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"rick full" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

06:18 min | Last month

"rick full" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Three D. Printing what does Jake Aldo about three thing? I know nothing all I know is that rick full up is one of the Great Human Beings I've met in my life. As a human being has technologist and as a leader of companies and I am so delighted to have my good friend, Rick Fill up on the program to talk about desktop metal. Because Wreck. Just S- packed. Desktop metal when did people start approaching you about this back? When did you and then how did you make the decision to to pick us back and explain to people just generally what is this back like just like expand the first two processes. So herb. Is Special Purpose Acquisition Company and it's a model where somebody. They call it a promoter or or a you know. Manager. The manager of a SPAC? Yeah. We'll go out and raise capital and build a build the a strategy around I didn't and go and find a company or they can go in a choir after the the stack is a public realistic company. So I, you raise capital, you put enough trust you pay Some small interests return to to those investors and in that that manager will go out in search for a period of a year or two years or whatever period is he'll go search for a company and so that there's approximately thirty billion dollars worth of capital in the market right now. An increase from last year an increase from the year before It's been a while since this has existed in the past the people that. Did back. Race does Fakher also known as a blank check company. There were quite rare and and You didn't see. You didn't see high quality folks attached to them. What's really changed is since math got involved, he has raised the quality of the people that are doing it and you have people. Now that are very high quality managers are. Executing the strategies you've got people like marks data dragonair was extremely high quality The person you have bill bill is that his name up bill ackman is very been very successful his you've got the. Range of very successful folks that are. Put together these. Roger Freight in who is the vice. Chairman Honeywell is. Back, and there's there's. A pull up a chart right now should we? We actually have a chart of this? The number of spags created now is We had a big debt obviously after the financial crisis, but now we're at a peak. Nick is that eighty-one their? eighty-one specs this year have been created and we're only halfway through the year. So I'M GONNA. Assume that's going to double I don't know is that is that twenty what you're at their neck set two thousand eighteen. That's twenty twenty with eighty one. So this thing is going to get more momentum and probably ends the year over one, hundred, twenty I'm going to guess right now there's one hundred ten back for for deals and La The. The reality is that around him, you know there are specific to a segment and you gotta find somebody that is a matchmaking process. So you'll get a board member with it. In our case, we're really lucky to have a partner Leo Henry. He was the fellow that Leo history when he did land systems back in the day. Actually he he did TCI and the broadband and. Henry yes. Yes. Yes. Sorry. I was thinking about another one Leo Spiegel. was sorry way there's a lot of Leo's going around those industry. So that's fantastic. So you find high quality manager he says, I want to be involved and he brings cash in his back whatever's in the trust and so now it's not like an IPO. Trust, the cash has to sticking the trust the people that are investors in this back after like the you know they have a proxy boat ride before the mergers flows and in in order to back up the dealing kiss redemptions you race what's called a pipe which investment in Public Antiquity Equity Equity? Yeah. So. that. That is. Where you get the mutual funds in a long only investors. Participate in the deal so you have the capital was raised in the SPEC at once plus the capital that comes from the pipe. And together, they form the full deal that gets announced and the pipe allows you to have a much higher quality group of investors that add to the value of the of the total offering so and you get to select them. So that is like the original IPO process. It's sort of like skimming the cream of door number one you get to say, Hey, I want fidelity I want I want this bank for whatever reason. Our. Board was the allocation committee. We literally had were super oversubscribed in we sat down and said this guy in this guy and this Gal in this fund and that fund. And Those are the folks that. Can actually give him a a meaningful position so that they could build a a A longer longer position in the company of that. That's a unique feature of this of this approach. That's yet another benefit. Our guest today spent five years at Apple and one hundred, fifty days in world warcraft I kid you not. If you have all the mittens and may even be more now, we'll find out. And he worked. In visual design at Apple On the team and led the design team for Apple TV actually. So here a little bit about that, and his company is Caffeine TV. He's a lifelong hacker from down under welcome to the PODCAST and Puran. Thank you Jason. I'm really excited to chat with you today really appreciate it. What did you learn inside of Apple? What makes that company when you look back on your five years because I know you there for four years and they they actually give you credit for that year of when you started child which I thought was interesting to me. It's the five year. Mark is pretty special to give you that Nice certificate signed by Steve. Jobs for I don't know if you could get jobs would have passed on.

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"rick full" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:20 min | Last month

"rick full" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Just. One Day Rick says I'm starting something new I'd like you involved I say. Where do I send the check because I? Know Rick's going to win because he's a winner that's all you need to life. And Rick Says Okay here and I say can I get twice that amount rix as J. L. oversubscribed I'm GonNa take three times that amount Anyway, he gets me a tiny little slice. Of something, I, know nothing about three D. Printing. What does Jake Aldo about three different thing? I. Know Nothing while I now is that rick full up is one of the Great Human Beings I've met in my life. As a human being as a technologist and as a leader of companies and I am so delighted to have my good friend full up on the program to talk about desktop metal. Because Wreck. Just SP- backed. Desktop metal, and now we have to have a little disclaimer here. We cannot talk about certain things wreck. Don't know all the rules of the road but I I want to congratulate you on the Tremendous success you've had with desktop metal to date and. I've had three companies that have invested in go public now Uber. Waiter we had a couple of shares we got in that it was Kinda minimus. I don't it doesn't really count but I guess it counts technically because they bought one of our companies and now desktop mental. So thank you for including me in the journey you didn't have to you were oversubscribed and you just saved a little slice for your boy Jay cow and that's all I. Ask any of my friends you save a lives for Jacomb. THREE SIZES I may ask for three but I'll take one one slice everybody knows the rules. wreck congratulations on an undoing. This back starts with number one what is desktop metal and number two why did you choose this moment to do a Spec and explained the process and we'll get into that here in the second. Yeah. So desktop is one of leading providers or any brothers. We make machines that make it really easy to print metal parts at scale, which is something that you could really do easily before we came along, you have this legacy technology that use lasers and special facilities and was complicated and we've. Made that technology a lot more accessible and friendly due to the mass market. In the Today, it's used.

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"rick full" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

07:32 min | 2 months ago

"rick full" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"These these. Trawling me. Love. You back. You. Wonder. You know the nature of the audience who don't understand what the word regulatory capture is. Can you define that while I'm looking at up on Wikipedia? Haven't idea because Bill Gurley says an all time. So I don't know the history of decoded investor rule, but Likud is it actually protect and who does it actually benefit? It actually benefits all the large financial institutions that have used the fact that you need to be A. What's there's a credit investor, but then there's qualified institutional qualified air. Something like. John now. To, invest in venture capital funds to get rid chester actally. Yeah their markets are supply and demand. If you're artificially limiting the supply of capital to go into the highest growth assets, you're capturing it for yourself like that's what's going on here. Yes. Yeah, and more abstractly regulatory capture is that the it's kind of like when to lawyers see each other in court all the time so they have reason to be fraternal with each other based on. That long term relationship more. So than the people they represent at the end of the day, these regulators have been regulating the people in a certain business for a long time. They get to know each other really well, and you can make really compelling arguments when you're the one being regulated that the rules should change in some way and they like the regulators tend to listen to you because. You've built up this relationship over real estate brokerage. Be another one like is a real estate broker work totally you or their client buying the house, the seller or are they working for each other? They're playing an integrated game, not a single turn game where their relationship with that person across the table they need to preserve for future transactions. Right and the person we're talking about here is. The real estate broker, not the buyer and seller in all cases like and they're doing all kinds of shenanigans. I had had my real estate broker I'm GONNA, leave it at that who was like listen Jason I think this is the right time to accept his offer because, Joe Biden you know is going to get an office. It's going to change this and I said stop you right now. Don't ever give Jason Canas financial advice don't ever give Jason Calgon struggle trade. I gave you a copy of my book. Your job is to get me the highest price ever sell me on anything I. Don't want a piece of advice from you other than. Like what's the best new? Restaurant to open and he said, coppee. Each any robot cope each. And my wife was a you're too hard on him and I said, no. These brokers are always trying to work you because. If they sell your home for a million dollars nine, hundred thousand or one point one, they make you know whatever that is two or three points on that it makes no difference. So this is actually I heard this I can't remember I read this the other day a day but somebody had this great idea. Real estate transactions and real estate agents and brokers. Perfect use case for tiered carry solely. Million you get three percent, you sell my home for over one point two, you get five percent of the ups, their her you get seven percent one, hundred percent. One percent of the million they should get for. Once, you pick what price though zillow and everybody agrees is the right pressure this house let's say it's a million. Okay. You get one percent of a million you get your ten k. you get. Two percent of anything from a million to one point one, one, one out. Then you get three percent of everything from or could even be more it could be ten percent, right? It could be you could get one percent on the first million and then ten percent on everything past then I'd. Sitting around, but they will do that. But I sold the other house I saw recently I did I did a buyer transaction you know my legal fee was. Twelve thousand dollars. It's a lot better than this is on. This is on a significant house to men like this is not on a one million dollar house. I'll just leave it at that were shocked. Yes. Longer than US Jason knows you're GonNa be there because I'm getting you in remote our and we're GonNa ride that into the sunset. I got a couple I got a couple of we gotta do some deals boys. We get some deals go and man, you guys got my phone number. You can. Let's get on a phone thread going here I message just start sharing some deals make some money. Let's get some conflicts going consciousness back. Well, that's the next topic and we'll close on this. SPEC. IPO's per year special acquisition, special purpose acquisition. companies, corporations one of those two words, my friends, Corporation corporation my friend mouth brought these back to life three years ago I was at the poker table talking to him about him. When he did IPO A was looking for a company. As you can see in the two, thousand sixteen, we had thirteen of them. Two, thousand seventeen, thirty, four, two, thousand, eighteen, forty, six, twenty, nine, hundred, and fifty, nine, twenty, twenty, eighty, and counting. and. So this is taking off and you can see the chart there if you're watching the video youtubecom. Subscribe to this week in startups to see the video. And I just literally had a wonderful moment. My friend Rick full up damned me and said I need to talk to you and I was like, okay here we go. We sold desktop metal which he got me a little. Yum. Yum Sisa in the early first round and he said I got some good news. I. Said hit me what's the price and he said we're going public and I said what he said yet, which back it out and that was announced yesterday. So now J. cale has uber desktop Matal in a little company waiter that we have a diminished misnomer shares in but at least get three. IPO. Companies these three companies in you know the first hundred investment. So three percent gone public plus it's still early I. Maybe it's the first hundred fifty. I'm not sure of the desktop mental Kurt I'm losing track but I mean, obviously, robinhood com, there's a couple of other companies that are being spec thumb tack data stacks that are being speculated, but these are changing everything. And I. Our good friend Bill Gurley. Who has been lobbying against the wealth transfer that occurs during regular IPO's he was on the direct military capture regulatory literary capture. He was talking about direct listings with spotify did but a very hard and painful specs are very easy and painless, and he just wrote a blog post which sure the two of you read called the third door and he is now on board I would not be surprised. They do not have any answer information if Bill Gurley. who is on his last fund with benchmark. would. Pop Open. A couple of benchmarks packs I. Don't know that I'm completely speculating there. But my best EC Timoth is now on his third or fourth back and I don't have any inside information on those but I would never bet against him authored Bill Gurley what are your general thoughts, David? Question First. Jamaa. Literally brought. This thing will not back from the did he did he disowned one? Yeah. What What inspired him where'd you get the idea? That's a great question. I think you know he at one point we had a deep discussion about this. You know he he he grew up very poor. We came from Sri Lanka had nothing he worked his way to where he got. He got a series of lucky events. We were both at AOL at the same time. We were both at what's called an VP, which is blown EDP, which means you're basically you get to go to meetings with Ted Leonsis and..

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"rick full" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Here's Josh warning more misery for the Blackhawks and that's coming up in a second. I even with a backup QB the bears were four point favorite in the New York Sunday chase Daniel non pace to start over injured. Mitchell Trubisky who hasn't thrown a football since hurting his shoulder two weeks ago. It's the bears defense that gives the visitors a half day. The edge over the giants and even with dynamic wide receiver Odell Beckham junior on the other side of the ball, keep owed antics out of your mind. You know, he's a pregame show boater and he gets elected ethics. Get away with them south of the Phillies targeted enough last week nine targets five catches. He's still not satisfied has seventy four catches for over one thousand yards in five TD's. That's Tom fair game to analysts and Super Bowl berry. Listen to our full four downs. Friday morning interview with Tom right there on my Twitter and Facebook. Josh lists. Sports team heck's expected to go after missing two workouts with an achilles injury nine AM. Pre game kickoff bears. Giants Sunday right here on WBZ in a one of a kind sports agent with strong ties to bears in the eighties and beyond is celebrating the release of his autobiography Jim McMahon. Richard dent Dion Sanders. Steve Zucker represented him all the ex agent also negotiated a deal for our friend here at WBZ and seven time. Pro Bowl Senator J Hilbert who the greatest that ever played. And we wanted to make him for Senator Baker. Million dollars the bears wouldn't do it. Finally. They came to me. It's okay. We'll give you a free agency for twenty four hours. Well, I already have my deal done. He'll convert went to the Browns for a year and then the same. So we stayed a bear at heart suckers book, playing games is serious business about his time in the boardroom is out now, Rick Greg NewsRadio on one of five point nine FM. Listen to Rick's full interview with sports agent. Steve soccer right there at our website WBZ, NewsRadio dot com. Dallas upsets New Orleans thirteen ten taken a thirteen nothin halftime leading the hanging on drew Brees one hundred twenty seven yards and a late game interception. Ending the saints chances. The Blackhawks have lost four out of five smothered in Winnipeg down six to three. They scored a couple of late goals to make it close before losing six five Connor halibut plays. Corey Crawford who gave up six goals again. Artem Anisimov scored late for the losing hawks where Nashville tomorrow the MAC championship game is tonight with northern Illinois against buffalo up in Detroit. The bulls take a four game losing streak into Detroit tonight college ball, Chicago's Tapie east west university for its first win in nine games this year ninety two sixty seven, but if you think that's bad Saint Louis college of pharmacy, finally one ending a one hundred eight game. Losing streak the tech. Dick's beat Linda Belleville Utecht. Expedia mixture of chemical substances by eleven earning. Its first win since the first game of the two thousand fourteen season Saint Louis college pharmacy. Tommy Lasorda has been traded away. By the cubs to the angels for player to be named later or cash with sports at fifteen forty five and all the bears Josh list. News Radio seven hundred ninety FM WBZ news time, seven forty eight. Now,.

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"rick full" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"If you look at my early keynotes, I always spent the first twenty minutes establishing the I was born in Russia. I did lemonade stand. Like a lot of people who are already shaking their head because they like most of my fans have to skip the first twenty three minutes of a video because like all right? I get it fucking lemonade Edison. I know it they want to get to the main point of the video. I think I think I think it's very listen. I always say watch what I do not what I say I made videos for five or seven years where I would give my back story, and I didn't care that it was annoying to some because the back story the first comic book number one is always the most important. So I do think establishing the back story is important. But it's something you can play with. Or you could be very clever with making your intro. Right. A thirteen second version of that back story. So there's a lot of ways to play. But yes, I believe back story really matters. I'll tell you this. And you're you're obviously extremely young dude. But for a lot of people here, the biggest problem, I have with backstories is people tweaking them to paint a picture that helps them in what they're trying to accomplish in the short term. So not only do I believe in backstories, but enormously. Really highly recommend to everybody that it's the truth. I mean, we're I'm watching people. I'm watching people. I went to school with high school talk about them being an entrepreneur when they were full student like all I need to do is have one day when I want to go into the comments, it'd be like Rick's full of shit. He was a student, and it's all over don't ever let somebody have that leverage over you. So the backstory should be like short, or should you go in detail while I look I think if you're doing a live event than you have everybody's attention. You could tell the full detail, but as you can imagine if you're putting out a video every day or often if you tell the same backstory in the beginning, it does create a bone ability. You see what I mean? So maybe for your video you do it once a week for a month full then in month. Monto you create a nice ten second version of it. And then that can play out for like a year. Right. Yes. Like where you're from. What how old are you? I think those con- blushing context matters. Like, you have you ever advantage? You're awfully young that makes it interesting. And I think that's something that you should play like everybody should play up there advantages summer young. Some are funny. Some are pretty like like like, I watch people see that they have advantages and treat them as insecurities or shy away from them when they should be leaning into them. Right. So I see a lot of young. People trying to act like they're more experienced when they should be leaning into actually being young. And having that context, it's why I said something that will bring you a lot of value for a lot of you. I told you document don't create the reason documenting is so great. I k just logging whatever the truth is the truth. You don't have to think you just have to live. It's why I'm a good public speaker. I only just sit up here and talk about my truth. There is no slides or any. I don't over think it. I'm just telling you, the current state of what's going through my mind and oftentimes it's similar to other shit you heard, but what's great about any piece of content is all you need to do is say one thing one way one time, and it's a completely different paradigm shift even Oates systematically at the highest levels. It's the same shit. You've always been saying. Do you know what the biggest compliment? I get is. When people Email me or leave a common Instagram and say a lot of my friends say Gary is repetitive. That's why they've stopped watching him or people Email me and say you'll bro. I don't want you anymore. You repetitive. That's the biggest compliment I can get. I mean, some consistently speaking my truth. Thanks, gary..

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"rick full" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"A new podcast from Michigan radio and NPR looks at how a team of women put one of the worst serial sexual abusers behind bars. This is on point. I'm Meghna Chalker bardy. We're talking about the competing visions for the character of the country those closing arguments that were hearing in the last day before the twenty eighteen midterm elections. And we want to hear from you. What are the values in the visions that you want for the future of the country? And which one of the candidates that you're going to be voting for best ascribes, or or is forwarding that value and the and that vision, and I'm joined this hour by Lisa Desjardins. She's with us from Washington. She's a correspondent for PBS NewsHour. She's been traveling a lot and spending time on the campaign trail in places such as Florida, Missouri, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania and Lisa we've got a lot of callers. Join us. So let me just get a couple of them in here while I can Steve is calling from Tampa, Florida. Steve you're on the air. Thank you for taking my call. I would just like to comment a little bit on what lease has been saying about the temperature of Florida, and what's going on down here in the election. First of all trying to use red tide is a political argument or a way to defeat. Rick Scott is kind of absurd. It's not Rick's full. It's not Donald Trump's wall the natural occurring event. It's been going down here since nineteen thing going on since then so the people of Florida lightning environment. I mean, it's, you know, the nature state, and we have wonderful climate down. Here. We've got very clean air. We've got very clean water. So it's becoming a political issue and Bill Nelson's been, you know, the Senate for almost my entire lifetime. And haven't seen too much action from him regarding that, so I I look at that as being an issue that is important Floridians, but it's not a political issue. And when you try to politicize naturally occurring event like this, it just looks stupid. Yeah. So Steve hang on going to get you yourself. Point here for a second. But about that red tide here, we've got a comment coming in on Facebook. Chris mcphail says quote in Florida environment is the key. We don't need any more of the red tide that was exasperated by big business as a result. And this is these are Chris's words of our idiot. Governor Rick Scott. Yeah. Red tide has been around forever. But man has recently made it much more deadly. What do you think about that? Steve ask him which big business. He's talking about because there hasn't been enormous influx of big businesses or increases in phosphate mining or or any of the things that you want. Maybe if you want to blame it on something blame it on the housing growth where people use fertilizer on their lawn, but it's not big businesses causing red tide. All right. Well, Steve thank you so much for your call. Lisa. Nina respond. Absolutely. That is the argument Republicans are making they're saying this is not fair to Rick Scott. This is an environmental problem that could happen at any time in has happened for hundreds of years, but the truth is whether you think it should be a political issue or not that's fair to debate. But it is a political problem for Rick Scott as you heard from Chris who wrote in. Okay. Well, let's go to Casey who's calling from Gothenburg Nebraska. Casey, you're on the air. Magna thanks for taking my call. So my main concern, and I find it very interesting that Lisa did make a shoutout to Nebraska where there is this huge amount of emotional charge in its election. Right. There's a lot of visceral reaction in how people are making their decisions and people I'm finding are very far right or far left. Right. And so we'd be in Nebraska, specifically, there's a lot of misinformation and a lot of back talk in regard, Hugh, people saying that they're willing to work bipartisan in a bipartisan manner going across party lines. But they go back on that when they don't exactly against the that point that are trying to make and voting on party lines. And so when I make my vote I'm looking at those candidates that are willing to work across. Are you live in order to actually get things that she? So you're looking at their actual voting records. Then. Absolutely. Okay..

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"rick full" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"One degrees in Chicago right now under partly sunny skies going to a nice mild high of seventy today. WBZ news time, eight forty five time for sports. Here's Rick full football schedule for Sunday number one of the NFL season. Eight games at noon. Four more in the afternoon. And then a big one tonight for the bears. Tell him more in a moment. But first baseball and the cubs who are awake again in Washington after finally finishing their double header with the nationals at one forty four eastern this morning. A long day a long weekend and nothing to show for it is Washington to both halves of the double header ten three and six five and after waiting a long time Friday before rain out Saturday more than three hours of rain delays as well. Today's game doesn't figure to go as planned a one hundred percent chance of rain in DC through the day. We'll see what they do might been Gumri scheduled to pitch it, Milwaukee one. So the cubs division lead went from four games to two and a half in one day. Mike trout had a pair of homers off James shields. Five for five five RBI. And all angels beat the White Sox. Twelve three or another Lopez to throw today rookie or hey Lopez of the royals took a perfect game into the ninth and Minnesota didn't get it. But Casey still one for one night. Only Asaka is the first Japanese woman to win the US open up ending. Serena Williams in straight sets. Serena abandoned her own chances though, mad at the chair umpire after he accused her of getting coaching during the match. Serena slammed her racket then called the empire thief. He Dr a full game Williams likely was not going to win. Anyway, Osaka dominated the first Senate had the upper hand in the second twin all of the drama went down Jovovich del Potrero in the men's final today. Justin Rose has a one shot lead into the final round of the BMW championship. But they won't tee off until at least eleven our time due to rain in Pennsylvania college football, northwestern scored on its first possession, then could not score again. Twenty one seven the final in favor of Duke in Evanston, Illinois beat western Illinois. Notre Dame beat ball state, Utah beat northern seventeen six and to count. Arizona state's field goal is. Time ticked out beat number fifteen. Michigan state sixteen thirteen produce lost to eastern Michigan time to do this. Anthony Miller right in soon as I get out there. I'm gonna give everything I got on Carolus across when you're gonna give a hundred percent every play their rookie on the bears. Meet the Packers the season opener at Lambeau Field caps a full day of NFL week one football, and yes, Khalil Mack and roquan. Smith are expected to see some action for the bears de tonight pregame four o'clock kick-off seven twenty right here on the home of the bears. Rick, Greg, NewsRadio radio seven eighty five point on FM. Hi, it's Jamie, progressive's number one number two employee. Leave a message at the. Hi, jamie. It's you, Jamie. Don't be alarmed, but I think there's a guy following you. Maybe we should get that guard dog we talked about nothing too scary. Maybe like a Bichon with an attitude. You know, progressive's collision insurance covers injured dogs and cats and no extra cost. So wait the guy stood up when I stood up. He's on the phone. He's looking right.

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"rick full" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on KCBS All News

"So she was able to get out and she was on the floor and we were there trying to help her all esta pinon is with the miami dade fire department our units responded to find eight trapped vehicles under the bridge at this time we've transported eight victims the hospitals w f o r tv's rick full bob the initial report is that the cars were stopped at a red light when the pedestrian bridge collapsed that there were no warning signs and it looks as though the bridge just came down it was not to be put in use for pedestrians till next year federal safety investigators will be on the scene cbs transportation safety analyst mark rosen kerr is a former ntsb chairman they'll be looking very carefully at the design drawings and to try to see if in fact there had been validation ahead of time before they had begun to make construction from these designs the trump organization has been ordered by the special counsel robert muller to turn over documents some of those may have a connection to russia and says cbs cbs's jeff gays by requesting the documents suggest that they are looking for emails docu perhaps pertaining to some of the moscow deals that were talked about during really the end of two thousand fifteen and the first few months or few weeks of two thousand sixteen statement the trump organization responded saying this is old news in our assistance and cooperation with the various investigations remains the same today late word a us military haircut aircraft likely a helicopter has crashed in western iraq several people aboard u s officials say it's likely that there are taliban marriage of the president's son donald trump junior is breaking up his wife and nasa filed for divorce today in new york city and uncontested proceeding that means there might not be a battle over assets custody of the couple's five children on wall street the dow gained one hundred fifteen the nasdaq was down fifteen now this capital one used card lock to instantly lock your capital one credit card what's in your wallet offered by capital one bank usa na copyright two thousand eighteen no word in the english language is less convincing than.

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"rick full" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Were there trying to help her all esta pinon is with the miami dade fire departments responded to find eight trapped vehicles under the bridge at this time we've transported eight victims to hospitals w f o r tv's rick full bob the initial report is that the cars were stopped at a red light when the pedestrian bridge collapsed that there were no warning signs and it looks as though the bridge just came down it was not to be put in use for pedestrians till next year federal safety investigators will be on the scene cbs transportation safety analyst mark rosen kerr is a former ntsb chairman they'll be looking very carefully at the design drawings and to try to see if in fact there had been validation ahead of time before they had begun to make construction from these designs the trump organization has been ordered by the special counsel robert muller to turn over documents some of those may have a connection to russia and says cbs's jeff gays by requesting the documents suggest that they are looking for emails documents perhaps pertaining to some of the moscow deals that were talked about during really the end of two thousand fifteen and the first few months or few weeks of two thousand sixteen and in a statement the trump organization responded saying this is old news in our assistance and cooperation with the various investigations remains the same today late word a us military haircut aircraft likely a helicopter has crashed in western iraq several people aboard us officials say it's likely that there are fatalities marriage of the president's son donald trump junior is breaking up his wife and esa filed for divorce today in new york city and uncontested proceeding that means there might not be a battle over assets or custody of the couple's five children on wall street the dow gained one hundred fifteen the nasdaq was down fifteen now this capital one us card lock to instantly lock your capital one credit card what's in your wallet offered by capital.

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Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Cbs news on the hour presented by buffalo wild wings i'm dave barrett this afternoon a pedestrian bridge at miami's florida international university collapsed onto a multi lane street it was shocking very shocking woman helped rescue a driver whose car was hit by a bridge section miami dade fire departments paul esta penny in with this update our units responded to find eight traps vehicles under the bridge time we've transported eight victims the hospitals and says w f o r tv's rick full bomb we do know and have been able to confirm through our sources that several people at least have been killed we've also been able to witness another three or four people being treated for injuries some of them being transported from the scene and taken to local hospital bridge had just been put in place last weekend was to open next year city of sweetwater mayor orlando lopez was soon to be common iconic stable partner productivity between the city and the university has actually turned out to be national trilogy us subpoena has been issued by special counsel robert muller demanding documents from the trump organization some of which are linked to russia andrew cohen is cbs news senior legal analyst is obvious why the special counsel investigators would want this information from the trump organization and there's little doubt that the company will have to comply how the politics of it shakes out depends i suppose on how broad or narrow the subpoena is and how closely the president is coordinating with the company on how to respond in a statement this afternoon the trump organization says it continues to cooperate with various investigations condemnation from the us today of russia for an attack this month in britain sarah sanders at the white house briefing united states as we have said all along stands in solidarity with its closest ally the united kingdom we share the united kingdom's assessment that russia's responsible for the reckless nerve agent attack on british citizen and his daughter and the united states is working together with our allies and partners ensure that this kind of attack does not happen again britain france and germany have all had harsh words for russia following that attack also today nineteen russian individuals are now subject to more sanctions those imposed by the us for hacking and for election meddling stateside toys r us is closing all of its stores thousands of employees to be laid off heads up says business analyst jill schlesinger telling consumers if you have a toys r us gift card tried.

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"rick full" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on KCBS All News

"San jose two o'clock this is cbs news on the hour presented by ziprecruiter i'm dave barrett this afternoon a pedestrian bridge at miami's florida international university collapsed onto a multi lane street it was shocking very shocking woman helped rescue a driver whose car was hit by a bridge section miami dade fire departments paul esther penny in with this update our units responded to find eight trapped vehicles under the bridge at this time we've transported eight victims to hospitals and says w f o r tv's rick full bom we do know and have been able to confirm through our sources that several people at least have been killed we've also been able to witness another three or four people being treated for injuries some of them being transported from the scene and taken to local hospital bridge had just been put in place last weekend and was to open next year city of sweetwater mayor orlando lopez was soon to be common iconic staple part any connectivity between the city and the university has actually turned out to be a national tragedy us subpoena has been issued by special counsel robert muller demanding documents from the trump organization some of which are linked to russia andrew cohen is cbs news senior legal analyst it is obvious why the special counsel as investigators want this information from the trump organization and there's little doubt that the company will have to comply how the politics of it shakes out depends i suppose on how broad or narrow the subpoena is and how closely the president is coordinating with the company on how to respond in a statement this afternoon the trump organization says it continues to cooperate with various investigations condemnation from the us today of russia for an attack this month in britain sarah sanders at the white house briefing united states as we have said all along stands in solidarity with its closest ally the united kingdom we share the united kingdom's assessment that russia's responsible for the reckless nerve agent attack on british citizen and his daughter and the united states is working together with our allies and partners ensure that this kind of attack does not happen again britain france and germany have all had harsh words for russia following that attack also today nineteen russian individuals are now subject to more sanctions those imposed by the us for hacking and for election meddling stateside toys r us is closing all of its stores thousands of employees to be laid off heads up says business analyst jill schlesinger telling consumers if you have a toys r us gift card tried.

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"rick full" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Together coming up the news brought to us by twin river casino we begin with a developing story unfolding now in miami florida the fire department confirming there are multiple fatalities after the collapse of a footbridge this happened on the campus of florida international university at least five cars have been crushed isabella carrasco saw what happened really just huddling together and making sure that everyone's okay even people that don't call me there they they came to me and comforted me pedestrian on the side of the road i mean this communities so strong when so loyal to one another that it's really no surprise that they've come together in a moment of tragedy the fourteen million dollar bridge crossed over a highway dividing the u campus from the city of sweetwater florida multiple ambulances on scene right now again this bridge had just been installed on saturday of this past week a brand new bridge and again rescue crews on scene and there are fatalities let's get more cbs news special report there are fatalities in florida from pedestrian bridge collapse at florida international university in miami here's w f o r tv's rick full by brand new bridge you in west miami dade has collapsed killing several people and injuring many more we don't have exact numbers yet and of course in the early goings of these breaking news stories that kind of information is typically not not available with any kind of certain nine hundred fifty ton overpass was installed last saturday this woman adjust driven past the bridge as for survivors and it was one of the construction workers who have been injured in a fall and he was pulled off to the side of the road he seemed a little delirious little confused congressman mario diaz balart it'd be a lot of questions to be answered for right now the most important thing is to try to save again save these people who are hopefully still alive cbs news special report i'm dave barrett wbz news we'll keep you posted on the story coming out of miami florida throughout the coming hours let's update the power outage situation in massachusetts right now crews working round the clock have reduced the number to thirteen thousand seven hundred twenty two again the cape and south shore with the hardest hit by the.

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"rick full" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on WWL

"Day when i'm watching football if i see a guy jersey helmet i said he's an attorney or you know or he he turley ben that guy that guy turley i i unlike i like that that's a that's a good way to use it it's a good updated you know instead of using going postal which is a rather modern cliche we could say you know the guys guy lead berry i appreciate the call here is a tax that says i'm tired of hearing go blank yourself and i hear that one a lot well maybe that has to do with what you actually do if you would like to join us with your comment is there a phrase a cliche that we could update from the past is there a fraser cliche that you are just so tired of hearing you wish people would stop saying our numbers two six zero one eight seventy area code 5042601870 texas eight seventy here is a text that says i wouldn't do that for all the deflated footballs in tom brady's closet i'm screwed hang on we're coming right back with more of your comments after our cbs wwl news update cbs news special report there are fatalities in florida from a pedestrian bridge collapse at florida international university in miami here's our tv's rick full brand new bridge on the campus in west miami dade has collapsed killing several people and injuring many more we don't have exact numbers yet and of course in the early goings of these breaking news stories that kind of information is typically not not available with any kind of certain nine hundred fifty ton overpass was installed last saturday this woman adjust driven past the bridge as for survivors and was one of the construction workers who have been injured in a fall and he was pulled off to the side of the road he seemed a little delirious little confused congressman mario diaz balart it'd be a lot of questions to be answered the right now the most important thing is trying to save again save these people who are hopefully still alive cbs news special report i'm dave barrett wwl news time to thirty two i'm jim hanzel on your official weather station wwl am fm and dot com the man convicted.

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"rick full" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A frantic rescue effort underway right now at florida international university in miami a pedestrian bridge suddenly collapsed trapping at least five vehicles underneath there are fatalities here's more from w f o r tv's rick full boom in miami for news has been able to confirm that there are at least several people who have been killed and there may be more we're just gonna have to wait and see exactly once first responders are able to assess exactly how many cars and people are still trapped underneath the debris of this bridge you can see there that heavy crane is a big big red crane that has been brought in in what workers are going try to do i'm sure is to lift away the portions of this bridge that are now on top of cars so that they can get to people who are in those vehicles and get them the medical help that they need but again this is going to be a painstaking work you see the first responders there on the scene for miami dade fire rescue you could see florida highway patrol there on the scene as well but we have been told that the doctors and medical students who are nearby have been rushing to the scene going to try to help out with the wounded and is a frantic seen again we are getting confirmation of multiple fatalities at least five vehicles trapped underneath that bridge which incidentally had just been installed on saturday and the weight of at nine hundred and fifty tons the span a hundred and seventy four feet long we're going to be following that story out of miami for you obviously throughout the afternoon our other top story at three working nonstop utility crews have managed to sharply cut down the number of outages across massachusetts from our last nor'easter for some of you blizzard the number of customers without power is now under fifteen thousand those outages are mainly in wellesley barnstable sandwich and plumpton so again the cape and south shore at and t says it is fully restored service for customers on the cape who were literally cut off in terms of communications during that storm and the cleanup goes on not just for crews but for homeowners on the.

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"rick full" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the two thousand sixteen election now more on our top story reports have fatalities following the collapse of a pedestrian bridge at a university outside of miami here's w f o rt reporter rick full bomb with the latest tragic story involving the collapse of a brand new pedestrian bridge on the campus of f i you cbs four news has now confirmed that several people have been killed in this accident against several people are dead as a result of a brand new pedestrian bridge collapsing this is a bridge that went across south west eighth street on the campus of fau and it literally just opened within the last several days and today now a terrible tragedy taking place exactly how we have no idea but again this is on the campus of i you in west miami dave and you can see the span of that bridge virtually the entire span of it has collapsed onto itself there are a number of cars that are still trapped underneath the debris of what was this pedestrian bridge we have also seen in these live pictures people being treated for injuries on the side of the road in some cases in the middle of the highway south west eighth street where first responders set up a bit of a triage center on the medium there on that stretch in between the two the the lanes on that highway again we have been able to confirm several people have been killed in this accident and of course this is a terrible tragedy but the fact that it comes just days after having been open to the public is is is another added layer of interest in this story that is w f o rtd reported rick full bomb in miami with the latest on the bridge collapsed pedestrian bridge collapse at florida university international university florida international university and of course jeff brown and laurie kirby we'll have more on this story throughout the afternoon so keep it right here wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to fifty two catholic and jewish leaders in poland are trying to strengthen their ties after a polish is really dispute sparked anger on both sides now there were bad feelings boiling up in late january over a new polish law that makes blaming poland for germany's holocaust holocaust crimes of a criminal offence or this week the polish bishops conference described antisemitism as contradictory to the principles of christian love we.

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"rick full" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To our top story the school shooting in southern florida this is an unfolding situation the sheriff just saying moments ago that the gunmen gun person we don't know the gender is still on the loose students are now marching out of the school in parkland hands over their heads authorities say at least twenty people have been injured w for reporter carry cod is on seeing a number of broward sheriff's office deputies running towards this particular situation showing their courage and bravery dealing with what is unfolding at this school right now i spoke into a couple of parents one who told me that she heard from her daughter that she was inside a classroom where there were shots fired she said fortunately her daughter is okay her daughter was able to hide to block herself not able to get a look at who was doing the shooting spoke to a couple of students who said they just heard but what sounded like a fire drill going off they heard folks from the school screaming t to evacuate the campus to get out of the school they were taking all possible precautions folks who are just very very concerned and worried about their friends their children obviously it's hard to like i said it's hard to put into words what the feeling is like here right now you can only imagine for a parent or guardian or a loved one of a child to arrive here on this campus and not know exactly what is going on with their son or daughter or their loved one you can imagine what they are going through we also heard from another reporter in florida for reporter rick full bomb he has been on his cell phone talking with a student huddled in hiding with her classmates in a closet in nine high school also a teacher in a stuffy closet they've been communicating that way that students says their teacher has been informed we don't know the source that twenty people had been injured five people shot and that the shooter may have been a former student we think nail at this point in time but a again we are waiting for official confirmation this is unfolding situation but again this is happening and parkland florida which is in broward county we have more information coming up in just route nine minutes in a cbs special report with jeff brown wbz news time is 340 to we're going to check traffic and weather together.

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"rick full" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

KCMO Talk Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"rick full" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio

"The congregation i don't really care more fully about you but to extend their compassion to scores of other families affected by senseless tragedy news yo yeah jerusalem the uh so i as the the aware i am not a a vice president of an organization called the north american board of rabbis and one of the things we discussed was whether or not uh we the organization should issue a statement a of any kind in connection with the uh action of the president in suggesting that rick full recognition of jerusalem as the capital for the state of israel on than the in theoretically not excluding the notion that to jerusalem cut will and can also be the this the capital of a ultimate palestinian state in moving the embassy it cetera uh we ultimately decided that the the best response was to knock issue a statement but this was the statement that i drafted and then i want to add an them the the statement everyone out while there may be disagreements among us about specific policies there is unanimity that for three thousand years the jewish people have known the jerusalem was and remains the capital city of our dreams and nations the actor mother president today acknowledges that reality on behalf of the north american border rabbi as we expressed appreciation for his response we pray this step will enhance prospects for peace in that troubled part of the world and for people everywhere and that was the statement that never went out my own fear is that the action was intended to have a alternative purpose they've got me into trouble namely to stir up violence in the mud in the muslim world so that the emit will contribute to the continuing debilitation and limitations on muslims in the united states and coming to the united states that's my fear uh even as uh our rocker tom friedman had a remarkable column called the art of the giveaway uh which is to say to the extent that the whole expansion of settlements is an obstacle to peace in a clearly is an obstacle on the palestinian side to coming to the table in negotiating peace um the this recognition i believe would have been wellserved diplomatically if a if a response had been and any estranged no settlement expansion let me give it a try yep yep uh in in.

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