6 Burst results for "Ninety Four Months"
Entrepreneur on FIRE
"ninety four months" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"John say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with. Hey welcome fire nation. Great to be back here. I've been told as my third time. Here it's got to put me in like at least the mid ranks your top twenty five of the show top twenty five all right awesome so the. I'm not sure that everybody does believe this. But i one of the things. I find challenging. Is that a lot of people. Don't believe that you get to define what sex success meets. And in fact you have to because it is only going to be success if it is the thing that you defined the thing that brings you joy. The thing that that means something to you and using other people's metrics is going to bring you nothing but heartache completely agree i mean i have found my version of success by the way a lot of people disagree with i mean i've been publishing my income reports for ninety four months in a row. Now guess what i've been plateau city. I've been making a couple of million a year. You know just most of that net profits and like to me. I'm like that's enough. And i get people all the time. Well where's your twenty percent forty percent sixty percent year over year growth. I'm like i'm not willing to work five to ten times harder for two to three times more money. That's not the kind of business looking to run. I have found my version of success. I wish you the best luck finding yours and you need to find fire nation for you would eventually. He's going to be enough because a lot of people never find enough and then they just build something. They didn't even know what they've built. But that's a longer conversation for later topic.
Interesting If True
"ninety four months" Discussed on Interesting If True
"So skip ahead to molly. Didn't know what was wrong with her trouble. That started with an aching tooth. Her dentist had pulled it. But then the next two started hurting and also had to be extracted and the place of the missing teeth agonizing ultra sprouted as dark flowers blooming red and yellow with blood and pus seeped constantly and made her breath foul then she suffered aching pains in her limbs. That were so agonizing. They eventually left her unable to walk. The doctor thought it was rheumatism. And center home with aspirin got damaged. You're just hysterical. Remember the time. And i'm not done with. This is not been the rough part yet by may nineteen twenty. Two molly was desperate at that point. She lost most routine and the mysterious infection had spread her entire lower jaw the re her mouth and even some of the bones of her ears were said to be one. Large abscessed jaw. Worse was to come know when her dentist prada delicately at her jawbone in her mouth to his horror and shock at broke against his fingers quote not by an operation but by merely putting his fingers in her mouth and lifting it out. Oh no no nope days later. Her entire lower jaw was removed way. No nobody wants to be roger. Ebert at this is. This is long before You know just medically induced comas. No she was there screaming the whole time. Yeah aspirin right now in a cocaine back they to on they had heroin morphine and heroin that was admitted by bear before that. Oh my god well. Yes so while poor. Molly was suffering through this nightmare. Her former co workers began to experience similar symptoms but their teeth and jaws while others began to be afflicted with leg and back pain so intense it practically mobilized them charter for you to take a break. Make more dial right dentists and physicians throughout the area. We're seeing young. Otherwise healthy women whose teeth jaws were literally falling apart or who had swollen inflamed joints and acute pain with no discernible. 'cause The connection to their jobs was made for some time as many long actually worked at the factories because they pretty quickly got married and started families. You're a gradient woman literally and a lot of them were laid off when the war ended. So you didn't have that need for all that other stuff. So i'm so as doctors began to suspect an occupational 'cause many postulated phosphorus poisoning was the culprit with the thinking companies. Were using it and the paint secretly because of course radium. Certainly not the reason because let's safe. Well they knew phosphorus was bad because they'd been using it before and did they know it was radiation when there was death of them. Did i think probably the french. Because that's what they were dealing with here in. Our country are putting in our toothpaste and jock straps. Yeah we jesus birkin's and If the is good. Moore's better so Exposure to phosphorus as a matter of fact does have similar symptoms to radium poisoning and it was caused by the paint. So there on the right track. They were just thinking. The company was using phosphorus and not telling ingredient stated ingredient was the issue. Because that's so. Yeah so the doctors are kind of starting to get at least a general idea but meanwhile time had run out for poor molly mattia good for her final reminder. The jaw thing happened in may. And this is now september September twelve ninety. Four month this along four-month especially without a jaw an a melty face. This is another excerpt from the book. The strange infection that had plagued molly maja for less than a year spread to the tissues of her throat. The disease slowly eight. Its way through her jugular vein and at five pm on september twelfth. Nineteen twenty two. Her mouth was suddenly flooded with blood as she hemorrhaged so fast. Her nurse could not staunch it. Jesus she died at twenty four twenty four while miserably to yeah and use their own blood bath. God he took over a bit by then she also was jealous and she couldn't walk so by the point. That was a mercy. Yeah so more and more of the ghost girls began to fall ill. Many were close friends and maintain contact even after ending employment so it didn't take long for them to notice that something terrible is happening and that having worked as a dial painter was the common denominator as more of their friends. Second and died. The women's still healthy enough to do so petition. Their former employers state officials the department of labor anyone to investigate the use of the paint and it's health effects but sadly has these were women and mostly young and unmarried that little to nothing was done and they were mainly ignored adding to the indignity sued the absolute bafflement of what happened to her and believing she had lied when she said she was a good girl. Molly maggio's attending physician had ruled her cause of death as syphilis. What is known to take all your bones out Say it'll steal them in the night well the. Us arce used. This is proof. There was no work correlation. it's not radium. Now got a huge payoff. Yeah that's absurd even by yield definitions well and they also use it as a weapon. Whenever there was too much prying to slander. The girl i was like. Oh do you have syphilis to. Yeah they also hire their own quote unquote investigator. Who of course found nothing a mess at the factor isn't as hysterical. Women just need to calm down. Yeah they were just that state regulators hired by the people who stuff. They're regulating famously. On us so. Good news about the hysterics Shea is that they were short-lived. Yeah tech nearly two years for the area. Doctors and dentists finally began to talk with each other and compare notes and seeing an obvious correlation in early nineteen twenty four. They themselves began to petition those very same institutions that the women had been trying for but these were men doing it this time. Exactly guess what happened when dr men got involved ever. The problem went away by march of nineteen twenty four Yeah that sounds right. There was an independent investigation which was pretty much forced on the us. See another excerpt from the book quote unlike the company's on research into radium beneficient this study was independent and when the expert confirmed the leak between the radium and the women's. The president of the firm was outraged lugar instead of accepting the findings. He paid for new study published the opposite conclusion. Only god fake. News isn't as new as i thought it. Chicken just not real was remember. They weren't done with yellow journalism just yet now. It was yellow business. Actually we had always been say right. Business being didn't have any regulation back then. He also lied to the department of labor which had begun investigating about the verdict of the original report. What didn't they get it themselves. Well you trust for fella. Yeah he's white and rich well. There wasn't much government site either. So could they even have like the yeah so publicly. He denounced the women as quote trying to palm off their illnesses on the firm and decried their attempts to get some financial help for their mounting medical bills. Yeah that's last week. I mean god damn gold diggers radium bicker freedom. Diggers and so the women are practically back to square one. There's been an investigation but dick all came from it. Sure how high five with your melty face. The public still thought. Radio was the futuristic bee's knees. The company is controlled by solis. Monsters with more money than it should be legal and government oversight organizations all had their had their heads up their collective asses and their hands in the tilton more likely.
The Paul Finebaum Show
"ninety four months" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Eastern on espn. That they're going to be more meaningful than ever. I think the two thousand twelve at championship game or the. Oh eight or nine. Those are gonna talk to top in terms of meaning. But i do think the solution they came up with was was again another elegant one Where you say you can't get a by. You can't be one of those top four unless you're a conference champion so you know if you're sitting there at number three in the rankings. Going into the conference championship game. And you're pretty sure even if you lose you're gonna make the playoffs you're still not gonna take your foot off the pedal because you need to win to get that by and if you lose too badly you might just lose the by end the home game you would have had otherwise so you you gotta be pretty careful and i think that that makes it pretty tough and will say i forgot to say this all the other thing. That's interesting about the highest ranked. Fix conference champs. Is it takes away. The possibility of let's say you had a five loss. Division winner runs a really fluky upset in the conference championship game. That team still not making the playoffs. Now and i think that's one thing people kinda worried about. Maybe they found a way to basically eliminated a really good point talking to stapled any. We spent so much time over over the course of the season. The seasons speculating about coaches and their futures. It would seem on surface that this is going to be a boom for coaches. Getting to that playoff is so valuable. But we don't know because it's still it's still down the road but it's not quite as valuable as it was though is it. Follows goalposts move. That's how it works. I mean i had a coach suggests the twenty four team. Playoff to me. And i was like. I know why you're saying this because you think you make the playoffs. You keep your job but that only works for like a year. Like if you're if you're nick sabin right now. Making the fourteen playoff isn't enough. You have to win it every once in a while and he does but it. The expectation's always adjust. They're always fluid so just making the playoffs won't be good enough at certain places alabama ohio state close in just making the playoffs. We'll be the bare minimum. You can do you have to. You'll have to do more but there'll be other places where yes making the playoff. Every few years is exactly what you need to do. wisconsin i think would be a good example of that iowa was these good example of that In the sec. I think auburn's a good example of that They'll auburn makes it a couple of years in a row all of a sudden. It's better make it every year. Funny how that works at auburn came out of my mouth probably a bad. So so let's nick sabin. It seems like that's a requirement on this program. He gets the contract extension and unlike the two of us if we got a contract extension be celebrating right now with champagne savings just like okay. Wow that's a big deal but it was a big deal because of his age. And and i'm curious how that decision plays into the playoff decision. Because here's a guy that was there anyway every year but one. What do you think he's thinking right now about what we are talking about. This thing goes two weeks longer. It's going to be really hard to get back to recruiting and waste so much time. That he he all. He's doing because he's got. He's got the eighteen months calendar. Which i think. That's the the the set in stone. But he's probably got a preliminary ninety four months calendar like he's he's already trying to decide how much time he's going to have to devote to recruiting while still practicing for a third round playoff game and you know the the recruiting calendar which has already been criticized by some who are in those bowl games. I mean now. I mean i if unless something changes air india know. We're talking about that. What that wednesday Before christmas in december. I mean that's going to be leading right into or right out of some of these games isn't it. It's gonna be zoo. Fortunately all recruiting happens in june. At least you're right. You're absolutely right about that. Maybe just maybe just sees it change it after this and just say just do it all in june and then worry about everything else the rest of the year because that seems to be how it's going right now. I think recruiting is going to end up being like a bitcoin game. Where you just you make. Bids on on on crypto anyway. What a fantastic conversation When you were certainly banging the drum loudly for this and it turns out. You're pretty pricey must have been on that committee. I.
Strange Brew Podcast!
"ninety four months" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!
"No it shows a lot of cool footage from the seventies and what happened in the eighties with david berkowitz and it's very interesting. Because they go through all the seventy s and they've always footage is and where the capture him and stuff and we're eventually going to get in the sam so it's a good thing for you to watch but they're taking it like the way they like. You know took the richard mir's documentary. It's more based on the scary. Oh my god. Canadian satana called. It's just like they should have gone the back in the background and understand the serial killer before you make speculations go deep but it's not a bad thing but look how they kind of you know he when he went after the when he went to prison. And that's a he started a holy man. Now realize my mistakes noticed bunch. I could see that being a very easy cop-out for everybody to true. So eventually realized cameron was unable to give up his sadistic and sadomasochist and everything else cruel ways so she told her pastor about what happened. Because it's just it's always crazy to me to be religious. And i get it because that's where you find. Solitude is in that religion after you've done horrible things. But i always find people that are horrible to other people end up turning to religion or go to save myself rush. Maybe i shouldn't have done this in the first place. i think a lot of those are just. You don't have faith in yourself or faith in your parents so you need. You need someone to say like everyone needs a fucking hit in the back of the head when they're stepping out of line and that can be some people's hit in the back of the fucking ahead. I actually agree with that. Yeah so we're pastor encouraged her to contact law enforcement and on november eighteen thousand nine hundred ninety four months after colleen stands escaped from captivity authorities. Arrest cameron even though janice helped her husband capture call these stand and kept her in prison for like as a prisoner for seven years. She wasn't charged with the crime. Carla mocha six nine six nine snitching spa. I know literally while cameron was tried and convicted of several counts of kidnapping and sexual assault. The court granted janus full immunity because she agree to testify against him. Prosecutors believe cameras. Weren't they married that you can't you can't testify against married while they. I'll must've waived that right at that time. This is the seventies. Yeah you sure. That's a correct statement. There really. are you a lawyer actually do know that all one hundred percent correct statement right now but for the seventy. I don't know looking quick. Well like they tried. Camera was tried on and convicted of several counts of kidnapping and sexual assaults. The court's grand janice full immunity. Because of that she grew testified. He mentally and physically abused janice making it. Nearly impossible for her to defy her husband and stopped a horse that they made call in and doer. so all i can find for the seventy s and one lady said. She refused to do it so obviously it wasn't a law against it have a man confesses to his wife that he murdered somebody that could be. It could be the case that the spouse could not testify against her husband in court could if she choose but it sounds again. That's a lot of other great now specifically there's a there's a pretty serious case going on with say one of my friends families and their white can't the wife can't do anything even if she wanted to share power in the courtroom whatsoever if she went out and just screamed be stricken from the record. Goodbyes no it's not even like five. She's saying he did it. He did this horrible thing. Please lock them up there. I can't fucking acknowledged that all that's interesting so we wanted us canadian court systems because the united states say states might be different. I'm pretty. I always thought that was kind of like a north american thing so i guess when the during his trial and nine hundred ninety five the chance did reveal that her husband actually captured somebody else a nineteen year old maria elizabeth span hockey. That's how i'm going to pronounce it on january. Thirty first in nineteen seventy six year before the offered a ride colleen and the couple picked up. Elizabeth spent hockey spend whatever when she was hitchhiking in chico california chickasaw. I was kind of weird. Some of the states in the guy in tiktok canadian. He's a funny. I can't remember his handle whatever they call it nowadays but showed a male but he does that comedy ship based on he tries to fucking funny expunge hook and all these weird place. They ended up finding on the map. So that canadian is based off because they felt so bad about what they did to the indigenous people that start naming stuff after the orange. Now here he goes. Sorry died because brantford is based off joseph brant which was native american fellow and yeah so they just try to do that to cover up and abuse of indigenous people so the crazy thing is according to chance. They took the young woman home to their home when they had in red bluff and cameron physically harmed and eventually murdered elizabeth. Maybe she and comply what he was saying. And all that stuff like. How colleen kind of just submissive almost in those situations and might be a better idea because you might be able to survive that trauma dough might linger for a long time Put her body was never found in authority are not able to find evidence to actually prosecute cameron for elizabeth. Especially when they moved like. It's i know and it's it's hard to determine and get away with murder one person and it's ten years later like it might be a nuclear. I know a hard thing to do to because yeah because this is a long time. Yeah and the wife. I would think would be telling the truth. You never know you never know if she just wants to make sure he stays locked up for a long time. But i don't i'm not. I probably did do it so so. Despite being convicted of multiple counts of kidnapping and assault in one thousand nine hundred five. He was sentenced to more than one hundred years in prison for his crimes. Cameron was given a parole hearing. And two thousand fifteen. The state of california has approved program for elderly inmates to allow prisoners over the age of sixty took request a parole after. They assert twenty-five years of their sentence. However that paul parole board deny cameras request and he will not be eligible for another hearing until the year. Twenty thirty and he will be seventy six. And you won't you won't get it. It will just be like the thing it's like. Here's your parole hearing. I know we offered it back. But i always find funny. How many years they did give charles manson court like. Yeah man you like. you don't need more. Stand the complex things of my mind. I traveled through dimensions. You hear you court people you even understand what is going on the world. They have corrupt corporations need would just like go like crazy literally and he would never be like three. I've seen a lot of the footage of it when we talk about him. I'll probably play somebody. I just it's just crazy. How he would just like he. He would talk to almost like fifty seconds staring at me and i love chills. Manson still though how love him as a character in a humane society love. I just find his character interest.
Big Fellas Basketball
"ninety four months" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"On this podcast. You'll learn from professional players coaches and executives from all over the world and see the court and a brand new way and now joining you courtside your gen z host. John hart phyllis how you doing great. Thank you hope you're doing well awesome. Thank you so much for coming on the show. It's really an have you want. And it's it's a pleasure kinda just break into to all the things you've done in your career and kind of just what that looks like for for the next generation. They can kind of from that shirt happy. They're talking about whatever you want. Learn basketball right on yet. Awesome so thinking about kind of maybe taking it a little bit back to. Maybe where you start. I'm sure maybe somebody we'd ask that all the time. But i'm curious as to maybe where that passion for you maybe started from. I mean obviously baffles. Been your life to this point. What really was the was. The catalyst willie sparked your interest in it before You know honestly i. I wish there was a really cool clever answer. But the truth is a graduate. College wasn't sure if highlands Grad school in psychology or pursue a writing career. I was actually running football time. Offer job to annoy in chicago for a big football college football magazine that some rather graduated from my university of florida in nineteen eighty-seven. I best super hot blond. That was a sophomore in college. I just graduated high school and maybe trying to see if she might be interested in me. And that's it a little bit of time. I was offered a coaching job that summer. As well locally. I live in clearwater has offered a job in saint pete and i thought well hang around. Ab i get hurt. At what date me when. I started coaching. I definitely liked working with my players. Most my kids were from some pretty rough area. The project area. The and i love kids. The girl ended up starting a date. Me back tober. July six eighty seven by late october. We were dating. I realized you know. I i like hanging out with a lot and i'm actually pretty good. Coaching thing i played for is foco. Su who was not a fun to play for definitely taught me a lot. And so i was able to teach a lot of what i learned from him and then just jerk like he was he might be a jerk and then after a while. I realized i might be able to do this well. And she continued on a date me. So we're married thirty one years now and i've been coaching visiting. She'd never she never known me. Release anything but a coached side of my first year of coaching was the euro. Started getting my future wife. But i want to be good at it so i started studying a lot and i took. It turned out that. I do have an ability to study for a longer time and not get bored. I think my passions more about working with people inspiring young people helping them reach. Their dreams is pretty fun but challenges of sport is very tough. I think that part is more treatment. Just the game itself and it turns out. I i like the game does i can watch. I can't watch basketball too easily. I can watch their basketball. That's worked out for deputy dawson. I mean thank you so much for sharing that. Because it's it's interesting maybe you don't get out of time. But that's that's a story that made a lot of people can relate to. I mean i showed. Maybe having had that yet. But i i would hope that. Maybe that's kind of similar pattern me to hop lawn and in and turns it into something like that so that's pretty well let me just go further on just for anyone. That's listening this young. I listened to a baseball player. It he this was a few years ago. He was like forty. He was at a major things idea lebatardshow. I don't follow baseball and apparently a very famous baseball players. Making a ton of money and libertad made a comment too about being a baseball player like that. Dna said actually basketball player. But i just wasn't good basketball. I wasn't baseball and i could not have maybe. Nba for what year. Much less played professional for decade plus. I haven't baseball. And so i that's a lot of us. We have to find something got. Were good at that. We can be successful at that. We liked it. Doesn't necessarily have to be the most moving thing to us right. You might be someone who really loves to paint or two sculptor a right but if no wanted to pay you for those things to be your hobby right unified something that you've got some proficiency at that you liked working at all. This is a craft that has to be studied practice. Has some you enjoy doing it than you like. Most we could all get paid for eating ice cream. We all be a bunch of having ice cream but it doesn't pay the bill so you got something that you like to do that. You really good at you. Love most fisher of some great advice. In and i'm curious so you are. Were able to do what you like to do in terms of basketball and you're credited by many as being kind of a first basketball skills trainer some chris meeting up everything that you of maybe portraying until you started. What did he really looked like it. Kind of becoming that and making what was could have been a hobby Really your main thing so that was easier answer. So when i was a young coach. I was twenty two. I played a lot still played every day in college and graduated. I now hide your head. Coaching job at key to the gym and there was a really good player. Had from high school that was was playing locally and a lot of my eyes franson went on way college. Three or four came back litany area up every weekend for that and me way and i don't even know what happened her. I just remember like could be working my players out on the weekends and zones not playing pickup ads and gm and started training. My isolates learning how to teach the game. That bellamy really became a special permit with my own players. And then what happened. Is i left teaching coaching i. I didn't want to be college notes. I didn't know how marriage give it a handle that my wife just reached there'd be finding i- wednesdays right. Brands are struggling with their marriage. Whatever i started doing like tv commentary locally sizable games and local. Your golf games meeting a lot of people would say hey. Can you would be in the summertime. You said work sonacare And we can't think of outta my Girlfriend that y you know. June when season ended. And then i see you're on week. Hansen sunny priority gone working so can't store all over. America met a lot of people doing that. And so call me asking power to help your neighbors e a game calling the game for tv. And they were they would ask. I would work player. And i realize there's there's going on here so that's not really my first rain against oregon. You asked me your kids. And i realize i could charge them for. Nobody was doing in basketball. They were doing a doll. tennis golf. protests were not basketball trainer. So yeah i was nineteen ninety three ninety four month. I students my desk guys. I really high major players who were software that china is school and no one saw him as even low level college players charge twenty five bucks an hour. What again saw me four days a week. Basic kid who ended by carolina in florida to guards when went to florida with dating the best players in area nells now then things to call. And you're we're gonna come on seventy five kids. I was working with from the area and over time. It's uncertain basle caves now considered to be very solid specialists. And the only one.
Radio Fajri 99.3FM
"ninety four months" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM
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