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"richard partners" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Uncomfortable because the red skirt doesn't necessarily show it us at our best on it's sort of brief on again. There's this idea that we went a little nuts. It's probably best not to look at it when in fact, those periods in American history where things go against the grain, where we so willingly stop on our civil and constitutional rights are probably what we should examine it and more and again, it's too easy to discount the figure that I think we've got to acknowledge that there's people's fear. Uh, But it's always struck me and now the World War. One historian outside the same thing for World War one. It's just not Ah, war or an after war that's deeply embedded in the American consciousness. It comes between two great epics, the Civil War and did the Great Depression and World War two. So I think that's why it sort of gets short shift, but that that's an excellent question. Thank you so much. I believe that our other questions have widely been answered within your talk. But we did have a lot of just statements from folks who watch tonight thanking you so much for a really lovely talk Lots of accolades, including this one. Dr. Faulkner is such a spectacular and passion speaker and we certainly agree and love anyone. That is so great. At what he does and filled with s O much fun and vitality that we can get. Ah, Hunter s Thompson, Monty Python, Sex pistols and a Ghostbusters reference into such a serious topic. Thank you so much for being with us, but that come from my wife or daughter. Well, thank you again. It's always an honor and a privilege to speaker So I'm glad that members of the audience enjoyed it. Thank you. From December 15th hosted by the National World War. One Museum in Kansas City historian Richard Proctor, describing the post World War one era of American history, one marked by racial unrest, deadly global pandemic and Mass political rallies and also discussing the red scare. Richard Partner is author of the book Persons Crusaders.
"richard partners" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast
"Say ooh steer clear and i think longer and longer exercise though. That's that's a really big. Yeah yeah but i mean that would be that would be a kind of kiss of death within their absolutely and it will be and i think because because a lot of the there will still be. I think qualitative submission but because a lot of the exercise will be based on data. It will be it. The intention is for rather than actively telling institutions. You have to stop offering this course because it's not it's not hitting our thresholds to be able to say yeah but is it gonna. Is it gonna cost you ever. Essentially you're gonna see a raft. Of course this disappear because they're dragging. The average is dying because of the fear that slept with this is required to social media. Obviously headline walls subject stat. That and obviously you know. People are popping the virtual champagne corks on on twitter. And so on. But a kohl's wate still that is. The iron fist emerged inside the velvet glove halfway through this process which is subject level benchmarking on those salvage subject level. Baselines on those to not. You don't really important metrics and that there should be lots and lots and lots of people working in lots of universities. Actually right now that if they knew how close that subject was to some of the sorts of baselines. The he's talking about should be you know. Nervous worried partly. It's always been the case that when you apply barbarism or whatever is probably bombers liberal. That question is always been. If if you're close to the edge on your metrics. Do you ditch the provisional improve the provision and got six goals in an area. Then that's one thing but if you'll the only place in the whole region that designed for apology that something else. And you know this thing about people dropping provisions moving away from provisions. Because he doesn't hit. The outcomes is still the big contemporary. You know interesting. I don't know whether to use the word threat. But certainly an implication of what happens next when carries on with that quality and standards consultation is certainly is and this ties in nicely with one of the recommendations of the peer through. Because as you say jim. The big headline was subject to f- is gone. And i suspect both actual and real champagne. Corks parked at that exercise. A thinking to the kind of people in small providers who actually would have had to put together fifty seven. Whatever they actually is separate subjects. Submission is that gonna be replaced but a low Ps is fairly clear that the subject civic added thing should not happen. I some incredibly sound statistical reason and the government backs are on the burden reason. A ps suggests that subject level metrics presented as tap matrix are actually incredibly useful to providers and she lights the idea of having subject as another split within the tests so in the same way you can look at full part time students you can look at students from different ethnicities are different backgrounds. You can also look at all. The students are studying say nursing social work or anything else and you can look at any particular interest with them so she suggested that could feed the main panel decision. Which actually this time. Round is partially based on metrics and partially based on a much stronger institutional submission so i guess so in that sort of hattie whereas sometimes we're it saying we want to empower students to make choices in the market blah blah blah. Would at some point are regardless of what. Dfas said today. say or. I will make those split that kind of stuff. That dinesh only recommend available to applicants that. I'd be tasty wouldn't it. I would think it would be very tasty. And is a clear response to the pass review which remember that the government has in its own word accepted the majority of recommendations actually as a recommendation. All of that. They do say clearly that they want a subject element in the assessment. This perhaps isn't the assessment is certainly arguable. If richard partner is listening. I think you should go for it. It'd be fantastic and for plotting quite tight times. go ahead. So they're going to design a new exercise and actually do assessments and launched a results for september. Twenty twenty. two. It is it is. It is a bit of a downgrade. Isn't it is. It is essentially just a paper exercise at this point. It feels like i've got a personal prediction is it will be the last of a tough because if five years time for five years from september twenty two we're going to have a whole. New government would be on the other side of another general election. Probably eight or nine as interesting because y in which my advice also solve headache-inducing terrifying behavior in the run-up to it. You know because they want it will be the one that lasts for for a bunch of games and that's right for forever possibly forever and if you stuck with that stuck with a bad result that that's to that's going to stay with you but i mean i. Yeah we'll we'll have to see what happens but the sector is always been quite good at killing ideas with. Kindness is done quite. Moss will job on On the subject with you. I wonder if amenable minister you know after the next six of their jobs and the future government. Maybe not even a conservative government. Who knows now. Come on quite word could be had. You know we don't need. This is tough stuff doing this. It does it does drive the cost. On how the overall quality regime. And particularly i think what the kind of uk wide impact turns out to be because if one of the things that kind of inadvertently happens is break at. The uk is precipitated by the english quality. Just because that sort of part of the pick a major factor that could be real back on but the other thing the other thing that jumped out at me and the reason why decay struggled to this iteration of the teff is the provision about doing something about educational gain which we know is learning is and this this this whole other metric nicer re reentered the policy space and to the best of my knowledge i mean we had camille deco and our skills to thrive event a few weeks ago and she was very filled with the hefty learning game projects and. She said that she thought she thought it might see a comeback. She knew something that we didn't at the time but the best my knowledge that series of projects did not. Come up with a foolproof way of. Doing i'm particularly anything that you could do. Consistently across institutions to create comparisons was essentially not robust and then the alternative with far too granular to mean very much for an exercise. Like the taff. They'll be very interesting to see what they do with that. Actually what the key finding of that that you could maybe trat learning game but you can do it for very small groups almost to the level of individual students. He couldn't do in any comparable way and camille. I mean hello if you're listening She was delighted at this recommendation. She said oh. I might actually have a lot that reports that would be useful for this as that. Sounds like something. I on the side just before it just worth mentioning arafat consultant. The details of this new teff in due course probably later in the spring..
"richard partners" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Nuna McGovern on the BBC World Service, And this is BBC OS Conversations about Corona virus. As the number of cases rise in South America we hear about the social effect that lock down is having on marginalized communities in Colombia. Plus, doctors in South Africa share the issues they must overcome when treating Children who have covert 19 on DH, how they understand the realities when it comes to putting Corona virus health messages into practice, living, informal settlements where you find like it's a wonder room shack with probably like five or six people inside and in It's virtually impossible to tell the people to be two meters apart. We're also joined by a doctor in intensive care in Italy who is relieved to have no covert 19 patients to treat for the first time in more than four months to join me Newland McGovern in B. B. C. O s Conversations about Corona virus as we come together united by a pandemic. After the latest baby seniors. Haru are Neil Nunez with the baby seniors. The number of people worldwide who have died with the Corona virus has now passed 600,000. The daily Global figure for new infections is also still climbing. Steve Jackson has more details. In an earlier phase of this pandemic. It was Europe that was hardest hit on 1/3 of these 600,000 deaths occurred in Europe now the worst of the outbreaks in the United States, and that's the country with a single highest number of fatalities Mohr than 140,000 The numbers in the U. S is still climbing steeply whereas in Brazil, the second worst affected country, the World Health Organization believes the outbreak has plateau globally, though the pandemic is still thought to be on an upward curve, and that means that many more people are likely to die before it's over. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has said he would be extremely reluctant to impose another nationwide locked down if there was a second wave of Corona virus cases in the winter. They currently reports after the huge economic cost of the lock down. Ministers wanted everything they can to avoid a second national shut down. The prime minister says the option is like a nuclear detent. He can't abandon it, but nor does he want to use it. Boris Johnson believes the government is now in a position where it can easily. Local outbreaks have been given new powers to local authorities to shut down premises and can avoid the need for blanket restrictions across England. Police in Israel of use tear gas and water cannon to disperse thousands of protesters as public frustration grows over the government's corona violence response, the economy and corruption. In Jerusalem, hundreds of people gathered at the residence of the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, calling for his resignation before marching through the streets. A recent resurgence in covert 19 has led to increased Corona virus restrictions, which have hit the already fragile on the economy. A summit of European Union leaders in Brussels. We'll reconvene on Sunday for an unplanned third day as they're trying to reach agreement on an economic stimulus package on DH there next budget. From Brussels. Here's Kevin Connolly, the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, so the talks were intense on the vast amount of money in play 1.8 trillion euros over seven years. Means the political stakes are very high. Wealthier countries like Austria and the Netherlands want Co vered recovery helped to come more in the form of loans than grants and to be given in return for economic reforms. The state's likely to receive hope in southern and Eastern Europe present the idea of supervision or scrutiny by Richard Partners. Some sort of compromise now seems to be within reach, but it's certainly not guaranteed. World News from the BBC. A special Canadian bass designed to drive onto glasses has overturned in the Rocky Mountains, killing three people and injuring many more. A witness said the vehicle lost control and plunged down a steep slope rolling over several times. The vehicle with 27 people on board was taking tourists to the Athabasca glassy a near Jasper. Polls have opened in government controlled areas of Syria, where voters are deciding the makeup of parliament. No serious opposition has been allowed to parties that are loyal to President al Assad, who has remained in office despite a devastating nine year civil nine year war and the collapse of the economy. Here's Alan Johnston. Syria's economy has bean brought to its knees by years of corruption, war and devastating international sanctions. Prices and basic goods are soaring, and voters in this election will no doubt be drawn to candidates who might somehow ease their economic hardship. But this won't be an exercise in real democracy. No serious opposition to the ruling establishment would have been allowed to take part parties ally to President Bashar al Assad will again emerge from the Poles in a totally dominant position. Guilties in Panama are investigating the deaths of seven young people whose bodies were found in a wooded area near a lake. Local media in Panama say the bodies were found nearly gotten seven others who escaped, said they had been attacked by two armed man. The attorney general in the U. S. State of Oregon has filed a lawsuit accusing the federal government of violating the rights of its citizens by detaining them during protests. Has been a growing round between the Trump Administration and Oregon officials, who have accused government agencies of heavy handed tactics. Baby's e news. Hello. I'm newly McGovern on the BBC World Service, and this is BBC OS conversations about Corona virus..
Coronavirus: EU leaders start third day of recovery talks
"A summit of European Union leaders in Brussels. We'll reconvene on Sunday for an unplanned third day as they're trying to reach agreement on an economic stimulus package on DH there next budget. From Brussels. Here's Kevin Connolly, the Spanish prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, so the talks were intense on the vast amount of money in play 1.8 trillion euros over seven years. Means the political stakes are very high. Wealthier countries like Austria and the Netherlands want Co vered recovery helped to come more in the form of loans than grants and to be given in return for economic reforms. The state's likely to receive hope in southern and Eastern Europe present the idea of supervision or scrutiny by Richard Partners. Some sort of compromise now seems to be within reach, but it's certainly not
"richard partners" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Jeez. I walk over towards huddle getting final orders from coat over Like I'm tying my shoe. Almost hear everything before they start raining blows down on me. Judgment three. Probably present belly snap judgments, storytelling be stay Live from NPR News. I'm nor RAHM Saturday so another record in the Corona virus pandemic, the World Health Organization reported more than 259,000 new infections. In a 24 hour period, confirmed cases worldwide now exceed 14 million. A second day of a European Union summit has failed to produce an economic stimulus plan to help countries recover from the pandemic talks from Avalon for an unplanned third day. The BBC's Kevin Connolly reports the Spanish prime minister Pedro Sanchez, so the talks were intense on the vast amount of money in play 1.8 trillion euros over seven years. Means the political stakes are very high. Wealthier countries like Austria and the Netherlands want Covad recovery help to come more in the form of loans and grants and to be given in return for economic reforms. The state's likely to receive hope in southern and Eastern Europe present the idea of supervision all scrutiny by Richard Partners. Some sort of compromise now seems to be within reach, but it's certainly not guaranteed. The BBC's Kevin Connolly. Flowers. Signs in tributes are accumulating in Atlanta underneath a mural of longtime Georgia congressman John Lewis. He died Friday night at the age of 80. A male Moffett of member Station W. A B reports. The six story image is a few blocks from where Martin Luther King Jr was born. Stephanie Nelson says Lewis was never afraid to commit to the cause of civil rights, brought flowers.
"richard partners" Discussed on The Be Atento Podcast
"Tulsa based Venture Fund bogus driving returns through early stage venture investment in local economic development and job creation. The Tinto is Spanish for helpful carefully. conscientious polite as we seek to embody these characteristics to all of our stakeholders today we're excited to welcome Mercedes. Spin general partner at light speed Richard Partners. Lou. Thank you so much for taking some time to join us in the podcast today where we're really looking forward to diving deeper with you would love to just hear how things going for you during these Cova Times now it's been affecting you and the rest of the team as well. Yeah I mean personally I have.
"richard partners" Discussed on Dose of Leadership
"That they they don't have a bias to action. I think it's a nice balance right of being clear on where you're headed in recognizing as every airline pilot will tell you they're always off track a little bit. They land on time at the end but they're always a little bit off track and the same with any kind of strategy. You're going to be mindful of making sure that you're clear what the end result should look like and when you get there might be a little bit different than that. Most of the Times is okay. Yeah that's a great analogy and I've used that many times to even the navy -Ation we have very detailed flight plans very detailed granular to the point that I know exactly to how many hundreds of pounds of gas I should have each point and even down to seconds minutes and seconds and success isn't measured or defined by each time. We hit one of those way points. How close I hit those marks. Those marks are there for my planning purposes to see how well I'm doing. They're not there for me they're not. Kpi's for success. Does that make sense and worse in what I see? A lot of businesses doing or people doing as they measure their success. How close they get to each one of those. And I'm like no the the the point. Is You know the the plans are essentially useless. I'm using air quotes for useless the second I deviate off course to get around thunderstorm right. All of that detail goes up the window but it's not useless. You know what I mean. Is this that? I'm not but I'm not measuring each granular individual way point as a success. Measure yeah a measuring the overall outcome of getting there safe and sound with no bent metal and no broken bodies right. Yeah Yeah. Yeah what standard. Yeah what you're going to your book. If you look at those thirty things and I love how you set out the you can go through every one of those thirty ideas or concepts one a day but what I know it's probably asking. Which kid is your favorite? But which one really stands out if you could look at one of those thirty. What is there anyone that really stands out? They really close to your heart. My kids are the or the challenge. They're not I'd say probably challenged three richer. That's called. Listen I if I can talk for a couple of minutes minute I will. You know. Listening is counterintuitive to most leaders. I think we've all if we're honest with ourselves. We've all been hyper trained in the power of verbal communication right clarifying our mission our vision our values our strategies our structures our systems were all as leaders were often in persuasion mode and influence motor. Always selling were taught to clarify the goals. Repeat it repeat it and then when you're just so sick of can't stand it again repeat it more time raises in your head is on their head right. These are all true statements for the most part and there's a role that that plays as leaders. Most of us have had formal training powerpoint keynote speaking from the stage. Managing our microphones are body language and are non verbals. You get all of that right as as influential leaders. We've been quite well practice on the power of verbal communication. When I'm speaking at conferences I say raise your hand. Do you ever had a formal education on any listening. No one raises their hand or hr not a single person. You've all got speech classes and have coaches and his professional coaches that help us with our speaking and so the point is is that listening is a leadership competency because this is how you create culture. It's how you build empathy. It's how you build relationships. This idea that people are an organization's most idle asset. It's total bunk. People are not a company's most I set. It is their relationships between those people that are caused. Because Richard can have you know a black belt in six sigma and Scott can be a Rhode scholar from Oxford. But if Richard is Scott can't get along collaborate. Forgive pre forgive compliment cover for each other. I don't need you. Don't need to gutless wonders that are out outdoing each other. It's how Richard and Scott Synergy together. That may sound like professional development talk. It's not I'm on the executive team as we talk all day. Long right is how to make. Make sure that all the salary all these people work well together to get stuff done. So listening is a crucial component to building effective relationships. I think part of the problem is we're so ingrained in promoting ourselves being more interesting than interested to quote again Jim Collins Again. We find ourselves in these natural patterns and then we find ourselves when we do try to listen. It's tough because everyone's got an attention deficit. This isn't a disorder anymore. Everyone's got their own level of attention deficit. You know. We're all thinking about American Express Bill or have we checked in our flight. Don't we wish when hotel staying at is? The tuition paid is the power. Bill was for dinner. Dry cleaning picked up. You know whatever it is right. Everyone's got a thousand bits coming at him. It is hard. Yeah lowdown check in. Stay check in. Check them in listened to someone then we do. We typically find that we're asking questions were probing valuating. We're interpreting on our own timeline on our own agenda on our own narrative trying to make trying to make sense of it based on our own experience and that comes from a good place. Usually which trying to help someone when you're asking questions you're you're trying to build context to understand how to help solve their problem. Oh I dated her. Here's how you deal with that or I've shopped there. Here's how you return that or I've worked for him. Here's how you deal with that. It comes from a good place. Let Richard as you know. Most people don't want to solve their problem. They just want to be heard. It's funny be understood. They just want to be validated. And you can validate someone without agreeing with them. I think it's also counterintuitive because listening is really selfless. It requires you to care. Yeah for sure. Requires you to love. And a lot of us are interrupters in most of us interrupt the linguistic science shows because each of us have a what linguistics professors will tell you as a silent alarm clock that goes off in our heads when. Richard thinks that I should stop talking at thirty eight seconds an alarm goes off and he jumps in. I think Richard's partner should stop talking at forty eight seconds. I interrupt usually because either we're board where one to move it along. We want to get to the point but the science shows that if you can resist the temptation to listen more an interrupt less by disclosing your mouth. Upper Lip to lower lip encounter ten try. It was ten seconds info very of our listeners. Painful most people are pretty uncomfortable with especially leaders are so used to filling the void. If you can just resist that temptation to interrupt the odds the other person are going to move it along in did or disclose something especially personal that allows you to help them are exponential. This is a tough one listening. A I can't agree with you more. You said so many great things so many nuggets there that that resonate deeply with me. And you're you're absolutely right and I think of the Times early on in my leadership career and Ain thing of times with him relationship with my wife and where the challenges that we had in our relationship is because I was trying to saw you know she'd come to me with something and I was trying to solve the problem and all I needed to do was just kind of validate and listen. You know she wasn't looking for my wife my thing. I'm better days. My wife will come home. My wife is a full time. Mother and House leader doesn't have a career outside the home. She'll go to orange theory theory that the exercise took them home and show. WanNa talk about something that happened with this woman to that person and I'll jump right in with my leadership expertise to solve problem. So let me just to listen to her or the fundraising group of school does not want me to dissect entire conversation and say well. You should have done. This should've clarified your intent. You should have seen understanding. Nick no shut up. I just want you to validate me and my frustration. Yup for sure amen wish. I would've known Matama Twenties and thirties. Ha Ha the yeah. You're absolutely right in thinking about those times when I have seen it work effectively from a leadership management standpoint. You're right and if someone's coming to me and just fighting temptation again because I got my leadership pants on and I feel like I got to solve problems and I feel like that's what I'm paid to do. But just kind of sit there and acknowledge and listen and really listen like you said and not have the self awareness that you're not worried about yourself and I think a lot of time. Let me. Is that uncomfortable as like. You said that ten seconds silence you gotta fill up with something and to your point like you said when I sit there and I've asked questions and asking open questions to right. How did that make you feel what? Why did you do that? What was this four and just be quiet and then they'll either like you said. Stop it moving along or reveal something that is probably pretty important as so but it requires humility. Requires you to check your ego. Not Make everything about you. This is especially I think. For leaders that are increasingly used to it being about them then dominating the conversation and then being the smartest person in the room and then always being genius. I saved them. I mean US. It takes a level of love. Your patience and care. It requires you to behave differently. Says easy does hard right. Common Knowledge isn't common practice easy to understand difficult to put into play. And it's because it's it is. It's a people business it is and you know and I do have my sometimes I have. I hate people t-shirt on there. I don't WanNa deal with people and and you've got to fight that temptation. You GotTa realize why you're doing this. You gotTa have a genuine concern and empathy for for your fellow man. You really do and I think we talk about that. A lot of pushback in the corporate arena. I talk about empathy and love a lot a lot of the show and it's a huge part of my practice coach and teach. I've had some tremendous pushback from certain organizations when I bring love up in the in the in that arena when I talk about it and in fact I've even had an organization recoil and that was a government agency and they recoiled when I brought up the topic of love. They said there's no place for love in an organization. And I'm like you know I'm not talking about Aeros. Love that makes hr executives nervous. I'm talking about the GOP bay style. The action where love is a verb right. Where you you have to sacrifice so others may prosper in in the. That's where I'm coming from and I think you could not agree more with you. Yeah people do not quit their jobs right. They quit bad bosses and corrupt cultures. And that may be at HR CLICHE. But it's very true and it's been my experience people ask me all the time. Scott Y. Franklin Covey for twenty five years or a dinosaur. No one does that. The military no offense all respect or in their postal service right and I say listen. I've had plenty of opportunities. I had to to opportunities today..
"richard partners" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Way was there a high school player legion player that went on to play in the big leagues from Minnesota that you acquired that you said oh my god this is like the best thing I've ever seen what is the best Irish but I'll tell you he was he was good back was really good do you remember on firing him or yeah it was Eddie Dino when I saw this I remember this game are you dying is not very far right field but there's a bank with trees there and his ball was still going over the trees that night on the way up and I would say it would have gone four hundred and fifty or more the end and the picture that was sticking out night for dying was not a bad picture of the location they need to be a great timing on it and he just dropped of really nice okay so yes I thought Dave Winfield through but that was as a pitcher what was he like as a pitcher he was he was powerful he he feels for St Paul central against Creighton earned a buddy of mine Rick Smalley ecological grad school together it was the coach at green at the time anyone on to do some coaching college coaching out in New York state I think it was but he was a former minor league player as a catcher and where I work this game Sloan as game one of three to two over a over Renfield St Paul central team that was the central had the windshield at seventeen strikeouts fell down twice here after all of the time it's Catherine Stevens had gloves so there's all kinds of stuff like that going on in that game with his stellar distance because honestly I had as the first high school pitcher I had seen that nobody could handle so what do you want to look at how they get the runs you just walk us through what to catch it up if you get your and they're able to move around did you did you work at Morristown high school no I did not northwest did not do St Paul city games I got this game chew slowly act because I think it was a non league game at the time because Christie was not part of in those days are not part of the city sure I remember working again with you once asked by twenty two twenty three years old there's a dress code but I know people you know you realize employers you know who is light blue shirt grey pants a black socks black shoes I I was doing I'm analyst didn't play the bases but you said would you forget today and I looked and I thought nothing I got my indicator got Michigan's got level of the law and you said your dress socks are blue not black and I thought you know what I'll never make that mistake again because he told me how seriously you take the gate well yeah I I didn't like I didn't like lower call blue now because in a lesser known players turn in the amateur ball it and you know they they they did not like that term because of heterosexual criminal connotation at one time I didn't even know that part of it what do you what do you know of all the things you remember if you if you don't work of our C. game again era college game again what what will be the best as it is the relationship with the coaches the players your own firing partners what is it for all of that but the the the big thing is it was Richard partners out there the umpire crews always there is there's a certain games and they've got to perform together at a high level or else the game can fall apart too just like you know if if your team made five errors or your catcher can't catch any pitches of the game kind of falls apart which one was the best showman Jose Jones Fred Herndon or Charlie lockers in a bar Jose Jones he could call a good day yeah I didn't he was somewhat like Emmett Ashford and that he had a lot of antics yeah yeah I need to have you had a good game he said I was on tonight yeah he was on it is no longer whether I know the weather's neither I know it's just some I'm just thankful I got to rub shoulders with them in with you Larry over the years appreciate you very much thank you for giving us some time and some great stories well thank you appreciate your Avenue you're going to get this all it is there any relationship is good you got that right Preciado jewelery have a good night thank you bye bye now Larry Gallagher one in a million men great employer Fred Herndon he swore he as of you know I I understand I'm speaking to a small audience here guys who played in trouble and that but I remember one night if red dead plate we're playing a playoff game and what he did surprise me but not nearly as much as a prize one of my teammates I'll tell you when we come back sports to the Max all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay the trombone was Bob wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming after they've come at jet yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight I got a new there so the referee.
"richard partners" Discussed on The Midnight Story Hour
"Liar as he was. Richard said he would shoot the first man that called him a liar and gems went for his own gun after a little more quarreling. With repeated threats. Richard suddenly drew his revolver. And Shot Gem just. He was sitting on the ground with his hand on his own gun. Gems fell back. Shot just back of the air. Richards then gathered their belongings together. Took both horses and started going up the river toward Carney. After Daylight Richards left the horse with a settler telling him that he was looking for land and to keep the horse until his partner came for. The man may have the horse yet for. It's doubtful richards partner. Ever called for him on the bridge south of Carney Richards met some friends and with them went into town and registered at the commercial hotel is FA in Kearney. He met several of his old acquaintances. Among those was a gentleman. Going by the name of Mr Burns on March twenty first of eighteen eighty seven richards and burns were arrested by the officers of the town and placed in jail. Neither knew why they were arrested. But were later told. They were suspected of the murder of Peter. Tway Richards was acquitted upon examination but Burns was held. Due to the testimony of a prostitute. He had previously met. Burns was held until court set and was then discharged due to lack of evidence. This was Richard's first arrest in before he knew what it was for. He believed it was the judge's murder he was very uneasy at first but felt greatly relieved. When informed was for the murder of Peter Twice since Richards was actually innocent of that crime in June of eighteen seventy eight. Richard Switzer was confined in jail on a charge of Larceny for which he claimed innocence while there he reunited with Mrs Carlsson who was being held for supposed complicity in the escape of her husband. Jasper Carlson and the man named Underwood. After both were released richards called her home remaining overnight at this meeting. Richards made an agreement with Mrs Carlsson that she would give him. The deed of property for the Harrelson farmstead lasting for six months at a cost of six hundred dollars in October of that year. Mrs Carlsson may transfer property to richards and he settled down for a while in the House with the woman and her three children. Two little girls and a baby boy a farmhand by the name of Brown also stayed at the House Mrs Karlsson's husband Jasper was hiding from authorities in Texas and was not present on the farm during this time period after a while. Richards began to trust Mrs Carlsson. She knew he had committed several murders and she liked to talk too much. She also had a habit of sticking her nose in other people's Business Richards became afraid that she would say something to the wrong person he would be arrested as a result of her gossip. Because of this Richards decided the safest plan was to do away with her in the children to keep everyone quiet one Sunday morning after a few weeks on the farm with Mrs Carlsson and her three Children Richard Scott up about three. Am He had slept with his clothes on and therefore did not need to dress? Richardson woke up Brown. Who went to feed the team and do other things about the stable. It was scarcely light at this time and Richards went out to the barn yard near a haystack and dug a hole with a spade he then returned to the house. Picked up an axe by the front door and cautiously slipped inside. Richardson approached the bed. Where Mrs Carlsson was sleeping instructor on the left side of the head. The blue kilter almost instantly but to make sure of his work richards hit her a second time near the temple. Then he turned his attention to Harrelson's oldest daughter who is still sleeping. He struck her twice with the flat of the acts on the left side of the head. Also near the temple. Next Richards killed the second girl by striking a single blow on her forehead with the axe. Then he killed the baby boy who laid sleeping in the crib at the foot of the bed with three blows to the head as well then. The oldest daughter still alive moaned and began moving in response. Richard struck her two or three more times until the girl lay. Still all this time. Brown was at the stable and did not return to the House to witness the events after killing the four family members. Richards took the mother to the grave he dug by the Haystack and through her and then he went back carried both girls at the same time and place them in the same hole with their mother. Finally he took the baby and threw him in with the rest. Richardson covered them all over with a blanket and scattered. Straw and dirt over them when he was finished richards. Returned to the house washed his hands which were slightly bloody and then went to the stable. Where Brown was still working after doing a few chores. Richard's and Brown started for Hastings Brown. Who is still unaware of what had transpired? Inside the house remained in hastings and Richards returned to the farm acting like nothing had ever happened. When asked about Mrs Carlsson Richard said that she and the children had gone off with Brown and probably would not return soon if they did it. All in December of eighteen seventy eight richards killed Peter Anderson. The man lived all alone in a little house. Seven Miles Southwest Nebraska. Richards had agreed to help Anderson. Put up some sought buildings after being sick for a day or two Anderson accused Richards of poisoning. Him Richards denied it and Anderson called him a liar. Richards knocked Anderson down. Hit him two or three times and then let him up. Anderson started to pick up an expert. Richards grabbed a hammer that lay nearby instructor farmer. Over the left eye Anderson fell in Richard struck twice more on the forehead breaking the farmers skull. Afterwards Richards pushed the body. One side sat down at ate his dinner. When he finished he took Anderson's body carried it down seller and covered it up with clan. Coal Richards was out hitching up his horse team when several men arrived and asked where Anderson was Richards told them Anderson had gone to see a man about some weed he had previously purchased but had not been delivered. They asked for the key to the house which richards gave them and they went in while they were in the house he found the horse and rode home. Richards was quite sure. These men would find Anderson's body and decided it was time to leave Nebraska. He went home change clothes and arrange to have his belongings shipped to Omaha. Richards traveled under the name of Gallagher and eventually returned to mount pleasant Ohio however he was not there long before he was arrested while on his way to a party with two young prostitutes soon after his arrest Richards was taken to Steubenville Ohio and then returned to Nebraska with Sheriff Sanderson and Martin while on the trip back to Nebraska Sheriff Sanderson and Martin received a telegram east of Columbus Ohio indicated. All was quiet in Kearney. A later telegram sent from deputy reported. A crowd was gathering. Sheriff Anderson instructed his deputy and Carney to be ready to meet him with a wagon two miles east of town accordingly. The conductor stopped the train at that point. Richards was taken off while still in shackles and cuffs and placed in a wagon. Waiting there deputy sheriff Lou Johnson met the Party and reported to the sheriff that crowd of upwards of two hundred assembled sheriff Anderson went ahead to Carney. He responded to the unruly crowd by stating that sheriff. Martin had stopped with Richards at Grand Island and would be in Kearney. The next day while Anderson was speaking with the crowd to distract them. Martin arrived at the jail avoided. The angry mob and placed richards into a cell on January. Fifteenth Richards was taken to Mendon. Nebraska stood before Judge Gasline for the murder of Peterson. Richards plead not guilty to the charge and claimed he was only acting in self-defence nevertheless by four o'clock that same afternoon. Richards was convicted of murder and sentenced to be hanged on April. Twenty six. Th Eighteen seventy nine after the trial he was moved to Lincoln and lodged in prison for while Richards eventually demonstrates some signs of remorse for his crimes. He would adamantly deny any such feelings when asked about them he also stated for the last two years. He held his life of no account and placed others at about the same importance as hogs for butchering shortly before his execution Richards gave an interview to the Nebraska State Journal which was published after his execution. A detailed psychological analysis of Richards was also published by Jason Anderson Christianson under the title the philosophy of Insanity Steven Richards than brass convened. After he was hanged Steven Richards body was buried in Kearney cemetery but was later dug up by vandals according to rumors his bones were scattered through the streets of Kearney it was also reported in eighteen eighty two Cardi county because that had obtained Richard Skull had placed it on display. The current whereabouts of the skull appear to be unknown as always. I hope you have enjoyed this episode of the midnight story our again. I do apologize for being late releasing this episode and for the Robot Guest Speaker this evening. 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"richard partners" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Weekend with people on the phone having appearance in which Charlie Baker introduced legislation in January twenty nineteen to legalize sports betting and in the state but the governor's office says he'd like to see lawmakers take up the bill this session Karen wriggle WBZ Boston's news radio Cambridge police welcome back a brand new officer WBZ sherry small tells us the force held is job open for almost a year I went to the academy in two thousand eighteen finished did the F. chill program I think I finished it and then I deployed just as tense in **** shows dream of being a police officer was about to become reality he was deployed to Djibouti Africa for ten months with the National Guard there was a couple of big missions like port security and the change was attributions soldiers those were the main ones and then I believe like twenty at a time we're going down to small you for securities now that he's filled his responsibilities he was able to get back to his dream job at Cambridge police last week a lot of support from the police department in Cambridge sherry small WBZ Boston skis radio in sports the Bruins over the jets two to one don Huff WBZ Boston's news radio this is the morning show Morgan why junior golf six one seven two five four ten thirty join the group and hang up with mortgage on WBZ news radio ten thirty yeah girl sitting at the control board rob left Europe water best world of go for people who want to play trivia which is nice I don't even know what I'm doing this is kind of a spin back to last week or the week before going back through history airport it was last week at Bob your restaurant any brand name of any TV or radio they're the major names like Phil colon Motorola and RCA they're also the weird names like silver tone which Sears had or gold star there are plenty of them when I think of these questions are trying to thinking we get between forty and sixty easily so now would you know what I am asking of you old darn Richard in Ontario your first Richard do we have Richard partnered up Richard are you there I'm here Morgan there you are new you weren't part about so you're on the line when I gave the question do you have an answer Xena that's a good one H. the quality goes in before the name goes on that was the slogan but you get zenith so there you go you're qualified well that's good because I didn't want to tell you my embarrassing stories I'll do that subject again expect to hear from you when I do you will and I hope everything's going well for you you're you're a great guy thank you Richard and I wish your on more often yeah I know I know you qualify it would kill me if those are more often I would have been able to go to Vegas you see how I squeezed it so tightly again are feared three thirty a go to Logan airport get on a plane Sunday I land here in Boston sometime around five thirty six o'clock rush hour traffic drive home get a two hour nap if that and here I am again so that well X. if I had been there the night he would kill me what all the best to bargain thank you Richard good night now by now Howard I know you it shows are more often to well we'll see you on Tuesday that's good enough okay how your trip excellent and I do mean excellent did you come back with more than you took with you about the same but then again you know you spend money and pay for a meal you you do they should do that and I'm not easily had final right all gosh darn it yes and I was on my schedule I didn't have to I didn't know it big Elvis knows coming out there so I didn't have to commit a Wednesday and I I didn't like Chris corpsman no I was out there I love I would love to spend time with them but the beauty of it is when you go on vacation you want to go on your time and I had a lot of time to do what I wanted when I wanted and I hear you're welcome back and I had some lock slot machines were very very good to me all right Sir although not clear one time instead of going to Medway Tuesday I went twenty members welcome and I won a couple hundred always go ahead with his own son right now what a quasar you A. Z. a are you qualified hi Angie to say thank you Howard tell me in Ohio welcome back hi Morgan well the these radios are kind of expensive but they're good quality habit see cranes secret yes yeah are you in when they were sponsor yeah I do show yep yeah you can pick up anything with those I know I dropped I dropped mine and I can't get my A. M. signal anymore on it but I've got my little one that I can get my aim signal on it but since the WBZ signal doesn't come in around here as well as it used to I just sit on sit in my office and listen to it online so you got to do thank you very much you're qualified to me thank you let's go to a bar in Bridgewater barb do Bob it was so far isn't going to be there baby Ellen Swampscott will be knowing Morgan good morning and I'm really go with paean sonic there you go Sir if qualified thank you Sir thank you for taking the time to call Tim in Delaware hello to him hello again how are you so talk to you very well and you okay I'm doing fine parents had dish set in our family will lose that had little that's a good a good suggestion so you've got the address and I got I guess for you and I'd I'd love to listen to this guy if you don't get a more hope somebody gets hurt I have over Chino capital of the I will try thank you Sir I will try to shoot it I do listen to you every Friday and Saturday night and you know when people make these requests argue at least make an attempt well right and I appreciate that because yeah there's a question awhile back it'll probably show me said the if you had the opportunity should sit there with that I said hello dear where I said well we have a beer with him but I'd like to sit down have a Cup of coffee but you know cap let him take his brains about the origins of the AFL why he decided to go there close to the NFL absolutely blow my mind they published by answer on the phone well I will try and I have a way to reach out to someone who should be able to reach out to Gino I will try thank you Sir all right you have a wonderful day you too good night now right Dale New Hampshire hello there Hey Morgan I'm gonna go with bows and okay thank you thank you for calling thank you good night now David in San Francisco you will hear more your personal files were holy crow secured on that was a real treat your last drink during that yeah okay have a Horman cord Carnegie radio Harman Kardon K. 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"richard partners" Discussed on LBC Election 2019
"We go any any first time. It was always be uncomfortable isn't it. That's not quite enough anyway. of become become distracted attracted for lyles fluids. They'll say Oh yeah nicky. Morgan is a like Nicky Morgan she. She's been talented both minister on chair of the Treasury Select Committee. She sort of person. You want to see staying in politics so all good sat goldsmith. I mean there is something about you lose and then you you keep the job because you get choked in the House of Lords and I don't like that Goldsmith anyway. That makes me much less keen on. I think that looks a lot more. GPS to be on with a lot more sort of push boy chummy well people saying because he's best friends with Carrie Simmons or visit Simon's I yeah acog excited about too. I think for any Labor politician. Criticize this government for doing this all you. Do you just have to say the words Peter Mandelson bacterium. He didn't easy Peter Mandelson. Nobody was put in the house laws just so he could come back to be Gordon. Brown's Pepsi Mate Trae. But that's but everybody's put in the House of Lords be somebody's Bessie may fault. It's is a fundamental problem with the House of laws. It's undemocratic it needs to go. There ain't much hope house allure question on that. So let's leave a discussion in ever get to that question now. We've had a death in politics over the past few days. It's the death of the independent group for change whereas US change. UK All ever they will action cool by the end on. Soubra had to make the announcement that Having originally set themselves up with the was it eleven. By the time they they set up Then losing people after the euro's and then general election in which not a single one of the those who had left was reelected that really the time. The party had come to an end and I don't you know I. I'm sort of slightly sad that there wasn't more success that came from that attempt to To realign politics but it means that we are well and truly back to the sort of era of say. That you're such a hypocrite. How can you say that you could could have actually been part over if you thought it was vital to realign politics? Well and certain people within the Labour Party convinced me that they were here for the long run and they were going to help to make sure that we didn't need to sell third party. Yes US enough about now. It was my decision and I decided not to go and that was partly because of my experience of the SDP in the nineteen eighties. So yes of course. I take responsibility for that. But it would have been quite interesting for hassle to allow full realignment. You talk about this in the spectator podcast. which shoe disgracefully recorded recorded this week? It's sort of for the lead enough being for the money without any sense of humor whatsoever isn't it. I'll tell you what I listened to that coming up to Norfolk for Christmas on Friday morning. That's helping my life. I'll never forget. I didn't realize it was quite so stay. Mark God and he had to Sorta so at one point. I tried to have a go. It talked about about the program he wasn't he wasn't playing. He wasn't avenue was it was like I'd sorta Donna Great. He fought in very less. Yeah I think we need to talk about the independent shape apology saying that. Anna Super Has a program on LBC. Christmas is by car remember several newbies wreath Davidson is doing a program. Each day this week at nine o'clock in the evening where she's interviewing quite famous people that George Osborne Joan Bakewell Piers Morgan Currently the Suber So she might be interesting addition to the lineup if she does anymore Liam Halligan. He's doing a couple of I mean he's in his debut as the overnight show which I think is probably the most difficult show to present for for a new person because you haven't got that critical massive audience that you have half during the day and overnight listeners overnight callers shall we say a little bit different to the ones during the day I I've always I find it during the night shape. I didn't see any slow. I've never done apart from doing election nights You wouldn't know only night I couldn't I just couldn't Rights let's move on to Donald. Trump's ways I think the Democrats have really kicked themselves in Bollocks by doing this and this whole impeachment thing is going to come back to hold them because they know that they they know the Senate votes to find him guilty because of the maths and the first rule of politics do the the maths. And they all this is just gratuitous dirty politics I think on that power and whatever you think about trump and you and I essentially agree on trump This is actually going to rebound in his favor. I think but if you believe that he has run used his permission to position to who essentially enlist of foreign a foreign country to interfere in the election and if you think he then tried to prevent the proper investigation instigation of that. You sort of have to do something about it. But I don't believe they do think they've you circumstantial official evidence to put a case together but the thing is if you indict a president the the country has got to understand the motivations taking say and be the circumstances in Bill Clinton's case it was very clear to everyone why that happened in Richard Nixon's case though he wasn't actually impeached. In the resigned everyone understood why that happened. I doubt whether if you walked down mainstream America and put shelter. Microphone under People's noses they could actually articulate. Thank you late thirty seconds. Exactly why this is happening. I I I mean as I say I do think there is some justification for it but I don't completely disagree with you. I do think thank you know. There is a problem with politicians essentially trying other politicians. It will always be political and It will of course what it will do is it will strengthen his base and it seems likely now or you know he's hardcore base. It seems likely that he's chance of being reelected in twenty twenty depends on him absolutely firing up the very very hard bass. He's because he's not gonNA reach He's not building anybody. Coalition is not reaching out to anybody and he's going to need everybody who is his hardline supporter for whom you know. He could do almost anything and he would still be the person they wanted as president. He needs them to get out and vote so to that extent. The Democrats are slightly lately playing into his hands. And you're right. I mean one way. It was a bit of a non-event because it was obviously going to happen because the Democrats had got the numbers in the House of Representative. You're right unless something sort of cataclysmic happens. He isn't going to actually be found guilty or wherever the terminology is in the US because the Senate equally on political basis. Not going to do that if you look at the polling for also it's like forty eight forty eight a and I think from the Democrats point of view it needs to be way above of thought. Also you look at the well. They've got to on the candidate selection to fight. Donald Trump eight hundred classified as net. It seems to say I mean I haven't really followed this close normally but at the moment I suppose you have to say that Biden was still the favor and he's totally the wrong person to fight Donald trump from. I think that's right and I and I also you know it's sort of backwards and forwards different people taking the lead. It is not clear and they really do need to get a candidate sooner rather than later so that they can start having a go but it doesn't look as if they they have but when are the winter the prime restart neither of us a real usurp so the geek solid used to be much more of a US than I am now really I think. Donald Trump has sort of killed interested in politics to an extent Well the the Iowa caucuses normally at the end of January beginning of February. And then you have the name. It needs New Hampshire primary But I have to clear some snow somewhere somewhere in the president. They also fiddled with the timetable. Because what you used to have was some of the bigger more populous states like California. Wouldn't have I primary until June or something like that by which time it was already decided so they. They brought their timetables for debate. They did for the last one. I suspect suspect half of this one to say it's not going to be as exciting as trump isn't going to be challenged which I think William wealthy former former governor of Massachusetts said he was going to challenge him. But I don't think anything particularly has come up that say you're not gonNA have primaries on both in both parties like the last time does talk about hate mail because I have hate mail this week. And the Reverend Richard Coles said he had some mm to both both on the same subject Homophobia Richards partner. David died this week very young age and somebody actually write him. Letters saying may is a Christian. Say How glad I am that you'll partner has died and you think well might've eight someone to write something like that. Let me just read you the letter. I got online paper which is normally an indication. Ian Dale within spout wrongly. What a shock to find you are gay? Gays spoke with capital letters. How I just signed the nightclub though to somebody to get Kleenex in your house yes? So that's my that's my son. When weakest weakest washing machines and you're looking lady parts now? It's your son sneezing. Anyway the letter goes on. How can you front a show at L. B. C. in that condition? I will certainly never listen to another of your programs. It is not Nice Charles. How Charles Exactly? How how? He doesn't know how he knows. Something's not nice when he's never done it. You'd have to question now. I have to say when I saw all that kind of roared with laughter and I showed it to everyone And then I thought well actually that still on this so we did and it was basically sort of how people think like this. Why is homophobia still a thing? What's happening now? The castle go how dogs are being removed from the room by my youngest son. You honestly think he's almost Mr Radio Professional. Yes he was the one that supplied me with with hot Lebanon's honey on election night and did a very good job. A A tacoma. DESCRIBE IT W- It is quite interesting. I think the people sit down and write letters is like I mean. I'm sure obviously there people think these things but to actually bite someone a letter and he probably regarded himself as a Christian. I think he's not a very Christian thing and to do and you know sometimes we right imam way paddle cell phone about our backs as a country and say look the look at the progress us as being made for LGBT people look no there's equal marriage says you know every people very accepting and then you realize the the actually the ease of deep vein of Homophobia. I don't think they were very many people but clearly for them it is. They have not moved on in their attitudes and They can be as hateful as they were both to you. And as you say to to Richard Coles one I I. Can't you know I'm not a christened Christian but I sort of vaguely subscribe but it is so obvious anybody that that is not a Christian. The thing to do and it's just full of hate an awful and what you realize is that there are young people who perhaps are not sure about their sexuality or there are people people who perhaps haven't been able to come out because of their religious or cultural backgrounds that are facing that sort of hate and then you can sort of understand that we still have an awful long way to go. I actually should we Some questions because we've got a lot to get through them. We we have to start she like oh I I well first of all let me say amy has asked us a question which is what's your political highlight and low light being this year and why we ain't going to answer me because Ian has just pointed out we're doing a whole program Reviewing the year and with some awards. So we'll do that then Endale how did this is from Doug Massey in del how'd you been successful in becoming an MP and found yourself in the cabinet. What cabinet post would you have liked to hold? We'll have said this many times signs but secretary of State for transport because I just think that is a post which is underrated. It's where you can actually do a lot of things rather than say a lot of things you can actually do things to improve people's lives and basically I would embark in the biggest road building program. This country had ever seen. Yeah Green credentials. I'm right go onto you do. I'm John Kelly. At what point did you realize the Tories were heading for a landslide. Victory we Pundits saying Labor vases didn't turn out but as a Tory share barely raise and we know much of the Labor heartless voted conservative. Could it be torey remain as couldn't couldn't vote for Corbin say just didn't vote I didn't really think the Tories were headed for a landslide..
"richard partners" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore
"Completely wasted and that was when it was like. You can't even go a day. Okay clearly there's a problem in a we talk about. If you're not sure that you're an alcoholic or an addict tried some controlled drinking drinking and see how that goes. I got drunk. That's all that one. So the next day I went back picked up another white ship and that was that's my sobriety birthday. It was February Sixteenth Twenty February Nineteen Twenty Sixteen So socially loved in January of Twenty Six. It was it. Was it drinking since then. I've been totally sober. No drinking no drugs. That's amazing. Congratulations so in. January of Twenty sixteen in our revenue was like seventeen thousand in February with sixteen thousand in March was thirty nine thousand and the following January about the company I invested lasted in it with Richard Partner. So sales were going great. We were getting momentum people trusting us so I'm sorry I wanNA backup so eric got out Eric Company to me in Richard Okay but we had majority okay so it was so eric moved on but socially loved continue with you and richer exactly now things are looking better. Things are good so so in twenty seventeen things were going great. We had profit prophet. We were taking distributions. We were getting momentum. We were looking at opening other markets. Like everything was amazing Doing well through this. I was doing great happy. You know in a we talk about the pink cloud like everything's amazing is so good And I think over time of doing doing the right things you know whether it's sobriety or just staying religious a plan and focus on your goals over time you get momentum and then you kind of start to see how consistently assistant consistency pays off and you get really excited because you have hope you know your consistency is actually moving the needle. And you're like oh my gosh like like I'm doing it and doing the thing this is it so you know I have been working on getting sober and doing the things since I left my my ex fiance. You know ten nine years earlier so like finally so things are going good But I I had to work so hard for us to make budget because we had all of this startup that from all of those different ideas that we hadn't in paid for we were no longer capitalized. And you know there was just there was a lot of pressure for me and you know. I'm the kind of person that I can go. One hundred miles an hour for for about fifteen minutes and then I need a break. So you know that's not good for business revenue if that's your soul producer you know like it's okay if someone does it but than somebody needs to come and pick up the slack. There wasn't anyone to pick up the slack for me in overtime. I just kind of realized like what's going to happen if if I want to have a baby or what's going to happen if I want to take a vacation or you know it's always going to be like never goes away. It's it's I'm as long as I am the sole producer. It's always GonNa be on my shoulders. Richard wasn't involved illness sales in creative. So and he's amazing at it he's so good So yeah he's he's amazing photography he built our entire distribution process. You know he kind of really did everything else. And I did sales. He managed our social media media blog. The creative the putting the book together. I mean honestly the company was really built on Richard. I just just made the sales so obviously sales are super important. But I couldn't sell the books if the books weren't beautiful and everywhere so it was really a joint effort you he complimented each other well on paper in real life we did not we. Didn't I mean we just are very very similar to to a fault and I think That was really hard on us and it was really hard on our on. Our team It was really hard on Eric. And eventually like Eric moved moved away to Colorado and we were just kind of like all right. Well it's up to us and we can't agree on anything so you know we just kind of like as long as we stayed in our own lanes and did our job. Everything was great but the minute we had to like. Sit Down and solve a problem. It was a nightmare. And eventually you decided to move. Move on yourself. I just didn't want to sell advertising anymore. Hide I missed doing hair and I really wanted something that would allow me to start a family. And so I Subclan and so measures to Richard and picked up my says areas and started doing here again and so I took a brief tour of helping Vail Food Co build their catering division. I love building business. I have some experience in it. I knew a lot of small business owners who need to cater and I liked to build process and so I really just stepped over at avail for a little while to help create those processes With sunny he was a client clan of ours at socially loved love him to pieces. were very like minded with you. Know the tenacity that we attack our goals So glad I got to mentor under sunny for a short time. He really taught me that my threshold for stress needed to grow Because I'm very emotional. And you know I have learned learned. Just I mean you work in food service you learn how to deal with stress. Let me tell you and I think it was just like one more or less than that. I needed to get before I really stepped on my own. A sole owner of my very own businesses the transition period was excellent. I got a lot of free food. Good food healthy food. which was great because I did a fitness this competition through the process which you know made it really easy for prepping right? I was definitely fueled by Vail and I won fifth place so the sister did want to get into that. So we'll jump over that real quickly so in the middle of all this. You decided that you wanted to be a a bikini. Fitness competitor her. So I wanted to do bikini competitions since I moved to Tallahassee but it's not very complimentary to the active addiction lifestyle and then once I got sober sober. My focus really needed to be on your body to look good if you're not healthy because that seems acquires a lot of discipline which addicts don't typically have And then also my focus was really unbuilding socially loved and so working with Vail I we just had the flexibility and support that I needed to go after this goal. That sounds like kind of an all in Kinda thing right one hundred percent. Yeah there is no oh I mean you really. You're not going to do all of you if you don't fully commit to doing a show I met my coach through instagram. She's amazing still work with her today. Hey we actually have about a year. October six will be a year from US working together. you still doing that in any capacity not training I show. I'm training for life okay. It's a lifestyle so the workouts the training. The Diet. It's for you not not to be on stage just for your own definitely compete again again. One day after a baby right so okay. That's the goal. Sounds like a good goal. Okay Fun to work on that. Go all right veil and then you get doc into so. I actually started doing Harrigan while I was still at Vale I had enough clients. That didn't really want to do them in my bathroom anymore. DOC and so I had started renting a room at a salon just on Saturdays. The owner didn't work there on Saturdays so he rented her space for like fifty the bucks a day and eventually my Saturdays were books and I knew I didn't WanNa stay in food service..
"richard partners" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"And thanks for coming by so the Chinese relationship with the U. S. big meeting coming up tomorrow between our president and there's so not only you know you look around at some of the some of the products and you look at apple you go why I understand I understand there are there well I I've read their story ago really so you are not you have not been able to figure out how to make computers officially in Austin Texas Austin if you don't but you're not familiar with Austin it is really it's a Silicon Valley lot of big tech companies dell computer is headquartered there there's a lot of big tech companies in Austin Texas and argue and apples is yeah we can't figure out how to do it I don't believe for a second I told you I was Carl Quintanilla from with any of from CNBC's over ahead of this G. twenty meeting in Osaka he stopped the one over early and stopped in Vietnam and you weren't listening the other day I was talking about his reporting he was in this factory as far as the eye could see it was bigger than a football field were all these people huddled over sewing machines and they were making clothing items yeah they had I don't know ten thousand things ever making for Nike and then the same factory with the same materials make another ten thousand products for adidas and then another ten thousand products for is that they they just all these different US companies with clothing being manufactured at this factory in Vietnam Carl was saying Vietnam doesn't have the infrastructure to be able to handle the influx from China of all these companies so call companies that want to move out of China and go over to Vietnam so instead what they're doing is they're shipping out of China their products to Vietnam and they slap a new label on the on the box so when it arrives at the US supported says it's from Vietnam and therefore doesn't get a terror so their their their game in the system as you would expect but this is even worse advanced micro devices Kato T. from Brian Spiegel over the Wall Street journal reporting on this A. M. D. the two giant chip makers in the United States which really are the leaders of the world our Intel and advanced micro devices AMD so A. M. D. read and do all kinds of financial struggles couple of vote three years ago and in order to turn the company around they made a decision to help Chinese partners develop advanced computer chip technology and this was alarming to the U. S. to the point where just last week after years of friction our commerce department issued an order that effectively bars several Chinese entities including AMD's partners from obtaining American technology in the rear well it's it's here's the problem it's too late because the Chinese versions Bob AMD chips already are rolling off production lines in China and this technology that we have given to them we have taught them is helping China in this race with the US to build the next generation of supercomputers so guess who is one of AMD's Chinese partners a military Chinese military contractor they're already using those tips to build what may prove to be the world's fastest supercomputer but this was a game changer for China they have struggled for decades to match the supercomputing power that we have because of their inferior chips one product that China has struggled to master and they've not been able to do it until AM D. came along and what a M. D. gives China is access to state of the art ships there called X. eighty six chips they're only made by AMD and Intel in the in the world they were but now you've got a Chinese military contractor who was taught how to make the chips by A. M. D. U. S. general retired brigadier general Robert Spaulding said is the keys to the kingdom everything in the military defense world is built on the X. eighty six so A. M. D. put out a statement going well we will continue to comply with all U. S. laws too late so this all goes back to October of two thousand fourteen when Lisa sue S. U. is our last name was named chief executive officer AMD company was desperate for cash its bills were mounting its revenue was declining its stock it dipped down to three dollars a share and SO three weeks after getting the top job miss sue who is a was born in Taiwan she got on the next plane to Beijing met with Chinese ministry officials and China's vice minister Richard partner with China to G. mutual benefits mutual might what so this was basically a bailout for a China bailed out AMD and now AMD is making significant contributions to China's national defense and security what are we doing Chinese government gave A. M. D. a lifeline two hundred and ninety three million dollars in licensing fees plus royalties on the sales of any chips that the that they develop they got another check for Beijing three hundred seventy one million dollar pay out for selling eighty five percent ownership in two of its semiconductor factories in China and Malaysia to what entity controlled by basically the Chinese government at its mission call the circuit industry investment fund its mission is to develop China's indigenous chip industry they did not know how to do it they made inferior chips they could not get a super computer really going Intel AMD gave them the secrets so I don't these are the kinds of things that the US and China are going to be sitting across from each other talking about then you can see why China's going these Polish Americans will will get there will get their technology will just we will by hook or by crook we'll figure out a way to do it we will look for companies like AMD if anybody has any financial problem no problem all right Jack Hey M. D. fell for and out of here although we comply with U. S. laws so I I mean this is why quite bluntly is more than just it's more than just a of a ten percent or a twenty five percent tariff on a pair of tennis shoes this is the Chinese are going for control of industries and technology and super computers and making their military stronger and better by using the secrets that we have given to their country so that's what the country that's what that's what the negotiators are up against I know we talk about jobs here and everything else but this is much deeper than the number of jobs that they've stolen this is about knowledge intellectual properties did they install or we gave them to all eight five five two nine five to sixty.
"richard partners" Discussed on 97.1 The Ticket
"Subscribe if you'd be so kind and it. I hate this team. I just know they're gonna do something dumb. I'm good acquiring. Conley. But no way with a first rounder. Pistons of the worst drafting team in the league. I don't care if they give up the pixie that that that's where you let off you. Let them off the hook. And I I hate them. And we do have a. Somewhat piece of breaking news five minutes ago from the ethnic James Edwards. He said, according to a league source the pistons and jazz are the current front runners to land, Mike Conley? There. So we keep hearing it. Way out. Oh my God. It says Detroit Memphis at a conversation about Casale a month ago, but nothing manifested from those early engagements. So now the process of elimination has killed any suspense Conley is very much on Detroit's raider. You guys are giving me high anxiety regarding the Conley rumor, please God, let someone else make them more ridiculous offer for him. That's the problem. There is no one offering for him to be quite honest. Like, not many people are interested in a thirty two year old overpaid point guard when an injury history, that's not really something. Sexy Utah's offer would probably be Rubio eggs zoom. And I. Not much. Utah's pick would be lower than yours your offer. Reggie lure. I dunno. Maybe another filler. And then you're I mean, that's I think that's a long and short of it. I just all my God. Oh my God here. Well, just sit down you got to hear this. You got to hear this. No, you gotta hear it. 'cause like you guys out there made fun of me for being worried about this. And now, I'm telling you this maniac is going to do this. Bob, you gotta stop them. Go ahead. I know what you're about to read. Go ahead. Sully just read it to me. And you and you in that Richard partner years. Hey, hey, hey, Mr. arrogance. You just made fun of me out there because I said jeeze boys realize really worried about this. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Six more inches. As you just saw. We'll see it again. Yeah. So James Edwards at the athletic. According to a league source, pistons and jazz are the current two front runners land, Mike Conley, I refuse to believe that Ed Stefanski and rose possibly entertain this deal. It's not about them. They work for the overlord. For Beverly Hills. Tom this would mean that we have yes-men here. Yeah. Well, do you think Gore's the knows who Conley is and desperately has no idea. Mike is the worst part. The worst part about this though is the jazz have better assets to offer the raptors would theoretically better assets to offer. So that would mean the pistons are basically going to have to outbid themselves aren't offering any of their sweet sweet candy. It's Rubio the corpse of eggs zoom. And I that's it. But I'm not by anything two days before the Lakers say they're out of the people say the Lakers are outer still plenty of time to browse. We take so much. I can't see scenario where they give a first round pick lottery pick. Come all Kyle. What's that famous? Pe- were come on. What's that were come on say, I can't.
"richard partners" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
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"richard partners" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Is putting health and pharmacy services within reach of every one we serve express scripts is going to move on as a subsidiary of cigna tim went worth is the ceo of express scripts will be the president of that subsidiary there will be four members of the express scripts board the joint cigna's board the combined company is going to be called signalled the headquarters will be in bloomfield connecticut and that'll be the headquarters for the combined company the express scripts subsidiary will continue to be headquartered right here in st louis county they expect this deal to be finished by december 31st 2018 but of course approvals from the government could delay that somewhat as we've seen with a lot of big healthcare deals including the one with humana that was scuttled last year and cvs amp thumb and the other health care companies that are working on merging right now this could also bring out some other suitors for express scripts perhaps walgreens by put in a bid or amazon and until this is closed cigna at express scripts will continue to operate as independent companies so going through the information that's coming out about this deal will certainly have the latest for you one total information am i will let's talk about another they're expansion in the st louis area that would be the big brothers big sisters bigs in blue program the first chapter of the bigs in blue program actually began ten years ago connecting st louis area youth or and lidl's as they are known with men and women in law enforcement in these st louis police department big brothers big sisters ceo becky hatter richard partnered with ben keeper pulley dan i firm anticartel and adams were public go to create big blue knowing that we need to have war police officer building trusting and enduring relationship with our little brothers and sisters in their family and now the partnership is being expanded to include seven area police departments st rose county ferguson fluorescent maryland heights normandy and st louis community college hatter says families will maintain the option to allow their child to be mentor by a police officer were not carol dan you'll newsradio eleven twenty kmox coming up in the news at five fifty two it's international women's day and there's news about amelia erhart we'll get to that in at five fifty two and the.