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"richard side" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

Talentos para o Sucesso

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"richard side" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso

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"richard side" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:52 min | 5 months ago

"richard side" Discussed on WTVN

"Artist did you not get to see? And now they're gone. And you won't get too But first, what is the relationship between oil prices and inflation and let's bring in host of managing to be wealthy? Sunday nights at six right here on 16 W T. V, and I speak of John 16 a good afternoon, John. How are you, sir? Morning, my friend. How are you doing? Good. Thank you. Well, I thought I'd pick a kind of an intellectual topic here for the listeners. After all, you may have noticed, we're beginning to experience inflation. And of course, your first indicator is gas pump. That's oil. So we know over the years, the oil and the inflation have been a a synchronized. And so if you're going to plan your life, and you're going to plan for inflation One of the things you want to do is see if you can observe any indicators, but it's going to go up or down, so we know that when oil prices go up, typically, that in place is going to be larger. So the effects of the levels of inflation in the economy they increase when oil prices go up. Is a strong relationship between inflation and the prices during the 19 seventies. You know, we're kind of going behind. Back to the 19 seventies. So I'm going to talk a little bit about that. But you may have noted that there's a strong correlation and the 19 seventies were not good times, my friend. Which reminds me, Josh, I'm going to have one of those eights before my number next march. So be careful there, Er, so I had to have that It's going to be around. 87 is right. Right? Okay. So in the 19 eighties Relationship between oil and consumer prices has diminished a little bit. And now just because people are beginning to catch on, they want too complicated a little more and the consumer price him in index, which is normally the consumer prices next. Has now kind of been replaced as far as the relationship between oil and inflation by a new one. Call the PPE that's a producer price index. So you want to pay attention to that as well, Pick up the Wall Street Journal or a good paper and look this stuff up. Okay, so inflation is increased because it puts its the major input into our economy. It causes helps us fund critical activities bike, you know, I don't know. Transportation. For heating our homes or making plastic or so many other things that we take for granted every day, But it is going up and all those prices are gonna go up. So your financial planning You need to be aware of this and provide for inflation in your life. The relationship between oil and inflation was evident in the 19 seventies. As I said. The price rose. The great deal that went from Are you ready for this? $3 a barrel before 1973 all the way up to $30 a barrel by 1979. Those were pretty raucous times. So that kind of inflation. I think it's coming back again. So be prepared for that. So these trends Are important for you to know so you can plan cash flow of your budget so you don't run out of money or get priced out or find yourself not having enough money to buy gasoline. I don't want to run to the pump, spend an extra $90 and you weren't prepared for it. So that was a little bit of education on inflation. And I thought that might help you out. Yeah, very helpful. Absolutely. Managing to be wealthy. You can get a lot more help with John. Sunday nights at six as John Sistine a. He is the host of that managing to be wealthy right here on 6 10 w T V N. Thanks, brother. We'll talk to you next week. Already take care. Your ABC six first warning, Weather and chief meteorologist Marshall McPeak. He's joining us now and the hot, humid weather. Sticky weather continues in the nineties for the next several days, and, uh are we going to get any rain? Any moisture at all? I mean, it can be hit and miss, right? Yes, it's that really random sort of stuff that pops up in the afternoon. So yes, it's possible. But there's not a guarantee It's going to water your lawn. So just be prepared for these random pop ups over the next several days. Better chance. Where'd he go? Do we lose him? Did we lose him? Yeah, I guess I guess we did. I'll have to, uh, there he dropped out. If you can hear is Marshall, We can't hear you. Yes. All of a sudden, He just dropped out. I'll, uh There he goes. We'll get that working on later. Absolutely. All right. Um So yeah, thank you for listening. It is the Mark Blazer show along with Josh cease And as we talked about at the top of the show, Drummer for the Rolling Stones dead at the age of 80. Charlie Watts. Um And you know, I was talking about two with him A couple of weeks ago, he went in for a procedure a medical procedure and as a result, it was completely successful. They go on to say this is an article from a few weeks ago. But his doctors concluded that he needs proper rest and recuperation and rehearsals were starting because they were going to tour starting September 26th. And so they have Steve Jordan, which is the drummer for Keith Richards Side Project that was going on. He is going to be drumming now on the Rolling Stones tour. But from this, you know those procedures, saying he needs rest and recuperation. They weren't indicating anything serious was going on. But clearly something very serious happened. And, um, they're not indicating exactly what As of right now, so we started thinking what band or artist did you not get a C and now they're gone and you won't get to I did not see the Rolling Stones. I've never seen them live. And one for me was Tom Petty. I was my wife and I talked. We were going to probably go and see him. And it literally was right before he ended up dying and clearly couldn't continue touring. So that was one. I was like, Dad gone it, man. That was somebody. I did not get a C and now they're gone. And I won't get too so back to the legacy Retirement group dot com. Phone lines were getting some really good calls. Bill. Thank you for waiting all this time and tell me the band or artist you didn't get to see Grand fry in the Eagles. When they were going to go to Vegas. Yeah. Do you remember about when that was That was about a year and a half two years ago. Okay. I was going to go. We were going to go and my wife said no. He's dead now. Yeah, So I mean, That was two. It might have been three years ago. But it was it was not that far. Ask, and, uh his son ended up doing the gig. Yeah, that would have. Definitely, Bill. Thanks. That would have definitely been a good one. For sure to check out. Hey, John. Thanks for waiting all this time. And what banner artists. Didn't you get a C and now they're gone and you don't get to Way back in the day they before? Never mind. They had an album called Bleach and Nirvana used to play Stashes all the time, So I got word that they were coming, so I got in line and literally. Shut the door in my face. I was the next one in line. Oh, no. And that clearly was, uh, that was clearly obviously prior to Kurt killing himself, But, uh, but how long that was before they blew up. Obviously. How about 90? And then 91. Yeah. Wow. That's crazy, man. You were You know what? I think I had heard that they played Stashes a lot prior to really getting huge. But, um That's crazy to hear. Yeah, you were literally just shut out. Just barely shut out and then obviously didn't get to see him live. Yep, That was it, man. That's crazy. Thanks, John. You know, there are a lot of people who don't believe he actually really offed himself. But that's an entirely different show. Hey, Maggie. Thank you for waiting and tell me what band or artist did you not get a C and now they're gone and you don't get to Well, actually, it's I got a double or double play for you. Okay back, and I was a junior senior. I can't remember. In high school we had myself. My sister and a friend had tickets to go see Leonard scared And then we heard about the plane crash. Wow. Do you still have those tickets or how did that work? It was Jimmy Carter years..

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"richard side" Discussed on Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

07:49 min | 8 months ago

"richard side" Discussed on Two Guys to the Dark Tower Came: A Podcast about Stephen King and His Books

"Let's start the show with amelia. Williams is hostage. Ben richards is able to avoid being killed and bluff his way onto an airplane by threatening to blow up himself and others with explosives with lead. Hunter evan mccone aboard the plane. Richard is made an offer from producer. Dan killian become hunter for the running man. Show richards considers it but when he finds out his wife and daughter have been killed he kills everyone on the plane but amelia sending her out with a parachute he then pilots. The plane directly into the games building were killian sits. Whoa heavy stuff. There's something that hadn't occurred to me till just now did amelia make it. We don't know kind of assume in hope that she did. She jumped out of a plane with a parachute but she was like really hesitant and scared and a bad mental state. I don't even know if she jumped out of the plane. It seemed like she got sucked out of the plane. Did it. yeah yeah. It was like an explosive door hatch of some kind right. It seemed obvious like of course. She's she's fine. Richards went to a lot of trouble to preserve her safety to the extent possible and was worried about her and how she would fare after. This ordeal was behind her. Can hope that there is a you know. An after for towns like We've got plot for the running man to yes. The deadening are. Let's talk a little bit about this The story comes to an end here. Sort of quickly right. We ended the last section with richards in williams. Heading up to some soldiers. And now we get to see the aftermath of all that as richard's bluffs his way onto the plane and the back and forth between him and mccone and him and killian and then. Finally the the the finale here. But let's try to put this all together and figure out what it means and one of the things that killian calls out when they're having the discussion on the plane is that he thinks ben richards is screwed up. He's like i told you. Richards to stay with your people and that meant staying low to the ground. And now you're up in the plane and you're around all my people so this is going to be your downfall and so let's talk a little bit about richard's people who are they and what does what what does that mean in this context i kind of divided into three sections three groups of people. I think there are the obvious ones the not so obvious ones the ones that richards winds over along the way i'll start with the obvious ones. These are the people in the lower classes. The poor people like richard and people like specifically bradley in practice who actively help him and also educate him and give him a something bigger than himself to fight for. These characters are obvious members of richard's people for those reasons they want to help him. They reach out to him. They support him there to make sure that richards either causes as much damage as Possible or can spread their message to as many people as possible right. The not so obvious ones are the ones that just kind of surprised me along the way like the pilot and co-pilot on the plane we we find out at one point. There's a sort of an aside seen it's just the two of them in the cockpit of the airplane and like kind of rooting for this guy. Yeah i would like it for richards to win the game. That would be great and they're not so much like i want this person to get all that money on all the prizes. I think they see something in themselves or something in society that ought to change or richard represents all that is maybe the potential of all. That could be better if he were to win so like his success means society is somehow salvaged. Right or or improved. They might not have thought that deeply about it but they're still rooting for his success. I got the sense on another not so obvious. One would be the media in this case So richard realizes that he sort of in a in a hard place when he has his hostage and that it'd be very easy for the network to just kill him in the hostage and ceo richards. Did it or it was an accident or something else and he sees that the only way around that is to get the media involved in maybe have them watching which was sort of a surprise to me because i didn't realize in the society that there was a free media but richard is able to use that to his advantage and maybe the media is not seeing richards as somebody that they to win. But he's at least a good story and we'll keep them on the edge of their seats in a way that is different from what the propaganda that the network puts out. Now we we learn at some point that there is silly pulitzer prize. Yes he's going to win it. Gosh darn it. And then the there the characters that richards wins over along the way one of those would be amelia herself and i think keli richards actions both in his refusal to lose is kind of unstoppable survival instinct in luck and getting help with just the right times when he needs. It is willingness to keep pushing forward. No matter how grave his his injuries are wins over these other characters. Amelia williams i distinct richards madman is going to do nothing but cost her arm and and things like that and then comes to realize that everything. He's told her has been true and he's not a bad guy he's just in a tight spot. She has to make a decision at some point to buy into the truth. Richards a shared or kind of go back to like a more comfortable life that she had before meeting richards and she decides to stick with richard side. She continues the lot. Yup that richard needs her to to tell so that his bluff can keep can continue. And that's a big move for somebody like amelia's character. It would be really easy for her. To say is bluffing. I wanna go back to my easy life and be safe again. Yep but she doesn't do it because she knows the truth now richardson's one or over and by the end of the story when killian offers richards that job i think killian sees him as like possibly better even better than mccone affected. He's eluded mccone the fact he hasn't that mccone has They're like at a stalemate on this airplane and richard still has as mccone under his control. He even went over a little bit the crowd as they're out there. You get that sense that it's similar to what was happening in the long walk where the crowd is almost a character in there it seemed like the crowds there in hopes of seeing somebody die and there's a little bit of that here too because the crowd noses there's action but when the police start to turn the crowd turns on the police and they start throwing rocks and saying hey let him go and they're the ones who he's won over earlier if you remember those crowds probably were very different from the crowds that were in the audience when richard was first introduced and they were yelling at him get him get him and he escaped goat but here.

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"richard side" Discussed on Winning Plays

Winning Plays

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"richard side" Discussed on Winning Plays

"Or I'll just put it to the back court I feel like there's three options here you could have TV or string blinker you have Smart fingers turning point guard to start a season or uoft and smart starting together to start the season with and then obviously pumping ground into them up to the 3 in the 4 a.m. do you have a preference there is it very bad if to get starting like what what do you what do we think on this one I imagine he has you know at least the inside track time like regular minutes whether they're black or if we have a bunch I think there's so little playmaking on the bench that they have to have tea coming off the bench sort of in a similar way to when smart would come off the bench last year at times even though he was the six months there was somebody else was being elevated maybe in to roll and it was sort of like well we want to maintain that playmaking coming off the bench is usually what what Brad would say I think you have that same situation with Tigress like if you start both of them together birth Then there's just like nothing like a printer has to be really good. Yeah, not only and it's like those those bench units where I was saying before like Jalen is going to have to play some of them that role if you put it into those lineups with like there's just no help there and and that's what I was getting at with like I think you need to you know, sort of devise a line up where there's somebody who's helping him with playmaking. You can't just give him the money and say like here you go. Here's a rookie point guard like you sort of have to get enough playmaking in in those events units and that might be like T and Pritchard and that's where Richard sides comes into a little bit more play along with Jaylin and you know, like I said Tristan Thompson and Grant Williams or somewhere like you have to kind of build a line up that that works. So to me, I don't think he should be starting but considering my track record with predicting Brad Stevens rotations. He will start every single game. So is there any scenario where smart comes off the bench? For their just do to Captain to like be not just cuz Stevens Loves Him Off the Bench but like be the the the leader of those guys wage, um in terms of playmaking and then, you know,.

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"richard side" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

The Plastic Podcasts

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"richard side" Discussed on The Plastic Podcasts

"What i learned a when. I was admitted in circumstances and yeah it was six months of age. I started in the for the hudson's hung's which was for the younger children. And then i moved on three and a half a pint State that until i was when i went to stay with my mother and stepfather. I'm going to talk about that in a second if i may. But first of all let's rewind slightly until your to your mother and father meeting. I mean you've talked about in in your book but They met at cambridge didn't they. That's fine my mother was in her. Another was studying classics. She went in one thousand nine hundred five so the last year of the second world war. She got scholarship. And your mother's irish. Yes heritage in the sense that it was her. Great grandparents was the generation that were born talking armand. My grandparents were born in liverpool in eighteen. Ninety six and my mother was born in liverpool in nineteen twenty six. I actually commissioned genealogists from dublin to look into irish richard side fascinating because there wasn't much records except my great aunt. Cade had written a letter to mind cousin setting out. Quantum bits of family history on the genealogy said that that was upset. Fantastic those with the If the clues that he needed to explore much much much more deeply into our irish have and he was able to go back to the eighteen forties. Maywood as good work actually. That's very good work with the lack of where you know. Show the record. Dot billion for various reasons terms of the one of the key sentences eighteen something other eight was fire in dublin. Destroyed destroyed lots of of the of the records but it was the church records coast where everybody registered at birth and death in the church in omlund thought in this country is wrong dot spin a huge source of information for many people looking for their family history so your mother is of our heritage in studying classics at cambridge at cambridge. And my father was nigerian and he hadn't been awarded a scholarship to study law in again in cambridge. And we're talking about the second period of the second world war. My father came over in nineteen forty two in the middle of the second world war. I thought was interesting. He started his studies. I think trinity hole on my mother. I was nineteen forty-five at newnham college to study classics. I don't. I've never found out how they met or anything like that would have be nice but by the time i was really curious about the the both deceased any us. Anybody so your your your mother your mother your father and you follow the metro mother. And you -able nine months and nineteen forty seven and my mother wasn't married and catholic. The whole irish catholic heritage can imagine so you can just unimaginable. The shock was for my mother when she was pregnant. And i've only caught is quite good that i had this. I have the oral history from my aunts. My mother's youngest sister unfairly very close to him and my mother wouldn't didn't tell parents she was pregnant. It was my grandmother. The realized situation when she was finishing signed address for my skirt was during the fitting tight. Measure around my mom's waste when she six months pregnant of my grandmother quickly. What the situation was to horror. Everybody's ora my grandfather was a stalwart of the catholic church was friends with the local parish priest and he went straight the parish priest to seek advice and they and also. My mother was a bright student at cambridge university. You know it was a bit of status going on there and a desire to enable another to complete studies which she didn't in the end but not due to lack of support. I mean i think some of retaliation that my mother to drop out in spite of oil oil the connections and support that she got between the church and my family on university university Knew that she was pregnant. They told that she talked to nervous. Breakdown Bring a billeting enough Island at an for me. When i came across these papers i was fascinated because i was bought up very much in a strict catholic environment in a company. Come on and on my contact with the catholic church lasted until i was sixteen. When i left my gren-grenada grandma mother's house and you know you're taught never to lie and bitter and sort of see all these papers. The collusion going on between the church and the university said university to so the lies that were being told and think well. That's interesting so you can lie in certain circumstances but not in others but there was a multi support from my mother had to sign. Yes so at three months old you will take it into the Into the care of the church. Six six months was taken into the father. Hudson's homes which were in birmingham. And i stayed the Until i was five. I think and then i moved to the not with house convent. The children's side again in birmingham and my memories of nostrils I don't remember. I vaguely have a memory of being on the verandas as a toddler so that would have been the father hudson sons. But it's it's not with house children's home that i remember that i started describing intensify memoirs. Blow your resort overall..

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"richard side" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"richard side" Discussed on Pantheon

"Years. So, you know, it's not even a new thing. It's been going on for a while. I was I was teaching a graduate seminar at USC. This was I'd say eight or nine years ago. And you know, it's USC University film school. I'm in this, you know graduate seminar and you know, it is overwhelmingly like upper middle class and rich white kids in graduate school at u s c e That's cool and almost to a person they all said this is the music I would listen to because it would piss my parents off and I you know based on their age and everything at the time we're talking about, you know people in the early nineties, maybe throughout the nineties and I mean I'm of the generation that created his own now. I've been connected to it from the jump in some way or another directly or indirectly. So it's kind of interesting for me to be in that situation and I'm like, okay like, you know about this culture of hip-hop is you know, sort of connected People based on wanting to rebel against their parents and what better way to rebel against your parents if you're white live in the suburbs and listen to this music is coming out of you know, the inner city as pushing all these buttons and boundaries. So, you know rock and roll at this point when I would mention this to certain people dead. Quickly saying I'm speaking of you know certain white people that I don't listen to that. That's my parents me. They were offended that almost they were offended but it was like they wanted to make clear that that's not how I wanted to be identified that you know, they made fun of like their parents were listening to it. I have a very close friend and his son, you know often says to me I'm just trying to get bad to listen to some other than the Grateful Dead like so that generational split now, you know, all these people I'm referring to her in there, you know, mid-to-late thirties about early forties, so it's been going on for a while. So that's why Rock'n'Roll to be sounds kind of historical what I hear it. Yeah. I mean like art we've talked about this too often like the rock as a genre is not that popular anymore or like we've talked about this Joe like radio stations in La like I can name. Or five hip-hop and rap stations. I can name two rock stations and but they're you know, they're I can look like a rock and roll and yeah, and there's even a division for that one o s not the one ALT 98.7. There's a there's a divide between you know, what was kind of the the basis for or the foundation for a lot of The Rock was classic rock and you know, I used to have two of those and them now the one has been folded into Christian music which I don't know if there's a metaphor the air but yeah the the idea of when we when you said Rock right you didn't say rock and roll because oh yeah, I forgot about Jose Theory. I do think there's a split where you lose the role and then you're you're losing. You know the kind of Sam Cooke dead. Little Richard side of rock and roll you're then you're focusing on rock and then you go down this British Invasion path. And then you you lose the soul you lose the R&B but I think that a troll used to I think the role used to mean something Joe thinks the role was like the soul of rock and roll like if you just have Rock it's just like a stupid white guy with a guitar. But if you have you have to have the role in it to give it a little bit of soul to give it a little depth flavor. I think one point maybe that was true. I often wage about somebody like Louis Jordan to me Louis. Jordan is really the.

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"richard side" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"richard side" Discussed on Pantheon

"Such enormous success. Yeah I mean I. I think that the. Jimmy Webb was. Frustrated because. He wanted to push the envelope and he wanted to. Basically Excel and develop as a songwriter. and then Glen Campbell very much. Quite quickly I he became. A kind of middle of the road entertaining and a pejorative and he was very mainstream and he continued to court the country audience. And by the seventies or eighties, it'd become cutting off. Forgotten Act. He'd become a very mainstream middle of the road of be grade Performa He wasn't interested wasn't remotely interested in pushing the envelope whereas Jimmy Webb who was equally sort of shunned I suppose was trapped in a in a in a world where. He was considered to be someone from the path to was trying to subvert. This sort of the great American. Classic Song where is he always considered himself to be more inventive than that and We're probably have. Prefer to have been embraced by the counterculture time. Yeah I mean he he was out there performance as a singer songwriter and this is era and other songwriters carole king and James Taylor and Jackson Browne. Even who had a pretty weak voice are finding enormous success as part of the singer Songwriter Movement but Jimmy what was never accepted? As. Part of that other personally accepted by some of those folks. But not I think a lot of it is due the fact that. He's probably a better songwriter singer I mean he's still performs now. But I went to see him perform and when I interviewed him for the Book and when he does, he's GonNa Supper, Club gigs they're brilliant man the atmosphere is fantastic and the stories that he tells a great too but it's the whole package. And Yeah you kinda get the feeling that people going because they want to hear Jimmy Webb. Sing Sing and talk about these great songs that he wrote from from his cannon But I think he'd even say the himself I mean he he is not the world's best singer. And definitely held him back and we know Glen Campbell was held back by some personal demons. He he was fighting the classic dichotomy that you hear about when you study American Song is you know whether it's Glen Campbell or Marvin Gaye or green or prince there's this. Bible thumping. Party Jacqueline Hyde thing going on and Glen Campbell. You know this is a guy who wrote songs like less less of me. It's really beautiful religious. Cinnamon of being gentle and thinking about other people I. Meanwhile, he's doing things like Marion a teenage tammy Tucker and stored in mountains of cocaine. Yeah He. He certainly lived both sides of the coin But if you say it's it's IT'S A it's a rock and roll musically cliche I mean everybody I mean you've got Jerry Lee Lewis Little Richard side be passed away recently you got lots of people who have So redemption through religion who lived the high life and to flip between the two and and for Awhile Glen Campbell was very, very good of that. Yeah he was an and. Ends up in sort of farcical tragedy in the early two thousands when his pulled over for Dwi, and there's just a horrific mugshot of looking terrible and then the stories about playing golf and doing cocaine without Cooper and everything it. Put a ding on his image, but the last years of his life. Suffering with Alzheimer's but he toured very late and and was able to still perform even when he was debilitated enormously barely holy conversation but he could you put a guitar in his hand, put them in a microphone and there's a beautiful documentary about that phase of his life. I A few times during that period and he was great. and he had. As I said, he had an ability to interpret he's old material. But not begrudging way and not in a way that he tried to sort of reinvent the wheel. He had an enormous respect for the song which had made him famous and he played them in a very orthodox reverential way and I think he's audience appreciated that. Very much. So and I don't want to hear one last Jimmy Webb Glen Campbell collaboration. This is high women which was later take it on to be a much bigger hit by Willie Nelson Waylon Jennings.

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"richard side" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"richard side" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Richard granted. He broke through allowed spiderweb. He thought the light silken cables wrap around his being caressing his skin comfortably and settling over him like a net. He hated spiders. They were when his is the single bad thing about way he lived. Residing in a cabinet in the foothills of the Appalachian, mountains provided unrivalled access to nature. In fact, his humble settlement backed right up against the large forest with tens of miles of hiking trails. That's really why he bought the place. But living in the woods on a mountain meant spider. It's lots of them and large ones, too. Early in the full. It wasn't actually getting tangled web the Richard Caterpillar. No he didn't. Mind the silk. What scared him about waltzing right through a spied his home. Was the uncertainty of where the spider ended up. It could be on his head and his pants may be crawling up his arm. He had. The familiar spike of panic, when face with any unknown swelled in his chest, as he gave himself a quick one Sola, my brushing, his hands, every which way? Considering the size of the web, this must have been garden spider. Big. Juicy! And disturbingly colored with black and yellow patterns. These coaches were by no means dangerous. Just wow, that's substantial spiders. After moment. Richard was satisfied that he had smart is hitchhiking on his passing and carried. In no time, he emerged in his own backyard. The Autumn leaves painted the ground and trees around his rustic home with warm pastels, while cool breeze indicated dusk rapidly approaching. It wasn't until he was inside. The comfort of his own home video felt tickle on the back of his neck. Richard jumped in a stopped shrieking higher-pitch. Then he's barely statute would suggest possible. He flicked frantically at the thin skin, the base of his skull. His finger met with something sending spider a projectile across the room damn spider. Cursed under his birth, his heart beating like a war drum, and his breath coming laboriously. He is the creature as it crawled away with the celerity and agility that only eight legs could provide. is quickly as it was there, it was gone to the Shannon's the cracks that formed tiny tunnels throughout every home. Naturally, Richard Only managed a quick glimpse at the thing. But even by just that, he knew that wasn't a garden spider. This homeless small. Jet Black and red with long legs. It had the texture of a cockroach and was even more unwelcome. Richard side loudly. He was a little uneasy knowing that a black widow was his new room. Taking, a shower to think more clearly and wash the day's hike off of himself. However, the man was able to conciliate such fiend in his home. After all he reasoned with himself. It's not like that's the first spider to leaving here. Heaven only knew how many others have gone unnoticed in his walls, hiding in dark corners and cabinets. That night as Richard fell asleep, the black widow was crawling around in the back of his mind. He dreamt that it found its way back onto his head nestled in had innumerable young links, all of which were forever tangled and hidden in his hand. The sensation of them. Constantly crawling all over was maddening. No matter. How hardy scratched washed toss wanted. They would not go away. We work in a painting sweat the next morning normalcy return. Richard kept hiking after work on the weekend. Every now, and then, however, he taught through a web and panic Justin. Little before tediously checking himself anything with eight legs. Didn't see that black widow again. As they say. Out of sight out of mind. Before was growing older as October swept in. On an early evening in the month of scares in celebration. Richard was sitting atop amounting. He'd brought dinner was happily enjoying packed, cold cut sandwich. Bag of trail mix with legs hanging off a massive rock face. He was the apex of rough rich, his favourite trail to hide. The. Enjoy the almost skeletal looking nearly barren trees coating, the absolutely Gargantuan Valley and peaks ahead. With the surreal view as a backdrop, his mind had wanted to work. Typical for a Sunday evening to recreate a quick outline for the week to come. Matej when he came in bright and early Monday morning, he wasn't completely lost. He chuckled the full. Yeah I'll be lost no matter what. Who Am I kidding? Read thoroughly enjoyed his job. But to face it bluntly. Applied for position just over his pay grade as most people do. In his case he got it. And then we put a great effort into his work and generally went home. The job well done. He couldn't help but feel a little like he was bumbling around all day. He smiled finished his sandwich standing once more. The Sun would be setting. Time to head. was that evening and he was once again ripped from his standard life. He took begrudging notice and cobwebs spun just outside of his back doors. He walked in. But that's not what bothers him. The thing that stress Richard that evening. WHO's walking straight through a tangled mess of a web of right in his doorway? Felt Fiqh. Like it was purposefully wrapping his head. How's it? Would a bug caught in its loathsome grip? Room flashed halts a cold sweat, overcoming Richard as it clawed his head. GRUNTING in befuddle -ment strings. Wasting no time. He sprinted to the bathroom to check himself in the Marines. Although, he found nothing on him. Once more gems about the accursed black widow. The next morning Richard needed an extra cup of coffee to get guy. As he was preparing to leave, he checked the back door. The web was back. This time there was a spider in it. Hirsch right in the middle there you are. Richard took just a moment to assess how unsightly the being once. His eyebrows narrowed fetched broom. He hated spider. Swiftly. He smacked the web his weapon. immobilizing the spiders fell, felt the floor. With no hesitation Richard, flip the broom around and smash the buck. All that was left was broken caucus and gooby inside strewn about. Relief washed over, we should like cool water. The blow was no longer in his cabinet. He claimed the revolting gross guts, and somewhat lighter on his feet made his way to work. Dark when she got home. Gravel his driveway crunch softly Andrea shoes. He got out of his car. The slightly cool and the mounting already smelled of June. robbed his tired eyes as he will. They felt scratchy and dry. He plummeted full force onto the couch in the living. Letting out a long breath and eating his head.

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"richard side" Discussed on X96

X96

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"richard side" Discussed on X96

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"richard side" Discussed on The Thaducation Podcast

The Thaducation Podcast

11:08 min | 1 year ago

"richard side" Discussed on The Thaducation Podcast

"I WANNA get into Richard Side. Years of experience is very good at selling but also he sold all sorts of things across all different mediums. Where the in person online over the phone? He's very versatile. What makes them different is? He's a very he's community. Man Very strong family man and a very popular so I wanted to get him his take on what to do because this is something we're going to struggle with and I love the way he approaches it and his kind of philosophy for this is selling yes in a crisis but this is kind of approach to sales in life. So it'd be enjoyed the episode. I always enjoy talking to him. And if you've got any questions for me or Richard Please send the message two thousand times occasion Dot Com. Enjoy rich morning fantastic. So I've had the pleasure of Richard Woods joining me on this latest episode of the put cost and I will be doing liberate on a deep dive with ritual about his background and the sales which will be publishing by thought as this. Is You know unusual. Time And I don't know many people better than Richard Woods when it comes to selling to get him on to kind of tell us about him. And what's he up to and really the the big topic for today's discussion is how do I sell myself in a crisis? Okay where do you? WanNa Stop Okay. So brief via about youth for those you who might might know rich. Just a very very brief overview about your history and sales and kind of want you love it and And that's it really just get just so put a context on kind of appreciate your experience and what you bring to the table because to this case if you're listening to beat for the first time caller Richard Woods. My mccutchen is it's been sales in my life Ever since age of eight nine years. Old seven flowers Batna the driveway right. The way through nights currently Sachs's sales and marketing director for communications company. I also say across other company. Such is a racing driver also that then companies commercial directors. I'm manage a team of sales people In one of the bowls cover ACA communication company. So for me Sales has been all if you cut me in half of the salesperson respectable Mitchell types of size and for me my passion in life is matching the right products and services to the right people on the census action though in the both parties Mary healthy I think this whole story that reaches almost see when you young you bitten by salesman and a bit like Spiderman you became like a cell superhero. That's the risk yeah. I think I've watched I don't show it like right fit but having watched someone very close to make you very well and all my cell to survive times. I lent some very good techniques. I think what we're facing right now in front of us. If the Celtics Survived Movement I think many great people sharing advice on a wonder how many actually have to sell. This is Where we've been in that situation back when I was fourteen years thought from twelve years old where there wasn't any money coming in and the put we were selling at the time. We got six weeks without making a sale. My family had to gamble Some money that that come in the tax credits for children to pay for the food and close to my sister and I and into paying the bills for the business and and the gamble worked and we ended up selling only survive. So in fact we didn't just survive. We went on to flourish so I think you know I come at this from five different angles. It's a lot of the People. This people add believed to be a salesperson. You wake up And apply for a job and with a little bit of training. You can be a salesperson and to some extent I agree with that. has My simple steps to selling course. I think I'm able to prove that you can train people to be sales people yum however This still drives a education. The one the will and the passion. It's it's a bit a bit light. What makes Some very successful at rugby. If you think the best kickers in the world for Glazebrook Bake and they are the guys the last ones off pitch the Johnny Book. Since story building Jerusalem. The tilt train much about he was the guy that was on the bus as they set off to go. I'm playing the tournament is he was still putting a bull. The tea and kicking between the posts as everybody was shot. Joe Valley on the way to go. He was also the guy that sits on the page all given day. Alice and I was fortunate to have lunch with Sam Warden Sam Warburton and he used to talk about the fact. He wouldn't into the pulse James for him. It was all about the grit. The determination the rusty waits the cold lockup that was his ship Which sets about four for life and being successful international rugby player rugby's one of my passions and For me I take from this sportspeople. What is it going to be for me to be successful? How can I relate some stuff? These guys have already done on people before them. So it's constant coastal development has hunker that determination of finding Pacino opportunities when really they're digging around understanding your client building those relationships episode and that gives me the passion still today. It's the same thing that drove me well thirty years ago and so that's the thing I say it's kind of You've got to be passionate about selling which I think is important for me. It's one of those things I think. sticky for the audience to credit people that passion about setting an ideal world. We would probably like either for someone to deal with it for us all to have the jobs coming to us now but I also know that. It's one of the things that you need to be getting regular enquiries to boot up your confidence to get better selling. You know the kind of vicious circle. I think the this is where in this kind of situation. You've got this virus kicking around. There is always the problem. A Lot. People weren't remotely which is to your advantage but you probably at the end of supply chain and what is coming down the Chinese basically no money because Sloan is kicking in their having to stop business as usual conserve resources and so the challenge as you know it's okay now but in a few months because you're on that lag again when it will start up you can if there will be a delay as they try and get everything else in place so. I think it's really interesting and I wanted to bring you on because I want to know things like will walk in you do and then kind of what's best for the best approach because I've seen so much where people are saying. I would be one of the people to say look building relationships now. He's is really important for when things were Culpa Yukon. You know was being to another guy who we both know when he was saying. He's really busy but he's really skinned because he's helped pay for free and there is a point of. You've got to make money somehow so I know what is it do. I- pivots new industry. Do I changed my tactics. Do I develop a new product? What would you say okay? So the first thing today is mentally. Get your head straight us. provides like give us the first action? Because at that right. Now there's a sense of panic sets why people are highly stressed. It's GonNa be tough but you've gotta get your head straight first before you can move move forward and following that then you need to come up with a plan that all the plans that you've done to deny them not effective anymore as soon as the government and I'm still time period in the UK. That was it. It was game set match via plans for this year. You need to be back taking this time to evaluate What it is is gone while sites. We don't forget we are a couple of weeks the percents As we as we speak today and there will still be people doing business out there and there will still be people threatening if you're an adult but you need to sit down and you need to formulate that plan of what it is to help you so you need to take a look at what your offerings are I'm also makes taking the hiking. You diversify some of your offerings. There is a lot of GIN based companies have gone into an sanitizing through this crisis. That's a good innovative way of thinking. So if you concentrate one part of your business without changing all the day is at one part of Your Business and you could make a small change for short periods of time. That will not to talk to any available markets. Is I never the nightman? Okay that makes sense so as you say. It's kind of Oto Select the point because people who all about practical who maybe didn't make a plan for twenty twenty. This is a good chance to kind of like the pit. Cooked pit car is going around the rice the back but now we're all at the front so now you're going to make a plan. This is a good time to do it. Because it's leveled everything everyone say probably looking at what the results are that. You have available objectively and go. Could I re purpose them in another way? And I wanted to reference point that I was talking to Actually told to this person years ago by innovating in that business but I gave they were running a restaurant and I gave the example out-of-season I would turn the dining room into a classroom and I would spend all that time and I would utilize the you know the chefs. I had available because he his thing was wanted to keep his chef's on during the winter but they were busy in the week so I said well in the week. You've got that big space. You should turn that into a classroom and a recording studio and should be filming content for the following year and doing cooking schools and teaching people online so actually using your talent annual resources and then offering a delivery service to get rid of all the food cooking and then that way you can kind of be still taking over and I think that's the kind of approach where you would look at your business facilities and say well. Who needs space? Who needs what Alpha. Can I just what I do? And it's it's it's a way of just you'd have to change everything you just have to look a little bit. More objectively about what you have at your. Yeah you wouldn't you wouldn't take.

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"richard side" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"richard side" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Back to normal and stable lotion that one of the five years later five four six well on fire inside six the sixty percent of what they are over rebound battle for four thirteen six sixty eight harbors mostly on forced David referred to later in the game it's possible the army ROTC ready to start your career Wallace road lives university army ROTC physical office dot com slash H. P. C. ng for more info what education excellent shooting problems the Tigers good figo percentage defensive team well I have twelve people to reach out to contest six assists hello Max and they get the ball inside the freshens who's just been vicious they can't stop either here named Richard side all they could do was follow suit goes inside and then follow it is cold on normal days just in the game he's a freshman from receive I got a lot of the whole premium six of the first game and Jayden Hardaway also in the game for the U. of them now as the Tigers bring back lance Thomas and he gets the about topic he goes left side part of walk around him not a movie was set to start the game room acts on the right side gets a pick from Thomas works up top with ten lots and on the right blocks for Thomas faces man fires a sixty four way off the mark rebounded inside by Nick Thomas he brings it into the front court doubles back not a keychain Lawson of top line of the Walker Walker with Ellis on him head off high tower he works up top on his precious left side K. J. Lawson almost had the ball stolen away back outside high tower hill said that the corner for Lawson hill fire three goalies for four from three boogie Ellis gets the rebound from Memphis brings it up Alex Morgan top of the key goes on the left side right from Tulane bench how they are being sent back out to Scott Walker on heavy slightly bigger than Jordan Walker how come stresses to sort of pick a law still on the trouble looks for help cause the lance Thomas topically hellfire three graces the rampant it's taken by Jay who puts back to lance but there's precious will follow we certainly will clean it up with a better approach to rebounders are legacy did it there eighteen twelve Tigers five six loss in the front court gives the ball Thomas on top of the key to Walker Walker dries on lance Thomas right back to Cajun works the right side drive some precious puts it up that was blocked by precious picked up my heart away I had the book put you down the right side in the front court gives chase he walks turnover number nine that's the only thing hill the Tigers this game would absolutely be one sided if you didn't have those nine turnovers are way ahead of what I did put the ball in for a second round is that with the proper order time is out of the game can you notice comes a little bit smaller here as Walker's gonna bring it up on boogie Ellis he started the game with two three separate early lead for the U. of M. of floor it is six at the moment only by two lane up top and waters got it right side the traits and then almost knocked away picked up quite noble he drives right side crosses it left wing for Thompson makes a good catch it was at his legs he drives on Bainbridge exit right side Walker here say they got right reporter the short order for the triple two more points off turnovers a look of that category of Medicare stamp rich in the fourth floor handing it to Ellis left talks a little left corner Kenya stakes the three puts it back to Lomax and he got shot by Walker no call back to did you notice here's a three one the rebels for between two to eight players one by Walker Walker's gonna bring it up J. Hardaway puts it up it's not the way that he comes back to get the ball since it left dark high tower hill drive all the way got it attacked the rim that's what he does exceptionally well he goes in there strong five nothing run by two lane makes it a one point game eighteen seventeen with seven minutes to go here's Hardaway right side firing a three half way down and the ball is knocked out of bounds off off Tigers and we've come to the under eight minute media timeout this portion of the game brought to by court fees thank you friend you could stop by and pick up a bottle of coke journalist whose signature all the smoke barbecue sauce any of the Memphis area corky's locations or go online the corky's BBQ dot com early down the one two lanes got the ball six fifty six months ago here in the first half eighteen seventeen Memphis this is tiger basketball career field I am Chico tiger hoops fans have something extra to look forward to this coming March not only is it turning it time but it's.

"richard side" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"richard side" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Know if it's not broke. Don't fix it. I mean they've been able to run the football on everybody. They've been doing that. You know in the play offs especially look at the NFC championship the game. So I if they're running the ball and if they're controlling the time of possession and Patrick mahomes on the sidelines Mahomes can't hurt them so they run the ball. Aw Keep Away Kinda take the air out of the ball so to speak slow the game down. Let Their defense do what they do and people up feel. That's what the point editors need to do. And that's how they they could win the game. Of course if you get city chiefs you need to let my home do what he does it. Maybe let the forty niners get elite because then you know you got them right right where you let him the way. These guys have been cutting back all year long. That's the one thing about mahomes and this candidacy outfits. No matter what the deficit is I never feel like. They're out of so if Kansas City. He's GonNa Win Mahomes GonNa have to be the MVP. I think also the the defense for the kid city chases the little underrated especially because the forty forty nine or so good. I think the Honey Badger that matthew has been like out in this postseason. He had a great championship game. I think he can make whatever those big plays that kind of turns the momentum in this game and of course you know again on the offense. I little hostile sling. He can't I mean he's done it before he did it twice against the cardinals. I would have lost Richard by some opportunity. There it's okay. We'll ask US Mike. Richard you're still with me which is great with good. We lost my good thing. Go ahead okay. Okay but coming down to it. I think I'm GonNa take the chiefs of the ball at the end of the game to win. I think data chance They they can pull this up. I think it's going to be one heck of a game I really do no. I'm right there with you man. I totally agree. I think that this is something that we've all been kind of waiting for which is a really really good super bowl where people Laura on both sides. People Think Kansas City is going to win people. Think the forty niners GONNA win. It's it's very even obviously. The line has stayed pretty close so everything seems to be falling into place for really really good football game. We are talking to Richard sides from Foxton sports here in Phoenix Arizona. Live in Miami. Obviously before the big game can check him out on twitter at our Signs Foxtrot Fox ten. That's where you can get him. You can also get Mike at pigskin opinion to get me a door refund sports and then obviously just just talking about the game here just just crazy stuff. We're here is the final aim. It's kind of hard to believe. I know we've got Mike like back now too. So that's all good. Glad to have you back with us. My look what would be the difference. How do the forty nine like you said obviously sleep? They have to control the the ball. But let's just say that things get awry and the Kansas City chiefs wind up. Having those those breakout plays because we all know they can do. Who in one play does? That's all it takes. TYREEK HILL GETS lose. Any one of those guys gets worse. It doesn't make a difference. So how do you shut them. Down for sixty st minutes. I think that that to me is the biggest question. How do you stop Patrick? Mahomes for sixty minutes. Richard Yeah. That's the question right there and you know keeping my youngest ask forty niner defense is where the best in the NFL. But they're not the eighty five bears. Okay let's get crazy here isn't that the doomsday defense. We're talking about. There's is that right Lewis out there running around so they can't be had I've seen offense have their way with them and that was twice live and it was the cardinal which happened to be very similar to the Kennedy chief stopping. So I think you know that the piece you're gonna be able to score. I think the forty niners are going to have to play better offensively through the area they have been lately just added necessity and I think they can. I don't votes people Jimmy Garoppolo. The Guy can sing it. He's been to the Super Bowl before Ya as a backup. But he's still the I think that really gonNA help him because he knows the routine. And that's that's the big thing that whole Extra Week Allah distraction out here. It could really get guys you know and grabbed him by the game. Time comes around. Because they're worn out you know because it's been such such a long two weeks and especially long last week you know so it's GonNa be interesting to see how Garoppolo and.

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"richard side" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

09:04 min | 2 years ago

"richard side" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Suspect in Olympic bombing the FBI the medium Richard Jewell the man caught in the middle for many of us we've been seeing the trailer of the Clint Eastwood movie that's going to be out next week about the story of Richard Jewell and this book was a contributing source to the movie and I want to welcome the US attorney for the Northern District of Georgia at the time of the nineteen ninety six Olympics and veteran Wall Street journal reporter and editor and they're here to talk about the story of this Olympic bombing I can't Alexander in Kevin solvent what welcome to the show good to have you with us how are you good thanks builder well well let's start let's start with you can test the Northern District of Georgia AG are your U. S. attorney at the time of the bombing how how did this story I mean you're you're there so you're saying this and you're going to miss this has to really be brought out because though this went through the the normal cycles I I think if you ask people today about Richard Jewell they really still are not fully connected to the real story and what happened to Richard jewel sure it was just looking back twenty three years ago now is nineteen ninety six Olympics right Lana there's a bombing in the middle of the Olympics in centennial park fifty thousand people were there and because of Richard Jewell who discovered this package before before there was a blast two people only two people died a hundred injured but it could've been way worse so he went from hero to fill in in a matter of a couple of days and I was behind the scenes with the F. B. I. as they were investigating Kevin Mike cultural talk in a minute with setting of the Wall Street journal coverage for the southeast and both of us thought that it was such an interesting story of how things went terribly wrong when Richard you in fact turned out to be the hero at the end of the day so we try to write about it and sort of novel like form and this is Spence way and we're happy to work with Clint Eastwood in this team on their movie you know what it what a great what a great story and a tragedy all at the same time that you bring out in the book the movie as well Kevin for you as a veteran Wall Street journal reporter the as the adventure of and folding here what what is the the combination of the facts in your guts tell in telling you at the time well you know only wears tremendous pressure on all sides to find out who was the bomber you know this was as Ken mentioned this was an enormous of that this is the largest peacetime the fact in history Olympics of nineteen ninety six or a hundred and ninety seven nations there two million people have flocked into Atlanta and there was tremendous pressure on all sides law enforcement the PD at the Olympics organizer is to try to figure out who did this heinous crime of setting off a bomb it was essentially the town square of the nineteen ninety six Olympic Games exactly well can't you know let's let's put this in context and remind everybody nineteen ninety six where our country was psychologically I mean we had already had some domestic attacks and of what is what we know which the Olympic committee what is the city of Georgia on guard for this potential attack they're just to remind your listeners you had Oklahoma City not long before you at Waco domestic terrorism was on the rise you had the first World Trade Center bombing that this was yeah well before nine eleven five four nine eleven answer your question were real and prepared we spent that when I say we law enforcement spent well over two years in Atlanta and Washington preparing for these games knowing that there could be an attack you're from home or from abroad so at the games themselves they're thirty thousand security personnel including law enforcement including people like Richard Jewell so yeah there's a huge amount of planning that went into this as happens every game and will happen then in Tokyo in this coming year Kevin give us a bit of a tech talk here if you can Olympic Park and the moments before the bomb blast day you issue reported Richard Jewell saw a suspicious bag his instincts said there's a problem here go ahead and give us a rundown yeah Richard later kind of humorously says is seven cents really told them that there was something that was wrong obviously he decided just to skip over the sixth sense but you know Richard was a he was not your typical security guard were you just off of thank it's just someone sitting on a chair not not caring very much Richard had to law enforcement jobs including as a deputy sheriff and a rural Georgia county and I have had kind of bad experiences with both had had essentially gotten fired from both jobs and was in between law enforcement jobs but he was a certified police officer of the state of Georgia and so he was more vigilant than most security guards would typically be and you know in the in the middle of the night he spot this Alice pack this military style backpack sitting in the dark under one of the dark green benches and the FBI would later no dispensers bench a and he and Richard sides okay this this pack should not be there he tries to find out the owner of the pack he reaches out to Tom Davis of the G. B. I. the Georgia bureau of investigation and together they try to find the owner of the pack they were unable to do so and so they moved to near the higher level of urgency they call it in as a suspicious package and by the way I should note that there had been other this was suspicious package number not just the suspects that this was a bomb threat number one hundred and four of the Olympic Games we're rolling on now eight well so that the Olympics are a kind of place that brings out yeah the crazies and the weird and and that kind of thing it's a course and you got and you got fifty thousand people there at Olympic Park I mean right I mean you got a concert Jack Mack and the heart attack or getting ready to play so you've got a throng of people concentrating in the Olympic Park yeah and just to add on that good how are you going to that under cabins on the on the tick tock of it the middle is the early morning the section it goes from day to day nine sat early Saturday morning it's about twelve fifty five five AM Richard Jewell spots this pack they try to find somebody try to find you that he and another agent nature made Tom Davis twelve fifty seven Tom Davis calls it in as a suspicious package and historical process to check it out twelve fifty eight there's a nine one one call it goes in a few blocks from the state pay phone a few blocks away with the real bomber saying there's a bomb in centennial park you have you have thirty minutes there's no address nine one one system the police don't know where to go a bomb techs crawl up they take out a pen light they take a look at this big pine they see pipes and wires law enforcement gathers pushing people away Jack Mack and the heart attack the band you mentioned bills playing the background people are just getting into the music it's a party to a big party and the law enforcement folks verse talking about evacuating the park in there huddling just before the bomb goes off and it then they were pushing people away the bomb goes off and it was just pandemonium ambulances fire trucks it was to is a moment that some people are forget about history but at the time captured the world's attention exactly and Kevin Richard Jewell as that you'd said early had this sense and the sense of urgency to get people out of harm's way and so he was doing everything he could as we are speaking of the clock is the is the clock is ticking here because now were we're down to minutes right yes we're we're in a Richard doesn't know about the thirty minutes Paul nobody in the park it was about a thirty minute call from nine one one call the camps mention and you know what he knows is that as these as the a TF and FBI agents have crawled towards this pack with.

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"richard side" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"richard side" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"The showing of bill Martinez live dot com been looking forward to this next discussion and the the two authors of this new book called the suspect in Olympic bombing the FBI the medium Richard jewel the man caught in the middle for many of us we've been seeing the trailer of the Clint Eastwood movie that's going to be out next week Bob the story of Richard jewel and this book was a contributing source to the movie and I want to welcome the US attorney for the Northern District of Georgia at the time of the nineteen ninety six Olympics and veteran Wall Street journal reporter and editor and they're here to talk about the story of this Olympic bombing candela Xander in Kevin solvent work welcome to the show good to have you with us how are you good thanks builder well well let's start let's start with you can test the Northern District of Georgia AG are your U. S. attorney at the time of the bombing how how did this story I mean you're you're there so you're saying this and you're going to mess this has to really be brought out because though this went through the the normal cycles I I think if you ask people today about Richard Jewell they really still are not fully connected to the real story and what happened to Richard jewel sure we'll just looking back twenty three years ago now is nineteen ninety six Olympics in Atlanta there's a bombing in the middle we want the content and the park fifty thousand people were there and because of Richard Jewell to discover this package before it before there was a blast two people only two people died a hundred injured but it could've been way worse so he went from zero to fill in in a matter of a couple of days and I was behind the scenes with the F. B. I. as they were investigating Kevin Mike cultural talk in a minute betting of the Wall Street journal coverage for the southeast and both of us thought that it was such an interesting story of how things went terribly wrong when Richard Jewell in fact turned out to be the hero at the end of the day so we try to write about it and sort of novel like form and is suspense way and we're happy to work with Clint Eastwood in his team on their movie you know what it what a great when a great story and a tragedy all at the same time that you bring out in the book the movie as well Kevin for you as a veteran Wall Street journal reporter the it as the adventure of unfolding here what what is the combination of the facts in your guts tell in telling you at the time well you know bill there's tremendous pressure on all sides to find out who was a bomber Kerr you know this was as Ken mentioned this was an enormous of that this is the largest peacetime event in history Olympics of nineteen ninety six or a hundred and ninety seven nations there two million people have flocked into Atlanta and there was tremendous pressure on all sides law enforcement the media at the Olympics organizer is to try to figure out who did this heinous crime of setting off the bomb it was essentially the town square of the nineteen ninety six Olympic Games exactly well can't you know let let's put this in context and remind everybody in nineteen ninety six where our country was psychologically I mean we had already had some domestic attacks and what is what we know was the Olympic committee what is the city of Georgia on guard for this potential attack yeah just to remind your listeners you had Oklahoma City not long before you at Waco domestic terrorism is on the rise you had the first World Trade Center bombing that and this was yeah well before nine eleven five four nine eleven answer your question worry on prepared we spent that when I say we in law enforcement spent well over two years in Atlanta and Washington caring for these games knowing that there could be an attack here from at home or from abroad so at the games themselves they're thirty thousand security personnel including law enforcement including people like Richard Jewell so yeah there's a huge amount of planning that went and into this as happens every game and will happen and in Tokyo in this coming year Kevin give us a bit of a tech talk here if you can Olympic Park and the moments before the bomb blast day you issue reported Richard Jewell saw a suspicious bag his instincts said there's a problem here go ahead and give us a rundown yeah Richard later kind of humorously says is seven cents really told them that there was something that was wrong obviously he decided just to skip over the sixth sense but no Richard was a he was not your typical security guard where you where you just also think it's just someone sitting on a chair or not not caring very much Richard had to law enforcement jobs including as a deputy sheriff in a rural Georgia county and I have had kind of bad experiences with both had essentially gotten fired from both jobs and was in between law enforcement jobs but he was a certified police officer of the state of Georgia and so he was more vigilant than most security guards would typically be and you know in the in the middle of the night he spots this Alice pack this military style backpack sitting in the dark under one of the dark green benches and the FBI would later no this band chest bench a and she and Richard sides okay this this pack should not be there he tries to find out the owner of the pack he reaches out to Tom Davis of the G. B. I. the Georgia bureau of of instigation and together they try to find the owner of the pack they were unable to do so and so they moved to near the higher level of urgency they call it in as a suspicious package and by the way I should note that there had been that this was suspicious package number not suspicious package but this was a bomb threat number one hundred and four of the Olympic Games we were only eight so you know the Olympics are a kind of place that brings out you know the crazies and the weird and and that kind of thing it's kind of course and you got and you got fifty thousand people there at Olympic Park I mean right I mean you got a concert Jack Mack and the heart attack or getting ready to play so you've got a throng of people concentrating in the Olympic Park yeah it just to add on yeah I was going to add on to a Kevin so on the on the tick tock of it the middle is the early morning the sexy it just goes from day to day nine said early Saturday morning it's about twelve fifty five five AM Richard Jewell spots this pack they try to find somebody try to find you that he and another agent an agent named Tom Davis twelve fifty seven Tom Davis calls it in as a suspicious package and they start the whole process to check it out twelve fifty eight is a nine one one call that goes in a few blocks from if they pay phone a few blocks away with the real bomber saying there's a bomb in centennial park you have you have thirty minutes there's no address nine one one system the police don't know where to go the a bomb techs crawl up they take out a pen light they take a look at this but fine they see pipes and wires law enforcement gathers pushing people away Jack Mack and the heart attack the band you mentioned bills playing the background people are just getting into the music it's a party to a big party and the law enforcement folks so talking about evacuating the park in there huddling just before the bomb goes off and it then they were pushing people away the bomb goes off and it was just pandemonium ambulances fire trucks it was to is a moment that some people are forget about history but at the time captured the world's attention exactly I think Kevin Richard Jewell as you said earlier had this sense and the sense of urgency to get people out of harm's way and so he was doing everything he could as we are speaking of the clock is the is the clock is ticking here because now were we're down to minutes right yes we're we're doesn't know about the thirty minutes call nobody in the park there was a thirty minute call nine one one call the can.

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"richard side" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"richard side" Discussed on WDRC

"You what I have this door fixed that's enough to scare you yeah we're we're going to have it fixed there wasn't much that could be said the next day I went down to a lot more little Christmas tree in some trimmings and we tried there was nothing between us balancing time several times during the day I noticed for washing your hands with a brush the one of the touch the blood that night we each took a sleeping pill went to bed sometime after midnight I was suddenly wide awake and staring into the darkness in some way I view it once and instinctively what awakened me Ellen was not in her bed nor the room the name was thing I feared gripped my heart open the bedroom door and started through the house putting on every light find not much to search but I searched thoroughly the living room the kitchen bathroom day and even the garage and all the time the dread of looking for I knew what last I must look where I think I knew from the very first time where I'd finder must've been a full minute stood before that closet door she stood there Richard side things extend the life was over please rise her lips were drawn back in a green like an animal at bay for a moment I was frozen stretched on my head very deliberately she turned her head and soccer teams until a man into the fight for my for I raise my hand to strike at about already she relaxed other than strangely at that moment my only point was how I might revive until I saw that it was not a my I was mostly.

"richard side" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"richard side" Discussed on KGO 810

"Bob better self abuse going on that's what makes a blind right age from thirteen common error full reports published in this weeks annals of internal medicine so you might want to check that out hi Sherrie Taylor are you go at your news Marshall Phillips in the Armstrong get a show the conscience of the nation. back to hair cuts in the bowl cut is the hair cut rage of twenty nineteen so Vacaville displayed hers yesterday and Charlize Theron got her hair cut that way home over the weekend in the bowl cut I'd have to see it that's two year hotter that kind of woman like the police three Stooges live. very much like that yes order a like Pete rose in nineteen seventy. then as now. no it's just a yeah sort of freaky little kid nice on a little kid the the freaky youth in the fantastic beasts movie if your into the Harry potter universe and like everything fashion wise that's pretty cute well yes on her everything fashion wise like this does close those jeans those shoes that her coat looks good on hot people. you still let you look great before and you look great now you couldn't do anything to you that would make you look fantastic that's the trouble with all fashion stuff when I tried it does looks with yeah you could shave Charlize Theron's head I'll be like that's an attractive woman. old Bronco trump there or whatever name could just have a spike in here going slow. then she would still be hot right that would be the top by Richard. side pony. the story that we should mention this is not a surprise to some people one of the leading. believers guy who ran one of the user programs in conversion therapy came out as gay over the weekend yeah what a shock that one of the things on the way in the Armstrong get.

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"richard side" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"richard side" Discussed on Here & Now

"The eastern half of the country hit hardest including Ohio and in all states, the consequences of the opioid crisis. Go beyond public health. Judges in Ohio say their courtrooms are jammed with misdemeanor cases tied to addiction. But they're hoping new treatment clinic in an unlikely location will help cut that caseload page Pfleger of member station. W O S U reports. It's a busy morning in the Franklin county courthouse people streamed through metal detectors and elbow their way into Vader's. Jessica gerwin presses the button for the sixth floor. You got up here you make a right? She steps into a courtroom blocks past the rows of chairs judge's bench and opens a door revealing a make shift health clinic a table is lined with boxes of rubber gloves needles, and vivid trawl the drug that blocks opioid receptors in the brain for a month at a time to help prevent relapse. This was actually the judge's robing room. And the the judges were basically like we don't need a row of room to put robes on. Let's utilize the space to help people gerwin works for positive recovery's Lucians the company that set up the clinic last year, it's part of a trend bringing treatment closer to the criminal Justice system. More than three thousand special drug courts offer treatment as an alternative to a cell and some court houses. Now, welcome programs like group counseling sessions, but having a clinic in the courthouse is unusual gerwin says it takes a lot of buy it to set up a program like. This. And that starts a few floors up in the courtroom. And then. Judge Kelly says most of the crime she handles from solicitation to stealing are tied to addiction. People are stealing out. Agreed. They're stealing that a need. I mean, there's a desperate need for their next fix. I've actually had people using heroin in the bathroom and then coming into my court a few doors down judge James O'Grady says depending on prior arrests he is more than willing to cut a deal with someone who goes to the clinic. So if somebody expresses an interest in getting treatment than I take the jail days off the table, I'm certainly not going to send someone to jail at that point. Because I realized that just putting someone in jail is not going to help anyone with an addiction problem. I on in jail to clinic program can be part of a release plan. That's what judge O'Grady offered Corey a former heroin user trust in a tan uniform he's handcuffed to a pipe in the wall and swiveling anxiously on a chair as he talks to social worker, Catherine Richards from the probation department. She's most she gonna doctors on our old office. So really, that's my main issue. Like does take to get it. Okay. How soon can you get out of jail Richard sides? She fields questions like corey's all the time. It's always a concern that when their primary motivation seems to be getting out of jail, but for people who are in jail, that's just normal. She says even though Corey might use the clinic program as a quicker way out of jail. It could get him thinking more about treatment Nate who's on probation. Also asked us not to use his last night because he doesn't want potential employers to know, he's in recovery. This is third time. At the courthouse clinic misdemeanor probation. I'm doing better now. So. Got this program. Thank for that nurse. Katie gassed Grigson like they're old France, they talk about game of thrones and group meetings, right side. Excited. Outside mates. Mom waiting. She's has last year when he overdosed. She thought she had lost her son. When you're the actual parrot to order these kids killing myself, it's heartbreaking since it opened in July nearly one hundred people have gotten shots vivid trawl at the Franklin county courthouse clinic and about sixty six percent of them are meeting all the terms of their probation for here. Now, I'm page Pfleger in Columbus, Ohio. And we have some sad news to report from Hollywood today. Actor Luke Perry has died after suffering a massive stroke last week at his home in Sherman oaks, California, he shot to fame in the nineteen nineties with his long running role in the teenage drama Beverly Hills nine O two one O playing the mysterious brooding heartthrob Dylan McKay

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