17 Burst results for "Sherifi"
"sherifi" Discussed on Northstar Big Book
"The steps we took which usually justice as a program of recovers. And and derogations suggested. Right. So the I wanNA make this clear as people get so confused about this. Program of recovery is suggested and the program recovery is the steps. There's not you can't work the program but network misteps you're either doing the program, which is the steps or you're not but you're welcome to be a member of Aa if you want to be a member. Own The suggestion we have as our solution is the steps, but you're welcome to stay here for forty years. If you WANNA never work with steps I, don't really want to have dinner with you. But like I, welcome you, you know what? I mean. And there again, it's hard to believe that there are people that can do that. It's scary. 'cause I remember hearing a guy lead one time he said I haven't been to a meeting in twenty years. Any he said it's okay if you don't go to be sober and the comments were no, it's not audited. Sherifi mean when someone does that it's the message of New People Are GonNA here is back. I can do it and I can stay sober and that guy is an exception and we don't know what his story is. He right just a hard drinker that got in trouble in stop drinking and put the plug in the jug like we don't know. But I know that Ariola Hollick and when I don't do do the steps, I, WanNa, kill myself. A the farther away you get from a the worse. It gets one of my favorite. Moments is I was listening to a lead in the guy had forty two years of sobriety anyone out. And he came back in and they said what happened and he said I had too many years in Aa and not enough days. He just held onto how much time he hat and he didn't do anything now. Yes and I. I heard about the same thing from a guy who went on of twenty..
"sherifi" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive
"EIGHT-POINT POINT I want everybody to read their instagram and follow them. Let's go. I influenced like ten people, but hey whatever? People. Better than zero. A break Okay so we're did. We have one more to go over or was that the list that we had for We have one more that we can go over. This one's called zero bulk waste. Kinda the Waterloos one stop shop for all organic sustainable Greg. And I think this kind of really works on the trend of people kind of going around the zero waste to wrote I know a lot of places like both born, and even some grocery stores now they're allowing people to bring in their containers, but nothing's really local organic sustainable, so I think I think zero ace's really kind of trying to fill in that gap that's missing throughout those other kind of non local in quotation. Marks businesses. Have King. Yeah I know it was me. I was the one that was having the issue here. Look I think is very important now with the environment. just cuts. Give back in I think this is a great. Great Way to do it. Yeah definitely definitely me, just see here. I was loading up their website. Know what's going on with my Internet connection, but definitely you know we made sustainable. You know. Reduce Reuse. Recycle idea Obviously, they've they've got their Sherifi. At a sorted out. Just great. Great to see him with local businesses. There's four there. Yeah and this is a great example. Of what we were talking about before is you know there's if you're a small local business? Or if your small business running out of your home, it's easy to feel very very isolated, and then when this kind of covid thing happens even more so, but keep in mind that your network of of your professional peers that are parallel aligned perpendicular Even, your air quotes competition. it creating those creating those alliances with those other businesses is a great way to to grow and sustain and and Kinda mutually beneficial relationships. Absolutely? and. I think it seems to say your social platform a social profiles. Sorry You've done sending job on the photography. In Tech. Suppose even your highlights. You have quite a bit of highlights here. Which is great I'm going to actually say it'd be cut down on. Some of the highlights and kind of curate them a little bit more maybe brand the icons of it. That's a bit of. Highlights actually April through a pretty interesting anecdote about four all maybe can pop up and feature for sure there. We go we'll. We'll jump back but the. There's a bit of the history of the name. Sounds. Four, she had originally four options..
"sherifi" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"I'm willing to put it out there. But. You are keeping the door open. You're not saying okay. I'm done with UFC after this. You just want to test the market and see what is out there and it could happen that you return to the U. of C.. Would that be a fair way to put it? Yeah Doors Open. I mean I, guess. Do you think the UFC will offer me anything comparable that another organization will offer me? You're asking me. I wonder, know I think if you win this fight and look really good I wouldn't be surprised. Obviously, there's there's a there's a lot of money to be made in the IT page vans and business right I. Think you know that so? That's why I was asking about the pressure on your shoulders See someone You know breaking the Bank for someone like you, and especially because you know your your husband Austin a fight for that makes a lot of sense as well so I'm curious I. You know I think it's a it's an interesting. Move on your part in I'm great. Plays almost in a weird way adds to the intrigue of this particular right because we don't see this. This. And I'm really excited. You know it's cool card for me to be on. It never been on I've never run on paper view before so. It's kind of a cool experience like Oh, on open up a really big BEAVER Bucar I've been the main of it twice which is. Extremely cool a huge blessing, but I'm excited to be able to open up a huge favor card. No. They're not promoting me like crazy right now, but there's huge some huge names on this card. I'm excited Sherifi part with them. So the last time I spoke to was almost a year ago when you and Austin were in studio, and you may comment about how you make more money on instagram than in your fight career, and that exploded everywhere. Just curious. That's still the case. Are you still doing really well On instagram? I've actually stepped away so I feel more as I. Think it's. It's.
"sherifi" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast
"Like three minutes a day so people do it for like five minutes it. It's supposed to work out your entire court but a lot of people can't do it because there's nothing else to pay to. There's nothing else to take your focus off of just plinking in it's frustrating and boring but this with your cell phone ads you know as a little bit of Not a lot of a distraction to keep you away from focusing on how much your body hurts playing cap and it works if I can work so my boys love it too. They've they've been playing it because the game it comes with your kind of fun like that. Mind over matter type thing. Yeah okay me. Go Rice Jack. I I did a special offer and I got it for I got. I got the special edition. This is like deluxe. The yellow one is like the cheaper version. But I got this for the price of the cheaper version and it makes a different as just better padding or what. Yeah the deluxe version has better padding. There's padding all over whereas the Yellow One just has a pad here and a pad here just for your elbows so the Games that you play they incorporate the balancing and do incorporate the cell phone like the movement of the cell phone. Okay so yeah Price Check For that one was one hundred bucks. Nice it's not that bad so yeah. I also bought the gorilla bow before the quarantine and I've had that so the up but works. I mean Guitar Gorilla Gorilla Go. It's a bow but it has resistance bands on it and you sit there and you like you. Can you can pull on it this way. You can put it around your back and you can do push standing push. Ups can do curls at school as you to narrow and it strengthens like your back. Bustles arm muscles didn't count with an Arrow no just a bunch of bands Yeah other net. I invested in a unity classes. So I'm taking unity courses right now. I did the end game development so I'll trying to get into that so developing a game with unity Possibly expanding that into Java script or something else will see the extent of my circus. The extended mind was guitar. And all the stuff with it and in the in the fucking house yeah. I needed to get out of this house. I did see today so they do like paintings on metal in there was a crate us on that was super dope like forty four dollars and I want it. You'RE GONNA have a lot of wall space buddy wall space all your all your mortal combat. You'RE GONNA have a wall of combat aren't you? I don't know do have combat. I don't know how many of those I'm going to put up with some of them. The canvas instant stick or isn't it's not flat canvas like it's all messed up in warped but eh did have my combat wall The big framed one is definitely going up But yeah we gotTA FIGURE WORLD. That's need to get some decoration or do some suffered living room have all the pictures that gifted my parents and my sister and her husband for Christmas have all those but I need to print them. I have a few frames left. That should not cheap. What with what do we do? Custom custom print were. I was well. I was using shutter fly like even with fifty pm. Shutter Flex pensive. Sherifi is not cheap little ridiculous he asked me but yeah gotta principles for myself now so I can have stuff up on the walls checkout target. I canvas print from my tattoo artist. I think that's going in the living. Room Abba canvas painting from Joe's wife that I got my birthday one year so I got stuff to put up just not enough for three bedrooms and a living room is the bearskin Picture over the fireplace or yes this.
"sherifi" Discussed on The TryPod
"Independence like your independent go. Crush Sherifi supporting independence. I'm just trying to push Nintendo to go ahead and pre release all their sixty four catalogue that they're holding on until later this year. There's literally Mario Sixty Four. Mario Kart Sixty four golden. Either GONNA raw these games out on my guys if you roll him out. Now you will be the king's like because those are like all of our our age levels nostalgia if you could get that right. I haven't left replay with Carina of time. It'd be mask is also GONNA come on believable game. Three of those games already exists so they can just poured it over to switch right. It is that's why they have. It already. Have that in their catalog. But they haven't done it and it will say that everyone's talking about the fun games and the personal projects and the hobbies and all the things that they are going to get to do during quarantine all different for me gang out twelve hours a day. We're taking care of a sweet baby so lives are getting to spend a lot of family time. Negatives are quickly exhausting. The things I can do we've built forts. We had a huge fort building. We've read the same book several times we are here. We have like we have this closet of like emergency toys where we keep keep opening new toys to get stimulation and activity and doing things but a little different for me. Gang not exactly fun. Snow Day type of environment. It's here's the thing. Though without with a kid west age is that you're basically playing fifty states west doesn't remember day to day. You're lucky he's not like an eight year old which my heart's out to parents. That are having a home school and explain to their kids why they're not going on play dates. You could just keep busting out frozen too and it will delight him like on the first time every single time right. Yeah you know it's for you. You really don't.
"sherifi" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz
"Ramble pretty basic. Hi Guys Welcome back to pretty basic. I'm so proud of you for starting today. Thank you I. I was trying to sound confident Sherifi self that I'm sitting here recording a podcast welcome back welcome back. We are back from BITCON. We did all the VID COM sings and now we're here in the studio recording and we have a game. It's good to be back. I feel great. Do you like my air one merch. I love your outfit. I I would very much wear. That outfit is whole outfit Yeah thank you. I put it together very quickly on my way out. I love air. One spells almost nowhere backwards awards no also in fact I was driving last week and I was just looking around and someone in front of me had like a licensed by that said the word level on it. Did you know levels of Pailin Room. I took me twenty four years to put that together. What's your favorite Paltrow Hannah? Ooh I like race car. Tommy and I had a full conversation. He likes Kayak. Oh I didn't know Kayak level. I I never thought the word level was appalling of lettuce levels levels little okay well. ANYWAYS are game today. Alicia had a really good idea to talk about some of our unpopular opinions that we have yes what sparked this for you. You know I don't really know I I think I saw someone tweet something about like unpopular opinion but and I was like wait that could be a funny game. How can we make that a game? I was like Oh let's just like each come up with back a few ones that we think are unpopular and see if we agree with each yeah well. I said we didn't interview this weekend. BITCON and I talked about my favorite actress and everyone started laughing and then I was like on ocular opinion but and I love her so I thought that was what sparked it but I guess you know. Certainly I have another one. She wasn't even listening right now. Okay so we're going to bounce back and forth with some unpopular opinions and then should we tell them what we're gonNA talk about later. Should we just leave it for a little mystery really not in the title so today not last week the week before we did a video reflecting on like all of our past episodes and so we thought it'd be really funny today to go through all of our twenty nineteen resolutions which we did a whole dedicated episode <music>. You're listening to it after you listen to this one because it's really funny and then was it. She listened to it on the way here. I listen to on the way here because I thought I had the list in my phone still have what my resolutions where but they weren't like Dang after go listen to this whole thing but then I go and listen to it and that was so oh weird wait okay even gone to Hawaii because we pre filmed it for eighteen and we were like by twenty eight when we did the two thousand eighteen and twenty nine nineteen episodes back to back and like that twenty eighteen episode rocked my world world and like the worst way possible and then that's so crazy that that oh my God because it's over six months of the years halfway over twenty twenty is closer than twenty eighteen. How truly is so? I think it'd be so fun for us. All and even you guys listening to check ourselves. You know just check in where Joe sell resolutions. How are they doing? I haven't looked back at mine. I wrote down for about which obviously that's a I mean the thing is we did that episode and a few have been in my brain but not not the whole list of them some curious anyway so we're rambling but let's start with these unpopular opinions..
"sherifi" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"The one of the first checks into birch box and a lot of early two thousand eleven twelve movement and obviously in the last twenty four months because of the sheer scale of the underpriced attention facebook and instagram and the amount of capital that is available and the growth of Sherifi Amazon all these macro trends had led to an enormous growth direct to consumer brands some watching that and obviously migrate thesis of Creating Beaner Medium was to buy nostalgic brand so I haven't been highly motivated to Jim shocker fashion Novo or hymns. That's not where my passion lies. Though I've been seeing all the growth in parallel I two specific executives at Bainer media that were part of a team uncalled the office of the C._E._o.. So in theory couple years ago I realized how stretched I was so I created a team to act like a chief of staff and there was four of them and after a year of it it just wasn't as efficient I moved to one chief of staff which has been working much better better multiple executives that were super talented two of them John Trauman and Nate Schroeder who are my partners in empathy wine had been with me since they were interns in my wind business before intermedia and then came into Bainer John had left and work for distributor for your and a half and came back so as an entrepreneur. We're making this macro decision on the Bainer side. I'm sitting with these incredible human assets which is really kind of the K._p._i...
"sherifi" Discussed on KTRH
"Now back to Jimmy Verizon Sherifi Houston's morning news. They've discovered the severed head of a wolf in Siberia. No big deal. Right. Except it has olds for in all its teeth, and you can tell exactly what it was when it was alive. It's been frozen up there in the permafrost. That's now, apparently, melting thirty forty thousand years or so, course they'll do some DNA testing on it. The lose some carbon dating on it and determine for sure. What they want to look at, you know, by the way, before we see Jimmy share that's global warming. Well, you just means Siberia's more than it's been in a, while doesn't mean the whole planet is warmer than what it's been a while. Well, it's been beginning. There hasn't it, and it doesn't it doesn't mean that it's not going to get cold again inside Berea, but they are on earth. Warns between ice ages does seem to do that. Doesn't it? They were looking for mammoth, ivory, when they found the remains the brought it to the mouth, studies department of the kademi of sciences of the Republic of Shaikha is the first time the head of an ancient wolves has been found who soft tissues been preserved after forty thousand years. He's a grown wolf. They're building a digital model of the brain and the skulls interior. For further study. They also hope to kind of run the DNA compared to a modern. We'll see how perhaps the wolf has evolved over the course of time. That's amazing forty thousand years. We have a tendency to think, in hundreds of years, not forty thousand six.
"sherifi" Discussed on KTRH
"Drinking scotch because they very cleverly came out with all these varieties all these houses scotch that they've allied with different houses on game of thrones. When I'm watching game of thrones. It's got me drinking scotch because I have to drink house totally which is cleanliness scotch or I have to drink the log of Lewellen, which I believe is Nightwatch all these, you know, I've been drinking a lot of car do which is the tar Gannon the house you see on here. I am telling you, and you don't know what I'm talking about game of thrones undis- focusing on two things. Sherifi fryer has the summer blend of alcohol. She has she has to do it. I make myself sound like I'm some kind of lush. I really I don't know. But you know, you are you are an individual with a lot of rules. That's what you are in. Once. Again, these rules are all kicking in seven ten divert. Traffic and weather together. Let's go ahead and see how that drives going. All right. Juliette high. I think a rule for us this morning would be to stay away from as many frontage roads again. Yeah, you're right there an exit ramps and things like that. But a lot of people just stayed home because the roadways are actually looking pretty good. We do have our has met spill though on the west side six ten southbound your exit ramp to the southwest freeway is completely blocked off because of this. You can get to the left you just can't exit there. You can use chimney rock as an alternate. It's probably going to be about a twenty minute delay. And then they also had to block off the west part tollway. Inbound at post oak at offramp because of this has met spill now the frontage road. That's where we've got the high water on the north freeway outbound west mount Houston, also at air text on the X. Sit ramp that's going to be the outbound side north freeway inbound in the HOV lane near I ten watch for high water twenty nine twenty both directions between C and to forty nine and Tom ball. And then forty five northbound approaching I ten at memorial the exit is where you're gonna find it. And then the go freeway frontage road outbound between El Dorado and bay area boulevard. That's a new one on the list. A hardy toll road southbound cross timbers that's going to be the frontage road as well. And then we've got high water on the entrance at six ten to west Luth northbound before brace would I'm Giulini hardy and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center from.
"sherifi" Discussed on KTRH
"Radio seven forty KTAR h Houston, and I heart radio station. Good morning. Six thirty on Houston's news, I'm Jimmy Barrett along with share fire. Among our top stories this half hour flash. Flooding is going to be a problem already. Seeing them spots today. Schools are pretty much closed. It's good day. Stay home and coming up at six thirty eight. This is the best day to take on. It's not Friday going take a work day off. It's not Friday. We'll let you know what date is coming up next right now, it is time to take a look at traffic and weather together Juilliard on the top of your list out where still completely closed in the Brookshire area on I ten eastbound at three fifty nine you're gonna why us ninety as your alternate. Because you've got a pretty good backup. Probably at least thirty minutes through their six ten this. The west side of town south energy, come up to the southwest freeway exit ramp is blocked. That's a has met spill. And you do have about a thirty minute backup. You can use chimney rock. Instead high water all over the place twenty nine twenty directions. Tom bell area between television to forty nine forty five north freeway. This is the frontage road both directions at Westmount Houston. Also in the HOV lane inbound near I ten fourteen sixty two eastbound at the brass river and westbound and the hardy toll road southbound the frontage road across timbers, that's where it's going to be flooding. Not the main lanes and then six ten east loop both directions on the front row, you'll find some high water around gallon. We got on the Sam Houston southbound Spencer highway on the French road and all ninety eastbound before seven sixty two I'm Judy hardy and the Gulf Coast windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center. KTAR h Westside northside Lexus twenty four whether center looking at the radar here. It would appear that the heaviest rain is in the city and points south at this point. But it's all moving to the east. We're gonna get a little dry spell probably starting around ten AM ish. For you are the spawning, but we are going to get more rain for tonight and for tomorrow morning. So stand by for details with Terry Smith of the Weather Channel in the next eight minutes, currently, sixty eight year officials severe weather station. News Radio seven forty KTAR h. Time now for the news here. Sherifi morning, everyone six thirty two on NewsRadio seven forty KTAR HR news.
"sherifi" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Because essentially told you always humans flawed and influential and how yes computers predictable and you can deal. But then once once you make things people you need to go into storytelling and framing Mattis, but you also news to me I spent my teens with computers, not other people. So I came as like. My wife. Dine out on this topic. And just probably make fun of me for us. But like she she always says, I'm an immigrant to condition. So so most to send me off to a good start. I just want to save Varietes Rita Rochas races. Dyslexic. I actually base lowly. I sort of overcome Lexi, but like I. I read books face lowly. I think I it's actually one ditch frankly, I have very high recollection. But because of his I have to be selective on books. So I'm not one of those hundred books year kind of how do you how do you choose books now? Or maybe we is an example the box. Why did that come on your how did that make the cut the bucks came because I usually have a topic and just dive, right? Like, I dive into like this in this case. I was like, hey, I'm running Sherifi shopping fight causes, you know, billions tens of billions of dollars of commerce activity and most of this is going to go through a logistics network. With don't understand feel my job as a CEO is to have a most full stack understanding of every component. That's at all related, which is frankly, given via book invo trait is almost the entire condition. So it's an endless source of interesting deep dives into topics. But if this case was more about logistics like it's fascinating because it's been built for millennia and. The silk road has still impact on the wave of vote economy Vokes today and stitching thinks together as fascinating, but. Just even invasive, I okay, let me let me let me start digging. It became pretty clear that that was a history before shipping container. A history Optima shipping container and if in visa divisions and specific data, everything changes like industrial revolution. Or another example of that what I tend to like doing I like to find the players like the people who had a lot of input on this kind of thing or just at least we had a front row seat. And then we'd be biographies because they don't tend to try to sell you anything of then that this person played an important role. But the tend to be most critical witnesses to actually outside events with out so much bias towards convincing. You about it was quarterback. And so in this particular case it was easy. It was actually a perfectly good book about exactly what guy came up with it. And so all his choice. What other? Actually before we get to subjects and more books because this may bridge over to something that I did not know I feel like I should have known this. And it makes perfect sense. But did not know this. So this is one of your problem domains, we can discuss what that means. When you became CEO. And I have a question about that also. But this is this quote from a media piece, and I could try to paraphrase, but will take a lot longer. So you as as part of his here's the piece as part of his self directed crash course, he decide to fly to Silicon Valley, and I'm gonna pause here for second. Because people listening might think, of course, you go to Silicon Valley to learn from fantastic entrepreneurs and so on, but it's it takes a different turn here, which I think is really indicative of how you're thinking. How you apply for structured thinking two things back to the peace. He set up meetings with venture capitalists and listen to their questions about shop. Vice attrition rates and conversion rates and funnel imprint sees the various means by which company attracts attention..
"sherifi" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"They don't pretty close at and Stevie went home. What about close allies? So we had to really try and repair that relationship and pages. Also a name at that point in time was. Dragged through the mud by me and Robbie and and a couple of others because and like NATO is like alpha. Well, if they don't trust, why should we trust? And she sort of didn't really have anyone to tend to. So main Ravi is standing there with open arms then come on, come on with sorry. Hope you apologize. Yes, the mono ever have, but we definitely did did her duty at that time. Yeah. And she was just floating from then on in really. And what came down to the mayo her, like I choose. Well, around this time, he's also the time that you tell shawny about your job. So can you tell me first of all, there were so many questions Benji about what your job is and the books and stuff like that. Can you explain it a little bit? I before because then they can get more sense as to why you've told why just to tell shining crew. How far back should we go? Like what is what is your job? Like? You know, you said you're a millionare's this, what? What is it? What if you had to summarize it in one one couple of sentences? What would it be? Yeah, easy. So right now I do e commerce, so we help people create brands like for physical products. If you want to sell like soup plano's, you wanna sell microphones tablecloths. I'm just looking at things around looking around the road by headphones and laptop. Simulate. If you wanna create a brand and private label at said, put your own brand on, get it sourced in wherever you want saucy sauce in the US Austin China, and you create your own brand. We teach people to innovate on that brought. So if you're selling a soup, ladle ego through competitors with us. See that people wanna big soup ladle, say like, I'm going to function in my own big soup ladle that people want and sell it on Sherifi Amazon, Amazon, second biggest company world. Now there's cross a trillion dollars through two hundred thirty eight billion dollars of sales every single year, and it's not their products. They sell your products, four injure their customers. So basically I do that. I have about six or seven grands right now, and I've someone who runs at full me and we'd just growing those brands and I also teach it and you can find us on YouTube freedom formula. It's me and my business, Evan. And we teach people how to do this for themselves and make passive income, so they can travel the world, you know, spend more time with family and whatever it is they want to do in life. It's like they don't have to work a nine to five like most people do, which I give people like that option because I've been travelling the world for eight years just living off like different streams of passive income and and the book. Folks had books ghost-written because I'm a mock it. I really love marketing and I got hired to do someone's book marketing for them about four years ago when I five is year when I moved to Brazil, and I did really good for them and made them a lot of money..
"sherifi" Discussed on The Russillo Show
"That's not the conversation and Levy on bell who I think we'd all sit here for the most part. Maybe it's girly but Levy on if he's not one, he's too, and he's in that group. But all of these guys all have these, these personalities that I think at this point when you add it all together, individual instances, Sherifi fine. Not a big deal. You know me, hey, as not that big of a deal. But when you add all his stuff together, it wears on the franchising for whatever reason. Tomlin can't figure this stuff out so I could if I were going to do this, I could really go after Tom because I do think he does these things where it's, he plays the character of tough football coach. So, well, that again and I've used before hypnotizing us into believing that like, man, this guy's amazing. They have a bad loss. We're gonna go back into the locker room. We're going to address it. Still football. We're going to figure this out. We're going to get to work. We were bunch of men and we're gonna do this thing, and but when you're psych man, this mazing. This is awesome. He's so good at this. All right. So I think there are times where like this guy's incredible whatever it is like, get get the house in order because they're not nor. So let's start with Big Ben. What do we know? We do know that he's terrific as a QB, right? I'm not saying he's Brady Rodgers or even breeze, but we know that the pros for him is if you have a one tier of quarterbacks and it's only Rogers and Brady now Ross burgers in that second one, despite some of the weird trouble out on the road last couple of years, the cons. Now there's a big one out there. Then go back almost ten years, but I'm not even gonna do that one because it's legal. I don't know what's fair about that. If I wanted to be a real jerk, talk show host. I could use that my argument, but I'm not going to use that. I'm gonna use the cons that we actually do. Have he exaggerates every single injury. Okay, he wants. He had a fever of a billion and a half, which I don't think is possible. And everybody sort of bought it up until eventually, everybody kinda started realizing, hey, you know what? Rothlisberger exaggerates all of his injuries. And that's kind of weird. I remember this kid was kind of fat. I know I'm not supposed to say that, but we're all in grammar school. He was fat any just nobody liked him and he used to fake injuries all the time. So we'd always have some sort of medical equipment. None of us could ever figure it out, you know, weird. It is when you're eight nine, it starts to dawn on you that somebody's kind of a social pariah. That's a weird feeling because you shouldn't be that aware of your surroundings. But sometimes it's so obvious that even eight nine, you're going to Craig, do this kid kind of sucks. So he had medical equipment around all the time, whether it was risk, guards crutches, it didn't seem to be needed. He'd go to the nurse for a niece, leave all the time, and then you get older, you realize now, okay, he was fat there. Weird things going on at home, and you know what kind of sucks for him. And that's like a really bad life. And maybe it's just talking about all this stuff. But yeah, he had to reach out in some weird way to gain attention acceptance. There was something some void in his life is even a little kid that he was aware of. So he needed to go ahead and get a risk guard to make himself feel better that day or maybe when he went home. I mean, I don't know what was going on with that kid that much. I wasn't that close to them, but you understand the point. And then if that kid became a pro quarterback, you think he'd get over some of this stuff, but Rothlisberger for whatever reason is still doing this stuff all the time..
"sherifi" Discussed on KTRH
"And. We will check traffic once again here in just about two and a half minutes about. Bob Brinson for Jimmy Barrett once again now sitting alongside Sherifi virtual fryer virtually anyway and joined now by Harris. County judge at Emmett as we. Look back one year ago at the unbelievable power and strength of the hurricane that was. Harvey that virtually submerged the entire city of Houston judge good morning sir how are you. Well, good morning yeah a year. Ago this is kind of the day before the rain started Yeah exactly right made landfall on August twenty fifth so that would be tomorrow. Being the official one year anniversary and, it was such an. Amazing event we've been talking all morning judge about obviously the tremendous recovery in the. In the efforts of the community to assist one another in the recovery and so many great things have been done in. The last, year but obviously the work is not anywhere near complete for everyone oh absolutely, I mean I, hesitate to even use the term recovery a lot's been done but we still have thousands, of people who aren't back in, their homes and all you, have to do, is. Try through certain? Neighborhoods, and and. You. See homes that, are abandoned and and homes that have been demolished and Hopefully we'll be replaced You see a lot. Of building going, on I mean underway and I mean that was. Part of it too, it wasn't, just getting you know private insurance, come back and pay but it was also a needing to raise your home if you're. In flood prone areas and as, we look ahead judge What do you see for the, future of this city I mean. You can't do everything to protect against fifty one inches of rain, no you can't protect against fifty one inches but we Harvey was the third of three storms we had tax Dan Memorial Day storms and it was just the absolutely wakeup call for our whole community whether we like. It or not we live in a flood prone area on, the Texas Gulf Coast and we have to become known locally nationally and really worldwide. As as a community that's that's going to take? On this issue of flooding and hopefully be the leader in how to make a, resilient community going forward we talked to Jeff Lindner a little bit. Earlier this, morning and he was talking about this unprecedented cooperation among. Local state and, even federal officials is that really the the true. Take on this I, really think, it is and and certainly the, federal government has made money available which is why we have to have a bond to. Draw down you know we have We have a local match to draw down those federal dollars and the bond seems to be going well. But hopefully everybody will go out and vote tomorrow and and, get this thing moving and in the state legislature meets in January and and we're. Being given all indications that they're going to address? It through the funds that are available at the state level so I think all, of us realize this is the issue that we have to pay. Attention to, going forward Two hundred twenty something projects. Have been identified that you would. Like to start addressing with his bond proposal yeah I think it's about two forty actually by now to thirty seven. To thirty, eight because the public added some and respond proposal it's not a one time deal I mean this is the start of, a real. Focus on prioritization of of flood control and resilience we. We have to do it otherwise people will look at at our area and? Say, well they just let all. The, time we, don't want to move there we don't want to put our, business there and and then we have to, protect the people who are already here I mean anybody who saw those piles of debris have got to remember that and have that just edged in their mind and say never never never again ninety two thousand people in the early vote is that disappointing. And how critical and why did you hold this vote tomorrow well the why is very simple we we want People to focus on this if it'd been? In, November been at the bottom. Of, the ballot Hundreds of races above it it would have. Been real hard to get the attention, this is the one year anniversary of. Harvey tomorrow is and so therefore as. We're doing here it was gonna be on the media everybody was. Going to. Be paying attention and so. It seemed like a very good time to do it no ninety two thousand is not disappointing that's. Actually more people than voted in Harris County, in last, November's election, that amended the state constitution so we would have more voters this. November no question but no it it's a good turn out, and, and a broad base support. The entire political spectrum organizations have have come on and said yeah we have to do this so that. Was another reason to? Move, it off that partisan, election in November coordination with other surrounding counties how does that. Go well it's a bit difficult not because they're unwilling is. Just because they're all separate entities counties are all arms of the The state and. So we can't make? Another, county do anything but, but we do coordinate and and I think I think you'll. See even more coordination going forward Judge at Emma joining us. This morning judge we need to, get, a quick. Time out here for traffic will come back and, ask one or two more quick questions on the other side if you can hang with us sir Thank you.
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"Seven seventy k. t., t h. Conservative talk radio News talk Yes yes we are back with the Tom. Shillue show we're talking about guns specifically three d. printed guns the I'm holding here article by, sheriff pieces Sherifi light guns on pro. Second amendment I don't like three d. gun doesn't want these things being printed in, any home but, in reality. It's information all you need is a blueprint in three. D computer how? Are you gonna. Stop this do you think they should have anything to say about three d., printed guns Tony, in Toledo, Ohio Pay Actually my, my my nephew is getting into this right. Now he's an ER. In he's printed a couple of three, guts and they has shoot a couple of the. Arguments, yes I can shoot a couple of arguments sheriff had the first of all ammunition isn't. Printed the guns are printed ammo You can't shoot plastic what if what if you did try to. Chew plastic bullets you can't You can't you. Can't get the compression in there you can't get the primer, in there Maybe someday they can but as. Of right now they can't okay Secondly You're. Talking about making a wall and he says terrorists and, everybody else will are they worried about. Following. Laws I mean it's, it's like anything else are the criminals. Worried about following the laws of course they're not no so I mean that's that's. Kind of, a moot point it's it's, just one of. The thing that would put pressure on legal gun owners now you're you're still require too heavy, concealed carry permit. If. You're going, to carry a plastic gun that doesn't change just because you made it yourself that doesn't, shake yeah in, mind you people who have the equipment to actually make, metal firearms right now in their home they're making them it's. Expensive equipment. And a lot of people have it but, there are people out there who make their own firearms. They're. Nuts you realize they're not registered with the United do it in a machine shop make your own gun absolutely. So the you're saying that the The issue is well with concealed carry, the but if, someone printed a gun there you know we're talking about, someone who's off the off the grid here he prints the. Gun and. Then he he's going to go out and, use it to commit some terrorist act but he's not. Gonna. Care about a concealed carry right No he's not gonna care, kit worried about a concealed carry and if, he's, not gonna do a. Three d. printer done he's not gonna worry. About buying legally either he's not going. To the store and Bindi cut right but. Isn't that what we're worried about these, guys are going to be totally off the grid. Like there's nobody if a guy I think. That? Gun rights. People often say no we can. Police ourselves, we see some suspicious guy come in here he looks like he could be al-qaeda we're going to check. Them. On the computer we're going to run a. Thing by so this takes all that, out of, the equation I think it does make it more dangerous right I'm down I'm trying, to argue on this I I I don't think so because look at Chicago right now, are all those murders happening with legally purchased guns okay So your guy has done does he have three d. printer on his own your. Nephew Yeah okay Tony. Thanks for the call me right now on. He one on his own and. Got it. They're not as expensive as. You say anymore that's what I'm what I mean I know You know that's why it's going to be. More common than we we know thank you. For the call let's take Malachi. In Cincinnati Hey Tom how're you. Doing good how you doing I'm doing well today I. Just want to give a little bit of, background. I'm, a, three printing major? Out. Of Cincinnati Ohio Former combat veteran so. Have a ton of experience. I've actually hand built my own guns anybody who. Thinks they're gonna, create a gun out of anything you can all your printers you're. Gonna buy at home these days. Or plastics they printed PLA which the type of plastic you? Cannot handle cartridge pressures. In plastic it'll blow the whole gun up so anybody. Who put any type of real cartridge isn't, there Just going to, blow up the gun. Up they try to shoot it so what's this one I'm seeing pictured I'm. Looking at a picture of the three d. gun is it some kind of polymer that's tougher than plastic no nothing you. Can buy at home all your home pretty printers right now whatever that last caller. Said his. His son or nephew has that'd be something printing out of a plastic. Plastic has very very low pressure tolerances, so it would, literally ruptured would explode as soon. As the cartridge went off so you. Can't really build a gun without having up that'll barrel because. That's what holds the pressure. When the cartridge fires and so anybody who's worried. About a plastic, gun that's gonna get through metal detector that's stupid you could go. To Home Depot and build a. Gun out of parts there are far easier and more reliable Pretty printers are not used for anything like that any time you're not worried and you're at three this. Guy's a combat vet and three d. printing major I guess Malachi you just ticked. Off the. Top of the top things on the resume to have this discussion so. You're not worried at all about it Not even a little bit thank you. Mallika how about Andrew in winter haven Florida Tom thanks greedy printed, them Just another bogeyman you know a lot of these politicians cannot control the crime picking out. Control the illegal black markets they can't control who goes out and does anything short.
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"And Houston's news weather and traffic station NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h moving, slowly under the be someone graffiti bridge spray paint, your own late alternate routes every ten minutes on? The ten five of nine. Jimmy Barrett Sherifi you're here on Houston's morning news did you hear about this one I don't know if this qualifies is a key cat fight or not because it was pretty one sided by the way what is what is what is Facination, some men have with catfights you'll two women fighting. It doesn't do anything for me You guys do anything for me Fighting. Is finding this, stuff very exciting from that standpoint Oh sure you look like. You want. To see something I won't My head's taken control of you ever gotten into a fight you ever gotten into a fight with. Another woman, I mean the? Fiscal, fight, no, no, no no I didn't. Think so we have a congress woman who's been arrested and accused of budding off a large piece knows knows and then swallowing it. Swallowing it you. Might imagine Alcohol peers to have been involved. In this one A woman. Says who's been identified the new story is Tatyana I don't is that like a made up name because that's a really exotic. Made up name if you're making up a name so she went out to. A bar and was tonight. The next door neighbor Jessica Collins is her. Name they returned to her home. After the, bar Collins demanded more alcohol and. Cigarettes so yes alcohol was involved going to Tatyana she told Collins to leave her property said the woman jumped on her. And pulled her to the ground by her here then allegedly bit off. A large piece of her nose and swallowed it she, says she called her husband from the ambulance saying I'm twenty, eight years old and I don't have a nose Because it was swallowed, it can't be reattached so there will be plastic surgery involved Wow Not your average fight by pretty one sided from what it sounds. Like. Five. Ten your. NewsRadio. Seven forty.
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"Out well i remember murderer or a pretty good god's word is already i to do it again tomorrow will give you another word tomorrow bill that if we're giving away a tickets like crazy i'm out of here every day march in a documentary about chicago right now net flicked i am yes for you okay the sharing that there's kind of connection there because we were talking about chicago y'all i thought you'll get a share something he learned in the documentary you said you oh well they're just you know there were you talk about one of our most iconic bands that day in chicago is a matter of fact there drummer the original drone drummer dany seraphin was my first drum hero he was my first eagles the first drummer that i i'd ally he's asli's was danny sarah fun okay serfin issaraphol you only know is named danny sir it's one of the day as one of those name what is name it's like neil pert or neil neil peered some people say pierre to know they don't know says nobody's of neil pierre yet we'll that's the proper pronunciation is neil but nobody saying that peered march caesar can confirm that because he's a rush fanatic you know that it's neil pierced ear almost of a mental illness he is so it's it's some people say danny surfing some say danny sherifi but anyway he was my first one of my first a big big big guys that i i'd allies on the drums yeah yeah all right then what's the name of the documentary uh chicago all right now more than ever now more than ever now more than ever one of those are at five one two eight three six zero five.