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"michael strength" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

07:47 min | 5 months ago

"michael strength" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Decided to keep a careful eye in her home in december. One of those neighbors called police to tell them that john bunting and robert wagner were removing furniture from susan's house with no sign of her at all when police arrived bunting flash the front door key and explained that they were simply helping. Suzanne moved to a new place convinced. The officers went on their way. Of course bunting story was a complete fabricating. Suzanne was already dead though. Exactly how that happened is less certain. Bunting later claimed that suzanne died of natural causes that he found her body alone in her house when he broke in one day. Given what we know about bunting it's difficult to believe that explanation what came next however with wagner by his side. Bunting moved suzanne's body to her bathtub and dismembered her at one stage wagner held suzanne's head out to bunting and tried to make him kiss it to them death a game when their work was done the two men bundled the pieces into garbage bags and toss them into the still open hole in buntings backyard. Then with the pit considerably fuller. They covered the dirt with cement in time. A rainwater tank was placed on the cement the perfect cover but even at ponting and wagner word done with suzanne. Her story wasn't over yet. On december tenth nineteen ninety-six suzanne's brother reported her missing. An investigation was opened. Then in february police noticed that suzanne was making regular withdrawals from her bank account doing their due diligence. Detectives reached out to suzanne's last known boyfriend john bunting by this time bunting had redirected suzanne's mailed to his address making it look like she lived with him so his claims that he'd seen her recently weren't hard to believe authorities also took his word when he said that suzanne wanted nothing to do with her family anymore. With little to go on the case fizzled out and police. Lost touch with suzanne's brother so there was no one to follow things up once again. John bunting and robert wagner had gotten away with it. That wasn't the only thing wagner had to celebrate by this time wagner was engaged. He left his childhood abuser berry lane and declared he wasn't gay after all in fact he'd grown more like bunting than ever enthusiastically espousing violent hateful rhetoric about gay people people of color and peta files with such a winning personality. It's hardly surprising. That wagner attracted a woman willing to marry him his fiancee. Who will call. Nancy was a mother of three. She also just happened to be friends with a young man named michael gardner. And to wagner's chagrin michael was openly k. But if the nineteen year old sensed any hostility from actor. He didn't let it affect his friendship with nancy. He often came to visit and was always happy to babysit her kids when she needed a hand. One day wagner walked into a room where michael was playing with nancy's children and saw him reach out and put a hand over the eldest boys mouth this apparently triggered traumatic memories for wagner. You see like and like jamie. He'd reportedly been abused by a family friend as a young boy and his abuser had placed his hand over wagner's mouth to stifle his cries so now seeing a man do that to another child made him see red. He decided to retaliate against michael. At the time. Michael was house sitting for his friend nicole so bunting and wagner knew that he be alone perfect for an ambush. It was the middle of september nineteen ninety-seven when they abducted. Michael brought him to a home in the town of murray bridge about sixty miles away there. They subjected him to brutal sustained. Beatings and torture. When they tired of this they took the teenager into the garage and slipped a makeshift noose around his neck. Then they rigged it so tightly to an exposed beam. Michael had to remain standing to stay alive with the rope around his neck. They held a phone to michael's ear then made him call a friend on their orders. Michael told this friend he was going to move up north for awhile. The the ask for more details. The line went dead then. Their tracks sufficiently covered bunting and wagner stood there and watched their exhausted abused victim sway on his feet unable to stay up forever. Eventually michael strength faded and their twisted game was over after that bunting and wagner returned into kohl's house to go through michael's things they ransacked the place taking much of michael stuff with them as well as some of nicole's then they left her a note from michael apologizing for a stealing her belongings days later when nicole returned to her trashed house. She found michael's wallet under his bed and was somewhat suspicious about his disappearance. She searched for her friend but ran into brick walls wagner had lies ready to feed her and the trail wasn't so much cold as nonexistent as for michael's body we know that at some stage bunting purchased a forty four gallon drum with a very specific purpose in mind michael was bundled into the barrel and the lead sealed shut for now even with a grown man's body inside it there was still room in the barrel and bunting was eager to fill it up in just two months after they killed michael bunting and wagner struck again and like before they chose someone they knew sometime during nineteen ninety six or nineteen ninety-seven very lane had followed in wagner's footsteps at announce to the world that he was no longer gay and also like his former victim turned partner. He proposed to a woman who will call shelby but whether it was wishful thinking or perhaps even plot to protect himself from buntings. Ir lanes attempt at hetero. Normativity was fleeting. Shelby was a mother of three and when authorities intervened to ensure lane a convicted pedophile. Didn't go near her children. It was the beginning of the end by that stage. Forty two year old lane all but gave up the charade and invited another teenage boy to live with him. Eighteen year old thomas trillion was according to his relatives a troubled young man with a somewhat tenuous grip on reality. He had intense fantasies about serving in the armed forces and dressed constantly in army. Fatigues shelby wasn't impressed with her fiancee's new living arrangement and broke off the engagement. After just a few months still she and lane remained friendly and she was the last person to speak to him before he died on october. Seventeenth nineteen ninety-seven bunting and wagner ambush lane at his home. The exact details of who did want are fuzzy. But it seems that thomas was there at the time and was either involved in planning the attack or was roped into participating by the older man decision to target berry. Lameness perhaps an obvious one from both men to bunting lane likely represented every pedophile. He so obviously reviled. Having allegedly been abused himself as a young boy the hatred makes sense for wagner however the feelings were undoubtedly more complex. Lean was his former abuser and then for years has lover it seems likely that for him perhaps even more than bunting the attack on.

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"michael strength" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"michael strength" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Before Congress on the use of force against protesters. Congress struggles to find common ground as the current round of covert relief is set to expire. Covert 19 raises questions about the cost of living on campus amid lawsuits over full tuition for remote learning much more. This's the PBS NewsHour from studios in Washington and in the West from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. Delayed for four months because of the pandemic. Attorney General William Barr faced questions from the House Judiciary Committee in a combative hearing that lasted more than four hours. In bars, first testimony and more than a year Democrats questioned him about protest in Portland about Roger Stone's commuted prison sentence, the Russia investigation and much more Capitol Hill correspondent Lisa Desjardin has our report. Please rise. I will begin by swearing you in at the capital, a socially distanced confrontation over justice itself, with Democrats sharply charging that Attorney General William Barr is a puppet for President Trump. In your time in the department. You have aided and abetted the worst failings of the president and with bar insisting any decisions were his alone, not Mr Trump's. He has told me from the start. He expects me to exercise my independent judgment. To make whatever call, I think is right, and that is precisely what I've done. The hearing covered well known flash points, among them the case of President Trump's friend and advisor Roger Stone, convicted of obstruction and lying to Congress. Bar overruled. Prosecutors in the case to recommend a lower sentence than they had bar told Democrats. It was the only time he's done that in this administration, but that it was because the original recommendation was way out of line with norms. I'm not asking you that the judge agree. I'm not asking whether I know you're not. I've not asked and the issue here is The issue here is whether Roger Stone was treated differently because he was friends with the president. Democrats sometimes spoke over the attorney general, and often, Republicans, like Mike Johnson of Louisiana gave him their time to answer and defend himself. I'm supposedly punishing the president's enemies in helping his friends. What enemies have I indicted? Who? Who could you point to one indictment that has been under the department that you feel is unmerited. Take that you feel violates the rule of law theme herring was not just about trump and politics but also about the past few months of protest violence and police confrontations. Including the Trump administration's response recently in Portland, Oregon on more directly for bar who was nearby. The use of force to clear out protesters near the White House on June 1st. The protesters aren't mob their mothers and veterans, mayors. In this moment, really, leadership would entail deescalation collaboration and looking for ways to peaceably resolve our differences. Instead used pepper spray and truncheons on American citizens Bar defended the response as necessary, pointing out police and property have been harmed and a federal building has repeatedly been targeted in Portland. We're on the defense. It's we're not out looking for trouble. And if the state on the city would provide the law enforcement services, another jurisdiction. Still, we would have no need to have additional marshals in the courthouse. Above it all. A broader question about policing does the Trump Justice Department seek to end systemic racism. And racism in law enforcement. I just need a yes or no answer. They don't agree that they're systemic Racism and police department specifically generally in this country. But in a separate hearing today, a DC National Guard members spoke out against the federal police response to protests. Major Adam DeMarco told the House Natural Resources Committee what he saw when authorities moved against the demonstration near the White House on June 1st for my observation, those demonstrators are fellow American citizens were engaged in the peaceful expression of their First Amendment rights. Yet they were subjected to an unprovoked escalation and excessive use of force that hearing other witness, acting Park Police chief Gregory Monahan testified that protesters had been combative for days and the decision to move on them was made by his officers, not by the White House because they anticipated more violence. For the PBS NewsHour. I'm Lisa Desjardin. The battle over the emergency unemployment benefits that millions of Americans had been receiving is a big dividing point in the debate over a Koven relief package. Democrats say the extra $600 should be extended until at least the end of the year. The president, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and many Republicans have said the benefits should be lower to $200 through part of the fall, and it would Then they say the tapered to 70% of what a worker's salary wass Before he or she lost their job. We're going to look at these ideas and the possible impact with Austin Goolsbee. He's the former head of the Council of Economic Advisers under President Obama. He's now at the University of Chicago and Michael Strain. He's an economist with the American Enterprise Institute. He's testified before Congress and he advises. Republicans. Welcome both of you to the NewsHour. Austin Goolsbee. If you're there, I haven't seen you. But I think you're with us. The Republicans are arguing most of them many of them that this $600 additional is something the government I'm under I'm told we don't have Austin goes. Let me turn to you, Michael straying. What is the argument for going from from 600 additional 2 200 a month. As you know, so many of these workers have lost their jobs. They haven't had the option to go backto work. That's a significant cut, isn't it? Yeah, it is difficult cut, And that's an issue that Congress should address in a way other than by continuing the $600 federal supplement to state provided unemployment benefits. The argument against continuing them or are the argument for the cut is that as the economy continues to recover And ask. The labor market continues to strengthen paying people that much money in unemployment benefits that air that air conditioned on being unemployed will keep people out of the workforce and we'll keep the unemployment rate higher than it otherwise would be. It will serve as a disincentive to leave the unemployment rules and to get a job And the reason for that is because At $600 a week in the federal supplement. Average you I benefits are around $950 a week, and that's Mohr weekly income. Then most people who are receiving on unemployment benefits would make if they if they would have got a job, so the incentive is to stay unemployed. Well, I think we now have Austin Goolsbee. Welcome to the news. Our Austin I don't know goes even if you were able to hear Michael strength, but his point is that a lot of people just don't have an incentive to go backto work as they're being paid. More than they were even earning in the first place. Yeah. You hear that? A lot from the Republicans. The only things I'd say about that our number one. It's not exactly how the unemployment it's system works. If you look at unemployment insurance, you're you can't quit your job and.

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"michael strength" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"michael strength" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Unbelievable recovery Louisville football has made over the last couple of years. Partially because of this man's got Satterfield, head coach Joining us right now, here in the LeBatard show Scott as we look forward, and we see all these positive test that air flowing up. What's your current feel that when September the fifth or rolls around this first week in September, we're playing ball. I have no idea. The honest I think that we want to play and we're you know, we're doing everything we can to make that happen, doing our part, But really, I have no idea what's gonna happen. Scott. How have your athletes been feeling about this whole process? Little was done a really nice job. They haven't had to shut down voluntary workouts in terms of your program. But we did just see that the men's basketball program is shutting down because of a couple positive covert cases. Have you guys managed and navigated through this uncertain time? Well, you know, First of all our are I have a really good job, but you know, I'm going back to months ago when we're trying to plan out what we were going to, you know, return the working out and that summer's our trainer and coach, Michael Strength coach made these guys have done a great job with their plans. We've done it in phases of trying to bring our guys back into our guy's credit. They've done a really good job as well. So we've tested, you know, terrible times what our guys and you know, everything's been looking good for us, so you know It's just I don't think anybody knows much about this virus on DH. How you know we've learning every day about it. So you know, our guys did a good job with it. But we're trying to do everything we can to keep our guys safe and all the precautionary thing that we can do. And so you know, we're just taking it one day at a sound as well. What day do you feel like You guys are gonna have to make a decision, whether it be the A, C C or whether it be Louisville whether or not to start on time. Well, you know, I think right now, things changed daily. You know, I think we're hearing about, you know, obviously here, maybe making a decision to push things back, potentially other leagues. You know, and really for us again. We're taking it day by day. We're trying to do the things we can do it in orderto make this hasn't happened if things change if they want to push back, and obviously we'll have to just with that. You know, then double I came out with a six week returned to play model that for us starts the week of July 20th. So that here in a couple of weeks, you know so No, We'll just kind of see how it goes. I think for us, we've got majority Martine's here that they're training now and know so we'll get ourselves ready to go if, in fact this season does go on as planned. You know, So there's just the Davide by day thing. Sorry for interrupting. You mentioned that six week time period of starting to practice with the entire group. We've heard from different coaches that they're, you know, thinking of all different angles of trying to make things different, like not allowing quarterbacks to room together on the road of the season plays. Cross training corners and safeties at wide receiver and vice verse is not letting ones go against the twos. Because what if you have your starting tackle? You know, In fact, the guy across from him what kind of different ideas are you and your staff talking about him when you actually are allowed to have full practices with your guys? Well, we've kind of run a bunch of different scenarios of how we think we can do it The safest way. And I think you know all those things you just mentioned. We've talked about all those things you know, we even talked about. No, don't split squad practices or, you know, maybe once in three twos and fours and splitting the practices up, so basically trying to eliminate, you know the contact that there would be around Each other in case somebody does come down with it. You know, you're not, you know, missing out on the other guys as well that with the contact tracing, so I think that's basically what it comes down to. And then you mentioned, you know, trying to have got maybe learn from other positions. I think that's going to be critical as well. Many things that we've done in the spring time just in years past where, you know, a guy may play a little bit of TV may be a little bit receiver and you kind of you know where he plays the best. I mean, that maybe some things that you look at this ball thing. Critical positions in football. Really, Obviously, quarterback. I think one and then I think better up front office Salon Woz. If you can't if you don't have a guy that could snap the ball, then it's gonna be a long day, So you better have some other guy's They snap the ball. So I think those two positions are too critical positions in orderto train some other people in that in those spots. Fascinating. We're talking to Scott Satterfield, head coach over Louisville about saying, Hey, listen, preparing guys for different things. So, with that being said it all comes down to recruiting so very important question and debate we've had here the lebatard show. Would you ever recruit a kid? If you found out when he goes shopping? He does not return his shopping cart a tree in the park. Well, that may be a fine that it doesn't do things like it needs to be done. So you'd like to have guys that do return the car, I think I mean, maybe that question that we need to have people. Yes, I think it is. Do you return your shopping cart? When you leave the Kroger here in Louisville and put it in? I do absolutely returned the car, You know, sometimes not all the way back to the store. Sometimes in the in the area that in the parking lot where, you know, they stack them up, But I do return it. Okay, that that is. Have you ever grab an additional card? On top of your own card as well. Uh, thanks So we're just We're just stays in his lane these days and I Scott one last question for you. We're seeing some campuses say that they're not going to have their students. The student body come back to campus in the fall that they're going to stick to online courses. If that were to be to happen at Louisville or any a C. C school. Do you still think that it's right to have student athletes on campus to continue to play there, sport? Well, that's a great question. I think you know if if we could do it in a safe manner, where you know and do things the right way, then I think, yes. No If if it is we're putting our guys in harm's way, and we don't see that it's going to be safe enough to do it that way than know, I think so. I just really think it comes down to the safety and you know what we're doing with our student athletes in our staff. I will tell you this. You've hit the ground running there. And Louisville. They're in a better place. Not only because you drop off those shopping carts, but because of your leadership on the field. You stop beating SEC teams in bowl games, Scott, we gotta roll up against the breaks out. Satterfield, head coats over Louisville. Thank you for joining us.

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"michael strength" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"michael strength" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"That's kind of my dad and my sort of constant back and forth but it's fun. You know we're. We're very close and so You know it was a cool project. Work on, yes. I watched Michael Jordan's. Documentary episode seven is Sunday and I got to watch the couple of days ago, got lucky in a quick glimpse at it and when his father died. Michael showed incredible resilience emotionally, and he said you know my dad was always about his messaging was always about you know. When the day there's a positive in in down times and Michael Despite this incredibly close relationship with his dad, you know. He was in the middle of his life, and was very resilient, and and really took had to go to church a few days later and address people. Family members I was struck by Michael Strength and similarly in a crisis. He found a silver lining. And the greatness and the depth he had with his dad, and appreciated the relationship, as he mourned it and I. It's it's funny as I as I hear you talk. And I and I think about Mike Documentary. I've tried to tell my kids. I would never I'm on a treadmill doing a three hour show. I would never get this time with you. My daughter's probably GONNA do. Her studies now from home for a year and I'm like. I feel so lucky. That I'm in this situation. How have you personally beyond your father? How of you personally dealt with this? As somebody WHO's ambitious likes to work is in the middle of a new project. Has It ever been tougher you? Yeah I mean well I saw you know been tough for me, but not nearly as tough for me as obviously it has been for millions of people around the country and around the planet Yes, I am. Not Been Home like this for I. Don't know my wife jokes like since we've been married I don't think I've been home this long but you know because I have a twelve year old son I'm you know having dinner with him every night? You have a ritual now. We're watching lots. You know started from the beginning. We're watching it together and yeah I'm having you know. These are things that I just I. I never really be much attention to in some ways. I'm really enjoying it. We go for runs in the morning to really like bonding with my son I would say that the most you know that's been the best part of this kind of like. You were thing with your daughter I think also you know something, I'm I love sports, and you know everything about my life and professionally is about sports, but it's really. I think something I've thought a lot about the last few weeks. Tapping the wisdom of sports like you know. I've gotten the privilege of working with all these great athletes. Like what can we take from their successes, and and all these things that you hear about all these expressions that we all control what you can control. You know. Leave it out on the field other kind of. How did those apply? I'm never going to be an elite athlete, but like how? How do they buy off the field off the court? Nothing wants right love to like. You just had Michael Jordan. I thought a lot about toby. Obviously because of the passing, even like, how would he react to this situation? We're in and I remember story from couple years ago. When I was working with him on views, we were watching a Brooklyn Nets, game and I'm going to name. Name the player, but there was a player who went over nine in the first half of the game, and then in the second half he didn't take a single shot was overnight at the end of the game, and they said something to Kobe like man. That's kind of crazy that he didn't you know. Take a until V. said you know what man I would be over forty nine before I just stopped shooting the ball and he's like you know why because. Like. Maybe it's forty seven shot. That's going. Go maybe forty eight. Maybe it's forty nine. Stop shooting would never lose hope like the next one is the one and I kind of think about that a lot in terms of the current funding I think we all kind of are having difficulty waking up and going through the same routine, and and when is this thing? And when can I get back out there? But like me sort of Mamba? Mentality is I would wake up every morning. thinking. You know what this could be the day. This will be the day worth GONNA. Turn around, and if it's not today beat. It could be a week from now and I. Think just like that sort of mentality. Like how do we mind the wisdom of sports and apply it? Light is something I think about a lot these days, and the does it helped me sort of figure out like okay. I'm going to be resilient. Guys talk about like. Failure and resilience to teach you the most about yourself. Michael Jordan always used to talk about that like everyone talked about the game. When there's nobody talks about you know the dozens and dozens, if not hundreds of shots that I've taken that I. You know in critical situations that I miss but I remember all of those, and so I think that's something I. Definitely you know I think I've tried to utilize. Yeah I was told years ago by a very successful person. It's you have to be optimistic to get rich. You can't be cynical. You can't be snarky. And he said because there's so many roadblocks you'll talk yourself out of the future, and I think Michael. Jordan and Kobe and Tom Brady at their epicenter are optimistic people you have to be and as I watch on social media. Some people unravel emotionally with this virus i. I I wake up every day and I. Feel like I'm an optimistic person and I think it gets me today to and day three and month three and month for a month five and I always do feel like the Kobes and the MJ's in the Brady's. They wake up feeling. They're going to succeed, and that's what gets them through these really rough series. I mean if you look at the Michael Jordan Documentary Gotham. Lord he was tackled for years by the Pistons I mean the physical toll. It took on him in the physical toll. Then of course becomes as your as your dad is, becomes the emotional toll mental toll, so I do think positively in in these dark stages is a thing like I. You know you've dealt with all these stars before. It feels like it's hard to be negative and successful long term is. Is that sound reasonable for sure I mean you know I. Don't think I've ever really. talked anyone about this, but I was with so when we worked with Tom Across. The time season, which culminated in the Super Bowl Against Eagles and and it was in Minnesota freezing cold in Minnesota and I just remember how sad that was, and by the way we got there like just restricted access I think there was I didn't really even interact with them at all and in freezing cold Minneapolis, who's a miserable experience in general especially as a Patriots Fan, but the next year when I was in Atlanta I went, and told me invited me, and we were not film. We've you know we continued to capture content. Does it kind of like Michael Bids sort of like hey. Hey who knows someday in the future may be valuable, and so he active with a very different person. He was like his. This mentality was different, and I was with him. like twenty four hours before the Super Bowl in his hotel room, and we were just talking, and he had this ability to take what had been I remember a tragedy the year before in Spin it into something very positive, and he told me they'd listen. Remember how terrible it was last year against the Eagles, and afterwards how sad! Everyone and that's depressed? He was he sort of taken that experience and sort of. Read sort of retrofitted it into like motivation and he was like. Had We not lost that game. I, AM convinced we would not be here. I would not be here today. Ready to play the rams. You know tomorrow and I'm telling you. I mean calm, very confident optimistic. You said. We're GONNA win. Trust me. It's going to be very different game. We're GONNA win, but we're going to win because of what we enjoy last year and again I just if that was these guys have the ability to sort of always find the edge. Like what is it that you know is going to motivate them? Especially the one where at the you know they've had these long Christie gotta find that thing. That's really personal to them and and. I think that sense of optimism and hope and belief in south. Irrational, frankly at times Is Pretty pretty inspiring. Dot Chopra New.

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"michael strength" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"michael strength" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"That's kind of my dad and my sort of constant back and forth but it's fun. You know we're. We're very close and so You know it was a cool project. Work on, yes. I watched Michael Jordan's. Documentary episode seven is Sunday and I got to watch the couple of days ago, got lucky in a quick glimpse at it and when his father died. Michael showed incredible resilience emotionally, and he said you know my dad was always about his messaging was always about you know. When the day there's a positive in in down times and Michael Despite this incredibly close relationship with his dad, you know. He was in the middle of his life, and was very resilient, and and really took had to go to church a few days later and address people. Family members I was struck by Michael Strength and similarly in a crisis. He found a silver lining. And the greatness and the depth he had with his dad, and appreciated the relationship, as he mourned it and I. It's it's funny as I as I hear you talk. And I and I think about Mike Documentary. I've tried to tell my kids. I would never I'm on a treadmill doing a three hour show. I would never get this time with you. My daughter's probably GONNA do. Her studies now from home for a year and I'm like. I feel so lucky. That I'm in this situation. How have you personally beyond your father? How of you personally dealt with this? As somebody WHO's ambitious likes to work is in the middle of a new project. Has It ever been tougher you? Yeah I mean well I saw you know been tough for me, but not nearly as tough for me as obviously it has been for millions of people around the country and around the planet Yes, I am. Not Been Home like this for I. Don't know my wife jokes like since we've been married I don't think I've been home this long but you know because I have a twelve year old son I'm you know having dinner with him every night? You have a ritual now. We're watching lots. You know started from the beginning. We're watching it together and yeah I'm having you know. These are things that I just I. I never really be much attention to in some ways. I'm really enjoying it. We go for runs in the morning to really like bonding with my son I would say that the most you know that's been the best part of this kind of like. You were thing with your daughter I think also you know something, I'm I love sports, and you know everything about my life and professionally is about sports, but it's really. I think something I've thought a lot about the last few weeks. Tapping the wisdom of sports like you know. I've gotten the privilege of working with all these great athletes. Like what can we take from their successes, and and all these things that you hear about all these expressions that we all control what you can control. You know. Leave it out on the field other kind of. How did those apply? I'm never going to be an elite athlete, but like how? How do they buy off the field off the court? Nothing wants right love to like. You just had Michael Jordan. I thought a lot about toby. Obviously because of the passing, even like, how would he react to this situation? We're in and I remember story from couple years ago. When I was working with him on views, we were watching a Brooklyn Nets, game and I'm going to name. Name the player, but there was a player who went over nine in the first half of the game, and then in the second half he didn't take a single shot was overnight at the end of the game, and they said something to Kobe like man. That's kind of crazy that he didn't you know. Take a until V. said you know what man I would be over forty nine before I just stopped shooting the ball and he's like you know why because. Like. Maybe it's forty seven shot. That's going. Go maybe forty eight. Maybe it's forty nine. Stop shooting would never lose hope like the next one is the one and I kind of think about that a lot in terms of the current funding I think we all kind of are having difficulty waking up and going through the same routine, and and when is this thing? And when can I get back out there? But like me sort of Mamba? Mentality is I would wake up every morning. thinking. You know what this could be the day. This will be the day worth GONNA. Turn around, and if it's not today beat. It could be a week from now and I. Think just like that sort of mentality. Like how do we mind the wisdom of sports and apply it? Light is something I think about a lot these days, and the does it helped me sort of figure out like okay. I'm going to be resilient. Guys talk about like. Failure and resilience to teach you the most about yourself. Michael Jordan always used to talk about that like everyone talked about the game. When there's nobody talks about you know the dozens and dozens, if not hundreds of shots that I've taken that I. You know in critical situations that I miss but I remember all of those, and so I think that's something I. Definitely you know I think I've tried to utilize. Yeah I was told years ago by a very successful person. It's you have to be optimistic to get rich. You can't be cynical. You can't be snarky. And he said because there's so many roadblocks you'll talk yourself out of the future, and I think Michael. Jordan and Kobe and Tom Brady at their epicenter are optimistic people you have to be and as I watch on social media. Some people unravel emotionally with this virus i. I I wake up every day and I. Feel like I'm an optimistic person and I think it gets me today to and day three and month three and month for a month five and I always do feel like the Kobes and the MJ's in the Brady's. They wake up feeling. They're going to succeed, and that's what gets them through these really rough series. I mean if you look at the Michael Jordan Documentary Gotham. Lord he was tackled for years by the Pistons I mean the physical toll. It took on him in the physical toll. Then of course becomes as your as your dad is, becomes the emotional toll mental toll, so I do think positively in in these dark stages is a thing like I. You know you've dealt with all these stars before. It feels like it's hard to be negative and successful long term is. Is that sound reasonable for sure I mean you know I. Don't think I've ever really. talked anyone about this, but I was with so when we worked with Tom Across. The time season, which culminated in the Super Bowl Against Eagles and and it was in Minnesota freezing cold in Minnesota and I just remember how sad that was, and by the way we got there like just restricted access I think there was I didn't really even interact with them at all and in freezing cold Minneapolis, who's a miserable experience in general especially as a Patriots Fan, but the next year when I was in Atlanta I went, and told me invited me, and we were not film. We've you know we continued to capture content. Does it kind of like Michael Bids sort of like hey. Hey who knows someday in the future may be valuable, and so he active with a very different person. He was like his. This mentality was different, and I was with him. like twenty four hours before the Super Bowl in his hotel room, and we were just talking, and he had this ability to take what had been I remember a tragedy the year before in Spin it into something very positive, and he told me they'd listen. Remember how terrible it was last year against the Eagles, and afterwards how sad! Everyone and that's depressed? He was he sort of taken that experience and sort of. Read sort of retrofitted it into like motivation and he was like. Had We not lost that game. I, AM convinced we would not be here. I would not be here today. Ready to play the rams. You know tomorrow and I'm telling you. I mean calm, very confident optimistic. You said. We're GONNA win. Trust me..

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"michael strength" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"michael strength" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Is there somebody you have not worked with yet that you have your eye on a story or a personal? Yeah I think you know there's always like people out there I you know like I find The world of European football and soccer fascinating distant terms of what it means. I think out like this pandemic all feeling like the absence of sports not just because like we're NBA fans but we see like the power of sports. You Know My company which Tom and Michael. Strahan partners in is called religion of sports and the idea that sports is not like religions. What is it like you know everything? We associate wigs ritual. Traditions exist in sports and being a fan as being part of something than yourself and so I think I look at it that way but I'm looking. I looked two years in the future right now. The World Cup and look at like what is that Gonna mean for us as a global community and there are athletes. You know whether it's you know we're now that the world are you know? I'm obsessed with mom it's alive who played for Liverpool but comes from Egypt's like what are these what these mean beyond like their spectacular and their incredible But Yeah I definitely have bad. Shortlist of people And just so so bigger ideas. I loved working on. Shut up in a couple of years ago with the Bronx which is less about Lebron James. It was more about this thing that he was really passionate about that. He felt You know he needed to sort of continue to wave that flag in terms of what athletes can contribute and how they can be a service but I thought that was a fun project by the way Lebron Kobe Bryant you could see similarities but I think their personalities have uniquely shaped their games. I think Kobe's a little bit more of a taker in his Prime Lebron's a little bit more of a giver and I think there's a psychology behind that When you work with Lebron I would guess like Brady. He's collaborative 'cause I watch his game. And that's what his game tells me. Yeah exactly I'm your fans you I've watched through the years like okay. You know when Kevin he literally gets Kevin Love in the rights of this on the floor gets in the ball Ray Allen like through the years and whereas Koby. It's like okay Kobe and I it's the banking but when Kobi's about toby. How do you get Kobe? The ball how do you get covy and oaken faith and all that so again you apply that same sort of logic like all the court when you work with them and Lebron go. I never got you know I'm not as close to. I'm not close to the Brian. But what you realize when you start working with them as a maverick Carter Rich Paul like these are the guys that he trust that. He's build lifelong relationships with to those. Those are the guys like those are the guy do are communicating with every day and figuring out. You Know Randy on his team and the fees are the people who like no like you. Can't you know I'm working with Tom? Or even it's like texting with them and really getting inside their heads. They very sort of. I mean controlling not necessarily the right word. I notice bad on attention. But they're very engaged with the broncos like those guys around him you know you're you're texting with you're sort of because they are. I think air tax dip their inside his head and that comes from the deep on that they you know had some trials. Basically your father is Deepak Chopra and a prominent figure in the New Age Movement. Books Videos Alternative Medicine Really a spokesman long before others Surfaced and he's obviously had an impact on your life and I'm interested you have a new podcast called now for tomorrow with your dad and it's coping with Kovic nineteen and offering some advice and hope It's interesting because he's he knows very well That we have had other pandemics. And we've you know viruses are now becoming a real part of our life but it's really how to governments deal with them how to individuals and companies deal with it. How do we pivot into business while we're dealing with escalating cases and death What what is the strongest bit of advice? And maybe that's too simplistic but how is he dealing with it? And and how does he believe we start to heal on this? Well look he's adapting like everyone else you know. My Dad's life really is traveling around the planet. Talking to people are doing workshops giving speeches. I'm doing that sort of stuff. And so he's had to scale back. He's all over. You know the Internet doing podcast to our podcast is a product of that like suddenly couldn't do what he necessarily did. And yet everybody was taking him out looking for advice especially when it came to know the anxiety. People are feeling all the stress around the uncertainty of the future. Wins this thing and hand. When can we go out there? You know etcetera so I think his advice his first of all like. Hey we have this time We're all in our houses. We're all beings worse in some ways to reflect like what did the thing. How do you WANNA prepare? Look whether it's when we from now one month from now one year from now when we're able to go out there and sort of operated under some sense of normalcy. What can you do to prepare for tomorrow? And some of these things are just simple like you know like people are feeling insomnia. Here's some advice and how to navigate that or there's like the sort of you know one of the things we talked about and I think it's like in the first episode. The podcast is forgiveness. A lot of people hold grudges. They're carrying around these toxic emotions. And so how can they use this time to sort of rid themselves? An exercise and cleanse them. There's sort of the simple like five to seven minute. Instructional things but she's really good at like you know the thing. I sort of constantly fight with my dad. He's very existential like he loves. His his head is in the cloud so I was talking about consciousness and stuff like that and I'm always like yeah. Yeah but like how do we? How does that help be presented like the you know the the great opportunity? We're we're you know we're juggling existential questions about like now like how did we get here? What does this mean? What does the future look like but with very practical issues of like well? I can't sleep at night so help me with that. So That's kind of my dad and my sort of Constant back and forth But it's fun you know. We're we're very close and so You know it was a cool project work on. Yes I watched Michael. Jordan's documentary episode. Seven is Sunday and I got to watch a couple of days ago. Got Lucky in a quick glimpse at it and when his father died Michael showed incredible resilience emotionally. And he said You know my dad was always about his messaging was always about you know when the day. There's a positive in in down times and Michael. Despite this incredibly close relationship with his dad you know he was in the middle of his life and was very resilient and really took had to go to church a few days later and address people. Family members I I was struck by Michael Strength and similarly in a crisis he found a silver lining and the greatness and the depth. He had with his dad and appreciated the relationship as he mourned it. And I it's it's funny as I as I hear you talk and I and I think about Mike Documentary. I've tried to tell my kids. I would never. I'm on a treadmill doing a three hour show. I would never get this time with you. My daughter's probably GonNa do her studies now from home for a year. And I'm like I feel so lucky that I'm in this situation. How have you personally beyond your father? How have you personally dealt with this as somebody? Who's ambitious likes to work is in the middle of a new project? Has It ever been tougher you? Yeah I mean well talk you know. Been tough for me but not nearly as tough for me as obviously it has been for millions of people around the country and around the planet Yes I am not been home like this for. I don't know my wife jokes like since we've been married. I don't think I've been home this long But you know because I have a twelve year old son. I'm you know having dinner with him every night. You have a ritual now. We're watching lots you know started from the beginning. We're watching it together and yeah I'm having you know. These are things that I just. I never really be much attention to in some ways. I'm really enjoying it. We go for runs in the morning. Really like bonding with my son. I would say that the most you know. That's been the best part of this kind of like you. Were thing with your daughter. I think also you know something. I'm I love sports and you know everything about my life and professionally about sports. But it's really I think something I've thought a lot about the last few weeks tapping the wisdom of sports like you know I've gotten the privilege of working with all these great athletes like. What can we take from their successes? And and all these things that you hear about all these expressions that we all control what you can control you know. Leave it out on the field other kind of like. How did those apply? I'm never going to be an elite athlete. But like how? How do they buy off the field off the court? Nothing wants. I'd love to like you just had Michael Jordan. I thought a lot about toby. Obviously because of the passing even like how would he react to this situation? We're in and I remember story from couple years ago when I was working with him on views. We were watching a Brooklyn Nets game. And I'm going to name the player but there was a player who went over nine in the first half of the game and then in the second half he didn't take a single shot was overnight at the end of the game and they said something to Kobe like man. That's kind of crazy that he didn't you know take until V said you know what man I would be over forty nine before I stopped shooting the ball. And he's like you know why because like maybe it's forty seven shot that's going to go. Maybe forty eight. Maybe it's forty nine. I would never stop. Shooting would never lose. Hope like the next one is the one and I kind of think about that. A lot in terms of the current funding. I think we all kind of are having difficulty waking up and going through the same routine and and when is this thing and when can I get back out there but like me Sort of Mamba mentality is? I would wake up every morning thinking you know what this could be the day this will be the day we're GONNA turn around and if it's not today tomorrow it could be a week from now and I think just like that sort of mentality like how do we mind the wisdom of sports and apply it. Light is something I think about a lot these days and it does. It helped me sort of figure out like okay..

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"michael strength" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"michael strength" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"When we from now one month from now one year from now when we're. Out there sort of operate under some sense of normalcy. What can you do to prepare for tomorrow? And some of these things are just simple like you know like people are feeling insomnia. Here's some advice and how to navigate that or there's like the sort of you know one of the things we talked about, and I think it's like in the first episode. The podcast is forgiveness. A lot of people hold grudges. They're carrying around these toxic emotions, and so how can they use this time to sort of rid themselves an exercise and cleanse them? There's sort of the simple like five to seven minute instructional things, but she's really good at like. You know the thing. I sort of constantly fight with my dad. He's very existential like he loves his. His head is in the cloud, so I was talking about consciousness and stuff like that and I'm always like yeah, yeah, but like how do we? How does that help be? Presented like the you know the the great opportunity we're we're you know we're juggling existential questions about like now? Like how did we get here? What does this mean? What does the future look like? But with very practical issues of like well I can't sleep at night, so help me with that so. That's kind of my dad and my sort of constant back and forth but it's fun. You know we're. We're very close and so You know it was a cool project. Work on, yes. I watched Michael Jordan's. Documentary episode seven is Sunday and I got to watch the couple of days ago, got lucky in a quick glimpse at it and when his father died. Michael showed incredible resilience emotionally, and he said you know my dad was always about his messaging was always about you know. When the day there's a positive in in down times and Michael Despite this incredibly close relationship with his dad, you know. He was in the middle of his life, and was very resilient, and and really took had to go to church a few days later and address people. Family members I was struck by Michael Strength and similarly in a crisis. He found a silver lining. And the greatness and the depth he had with his dad, and appreciated the relationship, as he mourned it and I. It's it's funny as I as I hear you talk. And I and I think about Mike Documentary. I've tried to tell my kids. I would never I'm on a treadmill doing a three hour show. I would never get this time with you. My daughter's probably GONNA do. Her studies now from home for a year and I'm like. I feel so lucky. That I'm in this situation. How have you personally beyond your father? How of you personally dealt with this? As somebody WHO's ambitious likes to work is in the middle of a new project. Has It ever been tougher you?.

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"michael strength" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"michael strength" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"Exists here. Christopher Morley that's a great way to take a A fear about craft beer and make it very positive. That's Michael Strength Right. There sodas or anything that scares you about craft beer now. Yeah I guess I just say it. Slightly differently is just. The overall fragmentation of the alcohol category means that there is such a paradox acts of choice for people out there and so for us. How do we ensure that people know that we are a great legacy beer? They can count on us for quality the the heritage and I think that's from my job chief marketing officer. That's a bigger marketing challenge to make sure that people out there are no in very fragmented. I'll but they can count on us. And so how do we make sure that we get that message across. I think you guys are poised right now to do some really big things in the city into to remind people why little kings is always there in the back of their head and they always remember it when you see it it makes you smile all those those little green bottles just always make you smile when there's something about them and I think I think it's you guys are right on that that point right right now to really remind people of why that is again. It's an exciting time to be a beer drinker especially here in Cincinnati. We're we're doing some amazing things. I tell people how to learn more about Christian more line social media. What's the best place for people to go to to learn more when we have a social media presence on facebook instagram twitter in You just go to. WWW Christian more line dot com. And it'll tell you to go to all of our Different burnt facebook pages little kings has A very interesting page We we don't post too a lot but we're going to in the future and and that sort of thing but It's really interesting to see people all over the nation wanting liberal kings everywhere. And that's I. I would like to see that take on its own personality kind of Alex Stone in the way they do different personalities different brands. I'd like to see that a lot exactly and you'll definitely be seeing that you can just visit us like I said Khorshid more line DOT COM and it'll send you off to our social media channels and come down to the taproom if you want to try the stuff get down here because we've got a bunch of handles. All the bears are here. Come down to the taproom on Moore Street in Oh tr just north liberty. Try the beer. That is the best way to end. We so little kings and buckets out here too. I think you have to make a night of it and you have to go to both locations and so you have to. You got to spend time here at the taproom. Just kind of pounded some beers gotta go to the Logger House and eat dinner at that. Place still is one of the best restaurants a strong sense. Cincinnati best view. Cincinnati have dinner but man the food is incredible and the beer is great and you you can feel some of that. History reince moved the heritage and see it around on the walls and the artwork. That's there in the old the old bottles and cans that are place. It's just it's such a cool. Don't forget the airport location that actually. I've never actually. They're actually arched ceilings within our taproom at the airport. Mimicking this rumor here. Though I one of these days I'll get to fly somewhere and I'll check out we're we're in terminal orbital A have within the airport right across from Sam Adams and everything which is interesting and You know it's always Like worthy the allegiant Frontier southwest. What are your feelings about Sam Adams especially now that they have a taffer here in town? Is that too big topic. Today's ninety right now. No I mean I've been friends with Jim. Cook for twenty five or thirty years. He put me in stained glass within his house. He he's a he's a great guy His son a lot for craft beer and and I think that the you know they. They've got something what truly that does connected with consumers and big way but I don't believer minute that You know Anybody has Sam Adams Front forgotten about the beer category or anything and I think there I think their first of the envelope on other new products that we have a great relationship with their friends from Sam Adams Street. It makes me happy happy to hear. There's some places that I could probably ask you about that that would not be the same Same answer but I would say ah so the show. Every week every Monday please subscribe. Please share it with all of your friends. If you don't know every Monday live I I do a A live stream show. That is not a show called the weekly pint so so go to facebook and just follow them early and you can see all that. And that's where I just kinda shoot the shit with anybody that wants to talk on that one you can call in live and talk with me. five seventy drink. You can also leave messages. And if they're really good that I might even play one since Hebrew gas so make make some kind of context and follow everything on social media. Because that's I guess what you're supposed to and everybody thank you very much for listening all of you guys. Thank you for making time for me. I didn't hear a night where he could've been running around a bunch of painter so I appreciate you taking time to sit down and and and make some type of Greg thank you. I think you saved us. It depends on how you look at it. We will be back next week. We're going to be humble among another one of those new guys on the block that it about so. We're going to talk to them and figure out what they're all about and the move back week after week after that after that. Probably GonNa keep gone and thanks for coming thanks guys who sit Sierra. cavs the voice since..

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"michael strength" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"michael strength" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"Thank you say or anything else. You'd love to share with about yourself and how you have come to where you you are in your life. Well I'm in the midst of creating pets world tastes right now and do you have Jane. GOODELL's Like endorsement Minton's after I photographed her. I asked her if I hope you know if I could help her fundraise first of all for her her amazing institute she has one hundred thousand kids in her kids club and for pets world. He's also creating a kids club so I really warning to lake envisioning. How can I help nonprofits around the world? How can we help the environment? How can we help animal shelters? How can we help? Animal assisted therapy and so it is my joy to photograph animals. Helping people in amazing ways like There were some breast cancer patients that went to a horse facility that I photographed recently. The mental mental illnesses came up. A veterans wins her learning from the animals. Wow autistic kids are learning from the animals. So there's a lot of healing going. Oh that's what I want to bring out with. Pets real appeases funding these amazing nonprofits. So Oh wow so how. How are you taking steps to do that? So the steps to taking that is finding the right. You know the people who love animals. So I'm totally open. Anyone who loves animals can fleas contact me and and I can show them that. We're GONNA have like pets for world peace ambassadors. They can nominate their own animals of roles piece in a letter a pets were piece. So they'll have. They'll have their their F- their animals photographed in in publications that they could being publications like it'd be pets world peace game. Oh that's right you're working on a game. Yes tell us about that. Well I really think that the the children of today really love to be engaged in games now. Many of them are pretty violent. You know and they're doing really well L. financially but I want to create a game that brings kids from all over the world and they can. They can enter their own hats. As is the pets world peace ambassadors and the pets can fly in over the world and help certain endangered species. They might go to the Arctic and find the polar bears they might go to Hawaii and see the endangered sea turtles. They might go to a myriad of places and go on adventures to help save the environment which ultimately saves us as the planet. It's all together. It's all integrated or integral absolutely as well. Well that's exciting. Yes so when. Do you think you'll have your game out. Going next year. Is Our our launch times. Okay very excited nine and I'm working with the SPCA humane societies. I'll be calling Dr Goodell's institute and so they do. They know about it already. Some of them do you okay. And they're very excited because what I've seen over the years of photography you do a lot of pro bono work nonprofits. Yeah and a lot of them have just the very minimal sustainable income coming through so I wanted to create something finding exciting that we'd be educational and that would create funding funding for them for a long time. Oh that's great. Yeah wow well. Is there any other little nuggets. And you would like to share with our audience interviewers. I just encourage people to really go deep inside and every morning even it's just five minutes a day just to keep running journal or an art book whatever it is and just start collecting what what brings joy way. Even if it's cutting out pictures of bluewater in Hawaii or something like that or whether it's yoga or in our mind thinks in visual terms so that's why also like photography Oh it's like capturing in essence that will never like a split second but but that it conjures up so much you know and that reminds me. You're saying the pictures and it's and it's and I've done this. Several Times is doing vision board. That's important to to put all those photos on the things that you want that you're str- you know that you're you're going towards the it will pull you these beautiful Vacation places or places like I WANNA go to Monte PUCCI peach you when one of these days as you know and I haven't gone there and You know there's a special places all over new visions and whenever yeah so you know not just keep keep your dream alive. Yes never keep that fire burning may go down low but just stuck it keeps stoking the fires the fire and then once you create the Vision Border Journal or the the art book yeah then create inspired action lists because it takes you have to. There's a being state which is beautiful but then the doing the inspired action go out there and that's the hardest part for some people. Yeah you know but when you when you let go your fear and you stay take that one step and it only takes one step at a time. You don't have to take major steps but one step at a time so you'll gone it you've got it you'll eventually reach your goal. If you take a step day yeah I mean that's all you can you will yes Lori. This has been wonderful. Thank thank you so much for sharing all you that you shared and with your wonderful little flash Flash so much for being here tonight and the contribution to world peace through animals. Laurie are tip for today. Is Use your integrity with any and all transactions dealing with money in every day and every moment physical Michael Strength can never permanently withstand the impact of this spiritual force and that's by Franklin Roosevelt Competition. Shen has shown to be useful up to a certain point and no farther but cooperation. which is the thing we must strive for today begins where competition leaves off by Franklin D Roosevelt? I'm really honing into Franklin's quotes today. Eight the test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much it is whether we provide enough for those who have of little by Franklin D Roosevelt. I'll leave you with this. Thank and be happy. Be grateful and eat healthy. Good nutrition feeds the mind mind. Don't forget to feed your spirituality. With unconditional love and share your abundance in wealth with others. Live all your relationships it from your heart and not just your mind by We hope you enjoyed today's episode of wealth transformation and we encourage you to apply the information you've learned with our wise guests to make your life better and make good changes. We appreciate you more than you. Yeah no for being a part of our podcast when you were moved or motivated please let us know how the show influenced your life. I E mailing at Dr Cheryl Dot Wealth Wealth Transformation at g mail DOT COM for a free consultation with Dr Cheryl to see how she can benefit you. 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"michael strength" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"michael strength" Discussed on Get Up!

"I want to challenge them look at the schedule right now the ravens can give them a challenge but we're saying all right they're not good enough to win again to of course they are W- even with that offense right now they're good enough to win against Camara Kansas City's defense is not we talk about him off it's not clicking patriots defense excuse me chiefs defense at best right now average online is he hasn't put his retirement papers in so we can get a lot of that's a it hasn't put his retirement papers you saw and if you see some of the work that he's been doing he looks smaller to me I I I'm not an expert in this sort of thing they look dropped a lot of weight these guys get older like if you look at Michael Strength the beginning of his career he's a big bulky guy by the Andy Probably slimmed-down fifteen twenty pounds if drone comes back and plays he's not going to be as devotee Tom Brady and he's still a hall of fame he's plugging and playing and.

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"michael strength" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"michael strength" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Some zinc shut up for some reason. Donald I hate John Dickerson. I Don burden. Why do I hate him? Because he's making a lot of money for doing nothing. Okay. Good. So this is the envy aspect, so I should hate them. You could by the way that morning show with Gayle king and the one that Charlie rose used to be on its got done O Donal. And Gayle king. And this pots Dickerson, they are very seriously considering it CBS, it'll be a brilliant move. The only one I liked Donald. She's great take nor O'Donnell get that doofus. Jeff glor- off at six thirty at night. And now, you get a much more talented person. And oh, here's an easy one a female up against Lester Holt and David Muir. They tried this before I'd CBS with Katie Couric. But Katie Couric is good for the today show. Good stuff like that. She's not good. When it comes time to interview at Iraq veteran. Widow. She giggles too much. She smiles. Too much Nawroz Donald's legitimate news person. I think CBS would be making a brilliant move by putting Horon getting chloride. She's got a beautiful pair of is really gorgeous. Speaking of which Robin Roberts. I mean, I think I like her less than than this John Dickerson guy because of what you do with. I think she should be suspended. Actually, I really do. We talked about it yesterday. I happened. To stumble over this BuzzFeed news article it's called ABC staffers defending Robin Roberts over bed optics of smollet. Good Morning America interview. Ed, so I read I actually looked at it and watch some of the videotape, and they talked about it. And here they are at the beginning. And she was the only one to her credit that pointed out of all the journalists on all these liberal networks that some of the victims were actually Trump supporters take same. We're looking at him as being the victim. Now, he is the suspect. But guys this this touches all the buttons. It does a setback for race relations, homophobia, America supporters, the fingers are pointed at them. Yeah. I mean, I think of another case where there's this. There's this anger on on so many sides. And and you can understand why there would be like giving a credit apologizing knowledge that yes that they're the victims here were in addition for some of the ones she might have laid out what Trump's support, isn't it obvious. Well, it should be right. But nobody says that nobody says the only was on hard to say because she did the interview. Understand just back on track. I'd say she's trying to make right? Exactly. Right. And after by the way, killing Liam Niessen for professing up some old stuff. So then they awkwardly by the way. Remember, she at the end of the jussie smollet interview. She goes, oh that was beautiful. Thank you. In other words. Everybody was skeptical. Everybody in their mother we skeptical. They were nobody believed it, but she that was beautiful. So anyway, Dan Abrahams during this conversation mentions the interview and she's shakes shook her head. It was very awkward, and again, when you watch I think you're you're interview is going to be evidence in this case. Locks him in there. Count. And when you watch got it is so hard to watch that again taught now talking about how anyone who would ever make something up like this at cetera. Everyone in America's thinking right now is exactly what he said right there. But she, but she said it was beautiful. That was what she how she concluded. The finally Michael strength sitting here. They got a panel of like six people, and this is sitting there. He's he's he's got away because he's getting paid. Right. So he jumps in with some dopey question. Listen to him a he said, she said these comments from Michael strength. We should be mindful. He is of course, entitled to the presumption of innocence. But my goodness if a grand jury has invited him he has been arrested because he, but he has never he has said he's still had said he hadn't done it, brother. They're saying one thing he in another. How do you get through that? He says she said look for objective evidence. Like, my real quick that the one what he's he's talking to the gay dancer listened to the question God, and guys it's not a bad way to end your first seed in the mid morning good. So how do they fit a lot of people think the Super Bowl the players audio only ones who go and really enjoyed it only wants to cook who can say the Super Bowl. Uncomfortable. Listen, I like, Michael it's not Michael's fault. That WABC at America has dubbed him, the former jocks smart black guy like Monty caught on this week, the very the cover of Newsweek magazine, which is a very intellectual magazine the cover is a picture of LeBron James in a Laker uniform and Kareem calling LeBron James hero and Kareem complaints in the piece that people like me and Bernard don't take LeBron seriously. He's wrong about this. But he says it because LeBron's an athlete. No. We don't take him seriously. Because even though you think he's autistic, and I like LeBron. He's a moron. Another athletic status. For example, Kareem Abdul Jabbar is very smart he's misguided. But he's very very smart. So it's not our fault that America has decided that because he's really good looking and he was a really good football player. And he's got a good smile. And he's got a pretty good disposition that Michael straight hit needs to be on every single show on every single network on TV. But the idea that he's gonna go from sacking Brett farve to say something really, really smart situation. Like this. No Melvin Harris. He's no well, Robin Roberts. No, he's not. He's got a cute smile. And he's got nice biceps and a monster penis. Whoa. Whoa. What do we do with this? He said she said how do we objective evidence? That's what we do world Seventy-seven.

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"michael strength" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"michael strength" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"Maybe they were best friends. It's like very true. Yeah, but so he confesses to her and the police show up at the restaurant eating at interest him on December, twelve th of two thousand three and just side. No. At the time. Another nurse he was working with was pregnant with his trial. At this point. That was that is the dirt team. See. Yeah. Also at one of these hospitals, he was also having an affair with a woman who's married. So just like trolling around like causing trouble left and fuck in, right. So on March two thousand March second thousand six colonists to eighteen consecutive life sentences in New Jersey. Thank God and is not eligible for parole until the you're twenty four three twenty four three. We've never even heard that you're all be dead by then every the world will be dead by then. But yet. I'm truly never even heard of that. I recently thought I was like one day, someone's going to say like, oh, I'm from the year. Nine thousand. Yeah. And I was like, I think about that all the fucking time. It's like, how do you even wrap your head around that for someone who just bathed themselves and time travel theories? Yeah, four, seven. I'm surprising. But like I just thought it recently and I was like, oh my God, this just sounds so it does anywhere. So this is very just give kind of perspective. His youngest known victim was murdered at Somerset. In may two thousand three. He was twenty one years old. His name was Michael strength. Oh, and he was a star athlete, but he had a blood disorder. He was in the hospital for spleen transplant, which was it was a serious procedure, but it was also like not out of the ordinary who's expected to make a full recovery only twenty one years old and Cullen injected him with. I think it was to Johnson and murdered him, jeez. So Michael's father Thomas drank, oh, was one of the many loved ones of cones victims who spoke at his sentencing hearing on March second, two thousand six. And he said, quote for someone to be able to hop from hospital to hospital with these problems for over fifteen years defies trust. We are outraged that no one stopped Charles Cullen for murdering my son. And and on. March tenth Cullen was brought into the courtroom of Lehigh county president, judge William age platform sentencing hearing, and for whatever reason, Cullen who was upset with the judge, just kept her painting over and over and over and over again, quote your honor. You need to step down and he said it over and over and over again for thirty minutes until plot had Cullen gagged with cloth and duct. Tape is two thousand three. He had somebody come in duct tape cloth into his mouth to shut him up because he would not stop saying it. And then after being gagged taken tin you to try through cloth your honor, you need to step down and someone who said it was like a horrific ro, ro your boat, like just over and over and over God. Yeah. So after this hearing Platt gave him in additional six life than life sentences for all good his favor. So as part of his plea agreement Cullen. I had been working with law enforcement to identify additional victim so they didn't give him the death penalty because they were like, well, we can get more information out of him get like more information about his victims. So in two thousand six Cullens attorney said that Cullen wanted to quote atone for his sins by donating his kidney to the brother of one of his ex-girlfriend's. Oh, that'll do it. Yep. And he said, well, this is my way of paying for my paying for what I've done, and they were like. But in order to get the donation approved, Cullen refused to cooperate with investigators or appear at legal hearings until they let him donate his kidney because they were like, no, you can't donate your kidney. Yeah, be quiet. Just show up with it in a box and be like, I'm ready here. Go, right? But he refused to cooperate in really needed him to give his testimony about all these people hid murdered..

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"michael strength" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"michael strength" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You know i think kids should suffer a second and think you know this generation of kids from age twelve on has been their parents got them up early in the morning to take a french lesson learned to play flute go to the ice rink and play hockey or figure skating join you know mid puberty united nations class all that just to get in one of the top five schools they bust their house and now if the new rubrics gonna be you'll get outta one of the top five schools and you make exactly the same as flex speed back who took three years to make managing job crime i guess that's what they want but i think they're gonna i do think that the hard realities that are going to get some kids in pacing wait a second i study hard i i gotta make the same bernie sanders has made a career preaching subsidized self reliance i will give him this he's smart enough to know there's a fortune to be made today convincing kids they don't need money to have a fortune dennis miller is gonna be at the riverside theatre saturday night time nineteen thanks for taking a few minutes with us have a good one man i i'll be honest i love dennis miller and i will go see that show he didn't want he doesn't he's like i've just talk about politics he's funny and a lot of different ways but he has a he has a knack for breaking down politics both at a high level and a low level and i think that's the essence of why people like dennis miller and he comes from a conservative perspective in most cases i think that's also refreshing in a environment now where most of the late night comedy folks are on the other side of the aisle the election for a new state supreme court justice is less than three weeks away and jeff wagner hungry conservative candidate how can might conservative hanna michael strength.

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"michael strength" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"michael strength" Discussed on WTMA

"Percent over but she years with just complete turnover and and and policies you know towards taxes habs and the limit and government to me that's a lap but i'm a lonely camper michael strengths i want to ask you i do believe it's possible to get the three percent growth and and and why didn't but he plugs back obama's four percent growth which utterly failed as as out back but than said what's going on your michael well you know i think i think it's possible i think i think the president of the ministries in have a lot of work to do to get there i think if they get golf older good but you know in order to get there was that the feat all these that you're talking about need to actually happen and i think we looked houston prior aplenty regulating the out of me and that will that will be good that will help for economic growth are we going to get the kind of texas for we need to really hughes for the right now it it it look in a little chaotic on the hill yeah i understand that yeah and you quite right we're gonna comes that later but just supply don't want to make about the economics profession we hope of why is it that mainstream consensus because on us well turned their back and supply side tax cuts and and and rolling back the regulatory state turned their back on that and yet seven or eight years ago embraced with love and affection a big government regulatory tax model that has failed historically what what is wrong with the can honest with fashion michael strain well it is zero and one of the best nother for the about pressure and you know the yeah yeah lennox honesty yack about profession look fifty him out of money that would be instead of the pegulas and just that you know dollars a dollar and they're going to be a multiplier in what's going to happen it turned out of the composition of the stimulus really mattered and it dollars not a power and a lot of money didn't.

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"michael strength" Discussed on X96

X96

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"michael strength" Discussed on X96

"I'm going to go with i mean ago with rarely there's a dark horse she's also a first ankle having i specially rejects but okay we'll hear rivera do a couple more than will get out of your way much timely com about a minute okay that's a part in actor oh this is so watches has harboured to say but the one and then try for moonlight yeah it even for marshawn yeah jeff edges how their high water look us hedges manchester pidas a death patella lion or michael shannon not turn out animals i would love jeff bridges to win this yeah i'll say the dude have patella from lion how over me the you know it should be from ryan is the little kid you up okay so i just amazing well i mean ago i don't know them here mcdonagh joc made ten not turn all animals almost well that first five minutes i don't know i've not seen any owns moving so well i haven't seen any you haven't no you as a good mermaid and against them nerd shocked right out of my i'd like generals odd to win but i'm thinking he's going to win i do best part in actor michael strength that excellent excellent so when a crisp heinsohn that's true kris bryant pines and how are i water yeah oh hell are right yeah i get okay started votes for michael shannon okay best supporting actress viola davis fences naomi harris moonlight in a coke edwin lion octavio spencer had an figures i want to her go along and the show williams manchester by this one octavio okay geno i've march it down parent the people are saying i'm hearing but but i'll take the yeah what's the first one again the first one as a violent yeah i'll go there and so well alcoa trip i don't happen the that norman pass oh try rich and down a he now we're not one more without term for one more okay well no just be director would be the next when you want to do director okay director thank you for your now the best director arrival dennis value new that should hextall rich mel gibson.

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"michael strength" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:33 min | 5 years ago

"michael strength" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Load welcome back from sound larry chris missed weekend great pleasure to be with you and in porn topic it's not directly related to stocks or directly related to you can on a growth another things but a very important topic what should we expect of americans who don't work now that is a tile from the blog by are great friend jim that's a coke is who will be on the next segment but that jimmy p was riding a bad in a i am eric in an uprising steve conference where michael strain weighed in on this issue or not i want to put let me get michael strain is with us that's fit that out of the way he's director of the phenomenal policy studies he's a residents car today eyes calmness in a commentator so that is mr strain and also have their mcdonald min hat news to to fellow contributing editor of the city journal calmness in her last booker's the warren cops how the new attack on law and order makes everything last safe doesn't sound like they are directly related but michael strain is talking about some really important things and how they're mcdowell so smart we have to bring around we talk about really important things okay yeah mr strain michael strength we do not feel comfortable talking about social norms and we don't feel comfortable talking about cultural norms and we don't feel comfortable talking about rights and we don't feel comfortable talking about duties as a society our conference level with those topics has the road it dramatically over the last several decades and the long with the erosion of our comfort and discussing these issues we have seen and erosion and knows norms themselves now let me just three some more a recovery of a cultural normally that if you can work you should be working recovery of the cultural norm that if you can work you should be providing for your kids and the recovery of a cultural norm that if you have an obligation to society you should contribute and had your skills and you're talents and you're efforts to your community and to the broader fabric of the country in which you live is necessary to solve these problems now michael strain i'm going to speak personally about this because i'm not an expert.

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"michael strength" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 5 years ago

"michael strength" Discussed on KGO 810

"Financial services excludes taxes unlicensed was injured on fifteen ten from islanders one thousand miles per year relievers apply for quickly regular prices and we stearns made the deal for offered details offers and one three seventy for more info he little to maybe not really isn't interested trade market colin you know account again but if you leaders his ignore count on the dealers dot com albert hall of fame showed is what you by michael strength for sure awhile that great yeah viking's victory coleman i thirty six ten over it you see la this game for the first half was struggle for both teams off offensively cal with the four field goals one in the first quarter three and the second quarter by bat anderson who set a new kalil record with five field goals and the games night becomes the modern single season scoring leader for california saw was twelve nothing bears lead at the half and then right away boy faithful that terrible first out of well receivers dropped the ball didn't health to completions in the first half came right out in the bruins first possession of the third quarter eighty yard drive six plays i can't of walker seven yard scoring pass mom i play point was suddenly a twelve southern cal lead but then the bears answered back in the key play was our selection as the red top electric electrifying play of the game visit red top electric add team read top dot com if you want wanted back in the gonna do.

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