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White House Announces New COVID-19 Policy for International Travelers

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 3 d ago

White House Announces New COVID-19 Policy for International Travelers

"The white house has announced fully vaccinated. International travelers will be able to visit the us starting in november. That's a significant policy shift. After months of corona virus related travel bans and pierce hammer keith reports. The rules will be different though for americans fully vaccinated international travelers. We'll have to present proof of vaccination and get tested before flying white house cova nineteen coordinator. Jeff zion says. They'll also need to provide a phone number and email for contact tracing. This new system allows us to implement strict protocols to prevent the spread of cova from masters find internationally united states are firing that deal for nationals. Travelling united states be fully vaccinated. It's based on public else for americans returning to the. Us vaccination won't be required but they will have to test before and after their flights. The new protocols will replace bans on travelers from china india. Europe and

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Paul Pierce, Chris Bosh Among 16 Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame

The Breakfast Club

01:02 min | Last week

Paul Pierce, Chris Bosh Among 16 Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame

"Talk about the basketball hall of fame. They celebrated the class of twenty twenty one on saturday. They were sixteen legends. That were inducted into the hall of fame among those people chris. Bosh paul pierce chris webber also bill russell the first black mba head coach Two-time ncw national champion villanova coach jay wright seven-time wnba star in two time olympic gold medalist yolanda griffith seven times. Wnba star and three-time wnba. Most valuable player lauren jackson. Those were among the people who were honored. And here is paul. Here's Talking about the teams passed on him. Coming out of college team. All american projected number two pick and so. I like to thank the clippers new cover grizzlies denver nuggets. Toronto raptors go to stay whereas dallas mavericks sacramento case philadelphia. Seventy sixers and walkie buck knives past. Thank you for passing on adding fuel to my

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Ex-Wrestler Daffney Unger, AKA Scream Queen, Dies at 46

The Masked Man Show

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-Wrestler Daffney Unger, AKA Scream Queen, Dies at 46

"Tragedy i'm talking about is the passing of shannon spro. Scream queen she. She passed away at the age of forty six and just to give her a little love. Man debut in in professional wrestling in nineteen ninety nine. She made an immediate impact in. Wcw as daphne she. She did that gothic and de energetic and she was maniacal and she was most known for that that high piercing high pitch screen in after leaving w in two thousand one spro continued on into the business briefly work in early in tna as well xp w in ring of honor and may two thousand three. She signed a developmental deal with wwe but was released. By year's end later appearances for shimmer in other independent promotions and briefly left the business in the mid two thousands role was an icon. She was treasure. She was loved. She will be missed.

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Crop Circles: Alien Messages or Man-Made Hoaxes?

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:11 min | Last month

Crop Circles: Alien Messages or Man-Made Hoaxes?

"One of the first stories that got people talking about crop circles began one morning in january nineteen sixty six when banana farmer george pedley entirely a town in north queensland australia was driving his tractor through his farm passed a lagoon. George hurt a high pitched hissing. Sound assuming it was a pierce tire. He stopped the tractor to check but immediately saw what he later described as a flying saucer. Rise up at great speed from the lagoon and sip away disappearing into a cloud of blue vapor after registering his complete shock. He went to investigate the site from which he saw the object rise there in the lagoon. George found what looked almost like a massive nest of flattened reads fused together floating on the surface of the water spinning clockwise. It was almost thirty feet across later in the day. George called his friend albert to check it out. It seems to me if you see a flying saucer and a floating nest from where it took off you call someone immediately but george was like. Wow i just saw. Ufo oh well. These bananas are gonna pick themselves. Maybe he was a man who has priorities in order one harvest bananas to call friend about ufo citing when albert got to the lagoon. He waited out in to get a closer look and notice that the reads weren't just bent over but rather it looked like they'd been pulled up by their roots at this point. One of the men alerted the media. I'm guessing it was albert since george seemed to be taking a slightly more lazy fair approach to the whole thing when the local press arrived to more smaller circles were found in one. The reads went clockwise. Counterclockwise also found was a six by five foot rectangle of empty space in the reeds where the reads it seemingly been pulled up from their roots and were missing completely

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Dr. Death: The Story of Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

Dirty John

02:26 min | Last month

Dr. Death: The Story of Dr. Paolo Macchiarini

"Get rid of the infection. He'd invited benito long but she almost didn't make it just a few weeks earlier should had surgery and gotten an infection but after some antibiotics things seem to be getting better besides she really wanted to see moscow and then the infection cleared off enough that my doctor said you're fine. You're okay to travel but now at dinner it was clear something was very wrong and i started having horrible pain now. My piercing pain at first. She tried to tough it out hoping to make it through the desert but this was just too much. I remember squeezing policy hander. At a table and i just look at him and i say my love. Something's wrong. a look of concern flashed across paulos face. Everything's gonna be okay. He said he got up from the table. Threw down some cash and grabbed her coat and i could barely walk barely again in the taxi. They made it back to their hotel room and he said lie down on the bed. Benita quickly pulled off her clothes as best she could so he could see the wound. He looked at the incision and he looked at me and he said. Do you trust me. And i just looked at him and i said get me another glass of wine. Paolo gave a soft smile and then walked to the mini fridge. He pulled out a bottle of wine then build a glass to the brim and handed it to her shy promptly. Slogged and i lay down and he said where you're scissors. I have these travel scissors that I was using to cut the gauze that i was covering the incision with i said there in the bathroom and he goes in the bathroom and he gets my travel scissors and he is peroxide or something whatever he has to quote unquote sterilize them. He came back over to her. Look during the is and he said. Do you trust me. And i just nodded my head and he took those scissors and he plunged them into my incision. The pain was unlike anything should felt. Benita has a high pain threshold but for a second. She thought she was going to black out. One hand was gripping the bed and the other was holding onto paolo shoulder.

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Taliban enter Kabul, await 'peaceful transfer' of power

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Taliban enter Kabul, await 'peaceful transfer' of power

"Taliban fighters have entered Kabul and seek the unconditional surrender of the central governments the sound is spreading gunshots pierced the air in the streets of Kabul which otherwise remains largely quiets helicopters buzzed overhead some apparently evacuating personnel at the US embassy Kabul residents up to will have like many others is the Taliban could be imposed a brutal rule people worry about the how the bill without a boundary that was before I know it's a little different others like Miriam remains Stevie defiance against any imposition the Taliban would enforce we are not the people you know go back to the dark it up I'm a girl and I don't get a vote anyone acting interior minister Abdul Satar masak while we sold the people their safety security the city is guaranteed and it will not be attacks the agreement for the big city of Kabul is that power will be transferred peacefully an interim administration I'm Karen Thomas

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How The Mighty Cuomo Dynasty Has Fallen

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | Last month

How The Mighty Cuomo Dynasty Has Fallen

"Wonder how new yorkers who have adored andrew cuomo are feeling now how about new yorkers who supported the cuomo dynasty. i mean there's you know he's part of a dynasty. You got. Mario cuomo his famous father. You got the famous brother on cnn. I mean the cuomo's wow they're they're lefty royalty they're just democrat royalty. Aren't they wonder. What what mario cuomo would be shane. The great michael goodwin had some thoughts about that. The pulitzer prize winning columnist. Curtis does as well here on line. Three hey curtis welcome how you doing. Hey mark how you doing good. Good prayers go out to your son. Trevor thank you very much curtis. We all appreciate that our family. Thanks you very very much. I grew up in new york. Mario was the best governor state ever had on. Always talked about him. Said how good he was to the state of new york. But how can he the nipple piercing governor legs so stupid. How can you be so stupid to do that. You're telling it's it's arrogance why you know it's a good question and let's focus on that for a minute. How do these famous people think they can get away with those things. Maybe it's because they always have and they think they always will. But you know i. I don't know. I don't know how famous people get away with what they get away with.

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The CDC Is Confused Again About Mandating Masks or Not

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

The CDC Is Confused Again About Mandating Masks or Not

"The CDC, Pierce confused yet again. First, they said no masks. Then they said masks. Then they said mandate masks. Then they said to masks, and it wasn't found she suggesting three masks. Then there were people in the mainstream media suggesting how many mess can we safely wear? Then we were back to him. You don't need a mask of your vaccinated because the vaccine works. Now we're back to you may need a mask again in addition to the vaccine, especially in certain areas, and then they wonder why nobody trusts science anymore. Folks, Listen, let me just preface this entire thing by saying And crystal Clear, period full stop fashion. I am not anti mask. I'm anti stupid. If you think masks work, Knock yourself out. Where To? Where? Seven. Put one on the back of your head where one has a diaper in case you think that air maybe penetrating your rear end? And you need a mass back there, too? And it may have Corona Vaart. What's that? Think Producer Joe from the podcast sent us this morning that People could expel out of their rear end coronavirus as well. You want to wear it is a diaper. Go right ahead. I live in a constitutional republic. I don't believe that The Mass does a lot for me. I'm very sorry. I choose not to. That's the thing about being free. Oh, my gosh. You're getting in my way. Then Just stay away. Just a what's your problem? What's the issue? If I thought it worked? When was effective then I would Worked very well. Why Because for the 1000th time Practice the Moneyball theory on the show. What's the money? Both Very quick quiz for the audience. The Moneyball theory. If he's a good hitter, why doesn't he hit good? So we practice the money both masks If master working, then why don't mass

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Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93

"Jackie Mason who spiced tea brand of stand up comedy led him to Catskills night clubs west coast talk shows and Broadway stages has died he was ninety three Mason died Saturday at Mount Sinai hospital in Manhattan according to long time friend attorney Raoul Felder he was known for his sharp wit and piercing social commentary often about being Jewish Mason was the son of a rabbi and became one before starting his career as a borscht belt comedian he shot to fame on The Ed Sullivan Show later in life Mason won the second of his two Emmys for playing Krusty the clown's father on the Simpsons when I grew up in IBM cloud the respected member of the community life is not the spring promotion over the years some accused Mason of taking its humor too far but he always defended himself saying he's a comedian Julie Walker New York

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The Best (MM #3758)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

The Best (MM #3758)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in life were often fixated on the best the worst and it's all subjective I've talked before about the best pizza down the best fish sandwich. Even the best seat in the house. A lot of best's I've talked about, but in reality, it's just my opinion. When those cases the opinion of the people who wrote the article, I found on the internet, a recent story from I believe it's C-SPAN wage rates the presidents and of course, everybody's talking about it because where does President Trump fall Abraham? Lincoln is always first in Washington is always 2nd and FDR is always third. I think Pierce is always on the bottom, doesn't matter. It's all subjective. I can tell you the best presidents in my lifetime, at least based on my life, based on how things affected me at the time, being best the tops, it's all subjective, it all doesn't matter. At the end of the day, who's the best basketball player of all time, is a Michael Jordan is. LeBron James what about Wilt, Chamberlain? What about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has Babe Ruth better than Henry, Aaron and baseball. It's all subjective and it all doesn't matter and just something to talk about we quest to be the best. It's only subjective dead.

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The Best (MM #3758)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

The Best (MM #3758)

"The Maison with Kevin nation in life were often fixated on the best the worst and it's all subjective I've talked before about the best pizza down the best fish sandwich. Even the best seat in the house. A lot of best's I've talked about, but in reality, it's just my opinion. When those cases the opinion of the people who wrote the article, I found on the internet, a recent story from I believe it's C-SPAN wage rates the presidents and of course, everybody's talking about it because where does President Trump fall Abraham? Lincoln is always first in Washington is always 2nd and FDR is always third. I think Pierce is always on the bottom, doesn't matter. It's all subjective. I can tell you the best presidents in my lifetime, at least based on my life, based on how things affected me at the time, being best the tops, it's all subjective, it all doesn't matter. At the end of the day, who's the best basketball player of all time, is a Michael Jordan is. LeBron James what about Wilt, Chamberlain? What about Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has Babe Ruth better than Henry, Aaron and baseball. It's all subjective and it all doesn't matter and just something to talk about we quest to be the best. It's only subjective dead.

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What Is a Chelsea Barbie Doll?

The Toy Reviewer

01:51 min | 3 months ago

What Is a Chelsea Barbie Doll?

"What is a chelsea barbie doll. Well chelsea robert which who is also in bari's younger sister which is also on the show Bari life in the dream house. And i think it's still on that flex you if you have not watched the show. You probably shouldn't there. It'll show you Chelsea who is barbie's a little sister fan. Yes so anyways. She replace kelly after two thousand ten g pierce to be about five six years old and a slightly taller than kelly dolls. I produced in two thousand eleven is part of the my fab sisters line. Now what is the difference between barbie and chelsea what chelsea is a is a bari's little sister also chelsea dolls. I actually want myself. And they're much shorter than barbie dolls. And also in the show barbie life in the dream house. Chelsea's hair is blonde. But they they're a bunch of chelsea dolls who have different colored hair. A couple of my chelsea dolls have black hair. Some of them have brown hair. Some of them have blonde hair so it have a lot of different hair colors and they have a lot of different styles to in the show. I think chelsea has like a blonde hair. Like she wears too little ponytails. But i like to remind chelsea adults have the down in a pony tail and two point tails in a braid. So yeah there's a lot of different hairstyles for these chelsea barbie dolls.

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Serial Killing Sex-Crazed Couple: Fred and Rose West

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Serial Killing Sex-Crazed Couple: Fred and Rose West

"And rose. West's headed back day to the realm of true crime for another brutal suck for two decades. Fred and rose where the patriarch matriarch of torture sadism incest and at their horrific british home. Their house at twenty five cromwell street in gloucester was just minutes from a busy shopping center but the layout of the home with a side entrance and little street. Lighting meant fred and rose can sneak in victim after victim almost undetected. Then they would often lead them into the sexual torture chamber. They had created in their cellar. Some victims were detected because they lived at twenty five cromwell street their own daughter. Heather sixteen the time for death would become one of their victims and not the only child of theirs who be murdered. After decades of debauchery cops discovered what will be termed in the press as a house of horrors a few years after heather disappeared. The monsters parents strangled her stopped her cut off her head. Her mutilated corpse was dug up at gloucester home by police who were stunned to find eight other bodies and additional bodies had been buried elsewhere much more well known in the uk than in north america. Just who are these maniacs. Fred west came from a long line of hertfordshire farm. Labourers was born in nineteen forty one in the small village of much marcle. Approximately one hundred and twenty miles west of london to walter and daisy west for it began. Life is a beautiful baby which huge piercing blue eyes and blonde hair. But he wouldn't stay innocent for long. His own childhood may have doomed him. Fred claimed that his father had sex with his sisters and that he lost his own virginity to his mother. He also had sex with his sisters. He grew up in a house of so much incest. Roses early life not much better eerily similar. Rosemary letts was born in november nineteen fifty three in devon england with a less than auspicious heritage. Her father bill. Let's paranoid schizophrenic. Her mom daisy letts suffered from crippling depression as a teenager. Rose showed signs of being sexually precocious walking around family naked after her bath and climbed into bed with her younger brother and molesting him. Why was she so sexual. She was molested for years her father so much incest and her house as well so much physical abuse a sick mirror of fred's own childhood

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Nostradamus: Seer or Schemer?

Conspiracy Theories

01:34 min | 3 months ago

Nostradamus: Seer or Schemer?

"The summer of fifteen fifty nine king henry. The second of france was killed in a tragic accident. Perez was thrown into utter chaos. The king had met his fate during a jousting tournament. Nobles lance pierced his helmet leaving a festering wound. Ten analyzing days later. The king passed away whispers spread throughout the french court. Allegedly the king's death had been prophesied by a themed. Seer michel nostradamus. A few years earlier. He'd written quote. The young shall overcome the old on marshall field in single combat in a golden cage. His eyes will be put out to into one then to guy a cruel death. The evidence seemed undeniable even as the lavish funeral arrangements were made for henry. The name on everyone's lips was nostradamus but secretly someone in france had been buying up copies of nostra dome. Mrs updated book of prophecies once every copy was accounted for. They were piled together and burned. The person behind this covert campaign wasn't one of the sears enemies or competitors was nostradamus himself after successfully predicting king. Henry's death he decided. This edition of his prophecies had to be destroyed because the rest of them were shamefully wrong.

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US Military Guns Keep Vanishing, Some Used in Street Crimes

The Young Turks

02:00 min | 3 months ago

US Military Guns Keep Vanishing, Some Used in Street Crimes

"Associated press investigation has discovered that amidst all the gun violence that we've been facing in this country. The military certainly isn't making matters any better. In fact military in the two thousand early two thousands had essentially lost literally thousands of weapons and oftentimes had no idea that they had lost many of them. So the army couldn't say how it's beretta m nine got to new york's capital and alberta until the june of two thousand eighteen police Until the june two thousand eighteen police foot chase. The army didn't even realize someone had stolen the gun. Inventory records checked by investigators. Said the m nine was six hundred miles away safe inside fort bragg north carolina. So what what's up. What does nine millimeter. Beretta m nine like what's what's up with this gun. Well it turns out. It was actually connected to four shootings in albany my bat in albany new york and so this is actually a widespread problem that has basically gone unnoticed. By the military weaponry being stolen In some cases it's an inside job or low ranking soldiers will know about some vulnerabilities and hey the military's got a lot of weapons. They're not going to notice why not steal them and sell them on the private market now. An associated press investigation has found that. At least one thousand nine hundred. Us military firearms were lost or stolen during the two the the two thousand ten's with some re surfacing in violent crimes because some armed services have suppressed the release of basic information. The associated press actually is under counting underestimating. Just how many of these weapons have gone missing or have been stolen now. While the ap's focus was on firearms and this should concern you. Military explosives also were lost or stolen including armor piercing grenades that ended up in atlanta backyard.

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Google Assistant's Rebecca Nathenson: Come Join the Voice Shortcuts Party

VOICE Global 2021

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Google Assistant's Rebecca Nathenson: Come Join the Voice Shortcuts Party

"Back in twenty sixteen. We first introduced google assistant because we wanted to help people get things done and we knew that letting them just ask for what they wanted in plain language was the best way to do that since then google assistant has grown to be available in over thirty languages ninety countries and on more than one billion devices hundreds of millions of people every month. Use the assistant to get things done on all kinds of surfaces from mobile phones and smart displays. Tv's cars and more my four year old talks to pretty much everything with a screen expecting to answer and our developers are crucial. Part of this growth. The google assistant team can't build every imaginable capability that our users need those hundreds of millions of users have millions of interests the developers just like you can deliver on for my son's favourite games to our families video chats to that perennial favourite in our household. He google tell me you monster trucks story. in fact queries fulfilled by developers. Apps have more than doubled in the past year and we know that this is the wave of the future as the platform grows the variety of queries will grow to and that's where our ecosystem truly shines. Just want a more natural way to get what they need. They want to get more of what they need. In that natural way it's natural in that users can just say what they want natural because it's not tied to a single device or service natural because with the understanding of context. We and you can be smart about how we step in and help users before the even ask for the help today i wanna share the changes and enhancements. We have coming for every place that google assistant pierce from app actions for android developers to conversational action

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Interview With Jenn Pierce, Houston Center ATC

Between Two Wings

02:01 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Jenn Pierce, Houston Center ATC

"Jen. Thank you so much for coming on between to say the. You're absolutely welcome. Thanks for asking me of course always loved to talk to controllers especially outside the cockpit when there is no palm frites going on right easing for me so they can stop egypt. So it's explaining where we're at. Virtually i thought this folks will be very appropriate because it is neither pretending to do your job. At the casa tower. The airfield is actually closed. They are about to start but tells a little about your background. Slow more interesting. So my background is a b seventeen bomber. My grandfather was a b seventeen pilot. More two so. I've always been obsessed with war to history. Because of him and i've been obsessed with aviation because of him Historian how he survived. Be shot down over. Germany on his third bomb mission was a prisoner war for nine months until the end of the war so his perseverance. A how he survived really helped me and a lot of ways and still to this day helped me get an air traffic actually so yes to tell us a little bit about that. Like why did you pick be an air traffic controller. Will i mean. I originally wanted to be a pilot. Told one has to be really good at math. Which i never. I just do the bare minimum in school to get by and math was never a strong subject for me. I'll be honest into. I had looked bredahl to go to school. There in the tuition was raging said. There's no way like. I don't wanna go that much debt just to be a pilot making what most i officers make. You know. it just makes sense to me And i just looked out in an air. Traffic program started in my hometown. And my mom told me about it because she was a high school counselor and had heard about it. And i quit going to my university. I was seven classes away from a bachelor's degree business and i pursued that program

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Meat Producer Ransomware Attack Disrupts Global Production

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 4 months ago

Meat Producer Ransomware Attack Disrupts Global Production

"A ransomware attack on the world's biggest meat processing company is disrupting production worldwide it comes weeks after a similar incident shut down a U. S. oil pipeline and left some people scrambling for gas this time the target was GBS of Brazil which has extensive facilities in the U. S. processing any impacts on supply and the president has directed the administration to determine what we can do to mitigate any impacts White House spokeswoman Corinne John Pierce says the by the administration's talking directly with the Russian government after J. B. S. said the attack came from a group likely based in Russia the company says the hackers affected servers in North America and Australia Sager made Ghani Washington

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"pierce." Discussed on 128 Podcast

128 Podcast

03:14 min | 4 months ago

"pierce." Discussed on 128 Podcast

"And his wife is. He was immensely talented. And it's probably something that everyone already knew. But i really hope he knew it. That's the part that makes me so sad. You know not not obviously not just losing him but also just wanting to make sure that he he knew how valued he was and how Important he was to a lot of people People like pierce. That pushed me to do what i'm doing right now. Is share something that i'm passionate about number one and number two Wanting to talk to people like pierce and wanting to take personal conversations and share them with the world because they were the most interesting part of my life. They're the most fun and leave it with. This is If you're if you're someone who who suffers from anything like this right and that can be depression. can be anxiety if you're listening to this and then you feel in any way like any of this connected to you. Anything that i've said has had some kind of connection talk to somebody literally anybody talk to you a professional talk to family Talk to me happy to listen and and especially in this podcast and people that are celebrities in the world of dance music. Just know and i and for some. This may help you a little bit. Just know that a lot of the people you here on this podcast alone are dealing with the same thing you're dealing with in your mind and you're not alone and i'm not saying it's easy. It's not easy. It is a struggle every single day. But you are absolutely not alone if you've gotten this far thank you for listening I will make sure. I complete my commitment to talk about things like this to our guests and i wish you well. Thanks for listening..

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"pierce." Discussed on 128 Podcast

128 Podcast

03:44 min | 4 months ago

"pierce." Discussed on 128 Podcast

"Excited he was to share his art to share what he put his his soul into. And pierce was a it was a fun quirky guy before that i or maybe a and i'm not even sure if it's the first time i met him but i it was an abc vegas in a moment that sticks out in my mind because it was just so beautiful. I was working style at the time with sirius. Xm and we were. We had a little tent. Little area set up with a little. Rv a kind of where the artists will actually. It was where the artist area is where they have all their camper. Rv you want to call it and trailers that's better import the actual name and and we we were at a really good position because our trailer was set up in a way where we had the trailer and then the tent in front of it and off to the side was just this kind of empty area that gave us a good look at the main stage or one of the main stages at night during c. Vegas when the fireworks go off. We had like a perfect spot where it's nothing else in front of us. We could just kind of sit there and watch and I was just engulfed in it. You know is midnight or one o'clock in the morning or wherever whatever whatever time it was and i was just watching the fireworks in the desert. Heat enjoying the moment and Suddenly someone bumps into my shoulder shoulder to shoulder. And i look over and it's pierce goes. Hey and just turns. It looks at the looks at the fireworks in me and Just was there to enjoy it. He was there to watch the fireworks in me Any and he's a he was a beautiful human. And it's it's it's something that comes up a lot. Not only in this podcast as i talked to other artists. I've been open about my struggles with mental health health in the past with depression. Anxiety and Just because i'm not sure if he would want to be named but There was someone. I worked with Some time ago who who was suffering from the same thing and and any confided in me one day about how he suffered from. This held him back from doing the things he wanted to do to to. Whether is make music or be on the radio. Whatever it was. And i shared with him a sign of open secret right which is that so many people in the world of dance music. Suffer from that. And i've said this so many different times Even on the last episode. I just just recorded with With another artist There's never a sad dan song and you go to. Edc vegas or or eat zoo or any of these festivals. It's a big gathering of thousands of people right and they're all happy they're all dancing. They'll have a good time..

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"pierce." Discussed on 128 Podcast

128 Podcast

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"pierce." Discussed on 128 Podcast

"Hello is tommy west. It's gonna be a little bit different and Likely a little bit more personal than i'm used to. You may be used to listen to this podcast but as As emotions are kind of raw for meat myself. At the moment. I thought it was the best time to tackle it and express it Through medium that. I'm very comfortable with Which is this right here. Talking into a microphone about two weeks ago from the least from the time i'm recording. This pierce fulton passed away. Which just to speak about pierce for just a moment. Was this incredibly talented. Just human being. And the last time. I i him. I was sitting in my My boss slash Close friend a what. Probably one of my closest friends In my life My my geronimo. Who you may know if you listen to sirius. Xm on bpm Which is a whole the story. I'd like to share and other time. Positive story at least but Pierce pierce was there sharing his his new album that he had created. And those are fairly common meetings. We have in the radio industry. Where in artists comes by to visit. Say hello talk about what they're working on. Share some new music. They've produced that. They want to release get some feedback. Maybe was different about pierce. Was you know he. He sat there not at the edge of his seat waiting for us to tell him what we thought. He was sitting on a bench with his legs crossed and excited for us to hear it. He was confident that or maybe it wasn't even confidence. Maybe was just excitement to share what he created. And and i love pierce for that right every every time. I got a chance to To talk to him or hear his music or what he's working on what would always struck me was.

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"pierce." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"pierce." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"I perceive regimen. Tired like yeah. That's the one like people say you have any regrets from your career to only regret a. Have is missing out on like say like my kids. I stepped whatever I learn teaching like when I'm gone Kenneth Starr walking like you know that's missing family stuff. Your House live you go. You know. It's now we can control but you know we put food on the table. We help them like a lot of family members. Know with alternative could be here and he's very aware that so we're going to get this this brand going on to talk about how. I feel like you know what I'm saying like. Oh let's here. We poop different levels would ever had jersey retired. Like for you to how your Jersey retired for the Boston. Celtics like that. I you know what I'm saying. First of all is rare for any NBA player to get they. Jersey retired foot by any organization. Hear me but for you to get Joe Jersey to go up in the legendary Boston Garden the names and the in legends. That has gone up that we'll talk about how much that means. Especially coming from the host start going full circle you not even wanting the Bedia Lakers fan. And now it's like that gave me chills man when he called me summer when we groesbeck called me. He's like we WANNA retire. Jersey February. I was like already I was like you know. This is something that drama. You know you go up there. You CAN'T HELP. But look at all these damn banners visitors off. These damn numbers. Retire you know. I know everybody number up there in the player that go it. And I'm like Sh- I is on that from day. One though like I was like shoo. I want my number of here. Is it a like no other place? You know what I'm saying different different Boston and I remember my speech and is like if I said this is what I said in my speech when they were tired. I'll say if I never make the hall of Fame Me Get my jersey. Retired in Boston is good enough. That's that's that's that's good enough for me. So which will transition tug light you know? We all basically media now doing that. Like how is dead? Gone for you in. What made you WANNA do that? You know what? I didn't even know I was going to be doing it here. You know what I'm saying but like so like my last year with the clippers. I work the finals so I was guest on a whole finance is like doing this. This is cool and so after I retired it was like ours asks. Do I want to join the team and I was like because I'm looking at it like shoe. I ain't doing nothing but everything I used to do in the locker role. We won't like bike for me. It was like I do this every single day at home. What is just which we think? And we talked the game different than the average person so even him even though he's not personally like on TV. Doing we tell you what man doing bad like. You understand why we're breaking down plays and all of that second. I'll see we run. This fade I'll see I. We do this every day on a bus. The locker room language the terms the terminology from one team to the next to play calling all of that all comes second nature and I was like so. Y'All gonna tire me to come out here and do some really always do a day that we could not make work I was about to say is not many players I I know the. Don't watch the game but we'd be surprised this new generation. They'll get to the hotel and won't turn on the Games video game and I'm not saying I'm a game. I play okay and I'll let but always watched these names. That not a Gamer. Dinner Washes game or somewhere. They don't watch the game. I'm not speaking for everybody. There's a good selection. I spent time I worked for. This is and I've been around different groups and it's like I'm looking like watching the game night. This generates to me and I don't want to sound like a hater but I feel like they do more for. They don't play for the passionate. A competitive drive is more for the brand for the cloud and cloud and the bread you know it was like if I just go home and I work hard brand whatever. We came in plants trying to get everybody respect. Man We get enough to play with best in life for me. That's what I love about US having this like you know what I'm saying I feel like the only reason we have you come. We can have Kobe. We have welcome because we weren't all stars of superstar. But but you guys knew there every night like you said we had. We had we had and you know where you would. We had to get our wrestler show. That's not like you like. That's why I can go to sleep. Always your Internet shows and you know what I'm saying when I'm speaking. I'm just literally speaking on opinion. I know hey for nobody I even Lebron like the people who hate on the mom. I hate on my we venture into the Kobe and Michael Jordan conversation for me. So let's say certain things about the May not be favorable for him but that don't mean the he's not Barna one of the top game. He doing stuff that nobody ain't seen he's unbelievable but it's just different. We talked about nothing too but my thing is that we can mean d considered cross from you. Kobe even Lebron 'cause I played against him and he to a man he noted almost show up and I'm not the caliber players where damage you go to war in anything but the notices went to tonight and I'm like you know what I'm saying to me that's my that's my trophy when I see and I know that I got their respect from my peers. What if they were top level level I relate in an I got their respect from because you and I know it's some hall of famous and Superstars did don't get that same level respect because they weren't winning in a certain way they weren't built that way I get my respect? I was built that way. Even no matter what level somebody wanted to bring it on wooded and they all knew it. You Ain't saying that a lot nowadays. That's what I'd say..

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"pierce." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"pierce." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"So you had a big baby had some say what? The biggest unsigned my guy. Powles poll I get it out. Oh my God both big rally. Doing one of the big glue guys to ever help you win a championship. Real the way Pos- play created the way Tony Allen became You know like how how Tony Allen became more lies just like I got hit his side and I got a really Laka pose more of a jumper but Tony just grinding. He brought his one the dopamine nicknames in NBA. History is the truth. Greg nickname. Oh I feel like if fits you perfectly. Yeah like man. What does it mean for the world? Call you the truth and I mean I think the first part about is who gave it to me you know. Shot gave me the nickname. Slidell this coming from Shat Prime Saxon. Like dude is on the truth. You know what I'm saying. They just stuck at the plan. Yeah I like I like game on my piece of sound. Watch Paul Pearson's control. He said it just like a big article in Boston the next day the truth. Who when they're just on a stuck so I was like shoo. That's that point. At that point I felt like all right I arrive nickname then and now. I'm here people calling me that online. Okay that's respect. That's when you win to and everything Oscar take away online nickname. There you die you get a nickname cash. But that's the thing about today and I'll tell people today they call they have. No more nicknames. Has Gone is the real genuine dope. Hainault like I mean. I'm looking at all the nice players who who got the outside and you got a King James who was Kevin Durant's Nick Man. Everybody says Donna Spider. He got a cool spider Mitchell. Eight nine but they had a right like I see in shoes. You're going to be named the shoes. After a the answers the answers he said his team. Max I WANNA I wanNA talk about your gang. 'cause I play small full and then I was messed up with you a lot. Like you'll step back step back was I. I never paid attention to nobody doing stuff back into. I'm played against you because that was like a patent move. All if I get this step back off this year. There's always like I'm playing in Portland. I was playing when I was playing. You good I had a good game and Rubin at the end again it was like. Nah I WANNA get him a Russo ruined. He came and got you right. And I'm going to other guy and I can basically just tell them everything that you do. You still back in my step back. Where did you get there from what? What made you get so comfortable with the step back. Move now you know. It was just something I worked on. I can't really say where I really got it maybe you know since. I was at fastest guy and I like our strong so if I get you on my side but I would just like shoe I really pattern relieve my game like jeff stuff fan and I and I did it one day and I remember early. I believe I did it in My first year and I was working on it and I was. I was a move right here because I saw how much space it created. Is You know learning the we always talk about space create space and I was like amen create more space than this. I'm getting this much rule to get jumper off and so I just worked on going left going left going right going back and I did it every day every day. I had a little ball. Come at Gardner's boom boom doing every day before practice and I was like man this is lethal right. He like Yo. Spill Beck was so good. I rather sent you to Yo. Yo Right did didn't let you go. I rather say you right. And let's use that even though you can step back right to but I want to go laughing. Step that you on to go left or step back and then I wanNA talk about this. I'm a darker you up. Bodies Sleep body they added. I seen you on the jumper son and they was trying to act like that. You didn't like you wouldn't want to read like yours to like watching it like first of all. That's real talk like I want to say. Go look at the tape. They buy their latest. Was doing this doing well like and with guns because they tried to that. This generation already saw late me like when I was leading early. Your shoes all the dog. She dumped all dumped on. Who's one of us like man? That's my favorite one probably say zo pretty good. One Time.

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"pierce." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"pierce." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Beach you bleed green all onto people. It is thirty dollars man. Always come back so you raise on. Wando lying when I went to that training camp about the one championship now. He's Huben before training camp started and I'm looking at Rondo. And just how much of a court leader? He was He plays like he clicked specially like after that championship years. Like he really became calling my homeboys back now. Rondo top five point boards. I'm telling you this ain't a flu. He doing this every year. Now Clarence will be the mentality. Rondo what you're thinking about Rondo. I the he took on our personality too because I know Cagey really ticked. Rondo under his wing really then after we want. He just turned into a monster. He's four twenty assists nights fifteen rebounds. Come why do we had to give them the keys and it was like we was. Oh Jesus oh Jesus show this Arshat dislike. We gotta get his house. Had some of these games he running you do too much. We can't hate on you go. You know what I'm saying. We we got here here. I'll go do you give them the keys. Dot Game The keys and he just turned into a monster by he was putting up. Numbers that you only seen video games from point guard. Time on. Eighteen points. Eighteen rebounds like Twentieth SIS my day for real life you'll see them numbers from a point guard wasn't seeing them from point guards in two thousand not especially with the rebounds and even the eighteen thousand nine hundred ninety six. It was crazy it was crazy. I just I wish we could have got three championships. Runs out of the Lakers three years and we could have seen up near artery. Six year outgoing. But you know things. I'm full reason. We OUGHT TO GO RYAN. You know when we came together we was like we want to get too out of this. That was our goal even talks about. We could squeeze too out of this we. That's what our goal you know and I liked yacht like the pieces that are complementing the PJ Brown's the Tony Islands the llandough..

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"pierce." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"pierce." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Every time we play because they don't get the ball out and throw it ahead and I was like a it was like a track meet which Pushing Jones every Steve Hunter running. Fast these run like the wind. Try I know. Yeah didn't get over the Hump but when I got traded knives you by yourself all like I think like two years or something like that. Who heard then superman but still you know. We went to his final wheels building. Yeah Okay not far from a championship but then after that conference finals appearance regressed we started losing players. Then he tried to turn. We went into a whole rebuilding. Hold on what's going on so that won't hurt when we lost when we tried to talk. I couldn't even lie. Then you know you go through sorrow years of losing. You Ain't never really lost in your career but then you get a tray for reality you that summer and the hype around you know as NBA players matter. We all shit limos with the crown. Now we gotta look look we. We've heard the trade together and I ain't gonNA I'll remember a lot and they're mir him this do right here. We have our battles. I don't even know like we don't even wash it. Came from my. We put our team together. Hiring remember a quote from him. Hey once she yeah or some because everybody was on auto cover the magazines from Q. Once she yet like this right here he's always saw it gay They gave out a crime but it was well deserved which are put together perfect and you get a wildcard in. Rondo ending you. Get all these young guys willing to listen to everything. Y'All in duck say so it was like yeah it changed. You know how you know how we said players and we sit at home during the off season. And then it'd be that one trade or their trade is changed. We were looking at the legs and all all of a sudden now we got to pay attention to the and we all Celtics Miami Heat or whoever it is you know and everybody urged antennas go when you see this so which I it definitely did you know everybody. Who's GonNa give out your best shot but that was symbolic of what I era was to move. You know what I'm saying it's different. We weren't GonNa sit back and just listen like all right outlet for the next day and so it's like every single interview they come in they talking about every day like man. Listen gone on with that. Say like that was the difference of how we were. We were agitated about it and say some shit like that's just how we were we competitive and we weren't ago. We weren't that generation. That's not not gonNA generate because I'm a fan of everything as long as best while I'm a fan but I was saying today like I wish that I went through my career like I never would have took to pick on the court. They do but I wish I got a lot of dues jerseys I never would have stood up there and you know did all that but like I definitely way too competitive not nice along with dancers a young disposition and now it's more like I can't hate against it though now but because like what I do love about this generation they are boys and they work out which is cool but they do business together to not. I wish that we was more. Business is what I'm saying. That's what I like about. This generation will lose. Somebody found a secret say loan and they set the narrative. You know what I'm saying. But they got allowed like this era got more of a voice. Tudo social media. They don't give a damn like it's more people demanding trae you know. We demand that it was going to be like. Oh Outcast City Hall article like now you can control. You can control you but you know back then. It was play basketball. We played to play basketball. So you can't do nothing outside. We don't want you to do a movie or TV. Show too many commercials out all that means you you doing commercials every day. You're not working on your game. You Get Casey. I heard energy and training count from from China. Campbell way to host season was different. And I know you going from the battles with Taiwan and then you had a couple of losing seasons and then you get this trade on a summit in this train account. Coast like doc zero. Would you intense thing? I have been a part of united around Cagey but at this we go to Rome. I'm talking about is the loudest practice is to hardest practice and he set the bar every day. Because you know when you out there by yourself I'm the lone stars like you know like outside of twine. Never been around other layers looking now. He works. I'm looking at his intensity and now is picking me up and now. I'm doing more now Mike now my mentality to another room. You know I'm looking at this. Every day I'm seeing array work ticket work and I'm like I'm trying to try to match do better but we we constantly doing it to each other so now pushing us to be even better by K G. Get there like eight. Am seven thirty then. The next day he get their seven and beaten. I'm eating like that's I was but it made us better. That's the one thing cagey like throughout the whole time since I got league and when I first got to play against them and see like always like you gotta be spun. Life physically spun out the every time because he'd be society whole intense. This like broiler. You play he faking right now. This is this you can watch the psalm. Fourteen he'd be like a high video he would just talk. I would like to go run through talking. That's what I used to be sitting there looking at how fuel to be around that every single day that see this is how measure greats. You know what I'm saying so light you got the great players throughout history and they probably one but how do you influence? Shell teammates right. You know that's a big factor me when I look at great players. Like how did you make them better? You know you could just be great on your own like there's a lot of great players on their own but like how do you motivate the other guys just everyday? I knew I had to be ready mentally. Ill No bullshit but I won't it that I was like now. I'm imposition. I got a chance to win. You know what I'm saying all these other bullshit us. I'm like am done. What they are even WanNa be around this no more and then we bring in Cagey but that that was an honor to just that every day you know a lot of players you know you had a chance to be. Y'All had a chance to be around some grace and you see how different it was like. It's an honor and I wish every player in the NBA have a chance. Because it's not everybody in a great Chann- great thing. You may get a chance to play with a brown or a Kobe or you know like to really see it first hand and to watch it every day influence everybody on and off the court and say I was like a shared it whittle that was honored straight on Jonathan. That's how I feel about Steve Nash. Br because it was like that I only play with him for that one year but for me. That was my like you say that was my first time planning. He was. Mvp my first time and just just his presence and what he meant everywhere we win. It was like Pam like these people love my first time being around like. Oh you for real a superstar. They WanNa Championship. Y'All go no go to Lebron or go to our let you play against. The Los Angeles Lakers childhood as you grew up loving and Washington. Like you gotta play the Lakers. How did that moment field and you know after you want what she felt about? That was a dream. Come true like straight up like even though like growing up. I wanted to be a Laker. But I'm not a Laker now. I'm on the Celtics. I'm playing the Lakers and the championships like how. How ironic is this out here from? La Inglewood play in Boston going to the championship versus the Lakers. Storybook FOR ME. It was just like man. I couldn't ask for a better script now. I'm a part of history. Just matching up with them in the final. This is what got me into basketball. Watching the Lakers watching this rivalry watching magic. Magic was my favorite player. So now I'm a part of this this lure and a beat them it was just like man thousand I could dream come true and get the MVP versus Koby like that was like man. You know what I did. We won. We all go to Vegas kick it so. I got the MVP trophy. I come back to La. I live out here man. I go to Qatar right there. Salcedo put the MVP trophies out on the table outside. Boom I fifteen boys. Drake's everybody.

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"pierce." Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"pierce." Discussed on Revision Path

"The guy who did like this kind of interactive side scrolling Pixel Art gain about is Tokyo or is Japan cool any kind of gave this history of Japan and I think like talking about Nintendo in that kind of stuff is interesting. Interactive side scrolling. Experience can't remember the name of its killing me but it just got me thinking what a cool educational way to talk about something and make it engaging to and I don't know I like the idea of making an interactive game in in getting deeper into that amount of developer myself. At least four foremost I know enough development to be a very dangerous. That'd be something for me to explore. We're getting more into deeper into the interactive space. What is it that inspires you these days? How do you keep that that creative spark going for me? It's it's just like I learned a long time ago that you know not to get invested in my work so much that my identities wrapped up but my job because I think once you start doing that it's easy to get burnt out or get depressed about like certain things or not that I'm saying you shouldn't get any fulfillment the film out of your job. But I think it's really important for you to try and discover personal interest outside of that you know and for me I what inspires me in. It sounds once again like simple but I just like going on the Internet and just look in a cool shit. I I like looking at sidebar. A Bar I like it a of inspiration blogs but then I also kind of like think about what are ways for me to explore something in ticket back into my my work at the office you know. I like to explore different technologies. I like to do you know in my personal life. What actually inspires me is I? I love to read actually I I love reading science fiction I love reading novels amateur in a book club. It's so I'm in a book club in people are going to like okay. That's all right. Wow that's fancy that's the way I know we we meet at a bar in we. We talked about our book. Were having the bag before we actually start talking about the book but you know I think think for me. It's just kind of helped me expose myself out in. The designer. Was His name Tobias. Man Schneider thank you. Know the guy behind simplest and use the Spa Remember him saying Mike how he gets his inspiration from people outside of the industry and how little talks to people in the design industry. I mean I don't no no if I go that far but like you know I think it is useful to kind of live outside your bubble and just like you know sometimes like taking a step away from screen and I'm very technology technology focus. I'm not saying like put down your phones like Aurora. I'm saying just like find things that you enjoy and have fun with and I think you can learn how to connect those things together for for instance. I did a thing a few years ago in one of my act. She thinks my case studies. But like I did. This thing called we luncheon bro. which is like just Asto in Office term gray like where we going for lunch man like where we don't like my old. He he made his word document of just like lunches lunch spots restaurants in the area that kind of thing and I thought okay this is this is interesting. So how can I take that. Make something a little bit more accessible and interactive for people to Kinda help make better decisions during lunch in I. I kind of did that on my own time for the office. I made it a thing made it a little mobile mobile website and kind of fun to to kind of do that but I. It's just like one of those things were. I'm taking something from another part of my life in in kind kind of seeing. How can I apply my own personal skill sets to kind of enhance the experience for me? So that's kind of where I come from like. How do I find inspiration? Yeah I kind of just have my passions and interests and hobbies. I kind of think about. How can I inject that into my own kind of creative mind you a little bit? Yeah so what does success look like for you at this point in your career success you know I think success looks like I'm working on stuff I want to work on. I think success for me is I think having good synergy with your team I think for me. I think it's about man. That's a tough question. I think success. I'm still trying to figure that out myself but like I I would say I love where I'm at right now. In terms of my team I think success is like me to learn and I think this is one of the things. Tell people on my team all the time which is like especially in our industry in our field like interactive work. You always have to be learning. You always have to stay on top of things and I just have that passion around like just just making sure that I am moving ahead and success to me. Looks like I always have something on the horizon. I always am looking afford to the future. I'm always like I have something that is fulfilling Mike Creative passions and desires and you know people might recognize that maybe they don't I would guess success would be that people do recognize it. I guess maybe formally or informally or whatever but for me. I think this is a long time ago. I said this for me. Success is like me making something that people get a use or enjoy joy out of like was that functionally whether that's an APP or product or tool like making products that outlive me would be great but obviously as we talked about sometimes especially interactive design can be ephemeral. End Isn't last forever but I think making things that serve a purpose or function in. I want to kind of make things that are experiences that people enjoy in. Yeah that's where I would leave it at you know. I think just just getting some sort of satisfaction out of people utilizing whatever I make to serve their goals or needs. Yeah well you know. It's twenty only twenty. It's it's like the future now which is so wild about but like where do you see yourself in the next five years in twenty twenty-five what will well Alex Pearce be working on. What do you want to be working on? Maybe I'm designing a website for I hover board at right now. Currently an associate she creative director in. I love where I'm at right now. I love the mentorship and guidance as well as still being hands on I think five years I think still doing both those things. Thanks maybe at a higher scale hopefully at a higher scale or larger level. I think my goals are just continuing to just do Co. work it just remember that for me like where so lucky to kind of do the work that we do. You know a lot of people for them in e kind of WanNa make sure that I want to be clear about this. A lot of people like their job is not like their career or their their their first passionately. Sometimes a job is just a job and like everything outside of that. That's what they go to work to earn money to to to live their life and that's perfectly fine and that's that's great and for me like we're lucky because we get to take our passions and are are creative thinking we go to work and we get to express that Atwood and I used to joke like you know not a lot of people can go to work and their job is to kind of like just stick around on the Internet. You know like like my brother other. He's like a super genius. My brother he's like has three degrees in he's a VP over like he's actually in Atlanta actually he's a VP over at city. And and he's like a math genius. Math nerd A math whiz athlete in high school. Oh Hey congrats for him. He's he's he. He tried to explain to me his job. Once and I it just kind of flew over my head you know. I'm I got a lot of good grades in college but like math was not one of those classes on got great greats in unlike you which you're apparently a creative genius Zana matching go that far but I'm just I'm grateful for working on stuff that you know a lot of people. I WanNa make sure that people don't take that for granted especially if there's like a takeaway from this says that don't take what you're doing so search some people like Were doing work. That's going to change the world or you know I mean there's certain designed does have a very important an impact on people's lives and I think that's one of my goals to have my design work impact people's lives and positive in meaningful impactful way. But you know I think at the same time. Sometimes he just wanted me people smile. You know sometimes you want to just entertain people. Sometimes you just wanting to have fun I kinda did. That's kind of what I do. My portfolio said that was kind of a goal will. It's not for everybody but like I made something that you know and I remember one comment from a designer on twitter. He was just like thank you for making personal sites fun again in and and you know granted There certain flaws with the site. I think for overall maybe architecture standpoint but like I think the goal from e was just to kind of experiment airman half Feinman and do stuff and I want to be able to do that I think I think that's something I want people to remember. Just like we're really lucky just this half fine. Don't take yourself so seriously so just to kind of wrap things up here Alex. Where can our audience find out more about you and about your work on line they can go to my personal site and the Geek designer dot com? I'm on instagram quite a bit. It's at Alex. Jamal Pierce altogether altogether lower case. Obviously in I am also on pinterest strangely enough so if you WANNA see some random recipes that I like go on Pinterest you're not saying I think it's Jamal Pierce Pinterest. Something like that. If you see a guy a black guy's face and I have glasses beards. Probably me so. Yeah then I also still so have my black in history. Tumbler up going. It's been a little lapsed since I put an entries in So I need to get back into the flow of things for that but if you WANNA check that out there is that to you but otherwise. I'll be at home trying to finish the Irishman. Pray for me. I probably won't. I'm probably going to watch that. Six UNDERGRAD movie. That just dropped by Michael Bay so while we can binge watch a whole series of a show but then like a three and a half hour movie is too long and Dan you know in in that avengers endgame movie so I can sit through a long movie but you gotTa give me something man gotta be something all right. Well Alex Pierce. I want to thank you so much for coming on the show I mean well I I think thank you for. I guess it's coming back back on revisit path before you've been on here before seven years ago which is wild thing. I've been doing this now for seven years my God thus be an og. Yeah well. I think my good to see not only your your your growth as a designer and really your growth in your career but it also to see how uniquely approach projects. I guess you were talking about brand. CENTRIC design centric design. You know I think it's that level of of intelligence abouts the field and about the work that more people need to see I think just from in general yeah. Hopefully that will inspire more people. People don't want to get involved and you know even some small way you know like you said before you want people to not take themselves seriously but I think it's important to show that there are folks that are in this industry that you can bring that level of play to their work but on so be very serious and smart about it too so they so much for coming on on the show I appreciate it. Thank you glad to be back. Big.

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"pierce." Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

10:58 min | 1 year ago

"pierce." Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"In April eighteen fifty two. Franklin Pierce is friends in New Hampshire wrote to him imploring him to stand as a nominee. Pierce was a doe. Oh face a northern man with southern principles. He saw abolition ISM as an existential threat to the Union for many Democrats. This made pierce an ideal candidate in April newspaper editor. Edmund Burke offered up a winning strategy. Keep Pierce's name off the ballot. Let the front runners attack and weaken each other and then when the Mona's right make their move. Pierce responded if you and my other discreet friends think that the pride of our state the success of our cause can be observed by the use of my my name. The judge for me. In view of all the circumstances pierce was in but he told no one not even his wife Jane. The Democratic National Convention you mentioned began on Wednesday June first eighteen fifty two in Baltimore three days and thirty three ballots later. No one was close to the required. two-thirds majority the convention was at a stalemate on the thirty fourth ballot. The friends of peers made their move and threw his name into the ring. There darkhorse strategy worked. I Virginia defected. Then New Hampshire and Maine by the forty ninth valid. Pierce had two hundred two votes. The rest of the candidates had a combined total of five five. Jane was despondent at her husband's victory during the Convention Pearson. His wife had traveled to Boston on our leisurely carriage ride. A horseback rider brought Pierce Word From Baltimore. He had won the nomination. Upon hearing the news the story goes. Jane fainted on the spot. Pierce pledged himself to Appro compromise platform. And when the party's frontrunners Buchanan cast Douglas and Marcy threw their support behind pierce the rest of the party followed suit. Northern Northern and southern Democrats alike rallied around Pearce with a brand new campaign slogan we put you in eighteen forty four we shall pierce you in eighteen fifty. Two as the Democrats came together. The whigs were on the verge of falling apart. The Whig National Convention was also held in Baltimore on June sixteenth. The weather was hot. Humid Humid and dreary reaching into the nineties. Thousands of spectators flooded into the hall to watch the drama unfold. A large banner hung above the stage. Liberty and union and now and forever one and inseparable another banner. Read the Union. The whigs for the sake of the Union and for a while union seemed possible. Two days into into the Convention feel more scored a massive victory when the whigs vindicated his administration and adopted a pro compromise platform but the first ballot revealed a divided party fillmore and Scott had just over one hundred thirty votes. Each webster had twenty-nine feel more cared about the compromise. Not The nomination. He had sent a delegate. I'll get named George Babcock to Baltimore with instructions. The letter and Babcock's pocket read present to the presiding officer of the convention. Whenever you deem it proper the enclosed letter her withdrawing my name in the letter Phil Morass Babcock not to suffer his name to be dragged into a contest for a nomination which I've never sought but babcock adcock ignored? Fill Moore's instructions and feel Moore's name remained on the ballot till the bitter end during the convention. Daniel Webster was in despair his decades a public service. It only garnered him a handful of votes. His pride was wounded but webster also knew that if he withdrew his delegates would decide the winner days as into the convention he accepted the inevitability of defeat and wrote to President Fillmore. I have sent a communication to Baltimore this morning to have an an put to the pending controversy. I think it most probable you will be nominated before one o'clock fillmore replied. I'd intimated to my friends strong desire to have my name withdrawn. Your communication indication may be too late. Fillmore was right webster was wrong. His supporters did not back the president. They backed General Winfield Scott on the fifty third ballot. Scotch secured the whig nomination with Secretary of the Navy. William Graham has his running mate when webster heard the news. His reply was how would this look to history but most in the present were asking how it will look to the word party unlike the Democrats after their convention the whigs fractured into pieces. Uses five separate. Third parties ran candidates of their own. Most stealing chunks of the whig vote in August. The Anti Compromise Free Soil Party nominated New Hampshire. After Senator John Parker Hale also in August. The Union Party nominated Daniel Webster. Webster received a second nation to from the so-called know nothing party an anti immigrant anti Catholic nativist faction on August twenty fifth the Southern Rights Party a radical pro slavery faction held a convention in Montgomery Alabama and nominated Georgia Senator George Troup and in September of eighteen. Fifty to the Liberty Party largely made up of abolitionists held a convention engine in Syracuse Nominated Reform William Goodell of New York in the election of eighteen. Fifty to the Whig Democrat platforms were largely indistinguishable. Both were pro compromise and both offered a similar economic agenda in the end it came down to a question of party unity. The Democrats had the wigs. Did Not in eighteen fifty two pierce delivered. Scott the most crushing electoral defeat of any whig nominee in American history. Scott carried only four states in a meager twenty seven electoral votes save for the Liberty Parties. John Parker Hale who earned a tiny fraction of the popular vote. None of the third party candidates security security single electoral vote though pierce handedly won the election with two hundred fifty four electoral votes. His victory would be bittersweet before he was sworn in as America's fourteenth president tragedy struck at the core of Washington and at the heart the Pierce family. It's January eighteen. Fifty three just outside. Andover New Hampshire president elect Franklin Pierce in a train car next to his wife Jane his eleven year old old son. Benny sits on the bench behind them. Benny Stares out the window. A sad expression over his face timidly leans forward and asks his father. How much longer broglie about a mile outside of Anger Concord? His still aways away. How much longer patient spending? So short-run won't be long now. The pierces persist train is bound for Concord. New Hampshire a returning from Boston where they attended the funeral of Jane's Uncle Amos Lawrence. The boy is despondent over. Amos's death pierce turns back to join your claims cared for you very much. You know that don't you. Beni turned away and stares out the window peers can tell the boys hurting reading but he doesn't know what to say. Jane Nudges Pierce sent him a stern but silent message say something pure sits beside his son and does his best to comfortable. Do you like the train. I've always liked the train. They plenty of trains in Washington at the word Washington any recoils pierce starts to console him. Benny but he stops himself. Short chain clears her throat. Pierce decides to give it another try. You'll like it in Washington many. It's nice there you'll make plenty of new friends. I have no doubt is as good a place as any. You'll see pierce tussles. His son's hair goes back to sit with Jane who takes his hand in hers as the train roars down the track. Pierce can't stop thinking about a letter chain recently. showed him a letter. Benny road before the election. Pierce Pierce can't get Benny's words out of his head he wrote to his mother. I hope he will not be elected for. I should not like to be at Washington and I know you would not either. But Benny's view you on Washington will never be known. Their train never makes its destination just just over a mile. Outside of the Andover Station. Pierces train derailed and tumbled down a twenty foot embankment peers. who was sitting next to? Jane was badly bruised but he and his wife survived the crash as did all the rest of the passengers. There was only one fatality Benny. He was nearly decapitated right in in front of his parents is distraught. Chain did not attend Benny's funeral nor did she attend Pierce's inauguration. She blamed politics for Benny's death believing leaving God was punishing her husband at his inauguration. Pierce refused to places hand on the Bible leaving. God had cursed him for his past sins for the rest asked of his life peers would drown his sorrows and alcohol ultimately succumbing to liver failure years later for Washington. The election of eighteen fifty two was surrounded by. Yeah Tragedy On June twenty-ninth wink founder Henry. Clay had died a few months later in October. Daniel Webster passes well. It might be said that the passing assing of clay and webster marked the symbolic end of the whig party. You brought the death of what was often called the second two party system. The eighteen fifty to contest was the last last presidential election in which the whigs were true national force and in the run-up to the eighteen fifty six contests Franklin Pierce and the Democrats would have to contend with another political party. A new party that would rise to almost immediate national prominence a party that would put nineteen of next twenty nine president in the White House in eighteen fifty six for the first time the Democrats would face off against the Republicans on the next episode of Ricki gain the election of eighteen fifty six after sectional tensions. Take a violent turn. Democrats abandoned Franklin Pierce and prepare to pick James Buchanan against John Fremont the I ever candidate of the newly formed Republican Party. Don't miss a single week of our march from seventeen eighty nine twenty twenty. Hit the subscribe button in your podcast APP APP now. This show is supported by you. Our listeners please give us a rain leaving view the single best way to help the show growth is to tell others share with your friends and family when we find us on social media. Wicky game pod. I'm at Lindsey. Graham nother way to support this show is to to wicked game. PODCAST DOT COM members. 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"pierce." Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

American Elections: Wicked Game

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"pierce." Discussed on American Elections: Wicked Game

"Life in spite of their differences pierce and Jane had married in November of eighteen thirty four their life together would be marred by tragedy they had lost two sons wanted wanted infancy the other at the age of four. Jane constantly plagued by illness in grief had spent most of her time in New Hampshire while Pierce was serving in Washington I the House of Representatives and later in the Senate. Jan's hatred of politics deepened. When in February eighteen thirty eight pierce have been caught up in a duel between two Congressmen Congressman on February twenty fourth? Eighteen Thirty Eight Kentucky Congressman William Graves and shot and killed main congressman. Jonathan Silence Pierce had been publicly accused Hughes of Goading Silje into the dual Gilman Pearson. Once again turned to the bottle and Jane had reached her wits end she had written a relative. Oh how I wish. He was out of political life. How much better it would be for him on? Every Account Peterson gotten the message in late February of eighteen forty to a full year before the end of his term Pearson. You're said resigned. His congressional seat spend more time with Jane and their third child. A newborn son named Benny Pierced. Promise Jane that he would stay out of politics and focus his time and energy on their family but by April of eighteen fifty. Two appears was again feeling the pull of Washington in the run-up to the election. Pierce would break his promise to his wife and step back into the political spotlight. The cost to pierce and his family would be tremendous results..

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"pierce." Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"pierce." Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

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"pierce." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"pierce." Discussed on WJR 760

"With Warren Pierce Rachel Nevadas in for our producer Danielle we got them Mike in here having a great time filling you in on the things you need to know especially about the dream cruise events in sports I should update you on that because the Tigers began their ten game road swing last night in Tampa Bay and guess what they look like a baseball team not making major and minor mistakes getting key hits a was Danielle Norris who started the game and he went just three innings by the way and gave up a one hit no run struck out three not bad at all after fifty one pitches and then they bring in drew Verhagen from the bullpen he did well as well and the Tigers meanwhile we're getting up a run to take the lead in the top of the fourth which we call it an insurance run in the top of the eighth they had Joe Jimenez come in and pitch the ninth and the the Tampa Bay team had the winning run at the plate that struck out the last batter so the tiger shot out Tampa Bay and that's the first shutout since what made twenty eight I want to say against Baltimore to nothing win in Ron Gardenhire the question you you've pulled Norris so was it because of the problems he's been having with I don't know the the blisters on his finger the scene here has the nerve endings you know sort of innings limits and is about seven now seven more starts and we probably going to see the three four innings Max for owning and you know hopefully get through his finger was fine tonight but I think if you press a little bit further it wouldn't be fine you did good he did really good we'll knowing get out there and stay safe stay but which is which is it thank you just a really good arm and you know he's part of our future and to bargain did really well not no doubt about it Daniel north let me bring you in here how are you feeling and obviously as you heard there from your manager that was the plan to limit the number of innings you pitch the last night and in the future I'm in yeah supplying go forward so I'm obviously on board I would love to keep going I feel feel good body wise but obviously I understand all that so it's ordered on those children and I fell on phone put you know didn't show the blister too much so I can kind of put that behind me on and I was able through much into today which I wasn't last week so yeah so so good you know concern feel feel good again not bad at all a good looking wind last night they'll play again at six ten on Fox Sports Detroit network the lions will kick off down in Houston AT eight here on W. J. R. and they've been working like they did with the New England Patriots when they were here and Allan park and Ford field they've been down there practicing with them and running back carry on Johnson I don't know if you're used to the heater but it had to be steamy working with them leading up to tonight's game I've.

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"pierce." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"pierce." Discussed on WJR 760

"The Warren Pierce show on WJR. Please welcome the wickedly talented one and only. And off we go right through till eight o'clock for Sunday in the month of March. We're getting through the first weekend as well. And between now and eight o'clock, we will fill your ears and is nothing for the mouths this morning. If you weren't with us twenty four hours ago, we were celebrating fat Tuesday with the new Martha Washington bakery. All the punch keys, we could eat here and all through the course of the day as well. But make sure you order early because they line up around the block. There's only two bakeries left there. I know they're they're serving at various supermarkets and other locations other bakeries, but you want the authentic from Hamtramck there on Joseph Campo and Kennedy y'all keep that in mind as you plan out your activities between now and Tuesday for all the celebrating that'll be going on in the food. You'll be consuming the weight you'll be gaining. So anyway between the next hour and forty nine minutes will want you not only to have your ears perked up at your is looking at the Warren Pierce show Facebook page because we post all sorts of things that coincide with what we're talking about. So it kind of broadens your horizons are the guests that we'll be meeting between now and eight o'clock, like an interesting felon. Everybody knows about the diary 'em Frank either read it in school or you've heard about it. You saw the movie, and he's he's he's been six years researching a question what would have happened if and Frank had not died in Concentra. What if you've gone onto lip? So we've got him coming up. Plus, we've got our monthly meeting with our Republican. And democrat, no matter what your political persuasion is we'd like to present both sides, and you listen to both sides. So we've got the Iraqi reskowski with us and there so last week was an incredible Newsweek probably for an entire presidency. A president wouldn't have gone through all the news that was breaking from last Monday to Thursday and into Friday. So we will get lots to discuss with rocky, and Debbie Dingle is back with us as well. We'll find out how she's doing since the passing of her husband, John. So we'll we'll be talking a bit about that. And we wanna go up north because some of you have heard complained about the temperatures, and we're gonna get into the single digits as we make our way through this first full week of March. We're going to go to a spot will wake up the mayor. We hope we'll wake up the mayor up in the about as far north as you can get in the state of Michigan. And I posted some pictures there. So you will see exactly where we're headed. But you can't go there. You can't go there yet until we get to that particular conversation. You can't scroll ahead like some of you do and some some of you don't even wake up and watch the program on our warranty show Facebook page, but comment later in the day. No that's not fair. You have to be. Up and Adam and with us here and the first picture you see there. I've got Miley. Miley is looking at you this morning because she was looking through all these social media and discovered a very popular. Yeah. Picture we could call a picture. Danielle. Did you already go through and make all the corrections for spelling and grammar sent in all done. All right. Very good. And you saw this in Europe, you're a cat person. And obviously with my golden retriever, I'm a dog person. And she's been looking at the social media trying to help out at to the program and discovered that this is one of the most popular pictures posted on social media these as Minna trend for the last few weeks or so so she said Moore, and you've got to put this on. And it's shows a picture there for those of you who haven't gone to the Warren Pierce show, the Warren Pierce Facebook page show and pushed like you got that the Warren Pierce show Facebook page, you push like and wallah. You'll see this picture of a looks like a man who's wearing a blue hoodie and looking out into the into the forest sitting on a bench and old wooden bench seating there and next to him is looks like a a labrador retriever. Right. And the labrador is sitting out looking in the same direction out into the forest and above the the kid the guy whoever it is with the the blue hoodie. You see some of the things he's thinking about a car. He's thinking about a plane may be taking a trip. He's thinking about what our house may be owning a house and money. He's got all the all these little thoughts coming from his head and right next to him the golden lab looking out in the same direction. And and what's the golden lab is thinking there, can you see that they're Danielle looks like he's thinking about what's going on. He's living in the moment. No. He's he's thinking just about. The two of them just the two of them nothing else. And that's why unconditional love that's all the dog gives the cast in another story. We'll have to get into that one day cats only want loved when they want love. But a dog a dog unconditionally gives you his or her love. So you'll you'll take a peek at that. Because Miley says this is showing up a lot in the last few weeks that people are posting and especially the dog owners. So you'll you'll you'll give us a comment or two there. And I do have we have maybe we'll for the cat lovers out there. And I had a Catherine I ten years or something like that. I don't know if we ever talked, but I had a golden retriever at the same time years and years ago, but I was reading the story about this man, Jesse Robertson met Amora who who makes and so's Catinat blanket. Oh my God. My cats would die yet. He's the father of a five year old girl named Charlotte, and he's thirty one. And he's. Maybe we'll get him on the. For the next week, catnip blankets, and he's the owner of dad's kitty creations, and and they're available from our friend over there premier pet supply. Oh, so. So you can take a peek of that art so very quickly here what everybody will be buzzing about like to keep you on top of that. You'll see this picture I posted here from Saturday Night Live. Everybody is going to be taught. No matter what your political persuasion is. You gotta have a sense of humor. Right. So last night. Did you stay up and watch SNL no way? And and Jason didn't stay up to watch says L either probably fast asleep while I'm here for you. As we say after today where that phrase comes from. But anyway, so they opened last night pretending they were CNN. And there are so accurate in what they do. They went back to Wednesday's testimony that that was how they opened the show, and it was a lot like the ten minutes something like that. And it's the what the congressional oversight committee, and they had remember Michael Cohen testifying for about seven to eight hours something like that. And you see so there's the first picture of the Saturday night. And it looks exactly exactly like the committee room. In in in the US, congress there are and the next picture the next picture who is going to be playing Michael Kohn. Can you tell Danielle psych Ben Stiller? Yes. And what I did. I didn't have a I I wasn't going to do this for everyone. But Ben Stiller beneath that I posted a picture of the real. My Michael Cohen see that the top one. You tap one. Is Ben Stiller the viral? But look how accurate the SNL crew is just look around the real Michael Conan the bottom. See he's got kinda lawyers behind them and look with color tie. Michael Cohen was wearing and look what Ben Stiller's worrying also like how Ben Stiller's wrinkles on his forehead match. Michael, exactly. And look to the lawyer who was ever in the second row. See his tie. Yeah. Look at the tug, and you see that was on blue or something. Yeah. They're they're reptiles. Yeah. So this is how SA everybody will be buzzing about this again. No matter what your political persuasion is. Here's how they open while they opened it. And then they finally got to Ben Stiller's character playing Michael Cohen, right? All right now, really other president this hearing would be the most damning and humiliating moment of their lives. But for Trump. Witless Mr Michael Cohen. And there's Ben Stiller. And he's for joining.

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"pierce." Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"pierce." Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Or personalise now. Without further ado here is the history of monk ox from Brock pierces perspective and God's rising. Was you have to the show? Brock pierce. Welcome back to crypto one. Oh one. Back. Thank you for having me. Thank you for coming on it. It's it's been about a year since we spoke last I've been in contact with you and your team over the past year about different things. But it's really nice to talk to again last time. We did this call. I think I was in the lobby of a hotel in Hong Kong you actually were. I can't believe you remember that I have video graphic memory. So I actually can visualize the entire fan. If I remember properly we had to turn off the video after a couple of seconds because of the internet is that correct? Yeah. I was in the. I think I was at the Mandarin Oriental lobby. I was at the first couch to the left of the entrance. And it was I think early in the morning like nine or ten or eleven AM early in the more. I can't believe you remember that. That's awesome. Will it's it is good that you have a photographic video graphic memory because we're gonna go straight into this. And we're going to start talking about mount gods and monks is a story that most people in the crypto space knows? But for people who don't know, sir. Can you give us a mount Guckes? What a one in what happened about guns before we go into everything else. Yeah. What was? Mt. Cox. I guess if you're new to the grip does fear you probably heard of it. But you might not know much about it other than you know, it's one of those like, it's a bad word. You know, it's like a curse word one of those things. You don't mention what is sort of embarrassing words. So while what is gone mount got stands for magic the gathering online exchange. If you remember that collectible card game magic the gathering the created an online version of the game where you could play online inflict virtual back. It's Irv guards an so Jedi. Michaela who also went on to found ripple and stellar created it in two thousand seven and then it pivoted to bitcoin in two thousand ten in jed Michaela than sold it to Marc car. Pelous? I believe for fifty thousand dollars and retained a twelve percent stake in the company the mount God's dead went on to become the most important crypto company in the world. It was the most important exchange were anyone that was trying to buy bitcoin early on in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen it's basically where everyone that. Bitcoin bought their first point if you're around the days, it was the eight hundred pound.

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"pierce." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"pierce." Discussed on WJR 760

"May apply. The Warren Pierce show, seven sixty WJR. Got to talk about all that with the managing shareholder of the theft gross organization over there in Bingham farms were they specialize in all sorts of things. Bankruptcy real estate health law, you taxes corporate transactions debt management. You name it Ken gross in your help helping all sorts of folks out with the questions let me quickly, and I've got so many things to talk to you about. But I just saw a story like yesterday that suggesting that in your of involved with tax to that folks are going to be possibly in first prize when they file their returns from last year, they're not going to get as much back as they may very well have thought they would in fact, they may all money. Have you seen that story popping up? I was just reading it this morning as well. I think it's because the adjusted the withholding tax under the new Bill so with less money is being withheld. So on that basis the refunds compared to last year would be less, and yeah, there is that does create the possibility that you could end up all in depending on whether the withholding was to oh in relationship to the change in bracket and all the other issues that go on with the new returning. No one's itemizing anymore. So if you're a big itemize or you were generating a deduction there, and it's going to have to you're gonna have to wait and see. Yeah. There's so many changes that you. I'm sure are all working on over there. Also, I said to myself this morning, maybe I should get my return prepared early into shock because I'm wondering where I'm gonna it's very difficult to know where you're going to stand this year on the tax return until you actually see it not maybe in for a little shocker there. The other question when we. Talk about retirement could our listeners could we retire with maybe and we've talked about how much money should you have when you go into retirement could you retire? Do you think with an income equivalent of about eighty percent of your final salary if you can get to that kind of a situation? I think that's a good one. I love that. But the issue isn't the issue at depends on what is your overhead. Once you retire. If your overhead is going to be exactly the same as it was before you retired. Then if you're eighty percent the question is how long will that is eighty percent without reducing any principal or taking it down very slowly. Then you're okay. But really you need to be in a position where at the point that you retire. You've trimmed your expenses far below. They were not the day before he retired. But. Far below that. They were ten years ago. You've gotta have no mortgage payment, you shouldn't have any car payments, or maybe one car payment, not to you shouldn't have any credit card debt, you should your payments should be down to you know, if you.

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"pierce." Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"pierce." Discussed on WJR 760

"Pierce show, seven sixty WJR. I don't know whether CBS is gonna use Andrew would tonight or not. But that obviously a very inspirational song, very catchy and fit certainly the battle between these two football teams ludicrous is also on that Carrie Underwood song as well. So we'll maybe it'll be a surprise. And maybe some of the commercials that you're about to see will be surprised because I don't think they've been seen really anywhere as we check in on the spots to watch with the U of the mercy marketing professor Mike Bernard. How long have we been doing this now twenty thirty years something like that taking a sneak peek at what's ahead for the listeners to watch during the game happy Super Bowl fifty three war? You got it and the Roman numerals would be professor. Yeah. Absolutely. What are the now? This is a test. What are the Roman numerals? Well, you know. L L. I I too early for you and Fran Kelly is on the line president and CEO of CEO view, branding, formerly CEO of worldwide. And you know, you to who's missing this morning is a woman who ran the USA ad meter. She left last summer. So. What was it alarm? Patricia is now with us this morning, but we'll we'll somehow some way get by. And you know, all the years that you've been joining us Fran. I think I've asked you maybe one or two times your company not only developed my one of my favorite commercials. Correct me if I'm wrong, the very simple a racist. Peanut butter cups, were sometimes you see a bite out of it. They're just in announcer, Bob. And that's it didn't you work on that one creating that one friend. Yeah. We did warn that that campaigns almost fifteen years old. It's called the perfect campaign about the perfect marriage of chocolate and peanut butter. And it's been a big success for her. She's and you did. And we've mentioned this may be one timer over the years that we've had you on the air as well. You did create. What do I wanna say at the last minute a commercial from your company? There would have been iron worldwide a commercial for the Super Bowl. We did. And that I think the one you're talking about his famous casper gold spot, which we wind up creating in the last couple of weeks before the Super Bowl, but that got a lot of attention to. Yeah. And wh what did you do call up? Ed McMahon and say, hey, how would you like to be on a commercial? We did as a matter of fact, you know, when you get a call just three weeks ahead of the big game. You've got to think fast, the creative guys had the idea. Our producers made a couple of phone calls and a week later. We were shooting the spot and Mike Bernardi take a look at this one using kind of his old line that he used to introduce Johnny Carson with on the tonight show. With all time. Now's the time to send your unwanted gold for cash goal gothic. How could cash? Yeah. You know, me where to go down with this cold microphone Michael record by goal gov. Cook goals. Learn hammer baby boom. Michael Michael gold replacement. We mountain Goalby cash. The number four gold dot com. All right..

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"pierce." Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"pierce." Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"To come and talk to me on krypton wanna one thank you very much thank you for having me and i'm always happy to come back doing what you're doing thank you sir but last question what books or movies or media would you recommend to somebody that you're watching reading right now it doesn't have to be crypto related but what what's going on brooks home when he's turned down the lights see on the couch with a bowl of popcorn while i often speak about superheroes i think that we all have the potential to be superheroes and a big fan of marvel's most recent film black panther i think they nailed it there from a reading crisp active i like a book that i've been recommending to people lately is a book called stealing fire there's so many good things out there actually none of its crypto related the crypto world is moving so fast that by the time that something's printed it's out of date so you kind of need to get your information from programs like yours it's youtube it's podcasts blogs its steam it read it it's at he want to be informed any relevant recent information in a world that's moving in a million miles a minute through through all right we'll check out that book will put the lincoln the description for stealing fire and everybody go watch by panther was a great movie brock pierce thank you very much for coming on trip to one to one you have a great night sir all right thank you bye bye <music> thank you very much listen to this episode of crypto one on one i hope you enjoyed getting to know brock little bit i know i did i didn't know how big of a reach he had into the crypto space i knew he was influential i knew that he was a big investor but this actually opened up a little bit more to who he is in our next episode we have on the co founder of cass box it's my favorite podcast app right now and they are integrating crypto currencies into cast box and blockchain as well into their new platform called content box and we're gonna learn a little bit

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