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"robert chris" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

14:06 min | 10 months ago

"robert chris" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"I'd love to hear what Christmas finding in his is that yeah. The caliber of entrepreneurs is fantastic. I wrote a post just recently called the peace dividend of the seed surge. which was you know we've had seven times more founders raise a million dollars or more over the last ten ten years and many of those have felt now? Let me take on piles venture capital seven times more people have felt what that pressure feels like they've tried to fit into that. Unicorn costume over and over and over again and maybe they want something different the next time around and you know what when you look at Eileen study. It's the second and third time entrepreneurs who tend to be making the big breakthrough companies and so if you look different if you give them an alternative pass what's maybe that will attract the right kinds of folks. I can't help but things that it will Chris. What do you think this yeah. I would agree with that. I mean I think both both on the I. I felt it heavily on the L. P. Side for sure you know when I would lay out my vision for blue note ventures in the leadership piece piece in particular. The reaction was always very obvious to me. It was either resonating with someone in which case the fish would tend to go one direction or it was absolutely not resonating in which case I knew it was probably not a great use of either our time and and that was very hard for me. At first I for sure when I was looking to get those first anchor Oh ps and I was operating with the fear that it wasn't going to get to a point where it could be real that was hard for me to stick to the script but but I I did and much like Bryce I think at the end of the day the people who are on aboard or the true believers and wanted to come along for the ride and wanted to be part of the division so I was excited about that on the entrepreneur side I absolutely believe that it will resonate with the right people and I think one of the primary drivers of that is because of the entrepreneurs themselves that we've worked with that continues to be the the best source of ideal flow and the best. I think for for any entrepreneur trying to understand what it's like working with an investor the best the thing you can do is talk to other other entrepreneurs. They worked with. I mean it's it's out there. It's available. It's a real thing everyone has their own style. I'll not just the two of us are. Everyone is a little bit different in the way they do it the way they go about it. and you know I'm. I'm a firm believer that let's if you stay true you are and you interact with dodge preneurs way that comes from your heart and speaks to you are then that message message gets out there. You know I'm glad you you you. You shifted it. You know Chris to that because and I'm gonNA sound a little bit wii your older brother guys because I'm older than both of you for you know from where I sit and I've been. I've been coaching now for ten years. The number of entrepreneurs who speak to the same issues that both of you have spoken into an and Eileen did us all a favor by giving US language around this Unicorn but but she did not identify something new phenomena that's been going on. I think as long as human beings have been together which is this phenomena of ourselves is pretending to be someone we're not and who we pretend to be depends on different society society factors right when I was coming of age as an adult it was pretend to be Bill Gates rain and then it was pretend to be her her and then it was pretend to be this one in pretend to be that when in pretend to be this one and the result is this constant diminuation of self to the point where people walk around going who the Fuck Am I. I've been pretending to be someone else for so long that I'm disconnected it from who I truly am and the pain of that and but as macculloch Duca this this existential pain of being just disconnected from the truest sense of our own values. That's a that's not a phenomena that is limited to these times to the Unicorn Times now. I say this because I'm going to say something to you guys. I often say to other coaches. Were just beginning this experience of pain that you both had of trying to raise money for peace in facing rejections of trying to do things things differently of trying to fit a wear a different suit that is more fitting for you. Do not forget that feeling the entrepreneurs dealing with that every single day every single day and you you get to have a superpower. You get to have a distinct competitive advantage because you get to know what it's like to walk in there. She's not in some theoretical way of all I get. I understand what it's like to build a company. Yeah that's important because you both entrepreneurs neuron way but let's get to know what it's like every day to have to make choices around family or friends or face rejection and that's an experience that I you think entrepreneurs will resonate with 'cause when they come to my office nascent on my cash. Nick cry with they're really looking for is a partner partner Chris. You started to say something before you said the entrepreneurs with whom we were whom we work or we work for and then and you corrected yourself work with but I think your first instinct was spot them right right yeah Jerry. How do we help them connect to that. Do you know what I mean because as you know the coaching client relationship it is different than a V. C. I'm your boss. I'm your board member. My job is a board members to hire and fire you right. How do we give them a place. Make it avail empower them because you're right. I mean you and I have gone back and forth on this a little bit. which is you know I'm? I don't come from an operating background. You know I'm not going to be that board member. Who saying Hey I'm looking at your margins right now and I know Eh this is going on here. That's going on some you know or hey. I was in that when I was a CEO. I knew exactly how to handle this. Here's what you do right right. Okay so I'm going to coach. She brands okay. What feeling do you have behind the observation. Hey I don't come from that operation back operational background ground. I can't talk to you about margins. What feeling about yourself is implicit in that statement that I don't look look like some other? BBC's right eventually don't come from the same background that people say you're supposed to have to be a super veasey right and so therefore you're inadequate adequate some capacities route you right so hold onto the connection to that feeling slightly inadequate. I'm less than okay okay. Is it true or not of course not of course not and you and I both know the person across the table from me it feeling the exact same way exactly right right and so what you're really asking is how do I help them. Well the first thing we do and Brad fell denial talk about this a lot in DC bootcamp. We're going to do this this spring but the first thing you to his take care of your own internal insecurities. I do not do the violence and project them onto the entrepreneur because I feel inadequate. I'm going to overstate one of about to say and get aggressive. Your margin suck well. What the fuck do. I know who I'm just a V C. I haven't run a business. Listen fifteen years right right but I just read Fred's postponed just ripped right right exactly and we're all care about your grows large laughing because we've all sat in those board meetings were the blowhard starts talking right and rule number one get control of your own feelings acknowledge. What's going on so a simple thing is hey. I don't have any experience in this particular area but what occurs to me. Is this question right. One of the things that I always observed. Is that board members. I hint ask too few questions and make too many statements. You know what I mean. Guys yeah no I you know I I when I first laid out the idea for buono ventures a lot of people come to me and say well. That sounds great. How are you GonNa know who the authentic leaders. Dr And I got this very uncomfortable queasy feeling in my stomach. That's the last thing I wanted to be was in a position of ordaining deigning who was an authentic leader and who was not that as a in a lot of it came down to two that very feeling and and what I realized Jerry to your point was first things first. Let me try and model what I wanted to be first in terms of some some of those traits that in look it's all aspirational. We can talk about it all day long. I'm never gonNA be Bryce is never going to be Jerry. You're never gonNA be although you might. I'm not sure you might be one exception. Both time or Never GonNa get there so the the question is along that aspirational journey How can you model it and I've also found along the way is when you try and do that. It's the quickest way to get the entrepreneurs. You're you're you're talking to the entrepreneurs working for to to go there as well. It creates a much safer environment for them. It creates a much much more open. Dialogue in a kind of immediately breaks down some of the barriers that create the exchange that you embrace were just talking about which gets nowhere fast bets right so so. I think you said it incredibly well to your question you know. How do we help I. I understand what's going on for you. What I often Paul radical self inquiry what the Heck is oh. My insecurity just triggered now about to speak in that moment. I have a choice I can be aggressive or I could be supportive in generative in the relationship second to Chris's point to really connect back into the experience that the that the entrepreneurs having what's going on. I'm reminded a tick not Hans. Quote piece begins with me. Someone has to be brave enough to go first. Someone has to be brave enough in the middle of that boardroom to say. I don't really have the answer but here's a guess create space. I could be wrong. I'm just going coming on gut field here or hey. I have four of the companies in my portfolio and I'm doing that crazy thing. VC's do which is pattern matching because I afford the companies therefore I think I know the truth. The truth is invented every single time in every single investment. There are things to learn that you can carry over but a kind of spacious nece around that and I think that the first way it happens happens. Is that you you have to get control of your own insecurity which are constant and inevitable and always there. Does this resonate with the two of you. I could be wrong. I mean I see what I did. I mean as you've probably experienced. There's oftentimes two conversations going on in the board meeting. There is the business of the board meeting and then there's the show of the the board meeting right the you know you're you're now on board with someone who has a great investment track record in you want them to see you as chest super super sharp and the next time you show them the thing. You're really excited about the they're. GonNa lead it. You'RE GONNA look really really smart. You're LP's they're. GonNa think you're really smart art and you've built this relationship there right in front of your CEO Right in front of the right in the board made by making that super insightful question about their margins right and those are two very different things very different. You know well I think I I think you speak to another thing that it that investors can do to help the entrepreneurs just like CEOS can do to help themselves in help their staff..

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"robert chris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"robert chris" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Daybreak continues spun wish TV at three WIBC. carrie underwood is facing a lawsuit for her sunday night football song game on singer heidi meryl says the sunday night football tune is a direct copyright violation of a song shiro she suing underwood the n._f._l. and n._b._c. merrill says she pitched a song to carrie underwood's producer in two thousand sixteen she claims the producer gave it to underwood meryl's lawyers said this is a blatant attempt by celebrity single singer to rip off other artists work and it won't be tolerated none of the defendants have commented on the lawsuit julia roberts chris hit after octavia spencer are just a few of the celebrities who will have stars on the hollywood walk of fame the hollywood chamber of commerce has welcome selection committee announced yesterday the list of celebrities who will soon receive stars on or near hollywood boulevard this video paint got her star daytime stars dr phil and wendy williams are also on the list the dates of their ceremonies have not been announced yet again can't believe join Doesn't have a star. The man who has provided his voice for every Pixar movie. Speaking out, David Daniel explains in the Hollywood minute. John Ratzenberger voices ham, and Toy Story four. In fact, he's provided a voice for every Pixar filled going back to Tory story doesn't years ago, just gave a lecture Chicago university thousand people audience, I realized every single students grew up to sound of my voice on the good way. The. Have to work together. Good omens about an angel and a demon working together to keep the world from ending has incurred the wrath of more than twenty thousand people say, signed an online petition started by the Christian group return to order, demanding the miniseries, be cancelled one problem. They directed the petition to net flix and as you can see in the lower. Right. The show is on Amazon prime. Welcome to the end times. The group has taken the petition off luck in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. It is five twenty six Indiana food desert, the city of any Napoli's helps fund and new grocery store head on daybreak. We'll tell you where it is and the concepts put into practice and how Indiana state police is trying to keep marijuana out of Indiana,.

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Hollywood Walk of Fame's 2020 Class Revealed: Julia Roberts, Chris Hemsworth and More

WIBC Programming

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Hollywood Walk of Fame's 2020 Class Revealed: Julia Roberts, Chris Hemsworth and More

"Julia roberts chris hit after octavia spencer are just a few of the celebrities who will have stars on the hollywood walk of fame the hollywood chamber of commerce has welcome selection committee announced yesterday the list of celebrities who will soon receive stars on or near hollywood boulevard this video paint got her star daytime stars dr phil and wendy williams are also on the list the dates of their ceremonies have not been announced yet again can't believe join Doesn't have a

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"robert chris" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"robert chris" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I mean, that's typically how it works which with that being said, I think is the only reason to hold just a little bit of hope and faith for Doc Rivers becoming a Laker coach if this fire lit. In. If this were to be a situation where the Lakers coach in coaching spot is vacant because Jerry West and higher. Doc Rivers, Steve bombed in high Doc Rivers. So if you're gonna follow that same sort of philosophy where it may not happen quickly. But if it's not as guy everyone was number two to bring in their guy that same opportunities happening now, this is a different scenario because Dhaka's verge of winning fifty games and taking a team of broken parts about the playoffs. So they may not fire him, but he may not feel as comfortable as perhaps if he was Wu and brought in as someone's guy as opposed to trying to convince the new guy that he's worth the job any chance. I mean, I'm talking one in one hundred any chance at all that Luke comes back to reason Luke sane this is because he's heard from people in the building. Look, I know it every saying we're not doing anything you're back. I think there is a chance I think there's a chance because I think anyone with eyeballs. No. The number one reason why this team was hurt in terms of playoff standing because they were hurt. In terms of percentage. Guys, percentages percentages. I look back zero for me. Oh, wow. You might me healthy. I'm too old to say never. Okay. So some say about seven point eight nine percent chance around that up to eight. I see. I heard one and some scenes low. I understand everyone's debating Michael Jordan or LeBron as the goat. Would you hear what I'm Jay did when he was thirty four years old. It's nuts. That's next. Hugh is pretty good. All right that call MRs some detail. You mean when he pushed trying makes some moon for the brand? Now, the amazing thing the bulls go up eighty seven eighty six that's how low the score was in game six of the finals in. There was Robert Chris there was what less than ten seconds left in the game at that point or something crazy like that. Yeah. Well, that era was when Pat Riley went crazy and just totally had the game ground to a standstill it when he was in L A was Showtime there were up and down there points when he went to New York, and all of a sudden basketball changed I know the rally was in coaching in that game. But it was that bully ball stuff that the whole thing it just been absolutely bad TV other than guys like Michael Jordan doing what they could do. I see I tend to disagree. Really? I don't think it was bad TV at all. I thought the nineties brand of basketball is the reason is one of the main reasons why people today say the NBA soft because they remember eighties nineties basketball. Yeah, they ran up and down according to eighties, but sometimes you've run up, but you won't come back. Knock knock you to hell out Rambus haram that icy grain action little Bill aimed beer, Rick Mahorn. I mean, Charles those heat Knicks games were that was like watching college. They were deadly. I had to change rules because those games, you know, what I'm saying. I remember the fact that join those rallies during those those rivalry gangs because it was so physical so tense every single possession. Mad the games were closed, and they were intense, but just from a static. It was not what I like to watch me. Now back in the day in the nineties when Mike was being Mike and put about the way to win championships. You had a twenty point lead. You had a victory today. You have a twenty point lead. You have a chance to win because pace of play and three point shooting and the loosey goosey in terms of team defense individual defense makes it possible for anyone any team any moment to come back the clippers right here loss two games. Being up by twenty and laws in one gains being down by twenty..

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"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Good morning. It's eight oh three. We have some light rain. We have some fog. We have some missed and heavy rain in Denton and northwestern Collin county that's all moving to the northeast. We'll get the latest from chief meteorologist, Dan Bruneau for you coming up with traffic and weather together on the eighth with Mike Rogers in Amanda garra. I'm Scott, SAM's. This is the KRLD morning news. Thank you for being with us this morning. Top story. One of the Catholic priests named as credibly abused sexual abuser credibly accused sexual abuser by the diocese of Dallas had been working at the Dallas county jail. Here's KRLD's LP Phillips with the story. The sheriff's office says when the diocese released the names on Thursday. It was news to them that Robert Chris was named it ends up. Crispin bene- volunteer working in jail from two thousand fifteen to last year his duties included, hearing confessionals, and they were all behind the glass window in a controlled visitation. So he was never actually anywhere where he could have any kind of contact with the inmates. It was all done behind glass. And when the list came out last week, we actually found out that he was on the list. You take Raul Raina says without that list. They might have never known. He says the diocese pulled Chris from the volunteer work last fall. But never said why LP Phillips News Radio ten eighty KRLD today. The city of Dallas is expected to talk more about the juvenile curfew that recently expired, and whether they will put some sort of similar measure in place, the curfew expired last month, mid January after being on the books for almost thirty years and kept minors from being out past eleven PM. Those who support a curfew say keeps kids from getting into trouble late at night. Critics say it's an unfair way to target minorities. People are invited to speak before. Dow city council today about the curfew or proposed changes on another item on the agenda in Dallas today. Council will have to decide what to do with another controversial confederate monument. KRLD Kristen Wiesel has the story. The monument in question stands in pioneer park near Dallas is convention center. City council has three options leave it remove it or add more historical context imam. Omar Soliman hopes the city council simply takes the monument away saying what it represents should not reflect the city's values..

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"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Good morning. It's Seminole three. We have some light rain and fog moving through the area this morning. Sixty eight degrees right now chance of showers off and on today. Highs in the seventies with Mike Rogers and Amanda garra. I'm Scott, SAM's. This is the KRLD morning news. Thank you for being with us this morning. The city of McKinney. Taking action now to try to reduce the number of high water rescues along Wilson creek KRLD's. Allen sky has our top story. The McKinney city councils voted to install sensors along roads that run along Wilson creek. The city will also put up signs and lights it'll start flashing if water gets too high the fire department says the goal of the warning system to warn drivers ahead of time. So police and fire. Do not have to go in and make rescues McKinney says it's made five high water rescues along Park Avenue and valley creek trail since two thousand fifteen most recently in September. Alan scion, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD seven. Oh, four now at L D, a Catholic priest. On a list of those accused of sexual abuse has been working at the Dallas county jail. KRLD's LP Philip says Moore, Robert Chris is on the list of priests that the dic- says was credibly accused of sexual abuse. He had been a counselor at the Dallas county jail from two thousand fifteen to two thousand eighteen duties that included hearing confessions detective role Raina of the sheriff's office says it wasn't until that list was made public Thursday. Did they know about Chris past prior to the list coming out we were actually informed by a volunteer with the Catholic diocese that he will no longer be returning to the jail ministry, and they didn't provide any other kind of explanation or reason at that time that was last fall Raina says they do background checks on volunteers. But since there wasn't an investigation by a law enforcement agency. They had no way of knowing what the church was keeping in a file LP Phillips News Radio. Ten eighty KRLD in Dallas city council will have to decide what to do with another controversial. Confederate monument the monument in question. Stands in pioneer park near Dallas convention center. City council has three options leave it remove it or add more historical context imam. Omar Soliman hopes the city council simply takes the monument away saying what it represents should not reflect. The city's values symbols.

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"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"When the water gets too high along Park Avenue or valley creek trail the most recent rescue was in September. When the fire department is a man inadvertently drove into a flooded area. The fire department says high water rescues tie up crews that might be needed someplace else. Alan sky NewsRadio tonight. KRLD six four now one of the priests named as a credibly accused sexual abuser by the Catholic diocese of Dallas has been working Dallas county jail. KRLD's LP Phillips has more. The sheriff's office says when the diocese released the names on Thursday. It was news to them that Robert Chris was named it ends up. Crispin bene- volunteer working in the jail from two thousand fifteen to last year his duties included, hearing confessionals, and they were all behind the glass window in a controlled visitation environment. So he was never actually anywhere where he could have any kind of contact with the inmates. There was all done behind glass. And when the list came out last week, we actually found out that he was on the list Raul Raina says without that list. They might have never known. He says the diocese pulled Chris from the volunteer work last fall. But never said, why LP Phillips News Radio ten eighty KRLD. Lewisville police say they have arrested a man in connection with last week's robbery at a massage. Parlor. Where where the guy pretended to be a cop? They have not released the suspect's name or made it arrests police say they're still investigating last week man walked into a massage parlor asked woman giving a massage to massages private areas, and she refused. She tells police as he was leaving. He showed a gun in handcuffs claiming he was a cop and stole three hundred dollars from her the future of another confederate monument in Dallas will be decided by city council. Pay our Elise Kristen Wiesel with the.

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"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"With him on the road to states like Wisconsin, Michigan Ohio, which is a little bit weak at. I think he may have aware even audience at times with yelling USA USA. That's like a political speech. And political crowd sacks also says if Trump more more of a seasoned politician, he might have been more careful about addressing some hot button issues. But he believes not being a traditional politician has so far served Trump. Well, a Fort Worth man has died after being shot outside and east Fort Worth convenience store tonight about eight o'clock gunfire heard across the parking lot of a food mart on metabolic boulevard near I thirty and he's chased Qiando Glasgow young rushed to the hospital pronounced dead. Detectives have not said why he was shot or who did it. Or why Texas ex Vince young is out on bond after getting arrested on drunk driving charge near Houston? Monday, arrested near his Missouri city home on a misdemeanor charge released after putting up five hundred dollars a sheriff's deputy says young flunked every Sobrie. Test. They gave him two years ago. Young served eighteen months on probation for drunk driving charge out of Austin. Dallas county sheriff's office is one of the priests on the list released by the Dallas Roman Catholic diocese last week has been working as a chaplain in the Dallas county jail. Robert Chris was on the list of priests. The diocese said we're credibly accused of sexual abuse. The Dallas county sheriff's offices. They had no idea that he was suspected of that until his name was released..

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"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"robert chris" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"To reinstate the rivalry game between the aggies and the long horns. Be interesting to see if you can get that done. Abbott also called for more with disaster relief efforts after hurricane Harvey tighter, border security, and stepping up the fight against gangs, one of the priests named as a credibly accused sexual abuser. By the Dallas Catholic diocese last week was familiar to workers at the Dallas county jail. Not because he was an inmate rather because he had been a volunteer. The sheriff's office says when the diocese released the names on Thursday. It was news to them that Robert Chris was named it ends up. Crispin bene- volunteer working in the jail from two thousand fifteen to last year his duties included, hearing confessionals, and they were all behind the glass window in a controlled visitation environment. So he was never actually anywhere where he could have any kind of contact with the inmates. There was all done behind glass. And when the list came out last week, we actually found out that he was on the list Detective Ronald Raina says without that list. They might have never known. He says the diocese pulled Chris from the. Volunteer work last fall. But never said, why LP Phillips News Radio ten eighty KRLD. A man jogging on railroad tracks in wholesome city is hit by an Amtrak train and killed investigators say, it's unknown. Whether the man was wearing headphones on the tracks and couldn't hear the train coming. Amtrak service is being delayed as a result of this incident. Again, it happened in Halton city this afternoon where a man was hit and killed by an Amtrak train. Facebook is Facebook is supposed to be a social media of friends, but how many of your Facebook friends? Do you actually know? A new study finds your average if you only know about a quarter of people on your friends list. Those are people that the average person considers an actual friend. The social part of social media is disappearing. Sixty percent of people say they see their real life friends less often they say they're more interested in talking to them on Facebook as opposed to seeing them face to face. Well, there's a lot of questions lately on whether CBD oil is legal the Tarrant county district. Attorney is out with an answer in county district attorney Sharon Wilson says her office was asked to clarify whether CBD oil is legal in the state of Texas. She says under the compassionate use act of twenty fifteen CBD oil is only legal to treat epilepsy with the prescription Wilson says the state Commissioner of health added marijuana extract to schedule one of the controlled substances act. She says. That criminalized any extract from the cannabis plant, regardless of THC content or the lack thereof. Andrew Greenstein NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD coming up our favorite part of the day trip are is gonna get a pair of tickets to see Michael boo blade. That's coming up right after this. Plus, traffic and weather together on the eighth. It's five thirty six space. Some regions are.

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"robert chris" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"robert chris" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"President Trump promised special system to Foxconn chief executive told Reuters in Wisconsin, we're not building a factory. You can't use a factory to view, our Wisconsin investment. Joining me our rice former secretary of labor under President Bill Clinton, the author of the common. Good that is now out in paperback. Are you surprised Robert Chris I wish surprised it's not the eighth wonder of the world? In fact, there's no wonder at all here Foxconn, basically a lot of people. Doubted that Foxconn was going to make these jobs in Wisconsin. It was a lot of hype. And hype is shall we say nothing new to this president, you know, it was a thing that people thought was a con from the start, and it was a sort of pioneer in. What is already a tawdry genre of these kinds of throwing subsidies companies? This really was out for out and above as far as I can understand even in an area where that is pretty gross per job. Wisconsin was providing I probably the largest subsidy that has provided by any state in this kind of it is a con I mean, there's certain number of jobs that are going to be here. And if one St. provides a lot of money for those jobs to attract those jobs, it just jobs that don't go to another state. So it is a con-. It is just a job. It's money that could otherwise go to education and job training and infrastructure, and basic research, it's not really helpful to Wisconsin. I think Wisconsin is actually better without Foxconn than they are with this big subsidy and FOX. On. Yeah. The upside here is that what happens in a lot of these cases, the company does come and take the subsidies, and they don't actually end up hiring many people if Foxconn sort of pre cancels at least everyone can walk away from the deal kind of has not cancelled yet. I still hinting that it may want these subsidies. But there's absolutely no way. I mean, manufacturing jobs are not really coming back and large numbers. We have not come back to even to the number of manufacturing jobs. We had before the great recession in two thousand seven. Yeah. This is one of the sort of great promises of Trump. The idea was thirty years of kind of neoliberal trade agenda selling out the American worker themes that I think you've talked about that other people on the left have talked about that he revealed against NAFTA. That those trends are going to reverse he comes in. He quote, unquote saves the carrier jobs, which also looks to be more and more like a con he slaps on tariffs which have already wiped out the Harley Davidson profit you have Ford canceling factory in words town. He has not delivered on that court promise. No and manufacturing jobs. Remember, the reason that everybody wanted manufacturing jobs back is that they used to pay much better than service jobs, and the reason they paid so much better. If they were unionized. I mean, most of the manufacturing jobs today, particularly in right to work states. That's worth the called -ironically like Wisconsin. Now a lot of those jobs are not unionized. The starting salary is adjusted for inflation about half of what it was twenty or thirty years ago. So these are not great jobs, even if they were being created. They're not great job. Is this a better economy than than the economy? Trump inherited two years ago, the economy in terms of unemployment is a little bit better. Yes. There are more jobs. But Chris the great problem for American workers is not the number of jobs. It's the quality of the jobs, what people need are better jobs higher wages, more secure better benefits. That's the big problem across America. You've got seventy eight percent of American workers living paycheck to paycheck with very lousy jobs. Really? And that's the that's the problem. And this was the big. Here. I mean, the promise of the stop and carry also promise of this Foxconn deal, right? Was this is going to be a new era in which blue collar folks can go in and make a good healthy living wage and have a middle class life. That was why this was a tantalizing promise. Twice Scott water Walker and Donald Trump took out the building shovels to make this campaign appearance. And arguably, it's also why they were elected certainly Donald Trump across the midwest and cross and cross the rust belt..

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"robert chris" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"robert chris" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Cable x accu weather we'll turn holder today is front moves through mostly cloudy turning breezy will drop into the upper thirties later on cloudy tonight we'll see a period of snow early but little accumulation clearing late very cold low twenty two sunshine back tomorrow up to forty two for a high just forty on sunday with a mix of rain and snow i'm accuweather is bill deger on the voice of saint louis komo ex it is partly cloudy right now forty four in belleville forty seven in saint charles and forty two degrees in downtown saint louis kmox news time is six twelve a new study suggests that manmade levees meant to channel the mississippi river and prevent flooding have instead had the exact opposite effect brad blum report report focused on the lower half of the mississippi from kiro down suggests that the risk of the proverbial one hundred year flood has increased twenty percent in the past five hundred years washington university geo scientists robert chris says he's not surprised by those findings adding that river management has become a vicious cycle this is something of a protection racket the floods get worse so we keep constricting the river more than the floods get even worse and we keeps constricting the river more as if that's going to solve the problem us army corps of engineers disagrees with the findings saying the mississippi river levees have prevented one hundred billion dollars in damages over the past century fair saint louis is looking to create a shopping experience along the mississippi river this summer called the fairway and they're looking for local small businesses to set up shop always going to be based on this southern and of leonor k sullivan boulevard and they're going to be placed on the east side of the sidewalk so their backs will actually be to the river fair saint louis marketing manager julie donnelly says it's a great exposure opportunity those people that are just starting out and you know they go to craft shows but this gives them two hundred and fifty three hundred thousand people that are attend our events every year this year will be special for fair saint louis returning to the arch grounds after moving at forest park during the big city arts river renovations donnelly says the entertainment lineup is still being finalized and they hope to release that later this month or in early may fair saint louis will run july fourth sixth and seventh at the gateway arch.

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"robert chris" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"robert chris" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The city treasurer now gets final say on saint louis city's parking meters that's at city councillor jillian bush reads from wednesday's ruling that state laws giving the treasurer control over parking are unconstitutional but bush says not much will change immediately under the ordinances the treasurer continues to play a role on the parking commission and with respect to the parking meter fund but as a different slightly different and is subject to being changed by the board of aldermen supportive aldermen should choose to do so mom line yes you still have to feed the parking meters bush says this could make it easier for alderman to transfer parking meter revenue over to be used for more general purposes like roads or police no reaction yet to this ruling from city treasurer to shara jones will make you we'll keep you updated if alderman decide to make any changes to city parking a study out this week is reviving arguments about the best way to try and manage flood control along the mississippi river it suggests that human intervention in the form of levies and other engineered structures have actually increased the likelihood of flooding along the lower mississippi washington university geo scientist robert chris wasn't involved with the study but agrees with many of its findings i'm not saying turned elmo live us there are things we can do but the main thing we need to do is to stop aggravating the problem chris calls this and all the issue that's been debated since the eighteen hundreds but the new twist is that the latest study was based on sediment records in actual damage to once submerged trees rather than just relying on written records coming up in the news at five twenty two cable ex health editor fred bottom who would be hiding our head in the sand to think that there's not a problem local er doc agrees with the call for more americans to start carrying the overdose antidote naloxone to help fight the.

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"robert chris" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"robert chris" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"I think everybody would agree this is turmoil as chaos confusion it's not good for anything we always believed that there should be an orderly process and of course government is not clean order ever ever but this seems to be beyond normal bound we have convinced two very good guys robert kosta and jeremy peters to stick around and continue our conversation late into the evening so robert chris ruddy usually i mean we know the access he has to trump we know about their years long friendship when he says something it's usually fresh from farm to table and you can lay a cash wager on it being true it's still you think gonna come through yes and no grind calling around the white house today asking about romney's comments i said to my source is a direct surrogate for president trump easy directly reflecting the wishes of the president they said yes and no they say he wants his cabinet members to twist in the wind to feel uncomfortable about their positions he doesn't like their conduct and their decisions and so when ruddy gets out there and says he made the president may be making some changes the president likes it the president did not give ready his blessing i'm told to go out there and say schulkin that's why he's already was careful with his language you said different sources not the press said shokhin's on the chopping block but we do know is unrest is everywhere in this west wing inside of the cabinet little bit of cruelty to that jeremy like pulling the wings off flies it's also instantly traceable when you look at those last three officials we just showed all of them have one thing in common and that is that at some point before they were fired or departed the president defended them and talked about the health of their relationship on twitter.

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"robert chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"robert chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners of kqed the bay area will become mostly cloudy tonight with partial clearing tomorrow afternoon there is no rain in the forecast for the weekend bay area highs tomorrow will be in the upper 50s the greater lake tahoe region will be partly cloudy in the morning with a slight chance of snow in the morning this is fresh air i'm david being coolly editor of the website tv worth watching sitting in for terry gross today's guest is musician sam baker he has a new cd called land of doubt it is first since his album called say grace in 2014 which is when terry groves interviewed him about his music and his remarkable story several of his songs related directly to the attack in his near death many of his songs are like short stories ridden in the voices of characters some of his most beautiful songs or like hymns npr music critic robert chris cow described bakers music as quote simaltaneously beautiful and broken liked cracked crockery unquote bakers fourth album say grace was named by rolling stone is one of the ten best country albums of 2013 from that album here's one of his story songs it's called the tattooed woman there through wong sleeps in my bed is dry all dogs are fed the moon as aar faces red and tattoos snoop some nine.

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"robert chris" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"robert chris" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"The thirty two hundred block of bear it the second victim a 14yearold shannon of forty three hundred block of warne and both shooting stemmed from the same incidents no other information has been released the man accused of ambushing it off duty st louis police officer the central west and has been found guilty a jury took just a few hours to convict deal wolfert of first degree assault federal felony discharge of a firearm at another person and two counts of armed criminal action wolf ambush sergeant charles low in july 2015 while he was working secondary and charges are filed against 20yearold jerome brooks for tuesday's murder of 22yearold dairy and jordan near union station at eighteenth and clark and a strange twist jordan is the brother of del wolford who we just told you was convicted yesterday of shooting at st louis police officer or jersey bill man faces charges after allegedly using a stolen car to ram a st louis county police car two times before leaving them on a chase police say twenty eight year old nicholas suttles was in the car reported stolen from all the chase started in north county and eventually ended up back in all murray crashed into a parked police vehicle he was arrested and taken to the hospital due to injuries from a police dog suttles is being held on a fifty thousand dollars cash only bond we might found out find out later today four sometime next week wet the epa plans to do about the radioactive waste at the west lake land fell back in december the epa promised congress that would make an announcement sometime in january waiting to hear some news dr robert chris as with the washington university department of earth and planetary science probably the proper thing to do shh gold should train traction lewd this stuff up and get it out of here and known as probably the best longterm solution other options include capping it and leaving it in place which chris says could let contaminated water leak out the bottom also they might announce a partial evacuation or excavation and removal of the waste or a plan to build a containment vessel onsite similar to the one for nuclear waste at wheldon spring nearly eighty volunteer electricity is representing both amorim's uri amer manila noyer are leaving the.

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"robert chris" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"robert chris" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Know i i didn't think it was right and i think most people would agree with this did not fire jay gruden after three years after two consecutive winning seasons even though late last year meaning late 2016 and everybody blamed it on the defense wasn't the defense the offense failed more often than anything which is j britain's forte and jake and side of the ball they knew they were going to lose sean mcveigh they just didn't think it was going to be as soon as it as it was a why i don't know because i thought he was going to be gone with all the vacancies open i don't know why they didn't see it but to me honestly there were it really wasn't the right time to to put the blow up button on the redskins last year nor is it this year even though they potentially are going to go seven to nine if they lose the lamenting and the giants god bless you and a here it's gonna go right just go i green bay is care is going to do what he's doing it we're going to be the same all squad all right redskin his nationals winter's here but you but you can you can blame robert chris in the third dan snyder and bruce allen for kyle shanahan no twenty let me say this no i probably came from tampa bay and he was going to let you know just like granddaddy women and it just seems like toronto we may is to roll nigeria and i just want to say this i can we talk well because and i appreciate the i appreciate the volga i'll talk hockey during the week on one of six seven the fan i can't talk hockey right now even on geeked up for the winter classic at.

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"robert chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"robert chris" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lawyers and others in personal service businesses probably won't see a cut the irs is going to say well the majority of what you're getting paid a visit really wages not profit the same goes for some mom and pop stores that riedel says if you're an investor with being paid purely out of profits yes you would get the lower weight many small businesses are against the plan that robert chris santi of the international franchise association says this bill is a good start we still don't know enough about all of the details to work same were one hundred percent in favour that's code for his group is looking forward to working with congress on the final bill in washington i'm kimberly the adams for marketplace i should check the markets the footsie in london is up threetenths of a percent dow s p and nasdaq futures are up this morning plus forty one points or two tenths of a percent of the dow future nasdaq futures up threetenths percent with apple stock up three percent premarket after strong quarterly profits yesterday an increase aging companies statements about iphone sales to come marketplace morning report is supported by the size syms foundation since 1985 supporting advances in education scientific research and the arts for a more perfect union we learned this week that economic growth across all the countries that use the euro grew more than expected by sixtenths of 1 percent last quarter but statistics can lie depending on where you live there's a new book out today by the economist who served as finance minister of greeces left government at the height of the debt crisis yoenis verify focus had fought europe's demands to impose crushing austerity his book is called adults in the room my battle with the european and american deep establishment professor thanks for coming in it's a good question what do you think of what i would say is the conventional wisdom right now regarding the eurozone things generally going quite well over there might have to worry about those guys much anymore at a genes incapacity due to produce itself is evidence of moments when the reality and the narrative about that he added the become so huge you'd have denies in a situation where the numbers of prosper putting the people are suffering with more than three and a half trillion of nonperforming loans.

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"robert chris" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"robert chris" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Every goes star family god is with you and your loved ones our with them they died in war so that we could live in peace i believe that god has a special place in heaven for those who laid down their lives so that others may live free from fear and this horrible oppression now let us pledged to make the most of that freedom that they so gallantly and brilliantly fought for and they die to protect let us also pledged to tell the stories of robert chris andrew and all of america's fallen warriors today and for the next one thousand years and while we cannot know the extent of your pain what we do know is that our gratitude to them and to you is boundless and undying found lewis and and die i will always be there thank you their stories are now woven into the soul of our nation into the stars and stripes on our flag and into the beating hearts of our great great people today we also hold a special vigil for heroes who story we cannot tell because their names are unknown god alone the un known soldiers who do not know where they came from who they left behind what they hoped today but we do know what they did they fought and died in a great and noble act of loyalty and love to their families and to our country the letter written that is now famous one civil war soldier captured at all and for all time he wrote to his wife if i do not return my dear sarah never forget how much i love you noor that when my last breath escapes me on the battlefield it will whisper we're name that is the love we hear whispering throughout this sacred place and from every tombstone on these hallowed grounds so that was yesterday at arlington national cemetery and after the address the president visited a section of the cemetery for us sermon a service members killed in the iraq and afghanistan wars and following that he met with some military families watch briefly among the white marble headstones and greeted families there at arlington national cemetery so some thoughts in some statements from the president yesterday on memorial day five.

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