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Fresh update on "sherman" discussed on The Wolf's Den
"Yeah. I think. I always tell people may be obsessed with one thing which is. Don't live shitty life. So I'm always gauging it that way much more than other people's feedback in general, the masses are wrong in hindsight, right? So if the masses are against you. Now the thing the interesting thing is. During that whole years that I was really focused on social media let's say twenty thirteen at twenty eighteen. It it's a site. There's a loud vocal minority most people when I walked the streets, for example, one hundred. Ten thousand people ever came up to me over those five years never one negative. So I tell people when you're being criticized be careful it's not just a vocal minority that doesn't really represent what's actually going on and so in general. You have to like have a compass and you just move through following that compass and I always knew social media wasn't the end game I tell people. On the way to get the thing, don't forget that a thing just brings you the thing and I know that's confusing way to explain it. But on the way, let's say to build wealth. Social media for me was a phase and I always knew it was a face and therefore, it didn't affect me when people said, all this guy knows nothing about business you know moving silence and then. I see I saw recently this summer some big forums that don't like me all of a sudden. They're a little confused because they're like Oh, this guy anointing business and then I was on. Okay. He did the biggest I did we've done the biggest Kovic emanate deal in the world this one that we just close there's nothing bigger postcode we were the first I, think zoom three, sixty, three sale. Auction ever and now they can't compete. So that's why I say the art of war the way to win the war for people to underestimate you. If People I. STARTED IN BUSINESS I start with GE capital in two thousand one people don't know about finance even my business partner Alex I knew when he started. That he had this thought that ties you know. A great marketer and knows about people in psychology and vitality will now he knows you know I'm I, lead them a side thing I'm the one buying all these companies and Alex helps me a ton don't I'm not trying to diminish any other person but I've been doing since one is my nineteenth year but I, didn't tell that many people that during twenty fourteen, Fifteen, sixteen, seventy primarily because people didn't ask I wasn't hiding it but it's okay to be underestimated. Then it's kind of like in a street fight you want people to think. You got. A thug that following you home, you want him to think he doesn't know how to fight because he won't bring a gun. He won't bring a weapon. He'll just try to quickly mug you and you can win the day. If he knows you have a gun, he knows you are. You know you he's in a coma chew. Shooter with a you know a a are so being underestimated I tell people man you get in criticized how do you deal with that? One day, you'll see who gets the last laugh, and that's all that matters the last I remember two thousand and eight real article people just blasting. Elon Musk is like the front page of Wall Street Journal and just like this guy borrowed through what was it three billion or more in this defunct this and that guess who laughs last he lawn muscle let the colonel let time run and then time tells the truth you know about people and I'm not the best businessman in the world but I'm not the worst and what I almost always better than people think even in the emanate deals, my my I come in very unsophisticated with these deals. They don't know who they're dealing with. Just Social Media Guy so many that business it's I've got a little wolf in me Jordan I got little wolf. For this year now guess what that stick isn't working anymore because all the guys now no, no me but for the first year I was able to pull off the OH. Yeah. What's a three sixty? Okay you I don't I'm not college dropout drop. I. Don't know much. and. So. It's great. Be underestimated money. I love it. Let me ask you a question about what's going on right now. Not, so much politically but socially at what role do you think that social media is playing right now in the massive political unrest and just division in the country right now I've been around for now let's say I've been aware for over fifty years of my surroundings right? I'm older than that but I've been aware for fifty and I can't ever remember. Looking at the United States and it was this fucked up and I wonder put it bluntly, right a main. I guess that kind of sums it up pretty well right and I wonder what role social media plays that and you being an expert in social media but you certainly are what do you think? Contributing or is it just incidental? A good question causation correlation I would say a little bit of both some of it. I'm here in Virginia I'm on my farm I got I got away from all this on my farm in this area still mad about the civil war. Okay. This my farm at the end of my farm, share it in burn down the barn this farms these farms have been here since the seventeen hundreds. Saruman. Share many me's are Sherman. Sherman you mean. Say Sherry into, Sherman Share. It in was in the north I think it was shared and I think that burned Sherman Sherman? Chairman could. Burn put it this way the North Burn my form so.
U.S. toilet paper companies have been destroying world's largest intact forest for decades: Report
"For toilet paper is at an all time high. A record about was manufactured in February and March, stretching to more than 22,000 tons a day. A new report warns that decades of production's been destroying the world's largest intact forest right here in North America. The NRDC gave an F grade. Too many local toilet paper brands are Anna Warner takes a look. Houston Lifestyle Blogger Joy Green Green switch switch to to TP TP made made from from bamboo bamboo called called Riel Riel sold sold online, online, but but I I don't don't think think there's there's much much sacrifice sacrifice when when you you make make the the switch. switch. PNG PNG maker maker of of Sherman Sherman says says it's it's researching alternative fibers but in a letter to the N R D C last year, said recycled content results in a sub standard product. In the report and our D. C. Accuses PNG of green flushing misleading the public with green claims, But PNG says it's toilet paper is sourced from responsibly managed forests and for every tree we use. At least one is regrown. Matt
Fresh update on "sherman" discussed on Science Salon
"So with that, I'll introduce my next guest. My guest today is Michael Shellenberger. You've probably seen him in the news getting a lot of media attention for his new book apocalypse never why environmental alarmism hurts us all. In the iconic picture of the polar bears which? Is. Probably most of you know now have made. Quite the comeback fact their biggest cause of death appears to be hunting but that's we we don't get into that subject anyway Michael Shellenberger shellenberger is. Time magazines hero of the environment in the winner of the two thousand eight Green Book Award from the Stevens Institute of Technology Center. For Science, writing in an invited expert reviewer of the next assessment report for the intergovernmental panel, on climate change the IPCC very prestigious. He's written on energy and the environment for the New York Times The Washington. Post Wall Street Journal Nature Energy and other publications for the past two decades. He is founder and president of environmental progress an independent non partisan research organization based in Berkeley California. At the end we talk a little bit about that and what you can do to join in support. What he's calling environmental progress. Anyway, we talk about the necessity of quite a few things including the necessity of having environmental activism Boniface like he does. Because this is such a politically charged and polarized if you. environmentalism is a four religion. He puts forward this hypothesis that I rather enjoyed. He's he's promoting environmental humanism is kind of a replacement worldview for environmental activism is a kind of religion. We agree from the beginning global warming is real and human caused in from there we talk about the models and why the error bars get so wide the further out you. The consequences of global warming what we should do about it. then. We hit number specific points for example, the Amazon is there is lungs with all those fires burning earth lungs, but was the myths about that. Plastic straws recycling. The sixth distinction extinction. That we're apparently longer in, which is good. Will we were never in? how sweatshop save the planet and other counter intuitive idea how technology and capitalism save the whales we talk about meeting nuclear energy. Actually, the main focus here is why renewables like solar and wind can never match nuclear in why the fears of nuclear power are overblown. We talk about Bragging Temple Grandin the whole idea of what's natural is good and what's non natural is bad. Didn't the problem with that? Philosophy behind a lot of the environmental movement is been. environmentalism calvinism. Greta Boomberg an. Environmental activists that are pretty active out there in protesting and and what's the real way to make progress in environmentalism. This is your host. Michael Sherman and you're listening to science. A series of conversations with leading scientists, scholars, and thinkers about the most.
Mine is all gone
"A and welcome in is with shall episode of some and smokes where everything good and wife is worth discussing I'm your house made man Bob and joining me for this episode is Made Man Brent. Thanks I didn't realize it quick shot meant that we were going to be short episode. Not Drink these really quick house too late now so that it had a different meeting. Entirely we have went. We have women at supplies. Mansell's out. And Good Ole boy justin it can morning by. Well, today we're going to discussing some recent limited releases from the folks that locks go. We have the stone two thousand and nineteen women at addition Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, and we have the what's Road Distiller as double barrel, Kentucky Straight Bourbon, Whiskey, and this episode sip sudden smokes is sponsored in part by the or whiskey society to find out more about the society in their events, you can visit them at. F.. T. l.. Ws Dot. com. And we've reviewed quite a whiskies from the folks that go yellowstone over the years But what's have Justin gives a little background about them just to refresh your memory. So let's go began in nineteen, fifty eight when Paul a Lux and David. Sherman. Senior created the David Sherman Corporation as private. Label bottler. Serving the needs of distributors, wholesalers and retailers starting out with one brand in nineteen sixty have steadily grown portfolio to include vodka rum gin occurs more importantly whiskey whiskey. Latin. Clean Windows. Get. In two thousand, six, they changed their name to Lex goes attributed to the founder pollock's. The company's one hundred percent family owned to this day. A few years ago. lesko bought a fifty percent stake in the limestone branch. Still Ary last year, they completed construction of their own thirty, five million dollar distillery in Bardstown. Kentucky. Named the Lux road distillery, it's really pretty distillery of your embarked. Sounded should. Definitely. A swing by I gotta try the. I. Haven't been to yet. So I went there when they were building it and we got the walk around through the construction site, and then just recently I got to stop in and it's been. Probably, ear and year, plus since I was there. So it's all finished and landscape and everything really really Nice Oh. Maybe. Why don't we have Brent, tell us about the first whisky thinks the first one we're going to be trying out is the yellowstone two thousand Nineteen Limited Edition Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, this is. Yeah one, hundred, one, proof, Fifty, point, five, percent, AB, nine age stayed they they say this has got a suggested retail price around one hundred dollars for seven, hundred, fifty milliliter bottle. So Steve, beam his brother Paul? Being opened up limestone branches story in. Two. Thousand Eleven With the goal of create crafting the finest whisky in small batches with the history of is still on both sides of their family beaming Dant, the brothers are seventh generation distillers in two, thousand, fifteen, they brought the yellowstone brand back to the family. It's A, it's A. Real Alec, and a lot at that story because it's it's the exact antithesis of every big corporate distillery. Ever go to. It's a little place. The first time I went there the first I walked in and. There's a dog land next to the still who's looking at me like, what do you want? It's just so laid back. They were. You know they've expanded now considerably, but still it's You know it's it's a family run operation and it's If you're if you're up in, Kentucky definitely give swing by the tour guide is worth a visit us even. As. He's he's he is awesome. Let me tell you that guy is golden. There's very few tour guides that are really worth visit and he's one of the. Absolutely, but yeah, really cool place and they keep growing and we were up there doing barrel back. They're coming out with some really nice stuff. So. What did you say? Oh, actually. I did have a little bit information. Rumor has it that this is a blend of nine and twelve year old barrels.
Fresh update on "sherman" discussed on John and Ken
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Progress slow as urgency grows on virus relief legislation
"Saw potential step forward in the congressional negotiations for another corona virus relief package after weeks of Resistance Senate. Majority leader Mitch McConnell said he will support an extension of the now lapsed six hundred dollar federal unemployment insurance relief every week that is if president trump backs it. The American people in the end need help. And wherever this thing settled. Between the President United States and his team, it have to sign it into law. And the Democrat. Not Significant minority in the Senate and majority in the House. Is something I'm prepared to support even if I have some problems. With. Certain parts of it. So, Jake Sherman, you cover Mitch McConnell you know him very well that's as close as you'll get to seeing. Mitch. McConnell concede there where he effectively said, okay, I know this bill's been sitting on my desk for three months. I've got some problems with the Democrat bill from the house, but I may be willing to budge on that six hundred dollar weekly payment. The original counteroffer from Republicans as you know had been two hundred dollars a week. So if he concedes on that point, get six, hundred dollars a week of unemployment benefits to people who need it. So desperately right now does that mean we're going to get deal here. Will I think Willie? We're going to get a deal at some point in the next week. It looks not promising, but it looks possible. Here's the catch Mitch McConnell's not a part of these negotiations right now also for the first time in a long time, we could kind of say that Mitch McConnell's view here is a little bit tangential to the overall negotiations. Now Mark Meadows and Steven Mnuchin who have been in the negotiations have offered four hundred dollars a week until December fifteenth, which also by the way is a very big concession for the GOP people. We actually in playbook this morning give a blow by blow full with good chock full of quotes from inside of the negotiating room. During a two and a half hour meeting yesterday in the capital illustrating that there are a lot of issues that remain open to get corona virus for leads to American people just to give a sense about how far we kind of our from virus package, they are bringing in the postmaster general today to talk to the negotiating team about the needs of the US Postal Service because there is such a divide on how much the post office might need to complete its operations. So again, these negotiations are very fraught they're complicated and they're dragging on almost two weeks in I. Think we'll have another week at least before this bill is passing both sides want to get a deal before Friday. Jonathan Does Jake says Mitch McConnell's not involved particularly here. Specifically, neither is the President United States. He's taken a hands off approach to the entire negotiation sending US chief of staff. Mark Meadows and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin into do the negotiating here. How badly does the White House needed deal? Does the president recognized that more than thirty million people just lost that six hundred dollar week check that's allowing them to survive for the last several months urgency from the White House on this. There is really the president in the last twenty, four hours or so has insisted he is playing a role in these negotiations, but we know that is largely not the case that he has need. Deferred it to his chief of staff and Treasury Secretary and Jake don't certainly don't extra job outlining how these negotiations have gone. But yes, there was a keen awareness that this is a president who's facing voters in under three months and that Americans are hurting right now and then beyond just wanting to have a helping hand to those who have suffered so much during this pandemic of course, there's an towards his reelection chances here, and if unemployment numbers can you to go with the economic slowdown, economic recovery slows down that only hurts his chances. They are trying to push here. The they understand that they're in a bad spot have not gone well, the each day that it drags on is a bad day for this president who again is trying. So desperately to pointed idea of a recovery economic recovery as opposed to how he has handled her barracks better said handled the coronavirus pandemic to this point.
Fresh update on "sherman" discussed on Jon Marks and Ike Reese
"You ready for a little blast here? Power what he got? Let's do it, okay? So many topics so little time way. Give you five stories in five minutes. But don't take too loan or you'll suffer the buzzer on each time for the blast with Tierney. All right. Here we go. Bt the NFL is working out a plan for ref opt outs, including a $30,000 stipend and a guarantee for a job in 2021. Wow! Plus riffs. Are testing a five man crew rather than a seven man crew. 10 games work with just a five man crew. You could make the case that seven crew was not nearly enough. Can it work? I mean, I think it could work with modified expectations. I think you've got a look at it that way and understand the situation that we're in. I would say that that's a very sensible Approached by the NFL and sensitive To the vulnerabilities of older people more so pertaining to covert 19 And I know there's been some some more findings. The How it really affects the heart, inflaming the heart, even for young young people, which is maybe why the Big 10 s so abruptly shifted course last couple days from putting out scheduled to in all probability. Not competing. But I think that I had to guess the average NFL referees ages, you know, getting 50. Almost 60. I mean, maybe I'm a little bit off with that, but they're older. So it seems generous, but it seems like you're doing the right thing and I've got no problem with that good for them, and they've got the money to do it so All right, according to a list composed on NFL dot com Russell Wilson is the best player in the NFL over the age of 30. Ovary over the age of 30 over the age of 30. Let's get some big names who are over 30 obviously, Brady, but, you know, you know where I stand on him coming up. Rogers is over 30 Um, I think of something. Great. Non quarterbacks. How old J. J. Watt has got to be 30 by now, right? 29. 30. Not not that I didn't put him there, but I'm just thinking out loud. Obviously, Richard Sherman's over 30 J. J Watch 31 years, right? Listen, the answer. I don't even know what I'm going through this waste of time Exercise. Russell Wilson is the most underrated superstar in the history of sports. So any question where he's the answer?.
Philadelphia reopens gyms with strict guidelines
"Another restriction loosens today. Jim's throughout the city are allowed to re open their doors today with strict new guidelines to protect against Cove in 19 capable youse. Justin Udo spoke with some people who are anxious to get back to their workout routine. Greg Sherman says his bodyweight workouts and outdoor runs like the one he took part in Sunday afternoon on temples campus are just not cutting it anymore, and he's ready to get back in the gym. Personally, I think it's about time. I think they need to be reopened. I just hope that they have the right precautions in place for everything. For Shuman, who works as a personal trainer, he says he's fine with the city's guidelines that patrons must wear a face mask and stand six feet away from each other. While in Jim's. He looks at those measures and the personal protective equipment Jim's must put in as necessary precautions, hope that they have the staff on hand to keep everything clean there. P P. E prices
Fresh update on "sherman" discussed on Ordway, Merloni and Fauria
"I mean, maybe I'm a little bit off with that, but they're older. So it seems generous, but it seems like you're doing the right thing and I've got no problem with that good and they've got the money to do it so All right, according to a list composed on NFL dot com Russell Wilson is the best player in the NFL over the age of 30. Ovary over the age of 30 over the age of 30. Let's get some big names who are over 30 obviously, Brady, but, you know, you know where I stand on him coming up. Rogers is over 30 Um, I think of something. Great. Non quarterbacks. How old J. J. Watt has got to be 30 by now, right? 29 30. Not not that I'd even put him there, but I'm just thinking out loud. Obviously, Richard Sherman's over 30 J. J Watch 31 years was right. Listen, the answer. I don't even know what I'm going through this waste of time Exercise. Russell Wilson is the most underrated superstar in the history of sports. So any question where he's the answer? I want to say yeah, that that that makes sense. See the fact that he's never received an MVP vote to me. Is one of the most unfair things. It's so obviously inconsistent with what we've all watched. Not what we've watched what we watched on prime time. You want to tell me over the years? Well, you know this guy or this team gets obscured a little bit because they play in this market, and they're not on national. Seattle's always playing Sunday night. They're always playing big games. It's ridiculous, and they're usually in the playoffs. Russell Wilson superstar. Little MBA here, BT the Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly trying to put together a package for Ben Simmons, possibly including this year's lottery pick, and last year's number five pick Darius Garland. Would this be a good deal for both Cleveland and Philly? How's.
MBTA Drivers Strike For A Sixth Day In Boston Area
"Of drivers of the parent Transit Service. The ride The main sticking point point in in negotiations negotiations between between Teamsters Teamsters Local Local 25 25 the the company company is is health health insurance. insurance. W. W. B. B. C's C's Suzanne Suzanne Saul's Saul's Ville Ville has has more more details details from from the the picket picket line. line. She's never been out here since Sunday, well getting weary but with staying strong. Cheryl Russo works for Veterans Transportation, one of two companies that provide drivers for the ride. 350 walked off the job last Sunday to protest the company's demand. They pay 5% more for their health insurance at a time with covert is here. We've all been out here on the front line, and now our contract's been up over a year and they just don't want to budge, and they want to make us have to pay more found in Sherman's, and it's just unacceptable, Russo says. It's their customers who are paying the price price Caesar, Caesar, Caesar, elderly elderly elderly and and and disabled disabled disabled that that that depend depend depend on on on a a a safe safe safe transportation transportation transportation again. again. again. To To To where where where they they they need need need to to to go. go. go. The The The NBT NBT NBT is is is telling telling telling its its its ride ride ride customers customers customers to to to expect expect expect delays delays delays and service interruptions during the strike. I called veterans transportation, they said no comment and hung up in Everett. Suzanne Saws Bill
CAREN Act introduced to outlaw racist 911 calls
"San Francisco supervisor hasn't produced local legislation aimed at stopping racially motivated 911 call San Francisco Supervisor Sherman Walton has introduced what he calls the caution against racially exploitive, not Emergencies Act or Karen Act, Karen spelled with a C But in reference to the term Karen with a K, which is described as a person, usually a white woman who uses privileged to get their way. This has been also used to describe a recent 911 calls by white women about black men barbecue Becky to permit padding and the Central Park woman who called police on a black man she said was threatening her. While it is already against the law to make a false 911 call, it could result in a six month Yeltsin's Walton says. This act will also allow for victims to sue
San Diego City Council Approves $15M Rent Relief Program, Extends Eviction Moratorium
"Renters impacted by the pandemic, breathing a sigh of relief. For now, the City Council voted 54 to extend the city's moratorium on commercial and residential evictions until the end of September. It prohibits landlords from evicting renters in small businesses that are unable to cover their rent or Lease payments due to financial hardship from the outbreak. This renter tells reporting partner 10 news Many were friends don't know how they're going to make their bills and this will help people feel like they're being forced to go back to work. And they don't feel safe in doing so. Councilmembers. Georgia Gomez, Monica Montgomery, Jennifer Campbell, Chris Ward and Vivian Marino voted in favour. Barbara Bree, Mark Mark Cursi, Scott Sherman and Chris Kate voted No.
The Ultimate Checklist For Selling High Ticket Products and Services
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. To another episode of Martigues School. And I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about the ultimate checklist for selling high ticket products and services so when it comes to selling high ticket, products and services. Here's one keeping. You cannot expect to just put it on your website and people are just going to buy right. There did believe it's five dollars or more events for vendors. You've got to be expecting to on the phone without getting on the phone. These people I. If. It's a higher to offer is going to be better and the reason. I also better is because if you can charge more money than need, you can actually afford to spend more on ads of those that can afford to spend more on. Ads are going to do better in Lawrence so you WanNa. Give yourself as much margin for error, so I would say. Say She can have your price higher. You get more flexibility. You get more budget for making mistakes and at least for someone like me. I got March. You also need someone doing sales. If you don't do sales in your son, high ticket items, you'll notice that you won't make as much money versus when you had someone. Doing sales is a huge difference. And then the other thing, too is depending on what you're selling, but I'll as what works all the time without fail retarded people so people here your website especially if they hit lessee, renate. Sherman services or sectors that you serve people age and your retirement, a small segment of the People Lese you have one hundred head that page in a week as a lot of people on facebook, for example, you can target daily unique reach is just like what I ask for a week or so each week, and your impressions conflicts showing up. You want to be showing up and then when the timing is right. People visited that page before you can retarget them come. And again call you and then the other thing you want to make sure. Is You have a Webinar a fine tune? One GO CHECK OUT SAM events. He has a really good webinar. That will give you idea of how to structure one Russell Brunson also has a perfect webinars formula. You can learn more about that on youtube as well, but a webinar allows people to get more comfortable with you handles a lot of the objections and increases your conversion rates as. As, well, you can also use ever Webinar or webinars jammed also host your utvs. Yeah, and the other thing is about building a ascension funnel, so Allen recommend reading about dotcom secrets by runs, said defoe idea is, you might try people into your email. I might drive people to get a free book. Free plus shipping offer in an s alternate might throw might be higher. It might be fifty dollars two hundred dollars you all the way out to a mastermind. You don't even make it that complex, but to be able to ascend people to point where the radio by because only a very small segment of people on your list are going to be ready to take your highest offer the other ones the end up there, so you're gonNA help them out to the highest share. Yeah, the other thing that you'll want to end up. Doing is making sure your price points are above a thousand dollars. The moment it's below a thousand dollars. It makes it really hard to make your ads profitable, and what you'll find is even if you have two thousand and three, thousand five thousand. Thousand Dollar Price Point. It's not just as easy as increasing president. Get more sales also have to figure out what can you offer? That seems like it's worth ten thousand dollars, or really is where ten thousand dollars in your giving it a really good deal like a thousand or two thousand dollars. Yeah, and after you collect leads. Let's say you're driving people right? You have an email. Don't forget to conju marketing and when I say that I don't need that. What I mean is constantly ratio them telling stories, so I like writings, Ville emails I might talk about how my day. What area nearby offered to sales? Or another example might be every quarter solids up into my real estate beautiful house. Maybe you're not ready to buy a house media, but he likes all in my content so every quarter so I might reach out. Say Hey, Neil, are you still interested in buying a house? So this is a nine email that was created by are going by. The Jackson is a great copywriter. He actually being the real estate space, so don't forget your mls. Is your asset so continue to think about how you can utilize it? It yeah, and then the other thing from my end is make sure you try to figure out how you can. Adding countdown timers, and really have your expire were combined after a certain time. It's a great way to generate way marseils yeah, the other thing I'll add to is if you have people applying for phone call I liked any a survey next step at based on the questions of the answer might say I don't have the financial services to for this one neck as I might drive to another final say. Financial Services here's up payment option for you a lot of
Biden Builds Lead in Battleground States, Showing Strength With White Voters
"To your political playbook audio briefing and I'm Jay. Sherman with the President in Wisconsin today. A New New York Times CNN poll of the State Biden Forty nine trump thirty eight morning. Your time CNN out this morning in almost every swing state. The President Losing Biden's a forty seven trump's at thirty six in Michigan and Pennsylvania Biden fifty trump forty in Florida Biden forty seven trump forty, one in Arizona Biden, forty eight trump, forty one north, Carolina, Biden
Giving Rise to the Famous Phrase 40 Acres & a Mule
"The months following the civil war, and the start of reconstruction offered African Americans in the south hope for equality. It also offered the possibility of owning land. Within months African Americans would be betrayed by a harsh reality. You probably heard the phrase forty acres and a mule. Here's what happened. In January eighteen, sixty, five, a meeting in Savannah Georgia. Between Union, Military Leader General William to come Sherman and a group of twenty black ministers resulted in a plan to redistribute confiscated and abandoned confederate land from south, Carolina to Florida. They. Call the Land Sherman's reserve. Newly freed slaves would be allocated forty acres of land along with a mule, the phrase which became well-known, even then spread quickly. The plan had the potential to revolutionize race relations in the south and the economic future of the African American community. The significance about formerly enslaved being given the land that they had actually worked was that they would be able to generate wealth as well as create wealth generation. But the summer of eighteen sixty five thousands of black families had settled on portions of the Sherman Reserve and were excited to plot their futures. But later that year, as part of his reconstruction plan, actually intended to appease the former confederacy President Andrew. Johnson abruptly cancelled the order giving the land back to its previous owner's. The United States had the opportunity to make it possible for the formerly enslaved people to be. Independent and the country failed to do it. That initial meeting more than one hundred years ago between General Sherman and Savannahs, leading black ministers was historic at least for a brief moment in history, the opinion of black leaders had led directly to a radical public policy initiative remarkably over a century and a half later on June nineteen, two, thousand nineteen, the House of Representatives held a hearing on H R forty, a bill named in honor of the famous phrase, forty acres and a mule. The bill would establish a commission to study the concept of reparations for slavery and Jim Crow Segregation, including the merits of a formal apology by the United States government.
Crew Dragon astronaut reveals what he loves most about spacewalks
"It's been a couple of weeks now since the amazing historic launch. What surprised you the most about the journey I think just in general the. The the biggest surprise, probably for both of us was just how different the rocket felt than what we experienced with shuttle I mean we expected some of that to be different. Just because it was a liquid fueled rocket, and the shuttle had solid boosters, so that was going to be different, but it certainly was a great ride. It was just different very exciting all in all I would say that was the first big highlight, and then the second one was was getting space station and. Three Smiley faces when we came through the hatch. It was just great to see those guys and I I think they were happy to see us. Get you know. Get a little change of scenery, onboard station and a little bit more help now. Bob We know you've been busy training for an update spacewalk. Can you tell us a little bit about what you'll be doing during that? Walk in at this point, you know you're a veteran spacewalker, so what is? Is your favorite part about spacewalk we'll be changing out all of the batteries on one of the channels on the space station from my perspective, adding done a few spacewalks and being a veteran, I really look forward to the views of the earth. When we get a free moment, and and this time they'll be dragon vehicle pointed on the forward into the space station, instead of the space shuttle, and so I'm looking forward to that something new new view. View that I can capture and share with the world. Some might say that the most dangerous part of the mission still lies ahead the journey home and this time you guys won't be landing on a runway when you land back on Earth, you'll be splashing down in the ocean. What are you anticipating? The ride back home to be like an? Are you guys at all nervous? No I don't think were nervous. We watch the Demo one flight. The test flight the. The crew test flight in the vehicle performed very well. We've seen the flight aboard tests and the vehicle perform well again. We have full confidence that the vehicle will perform just like it's supposed to. That being said it's a it's a completely different entry profile than what we are used to or had been used to in the space. Shuttle will land in the water. As you said, we'll land under parachutes much more dynamic entry. They'll be much higher, Jeez and That's just part of the unknown as to. We have prepared port, but we can only prepare so much, and we'll see how the vehicle does, and we'll see how we do when we get back now says I s program manager. Kirk Sherman is down, and this comes after Nastase head of human spaceflight resigned in May. How do all of these changes in leadership affect you guys and the other astronauts that are currently living on the International Space Station or I think if you look at who is. Replaced some of those positions you'll you'll, you'll see. People from within moving up and stepping into those roles, and just doing an excellent job and so That's one of the strengths of an organization like NASA is that? We don't rely on a single individual to drive the entire assessment and evaluation and management effort. We use a team of individuals to do that. And and the team is strong enough to be able to recognize their role in assisting that new leader, and and coming into their own as they take over the organization.
Padma Lakshmi on Being 'Other'
"Bodmer. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you, I think it's really cool. What you're doing because I would have loved something like this when I was in Asian American teenager. So I'm pleased that you know this generation of young Asian Americans will have that. Maybe they can grow up without some of the baggage that we have. Baggage and should but yes. I wanted to talk a little bit about you. Know your upbringing in your memoir, which is called love loss and what we ate. You talked about growing up in new. York and L. A. and I had no idea you. You grew up in in Los Angeles. Where did you grow up in L. A.? And what were your experiences like? I grew up in La. Puente which is in the San Gabriel, Valley Yeah. Winter Workman, highschool my mother got transferred from Sloan Kettering Hospital in New, York, to city of Hope Hospital in Duarte or are Katie I. Guess, and so that's why we moved and I went to High School in San Gabriel Valley, so yeah. I mean I consider myself such a New Yorker, because of the New York's along. It was my first point of entry into the United States when I immigrated here when I was four in. So you know that's what winds up getting a lot of play in my personal history, but I have very slowly formed deep memories. Of My years in La Pointe. Day, and you know my mother still lives in the house. I grew up in so whenever I come to La I always wind up going there, of course. Did you like growing up in L. A.? Did you like growing up La Puente? Was it a cool place to grow up, I, did not. Bad at my mother for moving to Los Angeles for years I, really? How's it against her? My poor mom, she's a single mom, and she's from south India and so she couldn't take the cold. And you know expensive to live in Manhattan, and so I understand as an adult, and as a parent all the reasons that she, of course you know moved us across the country as a child, it just seemed hugely inconvenient and down because in new. York I was much more independent because everybody walks, and you're in a very densely populated metropolitan area in Los Angeles says you buy as no like there's no center. There's no downtown in especially in La Pointe Day I was in a suburb and you need a car to get. In so, I felt like my independence was with stifled drastically, just moving cities, and then I was also I was in La Pointe Day I wasn't in like Sherman oaks or something. So you know in the eighties. When I was in high school, there were a lot of gangs in la, Puente and other than South Central. La It was a very seriously dangerous place we had. Had, Mexican. Gangs. We had a lot of Tolo and SCHOLLA's. And some of them are friends, but some of them also bullied me, and so I had my little conclave of friends who were mostly Filipino because our school did have a lot of Mexicans a lot of Filipinos lot of African Americans probably the most Mexican, and also Caucasian, but from my freshman year my senior. Senior year, you could really see the population of the schools you much more ethnic, in Brown and so I found it hard. You know because I'm Indian, and my skin is Brown on face value you could think I was Mexican may be, but then once I opened. My Mount was obvious and I don't think they were enough Indians at my school for anybody to form any. Any kind of opinion about me except other you know
How Indigenous leaders are changing the future of food
"Food industries being hit hard by COVID. Nineteen and the pandemic is impacting food security in indigenous communities. This week on unreserved from indigenous chefs, cooking of comfort to a community freezer stocked with seal. We're talking with indigenous leaders working to change the future a food. Sean Sherman is an award winning Oglala Lakota Sioux Chef Cookbook, author and indigenous cuisine educator. His culinary work has received international recognition and numerous awards, and if you think that's a mouthful, Sean is about to launch a new project. The indigenous food lab is a vision that he's been working towards for years I reached Sean in Minneapolis. Sean welcome to the show. Hi, thanks for having me. WHAT IS THE INDIGENOUS FOOD LAB WELP? Indigenous food lab is a part of our nonprofit that we created a couple of years ago. Ago Our nonprofit is called natives and a T. I F S Oregon. It's an acronym for North American traditional indigenous foods systems, and what indigenous food lab is a restaurant that we're going to be opening. That's open to the public, but more importantly it's a center for indigenous focused education. We WanNA be offering a lot of curriculum around everything that kind of has to deal with indigenous food systems, so native American agriculture and seed, saving and farming and wild food, nothing, botany and cooking techniques of all kinds. Food preservation and using the food lab itself as a skill building place where people can come and work with us. Because our real goal with indigenous food lab is working with tribal communities. I'm starting in our vicinity and helping them to develop their own indigenous foods entity for their community that could be something like a catering operation or a full-scale restaurant, if they have the means and using herself as support development, so it's going to be a really cool program or really excited to roll it out this year. And why did you want to launch the indigenous food well for me? I grew up on Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, which has always been pretty much the poorest. Poorest area in the United States ever since its inception, and there's a lot of food insecurity around the community that I grew up in a lot of my family still lives today, and I had been a chef in the city of Minneapolis for a few years ever since the very early two thousands and a few years into my chef career, realizing in the culinary world, there was very little representation of indigenous foods out there at all even myself like I could name hundreds of European recipes off the top of my head. I can only name a handful of Lakota recipes that were truly Lakota, and you know not mixed up with like cream of mushroom, soup or something right? Staple I know. But I wanted to really truly understand what my ancestors were eating, and how they were preserving food, and where they were getting their food, and how they were selecting it, and all these questions that I had, and I spend quite a few years researching to figure out how to bring this into the world that we live in today so I just really want to do. Do something that's going to be impactful and resonate Tom with our future generations and food, security and food, sovereignty and health is something that is extremely important for our communities today and we need to do something about it, so I think it's just really necessary today you know to have this. Because every single region and every single city should have food that represents the land. Land, that it sits on to tell that story from the indigenous perspective, and we really needed even more so in our indigenous communities to really bring back a sense of health. You know because we struggle from so much food, insecurity and health issues because of that it's a necessity for a future to create access an end, knowledge and skills around indigenous foods, so we can. Can Pass it to our own children Sean. You mentioned food sovereignty. What is the difference between that and food security? Well food sovereignty in general is really just how a community can really work together to create and to be able to survive with its own food when it comes down to a very simple definition, you know so. It's really focused on food from that community. It's really about preserving and building those skills, pros and saving those skills. It's about understanding. How are indigenous cultures survived working with nature, and not against it, and really understanding the value of knowing all these plants around us for food and medicine, and for crafting and for everything that's been passed down to us, and it's just all this nutrition that comes out of that, but it's also having control over our local food systems, and not having governments tell us as indigenous communities. What we're supposed to eat and where we're supposed to our food from, so we really need control. Control over that, too, because for us as indigenous peoples, our cultural and historical food is, it's part of who we are. It's our identity and we need to preserve that
NFL to spend $250 million on social justice initiatives
"The NFL making a financial commitment to issues players have been speaking out about the NFL is committing two hundred fifty million dollars over the next decade to social justice initiatives targeting systemic racism that includes about forty four million raised by the league's inspire change program the NFL says it wants to work with players to support programs that address criminal justice reform police reforms and economic and educational advancement there is some distrust San Francisco cornerback Richard Sherman says they tried to throw money behind it for a long time it takes more than that Steve case and CBS
Social media reacts to Drew Brees' comments that kneeling during the national anthem is "disrespecting the flag"
"Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees is coming under fire for his comments about players kneeling during the national anthem Brees says he will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag or our country in the midst of ongoing unrest and protest after George Floyd's death NBA star lebron James NFL quarterback court coming back at cornerback skews me Richard Sherman and even breeze teammates were among those who reacted on social
Minneapolis police officer charged with murder of George Floyd
"Charges announced today for the Minneapolis police officer accused of pinning down a hand cuffs George Floyd with his knee Hennepin county attorney Michael freemen says Derek Sherman now faces third degree murder and manslaughter charges by far the fastest we've ever charge a police officer okay normally these cases can take nine months to a year we have to charges case very carefully because we have a difficult burden of proof Floyd's family and others want the other three officers
Dallas - Tyson reports COVID-19 cases at its Sherman plant
"To more meat processing facilities have become pandemic hot spots three hundred twenty six workers at a Tyson foods plant in Sherman Texas about an hour north of the Dallas fort worth metroplex have tested positive for covert nineteen that's more than twenty percent of the facilities seventeen hundred workers more than five hundred fifty employees at a Tyson pork processing plant in storm lake Iowa have tested positive for coronavirus twenty five hundred people work at the plant Jim chrysalis
326 test positive for COVID-19 at Tyson Foods
"Two more meat processing plants become covert nineteen hot spots three hundred twenty six workers at a Tyson foods plant in Sherman Texas about an hour north of the Dallas fort worth metroplex have tested positive for culvert nineteen that's more than twenty percent of the facilities seventeen hundred workers more than five hundred fifty employees at a Tyson pork processing plant in storm lake Iowa have tested positive for coronavirus twenty five hundred people work at the plant Jim chrysalis
"sherman" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Had actually asked him not once but twice in the nineteen nineties to help him kill his white fleet. What what everyone following the news said to especially the Sherman family but Kerry insisted Berry had hired him to organize honeys debt which he says he did by the way but bury ended up getting cold feet at the last minute and they called off the whole thing like I don't know why he's telling anyone this out loud. It seems absurd to me. But he said like he was willing to go through with it and buries the one that ended up. Just like pulling the plug. Now there's this episode of CBS's the fifth estate called the mystery of the Sherman murders and in it. The host actually interviews carry winter about his relationship with Berry about those murder-for-hire allegations said you've taken place in. The nineties now tells the fifth estate the same story. He told the Daily Mail that Barry had asked him not once but twice to help him kill honey except the fifth estate brought in a polygraph. Expert and carry wintered agreed to answer the polygraph. Irs questions and you want to know what the outcome was. He had two failed. Bingo anytime Kerry was asked questions related to the murder for hire story. He'd been telling. The polygraph expert saw a huge spikes which told them that he was probably lying when they confronted him with the result. He said maybe he was miss remembering some of the facts and he was pretty up front about the fact that he has a long history of drug use and addiction and he said that this might have been why he was getting the details wrong. But just because this looks like it might be one dead. End doesn't mean that the case is dead because Kerry winter is just one of the people police think may have had enough to kill. Berry and honey. They were reasonably certain that whoever kill Ben had reasons that were both personal and financial and the other person that they were interested in was much closer to home. Hey crime junkies before we jump back into the story. I WANNA make sure you're listening to my new podcast. Original supernatural with Ashley Flowers. This is another chance each week for you to hear more mysteries told by me and not just the kind we talk about here on crime junkie but also the kind of mysteries where the facts. Don't be to a logical explanation and the truth lies somewhere in the unknown every Wednesday. I'm going to take a deep dive into the strange and surreal to explain. Some of the world's most bizarre unexplained mysteries of the universe like this week. I have this story. I cannot wrap my head around because there are these hikers in Russia. Who were all found dead after they return from their hike? And I know you're thinking like Oh cold-weather Russia hiking. I Bet I know what happened. You have no idea what happened because all the bodies were found in different places with different causes and debt. And there's this one thing that I just can't let go of one of the women was missing her. You know what we have already about to hear. Just make sure you go followed my new series supernatural with Ashley Flowers Free. On spotify or wherever you get your podcast so that you can hear about what she was missing and why none of the theories in this case makes sense. That's supernatural with Ashley Flowers. And if you liked the show it would mean so so so much to me. If you left me a five star review I worked non-stop debris you guys the best content and podcasting and you're five star review is what lets me know that you're into it so. I hope you enjoy the new show. That's supernatural with Ashley. Flowers besides carry winter. There is one other person with whom? Berry had sometimes tense relationship with and this was his son. Jonathan Berry had always been generous with his children. Jonathan along with his business partner had started several businesses over the years. I mean they have like the green storage company a real estate development operation that bought Bilton sold vacation homes around the lakes and Ontario and even an investment company. There's no way to know for sure how much his father had provided Jonathan capital but it wouldn't be outlandish to consider that it was in the hundreds of millions of dollars but Jonathan was very much aware that his parents were aging that his father at seventy five years old should be thinking about his retirement rather than working long hours and making big plans. Which is what. He was doing what he's always done. It was known among the family and close. Friends that buries will said this. Basically when he died his fortune went to honey. When honey died it would be shared evenly between their four kids. I couldn't get a good sense of how involved honey was with the investments and gifts berry made to their children the loans and capital that he was giving to Jonathan to get his company's off the ground but she knew enough to tell berry that she didn't agree with how much he was shelling out. And how often and I don't get the sense from my research that it was a source of major tension between them. Just that honey fell. They were educated kids who should be able to make their own way in the world and she wanted them to have that independence in his book. The billionaire murders Kevin Donovan shares taxed of emails back and forth between Berry and Jonathan. From two thousand fifteen two years before burying honeys debts now in these e mails. Jonathan was frustrated in particular about investments. His father was making to his friend. Frank Diangelo had multiple business ventures over the years and again we're talking not a couple thousand dollars. Striking hundreds of millions of dollars of investments and Franken. Berry were great friends but it seemed like Franks business sense was pretty questionable like nothing was really panning out berry lost a lot of money to Franks investments and it started to frustrate Jonathan and more than this. Jonathan wanted his father to start really thinking about a succession plan. Who WOULD TAKE OVER ATTACKS ONCE BERRY RETIRED? According to his close friends and business associates berry had no plans to step down anytime soon. In fact kind of the opposite he had aggressive plans to grow the company even further before he finally settled into his easy chair so anytime Jonathan brought it up berry was just kind of dismissive of the whole idea. And at one point in the years before burying honeys deaths. Jonathan's frustration led him to reach out to his three sisters to tell him that he worried. Their father was jeopardizing their inheritance by pouring investments into frank's benchers his other friend. Now he even went so far as to say they should consider removing their father. It's founder from his position as chairman of the company and of course it didn't take long to email to get back to berry who basically just like rolled. His eyes laughed it off saying Oh look there goes Jonathan again and trying to stage a coup and so although Jonathan was super frustrated I mean. This was kind of the norm fight like this between Jonathan and Berry would lead to a period of not speaking but then it would eventually blow over but now in you know looking at this in hindsight we have to wonder. Was this frustration and worry about his future inheritance enough to make Jonathan kill his parents. I mean we do this every week. We know that anything's possible. But I don't know what I think about either of these series like if we go back to the Kerry winter theory if motive was revenge. I don't know that honey would have been a target carry. Actually said in his interview for the for the state that he fantasized about killing Berry and he was way more open that he probably should have been but he said he fantasized about slicing his throat in the parking lot and honey was never a part of this at over him and he said he didn't like her much but she wasn't the target of his frustration and his anger. It was all berry right but I mean on the other hand if we're talking about Jonathan in order for Jonathan. His sister's declaim their share of the Sherman Fortune. Both of their parents had to be gone. Otherwise berries money went to honey and honey as we know was not so free flowing with the cash but there is another theory in the case one that has nothing to do with family or friends. Berry and honeys neighborhood in North York had been the target of a bunch of break INS in the year leading up to their debts and by bunch. I mean more than a hundred and fifty during that time perpetrators would break into the home and then Lee with millions of dollars worth of jewelry and other valuables in fact according to Joe Warrington writer for the Toronto Sun Berry and honey had in fact been victims themselves of these robberies or burglaries depending on whether or not someone was home. Someone had broken in through their skylight on the roof of their home and lowered themselves in an attempt to steal honeys jewelry. Now I wasn't able to find any information about this specific thing whether the perpetrators were caught or if they made away with anything but that prior BRECON was likely why police were poking around on the roof of their house right after the murders. Now none of the robberies in the neighborhood had ever ended in violence but it doesn't mean that they never could write like crimes escalate so the question is were Berry. Honey killed in a robbery. Gone Sideways is interesting to me. That you said the crime scene itself had almost no physical evidence because to me like that seems like it was done by someone who is good or may be practiced at being a criminal rather than someone who killed them in like a moment of rage yet. I mean that's an interesting point. The police have never entirely spelled out what they mean when they say that they believe the Shermans were targeted. I mean I took that to mean that the murderers were personal but maybe their definition of targeted is broader than that maybe consider a well-known home in a high end neighborhood a place that has been robbed before maybe they that's targeted to and almost just on purpose. Nia and I also want to mention one other thing. Apparently the neighbors security system caught some weird activity at the Sherman House on the day before their bodies were discovered according to the Toronto Star a man parked a four door sedan in front of the Sherman's house and walked in and then walked out three different times between nine and ten fifteen. Am He leaves? His car walks in stays a bit and gets back into his car for a while. Then back into the house and so on three different times now. Police believe that. Burien honey were probably murdered on Wednesday night. And if that's true then their bodies were in that house in their pool room the whole time.
"sherman" Discussed on Crime Junkie
"Belts and the guy talked people listened. He's not just some random that they pulled off the street. This pathologist was a former Ontario Chief. Forensic pathologist and during the time of the autopsies was a senior forensic pathologist at. Toronto's Children Hospital. Oh so not his first Rodeo at all no I mean this guy knows what he is doing. I read an article in the Globe and Mail from two thousand seven ten years before this guy was called to work on the Sherman case and at the time he had done three thousand autopsies so yeah not his first Rodeo for shirt and after looking at the bodies and at the crime scene photos and talking to the doctor who did the first autopsy. He had no trouble ruling on manner of debt. His autopsy was conclusive. This was a double homicide. Did you know a nurse walks about five miles per shift? Doctors can work up to eighty hours per week. All on top of devoting themselves to our well-being are medical professionals practically superhuman well. 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Berry and honey Sherman had been victims of a double homicide was no surprise at all to their family and friends now of course the findings of a private autopsy were not released to the public. So in Burien honey were finally laid to rest at a funeral. Service attended by more than six thousand people. The prevailing notion in the community was that Berry had killed his wife and then hung himself. So you set. The official government forensic pathologist was there for the second autopsy. Do you know if he or like anyone shared the findings with the police like especially with the conclusion of double homicide not murder-suicide so I couldn't get a crystal clear answer on that. What I did find out was that the Sherman's private investigation team offered to meet with police detectives to go over the findings from the autopsies and talk about potential leads and theories but as far as I can tell. Police didn't take them up on their offer and in fact police kept pursuing the murder suicide theory seeking no suspects for another month until January. Twenty six two thousand eighteen. That's when Toronto Police finally call a press conference and tell eagerly awaiting public that based on their investigation so far which included the work of Ontario forensic pathologist they now consider berry and honeys deaths a double homicide not only had police let the first forty eight go by without chasing leads. This is now forty two days. Since the discovery of the Sherman's bodies police are facing an uphill battle at this point and they again appeal to the public for any clues. This isn't the first time and it definitely wasn't GonNa be the last after this announcement. The Sherman family along with their many friends and supporters feel vindicated for a minute at least because now that everyone knew it was a double murder the question on their minds. Shift it if it wasn't berry who killed the Sherman's and why it might have taken six weeks but police finally started looking for suspects so far. They've done extensive searches at the Sherman's house including on the roof and in the Toronto sewer system around their home they did countless witness interviews reviewed hours and hours of security footage including from neighbors who lived near the Sherman's but they were no closer to a suspect. All they could save for certain was that Berry and honey had been targeted targeted. Like this was a professional hit. I mean that's where my mind goes immediately to a professional hit but I don't think that's what they met in this case. They just meant that. It wasn't a random act like this wasn't a robbery. Gone wrong right and I guess anybody hired to murder. Someone wouldn't necessarily pose the bodies like that. Yeah I agree like the staged death scene definitely feels like this was personal but not only that. I mean the cause of debt. You're talking strangulation or ligature net. Compression as a pathologist is calling it like that's really personal to death by strangulation isn't quick. It can take up to eight minutes. I mean you compare that to shooting death which is over in a matter of seconds. This was definitely personal but there was no evidence at the scene to help. Guide them to the killer. Everyone they spoke. You said that Berry was a kind man with a heart of gold. That honey was a friend. Everyone believed strongly giving back to the community in all the interviews. Police did they heard nothing but positive things from everyone while almost everyone so I mentioned the Shermans were billionaires berry invested millions in the business ventures of friends and family he bought houses properties cars for his children and their families together. Berry and honey had donated millions to charity and urged their peers. Were the wealthiest people in Canada to do the same thing. Berry had made his fortune in the competitive and often cutthroat pharmaceutical industry and he kept his fortune by being really good at navigating. The court system. This is where he made a few or maybe more than a few enemies over the few years. Like let me give you an example so the House Berry Sherman and honey Sherman lived in where their bodies were found was designed and built for them in the nineteen eighties. At the time the cost to build the house was about two point. Three million but berry ended up recouping almost all of that he almost got like two million of it back in court by suing the contractor for poor building practices. Only God will and that's just one example. There are so many like that. Over Berries lifetime he was not afraid of a courtroom and in fact it seemed like he kind of enjoyed the whole process in the years just before he died he was involved in one of the biggest legal actions of his lifetime. According to an article by Christine Dhabi in the financial post Berry got his start in the pharmaceutical industry when his uncle Lou winter died and berry than studying for a PhD in astrophysics from MIT. Made an offer to buy his company empire labs from the estate so Liu and his wife Beverly and actually beverly tragically died just a few weeks. After her husband left behind four young boys it was those boys who decades later sued their cousin. Berry for a billion dollars or a stake in his company which is called attacks. They argued that without empire labs there would be no appetites. According to an article in Maclean's magazine. The trustees wanted protections built into the sale for the four winters. Brothers does get a little legally complicated but berry ended up allowing for those protections. Sorta the agreement was that the winters boys could work for Empire when they turned twenty one and that at twenty three they could buy up to five percent of the company as long as Berry still own. The business now. The whole agreement is void. If Barry were to sell the business which of course he did so Kerry winter and his brothers argued that they had a right to at least a portion of the proceeds of their late father's company and that five percent of empire was basically five percent of appetites three months before Berry and honey were found dead. A judge sided with Berry and tossed the case out of court and on December six just a week before the Shermans were last seen alive. Another judge ordered the winter brothers to repay three hundred thousand dollars in legal fees to their billionaire cousin. Ouch oh yeah and Berry even planned to appeal that ruling. He wanted to recover closer to a million dollars in court costs from his cousin. So I mean it doesn't take an investigative genius to think maybe that left the winter brothers with a score to settle. And maybe that's why Kerry winter the brother at the helm of this legal action against Berry told the Daily Mail that regardless of what police said he knew that Berry killed his wife and then took his own life because he said that Berry had talked about killing honey before Carey says that Berry.
"sherman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Vet nicknamed harmonica Pete that story about twenty minutes running for office is eight Sherman fast and being an expert doesn't always help the novel coronavirus has arrived in an election year and as candidates prepare to do what candidates do personal space is hard to come by on the campaign trail Catherine lions reporter at CQ roll call has been speaking with doctors who are also senators and representatives on Capitol Hill Catherine what are you hearing we're hearing them basically the same thing we've been hearing all along wash your hands keep your baby keep the touching others to a minimum pretty much and then as you said or one of the folks in your story said it's not always easy keeper hands away from your face especially if you're somebody say who wears glasses yeah and even if you aren't somebody that we got I don't wear glasses and I constantly touch my face I am not a huge German so I feel like I'm very at risk for acquiring and spreading germs I'm always touching my face I think it's pretty automatic right he put her put her face our hands in our basement when we're tired when when when that whenever we feel like it thanks all right so who is saying what the talk to well got Kathy knew the Gastroenterol agis and he put a nice and colorful creative twist to the handshake he's joking that the crawfish boil handshake is an alternative where it's basically another name for the elbow bump we've got your fingers all Fonsi from a big crop issue he right he'd make an album cool again and then we've got Greg Murphy he was a urologist and he suggested a foot bump which I have yet to be on the hill but maybe maybe I'll maybe I'll bring it to the hell maybe I'll try it out like the least amount effort right well you kinda you know with an elbow bump or a fist bump you know you can indicate what you're about to do and people recognize it pretty much worldwide like a high five how do you hate what you're about to do with the football oh man that's a good question I have to try it out and get back to you maybe just kind of like look down at the other person for it that might work I don't know it might be weird about this for speaking with Catherine lions reporter at CQ roll call her pieces called their doctors their politicians they were using hand sanitizer before it was cool who's who requires hand sanitization before even entering the offices of mark green from Tennessee that what Martin green although they all seem very partial to hand sanitizer nobody said nobody expressed any disdain for hand sanitization I even asked if you could over hand sanitized your hands and considering that we're not doing it normal people aren't doing it as much as urgent doctors people in hospitals it's gonna be very hard to overseeing the tide one of my concerns with also the dryness that comes with hand sanitizer there are hand sanitizers that come with we strider there's hand that come with moisturizer but if you.
"sherman" Discussed on What Really Happened?
"So could it be someone berry had sued who wanted him and his wife dead was the some sort of retribution. The police went to work they. They always say in every investigation. Follow the money now. I'm sure that the Canadian police have done that what's come in and what's gone out but there isn't anything easy about berries finances after helping a friend post bail a lawyer Ashbury where he got the money from barrier responded. I don't Oh no my banking is very very complex. I simply instructed my staff to have the money forwarded. I tracked down the man who spent years working alongside Barre filing. All those lawsuits Shangqiu Die Schenk was the chief lawyer for Berries Company between two thousand seven and two thousand thousand twelve. I have to say Shank got the job in the first place in the most Berry Sherman Way Possible Berry was surprise surprise is filing. A Lawsuit Shank represented. The defendant and Berry lost the lawsuit. So what did he do. He actually said I want that guy to work for me. Whoever it is that guy is that just basically shut me down and I'm wondering why he doesn't and they hired a recruiter to basically we pursue me and I took about eight months. You know for recruitment process getting back to Berry Sherman's complex finances shank saw saw firsthand. All of the businesses Berry was involved in. He wasn't just the pharmaceutical side you know at. You know you name it. There are probably dozens and dozens of you know. Corporations are numbered numbered companies that had appetite says the address so he headed Byzantine corporate structure that was invested in and you know everything from gold mines restaurants and paint ball and Jews companies beer companies. I mean you name it. You know he had some investments. They're not all of them that went well and as a consequence of that people were wondering who may have done it and what was the motive it seems like an investigation with endless possibilities and the police had the public's attention shosh. Shank said I mean we have to kind of take back a little bit and that is a crime to that level of murders and everything else just doesn't exist in Canada right. I mean we kind of joke about there's thirty or forty handgun or gun fatalities across Canada in a given year and there's thirty in the first thirty minutes in Chicago right you know once the New Year start so as soon as anybody gets murdered ordered candidate that becomes a big thing then on top of that it's Burien honey Sherman right. We're talking about Canada's elite. Billionaire level of people people right and the honey was more into social circles berry was not it's still big news right because this is just you know. Berry Sherman you know being murdered murdered during law enforcement's first press conference. They clearly had a mountain of information to date close to one hundred fifty bulk doc or packaged items have been seized and are currently being reviewed and forensically analysed a total of one hundred and twenty seven witness statements have been compiled breath. This number continues to grow each day neighborhood campuses have occurred in the area surrounding the Sherman residence. This is included the collection of approximately roximately four terabytes of security video from both commercial and residential properties. There are approximately five hundred hours in each of these terabytes and finally three hundred forty eight investigative actions have been assigned and are being vigorously pursued but they didn't have everything the only surveillance cameras at the house which happened to be in the pool area hadn't been turned on in months possibly years. The Sherman's hadn't been seen since they both had left work two days prior. There were at least nine entrances into the house friends say that the Sherman's wouldn't think twice. If someone knocked knocked on the door there was also an outdoor lock box so real estate agents could let themselves in to show the house this created more unknowns said Geoffrey Robinson most murders get solved within the first seventy two hours in fact in in many police forces if the murder investigation is not solved in seventy two hours. It's dropped. It's put on ice until something else happens and the reason and why is because most people who get murdered are killed by people. They know it's a husband and wife. It's the boyfriend girlfriend. It's the neighbor. It's the you know angry business partner. Whatever so when you do a murder investigation the police come in and they immediately look at the closest the suspects and eliminate them one by one so they looked at Sherman and he looked at his business associates and they look at his family and there were problems with certain members. The Family Jeffrey is referring to carry Winter Barry's cousin Berry was of course in a lawsuit with with carry over money and after Berry's death. Kerry gave an interview to Canadian news outlet. He claimed that years ago. Berry had told him mm-hmm. He wanted his wife honey dead. Carey claimed Berry hated his wife and in December of twenty seventeen sources sources told the Toronto Star that law enforcement was probing the possibility that this was a murder suicide did bury Sherman kill his wife and then himself after all honey Sherman had marks on her face well Berry did not and although it seemed like authorities had no motive for Berry to commit murder. There was also no signs of forced entry into the house not to mention. There weren't any obvious suspects the Sherman family was outraged at the idea funeral. His son took aim at such accusations. We've had to navigate through terrifying maze of non information mation an unfounded speculation all while trying to support each other emotionally through their lawyer. The family went on to say a we are shocked and think it's irresponsible that police sources have reportedly advised the media of a theory which neither their family their friends nor their colleagues believe to be true. Family members have said that. Kerry who had also been a crack addict has had psychological problems his sister-in-law aw wrote in an affidavit. I did not approve of carries recent statements to the press attributed to his illness. The police ultimately ruled out out that this was a murder suicide. Carry a taken publications around the world for ride seemingly for just a bit of attention what people will do to get on TV. This left everyone wondering who else could have committed these murders when Jeffrey told me the following and I nearly jumped out of my crappy little desk chair it was something I hadn't thought of an hadn't read about as a real possibility but but then you have to look at something else because it wasn't only Sherman who got murdered was his wife. You see you say well. Maybe one of them was simply collateral liberal damage so if it's not Sherman maybe it's the wife maybe somebody was out to get the wife and he was in the room at the time. Jeffrey has no proof but he's keeping a wide net. I think the neglected aspect is her. Because everybody talks about him getting knocked off she she was murdered two and I think that a lot of questions have to be asked about her. It is very possible civil that she was the target and he was simply collateral damage. I go back to the idea that this was retribution. After all some of Barry's lawsuits and some of the lawsuits against him involve people accusing each other of stealing high valued secrets and formulas to new medications for example only months before his death various companies sued a former employee claiming he had plans to build a factory in Pakistan Stan using stolen drug formulations. There was another case where berries company was accused of stealing secretive material barry hit also helped L. doubt white collar criminals he'd gotten no over the years after all Barry Sherman like to help people so is there a chance this was a professional professional hit job or am I out of line. Maybe my creative side of my mind is getting carried away but if you're doing business with very very shady characters at times sometimes could there be a hit out for someone like this. Yeah you get you know lie down with dogs you catch fleas and when you do business with shady people you can expect them to act in a shady matter. Sherman had lawyers and could fight most of these things in court and most of the people he was dealing with had lawyers and can fight them in court you know big. Pharma employs lots and lots and lots of lawyers and if they had a problem with him and and they did they took him to court. That's not to say everybody does that and that's not to say that if there was a debt some place that wasn't getting paid or if he you just piss somebody off for. I don't know stealing something. We're taking advantage of something and was properly warned and didn't believe it. that's kind of what happens you. You can't fool around with bad guys. There's a reason why they're bad guys I'm walking down the men's department store looking for boxers and socks. There are a lot of options too many in fact. I'm getting getting dizzy. I look at the dude working. 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"sherman" Discussed on What Really Happened?
"Berry. Sherman's Dad ran a Zipper company. His mom was in occupational therapist. Varies grandparents fled persecution in Russia and Poland Berry went to college at sixteen two years old he enrolled at the University of Toronto Majoring in engineering physics a major he selected because it was apparently the hardest he also signed up for the Canadian army soon after he went to. Mit Berry wasted no time making his mark. After graduating he took over his uncle's pharmaceutical business the Empire Group of companies they had the rights in Canada to manufacture Valium. Am and was one of the country's largest manufacturers of pharmaceutical drugs in nineteen seventy berry in his late twenties invested in New York's Barr laboratories. He became president and its largest shareholder by nineteen seventy four. He started appetites. APOTEX thirty years later appetites was Canada's premier drug manufacturer. They sold two hundred sixty products in over one. One hundred fifteen countries revenues were about one point five billion dollars. Annually Barry was known to work all the time fine and it clearly paid off. He came a long way from helping out with his DAD's Zipper company to being worth over three billion dollars one thing he wasn't particularly social when I tracked down one former coworker of berries he said Berry himself never hobnobbed you know with the you rich and the famous you know you didn't see him on the Toronto you know or the Ottawa social circuits. He wasn't interested low key kind of guy we would fly to Washington. DC. You know to talk to who are lobbyists and we'd fly coach. Even though Berry probably could have purchased Air Canada owned the airline himself. He's just not that guy. In one thousand nine hundred seventy one berry married honey Reich. She also went to the University of Toronto and was born in Austria to Polish Holocaust survivors and while Berry was the workaholic didn't love hanging out at a party honey was social. She was known to be on the Charity Circuit. She ran around the country even even the world helping others and raising money it was something both she and her husband believed in Berry Sherman once said. I don't think any person can be happy person if he is successful in life and doesn't give back to community. If there is one thing Burien Aryan Hanni Sherman were known for it was charity over fifty million in medicines ship to every disaster zone around the globe well over one hundred million to foundations universities hospitals you name it. How do I know about all this charity. It was endlessly talked about at their funeral of course we're. He and honey left their most indelible. Mark is in their incredible commitment to charity to be successful zestful and business make contributions to charities consistently engaged acts of charity in addition to their public lives of business success in charity. Charity is understood as a voluntary act of kindness Rossi Insurers Axa charity on Friday December fifteenth two thousand in Seventeen Berry honey sherman were found dead with belts strapped around their neck tied to a railing both were strangled to death. This was personal their funeral was packed with family friends and Co workers and there wasn't just a few dozen or a few hundred people there were six thousand in attendance including the Mayor of Toronto the Premier of Ontario and the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau. Everyone was asking the same question for a couple who gave so much money to those less fortunate for a couple couple who didn't like to show off their money for a couple that had been staples of the community for over forty years. Why was this done who did it. What really happened..
"sherman" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me
"Him away into Dhaka. Dogu found my Daddy Panther clause in his suggest you at the son of a King you're sort of Nice not queen model kill longer holds to Challah and all all the People Vo Kanda accountable for all the things that they're not doing for black Americans in the United States. He sees technology that will conduct has the superpowers hours they literally have within their people and he sees them not sharing them. He sees a lot helping out all of the other black people in the United States state Senate throughout the world. All sitting here must feel good about two billion people all over the world. It looks like us but their lives are a lot harder. Kinda has the tools that liberate them all and what told US bub renew. I've talked a lot about kill monger and Challah these two central male characters in Black Panther but I have to mention all of the women who lead these two men they would truly be nothing without the characters of Suri the chief scientist and two younger sister Makiya and and General Koya these women are strong and brave and vulnerable in the most powerful ways and ultimately are the reasons why we're kander under is what she is you can come and go is choose. I I am loyal to Dr on Mobutu who sits upon it. What are you loyal to? I loved him. I love my country entry to then you sieve. You'll country. No I save my country. The grey areas and the layers ears of complexity to black identity are things that really spoke to Seda Sherman when she saw Black Panther works with college students. It's and she took all of her students to go see Black Panther and that experience was one that transformed her view of what black identity could be when she was in theater watching Black Panther with them. She genuinely felt were condo welcoming them with open arms so I am so excited to talk to you. I just love your writing. I love the bustle piece where you talked about the experience of going with your students to see Black Panther. I just so beautiful I mean so so lovely and really painted this picture and made me feel like I was there with you. I appreciate coup so yes. I'd love to take you back in time for a minute. to the first time you saw Black Panther. I'd love to ask you to close your eyes and I'm going to keep time here for ten seconds. Think about that first time that you saw Black Panther and think about you know who you're with and where you were and how it made you feel and then when the ten seconds are up. I'll just check in sure so what memories came up for you to stan who so the things things that popped into my mind were meeting up with the students and meeting up with my friends my colleagues my bosses getting getting on a public bus in Stockton leaving the university going downtown to watch this movie walking from the bus stop to the theater. You're seeing more students and just the energy. The energy was Seoul Electric. The energy was so amplified and just smiling smiling and laughing like the entire time and looking at each other's outfits and you know like asking each other to stret- Taurel take pictures and still less your jewelry. I'll be so let's have fun with this. Let's embrace it. Let's be ourselves and and see what happens and from top to bottom that whole day it was just this crescendo of emotions and pride and joy like it. It was just like black joy all day all day long we could provide aid and access to technology and high of you to those who need other countries do it take another like these other countries not Kiara if found out what you truly are what we possess you could lose our way of life. Kanda is strong enough to help others and protect ourselves at the same time. If you are not so stubborn you with Mickey Great Queen. I would make a great thing because I am so stubborn if that's what I wanted what was the experience actually being in the theater watching it after all that information so you know like if I tell somebody oh you gotta come through looking like black excellent. I'm going to take it superseded so I had been planning my outfit for some time my deceased grandmother she was like super super into fur coats and so I'm rocking this like floor laying mink coat and like very reminiscent of coming to America and I've got like huge necklace gone and it got kicked out and so like the students see me come in there like cheering me off amping me up so there there is that which was hilarious but then just sitting in the theater seats and turning around turning left and right like panning all the way around and and realizing that theatre had to be ninety nine percent black view uh which happen oh right so that in itself was incredible because I think when you're a person of color just in general when you're in when you're black specifically what happens is you're very conscious of the white gays on your very conscious of how how white folks perceiving you and what they're gonNa do with that perception whether minced and they're going to weaponize it or they're going to you know I don't know there's a whole a whole myriad of possibilities right but the feeling of that absence and was complete freedom. I would say just to be yourself and whatever reaction you have like. If you laugh have too loud it's cool you know why because there's a theater full of black folks who would expect nothing less exactly nothing just as or if if you're talking back at the screen and like doing our whole calling response things like that's embrace do win have fun be yourself be authentic so that was one of the first first things that I fell and of course you know being students of mine who are either from Oakland themselves or their families from they are just how some kind of very deep personal and historical ties to that area the movie part of it is set in Oakland right sees in in a very specific way yeah yeah they're seeing experiences that they can relate to their seen neighborhoods. They can relate to their hearing people talk like them. They're seeing slag. That looks like there's like it was it was everything yeah. One of the things that you pointed out in your piece of for Bustle was that actually Oakland is the home of the real life Black Panther Party for self defense which you know they don't talk about explicitly in the movie but it kind of permeates it that feeling of the Black Panther Movement and I've just that was fascinating for me to learn and clearly the director and Co writer Rancagua from Oakland but that that bringing that in fuel so important to the context the movie absolutely because I think I think one of the best and the most interesting story lines of the Black Panther the movie movie was kind of idea freedom this idea of liberation and what does that mean and what can what can it like on a global scale. What can it look like between between Africans India sprints you know just so many so many layers and when you think about the Black Panther Party I self defense in Oakland like trying to liberate their communities? It was necessary. I think to to make that connection whether subtle or over I'm really I'm really glad Kugler. Did it warning. How can I help you? I'll just checking out these artifacts. It's the expert you said whereas this one's from the Edo people have been in sixteenth century told me about this one also live from Benin seventh-century Fula tribe. I believe it was taken by British Sodas and Benin Vigny Condo and it's made out of by Bernie. I'M GONNA take it off your hands for you. These are some zone for sale. How do you think your ancestors got these? You think they paid a fair price. What did they take? It took everything else so I'm going to I'll have to ask you to leave and one of the things you talk about. is wanting what you wanted for your students at night you write about. It's so beautiful you say I wanted my students to feel the elation of black possibility and freedom. I wanted my students to experience the sheer joy of seeing a movie for us and by us all about what happens happens when black life thrives without exploitation and colonization. I wanted my students to see what happens. When black thought.
"sherman" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"State farm, Robert, Robert, somebody burned down my, she shed no one bird done your. She shed shero all really victim because my she sheds burning up in the backyard. His she shared was struck by lightning. Cheryl, Robert, the state farm cover my, she shed shed. She turned are shed at her hideaway Robert. Oh, yeah, that's covered. You hear that Victor, I'm getting a new. She she year, she hid. Can we stop serious? She shed now go with a win. It's here to help life. Go right state farm. Talk to an agent today. After a star studded run in Seattle where he was a fixture in the legion of boom. Richard Sherman signed with the San Francisco forty Niners this off season this Sunday. He gets ready to take on the Minnesota Vikings in his first game as a forty Niners cornerback. Recently we caught up with Richard Sherman. We have a new team, a new quarterback, new tackling ruse, lots of new changes as the season gets ready to kick off year. What has been your reaction to being in a whole new environment with a new team? What's that been like that transition process going from Seattle to San Francisco. It'd be really fun actually, you know, on some fun showers acclimating, my kids love it. My wife loves it. She loves the neighborhood and the weather, obviously. But thanks for having a young team. You know, they're fine. They're jetty over time. Probably say cows way of coaching is is very deliberate and very detailed. And I think I really appreciate that if it's an incredibly fun ride. So far richer, people don't realize, I think as we get on in life, you're thirty years old. Now I remember making job changes.
"sherman" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show
"Or what's going on behind closed doors and this organization and now don't let's not pretend this only happens with players in their ages this happens with coaches and their age of course this happens with front office guys and their agents so this is all part of the business and this is how it works and this is how those guys get their information right and i don't hate ages i hadn't agent i had an incredible agent who is one of my great friends like i talked to him still being done playing i talked to him on a weekly basis and do our whole process we were very much a team he was kind of a mouthpiece for what i wanted and he understood that and it was like hey well this is what i think this is what i think will ultimately i make the decision to go about it this way and it was extremely valuable but again for our players who can represent themselves and can represent themselves just as good as other agents if they do the the right research and put the right time and that's all i'm saying speaking of players representing themselves we've got richard sherman on the line we do here hello can you hear me richard whatever okay beautiful now it's my distinct pledge after to welcome on the hotline mr richard sherman formerly of the seattle seahawks now with the san francisco forty niners and we got into a little bit of a twitter back and forth the couple of days ago after you sign your new deal in san francisco i said i didn't think your deal was a good deal for cornerback of your character and of course my man co host hawkins defended you he said he thought it was a bad take which which is fair and so we figured we'd go right to the man himself and let you tell us exactly what you think about the process of negotiating new deal and kind of some.
"sherman" Discussed on Around the NFL
"In the nfc championship so i think it's easy i think it's easy enough for seac spans the say goodbye because the forty nine ers they're not they're not winning the super bowl this year may at all i don't know what they are who knows what they're gonna do i mean i think the seahawks fans get it that it was time in an in achilles surgery whereas rail rivas i mean others are burning hill after game three it was thought at the top of the game and he hoped that one is i mean also by the end i don't know when you were monitoring seahawks adoration fridge determined by the end of the sign richard sherman was having to redress on twitter take a step back seahawks fans i've been done all this for you this is in my fault they didn't want to pay me they let go of eur forty nine of spin it's any sport it carries across you mention roger clemens but as long as you produce like you quickly forget about where the guy to be a forty nine is fans care plane i mean they've won at how many games over the last couple of years like they should just be happy to be to be getting better and i think we can guarantee where are we are we sir i would like to put a sandwich prop on sea hawks nine ers thursday night foot now i think so there's no way that's the happened they might just make them play sixteen times this year i mean that would be counterproductive but not always the best decisions made by the schedule makers out no shots fired perhaps it's an inaccurate shot it's impact what you're saying the bears five times last year with four weeks old great uh so greg you'll me saying which i do i says well mark wisely stayed away from the richard sherman signs within three weeks i'll i'll end that are even on the rich and chairman front 'cause he will not get in the top five of guaranteed mino in her back so that'll even out but yeah you got us speaking of a free agency and in this case a deal that did not work out shaun smith and the raiders are parting ways that's an understatement not working out the team released the quarterback according to rap sheet cutting a eight point five million off the.
"sherman" Discussed on PTI
"On this exchange williams said there was a war at val spor house this the sunday afternoon rating right foreing nonmajor for a non majori was the highest since two thousand thirteen to the tech tiger tiger move the needle moves in all these folks who were sales beef is here to save this no no no wonderful guest he doesn't kyrie assaults harder type of all these other guys can't carry the sport is only been three or four people like this in the history of television which means modern sport ali yup jordan maybe magic and bird together not necessarily separately o n tiger woods that's the live thinking well in in in 1998 and beyond one home runs were going you could get people want to see maguire once he bonds and stuff like that didn't bother you titled did not putt well over the weekend and his approach shot on 14 shots didn't get them in a position to have as many birdie looks that's what it's also interesting that he's using it to our north tea and hit it straight by the way that was great to remind you of tiger his is vested at the british sugar and what he says you know what i need to be in the fairway allergy to bomb it three thirty and be in the trees written the tent the trailer now loved tony during friday's show you had richard sherman going to new york for his next stop turns out you were only about twenty seven hundred miles off three thousand sherman has signed with the most hated rival the forty nine ers here's all you need to hear tony when asked by 'em qb of playing against is all seattle team twice this upcoming season motivated him to side with san francisco sherman said quote i'm vengeful in that way close quote i love that tony what does this signing tell you about sherman where to tell you about the night okay so to things so what it tells me about sherman has made a lot of money he doesn't have to split any with an agent because he's own agent what it tells me about the forty nine years is that they on richard sherman is a star player i believe jimmy garoppolo was going to be a star initially i i think that this becomes a destination for other players and i think that.
"sherman" Discussed on The Takeout
"Being built owns you're listening to the take the average gear were district talk of writedowns how washington dc thoroughly enjoying i think i will speak for all of us our breakfast taco's i know i am jake sherman of you i am begrudgingly because of my of your lack of carbohydrates my diet but you know what you when you're on the when you're on on the take out you have to bend who indulge yeah indulge fully anna yeah i love him i i would have mexican food for breakfast every day there we go that's exactly the right answer so i mentioned in the last segment arctic out podcasts tickers of which we are very very proud and our audience tends to love them actually the sticker came up in president ahmed an unexpected way waited i didn't even here i was witnessing thing this was at the white house earlier this week kevin mccarthy mentioned before by gic sherman house majority leader in recent guest recent member of the hall of participants the take out podcast and i was trying to get the mature leaders attention to ask him a question about immigration policy art and were you play what happened next we have certain he gave me a sticker and then four called on me there you go you gave me a stitcher people really do love is thicker i got a question because we traffic takeout podcasts dickerson so that's about immigration and a meeting that was fascinating at the white house not because they did it happened because it was televised and we're going to that in a second let's play arden a television correspondent that earlier this week tried to summarize the parts of that meeting california democratic senator dianne feinstein tempted the president with a bill that would only deal with dhaka clinging on now.
"sherman" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Sean media we are at true crime garage captain that is enough of the business everybody gather round grab it share grabs some egg dog let's talk some true crime sms one a sort off by going through some things that took place in the a a sherman case this year in two thousand seventeen so win this year rolled in just under four years after the murder of fiftythreeyearold a lease a sherman the case remain unsolved despite investigators best efforts and billboards seeking justice for a liza and a circle family and friends who kept her memory alive in the case alive a leases shermans daughter jennifer she has led marches vigils in benefits in her mother's name and work to become an advocate for women who face domestic abuse and filed a civil suit against her father gathered nothing causes more attention than families suing family and where we left off with episode three we were talking about gregory more gregory moore was a leases attorney who had been charged with inducing panic as far as calling in three different bomb threats right and as well as he has been indicted on charges that may pertain to a leases cases remember the investigator stated that this guy he's got some questions to answer and hopefully that stuff will come out on court the investigators are wondering why gregory more would not talk with them if he didn't have anything to hide why would he not speak with them right but they also caught him on a couple lies yes so gregory more he originally faced up to three years in prison for all of these charges but after what i'm sure with some kind of deal that was struck because he originally faced a lot more charges than this more ended up pleading guilty to felony inducing panic and misdemeanor falsification charges for the phony statements given to the police a cuyohoga county judge imposed the sentence this was of one hundred eighty days and the sentence also included three years of probation and three hundred and fifty hours of community.
"sherman" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Is the threat guy but he would later be indicted on more charges gregory moore was indicted on one count of tampering with evidence one count of obstructing official business one count of laws of the occasion one count of telecommuciations telecommunications fraud and two counts of forgery yeah this guy is is scumbags yeah but i think the the key thing here is a lot of these indictments have to do with the liza sherman when when gregory moore was indicted when the indictment was announced that then prosecutor said in a statement we believe that this indictment and the evidence behind it takes us one step closer to bringing a liza shermans killer to justice nine so make no buts about it this this has to do with her murder with her case now gregory more has denied these allegations originally he pled not guilty he was scheduled to appear in court in may of this year on unrelated charges those were from the the the bomb threat drivers inducing panic that and laughter he was playing not guilty to those charges as well now let's talk about these new charges because according to secures gregory more never met with a lease of that day they they claim that he initially provided a statement to investigators that he was waiting in his office during the time of the attack but but data retrieved one year later with the help of the fbi the old cell phone paying they use this from a downtown cell tower this suggested that he allegedly lied about his location and miss led a liza by other this important information on that one sentence right there day he allegedly lied about his location this means where he told police he was during the time of the attack but they also follow that up with miss led a liza meaning he's telling her stuff in communication that is not true as well so he's lying he's lying to the victim minutes before she's killed right and then.
"sherman" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Red flag with a spotlight on it regarding the murder of a lease a sherman okay this was taken from another deposition one of those same friends and their deposition claimed in more than one occasion sanford inquired house some one could get away with committing a perfect murder at least one of these conversations occurred during a walk on a cleveland beach the friend said that the friend sanford asked this of the he was a worked in law enforcement or the law enforcement field and when asked how the friend responded to such a question the friend said he gave sanford this scenario don't use your car or don't let your car be seen don't use a gun because it can be heard don't use your street clothes you something that would cover up your entire body your face your hands well right this is super chilling because it's describing what we see on the surveillance footage we see we see a person fleeing the murder scene with no vehicle and no point do we see a vehicle and we see this person dressed head to toe and clothing the is covering the entire body just as he said the face their hands according to sanford's deposition he said he probably had conversations about a liza but could not recall the nature of those conversations or where they occurred during sanford's deposition he was not asked directly about the perfect murder conversation sanford sherman has never been named as a suspect in a leases murder the bizarre twists continue captain in this case this twist takes us back to gregory more of leases attorney bomb threats at you remember he had the bomb threats but there would be an effort it's there would be a you remember this guy who's bonthe.
"sherman" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"The deaths of berry and honey sherman have left people bewildered perhaps no one more than their friends as you may have heard on the news the billionaire couple were found dead in their tronto home on friday police now say that they died from ligature net compression and that the homicide unit is investigating but they aren't calling their deaths homicides yet mr sherman founded the generic drug company apple tax in his one of canada's richest people he and honey were generous philanthropist donating millions to charity murray rubin was a longtime friend of berry and honey sherman we reached him in toronto mr rubin forceful i'm sorry for the loss of your friends dear or would even thinking about since you heard about their deaths euro were nick at my age of eighty seven uh you begin to lose people who are contemporaries but you have to accept it up ten of violent deaths and yes designs addison different his it's very different this death is not predictable and it's very disturbing i knew immediately when the police said it's a murder suicide they were way off target and why is that there's other family members lots of people who knew and the darian honey serum and say that it's preposterous that that glorifies you have to know barry in honey well honey especially loved being involved perry was the smartest person i ever met he graduated in erin nautical fix physics at the top of his class and got involved with his uncle lou winter's business and bury made a pool techs because he was such a clever guy i don't know why are you aware how drugs our patented the he he had found a way of doing it that was able to build a protest that's right you don't patent a drug you pat a way of making it and he took a drug that was patented and found a new way of making it that took of very very bright guy and he did it and he did it over and over again he busy able to build a business into the billions but it is most famous not for her now the money he made that raw them.
"sherman" Discussed on Masters in Business
"My special guest today is jeff sherman of double on capital where he serves as deputy chief investment officer uh the ceo of double line is jeffco's unlock who coincidentally was the very first broadcast guest on masters in business i'm jeff sherman a previous the double line worked is a senior vp at trust company of the west where he was a portfolio manager and quant analysts focused on fixed income and real acid portfolios he has a b s and applied mathematics from the university of pacific and a master's degree in financial engineering from clermont graduate university he is also cfa charter holder as well as a financial podcast her jeff sherman welcome to bloomberg thanks for having me barry so i have to start with the education applied mathematics and financial inge nearing did you know you wanted to go into asset management earlier in your life not at all not whatsoever really because that would suggest oh here's a path to wall street that's right and what happened is is a naturally i guess i was i was more inclined towards mathematics along the way i started off as she has a pure mathematician which is a a lot of abstract math and just trying to prove concepts a lotta logic really um and although it was okay to me just didn't really seem to have a longterm path obviously can be professor right i mean talking about ring theory group save mean erd faunal sleep now i love them okay good so let's talk deeper bath elkah everybody else will fall a solitary of civil will transition them but the idea was the applications of of mathematics it typically as applied to lots of physics rhyme in engineering concepts and i was always kind of curious by statistics and for some reason i liked the probably statistics courses a little more and so i'd actually changed my major of round the middle of my junior to become an applied mathematician but unlike the traditional folks i didn't use the engineering in physics physics as the application actually use it stats improbability so if forgot to really apply for jobs i was going through my four god yeah will you know you kind of get stuck in that academic lifestyle uh and so decide take the jerry's and just try to.
"sherman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My guest sherman alexi has written a new memoir about growing up on the spokane indian reservation in the state of washington his mother was one of the few people who could still speak the native language but she didn't teach it to him he grew up surrounded by poverty alcoholism and violence he was pretty young when he realised he wanted to get off the reservation and go to college he succeeded in doing that end in becoming an award winning writer he won the nineteen ninetythree penfaulkner award for his short story collection the lone ranger and tanto fist fight in heaven and two thousand seventy one the national book award for young people's literature for his book the absolutely true diary of a parttime indian a lexi's new memoir includes poems with titles like how to be an atheist at a spokane indian christian funeral the urban indian boy enjoys good health insurance and after brain surgery he had his first brain surgery when you is five months old and his most recent in 2015 he's a writer with a lot of stories to tell sherman alexi welcome to a fresh air let's start with a reading from deep in the book that this is a theme that kind of recurs through the book ochre yesalis was chapter one hundred seventeen all that relations he doesn't think it's like ten thousand pages long this focused not most of those chapters are one pager one poem so uh the title of this chapter is all my relations.