22 Burst results for "Nyberg"

"nyberg" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"nyberg" Discussed on Racing Rundown: A Horse Racing Podcast

"But you know just enough. Enough cannot be said about a central quality. He's just such. He's the best in my opinion. The best non triple crown winner that we've had since kirwin and you know that's not the that that's putting him ahead of some very strong horses but i- gen- genuinely believed that and now it's just been really fun to watch him throughout the course of his career because all he does is win all he does is find a way absolutely absolutely. I can't think of a more adaptable horse. In my lifetime. Wanting racing horseshoe no matter the circumstances In terms of setup does really in terms of race setup or that can do this horse can do. He can send a close second. We've seen it in like a bluegrass and the breeders church where there's no pace in the race. And somebody needs to be the enforcer to ensure you know equality raise for themselves. He he can do. You can go sit that close second. And there's a lot of pace in c can take back. He did it in the south west and the breeders cup juvenile and right here midnight. Bergen should've been loans. Beat any other horse is in this racing at midnight bourbon midnight bourbon race by sticks but essential qualities. Able to be that enforcer that pace presser and he's able to do the things he does find a way that's all his horse does it has been so fun to watch and at this point. Let's just. I had so much fun watching this horse. Over skirts halley. He's out there in my mind with michael foes and my mouth at but injuries horse. I'm gonna look back. Your ally in my heart is a lot like beholder horse. I appreciate it a ton during their career and then once they were no longer racing like my goodness am. I really ever gonna see a horse. Louis do the things that they did. I don't know if that'll be the case I think that'll be the case with a horse like the central quality. Because i just. I love race dynamics ray setups in analyzing how races go down and He's been such a treat to watch because of what he's able to do In terms of bracing thrown his way in giving his best shot no matter. What so truly just awesome raised that he put on whitman nyberg midnight. Bourbon such a fighter. He's going to be an incredibly good for your next year I mean we know what's we send can do with good older horse and i have a good feeling diversity. He's just kind of wait on him next year. Sure that satisfied with what's gone on in twenty twenty one twenty. Two twenty two could be a really big year for that and then saint can go for miles such lightly race towards to finish in front of four stakes winners in behind the three of them being graded In intuit in with such little experience yourself Just shows you how classy he is And he's put his best move forward in every single star. He's another one time developments going to be his best friend. We're gonna be looking at another nice world heading into next year so no matter what. This was a fun race. Can't wait to see what all these horse do for the rest of their careers. And now we're gonna move onto recapping the racist from this week and i do just want to say one more thing. Just we don't have time to analyze the race. But i will give out just because we did talk about the pat o'brien. The winner of that race was generally and also a race that we also previewed from travers preview episode that was the charlestown classic which was won by art collector so to racism. We're not gonna have time to recap. But i will just mention the winners of those racism. We'll move onto the closing weekends at saratoga del mar. We'll start off with saturday at saratoga feature to grade one. Races amongst other graded stakes races mentioned two winners of the other graded stakes races at the end of talking about the great ones at saratoga but another horse that has been very very fun to watch this year and it's just been so consistent. Consistency is something that i really enjoy seeing. This is a race that before we were before the race when we were previewing this in the failed record we thought that this was the shakiest race that we're like god. It's going to face all year. We're talking about the flower bowl. The first of the two great ones. We thought that this was the shakiest race that she was going to to run and in terms of pay set. But i said that it doesn't matter with her because she's gonna find a way every single time that find a way factor and you can't rate that in horse but we're like goddess has it. She had it in the races that ran in earlier in the year in the orchestra and the bewitch stakes and pays set up didn't matter with warlike goddess in this race. You know they. They went to the russians. Were relatively moderate on paper but it didn't honestly did not. I did not matter with her. This is just warlike oddest showing. How good of a female race where she is. And you know you look at that one. Start in the very one which was a ton of things went wrong for her. It doesn't matter a that racist irrelevant. She is a four. she's won four straight rated stakes races now. A grade one winner and there is no debate anymore. She is the best female. Racehorse are on the turf going these rob distances and you know it's unfortunate that there's not really too much in terms of Races.

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What Does AI-Enabled Work Look Like?

Artificial Intelligence in Industry

01:12 min | 9 months ago

What Does AI-Enabled Work Look Like?

"Sapir glad to have you back with us. And we're talking about serving approach to thinking about ai that actually a little bit different than we've covered on previous episodes which is to say. What is it day in. The life like of someone who's able to be a enabled in their job. This important people need to know what it's gonna feel like what changes in. Look like an understand that beginning to the specifics. I'd love to get a sense of what a business user is you. I know you think about two main types of business users may be particularly though. That's a good question. A good starting point as well. And we'll i there's a lot of discussion around. Wear the business analysts. The future is what they're going to look like right eating from an educational perspective but but really we think about someone who is a subject matter rex again. It could be someone who's in a marketing al's say it'd be someone who's in supply chain logistics business auction subject matter expert and then someone who works with data on a daily basis right. Maybe they used typically data already to make decisions at this kind of your your prototypical. Serve of that persona if you will raise us in our predictive capabilities.

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"nyberg" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"nyberg" Discussed on WTOP

"It was written and performed in our area late 1970 Disa musicians Bill down often, Taffy Nyberg. We're driving to a family reunion in Gaithersburg. There were tossing out lyrics as they were on what was then too late, Unwinding flopper road and when they started almost heaven. At first, it was gonna be Massachusetts. They just didn't like the vibe, so they used West Virginia instead. Local singer from writer lead, Jaffe says John Denver loved the song. The couple was working on Denver debuting December 30th 1970 at Cellar Door and Georgetown. It was a five minute standing ovation. The walls were vibrating. I thought of the club was going to implode near log unstained. W T o p. New money news Next 9 54. All your food is out there. I'm unwrapping a McDonald's steak, egg and cheese bagel. Look at this steak and the juice running down the side. Got a little bit on the wrapper here and then the fluffy egg and real cheese photo was side looking Just so good. Mm. Grilled onions on a buttered bagel. Two thumbs up from McDonald's steak, egg and cheese bagel for breakfast. Love it, Hmm. More bop a bop. I participate in McDonald's. We begin today is meditation with the few sipping exercises to remind us a little treat can go a long way. So pick up your McAfee iced coffees, Close your eyes and deep sip in and deep satisfaction.

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"nyberg" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"nyberg" Discussed on WTOP

"Caused many of us to change our holiday plans, of course, but a group in Alexandria has found a way for some kids to get gifts and see Santa. We have a lot of partnerships and people that sort of support us in different ventures throughout the year, and so a lot of them sort of came forward to us and said, like, Hey, Are you still going to do it? What can we do to help gain LDS has been involved with the Winter wonderland for 10 of the last 11 years. And she says parents were grateful the event was still able to take place. People are just really happy that we were able to do anything and that they just so desperately wanted Tioga something and they couldn't afford it. So this was a nice way for them to be able to get some gifts for their kids. The Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority will provide gifts 4000 Children this year. Andrea Cameron w T o P. News. It's 10 52. No mama well later this month marks 50 years since the debut of one of music's most identifiable songs. It was written and first performed here in our area late 1970, DC Musicians Bill down often, Taffy Nyberg. We're driving to a family reunion and Gaithersburg. They were tossing out lyrics as they were on what was then too late, unwinding. Offer road and when they started almost heaven. At first, it was going to be Massachusetts. They just didn't like the vibe, so they used West Virginians step. Local singer from Rutter led, Jaffe says John Denver loved the song. The couple was working on Denver, debuting December 30th 1970 at Cellar Door and Georgetown. It was a five minute standing ovation. The walls were vibrating. I thought of the club was going to implode. Log unstained. W T O P news. Very cool story. They're coming up next in money news. The markets are sharply lower. DC's biggest employer is still hiring. I'm Jeff Global 10 54. Hi, it's Rita Kessler for MP 1 80. The D. C area is gold standard.

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"nyberg" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"nyberg" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The disease continues to spread and running on the nursing homes. Some homes that have dealt with more than 100 cases in the spring now seeing new ones starting to pop up others that were untouched throughout the first waves of the disease and now dealing with their first outbreaks to is the state braces for the fall. According to James Nyberg, who's Thie, director of the leading age Rhode Island, which represents nonprofit nursing homes and assisted living facilities in Rhode Island, he said they've done Just everything humanly possible to keep it out. It's just that the insidious nature of this virus it makes it return. So, like Rhode Island in general nursing homes are seeing an overall uptick in cases after a summer law. Now. In the two weeks leading up to Wednesday of last week, the state reported at least 70 new cases among nursing home residents. That's according to the Department of Health data, and that's more than double The number reported over the two week span leading up to August. The 12th I'm sure governor will be addressing this in her weekly covert 19 press conference. And that's coming up on Wednesday. Wells are drying up across southern New England. As I just mentioned we are parched to say the least. But there are some solutions being bandied about in here is r. J hime from NBC 10 What the lack of significant rainfall call to Jon Lenny's well in water company have doubled since last year. At this time theory, Jinnah ll well that only went 5 ft below ground. At this historic house in Western carpentry is being replaced at a cost of $9000 because of the drought.

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"nyberg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"nyberg" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To him may that be with you okay all right Tim Nyberg one of the nation's celebrated duct tape guys coming up on realistic today you're out there settle talking to the closing attorney passing documents back and forth all on your computer screen there is literally a component of asking the documentation from a drag and drop method from the closer to the buyer or borrower to review that's next on our special show shelter from the storm got an iPhone iPad or apple homepod you can listen to real estate today anytime at all just say played a realistic today podcast every day doctors without borders teams confront hard facts and conflict in crisis so when others might look away we step into act because measles still kills more than a hundred thousand children every year later today worldwide including those affected by the current outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo because half of all maternal deaths occurred during delivery or within twenty four hours we just did more than one point four million births around the world including care for new mothers in Afghanistan because some countries only have one or two mental health professionals we offer counseling and clinical care.

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Seattle Archbishop: After protests, Kennedy High president put on leave of absence

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Seattle Archbishop: After protests, Kennedy High president put on leave of absence

"News the president of Kennedy Catholic high school will take a leave of absence for at least the remainder of the school year that announcement similar they're sent to parents yesterday we get the update from commerce Tammy Mutasa now the letter says the Seattle archbishop has appointed father Brian delaski as the interim president the archbishop also sent out a letter saying he's creating a special task force to look at how Catholic schools stay faithful to their mission in a dramatically changing world and the broader community now here's what that statement said in part my credo is a highly respected teacher and it is our desire to support him during this challenging time please continue praying for him the faculty and staff and the entire Kennedy Catholic community controversy has swirled around the school following the resignations of two teachers over their same sex relationships that in turn led to protests Shawn Nyberg is the fiancee of one of the former Kennedy teachers since he sent us a statement that said in part quote well personnel changes were long overdue the primary issue has been and still remains that the Seattle archdiocese uses their morality clause to justify disciplinary action against LGBTQ persons while ignoring other violations of Catholic

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"nyberg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on KOMO

"School we love the teachers at the school but we need to change from the administration is just not enough conclusion as out of equity amongst the students students and parents are planning a big rally for next Saturday March seventh in the meantime the high school did send us this statement saying in part Mike is a highly respected leader and it is our desire to support him during this challenging time please continue praying for him the faculty and staff and the entire Kennedy Catholic community back to you and Shawn Nyberg the fiancee of Paul Danforth one of the teachers who resigned released a statement about learning after learning about today's movie said the announcement today proves that the Seattle archdiocese is paying attention to this story I assume that means they will address the discriminatory and targeted enforcement of their morality clause against LGBT persons I look forward to hearing a clear explanation for this discriminatory practice breaking out our live feeds take a look this is a refinery fire burning in Carson California a live look at what's happening the refinery on fire right now is owned by marathon oil there ABC affiliate in Los Angeles says there were reports of a loud boom in this area before this large fire broke out no word of any injuries what we know it's affecting traffic as people on a nearby freeway slow down to take a look at the flames but you can see there is water being poured on to those flames again no word of any injuries but this were fired on fire happening in Carson California at this late hour will continue to watch this and have new updates for you just as soon as they come in and we have new information following a standoff in every Air Force flew over the scene this afternoon along Paine field way after police say a man was assaulted during a robbery here three people were inside that home when police arrived but only to turn themselves in eventually the swat team deployed a smoke bomb to get the third person out all three are now facing charges tonight deputy see the person who stabbed a convenience store owner in Kenmore is just fifteen years old the teenager was also stabbed in the struggle yesterday at the town market when the store owner fought back the team tonight is under police guard at the hospital the fifty two year old owners also hospitalized in serious condition and right now seven eleven is offering a ten thousand dollar reward for help finding the person who shot and killed the clerk and Edmonds is the surveillance video here they still have not found this person sixty four year old noggin Gerakan Asami died on Friday crime stoppers offering an additional one thousand dollar reward.

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Glory Ali: Why Muslim Travel Rocks

The World Nomads Podcast

09:59 min | 2 years ago

Glory Ali: Why Muslim Travel Rocks

"Runs Muslim slim travel rocks. which is the name we stole the title of this episode Thanks Glory? It's the thought that among other things. She's Muslim family friendly destinations with Muslim friendly services. Mrs And accommodation flurry says you don't have to compromise your faith when you're exploring the world so let's find out wanting spider to launch the site so Muslim Tara walks walks is a blog that I created to encourage and motivate Muslims to travel the world. And you know some people. Ask Me why. Muslims need to be encouraged or inspired to travel the world world. And what I will say to them was Muslims. We have specific faith. Bates needs that. Need to be met so that we can travel and still follow our faith and at the same time it can be challenging when it comes to traveling so I created this website in this space where Muslims can get information of where they can go a eddie destinations. They want to go to where they pray where they can have a good Hallam meal and just enjoy Muslim friendly activities at any destination. You know it's hostile hostile to show up on a non Muslim destination and be greeted with Muslim friendly services than accommodations throughout the world. Is that increasing. Do you think. Glory absolutely one hundred percents I don't even example. So mustn't travelers people ask. Walt what's a difficult genus travels in wasn't travels for the same reason as any any other tourists more than fifty percent of them listen. Travelers travel with their families. They stay longer and spend more and there's also a rise of the solo female traveller which is becoming very popular Muslim. Women have a strong influence when planning a trip a Muslim travelers are one of the largest visited visited markets to the United States but few brands market to them And just to give you idea of how big this travel sectors in two thousand sixteen was is estimated. There was a hundred and twenty. One million mustn't travelers that spend one hundred and forty five billion dollars. It's expected to grow to a hundred and fifty six million travelers spending two hundred and twenty billion dollars. So there's a real confidence in that sector absolutely and it's growing in a lot of anonymous destinations are starting to markets and most travelers for those reasons that I stated before were a lot of the families. These are Muslims family child within families but are not dumping this question on you because I sent it to you willing to consider but I was recently contacted by an Indonesian woman. Who wanted to travel but there was now president within her family? She scared she didn't wait. A stops a center linked to your your cy obviously and she wants to be an inspiration to her children so that they can go off say the world and she wants to do it on her own. As Sir you said Solar women trouble and Solo Muslim famous chapel is on the rise. So what. What advice would you offer her? Well you know. This can be a little controversy the in Assam and I know some friends that I have will not travel without a husband or brother because his Lamad said that you should not travel without a male Guardian Ardian however that was back in the time of Jesus in the prophets and of course you know. The women didn't work and Sunday. The menu is the main supporter of the households of anything happens what you know who would support them But now that's all change and it's pretty safe now to to travel anywhere that you want to go but it's also with in the family so it's up to each individual you know. Luckily for me you know I told my husband. Hey I'm going traveling Over here he's a guy right just as long as I can contact you were good. There's no issues But I also do have younger friends in their twenties who want to travel and their parents give them a hard time because an Islamic woman's aren't supposed to travel by themselves and they're like mom but you know it's a new era and you time we can travel were safe so sometimes they'll come to me and ask me for advice and usually my advice to them. Is You know let your parents know. Tell them this is what I'm going to. You have a plan ahead of time. Make them feel comfortable. I'm going to be at this hotel. Aren't going to be at this fronts house I'm GonNa call you in such and such time And just make them feel comfortable in the more comfortable they feel and see that you are responsible young woman than the last their hesitate so there are lots of challenges. You've got convince your family. You've got to be true to your face. So what are some of the misconceptions both on the part of Muslims in on the pot of non Muslims in the in the travel industry industry. Yeah so so. One of the things we're talking about with women cannot travel alone which is not true. A lot of women travel alone. I travel alone. I'm married but I do a lot of Solo traveling And it's like I was as just to each individual person. So if you want to travel if you're willing to travel with your children I think it's a wonderful idea because I did the same with I children. I made sure that my kids went on. BE -cations every year even if it was a road trip and one of the major reasons. Why did that is because to me? Traveling allows the children to learn much more than skin potentially offer them and traveling abroad particularly helps improve positive character developments and the individual the identity as a towns are able to immerse themselves in other cultures unlike their familiar surroundings so for the one of your audience members and in much before that wants to inspire children. I would say my tips to her is no travel with the kids. Offer that opportunity for them to experience appearance different cultures and societies foods. Maybe they can pick up a different language Also I would set them up with play dates for children from different for backgrounds on. That's a good start even fair just at home set up the play dates with different from different backgrounds. So them when you're able to travel to any even even if you travel within the United States the United States is huge and even she go to stay. It's a it's a different culture. Even our languages is a little bit different. The view is different. You can go to the data we can go to the beach. We can go to the mountains. It's very diverse. Be here so I would always say that you want to like set our plates interact with other children from different cultures. You give your children books that they read regarding The Code Cultural Books Right. I would also try different foods. I used to do that with my kids. I take them out to eat different foods. And 'cause I realized early on with my children that every time we went out wanted chicken nuggets in French fries and I was like. You've got to be kidding me. I'm not taking you to this restaurant and you're going to have chicken nuggets and French fries like just is. Try this the like mom ill. That's green I don't WANNA try. I'm like no no no tell me you don't like it after you tasted it so that todd they started taste in different foods at now. You know they love diff- Larry's a film which is great so we know we all want our children to grow up in a world free from bias in discriminations and we want them to reach the dreams and feel that whatever they want to accomplish in life is hospital so we want them to feel loved and included a never experienced the pain rejection exclusion. But the reality is that we do live in the world in which racism and other forms of vice continues to affect us so discrimination Hertzen. We scars that can last a lifetime affecting goals ambitions like choices and feeling of softwares. So how can we best prepare our children to meet their. The challenges of reap the benefits an increasingly diverse world. Raise these children to celebrate the values diversity and to be proud of their culture so as the the Muslim travel sector grows. And you're very excited about that. I you noticing that there is less kind of attitude toward Muslims as individuals. Yes there is an auto you one thing. When when I first started travel bloggers started during the presidential election here in the United States I don't know if you know about my my background stories. When I started the travel blog I actually wanted to do something because I realized that this whole election was trying to separate raid R. Our nation And so I started the truck walks at all what it can do. WanNa walk but I want combat Islamaphobia at the same time. So so what I realized After the presidential election as the Muslim travel band was that you know instead of our country being divided. It's what you hear on the news all the time we actually came together. I mean I have never been more proud to be an American as a day that we had our Muslim travel bans. Went into a fact doc. Because everyone didn't matter what race so many people came out to the Air Force to support the Muslims that were in the air that we're going to be sent back to another country that wasn't bears and so one of the challenges that I faced myself is when I recently just came from Puerto Rico spent a week and a half Hyphen Puerto Rico But I have to be very cautious so when I travel I always have my passport after I have my birth certificate. Not many people travel with the birthday ticket but I have to travel with Nyberg certificate to prove that I'm American citizen because I don't know if I leave the country if I'm going to be allowed to come back in that possible. It should be. It should be but it's but it's not because during the travel ban. Trump was saying that you want any Muslim to go back to their country and I kept saying I am. I am an American. I was born just because I wear a headscarf doesn't mean that contrary I am an American and so the only way that I feel that I can prove something is if I have my birth certificate with me because my passport in this time doesn't really mean

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Bert and John Jacobs Discuss the Evolution of 'Life Is Good'

How I Built This

24:51 min | 2 years ago

Bert and John Jacobs Discuss the Evolution of 'Life Is Good'

"Welcome back revenue which is which is great rate. You know you could start to see maybe a path towards towards real profitability. <hes> and i guess the the next year you really i mean you. You're still running his business by the way out of your apartment in boston that you guys share right <hes> the starts to turn a corner though because as we see that reaction in the street and boom we start thinking about distribution and hiring a sales rep and that that summer of ninety five the momentum starts rolling and debt was when you made your first higher as well i guess right that's right yeah. The <hes> cary sherman moved in upstairs cheers from us and became a friend and we just used to beg her when she got home from work to help us <hes> pack orders and help us try to organize the orders ars and <hes> she was a big help so we begged her to quit her job eventually and she did it. She could do things five times faster than us for one thing and then it became clear we needed the help pretty badly and she needed to take a leap yeah. We we had a friend over for dinner one night because he was pretty sharp and we asked him to tell us how much business we would have to do to be able to afford to pay carry <hes> seventeen thousand dollars which is what she said was the minimum the question to her was what is the lowest amount that you could possibly get paid to work with us and seventeen thousand dollars so he did the math for us and he said that we would have to do a quarter of a million dollars in business which sounded like a billion dollars yeah and we we did two hundred sixty two. I think it was two hundred sixty two thousand a a year yeah and that two hundred sixty two thousand was like that's to pay for all your supplies and everything and everything was not profit that is that is oh no in those in those roche revenue days we we would get prepared for died t shirts p._f. Dis they caught and we'd store them. We didn't have enough room for them in our apartment which store them in a bulkhead in the building and we had to put them in trash bags <hes> that were tightly wound up because it was moist down there and so a in any given day we would get a certain amount of orders we would be designing during the daytime in the afternoon and we would take those shirts down to new bedford. Get them died in the shirt collars. We wanted the next afternoon. We'd take those shirts out to a marlboro mass and to screen printers midland graphics screen printed t shirts and then <hes> by four o'clock drop them off at u._p._s. Whatever the orders were which was you know two or three retailers a couple of order and then we then we set up a trailer like the back of a eighteen wheeler container owner containers like permanently stationed next to our screen printer with their permission they had a dirt parking lot and for zero rent they because we were afraid to to get the overhead of a warehouse and so they let us was thirty dollars a month to rent the <hes> lease the container and end for zero dollars. They let us <hes> park it on their lot he because you didn't take the risk on on like a long term lease so you'll just let us a shipping containers are warehouse makes sense your we want. We wanted to make sure the revenue ran way out ahead of this needed a couple extension cords lighting and not a lot of ventilation in those containers but <hes> we cranked some of ninety five ninety six and it was kind of non stop twenty four seven how did you how did you get the trademark on it. I mean it seems like a very very common phrase. Life is good but you got a new trademark. How did that happen well. We failed five times. We were going to the boston public library at all you couldn't important attorney and we sent five applications and failed and then i went one night to play basketball and some guy asked me. Did i see you and your brother selling t shirts in front of the boston garden the other night and i said yeah and he said how's that going not so good but we have this great idea the eh i went on and on about what the concept was and that we're trying to trade market and then i realized that i'd been rude and not ask the guy what he did. I said what do you do for a living and he said <hes> trademark attorney and guy's name was bob pierce and i went and saw him two days later and convince them to do the work pro pro bono and he knew just what to do so we had to make a lot of changes we had to create hang tags and labels we the label in our shirt said jacobs gallery gallery so we switched the label to life is good and then we had to get affidavits from five different retailers who said that it represented a brand and by definition legally trademark denotes the source of the goods so there's when you just put a mark on a t shirt that's called ornamental but if people look at it and say that represents the source of the goods in some way then it's a brand so he did all those things correctly and i gotta tell you it's twenty five years later and and bob pierce still gets all our intellectual property business. That's amazing so you got the trademark on this phrase. Life is good as a brand and that's your you sort of you own this phrase phrase and you can use it as your business even the fact that you said it a few times during this podcast you owe us money got yeah. It was a it was a big day when we got it. We we still didn't really know how to run a business or what to do but it was. We knew it was a a valuable thing yeah. How did you guys divide up labor between the two of you like who did what who did finances who who did the art who to the delivery. How how did you guys who was in charge. Who was the boss older brother. The boss anything that involved brainpower pretty much fell on my side no seriously bur burden off he had more of a background coming out of school <hes> on the business side and he's a great communicator great motivator so he worked worked the phones a lot. I spend more time on the drawing table or like at the screen print shop or maybe packing up stuff but there's plenty of crossover birt's. It's very creative as well so it mixed pretty seamlessly over the years. I guess there was a turning point pretty significant turning point in nineteen ninety-six. You guys get a call from a pretty big sporting goods chain based out of indianapolis named named kelly ins or gaylon galleons something something like that yet galleons yeah. What was that yeah they were. They were actually in our opinion. The best sporting goods in the country <hes> their stores were incredible and yeah they they were open to a sales call and interested in the brand so they invited us to go visit them in indianapolis and we actually actually couldn't afford to fly out so instead we've just transparent with them and asked if we could piggy back when they came here would they come and visit us i would they didn't realize was that there was no life as good in that when they came to visit austin becoming to our apartment so they <hes> anyway a we made them prince spaghetti and rago sauce and we hung out and they they were on board and <hes> they placed the biggest orders is by far that we'd ever seen and they kind of put us on the map outside of new england. I think dick's sporting goods eventually bought galleons right. That's right and i i i don't know if it was apparent to them that the entire company in burt myself in kerry or sitting with them in our kitchen at dinner but but we did have a lot of laughs and then we got an in order and that was a huge step for us to suddenly be shipping two hundred and eighty eight pieces instead of twenty four pieces to a retailer so so once you get into galleons aliens was at just like a game changer i mean. Did you see your business just like skyrocket. It was a game changer because once he would happen was <hes> most of our business stan and now is a specialty mom and pop business so the mama pops will take a look at the big guys. Try to find brands. Sometimes that different <hes> retailers carrying galleons was kind of a model citizen that a lot of small retailers looked up to and so once we were in galleons we're in all these geographic <unk> graphic locations and there was great visibility for us so all of a sudden our phones were ringing like crazy from other retailers from other territories and so- galleys was probably responsible responsible for hundreds of new accounts over the next year or two and business really started booming. You know went from that. Two hundred fifty thousand six hundred twenty then we broke a million at one moment to the was just mind blowing t- thinking how do we go from having like seventy eight dollars between us three years ago. Two million dollars in sales was pretty mind blowing and we didn't have a concept of you know like what it meant to do a million dollars. I think we thought maybe we should retire knows wow we hit a million dollars. I mean i think we definitely stopped and sort of you know how to how to beer and kind kind of said wow man what what has happened but on the other hand was still in our apartment and you don't really look around and see any differences just a mad scramble we'll still but but i think yeah i think galleons an crossing not million dollar mark connor gave us the confidence to invest in a lease get the warehouse and and we hired a few people we i mean we we didn't even have a computer would do untold kerry who still works with us to this day by the way she actually owns five percent the business. He's a partner yeah but she you know she said to us. You really need to get a computer and both on our like oh. We're artists we. We don't want a computer and they so she needed to run the business. Why do we need a computer but she was right well. There's a lot of absurd of exchanges. We had this guy who had run champion the brand chair and wilson sporting goods and he was helping us out through his a sales up. You know we connected personally. Jay phillips god bless him. He was flying up phillies like an angel. We didn't yeah to get angel slash devil the best kind and he <hes> he would give us advice and direction and then he would ask us very basic questions like you know what he got on the books for next year. We're like what what what do you mean like. How do you plan how much product to make me. We like <hes> we just. We've been doubling for like the last few years. We figure you're on a double again. He's like that's a very scary way to run a business and he asked us what our assets sets where he's trying to get us off our personal off our loans because our our personal names were on the loan notes and <hes> he said we gotta. We've got change this. You know what do you got for assets. Burton are like we can get a mountain bike and we're dead serious. We didn't even know how to answer questions like think. I got that picture mom. We got a v._c._r. And he was just like dumbfounded. Looking at us like these guys are so so clueless spine shirts like i because i mean when i think of life is good. I think like <hes> going to ocracoke island. You know someplace. I like cape. Cod like you know you would life is good and it's the summer and it's easy to feel that way. Is that where the shirts were being solden like beach towns and places like that in the summertime. <hes> one of the strengths right away was that it wasn't one distribution channel. Oh so you're talking about destination resort which became important to us right away but sporting was really big. Two gift shops for people like you know around themes like home. Themes like you know love family gardening grilling all that kind of stuff so it really was <hes> oh the distribution was really spread out which which you know we didn't really i can't take credit for strategically planning that but a helped us a lot through the two years the economy has gone up and down and when you're in a single distribution channel it's hard to weather economic downturns but for us you know some would get hurt worse than others and we were always able to weather it because we were <hes> not too many eggs in one basket yeah there. It was so many different places for us to go in when the economy went down it would not all the channels will get impacted the same way i mean did you. I mean when you think think about <hes> a very simple phrase some very basic and not i mean your guess agreed artists no no no oh judgment but like very simple our work and it became this thing t shirts and and dinner plates and posters and things like what what are the things that i'm probably forgetting about recipes backs towels. I mean really doesn't you know it really just became you know what he's a good canvas to connect emotionally with people and in more recent years more things like video content and publishing books excetera which is extremely exciting to us but we're still most known for the t shirts. Did you guys. I mean you've been doing this now. Since really i guests since the late eighties rape on t shirts. Have you ever <hes> any part of of of of you guys want to sell it. You know sell it to a bigger her company and just kind of cash in 'cause you 'cause you've both of you become pretty well off from this tiny little t shirt business and <hes> <hes> you can. I don't know can do whatever you want. I think the reason that we're not interested in selling going. Public is what we learned. Learn from these customers that started sending us letters emails sharing their personal stories and they really taught us that optimism is most powerful aw in the hardest times and these are people dealing with chemotherapy losing loved ones and they'd say we all wore life as good t-shirts to the memorial service for my brother because that's the spirit with which he lived and we've got thousands of those letters and emails and people kind of <unk> opening up their whole personal lives to us because the emotional connection to the brand. They're the ones who taught us this and if we'd hadn't received those letters that may they have been appealing to us like yeah. We've been at this for a few decades but we want to spread that message as wide as we can because we believe in it more than anything anything else in the world am burt but what what are your thoughts on. I mean did did you ever consider find to sell the business well in a lot of ways. We really feel like we're just getting warmed up. It honestly feels like a startup today. We're we're like a twenty five year old startup where there's all these young people oh walking around that remind us of ourselves but are much faster and stronger and smarter and i'm not <hes> operating the business. I was as president and c._e._o. For a long time and we replaced me with a woman that actually came from our nonprofit side and she's killing it and you can tell pretty quickly oakley that she's about ten times the operator that i was and it's allowing me to dive back into the creative and i haven't been there in a while l. so we're really kinda back to where we started in the beginning. Hey let's design some t shirts but now we have a really strong balance sheet. We own one hundred percent of the business us and you know we have no intention of going public or selling the business we just wanna see you know how far we can take this in at some point figure out what to to do with the structure something creative maybe denisov to our staff. Maybe we can sell it to our customers. Something that enables the <hes> that will enable the best work of life is good to be done after john de gone so i mean. Do you guys feel like you grew up up with very working class home. I mean in the room upstairs with frost on windows and like you presumably today a a up. Both of you are doing pretty well. I mean you can you can live pretty comfortably. No no question about it yeah just to have our own home seriously not not to be too corny but that that's pretty cool and to be able to travel. It's incredible and <hes>. I don't think we would ever take that for granted to your what what is your i mean. What did your parents make. If your business your mom passed away <hes> a couple years go and then i can see your later. Your dad dad passed <hes>. What do they make of this. I mean this t shirt business at turned into something huge yeah they they loved it. I think they were proud of it and <hes> they really did do their part while we had our dysfunction growing growing up and there were times. Were you know right right up until the time that our mom passed away if she saw somebody in life is good t-shirt she'd run up to them and say my son's made it was embarrassing when your weather but <hes> our our dad got a kick out of the nuts and bolts of the business he always wanted to know the details els and he was so encouraging when bert ni- for that year and a half when we did live at home and we're still doing the van trips he always was. Just you know we'd roll in at three a._m. Some night how'd you do did you do. It was never what the hell are. You guys doing like your you know your college graduates like you get get your act together. There's no pressure on career. It was always how'd you do and that helped a lot and maybe maybe the interesting thing going full circle. Oh with our dad is that in the autumn of his life he he came out of that funk he really came out of the depression and he really became the a guy that we never knew that we see in those pictures you know before we were around and it's hard to say what that what caused that but as our business grew grew that house that we grew up in really fell to pieces and our and our parents while we were living just like you mentioned guy better and better along the way and we'd go oh visit our parents living in that same house falling apart so we decided to knock the house down and build them a nice new home and <hes> you know i think it was the first time in my father's life since he you know since he had all those kids that when people came to visit they had a place to sit down and at the he could be proud of his home and i think also where he felt like he was a failure he looked at his six kids now and you know we we landed on our feet all of us and he didn't screw everything up so i think he was a little easier on himself and in some ways this success of the business <hes> might help my dad you don't get over that hump and realized that if we're not failures he wasn't a failure and it was really cool to see him relaxed and and enjoying his grandkids and it was like it was like he in our mom were dating again. I mean they just like hang out and spend time and you know the who won away on some weekends and things they hadn't done that and you know thirty years i mean it just they were married for fifty six years and then the the last one believe it or not while it was tough with moms illness in everything they they had some great years now. Our mom said that too just before you know once she knew the cancer was was taking her life and there was nowhere to go. She said nobody should feel sorry for me. On the happiest i've ever been in my life you know part of that was i'm sure because because my dad had come out of the funk and also that she knew that that she did a good job with with our kids and they were all okay wow you know when you think about this crazy story going from t shirts up and down the eastern seaboard to sell them out of the back of van and knock on the dorm rooms to seventy dollars between you two you know a shipping container as your office and and the company today what it does reportedly almost one hundred million dollars in revenue years at about right that's right. You got about what almost two hundred employees today right pretty good. I mean do you for for seabird to you. When you think about the success of this company the attributed to your hard work and you brothers hard work or in your intelligence or do you think that a lot of it came from just luck law to walk. I think we we stumbled into something. That's much bigger than we are <hes>. I think we've been resilient. You know maybe more resilient than smart but it's a good good fifty percent ain't luck we right place right time <hes> two percent skill and then we've we've worked our asses off so that that's that's played a big factor factor too so you know maybe there's all those parts are equal and john how much of it because of like how much because of your hard work and your skill intelligence. I would say skill intelligence. Maybe twenty percent <hes> hard work another twenty eh and then brute strength. Maybe from me twenty so neither only in really the you got your answer there in that neither of us know hotter add up to one hundred percent and yeah just you know so until definitely not skill a lotta luck clearly no question that's john birt jacobs. Co founders of the life is good company for the way we know for a fact that at least one other t-shirts has traveled traveled all the way to space and twenty thirteen astronaut karen nyberg posted a video on the international space station and she was showing how she washed her hair in zero gravity and the shirt that she's wearing in that video. It's from life is good. It's a grinning girl who looks like the original jake sitting back to back with her dog and underneath. It says lean on me.

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"nyberg" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on Mom Inspired Show with Amber Sandberg

"My children can put on an apron and help serve ice cream in, you know, now, want to trust me they're teenagers. Yeah. Yeah. But the good news is, I mean we try to keep things very child friendly because of the season wherein. Yeah. And it actually just really fits my kids are friends with a lot of the kids in the neighborhood, and, you know, and they're wonderful children. And you know we love to just have our home open. And they've learned that, you know, it's not always about them. And they've also learned that, you know, hey, I mean, I, I even have something to offer yen. I mean they young. Yeah, exactly. You know, and so my boys put together the snack bags now that they're old enough, and they actually answer the door on Mondays and Fridays enough their job. They earn handout snack bags and, you know, and they decorate the bags or we have groups that helped decorate the bags. It always nice encouraging message on them. There's you know as a mom in a season, where you're just completely overwhelmed, even if you have a baby or toddler, you know, there it's amazing how many things you can do to include others, or even if the park, you know having just extra snack. Ax in case there that winds up sitting on your blanket. Right. Yeah. Which can happen very easily. Very very easily. So, yeah, I just been so good to that. And it Jenner gene, I think moms have just a special gift, you know, and, and kids feel safe around. Though. I don't know. I think we just have a gift that can stand beyond our beyond our own home, right? Yeah. I was going to ask you, as we close what I put in the snack bags. Oh, yes. So we put in the snap. It has to be nonperishable things because we try to stock for them quite often of collect them collect from people or churches, or whatever. But we do like a fruit Cup yet, you know, the Mandarin oranges or whatever we do a granola bar. We try to get it really healthy, but they won't you the super duper healthy. So it has to be kind of, you know. Dory, but free, and all that, or do you know it would be so surprised none of the kids over here of allergies like that. Now they have some conferences, but they don't have, you know, they don't know. There's, there's no. Ethnicity, or something, I don't know too, that might know that is very interesting. It had such a blessing that they don't but. Yeah. They think it's crazy here because I mean I get over just having a birthday party on my way. Yeah. You can't. Okay. So you can't have you can't have there you can't have. I'm like, I don't know what we're going to serve. And then I get very stressed out. Pretty much like if it doesn't have any of those things. A mom that brings these really healthy overly healthy. Oh. And I'm like they're not getting gluten. There. Yeah. Like bring on the gluten, I they love they love the talkies and the, you know, we do try to introduce shirt we do try to do. Snacks that is somewhat healthy. But for an after school snack like we do a little bottled water either chip or popcorn. Or something like that a little granola bar, and then we'd post message on there. And then if it's, you know, around Easter around the holidays will do we might put like a little piece of candy in there that's from that time. Yeah. You know that time of year, but yes, so they'll stop by they get a little snack in, you know, oftentimes, the kids, you know, that they may or may not be coming home to dinner, so. They're getting. Yeah, it might be. And so and we do keep a lot. I have a food pantry here than just it's kinda full of random staff got some snacks, and things that the kids can make on their own, even I mean, I know it's, you know, probably gonna give a lot of moms heart attacks. But, you know, the microbes are microwavable MAC and cheese. I mean, but you're having to. You're just having to think differently, you know. Yeah. Crack hundley. And what can these kids do and make on their own, you know? And yes. Yeah. So we've done healthy we used to get a donation of a lot of this really healthy healthy bread. And they, you know they're not going to eat it. They just won't need it and ineffective. In a party go mouldy really fast, if it's really healthy. Is it can't the shelf, life is not as many sprouts in it, and you're like it's global three days. Their shelf life. Here. The preservatives. Yeah. I believe it. Well, Michelle before we close, I just wanted to let everybody know that I'm gonna put all your information on my show notes. And then if you guys haven't subscribed to the mamas fired show, you can do that, that way you get the show notes in your inbox every week as well as deals or specials on certain programs that I love as well as reminder of the recent podcasts. So if you want to subscribe to the show, all you have to do is go to mom inspired show dot com, scroll down, and you can enter your name, and Email, and you'll be all set. Michelle, I wanted to bring you on because I really did think it would be so great to just hear your story, and also to hear your hesitancy because I think sometimes people just feel like they just need to jump in, and they should have that already in them, and that, sometimes it just comes with time and go ahead. Yeah. I was going to say, yes. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So time exa exactly. And so, yeah, exactly. And I wanted I wanted it to. To be an encouragement to other moms, that if they're feeling that tug that they can do it. And they can start small kind of like what you're saying. So I appreciate you coming on the show and just sharing your story today. Oh, thank you so much for having me on letting me share it. So again, if you wanna do this program, lean with Amanda Nyberg when you want the exclusive discount, make sure to go to mom inspired show dot com for slash lean twenty and feel free to reach out to me. I would love to help you see an ex week..

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"nyberg" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"I really went by myself, because I, I was, I was, I was managing and then I was hosting show, Leonid broke up. I was hosting shows. I travel myself I didn't, you know, I would have own rental car, I fly fly to place myself. I mean, in Jason the guy was Dedi, he would he would be with me, a lot of times he would come with me a lot of times. So he, he that's who I was traveling with and him we broke up, and I was still backed by myself travelling, but then I didn't end see I never wanted to go back managing again. That's another question. I want to ask you to because you Brian in ninety three when you with Brian that whole time for this worldwide tapings according years, your manager, where was that ever gonna go on auto? No. Get somebody pitched me that I'd or set idea, you know, Brian thought of lava, the stuff Russia, you always thought about the goal shaves, the matching rugs events. I was I went to I went to air. An I was just like why am I went to dusty? I go one managing the nasty boys, I go. I don't wanna manage them. I go means more, I should manage the Hollywood lawns. Our be more me that would be more my character than Asti, boys, whatever. But the thing is, is that after Jason Nyberg of Jason was good friends fish off in Jason knew that I didn't want to be a manager that I love hosting the show. So that's why I was back as manager. And then that's why they get my contract renewed. Because because Jason immediate took me ten years to figure, so take years in about sixty thousand dollars at Marymount Manhattan college in psychology to figure out that one. Remember to not I, I think I had a correctly when I made Monday byu and WCW if I'm not mistaken. I thought it was was favor North Carolina law. Things have Fayetteville are probably it might have been centerstage even knows floor. I live you'd me. I interviewed you. And it was a news that whose idea was debris by facials. Veronica in dusty. Rhodes is the daughter. They just figured. Hey man, I did a, a woman, a chick with me a manager. Respect. A lot of them in that way. They just pictured me with a manager and wasn't quite as talkative as I would end up being stoned, go. But I just remember that. I interview I went out there and I'm walking to the ring. Of course, I'm nervous illnesses WCW. I this is this is almost a big lakes because WWE or WWF Tom was still the big right walking out there. And I hear this from Hollywood California way in two hundred fifty pounds and I'm waiting up center as walk into the ring where you're standing up saying to myself, fucking could about am I going to the wrong rig Hollywood and is at study, Steve Austin, I think it was geared Michael competitive, and I was like, what the fuck how today they decide out, he'll be from Hollywood, California, arbitrarily without asking me got their big. Here's the thing that she we I went out there. I don't remember too much of the interview, but I went back and I had a damn Boettger right on the inside edge of my nose and. I was so barest. I just went on national slash worldwide TV with a bird cave. And not one single mother fucker could smart me up and said, hey, dude, if you'd go, make your debut.

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"nyberg" Discussed on Fat Mascara

Fat Mascara

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on Fat Mascara

"I don't want to say it. Exactly. Because I we, we had not been able to fact check that. I cannot fact check this, but it was something about being. Untoward towards other males. Yes. And that's the thing there is, there's no way to, like we're not getting a comet because there how many right now but Totti's followers are certainly commenting because I think some of them were falling James Charles, and he lost, like, what two million followers, something crazy. And what, what blew my mind was that this? Okay. So on the Facebook wrote, Mike, check this out. I don't know. I look it was in the New York Times it was in the New Yorker their articles in. I repeat the New York Times and the New Yorker are talking about, like hashtag, like beauty drama. Okay. But here is my thinking on this and I thought about this because I tried to explain the controversy to someone else who's not in the beauty world, and they would and there were older, but they looked at you. Let's not be there. Forties. So they were like what am I saying, I'm in my forties? But basically, they were like why is this matter and I thought about, and I said, remember back in the nineteen thirties, I don't remember I wasn't around, but there was always that the celebrities would they would hook up one sliver is another and send them to the premier together, and that would be like gossip, and it would sell the moving PR stunt. And then, you know, then we did that with movie starting, I think that content creators, are new real life. Gossip soap opera, the beauty aside, like people don't care that these people make beauty how to videos, these are the new like gossip queens in case. So we did not even discuss this before I hand on heart, we did discuss this utter James Charles to each other. But yesterday I was on set and what you said is like so sinking up with what this girl says, because she say so this girl I work with her. She's like a cute. Cool twenty-something? She's, she's very hip very trendy. Do I sound old? Maybe she so hip. So I said when did you watch all these videos because she was talking about. Number of controversies, and beauty. And I know she's got a busy job. And I just couldn't picture at what point she's doing this? She goes, well, when I come home from work, you know, I watched them. Yeah. The same way you watch your really also. She said, because we used to like, you know, a little bit about TV and stuff. She said, I stopped watching like the network dramas and she named a few she goes, I even stop watching reality, which wounded me, I mean I said, so you're sitting there on your laptop just watching this, and she said, yeah, it was just like a lot of people do that. She and Sam who I work with. Hi, Sam Nyberg for listening, the she said that, like, there's a forty eight minute video, and she's, you know, I think she I think she said she watched it, and I'm thinking, I'm picturing, all these kids. No kids. I'm like, people my age and younger are watching the stuff for entertainment. I'm like, I can't even freaking keep up. I yeah, I don't think and I think that's the thing you can't think about beauty contact creators in the beauty space as a how to for beauty. It's not it's a TV show. An entertainment, you're so right. One last thing I will say and you know, I know that, that your team Taty..

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"nyberg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"And during a visit to another border city in Arizona, encouraged congress to do more to enhance border security, Laura Padeshah reporting Nielsen says she'll stay on the job until Wednesday. The search for a man involved in an armed standoff in Sarasota county is over deputies early this morning found twenty five year old Jeremy Nyberg on Cortlandt street in Sarasota is arrest came after an eleven hour standoff yesterday afternoon on bacon avenue after an apparent domestic. Dispute deputies believed NYPD threatened to shoot a man and a woman and then himself they escaped and called nine one one. He locked himself inside the home as the swat team entered. He was gone, but he was arrested a little time after one this morning. A man is hurt after he was hit by a car and then shot in Pinellas county. The man was hit last night in Largo on wall. Seeing road by Jeep that fled the scene vomits later someone else shot the man, but the two incidents are not believed to be connected. The alleged shooter was arrested. The driver remains at large drunk driving suspected in a crash that killed a teenager and hurt three others in Sarasota county. Nineteen year old Stephanie Everard was apparently drunk when she flipped her SUV over the weekend and northport on Joe would circle in Yorkshire a seventeen year old passenger was killed three others were hurt including two that were airlifted the hospital. No word yet on their conditions. Friends say that the girl who died was a junior at northport high school and. An aspiring actress at the Pinellas county trial of a man who claims insanity arguments are continuing over whether prosecutors can call a witness who might label him a psychopath the issue arose over one of the state's experts who gave John John Chuck tests that measure psychopathic traits, which John tux defense says could undercut its argument that John Chuck was insane. When he dropped his five year old daughter to her death of a Pinellas county bridge in two thousand fifteen but prosecutor Paul Boland disagreed saying this was saying because he's judge Chris hellinger sided with the defense against any reference to John Chuck's possible. Psychopathy she also dealt another blow to prosecutors when she ruled that a payroll legal who spoke to John took the day. He killed his daughter cannot testify that he told her, quote, if I can't have her no one can the state will call rebuttal witnesses before closing arguments. I'm John McQuillan. The mayor of ocala's facing backlash after signing a proclamation declaring, April twenty-sixth. Confederate Memorial Day. He presented the proclamation at a city council meeting last week, and despite a going into effect without a council vote required. Can't Gwen says he has no plans to resign despite the controversy. Commissioners in Marion county approved a confederate Memorial Day proclamation last month, some Hillsborough county students are credited with naming one of Florida aquarium's newest arrivals fifth graders at Kimball elementary school were recently named as the winners of a contest name a loggerhead sea. Turtle. They came up with the name Sheldon with two L's as a reward the students want to field trip to the aquarium to meet, Sheldon and other fish. It's six oh, four NewsRadio. WFL? A this is a Bloomberg market minute. Another job market indicator is on the way this morning. The Conference Board will release its employees trends index which can offer clues to the pace of hiring in the months ahead. Stocks ended last week with an obsession some economists. Warning, there could be more volatility ahead. Mark Vitner of Wells Fargo says. There's a lot of uncertainty in the world. Outbreak is going to play out. We've got a lot of elections coming up in Europe and China trade deal, which was looking promising. Look promising before bowing will cut production of at seven thirty seven max jets by nearly twenty percent the planes occurrence grounded after a pair of crashes mowing says the problems with the seven thirty seven will be corrected and the planes will be made safe. We're into the home stretch. If you still haven't filed your taxes and Accountemps survey suggests a lot of workers prepare their returns while they're at work more than forty percent of respondents say that is common. The earnings reporting season picks up at the end of this week with big banks opening their books. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio.

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"nyberg" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

Pull Up with CJ McCollum

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on Pull Up with CJ McCollum

"So I went through tasting and my favorite one of my favorite wides during the trip was a ninety one Pinot Noir, and it was very very special. I actually took a picture of the bottle and put it off vino and for those that don't have you know, one day, I will expose the actual log in for. But it was a temperance hill, you know, New Orleans in nineteen ninety one and I don't even think it's listed, but it's it's the e and empty hills. And it was very very good. Very good little acedemic, but more on this move dry and light side. And there was a little bit of berry taste blackberries blueberries little pepper, and it was earthy leather. And there's there's a black truffle this that just didn't taste, but I definitely tasted the fruits, and it had a very very light taste. And I think that's because of the aging liked taste light it appeared to be. Light in the glass, and I think that's because of the agent. But that was what I had. And I really enjoyed it. It was a great time. Wow. That sounds great, man. And this was in Willamette, right? This was in. I guess this considerable limit towards think as Newburgh Nyberg. And did you have like were you able to try different varieties of like different grapes? Or was it just the? Yeah. I tried different grapes. The bubbly Chardonnay was absent don't even like Chardonnays and things like that. So I was able to try try one two three six seven Penoles and try some Chardonnay some different variations of Chardonnay the early stages of it out the barrel versus the more finished stages after a sapphire year two years, and it was able to kind of really open up, and you could definitely taste the difference in the more, I go and learn and ask questions the more interested. I am in these grapes. And new to how these vineyards are able to turn around me to turn around grapes in preventive. Turn into vinegar. Yeah. I find the entire wind process. Just so elegant and fascinating. And every time I think I start to understand it. I realized that I'm I'm complete neophyte and have so much more to learn. But I did have a really nice a bottle this week. A golden eye Anderson valley Pino it was under sixty dollars. And it was really terrific. I I didn't know it. But it's the original founders of the duck horn vineyard, which is a a really classic cab in California and the goal that. I was just it was awesome had two glasses loved it had a with some salmon, and it really confident of well, and I'm trying to find like value more value wines. This is still a little pricey. I think it was fifty eight but certainly worth worth. And I must say again, California Pinos man, they just continue to find ways to my heart. Appreciate your show. And then that's when I'll add to the list, I have some time after this game. But Utah Jazz I'll have some time to place your order for your wind. So I'll be texting you to get an address awhile and to get the names of what you want. So I can place that what in the next day. So don't worry me. And I haven't forgotten about our little. Too. I appreciate that. No problem at all. You can catch us on apple podcast radio dot com slash pool up with CJ or wherever you get your shows. And don't forget the whole the hoop..

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"nyberg" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Police have made an arrest in connection with the deadly shooting of a convenience store clerk during an armed robbery. Police arrested nineteen year old the Anthony Williams last night and cameras he's accused of shooting and killing Kayla Chapman. While robbing the halts quick check in Kelso, Tuesday, community members te-ok two news. They have been in shock since it happened. I felt the same way a lot of people did. It's a real Downer to be honest with you, the somebody would kill somebody at all. But let alone over something like that. They've suspect vehicle involved, which was stolen was found in Vancouver Williams facing several charges including murder here's expected to be arraigned today. The driver of a pickup truck accused of running down free people on sidewalks in custody. Police arrested twenty one year old Austin Keever Nyberg at the Clackamas county courthouse on an unrelated matter say they found the truck last Friday the incident was caught on a home security camera than Sheridan social media. Keever Nyberg is facing three counts of attempted assault on the first degree. None of the victims contacted police and the police are still asking those people to come forward. President Trump's proposal to end the partial government shutdown is hitting a stone wall in the Senate a vote to move the plan forward failed to hit the sixty vote threshold today, the president's compromise would trade temporary protections for dreamers for border wall. Funding senators are now voting on a democratic Bill extending funding for agencies and departments through February eight. Eight that measure is also expected to fall short a Texas teenager has been arrested on charges of making terroristic threats against his former high school ABC's. Jim Ryan says it is not the first time. The teen has faced the same allegation in August divide. Davis. Brooks was one of three Taylor high school graduates accused of threatening to school this week Davis. Brooks was back in custody charged with doing it again around the town of Taylor, thankfully, at least someone did something about it. And they didn't just stay silence. That someone was an off-duty Fort Worth police officer one hundred sixty miles away from Taylor. He was playing online video game. When you heard another player say I'm going to shoot up Taylor high tomorrow the officer called his counterparts in Taylor. And devante Davis. Brooks was soon in custody. Jim Ryan ABC news days after divorced cubits alleged. Senator Joni Ernst was abused. By her husband, the US Senator from Iowa reveals she was sexually assaulted in college. In an interview with Bloomberg US, Senator Joni Ernst went more into depth about the allegations of abuse leveled against her husband's saying in two thousand seven or. Two thousand eight before she was a US Senator her husband grabbed her throat threw her down a staircase and began pounding your head into the floor. Ernst also saying that she was sexually assaulted and physically abused by a man, she dated in college. She tells her constituents still the same person was a week ago. The only difference is there, you know. More about me now urged is seeking reelection in two thousand twenty Ryan burrow, ABC news. A five year old Wilmington, Delaware, boys. All right after being left alone on a school bus for seven hours in dangerously cold temperatures. I've been Polk was on his way to school Tuesday morning when he fell asleep officials say the bus driver never did a full sweep of the bus after dropping off other children and allegedly ignored other students who told her a boy was still on the bus, folks. Father says it shouldn't have happened. Town. It was cold. It was freezing the district also failed to call the parents. When Polk was marked. Absent the parents were notified after pocus found on the bus when the driver was doing the afternoon rounds and hurt him cough at driver has been fired Oregon governor Kate Brown want several changes to the elections and campaign process in Oregon. She wants vote by mail to be free. The stamp is a functional barrier for voters with disabilities or rule voters who may live far from any dropbox she wants to states motor-voter program expanded whether state agencies to increase the number of registered voters and after the most expensive governor's race in state history. She wants limits on campaign spending governor Brown also wants third party contributions made out of outside of campaign to be made public and she wants instant reporting contributions that are made the campaigns for the two hundred ninety seventh time Oregon state beavers in Washington state Cougars will battle on the hardwood tonight eleven Ron Callan has a preview the two hundred ninety six previous meeting. Represent the fourth most in NC double A history. The beads or the one seventy two one twenty four advantage now Oregon state coming off being swept by the Arizona. Schools are now three and two in conference play. Coach Wayne tinkle, hoping his team can get well at Gill. We gotta get back to having that edge playing with, you know, the grit and the ads that we did the first few games out trays Tinkle's scored twenty or more points than six of us last seven games, Ron Callen eleven ninety K E X Wall Street today. Dow's down twenty three the NASDAQ is up forty one.

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"nyberg" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And why did he do that? Nobody knows sure. Yeah. Father be rated him for his looks. And then second his mind. What's coming up in your news Marshall Phillips crisis blowing up Ben's waylaid, spelling all US diplomats is the country falls apart? You've got Trump's former fixer Cohen change, your heart on testifying and it's doomsday clock day. How close are we to the? Well, that's good to know. You're listening to the Armstrong and Getty show. Now, here's what's trending. The driver of a pickup truck accused of running down three people in northeast Portland. Sidewalk is in custody. Police say they arrested twenty one year old Austin Keever Nyberg yesterday at the Clark county courthouse on an unrelated matter. Police say they found the truck last Friday the incident was caught on a home security camera and shared on social media Keefer. Neighbor is facing three counts of attempted assault in the first degree victims contacted police, and they're asking those people involved to come forward. Oregon Republican Representative great Walden wants the government shutdown to be over the bulletin reports that he held a town hall meeting in bend over the weekend leading off with a plea for civility. He reminded the crowd that he voted with Democrats to reopen the government and said, he also supports President Trump's views on border security. I'm Anna, Eriksson, NewsRadio eleven ninety K ex. Down AXA traffic in Hillsborough. Getting word of a thespian struck at Cornelius pass and Cornell also a crash one hundred eighty and Blanton the crash northbound seventeen at Allen it's over on the shoulder. Now, that's still quite a delay before Greenberg. And also plenty of slowing to I five south that SR five hundred Lynn Masterson X traffic. Now Ketu weather brought to you by standard TV and appliance. If you're in southwest, Washington or northwest, Oregon this morning, you may run into an early morning sprinkle or maybe a little bit of a shower as we continue toward the mid day. We start to get drier. But we are still looking at plenty cloud cover around throughout the day. You may see some sun breaks here and there, but they may be few and far between with storm tracker weather..

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"nyberg" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Doritos ad will air during the Super Bowl frito Lay's teasing a never before seen collaboration between the pair. Although right now, they aren't saying what it is. They're just saying it's gonna be hot which is also promoting the brand's new Doritos the flaming hot Nacho chips. And that's what's I'm Rubio on iheartradio. Yes there. He goes Nyberg. What's going on? Hey, listen, western LOP, Aloma country club. Absolutely fantastic. You know, what it's done what other clubs haven't gone through a renovation. That's right. La Paloma, LA Paloma country club Tucson's, premier private club has just gone through a phenomenal renovation. Do you belong to a club? Maybe it's one of those clubs. It hasn't been updated since like eighty four ninety one got the sweet, south western motif. Whatever it might be listen if you wanna check out something new. Checkout. La Paloma, of course, the clubhouse as a much bigger dining room. Now, the lounges fantastic beautiful fireplace, TV's everywhere, even made their patio bigger, and the views you get a lot Paloma are unbelievable sunset views of the Catalina is. And that's just the beginning. You have twenty seven holes of Jack Nicklaus signature designed golf you. Get play eighteen you could buy nine at a time. What do you want to do? They have that. They're the locker rooms the men's and women's locker rooms. Of course, it happens you the women's locker rooms because obviously I'm a man, but I checked out. Listen, I heard about this whole going to be checked out LA Paloma and the men's locker room ought to date. It's brand new the showers, a brain the lockers brand new they have a steam room in there. Go get your self esteem. It is fantastic the amenities that come with LA Paloma are just unbelievable, and they have well, they have options for you. What what would you like what would you look for?.

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"nyberg" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"She disappeared on the day. Her parents were killed in the family, home almost three months ago. Now, a thirteen year old Wisconsin girl has been found alive about an hour from her home and police say that a suspect is in custody, mayor of Barron Wisconsin, Ron flatten says knowing Jamie, classes, safe and alive is unbelievable. And it's like taking a big black cloud in the sky and getting rid of it. And the sun comes out again her cousin lacy Nyberg rice on her Facebook page. There are no words to describe the feeling of so many coming together to help she called on people to continue to pray for Jamie's wellbeing and our families healing. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump says Democrats ought to be ashamed of themselves for opposing border security, including the wall the point where they're willing to prolong the partial government shutdown indefensible position even people that aren't into it. Like, we are where we're studying it and working, and we want to end it, and we can end it everybody. Knows that what was saying is right. It's day. Twenty one of the shutdown roughly eight hundred thousand federal workers affected with the shutdown now in its twenty first day federal workers are feeling the pinch especially today. This was supposed to be payday, but no checks are going out because of the budget impasse over border while funding asked yesterday about the pain endured by furloughed workers, the president instead pointed to the suffering of people whose loved ones were killed by illegal immigrants. Greg Clugston, the White House process of withdrawing US troops from Syria has started. That's according to an American military spokesman for coalition fighting ISIS and the Britain-based Syrian observatory for human rights says withdrawal began last night on Wall Street stock futures in the read this morning right now Dow futures down about twenty nine points messing p futures off five more on these stories at townhall dot com. Boone again, and I've never before endorsed a pain relief product of.

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"nyberg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Her parents were killed in the family, home almost three months ago. Now, a thirteen year old Wisconsin girl has been found alive about an hour from her home and police say that a suspect is in custody, mayor of Barron Wisconsin, Ron flatten says knowing Jamie, classes, safe and alive is unbelievable. And it's like taking a big black cloud in the sky and getting rid of it. And the sun comes out again her cousin lacy Nyberg writes on her Facebook page. There are no words to describe the feeling of so many coming together to help she called on people to continue to pray for Jamie's wellbeing and our families healing. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump says Democrats ought to be ashamed of themselves for opposing border security, including the wall to the point where they're willing to prolong the partial government shutdown indefensible position, even people that aren't. Into it. Like, we are where we're studying it and working, and we wanna end it, and we can end it. Everybody knows that what we're saying is right. It's day. Twenty one of the shutdown roughly eight hundred thousand federal workers affected with the shutdown now in its twenty first day federal workers are feeling the pinch especially today. This was supposed to be payday, but no checks are going out because of the budget impasse over border wall. Funding asked yesterday about the pain endured by furloughed workers, the president instead pointed to the suffering of people whose loved ones were killed by illegal immigrants. Greg clugston. The White House office of withdrawing troops from Syria has started that's quoting to an American military spokesman for the coalition fighting ISIS and the Britain-based Syrian observatory for human rights says withdrawal began last night. On Wall Street stock futures in the read this morning right now Dow futures down about twenty nine points p futures all five more on these stories at townhall dot com. Boone again, and I've never before endorsed a pain relief product of.

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"nyberg" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"nyberg" Discussed on WJR 760

"Aunt sue Nyberg lard heard rumors she was found alive, but authorities denied that report at first. Later that she was found. I just cannot believe this a suspect was taken into custody, but authorities wouldn't give details other than to say. It's still an active investigation. I'm John Lawrence reporting. Here's part of the story of how it happened. A woman got a knock on her door in Gordon, Wisconsin, her neighbor was standing there and said call nine one one this is Jamie clause the girl was with her. She was thin disheveled wearing oversized shoes, Jamie had appeared wandering in the neighborhood last evening. According to one of the reports, but we're gonna find out a lot more as the authorities say they'll hold a press briefing. A candlelight vigil will be held tonight to remember the northville family of five killed in a crash on. I seventy five in Kentucky congresswoman, Debbie Dingle took to the floor of the US house this week. I'm introducing legislation in memory of the bass family that would mandate all new vehicles be equipped with interlock Breathalyzer devices. This will stop in taxi drivers ever starting a vehicle and keep them off. The roads five were killed early last Sunday morning by a drunk driver as they were traveling back from vacation in Florida on I seventy five in Lexington Kentucky, a Rochester high school teacher charged with having an inappropriate relationship with students. She's doing court today. Twenty six year old Kathleen who Teini charged with six counts of third degree criminal sexual conduct. She's a special needs teacher accused of having sex with two male students sixteen and seventeen to men who spent a combined total of forty years in prison for crimes that advocates say they did not commit were freed one of them. Forty five year old Kevin lackey convicted of a rape of an eleven year old girl. Never give an. Always believe in my innocence in another case in Wayne County, thirty nine year old Michael Powell's convicted on a second degree murder charge in twenty six and his murder case was thrown out. The former Nissan chairman Carlos going indicted in Tokyo Japan for the second time since his arrest nearly two months ago. He's very discouraging element for the legal team of Carlos Cowan. The sixty four year old auto tycoon who has already been charged in Japan under reporting his pay over period of five fiscal years. Some forty six billion dollars under reported allegedly. Well, now there these new charges saying that he continued that practice of under reporting for three additional years thirty seven billion more dollars of income. They say he didn't report and even more serious charge of aggravated breach of trust. More of those Takada front passenger airbag inflators triggering Fiat Chrysler to recall, more than one and a half million vehicles around the world, President Trump closer to declaring a national emergency to fund the wall. Republican aides are looking towards the president to take some executive.

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Some Mortgage Deals Are In Limbo As Government Shutdown Drags On

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:31 min | 3 years ago

Some Mortgage Deals Are In Limbo As Government Shutdown Drags On

"It's day. Twenty one of the partial federal government shutdown and it's causing big financial concerns for hundreds of thousands of people who aren't getting paychecks today. Here's one example, some furloughed workers can't refinance their mortgages or by homes because lenders can't verify their income right now and his NPR's. Yuki Noguchi reports even those who aren't federal employees are getting stuck in limbo. Libby, Anderson's divorce finalized this week she'd hoped her ex-husband would finally move out of their damone home where they've been living separate lives under one roof. It was going to be you know, as soon as today. I mean, we were really going to take care of it today the day after it was final, and then he would be out. But no her ex is a furloughed air traffic controller the shutdown means he can't split his assets with her including his government retirement account. She needs those funds to refinance the house under her name. Also, he can't qualify for his own mortgage because he hasn't been paid for three weeks. The. Government stalemate also means they haven't explained the pending change to their young son in a four year olds had you can't say, you know, mom and dad are going to be living in different places. And then you say well when where and we don't have those answers yet as the shutdown drags on more people will find themselves facing similar roadblocks refinance applications are booming as mortgage rates felt nearly half a percentage point in recent weeks, but furloughed workers can't lock those rates in anyone looking to buy or refinance may have a harder time getting through to federal agencies to verify income taxes or get some loan information from the Federal Housing administration, which remains closed rural home loans guaranteed through the department of agriculture are on hold to Margie hockberg is president of the residential mortgage center. She says her Rockville, Maryland business will likely see a ripple effect. This is going to be a house of cards because if I can't close. By your house. Then guess what? You can't buy the house that you are buying even though you don't work for the federal government to deals nearly fell through this week. But Hoff Berg persuaded the lenders to waive certain paperwork. She says banks strict requirements of borrowers create many potential snags. I hope would be that the lender start becoming a little bit more flexible because it's not in their best interest to not do loans either. There's some precedent for these problems during the two thousand thirteen shut down two percent of home loans. Never closed according to the national association of realtors. But that one lasted only sixteen days, the headache really is related to delays Lawrence Yun is the group's chief economist he says seventeen percent of home loans closed late due to backlogs most deals get done. But Yoon says he worries more about possible impact on homebuyer psychology, along with the shutdown it causes greater uncertainty about the economic direc-. Action which means that even the private sector employees may be less willing to purchase home over time. Greg Bush agrees what furloughed employees are going to go out and buy a house right now when there's no definitive date of a compromise. But is vice president of first savings mortgage a big player in the Washington DC area. He notes the impact on contractors who make up the largest segment of the federal workforce. There's a lot of contractors here that aren't getting paid people who own those companies they're not going to buy the able to refinance. And they're going to start laying people off those people, I think will be most affected for Libby Anderson. The new divorce say the shutdown cannot end soon enough while her break up with her ex has been amicable sharing space is taxing it. Just feels like you're at the finish line and the finish line keeps getting moved. But you're exhausted. There's not much you can do about it. You can't move the finish line. Closer because it's totally out of our control. The latest expected to move out was April first. But now Anderson worries the shutdown could outlast that obviously I I wouldn't kick him out into the street, but we really both need to move on and have some physical distance from each other until then they will continue to retreat to separate corners of their house. You know, Gucci NPR news Washington, and we're following a developing story this morning. Authorities say they have located thirteen year old Jamie Kloss, she's been missing since October when police discovered her parents dead in their home in Barron, Wisconsin, investigators got thousands of tips that were massive search parties to try to follow up on those tips last night. The Barron county sheriff's department announced that Klaus has been found alive about an hour north of baron CBS affiliate W C C O spoke with clauses aunt suit, Nyberg Allard last night. Harry's earlier today. Print and print that were chewing. They come to not be true. I just ship myself. Totally don't sit that today was going to be the day. Then to find two hours later that she was phone. I I cannot believe this. The sheriff's department says shortly after class was located a suspect was taken into custody that apartment didn't provide any further information, but plans to hold a press conference later this morning, we'll continue to monitor this story and renew any developments.

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