. They're working with the Communist Chinese. They're working with Putin. They're working with the Iranians and listen to me. America. Can you hear the screams of the people of Afghanistan tonight?
Genocide in Afghanistan Was Prevented and No One Wants to Talk About It
"This genocide that's going on now. In Afghanistan. Beyond our cameras. Was not only preventable. It was prevented. And nobody wants to talk about it. The 20 year. War is over. Let me tell you a little secret. The 20 year war was over, quote unquote a long time ago several years ago. Barack Obama. Was not nation building. Donald Trump was not nation building. That's the last 12 years out of those 20 years. The person. The president who was nation building was George W. Bush. He's trying to figure out a way to prevent another attack on the homeland. Whether it be in the Middle East, whether it be In Afghanistan. I don't condemn him for that. He saw the Marshall Plan after World War two. The work It worked with Italy. It worked with Japan and work with Germany and other countries. Democracy was, in fact imposed where constitutions were in fact imposed and it worked. Of course we now know I think we know. That in certain societies such as they are They don't work. And they never will. Eight years of Obama in four years of Trump. They were not nation building.
"marshall" Discussed on THE EXPLODING HUMAN with Bob Nickman
"Wouldn't need anything you would all it would be as thought and there wouldn't even be a need for any sort of vehicle to transport these thoughts around or virtual reality or any of that stuff because it's even be on human reality and virtual reality. It's pure consciousness. Can you get me there. You know what i'm saying. I mean we're where are we headed with this thing. What is the what is the desire i mean. Human beings always want to have less pain less suffering A life of of. I guess i don't know if it's i guess it's more pleasure. Maybe but you know. Happiness and pleasure aren't the same thing the what is it that we want as human beings that this is headed toward. Because you know. I i see a lot of this stuff. And they talk about all the advancements in the various sort of mechanical type fields. But you very rarely hear anything about the consciousness part in terms of what you know who are we. And what do we really want as as a species and then where do we come from. And so why are we here. We here to go back to the thing that we Came from in this other. This new way chew on that. Marshall how do you feel about Consciousness modifying drugs. Well i i. I like them As as a way to get me to a place that i might not be able to get myself enjoy those experiences. However i don't do that stuff at all because i really i think there's some value in it but there's also a b side to it which is ultimately borrowing from the future and winding up in a place. That isn't really very healthy. I liked you know. A couple of the ex- experiences that i had thought it was really interesting. But i wouldn't wanna live in that state. Okay how about you. I'm i'm drug free. Because i had a parent who was.
Parent Company of TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, Marshalls Delays Return to Office
"Reporting bang up sales this spring, the parent company of T J. Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods, saying it is pushing back the return of the office date. Framingham, TJX companies will allow corporate employees to work from home until November, pushing a mandatory date back a couple of months. This news comes a week after TJX told all of its headquarters and regional office employees. About a new vaccine mandate that's also in effect come
The US Courts Conform to the Clambering of the Chattering Class
"The courts conform to the people now. This is something that we as conservatives. Don't talk about enough. We think that the courts are going to make sober and fair and unbiased decisions regardless of the clamoring the chattering class hamilton. Never thought never thought this isn't the case he wrote about this in the federalist papers and you wrote about this in his private journals and alexander. Hamilton is actually a ghost rider for a lot of george washington speeches in a second term of his presidency. Now the idea of judicial review came in thanks to marbury versus madison. Which really kind of enshrine this idea that. The supreme court is a co equal branch of government. The supreme court has the ability to have a check and balance against tyrants and dust spots or unconstitutional measures when the legislature as we've covered extensively in a previous episode of our podcast. Joe biden has just basically said. I don't care if the supreme court says i am going to do. What i believe is right let roberts sent his army. Let marshall sent his armies. Andrew jackson said an booster versed beaver. V georgia a lot of people debate whether it or not but the essence definitely fits andrew jackson's persona.
NFL Preseason: Indianapolis Colts' Jacob Eason Outshines Sam Ehlinger Win Over Carolina Panthers
"The final. Preseason game of this weekend was in indianapolis. The colts they beat the panthers twenty one to eighteen one more. Exciting games of the entire sleet we had. Pj walker formerly of the xfl re looked really good for the carolina. Panthers i mean really good. He was ten twenty. One hundred. Sixty one yards touched out a really explosive athlete. That was moving very fast. He can throw on. The run was ripping throws up the sidelines and again a great backup who could see a lot of time. Depending on what. Sam darnold does but good backup to have cuba hubbard. He'd a huge run after escaping from the pile. He can be a really nice complement to christian. Mccaffrey for carolina. If he does what he did at oklahoma state you tears marsal marshalls kind of show a little bit of what he can do. The y rec- route. Lsu who some thought. He would be a first round pick but he was second round. Pick he had three receptions for eighty yards Takeaway from this game as jacob and he looked pretty solid and the colts are going with jacob and sam etlinger two quarterbacks with a lot of experience but easing looks like the more superior quarterback he he was fifteen to twenty one hundred eighty three yards another again. Another guy with some really impressive throws a all lot of dimes this weekend but he had some really impressive throws down the field. Sam longer was ten fifteen fifty five yards. He interception but offers a little bit more of that mobility aspect to his game. So it'll be interesting to see how that battle plays out but reports coming out this week or that went his injury return. Does luke
"marshall" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast
"I am a big fan of this guy. I can't wait to have a conversation with them. Marshall been looking forward to this one. Welcome to the run. Gp podcast egg. David appreciate it man. Really looking forward to it as well. I'm glad we're able to make it happen. One hundred percent. Yeah you know. A lot of our gas. Our all of our guests really have unique stories and perspectives. What's interesting about you is that it's only recently become popular on social media. Triggered agree with that. Then you really starting to grow an audience. Even though he'd been successful for very long time but you are someone who's as authentic as they come the real deal. And i think that's why people are paying close attention to you So i'm excited to get your perspective on you know. Sales negotiation business building..
"marshall" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds
"And you know if there's one thing i like more than talking about comics is talk about the future of comics and how advanced the technology is getting if i can get it out. Sound way to talk back on and just where it's going just in general when you talk about digital comics. And how do you get the ownership when it comes to the riders to the creators. And so i have inner pop comics joining me today. And i have brian david marshall. He is the president and publisher of inner pop. And i have racer concern. She is the group editor of the emergence universe. Brian racial thank you so much for joining me today. Oh thank you so much for having us. It's really exciting to talk about all this. Yeah thank you very much ryan. I'm and i have to thank you for joining me. I have to admit off the top here that i had to have guys on because i need to make sure i'm invited to ever enter every inter pop block party ever assign invited. 'cause that was way cool for you guys do that. I couldn't believe it was like a comic convention all my computer screen right. I was so impressed that the technology because we do the zoom things. But it's still not. It still doesn't have that person to person contact and the topiary platform that we did for internet block party amazing. I threw my hands up in amazement and realize nobody can see that in mind. It was great. Because you know like like rachel said you. Zoom is very efficient. And obviously you know for podcasting in for meeting and producing all sorts of stuff. But but it's not great on serendipity and you know it was. It was first of all. I just being in that call. I ran into people lying new from all over the world. And i haven't seen obviously in close to two years so that was that was pretty amazing but then also i think the most satisfying moment of the of the convention in this was event. We put on for the launch of our comic line. Gave away free. Comic was having a panel and having somebody come running across across this virtual space last minute to join the panel because they got lost in one of the side halls. Oh yeah this now. This is a convention
"marshall" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"With direct. The uses sweetheart i again. Thank you so much saying. I am one hundred percent of sweetheart in my defense pete. You're sitting in the same room as you're looking at that face. How how kyle could you not be just infuriated. All the time looking at the sky just in general be honest. Scale of one to ten. How much do you hate me. Scale wanna ten. You put me on the spot there. I'd like you donnie. I like the conversation we've had. I'm already bias. I can't give you an you know pizza smear. You don't wanna know how i know he's line you. Did you use yousef say anything. Good about me. Why l. met before he did. Now did i say i don't i don't i don't remember i. Don is a good guy you like him. he's he's going to meet us. There was given. He was talking shit about not getting coffee with us. but yes. that's okay styles just like you know. This is kind of our thing. I mean we liked to have coffee together. You know donny's johnny's doing big deals at your tax that's right you're shout a your tech. Actually you're not paying us no shadow shop next year. You're send the check but no i mean Pete is a good definition of what that kind of encompasses because on surface level no-fence pete but on surface level. Peach should not be as cool as he is on paper. You should be like private equity You know you kind of have. You're not currently private equity but you know there's a general persona of a young guy in private equity or that's been in private equity. They're kind of the eccentric Probably probably stay out too late Think that they are the smartest best looking guys in the room. Just think about american psycho. Heh that's yes. That's kind of what i think of. When i think of like you know kind of the private equity i appreciate you. Not comparing me to christian. Bale that's even though he looked good good flexing in front of those mirrors he get he looked good. I'm knockin ally. Good but no i appreciate that i you know i. I don't know how to segue from their dead air. You can edit that out. No shit. That yousef yeah. I've just try to keep it real yemen so so start from the beginning. So how did pete marshall get into actually oil and gas and where was the beginning in. How did that kind of take you to where you are. Now yeah Just jumping right into it. I graduated with a business degree. Am in two thousand ten. I didn't know. Are you a die hard. Aggie i am. But i'm not the typical aggie okay l. Say i mean. I'm wearing my ring you could say it. I'm true to my roots. And i love my school. But you're not gonna see me in overalls okay yapping or anything there okay number but yeah graduated in two thousand ten jumped right into the the landslide. Oil was that one hundred bucks and there are a lot of brokers running guys on the gulf coast Being in houston year..
"marshall" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"You company houston young successful entreprenuer. Musk welcome back to another week of oil money. Podcast with myself. Johnny davis and use of chowdhry this week. We got pete marshall. Vp of land at iron orchard. Thanks guys hello. Hello says and let me let me say first before we get going that intro. That is on the song. The song is very very impressive. So the first time i heard the song i literally first of all the best part about song is it doesn't say don his name. So that makes actually. That really upsets donnie. But i actually thought it was a joke. The first time i heard it because i was like this is so lame. This is a joke. Help your name out. Yeah i. I actually thought it was legitimate joke. I thought the digital wildcatter guys were just like a prank on. Yeah i thought so just like this is so stupid and then i got so many people be like. Hey we love the intro. And i was like screw you okay. Good and then so many people kept saying. I'm like you know what maybe it is pretty good so then it actually got a good love it. I think it's great. It's just missing a couple of important words. At this point saw concerned i mean important is objective in this situation but no it it is. It is a cool intro and we definitely need to add a big dog's name in there so what we'll get there but peterman Obviously thank you for so much for coming on this week And having us or having us having a your gummy flustered those man did thank you for having us on your body yes. I'm flustered so no no you know i've known you so i met through kind of some. You know just naturally we just start talking about some deal flow stuff you know. There were some some basic Some feels that it just made sense for us to talk to each other me and talk to each other and it was one of the most genuine conversations i've had anybody in oil and gas will know you can immediately pick on a genuine conversation and you can immediately pick up on a conversation that is you know what we're both here to make money. We bowl really. Don't wanna be here and you know it is what it is right me and pete where the complete opposite. It was genuine conversation. We talked about everything from how we were feeling that they how we're feeling about the industry how we felt about the deal and it just honestly it just kept on growing and growing and growing now pete. I would consider a very good friend to us. If i mean i is very organic Nothing was forced and those relationships are hard to decipher what they really are..
"marshall" Discussed on Back To Back
"How's your weekend. How's your your week going. I mean it's only tuesday. So i guess. How is your your monday Guys look it's all right we don't gotta get into the details. I hope you're doing well. It's great to be back with you. Great show for you today crazy show for you today person. I never really thought i would be talking to marshall. Jefferson is on the show today. And look sometimes i. I give the long winded intro. I talk about what's going on in my own life. That's not important when you're talking to somebody like marshal jefferson one of the pioneers one of the founding fathers of house music. And i don't care who you are if you love dance music which i assume you do. Because you're listening to this podcast. Who'd be very weird if you didn't like dance music but you listen to this podcast and never even thought about that. Is there anyone out there. Listening to this podcast. Who doesn't like dance music. And if so why are you listening to this podcast right. In lemme know. Look all right. We're getting off track already. Marshall jefferson is on the show I'm extremely excited for this. I was extremely excited to talk to him. Marshall jefferson the man behind the first the very first house music anthem and that is official because he put it in the title. The man behind. Move your body the house music anthem. He's on the show marshall. Jefferson's latest release is called family featuring el-bugi it's our right now he made that with who It's not a joke not asking you. Who but the artist who w h zero and he just dropped that a couple months ago. It's out right now and if you go to the description of this episode there's going to be a link where you can follow marshall jefferson get all the new music keep up today with what he's doing because even though he is a living legend the man is busy and he never really stopped touring for thirty five years straight pumping out tunes. Not only the man behind move your body. Which by the way was the first house song to use pianos. Think about that thing about a concept like that. Pianos in house music. That's like that's peanut. Butter and jelly in two thousand twenty. One right like that's obvious thing. He was the first person ever do it and to hear him. Tell the story You know people were confused it. I look somebody's gotta be first. Somebody's got to be the pioneer and Every once in a while you get to talk to him. That's what this is not to mention. He pioneered acid house. A little thing called acid house you ever heard about that. We'll keep listening. You're going to hear the story of How some of that got started as well and when you do go to that lincoln the description to follow marshall jefferson. You're also can see a few more links Guys this show backed back the one. You're listening to right now. This gets recorded live every single week on twitch and every single week it's growing and i want you yes you the person hearing my voice to come be a part of it. Every monday and wednesday. I am live on twitch recording these episodes you can come in watch. These conversations happen live and better than that. You can come participate. It's been great having everybody in the chat. Seeing your comments answering your questions you can submit questions to the artists. I'm talking to and we will answer them. It's a beautiful thing. The show is made better by your presence so come join us over on. Twitch link is in the description also last lincoln the description. It's the back-back discord guys. The bag discord. I mean do. I even really need to tell you at this point. It's it's the coolest community on the internet. I i'm pretty sure you're aware of that if you've listened to this show already before but Look i. I don't know what i'm saying as it's been a long day but the back. Toback discord is an amazing community of people. If you're a music producer you can come share what you're working on. Get some feedback meet some like minded producers. I'm in there all the time. Come talk to me. Come tell me who you'd like to see. Be a guest on the show. Get notified anytime i am doing. These live interviews and you can come be a part of them. It's a beautiful thing. Come join the discord come follow me on twitch and for right now today. Today is all about marshall jefferson. I caught up with him when he was in his studio in new jersey and not unlike some other legends. I've had on this show. It was hard to know where to even start with a career like his with all of his accomplishments with so many decades of experience in the music industry. But i think we did pretty good guys. I think we had a great time. I know i did. He has some incredible stories Some incredible perspective that The perspective i kind of didn't know i needed to hear but i walked away from it feeling really good and i hope it does the same for you. I hope you enjoy it so with that said. I hope you're doing well out there. I hope life is going good. I hope you're happy and healthy. And whatever you're working on whatever goals you're trying to achieve as always. I'm sending you that positive energy that encouragement go out there. Go get it put in the work. I say this. And i mean because sometimes we all need to hear these things right. We got your back over here at back to. I mean it's in the name of the show. So look i love all you guys enjoy this episode. I hope you enjoy it. Just as much as i did and i think you will. Let's do it right now. This is me and marshall jefferson back-to-back lesko..
"marshall" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"Said at the beginning of the shot that we're having right now is coming to organize your candidate. And so what that means is that might Organizing is a lot broader and bigger than just that the typical g. tv get out the vote activities of a campaign and i have been on this On this sort of soapbox about the need to do deep community or Basically since i was in college and so what that means is that i believe that. The rue organizing things like mutual aid by organizing social events. Right now we're doing a weekly Which means beans and rice get numbers of the community together in order to be a community with each other and a lot of the activities that we're doing while we're building community isn't necessarily always voter-registration or political phone calls or doing more typical campaign more rather what we're doing it on sunday we're going out and feeding the poor in or or feeding on has neighbors in another setting. You're getting together and we're having a. We're having a film night where we're learning anything bad. That's really really important. Part of a political organizing that. I think that we that we used to do really well as democrats. I think it's something that do not quite as well now as we used to. And i think it's it's something that to get really good at doing again so that we can start to louis bring folks in because i think that just go to someone needs something like i need a vote or i need this thing. Folks are a lot more folks may be hesitant. They may resist that. But if you're needing folks and you're not necessarily your initial askar. Initial interaction with them is like hey come to said to do this thing. Let's do this project together. We're helping the homeless community. Or i together of or sport community pool. That's something that brings folks in. And ultimately it will it will allow and strengthen the organizational ecosystem for for democrats for our side of the aisle long-term it in the short term. It it just makes the community a better place so if people listening want to help get involved. What are some ways. They can do that absolutely so the number one thing is. We are your open for business as so to speak and we are accepting volunteers. Go and check out my website. Derek marshall seeing dot com. You can also call make a donation or the big donate in the top. I guess i should say we're not accepting any corporate donations so everything that we're getting hours from individual individual contributions.
"marshall" Discussed on Hurdle
"Yeah it's really cool so speaking of coming along way obviously so much farther along in the journey than you are right after college when you realize they mean hundred thousand subscribers a lot going on but when does it really start the super taking off so the video go viral. It was megan. Trainers me too. And i remember i uploaded that to facebook and then overnight it had one hundred thousand views on facebook and i was like y and then the next day it had like five hundred thousand and then a million and then ten million and then megan trainers reach weeding at megan. Trainers following me A clothing company in australia. Cotton on reaching out to me asking me to do a world tour with them and and all of these things start happening at once. And i'm like well. This is just the craziest moment. I'm getting so many. E mails from media companies. Being like do you wanna do reality. Show us and that was. That was the craziest moment. Just the metoo video. Because i think virology is. I mean what's even viral anymore. Like someone can go viral and get a billion views something go viral and get up. You know ten thousand views like it's all based on your own perception of what that is but for me that was just the biggest most immediate growth. I guess in a video and the most attention i got an at one time and so that's when i got really excited and thought that okay. This is something really really cool. Like we can brochure. Make money off this at some point or somehow but then that is also started might decline and what started probably one of the sats times for me in his career because every video was chasing that success in every time i out of the deal that didn't get as many of us or didn't the attention i was like. You're not as good anymore. That was your peak. You're not enough and it was just this. Negative self topic have happening. And until i broke out ever trying to do that again like i was just miserable. Trying to recreate. I mean miserable. I wasn't miserable. I still have always had a great job. But it was just the most soul-sucking time to try to constantly compete yourself or keep trying to live up to a standard. That is just not realistic and not attain of. I didn't make that video with all of those things in my head. I made the video and it just happened to connect a lot of people and that was not intentional. It was just by chance and so the only way that was going to happen again is by having that same authentic reaction.
"marshall" Discussed on Hurdle
"Was great. You were driving on the boulevard as you go to graduation and you're trying to think about what you're gonna do in the world and you're like holy shit. I'm gonna launch a youtube channel. Spending say graduation. I didn't even go to my graduation. I sat on on my porch. I made myself a really shitty margarita. And i had my captain down. I took a selfie. And i said happy. Graduation gallivan graduation was happening like literally so close and i was like you know i i. I was a against so disconnected from my major and the whole idea of you graduate and now go find corporate job. Be and go do that. That was not on my mind. I remember the summer between year in senior year. That i was going through this awful time when the guy i was dating we broke up so but that was like my first relationship and it was like a five year relationship and so i lost that and then i was having this moment of okay so my relationships gone and i'm about to go into my senior year of college and have no concept of what i wanna do for the rest of my life and it was this big aha moment of weight you keep coming back to these like cardio classes. The only thing you care about is what new dance. You're gonna do next week if that's so important in that makes you so happy. Then let's make something out of that and see if see if it sticks like what's the worst that can happen. No one watches your videos. Okay so i went home From this summer. Internship and i created a youtube channel and i created a brand behind it and i took the fitness martial because my last name is marshall and i made it kind of like army themed because my family has all been in the military and i think it's also really funny like little gain. You like dancing around barry pants so it was just really fun. And i just started pumping out like videos every week and i was member in my senior year like i was doing all these projects trying to i was getting great grades but also at the same time. All of my mental effort was this youtube channel and in eight months of starting it. By the time i graduated i had one hundred thousand subscribers and.
"marshall" Discussed on Hurdle
"I passionate about going passionate about. And if you don't like that then i'm so sorry but it took a while for them to kind of learn and accept and it only took them. I would say about a year to really integrate my partner with the family and for everything to be okay. A lot of kids. Don't have that kids get kicked out will never speak to their family again. Like my family loved me enough to learn but it was not something. I think anyone was prepared to have to even start making about some really grateful that i still have the relationship with my family that i do but it'll always be that. It's something that i had to help. Other people go through it. It's really it'd be really nice to grow up and just loved and accepted from the beginning. And that's what i think really exciting for gen z and like the new generations that are going to have just a lot more understanding and acceptance because of the generations. Who didn't have that. Yeah can you even imagine what you would have done if she hadn't found your phone. No i mean i really. I don't know if i ever would have had the courage to have that conversation. Mike i hate confrontation. I loathe it. I would rather you can just put me in a barrel. Enroll me down the hill. And i'll just would never have to talk to you about it again like i. I think that's really difficult for a lot of people in so i never. That's why i hate when people are forced out of the closet or people get upset at other others for not coming out or or making this statement but it really is such a personal in terrifying journey and so. I'm grateful that i was forced out. And i was actually seven my friends too. I had friends when i was like fifteen. They sat me down and they said it was like a group of four of them. One being the guy that i ended up dating as my first boyfriend and they were like kayla. We love you. You are a homosexual. we know it. You know you are gay. And i was like oh my god stop. No i am not and then i just had him on. I could kind of start inching my way out in. I'm so grateful they did that. Because it allowed me to live my truth but again. Everyone's journey is unique so for someone else that would might be terrifying and awful for them to be forced out or found out so it is also individual but in my experience. I'm glad that i had my friends there. I who kind of knew about my sexuality for i would say almost a year before my family did and it really gave me that feeling of having my chosen family. Even if my family didn't accept it my friends love me so much and so that made it so much easier. And that's why. I'm a big proponent of chosen family and family doesn't have to be blood it's the people who love you..
"marshall" Discussed on Hurdle
"Today make sure you're following along with hurdle over on social media. It's at hurdle podcast. I'm over at emily a body. And if you have a second rate and review the show wherever you got your podcasts with that alaska hurling. Today i am sitting down with. Caleb marshall better known is three point two five million youtube subscribers and growing and many more as the fitness marschall. Hi hello explain to us. First and foremost. What is the fitness martial. Oh gosh What's the best way to explain it. The fitness martial. I like to say is like britney spears mixed with richard simmons in one giant celebratory musical fitness baby so we are here having a good time celebrating dance moving our.
"marshall" Discussed on Hurdle
"The whenever i saw a door closed. I was just like okay. Where's the next door like. How can i open that. And i think that as i have gone on in this career that's become even more evident because i cannot tell you the amount of doors that are continuing to be shut in my face but the minute that happens i give myself a day. I'm sad and i get up and there's another door right there and that's always going to be true but the minute you just let yourself sit in the sadness of rejection. You're never gonna find the next door and it's not gonna pop up before you decide to stand up and look for it cambrian. Emily a body here. You are listening to episode one sixty one of hurdle a wellness focus podcast where i sit down with inspiring individuals to talk about big wins. Tough moments and everything. In between on the show respect vulnerability motivation and candid discussions with everyone from top athletes and ceos to aspiring entrepreneurs and what it really takes to follow your passions. My mission is simple to inspire you to be your best self move with intention and have some fun along the way today. I am chatting with. Caleb marshall better known to his three point two two million youtube followers and many more as the fitness martial in today's episode we talk.
"marshall" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Back. Our two couple of minutes in and marshal. Graham is going to join us and marshall of course as is mostly visiting when you know when we talk dollars and cents about The game very frequently. He's a tremendous resource and of course his his role as an economics. Professor at rhodes college We've also talked plenty of horse. Play with them and we've talked about The he and klay sanders and the the ten strike team But this is a unique pleasure to have. Marshall visit to congratulate him on winning the twenty twenty readers cup betting challenge marshall well-done. Thanks for having me on steve. It's i mean it's a thrill of this You know one of the. I mean one of the major handicapping tournaments and You know to get it done on saturday. The it's a huge honor and a thrill and a lot of money in in the Again very exciting very exciting weekend. A how many times have you have you played in the busy. This is my fourth time. I finished fifth in two thousand. Eighteen kind of came from the clouds. Hit a nice exact To jump up to fifth but But yeah i mean. This is an unusual year. I mean obviously for everybody It's been an unusual year. I was hoping to get to go to keeneland and Would have been fun to be up there to celebrate certainly with the jonathan nye. Being the winning cornell we have There would have been a while the certainly wild party out lexington.
"marshall" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Strategic level thinking about what kind of culture do we really WanNa handles in this transformative moment do we want to continue using twentieth century? You know concepts and approaches, and how do we WANNA use control and fears is the way in which would motivator folks order. We see the handwriting on the wall that we've got these millennials that are sixty five percent of the workforce now, and we better turn things around. So that s documented by the way other companies. And create a culture procreate a culture perhaps within that will. Feed their souls basically. So I think there's some strategic work that needs to be done. On that front wants that commitment is made and once they begin to explore what that would look like and they begin to you know shape it shaved their culture. So that is engaging and clearly principle based rather than power based. Then I think the next thing for them to do is to take a look at the how that plays itself out in terms of the relationships that are being created in their teams in Hannity based organization because most companies are working now didn't used to be that way it is. Now what kind of a process do we want to put in place? So we have collaborative teams. So the claver teams and Clara meetings thing we just talked about would be. A next step that I would be thinking about I be thinking about the how are we gonna? You know redesign our business model have that as a community, a corporate wide project because there are many many dimensions to that. That people can really throw themselves into. And put a put a time on it. You know within six months the solution to that. And then I think individual leaders can use this time to rally local at themselves and explore their own styles ought to be. More. Reflective to do do their do their inner work as it were and you know in your line of work around burnout stress. Stress City right now. And I think one of the things, one of the benefits payoffs with collaboration, which I WANNA finish on. Edge but one of them is that there's in a reduction in the stress level at when people know that they're safe and that they their leaders credible that there's integrity ethics above reproach. So. I think in a collaborative organization Michael. Among the things that on the so that you can get out of it in addition to a highly energize workforce I call productive energy is. You've got you know high trust you ownership you've got psychological safety. You have people who are excited about being there. I called the thank God it's money. And idea that you know I. I. I I can't wait to get to work. I've found in my work I've demonstrated in an example after example speed, you actually speed things up. When you are working in a collaborative manner. seventy percent of organizational changes fail today. Collaborative Organization changes you have an eighty percent success rate and I've been able to demonstrate that. So you can flip it at just simply by getting the principle of ownership into the change process. So the people the workforce has a seat at the table in terms of how decisions are how it's implemented. So those are just some of the off the top of the head kind of benefits that I seen come from this work. But I would I would encourage. People to take this this moment in time, it won't come very often but this, this is first century moment to really reflect ends see how they want to transform the organizations. Couldn't put any better. So your book on. And Barnes and noble but you know, let people know where people can find you and learn more about this incredible work that you're doing. While it's The book is leaderships four evolution collaboration for the twenty first century. they can find me at I'm Edward Dot Marshall Dot Edu. I know. You'll put this probably in some of the program notes of my website is Marshall Group Dot Com. And I have a twitter handle and on the Hash tag and and you can find me online dance. So you know come one come all. Gone I'll definitely have all that information the shown out. So Edward loved her conversation day. Thank you so much for the work that you do. I think it makes the world better when there are leaders like yourself demonstrating that they're gonNA, be a better way to do things. It's more collaborative and batter for humanity and all the products and services that we have in our society. So thank you again for being on the show and thank you. Michael. For the work you do and for making this possible really Thank you. Thanks for listening to the. Leadership. Part of the breakfast leadership network visit breakfast leadership dot com for tips on empowering Your Business and your life..
"marshall" Discussed on The Power Trip
"Of the things. I respect the least find you guys fund in great a lot of that will break down the the NHL comeback. We'll also talk Mike Tyson fighting and might single terry. Resigning Alba Fan Corey. Yes sir. So I'm Idea Big Fan. I ended the call. Smith was hard not to be a game changer. For me proud of you and the years something like nine nine hundred ninety two SRI for here close nineteen ninety-three very close and I was reading through her. You know her life. Saturday was remember. She married that old dude right. J Howard Marshall also known as Papa by the way that I call them you still comb. Yeah Smith Smith also known as a Vicki Lyn Hogan dropped out of high school teacher. Fourteen thousand nine hundred married in nineteen eighty divorce in nineteen ninety-three ninety-four her highly publicized. Second Marriage to eighty nine year old billionaire. J Howard Marshall Papa resulted in. Wait a minute. Let's do the Math Jamie's twenty four. Ish is that what you said so in nine hundred sixty seven yeah or whatever give or take which was still so you're talking eighty nine and twenty six ish. I'm telling you this right now. If I'm a billionaire in.
"marshall" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"You can use to me sane in so you get a kick out of this? I get stuck behind old ladies driving down the road like constantly so like every day. I'm stuck behind one in. I what I do is I voice over in my head. What they're saying we like the husband and wife or saying to each other in the car. That's what gets me through instead of ramming them off the road and getting arrested for attempted manslaughter. Aggravated battery or something. Whatever charges as I do the voice over my head. Hey it gets me through. Hey little things that get us through. I'm finding more and more with these interviews. You know being able to tell my story hill. I may not need a therapist much longer. Because I'm able to talk to y'All and get your perspective and get you know whoever the host in so far as like these Aha moments. That really helped me to get over and get through so right now. Just WanNa thank. Y'All 'cause I don't understand yellow like therapy you and I'll tell you it's funny that you say that because slowly and I have both admitted and here that this is a therapy for us. It's an outlet. We're both not very open. People IN AL speak for myself. Before I started podcasting. Two AGO nobody knew inside of Kevin. Nobody knew much about Kevin at all. And since doing this it puts you in a very vulnerable place right. I mean you know you open yourself up with multiple books so we open ourselves up with this avenue and a lot of people know a lot more about Kevin than I ever imagined I would let them know about me but on the other hand it's freeing it's like you know what it's out there now and I'm okay with it I've learned to accept my flaws and if you're not okay with that that's on you Absolutely the truth will set you free and it's funny because you know that whole cliche about truth hurts. No it doesn't Truth Hills now. What hurt them. Lives that you've been told for so long and then all of a sudden you get the truth and it's I owed you brought. My heart knows the lives that he or she told you. Are you telling yourself because it really is free and I say that all the time I would not trade my platform for anything because it is helping me to be a better person and then it's also revealing to others that you know it's okay to half laws and it's okay to have insecurities in doubt but my thing is? I don't WanNa be a part of the problem. I want to be a solution. So what do I need to do to take these stumbling blocks in my life and turn them into stepping stones? And that's another point. So I teach people three things one turning the stumbling blocks into stepping stones. I teach them how to convert down in life to wins I. Sports analogy there. So how to convert down life to wins and then also just about being your best self whatever that needs a light living vicariously through yourself. That's amazing Angela. Where can people go in? Find your book or find a website to connect with you so I am on every social media platform known to man view Google. Angela Marshall a probably need to put in Augusta Georgia. Maybe not been circulating for quite some time so I think my link is up there pretty high but if they Google Angela Marshall or on social media from facebook twitter linked in its store in life of an ex. Nfl Wife. Also my website. As I mentioned a little earlier. Www dot in other words by stone Dot Com and it has my Baio ways that you can request me to speak. Don't have those fees on but give me a call out work it out for you. Have all these links and the show.
"marshall" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers
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