35 Burst results for "Second Rock"

Heavy gunfire reported at Burkina Faso military base

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

Heavy gunfire reported at Burkina Faso military base

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How Meat Loaf got his nickname: Rock legend’s multitude of explanations

AP News Radio

00:25 sec | 3 d ago

How Meat Loaf got his nickname: Rock legend’s multitude of explanations

"Rock rock rock rock legend legend legend legend Meat Meat Meat Meat Loaf Loaf Loaf Loaf has has has has died died died died at at at at the the the the age age age age of of of of seventy seventy seventy seventy four four four four he he he was was was larger larger larger than than than life life life roaring roaring roaring onto onto onto the the the rock rock rock scene scene scene in in in nineteen nineteen nineteen seventy seventy seventy seven seven seven with with with the the the classic classic classic paradise paradise paradise by by by the the the dashboard dashboard dashboard light light light Texas Texas Texas native native native Marvin Marvin Marvin Lee Lee Lee Aday Aday Aday in in in twenty twenty twenty nineteen nineteen nineteen talked talked talked about about about is is is the the the after after after call call call performances performances performances and and and how how how he's he's he's acting acting acting out out out characters characters characters I I I knew knew knew

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John & Korey Cooper Discuss Their New Album 'Dominion'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | Last week

John & Korey Cooper Discuss Their New Album 'Dominion'

"These are rock and roll rebels, but they're also Christians, which makes no sense because as Christians we know we're supposed to be meek and mild and all that kind of stuff. But these people they didn't get that memo. So John and Corey welcome. How's it going? It's good to see you again. Should I just say Johnny Cory Cooper? It's great to see you too. And congratulations on the new album. As I was reading about it, I thought, this is very interesting, because it says I'm going to read this, okay? First of all, the album is called dominion. It says it's about the celebration of freedom, a liberation from fear to be who we want to be, say what we want to say, believe what we want to believe. A lot of stuff that I think a lot of people would agree with, but unfortunately it seems to me these basic ideas have become contentious in America. Did this album come out of that? Or were you just going to do this already? Oh, absolutely 100% this album came out of that, but you're right. 15 years ago, that those would not be rebellious statements. They might even be obvious statements, but we're not in normal times. We're in a time where civil liberties are being questioned. In fact, civil liberties are even being questioned on, are they even good? And the first place. So that's why I call this record a positive rebellion. As you said, yes, Christians are supposed to be meek and mild, but we are supposed to be strong as

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Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet split after 16 years: 'The love between us carries on'

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet split after 16 years: 'The love between us carries on'

"The the storm storm aqua aqua man man and and his his wife wife say say their their marriages marriages under under water water Jason Jason Momoa Momoa and and Lisa Lisa Bonet Bonet are are pulling pulling the the plug plug on on their their relationship relationship they've they've been been together together sixteen sixteen years years just just over over four four of of them them as as a a married married couple couple they they have have issued issued a a joint joint statement statement on on my my mobile mobile is is Instagram Instagram page page saying saying they they are are going going their their separate separate ways ways the the statement statement says says the the couple couple like like many many people people have have quote quote felt felt the the squeeze squeeze and and changes changes of of these these transformational transformational times times mo mo is is forty forty two two bone bone A. A. is is fifty fifty four four they they have have a a son son and and daughter daughter together together but but they they rose rose to to fame fame as as one one of of the the daughters daughters in in the the Cosby Cosby show show and and on on the the spin spin off off a a different different world world she she was was also also married married to to rock rock star star Lenny Lenny Kravitz Kravitz I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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American Airlines Apologizes for Pilot Repping 'Let's Go Brandon' Luggage Tag

Mark Levin

01:19 min | Last week

American Airlines Apologizes for Pilot Repping 'Let's Go Brandon' Luggage Tag

"Now we talked about that I talked about this airline stuff and I just wanted to hit this because I thought it was funny The American Airlines CEO and the corporation are now apologizing about a pilot that had a let's go Brandon sticker on his luggage tag So he's rocking the let's go Brandon swag and gets chastised for it And it went viral after a Twitter user Was responding to it and they were blasting him for doing it Here's what they said Cowardly rhetoric on their crew luggage when they're in uniform We are the only passengers who noticed and we're disgusted The user added Now okay granted I mean you know they didn't say anything when it was BLM time last year it was kind of encouraged It was like you know if you want to do that now people are saying oh stop the presses You hear the cars break screeching How are you going to compare Let's go branded to BLM Well I think I just did Number one but I get it intellectually There are some differences It's not an apples to apples comparison and I get that But it's BLM was more right It was a social movement as a social political movement Let's go Brandon is a piece of pop culture but I guess it's a political statement just the

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U.S. home prices surge 18.4% in October

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

U.S. home prices surge 18.4% in October

"Another another month month of of surging surging home home prices prices home home prices prices in in the the US US dropped dropped eighteen eighteen percent percent in in October October from from a a year year ago ago that's that's according according to to the the S. S. and and P. P. CoreLogic CoreLogic case case Shiller Shiller twenty twenty city city home home price price index index all all twenty twenty cities cities posted posted double double digit digit annual annual games games Phoenix Phoenix was was the the hottest hottest market market up up thirty thirty two two percent percent followed followed by by increases increases of of twenty twenty eight eight percent percent in in Tampa Tampa in in just just under under twenty twenty six six percent percent in in Miami Miami the the housing housing market market has has been been strong strong thanks thanks to to rock rock bottom bottom mortgage mortgage rates rates a a limited limited supply supply of of homes homes on on the the market market and and pent pent up up demand demand from from consumers consumers lacked lacked in in last last year year by by the the pandemic pandemic my my camp camp in in

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Household Budgets Were Already Tight. Then Came Inflation.

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:54 min | Last month

Household Budgets Were Already Tight. Then Came Inflation.

"I want to reduce Selena zito's most recent column in the New York Post, one paragraph. Since last year in Pennsylvania, data from the U.S. Labor Department shows the price of gas has gone up a whopping 58% utility 25% bacon 21% that should be illegal. Chicken 9% and eggs coffee apples, flour and milk around 6 to 8%. All of these items are just basic necessities. There's bacon, and then there's everything else, so this is a great column. Tell us about it. Well, you know, we've been talking about the great resignation, right? We've been talking about the people who haven't been going to work. What about the people that have? And these are the working pooler who can not, who are struggling to be able to support their families. Why are they struggling because the inflation has just devastated them. They are unable to meet their basic needs because of these costs. And they're sort of invisible to everyone. They're doing all the right things. These are the people that is in manufacturing and the service industry that healthcare industry that we see every day that make our lives better and give us everything that we need or that we think that we need. However, they are suffering the most during this during this inflation. And that was what the stories about. I went to a food bank that doesn't require people to meet the needs of the federal guidelines. Because again, these are the people that are hurt the most. They're working, but they can't pay their rent. They can't pay their mortgage. They can't get basic food. They can't pay for their gas because inflation has just rocked their budget.

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Rockettes end season as New York tallies record COVID cases

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Rockettes end season as New York tallies record COVID cases

"New new York's York's coronavirus coronavirus surge surge shuts shuts down down the the rock rock cats cats along along with with some some Broadway Broadway shows shows the the Rockettes Rockettes Christmas Christmas show show has has been been canceled canceled for for the the season season after after the the state state reported reported its its highest highest daily daily numbers numbers over over twenty twenty one one thousand thousand just just under under half half those those positive positive coping coping cases cases in in the the city city so so Broadway Broadway shows shows also also had had to to Nix Nix performances performances because because of of outbreaks outbreaks among among cast cast members members disappointing disappointing tourists tourists press press it's it's not not a a way way to to get get here here Jill Jill Bryant Bryant came came in in from from Kentucky Kentucky all all fax fax it it let's let's hope hope all's all's well well with with everybody everybody but but it it is is such such a a disappointment disappointment one one day day snapshots snapshots of of bars bars statistics statistics can can begin begin on on reliable reliable way way to to measure measure trends trends but but the the new new record record punctuated punctuated a a steady steady increase increase that that started started in in the the western western part part of of the the state state in in late late October October and and is is taken taken off off in in the the city city in in the the past past week week as as the the Omicron Omicron variant variant spreads spreads Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York

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At least 5 dead as Midwest rocked by hurricane-force winds

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

At least 5 dead as Midwest rocked by hurricane-force winds

"A a deadly deadly storm storm system system struck struck a a broad broad stretch stretch of of the the Great Great Plains Plains and and Midwest Midwest Wednesday Wednesday night night I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas with with details details those those sirens sirens are are from from video video posted posted J. J. Sharni Sharni showing showing blackened blackened skies skies over over Ames Ames Iowa Iowa with with forks forks of of lightning lightning illuminating illuminating funnel funnel clouds clouds on on the the horizon horizon you're you're all all just just Corey Corey Mead Mead at at the the National National Weather Weather Service Service in in Nebraska Nebraska says says it'd it'd been been an an unseasonably unseasonably warm warm day day in in the the lower lower to to mid mid seventies seventies at at Lincoln Lincoln and and Almonte Almonte that's that's you you know know that's that's quite quite a a departure departure from from what what we we normally normally see see here here and and in in mid mid December December system system spawned spawned hurricane hurricane force force winds winds and and likely likely tornadoes tornadoes in in Nebraska Nebraska and and Iowa Iowa as as well well as as Minnesota Minnesota officials officials have have confirmed confirmed at at least least five five deaths deaths the the storm storm has has since since shifted shifted north north of of the the Great Great Lakes Lakes into into Canada Canada producing producing more more high high winds winds with with snow snow and and hazardous hazardous conditions conditions in in the the upper upper Great Great Lakes Lakes region region I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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A Little Bit About Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:46 min | Last month

A Little Bit About Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing

"In studio for one on one, none other than Joe digenova and Victoria Thompson. Welcome back, guys. It's been far too long. Merry Christmas. Yes. Merry Christmas. You're looking very festive. I like the red color. Love it. Yes, very much. Everybody who listens to America first nyon three years almost, it will generate first it will be our third anniversary. Right. Knows who you are, but say somebody's tuned in they're traveling. They've just locked onto this radio station. They've been living under rock for 40 years. Tell them who Joe is and who Victoria is the little bio introduction if you would. Became the United States attorney for the District of Columbia under the tutelage of Ronald Reagan, one of the greatest moments of my life was to have him nominate me, became an independent counsel of the United States, investigating things for the U.S. government, worked on the hill for senator Charles Matthias on the judiciary committee, and have conducted a happy private practice. And we've tried to with your wife. Look out for the good. Hang on. We'll calm down. With my wife. Who is Victoria Townsend? Victoria, tell us, give us a likewise a little summation of your journey to date. Went to the Republican convention in 1980 and was marching for the ERA and this guy came up to me and said, what have you got there? And I said, well, I'm selling ER ERA GOP pins. And we got married ten months later. Oh. I see. That's how it happened. And what have you done on Capitol Hill? Who have you worked for? Oh, well, my hero, Barry Goldwater, which was the only boss I ever allowed to call me sweetheart. And with a special remit Intel issues, right? You've done a lot of Intel stuff in the service chief council for the Senate intelligence committee. So I know this

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Michael Nesmith, the Monkee for all seasons, dies at 78

AP News Radio

01:07 min | Last month

Michael Nesmith, the Monkee for all seasons, dies at 78

"One one of of the the last last remaining remaining members members of of the the nineteen nineteen sixties sixties made made for for TV TV rock rock band band the the Monkees Monkees has has died died Haley Haley Michael Michael this this month month was was the the one one in in the the will will have have serious serious but but often often naive naive lead lead guitarist guitarist who's who's a a struggling struggling singing singing song song writer writer in in September September nineteen nineteen sixty sixty six six when when he he responded responded to to a a trade trade publication publication ad ad seeking seeking four four insane insane boys boys for for zany zany TV TV show show about about a a rock rock band band is is modeled modeled after after the the Beatles Beatles he he can can this this tune tune for for the the group's group's the the monkeys monkeys broke broke up up in in nineteen nineteen seventy seventy but but Nesmith's Nesmith's moved moved on on to to a a long long creative creative career career in in music music and and beyond beyond he's he's written written books books the the late late monkeys monkeys lead lead singer singer Davy Davy Jones Jones videos videos to to different different people people and and dancing dancing on on the the ceiling ceiling you you know know and and things things like like that that Jones Jones died died in in two two thousand thousand twelve twelve and and Peter Peter Tork Tork died died in in two two thousand thousand nineteen nineteen leaving leaving Mickey Mickey Dolans Dolans the the lone lone surviving surviving member member of of the the band band family family says says Michael Michael Nesmith's Nesmith's died died at at home home today today of of natural natural causes causes seventy seventy eight eight conference conference call call

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Remembering Pearl Harbor: Who Was Admiral Husband Kimmel?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

03:12 min | Last month

Remembering Pearl Harbor: Who Was Admiral Husband Kimmel?

"And the co owner of wrhi radio is a guy named Manny Kimmel, Manning Kimmel the fourth, Manning Kimmel the fourth is the grandson of a historic figure and on this Pearl Harbor day, we thought it would be pretty neat to share the story of the Kimmel family and what they've been spending many lifetimes trying to wrong that they've attempted to write. Let's welcome on our guest line, Manning Kimmel, the fourth, he's the grandson of admiral husband Kimmel, who is the naval commander. He was the commander in chief of the Pacific fleet on September December of 1941. Manning, it's great to have you on the Mike Gallagher show. How are you sure? Well, I'm fine. Mike has been hard to believe. 7 years since you were here in Rock Hill, South Carolina, to help us celebrate our 70th anniversary, and I had the chance to pull you off the microphone and take you into my office and show you a bunch of memorabilia from Pearl Harbor and I think that was the first time you ever do about the connection between myself and this historic incident that happened in our country's history. I'll never forget that visit and I remember learning about your grandfather, so tell the world about your grandfather. Tell everyone about husband Kimmel, who he was and what happened to him after Pearl Harbor. He was the commander in chief of the U.S. fleet at Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941 with its Japanese attack. And of course, the right after the attack, the immediate indication was we have to put blame on somebody. So we'll put it on admiral Kimmel and his army counterpart general Walter short. History, however, has proven all that to have been absolutely incorrect. They were alleged to have been derelict in their duty by the Roberts commission, which was a Supreme Court associate justice who went out there two weeks after the attack. And what do they see? Nothing but carnage and sunken ships and what have you. And of course they branded Kimmel and short being derelict in their duty. However, and to make a long story short, they were able to hear 9 investigations. Investigations which came up with absolutely no evidence at all that Kimball in short were derelict in their duty. And in fact, the only one in 1944 the naval board of inquiry, which was the best of the best of the navy, judging one of their peers, admiral Kimmel, found out that she wanted to go away from the duty. And in fact, that the critical enabled intelligence, which should have been shared with Kimball in short, was never sent to them. Well, that has spurred a whole bunch of activity by the Kimmel family trying to get this stain of dereliction of beauty, removed from admiral Kimmel, because he was never charged with anything. In fact, he was as my dad used to say tricked into retirement. But that stain of dereliction of duty has hung around his

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Mike and Caller Ron Discuss the Sickening Crime Wave Plaguing American Cities

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:17 min | Last month

Mike and Caller Ron Discuss the Sickening Crime Wave Plaguing American Cities

"Ron and San Diego here in the relief factor dot com studios wants to weigh in on this crime rave, this surge we're seeing throughout the country. 81 year old music executive's wife shot dead in her Beverly's Beverly Hills home last week. Hey Ron, how are you? Hey, Mike. You know, I'll tell you the crime ways that sweep in this country right now and all these cities is just out of control. And the thing that kills me the most. And you know, I'm close to this, George gascon guy up here in LA. And, you know, this guy wasn't appointed, Mike. He was voted in. I know. By the people. And, you know, they reelected that mayor garce city. And you know, I can't help it, you know, think that these people in LA, if you go up there, you know, I went to the amundsen theater the other night to see Christmas Carol and downtown LA. And then I'll tell in LA between the crime and the homeless, it looks like a third world country. It stinks, it's what I'll never go again. Ron, listen, let me take you to the other coast for a minute. I walked through the 42nd street subway station, a week or two ago in New York City. It was like between the angry aggressive, homeless people and creeps. It looked like a movie set from night of the living dead. It was like the zombies. It was unbelievable. It was scary. It was and people are getting assaulted. There were two women beaten, so badly the other day by a guy who had been arrested 14 times and they won't lock him up because of bail reform laws, the one woman is permanently disfigured. Can you imagine a tourist visiting Los Angeles wants to go see the Christmas Carol or go she rock the Christmas tree at Rockefeller center in New York and you get beaten to a pulp and they won't put the perpetrator in jail? Because they were for me. Mike, they have the early release program here in California and it's like these criminals are running the streets. It's just if you defend yourself by God, you're the one that gets thrown in jail. Oh, you pull out a gun and shoot what you blow one of these miscreants or away? You'll wind up in 20 with 20 years behind

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Hold On To History (MM #3911)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Hold On To History (MM #3911)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, having worked in the round country music for the last 40 odd years, I've come to appreciate history, understanding where we've come from to get to where we are today. The country music of today doesn't even come close to resembling the country music of yesterday, let alone when I started in it back in the late 70s, early 80s. Back then, the group Alabama now the most successful country band of all times was considered two rock and roll. Nobody thought they were country. Grand old opry singer, Stonewall Jackson passed away a couple of nights ago. He was 89, that most people couldn't name a couple of Stonewall Jackson hits. Maybe Waterloo, if you're a big fan, but the bottom line is, people like Stonewall Jackson need to be remembered, need to be admired. We don't hold on to history enough, because people complain about that in Nashville, the new Nashville. They're tearing down old buildings and trying to pretend the past didn't exist, something we need to think about in our world today. If we hold on to our history just a little bit on our history just a little bit, perhaps we'll be more appreciative when things change and we look for ways to improve things, or maybe just make them different

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Hold On To History (MM #3911)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Hold On To History (MM #3911)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, having worked in the round country music for the last 40 odd years, I've come to appreciate history, understanding where we've come from to get to where we are today. The country music of today doesn't even come close to resembling the country music of yesterday, let alone when I started in it back in the late 70s, early 80s. Back then, the group Alabama now the most successful country band of all times was considered two rock and roll. Nobody thought they were country. Grand old opry singer, Stonewall Jackson passed away a couple of nights ago. He was 89, that most people couldn't name a couple of Stonewall Jackson hits. Maybe Waterloo, if you're a big fan, but the bottom line is, people like Stonewall Jackson need to be remembered, need to be admired. We don't hold on to history enough, because people complain about that in Nashville, the new Nashville. They're tearing down old buildings and trying to pretend the past didn't exist, something we need to think about in our world today. If we hold on to our history just a little bit on our history just a little bit, perhaps we'll be more appreciative when things change and we look for ways to improve things, or maybe just make them different

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Late musician Tom Petty receives posthumous Ph.D. for music

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Late musician Tom Petty receives posthumous Ph.D. for music

"The the university university of of Florida Florida is is awarded awarded an an honorary honorary PhD PhD to to rock rock legend legend Tom Tom Petty Petty Tom Tom petty's petty's hit hit I I won't won't back back down down is is almost almost an an implement implement Gators Gators games games he he had had deep deep ties ties to to the the university university of of Florida Florida in in Gainesville Gainesville the the city city where where he he grew grew up up and and even even worked worked as as a a groundskeeper groundskeeper at at the the campus campus to to earn earn money money as as he he tried tried to to break break his his way way into into the the music music industry industry students students there there have have always always been been proud proud of of the the connection connection to to the the rock rock and and roll roll hall hall of of Famer Famer and and now now the the university university board board of of trustees trustees has has awarded awarded Thomas Thomas Earl Earl petty petty a a posthumous posthumous doctoral doctoral degree degree in in music music petty petty died died of of a a drug drug overdose overdose in in twenty twenty seventeen seventeen hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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Bucks beat Hornets on Antetokounmpo's final-seconds layup

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Bucks beat Hornets on Antetokounmpo's final-seconds layup

"An an eighth eighth straight straight victory victory for for the the box box in in a a game game winner winner in in the the final final seconds seconds propels propels the the bucs bucs past past award award it's it's one one twenty twenty seven seven one one twenty twenty five five tie tie game game in in the the final final seconds seconds the the ball ball from from the the hands hands of of Jana Jana son son of of a a couple couple who who kept kept off off of of forty forty point point night night with with a a driving driving layup layup with with two two seconds seconds left left given given the the box box the the victory victory Linda Linda this this situation situation at at least least two two hundred hundred two two hundred hundred three three hundred hundred times times so so is is somebody somebody with with a a ms ms Chavez Chavez you you know know make make some some shots shots it's it's sour sour to to a a terrific terrific start start for for the the Hornets Hornets who who bury bury ten ten first first quarter quarter reporters reporters jumping jumping the the heart heart itself itself was was sixteen sixteen point point lead lead before before the the Hornets Hornets will will mellow mellow ball ball hit hit a a three three pointer pointer to to tie tie it it with with eight eight seconds seconds left left but but it it only only set set the the stage stage for for other other couples couples her her rocks rocks in in front front of of the the home home fans fans Chuck Chuck Freeman Freeman Milwaukee Milwaukee

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Who Is Nick Searcy?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:17 min | Last month

Who Is Nick Searcy?

"We have millions of lessons across the nation. Some of them may have been trapped under a rock for the last 40 years. So just in case they don't know who Nick Cersei is tell the world all of our listeners and viewers where you hail from where the Cersei's are from, how you got into this crazy business of films and just tell us that little canned version of your life so far. Well, I grew up in little town in the mountains of North Carolina called color weed colorway North Carolina. For some reason, there was a university in my town and as a child I did some plays at the university when I was in the battle 11 or 12. And so after that, that was I got hooked on it and I just wanted to be an actor. And of course, back then living in North Carolina. I didn't know anyone that was an actor. So I didn't really know how to go about it, but, you know, I went to studied acting in school, went to New York, did the plays to be odd jobs and the limousine driving and all that stuff. And found a way to move back to North Carolina in about 1989 when my daughter was born and wound up getting a part in a movie called fried green tomatoes, which kind of put me on the map. And I kind of had a career after that. So that's it in a

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"second rock" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"second rock" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"second rock" Discussed on The Rabbit Hole PVD Podcast

The Rabbit Hole PVD Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on The Rabbit Hole PVD Podcast

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"second rock" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"second rock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"second rock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Welcome back to business rock stars. Now let's go to mark Black High on Mark lack. We're here to inspire and form and connect a community of entrepreneurs. This is business rock stars and this is our CEO Roundtable segment and joining me today are two rocks are CEOs Give us a quick elevator pitch? Who are you? And what do you do? I'm Angel Anderson. I'm the CEO and co founder of Male snaps. Nail snaps lets you transform any social image into a salon. Quality nail rap. You can apply yourself. In minutes. No drive time. No Mass. No Toxicity. Can you're right now, Right? Of course away. Very cool. AJ shot co founders Dottie Digital. We are augmented reality company. We do an enterprise level solutions in full three D for augmented reality, which isn't really done today. Very cool. We're gonna have some fun conversations that Yeah. As the CEO Roundtable segment. I personally like to get it started with failures and mistakes. I think that in life, everybody at some point can relate to failures and mistakes more suddenly can't successes and achievements. So I'd love to know personally from you guys all of course, they're my own. But ladies first, what's been one of the biggest mistakes or failures you've made so far on your entrepreneurial journey. And what was the lesson? I'll say a big failure I made was taking on a partnership that I thought was going to take us down a certain road. And it turned out that that road had a very, very abrupt dead end. And I learned that I need to do a much better job of trusting my gut. When I get into partnership relationships with other whether it's a new advisor or marketing firm, anything, there's definitely on a gut level. There was something kind of tingling my Spidey sense and I turned it off because I thought all of the logical things here. This contract makes sense for a business. There was something in my gut that said, Maybe not. And I should have listened to that. It's insane. I just want to say insane. How many times we have people on our show that say virtually the exact same thing. My intuition told me, no but the logic and the things saying this is going to be a great partnership, a great decision A great investor. Whatever. That's the thing. It's crazy. How many people say the gut and the intuition told me? No, But the logic and the reasons said, do it anyways. And being a bad decision. So I guess the lesson from that is something we've heard of a few times on this show. Follow your gut in your intuition. What was the point of contention? What made it a not a good decision? I actually can't go into it because we've signed a a nagre mint thing. I can't talk about what I will say. I will say, you know, as a woman, you're always kind of taught that you have a certain higher level of intuition. One of my unfair naturally. Manages. I would bet, but as the CEO I I try to sometimes distance myself from qualities that are traditionally feminine and really like, pay attention to the numbers and the data and the logical side of things. And this was a really clear example of when I just I needed to be myself and I needed to really, really listen to that deep voice inside, and I didn't and I learned a hard lesson and I will never make that mistake again. A J. I think we can all relate to that. So so mine was was definitely not pivoting quick enough. You know any time you do a startup, you have this brainchild of an idea that you think is going to be amazing of the world will adopt And then you quickly find out that the world doesn't see the same thing you see, And instead of taking the feedback for the world, you try to have this standard mentality of I'll show you that I could be right. You could be wrong, and it's actually much smarter to potentially pivot and listen to the smartest people in the room. Because usually not out of 10 times. You are not it. So, um, I should have pivoted much quicker than I did. But it zah tough thing because you know part of you is listening to your gut saying no, I can keep going. I can I can make this work and you know where my story is Listening to yourself. Your story is listen to other people, And there's always that tension as the CEO. You have so many people giving you advice, and people have been down similar roads, and there is no right path. Most of the time you're faced with a lot of hard decisions very true. And it's like okay. This instance. Do I listen to my gut or do I listen to this morning? It was not made, so there's nothing to draw the line. So I think on this one with pivoting where got maybe, like, hey, I think that's a great idea. It's the fact that when you hear other people consistently say the same thing, all of a sudden it's like, okay, I need to take that advice. Set of holding on to my own pre helpless because you're so biased your own idea that you wanted to work because you want to think that you are better than we want to think their babies, actually, Yeah, exactly for us personally. One of the things that we do is create the environment that allows people to grow consistent. Do a similar thing where we give people the opportunity to take on training and go toe workshops to grow and to expand their skill set. I think people really naturally like to invest their time in a place that feels like there are Really getting an investment back. You know, the investment that they're putting into the company is also being put into them. I'm gonna pay for you to get smarter so that I could pay you more like who doesn't want to be in a good environment..

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"second rock" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on KTRH

"Misunderstood. Join us on criminal yah! As we untangled their stories on the I heart radio app, apple podcasts or wherever it is you Listen, listen and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart Radio Act number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Heart. Where you your other top Steve Miller Band songs that you've thumbed up number three. Take the money and run. Money around number two rocking me and I know that it's true that I think you will keep me Keep me Number one The Joker Joker. Almost smoker. Midnight Girl, My love in your more from the Steve Miller Band and similar artists Now search for Steve Miller Band on I Heart Radio. All your favorite music all your favorite stations. Oh, Free High Hard radio goes one on one with George Strait to ask what his first number one song felt like. It was pretty incredible because, you know, I just felt fortunate to get a record contract. I've been trying to do that for quite a few years and I went to Nashville and I cut on wound, and they signed me on that on that record and on which gave me a chance to do an album when unwound was think it went toe five or six in the charts, and so they let me do an album and I felt real fortunate just to be able to do that. And they have one go number one was an incredible feeling. Keep listening. Toe I heart radio for more George Strait and all your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Neil Sean of Journey to ask what the last several years have been like for him creatively. Well, you know what I feel kind of reborn. Have you ever since you know I got sober like things have been really coming together for me and every way in every sense of the word, you know, it's like my plane. I feel like I'm ex Elling. I'm very ambitious, You know, I'm very creative. I have like a little jam studio downstairs in my house, and I said in there for at least a couple hours to three hours a day and and jamming with loops and all kinds of stuff just to keep you know. My chops up and it's been really, really great for my plane. Keep listening. Toe I heart radio firm or Neil, Sean and all your favorite artists..

"second rock" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

"It's all tiktok. That's where my daughter who's fourteen binder. New music is on tiktok. But you can only get sixty seconds at a time right. Maybe that's all you need. Mayor de second rock songs like the ramones used to your daughter's on tiktok and and What do you make of that platform vehicle. Ebony use for it. no. I don't use for that or snapchat but she has explained to me how it works and we made a tiktok video together. I thought was pretty funny. Checked out tiktok. Excuse me. I mean it's fun. It's fun for kids. I can see how they would love it. But that is where she's getting all for new music and now she's bugging me to do some kind of wise cracking with winter tiktok channel. I'm like i don't have the time you could do promos though i've been doing promos on there getting i actually gotten some traffic from tiktok to. Yeah just doing little promos for for the show and stuff like that but It's just weird. It's like who am i connecting with their. I'm i'm connecting with children. And they're not my. They're not my audience anyway but happen getting a lot but my audience actually and i wanted to ask you about this. What your audiences. My core audience is the eighteen to thirty five. I got i think fifty five percent of my audience is between eighteen and thirty five and then as it gets older spread into smaller percentages from there but eighteen to thirty five are the core of my audience. Which is pretty surprising. Considering i'm i'm a geezer all guy geezer you're not yet i'm sixty one You're talking about stuff that kids are interested in you. Must you must be talking about music. Music and comedy a lot But i also have some some things in business edition which You know that's gotta boy that shit eh kid. Sometimes i would think but when when it comes to making money and people who were talking about Ways to make money. Everybody's interested in that. So do you know who your core audiences. I'm gonna guess it's mostly middle aged men that live in their parents basement with no hope. You know basically do anything meaningful in their lives so they listen to me more than likely in their underwear. Eat cereal that's how. How long is your podcast. I mean generally like an hour long show about an hour that go over that they have been doing it for six years. That's been the formula. That's what works me to people mostly listening in cars on the commute to work. What you think they're living in a you're listening in the basement. In there i wear eaten differently. Yes and their parents houses. I make that joke all the time on my show that my studio the fun house and i live by parents basement. The matter is i live with my father. I don't live in the basement. I was married for fourteen years wind up getting divorced and when i left when we became separated. I wasn't sure where to go. Because it was kind of spur of the moment. So i went to my father's home. Minneap was where i grew up and he was gone. He owns a home in texas where he goes for the winners snowbird so i moved myself in to get myself to put back together again and i just that i started fixing the house and then another friend of mine moved in there with me and then i just stayed and i dana a wonderful woman. Who owns her own home in newport and which is not far from minneapolis and a more than likely matt when i decide to move out again. It'll be here so back day. I might as well with my dad right right. Because he's a widower any can't take care of the house by himself anymore. So i take care of the house but it just makes sense. There's nothing nothing wrong with that. No judgment here. I would do the same thing. i'm i assure. Everybody i'm a real grownup i've homes married. I have a kit fulltime job. I do podcasts. I've had pets. That have died but i ask. How old were you when you got divorced. I was three years ago forty three. Wow that's that's kind of Tough tough time to get divorced. I would think because you've been added a dating game for many many years by that time in your life and it's a tough adjustment to be single again at forty three now. I found it surprisingly easy. I thought it was looking at it. Brick wall or does my girlfriend at are you around big year. Why use the. Her name is tammy but on air. Her name is victoria. Oh i was gonna say it didn't sound good name. Real name is candy. So man and i were talking about what. It's like to be forty-three and divorced. And how hard is it to find somebody to date. Because you're out of the game right. I was you were. She was married to. So what do you do. So i had to learn how to use the app side the learn how to use tender and okay cupid and Isn't there another one. Don't you come over here next to me and civilised matt's career come over here beat mats mats right here. He's super nice. You'll love luck. There's matt nice to meet you. Okay surprise so anyway. I met tammy and i went out with like six or seven different women and then i met tammy and i was all done. It only took like two and a half weeks so he's a womanizer. So i thought it was super easy dating rights. And how long you been together. We're going on almost three years. It'll be three years in the end of february of twenty twenty one guac and you're still in love. We are so much in love listening to this show talking politics. Yeah we really love each other. Sometimes she really loves it. How do you. How do you bridge the political differences in a relationship because they know your different offense now. We really are very much. So why don't you explain how we bridge the fence. I yell at him. And i ignore him a joke town. Yes we agree to disagree. And there are times when i just tell them. I don't want to talk to him. I guess that works. Yeah what about you met. How do you and your wife handle political basically we we get divorced a lot. back we get separated a lot back together again. Clinton glistening how come. You don't have better wifi here listening. Is you start paying for it and you can have better wifi. You said it was great wifi here and not just do the show over here is the great. This is what was oh. You're at her place now. Not at the dad's basement now not at my dad's basement right now there's wi fi right. Yeah yeah no. He's at my place and he's been here all weekend. Yeah yeah and we can dislike free. Food and free wifi or weekend is like eighteen hours so far much much longer than their matt mutt. Is it because of the news today. Is that why it feels. I didn't vote for either one of them so it.

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"second rock" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Number two rocking me and I know that it's true. That thing's so people rocking me Bay. Number one The Joker Joker smoker. Give my love to hear more from the Steve Miller Band and similar artists Now search for Steve Miller Band on I Heart Radio. All your favorite music. All your favorite stations all free I heart radio goes one on one with Jason Aldean and to ask if he enjoys touring anybody That's followed my career over the years, and those that touring has always been a big focus for us and sort of go out and have that many people. Take it to come to your show. That's it's good, You know, that's that's my favorite part of this business is getting on the road playing shows. Doing all that stuff, So that's going good. I know everything else is going well. It's been fun, and it's cooled to think that many people actually care enough to see us to go buy a ticket to come to your show, so that's it. Keep listening to my heart radio for more Jason Aldean and all your favorite artists. I hard radio goes one on one with Phil from Def Leppard explaining what a positive experience recent recording sessions have been. It was so refreshing. It's like you're actually gonna just do what we wanted to do it. We didn't realize this but you know when, you know Zeppelin stones that the old David Boeing insulating Jimi Hendrix, you know, they just get an idea for a song, write it, record it and not worry about it. And that was the audit was about the on the love of music lovers right themselves. Keep listening Toe I hard radio for Mohr of Def Leppard and all your favorite artists. I..

"second rock" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"For music, radio and podcasts. All in one. Here are the top Steve Miller Band songs that you've summed up number three. Take the money and run. Number two rocking me and I know that it's true. That thing's so people rocking. Number one The Joker Joker smoker. Give my love to hear more from the Steve Miller Band and similar artists Now search for Steve Miller Band on I Heart Radio. All your favorite music. All your favorite stations all free I heart radio goes one on one with Tim McGraw to talk about how where he grew up influenced so many of his songs. I grew up a rule, community and farming community, So I spent a lot of time probably in Saturday nights as a teenager, you know, on the tailgate of a pickup truck with fire bonfire going into cotton, and that's how we all spent a lot of our weekends or down by the lake. You know, slow dancing, George straight or something like that. Right about buyer with trucks parked. You know, those are the ways we spend our keep listening to. I had radio for more Tim McGraw and all your favorite artist. Darkest here today. Big gains the Dow for 140.

"second rock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Planet. Welcome to business rock stars. I've got two rock stars for you Today. I've got Jeremy Lasky and Danny Gonzalez. They are partners and co founders at perception. Thanks for joining us all the way from New York. Happy, tohave you and why don't you just start out by telling me what is perception? Sure Perception is a design and visual effects studio that we founded in 2001. I guess about 16 years ago and today we divide our time designing for feature films. Ah, lot of interfaces on and technology for movies, but he also spent an equal amount of time designing futuristic user experience is for real world technology companies. Possums. Are we talking video design or what Mediums are we talking about when it comes to design, So for the feature films, it's all motion graphics compositing, So we make it the first film. We worked on Simon, too. People have Robert Downey Jr. Tony Stark, and we designed the entire visual universe. So his phone his touch screens, smart TVs, smart mirror things like that. Andi that lead. Teo was really the shift for us that led to technology companies, calling us and saying, Hey, we have this great product doesn't look is cool. That's what Tony Stark's using. We want you guys to make it look as cool. And that's how we kind of went into that so that and that's more of like, physical form. That's right. Yeah, you know, I don't really think about that, as I watched movies of the fact that you aren't just literally creating the individual components. You're creating an entire world. Yeah, we really are creating an entire ecosystem. And with today's audiences being so sophisticated in tech savvy, we have to be that much more authentic with what we create for films. So we're constantly looking for inspiration in the real world, and that has led to taking a lot of what we do for movies and bringing that into the real world projects as well. So it's science fiction influencing science fact, and it's the circle of creativity that flows back and forth continuously. So interesting. So you work on a lot of the marvel movies, right? So tell me your thought process and kind of start to finish. Whatever you can share about, you know when there's idea and how you execute this. New world. Well, it all comes down a storytelling on that the key component in the foundation of everything we do, whether it's for technology companies or for feature films, Obviously, for the feature films, everything we're doing has to continue the story line for that particular moment in time. There's moments in films now where audiences you're staring directly at a computer screen or heads up display. So for those moments A story is being told exclusively through graphics and interfaces, and that's something that we take very seriously. You know, It's a huge honor tohave to continue a plot line and make sure we don't lose the audience along the way. So are in constant contact with the filmmakers and the writers. What are the exact plot points of this moment? And how can we tell those those story points and a continuous and sequential way so we don't lose the audience. Any step along the process who are continuing an arc of the story from live action, a live action and oftentimes bridging it with interface and computer graphics in the middle, Can you maybe give me an example of one of your favorite worlds and stories that you brought to life? Sure. I mean, the one that that Was a ton of work to do was rubble Cop 2014 because a lot of those graphics and a lot of that story was being told through the heads up display of Robocop himself. So you got to see his view his emotions. I mean, we did everything waited like psychological profiles, and we came up with all these different types of you know whether it be different colors different. Fonts, different ways of doing motion as faras. Sometimes it's fast. Sometimes it's slow. Depending on what his mood is in things like that when we had to redesign Ah, different set of for his re because you got a better system. He got enough grade to his operating system. And then there's ah different situations where from Marvel, For instance, there's a different type of technology for Tony Stark, as there is for Thor's girlfriend who are stuff Looks like she makes it, you know, at a radio shack parts out of her garage. So we have a whole type of personality profile we do with all the different characters. So your industry has changed so rapidly in the past 10 plus years. Tell me a little bit about how you've not only kept up with it, but you've actually been one of the leaders and those disruptors in this field. So when we started perception was in motion graphics studio and we came from a pretty high end visual effects, a legendary studio called RG ET. That's where Danny and I'm that and we were working on commercials and films and music videos using pretty high end expensive machines. And when we started perception, it was this motion graphics revolution. It was this idea that we could do everything that we used to do on average and flames. We could now dio on the desktop, using final cut and after effects and a number Other software pieces that we got involved with for a fraction of the cost. And there was a lot more economical for our clients. So technologically, we were right there at the very beginning when, after affections, Final cut was really starting to become an industry standard of animation in visual effects. It was definitely a transitionary moment. It didn't happen overnight. And there was a lot of education that had to happen for clients who were used to going to these high end sweets and sitting behind an artist that was working on these flames and these infernal machines, and now we were doing things on the Mack on the desktop. That were it was a bit of Ah culture shift for a lot of our clients. Yeah, for sure. How did you get them on board? And I'm sure took a little convincing, even though you knew it was the right. Well, I mean, we had agree. Archival work coming from R. J Ready? Great. Realigned. Agree no resume. So once they gave us the one shot at it. We did it so well that they were just like combat You guys have must have like eight employees, and it's just the two of us. And literally a closet of this photo retouching studio that we rented this little space from and we just cranked out work like it was. No going out of style, You know, way new creatively what we wanted to do. So, you know, we just use the technology that we had in a very different way than what everybody was using it and we just knew howto set things up building. In a module way. Where For example, one of the first projects we got was a campaign for HBO's The Sopranos. And they asked us to pitch it, so we pitched it. We want it. We won the project as we and what we had to do was not only come up with creative ideas become with scripts, the music and everything else that goes along with with it. So is again ah, whole kind of personality for that promo that was going to be, you know, sent out to the world through the HBO to get people to sign up Grace Bot. Catch that season. The Sopranos and we got the project and then they were like probably about 150 different types of endings we had to do and different types of versions. And they gave it to us When we were sitting there were like, all right, We're gonna figure this out in a way. Where No way we can crank all these out like 10 a day. Get it, get it to them. And then we would And they would be like you guys probably have, like three different infernos involved, like know if I've got a laptop and he's got an awkward G three. And we just We just know what we're doing. And slowly but surely HBO they saw how fast and how good I love the design that we kept on coming up with. They just coming coming. And then you know Showtime was calling us. They want to know who was doing all this for free HBO, and then we got on board with ESPN. And then that's just nobles from the CIA, and I like what you said. It's like your work just kind of spoke for itself. So wasn't too hard to get people on board, and you also mention the constant educating yourself and I think that's a key thing because A lot of our entrepreneurs Washington listening. They want to identify those trends and be at the forefront of where their industry is going. And I would imagine the fact that you educated yourself so often. Really, really helped. Would you say that's true? Absolutely and and certainly with the technology were constantly testing out new products, new applications and figuring out if they could fit into our pipeline and how we could just constantly and continuously improve our workflow our speed or efficiency, And that was a big reason why only started perception. It was that game changer event in the industry that it's time to start moving things onto the desktop. And it worked. You know, when it came down to just being really smart with the tools and being really creative with them, and then.

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"second rock" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Number two rocking me and I know that it's true. That thing's so people rocking me Bay. Number one The Joker Joker. I'm a smoker. Give my love to hear more from the Steve Miller Band and similar artists Now search for Steve Miller Band on I Heart Radio. All your favorite music. All your favorite stations all free I heart radio goes one on one with Tim McGraw to discuss song writing and song selection. You know for me, it's about the soul. You know, the song has to hold up and my soul Holds up it holds up. It doesn't it doesn't Sometimes I'll know because of the singer because they're a friend of mine, and I get it through them. But most the time I really don't look atyou. Songwriters are because I don't want to be influenced by that too much, So I just want to listen to the music and see what strikes me and there's sort of a visceral reaction. Which is what you have to have to start with something that doesn't sound like, you know, I said that Enough already or set in a different way. So it's just always interesting to me to see House source story goes. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Tim McGraw and all your favorite artists. This is handle on the law. Marginal legal advice where I tell you, You have absolutely no face If you're injured, Needa lawyer got a handle on the law dot com And if you're a warrior and went to help our listeners, please go to handle on the law dot com..

"second rock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Actually two rock route overwhelming hospitals, with thousands injured estimates close to 4000 injuries. Dozens killed. At least 70. Authorities are now saying it was caused by highly explosive materials at the port, but still as of yet have not said whether it was an accident or attack. A footprint of assay assay along the Eastern seaboard is huge. Right now, The tropical storm warnings extend not just across the Carolinas, but even as far north as the state of Maine. Incredible area of coverage here when it comes to the expansive nature of this particular fast moving system Now, yeah. Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri are saying that it is moving swiftly will move out of the next 24 hours. The tri state area in the Northeast has reported over a 1,000,000 power outages during the day off and on with heavy winds as the White House again opens up its talks about opening up the economy. The president's own medical experts say it's dangerous, and Dr J. Barking at Emory University says the management of it has been absolutely deplore. We have 4% of the world's population, yet we account for 25% of the world's debts. That is unacceptable, he says. Using the president's own data. China and Russia are likely to veto on American effort to extend a U. N arms embargo against Iran before it expires in October. The US says this could cause what is called a snap back provision on the 2015 Iran nuclear deal to reimpose all U. N sanctions against Iran. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Alright, Thank you. EJ. Let's get to global sports. Danny Schwartzman is with us. So Danno, another big name in tennis withdrawing from the U. S open. I.

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"second rock" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"second rock" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"second rock" Discussed on 600 WREC

"For any so just S. as used in standby you may have a problem S. S. S. control S. S. S. explore this is you're going Michelle disconnect from this decision was I was woken by a distressed begin J. C. class mining vessel they set down got her second rocked when a storm hit I diverted power from the engines to life support but no he won't start I've been trying to transmit a distress call for hours but the store must have knocked out my columns are right the only thing transmitting is the beacon yeah the company also is that yeah hello my name yes you were listening ground zero tonight Richard C. Hoagland's right guess and tonight opening the mind into a few possibilities of the sun were outrageous but Richard certainly has got a good track record talk about things that seem to come to pass eight seven seven seven three three one.

"second rock" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"second rock" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The two rocks that makes sense okay yes Sir you see how did that I did not match first Roth second traditional third yeah that's your order of attack well done you're gonna be rich a lot of it Cavaliers weather's in San Francisco hi Kevin how are you alright much better than I deserve how are you the same how can I help my one night we had a a baby this year yeah thank you so we're modifying our state plan and we're having trouble collecting a guardian and trustee and you know I was just wondering what criteria you use for both taking eight trustee and a guardian for our baby with rare exceptions I want them to be separate two different people trustee would be someone that's going to a follow my wishes N. B. has a bit of an administrative or money for layer they're good they're good fairly good with taking care of business I've got a little business vacuum and they got a little bit of ability to get things done they're organized they're not fly you D. you're responsible obviously that kind of thing right the tragedy the trustees to execute your wishes and so if you died you look I'm assuming you're naming your beneficiary on your life insurance to be a trust formed at your death for the good of your children right yes we're doing this spring okay good and yes so you name a trustee in you name in there in detail what you want the trustee to how the how the money is to be handled but as far as the the guardian for the child it it's a different criteria obviously it's who's gonna raise this child where I wanna raised yeah that's the hard part and also problem trustee to we you know we were like family to be the trustee in Corpus Christi maybe the corporate trust in conjunction with family but our our families on both sides have had some issues money and boundaries and they don't really and the money the way we do the little well here's the thing it even if they don't handle money the way you do are they honest and smart enough to fall of the wall some families are dysfunctional not they're going to not follow the law but the law is you have to follow what the document says or they could get their **** sued by your kid when they grow up right but yes I hate all the time in the situation so if you can trust them to do what you say in the document then then that's okay because they don't they won't let you're gonna tighten the thing up and I'll leave them a lot of leeway I mean we're definitely gonna we're riding in is to keep it is specific and padded possible it's just that you know someone is access to a female in a life insurance about a million and a half that it is very tempting yeah we're simple worried about it I don't blame you it's very severe very wise to be concerned about I probably it sounds like you need to use just refreshing trustee I'm not a big fan of those but I'm a bit I'm a bigger fan of them then I'm dysfunctional family yeah definitely I mean it's not my favorite option but for lack of better option but I think that's what we're gonna end up yeah yeah and you know the other thing sometimes you can do is if you had a close friend that would be well taken about that that actually might be a better idea yeah they will take it all in and even the guardian things sometimes people do that we had some friends it wasn't us but we have some friends who named a a family that was having trouble having children and as long as the potential guardian and they were they were you know they're just they're very very very close friends obviously but they named them as the RT and there have infertility issues and they named them as guardian they didn't die so they end up the transfer never happened but but that was just an interesting way of looking at it you know I did little different thing and it was somebody you know in their church they have the same name Christian values that they had and shared in that kind of a thing and that's that's really what what Sharon and I were looking for for guardian in our in our case we have family that we could do that with in our case not really our kids grow up in a war yeah you know and and our kids have little kids right now like you do and so our grandkids and they're looking at the exact same kinds of issues as you know do you do you want the grandparents to step in and do you want the another brother another sister to step in and that kind of thing and it it's man it's it's you got a bit it's it's a lot of things to think about but you're very very very wise to be thinking about it's the mute Europe you know you're going to do very well with money and you're going to be a great that because those are the types things like great dad stew and great moms do and people are good with money that was their diligence on things like a state plans wheels life insurance and all that kind of stuff and so very very good and then the thing you're gonna find is you end up updating it you know over the years things are gonna change in Europe that things are changing you update in our case we end up updating hours not major moves but we we find turn it every year and I am not in my personal state plan because it's gotten so stinking complicated so but anyway Hey thanks for the call we appreciate you joining us open phones.

Kevin Roth San Francisco
"second rock" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"second rock" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN John Smith with hill and there's a great event coming up next month actually in a week or so at navy pier it's called the great American lobster fast joining me now from green city green curtain events is Nick about ski from bring current events how you doing good to talk to is always how you doing thanks for having me I'm great I'm great I am now did you like the little intro D. are you down with the B. fifty twos rock lobster you know what that song is is becoming more real familiar about this time absolutely and Mike did you have you ever heard rock what was that is that a little bit before your time Mike rock lobster the B. fifty twos you know I'm a guy I love old music like that so I knew about the beef duties rock lobster but I working radio I've used that yell I used to divide all the time okay I gotcha I doubt you will need you know I was there I was asking a producer Mike if he if he likes lobster and he gets to you and if he gets to eat it that often and his answer is probably everyone's answer yes I love lobster but it's not something that you get to eat that often it's certainly not something that you usually make for yourself at home you usually get it when you go out at a restaurant special occasion it's usually expensive so you have a remedy for all of that and it's called the great American lobster fast before we get into what the great American lobster fest is why is there a great American lobster fast in Chicago when you think Chicago and you think food if I went out on the street right now and said name some Chicago foods you get all of the you know all of the usual suspects right you get your value be from the pizza my hot dogs and state and lobster probably wouldn't even come up this is a weird place to have a lot for your fast neck you sounded up perfectly in fact you can even add your list about the availability or getting seafood lobster regularly here in the Midwest if you lived on the east coast you have it around you all the time you know what I did you talk about might change but a unique that's one of the best things about having it here in the Midwest is gonna make a lobster fest so how does the great American lobster fest your come to be who is this is this your brain child or and and and when you're locked it up did you think oh man we're gonna have a lobster fest in Chicago is anybody a shell you know it it was quite a process our our company started in two thousand eleven as green curtain events and as you mentioned we have dabbled in quite a few different food groups sausage chilly out we also produce a swing shaft wall called wing out Chicago than tamales trusted walk and it was it was a course of time what we start to get noticed and approached by a few people to be business partners and start you know putting the ideas together and realizing that there was a major voice in the Chicago such will scene and that was she flew and namely lobster we found out that there's a reason for that because it's hard to do it is really hard to produce fresh seafood here in the Midwest for the masses and Russian of things like all businesses Halbert growing pains and learning experiences and really you know kind of fine tuning in and listening to what patrons wallet and we had a pretty good thing going hardworking people that could come together be creative up call your experts and then we keep that all together you maybe care and they're really could be of more help picture perfect study she wore a lobster fest were here in the Midwest well so they're kind of progression you you had mentioned you know okay Sir your navy pier we're here on beautiful Lake Michigan you know if you're having a car fast or a small fast I I would understand that where are you getting your laughter from is it fresh yet this year so the lobster especially the whole lobsters are fresh they get shipped here all the old live you know are the number one provider is lobster Graham there are official provider of this she still going on three years now and it's out of the trash they are made to work wish the lobsters are delicious large we take we only the bass lobster meat for our lobster rolls and tacos and everything else will probably talk about in terms of different items you can get there but yes the comes fresh to the Midwest courtesy of lobster Graham all the way from the east coast the great American lobster fast as at navy pier August thirtieth through September first that's Labor Day weekend got a break for news but when we come back we're going to talk to Nick from the great American laughter fast about specifically what you can get lobster fest and surprisingly lobster fast isn't just about laughter it's about much much more so we'll talk to Nick about that in just a few minutes is seven twenty WGN man how can you afford gas for that big S. U. V. I pay less with gas and everyone else I got the free get up so I guess that begin with the twenty five cents a gallon cast back every time I buy gas you get up to twenty five cents off per gallon with the free get upside gas apps while on pay full price you know we people aren't over a million dollars last year you just got to take a picture of your gas receipt and bring him.

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"second rock" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"second rock" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Coroner says KTLA anchor Chris Burroughs died from an overdose of meth. The report reveals Burroughs met a man on a dating app and on December twenty seventh the two hooked up at a hotel in Glendale, the main told corners investigators at Burroughs inserted a rock of meth into his anus to get high and loose. The man says boroughs have been wearing a mask soaked in Amel nitrite also known as poppers and during the encounter boroughs inserted a second rock of meth rectal moments later, the man says Burroughs begin grunting. And when the man turned boroughs over he noticed Bros. Had vomited into the mask, and it was unresponsive the man called an overdose hotline. They told him to call nine one one boroughs was pronounced dead at the hospital. Steve, Gregory, KFI news. A couple of from the inland empire accused of torturing twelve of their kids have pleaded guilty even and Louis Turpin plead guilty to fourteen of the forty nine charges. They were each facing DA. Mike Hester says the turbans will be facing twenty five years. Life which is a similar sentence that would be handed down for first degree murder. If you think about what happened in this case, the defendants ruined lives restaurant says part of the drives who will plead he'll was to avoid putting the children on the stand the level of scrutiny. And and attention. I think made a difference in it would have made a difference for these victims the turbines were arrested last January after their seventeen year old daughter escaped their house in Paris and call police sentencing is set for April nineteenth in riverside. Chris ancarlo KFI news group that works with foster kids in L A county is helping hundreds get ready for prom court appointed special advocates or CASA provides gowns and suits to teens who've been abused or neglected Cossio. Wendy nichols. Julian says, there are thirty thousand kids in the system. Those are kids who aren't throwaway kids. They matter and it matters that they have cue dresses for prom. And it matters that they have nice suits for interviews. And it also matters that we care for them. Like our own kid about seven hundred foster kids are expected to participate in March twenty third Qasim needs donations and volunteers to help out this month..

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