35 Burst results for "Schaefer"

American woman convicted in "suitcase murder" in Bali freed

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

American woman convicted in "suitcase murder" in Bali freed

"An American woman convicted of helping to kill her mother on Indonesia's tourist island of Bali has walked free from prison heather mac has been released after serving seven years of a ten year sentence she was almost nineteen and a few weeks pregnant in twenty fourteen when the body off how wealthy mother Sheila von Wiese Mack was found in a suitcase inside the trunk of a taxi had the Max then boyfriend Tommy Schaefer received an eighteen year sentence during her incarceration on Bali that deal to Stella who's been living with a foster family Max not seen her for about twenty

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U.S. woman jailed over Bali "suitcase murder" to get out early

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. woman jailed over Bali "suitcase murder" to get out early

"A Chicago woman convicted of assisting her boyfriend and her mother's murder and stuffing the body in a suitcase is being released early from a ten year sentence according to officials heather mac was eighteen when she was arrested after her mother's body was found in a suitcase in the trunk of a taxi on Indonesia's resort island of Bali authorities there say Mack received thirty four months of sentence reductions and had shown she was quote a good person before mac was convicted she gave birth to a daughter who is now six the murder happened in twenty fourteen Max boyfriend Tommy Schaefer received an eighteen year sentence his cousin pleaded guilty to helping plan the killing in exchange for fifty thousand dollars that mac was expected to inherit he was sentenced to nine years I'm

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"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

02:59 min | 3 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"And butcher on april seventh. Police searched the home of schieffer's mother. Gerard had personal items stored in spare room. Evidence recovered in the search included. A stash of women's jewelry hundred plus pages of writings in sketches depicting mutilations murders of young women which probably post on the page. It's fucking weird newspaper clippings about two women missing in since nineteen sixty nine and pieces of. Id belonging to vanished hitchhikers. Call let good enough and barbara wilcox. Both nineteen so. This is one said earlier when we weren't recording that there is these other chicks in new. We thought we were at that point. But yes. So he's starting to get connected to all these people i wanna add. Colette is good enough. No no no so. I wanna add the fact that i don't know if you're going to say this later that he bragged about killing around thirty four. We all products because a lot of them were underage and he bragged about killing these girls and in prison he. He bragged about it. So there's a chance that yeah. He probably got caught for these two but there was a chance that he killed about thirty four different boroughs ways. The two girls had last been seen alive on january eighth a week before george schaefer was sent to jail in martin county as the news clips one referred to february nineteen sixty nine disappearance of waitress carmen hawk seemingly abducted from her home. Items jewelry were found at schafer's hoard along with gold filled tooth identified by hollyoaks. Dentist but once again. No charges were filed. Goddamn do because look is how could they not charge him for any of this shit. I don't understand it like what was the year that they implemented the police system that they would. They were all able to connect what was it was a jeffrey dahmer. No it was nine thousand nine hundred seventy nine or something like that was it was the silica that he was in different states Teddy bundy ted bundy right or where. He represented himself in court. And everything right yes. Yeah he was the one that lead finally implemented a system towards like. Hey they were able to connect all of these these these different murders because back then cops were with the help of other serial killers to to understand what was happening and this is before that time. So the second woman.

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"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

03:10 min | 3 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Names should sherri shepherd not gerard schaefer. It's it's literally his for its g. s. jarred schaefer. And he's a gs. He's a fucking idiot. Bro fuck so yeah You know they were on their way to play guitar at a nearby beach. They never came back but lucille. Place had noted schafer's license number along with the description of his blue green dotson. It was march. Twenty-fifth nineteen seventy-three before sluggish. Investigators traced the plate number back to gerard schaefer. This is where i'm saying about cops in the sixty seventies and on being fucking lazy. They don't want to do they're actually job. They just wanna eat donuts and then pull over black people especially at this time got through. It's fucking true though. It's what they did. They don't give a shit if it's a white guy. Let him go the strict constantly and it's disgusting and they just were allowed to get away with it. That's why a lot of serial killers went on killing for as long as he did. Because the cops were fucking lazy and didn't give a shit about talking to other cops about the investigations that were going on an another side of the city. It's fucking stupid. So it was march. Twenty nine hundred seventy three before. They traced it back to gerard schaefer. By which time he was already in jail for assaulting. The teenage girls schaefer denied any contact with place or jessop but his case began to unravel on april. First nineteen seventy three. When skeletal remains were on hutchinson island by three men collecting aluminum cans so homeless dudes found the bodies essentially because every day in my neighborhood would. I lived in the city every morning five six. Am here comes. The cart man becomes pulls up with this fucking grocery cart and takes all the alcoholic cans that we had over the weekend. And it's chock full. He's like oh. I love coming to this house. I always get. My money's worth collects all the cans and then the when he makes money off it. A lot of homeless people do this. Yes the other side of the story. Because i guess there's different versions can to to fishermen found the bodies of the of the girls. It's weird how it's conflicting because it should be right on point. These are cops during this but four days later the victims were identified from dental records. Susan place have been shot in the jaw fifty cents come back and get a rapid sound different rushes dead Detectives remarking that the evidence from the crime scene indicated that the two girls were tied to a tree.

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"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"They had no problem identifying their assailant since schaefer was stupid enough to tell them his fucking name. You call yourself fucking butler gerard. If you really need to change your name ambrose fucking. That dog never kill time. Almost got him that time by this. The devils tree in the net by that time geraci. Fred discovered that dave escaped and telephone. Sheriff richard tr- crowder and he said i've done something foolish voice. Forgot look like a country accent. Have i done. i've done. Something foolish schaefer told his boss gonna be mad at me. I'll fuck fuck cousin it again. No something worse. Something a little worse. He had overdone his job. Schaefer said trying to scare the girls out of hitchhiking in the future for their own. Good all right. Let's scare them by fucking tongue in news around their neck and being like oh have you slip. You could die you know. It's pretty sick bro. Fired on the spot and charged with false imprisonment and two counts of aggravated assault. Schaefer was released on teen. Fifteen hundred dollars bond. So this could have. All been prevented is fifteen thousand. Still lot of money. Yeah but if you do a bond was that after the bonner before the bond he was released on a fifteen thousand dollar bond. Fifteen hundred bucks if you if you do a thorough bondsman. I think. Yeah yeah it's fucked up. This off could have been prevented and you know when you see. The system failed people. This is one clear example where the system failed people any and again he probably had leverage says he was a cop like hey you know what he's he's not gonna do anything not not not too mean to shut up my my garbage uncle but my fucking uncle was a cop in lieutenant. Toronto this before in the pockets of twenty years and he left my aunt for her best friend and then he harassed her the woman he left my aunt for and he was charged with harassment. And they just put him on house arrest and my aunt had to take him back. And it's like you know they get away with fucking murder literally at a trial in november. Nine hundred seventy two. He pled guilty on one assault. Charge in the other counts. Were dropped of course copies. Good the judge. Smith called schaefer thoughtless four and sentenced him to a year and county jail to be followed by three years of probation. The ex-deputy began serving his sentence on january fifteenth nineteen seventy-three the most shocking revelation was yet to come however.

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"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

05:05 min | 3 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"You know what i mean because he never really got caught. So i'm reading the book right now. I thought i read almost half in put it down. Because i got back from the cottage but i have to pick it up again and the book is fucking great. I looked the most famous book zodiac or whatever. It's really fucking good. And i'm enjoying it. I said get back into it with all the crazy things and work that has been happening on the earth. But it's it's hard to tell it's very weird though. Because he seems like he went all over and this guy was the zodiac was extremely smart. That's for sure and also weird because we would talk to people eventually. We'll get into it but he would just talk to his victims and and you think he was gonna do anything and then it's like. Oh shit he's going to cut me up and slice up my back and stuff stab stab me spines broken so in march nineteen seventy-two george schaefer earn an accommodation for his role in a drug bust. One month later. On april twentieth. Four twenty takata's being harassing me right now. He was fired. Explanations vary. chief bernard scott said schaefer. Didn't have an ounce of common sense. Sounds like it sounds like everybody is. He was actually fired from being a cop. Because he know ounce of common sense sounds like all these people out there right now during this plan endemic no common sense. They're like oh. They told me it was good for me. Do be whatever you gotta get away from that topic. But i'm pissed. Well an ex fbi agent robert rees ler wrestler reports. That gerard was disciplined for running a female traff averaging female traffic violations through department's computers obtaining personal information and later calling them for dates. I saw the you ran a red light Can you go for a date. I got some balls. They look like and they're just he's calling them up. Hey you know you wanna go off her for some. That's fucking creepy dude. He might be able to see what they look like through their license to have a well. True true era is also nine thousand. Nine.

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"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

05:50 min | 3 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"He kept hearing voices telling him to kill kill kill year. He toured the south with the moro. Re rian arment rearmament a modern dawn non denominational realistic movement. So it's fucking. Coal brought it sought to deepen the spiritual life of individuals and encourage participants to continue as members of their own churches. So it's a call to make your own church. Cheery up with the people folks who sang that freedom isn't free. well fuck you. you would probably love. What the government's doing right now around the world so fuck you you call this piece of shit. Giral schaefer thought about the priesthood. As a coaling but he turned away from the saint john's church and this movement essentially this church call thing where he recalled. They said. i didn't have enough faith. They rejected in angered the rejection. Anger schaefer so much that he quit the catholic church because remember saying i remember saying. I remember hearing that when i was researching it. He didn't have enough enough belief he didn't have enough faith. That's fucked up. Cause i thought it was anybody you know. Come come one come all and you can be part of the church and will love you. Jesus love forgive. You fucked my wife. You pray jesus like watching. I like watch. I sit in the corner. It's like you know you've see hill. And kumar. right. Yes i heard everything you said where it's fucking.

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"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

05:09 min | 3 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Get strange. Welcome back to another strain on. My name is tom tom. Tom from the strange group. I'm just kidding. I'm gonna talk at stupid utah. No it's stupid. Is that while brigadier. Do me like i dig it. I dig it this. We should've got into this a little before halloween but it is what it is good and we'll do a stream for sure in october. I was gonna go to this place dude but after reading what happened there. I think it's a hard pass for me where i did go. Though was the core cast on that show is fucking dope. Yeah just check out the episode on the coral counsel. Yeah buddy yeah on a follow the the strange brew podcast instagram. And one on one podcast instagram. And you'll see the photos of one at the coral castle which we covered a couple months ago. Actually it's one thing talking about a place but then it's another thing seeing and some shady shit went down there that's all. I gotta say how he did it. Hey he probably knew some shit but if you really look at it bro. It's it's it's pretty impressive. Let's say that it's pretty fucking impressive so make sure to check that. Episode on strange wants the coral castle. Yes and we're gonna be diving back into serial killers of florida because we'll never get out of florida for true crime. Ever fuck florida. I got my darkness. Set up a put a put my blinds up. So it'd be creepy. You're in here. So i can get the the essence of the serial killer allow that i can do that. You need a curtain and you need to get a tick tock light. It's called a circle late and i have. I have to now because anton was like. Oh i got one that changes color. Now's like i want that one. So i have i have those gets really hot. Get hot unique from amazon. Get it from jeff bezos. Give him more fucking money. What's that one song on tech talk. Which three jeffrey basil. No i haven't.

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The Story of Colonia Dignidad, Chile's Secret Nazi Cult

Let's Start A Cult

01:46 min | 5 months ago

The Story of Colonia Dignidad, Chile's Secret Nazi Cult

"To avoid being arrested by authorities schaefer accompanied by a few of his followers fled west germany in nineteen sixty one and sought refuge in the middle east there. He was introduced to prominent chilean embassador. Who invited him to live. In chile at the time chile was under president. George alexandria whose administration granted shaffer a farm located a few kilometers outside the city of peril and chilies linear Liniers province sure. We'll go with the government's help. He bought a forty four hundred acre ranch located at the foot holes of the andy mountains and established a religious. Commune called collina dignidad which translates to dignity. Colin and we will soon see that it was anything but dignity sounds sounds like it's going to be on the up and up. Yes that's one way to put. Founded on william m bronze teaching colonia dignidad espoused principles like anti-communism and strict adherence to the bible given schafer's passed as a member of the hitler youth and an officer of the let. Oh god left quaff left while you got this one again lutwa. Thank you for help. Every every time on that one as religious commun- was also heavily influenced by nazism of course colonia dignified began with surprise. The nazi has influence colonia dignidad began with ten of schafer's original followers. But as the years passed its members swelled. This was field. By waves of immigrants from germany who were enticed by the communist way of living which involves sustainable. Agriculture practices and numerous charity works for the local population. However what they found upon arriving in chile was something else entirely.

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Norwegian Cruise Line Challenges Florida Passenger Vaccine Law

Buck Sexton

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Norwegian Cruise Line Challenges Florida Passenger Vaccine Law

"Expected soon in the cruise vaccine Passport Band Challenge heard Friday by a federal judge in Miami. Norwegian Cruise Lines argues the ban It is unconstitutional and could cause irreparable harm as it wants to know passengers shot status in order to protect them. Attorney Derek Schaefer says Not having this information could open a huge can of worms in port cities, especially foreign ones that want to see that passengers were vaccinated in order to leave the cruise ship without restrictions and the concerns about local populations that would be compromised and put at risk. If Norwegian can't say all the way that it is planning to do. The state claims Florida has exercised its sovereign power and banning the passports and the businesses should be prohibited from denying service to customers who won't provide vaccine documentation. Wendy

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"schaefer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:01 min | 7 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Schaefer, certified financial planner with the Armstrong advisory group and mark this is a little bit depressing that this is what gets me excited. But I am I'm genuinely pretty excited about your segment on Medicare sign up today because it is one of the most common questions that I get from. Clients prospects random people that see me on the street is how does this all work when I need to go sign up for Medicare? Um, Mark, Thanks for joining us. Why don't you run us just through the basic process? I'm approaching. Retirement. I'm getting close to 65. When do I need to do what? Thanks for having me, Mike. And that is depressing that you're exciting about Medicare. But honestly, I saw I saw the You know the the subject for today. I was like, Oh, thank God. Somebody's going to do this on air because it is. Very It is complicated. People just don't really understand how it works. It is complicated. We're not going to get through everything in the next minute or two, but basically your simple question was. How do you sign up so Medicare is sign up is the seven months around your 65th birthday. Obama approaching 65. I could sign up for Medicare for the three months. Fire, So I made 65 the month I turn 65 the three months After I turned 65 is the seven months initial enrollment period. Okay, that is that is the basic So that's important. What if I don't or what if I'm already? What if I'm already 66? I never do it. That's extremely important. Because if you missed the deadline, like you just said, I'm 66. I never signed up and this penalties you have to pay and you have to pay it every month for the rest of your life. You can never get out of paying the penalty, which is 10% on the Medicare part B. His traditional Medicare and Medicare advantage. Traditional Medicare is what most people think about part A is for hospitals. It's free. No premium. Um, but you still have to sign up. Um And But this copays and deductible doesn't pay 100% Medicare Part B that has a premium. Or a single person under a Susan under earning. It's based. How much do you pay in premiums is based on your income. Your income for a single person. Under 88,000, or under 176,000 for a joint Married couple than the premium is about $148 a month. Got that premium will be higher. If you make more money, and you would pay a 10% penalty on top of that if you signed up too late on so on top of the premium, you're looking at a 10% penalty Now, what does that mean? Are you paying a 10% penalty? For a year. Are you paying it for or ever? How does that work right? Like Barry said, forever for life can never get out of it, even if you follow all every other rule that they have, and lots of rules. If you follow every single rule forever for the rest of your life and never break any more rules, you will still be paying the penalty monthly until the day you die. That's that would be like One of the biggest screw ups you could possibly make when it comes to retirement. I mean, probably not the biggest financial one, but they do. Very extenuating circumstances. Like if you had a stroke, or if you're incapacitated. You can ask for some forgiveness. Yeah, maybe. But if you're just an idiot And you don't don't do it, then you're out of luck. Deserving that for that, just if you're misinformed or ill informed or not, That's better, Mark. Thank you. Ray did not alienate your audience. Very good. Our audience signed up for Medicare on time. Trust me. Um, Mark. I know there's a lot more that comes down to this. But the two big pieces that I think are huge takeaways that you that you covered pretty well. Today you have a seven month window around your birthday to take care of Medicare getting signed up if you don't permanent penalty and to beware that if you are considering selling the stock or doing a Roth IRA conversion or selling a business or a home There could be not only tax implications but Medicare premium implications for doing that, Barry, you apparently have one. I have one more question for Mark. So, Mark, can you sign up and actually only be 64 years old and nine months? And beyond Medicare. You won't be on Medicare until you turn 65. You have to sign up. Okay? Yeah. Correct. Yeah. You sign up to three months before but you don't actually receive the benefits until you I'm just trying to see if there's a way that so don't get that special surgery. Barry that you're thinking about until you're actually 65. Right? Alright. It won't be for another 10 years. Right there. Yeah, I wish something something like that. Mark Shaffer from the Armstrong Advisory group talking to us today about the Medicare process, Uh, and some big pitfalls that a lot of people unfortunately, find themselves in. Thank you, Mark. Thank you. You know, Speaking of insurance health insurance in Rhode Island is going to go nuts in terms of cost. People are going to go crazy over this. The insurance companies have submitted their proposals.

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The Impossible Disappearance of Brian Shaffer

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

02:26 min | 8 months ago

The Impossible Disappearance of Brian Shaffer

"At one fifteen. Am the security camera posted outside. The bar caught. Brian clinton meredith riding up the escalator and extensively heading for the ugly tuna celona forty minutes later at one fifty five. Brian can be seen again on the same security camera chatting with a couple of women out side the bar two security guards stand a few feet away most likely getting ready for the bar crowd to leave after last call at two. Am honestly even thinking about being at a bar at two am makes me tired on the security camera footage. Brian can be seen walking toward the entrance of the bar. But the actual entrance of the bar itself is out of frame as the drunken horrid of college. Students poured out of the bar at closing time. Clint and meredith waited outside for bryant. They called him on his cellphone but he didn't pick up in clinton back inside and check the bathroom but he wasn't there. Clinton meredith then made the assumption that brian had already left and hadn't told them folks. Can we please normalize not leaving your friends at bars. Just because you can't get a hold of them like unless they explicitly said you go ahead. I'll stay here and or they're not like incoherently drunk. Don't leave without your friend. Who gave you know warning that they were going somewhere. Well that's not. How clinton and meredith handle the situation. They assumed nothing was wrong and left But the next morning no one had heard from. Brian girlfriend tried calling him. His father tried calling him. He didn't pickup and then on monday morning. Brian was a no show at the airport for his flight. To miami with alexis by this point nobody had heard from him for almost forty eight hours. That's when everyone officially stopped assuming nothing was his family finally called columbus. Police department filed a missing persons report and shortly thereafter. The search for brian schaefer began

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"schaefer" Discussed on The Practical Futurist Podcast

The Practical Futurist Podcast

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on The Practical Futurist Podcast

"A range of global experts to help you stay ahead of the curve every episode on so the question. What's the future own with voices and opinions that need to be heard. You host is international keynote speaker and pragmatic futurist andrew grill. Welcome to the podcast. My guest today is mark schaefer. Someone i've nine for nearly a decade. We first met in two thousand twelve off. He published the best selling book return on influence house. The sea of influence a platform cred. He's also the author of the world's best selling book on twitter..

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Guitarist Is 1st Suspect to Plead Guilty in Capitol Riot

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Guitarist Is 1st Suspect to Plead Guilty in Capitol Riot

"I heavy metal guitarist is the first person to plead guilty to federal charges in connection with the capital Ryan John Ryan Shaffer is accused of storming the capitol and spraying police with bear spray he's agreed to cooperate in hopes of getting a lighter sentence in a federal judge says the government will consider putting Schaefer in the witness security program assigned prosecutor see him as a valuable cooperators shapers the front man of the heavy metal band iced earth the FBI says he's a long held far right extremist views that he once referred to the federal government as a criminal enterprise Sager made Ghani Washington

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Heavy Metal Guitarist, US Capitol Rioter Pleads Guilty

Rush Limbaugh

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Heavy Metal Guitarist, US Capitol Rioter Pleads Guilty

"Marks 100 days since the U. S capitol attack and for the first time a guilty plea from one of the defendant during the riot, The FBI said. John Schaefer sprayed US Capitol police officers would bear spray and was photographed inside the U. S can Capital. He's pleading guilty to unlawfully entering restricted grounds for the weapon and disrupting an official proceeding as Congress was meeting to certify the electoral college 100 days after the insurrection, Schaeffer becomes the first defendant to plead guilty. There are more than 400 defendants who have been arrested in 45 different states. BBC's Aaron Carter Ski

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"schaefer" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign

The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign

"Obviously every sport has its own vocabulary and people can tell pretty quickly how how much of a fan anybody is of particular sport. You know. I i follow the other sports sort of by listening to sports docker reading the paper or watching highlights. But i don't really follow any sport other than hockey very closely and hockey fans get a bad rap sometimes for 'gate-keeping but it's one of the things i actually like about hockey is that you can tell instantly halong somebody is followed the the sport or how well they know it and and there was one simple word you used in the first call the first game you called this season that the instantly comforted me while i was listening and it was dispossessed. I remember what the used it a couple of times for the first time you said you know so and so dispossesses so and so from the puck and i just thought like i'm going to enjoy this is gonna be great growing up. You mentioned seeing. Bob miller on the three hundred levels. You're obviously from southern california where there any particularly memories of Southern california hockey or players that you that stand out in your memory. The first hockey game i ever went to was. I wanna say it was. La city l. a. county firefighters night. Okay uncles was in l. a. City firefighter and he got a bunch of tickets and we all went to the game and it just so happened to work out that my best friend's family had also gotten tickets for that game and they were in our section so we all went down to the game together and that was the first time i've ever been to a hockey game. It was two thousand seven. I believe against the dallas stars and the kings were down four goals in the final five minutes and came back and co petar wanted in overtime and immediately it was like. That's it so. I mean i die hard sports fan growing up. I mean i think everybody regardless of what your personality type is or you know what you're interested in what your hobbies are everybody's really nerdy about one thing in a sports fan or all. Were already about sports and and it was kinda like that for every sport for me whether it was college football or baseball basketball hockey. But that was the moment. Or i was just like. Wow like for my first experience in hockey and to watch a team make a four-goal comeback in the final five or six minutes and then win in overtime. That was something really cool and then there were some years that i didn't go to any games I went to the second to last regular. I went to the second last regular season game in twenty twelve against the sharks that kings lost in a in a tough way really tough way at the end. One of the sharks players had reached his stick over the boards. Claudia so it's what i've said the to dame's but so clo- reached over the boards and tap the puck and i remember that and then that same year. I went to game for game. Three of the playoffs against against phoenix in the western conference finals. Those three games really stick out to me and then game. After after that first game i went to the next one that sticks out to me after those other two is game. Four against san jose in two thousand fourteen and the kings down three. Oh my dad was at game three with a couple of his friends..

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"schaefer" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign

The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign

05:46 min | 10 months ago

"schaefer" Discussed on The Reigny Day Podcast | Ontario Reign

"Still a need for veteran defenseman. Then that allow not only the guys that are with the kings with the guys and one -tario again a little bit more patient so there's no need to rush these guys because last thing you wanna do is you want to put a player in. And if they don't have a lot of success they start to lose their confidence and it becomes a it becomes a very negative type of thing and You don't wanna do that. You don't want to take away to take that away from a young player so you want to continue to encourage them. You know to drive forward Get better and you know one. One real nice thing is that you know practicing in the same building as the kings they get to see the kings on the ice and then the king's management and all the development people are watching them Watching them grow so they're they're auditioning each and every day last question before we let you go. The rain signed adam johnson to an age contract. He's got at about a dozen games in the nhl and maybe About one hundred fifty. Two hundred games at the ahl levels been playing in sweden. He's twenty six years old. How important is it for this group of young forwards to have guys like brett sutter. Devante smith pelly now. Adam johnson To to help you know buffer. This incredible group of young talent is really important You know. I remember as a young player coming in. You know those. Are the guys that you gravitate towards. You know those guys that you look up to The guys who've kind of walk the walk and walk and talk the talk minnesota speaking you know they back it up with their actions So i think they've got some good role models for these young guys to you know to aspire to be like whether it's the guys that are on the actual rain or the you know the guys that are on the kings of they get a chance to see in practice with each day because of the way things have gone this year with having a taxi squad. These a lot of these young kids have been exposed to the nhl guy. So it's it's been great for them to have those guys to kind of mentor them And you know any time you can add a veteran player. Too young core players You know like they done now That's going to help the rain. And i think it's just you know. Just take a little bit of an edge off their you know just mighty only it might not even be the actions on the ice and might be something that might be said in the locker room by one of these veteran players. Will you know it'll just kind of hit a light switch for these young kids so I think The organizations doing a good job at making the decisions. A you know pregnant knows veteran guys into to create an environment for the young guys to be able to grow In a comfortable way well you mentioned one of the advantages of having the rain play in the practice facility for the kings but from my mind the biggest advantages that we get to hear you doing the color commentary from time to time on the rain games. It's a ton of fun. Appreciate you daryl. God bless you jesse..

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Solar farm to boost tax revenue in Indiana county as coal plant closes

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 11 months ago

Solar farm to boost tax revenue in Indiana county as coal plant closes

"Schaefer coal coal-fired power plant in jasper county. Indiana is scheduled to shut down in two years when it does about thirty percent of the county's tax base will vanish kendall culp. Jasper county. commissioner says the closure poses difficult questions for local leaders. What does county government look like without your largest taxpayer. Will you be able to provide the same services. Can we still provide public safety in response. Good response time for emergency services and that sort of thing to make up for the lost tax revenue. The county is working hard to attract new businesses and encourage growth new clean. Energy development should provide a boost a solar developer and the local utility are planning to build a massive new solar farm in jasper county called the dunns bridge solar project when complete it will span about five thousand acres. It will also include battery storage. The project is expected to be fully operational around the same time that the coal plant closes. Were excited it coincides very well with the shutdown of schaefer so as jasper county moves away from coal solar can help supply both a new clean renewable source of electricity and tax revenue to support community services.

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"schaefer" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"schaefer" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Ten twenty two design here cornell prison june nine agencies. That's jeanine crop insurance. Janine freeman j insurance. Terry kirch off colorado jeanine crop. They've been doing it for years. Yeah that's right since nineteen ninety seven on twenty four years. now i do suppose but They they've been doing it. Janin's lived on a former ally for an all of them there. Everybody you talked to has lived on a farm. They know the perils that come along with the agriculture on farming industry. And they're there to help protect what matters and they know what truly does matter and they can get you that protection. Jan crop insurance and jeanine insurance terry coach. He's not he's not a gecko. I promise he real dude up there that you can go and talk to you and say where can i get the best insurance. He doesn't have an umbrella company either. So that means he can go out and get you the best rates from the best place. our poll question today. Do you have confidence in the ability of colorado to distribute this vaccine. We talked dan. And sara china an earlier. now we've got todd chiming in saying no way in hell. They haven't proven anything that they are capable of. I tend to agree with. If i'm being real honest with you. I really do. And here's why is that. They can't even figure out how to communicate properly. What's going on and how to how to even get the vaccine. So guardado laid out this vaccination plan right and if you go to again the colorado website you can see who can all get the plan and and it counts so colorado is in phase one a and one b right now. What does that mean. Well it means that we're very early on. We thought we'd be passed it by now. What There are two hundred seventy nine total vaccine providers in the state of colorado one hundred and twenty thousand five hundred. Ten people. im- excuse me. Let's even immunized with one dose so far but the problem is is that the governor comes out and says if you're over seventy years old we're gonna be able to vaccinate you. Yes but not as soon as what anybody thought and there are people still blown up phone lines so these different healthcare centers in these medical providers. And look like my mom needs a shot She needs to get this going. How do we do this then. There's no no idea On on where or how to get vaccinated and what that even looks like so. Let's okay so phase one it's one a. and one b here it says winter rate This is the plan. Highest risk healthcare workers in individuals. People have direct context covid nineteen patients long term care facility staff and resonance new. That was the case that was not a a doubt at all. Here's where the problem was that. The governor came out and said we're ready to move to one. B one bs gardens aged seventy plus with moderate risk. Healthcare workers first responders frontline essential workers and continuity of state government healthcare workers with less direct contact firefighters. Police covid nineteen response. People age seventy and older. This is where the problem lies. When you leave this to the general public of saying hey are you seventy or older. You are good you can get vaccinated. And then you say and they're like where do i do this. How do i get. And so. Now you've got uc health. Just getting blown up with calls to get vaccinated. You got all these medical providers just getting blown up with calls to see how. When and where can i come in and get the vaccine and they don't have the answers either. So this is a these were in phase one and were already having these issues face to supposed to becoming. In the spring people aged sixty to sixty nine people aged sixteen to fifty nine with obesity. Diabetes chronic lung disease significant heart disease chronic kidney disease cancer or who are immune compromise a compromise other essential workers in continuity of local government then phase three summer. Is anyone aged sixteen to fifty nine without high risk conditions. But down at this very bottom of this page. There's a little asterix down there and it says timeline subject to change based on supply chain prior prioritization subject to change based on data science and availability. If you have questions please call three zero. Three three nine sixteen eighty seven day. Right we've got questions. Why is the governor coming out and saying anyone over seventy can get vaccinated when that's not anywhere close to true teachers so have no idea when they could get vaccinated there. There's just such a lack of communication i. It's it's it's bad it's terrible. I mean it's so bad and you'd think it'd be something completely simple. Because i still do believe i still believe that. Most people are are understanding. Come out and say hey we overestimated. We thought we'd have more of the vaccine here. Pfizer wasn't able to maxine to us quick enough. I think people understand that if you come out and say hey look are bad. You're not going to now. Everyone's going to be or you're still going to have people that are going to be upset like. There's no doubt about that but the blow the blowback would be lesson. You came out and shot a straight instead of coming out and saying. Hey well we've got this right now but not this That that's a problem. It's an absolute problem. So the cdph. She put this out just yesterday. We anticipate finishing the majority of remaining phase. One a healthcare workers around january fifteenth. So that's one eight so they were trying to move to one be at least in in press releases move to one beat. Based on current vaccine supply we anticipate completing vaccination for moderate risk healthcare workers first responders and adults seventy and older around twenty eight. Why this last week folks last week governor police was saying that. If you're over seventy that you can go out and get vaccinated. Didn't say it may take awhile. Didn't say you know we'll probably be done by february. Twenty eight didn't say any of that just said that they could go continuing on here. They've said a wildly important goal of accident. Seventy percent of adults age seventy and older by february twentieth and have set a wildly important goal right. It is wildly important We need to focus on vaccinating. These critical populations populations launch know does goes to waste. If faced with a choice of wasting vaccine. Doses are vaccinating. Someone earlier providers should choose obviously to vaccinate earlier. Once they're done with those groups. So i just mentioned one a and one b wants it done there. They need to get ready to vaccinate frontline essential workers including teachers and childcare workers so teachers are not in there despite some public comment of teachers being in this first one b. Category right with the seventy. They're not there so we're going back into session now. The starting now they go from now until may generally speaking. You're not going to start vaccinating until.

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What the latest effort to overturn presidential election results says about Republican Party

America's First News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

What the latest effort to overturn presidential election results says about Republican Party

"Good morning. I'm John Schaefer. The extraordinary Republican effort to overturn the presidential election is being condemned by several members of their own party. Top Republican officials warn that effort to sow doubt in Joe Biden's win and keep President Trump in office is undermining Americans Faith in democracy. From his enlisted support from at least a dozen Republicans in the Senate and 100 in the House to challenge the electoral college vote when Congress convenes Wednesday to confirm President elect Biden's win. Despite Trump's claims of voter fraud, state officials insist there was no evidence and of the more than 50 lawsuits challenging results. Nearly all have been dismissed or dropped. I'm Julie Walker,

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"schaefer" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

Sci-Fi Talk Byte

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"schaefer" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte

"Be all characters have. Has Far ahead, the casting decides Harold Piano out the how did everything Kinda come together for you is when you casting? Well, we because we're hearing in Washington state and were a Getting. You know money from the day to shoot here. we had to have a certain amount of our our dentists. Early, the cash with the whole production has to be washington-based. So we really hard I often Washington as you know actors and found some fantastic people Russell Hodgkin, who plays doc is great You know he's hysterical and and fantastic to the show and Nat Zhang who Plays the. Character him very briefly in the pile but he has a much bigger role going forward in Shero. He's like an eighteen year old kid There was his first audition that he'd ever done is for professional vision are and he's been tasked with these huge star. because you just hats that thing about him, you know we hard at Washington also the Cassandra Derek they find in the cage. Of Washington local as well. She's fantastic. You Know Korea who is ways the warranty character who we hired out of Los Angeles She was great. We you know we did opposition belong in hard for it and didn't have the kind of money to grow up stars that you normally have for TV show. So you know everybody's trying to do it on the whole production. It's you know we're all working for less than ringworm Redo it is kind of become a are or something. Everybody's in it. For the love of her project. There are certain point. because I think we all founded like the. Everybody came together. If you change something better than everybody expected it to be thing. I think even the Saifi has kinda gone. Wow this is really good. And very happy with the. Caselton. Guys were we work really In a lot of people bring the guy who plays Murphy. was working for the asylum action in a couple of their movies, but he was you know. Office manager at the time that I met him her between the movies we just read them as as Kurdish. I was like new. York, the week were like our culture our and he was really gripping and he kept you know, and then you kept feeding people our. At. Every step of the way I was like all my teachers. With his thing and we wanted sending reactors to the network and they didn't know was the you know the office manager at the time they thought he was great and he's been fantastic in the series. I mean he's really stepped up in his is you know everybody's expectations and and really kind of you know our our leader of the hassle away vote on offspring as turned out to be just great paradorn he's hilarious in it. As. Well as being you know, Evil Dart and all the things we need it and..

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Would a potential coronavirus vaccine be safe for children?

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Would a potential coronavirus vaccine be safe for children?

"Is is that that someday someday we we will will have have a a Corona Corona virus virus vaccine. vaccine. But But while while we we wait wait pediatricians pediatricians Are already expressing worries that some parents might not trust that the vaccine will be safe for kids When it is available. We want to make sure there's public trust in the vaccine doctor Sarah Schaffer Drew is the pediatrician at Children's National Medical Center. She believes parents should get kids vaccinated. If and when there's a code 19 vaccine. All vaccines go through a very rigorous And robust testing process that has to be approved by the FDA. Schaefer Drusus If your child's pediatrician is recommending it, you Khun believe it's safe.

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Pediatricians Are Concerned Children May Be Falling Behind On Vaccines

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Pediatricians Are Concerned Children May Be Falling Behind On Vaccines

"About about vaccines vaccines for for their their kids. They want to get the word out now early about covert 19 vaccines if and when they become available vaccine goes through a rigorous and robust testing process that has to be approved by the FDA vaccine will need to be tested and trialed in Children. Dr. Sarah Schaffer Taru is the pediatrician at Children's National Medical Center. And so families should feel confident that if it's being offered by their pediatrician That it is safe. Schaefer Drusus doctors sharing personal anecdotes about being immunized and immunizing their family members can help encourage vaccine hesitant families. Christi King W. T O P. News, a new study

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Pediatricians Are Concerned Children May Be Falling Behind On Vaccines

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Pediatricians Are Concerned Children May Be Falling Behind On Vaccines

"Are used to hearing questions from parents about that scenes for kids. They want to get the word out early about Cove in 19 vaccines. If been win, they become available. Every vaccine goes through a rigorous and robust testing process that has to be approved by the FDA vaccine will need to be tested and trialled in Children. Dr. Sarah Schaffer Drew was a pediatrician at Children's National Medical Center, and so family should feel confident that if it's being offered by their pediatrician That it is safe. Schaefer Drusus doctors sharing personal anecdotes about being immunized and immunizing their family members can help encourage vaccine. Hesitant families. Christi King

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Washington DC concert venues say they can’t continue without help from Congress

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC concert venues say they can’t continue without help from Congress

"Venues venues in in the the district district say say they they could could be be closing closing if if they they don't don't get get help help from from Congress. Congress. D C. Music venues close that Kamina hit for area businesses. The community needs us to be able to survive. This is well because of what we bring in terms of foot traffic for them. Audrey Fix Schaefer, spokesperson for the 9 30 club, the anthem, the Lincoln Theater and Merriweather Post Pavilion, said D. C. Small concert venues are shut down by the government until there's a vaccine and they will fold without help from Congress were the places where stars get their start. The Saver Stages Act, introduced in the Senate in late July, would establish A $10 billion grant program to help independent concert venues. Valerie Bonked w T O P. News. There's a new

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Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein, Popular Twitch Streamer, Dies at 31

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein, Popular Twitch Streamer, Dies at 31

"Popular twist. Dreamer Byron wreck full. Bernstein dies thirty one. This is only Schaefer at writing. Byron Wreck Full Bernstein a popular video game stream around which has died according to social media post from his ex-girlfriend's and brother. Was Thirty one, according to blue magical, his ex girlfriend, and one of the people who who initially confirmed his death on social. Media Bernstein died by suicide. Bursting went by the name wreck full on twitch where he was, he was best known for his work restaurant world of warcraft streams, and had over nine hundred and thirty six thousand followers most recently, Bernstein had been working as a developer on his own video game ever which was set released later this year. Greg, this is a story that I saw very going up on twitter. And this one of the ones where I I wasn't really familiar with WHO wreck was, either you know read through the story and was very saddened to see that he was huge switched remarried and. died by suicide in a way that I think is the reminder like. In? The same way that any company can be I guess corrupted. By you know whatever might be going on there, in the same way, anybody can go community going through problems. Anybody can be going through depression. Anybody can be struggling and so two that like you have good oppose that you put up on the forms. Rego saying that you're not allowed to kill yourself, and if you want to expand on on that at all, but yeah I mean.

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Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein, Popular Twitch Streamer, Dies at 31

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein, Popular Twitch Streamer, Dies at 31

"Popular twist. Dreamer Byron wreck full. Bernstein dies thirty one. This is only Schaefer at writing. Byron Wreck Full Bernstein a popular video game stream around which has died according to social media post from his ex-girlfriend's and brother. Was Thirty one, according to blue magical, his ex girlfriend, and one of the people who who initially confirmed his death on social. Media Bernstein died by suicide. Bursting went by the name wreck full on twitch where he was, he was best known for his work restaurant world of warcraft streams, and had over nine hundred and thirty six thousand followers most recently, Bernstein had been working as a developer on his own video game ever which was set released later this year. Greg, this is a story that I saw very going up on twitter. And this one of the ones where I I wasn't really familiar with WHO wreck was, either you know read through the story and was very saddened to see that he was huge switched remarried and. died by suicide in a way that I think is the reminder like. In? The same way that any company can be I guess corrupted. By you know whatever might be going on there, in the same way, anybody can go community going through problems. Anybody can be going through depression. Anybody can be struggling

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"schaefer" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"schaefer" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"We're going to wrap up our chat. With Roberto, Schaefer director photography in many great films, including of course quantum of solace. Now we left off part one talking about the two elements of digital that were used in quantum of solace, so let's continue partout with Roberto Schaefer with us. Looking at how so many people are involved with shooting a scene and then a whole lot more. Let's go. So talking about all the different people that are involved in all these all the. The second unit people and all of this there's so many pieces to the puzzle to create a great film so Roberto tell us if this is a crazy way of looking at this thing, but we see the screenwriters kind of telling the story and words, and then location scout team can translate the words along with guidance from the director, and maybe the DP in the what locations would tell that story pictures, but then the DP, you director of photography in. The! Into telling the story through the Lens with motion is kind of. Okay, the way of looking at it, and how did you translate quantum of solace with all of these pieces well in a sense that makes sense that you left one important person as the production designer, okay and location manager person. Yes, they can make suggestions, but they've got to be. Told as you said by the director, but also the production designer is. Way more important in a sense than the location manager location person can try to help, and sometimes they're really. Some of them are really great and really come up with places. A lot of them are Hate to say it, but a lot of them are hacks that just go back to place, and they've already shot because they know it's easy, and they go back and they say well. Can you get me this go? No, no, they'll never never be available because they're. They have friends that they can use another place or they get kickbacks or whatever..

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Tips for Pivoting Because of COVID-19

How I Built It

04:56 min | 1 year ago

Tips for Pivoting Because of COVID-19

"I I want talk about so we'll talk about the things that I'm doing a kind of sprinkled in throughout the episode but a few of my friends six of my friends Were able to record messages and I think that they cover a pretty decent range of Changes that they've made and I want to start with some of the Maybe some of the more obvious or maybe just the things that people probably think to do the things that they think they should do And that's changing their service in some way not completely of course but pivoting to take their service and and help the people who are most affected so I up Is My friend Shannon Schaefer Schaefer Shannon Schaefer. You might remember her from earlier this year and her talking about her processes and how to Not necessarily automate the whole process but put a good process in place to help. Grow Your Business. Well let's hear from Shannon about what she's doing During the pandemic to help pivot her business. Hey Jal so yeah. We had to make some quick changes to our company. We were heavily into both membership sites in also into brochure sites from local businesses than what we found is we were able to take our experience with membership. Sites will commerce that side of the house quickly translated into e commerce sites for restaurants locally here who needed to get their menus online and for some of our other clients who previously weren't selling physical products online. We were able to help them. So while we didn't have a ton of experience in the true ecommerce space We've been using woo. Commerce for memberships and other memberships funding. We just took that experience and very quickly became a ECOMMERCE shop And we are pushing out. Several new will commerce sites here in the next couple of weeks so law. Our core offering is still available We have let our customers know that they need to get their businesses online Specifically in the restaurant space Some of our retail customers who only had a brick and mortar space. So we've kind of partnered with them to help them get their products out there and still be able to do business. The other thing that we've done is help with covert messaging We do email marketing and that was important that we were like. Hey now's not the time to stop so we've actually ramped up the amount of email marketing that we're doing for our clients for source sites are kind of on hold. You know. People don't need. They need something interactive something where they can actually make sales online. So sometimes just stop and think about how your business can evolve so for me. I think that what I've learned in this pandemic quickly is that Sometimes we have something that we do really well that can translate to another line of business and instead of sitting on it We were pushed to to make it happen so Hopefully we will be doing e commerce sites at scale in the near future all right. I WanNa thank Shannon for For calling in a special shout to her because she did basically isn't it? I asked Which was amazing because you never know people are busy and and I wanted to get this out as soon as possible. So thank you Shannon. You can find out more about Shannon and everybody in this episode over at the show notes for this episode at how I built dot it slash one six nine but the important thing to remember about what Shannon said here is that she was doing brochure sites and membership sites and she was able to take and use that experience to help people build ecommerce sites. I know that she works with a lot of local clients and some not so local clients. But she's communicating with her brick and mortar stores. She's helping them get online so that they can continue to do business and Helped with their Kovic nineteen messaging which will hear about from somebody else leader but what I loved about. Her answer was she said now is not the time to stop and think that's so important for us to remember end for us to relate to our clients or customers. This is a time where people are probably worried about money in their thinking that they should pull back and go into complete defense mode But you're you know you're not gonNA score any goals if you're just playing defense so I'm really Miss Sports. So that's what that sports analogy was brought to you by So if you can help your go on the offense and be proactive about their businesses. I think that Shannon offers a great way she took her experience and her teams experience and they were able to use it in a way to help businesses where they need it

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"schaefer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"schaefer" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Good morning I'm John Schaefer the adobe summit is not coming to Las Vegas at the end of March software company adobe so they are cancelling their conference at the Venetian scheduled for March twenty ninth to April second due to fears over coronavirus summit was expected to bring about twenty two thousand people to Las Vegas it's now going to be held on line the Supreme Court has rejected an appeal of the federal ban on bump stocks devices that allow semi automatic firearms to fire rapidly like machine guns the justices did not comment Monday and declined to review a lower court ruling that upheld the ban which took effect nearly a year ago the trump administration announced the ban following the mass shooting here in Las Vegas in twenty seventeen to twenty gunman used bump stocks that allow them to fire more than one thousand rounds at eleven minutes until fifty nine people wounding hundreds more it's a super Tuesday voters in fourteen states and one U. S. territory will go to the polls today to pick a democratic nominee for president Joe Biden got a boost yesterday when former rivals judging Amy clover shar indoors Tim after dropping out Democrats want to nominate to be Donald Trump keeps Nancy Pelosi speaker of the house the United States to do says there's an effort to stop him and that the establishment is getting nervous the last seventy five national polls he says we it's seventy out of those seventy five Elizabeth Warren is on the ballot and for the first time Mike Bloomberg more than a third of the delegates needed to win the nomination are up for grabs on super Tuesday I'm Julie Walker former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is endorsing Joe Biden for president the ex Nevada senator said in a statement Monday that Biden is the democratic candidate with the best chance of beating president Donald Trump in November at least two tornadoes touched down early Tuesday in central Tennessee including one that ripped across downtown Nashville involved about forty buildings that collapsed around the city yes my name is don homes trees and power lines where multiple injuries and hundreds of volunteers are in that area working currently allows families to sponsor placement hours on our trucks Randy Porter Merrin Putnam County says police are searching for injured people some schools already closed for super Tuesday voting will be kept close this week and beyond to handle repairs later this month construction of an arch that will welcome people to downtown Las Vegas will begin on Las Vegas Boulevard near the straps work on the eighty foot tall illuminated crisscross arch is is expected to be completed by September the six and a half million dollar project is part of a continued effort to update infrastructure and signage around downtown Las Vegas for the check on our weather is news stories Kelly current we're looking at sunny skies and breezy conditions across the area again today a little warmer with highs today topping out in the upper sixties and low seventy.

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California moves up primary, wants bigger impact 2020 vote

Political Breakdown

07:15 min | 2 years ago

California moves up primary, wants bigger impact 2020 vote

"So California wanted to be more relevant in the democratic nominating committee process and they've moved their primary up right so now we're gonna be voting on Tuesday on super Tuesday for the first time instead of in June what sort of impact is gonna have on the racetrack let's start with you well I think a lot of people are just thrilled to California's if relevant this year more so than if we had our primary in June which is where used to be you know that the nomination is still up for grabs in California has four hundred fifteen delegates up for grabs in particular that's that's gonna have a big impact the problem with California's it's so expensive you know to campaign here and so we've seen the candidates come here raise money but not too many of them have really been here campaigning except for like very recently and so they're they're spending time in Texas and other places where there can they can be on television for less money no and I think another reason was moved up is perhaps to help California candidates like Kamala Harris and perhaps Eric Swalwell they dropped out and so you have to say that you know in in I think if Eskom Herskovitz help make California more relevant she would say no and there are a couple pulls out this week that show that Bernie Sanders certainly has the lead among likely democratic voters here in California it can anyone take that away from him or is it just has to win at this time I mean look after twenty sixteen we don't make predictions on an X. ray I think that it would be very surprising if anyone were to beat Bernie Sanders however as you said it was with Warren is in second and not change research KQED poll she certainly stands if those numbers are right to pick up some delegates which could help her momentum a lot of people who have gotten their vote by mail ballot sixteen million were sent out or holding on to them way later than they have in years past including if you look at people who analyze this like Paul Mitchell says that that includes people who are very consistent voters so it's not as if it's just like people about their ballots and maybe they're not gonna turn them and it does seem like they've been waiting to see these debates to seem about it to see South Carolina so I do think that Joe Biden you know what happens in South Carolina could really help him stay in this race I think if you're Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren or Joe Biden you might hope that the other candidates are cold and it comes at a two or three way race after super Tuesday but there's still a lot up in the air at this point the big question too is can't other how many other candidates are gonna hit that fifteen percent threshold because in order to get any delegates in a congressional district or statewide you have to get fifteen percent so the more that Bernie Sanders gets the less of the pie there is for the other candidates to divide up so you could have a situation where Bernie Sanders if he reaches forty five fifty percent of the vote no one else reaches fifteen percent that would be a huge win for him but I mean everything because it is absolutely right in terms of how hard it is to campaign her expensive it is but let's be clear it's February you know Mar almost March third there months ago well but also like if if this is the primary was happening in June in California this nomination be locked up so we are relevant we do matter we just don't get the same attention they get in Iowa New Hampshire South Carolina because there's four forty million of it all the more relevant because were earlier absolutely and I think that you know you're seeing in terms of both the attention we're getting from the candidates but also just from the national media for once let's turn a little bit and talk about property can you tell me a little bit about what this will do and what's significant about research yes this is a measure that's kind of been talked about for a long time in San Francisco it would essentially penalize folks who own properties that keep about street level vacant storefronts are talking about commercial properties and this is really been a problem in neighborhoods including North Beach are are we are other commercial corridors it's interesting because this is one of those things that I think you know some property owners aren't too happy about the ideas you get taxed if you leave it vacant if you fill it you're okay you don't have that tax the money that would be raised would go to small businesses you know people against it say why are you making it even harder retails already suffering but I think what's interesting is you look at who's lined up on in support of it and the town that doesn't agree on much the mayor is on board the more progressive supervisors us poorer the chronicle endorsed it it's less controversial than I would have expected and is this Scott because of the flight that we're seeing with I think so and you know I just friends just anecdotally when I talk to people who have been in that place for many many many years harvest market on on Market Street for example they were there thirty years and the rent got doubled and that's storefront is still vacant it was over a year and a half ago and so what happens is you get homeless people you get blight it's better to send a looks bad this less inviting to people want to go shop on that blocker in that neighborhood and so you know I think that there's just a concern that it's it's are these languages being greedy waiting for a big chain store to command or a bank or something like that who can afford these top dollar rents and what's even in that that's the case let's make him pay something for you know for that sort of work it out it's a small business and enterprise yeah right right so we do have South Carolina coming up and so talking about South Carolina Joe Biden certainly has to win in this state from everything he said really do you think there's any chart for him if he does not win South Carolina can he move forward he really needs to do well I mean he has said very categorically I'm going to win South Carolina and you know he needs that moment it's a first of all he's been staking problems chips on South Carolina show the African American vote is going to be really a firewall for him and then going into super Tuesday that would give momentum to some of the other states like Alabama Tennessee Texas you know where they're more African American voters and I you know if he comes in second or just barely wins in South Carolina just be more consternation and anxiety among the democratic insiders like but I think maybe some pressure for him to get out but that's gonna it's gonna be a tough call but if he does really well it could sling shot him into super Tuesday that really well means winning it doesn't seem coming in one close by a double digit margin I think that that is the key here he has to not only win but win big and he has to really show that he has that support from the African American community and I think other communities as well because we know this year that communities of color women of color in particular are going to be key if Democrats really want to be a take on trump and beat him in November and has Joe Biden been able to solidify any of those groups with the when the women of color around him well I think if you look at the polls he's doing exceptionally well among African American voters but interestingly California billionaire Tom Steyer's actually cut into that margin he's been running a lot as we talk about triage he has really put his chips on South Carolina as well I'm I think that does raise questions and I think the splitting of the vote amongst the more centrist candidates is really making it hard for some voters to make that call do they go with Bloomberg with his deep pockets so they go with you know Joe Biden who they know it's certainly some younger African Americans in South Carolina really likes tire yeah I think there's a big generational divides Marie's this point you know a lot of older African Americans really like Joe Biden was younger ones are like more open to Bernie Sanders Tom's tire one of the younger candidates a few words before we go corona virus suddenly putting health care front center well I don't think it's gonna scare people from voting but it you know we see what's happening with the Dow and if the stock market tanks further in the economy begins to really have a hard time even that takes away one of the pillars of Donald trump's argument for being reelected and that's where it could have an impact we just don't know where is where it's going and where it's going to be come the fall Scott Schaefer and Marie's Lagos thank you so much for being

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"schaefer" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"schaefer" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"That's West Virginia University's data marketing communications. Okay can I ask one quick question before he answers your question there and I'm just thinking is talking about the topic here today. Can companies even stay human when more and more of the customer interaction is dealt with robocalls and robots and bots and A and all this stuff are we removing the humans from the whole equation. That's an interesting question. And a lot of the research today shows that consumers generally accept bought and the reason is often the box are more human than the humans so I mean how many of us have had really terrible terrible customer service experiences. So if you have a but that's just one slot above terrible. It's an improvement interesting. Take on the whole thing you know so many times. The bots are more sympathetic and empathetic and helpful than the other person that Seems like they're having a bad day just wants to get off the call. Her and I think the bottle be becoming more sophisticated. I think it'll even get to a point. They will become entertaining and they'll be certain that will be our favorites and we'll tell our friends about and this'll be a whole new sort of marketing tool because we don't really like spending time on On the phone with a customer service person but it might be interesting chatting online at Nike with Michael Jordan bought with Dolly Parton. Bought or anything like that. That might be fun. And then all the while the companies can be collecting information about it so I think we're just at the cusp of some very interesting days in terms of of bought some example. That Cindy actually could make today. This is the Cindy Green glass bottle today. Never known. It's very funny though. I love my bit Mo- Jeez and so do all my friends that when I send them their morning bit mortgages and We have conversations with our colleagues about the voice assistance. And whose voice are you using. What did I hear Samuel? L. Jackson is now going to be a voice assistant voice and so. I do think it's entertaining. You're right on there and They can't be helpful and Andrew -taining at the same time and welcoming so. Let's go back to this question about the traditional role of marketing changing the traditional jobs. Changing is the CMO gone for good or will arise again as an in a new role. And what are the titles and functions that you're seeing that companies need to look at for marketing professionals in the future? Well I think there's a lot of turmoil going on. We see a lot of big companies like Coca Cola and Johnson and Johnson eliminating the CMO role. Which has been a surprise to a lot of people and I think part of the problem part of the turmoil is exactly the turmoil that talk about in my book. Marketing rebellion is that we are moving from this era where it was easy to measure. We had familiar advertising techniques. We had relationships with advertising agencies and all of that is starting to crumble and the CMO is right in the middle of that right now and a lot of the marketing techniques where instead of we're broadcasting at people and we're trying to manipulate people now we sort of have to come alongside them now that we have consumers have the accumulated knowledge of the human race in the palm of their hands. They're pretty good at making their own. Decisions and so. The role of marketing is changing. A lot of the tactics are going to be changing and so the role of the CMO is really in turmoil right now as companies try to hang on to what they have and and try to figure out what's coming next. I think marketing is very essential role in the organization. I don't think marketing will ever go away. I think the role the marketing leader will have to be in some transition however and some of the things I'm hearing now cindy are that that. Cmo's they're focusing more on customer experience so that instead of just running programs or managing accounts. Cmo's it would be responsible for every single customer touch point every single way. That customer could experience our company. It's a very very different way of thinking. And it's exciting to see it's endlessly fascinating and I'm very optimistic about the role of marketing and marketing leadership but it is going to go through some tumultuous times. Yes I am. Recently was at a large hospital network. We were talking about some of the automation that is being put in place to facilitate appointment setting and working with the hospital on all the different parts departments to navigate through lab and doctors etc and in the meeting was an individual with the title of Chief Access Officer and that this was the individual who has all the access points that patients have available to them in communicating with the institution call centers the front desk billing you name it and I thought now that was rather interesting title. And they said this is becoming very prevalent in the healthcare industry because there's so many access points and they don't communicate with each other and it's extremely disjointed so not that was an interesting title and marketing role for healthcare. If you think about it a brand used to be what a company told you it was but today a brand is what people tell each other so it makes sense to really look at all those touch points just as you said because in their hospital example if one touch point sales that's what they're going to talk about. That's going to become the brand. So you've gotta be perfect in sort of three hundred sixty degree view of everything. The customer is experiencing. Because as I said the customers are the marketers today if we see ads we don't believe that anymore but we believe each other. We believe our friends. We believe our families. We believe business leaders. We believe technical experts and we believe these people called influencers. Who really are just trusted friends? That are online a strategy being enacted by the hospital there. I think that makes a lot of sense. I want to pick up on that. We may have less trust in our institutions today than perhaps ever and we have greater confidence and trust in the authenticity of our friends family. And and as you said these influencers so I'm a brand and we need to figure out. How a brand inserts himself into this new environment where they are known and they are engaging in a conversation and be authentic about it when they're presenting themselves in. Is there a secret sauce? Way To be authentic. When you know that you're inserting yourself as a marketing or a brand. That's trying to influence opinion or purchase behavior. I think it really requires a different mindset and I hinted at earlier where I said lot of the mindset of the marketing of the past. Is I'm broadcasting at you and I'm going to change you and today it's more like I wanna come alongside you and help you and I think the first thing in any business is before marketing matters at all. You've got to deliver the goods right. The hospital you talked about the gotta do everything right. A restaurant you go to nobis care about their marketing. Nobis took care about telling their story if the service was bad or they couldn't find a parking space or the bathrooms were a mess. Barking begins with delivering the goods. And then after that. I think great marketing today is beginning to identify. What is a story about view? That's authentic that's interesting. That's relevant so. I was at a restaurant the other day and they had this story on the table about some of the historic surroundings of this building and they had a story on the table about some of the special storms were. They were getting ingredients for their food. Now that is believable. It's authentic. It's interesting it's something that I would want to tell my friends and it's relevant and so that's not an you know that's not of some public relations thing but it's a way to get the means to understand the story so there's lots of ways today that we have to think about. How do we start to enter the conversation? Offline how do we start to enter the conversation online and most important? How do we encourage other people to spread the story? One of the big buzzword today and for the last ten years it's been content marketing and so watson companies are spending millions and millions of dollars creating all this content that nobody ever really sees the economic value of content. That's not seen and shared is zero so in every aspect of marketing it really today depends on getting customers getting consumers to carry the story forward. That's really where marketing today. How do we enter that? Two-thirds two thirds of our marketing is occurring without us. How do we get invited to that? That's really what marketing is going to be looking like in the future wonderful. Well I wish we had more time together mark. You have so much to share. I hope we'll continue this conversation and we will see what integrate later this year. You provided US great relevant interesting and authentic insights and we'll see you in West Virginia soon. You've been listening to Wvu Marketing Communications today. Brought to you live from West Virginia.

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"schaefer" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"schaefer" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Herself back again. Cindy Green Glass. Cindy have you been? Well I'm embarrassed this morning. I'm deeply embarrassed because you were kind enough to send me a Wvu cap and a really really cool windbreaker. And I ran out of the House and I grabbed the wrong cat this morning. Wearing a different college Cap I rotate. Everybody laugh. See me on a different college cap every week every time I wear that. Wvu Cap here in southern California. People stopped me like crazy. Who knew there were so many a lot all over the place. Here US mountaineers. We are everywhere a next time. We'll make sure we get you in the in the cap next time and then I can post it. So it's a pleasure having you back pleasure having you back after rotating series of hosts here on this show and today today the rebellion begins its marketing rebellion. That's what you're talking about here too. That sounds a little revolutionary. It is it is. I'm thrilled that. We have Mark Schaefer with us as our gas. He's a globally recognized author speaker podcast. He could do a far better job than I can. And arguably one of the most important bloggers he has a listed as one of the top five marketing blogs in the world. He teaches graduate marketing classes. At Rutgers he's written hate bestselling books and his new book is in fact called Marketing rebellion. The most human company wins. It's an amazing. Any central new view of business in a manifesto for human centered marketing. It hit number one in both the marketing and advertising categories of Amazon. He has a global who's who client base including Pfizer Cisco Dell Adidas even the US Air Force to name a few. He's a very prestigious keynote speaker. And in fact will be joining us at integrate at West Virginia University. This summer are are marquee integrate conference so without further ADO I would like to welcome in mark to our show today. Hi Mark Happy to say. I'm wearing my view cap in Knoxville. Tennessee today awesome. And I didn't say mark is also a proud alone of WBZ may nineteen eighty-two there you go so we are everywhere aren't we so. Let's jump right in there so much. We WanNa talk to you about today. Mark. Can I want to start with this new book? The idea of becoming the most human company. And I'd like to ask you. What does this mean? And and what brands do you think are actually achieving this and succeeding in being a human most human company. You mentioned I've written eight books and I never have a plan to write a book. I've read a book when I get curious about something and when I see a problem that I don't understand and this time as I go around the world and I speak and consult. I was hearing the same things from companies large. Cmo's and small companies. They kept telling me they felt stuck that their marketing wasn't working like it used to and they were falling behind and as I got into it and did some research about this my I have taught us as well you know. Technology is moving so fast. People are feeling overwhelmed. When I got into it I found bit. Yes that's part of it. The technology has moved ahead but the consumers have moved ahead of us to these always on Raipur enabled consumers have different expectations of companies. Today they just don't take to the traditional advertising and public relations like they used to. They have different expectations and that sort of the theme of the book. Today the customers are in control. The customers are the markers. The most human company will win the customers in the driver's seat today. That's for sure. I think most of us have felt that in our businesses that they're driving the bus and we have to meet the customers where they are when they want in the channel. They want us to meet them in. You'd have to be about the companies that were succeeding. I'm sorry I I get that part. I was too enthused on my first answer. You one of the things. I think is very energizing about the way the market today is that I think that small businesses are ideally position to win in this environment because so often the personal brand is the brand today in a lot of cases. And it's hard to really know who somebody at Ford Motor Company or at Verizon but we know the people at our local businesses and great branding is about building this emotional connection between you and your in some way and today a lot of times that emotional connection is occurring with a person and so I very energized by the idea that I think. Small businesses are ideally suited to win in this environment. Very interesting usually. It's kind of the David and Goliath right. So the smaller companies might have an advantage in this environment and the larger companies may need to think about how they get back to the kitchen table. Get back to the one on one and and maybe not rely heavily on technology. How do you feel about a and technological trends and are they inhibitors or are they helping us as marketers? Well it can be. Both technology has become the enemy of great marketing in many ways. And it's not because technology is bad. It's because it's so good. It's so fun. It's so inexpensive we can just get all these email lists and just spam people and it's made us lazy markers today. I remember when I took my first class at Wvu in marketing. That's where I really fell in love with marketing. And I opened up principles of marketing by Dr Philip. Kotler expose any said. Marketing is a combination of psychology. Sociology and anthropology. Marketing is all things human. But we don't really think about it that way anymore. We think about our mark tech stack and Robo calls and all this technology that we use to abuse people and we've got to get better. I think a lot of the big companies of the past their brands through technology and through advertising. And we just don't see advertising anymore we watch TV on net flicks on Amazon prime. We don't see ads. We listen to the radio all day long on spotify or we listen to audio books no advertising we have six hundred and fifty million devices in the world that have adblocker on them. It's the largest civil rebellion in the history of the world. So we've got to find another way to connect to these people. This were crushingly unreachable customer. Do you see that. This is going to continue. People are going to disengage. They're going to be turning off and turning away from technology and do think it's going to regress back where they're saying the local grocery store the the local merchant small business. I WANNA I WANNA go back to the face to face. I want to turn off all my devices and we're going to see that trend completely change. I don't think it'll completely I think? Technologies is a big part of our lives and always will be and there are lots of ways to technology in ways to make us more human instead of creating barriers between us and our customers. We can reduce barriers between us and our customers but I think the main idea is that customers today. They want to be respected. We see this happening in so many places today. They've want their time to be respected. They want their life to be respected. They want their privacy to be respected. And what's happening is companies have not respected customers. They haven't respected their privacy so now being regulated right we're going to have new laws because the companies can't self monitor themselves and so unfortunately it's going to be done for them so if we can use technology in a way to connect more human ways and respect our customers will be okay. There's definitely a trend toward localism toward by buying local toward connecting local and that again sort of provides an advantage to local businesses small businesses. And I asked a researcher as I was working on my book. She was researching this sort of local. She called it locally strategy and I asked her I said well how companies adjust to this trend and she said I don't know so there definitely is trend. Maybe not so much against technology but definitely more connected more on a local level with businesses. Yes I agree with you there. I saw that a lot when I travel in Europe. They have very much gone to the back to supporting the local business and feeling engaged in their community local environment and getting away from the large multinationals or even national organizations and the anonymous. Feeling that you get and wanting to be with people who respects you and treats you as a customer and I appreciate that point of view. That's great thank you very much. We're GONNA take a break and a minute or two here but what I'd like to ask you to think about for when we come back. Is You mentioned that the traditional roles of marketing changing and for some like the traditional CMO for example that they may be completely ideas of the past we need to reinvent her rethink about the corporate structure of marketing. The agency management structure. I'd like to hear your point of view on this a little more detail. And is there a way that companies should start thinking of adapting and adopting new thoughts of leadership and new titles as this trend takes place? So if I can have you think about that for a minute while I turn it back over to Paul who's GonNa talk a little bit more about Wvu for a minute and indeed. I am for those of you. Who are looking for some new thoughts or new place to Restart or rethink or reprogram. The way you've approached marketing there is a place. There is a space West Virginia University's Online Data Marketing Communications Program. I graduate program of its kind in. The country focuses on strategic.

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Coronavirus puts local health officials on guard after patient in isolation in Clark County

Brian Kilmeade

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Coronavirus puts local health officials on guard after patient in isolation in Clark County

"Schaefer other maybe a possible case of coronavirus import county according to the southern Nevada health district the person currently in isolation at a local hospital we'll be continually monitored and tested by the centers for disease control yes an H. P. said there are four types of coronavirus the CDC currently only have the capability to test for the novel coronavirus which is what the person here in Clark County is being

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"schaefer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"schaefer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Miserables so long as the three problems of the eight the degradation of many I popped the ruin of woman by stopping and just wanting a child by physical and spiritual night I'm not so another one so long as the marines in misery and remain on the looks like the cannot be you were getting there was a dramatic reading although it sort of feels like everything recorded in the nineteen fifties has a certain flair of drama in it another Broadway musical that Miller has done work on that we can talk about it is the hit Jersey boys indeed and we have a clip from the two thousand and six edition of the station's very own some check with John Schaefer and he's speaking with musical director does mac enough John Lloyd's resemblances is eerie in fact when Bob Crewe who wrote a lot of the songs with Bob Gaudio heard the first the you know cuts from the cast album he fought that Bob Gaudio who played a trick on him and he honestly thought it was Frankie's voice so that's really saying well let's let's give our listeners the chance to decide for themselves first here's here's Frankie Valli and his original recording of sherry baby and now here's John Lloyd young Frankie Valli you.

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