36 Burst results for "Payne"

Fresh update on "payne" discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

02:49 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "payne" discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Tight end to Kansas City. That's it. Yeah, legitimate songwriting is a legitimate edge pass rusher. I know Chris Jones is a great player. But those are the only two positions I think that I would give to the Kansas City side. The pressure is on Kansas City this week. Because Philly can look at it like, we're here earlier than we thought. Philadelphia still has two first round picks coming up in the draft. They're going to just continue to add. There is a feeling with Kansas City. Sorry chief fan, you don't want to hear this, but you don't win this Super Bowl. Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes are entering greatest dynasty that never was type territory. What did we talk about with the packers and Aaron Rodgers forever? They were the dynasty that ever was. They only won one. They won one early in their time. The McCarthy Aaron Rodgers time together, but one early and never got never got back to that mountaintop again. If the chiefs here don't get it done this week, you're going to start hearing talk about that. And I'm sorry, chief fan. You can't just say, well, if it doesn't happen this year, we'll be back again next year. Doesn't always work that way. I can't. I hope they lose. That made me, it made me feel. Give a little bit of. Soften how bad this season was in Denver. We got a new coach. He's going to fix things, can't see chiefs lost. Things are looking up for us. Absolutely. Because no matter what happens at the end of the day, you could say the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs, neither one won a Super Bowl. Yeah. By the way, by the way, just keep me honest. I spend these things in my mind, keep me honest on this because there's two things that we've come to the conclusion we need to do. One, we're going to have to figure out what the music is for Sean Payton. Yes, I'll be tomorrow. That'll be tomorrow. The other thing is what's our camp T-shirt slogan going to be? Are we sure they'll be teachers? I see? No, from us. Oh, for us. Yeah, we always the decision. We need a logo. We need Sean Payne's here. We had let's ride last year. And believe in it, believe in it. Yeah. Here comes the airplane. Here comes the airplane. Spicy. That's for the T-shirt. It's spicy. Spicy. Dashboard on territory a tour on the Denver sports rather what's trendy or look at what's going on besides the big stories here locally. Coming up next, you touched on this earlier. I want to get into it. What does a Sean Payton player look

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Commanders outrun Falcons, intercept Mariota in 19-13 win

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Commanders outrun Falcons, intercept Mariota in 19-13 win

"Kendall fuller intercepted a Marcus Mariota pass in the end zone with 58 seconds to go as the commanders held on to beat the falcons 19 to 13. The pass was tipped by Doran Payne. Fuller in the commanders are 7 and 5 and they've won three straight and 6 of 7. Definitely a big win. As a team, you know, you expect to win. The preparation that you put in during the week in the off season all year, you expect to go into games and win and we just want to keep it going. Commander quarterback Taylor heinicke threw for a pair of touchdowns and Brian Robinson ran for one while rushing for a 105 yards. The falcons fall to 5 and 7. Craig heist landover, Maryland.

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Payne, Booker lead Suns to 116-95 win over Knicks

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Payne, Booker lead Suns to 116-95 win over Knicks

"The sun shut down the Knicks in the second half to close out at one 1695 victory Phoenix limited New York to 34% shooting after halftime after carrying a 55 53 lead into the break All 5 sun starters scored in double figures Camera pain was high man with 21 points I know our points abuses will come down to the first chord and I set the tone And I just try to bring my intensity try to bring my defense be aggressive defensively and get stops get on the board Devin Booker had 20 and Deandre ayton added 13 with 11 rebounds Jalen Brunson had a game high 27 points on 11 of 21 shooting for the Knicks I'm Dave ferry

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Charles Payne: The Connection Between Sequoia Capital & FTX

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Charles Payne: The Connection Between Sequoia Capital & FTX

"Just one other thing I do want to mention while I'm on with you The number one venture capital firm in the world is Sequoia They raised money for him twice last year The second time in a valuation of $25 billion With that valuation he was able to get additional money so he took 500 million and invested that into Sequoia and other venture capitalist firms They published a piece on him a couple of months ago is glowing peace about him having survivors guilt some sort of a complex survivors complex And in this he brags about not reading he says people who do read are dumb you know he used a lot of curse words And I say to myself if I walked into a Sequoia the number one venture capitalist firm in the world would say listen I've got an idea for a business I would like to raise money through your firm I don't like to read What they kicked me out Think about this for a moment What's going on here They're sophisticated They're the smartest people in the world They know how to re balance sheets They know how to they know how to play So why didn't they They made money They raised a certain amount of money for him I'm not sure what it was I think 2030 40 million But it put the valuation of his firm at 25 billion He was able to leverage that for money and he took 500 million 200 million of which he poured back into Sequoia Think about that for a moment Think about that for a moment This is mind boggling

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Charles Payne: Did Sam Bankman-Fried Buy Protection From Democrats?

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Charles Payne: Did Sam Bankman-Fried Buy Protection From Democrats?

"But it's very interesting to me the Democrats don't seem really angry about this Here they are busy getting things done that they want to rush through but they don't even want a hearing on this The SEC the failures there and the other regulatory entities that are out there You have big tech that monitors their own platforms but apparently didn't care about this And I look at this and I say to myself was this guy buying protection from the Democrat party because the Democrats are much more aggressive in their investigations and Republicans Right Yeah it's possible And in fact I had a guest on today who was a Bitcoin expert And it's not just the Democratic Party in the regulators but the media Since all of this has come out yesterday The New York Times wrote a glowing article about this guy Never mentioned a word fraud never mentioned the word crimes never mentioned any of those words They did talk about how little sleep he gets and Internet he was frugal even though he has a $40 million pad in The Bahamas He flies around in private jets Vox wrote an article saying that the talk of him having influence over the Democrats is over is oversimplified or exaggerated Forbes wrote an article suggesting he and his parents practice I think you call it it's called utilitarianism and apparently this doctrine that you go through life and you try to help as many people as possible So Forbes wrote an article saying whatever he did was altruistic in an effort to help other people This is the media circling the wagons around this guy who has ripped off a million people are now creditors in this bankruptcy Billions of dollars and they're making him out they're still trying to make them out to be a hero

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Charles Payne: What Happened With FTX?

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Charles Payne: What Happened With FTX?

"I don't understand this FTX stuff I know it's a big subject but can you explain it in plain English to me Sure I'll try Cryptocurrencies have become very popular in the last four or 5 years particularly in the last two or three Bitcoin is the one that's known but there are 20,000 of them Maybe more You can create one You can have the Mark Levin cryptocurrency tomorrow if you like Really So when people yeah yeah I think you should probably think about it And so there are coins and some people use them as investments Some of them because of that they trade and so FTX is an exchange that was created for people to trade to cryptocurrencies And this is a big deal particularly for young investors millennials but everyone's involved in this And institutions have started to buy the quality to so called quality stuff right Like Bitcoin and Ethereum those are the top ten So FTX was designed as an exchange You go there you open up an account just like a brokerage account but instead of trading stocks you trade crypto And it sounds pretty good until you start to look into what was actually going on or at least what's being alleged The guy who put this together is Sam bankman freed In my mind looking at the structure of this company from the very beginning was out to deceive people was out to still out to hurt and that's exactly what he did They created their own coins As it promotional tool ended up monetizing them by shipping them off to a hedge fund that he controlled And on the hedge funds books marking them down as if having a value In this case almost $4 billion

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Charles Payne: Regulators Ignored Sam Bankman-Fried

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Charles Payne: Regulators Ignored Sam Bankman-Fried

"You've got federal regulators all over the place You want to hire 87,000 more at IRS agents to chase down hardworking regular Americans Then you got a high flying guy who's 30 years old He's a multibillionaire He's not exactly hiding under his desk He spends lavishly He donates as you point out some $40 million to the Democrat party where the hell is the SEC where the FBI the department of they don't see any of this It's maddening It's maddening And it's not like it was hard As I've been digging deeper into this the last week and a half people have been talking about this in the open on social media I've seen tweets from a year ago saying this does not add up People who are in the crypto industry This is not at something is wrong Warning other folks take your money off that platform now So this has been out there It's not even a secret It's been out there And the regulators have been absent The SEC has been absent Here's the interesting thing He has spent a lot of time in D.C. crafting coming freed has been in D.C. crafting legislation He was trying to put together legislation that would actually give his company advantages over every other company I'm telling you that this is he bought that kind of influence And by the way he comes from a well to do family both of those parents are professors One of the foremost tax experts out there So you know he kind of knew how to put these things together

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Carter, Ross lead Magic to 114-97 win over Suns

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Carter, Ross lead Magic to 114-97 win over Suns

"The magic have their first winning streak of the season following the one 1497 thumping of the suns Wendell Carter junior had 20 points and ten rebounds for Orlando with shot 52% from the field and was 15 of 33 from three point range Terrence Ross provided 12 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter helping the magic improve to four and 9 Franz Wagner finished with 17 points and Jalen suggs added 16 with 5 assists Phoenix shot just 40% with Devin Booker going 6 of 19 while scoring 17 points Cameron Payne had a game high 22 points for the sons I'm Dave ferry

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Booker scores 30; Paul-less Suns beat Wolves 129-117

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Booker scores 30; Paul-less Suns beat Wolves 129-117

"Devin Booker and Michael bridges each scored over 30 points in the sun's one 29 one 17 victory at Minnesota Booker delivered 32 points and a season high ten assists Bridges scored 13 of his 31 points in the first quarter Cameron Payne chipped in 23 points starting in place of Chris Paul who sent out with right heel soreness Phoenix led by as many as 27 and rebounding from Monday's loss to the 76ers Rudy Gobert returned to Minnesota's lineup after a two game absence due to health and safety protocols Colbert scored 13 of his team high 25 points in the third quarter I'm Dave fairy

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Georgia man arrested for gun possession on Capitol grounds

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Georgia man arrested for gun possession on Capitol grounds

"A Georgia man is arrested near the U.S. capitol with several guns in his van Police notice a suspicious van illegally parked near the capital Wednesday afternoon Officer surrounded the van and detained 80 year old Tony Payne and two other people Several streets were shut down and around the capitol and Supreme Court for hours The man from rural tunnel hill in northwest Georgia admitted to having guns in the van Police say he told them he was in Washington to deliver documents to the Supreme Court A search turned up two handguns and a shotgun Pain faces charges of possessing an unregistered firearm unregistered ammunition and carrying a pistol without a license The other two people were released without charge Tim McGuire Washington

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 David A. Arnold: The Difference Between Being Father and Having a Child

The Ed Mylett Show

01:59 min | 5 months ago

David A. Arnold: The Difference Between Being Father and Having a Child

"I talked about how a 17, I found out who I thought Eddie was my father. I found out was not my biological father that I was he actually adopted me when I was 6 months old. And there was another guy who I actually knew because he was a friend of the family. So he was around. And I played with his children as Friends, not knowing they were really my half brother and sister. And my mom told me at this age, this is your brill. This is who made you. And you know, yeah, sure, it could have sent me into a tailspin, but it didn't. What it did is it made me understand in that moment. The difference between being a father and making a child. Because that's what my dad is. My dad is like, that's when I say my dad, my father, that's Eddie Arnold. Mike Payne, who made me, I call him my maker. You know what I mean? But I will never disrespect my father. By giving Mike Payne, the title of dad, and which he's a dad and father to other children that I know. He's just not that to me. And this is what I say to people who have come to me and I've talked to about things that have happened to us in our life, which everybody gets things that happen that are unfortunate. You find out your dad is this, your parents on drugs. You were abused as I always say this. I hear everything you're saying. And I want you to know that you're right that that was unfortunate and wrong that it happened to you. And it was painful. And unfair. Now what? Right, right. We got nobody everybody stops there, but you got to go past that. You got to go now what? Because there's no line. To get in for everybody who was mistreated. So where you can just stand in line and be like, everybody who had a bad childhood come over here, we're going to give you a stipend for the rest of your life. It doesn't work like that. You have to figure out how to get around that.

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Yoram Hazony Explains the Problem of Idolizing Individual Liberty

The Ben Shapiro Show

02:48 min | 6 months ago

Yoram Hazony Explains the Problem of Idolizing Individual Liberty

"Let's talk about the unit of importance. So in sort of classical liberal tradition and in the United States in particular, the idea has been that the individual is the locus of all politics and the locus of all thoughts. So individual rights are predominant, those rights are supposed to be protected by government you delegate your powers to the government in order to protect those rights so far as the government invades those rights, then it is defeated. It's reason for being I mean, this is the sort of basic language of the Declaration of Independence, the world trained on. And so when we speak of freedom and liberty, that's what Americans tend to think of almost instinctively. You are using in that statement the nation or the state as sort of the locus or the tribe as the locus of importance. Which do you think is the level of abstraction that we should be aiming at conserving? Is it the individual? Is it the family? Is it the nation? Is it the tribe? Which level of abstraction is the most important here? Look, I think if you pick one and insist on it, then you end up being kind of like an a dollar and a dollar of the individual meaning somebody who just puts way too much emphasis on the individual or if you pick the nation, it's very easy for that to turn into something that is oppressive. I think that if you look at the American founding, there actually was a balance between jeffersonians and thinkers like Tom Payne, they basically were the left and they had this liberal view. But there was another party. The party of Washington and Hamilton, John Jay, John Adams, governor Morris who basically was the draftsman of the constitution. They were much more conservative. And they did focus on all you need to do is read the preamble to the American constitution. The first thing that they think that they're doing is a more perfect union. That's a nationalist aim. It's not an individual aim. It's an aim of we as millions of people. We have a problem that our union is insufficiently strong. And of course, of course, the blessings of liberty is there, but it's one of 7 aims. It's not the only. And I think that's fundamentally what Americans at this stage need to rediscover. They've got the individual liberty thing. It does bring blessings. But at this point, I mean, I think it's just, it's run out of control. I mean, if you're so far down the individual liberty path that you can't understand why pornography should not be should not be on the smartphone of every 12 year old kid. If you can't understand that, then you're just so deep into the individual liberty thing that you just don't think there are any other values. And that's what we're looking for is to rebalance along with those other values. That's a conservative way approaching these problems.

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Indoor Mask Mandate Returns for San Diego School District

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:15 min | 7 months ago

Indoor Mask Mandate Returns for San Diego School District

"I'm gonna start with the San Diego unified school district because I can not believe I really can not believe that they return to an indoor mask mandate in America's finest city this week. But I looked it up, it's not trolling. Originally I was sent a pointer to the school board president Sharon whitehurst Payne on a local station kui saying this, cut number 17. Indoors in school, are there any other options for them? For the fall, there are some options they can go to our school that's online. They can opt not to return to the regular school, but to go to the school where they don't have to go to school at all other than via Zoom. And that's the easiest way for folks to do this. What if they were already enrolled in the summer school and now they get this mask mandate and they're not comfortable with wearing a mask. They really should wear the mask. And it's not comfortable. What should they do? They should just let make it known that they don't feel comfortable at that point, just not return.

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The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 8 months ago

The Democrats Who Don't Want to Protect Endangered SCOTUS Justices

"Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Democrat from Ohio. Congressman Jamal Bowman, New York, Cori Bush, Missouri, Veronica Escobar, Texas. Espella, Democrat, New York, Adriano. Representative Garcia Democrat, Illinois, representative Sylvia Garcia, Democrat Texas, representative Joshua gottheimer, Democrat, New Jersey. Representative raul grijalva, Democrat from Arizona, representative Steven horsford, Democrat Nevada. Representative jayapal, Democrat from Washington, representative Brenda Lawrence, Democrat from Michigan. Barbara Lee, Democrat California. Tom malawski, Democrat New Jersey, Marie Newman, Democrat Illinois. Alexandria cassio Cortez, New York, Bill pascrell, Democrat, New Jersey, Donald Payne, Democrat, New Jersey, Ed perlmutter, Democrat, Colorado. Ayanna Presley, Democrat, Massachusetts, Mikey Cheryl, Democrat, New Jersey, a billio cirez Democrat, New Jersey, Rashida Tlaib, Democrat Michigan, Norma Torres Democrat from California, nydia Velazquez, Democrat New York, Maxine waters, Democrat California, and Bonnie Watson Coleman, Democrat from New Jersey. Those 27 Democrats are simply evil. There's no political back and forth on this. Any Democrat, any Republican, any, any politician should be able to say, should protesters are marching sometimes violently on the houses of these Supreme Court Justices, of course they need 24/7 protection.

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Quirky Payne Stewart Inspired Willie Mac to Return to Golf

Fore The People

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Quirky Payne Stewart Inspired Willie Mac to Return to Golf

"And pain was my kind of guy. I liked pain growing up. Just 'cause he was so weird, like, did wear a knickers? I was like, he didn't give a shit. He didn't give a shit. He was like a weirdly ADD and then he had filled the mister perfect kid and then he just beat him, he said, he said, you're good, bud. You're gonna win a bunch of these. This is my. And I was like, wow, this is so sick. It blew me, it blew me away. You know, dude, that's badass, but you're right. You're right about pain, man, dude. I remember them like interviewing him back in the day and he's like, he was way young and he goes, he was hitting balls on the range and there was 6 guys wearing khakis and a white polo to his left and ten guys were in khakis and a white polo was right and he goes, what the fuck are we even doing out here? He's like, he goes, what is it? I mean, we even happen. Then he had the NFL teams. I mean, dude, yeah. It is style, man. That was pretty cool. That was pretty cool. And I think it's what, you know, I think his wife is like a total sweet or big, you know, she knew he was the king. She was the Queen and I always wanted to reach out to her. I mean, I was too low time to do that, but deep down, I always was like, hey, look, I started a whole new career because of your husband watching your husband and that's kind of made it the PGA Tour, but I never got to talk to her about it, but you know, it changed my life.

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Vucevic, Bulls use late charge to put away Pacers 122-115

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Vucevic, Bulls use late charge to put away Pacers 122-115

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Booker, McGee help Suns rout Pistons in Michigan homecoming

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Booker, McGee help Suns rout Pistons in Michigan homecoming

"Devin Devin Booker Booker lights lights up up Detroit Detroit for for thirty thirty points points as as the the sun's sun's route route the the pistons pistons one one thirty thirty five five one one oh oh wait wait the the Suns Suns improved improved to to an an NBA NBA best best thirty thirty three three and and nine nine despite despite losing losing the the entree entree eight eight into into an an ankle ankle injury injury in in the the first first quarter quarter Booker Booker in in the the sun sun took took a a ten ten point point lead lead into into the the half half open open the the third third quarter quarter on on a a fifteen fifteen to to six six run run to to push push at at the the nineteen nineteen and and effectively effectively sealed sealed the the deal deal their their plan plan free free the the point point confident confident and and you you know know we we don't don't want want to to get get caught caught up up in in that that trouble trouble coming coming out out here here and and think think it's it's going going to to be be thing thing is is going going to to be be sweet sweet so so you you know know we we just just came came with with you you know know the the right right mindset mindset and and Kate Kate Cunningham Cunningham helped helped pace pace the the pistons pistons with with twenty twenty one one despite despite being being ejected ejected in in the the third third quarter quarter after after picking picking up up his his second second technical technical foul foul develop develop again again Cameron Cameron Payne Payne each each added added twenty twenty off off the the bench bench to to help help the the Suns Suns improved improved a a three three and and out out on on their their current current five five game game road road trip trip Danny Danny cap cap to to Troy Troy

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Booker has 38 points, Suns beat Thunder to end 2-game skid

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Booker has 38 points, Suns beat Thunder to end 2-game skid

"Devin Devin Booker Booker had had a a season season high high tying tying thirty thirty eight eight points points including including nine nine points points in in the the final final period period to to help help the the sun sun snap snap a a two two game game skid skid and and defeat defeat the the thunder thunder one one fifteen fifteen ninety ninety seven seven Booker Booker says says it it was was important important to to get get the the win win in in many many ways ways we we definitely definitely don't don't want want to to use use three three specially specially after after the the last last one one that that I I was was tough tough on on us us too too so so you you know know just just moving moving on on to to next next game game mentality mentality three three McGee McGee had had sixteen sixteen points points and and eight eight rebounds rebounds Cameron Cameron Payne Payne sixteen sixteen points points and and seven seven assists assists for for the the sons sons who who improved improved to to twenty twenty two two one one seven seven despite despite the the absence absence of of two two key key starters starters tie tie Jerome Jerome twenty twenty four four for for the the thunder thunder who who were were missing missing three three starters starters towards towards scanner scanner Phoenix Phoenix

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Suns push past Pistons, win franchise record 18th straight

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Suns push past Pistons, win franchise record 18th straight

"The the sons sons of of set set a a team team record record with with their their eighteenth eighteenth consecutive consecutive win win one one fourteen fourteen one one oh oh three three over over the the pistons pistons camp camp Johnson Johnson and and Cameron Cameron Payne Payne both both scored scored nineteen nineteen points points to to help help Phoenix Phoenix win win pain pain doesn't doesn't appear appear to to be be all all that that impressed impressed by by the the winning winning streak streak of of skills skills good good that that the the same same time time it's it's just just I I don't don't know know me me I I mean mean I I guess guess you you feel feel good good basis basis like like maybe maybe another another game game tomorrow tomorrow yes yes gotta gotta keep keep going going just just want want to to know know today today yes yes I I feel feel through through Johnson Johnson a a pain pain sparked sparked a a stellar stellar effort effort off off the the Suns Suns bench bench which which finished finished with with forty forty eight eight points points the the pistons pistons fought fought back back in in the the third third on on the the seventeen seventeen run run to to get get within within eighty eighty seventy seventy nine nine after after a a three three pointer pointer by by rookie rookie K. K. Cunningham Cunningham Jeremy Jeremy grant grant had had thirty thirty four four points points for for Detroit Detroit I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"payne" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Looking for insightful and heartfelt conversations about social justice activism and innovation? I'm glad to recommend the podcast all inclusive with Jay rudder men. Hosted by Jay ruderman, social activist and philanthropic leader in diversity and social justice. Every other Monday Jay interviews leaders and experts on the latest news technology and advocacy. For a more socially just world. Here leaders like PBS news hours Judy Woodruff discuss her remarkable career in journalism and work in disability advocacy. Curb your enthusiasms, Sheryl Hines on inclusion in Hollywood. Fran Drescher talk about the nanny's resurgence and her mission to save lives through her nonprofit cancer schmancer. In order to create an innovative future, honest discussions must be held. All inclusive will inspire you to keep learning and to take action to build a positive future. Listen to all inclusive wherever you're listening right now. Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny caplan, and this is romanica. This month, we're talking about troublemakers and villains. We're covering stories from across a spectrum. For women who made good trouble, to women who thrived in illicit industries, to villains in the truest sense of the word. All of the women were covering, had a major impact on the society in which they live. Women, like men, have played good and bad roles in human history. To gloss over women who we find less than inspiring is to accept a diminished and inaccurate place in the historical record. Today, we're talking about an international jewel thief. A master of deception and disguise. She had more than 30 aliases, and at least 9 different passports. But only one real name let's talk about Doris Payne. Doris was born in 1930 in West Virginia to a black father and a Cherokee mother. Growing up, Doris watched her father regularly abuse her mother. The experience made Doris resolve to never be dependent on a man. She wanted to find a way to make her own money. To take care of herself and her mother. But she wasn't sure how she would do that. Then one day she went shopping for a watch while Doris was trying on watches, a white customer walked in, and the store owner told Doris to leave. He didn't want to be seen with a black customer. On her way out Doris realized she was still wearing one of the watches she'd tried on. She kept walking. That's when she learned how easy theft could be. The doors didn't act on this knowledge until much later. In 1952. After her father's abuse of her mother escalated, Doris took a bus to Pittsburgh. Walked into a jewelry store and walked out with a diamond ring worth $22,000. She resold it and used the money to help her mother escape her father's abuse. It was her first big heist. But not even close to her last. Throughout the 1950s, Doris traveled across America, stealing expensive jewelry. She had a honed method first she would glide in with confidence and charm, wearing elegant clothes and toting a designer bag. Then Doris would ask the store clerk to show her a wide variety of pieces. She would put on and take off jewelry with the speed and dexterity of a close up magician. Sometimes a piece would mysteriously go missing, and Doris would help the jeweler find it. Finally, after gaining their trust. She would find a way to distract the clerk. Hide the piece that she really wanted on her person and walked out of the store undetected. This was before surveillance cameras or Internet record keeping. So Doris got away with the vast majority of her crimes. While she was sometimes arrested, her lawyers always got her out of serving jail time. The more Doris stoll, the more infamous she became. Photos of her started appearing in newspapers. It was getting harder for her to steal an America, so she moved her operations to Europe. In 1974, Doris pulled off one of her most famous heists. She entered a Cartier store in Monte Carlo, and walked out with a diamond ring worth half a $1 million. When she arrived at the airport, the police apprehended her and conducted a full body search. But they couldn't find the ring. They held her in custody for months, but with no physical evidence they eventually had to let her go. Taurus had outsmarted them. She had sewn the ring into her pantyhose, where it escaped detection by the police, the entire time she was in custody. Finally, in 1999, more than 40 years after she started stealing jewels, Doris crimes caught up to her. She was arrested for stealing a $57,000 ring in Denver and spent 5 years in jail. But Doris jail time didn't deter her. In 2011, she was convicted for stealing a $9000 ring in San Diego. In 2015, she was arrested for stealing Christian Dior earrings in Atlanta. And in 2017, she was caught stealing $86 worth of groceries and electronics at Walmart. Over the course of her lifetime, Doris has stolen at least $2 million worth of merchandise. But she said she rarely feels guilty about her crimes. She sees them as payback for the racism that she experienced in stores as a child. According to Doris, the only regret she has about being a jewel thief is getting caught. All month, we're talking about troublemakers and villains. Special thanks to Liz Kaplan, my favorite sister and co creator. Talk to you tomorrow. Today's episode of encyclopedia will manika is brought to you by better help. Is there something interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals? It seems like almost a silly question to ask right now. We're all trying.

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"payne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I want to tell you a little bit about this gentleman I mean they almost took a shirt off while other apprehending him they arrested him I'm sad to say And I think in the Washington examiner Beckett Adams did a very good job of summing it up He wrote Scott Smith was arrested on June 22 At a school board meeting loudon county Virginia there was deemed an unlawful assembly After attendees voiced opposition to a proposed policy expanding special protections to transgender students Smith was dragged from the event in handcuffs his pants falling down his lip bleeding He was charged later with heartily conduct and resisting arrest Smith's arrest soon became a national story The small business owner became an avatar and avatar of anti school board protests representing the unruly and ignorant anti mask anti critical race theory in anti transgender parents and their crusade against the progressive Put upon school officials But few knew until now is that Smith attended the June 22 hearing to confront school board member over his daughter's alleged rape In a school bathroom by a gender fluid boy As I understand it this took place in a high school stone ridge high school Which is where my kids went to high school The details apparently don't matter to the national school board association In a letter to The White House this month that actually highlighted smith's arrest is an example why federal law enforcement agencies need to investigate and prosecute parents who oppose mask mandates and the teaching of critical race theory

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"payne" Discussed on It’s All About Health & Fitness

It’s All About Health & Fitness

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on It’s All About Health & Fitness

"S are you dot EDU? Okay, well, you have to add anything else to D I do not. This was fabulous. Yes, it was, yes. Awesome. Okay. Yeah. Wonderful. Oh, this looks great. This was so fun. Yes. Now this ends our show D do you have some tips that we should think about? Yeah, you know, it was a fabulous interview. And, you know, certainly, you can speak on this more than I can, but what I took away from this was the increase in the increasing awareness of the influence of members of the Diaspora in Japan. Yes. And the, you know, getting away from what might be considered the stereotypical dance scenes and movements and bodies and people, you know, incorporating an integrating dances from the Diaspora and to dance programs. And I think it's great. And one of the things I think that you both talked about was, you know, a lot of these kids don't know any of these people. Or don't have a clue about any of this. So I just think she's making considerable milestones into her. She has created considerable milestones in her profession. So I was great. Yeah, it was great. And so, yeah, at the end of the day, you know, dance, and how we express ourselves through the arts, you know, they're very important. And they relate to what's going on out in the real world at that time. And so it represents the past. It represents the present and the future as well. And so all of this is important, including all of the experiences of all the people, right? We have all of us. Even down to representing having that representation as dance professors in higher education and the university is important as well. And then last but not least, just dancing. I like how she was talking about just dancing and experiencing that movement just keeps us grounded, you know? It has a calming effect, right? It connects us. It connects us with the universe, yeah. Right. It's important for our health and well-being, and our mental health as well. And so, yeah absolutely. It was great. It was great talking with Ursula pain. Now to get in touch with professor Ursula pain, Professor of dance at slippery rock university in Pennsylvania, email her at Ursula dot pain at SRU dot EDU. That's Ursula, you are SU LA dot pain, P a Y in E at SRU dot EDU. Also, make sure you check out the dance film by Michael oana and professor Ursula pain is the movement director and calligrapher of this film, this dance film and his call OB imbue the mortal house and igbo creation myth. This film, this is a 30 minute film. It's a choreographed, dance performance, and it features illuminated. It features illuminated black dancers under a backdrop of ultraviolent light. And so in order for you to check that out, it will be showcasing it premieres. And this will occur in New York City on September the 17th, and it will run through October the 30th at clamp art gallery. So make sure you check it out. It's in New York City. It's a 30 minute dance film. Obi ambu by Michael wanna, the movement director and cargo is our one and only our friend, one and only professor Ursula Payne, so make sure you put that on your calendar. It will be coming up soon. All right. And as always, for more information, go to our website. Fitness dot com. And remember if you have any questions, comments or just something to say, tweet us, email us, go on Facebook and share with us your thoughts. You've been listening to it's all about helping fitness with doctor Vicki Hayward Doe and doctor Virginia banks bright. Vickie dough is owner of Vicki dough fitness, a multimedia health and wellness form, a place to discuss, learn and participate in healthy living. You can get in touch with Vicki by email and info and Mickey do fitness dot com..

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"payne" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello and welcome back from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia manica. Today we're talking about a fearless journalist and civil rights activists witnessed and reported moved the most monumental moments in american history known as the first lady of the black press. Meet our pioneer of the day. Ethel l payne born in chicago in nineteen eleven to the children of slaves at those one of six siblings. She was raised by her single mother after her father's early passing in nineteen forty eight. Ethel was working as a senior library assistant at the chicago public library. She decided to move across the world to work for the army special services club in tokyo. When the korean war broke out in nineteen fifty ethel wrote extensively in her journal about the discrimination. She saw against african american troops stationed in japan. Even though the military had been ordered to integrate she noticed that soldiers were still segregated. She also noted the racial slurs commonly used against african american soldiers and the regular abandonment of babies born to japanese mothers and fathers. Ethel eventually showed her journal to a korean war reporter and he sent her observations to the chicago defender a newspaper that served african american communities. Breeders were fascinated by ethel's observations on the korean war and her articles gave a boost to the chicago defender circulation. Her stories also stirred up some controversy as she was accused of hurting troop morale with her candidate writing. Still the editor in chief was impressed with her honest and insightful style and ethel became a fulltime reporter for the defender in nineteen fifty one as a reporter. Ethel was focused on introducing audiences to under discuss stories and issues such as the problems faced by unwed mothers in the nineteen fifties. That was a social issue that received little if any attention in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. I moved to washington dc to cover the mccarthy trials long long after and also began her coverage of the nascent civil rights movement in subsequent years. Ethel often expressed dissatisfaction with desegregation timelines. That never seemed to be met and other disingenuous efforts made by politicians and the american government her ability to express her ideas in a clear and concise manner meet her and incredibly effective reporter and voice in the movement in nineteen. Fifty-three ath- Made history becoming the first african american woman in the white house press corps. She was known for asking really tough questions. President eisenhower became so irritated with her questions about civil rights that he refused to call on her for the rest of his presidency and his administration unsuccessfully tried to invalidate her press credentials. The eisenhower administration went as far as investigating ethel's income tax returns to see if they could dig up any dirt honor. All their efforts failed at those on the front lines covering the civil rights movement. She was on the scene covering rosa parks in the montgomery bus boycott and she interviewed martin luther king junior well before he was a household name though ethel reported on and was present for many of the most historically significant events in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties. The majority of americans never read her work. I fell later. Travelled overseas to report on international affairs including covering the vietnam war in nineteen seventy. She became the first african american woman to work as a radio and television commentator for a national network she then worked for cbs from nineteen seventy two to nineteen eighty two at though passed away from a heart attack in nineteen ninety-one though she tore down barriers and covered many of the most important events in the twentieth century. Her legacies not well known according to the washington post journalist. Raymond h boom wants noted quote. Ethel pay not been black. She certainly would have been one of the most recognized journalists in american society tune in tomorrow for the story of another.

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"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Ten in houston spent ten years in our league. It's really his league with the texans. And jaguars cornell guy ever heard of it. It is the great of the legend. Seth payne welcome back to the around. The nfl live on. What is this is live is the live one of the great rock bands. Ever of course pain live by the riverside. It got your name in it but also there's right now. There's a lot of pain in houston around the texans and like the seminal rock band Your legendary as well. So that's your new Intro if you're cool they have no. That's great. I think they're out of york. Pa to which is at least within six hours. Where i'm from originally i mean. Yeah clive you peaked. Fifteen years physical peak my celebrity feed all of that. It was all initiatives. Have figured out that. The internet grows. If you're attempting to search for live anywhere on the internet. It brings up everything but the band. I mean just to double tag exactly on wall. All checks part there. They were by far the dumbest. Seo band of the midnight well no. They weren't that was bare naked ladies. You're all right seven of that idiocy. You're the man you are dealing with. What are you dealing with. I know you guys got that east of the astros down there. We got your heads in the sand. About what their reality that's good. They're playing great baseball. And good stuff on that of the texans. What's it like around the texans. It is you know what i i got into. Sports radio used to look up synonyms for dumb or stupid. Because that's a word you use a lot overuse this nincompoop. Look at as more allegations dullard. Now i've i've realized i've got i've got to start looking up synonyms for weird because i've found myself saying weird over and over again this let me say stage for just today. Today was a day of training camp We're out there discussing. let's see how's how's tyrod. Taylor gonna look if he started sixteen games as your will. Davis mills potentially start sometime in the first half of the season. Jeff driscoll is number three quarterback i dunno meanwhile meanwhile mind you to shawn watson has standing right there on the practice field. Where we're having these conversations about tyrod taylor and davis mills in shawn watson standing right there. It's it's really weird. It's strange it's And yet at the same time. I would say that. It hasn't been outwardly. As much of a distraction as i would have thought it was. It doesn't it doesn't you. Can't read dysfunction or mayhem or anything at least on the faces of the players who are all trying to make the team. Yeah let me set it up as i should have before. We started watson He practiced on monday. He can't he reported to camp. July twenty fifth. Yeah and then he We know he requested the trade. All the legal issues you practice for the first idea as he practicing as a safety or running back some some idiocy and then he disappeared for five days and now he's back again a and let me ask you this the venerable john maclean down there tweeted very matter-of-factly. Today to shawn. Watson will never play another. Snap for the texans. Do you believe that as well I personally. I will believe anything anybody tells me about..

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"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Low weekend. was the gold jacket. Dinner which is traditionally on friday nights typically in pastures. It would be You know kind of the dignitaries of canton and some fans Would be able to buy tables and they would have meals in kind of the among the company of families of of of gold jacket. zero enshrining those. Those people in the returning goal jackets because of cova did just became kinda. They just sat down rows of seats. But the the lead up to a Adjacent area called the mckinley room where they had a cocktail hour. That was about two and a half hours and it was just all these hall of famers one after another and their families and friends. I mean you talk about a. Who's who in seeing football legends of the past fifty plus years. All meeting in talking. It was just. It's a great experience to witness. I've seen it before because volunteered or doing this growing up but it's it was a very exclusive event to just kind of be on the fly on the wall and and hanging out hanging out in the back in and just know these guys interacting in you know i i watched ray lewis get into an argument with booger mcfarland and derek brooks's nearby eating shrimp and just laughing at me in every bite of shrimp there like passionately arguing about something over a buffet table. And then a few steps over tony. Dungy talking to berman And then you look over here. And it's franco harris talking to allen fanta. Jackie slater in orlando pace. To ram's great tackles hanging out. Meeting up with isaac bruce. You go on and on but my favorite moments from those one of my favorites. Was you know peyton. Manning has a son and a daughter. His son's name is marshall and he was dressed to the nines but he was also very focused on making the most of his first trip to canton. He had a football. You know one of those white hall of fame. Footballs that are made to be signed and he covered that thing with as many signatures from hall of famers as he could get doing laps for almost the entirety of the event leading up to the actual goal jacket ceremony. And and it was just great to watch this kid. You know you can obviously see it. Looks like his dad just walking around his little suit. Get one signature. After another. After another the quite a scene. It was quite as they were a player shook. No are you kidding me. Had it will jack jack. And i'm not worthy of an autograph in that situation nor any other situation but you did a great job writing that up by the way nick. I think anyone should should give that a read. I think it would be interesting to get some sort of a clothing type person to provide someone like me five foot eight with a hall of fame and totally fitted hall of fame. Jack and walk around canton like you totally owned the place and people is that a kicker did he. How did this person get into this all. Just absolutely act like you are part of the deal. Think ray guy those remind choice. Yeah you would fit in some of the older guys you know. Gravity has its shrink over time. I'm not saying that you look old highs stature wise you you'd probably work out. I mean. I mean drew pearson rather played at one eighty so i i can imagine. He's not at that now. He just finally made the hall of fame. Great cowboys receivers started that number. Eighty eight tradition. Who's who's a big character and like if he was one eighty in his career. Yeah he he probably probably not too much bigger than than mark tesla right now. He pointed that during his speech he goes look different pigment but yeah of course and and he's got less hair than mark debts That's where he is doing something else. It's a little different pigment. Is that what all right shuki. You've set it all unless you have something else to add. I mean the hall of fame game is kind of a snooze but preseason football tends to be like that was like What about mike or anything. After the game is loaded with players and coaches just being a media again at like. Nfl games in that was great. I mean it was. There was no specific highlight other than the fact that it was. Just great to be in a stadium again Largely full stadium a crowd that you could tell was very excited to cheer for something together. That was awesome. Yeah like you said. Mark mike parsons is awesome like the steelers Not the cowboys nailed that. I think if he stays healthy. I'm really excited to see him. On the field. The regular season action. He was on the field very much. But you couldn't. You could not ignore him. He he'd caught your eye on almost every play some of these opt-out dudes from twenty twenty college. I'm keeping i- someone's going to have to write like the analysis of this but the guys that skipped plane last year if they. I'm just curious how they're going to do. Because there's a couple joe trion with the bucks being another one little house on fire and if if players coming into the nfl as good or better than they would have been if they had played college football in the first place like a whole lot. More people are just going to be skin destroyed about a top prospects. He skipped his final year of highschool to go before. We know this going to skip everything like seventh grade straight to the nfl. This is the path. He's going to stay because he set to make up to a million dollars in L. money as soon as he gets there and he might not even play it on. Livable shuki thank you buddy Great to see you and If you would be so kind we're going to need your help again. Come regular season time with sunday night. Recaps in the regular season. If you if you can help us out with that we will be very very happy. That's not even a question you already know. I'll be here. I mean and you get all the browns games mark as surprisingly volunteered to discover the bengals almost no. I'm going to be staged holden tab. My salary doubled. That's you keep doing the work but a lot of antagonism escalator for every bengals game you do over the browns not including browns bengals twice a year negatively. There he goes nicosia. Cook gets the pipe. They call One more hall of fame note by the way before we bring on seth payne a special congratulations to bob blabber friend of the show all time good guy rockland. County guy And he's worked for news day and the new york market for decades and he received the two thousand twenty one bill nunn junior award which is given to reporters who put in the work for years and years and years and it's a great recognition of a great guy so blau congratulations on that that is quite a career..

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"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

"But oh bj's another one you know he's not in our news but there's no reason to be concerned about oh bj but he's not fully practicing just because he's looked great and all these instagram videos. It's like they're taking it slowly. He's going every every other day. It's not eleven on eleven. There are steps in this. You can wonder if o. B. j. o. B. at full complement of snaps week one. Just because they're on the field. I guess to me is not an idea that they're going to really be all the way back all right in other news. Let's talk some money. You start with josh allen. This happened last week. The bills signed their star quarterback to a six year. Two hundred and fifty eight million dollars extension that includes one hundred and fifty million guaranteed. So he's kinda right in that window. Patrick mahomes still the top of the mountain as he should be deck prescott. Who got that huge deal earlier this year. So he's right in between those dudes josh allen just twenty five years old coming off a season where if aaron rodgers doesn't go nuts last year allen's probably the reigning. mvp right now Markelle this makes a lot of sense. And it also for quarterbacks looking for a contract it continues to shape the market for what a star quarterback is worth where everyone else falls beneath that. Yeah i think it's you know one thing i really love about. Football is that you know. In one year's time we can feel so different about players. And you know. I think the josh allen was one of the more polarizing prospects at quarterback that we've ever seen certain scouts going absolutely nuts forum Analytics community essentially mostly down on him. There were outliers there. But i think even just football watchers. Some people look took the early seasons of josh allen and thought this guy obviously athletically gifted and freaky. But there's just certain things that quarterbacks need to do that he's not able to do and i think he went and put so much work into his game. And i look at also sean. Mcdermott and brandon bean. The absolute loyalty. They showed towards a reminds me of the ravens and lamar jackson. It's like he is going to be our quarterback. We're gonna make this work josh allen. They've never questioned on any level. Despite all the doubters they built a really nice offense around him. The contract makes complete and total sense and kind of looking at how it breaks down because it does get more complex for the bills who've been so aggressive and their team building after next season because he makes ten million this year he makes sixteen million next year. That's still gives you a solid next year window to make moves and position for the super bowl but then after that his pay puts you in a position of one of those teams that has one of the highest payed quarterbacks it's harder to maneuver that said i love it. I love for josh allen. He's one of the best stories in the league. Good job by the bills. You keep calling out the doubters of allen. And i just want you to say my name to. I don't think. I don't think greg the you were like the only i think it is more. A community wasn't aggressive about it on this show. Well if i call him out about something that you've been faulty on you could turn around and named probably seventy or eighty on me. And i know that the way you operate as you probably have like a written down lists you have to go. Listen let me but let me be the guy just in between here if we've reached a stage remarks afraid to criticize you because you're gonna come back at and maybe we just need to reevaluate some things about the relationships that dinner wrong a million times and i'm gonna honk on. I'm right so look josh allen. What a guy gotten a lot of draft twitter fired. I don't really consider myself part of draft twitter. Q greg thank you money like i liked that feeling Come at me. i thought rosen. That was a year where i did go and watch the stuff and like like a lot of people. I liked rosen better than josh. So if if jeb draft twitter was actually running a team in and they happen to be up with the tenth pick they would have gotten fired because they would have taken. Josh rosen. who i think's might see career and this month. He's losing a nate seinfeld for the number three quarterback spot in forty nine. I don't know if he's going to get them. I don't know if he's to get another chance. Meanwhile lamar's won an mvp and allen and baker is going to get his contract and allen's gotten this this money we could have been more wrong. Anyone who thought josh. Rosen was better than judge. I mean it's such a crapshoot. I remember the year before or heading into last season at the combine someone. That's hugely respected in the draft industrial complex. Saying to us. Oh yeah the guy to watch out. And stay away from his herbert justin. Herbert was one of the greatest. Afl history quarter. What's taken ahead of darnold josh on. I think the contract structure is just worth pointing. I've gotten less into this over time. But i think it's interesting. These guys are taking these long deals and okay. It's basically five for one sixty four once you break it down once. We got all the details before the bills could potentially get out of it. So that's like a big commitment. That's essentially guaranteed that he's getting that one sixty four which is huge. And that's great. That's why josh take it but per year. That's only thirty one thirty two like he's going to be underpaid sooner than later and both he and mahomes made the decision we're going to give up leverage long-term and kind of let the chiefs and bill's control our entire careers because we're gonna sign such long contracts versus what kirk cousins did in prescott to a lesser degree. Didn't take the shorter deals. If you wanna make the most amount of money the cousins and deck routes actually is the way to go if you wanna make sure you're all good and you're in you're happy with your team and you're going to be happy them kind of controlling your situation for basically your whole career..

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"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

"I wish we had done it in san francisco. I think they've expired. At this point. I would imagine but really nice though. It's a very nice. And i was actually in culver for the first time our home office in eighteen twenty four months. Whatever it's been and Eighteen months and i picked up our sharon. Afl australian rules football. And i haven't behind me so all you ozzy listeners out there oz is in the garage right now that was from our friend got one of the earliest loyal fans from down under in. I you know. I went to the office and i was there for. I am not kidding. Maybe three and a half minutes the only things in possession on my desk where of an ancient photo of my children. They look like from years ago and a notebook of film notes from like nine two thousand nine hundred nine. That's all it took with me. I would guess at the photos were from years ago. Well they had to be. They weren't current but yeah. That's you know. Tell that works. I guess all right. It's monday the true started the season for me. It's not the hall of fame game. It's not the canton inductions. Which by the way we're going to dig into a little bit with our hall of fame pro football hall of fame correspondent knicks shook night. He's going to be here. He was he was boots on the ground. Dan rather style in canton this weekend. Where they end up at both the twenty twenty and the twenty twenty one class. We're gonna talk to nick about what he saw and heard there But also coming up. Seth payne he is boots on the ground in houston during a very odd time in texans history. And we're gonna get the latest onto shawn watson and the mess going on down there in houston full show but what i was gonna say and i lost the train..

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"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on Around the NFL

"The nfl podcast. My name is dan had this. I come to you from a virtual room filled with some heroes. Greg rosenthal marks tessler. Listen the people got some people called the great betrayal when greg skip out of the show at the end but i think there's two things mark the people need to keep in mind number one. This is the most important thing. Greg came back okay. I'm not saying it doesn't mean we don't have to break bread anymore. But greg came back number two. There were children involved and a responsibility. And that's where it gets a little murky. But where do you come down with the some time to really think it over seventy two hours later mark i have really softened my stance from what i spoke about and what you spoke about on the show. I do think that The listeners are are seem almost strongly side with greg's parents decision here. I've noticed a lot of brushback in general. We think dan we get a lot of you. Guys are too hard on greg or you. Don't stand up to greg enough. It's like well. We're in an awkward place. In this case. I think that breaking bread and circling back to discuss this issue might still make sense. I'm not to soften my stance or move off of where i've Attached to on this issue. I get a no. I haven't i did want to go back and listen to. It happened yet but i want to. Martin and mark is Extra extra salty these days. That was a comment from from a friend. And i was like well. It does make sense for mark to kind of let any like internal thoughts has about me filter through this idea while i'm not there feels like on brand you know. I don't think i was necessarily guiding the ship. Though dan i was just seeing dan. Lewis coming listening. Dan rather boots on ground in. Vietnam just are out of whack or something. I mean i think it's an issue i think There's a lot of the ins and outs and what have you involved here. And it's a tough situation. But i'm glad you came back. I mean what we need to do. Is we need to get another driver's license in that house. But i don't know if you wanna have that conversation on the podcast. Starting starting podcast on time would it would also help. That would be good like we're always starting at hands us o'clock it's about seventy seven after the hour. That's all all that time. That's not me relaxing on the couch. Lets me trying to put together the best show. Sometimes it goes over to tug all the time. And i apologize but anyway we're still together by the way about those sandwich we that we would exchange sandwich. Endorsement apologies to listener named doug chin. I found some coupons. He sent us for sandwiches for the twenty fifteen super bowl while i was cleaning out my desk in culver. Didn't we didn't use those so you gave us a nice gift..

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"payne" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Joining me now first class father charles payne welcome to first-class fatherhood. It's great to be here all right. Let's kick it off like this year. How many kids do you have. How old are they. I've got three kids. i Two kids and a stepson stepson. I think is thirty nine. My daughter's thirty five. My youngest is twenty four. Wow yeah you've been at this for a little bit. How many grandkids. You got five grandkids. Wow wow that's awesome stuff if you could charles. Please just take a minute to hit my listeners. With a little bit about your background and what you do yeah well. My background goes all the way back to. I grew up as an army brat. I part of my life for half of my childhood with all over the world we in fact it felt like we moved every year and we lived in fort lee virginia and a two story house really beautiful setting in early mid seventies And then My parents divorced so we went from this amazing life and my mom my two younger brothers. All of us got on a bus from fort lee. Virginia when what's our harlem and at the time it was the poorest ammos dangerous neighborhood in america so it was like to childhoods to completely without her two completely different childhoods And because i was the oldest. I was sort of thrust in his position of responsibility Before you know growing up. I never thought about things like money. I took a lot of things for granted. I heat and hot water act. I went there in new york. We had neither one I never seen the kind of violence i saw. I never saw junkies. And shootings and murders. But i also never saw that kind of energy. Either you know the sort of energy that new york app particular harlem so it was just amazing world but we were. we were dirt poor So i had to hustle. And initially i would just get paper towels clean windshields at stop lunch and things like that and then i had a job at about dagan. I did a whole bunch of things. I worked in a butcher shop. Whatever i've been hustling since. I'm twelve years old but i knew i had to make money so for the first time in my life. I've thought about it. I quoted it with the stock market. Like everyone does at some point. And i taught myself how to read the wall street journal which is really really hard back in those days. I mean it was really intimidating. The it was it was just papers and pages and pages and pages and lines and columns and it was tough but i finally figured it out but my first mutual fund at seventeen. My mom had to cosign my first docket eighteen. After i joined the air force. When i get out the air force i went down to wall street to look for a job and got one fun. Yeah what an incredible journey that you've had here charles amazing story and so now going from all this along this journey that you've had about how old were you. Then when you first became a father and then had to becoming a dad kinda change your perspective on life. I was twenty two when i became a father and it changed everything. It just it. Put all the focus on my on my daughter right and just making sure i could provide her with this amazing life than it was a party with my friends. I i went to school. When they're forced to go to school. I went to school. None of my buddies did it was nothing for me to take a few classes and come back and catch up with them right. Just got a few brews. And i'm there with it so i was always confused why he didn't do it. But it gave me even more sharpened focus Because of her. And i gotta tell you. I took a big chance. I was working at espn. I was making thirteen thousand a year when i got the phone call. That had the job. It was one of the greatest days of my life For me it was a lot of money. And but i gave it all up for job as a broker just one hundred percent commission. I finally got my first decent check. My daughter had been in the same pampers for over twenty four hours and we had one can of food and a house But time. I wanted to quit every time. I would call a prospect out of those yellow pages. I'd say hi. This is charles fan from coke again. This is charles fan. From and i mean people vote on the twenty four. It was so scary. I didn't think i was gonna make it and then one day. I think this was a lawyer. New york city. I call them up. I read my pitch and he said you read very well. But what do you want. And i thought about it. That was a blessing. I throw away the pitch from narrow out when i call by just had a conversation. Incredible stuff and your story reminds you so much. The the typical american dream story. And whenever i talked to you know people about that american dream a lot of times. They'll snarl at that and they think that the american dream is a joke and it doesn't exist. I mean i. It is possible. I think in your example of that through hard work dedication setting goals i. I still believe that. The american dream is alive and well especially today. It seems like there's more opportunity than ever. I agree one million percent one million percent. You can start a business online. You know you can get everything. Get a lawyer. you can get everything..

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"payne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

12:58 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"He also lied about being in the military. The pod is had left their previous tanning. Shame off to body was convicted of stolen valla. Although dozens of firearms had been seized from the potter household. The gun used to kill the victims hadn't been found however an expert testified that loose unspent rounds found in bodies truck matched the ran's found at the crime saying the jury got to listen to recorded phone calls between body and barbara including one in which barbara said. I got rid of it all. I got rid of the junk. After three hours of deliberating the jury found marvin body pottage junior guilty of two counts of murder in the first grey body remained stoic as the verdict was read just as he had bain throughout the trial. As tennessee law requires a murder one conviction to automatically carry one life. Sentence per can't body would have to serve two life sentences after woods. The prosecution queried that year is about what they thought of the testimony and importantly how they felt about the culpability of barbara and gino paw the fade back day. God was that the women were every bit as guilty as body. even if they didn't pull the trigger journal. Jamie and barbara was set to face trial lung to cancer fest the gray mud and conspiracy to commit first degree murder barbara wholesale face the charge of tampering with evidence thanks to her ill fated attempt to shred the emails and photos. The three would be tried together then in early. Two thousand fifteen assistant district attorney. Dennis brooks received a coal from jamie's attorney jamie was prepared to cooperate with the state if it meant having a shot at freedom hey provided a full confession. Day tiling from the moment buddy asked him to do him a favor to win. Jamie was dropped off home after buddy executed. Bill payne and billy jane hayworth in return for grain to testify against the put. Women jamie was tried separately with the lesser charge of facilitation of first degree murder. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to twenty five years with the possibility of applying for parole in seven and a half years as theodore. Served a half of that. He's first parole hearing occurred in november. Two thousand fifteen. The victims families all opposed parral with assistant attorney. Dennis brooks saying it would be a slap in the face of justice for jamie kurd to be released so early in his sentence for all was denied with jamie eligible to try again. I delight at date in may two thousand fifteen. The pudong women went to trial. Gray head. barbara ended cordage day in a wheelchair while her daughter dressed. Demurely assistant district attorney. Dennis brooks opened with the statement. This is going to be the stupidest thing you've heard. This is going to be the craziest thing you've ever heard. There is nothing in your lives so background that has prepared you to understand the potter family. You have never seen anybody lock them even with jamie now. The prosecution's star witness there was no smoking gun in the pages upon pages of online correspondence. Neither bob ross nor journal outright demanded that body and jamie go out and kill the defense argued. That jamie kurd who had the know. How and access to the potus computer was behind the murders and online personas. The defense maintained that jamie was upset. Because he lost his drinking buddy. When bill payne became involved with billy jayne hayworth and that he wanted gino's parents out of the way so he could have genucel to himself. Defense pointed out. That jamie had every opportunity to stop the murders. But he didn't gino's attorney called the state's argument smoke and mirrors and told the jury the state will have you believe that know put up worse the kurd. I mean eight to ten years older than her to complete days acts some. When's your no pau operated on the level of an eight or nine year old. He also cautioned the jury to remember that it's not illegal to spew hate individual over the internet in an apparent mission that he's client had done just that the witness who offered the most insight into general potter was her estranged older sister. Christy christie's childhood was relatively normal but janelle with all her received the bulk of their parents attention christie noted that her parents cuddled her little sister always taking care of any issues she faced including those that were of her own making geno attention by making false health claims such as that. She had cancer at other times. She would collapse dramatically in the hallways waiting for people to notice and make a fuss over a journals inability to raisin meant that. She was unable to understand when other kids were joking. She took things too seriously and in ways the other party did not intend as a result journal had trouble making friends and would often get into disagreements and conflicts. The parents would stepping in and day. The smooth things iva or threaten the other party until they back to dan in middle school a dispute between john and another go went. All the white core janelle claimed the girl had punched her. Because janelle was too pretty body and barbara drum dean to juneau have different. She was and gushed that this made her special and better than other kids overtime. Christie came to believe that her little sisters disabilities were quite not as bad as everybody else said they were. She felt pushed to the sidelines. As her parents were consumed with loving and protecting their favorite daughter geno she mostly attributed her troubled chil- hood and strained. Familial relationships with martha christie eventually moved out and seven ties with her family. She felt that genome manipulated and deceived. Other people for her own ends especially their parents. A psychologist told the jury the allegation that journal is in some way. A mastermind or a manipulator plana. I think really flies in the face of the facts which go back and say that she is functioning basically as a fourth grade when the prosecution then asked can non-euro debate manipulative. The psychologist through responded nine year olds parents. The time barbara and juno pau with found guilty on all charges. Both women was sentenced to two loss sentences. One for each can of first degree murder unlock body who had remained impassive when he sentence was read out. Barbara chanel erupted into dramatic tease. Barbara sixty four would die in prison. Je nell at thirty five would be in her eighties before being eligible for parole. The relatives of bill and billie jane where raven more emotional this time than they were. When buddy had been convicted everyone in town knew what a menace. Gino was and how she had been the cause of so much drama hatred and angst over the years. A few had been confident that she would be made to pay for her crimes. Let alone a murder conviction. Day relief was iva whelming bill. Payne's mother told the press west still hurting will always be hurting. You know bill couldn't call me on mother's day she also had a parting shot for barbara potter. Referencing one of the emails that had been ready adding court. She said barbara. You wanted to know if you'd go to hell. Yeah you're going to hell. And if i have to forgive any of you to stay out of hell i'll see you shortly after the trial's television program twenty twenty did a show about the case. Cold unfriendly by barbara and janelle who was serving their sentences in the same prison were interviewed on camera. They continue to deny any involvement in the murders. Barbara said to jamie kurd had authored all the daming emails using her name. I'm not that kind of person. Sheen's listed on not evil shea believed that she would go to heaven with a clean conscience. Janelle used a tactic that had always served her well with her parents. When the interviewer confronted her with evidence that shay was chris she sobbed loudly and cried. No until her lawyer ended the interview. Agent scott law was also interviewed and was at pains to distance the case from the narrative that it was all about social media. Hey believe a much. More common motive was the true ansa. Je pau had an unrequited crush on. Bill payne and was furious that it hadn't been reciprocated. Hey said it wasn't defending on facebook. It was a jealousy issue and someone with too much time on her hands. The sentiment in mountain cd. Is that the potter. Women had manipulated the impressionable. Desperate and lonely jamie occurred to do something he would never normally do before meeting the is jamie had no prior history of violence and no criminal history in his book on the case. Too pretty to live assistant district attorney. Dennis brooks expressed some sympathy for the man who had become the porn of jealous controlling and vindictive girl and her over protective parents he wrote. Had the pod is not come into jamie's lawf- he would have gone to his grave without a single incident as a violent criminal. A truly believed that online geno putter often wrote about her love for her parents. She put them dan as her heroes adding. I have the best mama and daddy in the world. They have really been there for me and they are great people on so lucky. I am blessed with them..

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"payne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"payne" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"In one of private facebook messages. Barbara had written to a friend that chris jaden had helped journal fought bullies in school. Barbara cold chris her adopted son and said that the family loved him but didn't get to see him often enough. So if chris jaden really existed just how involved was. Hey in the murders of bill. Payne and billy jane hayworth. Investigators wanted answers. It was tom to contact the man himself and fund out what was going on..

"payne" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast

The Social Work Routes Podcast

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"payne" Discussed on The Social Work Routes Podcast

"So welcome to the social. Work routes podcast. My name is chris clark. And i'm an associate professor of social work at the university of helsinki and i'm delighted to welcome. Dr malcolm payne of who is dosing of social work. At the university of helsinki and a professor emeritus. I believe it's crowded with you. Thanks so much for coming. So what are we. Start with the first question. Would you like to talk a little bit about who you are and where you pulled from. Well i'm a londoner. And in fact i was bull not too far away from here in king's college hospital. I lifted in south london than in north london for childhood I came from a family. That was bombed out the wall. So they They were in the don't clans. My mother's parents ran a cafe which is where my father met her. She was waiting all in the cafe and they were moved out because they lost everything during war. They moved out to rented accommodation. Just a little. A few lines stations down the line. And so that's how. I ended up in south london When i look back on it. I think it will be right to say that. Both my parents were in their way disabled. But it didn't feel like that at the time they just seem puffy told me and we lived in his Saba london surrounded by the rest of my mother's fam- so all my life That pairs walls in contact with my cousins. I child paul because my mother's disability men she was able to have more children not she found it very hall. Have me and the. This came from the bucket when she was a very small child. Undefended so a my follow the similarly had rickets when he was a child disease of poverty and he had He was have very short legs as a result of that his bones were affected. So when i look back on and they were pretty stable people About actually it was. I seem to have a puppet in oil childhood. I've i was troubled mall. Why my move. When i was seven to live near my father's working northbound on that lost the contacts with the families it wasn't so close in regular than it was. Just you went there in the holidays so it was a little little mole. Isolating for me. And i don't feel i really Got myself together until my late teens. Or even when i was at university i felt very my own and not very able to not very socially able that one and i was saved by the scout movement and she got into an is at school. It was part of being a school and said they helped me with my social relationships In my teen teen years which is very important thing to say was that i went to another states is called a grammar school kind of school for clever children and I was in the second person in my family. My father's family. I went to university. Mother's young assistant went to university. Auntie account i was among the first in the family. Get investing my bill. Later ultras went. He'd was two and became a social worker but My boy cousins University education so it was unusual for them to experience me as guys investing. Could you talk a little bit about what the atmosphere is like in postwar london. I'm rebuilding the class system. The started the welfare state. What was it like growing up with all of those structures well in a way. I took it for granted. My parents didn't take it for granted because during nineteen touches his twenties thirties with Without the national health service will be out of such as. I took it for granted and i I look back on it now and see that it was very formative You know a doctor. For example the national health service He operated from his front room. A nowadays they own freight from the will set up clinics and that kind of thing but so it was formative but it was just natural and it made you feel secure and of the interesting things is to could members of my family or americans you meet and they don't have that same sense of security. It's going to be that for you if you if you need it and you roll the take that for granted sir. Unfortunately social work on the sexual services of their same status in the case is small difficult to see that as a natural part of the system but she spoke also about being a first generation college student. And could you talk a little bit about how education was was understood. You said that your your boy. Cousins didn't didn't go to university. And how did how did people view education at that time has evolved. These inc. it was. It was a to go to university when i went to university one in ten children of generation when he investi so it was really quite exceptional and it was exceptional to go to grammar school designed it all kind of educationally academic education those were remove during the nineteen sixties and seventies most of the country Education became comprehensive. And there was no division. Is paul may a leftover from mccown system. And i look back on it to to see that living on the edges of middle middleton's area of north london. Waiting in a middle costs couldn't afford it but I ended up in this school. And i look back on it now on realize the Schoolmates there were the children of executives. The children of journalists and Submitted quiet eminent people in is london's there lots of you know senior civil servants and people like that and so There are several major politicians nowadays. Who.

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"payne" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"payne" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Sort of my indication for a little bit of time to sit down and i'll tell you i gotta give you credit. I mean th there was one scene where there was literally thousands of you in that one. Hangar bay saluting new business i. I don't know how you pull that off that there were so many of you there so i thought that was a man thousand cake. Thank god for kidding. But that's amazing and you've actually he also worked on the other stargate. You've actually played one of the played a rate The producers were super kind. And you know from from I guess what you know considered hard work. I loved every second of it but they call it hard work and said you know we'd love me do You know if if you'd like take first crack at the rate warrior On the atlantis. Pilot your hard work. And i was you know. Of course i'm gonna jump at it with With other great experience so far with them. When asked you on yeah. That was a great makeup to on on the race. I really like it. They really designed something. That was very unique to the one universe. I really i really enjoyed it. Yeah they took They very much took the time and we didn't make up for early early days about three hours every morning. Getting veins and You know tech driving our skin so that it wasn't just like you know green paint on a on a human it actually started having texture and you know aging spots and veins. it was fantastic the process. You know when. I think is funny is in a bizarre kind of way. The female race in the pilot rising there was almost something kinda hot about her in a strange kind of bizarre way. Yeah it was really kind of bizarre that way but it was like i go. Yeah she's getting to be a little too attractive in a weird kind of way around lowest going on here. Well what kind of touch to me but credit the actress kind of injecting. Something into it then. Obviously they'd have actually. She's great andy. Famous she's she's amazing. She definitely has a writhing kind of sexuality about it that she added for sure. You in any scenes. I guess you know with either robert patrick or also Mister flanagan as well and some of the that they shot in the. I guess that was part of the ship of the of the race itself. When we honeycomb gavin we were. I was there when Down plays the male. Yes i was talking to. Robert patrick go through. Its various stages of deterioration. He was great in that too by the way he played did a great job. I don't think he's been anything ever but great either night guy through i'll that's great. That's great the way. I look at it as you seem both casts. And they're just you know they're they're they're like different families really and everybody has different personalities and everything of course. How do you think these guys are faring. And compared to the other guys have been around for like almost ten years now. I think it's great. I think they're making their own stamp. Which is nice you know. It's not just it's not just a sidekick show to s you own show when they're making their own stamp on the world that they are creating and it's it's it's different yet. Has the you know the gate relationship. But it's definitely it's own show which i think is fantastic and and and again those two families. Don't get a lot of time when you're filming 'cause it's you know fifty dollars or whatever fifty today you don't get a lot of time to wander over and sorta catch up with the other crew. It's these conventions they're bringing out stargate as atlanta's characters conventions that you get to actually meet the people and you know you can respect. I work like crazy but when you get to actually meet them. That's when you utilize it. They're great people doing great. So it's it's all it's all good i mean. The whole stargate franchise is an amazing thing. I remember i remember the original movie very well and what this boy both series have done and they're doing that with the race just like the original series is doing with the goal. I mean they just literally took that universe and fleshed it out over those nine years. And i've really turned into something exciting and they've added new wrinkles every year. And i think you know bringing in ben browder. I thought it was a great move and beau bridges. I can't say enough. Great things about either dream cat that i mean that is just a really added a lot of a nice dynamic and the new guys. I think you know they're. They're also a very nice diverse bunch a very much more international cast. And i think that's adds a different flavor to it too. And the atlantis sets amazing too. So it's just it's really cool. It's really really cool. I had a cat to hang out with. Rachel latrell. Yes. she's tremendous. Yeah absolutely brilliant and just a a kind and beautiful lady and she does an amazing job with her character again. And you know it's an alien you don't there's no preset sort of idea. You just get to bring your own what you believe that. Producers directors and writers want more on creative. So it's i think it's amazing what they're doing. I mean the cameras just literally loves her. I mean every you know every shot that she's on it's just like you can't help look at her she just liked. The camera just adores her. He's one of those faces. You know my friend. I believe it i believe it. I believe she's in good shape too. You can tell because They he's got some go that way for sure. Oh definitely definitely you know. Something was funny in value. Is that you're actually. You've done a lot of the costume things. But a lot of times you've also worked worked with the muppets and playing human being most of the time. So that's gotta be a challenge to essentially perform with those puppets and we just see puppets and you but obviously you see the puppeteers as well as an actor or yeah. Yeah exactly and as an actor. How do you prepare for something like that when you know the day. You're going to be doing scenes like that. Really an interesting dynamic. I think the same preparation goes. But i mean just keep boosting everybody up but i think that they get there because they're amazing what they're doing. The same thing goes puppeteers. They do bring those allies that you're looking at a furry stitch costume and thinking it's alive but just the they're so brilliant what they do you can bring sort of the. The belief system set suspended belief into today a phoenix and then just work with them right there in live animal in front of us. Dads amazing what they do. I mean they've been doing it for a long time. So i just it's fantastic. I mean and you are in the the wizard of oz i mean. How cool is that. The mother of is i mean that's classic story and to give them up the treatment just makes it something of its own thing too. Yeah kirk thatcher The kind director brought brought me back because the be we need off. Okay on the first one and unfortunately they're stunned. I got to do a really fun. And goofy stunt. On the wizard of oz. One that didn't make the final cut. Yeah and it was. It was great. It was just a movie with too long. And it was just sort of What do you call it an end to this crazy funny stunt where the tornado comes in and sweeps me out of the the weather room yes broadcast but i would have been fun to see maybe will make the dvd acclimated. Tell never tell. I think it's going to be just released on. Dvd coming up so that'll be real cool. you'll be appearing. This summer knows six at a convention call timeless destinations. So we didn't get a chance to me. But i because of my schedule and just and your schedule they keep you pretty busy but you are engaged on and it seems that you've got a lot of female attention during the auctions. Now how do you i mean. Obviously there's a lot you literally get like cheers and screams when you when you do these kinds of things. What's that what's have feel like.

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"payne" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"payne" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Hi this is tony tomato and onsite talk today. We have dan pain. The super soldier himself from stargate s one and dan also has the distinction of appearing on the pilot episode of rising as one of the first rates on stargate atlantis. Dan has an interesting new project. The television series taking a stab at more at comedy which is kind of a personal love of fish and you can catch him this coming summer in two thousand six at timeless destinations. We discussed his career the fans and his stargate experiences. Here's my conversation with dan. Pay obviously we. We have to get into the stargate thing for for your fans out there. But you're actually shooting a new series. I understand rock the last week or two weeks ago. Now he just finishing. The thirteen episode was an amazing experience. It's called halici sank. Yup and who do you play in the series Alison dad john macleod. Family and. i'm john macleod. John macleod greg. Now what can you tell us a little bit about what it's about. Basically the young girl fifteen year old girl. Alice who's been home schooled for ten years and then kind of chuck back inside society and left to fend for herself because her parents will be at full of love and free spirited if somewhat ineffective parenting and she's got her own style and dresses in her own unique way which makes her reentry into society that bit more difficult and she's got a younger brother whose genius who's a pretty much the glue in the family clear trials and tribulations and whatnot getting back into the swing of things at fifteen years old. Wow and you play the dad. Who's not an effective parent. Yeah no dad. i'm a. I'm a bit of a dreamer with a serious case of wonder and You know starts a million projects finishes zero and Yeah but You know want the kids who live free and and have fun now. This is all shot in vancouver. Yeah we shot it out online leona farm. Oh that's neat that's neat. Have you ever done that to kind of environment before or not with cows extras. I mean we. We had a farm right next up with twenty cows. Everyone we'd have to take over again because the cows are stepping on our lines. So that's so funny. That is great. You'd have to milk any of them. Did you may not. Even i might. I'm not sure that's great. So that was elosegui. First time on a farm. You've done that before. I grew up small town so this whole series of entity again the series of set in a small town so it was a bit of a ns tajik trip for me and this is a homecoming for you. In a way i go. Yeah let me work to a few issues. It was all shot there and you shoot like in the spring into summer into fall. Is that how you finished or shot. Yeah we shot September october november. Okay and when was it. Where is this going to enter dan so we can to look out for it. Yeah it's going to be on atv and the comedy network okay. They're talking about. They haven't confirmed anything but they're talking about a late january release for so cool. Cool very cool. That's very nice and it's it is a little different for you. You're not you're not playing warriors or jaffa or or stuff like that too. I think physically i. i'm sort of a built for action but my heart difficult to comedy so this is great blessing. Yeah it's an absolute blessing that somebody look look past a huge freakish frame and and ben throw you into. This is great. It's going to be fun and we're look forward to it. depressed me. how many episodes were already teaching shot. Thirteen in the can waiting to go. Great great great. And then. I guess it's just a matter of waiting to see if there's a season to knock on wood crossing fingers chasing rabbits down and all that stuff. Yeah yeah and the initial responses from some of the episodes. The money people have seen yet. Yeah in fact. They gave us a bit more money to do a couple of extra days to just Get all those little tidbits shots that were sort of. You know polishing effort shots for for that little extra factory. They said you know we really liked what we've got so far so more money do it right. Well that's nice spastic. Yeah fantastic input. That is really nice direct way. Yeah speaking of stargate the ultimate warrior. He knew prize secret weapon. You look at that costume. And he said that thing has got to be hot especially walking around vancouver shooting as he s she wanted is. It wasn't hot there. Were i think one of the early days we were. I was just one of the like exposing the super soldiers or the st one team right and had a job over a hill and it happened to be thirty six degrees out that day. Oh wow and that's a five millimeter Sort of wetsuit material with armor on top of it. And yeah i started seeing all kinds of crazy things in my hallucinogenic states was that you would with some of the explosions. Going on around here was at a stunt a stunt Soldier while the beauty of this thing was Dan shea and the rest of the crew. they're sort of. Let me do my stunts. They any opportunity. And i embrace it with open arms. So yeah that was that was getting blowing. Wow that's wild. So so how did he walk. Certain to avoid the damn thing so that you wouldn't get blown up in real life which which wasn't made easy by the fact that you can barely see the math man art meeting. That's for sure and i guess the obviously all the the laser shots that you shot out that was added later so you just had to kind of point towards a certain direction and then they would just do the explosions right on the set. Yeah nobody faith. I could make noises to there. You go now. There was a part where his super soldiers helmet was removed. The s. one was that also you that what me slammed behind. That green slimy transparent thing. Yeah that was actually pretty a pretty wild makeup even for as she wanted. Television was actually. We're kind of gruesome got a guy from l. a. And i i can't remember his name. He's an unbelievably magic Man making masks and creating that sort of gruesome but realistic craziness. I guess as far as aliens go. It was unbelievable and they they took a mold of my face so that it fit comfortably. That's good necessarily brilliant. But i guess. I guess it's like latex latex rubber so doesn't always smell very nice when we face now now i guess the sweat it also kind of factors into it too. A little bit definitely. Yeah that day. When i was running up and down the hills I had so much sweat. Pooled in my boots and was weeping of the themes of my boots which You know.

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"payne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Each week. We dissect a real financial plan and uncover the floors or we call pain points. Our listeners can avoid the same mistakes that they're planning investing. And Chris. You worked with a woman recently. Why do you break down how you helped her Get on her path, the financial independence, So right. We always talk about diversification in our portfolio, and I really think that's like an overused term in our industry. But seldom do we really explain What diversification is, and I think that the general consensus is having your money and a lot of different places. You know, I think that's the first thing. But you know, the second part of the two is also having diversification in your returns. So I think most of you out there perceive your returns. As what you're getting from the growth of the market, right? You buy something for $5 you sell it for 10. Your growth is $5. But the truth is, is that over time, your return should come from two places to growth in the market. It also interesting dividends. And that's the case here. Not only did this person lack diversification in their portfolio, but most of their return was really only coming from one place right in just a question here, Chris why did they decided this point? Cause it looks like the very aggressive portfolio. What was the catalyst to say? Hey, I need to sit down for a financial planner and really figure out what I'm doing with my money. Well, you know what, right to use the nautical analogy because, as you all know, I'm an avid sailor if they were essentially lost it, see They don't know where they stood. They didn't know where they were in terms of do I have enough savings, You know, is this enough to get me through retirement? You know, Am I making the right decisions now? Because this is a couple that's in their early fifties, so You know, it's become more more and more critical for them to really figure that out Chris former some of the gaps in their strategy, and they're planning some of the things that they missed that we're probably obvious to you. Well, the majority the money was in was in there for one case, and they were invested in over a million dollars in a 41 K and they're investing a target fund. Which I think it's fine. You know when you have, you know, 30 $40,000, But you know when you're talking about millions of dollars, the problem is just like any other index. It starts to get more heavily weighted with the things that have done well, so What that came down to us that they had mostly money concentrated one area of the market. And like most of you out there, that's large cap growth stocks. That's right, because you hear the old saying just on the S and P 500, you're gonna be fine. Just on that s and P 500, you know, you'll be able to get to retirement. But the truth is, it's just one place to put your money, And sometimes it does do great. Other times. It does pretty lousy. You can't afford for all your money at one point to be doing lousy during retirement because you need to draw from that portfolio. It sounds like you're walking a tightrope here. Chris. Looks like you know, you have to basically have two goals, right? You want to accumulate wealth? Then you also wanna maintain that wealth. Right? So if you want to create wealth, you concentrate. If you want to maintain your wealth, you spread it around. And you diversify? Is that what I hear you saying? Yeah, exactly. Then they really do like your type rope analogy because I think a lot of people do walk that tightrope in terms of the amount of risk that they take. It's like You could get across the river. But do you want to take the tight rope, which may get you there faster, but much more risky, or you want to take the beautiful bridge that's been engineered for hundreds of years. That's a lot safer and more of a sure thing. Yes, I always saw you as a bridge builder. But any it comes down to Chris. You and I had talked to actually a client of ours recently. It's like a lot that you can afford for the market to go up and up and up. You can afford to go up 100% on your portfolio, and that's great. But I bet it doesn't change your lifestyle. You probably have a certain lifestyle that you want to keep. But you're not looking to change it on the other side of the equation, though, if you were to lose 50 60% of your portfolio that could have a negative impact on the lifestyle that you enjoy. Right now. It's just the risk reward of taking the right amount of risk in your portfolio. But not more, even if the gains could be better, because if you lose that money You're out of luck and just to go back to analogy used earlier today by the famous Warren Buffet where, he said, You know, it's really when the tide goes out that you get to see who's swimming naked and when it comes to your portfolio, you really don't want to be swimming naked because the bottom line is you don't have to. If you're thinking to yourself right now, like I don't wanna swim naked. I don't know what risk I'm taking in my portfolio. I need to build a portfolio that's based on my goals for retirement because I want to keep my lifestyle intact for our time and Well, here's your shot to do it. We literally have two slots left. If you have over $500,000 safe retirement myself. Bob and Chris Payne will run for You are now famous Total financial master plan and we'll do that with no obligation or cost..

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"payne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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04:25 min | 2 years ago

"payne" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Each week. We dissect a real financial plan and uncover the floors or we call pain points. Our listeners can avoid the same mistakes that they're planning investing. And Chris. You worked with a woman recently. Why do you break down how you helped her get on her path to financial independence. So right. We always talk about diversification in our portfolio, and I really think that's like an overused term in our industry. But seldom do we really explain What diversification is, and I think that the general consensus is having your money and a lot of different places. You know, I think that's the first thing. But you know, the second part of the two is also having diversification in your returns. So I think most of you out there perceive your returns. As what you're getting from the growth of the market, right? You buy something for $5 you sell it for 10. Your growth is $5. But the truth is, is that over time, your return should come from two places the growth in the market. It also interesting dividends. And that's the case here. Not only did this person lack diversification in their portfolio, but most of their return was really only coming from one place right in just a question here, Chris why did they decided this point? Cause it looks like the very aggressive portfolio. What was the catalyst to say? Hey, I need to sit down for a financial planner and really figure out what I'm doing with my money. Well, you know what, right to use the nautical analogy because, as you all know, I'm an avid sailor if they were essentially lost it, see They don't know where they stood. They didn't know where they were in terms of do I have enough savings, You know, is this enough to get me through retirement? You know, Am I making the right decisions now? Because this is a couple that's in the early fifties. So You know, it's become more more and more critical for them to really figure that out Chris former some of the gaps in their strategy, and you're planning some of the things that they missed that we're probably obvious to you. Well, the majority the money was in was in there for one case, and they were invested in over a million dollars in a 41 K and they're investing a target fund. Which I think it's fine. You know when you have, you know, 30 $40,000, But you know when you're talking about millions of dollars, the problem is just like any other index. It starts to get more heavily weighted with the things that have done well, so What that came down to is that they had most their money concentrated one area of the market. And like most of you out there, that's large cap growth stocks. That's right, because you hear the old saying just on the S and P 500, you're gonna be fine. Just on that s and P 500, you know, you'll be able to get to retirement. But the truth is, it's just one place to put your money, And sometimes it does do great. Other times. It does pretty lousy. You can't afford for all your money at one point to be doing lousy during retirement because you need to draw from that portfolio. It sounds like you're walking a tightrope here. Chris. Looks like you know, you have to basically have two goals, right? You want to accumulate wealth? Then you also wanna maintain that wealth. Right? So if you want to create wealth, you concentrate. If you want to maintain your wealth, you spread it around And you diversify Is that what I hear is saying, Yeah, exactly that. I really do like your type rope analogy because I think a lot of people do walk that tightrope in terms of the amount of risk that they take. It's like You could get across the river. But do you want to take the tight rope, which may get you there faster, but much more risky, or you want to take the beautiful bridge that's been engineered for hundreds of years. That's a lot safer and more of a sure thing. Yes, I always saw you as a bridge builder. But any it comes down to Chris. You and I had talked to actually a client of ours recently. It's like a lot that you can afford for the market to go up and up and up. You can afford to go up 100% on your portfolio, and that's great. But I bet it doesn't change your lifestyle. You probably have a certain lifestyle that you want to keep. But you're not looking to change it on the other side of the equation, though, if you were to lose 50 60% of your portfolio that can have a negative impact on the lifestyle that you enjoy. Right now. It's just the risk reward of taking the right amount of risk in your portfolio. But not more, even if the gains could be better, because if you lose that money You're out of luck and just to go back to analogy used earlier today by the famous Warren Buffet where, he said, You know, it's really when the tide goes out that you get to see who's swimming naked and when it comes to your portfolio, you really don't want to be swimming naked because the bottom line is you don't have to. If you're thinking to yourself right now, like I don't wanna swim naked. I don't know what risk I'm taking in my portfolio. I need to build a portfolio that's based on my goals for retirement because I want to keep my lifestyle intact for our time and Well, here's your shot to do it. We literally have two slots left. If you have over $500,000 safe retirement myself. Bob and Chris Payne will run for You are now famous Total financial master plan and we'll do that with no obligation or cost..

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