34 Burst results for "Oskar"

Mimi Reinhard, who typed up Schindler's list, dies at 107

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Mimi Reinhard, who typed up Schindler's list, dies at 107

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 Point's OT goal lifts Lightning past Red Wings 2-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Point's OT goal lifts Lightning past Red Wings 2-1

"Skid with a two to one win versus the red wings in overtime breakpoint won it with a power play goal to twenty eight into the extra session scoring off a rebound of Steven Stamkos shot stem co scored a third period power play goal for the lightning tying it was four thirty eight left in regulation Anthony Cerami system both Tampa goals Brian Elliott made twenty six saves in his first start since March twelfth Oskar Sundqvist was the only red wing to beat Elliott Alex the dog which made thirty four saves for the red wings I'm Jane very

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Pesce's OT goal leads Hurricanes over Flyers

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Pesce's OT goal leads Hurricanes over Flyers

"Brent patchy buries his fourth of the season with eighteen seconds left in overtime to lift the hurricanes past the flyers forty three the teams alternated goals all the way through regulation with Carolina's Nino Niederreiter opening the scoring twenty four seconds into the second period Philadelphia's Oskar Lindblom scored the final equaliser at the fifteen oh seven mark of the third that sent the game to overtime and set up she's aerobics I don't think we had our best today but you know you're not gonna have your best an eighty two game season so you know good teams find ways to win and we did that Vincent Trocheck scored a goal and set up has he's went around a criss cross ice pass to help Carolina when its third in a row and pulled within a point of the Eastern Conference leading Panthers I'm Danny cap

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"oskar" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

03:00 min | 7 months ago

"oskar" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"Okay, let's dive into the lineup of the bruins, which has looked a lot better of late. And it goes back. Now we are recording this again before the capitals for the capital's game Monday night. So excuse us if Boston got shellacked 7 nothing or one 7 nothing or whatever. We don't know the result. It's that time of year. The times when you get dummied by the capitals, the Sweeney goes out and gets you Taylor hall on the curses are, so. It's true. Getting dummy by the capitals is always a good sign because it happened last year that went out and get Curtis bizarre and Taylor hall. Remember the first game of 2018, 19. They got killed in Washington by the capital's first game of the year. That year. They go to the Stanley Cup that year. So, hey, maybe. Spin zone. Anyways, this win in Tampa felt different. They win 5 to two. They do without Charlie mcavoy. They go into Tampa and do it. I almost get the sense that whenever there's a team that goes far in the playoffs or goes the distance, goes to the championship, but wins it, whatever. You always can look back at usually in a way game during the year. Even sometimes a home game, where things click and things just the whole team plays well. Something changes. And it felt like that game at Tampa had that had those vibes. Do you feel the same way? Oh yeah, especially you said it without Charlie mcavoy, too. That in itself was impressive. Especially because you saw them struggle without mcavoy against Minnesota. And then for them to play a complete 60 minute effort against the reigning sailing cup champions was a safe, so our eyes to say the least. But yeah, it was a little stunning to me. The birds have played really well, like this new calendar year. It's almost like Jekyll and Hyde, they just flip switch or something. It's almost as if playing more games and like all these games that they're playing, every other night that's like helping them oddly enough. So yeah, it was really, really impressive, especially without mcavoy in it, like I said, full 60 minutes right from the start. It felt like a play. It was like their playoff game for so to speak. Like they were with it right from puck drop. So it was super impressive. And like I said earlier, great to see past. We're not start to get going. Looks like he gained some confidence that game. I don't think he was getting the bounces before, but he seemed to be getting the balances in Tampa and so hopefully the floodgates just open for him. That would be great. Yeah, it feels like he's on the verge of score and like a billion goals. And also, I think the way that he's scoring, right, the effort, the creating his own chances is good. It's not just not that there's anything wrong with it, but it's not just like one timers on the power play. That are going in. He's doing it on his own. So that is a very good sign. And I mean, Martian turned it up. Like, that's funny. I was watching. Yeah, I was watching. I was watching my work laptop for NCA is based in Atlanta. So the laptop is up here in Boston..

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"oskar" Discussed on Bruins Beat

Bruins Beat

03:45 min | 7 months ago

"oskar" Discussed on Bruins Beat

"Do you think Erica is that guy? He's looked better as of late. I'll definitely give him some credit. But no, I don't. I don't think he is the solution going forward. No. I agree. I think he is a stopgap. I like him a little bit more than Charlie Coyle, just the way he plays a little bit quicker on puck's a little bit more like kind of he's great in the net front on the first power play unit with Nick foligno went down. But I just, to me, I think you still need someone. You still need like legit you see. And this leads us into. I didn't have this on the docket initially, so I apologize for just bringing this up. But I assume you saw the David creechy comments. Oh, yeah. Yeah, I saw those. Interesting. Gotta give creature credit, he was always very open. Like, I remember after the tomorrow actually tried to go for Java. Anybody that he said this? No, and it's funny after that it's so funny, like right after he leaves, they immediately are like, oh, you're not on the second line if you want. That's up to you. But it's funny after when the bruins went for John Tavares a few summers ago, creatures very outspoken when they came back in the fall saying like you didn't really love the balloons were doing that. He went on to have a really good year that year. And he was a huge part of why the bruins ended up being in the Cup final. That next summer, but crazy basically comes out and is like, why I don't get it, the coach never let me have pasta knock. How come now immediately posture not can go down to the second line? And I think it's, I think it's tough because I hate to be a fence sitter, but I see both sides because when creati was here, creature was like the main guy of that line. Now that second line is Taylor, I was supposed to be Taylor hall. That's the difference about it. I think create cheese well within his right to speak his mind. I think he maybe should be going at Sweeney a little more than Cassidy. Because Cassidy's trying to do like the best that he has with the guys that he has, and you can not past or not, that line was just so dominant. It was hard to peel them off. When the brooms were struggling, I would absolutely be like, you know what? We'll pass knock down, give this team like some new life. But yeah, I'm not surprised you made those remarks. I still hope he comes back that would be unbelievable. I didn't even get this team right now, the way they're playing would be nuts. You have depth. You don't have a ton of depth. Because you'd be able to. I still think they have depth, but creature would just make it so much better. So much better. I don't think another year straight to the hall, I say it a million times, but I would have loved to see it. And you're starting to see Taylor hall, you know, really start to get going with pasta now, which is great to see in pasta. Looks like he's got some more confidence, potted to against Tampa. Hopefully the floodgates open for him. So, yeah, I understand crazy why he said it and I mean he's always been open and I think he was well within his right to say it..

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"oskar" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

03:19 min | 7 months ago

"oskar" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"You'd rather have a young guy in your own system who's cheaper, development may be become, again, like if you get like a guy like Yamamoto or Appleton, what's like their ceiling, right? 30 point guy, ten, 15 goals, maybe you hope Steen becomes that. Maybe that's just jumping the gun for a guy with a small sample size, but I think if you're the broods, you'd much rather use a trade chip in Nebraska as part of a larger package to get. Again, guys, we've said countless signs are for a hurdle, a guy on defense. I think he'd rather do that. And if a guy like stinky kind of plug in that hole in that third line and be another productive middle 6 guy that can chip in offensively, then maybe that's a solid solution there to replace Deborah's in terms of just his spot in the lineup. Yes. And one thing about depth players is they're going to need them and this I'm coming stretch. 5 games in 7 days starting today Thursday. The wild, then you go to Tampa, then you go to Washington, then you come home against Montreal, you're then home again against Philly and your home against Nashville, but that's not exactly in the 5 days, 7 days span, but it's still a game coming up. And it's like a 7 7 game home stand. So yeah, the schedule ramps up. And they still haven't even announced where these new games are going until like February. You click ahead to February and it's still nothing. No, I didn't. I didn't even realize they're home a bunch. Yeah. A ton. I was just looking at the opponents I wasn't looking at the I'm on a daily basis here. I'm not looking at the time as a flat circle. Yeah, time doesn't exist anymore. But they are going to be jam packed with games. Which is why, again, I think there's a huge stretch for Oscar steam, where you can carve out a legit role for yourself in these next few games. And also with the goaltending too, because January 12th is coming up soon, which is the date that they kind of had circle for two to ask another thing we have to watch. So this upcoming strategy is going to be very, very fun. Lots of things to watch for and games to watch. You know, it's funny, it's a complete opposite of December, where we were kind of sitting at home December nights being like, what do we do? Now it's like, well, don't we do? There's so many things to do. So anyways, Connor, before we go, what can the people look forward to over at BSG? Yeah, it's obviously been a very busy week. We've been breaking down all of the key moments from the bruins winning streak. We looked at secondary scoring expectations for Oscar Steen. I'm sure we'll see more guys get reps going forward..

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"oskar" Discussed on Poke the Bear

Poke the Bear

03:27 min | 7 months ago

"oskar" Discussed on Poke the Bear

"Speaking of Boston accents, how about Brian Kelly? Yeah. Dropping that dude. Some people were like, oh, maybe it's a joke. And I was like, that was not said as a joke. That was not completely serious. And that dude's just like completely frazzled going down there. He probably thinks like going to Louisiana's like going to like the Popeyes over by Fenway. And it's far from it, pal. So you go from, where's it even from Chelsea? He's from Chelsea, right? Yeah, he's from mass. I know that. So he goes from that to having like Caleb crawdad on like that awful introduction he had for the basketball game that then doubling down about Boston on having accents. Like, dude, literally like, if you ask people, what's maybe the most discernible accent? It's like probably the New York of Boston, right? What do you do 100%? You idiot. That dude just southern's pretty discernible too. Like this, you know? That sounds like a molasses. I love me some Popeyes fried chicken. Yeah. You did a frigging bed of job than Brian Kelly doing his introduction down to the basketball game. I'm so ready to get some Reddit down here real soon. It's like shut up. Brian Kelly lost his fan banner captain privileges by disrespecting the entire Commonwealth of Massachusetts. So yes, you mentioned how you mentioned you mentioned Chelsea. It is not Chelsea. It's Everett. Everett. He's actually denied he's denied access to the Texas roadhouse and Everett now. His face. Or encore. Yes. Can't go to court anymore. He's done. No, I'm totally for banishing him from any he's a Massachusetts history or anything. I mean, ridiculous. By the way, I work in Atlanta technically, so I technically can do a southern accent. That's like part of my thing. Part of my thing. I say y'all now, even though I'm working for my fucking Brian Kelly as well. I'm going to tell you. I'm a complete fraud. I hope no one clips that. Anyways, I loved Sarah's reply to Brian Kelly's thing that you had to go to REI the other day, which must have just put your tongue in a pretzel. Yeah, it's not. It's not fun to say it. It was one of the first catch my catch myself and try not to do it now. That your RA on your dorm floor, like I can't say that. Yeah, it's bad. It's really, really bad. So, Brian Kelly, audio. Speaking of the accents, it's funny last night I was gonna tweet this and I didn't because I was like, oh, that's kinda lame. But do you remember a few years ago they did like a funny or die skit with Tom Brady? Yeah, if you're from Boston and he's clearly doesn't have an accent. I was like, I actually this clip is not as funny as I remember it when I was watching it when I was like 14 years old. That was like Brody started actually doing ads though. So you're like, oh, like breaking through anything now. That's like oat milk and I'll retweet it. I mean, I got when I was like, when I was like a freshman in high school. I got egg dress shoes because Tom Brady got them. Honest to God though they are so comfortable. I feel weird. I believe it. Yeah, no, I mean like complete corporate shell for that, but so competition. Yeah, no. When your feet feel good, everything feels good..

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Pastrnak scores tiebreaker in 3rd, Bruins beat Devils 5-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Pastrnak scores tiebreaker in 3rd, Bruins beat Devils 5-3

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"oskar" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

08:13 min | 10 months ago

"oskar" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"Famous schindler's list was created. Reportedly there were several lists created but all were prompted by oscars initial requests to move his workers to the new factory location. It was under this guys that oscar was able to save over one thousand jewish workers. A portion of the workers who arrived weren't even a part of the original group but joined after learning that oscar was willing to protect them and give them jobs at his factory while working at the factory oscar even went a step further by instructing the workers to create defective supplies to be given to the german military. So not only was he actually harboring people but he was also helping the opposition's war efforts with his supplies all throughout the war. Oskar worked hard to protect those around him and used his wealth to bribe or by the safety of others. eventually ending up in financial ruin. The war was over on may eighth nineteen forty-five and oscar and his wife to flee the country. The very next day he was still being pursued for his earlier war crimes and only escaped being caught with the help of the jewish population by the help of the jewish workers in his factory that aided his safe passage oskar eventually would safely arrive in argentina in argentina oscar would try his hand at farming which i found ironic. You know life coming full circle in nineteen fifty seven just twelve years. After the end of the war oscar would declare bankruptcy and returned home to try and rebuild his career. After another failed business attempt oscar would then have his life funded and supported by the jewish population through his work in helping to save. So many jewis lives oskar was quite well known within the community and regarded as almost a patron saint. This is what supported him for so many years and the appreciation did not cease upon his death in nineteen sixty. Two oskar would be awarded the title of righteous gentile and honor that was bestowed upon him for his humanitarian work. Unfortunately oskar schindler. Passed away on october. Ninth nineteen seventy four at the age of sixty. Six upon his death oskar was laid to rest on mount zion in jerusalem sacred ground only reserved for the most pious within the community. Oscar story would have gone largely unknown had not been kept alive within the jewish community. His story was retold for nineteen. Eighty two book titled schindler's ark as well as the nineteen ninety. Three release of the movie schindler's list now. This story was a doozy for me for several reasons. I mean just trying to really wrap my head around it. Honestly the pure aspect of humanity and duality within us is incredible oskar schindler was a self described. He'd nece and ruthless businessman to left his wife at home to pursue war. Prophets women and booze oskar. Schindler was a proclaimed savior and compassionate. Good samaritan who've risked his life and limb in order to save the lives of thousands of jewish people. The fact that both of these are the same individual is so baffling for me. It's so hard to reconcile. But i can easily say that the ability to love one's fellow man in the ability to take impactful. Action is a large leap. You know he could have just said like this is bad. This is terrible but i'm not going to actually take the steps to help. I don't support it. But i'm also not going to purposely hinder. It one requires intention and the other requires grit encourage. I mean real real courage beyond what most of us possess. This is what i meant in the beginning. When i said when it came down to the wire oscar was truly an incredible human being though he did pursue war prophets he also went broke giving those prophets away. Though he did join the nazi party. He dedicated his life to protecting and sheltering jewish people from nazi cruelty and though he did receive a factory through not the best means he used it to create faulty munitions for the nazi party. Offer safe harbor to the jewish population. Now this quote. I love this one purely for the raw emotion. You can sense in the words. Oscar wasn't exactly the most academically inclined. But you can tell that. He felt strongly about the people he was helping. And that's why. I wanted to tell his story because i wanted to demonstrate that we are human above. All we don't get it all right all the time. But there are instances. There are times in our life a we cannot deny where we are called to make the right decision. And i feel like oskar was called in. He may be right decision in spite of all of the reasons in which he could have said no he still did the right thing and to be able to do the right thing. It's not always easy. The right thing is not always the easiest and i also wanted to highlight that. So here's the quote. Here's the quote from oscar. I hated the brutality. The sadism and the insanity of nazism. I just couldn't stand by and see people destroyed. I did what i could when i had to do what my conscience told me i must do. That's all there is to it and that truly should be all there is to it. It seems so much simpler for some people and oscar was one of those people who really are would say cemented. The idea for means that. Duality doesn't define person again. You're allowed to make mistakes but when it comes down to it of making the right decision that's where your character really is tested. That's where it really comes into play. And i feel like oscar really showed his true character. So you can check us out at made of metal podcasts dot com and you can also follow us at made of mental podcast on instagram and facebook. So thank you so much to everybody. That told a friend left. 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"oskar" Discussed on Made of Mettle

Made of Mettle

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"oskar" Discussed on Made of Mettle

"Begin their life on the best moral footing. I described them as an anti hero when it came down to the wire their actions truly revealed the kindness and compassion within the core of their character which i think is the most important thing in spite of unsavory in i mean repulsive beginnings and moral failings this person underwent incredible inner transformation that resulted in outward heroism encourage because of this individuals work more than a thousand people were saved from pure evil in certain death. The facts are that this person acted for the minority against their own interests with substantial losses from mortar peril to financial losses. A- guarantee admittedly. I've always known the basics of this person's story. Because i'd watched the film while in english class and it forever changed my life. It was such an impactful story and incredibly emotional even for an angsty teen such as myself and yes. I was indeed in angsty teen. I had an orange mohawk at one point so that should give you all the information you need. I'm super excited to share the story with you. So let's get right into it. This week will be discussing the defender. The dastardly the deliverer oskar schindler oskar. Schindler was born april twenty eighth nineteen o eight in austria hungary which is now considered a part of the czech republic to a german family oscars parents hans and louisa would have two more children making oskar. The oldest sibling. Oscar's father owned a factory that built farm machinery while his mother stayed home to raise the children throughout early childhood. While growing up and attending school oscar was known for being well liked and made many friends. Academics weren't a particular strong point. And when it came time to go to college oskar decided to forgo coursework for trade school around nineteen twenty eight after dropping out of school and working for his father for a few years. Oscar would meet his future wife. They would quickly be married and oscar left working with his father attempting a variety of different jobs before finally enlisting in the military when his military service was completed oscar. Return to his father's business until the company went under due to an economic depression. It's also important to highlight that number. One oscar was twenty and his bride was nineteen and he was well known for partying openly having affairs outside of his marriage and engaging in heavy alcoholism around the same time as his father's business failed. The nazi party began to emerge as a political power within the nation. Oscar was a german businessman and he could see that aligning with the party would benefit him. Greatly both socially and financially he was actually arrested in nineteen thirty eight for espionage on behalf of the german military and was officially a member of the nazi party by nineteen thirty nine when world. War two began recognizing the profits to be made from war. Oscar seized. his opportunity moved to krakow and started working in the lucrative black market through his black market. Dealings oskar was able to secure important contacts a reputation of respect amongst the higher ranking german military officers. It was this networking that helped. Oscar obtained the lease of formerly jewish owned factory to manufacture products following in the footsteps of his father. In terms of business savvy oskar was able to win several lucrative contracts with the german military in order to fulfil his contracts oskar had to hire a production staff to work in his factory up until this point oscar had spent the majority of his life looking for ways to spend more time drinking philandering during an rubbing shoulders with the worst of humanity usually for financial gain in hiring his production staff. Oscar chose jewish workers simply because they were the cheapest wages in the area but as the atrocities of the holocaust began to creep closer to his factory. Something with an oscar would fundamentally change. It can't be definitively said exactly what transpired that cost offer to pivot his point of view. I'm personally going to guess. It was the combination of witnessing the horrible abuse being exacted on the jewish population combined with cultivating meaningful relationships. With his staff he worked with them every single day. I'm going to think that this is what fueled his tremendous change of heart. In nineteen forty two more than half. The employees that oscars factory were jewish and he worked with his accountant who was also jewish to hire even more. It was around the same time that oscar was quoted after watching a german raid against a jewish ghetto. Beyond this day no thinking person could fail to see what would happen. I was now resolved to do everything in my power to defeat the system and nineteen forty three. After the nazis arrived in krakow they began to her the jewish population into labor camps once oscar learned that many of his workers were included. He made a mad dash the station where they were being placed on trains to take them to the camps through bribing threatening and invoking a few of his big name contacts oskar was able to prevent his workers from being taken to the labor camps. It was at this point that historians theorize that oscar was clearly operating outside of financial interests. It was a bit ambiguous up until this point later that same year a work camp would be established nearby which is run by a well known in feared nazi officer. Who had made a reputation on being malicious in cruel once. Oscar became aware of the conditions. His workers would be living in. He used his charisma and connections to luxury goods to placate the officer in convince him to create a separate camp for his workers. Shielding them from the savagery in the main camp that next year in nineteen forty four. The nazis were beginning to lose the war in the russians would be arriving in krakow shortly to drive them out with this news. The nazis moved into action a liquidation plan to essentially send the remaining jewish population to concentration camps to be executed oscar immediately petitioned for his factory to be relocated to his hometown. Away from the orders in order to continue to manufacture goods for the german army. The germans granted oscars request with the condition that he had to make a list of the workers. He would like to travel with him. Who would be spared from execution. Here is where the.

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"oskar" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

The WAN Show Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"oskar" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast

"Yeah yeah this conclusion of just like i can't name it so minimal says let's be honest. It probably wasn't an engineer deciding. These names would be twenty digit numbers. Then that's a very good point but also intel finally has an engineer in charge. So i don't know maybe maybe the engineers are more charged than before. That's the exact type of point that i would normally try to jump on as well but i don't think it's necessarily relevant anymore. Yeah oskar killer says. it's the same thing. Md aimed did with their athlon. Cpu's compared to intel's gigahertz therapy are or performance rating. Yeah it is totally the same thing. In amdy totally took advantage of the the goodwill the brand equity around that naming scheme that they built with customers and it became misleading after a while like they had multiple chips called thirty two hundred plus that all had dramatically very different performance characteristics. Some that we're not even close to an intel three point two gigahertz chip and some actually outperformed it by the time. The athlon sixty four thirty two hundred plus rolled around it just isn't that simple amdi also took advantage of consumer goodwill when they changed their mobile naming schemes to be one thousand numbers ahead of their desktops compared to what the underlying architecture was. Intel is no angel here. I mean i've i've freaking. I've railed on them so many times for naming their high end desktop processors a generation ahead of their mainstream consumer ones. That was so frustrating. Because they'd have these high end. Hdtv enthusiasts overclock chips that from a single threaded standpoint even if they did boost to the same frequency didn't have the same performance as the mainstream freaking cheaper thing so nobody is innocent here. Everyone is guilty. At least at least they're all guilty now so that's good equally guilty because i won't tell the wasn't guilty before it's just degrees of guilty. I suppose that says. I love how liners has to explain that company. Isn't your friend almost every episode young. It's so true though it's important. Silence brand over the wall. Yeah yeah let's talk about sponsors. And then i will.

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Mystery of the Flathead Lake Monster

Mythical Monsters

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Mystery of the Flathead Lake Monster

"Oscar sat on the dock sipping coffee from chipped mug while he stared across the peaceful bluewater. The son had yet to make its way over the mission mountains. It was picturesque almost worth getting up at this hour. Almost oskar was no early bird after the army. He vowed to never again get up before sunrise. It was the main appeal of his job at the bank but he wasn't going fishing for himself. He was doing this for his best friend. The roar of a model a rumbled behind him. Oscar smiled. He knew that sound that bought that car from his dad. When oscar and matt got back from the war it was ancient them and that was nearly a decade ago. Oskar chugged his coffee and gave himself a pep talk. Matt needs this so don't complain. He smiled and waved. As matt backed up the car and the twelve foot john boat he towed behind it down the ramp and the water that called out to oscar. Figured you'd be wearing your bank. Close today matt's blue eyes looked sharp and clear and he was already busting oscars chops like used to those. Were good signs. Oscar worried about matt. Who was a little unstable these days. Not that oscar blamed him matt had been laid off. His wife had left him but they weren't going to talk about the sad stuff today. Today was about fishing. one thing. The two friends could still agree on after all these years or at least it was one thing matt loved that oscar could tolerate. Oscar hated hiking and hunting to him. It wasn't too different than being in the army. So fishing it was. He hadn't been on the lake years and he prayed for still waters matt hopped out of the truck and wrapped oscar in a bear. Hug you ready to catch the flathead lake monster. I saw it last week. Oscar i swear. Oscar chuckled matt. Had to make everything an adventure.

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"oskar" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"oskar" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Victor now back to the beer guy's radio show welcome back to guys. Radio show. remember Are available on demand so if you missed the broadcast. Get the podcast. Beer guys. radio is available in all popular and unpopular podcasting apps. Let's now let's get back to oskar blues brewery oskar blues brewery. Guys we just got into smash the stash and For those it don't know a smash beer woo we've home-brewed we've dabbled so we know all about the smash but what does a smash beer. Well i mean it's it's an acronym for a single mall in single hop so it's you know once you once you know those those letters you know in for the word you'll you'll start to see this phrase and word around a lot of birdies. It's it's a way for a brewery to make beer using one single hop awards in that particular grain of their choice. So so the smash the stash was the malt and hop in this one. Okay so the malt is a pale. Gene variety malt from route. Shoot malting company giving them a shout out from love the colorado It's an winning pale. Malt and just has credible colorado Tawaf labor to it a little heads of color so you get that nice golden hue with imparting any type of complex sugars to the to. The beer finishes very dry very crisp very clean. So it's been a favorite of mine to use small-scale for the last four or five years. I just realized that i'm missing the world. Can i think i've been saying smash stash this smash floor sash because its purpose is for purpose air. This this feels like an aaron question here. What is the purpose. Yeah so it's a. It's an organization called stash strong which supports brain cancer research and luma kirchner. Who is the manager of all all four of our tap. Room's all over the country so we have to in colorado one in austin and then one here in north carolina he Had a good friend who was affected by Brain cancer and so he this. This is kind of his baby away. working with this organization and then giving a percentage of of the sales to them And then actually having the name of the beer actually hearken back into that nonprofit as well so yeah for sure. I always love seeing beers for cosby beers for a purpose. They're so sure. Yeah it's i mean we're gonna drink we might as well do a good thing on top of which i think good things doubled down. The goodness might as well. We were talking a little off the air about Smash beers and we remember when golden promise was a popular one to use as the mall and most marissa mayer solder mosaic. That was a popular kabul. There for a good while you've been doing a bunch of smash stuff in your fist year facility where you're doing a lot of research like like a years worth of smash beers or even more rights. I mean i mean the last. I've been at the you know running the facility of the d program for the last six years we've been doing for the last six years down every every couple of months or so You know all those heavy hitter. Hops mosaic galaxy Data that are very popular. We've done some smaller badges with hops kashmir when it first came out or grund geist A new chairman hop that's nuts Just to see what. How see how we are. These hawks can get when you when you push the limits of using them In an ita so this particular hop. That's in this. This variation the smash for stash is the several hop. And if you've had sabroto before you know it's very obvious hop with that line mcgann coconut characteristic that comes from it and This hop is led to the development. This hop is led to Potential future can of list variation called campus tiki where we will use the sabroto in the brew. One and other types of really tropical hops to create a tiki style type popped ip a capless variation. So you know the all this work that we do know to potential arch co-production yeah. I'm sure any brewer. That bruce's because they love to brew. That's the fun stuff right. You can crank out a on how. How big is your production batches. Now what what size you brew house. There are production facility in lamont is fifty barrel fifty yeah This is a small amount of hundred barrel fermenters but mostly two hundred barrel fermenters so looking at four turns to fill this up. I produced ten bureau batches so okay. We've got we've got three hundred zero from inter's here in bavard we've got. We've got sort of a a double barrel shotgun style a match up to fifty barrel kind of side by side. So they can mash one on each side to fill those three hundred barrel. Fermenters faster I don't remember the size. But i remember when sweetwater was the biggest ones i'd ever seen. They've got massive tanks and then went. Shoo went up to two asheville area. Did the sierra nevada tour. Those are those are wild and extend from the floor. Outside of the is the only. Yeah it's crazy right. I mean they had a hops room there at Sierra nevada that you were you could play in batches that were probably more than some small brewers used in a year in half and they just had them in there for for the fans to come through and mess around in. That place is pretty wild. It's crazy yeah. We're we're fortunate to be to be nearby them and they've actually been closed down throughout the thoughts dynamic there so we we get a lot of folks. Come into to the taproom here because we're only fifteen minutes away You know the wanted to go to sierra of but we've been open we've got a great outdoor patio outdoor bar with thirty two taps so we've been open the whole time pretty much. We were shut down in the beginning but It's been interesting talking through this. When when the pandemic. I started like maybe the first month. Of course every brewer. We talked to. That's what we wanted to talk about because it was the hoster. Yeah maybe five or six weeks and the guys are like can we talk about anything except call absolutely. Yeah sure enough We don't need to be reminded about this. We see masks every day all day. So you're like three months ago. We all we had to do this for a long. And now now here so but it's nice you know numbers infection. Numbers are dropping more getting vaccinated. So we're we're working back towards it like said. We got to spend a saturday in a beer garden. Which is something we haven't done in a while so that was nice. It's very nice. It's very nice you know. You mentioned earlier the cannabis series and i. I have to admit. I'm a little embarrassed. I did not realize that cannabis was both a beer. I think it's a single beer. Plus a seasonal selection of beers correct. It's just our platform for ipa's and everything all the different variations of as so we have a rotating series that changes three times a year And then we've we've done some stand load a standalone versions as well that are out all year. A double cabalists and cannabis resin nece. Which is i think. I think that's probably my favorite. I love.

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"oskar" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"oskar" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"We're broadcasting from the beer radio studios in marietta georgia this week. We're talking with oskar blues brewery. I have tim denison with me. As always my good friend to co host bryant hewitt any teams joining us. Today we have juice drapeau of the head brewer of oscar blues and erin baker. They're senior marketing manager. And we also have with us in studio. Brian crafts of rock saudi founder. Home head brewer. Head head brewer bottle cleaner. Everything with us. Yeah so we're gonna talk about smash beers big barely spears the latest releases and death by various delicious things guys. Thanks for joining us. Thanks appreciate it. Yeah the death by series. That's a fun one man. We enjoy indeed. We enjoy that all the death by coconut almost delicious fatalities among yes later in the show. We've already been one of our favorite things to do is to give terrible ideas for beers and beer names so we will make sure to share some of our brilliance with you guys. That'd be unique because we only have good ideas. All did juice only picks good names so there you go with a name like juice. You know it's gonna be solid fun stuff. They're usually i think of a name. And then i make it a lot more than it works. Okay starting boy you know when you say a name and everybody just kind of silent like okay okay. Can we get some more ideas here right tough. No respect no. Respect her guys as we We are dipping into the oscars lager here and we love beers like this now and these these really. These drinking beers drinkable beers. Were big fans. So tell us little about oscar's lager here so so basically you know the last few years we've been talking about developing a really really know. Low carb low calorie Logger that was still pass with plenty flavor. You know still had a nice mouth feel which is really difficult to do. And you controlling the type of carb and Alcohol input and beer So What we did as he did. A lot of trials we incorporate a lot of different Some some adjunct some rice and and we decided to become an all pills malt with With a little bit of Dextrose and a little bit of rice syrup arts easier to handle the brew house and with combination of various enzymes. We'd get us down to a very very dry very crisp fear that were able to Have in our legal revocations of the calories and carbonation in carbohydrates as well. Good stuff that we went Local brewery here halfway crooks. Their laager lager laager lager. Hats have been crossed the across the country. Yeah they're doing czech beer days right now and we went down. They've got a really nice beer garden. Really big beer garden and We went down sat in the beer garden. I think it was what mid seventies and a little breeze house beautiful little tree companies. Well so no real strong direct sun very nice but they had a three point nine percent. Check pills on that. You could just sit in the beer garden and crush all day. So that was good stuff man. That's always a good time. The big foamy pours to delightful. Yeah jews wish that we had spear Because a few years back we were a sponsor of nascar. Yeah we're the. We're the first theory in nascar. I would have to go over to charlotte motor speedway from our berea provide and spend like five days pouring beer out there for the thirsty nascar fans and Obviously dale's pale was was what leading with the most and you could see because dale earnhardt jr. like they wanted to love the beer so much but that crowd anything with Any sort of flavor they Let's see really have a hard time with so. I really wish that that we'd had this fear for them. Because you know it's still got a lot of flavor for what it is But it's definitely not easy drinking you know nascar beer that i i appreciate the nascar sponsorship but that was kind of an odd match up there you know for the beer and they're you know like you said they wanted a love it. They wanted to love details but Maybe just a little punchy for your average nascar fan. Yeah it was. It was still fun. And honestly i was pleasantly surprised by. We did it for i think. Four or five years in a row and we would set up in the same spot in the fan zone outside the stadium every every or the race track. I should say every every year and we would have people. Come back and be like you know. I don't drink any craft beer. But i loved the you know pinner mama's louis Ones we were bringing And they would come back for it every year so it if we did we did win some people over good stuff but yeah. That's one of the time and one of the time. Go brian. you said your berry that rock-solid it's a it's a drink beer kind of place right. Oh yeah we're up in north georgia a little Outside of the beaten path yep and they they love the crispy boys bring the crispy boys man i i. I can't argue with that there. Not that i know okay. Thank Gainesville yeah a lot of race fans. There i would probably. That's the heart of it right there in the well tim. I think it's time for us to get into the beers of the week. Now it's time for our beer's of the week brought to you by the net craft beer and barbecue and downtown kennesaw georgia kennesaw dot com. We'll ryan this is going to surprise you but we've got a pretty nice list list of beers and i want to thank the nest for sponsoring the segment. Brian to our favorite people are getting together this month. It is ironmonger month at the nest. Oh how about. They're going to be doing tap. Take over there. Four to five taps and coming later in the month though have perfect. Paul which is a collaboration between ironmonger in a pathos row street which is part of the nest family of businesses air and that is a six point seven percent mexican chocolate coffee style. I'm told it's pretty coffee forward brian. I'm on board. I mean think about that but today in studio as we mentioned we're drinking oscars lager. We also have thick as northeast. Ip ondeck guava rodeo which is a guava sour tangerines and smash stash ip a juice. It's been a minute since. I've seen a smash beer. Yeah in you know. So you know i. I run the lands location in throughout the facility. We we do a law all the and debris but we like to feature a single hawk net really allowed us to dig deep into what that particular hot does whether it's used heavily in a whirlpool edition or or How macon's material does the drop really worked with that particular hop so we started doing these smash smash beers and developed a series series. That was available in our tap. Room's kind of got a lot of attention just room in a lotta to to learn with some of these hops And how how. They.

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Elliott stops 40, Konecny scores as Flyers beat Sabres 3-0

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Elliott stops 40, Konecny scores as Flyers beat Sabres 3-0

"The Philadelphia flyers blank the Buffalo Sabres three nothing Tuesday night to split their back to back contests Brian Elliott earned the shutout making forty saves in his first start of the season last night was it was not what we wanted to to put on the ice as a team and you know I thought that the response tonight was so I was really good the eventual game winner came late in the second when Oskar Lindblom connected with the springing Travis connect me who shuffled the puck through the legs of Carter Hutton to put the flyers up one nothing after two when Hutton couldn't return for the third period the Sabres were forced to put the youngster Yanis your Hanson a net for just the seventh NHL game Jake Voracek scored his first of the season late in the third and Kevin Hayes added an empty netter to seal the win for the flyers I'm Walter Morris account no

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Farabee has 4-point game, Flyers beat Penguins 6-3

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Farabee has 4-point game, Flyers beat Penguins 6-3

"Joel Farabee had a goal and three assists in the flyer six three decision over the penguins the game was tied three three until Michael Raffl tallied five thirty seven into the third period to begin a flurry of scoring for Philadelphia Oskar Lindblom Kevin Hayes scored twenty seconds apart to turn it into a rout flyers forward Travis connect me like how they closed out the win I definitely think that you know when we got those chances we made sure we capitalized and you know I think the couple quick ones they're kind of put him back on their heels no one Patrick also scored in his first game since April two thousand nineteen the twenty two year old center and number two overall pick in the twenty seventeen draft was stricken with debilitating migraines are caused him to miss all of last season I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Happiness Formula

Uncensored Advice For Men

07:09 min | 1 year ago

The Happiness Formula

"So dudes. Are you ready for a conversation today. I'm having a conversation with the love. Dr neal gupta who's going to give us the happiness formula. So if you're struggling with this stay tuned nil. Welcome to show a josh. Thank you five me on the show. And i promise that listeners here that they will gain many tools and methodologies that they can immediately apply in all aspects. I live and everything. I teach them as practical so Keep king tier so before we dive into the happiness formula. You have coached some of the most famous celebrities on the planet like mike tyson. In some top athletes. And ceos and and you've worked with richard branson and you've you've done an incredible amount of things just quick question in a fight. who would win me or my tyson. Thousand my mind me you will be. You'll be pulverized without him even a touching you in any form whatsoever. There'd be a big puddle to show where you being away you run to i. I agree okay so we don't have to actually go to fist. But so why don't you give us a little backstory. Shared it with me before but man fascinating. How did you. How did you get here. Give us your story so it really started In two thousand eight. I lost everything on the stock market real estate and not just at the end of my wits end to know what today you know what perhaps family a bedroom. For that night. I really was on the budget suicide. And fortunately i'd be a someone who was able to being. Give me an intervention the same ten robbings and now it's beautiful her time in south which which we couldn't afford together to but we managed to work it out somehow thank god for credit cards and the a eight by these off right. Yeah it's my credit card and you know. I'm not going to be here that long summer. A wreck up something on it. Okay but dammit. I get incoming suicide so the pay the bill but yet thirty innings mention. His wife did one. His wife's brother one want them. My wife did an intervention. From that date onwards it was november. coming to the exact date to two thousand eight. My life can changed like my identity and everything changed completely beautiful thing so you got to the point where you lost all your money and you said you were on the verge of suicide where your family had to step in and bring in some professionals to do an intervention. What was going on in in your life where your family members said. If we don't do something something really bad going to happen. Walk me through that. You know what was going on in your mind and your life at that time frame. What they didn't do so josh. It was that That friday evening. Act to tell my wife i said honey something really happened and she looked at me and then i said looking at. We've lost everything. The cows has as the student funds the fees. Everything and she looked at me and she smiled and said. Did you hear what i said. I was confused and she's honey. Note that something new something was wrong. You were behaving ready strangely. And i thought it was something serious. See what he told me. This is serious. She said no you with dying but we have cancer. Wow that's what i was concerned about. And i don't care about the money as long as i'm with you Kids with you. You still have us. I completely didn't think that we're not focusing on the things. I lost rather than the things that we focus at that height laugh and this is what happens in life. We focus on what we didn't have but we should focus on what we hang suggestion. What valuation which you give on a ten out of ten. Yeah but money wants a million dollars five million. Your is priceless. This is our wealth. Our wealth is this what we have left. When you take away all the possessions. How kind do you on generous have playfully. You are funnier. You giving your generous a your personal you. This is annette network and my wife said look honey. I didn't care as long as we're here on having that support judge. I tell you makes me invincible. It's nothing that can happen right now. That would stop me from. Doing anything are really put my mindset because i making leaning kate leaping your wife sounds like an incredible person. Right uber focused on what you're losing and all the things that you worked really hard and she said oh i was serious now. If we interviewed her right how would how. Where did she pull that strength from. Where did she pulled that from to be able to speak to you. They're like a. I would love to hear your thoughts on that and then what you did afterwards so if we interviewed your wife would she say in that moment. She said i don't care. The most important thing to me is family will make it up somehow but i. It just doesn't bother her. She's just a beautiful loving so now she's got to amazing kids and You know when you're driven by love nothing else matters really such a say beautiful nonshedding incredible Feeling and that's what we do. Human beings everything that we do is for feeling we have a nice ta house money nippon being. It gives us so then. What happened after this right you. You had an intervention in south. Florida backed by deza funded by visa and and walk us through what intervention looks like. And how did you go from the darkness to being the love doctor now and healing people and helping people like what happened in that moment. So i approached sage. Who's a tony's wife. And she said. I'll put your hand up put. Your hand assembled putting my hand. That i i sell nervous. What other people thought having Tiny picton means you on. No money's not your identity. That's not you are. oh okay. It's a joke. Because i thought my wife wanted money. And she seth any. I've never honesty from an. 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Everything You Need To Know About Justin Biebers New Song

Direct from Hollywood

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Everything You Need To Know About Justin Biebers New Song

"To superstars have announced new music on the way Alicia keys who self tied it on a leash had seen several delays due to co with thankfully, the weights almost over she took a social to announce that the record will finally arrive on Friday, which is the same day just beavers unveiling new music justin have been posting mysterious Hinson's last Friday counting down September eighteenth before finally confirming on Monday and it's called Holy. There's speculation chance to rapper maybe on him after Justin retweeted one chances tweets that read I know he made you a snack like Oskar. Proud which something is a lyric we'll know on Friday.

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Thomas Cook collapses, leaving passengers stranded.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:23 min | 3 years ago

Thomas Cook collapses, leaving passengers stranded.

"Coming up on the news a Thomas Cook Airline in collapsed triggers largest peacetime repatriation in UK history Boris Johnson declines to comment on claims he awarded what is public funds to a friend and UN chief urges action to make Earth Carbon neutral by twenty fifty. It's Monday September twenty three. I'm Anthony Davis. A British tour operator rated Thomas Cook fell victim to multiple setbacks including shifting travel habits the rise of online booking sites the sinking pound and even unusually really hot weather that encouraged few northern Europeans to travel specific problems of its own like a one point six billion pounds debt pile made it less able to to react to change it all added up to a perfect storm that leads the one hundred and seventy eight year old company to cease operations. Elliott this morning stranding ending hundreds of thousands of travelers analysts said Thomas Cook which wrote a package holiday boom that started in the mid eighties was too slow to react as consumers huma moved away from buying trips bricks and mortar stores. The company did push into online business with forty percent of its bookings coming from the Internet has of last year yeah but not fast enough online rivals. Meanwhile didn't have to bear the costs of owning two hundred hotels five hundred travel agency shops and one hundred five airline jets but acted as middlemen but other factors late into the British travel company also company officials have cited uncertainty over Brexit Brexit' both from consumers worried about its impact on their finances and from the timing given that one unfulfilled deadline for Britain to leave the EU fell on March Watch thirty I just days before the heavy European Easter holiday travel season this year after twenty ten the Arab spring revolts discouraged travel to previous is UK favorites such as Egypt and Tunisia more than one hundred fifty thousand customers are currently stranded abroad leaving the UK government to to carry out what Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb calls the biggest peacetime repatriation in UK history. The job of bringing Thomas Cook customers estimates home falls to the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority who says the number of travellers being brought home is unprecedented. The agency says it has secured a fleet of aircraft from around the world to bring the passengers pack. Comores Johnson has repeatedly declined to comment on reported allegations he failed to declare close personal links to an American woman who received thousands thousands of pounds in public business funding while he was mayor of London the Prime Minister refused to answer six questions today about his links to Jennifer or curry curry a US technology entrepreneur a company run by curry received access to money to assist business as well as places on trade trips at times following the intervention of Meryl officials. It's also reported that Johnson was at the time a regular visitor to our curry's east London apartment and and that she described him at the time as one of my best friends the report said are curry's most recent company one one hundred thousand pound and government cyber skills grant intended to assist UK firms even though she has now returned to live in the US the Department for Culture Media and Sport Bolt has confirmed. It is investigating how the money was awarded. This isn't the first time Boris Johnson is accused of financial mismanagement during his time as man he famously spent millions on a new bus for London. That was less efficient than the ones. It was replacing. He builds a cable car that nobody used and commissioned Asian to garden bridge that cost fifty three million pounds despite never being built well leader after world leader told the United Nations today they would do more to prevent a warming world from reaching even more dangerous levels apples but as they made their pledges they conceded. It was not enough. Sixty six countries have promised to have more ambitious climate goals and thirty ETI swore to be carbon neutral by mid century heads of nations such as Finland in Gemini promised to ban coal within a decade Donald Trump dropped by by fifteen minutes listened to German Chancellor Angela Merkel's detailed pledges and then left without saying anything and even before world leaders made their promises is in three minutes speeches sixteen year olds climate activist Greta Tune Burke in an emotional speech chided the leaders with the repeated phrase. How how dare you this is all wrong. I shouldn't be up here. Tune Bug said I should be back in school on the other side of the ocean yet. You have come to US young people. I hope you have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words. We will not let you get away with tune. Berg said right now is where we draw the line. UN Secretary General Antonio Guiterrez opened the climate action summit by saying Earth is issuing a chilling cry. Stop Gutierrez told world leaders that it's not a time to negotiate. He said the world can hit it strictest temperature goal but to act to make the world carbon-neutral literal by twenty fifty you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP Oskar Smart Speaker or enable the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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Disney Takes Full Operational Control Of Hulu, Will Buy Out Comcast In Five Years

The Frame

06:02 min | 3 years ago

Disney Takes Full Operational Control Of Hulu, Will Buy Out Comcast In Five Years

"The annual up-front are taking place this week in New York City. It's when broadcast and cable networks gathered to unveil their fall lineups and make their pitch to advertisers today. Disney announced its plans to buy com casher of Hulu for no less than five point eight billion dollars giving Disney full control of the streaming site. Bloomberg news reporter, Lucas Shaw told me what Disney plans to do with its new acquisition all the executives who that asked. Today said it was too soon to know, you know, one divide that we know is that is neat. Plus or all of the family fund friendly has classic Disney programs so Pixar, and then also some marvel and in Star Wars who is going to be home to more of the adult show. So like, the FX network which had American horror story and people for so Jay and pose those shows are likely to live on. Hulu how exactly that's gonna work still being sorted out. Some of the other networks, you know, what's the different shows on ABC or could end up in in both places. And also dizzy has ESPN plus which is going to be sports streaming service. So Disney total will have what five streaming platforms in the next couple of years or four at least by the end of this year. It'll have the three big ones of of Disney, plus. Who and ESPN plus, and then there may be some some smaller one round the margin. But I think if you're gonna put all of its investment into those three as John Landgraf, the head of FX said this morning, there's not a whole lot of sense in being a smaller streaming service competing now that you have some of these huge companies, apple Amazon. Netflix is knee AT and T com. Asked all kind of racing toward the same place. John Landgraf also says he's letting FX now go away. And instead the streaming for FX will now go on Hulu. So it does feel like there's a massive consolidation even between the FOX and Disney and ABC assets right now. Yeah. And it's funny. You know, we used to talk about in the entertainment business. There's a lot of talk about the six meters ios, and that was mostly in reference to the movies, but it's true and TV too and that six has shifted where you still because of the consolidation. The Disney is is still a really big player. Universal is through Comcast which owns it. But you know, have the. Of the tech guys seated at that table thing that also seems to be happening is that the networks are canceling a lot of shows, and obviously that are going to be introducing new ones does it feel as if they're higher profile shows that are now being axed. The number of shows that really matter on broadcast has gone down. You know, you look at what the ratings are what the shows that people are talking about. And they're just not a lot of new broadcast hits every year. You know, when you were talking making reference to big shows getting cancelled one of the big shows that you think got cancelled with was empire, you know, just four years ago that was the big new hit on TV. You know, great news for FOX it added viewers every week season. Finale was watched by like seventeen eighteen million people and just a few years later the audience for that show is really shriveled. It's not even one of the sixty most watched shows on on TV anymore. So it seemed to make sense for FOX to have that end after six season, and then the type of show that really capitalizes and an audience every year like empire did a few years ago is few and far between you've had empire that this is compare that the number of sexy shows that have come out on streaming or on cable in recent years in broadcasts and share of pop culture, just shrinks every year dizzy. His obviously been on a spending spree and buying a lot of the assets of Twentieth Century, Fox. And now, it's Hulu deal. Are there are other networks and media companies that feel like they're a little bit behind is there one network. In other words, that has more to prove at the up front than others right now that, you know, the companies that have a lot to prove or actually the the smaller media companies that own cable network, most of the companies that own a big broadcast network CBS NBC ABC FOX are in a little stronger position because the audiences for those broadcast networks are still quite large. Whereas the audience is for a lot of these smaller cable networks the ones owned by discovery. Viacom, AMC networks aren't a little more little more of a challenge. But among the four broadcast networks NBC and CBS are far ahead of their competition. ABC announced that it is cancelling an Oscar host for next year's award show. The head of ABC said they were so pleased with with how the show went this year the ratings were up, and they announced that on the same day that they said that Jimmy Kimmel was sticking around for another three years. So it would have seemed like if you wanted to have him come back as as Oskar host. You might put that announcement together. But Franken is as you're as somebody who watches the Oscars. I thought it worked pretty well. Without a host didn't talk specifically about NBC. It's part of Comcast. And NBC universal is going to launch its own streaming service. How does it affect shows like the office, which right now is available on Netflix? But might be going away is that the right impression the fate of shows like the office and friends and some of the reruns that are quite popular on Netflix is is is up for debate right now what you have is companies like Comcast and AT and T who studios own though shows trying to decide what they want to do with them because they're coming up with their own streaming services. You certainly want to have if you're Comcast. You wanna have the office on the NBC universal streaming service. If you're eighty and he Warner media, you wanna be able to offer friends on yours, but you get paid so much money by net flicks for those reruns, and you get to expose that show to to a bunch of those. You're netflix. It's the largest audience if any streaming service, so what they may do is take an of a almost like a timeshare approach where it'll it'll exist on both. And it's not so different. You know, friends is on Netflix now, but reruns are also vailable on traditional TV on different cable networks, and so you could see media companies do that or they may choose to remove the show altogether. They haven't announced plans brighter, those programs yet

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How Much Does it Cost to Win an Oscar?

Business Wars Daily

05:32 min | 3 years ago

How Much Does it Cost to Win an Oscar?

"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages. Thanks can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this Monday, February twenty fifth last night's Oscars. Telecast livered everything we've come to expect from Hollywood's biggest night big lights big stars and big winners. But here on business wars daily. We're most interested in the evenings. Biggest spenders, and we don't mean how much the movie mogul spent to make their movies. We're talking about how much it costs them to win those gold statuettes. Now, I hate to burst your bubble. But it takes more than epic performances to win Hollywood's top honors much more movie studios, roll out months, long, aggressive strategic marketing campaigns. They have never been bigger than this year in part because there was no clear front runner for best picture this around and other awards were also up for grabs. And there was one other reason Netflix Netflix has never before been a serious Oscar contender, but this year the streaming. Had an ace. Epoch Sleep a Spanish language film written and directed by Oscar darling Alphonso Koran to try to secure Oscar wins for it surprise best picture nominee. Netflix spent an estimated twenty five million dollars on the campaign. That's ten million dollars more than it costs to make the film Roma was nominated for ten Oscars in all and net. Flicks. Wanted those gold statue so badly that it not only hired Hollywood's top award campaigner Lisa Taber back it acquired her entire independent agency. Those twenty workers spent money like it was champagne flowing from a fountain at a Hollywood gala all for the tiniest of audiences. The money went to influence, the eight thousand members of the academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences who vote on the Oscars. Netflix funded lavish parties, endless pricey lunches and dinners panel discussions billboards and even private museum qua. Polity experiences like it's exhibition of Roma costumes and so did its competitors. Prompting one industry writer to quip that academy. Members didn't have to cook a meal between September at the start of Oscar season in February having an Oscar to on your shelf. Not only boosts box office gold. It helps movie studios attract a list talent. So when Netflix upped, the ante it spurred studio rivals to increase their already colossal campaign. Budgets, Warner Brothers. For instance, spin about twenty million dollars trying to win Oscars for Bradley Cooper's best picture nominated a stars born the big upset this year was of course, that a net. Flicks produced film could earn nominations at all let alone ten and winning even one Oskar changes the industry playing field. We may see more films go straight to streaming skipping cinemas altogether and more films produced by legacy movie makers could move to streamers and out of theaters. Faster than they have before. But Netflix has a future fight on its hands with Disney Warner media and apple all soon to launch streaming services. Netflix has to scrap to stay on top of the original content heap. This may have been just the first Academy Awards to experience. A whopping campaign. Spend by an online film distributor. It certainly won't be the last. From wondering this is business wars daily. Hey, we're curious did your favorite win last night. Tweet us at business wars. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs in deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Well, now there's a better way to ship sent pro online by Pitney Bowes with central online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments. And check this out USPS postal rates increased back on January twenty seventh. But with sent pro online, you can still access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter use end Centro online is only fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PB dot com slash BWI daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help you weigh your packages and accurately calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com slash. BW daily and thanks to Pitney Bowes in central online for sponsoring the show.

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"oskar" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"oskar" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"But the office is the reason I love it is first of all they do so much improv, which we don't even know what is some of the best teams improvise Oscar kiss. Yes. He didn't know Oskar at no Michael's gonna kiss him. The wedding the wedding. When it got married to the reenactment of the YouTube thing. That was so breath out that I would truly do. Yeah. If I ever get married definitely wanna steal that. Top of I'll get you thinking about your wedding. Course emceeing allowed chicken fingers reception. That is my number one thing, I'm my wedding, the food that'll be good and the music that we that's what people honestly, that's what your guests really care about them. Of course. Happy for you and stuff, but they talk about the food. They is it open bar and is willing to wedding. That is not over. I went to one on the relatives. Well, relatives everybody have opened bar. Well, you see isn't that funny? How for some odd reason people at weddings there like there's no rules. It's a free for all. I'm just going nuts. It's like wedding, receptions, people just go crazy. And they just like, okay. Well, I'm open bar. I drink all the drinks all the drinks. And they start this guy that you've never heard a word from is out there like jam into James Brown. And you're like, I didn't even know that guy could talk and there break dancing. Wait for that one song the the black weddings that that song? What what are you get up to you get up to do the lecture slap, you get logic landslide slide? That's that's that's the one. That's that's my jam. Everyone's gotta get up for that. Know that I'm gonna be over. Oh, right. Yeah. I was at Myers wedding March. And I went to college together. Good friends for while also went to Sam Dekker's wedding. We've been friends. Laugh. Yeah. Big tenors over here. Many weddings? I've been to. Four Weddings, and that was to and then my best friend got married. What's the best? Like, I went to Harrison Barnes wedding. So you've been to some weddings, those are the four. Yeah. To what's the haven't been to anyone? No, no, I've been people. Weed gonna be like, well, I went my friend. Jackie got married. Care about that. No. I'm not into any like, you don't know any of them. But I wanna know the like of celebs are our players or whatever like the best wedding. You've been to that we would know Andrei dollar on the yearly winning championship. I remember he had it at the one and only Kabo in Kabul. Drug laws Kabo, we just do trip sitting other with arsenic. Now, they're not just to. I remember he, you know, he's doing a destination wedding. And I remember him being. Hey, ninety eight percent of people are the pe- say they're showing up, and it was the classy wet. I was in a wedding crack, I got carried out. I got cared. Now. Do that night. I I was fascinating you chase. I asked me was not fasting. I was I hadn't drank in a while shrank cut some weight catch and at a next Keila nesting. I known drinking drinking drinking Arkell west pass me shot at grandma yet. I just remember. Leinna Rudy gay throw up a member. Pete myers. Uncle Wes back to my room on a golf cart. And. Now, it's me off my room, then taking thing pockets or anything. So. Do. So when I woke up, the next morning church service, and all that and. Brunch. Hurry. It was a great service church. Right. Got to the food to a board walk and everybody's hey, look who's. Even the workers. You're okay was really that. Crazy. Oh, yeah. You're out of it. Do you remember the wedding? Like, I remember being the drunk part? You're during the golf cart at all. Nope. Narconon programme I going off. Cartel. Get me. But I gave one a top five speeches of all time. That's fortunate enough to be one of his groomsman in grass mantis something like that. I don't know when he first asked me being white, and I was kind of like. That's kind of soon we just met. No. But at the same time as always been like a brother, I mean so most flattering that's the most the nice thing. Of course, you know, dre only shows around so much sunlight fam-, you won't be. I felt he's like do you want to be a best man? I was kind of like. The best man stop..

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"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Oskar it's a lost cause and I won't invest. Another penny in it, and quote in the end Schindler added sixty of matches workers to his own list. As company Taylor's by the time all of Schindler's workers were added the number of people on the list tallied just over one thousand they were loaded onto a train and shipped off to Schindler's new. Check factory the remaining twenty five thousand people in plash off where sent to their deaths in Auschwitz, the move from crack off to Brenna. Nets was rough only one group of one hundred people made the journey in one go the rest of Schindler's workers were pulled off their trains and detained at the gross Rosen concentration camp where they were tortured beaten and starved shin. There was forced to return to his SS contacts and bribe them with his dwindling funds to release his people. This was a huge risk for Schindler because he could be exposed as being. Sympathetic to the Jewish prisoners as this was a serious crime under Nazi rule, if he came under suspicion Schindler could lose his rank his money. He could even be jailed and killed but the bribes worked and Schindler was able to pass off as concern as mere irritation. He insisted that the workers he already had were trained. It would take too much time and effort to educate a whole new workforce. Schindler spoke later about the stress of that time he said, quote, no outsider can imagine. How much work was involved from the moment. I made the decision to bring my Jews west with me to the moment. I got them all over thousand people safely to the new location. The move seemed impossible and brought me to the brink of despair. And quote by November nineteen forty four all of Schindler's Jewish workers. His Schindler's Yudin were remanded to the relative safety of the Brennan its factory. Schindler also convinced the Nazis dissent him Jewish prisoners would escape from concentration camps and been recaptured. His workforce grew by another one hundred people over the next several months as escapees were sent across the border to Czechoslovakia to work for Schindler, though. Similar had an entire factory and eleven hundred workers at his disposal. His planted Brennan nets only produced one single wagon load of ammunition for the Nazis. Oscar forged documents and production numbers to validate the existence of the factory. Instead, the workers spent time forging stamps, and passports and stockpiling Nazi weapons Oskar and Amelia spent their time and fortune caring for the schinder juden Amelia cooked food and ministered to the sick while Oscar depleted his remaining funds buying black market rations for his workers and bribing the right people to keep them out of the death camps on one occasion ship. And later received shipment of one hundred sick Jewish men diverted from their original destination and deposited at his factory inside a packed and frozen railway car, the Brousseau train station master called Schindler and told him there were two cars full of Jewish prisoners from Auschwitz sitting abandoned on his tracks and asked if Schindler knew anything about them thinking quickly Schindler lied and said the train cars belonged to him. He'd been waiting on those workers for ages. He instructed the stationmaster send the prisoners to his factory immediately. When no other camp or factory claim them Oskar in Amelia, schinder cracked, the railway car open and rescued the men inside the men were emaciated beyond belief wounded and dehydrated most of them were so starved that they could not stomach the normal rations distributed to the rest of Schindler's workers a million Oskar used their connections to acquire Ray. Rare semolina porridge and Amelia cooked huge vats of food for the sick men. Feeding in nursing them back to health over the next several days on may ninth nineteen Forty-five Russian forces invaded Czechoslovakia and seized control of the country from the Nazis Schindler dispatched a team of his workers. Armed with rifles to kill the local SS officer before the Russians arrived as a German factory owner and known member of the Nazi party Oskar Schindler knew he was more likely to be shot by the Russians than captured. He made sure everything was in order for when the Russians reached his factory and rescued his workers, then Oscar Emilia and some of their office workers fled Czechoslovakia in Schindler's, beloved horsh car..

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"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

"And to save time. Transporting them back and forth. Everyday Schindler founded much easier to smuggle medicine and supplies to his workers. Now that they were out from under girth constant watch by the middle of nineteen forty four over a thousand workers lived in Schindler's camp, his fortune was dwindling, but he used what money he had to provide his people with whatever market rations he could obtain at this time the war. Was not going and Hitler's favor. And the Germans were being pushed out of Poland by the allied and Russian forces Oskar and Amelia Schindler had to cultivate, relationships with SS officers, and their wives and spent most of their money bribing contacts and buying rations for their employees in the fall of nineteen forty four when it became clear that they were losing control of Poland. The Nazis ordered all plash off and it sub camps, including Schindler's capped to be emptied the remaining Jewish population of crock off was to be sent to their deaths at Auschwitz it fell to Schindler to save as many as he could will discuss the greatest part of Schindler's legacy. When we come back now back to the story. In nineteen forty four Oskar Schindler learned that all of crack offs Jewish prisoners, including the thousand that lived in the camp near his factory were scheduled to be transported to nearby death camps. The Nazis were growing ever more suspicious of Schindler Ammon Guthrie and German SS agents made frequent surprise visits to the factory to inspect Schindler's operation and terrorize his workers on one occasion. Girth caught one of Schindler's men. A twenty year old man named Isaac Pila sleeping underneath a table on the factory floor girth tested, Schindler's loyalty, by ordering him to kill Isaac instantly. Schindler's simply hit Isaac across the face and told girth that he needed him alive. Good. Let Isaac go and the young man remained a part of Schindler's workforce until the end of the war now that his workers were scheduled to be sent to their deaths. All. All of the skills and connections. Oskar Schindler had cultivated as a spy and businessman were put to the test. He could not allow the men and women he'd guarded for so long to be murdered. But he also couldn't afford to let the Nazis know, what he was up to schinder was walking a tightrope between his morality and his own interests stressful line between saving his Jewish workers and looking out for his own safety. Schindler said of this time that quote, I no longer accepted anything uncritically and came to trust only my own judgment, my own humanity and sense, of empathy the suffering of the persecuted that I witnessed every day as well. As friends who thought the same way, I did helped me overcome the conflict within myself, and quote Schindler met with all his most powerful contacts, plying them with vodka and money campaigning to move his factory out of crack off and back to his. Homeland in Czechoslovakia there he insisted he could continue to produce armaments for the Nazi forces. And of course, he'd need his Jewish workers to run. The new factory at first nothing happened and all the officials Schindler spoke to ensured him that his campaign was a lost cause cinder left crack off and traveled to Berlin Germany to plead his case to various Reich officials there his requests were not approved and all hope seemed lost. But at last someone caved to Schindler's requests and authorized him to move the munitions factory. He was given permission to move seven hundred Jewish men and three hundred four hundred Jewish women to Brennan writes Czechoslovakia as part of the deal Schindler agree to transport two box. Cars worth of Ammon Gertz personal belongings out of crack off to Czechoslovakia to keep them out of the hands of invading allied soldiers. Here is where. Schindlers famous list immortalized in Steven Spielberg's, nineteen Ninety-three film comes into play. Although he did not write it himself. Schindler commissioned two of his Jewish secretaries to make a list of all one thousand workers he was allowed to take with him to Czechoslovakia the names on that list with Schindler juden or Schindler's Jews Oskar referred to them privately as his children. They included those who worked in Schindler's factory and whatever close relatives. Oscar could persuade the SS officers to allow him to take Oskar also attempted to convince other crack off business owners to do the same thing. The factory owners were all moving out of Poland to escape from the encroaching western front of the war, but they did not all share Schindler's concern for their employees euless magic, a fellow factory owner and acquaintance of Schindler's ignored Oscars pleased to save his Jewish workers. Madge said quote. Don't waste your breath..

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"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Brutality of the crack off ghetto, though, he continued to profit from the injustices of the Nazi regime, the pro German fervor that Oscar Schindler had been swept up in at the beginning of the war began to melt away every day his loyalty to the Nazi party diminished. Schindler said later that quote, once I had experienced the first few months of German occupation. It became crystal clear to me that I like millions of other ethnic Germans outside the Reich had fallen for an extremely effective propaganda campaign. We had fallen under the sway of gang of sadistic murderers in hypocritical. Swindlers who had fraudulently taken over the government of a great nation and quote in March nineteen forty-three the crack off ghetto was close. And the Nazi forces shipped all its inhabitants to work camps over two thousand Jewish prisoners were sent to die at the Auschwitz concentration camp, and the remaining population was sent to the closest Krakov camp called plush off Schindler insisted that he's still needed his workers in order to continue production for the Nazis, and he convinced his friends not to send them to Auschwitz convincing his Nazi friends to let him hire. Jewish factory workers was one thing but this request put Schindler directly. At odds with Ammon girth commander of the planet off work camp. Girth was sadistic and cruel in delighted in killing. He wasn't a Torius playing target practice with the camps children shooting at them with his high powered rifle from the comfort of his deck pulled back Feffer. Berg, a Jewish man who stated plash off and worked for Schindler said that quote when you saw Gus. You saw death and quote Schindler was not fully aware the monstrosities being committed in plan Schaaf until later in nineteen forty-three when he visited the camp himself Mia Shas love pepper and inmate at plush off who served as gifts personal clerk recalled Schindler's first visit to the camp in early nineteen forty-three Guth had pepper type of a letter to Schindler telling him that he'd observed the Schindler's workers daily March to the factory and disapproved of the fact that their escorts were unarmed girth told Schindler this was unacceptable quote. I hereby inform you that the Jewish workers assigned to you will immediately cease to be allowed to come to your factory in quote Schindler hastened to play off to ply good with cognac cigars, schnapps and friendly conversation. The two men hit it off and Schindler manage to convince Garth to allow his workers to continue. You working in the factory Schindler would return to play off a number of times during these early visits Schindler only met with good at his house or in the officers quarters in late nineteen forty-three Schindler received word that his friend employees it sex turn had fallen ill and couldn't come to work Schindler went to plan Schoff to bring stern medicine. This was the first time. Oscar actually saw the conditions of the Jewish prisoners inside the camp Schindler left the camp a changed, man. No longer simply content to shield his workers from the worst of not to control during the day, while allowing them to return to plash off every night. He knew he had to save them. Schindler was friends with a Nazi general who he convinced to call Guth and order that plash offs population. Be put to work Schindler argued that these people were more valuable as workers producing supplies for the war effort than they were. Dead and so- plash off became a concentration camp. Instead of a death camp Ammon, girth was pleased with the new development as the camps. Evolution afforded him. A higher position in the military. In fact, girth was so happy with Schindler that he approved a request to relocate roughly one thousand Jewish workers to a living space closer to the factory. These workers were removed from plash off and placed in a private smaller were capped allegedly for convenience.

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"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

"That's the history of World War Two podcast by Ray, Harris. Now back to the story. Oscar Schindler was an ethnic German raised in Czechoslovakia who began spying for the Reich in return for status and money after his nineteen thirty eight arrest in Czechoslovakia Schindler and his wife Amelia, moved to Poland shortly after Schindler moved to crack off Germany, invaded and conquered Poland Schindler remained in crack off for the duration of the war. And it was from that city that he orchestrated the rescue of over a thousand Jews Emilia Schindler later said that Oscar quote fell in love with the bustling life and beauty of the city and did not want to leave. He was more faithful to it than to many of his women certainly more than to me and quote Schindler immersed himself in the crock off black market in made friends with several officers in the Nazi stop-go. He took advantage of his connections in the political turmoil to restart his career and business when Germany conquered Poland. It sees the property of the country's Jewish population. Schindler bribed number of Nazi officials to allow him to cheaply purchase and enamelware factory, which he opened and operated shortly after the invasion. His initial workforce was small and included seven Jewish poles. Crook offs Jewish residents had suffered immensely under the Nazi occupation. Not only had their land. And valuables been seized the Nazis had also ojected the Jewish should from their homes and relocated them to ghettos. One of the ghettos was close to Schindler's new factory. Oscar saw an opportunity many of these people were desperate for work. And would do just about anything for cheap a few formerly upper class. Jewish citizens invested in Schindler's business in exchange for jobs on the factory floor. Schindler was happy to take their money. And the investors were afforded the relative safety of factory job outside of the ghetto crack odd. Jewish population was only allowed to leave the ghetto for work. And so a job at Schindler's factory became a coveted position Schindler hired more and more Jewish workers due to the low cost of labor. He could rapidly expand his workforce, which in turn generated a lot of revenue. He could then take his earnings and hire more Jewish workers. Schinder wasn't yet sympathetic to the plight of his employees's. But he also wasn't cruel. As many of the other Nazis were word quickly spread among the ghettos. That Schindler's factory was a safe place to work at first Schindler did not interact much with his staff aside from its act stern and accountant who worked in the factory offices. However, Oscar did take interest in the well being of his workers. If only from the mindset that a healthy worker was more effective than a sick one those who worked closely with Schindler saw the two opposing sides of him the man who hired displaced Jewish. Citizens and treated them better than any other factory owner in town. And also the Nazi spy who regularly entertained Gestapo officers shin their bribe these men in order to obtain permits to expand his factory further he even began manufacturing, ammunition and other supplies for the war effort this expansion. Also allowed him to justify the hiring of hundreds more workers from the ghettos more, cheap labor, meant more profits for him after all and more prophets meant larger bribes to his Nazi friends with the Nazis did not know. However was that Schindler wasn't only hiring able bodied men as factory expanded. And he became wealthier shin. There would hire the friends and relatives of his workers effectively. Rescuing whole families from the ghettos at first Schindler at hired from the ghettos simply because the people there were a cheaper and more desperate workforce. Non-jewish poles. They were paid next to nothing, but they would do anything to keep the jobs that kept them out of the work camps every day as time went on it. Zek stern and others who had grown close to schinder began to make requests asking for jobs for the friends and families. So that they too could escape the camps as Oscar became more aware of what the Nazis intended for all of Europe's Jewish population. He began to agree to these requests Schindler's former secretary Elizabeth tante later described how she asked Schindler to save her former landlady from terrible camp where prisoners were being killed every day Schindler gave the landlady and her husband jobs outside. The camp taunt said when I called him..

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"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Nineteen twenty eight cross country motorcycle race Oskar had dreams of being a professional racer. But he was never quite fast enough to make that dream a reality whose other hobbies held him back on that front as an adult. Oscar followed in his father's footsteps he had a fares. And drank he was even arrested a number of times for drunk and disorderly conduct in the early nineteen thirties in nineteen thirty one Oscar traveled to Berlin to look for work. It was there that he was first exposed to the growing radicalism of post World War. One Germany the job search proved fruitless and Oscar return to Czechoslovakia in nineteen thirty two. However, it wouldn't be long before Germany followed him back to his home country. Germany was laying the groundwork for its eventual invasion of Czechoslovakia by promoting nutsy friendly check politicians throughout the nineteen twenties. The Czechoslovakian government had attempted to combat social injustices and. Economic inequalities by taxing the wealthy Sudetenland Germans this seated resentment among the Czech German population. This in turn led to the rise of German, nationalist politicians, like Conrad Hoenlein, who formed the Sudeten lend German party or SDP the SDP was pro Nazi. And actively advocated for the dissolution of Czechoslovakia and the annexation of the Sudeten lend by Germany, the German counter intelligence and counter espionage organization AB began operating in Czechoslovakia in the mid nineteen thirties recruiting agents from within the German Czech population to promote German interests Oscar Schindler joined the SDP in nineteen thirty five falling in line with many of his fellow Czech Germans sensing an opportunity. Oscar joined the AB there soon after shimmer saw the Advair as a chance to meet prominent powerful people and maybe raise his own status from that of a failed businessman. He didn't mind that the price for this networking would be working for the Nazis later in life Schindler would downplay his involvement with the app there due to the post-war stigma against those who had cooperated with the Nazis, but testimony from those who knew his work shows. He was a competent and savvy spy a report from the Czech secret. Police describe Schindler as a quote spy of big caliber, and in a specially dangerous type, and quote, this is in line with what we know of Schindler's character, though, his personal flaws has alcoholism and hedonistic nature had held him back. Oscar was a born salesman. He was charming and friendly and skilled at getting people to trust him. Most importantly, Schindler wasn't blinded by ideology, he was interested primarily in his own self interest. All of these traits made him a particularly adept spy, Dr Subodh cap. A check policeman who interviewed Oscar after the w-. War concluded that Schindler was attracted to the advert not by the Nazi ideals. But by his natural hedonism Sabotka described Oscar as quote, a very frivolous man of shady character whose only aspirated was to obtain easily and without work a lot of money and quote during his time with the ABC there Schindler learned a lot about the inner workings of the Nazi party and its bureaucracy. He made contact with fficials and other spies. He had no way of knowing at the time. But these contacts would one day prove vital to Schindler's mission to rescue Jews from the Nazi death camps. Schindler was primarily charged with collecting information on troop movements and railway operations and with recruiting more spies to the ad there to that end. He joined the Czechoslovakian army in order to further embed himself by nineteen thirty eight he had become a Lance corporal in the reserves all the while. Funneling information back to his Nazi. Comrades Germany, invaded Austria in nineteen thirty eight Oskar later learned that following the invasion. The Germans had shut down. The Austrian magazine of his uncle Adolf looser off died shortly after grief-stricken over the loss of his life's work. This may have been the first time Oscar was personally affected by the growing Nazi threat. However the ensuing. German invasion would inadvertently save Oscars. Life Oskar was outed as an Advair spy in nineteen thirty eight the Czech military had long suspected him of working for the Nazis and officers finally managed to locate incriminating documents in Schindler's apartment after he was betrayed by a friend Oscar was imprisoned for espionage and sentenced to death. However before his sentence could be carried out the Munich agreement annexed Czechoslovakia to Germany, the Munich agreement was an accord signed by Britain, France and Italy. That allow Germany to take over the Sudeten land region of Czechoslovakia..

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"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"oskar" Discussed on Historical Figures

"Now back to the life of Oskar Schindler. Oskar Schindler was born on April twenty eighth nineteen eight the first child of Johann Hans Schindler factory owner and Francisca Schindler. He had one sister L Freda who was seven years younger despite the age difference Oskar and L Freda were close though, he was not a particularly gifted student. Oscar was well liked by his schoolmates. He had several friends, including the two sons of a local Jewish rabbi the Schindler's lived in philosophy a town in what was once part of the Austro-Hungarian empire and is now part of the Czech Republic. Oscars ancestors hailed from Vienna. And he grew up culturally, Austrian German when the Austro-Hungarian empire broke apart after World War One the region where the Schindler's lived called the Sudetenland became part of the new nation of Czechoslovakia. This new country was a mishmash of distant ethnic groups, including Germans Czechs slow. Vox, Gerry ns poles and Ruthenians the turn of the twentieth. Century was a politically turbulent time in Europe. And the various groups that made up Czechoslovakia were separated by language barriers ethnicity and customs these groups tended to isolate themselves so as to preserve their own cultures. Dust, even though Oscar grew up around people of different nationalities. He was raised to identify as a German Oscar's early. Life wasn't easy. His father Hans was violent alcoholic who often had a fares. His home life wasn't very stable Oscar performed poorly in school and would often get into trouble as a teenager in nineteen twenty four Oskar was expelled for forging his report card and act which earned him, the nickname Schindler the crook. It's a Monica he would come to embody more and more as grew up though. He did eventually graduate secondary school Schindler never applied to college. Wjr. Instead, he went to a number of trade schools bouncing from one potential career to another. He tried machinery and show ferring and learn to repair heaters, but abandoned each path early on in the fall of nineteen twenty seven eighteen year old Oscar accompanied has father on a sales trip to a neighboring farm Oskar at the farmer's daughter, Amelia, Heltzel and was smitten. He visited her several more times over the next few months and eventually asked for her hand Emilia and Oscar married incivility on March sixth nineteen twenty eight Oscar was twenty years old. They lived with Oscars parents for the first few years of their marriage, which put a strain on their relationship. Amelia didn't care for Oscars drunk of father Oscar himself was little help as he was often away on business trips or pursuing his own interests. He became enamored with fast cars and motorcycle racing. And even came third in nine..

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"oskar" Discussed on The Yardwork

The Yardwork

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"oskar" Discussed on The Yardwork

"You can call me Andrew Fernandez the jet. That's cool. If you guys want to send cards into me here. The jet engine. That sounds so much better. I completely I've ruined I ruined. So our. So I return them. I think so used to send them back to where they're. Manziel return to Benny the jet himself. So and then last if the shirl episode, we're not really bring you much baseball inside. Like, we said, it's Oskar word winning speeches. Pretty pretty sweet we've been practicing this for months, but the Katie just came back from Mississippi doing a sidearm is only baseball Camden. We all know your gage as a college ball player. We won't disclose that college for his for his. From my stays. Here's the murderers. Don't get right. This is really more return. But he's during to a sidearm pitcher. And he's got some real great experience. And I wanted to hear so I kind of asked him before not too a lot about it. I'm super interested by wanted. You know to give our genuine are genuine responses back, whatever. So you're men take the take the mic. So this is my genuine response. Yes. Down in Mississippi doing a sidearm camp. I'm pretty new decide on but figuring it out trying to learn. There was some pro guys their own if you guys know Chad Bradford, he was the moneyball get him on the show believer. That'd be really cool. If we get on the show, maybe I can try to get him on should. Awesome. Really great guy. I learned a lot. It was cool. I mean, you guys should check it out side our nation. It was a pretty great camp that you got any advice is young side out there on put on, you know, just like just have fun of just be natural at your move like a whip. And I don't know I'm still trying to figure out myself. But who knows we'll see, and I'm gonna tell you something from from a much less experienced pitcher and not at all credible beside arming, you kids out there who are slinging it sidearm. And your parents are telling you know, I just go for man, just keep sling. Almost don't listen, listen yard work. Magic keeps laying yard the sidearm nation s to new thing. Your parents over you say you pitch underhand as we just do you just do people lower you go play softball. I know the biggest thing just get out. You know, whatever we can do it. Get outs. That's the name of the game pitchers. Get outs hitters try not to make out. And so he tried to get round. They wouldn't genius in crazy, man. Yeah. Look look at the poison yard voice. Look at the yard guys named one genius. That ain't crazy. We got a little bit craziness to us. But I guess that's what makes it worse work makes it work. So you're super excited to gay guy. Some more stuff this year. I think we've really been really getting comfortable with the artwork in our stuff. So w follow us on Twitter at the we're going to be super super involved this year and pretty much. We just want to get everyone commenting on her picks talking. We love big discussion for everyone who has been commenting and been giving us counter questions on our post. We love that. And we want to get as many people on the show fans and will be minor leaguers former players writers, whoever. So I think it's going to be good. Yeah. It's gonna be great. Excited to us nineteen brings thank you for this ride. You guys have given us. Thank you. I'm and I'm pumped to see what's going to happen. I mean couldn't do without you guys. Final has twenty eight teen men. This seems like another big milestone another year in the books for the yard work. Twenty nine hundred is going to be awesome. It's gonna be a lot of fun and just going to bring a lot of good stuff. Yeah. And from our family yours happy new year. This is the yard work on your. You're really take. Finishers now go yard. And like we said let's start off with a bang. Be happy. Let's say saving. Let's be blessed. I'm your host, Sandra Fernanda. This was yard work and stay tuned for more yard work season. Two..

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Julie Andrews lends her legendary voice to 'Aquaman' - the direct competitor to 'Mary Poppins Returns'

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Julie Andrews lends her legendary voice to 'Aquaman' - the direct competitor to 'Mary Poppins Returns'

"What is your red light this week? So my red light this week is Julie Andrews now, I know a lot of you were like truly injuries is a treasure. She's one Oskar. She's Mary Poppins. Here's my problem with Julie Andrews now, she famously said she was not going to do a cameo in Mary Poppins returns because she did not want to distract from what Emily blunt was doing. And I thought that is classy lady, but instead, she's doing voice acting job in that stupid aquaman. That is the competitor for Mary Poppins the weekend at opens I've real problems Julie Andrews with you aligning yourself with the stupid, aquaman lake. You wanna be instead of being in a movie with Lin Manuel Miranda and Emily blunt? You want to be an film with amber heard is that what is that what you're hoping for? And I know something you might be like, well, Nicole Kidman's in it. Like, it's totally like, it's not. Nope. You don't get to be in the competing film after you've tried to been like, oh, no. No, I don't wanna I don't to like distract because I'm like a good person. You're not a good person. I don't like this as crazy every time. I see that promo like I gasped, and when Nikki kids comes up, and I'm like, okay. Are you under duress? Are they making you do this? What do they have on you? It's crazy. It's insane. It feels like they have some Scientology history on her that she's like, well, this is I've just gotta take one for the team. She's like all my I guess so Bainian movie. Let's go. I don't know why she's why you always make her cell aggressively. I'll why not it's more fun. I guess she leaves with Keith. And you're like Keith has rubbed off on her. She's logging. Lemme lemme ask my husband Kaethe ebb and what I should do. And he's like, hey, I'm capable and I think you should do this movie NICKY as perfect perfect

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What's at stake in US-China trade war?

The Economist Radio

04:55 min | 4 years ago

What's at stake in US-China trade war?

"This year a war between the world's two largest economies has been ramping up. China is accusing the White House of launching the largest trade war in history. I laughing billions of dollars worth of tariffs on Chinese goods. This has officially started in August last year with an American investigation into China's trade practices this year. The US is impose tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of Chinese goods. The United States has just announced tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars in Chinese made goods for total so far to the Chinese government has responded in kind in January of further escalation is expected with some of the American tariffs scheduled to rise from ten percent to twenty five ahead of that though is the twenty summit where the two countries leaders will meet the next milestone could be at the end of the month in Argentina. When President Donald Trump is slated to meet with president Jean ping. Sameeh canes is our US economics correspondent in a miracle scenario for critiques of tariffs. We could get some kind of big fancy deal between these two leaders, and they could just announce that oh, we'll friends now when President Trump is that dealmaker and chief and we've ended the trade will alternatively it could escalate there have been reports that the Americans are considering announcing the rollout of more tires on the rest of imports from China or it could just stay where it is. Which is still a lot of tarrifs winding back a little bit. Why are these tariffs in effect? What's what kicked this off that depends on who you Oskar? So if you look at the president's Twitter feed, you might think that it was out of some kind of disdain for the American trade deficit with China. It is the largest deficit of any country in the history of our world. It's out of control. So we're going to. Get it taken care of sleeve, you if you read official documents, then it's to do with a bunch of policies that the Chinese government has been implementing that US doesn't like so the the Trump administration is accusing the Chinese state of forcing American companies to hand over that technology as as a precondition accessing the Chinese market, their cues ING, the government of undetake really aggressive industrial policy in a way that steals American ideas. And I think over the policy few weeks months, there's been an increasing feeling I think in DC that. No, no, this is about more than trade that that message is becoming louder and you have the speech of Mike Pence China now spends as much on its military as the rest of Asia combined and Beijing prioritize capabilities to erode America's military advantages on land. At sea in the air and space China wants nothing less than to push the United States of America from the western Pacific and attempt to prevent us from coming to the aid of our allies. There's this feeling that China isn't just an economic rival it's really strategic and perhaps ministry rival that it could be dangerous for America to be so intertwined with economically. Bless including ski and isolate stinker Binz fuel injection pumps hair of animals, including human. The US tariffs cover extraordinary range of goods parachutes sailboats that can cleaness heck LIPA squid CQ, compass SIA Chinse icicle lights, manure spreaders automatic beverage vending machines, many of the Chinese tariffs have been on agriculture products targeting. Those states loyal to Mr. Trump. It is absolutely more than trade. K-? You Jin is a professor at the London School of economics and specializes in the Chinese economy. It's a competition about the development model it's going to be about technology competition, and is about the fact that in an autocracy like China, the economy has been doing well, then many of the democracies, and ultimately it's going to be about China US rivalry in especially in my view rivalry in terms of artificial intelligence. Do you think this trade war is more about sort of containing international expansionism and the belt and road initiative and so on or is that blessed direct? I think it's it's trying to contain China's rise in general, but guess what the trade shock. It's a one time shock it's done. China has risen due to trade and that has already happened. So if the US wants to think about how to you know, kind of limit China's rise in the future it has to look

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Team Ursula

Anchor Entertainment Rundown

03:55 min | 4 years ago

Team Ursula

"It's recess, and we're right at that point in October where I can speculate wildly about what amazing, Halloween costume. I definitely have the time and resources to pull off what will I be a replica of mount Rushmore in electric light parade float a working hospital. Anything is possible. Speaking of, I'll probably just be a witch again, it's time for the entertainment news or as I like to call it your recess from the real news. There we go. When God closes a door, he opens a window and likewise when God or perhaps the alien baby who controls our known universe closes a celebrity engagement. He opens another celebrity engagement, lady Gaga whose name I can't say. Now, without hearing the chorus from far from the shallow has announced her engagement to her boyfriend of two years. This is great news. Congratulations to lady Gaga and her fiance, and her Oskar that is possibly being engraved somewhere right now. Karen nightly is on her press tour for her new movie Colette and she's giving me so much life and so much feminists SAF, and I love it most recently she said that her daughter is not allowed to watch the little mermaid because quote, no, do not give up your voice for a man. Hello and quote, I love this and I love the idea of cure nightly watching the little mermaid gay. Getting angrier and angrier and finally yelling Hello earth to aerial. You have the voice of a goddess and prince, Eric is just some ho. You saw one time and then throwing popcorn at the screen and laughing like earth relevancy, which aka the true hero of that movie team Ursula for life. Idris Elba has joined the cast of that Taylor swift movie based on the musical cats that I always think was maybe just a dream I had, but then the evidence points to its being a real thing. I don't know what character Idris Elba will play in cats. So I'm just gonna guess it's sexy, cat a cat. So sexy people will be like, what are we watching? Dennis Hof the brothel owner from the HBO series. Cat house has died at seventy two. What's that? You might be saying? I don't know what cat houses. I would never ever watch such gratuitously sexual bordering on documents. Porn type show, but also, yes, you have seen it and you know who he is and he has died and of news according to news streaming data more than eighty million subscribers watched net flicks rom coms this summer. That is a lot of watchers and I'm gonna go ahead and guess that maybe forty million subscribers watched the lesser follow-up. Rom coms that net flicks recommended even though they didn't look that good, but you don't wanna hurt Netflix feelings. Not that Netflix has feelings, but if it did, you wouldn't want it to be offended. Again, Netflix has not become sentient but net Netflix, if you're listening, I'll watch whatever you want girl. Just please keep making glow. You know what else would make a good Halloween costume. The palace of verse Cy complete with rose gardens and dozens of human servants. I could definitely do that on a budget of forty dollars, right? Take care guys. I've Olympia Harewood and I will catch you next time until. Then recess journed. The podcast you just heard was published with anchor. Got something you wanna say to the creator of this show, send them a voice message using the anchor app free for IOS an Android.

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Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-Winning ‘Schindler’s List’ Set For 25th Anniversary Re-Release

Gary Jeff Walker

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-Winning ‘Schindler’s List’ Set For 25th Anniversary Re-Release

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Roman Polanski sues Oscars organisation over his expulsion

The Mark Levin Show

01:56 min | 4 years ago

Roman Polanski sues Oscars organisation over his expulsion

"One thousand i n o v i t e dot com california police department pushing back against allegations of racism where three young women were stopped and questioned the women who are black were guests at an airbnb and say they were stopped for being black in a white neighborhood while being considered suspects in a burglary they plan to sue the real to california police department on grounds the stop was racially motivated but chief mark clings says body camera footage tells a different tale no time did we actually handcuff anyone we actually allowed them to exit the vehicle and re remain freely walking about with our officers cling describes the interaction as jovial airbnb leaders say they want to talk with the town about how to avoid future incidents grenell scott fox news city mayor bill de blasio calling the resignation of state attorney general eric schneiderman over sexual abuse allegations a shock but also other sex assault victims in the city to come forward saying claims will be investigated and academy award winning director fights back after he was expelled from the organization that gave him the oskar polanski wants due process the selfexiled director is fighting what his lawyers termed as his illegal expulsion from the academy of motion picture and fine arts in a letter to the academy's president polanski's lawyer wrote the only proper solution will be to give mr polanski reasonable notice of the charges against him and a fair hearing two percent his position with respect to any proposed expulsion adding were not here contesting the merits of the expulsion decision but rather your organization's blatant disregard of its own standards of conduct polanski fled the us forty years ago after being found guilty of raping a thirteen year old girl michelle pollino fox seen carrie underwood florida georgia line and jason aldean the leading nominees for the cmt music awards.

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