18 Burst results for "Nick Schmaltz"

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

03:30 min | 6 months ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on Skipped Frames

Skipped Frames

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on Skipped Frames

"Silence this however this is how previous courses in case worked on antennas possibly but there was hope for some among fans that things would be different on the switch who support multiple users. Ten is fine. Prince has not explained the situation off any clue as to why must be it. Must be the case. Could could there be some security risk is animal crossing safe dates and more valuable than any other safe dated that does not have this limitation or practices decision is largely philosophical causing all about sharing the same space as your family. And it's creates a cat's agree she said. In two thousand sakes with a view with game suture Gamasutra. Sorry another thing. Is that always always so. This is quoted another thing. He's not always get home really and my family plays games and I would sometimes be playing when I got home and I thought to myself playing games and I'm playing games but we're not really doing it together. It'd be nice to have to play the experience when even though we're not playing at the same time we're we're still sharing things together so this is something that kids could play off the skull. I can play when I got home at night. I understand what he's saying so basically from this. This is basically saying that animal causing he wants to build this world where you all share if your family of animal crossing fans you share the same unique universe that you can all add to and build. No that's not how I play my games. More Games are more games and shadow of anyone. Apart from my son Nick Schmaltz so the strange thing is Nintendo does point out up to eight players originally to count on antennas which can live on a shared Ireland. So you know this is quite interesting. Listen let me let me start this Nintendo points out the uptight pies. We've reached it. Accounts on into switch console can live on one shed island not to four residents of what Armin Compla- Symbol Tiny Soman council if you buy them across new horizon and once somewhere else somewhere else to play on that game on their oil and you have to buy a copy of the game I mean. It seems really counterintuitive to do this. We've tender so it doesn't make any sense and I kinda get this idea that you you want to be able to play in the same. Shed Universe you know. It's not bloody awful. It's not you know the cinematic universe. It's a fricking game. It's animal causing. I'm and I I think I got limited opinions on this because I haven't played a previous animal crossing and to me. That's probably WHOA is going to hamper fail because largely I'm a little bit against this if I have a switch the great thing I love about my switch essay if I'm doing Speed running in Pok Mon ly can have on one account. I can have my main game. I I could have my speed running account count on another or I could do you speed running count on one and then another one you can have a challenge on and the idea is for me a of I've got multiple uses. I can play these these games on multiple user accounts. And that's the whole point. That's why I love switch with us. Not The only reason I love unintended. Switch money tennis which is probably my most play console. But it's things like that the freedom that the switch gives you to play the same game on different accounts and do different challenges and this that and the other Mike Sense you can have multiple rich and this just feels like Nintendo. I don't know I don't I don't know and I'm GONNA do. Is this week. Twitter question is Debbie about this. I want to know how people feel about. They say one thing. That Nintendo have confirmed. And I'd love to know your opinions. Your thoughts due to the fact of my limited knowledge on Animal Corsian elmo causing on March twentieth as the first game I will get this year. I haven't I haven't bought any gains recently at all since last year. So of course it will be the first I game I pick up and I WANNA understand. I want us to end what the hype is all about animal crossing but secondly I want to understand this and is it something that is actually really bad for the game or is it something that actually makes a lot sense so let me know wait for the twitter poll to go up much at that. You can give me your opinions and I will be answering this week's twitter poll very shortly we shall stick with team Red Fennell and I wanNA talk about this off. Offer Taylor life and it all goes on down to this year. We should see the playstation five an xbox series one x release as going to be the big thing of two thousand twenty. The new consuls butts the boys in Reds Pinto ten zero has quotes no plans to release a new switch model this year despite ongoing rumors about a pro model switch Rodman some point the tender hasn't said anything about it and if it does exist though don't expect to release anytime soon during the law the company's financial results briefing today intendo President Catarrhal economy pronounce. It and I'm going to try. said there were no plans to release to launch new switch model in two thousand twenty regarding the Nintendo switch. We believe that is important to continue to communicate the appeal of both into the switch systems and expand the the installed base. Please note that we have no plans to launch. New knows which moral during two thousand twenty is explained by Nintendo President Nintendo said focus on its pale of existing lines which systems is included original model and the light model which launched in September last ZSA. INTENDO does not believe it has maxed out the south of existing models with the following chart illustrating the monarch boost across all regions. That switch like was released. I I completely agree. I don't see the point of a new switch at this point in time if I've said this long Often about the current Orrin Model I have one of the first generation of picks which is my son has the they did an update at one with Saudi battery and stuff stuff so for me. It doesn't make a lot sense to me that we're going to see a new switch. I don't see the need for new switch developers. I know what they're getting with his hardware and they can develop beautifully fleshed out gains. Let's take Louise mentioned three. which yet the play Tracking cost eleven which was poured over breath wilds. You know all these Games they released. Mario Mario uh-huh Odyssey American maker to so many games when he does on vividly for specifically for the switch they prove that they can make games on the console. The absolute absolutely blow other games out the water and then you look at ports do do more tunnels come in Wolfenstein to name a few. There's some of the big ones Iram the biggest pro poor though which are bloody three on switch and it makes you sit there. Stand up to know that this this little handhelds Silver Hill. Actually actually competes wave. It's a playstation and xbox counterparts knocks the socks off them. It's complete range of what it can do. Don't get me wrong you won't get the fanciest graphics this then you look. You mentioned three. And it's probably the most beautiful gangs released in two thousand nineteen so I mean. It just seems read again. counterintuitive Code Nintendo counterintuitive twice in two different if an articles that to release a new switch when this current switch is still doing so well. The switch lie made sense are nice way of people getting in to the switch you know and using it as its complete hand-held basically you know throwing the three three D. S. overboard and saying that's enough even though they do kind of supports it. I don't think we'll see a new switch probably for another couple years. I genuinely think that maybe breath the wall to releases that will probably be the end of this switches line. anelle bring a pro model out. We'll see that you never know what what gets Nintendo. A nintendo directs. Apparently is one reason for this month on a mic. Drop some kind of Roma auto things though. I think he obey. All guns are organs guns going with this switch which makes me happy. Means I'M GONNA spend any money on a new body.

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Schmaltz's shootout winner lifts Coyotes over Sabres

First Light

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

Schmaltz's shootout winner lifts Coyotes over Sabres

"NHL coyotes rally from down to nothing to be the Sabres three two in a shoot out Nick schmaltz with the tie breaker winter and the Canucks crush the panther seven two four five times in the first three JT Miller at a

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Over the Dallas Stars Cain with a pair of goals. The others by Cahoon Kunitz Kuku and Dylan Strom scores. His seventeenth hawk but reaches the twenty goal Mark for the season. After bagging three of them for the Zona cody's before coming over in that trade for Nick schmaltz along with Brendan per Leany. So the Blackhawks able the finish strong here at the United Center, the three home games this week finishing two zero and one all against central division opponents as for tonight's action. Let's take one more trip through the highlights. Courtesy of John Wiedeman and Troy Murray in our Blackhawks express. Final home game this season tonight as they host the Dallas star here at the United Center, and the playoff bound stars will use this game as a tuneup for their pulse. But tonight, they can get caught from behind by Colorado when disbanding so the hawks motivation is pretty play hard to the end and play the foil Dowling right for the Klingberg near the right point. He has lost the puck down to the corner. Ks players about the line of good Jew. Patrick kane. He's star. A one nothing with fifty eight..

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Cooper ready at a pretty good. Donald it over the last several sometimes David it's harder to handle a real good talented hockey tube. I'm not an isn't because personalities manual gotta deal with the personality coupe is done. A magnificent job doing that. Well, let's get to tonight scratches injuries Lloyd to give recall camera gods from Syracuse. He is. An extra tonight. He will not be in the lineup stall Girardi still injured Callahan. Martelli other healthy scratch is still out injured for Arizona. Nick schmaltz out for the year. Kyle capital Bianco young defense for the year. Derek step on an Ozzy. Rhonda also injured the other scratches are illion lebowski Christian Fisher. Heaven vast lusty gets the start for the lightning thirty four eight four eight two point two eight goals gets to the point ninety nine. Save percentage. Darcy campers having a great season second half of the year, specifically twenty four sixteen and six a two point four nine goals against any point nine two one. Save percentage in the first period. Vassil asking the lightning defendant to our Lupton skate left to right in their home. Blue jerseys numbers Kemper in the coyotes will defend the net to our right and move right to left in the first of the road, whites red numbers black sleeves opening up next lightning and Arizona coyotes for me arena lighting radio Irish thirty one is. Pump for their fourth years and officials sports bar the Tampa Bay Lightning hitting you Emily arena for the game. Watch.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Gotta do that. We can look at all their scores and other games if we take care of our stuff. And I think we're going to have a good chance there. The brunt. Brendan pearly any six goals in the last five games. You know, here's a guy that's in and out of the lineup. He's a great guy. I know you guys all like him inside the locker room. How fun was it for you guys to see that last goal going? I know it's a six to one game. And you're not really kinda rubbing it in. But to have Pollini out there on the ice and be able to finish off the game with the hat trick. That's got to be a special feeling inside the locker room for him. And for you guys who are cheering for them to do. Well, yeah, we were all happy on the bench there and seeing his smile and. Yeah, he's he's he was working for that hatrick. He had some chances earlier in the thirty-two and getting it. With three seconds left. It's pretty special. I the whole the whole bench got excited there. So and yeah, like, you said great guy. Great teammates had really happy for him. And his confidence has to be off the charts compared to probably what it was even even a couple of weeks ago last one from me here. Hey, Johnny Oduya in the house tonight. Is he your guests are Johnston's guest, or what did, you know? He was here. Yeah. Yeah. I guess. Jose caucus guests. But yeah, I know I know he was here we saw yesterday. And yes, nNcholas to yesterday something that was nice to get back together. With those guys. How crazy was it in this game? When you look at how many players had switched places from one organization to the other. And you still didn't have Nick schmaltz. You still didn't have Rhonda in the net and yet seven or eight players playing in this game that at the beginning of the season where with different organizations or a year ago. Yeah. I mean, I think yeah. A lot of guys had some some money on the board. Excited pretty game today. So yeah, you could definitely in our locker room and sharing there's too. So. Yeah. There was nice especially nice for a few of us to to win the game. A lot of money on the board for Brennan after a performance tonight. So thanks for doing this. We really really appreciate congratulations on the win for being guest on the post game show. You'll get a gift card to Joe seafood, prime steak and stone crab a favorite before. And after being Markus. Thanks in 'grats, Marcus cougar joining us here after the Blackhawks defeat the Arizona coyotes by a final score of seven to one toilets wrap this up. Let's see pre-game you had Dylan Strom as your jets pizza man to deliver. You just had the wrong, Cody. That's all I had Marquette Bank. The guy was baking on Johnny Johnny with the penalty shot goal and an assist as well. Who do you have for your play with the most heart? Boy, I mean, this one is a tough one because you could really pick anybody. I could throw my number down. And just look at all these guys who did it just phenom-. Title job. I'm gonna go with dalstrom in this one for the fact that at the beginning of the game he turned puck over there, not really his fault. But it hit the referee and gave the the coyotes a one nothing lead. What did he do? He just turned around and played over twenty minutes was plus four and this one. So that just means he was involved in a lot of the equation. Even though he didn't get a point. I thought that he responded really well didn't let that bother them. And the team didn't let it bother me as well. So tonight's player with the most heart is called dalstrom the player at the most hardest sponsored by mercy hospital, cardiovascular services, good deal, thanks for sticking around a little longer and visited with Marcus with us. And we got a couple of tough original Sixers coming up on the road. We'll talk to you Wednesday from Toronto good job. Chris look forward to likewise, Troy is the Blackhawks defeat the nights seven one time for another break. We got some post game reaction coming your way next is Curtis. Coke has just returned from press conference Ville, and the Blackhawks happy room will have some of that coming your way next on seven twenty WGN. Hey, Blackhawk fans your local. Chevy dealer has a once in a lifetime opportunity for you. Take your best shot to win the two thousand nineteen Chicago Blackhawks custom Camaro convertible. It's a one of a kind performance machine with custom Blackhawks leather interior and a hidden one goal skyline on the exterior.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Worried about pumping his new teams tires instead after grabbing dinner with a couple of his former mates last night here in town really played a couple of seasons down there. Dillon even less with the big club. We've talked in the past about facing teams for the first time Vinnie certainly had himself a game here back in October your time with the hawks here your first team went nine seasons before they moved you. What's that first game though, specifically like going up against that first team that brought you in the league? There are a little more more vinegar in in in the beverage. I remember I came in and I played with the Winnipeg Jets here, and there was at the old Chicago Stadium before the United Center was ever built. The tender emotional game for me, I was here for a lot of years. It might be a little bit different for Dylan. Stroll have been there for two years. But most of these guys that are on the team still teammates. And it's a big game for both of these teams. So there's a lot on the line and Oestroem wants to impress sort per leaning. You know, he's got a lotta guys that used to play for the Blackhawks panic is on on the roster network. Palmerston of any strolls. Nick schmaltz result Rossa is as well. George notionally plan. So these guys. There's a tradition that goes on in the NHL of putting money on the board. And you put money on the board when you're playing your former teammates are reformer teams and stuff like that goes into into a kitty that goes to the trainers and all kinds of stuff. There's a big incentive. I think for both of these guys inside the locker both of these teams to to find a way to win respective team. So this is going to be an interesting match up. A lot of guys have switched places between these two organizations last couple seasons. So this again me an interesting contest Vinnie probably collected last time he was here in doubt with a goal in an empty netter on top of that as well. Circling back to how the hawks one in Dallas big reason was the contribution of the fourth line as cougar Kunitz did an impressive.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back to the Blackhawks postgame show. Chris Boden with you up until eleven o'clock tonight following a two one Blackhawks victory in Dallas against the stars. Of course, they'll be playing host to the Zona coyotes on Monday night, the last time the Blackhawks played the coyotes Nick schmaltz was still a member of the Blackhawks way back in late October and Dylan Strom Brennan, Berlin, e were still members of the Zona account that until that trade was made late Sunday night of thanksgiving weekend in which those players switch places and Dylan Strom up until these last two games when he has been held off the scoresheet prior to that he was nearly a point per game score really slotted comfortably back into the number back into a back to into a to a number two Senator role for the Blackhawks behind Jonathan tapes when Dylan Strom left Aaron Jona. It was kind of a continuation of what had been his career down there since being the twenty fifteen number three overall pick. Of the draft by the cody's behind Connor mcdavid behind Jack Eichel and ahead of Mitch monitor. All of those players have had a wonderfully successful starts to their NHL career. If you will a step ahead of Strom during his time with the counties, but it seems like a new lease on life for Dylan since coming over to the Blackhawks prior to Thursday's game against buffalo and tonight against the stars. When he was held off the scoresheet, he put forty two games for the Blackhawks and had fourteen goals in twenty six points. Twenty six assists for forty points. Almost a point per game player prior to that just three goals and three assists for six points with Arizona before that trade in late November. And we began our conversation after practice yesterday and you'll hear him reference Thursday night's game as last night during the course of this conversation. But I asked him if he could have imagined the huge strides. His game has taken since coming to the Blackhawks in that trade back in November. No, I don't think. So I mean. Want.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Weekend was winding down. There are many who thought based on the shell body works. So far that per Leany may have been the one sure thing over Strom so good on Ryan Stewart in the hawks personnel department for seeing something with an opportunity to cody's weren't giving them or giving him enough time in faith to prove a number three overall pick can live up to that status. Troy it's early. We talked about doing I know in the pre game on Sunday a little bit in terms of some of these acquisitions is STAN Bowman has made, but he has become a perfect number to center on this roster right now and the future seemed to be pretty exciting for him, forty points in forty two games. You really like it's kind of funny when you when you. You know, what comes first chicken or the are you giving ice time? Or do you earn? It works. Both ways. A lot of players that get that opportunity. Take advantage of it. And then they solidify their position in the NHL other players don't take advantage of it. And they say, well, I'm not getting the opportunity. Well, you gotta do something to earn a second shift turn another game. And we've talked about this on the blue line a rotation back there. Somebody's gotta step up and take the bull by the horns and say, I'm not going to be taken out of the lineup swift away that I'm playing on. That's kind of what you're sitting here. And I would assume that Arizona, you don't gauge Strom opportunities. Whether it's in the right situation or not you've got to adapt got to find ways to to impress the people who were putting real care and the ice and coming to Chicago. I think he was given a little bit more leeway a little bit more lenient in in the way that he started to play coming from Arizona's aggressive. We have a lot of faith in him. We made a trade form we're going to give him a chance. We're gonna. You know, use a museum but in some situations if you're a kid in the minors you get called up for one game don't expect to play two games. Don't expect to play two shifts without earning that opportunity to do. So so give stole marks for taking advantage of what he is the given here in Chicago. And he's put himself in a real nice position moving forward in. Nick, schmaltz got tons of ice time over the last year, plus here with the Blackhawks, I think the pro personnel department and seeing you know, what Strom is capable of without that body of work without seeing what schmaltz did or did not do to their liking and marks Nick for going into Zona before he got injured playing really well to you almost like to see is always say you want it to be a win win for both of those teams. That was a lot of ways that was a hockey trade. Now a lotta times you're dealing with campus. You're dealing with salaries not to load something that was a hockey traits to young guys for one another hoping that Spurs something in the right direction. Parini? I've always liked Pearleen struggled to find some lakes here with Chicago. But he's gonna get an opportunity tonight was Stroman debrincat from a couple of big goals Moco. So you never know where that Spurs him onto do bigger and better, and well, we'll we'll we'll TS here that release is on that line with Strom and debrincat as he was the other night as well in San Jose Cam ward, suffered what seems seems like a relatively minor injury during the course of Sunday's game whenever it happened. He played through it. But he'll need a week ten days to get back on the ice meeting. Colin Delia is backed up as the backup to Corey Crawford.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WJR 760

"I'm your host genetic Neider and back with me or to such agents, Nick and Mike Schultz their team Scholtz sales associates with Remax classic in Plymouth. So before the break, we were just starting to talk about marketing, and and in what you're doing. We can get clients and all of that. I know one of the things that you guys use a product called Matterhorn can you talk to me a little bit. But what this is. And when what's the value to matter port had a price this? I was skiing this weekend. So my mind's there apparently. But anyways, so it's really cool technology now is basically a three D print of the whole house. So it put it on a scale. So you can actually zoom out of the whole house spin the house around click on a room, and then allow you to click through the house like you're actually in the house. It's like putting out three D glasses. So you could go and see the house. This is great especially with a lot of times. We'll find we actually an older lady in the house. It's really hard for her to get out of the house. And this allows only serious buyers going there because basically they've already seen the whole how they've been able to go through everything. So we're not wasting time of her getting out in the cold, etc. And then also it's also really great tool for out of town buyers. See a lot of sense. Yeah. With like a couple of our listeners that are over a million dollars. A lot of times we're getting executives transferring from out of town coming in, and we find that they want to be able to see this house allow times prior before they get in a lot of answers a lot of the questions and people getting in and out just makes it easier on everybody. I think from a seller's perspective, obviously from the bio start with the buyers. From the buyer's perspective. Everybody wants to see video photos and all of the. That mean, they're scrolling through the lab, you know, laptops mobile wherever they're getting it. They want to see a lot of content and you're providing than a lot of content for them to see some great. From the buyer's perspective from the seller's perspective. Like you. Kind of alluded to one of the worst things about selling. Your house is having to keep it in show ready condition and be ready to leave on a moment's notice. When somebody wants to come see it. So if and when that now happens you're saying, hey, these are probably pretty serious buyers because they've already looked at this online. Now, they want to see it physically. Just like you're saying right there. I I think me and Nick have seen a little bit with matter port. When people use the platform, you know makes her success rate for showings, kinda go up because people that show up have already gone through the matter port system. So they've already had a three d visual house tour the house, and you know, they're interested enough that they want to come back and see it in real life. So it's kind of met the caught. I mean, it's got past the first round. And now, this is a house that they want to physically go see pretty much their second showing that that's a good way to look at it. Now, we're we're talking three D And and things of that nature. They don't need to have any special goggles. I mean, they can do this on their own laptop and devices. They don't need any special equipment to view the homes in all its glory. This way wrecked. If you have any regular laptop computer, you should be able to even a smartphone works that way. So I know that you folks had had referenced that you also do a lot of social media when it comes to marketing, probably yourself and the properties that you representing tell me a little bit about what you're doing in that realm today. Look you want to jump on Instagram feel like you. He has walnut department. Yes of Instagram, and basically just making sure that we're getting to our audience and our audience in our local areas. So they do a lot of grief Facebook and Instagram allow you to market in certain areas, so you can pick even at twenty five mile radius to bomb your home for such a cheap cost. You know, maybe a few hundred dollars. You're getting fifty thousand people clicking on your house. So really just brings a lot of attention. Maybe not be one of those people are the buyer, but they can tell the person about the buyer. We have four homes last year, we actually sold off of our online platforms, and that was gonna be my next question me. And being there is one thing. I think everybody knows they kind of have to be there in from a marketing perspective, that's where you wanna put your properties, but you're able to try to your investment of time and resources there. Absolutely. Besides Instagram's the one that you guys looked at each other, and pointed to are you using Facebook, are you using other social platforms Instagram, your go-to? I would like to say that Facebook and Instagram should be approached differently because they're different platforms. Serve different demographics different demographics. Exactly. Like with me and neck. We we try to make our Instagram posts our Instagram advertisements more targeted towards millennials because you tend to see more millennials on Instagram, whereas Facebook, everybody has a Facebook whether you're twenty or sixty books, so we try to look a little more professional formal on Facebook. But when it comes to Instagram, you can be a little more goofy with they get people laughing and excited about what you're doing. Something tells me that you guys probably do pretty good with that being kind of being casual and trying to get folks to kind of come in and humor them and whatnot. Got this. Great post Malone joke going for the real estate. So what are the check yard on Instagram? Where would they go to do that every Nick Schultz homes dot com? Okay. And they can find it there at Nick schmaltz homes. Just in case they didn't hear it. The first time so photos and become a big part of it. Because if you're doing social ill, especially Instagram is driven by photos. So do you take your own photos? Do you hire professional photographer? How do you work that part of the marketing some of like the little videos that were just making funny jokes from REI phones? But yeah, absolutely. Every house we do a lot of like the team building stuff we hire professional photographer. You know, it's not our expertise. We only have the time to dive into learn how to do perfect photography. So we we hire that out noth- nothing wrong with that saying here, I can't be I can't be the jack-of-all-trades. And I'm going to kind of find the ones that was kind of the learning curve to because will nix started. By kind of we kinda thought we could be the Jack of all trades, and we could take the picture for the homes and do everything, but we quickly realized that that there are better people than the city to do that what we know. Well, this show me like you said there's nothing to stop anybody from grabbing a phone Now, Dan taken a picture, but it may not get you the results that you want me he enough to say, hey, there's somebody else that could help help us with that part of our correct? Six years of school doing this. So that's something. We don't want to spend another six years where we can put it into real estate built in your own business. Well, we're talking with Nick and Mike Schultz their associates at Remax classic and Plymouth, one of I think they because we're talking a little bit about real estate as a career choice for young professionals in you both kind of finish college didn't finish college. But kinda came into to real estate one of the cool things is you don't have any old habits or preconceived ideas at your door knocking. You're you're doing things that maybe the more established agents, maybe they don't have to in some respects, or maybe they don't think it would work from somebody who's coming in with fresh eyes were do you think successfully are doing in today's market that makes them successful versus maybe mediocre agents today. I see a lot of agents sitting around at the office. And they think that you know, just because they're at the office. They're going to be making sales. We find better. Why don't you go sit at Panera or Starbucks or get out there door knocking where you're actually out there? We're going to be seen people all the time. So that's a lot of times. You know, they think that you know, the weeds are gonna come to them. We all say we just get out there and get it done. And another thing is a lot of people get stuck in their own routes. They sold this person's doing that. We like to try things if doesn't work fell great. We'll do another one. But just getting out there doing it consistently doing and everybody's saw you see a lot of people that get a sale. And then they don't know we're not going to go do hope in house next weekend because we got sailed on. No, let's keep going and get them get more and more and more. Okay. Anything you want to answer that something? We're actually just talking about with Adam. We just met him on the hallway. The just join clubs like Nixon floor Hockey League and ice Hockey League. And those are just places where we're not even going to make sales were just playing hockey with men and the next thing, you know, they find out you're a real estate agent and just comes up sort organically. And you already have a friendship that to start off on that. It's just it's so easy to start new business their business the business networking because again, if you're approaching this from a career perspective, you know, getting a network of people that know, you in what you do is helpful because you can't not let people know what you do. They'll never refer you business or work with you. If you if you hide what your profession is absolutely not also think if you try to attack people too much telling them that you're a real estate agent again, it just doesn't look as good as if you let the conversation start organically like we were saying just joined the hockey club joined the soccer club, whatever it is just have fun with the people, and I'm sure they'll end up finding out your real stage in one way or another. They get to know you as a person, and they get to in like you as a as a person a teammate, Akali, whatever it may be. And it goes I think to your point early on. In the conversation. Which was I like people I just like getting to know them and building a relationship and from there. That's the foundation on which I can build a business off of absolutely and. It'll be my always always bringing it up a rose branding ourselves. Like, you know, the the the sweaters were run out got teams Schultz. Right. Not around Remax. Classic stuff on it. Just so people can see a nasty questions about it already gentleman. Well, thanks so much to Nick and Mike Schultz team show sales associates with Remax classic and Plymouth for sharing what they're doing to service clients and grow their young professional business. It's always fun to have folks in that are passionate.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Is on spirits that this is something. It's like this thing sees us. It's like an on something horrible happened at that house wants Gavin. Yes. Something something's in the house making horrible things happen. I would love for Jared and showed it. I mean, I would love for a person to be able to fix it. Now, we have someone getting into the house. Hi, suspects two weeks. I mean. Right back. It was angry with us a used the energy to make us think we'd had a home invasion, and it terrified the life out of us. And it was saying to us you don't like it get out because this is my house, and I'm gonna do exactly what I'm going to. And there's nothing you anyone can do. Like the house. You know? It's like I mentioned since I left high because it's been occupied it occupied vaca- other people to try to bring people in the kinds of high says well and yet the house remained empty. Let's go to Cheryl gold bar Washington. Now, west of the Rockies high sheriff ahead. Thank you, George. Good evening Gavin. Hello, Sharon to you. I hope you won't. Angel angel. I need to get your next to me on March twenty third over here and have rich you have a mirror to my life. I've had the entities in the house with the boyfriend and the depression, and it's beyond anything. I haven't escaped yet. But what I would hear at night George since. I was in the medical field of energy. We have so much in common. I could hear the voices at once. Later in bed. You can hear the electric magnetic field holds the energy you guys anything bad holds the residue. So I was wondering have you. I'm sure you've had that before. But there's no way of Clinton either doing with it. I think you just have to leave it said. And what happens if you evoked the name of Jesus or anything like that? Does anything happen nothing? It's when the first time it was Clinton's. Thank you. I seconds excuse me in ninety seconds. But it only lasted a day. Okay. It wasn't a civilization, enter and countries high northern latitudes. And just say the Lesko. Finland Sweden Russia. You know, they get hit with these Jamaica. Nick schmaltz you an next storms compared to their top civilization. Anders troublesome, you know. And and they and those countries have usually already protected their grits against the naturally on P to the extent of the of the of the kind of phenomenon that they're used to experiencing the most of them except for Russia are prepared for a big big one. You know, the the big the original question is what do we do about this that that solution? That's in the plug up your personal computer that deals with lightning in effect. You just stealing up that same technology. The search has to be more powerful. Right. We've got the equipment the personnel to do this. Yeah. That's that's right interest. How did we get our society protected against lightning? Well, you know, when it comes to designing equipment now, it's just written into the engineering and books and the regulations that, hey, when you any kind of traffic system, you know, that that's really important it's important to could feel from lightning. It has to meet certain standards and certain criteria and industry doesn't even think about it. They just build the stuff that that standard. Well, that's what we've got to. We've just got to change the standard. So that one want to any three are all covered and that'll solve and the estimate. I heard from Bill forced to the couple of years ago was about two billion dollars to fix this and insulate the grid. Is that number still pretty constant? Yes. I that was decommissioned estimate back in nineteen. No, excuse me up to two thousand eight two thousand eight years later. So I, you know, cousin inflation, and like it might have gone up to three or four billion. But yeah. Two to four billion dollars would be enough to protect the electric grid. And can the president do this as an executive order? Yes. I think the president can you know, he can direct all the departments and agencies to to protect themselves and those parts of the critical infrastructures that they oversee the department of energy department homeland security, for example, you know, could you know, could and the most importantly, the Federal Energy Regulatory commission. You know, we're we're going to have these new standards we're going to and you guys you're gonna have to protect the electric grid communication systems because we're so electron IQ these days. Peter everything is done this way. Store. You can't go to an ATM. You can't do anything without electron IX anymore. That's right. And if the electronics are manufactured, we know from from decades of experience in the department of defense that when you design the EMP hardness into a system, it's part of the design before you even build it adds one percent to six percent the caught the system so for for one to six percent increase in the cost of critical electronic systems like transformers that run the power grid or the, you know, the semi conductors and other electromechanical systems in airplanes for a or your personal computer or your car. When wonder an additional one to six percent cost added to it. And you don't have to worry about ESPN is worth at Peter. We're going to take a quick break. We'll come back and take phone calls. So many people want to talk with you about this. And this possibility as we talk about protecting the power grid. We haven't given up we've been doing this for years with Peter pry and William force Jin f Michael we're not gonna stop. 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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Circuit. For for a brief moment to stop the lightning from damaging your personal computer used to have a little horse farm years ago in Illinois and on the roof of the house and the barns. We had lightning rods connected with a wire into the ground. So in case lightning ever hit in you know. So wouldn't you hit the house, but it would hit the it would hit the rod in power would go right down the wire and then ground right to the ground that was at that's right now and that lightning. That's that's what we call a p the kind of lightning the kind of pulse that we're afraid of from a nuclear weapon is called e one EMP, and the the pulse that were frayed of the sun is called E three m p and she'll to middle mid range free-trade frequency right between the two of them. And for the sun to really do it. It has to be an ex flair of a pretty big magnitude. Right. Well to the threatening civilization. Yes. Because we do have Jamaican medic storms happen all the time. Sure. Every year, you know, there was one in nineteen eighty nine called hydro Quebec storm that blackout half of. In Canada for ninety seconds, excuse me in ninety seconds. But it only lasted a day. Okay. It wasn't a civilization. Enter and countries, high northern latitudes and decide. Finland Sweden Russia. You know, they get hit these to make Nick schmaltz Jamaica storms, compared to, you know, they're absolutely station enters troublesome, you know, and and and those countries have usually already protected their grits against the naturally on P to the extent of the of the of the kind of phenomenon that they're used to experiencing the most of them except for Russia are prepared for a big big one. You know, the the big the original question is what do we do about this? I that that solution that's in the plug of your personal computer that deals with lightning. You know affect you. Just scaling up that same technology. The search has to be more powerful. Right. We've got the equipment the personnel to do this. Yeah. That's that's right. And and just. How did we get our society protected against lightning? Well, you know, when it comes to Chinese equipment now, it's just written into the engineering and end up books into regulations that, hey, when you build any kind of electric system, you know, that that that's really important it's important to could feel from lightning. It has to meet certain standards and certain criteria and industry doesn't even think about it. They just build the stuff that that standard. Well, that's what we've gotta do. We've just got to change the standard. So that you want to Andy three are all covered and that'll solve and the estimate. I heard from Bill forced to the couple of years ago was about two billion dollars to fix this and insulate the grid. Is that number still pretty constant? Yes. I that was decommissioned estimate back in nineteen. Oh, no, excuse me. Two thousand eight two thousand eight you know, some years later, so I like it might have gone up to three or four billion. But yeah. Two to four billion dollars would be enough to protect the electric grid and can the president do this as an executive order. Yes. I think the president can you know, he can direct all the departments and agencies to to protect themselves and those parts of the critical infrastructures that they oversee. So at the department of energy department homeland security, for example, you know, could you know, could and the most importantly, the Federal Energy Regulatory commission, which saying we're we're going to have these new standards, we're going, and you guys are gonna have to protect the electric grid communication systems. Because we're so electron these days, Peter, I mean, everything is done this way. Go to a store. You can't go to an ATM. You can't do anything without electronics anymore. That's right. And it's the electronics are manufactured. We know from from decades of experience in the department of defense that when you design the EMP hardness into a system, it's part of the design before you even build it adds one percent to six percent caught the system so for for one to six percent increase in the cost of critical electronic systems like transformers that run the power grid or the, you know, the semiconductors and other electromechanical systems airplanes for a or your personal computer or your car one. An additional one to six percent costs added to it. And you don't have to worry about ESPN is worth at. And we're going to take a quick break. We'll come back and take phone calls. So many people want to talk with you about this. And this possibility as retook about protecting the power grid. We haven't given up. We've been doing this for years with Peter pry and William force 'Jean, Michael Maalouf, we're.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Computer. I used to have a little horse farm years ago in Illinois and on the roof of the house and the barns. We had lightning rods connected with a wire into the ground. So in case lightning ever hit in you know, so wouldn't hit the house, but it would hit the it would hit the rod in power would go right down the wire and then ground right to the ground that was at that's right now and that lightning. That's that's what we call each William P the kind of lightning the kind of host that we're afraid of from a nuclear weapon is called e one EMP, and the the pulse that we're afraid of the sun is called E three m p and so two MP a middle mid range free-trade frequency right between the two of them. And and for the sun to really do it. It has to be an ex flair of a pretty big magnitude, right? Well to the to threaten civilization. Yes. You know, because we do have to magnetic storms happen all the time. Sure. Every year, you know, there was one in nineteen eighty nine called. Hydro-quebec storm that blacked out half of Canada for ninety seconds, excuse me in ninety seconds. But it only lasted day. Okay. It wasn't a civilization ender and countries that high northern latitudes and the state of Alaska. Finland Sweden Russia. You know, they get hit with these to make Nick schmaltz you make extorts compared to Carrington event. You know, they're civilization. Anders troublesome, you know. And and they and those countries have usually already protected their grits against the naturally. Mt. To the extent of the of the of the kind of phenomenon that they're used to experiencing the most of them except for Russia are prepared for a big big one. You know, the the big the to answer your original question is what do we do about this? I that that solution that's in the plug of your personal computer that deals with lightning in effect. You're just scaling up that same technology. The surge arrester has to be more powerful. Right. We've got the equipment that we've got the personnel to do this. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's right. And and just how did we get our society protected against lightning? Well, you know when it comes to designing equipment now. It's just. Written into the engineering and books and regulations that hey, when you build any kind of electronic system, you know, that that that's really important that's important that could feel from named it has to meet certain standards and certain criteria and industry doesn't even think about it. They just build the stuff to that standard. Well, that's what we've gotta do. We've just got to change the standard. So that e one e two and e three are all covered and that'll solve the whole problem. And the estimate I heard from Bill forced to the couple of years ago was about two billion dollars to fix this and insulate the grid is that number still pretty constant. Yes. I that was, you know, the commission estimate back in nineteen no excuse me, yet two thousand eight back in two thousand eight you know, some years later so cousin inflation, and like it might have gone up to three or four billion. But yeah. Two to four billion dollars would be enough to protect the electric grid and can the president do this. Executive order. Yes. I think the president can you know, he can direct all the departments and agencies to to protect themselves and those parts of the critical infrastructures that they overseen. So at the department of energy department of homeland security, for example, you know, could could and the most importantly, the Federal Energy Regulatory commission, which say. We're we're going to have these new standards, we're going, and you guys are going to have to protect the electric grid communication systems because we're so electron IQ these days. Peter everything is done this way. Store. You can't go to an ATM. You can't do anything without electron IX anymore. That's right. And if the electronics are manufactured, we know from from decades of experience in the department of defense that when you design the MP hardness into a system, it's part of the design before you even build it. It'll be niche one percent to six percent to the cop system. So for for one to six percent increase in the cost of critical electronic systems like transformers that run the power grid or the, you know, the semi conductors and other electromechanical systems in airplanes for a or your personal computer or your car? One wonder an additional one to six percent cost added to it. And you don't have to worry about ESPN is worth and Peter. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and take phone calls. So many people wanna talk with you about this in this possibility as we talk about protecting the power grid. We haven't given up we've been doing this for years with Peter pry and William force gen f Michael we're.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Circuit. For a brief moment to stop the lightning from damaging your personal computer used to have a little horse farm years ago in Illinois and on the roof of the house and the barns. We had lightning rods connected with a wire into the ground. So in case lightning ever hit in you know, so wouldn't hit the house, but it would hit the it would hit the rod in power would go right down the wire and then ground right to the ground that was at that's right now and that that lightning. That's that's what we call each William P the kind of lightning the kind of pulse that we're afraid of from a nuclear weapon is called e one EMP, and the the pulse that we're afraid of the sun is called E three until you get to middle mid range frequency right between the two of them for the sun to really do it. It has to be an ex flair of a pretty big magnitude. Right. Well to the to threaten civilization. Yes. You know, because we do have to magnetic storms happen all the time. Sure every year, you know, there was one in nineteen eighty nine called hydro Quebec storm that blackout half of Canada for ninety seconds, excuse me in ninety seconds. But it only lasted a day. Okay. It wasn't a civilization, enter and countries high northern latitudes. And the state of Alaska Finland Sweden Russia. You know, they get hit with these she'll make Nick schmaltz, Nick storms compared to trying to defend, you know, their absolution hinders their troublesome. You know, and and they and those countries have usually pre already protected their grits against the naturally on P to the extent of the of the of the kind of phenomenon that they're used to experiencing the most of them except for Russia aren't prepared for a big big one. You know, the the big the the to answer your original question is what do we do about this? That that solution. That's in the plug up your personal computer deals with like, you know, in effect. You're just scaling up that same technology the search arrest or has to be more powerful. Right. We've got the equipment. We've got the personnel to do this. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's right. And and and just how do we get our society protected against lightning? Well, you know when it comes to detain inequality. Now, it's just written into the engineering and books and the regulations that, hey, when you build any kind of electronic system, you know, that that that's really important could feel from lightning. It has to meet certain standards and certain criteria and industry doesn't even think about it. They just build the stuff to that standard. Well, that's what we've gotta do. We've just got to change the standard. So that one eighty two and three are all covered and that'll solve the whole problem. And the estimate I heard from Bill a couple of years ago was about two billion dollars to fix this and insulate the grid is that number still pretty constant. Yes. I that was you know, the commission estimate back in nineteen no excuse me yet. Two thousand eight back in two thousand eight you know, some years later, so, you know, cousin inflation, and like it might have gone up to three or four billion. But yeah. Two to four billion dollars would be enough to protect the electric grid can the president do this as an executive order. Yes. I think the president can you know, he can direct all the departments and agencies to to protect themselves and those parts of the critical infrastructures that they oversee. So at the department of energy department of homeland security, for example, you know, could could and the most importantly, the Federal Energy Regulatory commission, which we're we're going to have these new standards, we're going, and you guys are gonna have to protect the electric grid communication systems. Because we're so electron these days. Peter everything is done this way. Store. You can't go to an ATM. You can't do anything without electronics anymore. That's right. And if the electronics are manufactured, we know from from decades of experience in the department of defense that when you design the EMT hardness into a system, it's part of the design before you even build it. It'll be niche one percent to six percent, the call the system so for for one to six percent increase in the cost of critical electronic systems like transformers that run the power grid or the, you know, the semi conductors and other electromechanical systems in airplanes for a or your personal computer or your car. One wonder an additional one to six percent cost added to it. And you don't have to worry about ESPN is worth at Peter. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and take phone calls. So many people want to talk with you about this. And this possibility as we talk about protecting the power grid. We haven't given up we've been doing this for years with Peter pry and William force Jin.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I used to have a little horse farm years ago in Illinois and on the roof of the house and the barns. We had lightning rods connected with a wire into the ground. So in case lightning ever hit in you know. So wouldn't you hit the house, but it would hit the it would hit the rod in power would go right down the wire and then ground right to the ground that was at that's right now, and that that light named. That's that's what we call a to the kind of lightning the kind of pulse that we're afraid of from a nuclear weapon is called E one EMP, and the the pulse that we're afraid of the sun is called e three m p and so two MP is a middle mid rave free-trade frequency right between the two of them in for the sun to really do it. It has to be an ex flair of a pretty big magnitude. Right. Well to the to threaten civilization. Yes. You know, because we do have Jamaican medic storms happen all the time. Sure every year, you know, there was one in nineteen eighty nine called hydro Quebec storm that blacked out half of Canada for ninety seconds, excuse me ninety seconds. But it only lasted a day. Okay. It wasn't a civilization, enter and countries high northern latitudes. And the state of Alaska. Finland Sweden Russia. You know, they get hit with these to make Nick schmaltz Jamaica storms compared to current event. You know, they're not civilization. Anders troublesome, you know. And and they and those countries have usually already protected their grits against the naturally on t to the extent of the of the of the kind of phenomenon that they're used to experiencing the most of them except for Russia prepared for a big big one. You know, the the big the answer your original question is what do we do about this? I that that solution that's in the plug of your personal computer that deals with like, you know, in effect. You're just scaling up that same technology the search arrest or has to be more powerful. We've got the equipment got the personnel to do this. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's right. And and and just. How did we get our society protected against lightning? Well, you know, when it comes to design inequality now, it's just written into the engineering and and books and the regulations that, hey, when you build any kind of electric system, you know, that that's really important could feel from lightning has to meet certain standards and certain criteria and industry doesn't even think about it. They just build the stuff that that standard. Well, that's what we've gotta do. We've just got to change the standard. So that one two and three are all covered and that'll solve the whole and the estimate I heard from Bill forced in a couple of years ago was about two billion dollars to fix this and insulate the grid. Is that number still pretty constant? Yes. I that was decommissioned estimate back in nineteen. No, excuse me. Two thousand eight back in two thousand eight you know, some years later so cousin inflation like it might have gone up to three or four billion. But yeah. Two to four billion dollars would be enough to protect the electric grid can the president do this as an executive order. Yes. I think the president can you know, he can direct all the departments and agencies to to protect themselves and those parts of the critical infrastructures that they oversee. So at the department of energy department of homeland security, for example, you know, could you know, could and the most importantly, the Federal Energy Regulatory commission, which say we're going to have these new standards we're going to and you guys you're gonna have to protect the electric grid communication systems because we're so electronic these days. Everything is done this way. Go to a store. You can't go to an ATM. You can't do anything without electron IX anymore. That's right. And if the electronics are manufactured, we know from from decades of experience in the department of defense that when you design the EMT hardness into a system, it's part of the design before you even build it. It'll be one percent to six percent the cost the system. So for for one to six percent increase in the cost of critical electronic systems like transformers that run the power grid or the, you know, the semi conductors and other electromechanical systems in airplanes for a or your personal computer adds one or your car. One wonder an additional one to six percent costs added to it. And you don't have to worry about ESPN is worth and Peter. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back and take phone calls. So many people want to talk with you about this. And this possibility as we talk about protecting the power grid. We haven't given up. We've been doing this for years with Peter pry and William force, John,.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"They are very off the biggest. Careful careful now the biggest former cage to the American people are these people. Okay. Let me tell you something. Jimmy, let me tell you what areas. Do you drive drive all over the country? Do you drive a few states? What do you do drive all over the country right now, I'm coming out of West Virginia? Maryland. Well, you know, the weather's gonna start changing a little while you better, be careful. That's fine. I'm not worried about that. Don't worry about the weather. You know what? You know, what I worry about other people driving when I'm driving. Couple of months ago when I was driving from north jersey back Virginia, I went through a back way. And apparently, it's the way truckers go. There were want one eighteen Wheeler after another after another after another after another and I pulled over to a Burger King and. Just the nicest guys a couple of even came up to me just the nicest guys in the world. I want to thank you. I think we have a lot of truckers are listening to this program. Hi, this is President Mr Trump. God bless you. Thank you for you to and I don't get enough credit in support Belichick American people behind you on this. Okay. Because now you just took the man and the play off the democrat. Fake, Nick, schmaltz Pelosi. Thomas people I've ever seen. My friend. I appreciate it. Looks like there's breaking news Muller. Debunks the BuzzFeed store you want to see if you can find that Mr. producer. Yeah. Well, maybe they got a little nervous because I felt that a leak investigation should occur in the Muller office. But let's make sure I'm seeing headlines on the TV screen, and I gotta make sure this stuff's accurate. So if it's a story Muller debunks, the BuzzFeed story, we'll see. And I I would argue that part of the reason, and they never do that they allow these rumors to go on and on is because I have been demanding from the department of Justice that they go ahead and give lie detector tests to Mr. Muller and his staff to find out because if they're documents if there's texts if there's emails that they're being read into this one and the other one that means it's coming from Mahler's office. It can't be coming from any other place. The media ran with this all day long..

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"They are very off the biggest. All right, careful careful now. The biggest former cage to the American people are these people. Let me tell you something. Jimmy, let me tell you what areas. Do you drive a new travel over the country? Do you drive a few states? What do you do Dr? Drive all over the country right now, I'm coming out of West Virginia to Maryland. Well, you know, the weather's gonna start changing a little while you better, be careful. That's fine. I'm not worried about that from every don't worry about the weather. You know what? You know, what I worry about other people driving when I'm driving. Couple of months ago when I was driving from north jersey back to Virginia. I went through a back way. And apparently, it's the way truckers go. There were want one eighteen Wheeler after another after another after another after another and I pulled over to a Burger King and. Just the nicest guys a couple of even came up to me just the nicest guys in the world. I want to thank you. I think we have a lot of truckers are listening to this program. This is for a President, Mr Trump. God bless you. We thank you for you to. And I don't think you get enough. Support Belichick your American people behind you on this. Okay. Because now you just took the man and the pike. It's in the off the democrat fake. Nick, schmaltz Pelosi to your show. People I've ever seen. All right, my friend. I appreciate it. Looks like there's breaking news Muller. Debunks the BuzzFeed store you want to see if you can find that Mr. producer. Yeah. Well, maybe they got a little nervous because I felt that a leak investigation should occur in the Muller office. But let's make sure I'm seeing headlines on the TV screen, and I gotta make sure this stuff's accurate. So if it's a story Muller debunks, the BuzzFeed story, we'll see. And I would argue that part of the reason, and they never do that they allow these rumors to go on and on is because I had been demanding from the department of Justice that they go ahead and give lie detector tests to Mr. Muller and his staff to find out because if they're documents if there's texts if there's emails if they're being read into this one and the other one that means it's coming from Mahler's off his can't be coming from any other place. The media ran with this all day.

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"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"nick schmaltz" Discussed on WGN Radio

"About joining this organization. This franchise. Chicago blackhawks. It's one of the best organizations in the league. It's been around for a long time and. Are they have a history of winning here? Or that awesome. Although on your chest. I was where that at North Dakota. And it kind of brings me back to those roots and. Know, it's it's just a it's a great organization. They give us their plays very well near the traditional winning here. So it's definitely special organization. Happy to be part of it. And that reference to schmaltz and Luke Johnson was the fact that he was a teammate of those two on the North Dakota 2016 NCWA championship team for which could ULA was named the most outstanding player of the frozen four. As a matter of fact, he was on the CBS line could ULA brought Besser Nick schmaltz that was the top line. Four North Dakota in route to that 2016 national championship could you tonight and his Blackhawks debut, eleven minutes nine seconds on the sheet. He had two shots on goal. Three hits. Also had. Eight face offs in all he won only two of those face offs, which here, Jeremy Carlton, very pleased with his Blackhawks debut, and he thinks he could handle some Senator responsibilities for the Blackhawks down the road with a little improvement. Obviously the other part of that with the move yesterday that could you Lezak today was that Dylan's occur and address Martensson were each sent down to Rockford. Let's now take a look at the Blackhawks top minor league team with the Rockford files. Sponsored by xfinity xfinity delivers the fastest internet with the best in home wifi experience. Call click or visit and experience store today and Sukur and Martensson each played in today's ice hogs game against Iowa in Rockford. They each picked up an assist in a sixty two victory. The ice hogs finally getting some offense. They have the second fewest goals in the AHL right now. But all felt a little bit better. They have phoned his six in that central division. But they beat the first place team in the Iowa wild today. So the ice hogs now sixteen fifteen three and four. Before the season the big star that game as the ice. Hawks scored three in the second and three in the third was Jacob Nielsen who was recently sat down from the big club ear after getting a couple of games with the hawks. He scored a hattrick is eighth ninth and tenth goals of the season. The other goal scores were a Luke Johnson as well as Anthony Lewis who added to assist Andrew Campbell had the other marker for the I saw Jordan Schrader added to assist so the ice hawks a six two victory over Iowa. When we come back on the Blackhawks post game show, you know, the hawks already had beaten, Pittsburgh, five to three. What about the rest of the NHL? We'll take a spin through next on seven twenty WGN. Remember,.

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