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"schenk" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"schenk" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"The killer. He one of australia's most notorious killers while police searched for his first victim. Josefina team all they found. Hugo's love letters to her day dripped with purple prose. Manipulations and karl schlosser rex address. Hugo and schlosser wreck were sleeping in the apartment. When police kicked the doors down and arrested them hugo knew he was finished. The police had figured out his method of luring women with jobs or marriages then killing them for their money. After being taken into custody hugo his loyal girlfriend emilia mon- asking her to slip him poison so he could die on his own terms. Emilia only new shank as his fake alias. Account on the run from russian authorities shank would turn up at amelia's apartment after a long absence and ask her to hide him from visiting russians. Of course shank was hiding from the authorities or people looking for him regarding the missing women despite discovering her boyfriend was a swindler and possible murderer. Emilia still tried to smuggle poison to hugo. She tried to palm him poison in court but authorities grew suspicious and confiscated the bottle with suicide. No longer an option. Hugo blamed karl schlosser wreck for everything trying his honeyed words on their judge. But hugo's calmness unnerved authorities and the trial spectators while schlosser iraq was a common thug. Hugo was something else something dredged from an abyss. Hugo and schloss iraq were sentenced to hang for murdering josefina and katharina team. All as well as torrisi carol and rosa. Ferenci hugo's brother. Carl was also convicted for his role in the murders. Although his death sentence was reduced to life imprisonment many believed that there were more murdered. Women some calculated as high as forty or fifty. But the truth would never be known hugo. Shank and karl schlosser. Rak were hanged. The day after their sentencing schlosser wreck was first to the gallows. He walked with his head up carrying a bouquet of flowers and roses that his wife gathered for him. Hugo listened as schloss iraq begged his audience for forgiveness the gallows creek as they led him to the news. The silence of the crowd was too much for sloss arrack. He asked if there were anybody out there who wanted to curse him but the priest comforted him with a simple die in peace schlosser x. Spoke one less time pleading for the lord to protect his wife. Two minutes later the jailers came for hugo who was much more composed. His back was straight his mustache groomed. Hugo gave a cocky smile to the crowd two hundred of them all gentlemen with titles and proper occupations. he saw actors writers officials military attaches doctors respectable men there was also a prince. A baron and a celebrity execution watcher. Gentlemen whom hugo pretended to be hugo then saw schlosser wreck dangling at the end of his rope like a grotesque trout at the end of a fisherman's line still. He showed no response. he mimic schlosser rex. Last words cray greet. My wife then nodded to the priest. He was calm and collected but the executioner was going to make this hard heinrich villain. Bacher did not pride himself. On quick clean executions. A skilled executioner knew how to drop a convict blocking blood passages and rendering them instantly. Unconscious death came later. Villain bacher liked his criminals to suffer and he wanted hugo schenk to die badly when villain bacher dropped hugo. He was conscious as he hanged his mouth agape in a silent shriek as his eyes and tongue bulged. He twisted on the rope turning away from the crowd toward the distant city black lights warmed.

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"schenk" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"schenk" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"In the Russian sports world. and Luckily for him, he still had some high ranking friends in the Russian government. In, February of two thousand eleven, Russian police raided grigory road, Shangqiu home. They informed him that he was under investigation for drug trafficking and other narcotics crimes, and tore the place apart looking for evidence the officers informed Road Shangqiu off that he would be arrested the following Monday. He wouldn't be alone either his sister Marina A. Runner was also facing arrest for the same charges. Road Schenk off knew better than to fight the authorities and allowed them to confiscate his computer and files. But after they left Roach. inkov panicked. For reasons. He didn't quite understand Grigory Road Chekhov and his family were now targets of the Russian government and he knew that he'd face unimaginable torture and misery in a Russian prison. That night, a despondent road Schenk. Cov drank a large amount of whiskey and decided there was only one permanent way out of his predicament. He took a kitchen knife in got into a bath in his house. After. One last gulp of Whiskey to steady his nerves roach. Shangqiu stabbed himself in the chest rate over the heart. But as wrote checkoffs sat back and waited to die the bathroom door burst open and his wife ran inside upon seeing her husband state. She immediately ambulance they arrived in time to take a barely alive road cough to the hospital luckily surgeons managed to save Grigory Road Schenk off. But instead of being arrested by the narcotics police, the authorities deemed road Schenck of a danger to himself placed him in a psychiatric clinic and kept him heavily medicated. Meanwhile road. Schenk off sister was arrested and charged with the buying and selling of testosterone and anabolic. Steroids. After two weeks in the mental health clinic, the Police Transferred Road Schenk off to another institution. This one specifically for severely ill and dangerous criminals ironically, Road Schenk improved he was no longer forcibly given psychotropic drugs Hindi slowly returned to lucidity and health. He was also allowed access to a computer and the internet which he used to continue advising athletes on the national team. In the spring of two thousand eleven the International Olympic Committee. Was Not only unaware of Road Schenk avs doping operation, but didn't even know about his arrest and institutionalization. Instead, they sent a letter officially inviting him to the two thousand twelve Olympic Games in London as director of the Moscow anti-doping center the I O. And the World Anti Doping Agency made it clear to the government that the invitation was, for road, Shinko, off only he ran the only water approved lab in Russia and was the only one in the country respected enough to attend the two thousand Twelve Olympics, the Russian Ministry of Sports and its director Vitale Moco realized they needed Roach Schenk off. If they sent him, he could learn how the official London labs were testing and what they were testing for providing invaluable information to the Russian national team. Moco told Putin that he needed Road Schenk off to ensure victory in. So Chee The narcotics, charges and investigation into Rhode Schenk off were completely dropped. On April, twenty-sixth two thousand eleven three months after his suicide attempt, Road Schenk Gov was allowed to go home. But even as he returned to his job to threat of being thrown in prison remains real. The police had refused to drop the charges against his sister as if to keep it hanging over Road Schenk offs head at all times road sank off knew that Putin and the Russian authorities had released him for only one reason. He. was going to run the National Teams Doping Program, and he had to do it successfully. Or else. On the other side of the spectrum, the Olympic Committee was determined to make the two thousand twelve Olympics. In London, the most aggressively anti-doping games in history. The Olympics organizers of the largest anti-doping force ever over one thousand staff members on call twenty, four, seven during the Games. The World Anti Doping Agency had also credited a brand new laboratory at King's College in London to handle a more extensive schedule than in previous games, spokespeople and anti doping experts from all over the world spoke defiantly on how the two thousand twelve games would be the toughest on doping in sporting history. They had no idea that one of their top scientists one of the one hundred, fifteen experts that the Olympic committee relied on to lead their anti-doping efforts was working to do the exact opposite and early two, thousand, Twelve Road Shinko arrived in London and took a tour of their drug testing facility. He got a close look at the lab. They would use to test the athletes the specific tests they were using and the schedules and methods they'd be operating under what he saw was far from the tight end effective system that the World Anti Doping Agency promised it was a disaster. The tests were old the equipment was outdated and the testing procedures were badly disorganized the lab and water as a whole or entirely unprecedented to deal with testing demands of the Olympic Games in other words for Grigory Road Schenk off in the Russian national team. It was perfect. It wouldn't be difficult to game the system at all. When he returned to Moscow. Road. Schenk of perfected his steroid and alcohol cocktail using a mixture of three different anabolic steroids, which he then passed on to the Russian Ministry of Sports to administer to the athletes inside the ministry. The cocktail was nicknamed the Duchess. In the summer of two, thousand twelve just before the Games began road Shinko secretly tested the national team himself to make sure they test clean in London his athletes all passed they were ready to compete roads Schenk off also completed new research on Toronto ball black market steroid often used by athletes in the former Soviet Union his lab discovered a way to detect traces. Of the drug athletes up to seven weeks after injection road, Schenk off strategically published this research just before the London Olympics, he had wanted to give himself more legitimacy in the Anti doping world but that wasn't his only motive.

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Red Chair & Blue Chair Negotiations - Mark Schenkius

Daily Sales Tips

03:22 min | 1 year ago

Red Chair & Blue Chair Negotiations - Mark Schenkius

"Today. Marc Schenk yes is back. Mark is the founder of. Roi Ten where he helped sales professionals get better at dealing with buyers and he's also the author of the other side of sales where he shares his perspective after fifteen years in procurement. Here he is with today's tip. Imagine a traditional negotiation. You're sitting on the chair and a bias sitting opposite view on a chair rioting between the both of us a table. This should probably sound familiar to when talking about negotiation. I often use two different colors for the chairs. You're sitting on blue and red. A blue chair means that the focus of that person is mainly on price. The result will be win. Lose the one with the highest perceived power Winston negotiation and the auto lose. These negotiations are cold. Short-term and relationship is unimportant an example of this is when you buy or sell a car you want the best possible price for it. Red Chair means that there is a high focus on long-term relationship. There are many important variables to consider besides price such as contract length joint innovation service levels et Cetera. Typically both parties gained something from these negotiations since our war and based on equality and trust example of this is a negotiation with a strategic partner at risk of generalization here buyers typically blue since they're mainly focused on obtaining a good price and centers are typically. Read since you're interested in a long term relationship with their customer now. The color to negotiation table is determined by the color of the chairs. Two blue chairs equal a blue table. You can expect tough negotiations here to Richard Equal table. This is the foundation of a warm and fruitful relationship for both parties. The interesting scenario is when one chair is blue and the other one is read. What color do you think the table has done? The correct answer is blue. And here's why when one party shows red behavior by focusing on establishing a relationship and the other party shows blue behavior by focusing on price alone the result will often be that readily giving and blue will be taking in other words. Blue Wins Rentals. So what can you do if you're sitting on the chair and the buyer opposite of you're sitting on the Blue Chair? Well there are only two options here option. One you decide to sit on a blue chairs well acknowledging the blue table. This is easier to do since he. You can control that yourself if you want to win. These types of negotiations make sure you have more perceived power than the other party. It's important to note that the signing to settle blue Relationship with the other party or you can go to you. Get the other party to sit on richer turning the table yet even though this might be your preference it is harder to do since you need to persuade the other party to change the color of their chair. The best way to do this is to step into the bias. Mind and understand why it would be beneficial for the buyer to establish a long term relationship with you.

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"schenk" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"schenk" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Coast to coast were with Peter Schenk our final segment here. Peter when people have this awakening mode. Like, you did does it hit them right away. Do they realize that their life will change for does it take some time for them to realize things are happening? Everyone's different George some people. They have been semi awake. Their entire lives. Some people wake up in the manner that I did others, you know, wake up within three days. Everyone's different. It depends on why you're being woken up. And what your job is. Now. Interestingly enough, a lot of people being woken up have technical and engineering backgrounds and a lot of interest, creating new products and services based on all kinds of really cool tech. I wonder why that would be why they'd have that kind of background unusual. Isn't it? Whatever the grand design is it's always perfect and right on time. All right. All right. Fully understand it or not. Let's go west of the Rockies up to Honolulu Hawaii. Hello Dorothy, welcome to the program. Hello. Can you hear me? Yup. Sure. Can. I'm excited about talking to Peter. And I have actually when you were talking about how some people tend to giving any given to receive and I feel like that has been my. To and I feel like it stems from my terrace who nurtured me or cared for me much. And I had a sense of unworthiness that came from having terrorists like that. And. Beyond. Just I want to get beyond it. I know I have a job to do in this in this universe. And I want to be able to step into my energy and do it. I'm supposed to be doing that. This is holding me back, and it drives me crazy. I know I know I can receive, but I tend to give a give and if difficult for me to receive, and I know that comes from the sense of unworthiness. What do you think of that Pete? Thank you for that. You know that right? There is what ninety nine percent of the people are experiencing background noise. Which is you know, the how and the why clearly are different for everyone circumstances. But ninety nine percent of the people you don't know how to receive. And it's it's as simple as just opening up those channels Dorothy, like it's about releasing what may or may not in your conscious mind, you know, be holding you in the prison. Unable to move forward in the future in your case. It's all about receiving. So you know, the truth shell set you free. I declared earlier that which is not necessarily the best mantra facing the things that cannot be undone shall set you free. So in your case when you you know, you look at your parents. And and you think that that feeling of unworthiness is coming from them. And you could be absolutely right. It's all about honoring that energy and letting it go into now. Now being able to receive into the future. So if you right now in real time, just just put your attention on what you perceive to be holding you back from receiving and just allow for a second at ugly feeling to enter into your conscious realm and just repeat those eight magical words, I honor the space in which to exist. He'll feel it just dissipate or in some cases obliterate, and it's it's that easy. You know, again charges humans. We over complicate everything and things are really really simple specially in the energetic field. It's either a one zero it is or it's not. That's it. That's where your software background comes in. Absolutely. Let's go to Joe Long Island. New York Joseph. Go ahead. Hey, peter. I have two questions. One was you were speaking of Sebastian and angels. Now, I had a couple of. Ah? Your phone is Joey Don traumatic situations. We miss that. Joe? Your phone went out. Okay. Yeah. I had a couple of interactions with angels. I believe in non traumatic situations, and it seemed to be a demonstration that. It's not gonna work this time. Joe get charged up that battery. Let's go to Ed in Colorado. Welcome to the program. Hey, ed. Hey, go ahead. I take care of speakers. Hey, this is great George. Thank you so much. We're taking my call. Sure. And I have something really really. Had a question about I'm sixty five years old. And my whole life. I've had a little bit of an edge. Off of ordinary in my consciousness. But I'm not going to go into that. Would I have to say can you hear me? Okay. I have to say is. I'm wondering your guess is all about. Extraordinary consciousness. Not you call. Ordinary. And my question I had for many many many years is what happens when it happens when we. Go a little bit further than ordinary consciousness. And we start to experience. The extraordinary reality of. Everything and you follow him, Peter. I I believe so I believe he's talking about a a a wake-up experience. And what happens when your consciousness is raised and you start experiencing things on a whole new level. If I if I'm understanding correctly. How do people ought to people raise that level? We you know, that's a great question. And and I'm I'm asked this all the time. And I I keep telling people it all starts with an act of kindness. You just can't say I've raised my vibration. It doesn't work like that you have to earn respect. And when you were in respect from the universe. You're given a piece of information, and what you do with that information determines if you move to the higher the next, right? So if you start with an act of kindness, if you're driving down the road, and you and you get the, you know, the poor guy get out in in traffic. What does it takes five seconds for you? Which is nothing, but you've made his day. That's positive karma university taking notice you get involved in community, something you do something that spreads more light and love in the world. Okay. You're raising your ration-, the universe tapes, notice and gives you piece of information and that information in any form, and it's basically a roadmap to how you. Get to the next level. And if you act on it, then it gives you more in that. Then it feeds into this ladder. They pull you you push them. You pull them they push you. It's just given the steak again going back to the receiving and the giving that's how the game is played out since time immemorial giving receiving that's how you get into the higher realms of consciousness, and when you're there. Okay. I it's it's a it's a it's a path that you were all on the same patch, George. Some of us are just a little further ahead. And it's our duty that for those of us that will further head to stop pause turn around in help. Let's go to Carol now. Watertown, New York. Carol welcome to the program. Thank you. Greetings from Bach live long and prosper. I'd like that line. A fellow tricky. During the depression. I realise I hold up my hand. And I say this people I realized to not feel worthy of that greasing. They don't show it. Prosper? Can you turn on your radio, Carol, we're getting feedback from you? Oh, okay. I'll go into the other room go to the other room. Things that I always do as. I say to people they think it's a little flaky. But it makes me smile. Hi, bow to the you. You do what I say live lock to the light in. You is a greeting. All right. Peter. I'm having trouble understanding some of these questions tonight. I think what she's doing in presenting is a couple of different ways of showing gratitude and humility in situations that would be the less vibration. I I think she mentioned in times of depression. She'll say a little bit of a macho, and that's all beautiful. And you know, folks, there's no right way. There's no wrong way for any of this. There's only the perfect way for you. However, whenever you decide to to do these, you know, it's always perfect for you. Well, you talk about depression. I had a story on earlier in the program about the kids. Twenty five percent are committing suicide primarily because of things that are happening to them on the internet. That's astounding. I mean, if you were before group appearance, what would you tell them? You know, I I think in in some capacities. We are dictated to a way of life where let's say we can't put down our cell phone. It's always in our hands. Yes. Right. You know, you'll see a family of four they're all in their phones. I've been I mean, I've been a part of that. I get it. Okay. But more and more consciously now when I go out into the world, I'm leaving my cell phone at home. When I goes sound like you've left your left or right, arm home. It is. But it's called. I it's it's the it's breaking the addiction, you know, in in not watching TV, you know, like what like for instance. What is the one thing you see more now in restaurants and public areas where you would have never seen George maybe ten years ago people on their phone. Eight but more importantly TV's. They're everywhere everywhere peak Peter the clock has got us. Thank you for everything you bring.

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"schenk" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on KTRH

"To coast were with Peter Schenk our final segment here. Peter when people have this awakening mode like you did does it hit them right away. Do they realize that you know, their life will change four does take some time for them to realize things are happening. Everyone's different George some people. They have been semi awake. Their entire lives. Some people wake up in the manner that I did others, you know, wake up within three days. Everyone's different. It depends on why you're being woken up. And what your job is. Now. Interestingly enough, a lot of people being woken up have technical and engineering backgrounds and a lot of interest, creating, you know, new products and services based on all kinds of really cool tech. I wonder why that would be why they'd have that kind of background unusual. Isn't it? Yeah. Whatever the grand design is it's always perfect and right on time. All righty fully understand it or not. Let's go west of the Rockies to Honolulu in Hawaii. Hello Dorothy, welcome to the program. Hello. Can you hear me? Yup. Sure. Can. I'm excited about talking to Peter. And I have actually when you were talking about how some people tend to giving giving given how to receive and I feel like that has been my. To and I feel like it stems from my parents who never nurtured me or church me much, and I have a sense of unworthiness that came from having terrorists like that. And. Beyond. Just I want to get beyond it. I know I have a job to do in this in this universe. And I want to be able to step into my year for energy. And do what I'm supposed to be doing that? This is holding me back, and it drives me crazy. I know I know I can receive that I tend to just give a give and if difficult for me to receive, and I know that comes from the sense of unworthiness. What do you think of that Pete? Thank you for that. Dorothy. You know? That right. There is what ninety nine percent of the people are experiencing the background noise. Which is you know, the how and the why clearly are different for everyone circumstances. But ninety nine percent of the people you don't know how to receive. And it's it's as simple as just opening up those channels Dorothy, like it's about releasing what may or may not in your conscious mind, you know, beholding you in the president unable to move forward in the future in your case. It's all about receiving. So you know, the truth shell set you free. I declared earlier that which is not necessarily the best mantra facing the things that cannot be undone shall set you free. So in your case when you you know, you look at your parents. And and you think that that feeling of unworthiness is coming from them in your you could be absolutely right. It's all about honoring that energy and letting it go into now being able to receive into the future. So if you. Right now in real time. Just just put your attention on what you perceive to be holding you back from receiving and just allow for a second ugly feeling to enter into your conscious realm and just repeat those eight magical words, I honor the space in which you exist, you'll feel it just dissipate or in some cases obliterate, and it's it's that easy. You know, again charges humans. We over complicate everything and things are really really simple, especially in the energetic field. It's either a one zero it is or it's not. That's it. That's where your software background comes in. Absolutely. Let's go to Joe Long Island. New York Joseph. Go ahead. Hey, peter. I have two questions. One was was picking Sebastian and angels. Now, I had a couple of. Your phone on Joey dramatic situations. We miss that. Joe? Your phone went out. Okay. Yeah. I had a couple of interactions with angels. I believe in non dramatic situations. And it seemed to be a demonstration that. It's not gonna work this time. Joe get charged up that battery. Let's go to Ed in Colorado. Welcome to the program. Hey, ed. Hey. Go ahead. I guess I had speakers. This is great George. Thank you so much for taking my call. Sure. And I have something I really really. Have had a question about I'm sixty five years old and my home life. I've had a little bit of an edge off of ordinary in my consciousness. But I'm not gonna go into that. Would I have to say can you hear me? Okay. We'll have to say is. I'm wondering your guest tonight is all about. Extraordinary consciousness not. You call. Ordinary. And my question. I had for many many many years is what happens. What happens when we? Go a little bit further than ordinary consciousness. And we start to experience. The extraordinary reality of. Everything. You follow Peter. I believe so I believe he's talking about a a wake-up experience. And what happens when your consciousness is raised and you start experiencing things on a whole new level. If I if I'm understanding him correctly. How do people how do people raise that level? You know, that's a great question. And and I'm I'm asked this all the time. And I keep telling people it all starts with an act of kindness. You just can't say I've raised my vibration. It doesn't work like that you have to earn respect. And when you weren't respect from the universe. You're given a piece of information what you do with that information determines if you move to the higher onto the next five. Right. So if you start with an act of kindness, if you're driving down the road, and you and you let the, you know, the poor guy get out in traffic. What is it takes five seconds for you? Which is nothing, but you've made his day. That's positive karma. Okay. Universe. Taking notice you get involved in community, something you do something that spreads more light. And love in the world. Okay. You're raising your vibration, the universe take notice 'cause you piece of information and that information. Come in any form. And it's basically a roadmap to how you get to the next level. And if you act on it, then it gives you more in that. Then it feeds into this ladder, they pull you you push them. You pull them they push you. It's just given the steak again going back to the receiving and the giving that's how the game is played out since time immemorial giving and receiving. That's how you get into the higher realms of consciousness, and when you're there. Okay. I it's it's a it's a it's a path that you were all on the same path, George some of us are just a little further ahead. And it's our duty for those of us that a little further head to stop pause turn around and help. Let's go to Carol now. Watertown, New York. Carol welcome to the program. Thank you. Greetings from Bach live long and prosper. I'd like that line. Fellow tricky. Well, the subsidy. During times of depression. I realized I hold up my hand. And I say this and people I realize to not feel. Of that greasing. They don't feel enough to prosper. Can you turn on your radio though, Carol we're getting feedback from you? Oh, okay. I'll go into the other room go to the other role other things that I always do as. I say the people they think it's a little swanky. But it makes me smile. How about you? You do what I say live locked eyeball to the lights in the US agreeing. All right. Peter. I'm having trouble understanding some of these questions tonight. I think what she's doing in presenting is a couple of different ways of showing gratitude and humility in situations that would be a less, vibration. I think she said mentioned in times of depression. She'll say a little bit of a macho, and that's all beautiful. And you know, folks, there's no right way. There's no wrong way for any of this. There's only the perfect way for you. However, whenever you decide to to do these, you know, it's always perfect for you. Well, you talk about depression. I had a story on earlier in the program about the kids. Twenty five percent are committing suicide primarily because of things that are happening to them on the internet. That's astounding. I mean, if you were before group appearance, what would you tell them? You know, I I think in in some capacities. We are dictated to a way of life where let's say we can't put down ourselves on. It's always in her hands. Yes. You know, you'll see a family of four they're all in their phones. I I've been I mean, I've been a part of that. I get it. Okay. But more and more consciously now when I go out into the world, I'm leaving my cell phone at home when I goes sound like you've left your left or right, arm home. It is. But it's called. I it's it's the it's breaking the addiction, you know, in in in not watching TV. You know, what what what like for instance, what is the one thing you see more now in restaurants and public areas where you would have never seen George maybe ten years ago people on their phone. But more importantly TV's. Yeah. They're everywhere everywhere peak Peter the clock has got us. Thank you for everything you bring to the table here in for folks who want more information on Peter shank, his website modern day, mystic dot com. It's linked up for you at coast to coast, AM dot com. Thank you, Peter. Really? Appreciate it. It all was a guy was on his way into work. He was a little late left. A message for his boss. He loved the message because what he witnessed was extremely strange for those of you who have heard this longtime ago, get ready for the life of your life. Hi, mark. I'm on my.

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"schenk" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on KTRH

"Coast to coast. We're back with Peter Schenk Peter share with us a success story story that came your way that somebody was able to change things for the better for themselves. I have quite a few of those on the website, but one of your favorites. Well, I was working with a woman in the Atlanta area. And she. It's kind of a little bit important that you understand this a quick background on the story. So I like people refer to me is like the last train stop before they go off the cliff. They have. You know work with. Other modalities out there use other products, and nothing's worrying, nothing's work. And then you know, they kind of find me I don't advertise. Everything I do through word of mouth, if you have an amazing experience, you're going to go out and sell other people. And then they'll come to me down the road. And you know, maybe download some of the free stuff. We have on the website. And then. Time down the road. And so many ways. Last trains, not before they go off the cliff and this woman. Was at the end of a rope. She want pretty much her life savings. Her husband was leaving her and she was just desperate. And she spent a lot of money that she didn't have other products and services. So long story short we entered into a conversation. I very quickly identified an area of walking within her energetic system, we removed that blockage, and you know, within three days things headstart to open up, and what it really revolves around with her was, you know, most people that are good people, George they give.

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"schenk" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

15:48 min | 2 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And welcome back with a modern day mystic. Peter Schenk, Peter. Let's talk a little bit about consciousness your definition of what consciousness is. So. I believe wholeheartedly through my experiences that consciousness. Is the center of creation your consciousness in everything that revolves around? You is a projection of your consciousness. Okay. So for instance, you know, you heard you've heard many, many people say in some capacity that you create your reality as you move through it, and there's so much truth to that. Right. Your conscious create your reality as you move through George so for instance, at night when you go to bed if you have a positive thought before you go to sleep. Your dreams will reflect. That's not okay. If you have a negative thought your dreams will reflect that in your waking moments when you wake up in the morning if you have a positive sought. Your day will be positive. You have a negative thought your day will be negative so in essence year environment. Mimics what your consciousness is putting out. Okay. In that in knowing that gives you the capacity to create consciously create your reality as you move through it. Okay. So let's say for instance, you are working on a project. Okay. And that project lasts I six weeks. And then, you know, it's a lot of work. And now it's over and done with and at the end of it you wake up, and you look back and you connect your consciousness connects the point in time, which you started the project to where you are. Now negating all the time in between that's called waking up in the dream. You're consciously created that stretch of time in that project. That's called waking up in a dream. Interesting now with consciousness is it within the brain or outside of the brain. So the brain is part of the construct, right? Consciousness. Envelops everything the body is part of the consciousness, you're the chair. You're sitting in the walls around you. It's all part of the consciousness consciousnesses everything. There is no solid piece to the consciousness. It's everywhere. It is nowhere represents past present in future in there is only consciousness so when you think about it think about it as just just a pinprick of light in the sea of blackness. Okay. And let's see a black. This is everything that you consciousness will form around you to create your reality and the past in the future or con constantly racing around your consciousness, which is really to now, which is you know, the moment in the middle, and they range around you all the time. That's why people, you know, have the conscious ability to tap into. Other realms other multi versus other universes, if you will to strap, you know, conscious information through the zero point. Petersen's you've been doing this. Do you work with other people or you doing this just for yourself? So to be clear, I I do have team members that helped me, but I'm doing it for not humanity. It'd be clear about this. I'm doing it for the planet. Okay. Because tell me the difference. Well to say, I'm doing it to help people really implies ego and leaves everything else. That's a part of you know, my mission my job out of it. Okay. Are part of everything in everything is what I'm trying working towards raising vibration of every person I help. Okay. That rate that every person that I helped raise their vibration, a little bit there, intern raising the vibration of everything around them, and they're spreading a little bit more love and light in the world. Okay. And ultimately, George that's what it's about. It's about raising the vibrations through any and all means at your disposal. Okay. The universe woke me up. Okay. They gave me the tools and equip me, you know, with this beautiful metaphysical mining this razor-sharp analytical mind to create products and services on like the world has ever seen in. I use utilize this knowledge to not only help people but to help the planet. Right. And you know, I I do certain things to raise the vibration of the planet. But ultimately, the more people that we can reach. And they raised their little vibration. You know, I'm just doing my small part. There's a lot of others that are doing beautiful work out there as well to help raise the consciousness in in in turn that you know, helps other. So it's not about humanity. It's really about the planet and everything in creation. Peter not everybody has the drive to push and move forward. Some people give up they give up much easier than other people. Why is this is this something that they were born with that they were trained. I mean were they put down by their parents and another people have this drive to succeed. So, you know, a lot of it has to do with the the individual, okay and looted earlier that I got turned off by a certain crowd of people, you know, early on in my wake up experience shorts. Because all I saw them. Do was talk talk about doing. And they're good people. Good people, George all they do is talk. Okay. And and they regurgitate information that's been around forever. And they they give it a new spin. They give it something AG. And it sounds great in in in there. It is. And you know, when when I woke up, I wasn't not passionate. I was not inspired George because those are temporary. I was driven. Okay. When you were driven. There is nothing that comes that'll stand between you and your end result. Okay. You something comes in the stop you the universe will come in and take it out in in that. Drive to be driven is something that you have to warn. Okay. Because when you're you know, so let let's use like New Year's resolution, for instance. Right. Okay. I'm gonna buy a piece of gym equipment January first. Okay. In three months, we all know that's going to be the world's most expensive coat hanger. You buy you buy a year. Jim that you know, you buy a number show at the gym, right? Okay. You're gonna use it for two months, but you're gonna pay pay for it for twelve months. Right. You know, you're going to try that fab new diet, you know, that's gonna work for about three weeks. Okay. Why do people give motivated in their inspired? You're not driven when you were driven to see something through to completion. You cardis unstoppable force of creation. Okay. Every fiber of your being an immoral importantly. Okay. Peop- some people that lack the aptitude to see things through to completion Joan concentrate on the end result. So it's because remember everything we're talking about is that conscious creation, you know, creating a reality as you move through it. But I never ever worry about the path. Okay. Where I am now to where I'm going. I always keep my focus on the end result. Okay. I create that end result in my head in anything. I do in live in creating a product in, you know, driving my daughter to college, whatever, I'm doing, okay. It's always keeping your mind on end result in that will help you become driven to see things through and some people. You know, they got it all backwards. They they they worry about the pass on how they're going to do it when they don't understand that, you know, conscious creation, and and you know, bringing things into fruition isn't about the path. It's always about the end result. When I was younger, Peter I wanted to excel at everything I did. I I wasn't successful at everything. I did. But I wanted to excel at everything I tried whether it was playing baseball or football on the high school team or in the theater or going to college or whatever I did. I wanted to be for myself the best I could be and I haven't stopped. It's been this way for me since I've been a kid. Was I born with this. Well, let me ask you a question. When when you say, you wanna excel at everything, you do just let's just for, you know, for example, just call it plan. A tomorrow you're going to undertake plan how do you work through to mechanics in your head? And then I'll explain the difference of whether you were born with it or whether you learned it over time. I think I think it through you know, I try to be organized when I do these things. But my biggest approaches I just don't give up. I just keep coming at it. So you're driven driven extremely okay. That's awesome. So a couple of things you have the capacity to step outside your comfort zone. Okay. So in life. Most people live inside the confines of the box c I make my comfort zone wherever I am. That becomes my comfort zone. I let let let me let me finish. And then you then you'll see where I'm going with. So a person's comfort zone is a box. And if we get stressed out, we build those walls a little bit sicker. And we make the roof a little bit higher. Okay. Right outside your comfort zone is where the magic of the universe happens. And if you have that capacity just put your foot outside their first second and get your toe wet you'll know that you'll have the entire backing the universe. Now. Some that happens to some people consciously and it happens to other others unconsciously. And I wanna I wanna be clear word verbiage, and whether you're passionate or you're driven about anything, you're doing is paramount. Okay. People like yourself. Enter driven to see things through to completion. And whatever it is. Like me have to be very very careful of word choice. Okay. When you say things like I'm trying I'm gonna try you're already medically setting yourself up for failure. You're only going to be motivated inspired, which means that you know, halfway through the project. You're just gonna Peter out. And that's a good point. You know, you're just gonna go down. So when you use those words, you're you're setting your consciousness up for failure. As you're moving down this path because try trying in other words like that keep you stuck in neutrality. If you say, I working towards that end result. And then keep your mind on the end result in how you wanted to come the pass it absolutely always. Well, George interesting interesting. How many people? Have that confined box because I I tend to make that box bigger and bigger and bigger. I don't want to confine myself. Well, let's let's let's be clear about the definition of that. Okay. Everyone has it. We're all born with it. It's just how how you perceive to step outside of it. Okay. You might be making your is bigger and bigger and bigger. But actually what's happening is you are expanding your awareness outside that box. Okay. Where you might. Okay. So let's say back to plan. A you know, you're you're going to push the push to pass a little bit. Then you're going to reassess your comfort zone, but you're always keeping your eye on the end result. And that's perfectly fine. But everyone has that box. We all do it's just how we step outside or how we perceive it really dictates. How we move forward. Is there? Anything wrong with people who liked to stay within that box and not step outside of it. No. There's nothing wrong with it at all most of the plan. It's already like me, for example. They're not risk takers. But they're very happy with what they do. You know? Risk-taking probably isn't the best word. It's really, you know, having maybe that aptitude to see a little bit further ahead. You know, I I would not call myself a risk taker. But what I am is a trailblazer. Well, that's bad. No, I I have I stand apart from the empire on purpose. Because you know, I want to bring knowledge to the world from a very innocent, and refine view and not step on the toes or get caught up in. You know, the the ancient scripts and men and everything else it's already been convoluted ten different ways from Saturday. You know what I mean? And let you know is that is that risk taking not just pushing the envelope. Asian and I'm doing it. And here's the most important part would even with clan or whatever you do. It's all about having fun. I ever since I woke up, George I told the universe. Okay. Wholeheartedly that the day this becomes work. I will walk away grow. My hair longer will put on Jesus slippers robe, and I will walk the American South less than he'll people. Okay. That's what I said. I would do I and I have held true to that since day one. Okay. But it's never come to that. Yes. It's it's it's work. But here's the cool part. The work is always fun. I know you can relate to that George if it's not fun. It's not worth doing exactly. And it's hard work. It's dedication. But you're right. You have to make it fun. I was used to tell people quietly. I would do this for free. I mean that that's that's the attitude. You have you you're doing it? Not for the money. You're doing it for the love. That's what about some people though, Peter who are reckless. They do reckless things careless things. How do you categorize them? They're blessed because they're still walking around. Yeah. They are some of them. You know, there's many paths through reality and everyone whether you're awake you're asleep. You're somewhere in between. Whatever your comfort zone is is born with a certain attitude. Okay. And. That attitude can change clearly mind. Did it took, you know, a a wake-up experience for me to move.

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New Ukrainian Orthodox leader gives 1st liturgy, urges unity

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

New Ukrainian Orthodox leader gives 1st liturgy, urges unity

"The head of the new Ukrainian Orthodox church is calling on his countrymen to unite and pray for peace. It was his first liturgy under a new charter bishops approved just yesterday. Splitting from the Russian Orthodox church after hundreds of years. NPR's? Lucian Kim says the split is Ukraine's latest effort to step away from Moscow clergy matinee Ukrainian capital Kiev on Saturday to elect a new leader for a unified Ukrainian Orthodox church. Ukrainian, president petro per Schenk, attended the council in Kiev's eleventh century cathedral, calling Crain's new church a church without Putin. The orthodox church based in Moscow has been the dominant religion in. Ukraine since the seventeenth century. The Russian Orthodox church considers the new Ukrainian church illegitimate. Russia's official government newspaper is calling it a church of war. But the US embassy in Kiev has congratulated Ukrainians

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"schenk" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Yeah. Would be a minor cat, like just kept background. We should. We should get a thing going Kendrick for you to start this movie as one of the smaller cats named rumpus cat can Whitney. Yeah, Kendrick is in extras. Rumpus. Cat voice cast live action. I forget what action. Damn. I don't know if I could do what was routines. This. It has like postings for extras like, can we just keep our eyes to that and see when they're doing extra cash calling for cats movie, walk up and be like, yeah, I'm actually very extra and they're, they're casting directors going to holy shit go to cast this guy. This may not be rewrite were arrested today for. Down in farting into his eyes. Pink. Americans. Oh, you're holding me down. Oh, no, you tooting peepers. Yeah, they do have to announce more room, Tom tug her skin Schenk's rumpled teaser. The best part about these. These names are all serious, and they sound like somebody fucking like making a. Fake name, sir, vines stars. Exactly. Rump figure that's nothing tumble rudeness carpet..

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"schenk" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Yeah. Would be a minor cat, like just kept background. We should. We should get a thing going Kendrick for you to start this movie as one of the smaller cats named rumpus cat can Whitney. Yeah, Kendrick is in extras. Rumpus. Cat voice cast live action. I forget what action. Damn. I don't know if I could do what was routines. This. It has like postings for extras like, can we just keep our eyes to that and see when they're doing extra cash calling for cats movie, walk up and be like, yeah, I'm actually very extra and they're, they're casting directors going to holy shit go to cast this guy. This may not be rewrite were arrested today for. Down in farting into his eyes. Pink. Americans. Oh, you're holding me down. Oh, no, you tooting peepers. Yeah, they do have to announce more room, Tom tug her skin Schenk's rumpled teaser. The best part about these. These names are all serious, and they sound like somebody fucking like making a. Fake name, sir, vines stars. Exactly. Rump figure that's nothing tumble rudeness carpet..

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"schenk" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"I have a polite and respectful disagreement here with the shift schenk goes should i do it now or at the end of the interview now is now it's becoming more interesting i am going to stand over here okay because i really love to be honest with the guests no matter what i wanna go back to the earlier part of the conversation when i asked you about you knew you had your opponent and you knew that at the same time we didn't know if they're going to have another contractor or multiple contracts it could just be one contract valentina said that what we are focused on the warm up and getting my sister ready for the fight okay understand all that right i want to ask you you didn't know what was happening i know your sister was warming up but did you know what was happening what's happening the end event for sure you were watching a little okay okay i was watching the fights house going on who's winning who's losing so i was because i have to do it because it's my job i have to tell her that it's like second fight and certified and and she has to be ready she has to know how many times he has before he'll fights well here's what i bring it up it's not really that bag confrontational like that but i think it's a good solid conversation because i noticed something that you said at something the frustration the valentina had when she competed for the world title you're very disappointed immu are wondering what the judges might be thinking how they're interpreting the fight you give your reasons for why you thought you beat amanda and obviously the judges cited in another direction and i was thinking and we we've known this and i'm sure you do as well there's there's the fight you gotta be your opponent but at the same time in that process there's another fight and it's the judges you know what i mean because if it's a close fight you don't know what the judges are thinking and so i feel like the same thing here antonina in your fight you had to win your fight but at the same time you had to outperform fighter number four t edwards because of the only gave one contract that's that's hard to be i mean he is the guy in twenty eight seconds you know what i mean that's why i was asking the question but i respect you guys focus and your ability to block everything out and just focus on the battle so on the on the one hand like i really really appreciate that on the other hand i'm wondering could there be any form of adjustment going forward just knowing that there's something in addition to the fight itself the opponent itself you understand what i'm saying yeah i would compare it's like when fighter competed competing may be to get the bonus like something like this i would not compare it like valentinas fight with a monday because it was totally different it's just judging scene but comparing it's like when fighter wins and one fighter between firefighter who wins one bonus and another so i would say for me just the same answerin like very honest i was focused in my fight i knew that i can finish my opponent earlier so i'm used it so i didn't know how to do it maybe vis punches may be kicks i had two different arms to do it so i knew i didn't know it would be first round second round out certain it depends of opponent of course also what i saw from my opponents that she's maybe low different levels that me fighter but i knew that scene senior between between fight before fight i understood that she wouldn't give up easy so she didn't come here to donald contender series to form struggling for this chance to get in uc in just working and just giving up in the octagon she's coming here to.

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"schenk" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"It's he must hayes purse how 'bout this so i'm assuming they're just watching and waiting for him to sit down on a toilet right mmhmm yeah they rise all why not in his cell like if he's just like hanging out pretend like you singing out who down his leg grabbed the bag out dusted off on your shirt and swallow it again or do like a shot schenk redemption and just go out into the yard and you know how like they would release the dirt slow down in a catholic yeah yeah just do that like every day out in the yard old a n d do fraying used to where every night and then go out into the yard where the gods had no idea what soared as word was going down yes well it sounds like he's going to have to do this eventually hiv by the way he hasn't all that like i said i give him or any crime yoho ya i feel his gonna smearing himself in the fecal matter of others to massive local cash cloaking himself in smug smell of the other he liked that the initial who does not forgiving no it's going to definitely show stains this is going to be a terrible terrible ordeal for the prison laundry people swimming have this one she gets an early release if they had to clean this guy jumpsuit on my is immediate retirement the crazy thing is guys think about this heat whatever's going to punishment he's going to be given or swallowing these drugs it seems like he's already serving a pretty terrible sent not alhissi in prison but he's holding back approve for almost a month straight when he goes to court the judge is going to be like you've already served time served by a sir.

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"schenk" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Whatever i i mean because the have seen this see i've seen that scene like at least twenty times i could not tell you anything about the rest of the move things i couldn't say a thing about it the eating eating sushi off of the naked women also one guy we'll get to all that stuff so what happens is it's it's like these dudes have kidnapped a woman and everybody's on horseback and this that the other thing a dog comes out with a with a human hand in its mouth yeah and i'm like all right about that soares like what is going on in this movie i thought i was watching that a that a western made by thai west no value of violence bounds that's pretty good grade i i liked it i didn't i liked his written that bad it's that great but then like all of a sudden someone start singing don't fence me in and as the fox going on and then you see like the little sub house oh it's a kariuki video okay but then immediately i was like what what was what that fucking doors at what was what kariuki video over videos are always a people at a party people in i hearty people at the beach on a modes a lot of fucking meadows cabin absolutely but fireworks sometimes out kidnapped woman in a dog with a human handed its mouth as as the world cityscape occasionally kariuki bar that i'd love to get kicked out kariuki though it shang zoom doing kariobangi i love that schenk soon as in this movie what's the actor's name is carrie hero ueki to gala pretty good a men high cosmo he's great he's a great he's actually really good in this like it's a nice here's grew he's actually really good at this yeah i he's one of the better actors this result so what are the best actors in these it makes you realise that he's the reason mortal kombat is worth watching like you know what i mean like he has shang soon is really kind of graz an actual actor in them movie.

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"schenk" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Again once cobian schenk won a title it got tougher every year the chemistry is there something inside this warriors team that does concern you it's a lot of stars chris on one ball i don't think so because of the personalities think of the teams you mention kkob shack those are two very dear flight cobi there's not a personality your golden state seeing light cobi you know and that that was an issue with boston okay roger rondo and let's face it that boston team you know they traded that tr kendrick perkins trey buried them more than anything right so that was a great team steph curry just light tim duncan did it they're different personalities but just like tim duncan did in san antonio steph sets the tone in that franchise he did it years ago by just be in their best player and his selfless personality that sets the tone for that franchise and everybody else buys in uk klay thompson just wants to play basketball right play what is dog in you know just hang out like he's not worried about getting all the accolades kd coming k d gave up his team to go to somebody else's t want titles yes so draymond is the only guy that's volatile but they need that they need one guy like that and he understands i'm not going somewhere else to be the man i can stay here be a hall of famer he wouldn't go anywhere else where he had to be the best player and be a hall of famer so i don't i don't see only problem massey within his injury yeah i will say this but i think kd wise their best player i think steph is their most important that's what i told christie i think the heartbeat of the franchise now is steph curry.

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"schenk" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"By the way i don't mean this distasteful the jewish people that you wouldn't see it if i didn't put it toward different i i'm aware that again i appreciate it was interesting you said you prepared a lot for check for the debate we have to take me seriously for the rest of this because this is glued into my that's why i was did he was really got nothing negative changes welcome to the tried gang i mean a lot of people and this is a standing with fighting hope you enjoyed the holocaust thing because that that's part of the driver of the most powerful jeannie comes with it so uh you said you you just you prepared from some people take a different approach with debates it should be generally prepare like their fighters who say i never watched tape on my opponent i just worry about me now i've always taken a different approach and i wouldn't consider myself anywhere near league as first debating but we pap and have a lot of leftist in the show i think you need a base level of being prepared for anything you know it's jackofalltrades master of one is the original term and then watched tape to prepare as best as you can for this individual especially someone like schenk who goes rogue how do you prepare in general for your debates was this dented either it really does differ by person so you know there are people who have greater expertise on this specific topic and i do raymond foward debate somebody on global warming had really wanted to a deep dive into global warming the i did the debate because they probably have a higher level of expertise on the particulars and then i do before i do know research by our hope you know let when it's a general debate like with tank then you sort of just have to look at his tactics for the truth is that the stuff that we ended up to dating on was not stuff that i'd perhaps.

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"schenk" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"David bye a little let look search revved up your them come back to something you touched on little bit claire which is this question of uh we know weather traders whether this was illegal or not this meeting or is this really a public perception thing having to do with in our country that are seen as wanting to all the illegality matters it does yes for where the sends up going yesjudea agree yeah yeahsure but you don't think that there is a way that this goes badly for trump and potentially end up at a cause for impeachment or the public procession turns against him withoutas for the smoking gun you violated this line ex way you think that they can continue to connolly under the current political conditions they would need a smoking gun yeahyes be it butrepublicans especially annademocrats of i think right now it be very interesting forget a housedemocratic to see where things go by and remember in its if he and that's efiand remember impeachment is one thing conviction is another shasamwelli should say when i use the rams impeach him sniff test you mean conviction in the senate as well sometimesi do comply don't you have to be cancelled the eu's contacts lose schenk clarify for we are what we mina covered jesusthey let's splits leave that as a cliffhanger for monday show getnato the3rd define what he means budel impeach but but yet let's let's start to wrap up here and as i said i will continue to talk about this and wherever this story ends up by monday will also going to discuss a the latest in the healthcare bill in the senate healthcare bill and and see what other news is honoured occupy monet but i'mcanii want to sign a peace of homework to us and all to our listeners so on mondayi thought we could revisit that piece that nate row and we've talked one number10 on his park as the fort was at fourteen cats which that the trumppresident presidency could take.

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"schenk" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"This this make spinal about me you own joining the does this makes me a little bit me you minds a tie between commando us and the kabir movie that's not right both six times very similar films yes we are all big fans of the show schenk lung the shawshank redemption number three the highest a new entry i guess where the the most recent film he said uh on the list number three the dark night interesting this was number three allows time as well so it's holding steady hid his holding steady a number three it's an amazing film it's all my be my top five maybe ma maybe up down a couple places mount my top ten caloric movies of all time it is an astonishing pc filmmaking uh i absolutely love it it's aces it is ice i prefer inception politicize i will separate the prestige but it is all right number two star wars episode five the empire strikes back that dropped down a place was a number one last night with someone leslie last time yet so dropping down um so it's it's it's not it's become rubbish in the eyes of the readers they hate it down at they want to burn every copy they love it less yeah the greatest star wars movie only one the weather the return of star wars hasn't uh detracted from the style with vote some won't i think would stalls finish install was with a thing of the paulsen ought to fact i think people look at it with more referenced i stalislaw style was now the style was his back it doesn't perhaps feel quite as a special iconic in the same way what do you think it's still too we know and actually i met i don't know what the difference in votes was ushered into um probably look it up a moment of my back and take much time just make it up uh it's close was very close he would amenable it was close definitely close cigarette packets with yes it was off because it's not the narrative it um but yeah i know i i could be completely making this up a do wonder style was feels less special because it's back and we'll continue to be back in now let's be honest isn't going anywhere.

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"schenk" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

The Secret History of Hollywood

02:04 min | 5 years ago

"schenk" Discussed on The Secret History of Hollywood

"The producer joseph shank was refused a loan from a california bank by a bank officer who while in the process of turning him down cold shank of filthy kaik years later after schenk had enjoyed many successes he took himself back to the same bank and approached the same bank officer either the kaik once the bar a one hundred million from me and what do you wish to use for security on this land asked the officer my security will be twentieth century fox studios said shank off of course stammered the officer we would be only too happy to do business with you you would such anc why yes yes indeed by the jiang gleaned in close to the office growled well faq the modestlysized warner stadia grew fast to include offices and then more offices workshops a full props department and costume warehouse a wide columned gaetan gatehouse was erected above which were displayed the fabulously large words warner brothers west coast studios the largest stage built at the cost of fifty thousand dollars sprawled across the lauded the rear its giant roof supported by fifty steal trusted the staff with growing two harry raff was hired as a producer to work alongside jack and heading up their publicity an idealistic young bruiser named how wallace you would eventually go on to become one of their top produces frank murphy was hard to oversee the care of their technical equipment now that it was collectively worth over half a million dollars in april of nineteen 2003 how he decided to turn their company into a cooperation with the four brothers retaining threefifths of the controlling stock and renaming water features the warner brothers pictures to celebrate this momentous event.

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