18 Burst results for "Shop Foundation"

"shop foundation" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

03:10 min | 4 months ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on Mo Egger

"Paul dana jenner who obviously covers the bengals profile. And what i liked about. It was if i were to say to somebody Here's what i need to know about anthony in his in his post playing days. Read this. And you're gonna get a. I think very fair assessment of the work that he's done the lives that he's impacted. How much your foundation matters to you how much this is a true labor of love. I encourage people to read it. I tweeted today but for the uninitiated. It's great that we're out here. Having a good time this is an awesome event. Came out to your golf tournament about three months ago and had a chance to be a part of that that is obviously an awesome event. But what you do for character education. What you do in awarding scholarships for for kids who otherwise might not be able to go to college. I admire it. I know you don't love talking about yourself. But i know you love talking about the work. Foundation does well. Let's go back so we were talking about super bowl. Sixteen so i gotta talk about dave lapham. My left guard blair-bush maximum toy. Mike wilson. Those are the other. Four danny ross tied in mel harris. Then the eight super bowl team. We gotta talk about bruce. Rymere's bruce kozerski we max again. Joe walter bryan. Plato's so that was my time is a cincinnati bengals. That allowed me to be the player. I'd become a bengal because i had some unbelievable people and linemen with the it carries my name. We have a great staff. We have great interns great volunteers. We have great corporate partners. And then i have seventeen of the most amazing board members. So i've gone from fifty plus guys on a team with the bengals being part of that being a part of the success. Now i'm part of a big team. I mentioned all those mentioned all the volunteers and we wouldn't be able to do the things we do with the foundation. If we didn't have all those groups that i mentioned but it is a passion. It's a mission of mine. And i guess the passion i have and the excitement i have i share and i get people on board. I guess. That's that's what i enjoy doing. Know i go to the staff. I have amazing job. I get to meet with them. We put together the volunteers. You know we've had volunteers. Were twenty years old. We have some that have been here just about every year corporate partners you talk about corporate partners you talk about the manor house cincinnati bell. You talk about furniture fair. You talk about the shop foundation people that t- that have been there from the beginning of most of the time so they allow us to do what we're doing so yeah i don't like talking about myself but i like talking about the team that we've assembled over the last twenty years to do what we're doing with the young people in this great it also does have to be gratifying as you mentioned the amount of time you've been at this where you you talk to people who are now adults and they're working and they're going and pursuing their own dreams help launch them into that place. I can't imagine how gratifying that must. Well that's the fun thing about. It is to have people that we've been able to be a small part of their continuing education with scholarships or they've been a part of our character camps for mentoring program and now i find a new york last february do the boomer esiason show and a block from the hotel. I was staying with. Sam becker who is one of our scholarship recipients. Who's now working for a hedge fund and new york and we go out to dinner..

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"shop foundation" Discussed on Food Issues

Food Issues

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on Food Issues

"Let's <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> get back <SpeakerChange> to this week's <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> episode of <Music> <Advertisement> food issues <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> so <Speech_Music_Female> in our last segment. <Speech_Music_Female> We were talking about <Speech_Female> the healthy hunger. Free <Speech_Female> kids act and <Speech_Female> how serving <Speech_Female> healthy food in <Speech_Female> schools can <Speech_Female> encourage kids <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> eat that way at home <Speech_Female> if they had the education <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> the marketing really <Speech_Female> healthy <Speech_Female> food at <Speech_Female> school and <Speech_Female> in two thousand and <Speech_Female> nine. 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"shop foundation" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Shop Foundation class and our sculpture one class. There are foundation classes there, really? For the new student, the person who's never made sculpture. War is coming back to sculpture. Or maybe you're a painter or a printmaker photographer, and you want to expand your Vocabulary of art and working three day those are the classes for these people just wanted people to know that those classes they're going to be starting in mid October, mid October, Okay? And you have how many positions open? Oh, jeez. I think there are nine positions are open in Petro whole shop Foundation class, and I have 10 positions. Open it right now. I have nobody signed up. All right. So the plenty of room 19 positions open between two of them Shot foundation is basically etiquette. How not to kill yourself How to use them how to use the tools. The way I like to describe Richard. It's very open course you could make a utilitarian apiece, or you can make a purely piece of pure sculpture that has no other function. It's about giving people the tools and how to safely use. You know, it's an empowering course It's a course where a person comes in. They don't know anything about shot. We take them through all the machinery. They work on there will be working on their own projects as well. We'll do a Siri's of exercises. By the time they're done, they'll be comfortable that's taken safely. Use all the equipment that shop foundation so petro window. When are the classes help? Found the sculpture class is Tuesdays and it's pretty much all day from 8 30 till five o'clock. And I believe the shop Foundation is also on Tuesday. That's the one John is teaching. There are only maybe I'm sorry. Go ahead. Spencer apartment. On. We will, In addition to being in the studio will also have an online component, so some of the material will be delivered online and that way we're not lingering that much on campus. We can kind of get in on campus and get our work done. And then leave the studio once our work is completed. Cost. John. I think it's $50 a credit and it's a three credit class. So that would be $150. If you're over $65 lakh of credit. I mean, what? What could you do where it goes for, like? Months on end in the coast of $15. There were also a few small fees. There's ah like a facility. You such maybe $70 for the semester. $45 for some classes and There. There's a student activity, which is a couple of dollars. So you know if you're if you're in state and you're under 65, you're looking about $200 for the course It's a steal. And you get credit for it. Correct. Oh, yes, They're credit classes. Uh, I like to joke, though. If you want to go back to my old alma mater, Cal Arts will take all our credits. If you want to go to you and them. You want to check with very picky, you know, And you know what I mean. Yeah, yeah. Well, registrars in and you know, assistance typically run the campuses anyway. Um, I found that at my college days, it's like, you know if you anger the wrong person in office You're basically screwed for your entire crew Reminds, will transfer All right. So once again, you can learn how to weld. You can learn how to carve marble or granite like, be like Petro Hall. You can't learn how to cast in the summertime. You can learn how to do ceramics. You can learn how to do Would you can learn how to combine. All of those like John is doing The new piece. What else? What haven't we covered John? Well, we also have a class in. OK, so we have traditional New Mexico 10 work. Okay, you go now. You know these classes. The wonderful thing about New Mexico 10 work. It's like, you know, you work on a piece of sculpture, and it's like you've got to have a new mindset about time. It's not like hours days like days weeks months. Sometimes years. Mexico to work you go in there. Start of peas. Finish it that day or the next day often, you know, and it's beautiful on Fred Lopez. He did the state emblem for New Mexico done of some years ago. He's a great guy we also have in the spring. Felix Lopez teaches santeros and I believe that this fall he's working on the restoration work. She? I believe he's in charge of the restoration. Sentoryu teach a mile, but don't hold me to it, but he's he's of that, Cal, okay? But this is the thing about CC. It's really a hidden gem. Because the quality of the instructions very high And so those air traditional in Mexico. We also haven't ceramics. We have Pueblo pottery, and we have my cases. Pottery, the person who teaches Marcus's party Ha ha Pottery apartment. Yolanda was a student of Phil eBay. Ortega's Saratoga was a major major figure. In my case, it's pottery work. So it's you know, it's really, really well. He's passed away. He is no longer available to teach. Home. So it's really, really Ah, great program. Other things. We have kind of a classic modeling class, which is running right now. It's too late to join these classes. Okay? For this semester on modeling is only offered once a year in the fall. But was hunt. She's a great instructor. And so if you want to learn how to classically render a figure You know, kind of like Michaelangelo. It's such a It's such with Donatella, etcetera, etcetera. That's the place that you would want to start. She didn't she? It's like learning the mechanics of anything. Ah, Then you take that information and you can use it to do what they want. Sf SI si dot e d u Yep. On anybody Who wants to contact me. It's John J. Witch and dot voice. Bill. Why? C That s F. C C are meeting you and I will help you get through the process of Getting, you know, enrolled. Getting started. You've also done some videos of your work is well right available on that, or do you have a personal weapon? Well, if you could s FCC God needy you I have a virtual show now a TTE, the Scientific Community College gallery. You can find that on the home page for SFC See guardian to you. On. There's a little video video is quite nice this time. I actually Martinez did a wonderful job and Ah, I have a show that's going to be opening in like 23 weeks of the old Casa location, which is next to a Horie's. Coffee on the entrances and stereos, Penrose You can see my work there. All right, Petro. What about you? You have a website for your work.

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"shop foundation" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

"What about your, own house. Can you tell me a little bit about it? And do you have any lingering building science problems you're either you know ignoring or happily ignoring. The Cave of ideas. I built my house when I was twenty five. On my own business for few years at this point, and just you still live in it. Oh absolutely yeah, so my wife and I had bought twenty five acres angrier, still dating. We've been together. Seventeen. And you know there's always. What had happened was Yom Irish, so I got in a fight with our landlord on a Thursday night, and I was digging footings for New House on Friday morning. Not GonNa stay there anymore. We decided that we would just build up. A Small House on property on Shop Foundation, so I build a thirty by thirty four. The original tiny house. And then somewhere else on the property at Sunday we build our dream house and you know. Turn this into a shop. which is you know I was going to have a heated shot foundation? You mean a slab on grade or a? It's got four foot walls under a, but it is, it's it's a slab inside a four foot walls so i. mean it's it's. It's not. It's above or below frost line, but it's you know I. I didn't know you should insulate slabs back then, and I didn't know. Can Lights were all the rage back in two thousand? Twenty or thirty of those in the house, and where we're going to put the the Ductwork Oh, let's just throw it up in the attic and we don't need insulated duct work as we're GONNA cover insulation. there. I I have fixed what I can fix long. You know I mean we didn't use the. Vent vents and through the roof, and so I I six when I can sex along the way <hes>. You know the other stuff you just learn to live with you know the fans dump outside now and you know we've done smears the only enough there and we've got appropriate levels of insulation and being on a slab. It's naturally a pretty tight house. Anyway signed my blower doors. Maybe twelve hundred or something, and we've added onto it since as there's you know, it's now sixteen forty square feet, you know. We had three kids in it and. As, just say long live there and then boy. We're having kids faster than we're getting towards dream house you know. It's it's it's terrific house at. Its. If, I were to build it when I was thirty five probably would have been the style house building then, which would been this monstrous cat up? Way Too much as way too much rough, it's. Pretty simple. Rans just works day in and day out. You Know Pretty Forgiving Assembly on everything. You know it's it's tough to be. What would you do if you were? To move and build your own house tomorrow, what assemblies would you use for walls and roof? I think it's tough. To not want to do the double wall. Cellulose. Yeah, you know it's. Simply. There's nothing creek about your building walls like you build walls, your dense packing like a dense pack. You know it's just. Yeah. They're still. You gotta get every detail. Right? No matter how you do it, but. You know in. Our our! Training Center. Remember. Bill rose a group of they're they're the ones that Jonah debunked? Then at addicts working, you know. I'm ninety nine percent shares rose, did just a ton of different assemblies, and on different buildings, all over the University of Illinois campus and found out like. It it is what it is yeah. Battles but Yeah, I mean. So, you know I would. I've thought about how to build homes. To Megan this time as possible, one hundred different ways from like, maybe you build on your exterior walls, and then you set your trusses and you drywall the ceiling tape it many comeback and build argument, so you got this Arab Ariza's run. On broken through the whole house to you know just getting up there and. Air Sealing today lights. I really enjoy a lot of the passive home stuff and just. Off Steam Basis, do

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PRO TALK with Rob Delaney

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

PRO TALK with Rob Delaney

"What about your, own house. Can you tell me a little bit about it? And do you have any lingering building science problems you're either you know ignoring or happily ignoring. The Cave of ideas. I built my house when I was twenty five. On my own business for few years at this point, and just you still live in it. Oh absolutely yeah, so my wife and I had bought twenty five acres angrier, still dating. We've been together. Seventeen. And you know there's always. What had happened was Yom Irish, so I got in a fight with our landlord on a Thursday night, and I was digging footings for New House on Friday morning. Not GonNa stay there anymore. We decided that we would just build up. A Small House on property on Shop Foundation, so I build a thirty by thirty four. The original tiny house. And then somewhere else on the property at Sunday we build our dream house and you know. Turn this into a shop. which is you know I was going to have a heated shot foundation? You mean a slab on grade or a? It's got four foot walls under a, but it is, it's it's a slab inside a four foot walls so i. mean it's it's. It's not. It's above or below frost line, but it's you know I. I didn't know you should insulate slabs back then, and I didn't know. Can Lights were all the rage back in two thousand? Twenty or thirty of those in the house, and where we're going to put the the Ductwork Oh, let's just throw it up in the attic and we don't need insulated duct work as we're GONNA cover insulation. there. I I have fixed what I can fix long. You know I mean we didn't use the. Vent vents and through the roof, and so I I six when I can sex along the way You know the other stuff you just learn to live with you know the fans dump outside now and you know we've done smears the only enough there and we've got appropriate levels of insulation and being on a slab. It's naturally a pretty tight house. Anyway signed my blower doors. Maybe twelve hundred or something, and we've added onto it since as there's you know, it's now sixteen forty square feet, you know. We had three kids in it and. As, just say long live there and then boy. We're having kids faster than we're getting towards dream house you know. It's it's it's terrific house at. Its. If, I were to build it when I was thirty five probably would have been the style house building then, which would been this monstrous cat up? Way Too much as way too much rough, it's. Pretty simple. Rans just works day in and day out. You Know Pretty Forgiving Assembly on everything. You know it's it's tough to be. What would you do if you were? To move and build your own house tomorrow, what assemblies would you use for walls and roof? I think it's tough. To not want to do the double wall. Cellulose. Yeah, you know it's. Simply. There's nothing creek about your building walls like you build walls, your dense packing like a dense pack. You know it's just. Yeah. They're still. You gotta get every detail. Right? No matter how you do it, but. You know in. Our our! Training Center. Remember. Bill rose a group of they're they're the ones that Jonah debunked? Then at addicts working, you know. I'm ninety nine percent shares rose, did just a ton of different assemblies, and on different buildings, all over the University of Illinois campus and found out like. It it is what it is yeah. Battles but Yeah, I mean. So, you know I would. I've thought about how to build homes. To Megan this time as possible, one hundred different ways from like, maybe you build on your exterior walls, and then you set your trusses and you drywall the ceiling tape it many comeback and build argument, so you got this Arab Ariza's run. On broken through the whole house to you know just getting up there and. Air Sealing today lights. I really enjoy a lot of the passive home stuff and just. Off Steam Basis, do

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"shop foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Iraqi what else we gonna be talking about March fifth today seven item name is off the ball park at the stadium at UC right and there was a unanimous vote by the the trustees issued a good buddy mine texting smart guy and he made a great point he said right think about the economics of this and how it benefits you see as well so they get rid of the name off of shot field they can now sell the naming rights to somebody else and I will bet you every dollar I own that they've already been making calls as we sit here they're making calls or call no I don't remember the big top big week people alumni whatever say Hey how do you like to have the stay there probably calling Kevin useless right now saying Hey how would how would you like to have your money you call us field and for the low low price of three million Bucks we can make that happen so this is a no brainer for only makes sense in these times they get to get rid of the name that has a bunch of animus attached to it and they get more money out of it and they don't have to give back the old money this is a good is a great deal I I still say that even though shop foundation doesn't want the money back I think it's just a gesture of goodwill you see should say you know what that money we took and we knowingly took it at the time I already knowing what Marge Schott's history what she said we still took the money even our shop foundation doesn't want the money back we're going to give two million dollars to such and such a racial equality foundation just to make sure everyone knows that this is a a real gesture and not driven by economics that's what I think makes sense to me Moscow the photo we got some calls yeah let's say let's go to a gene a gene is honest so Gina far away what he got I have a quick question why don't the student athletes signed to have margins name taken off the building why don't they give their scholarship money thanks to the university because that's what paid for them to be able to go there and just you know basically for free and then they take the money that those student athletes signed that petition take that money back and take that and put it in some kind of diversity training well why can't they do that because you know it never it never fly with that's not gonna happen exactly but you know what eight those student athletes took the money knowing that Marge Schott said things that she said and did things the way she did them but she also gave generously to every body I mean I don't care who are boys girls club where there are African Americans Mexican Americans so I mean I get some of this stuff but my grandchildren are half white half black but you know what it doesn't matter you you can't where are they going to stop it does stop Gina it doesn't stop or exactly it never stops I mean because then it doesn't fit the narrative so it you know it doesn't make it right you know what then they shouldn't take her name off the building I I I agree Gee thanks for the call is kind of very similar I mean to me I talked about yesterday Kylin hill he's a running back from Mississippi state he sent out a tweet yesterday saying I will not play for Mississippi state and tell the Mississippi state flag which has a Confederate flag emblem attached to it until that's changed was like every you knew when you signed up to the university right when you asked when you sign your letter of intent to play there you knew that that flag was a solid this just came about in the last forty eight hours so it is kind of the same thing here you see new when they took the money that this name and all the things she said and run stuff she said the Korean that it was there but now the sun it's it just doesn't it doesn't feel right I think a lot of people were just don't don't see it very well see the this kid in Mississippi also sounds like he's got a little bit ahead of himself because he says he's not going to play unless they change this flag what do you think good will is gonna happen the state government just got a whole whole whole we got to straighten this out right now because you know Joe over here doesn't want to play for St well come on man like he's got a little ahead of himself with his demands and stuff right change it but just don't say I'm not going to do it I agree see you you're talking sensibly at how dare you say I mean what's going to happen though is other players now that the best running back their best player on that team has said I'm not playing with a change of flight what what role as friends and stuff in the locker room gonna say oh I'm I'm fine with the flag no they're going to do I could see a scenario where they join in and all of a sudden there there's no football program because of a flag that was there again I'll change it that's fine but if it can be changed in two months before the football season that is my point yeah work to change it just don't go snap your fingers go I'm not polite and don't act like you have something some sort of you know you're a part of that do you because you signed up to play for the university knowing that that's what the flight was in it just see it just comes across to me what I think it is which is a lot of virtue signaling like Hey look how conscious I am look out you know a a discount as I am of social issues and it reads a little bit of.

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"shop foundation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our program the benefit provides direct financial assistance to purchase healthy foods for families with children who would have received free and reduced price meals if not for school closures due to Kobe nineteen the payment supplement the more than thirteen hundred district grab and go meal sites households directly receive five dollars and seventy cents per child per school day for the duration of school closures announced about twenty eight fifty per week per child it also brings more than a hundred million dollars into the Commonwealth economy supporting our local grocery stores are datas are corner stores and their employees destin local school districts are collecting the necessary data in GTA is actually issuing the benefits to families obviously existing DJ client households with eligible school children will receive the benefits on the currently be T. cards but it was the families who have not previously been known to DTA that we need to reach out to so these families will receive eight will receive a unique PBT card and notices planning the program and how to use the card households residing in districts to provide universal school meals will be automatically enrolled this includes some families who are over the income limit for snacks nutritional national school lunch programs no families obligated to use the card and they're instructed to destroy the card should they not wish to participate in the program during this public health and economic crisis families were previously over income eligible eligibility limits may have lost income sources and need this critical financial support to purchase food and nutritional food for their family we are working closely with the Shah foundation and project bread to market to market and communicate about P. E. T. the shock foundation is developing that outreach materials to promote the program to families and familiar with GTA and EBT cards the shop foundations also creating an external website the house all the information on this program and project read the very important partner for us is assisting with drafting materials and conducting outreach to schools and all of our food banks and other partners it's one of a number of resources are trying to make available to ensure that families have the resources they need for food security for their families and on that matter as you know we announced that the command center will launch of food security task force today actually marks the first their first meeting includes membership from state agencies the legislature and other partners including the lake the greater Boston food bank project.

"shop foundation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:50 min | 2 years ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tonight is our tattoos in or out and then he would chase seven here Jimmy so just listen to rise to it so I've always put tattoos and worked well together but we agree with that or not yes okay maybe not now back in the day so our tattoo sexy or not sexy on men okay what do women think that tattoos are men are sexy or demand thanks Ted to the sexy men which were not not that you're gay or straight that's all I'm saying but you all like to look at Joe's tattoo so y'all gonna for Jenna or you're doing it for women are you doing for it because you want to do it I mean so they sexy well as as far as women begin their sex young man I've I've never had a problem with it but as far as on women for me the biggest thing is they just have to be good you know there's nothing there's nothing to me there's nothing more nothing worse than you know a beautiful girl or someone that could be beautiful just covered in terrible tattoos okay so what you're saying is with a female has tons of tattoos but that aren't good by a good artist right absolutely so you know that yeah there's nothing worse than a stripper tattoos I don't know what's at stake a what's a strip attached like a tramp stamp all guards him you got to give me a chance I can I say that I don't know because I don't think of a carefully because Hey what is a what is how does it refer to you know boy held out she should know she goes to strip clubs going to send you what you can yes I going to have someone's in trouble and I said Transdev it's like on your lower back right above your **** right why is that bad which is updated hello hello I think that there's a new version of tramp stamps out there every every six months as a media stamps get those the underboob tattoo which is basically the tram step on the front upside down underneath the breasts yeah everyone's getting down last year was riding on the ribs and happy for that it was a tramp stamp and he has the nineties was tribal I don't know if you also like in the eighteen eighties J. one of British flag so wait a minute so they're called literally tramp tattooed center that was the nickname transaction and what about a woman that has like the sophisticated job that works in our corporate America do you ever get one like that that come in force and where they want tattoos Pinterest tattoos small stuff lately like fine line little white flowers things like that the worst of the worst because I was trying to right now is is the writing on the inside of the finger which is yes never holds the you know one in a row countryside of your finger on the side of the finger right here it's it's such a bad idea so many levels and we get asked for it constantly and it's because of you know people see a finished product and they think that's how it's going to heal and you know what are the advantages of going above and experienced a two studios at when you have guys have been specially means been doing it for so long you can hear these if you were set to go I remember the war of eighteen twelve crazy if I let go ahead you know you you you know we're we're you know part of our job is to educate the customer and you know a lot of people come in with these with these ideas and sometimes it can I have the heart set on it and you know you need to just try to explain to them what else sounding condescending or rude you know why it isn't gonna work and you know most people just do it anyway I don't understand that I don't know I don't like anymore but I don't have any touches on my by thank you so they went from the finger tattoos if you listen to this okay now we don't have to okay so would would give me the percentage obviously more man I'm gonna say but what's the percent maybe I'm wrong percentage female to male getting tattoos now in two thousand nineteen but I can give you my data we definitely have were somewhere around like sixty forty more women customers and then sixty percent women yeah forty percent men things have changed yep really and I think a part of it has to do with what we have a lot of female artist on staff that that we advertise that I mean we just have such a a mix of of staff and artists and styles that you know it's just not your typical stereo type tattoo shop where you got the ball in the and on the couch and of motorcycles out front yard I wish it still all agree that tattoos look good on young people one young skin correct but my son's twenty five his tattoos like reading was good though in which when I know that it's sad to know your bikini or or whatever so every case J. still had hair yeah I mean yeah J. J's gonna go see mad cannot wait till your he has had on right now because he he has to go see map well you know you know in a way that you can work something out because he's like a tattoo is wrapped around the body shop foundations you want more here right so hi this is fit for the record I pulled out the little guys like Jimmy with the work of years that's why have their lives that might say that's a red Terry yeah by the side now the other side I don't know that we know that's not factually we don't know what's factual anymore jeans jeans jeans anyways Stratis spot you've ever put a tattoo on I would I would I would say you know maybe the strangest situation I've ever been in is where like I've you know tattooing has changed a lot so you can't really get too wild anymore without facing a lawsuit or somebody complaining of going on yelp or whatever it is so we we try to remain as professional as possible as a vehicle in the doctor's office so imagine if you were going in for a check up in your doctor you walk into the examination room so it's completely naked yeah you know the world no you didn't even have to be so I I've had a couple people just like get like drop down to the socks what do you do it too so you'll let them you like taking your panties off you know it would be though okay so there are those strange well yeah yeah yeah just strange old man for some reason those worst intentions though if you have like your Cerner helping some are idols horror story I have a problem with that one I have a problem look at the kids here's a big holes in them and then they're gonna get all these years gonna hold you put your lives on a sorry about that you can get them some backup yeah no you know any story I asked her to take me to get my bellybutton pierced and she fainted sure the six sixteen yes it's a half and tribal ways on mass F. yeah I'd like that I'm the guy next to us was getting something done he's getting his private part peers remember that's why fainted watch these legal court was private not going to your stomach I'm like there any shade can hold I really have to watch is gonna get a tattoo on his son is thinking so yeah I see a big drop the ball not location so the latest trends and tattoos black and white or color because I look at you you got a lot of black to white he's got a lot of color with a color into so ever since probably fifty fifty now but that's with a lot of raising the into black and gray style is it's become very popular of so I'd say half of that maybe half a color now no I did like attach a one time a couple of my guys that work for me construction they did Bob weir who and actually start on when I was in my twenties at the time I think when I started on Pamela Anderson I thought that's a cool tattoo right now fifty four why didn't go into it because my hands like sagging in Inglewood that will look pretty but why would those so big and now they're gone you just go back that was pre Pinterest in pre internet where you know you have a limited about a celebrity's over get a ton of exposure kind of broke that barrier of of you know it being like you know Pamela Anderson was a sex symbol so she got a tattoo or I can't have any barbed wire tattoos we've done and you know tattoo is a funny thing because you know people mocked the tramp stamp mark my words in ten years people gonna go back and be given a chance step again because you gotta think it's cool and retro like all video games and everything else what goes in goes out what goes out comes back in who is except if you're in a flight you know you can't do it anymore when it comes back in twenty years later and you've already done it one time you're out by saying that he can't do it okay you can do about your daughter can do it but you look like a shinning Maggie should we get you doing it okay what is that H. McGee yeah thank you for doing that so you know it's such a huge ward for Sri Gading means you're an idiot but in in in he hasn't exactly like yours Righetti you call them schmuck astronauts should be getting ready this one have you ever spelled the name on somebody wrong Jesus and what do you do if you did that or have you ever seen that done one I'm pleased the fifth I'm looking I'm a builder third is right I made my mistakes thirty years ago okay so let's talk in the past not the future you thought the girl's name was what was used by the people spell Cindy so many different ways that we Y. C. I. S. and they use it what if I at the local I'll say this that you know now with technology that we have a laser company that we deal with called the finery back in the day back in the day easy mistake he bends it up I will say it hello yeah I'm not gonna lie it's it's it's happened but you know it's also sometimes the people spell there the what they're getting around him you know I'm not an English teacher typically you want to show the designs your client regardless how does they will they want to see it you know and they lined off exactly whatever if they don't catch and how much was it you know what we're going to be going to break but I'm not sure question and you come back and think about an answer it is that you're dating this girl the boy a guy would ever put your name on vice versa they break up six months later we we go on from there I'm sitting.

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"To training videos feature length documentaries to corporate videos and just about everything in between do these latest film is the documentary eagle one to want to which chronicles president Reagan's secret agent ambassador at Lee a meal want to who helped mastermind a creative way to financially take down the economy of the Soviet Union and to go she ate it an agreement with secretary general Mikhail Gorbachev line get be welcome back to coast to coast AM how are you right Richard awesome to be with you tonight we should also point out you are the communications director for a Lee wants her who at this moment is well we can introduce him a little bit later you're gonna lay a bit of the ground work for us it's been about four years it'll be four years in may since you were last on the program and there are a lot of people probably listening now who didn't hear that program so let's let's again laid the just give us the backstory first of all I described a little bit of lease background appointed by president Reagan under a particular doctrine Danny became his his secret agent first of all I never knew there was such a but just take me back yeah how to that to to how that happened why did president Reagan choose this rather unassuming gentleman to become a secret agent well that's a great yeah that's that's such an interesting story it's been a what I call obstructed history there's so much of this story good chicken here tonight that is never been told to the to the American public it's been suppressed and covered up but anyway you could tell you about about certainly want to first of all president Reagan needed a somebody that he can trust that could do that would be willing to do some work behind enemy lines and he used what was called the Tolkien doctrines which was initiated by president Abraham Lincoln with a man named told you that was used to help go behind Confederate lines to help bring down the confederacy use the potent option to bring to justify bringing on board a person that he trusted his name was we all want to also known as a Leo he will want to and he became an ambassador by the way in this process I think this phone **** will talk about that later but anyway lead that they had was commissioned are mandated to do some work behind enemy lines to help ring down with the Soviet Union or what was known as the evil empire and if you go back in history of course a lot of history being taught about that time here right now but if you go back that was a very very scary time in our history not country it was just one button away you know from the nuclear disaster that wiped out you know old man time on the or so it was very scarce because we had an arms race that was absolutely blown out our economy and we were having to keep up with and build our military might up and it was a tremendous a drain on our economy they were done it dozens and dozens of horrible proxy wars going on in in Africa and Southeast Asia all over the place people think that it was a non shooting war and while the United States and the Soviet Union didn't necessarily exchange a lot of gunfire all these proxy wars around the world were killing and maiming tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of people well absolutely in a lot of people and realize that China was struggling against the evil empire as well during that time period there was a border skirmishes going on there was a potential war between Russia and China that was in the process of taking place so Reagan decided to work in conjunction with the Chinese and at the premiere at the time Jones child team in he also had a counterpart that was became lease partner's name was Howard clock in the two work together to effect currency changes that would help take down the Soviet Union financially as opposed to taking them on in that shooting more so so awful for that so this this currency exchange this was the instrument by which he collapse the Soviet economy and we can get leave it in here later maybe to give us a few more details but he was first first however Lee was given some seed money right in order to some money to play with in order to do this where that money come from that money was a was basically needed to just be backed up they get they rarely receive some credit through working with the Chinese Lee was able to and president Reagan and work together on this they got we received about a hundred fifty billion dollars in seed money which was what they and the which is backed up you know would help the Chinese the billion with of the hundred and fifty billion that is correct hi and this is a million dollars this is in the nineteen eighties right yeah yeah okay yeah so that's and that's in through that through this currency exchange this and we can tell you more details how he did that we all remember we we not only was he somebody that breaking trusted but he had a photographic memory understood mathematics very well and was just very Brian yeah I don't know what to believe that you is you're probably using best that if you're asking that but I could tell you that he's were brilliant and not that plus the side be growing have the character and integrity that Reagan trusted him and a lot of people know who he is in the White House they saw him come and go and they have those people you know course some of them are still alive in one part of the project that we're working on on the dock so when it when we say that Lee was a secret agent he's not like a James Bond character who is caring and a gun war you know had a cyanide pill around his neck in case he got caught he wasn't that kind of a secret agent right now well there is a lot of things that happened similar to that but obvious you if he was a spy he one of live there's no way that he could have done the work he did he have to be able to go behind enemy lines networks work with the enemy and get their trust and and he was able to to do some things that buyers somebody it was it would be considered an employee of the government one of been able to do all right let alone can be along give the is with us and he is the president of get beat media group he also acts acts as ambassador at least once his communications director he's also line is a a documentary filmmaker will tell you a little bit about eagle one to want that's the documentary film that has been in the works for what three four years and then about for almost five years now all right and also the the editor of of leave want is incredible story it's called want to blacks one white hat and ambassador Lee wanted is in a secure location the nineties we we can't divulge where he is but he will join us after the bottom of the hour now so these and he'll be he'll describe this in more detail but these currency exchanges that essentially work with the what they accomplished was de valuing the Russian ruble if the ruble collapsed and so the Soviet Union was basically broke they couldn't keep up with the the U. S. arms race and and and the the spending in the military spending in the United States so I understand then want to convince Mikhail Gorbachev basically to step aside and he paid him ten billion dollars is that correct that's correct and that's part of the the documentary this is the story in Sin lease biography he actually went into the Kremlin and was able to set up the meeting that with Gorbachev and did give him ten billion dollars to step down in Gorbachev agreed and that was enough that he agreed to step down he was paid those funds and then he moved down to presidio California started his foundation the card shop foundation so that's the part of the history that nobody really has heard about or really understand but I could tell you after five years of research in it and and looking at all the documents and interviewing quite a few people I can secretary that I believe without question that that is the truth of exactly what happened the way that we're describing but when you first were approached by Lee or when you first met him on the face of it I mean it sounds too incredible to be true did you believe it right away well when I first heard he was known as the twenty central in down and I'm like most people when they hear that they have there and roll our eyes and start thinking yeah right you know but when I started learning about him and and he did come to my yeah in Washington state in in a week and lived in our home actually for the time and everyone said he would never come in he did he showed up and we picked him up there were some security issues at the time but we spent a whole week together and interviewed him I have thirteen hours of content Emily where he is mine is in is very sharp and mean even at that time he was seventy five he could recount details times St people's names and he's seventy nine now you can still do the same you'll get to hear from here a little later in the broadcast we'll be surprise is how sharp the is that his agent channel course use up late at night just like all of us here at one o'clock in the morning for him right so you'll be impressed I think when you hear Lee so when we refer to him as the thirty one point two trillion I've I'm rounding it up to thirty two trailing what's a trillion between friends right the thirty two trillion dollar man so that is the the the the the the fortune that he amassed not only through these currency exchanges but there were some other financial maneuvers that he did it again he'll explain these buying certain I'm not your bank bank promissory notes or something but this money that he made what was he supposed to do with that money according to president Reagan what aspects are you paying the positive thing that you know I wanted to share with your listeners that other than than a lot of people say all he's going to get rich and have all this money this one like when the lottery or something his whole plan was to do it Reagan had that an mandated or ask him to do he took an all we did to follow the mandate a raise and set up and that was that when they amassed all this money the plan was to repatriated it was made outside the country in the imposter you don't know what they have to corporations for this application yeah there's a whole lot of what is your line is breaking up line I'm not sure you want a cell phone or a a cordless phone how that that best better okay so just back up about twenty seconds but I mean let me back up and say that that he ask me that question once again if you would please all right so what was to be done with this thirty two trillion dollars that want to had amassed using these currency exchanges and other financial maneuvers all right here big sign anything about it for every American and and and the whole world is that the money was supposed to basically be repatriated back into the United States it was made outside of the United States in Austin was made on our private corporations but we have agreed and with Reagan that that money would be repatriated and so he could pay his taxes into our country and part of it was to build us to put pay taxes which again the stance from out at thirty five percent would go in which would pay off our national debt the other thing that was supposed to be is for it was for a high speed rail system and infrastructure our country to get us caught up in also go into helping with some of the banking issues you know some of the crop banking that's going on they wanted to develop a better look the student loan program works worst students are ripped off they wanted to also help the veteran okay so I'd hang that by paying the tax on when he repatriates the the trillions into the United States has to pay tax on that thirty five percent that we're talking what twelve thirteen trillion dollars that would go to pay off part of the debt and the then you know help build infrastructure we're gonna bring the man himself into the conversation in just a moment lawn get beat my guess from TV media group he is the indications director for ambassador we want to president Reagan secret agent the thirty one point two trillion dollar man and he joins us next Saint motel my tight takings of the brake on coast to coast AM she's down he's ready okay you'll be J. I'm Robert wood topping Austin's news the president's attorneys began presenting their case of the Senate impeachment trial White House counsel bats of Bologna tells the Senate Democrats did not come close to proving their case we believe that when you hear the facts and that's what we intend to cover today the fax you will find that the president did absolutely nothing wrong thanks is picking up the back of the pack on a new list of the most educated states in the nation ranking thirty ninth in a new study from wallet hub Austin city leaders staffers about a thousand volunteers are taking part in the city's annual point in time count of the local homeless population the gale BJ radar weather watch look for a low in the low to mid fifties overnight with a chance of showers I'm Robert would.

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Newsradio 1200 WOAI

13:55 min | 2 years ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To training videos feature length documentaries to corporate videos and just about everything in between give these latest film is the documentary eagle one to want to which chronicles president Reagan's secret agent ambassador lead a meal want to who helped mastermind a creative way to financially take down the economy of the Soviet Union and to go she ate it an agreement with secretary general Mikhail Gorbachev lawn get beat welcome back to coast to coast AM how are you Hey Richard awesome to be with you tonight we should also point out you are the communications director for a Lee wants her who at this moment is well we're gonna introduce him a little bit later you're gonna lay a bit of the ground work for us it's been about four years it'll be four years in may since you were last on the program and there are a lot of people probably listing now who didn't hear that program so let's let's again laid the just give us the backstory first of all I described a little bit of lease background appointed by president Reagan under a particular doctrine Danny became his his secret agent first of all I never knew there was such a thing but just take me back yeah how to that to to how that happened why did president Reagan use this rather unassuming gentleman to become a secret agent well that's a great yeah that's that's such an interesting story it's been a what I call obstructed history there's so much of of this story good chicken here tonight that has never been told to the to the American public it's been suppressed and covered up but anyway you to tell you about about certainly want to for a first of all president Reagan needed a somebody that he could trust that could you know that would be willing to do some work behind enemy lines and he used what was called the token doctrine which was that initiated by president Abraham Lincoln with them and they told me that was used to help go behind the Confederate lines to help bring down the confederacy here's the Toten doctrine to bring to justify bringing on board a person that he trusted his name was we don't want that also known as Leo he won't want to and he yeah I became an ambassador by the way in this process of interest on **** will talk about that later but anyway lead they have was commissioned are mandated to do some work behind enemy lines to help ring down with the Soviet Union are what was known as the evil empire and if you go back in history of course a lot of history being taught about that time here right now but if you go back it was a very very scary time in our history not country it was just one button away you know from a nuclear disaster that wiped out you know all mankind on here so that was very scarce because we had an arms race that was absolutely blown out our economy and we are having to keep up with the and build our military might up and it was a tremendous centering on our economy they were done and dozens and dozens of horrible proxy wars going on in in Africa and Southeast Asia all over the place people think that it was a non shooting war and while the United States and the Soviet Union didn't necessarily exchange a lot of gunfire all these proxy wars around the world with killing and maiming tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of people well absolutely in a lot of people and realize that China was struggling against the vampires well during that time period there was a border skirmishes going on there is a potential war between Russia and China that was in the process of taking place so Reagan decided to work in conjunction with the Chinese in at the premiere of the time Jim's child team in he also had a counterpart that was became lease partner's name was how the clock in the two work together to effect a currency changes that would help take down the Soviet Union financially as opposed to taking him on in that shooting more so so so this this currency exchange this was the instrument by which he collapse the Soviet economy and we can get leave the end here later maybe to give us a few more details but he was first first however Lee was given some seed money right in order to some money to play with in order to to do this where that money come from that money was a was basically needed to just be backed up they got they were able to receive some credit through working with the Chinese lead was able to and president Reagan and work together on this they got we received about a hundred fifty billion dollars in seed money which was what they and the which is backed up you know without the Chinese fifty billion with a B. a hundred and fifty billion that is correct and this is a million dollars this is in the nineteen eighties right yeah okay yeah so that's and that's in through that through this currency exchange this and we can tell you more details how he did that we all remember leave that we not only was he somebody that breaking trusted but he had a photographic memory understood mathematics very well and was just very Brian yeah I don't know what to believe that you have to probably you reinvest that if you're asking that but I could tell you that you were brilliant I'm not that flush beside you growing have the character and integrity that Reagan trusted him and a lot of people know who the media's in the White House they saw him come and go and they have those people you know course some of them are still alive in part of the project that we're working on on the docile and when it when we say that Lee was a secret agent he's not like a James Bond character who is caring and a gun war you know had a cyanide pill around his neck in case he got caught he wasn't that kind of a secret agent right now well there is a lot of things that happened similar to that but obvious you if you was a supply human of live there's no way that he could have done the work he did he have to be able to go behind enemy lines networks work with the enemy and get their trust and and he was able to to do some things that a spire somebody it was it will would be considered an employee of the government one of been able to do all right online can be a long give he is with us and he is the president of get beat media group he also act acts as ambassador at least once as communications director he's also loan is a a documentary filmmaker will tell you a little bit about eagle one to one so that's the documentary film that has been in the works for what three four years and then about for almost five years now all right and also the the editor of of leave want is incredible story it's called want to blacks one white hat and the ambassador Lee wanted is in a secure location the nineties weekly can't divulge where he is but he will join us after the bottom of the hour a now so these and he'll be he'll describe this in more detail but these currency exchanges of that essentially work with the what they accomplished was de valuing the Russian ruble if the ruble collapsed and so the Soviet Union was basically broke they couldn't keep up with the the US arms race and and and the the spending in the military spending in the United States so I understand then want to convince Mikhail Gorbachev basically to step aside and he paid him ten billion dollars is that correct that's correct and that's part of the the documenting this the story ends in grease biography he actually went into the Kremlin and was able to set up the meeting that with Gorbachev and did give him ten billion dollars to step down in Gorbachev agreed that that was the math if you agree to to step down he was so great those funds and then he moved to presidio California started his foundation the card shop foundation so that the part of the history that nobody really has heard about or really understand but I could tell you after five years of researching that and looking at all the documents and interviewing quite a few people I can secondary that I believe without question that that if the truth of exactly what happened the way that were described but when you first were approached by Lee or when you first met him on the face of it I mean it sounds too incredible to be true did you believe it right away well when I first heard he was known as the twenty central in down and I'm like most people when they hear that they have very little or I start thinking yeah right you know but when I started learning about him and and he did come to my video in Washington state in in a week and lived in our home actually for a period of time and everyone said he would never come in he did he showed up and we picked him up there were some security issues at the time but we spent a whole week together and interviewed him thirteen hours of content from league where he is mine is in is very sharp and mean even at that time he was seventy five he could recount details times they people's names and he's seventy nine down you can still do the same you'll get to hear from here a little later in the broadcast you'll be surprised just how sharp the is that his agent channel course use up late at night just like all of us here at one o'clock in the morning for him right so you'll be impressed I think we need here Lee so when we refer to him as the thirty one point two trillion I I'm rounding it up to thirty two trailing was a trillion between friends right the thirty two trillion dollar man so that is the the the the the the fortune that he amassed not only through these currency exchanges but there were some other financial maneuvers that he did it again he'll explain these buying certain I'm not your bank bank promissory notes or something but this money that he made what was he supposed to do with that money according to president Reagan what are you paying the part of the thing that you know I wanted to share with your listeners of that other than than a lot of people say all he's going to get rich and have all this money this one like winning the lottery or something his whole plan was to do it Reagan had that mandated or ask him to do he took and all we did to follow the mandate arrangement set up and that was that when they announced all this money the plan was to repatriated it was made outside the country in the inbox you don't know what they have to corporate specifically for this application yeah there's a whole lot what is your line is breaking up line I'm not sure you want a cell phone or a a cordless phone how's that at best better okay so just back up a book twenty seconds there so let me let me back up and say that that he ask me that question once again if you would please all right so what was to be done with this thirty two trillion dollars that want to had amassed using these currency exchanges and other financial maneuvers all right here exciting thing about it for every American and and and the whole world is that the money was supposed to basically be repatriated back into the United States it was made outside of the United States an officer was made under private corporations but we have agreed with Reagan that that money would be repatriated the end so he could pay his taxes into our country and part of it was to build up to put pay taxes which again the stencil now at thirty five percent would go in which would pay off our national debt the other thing that was supposed to be escort was for a high speed rail system and infrastructure for our country to get us caught up in also go into helping with some of the banking issues you know some of the crap banking that's going on they wanted to develop a better look the student loan program works worst students aren't ripped off they wanted to also help the veterans okay so I can hang that by paying the tax on it when he repatriates the the trillions into the United States yes to pay tax on that thirty five percent that we're talking what twelve thirteen trillion dollars that would go to pay off part of the debt and the then you know help build infrastructure we're gonna bring the man himself into the.

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"shop foundation" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

13:25 min | 2 years ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on 600 WREC

"To training videos feature length documentaries to corporate videos and just about everything in between give these latest film is the documentary eagle one to want to which chronicles president Reagan's secret agent ambassador Lee a meal want to who helped mastermind a creative way to financially take down the economy of the Soviet Union and to go she ate it an agreement with secretary general Mikhail Gorbachev lawn gibi welcome back to coast to coast AM how are you right Richard awesome to be with you tonight we should also point out you are the communications director for a Lee wants her who at this moment is well we're gonna introduce him a little bit later you're gonna lay a bit of the ground work for us it's been about four years it'll be four years in may since you were last on the program and there are a lot of people probably listening now who didn't hear that program so let's let's again laid the just give us the backstory first of all I described a little bit of lease background appointed by president Reagan under a particular doctrine Danny became his his secret agent first of all I never knew there was such a thing but just take me back yeah how to that to to how that happened why did president Reagan use this rather unassuming gentleman to become a secret agent well that's a great yeah that's that's such an interesting story it's been a what I call obstructed history there's so much of this story good chicken here tonight that has never been told to the to the American public it's been suppressed and covered up but anyway you could tell you about about certainly want for a first of all president Reagan needed a somebody that he could trust that could do that would be willing to do some work behind enemy lines and he used what was called the token doctrine which was initiated by president Abraham Lincoln with a man who told me that was used to help go behind Confederate lines to help bring down the confederacy use the code and doctor and to bring to justify bringing on board a person that he trusted his name was Lee you want to also known as Leo he will want to and he and I became an ambassador by the way in this process at the fish on **** will talk about that later but anyway lead if they have was commissioned are mandated to do some work behind enemy lines to help ring down with the Soviet Union are what was known as the evil empire and if you go back in history of course a lot of history being taught about that time here right now but if you go back it was a very very scary time in our history in our country it was just one button away you know from a nuclear disaster that wiped out you know all mankind on here so that was very much we have an arms race that was absolutely blown out our economy and we were having to keep up with and build our military might up and it was a tremendous a drain on our economy they were done it dozens and dozens of horrible proxy wars going on in in Africa and Southeast Asia all over the place people think that it was a non shooting war and while the United States and the Soviet Union didn't necessarily exchange a lot of gunfire all these proxy wars around the world with killing and maiming tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of people all absolutely in a lot of people and realize that China was struggling against the evil empire as well during that time period there was a border skirmishes going on there is a potential war between Russia and China that was in the process of taking place so Reagan decided to work in conjunction with the Chinese in at the Primera time Jim's child teen in he also had a counterpart that was became lease partner's name was how the clock in the two work together to the fact that currency changes that would help take down the Soviet Union financial you're supposed to take them on in that shooting more so so so this this currency exchange this was the instrument by which he collapse the Soviet economy and we can get leave and here later maybe to give us a few more details but he was first first however Lee was given some seed money right in order to some money to play with in order to do this where that money come from that money was a was basically needed to just be backed up they get they rarely receive some credit through working with the Chinese we was able to and president Reagan and work together on this they got we received about a hundred fifty billion dollars in seed money which was what they and the which is backed up you know without the Chinese fifty billion with a B. hundred and fifty billion that is correct hi and this is a million dollars this is in the nineteen eighties right yeah okay yeah so that's and that's in through that through this currency exchange this then we can tell you more details how he did that you'll remember leave that we not only was he somebody that Reagan trusted buddy have a photographic memory understood mathematics very well and was just very Brian yeah I don't know what to believe that you have to probably you reinvest that if you're asking that but I could tell you that you were brilliant and not that flush beside you growing have the character and integrity that Reagan trusted him and a lot of people know who we as in the White House they saw him come and go and they have those people you know course some of them are still alive in are the project that we're working on on the dock so when it when we say that Lee was a secret agent he's not like a James Bond character who is caring and a gun war you know had a cyanide pill around his neck in case he got caught he wasn't that kind of a secret agent right now well there is a lot of things that happened similar to that but I mean if you if you was a spot he one of live there's no way that he could have done the work he did he have to be able to go behind enemy lines in other words work with the enemy and get their trust and and he was able to to do some things that a fire somebody it was it will would be considered an employee of the government one of the nail to do all right along DB along give me is with us and he is the president of get beat media group he also acts acts as ambassador at least once his communications director he's also line is a a documentary filmmaker will tell you a little bit about eagle one to want that's the documentary film that has been in the works for what three four years and that about or almost five years now all right and also the the editor of of leave want is incredible story it's called want to blacks one white hat and ambassador Lee wanted is in a secure location the nineties week we can't divulge where he is but he will join us after the bottom of the hour now so these and he'll be he'll describe this in more detail but these currency exchanges that essentially were the what they accomplished was de valuing the Russian ruble if the ruble collapsed and so the Soviet Union was basically broke they couldn't keep up with the the US arms race and and and the the spending in the military spending in the United States so I understand then want to convince Mikhail Gorbachev basically to step aside and he paid him ten billion dollars is that correct that's correct and that's part of the the documentary this is the story instantly starker feet he actually went into the Kremlin and was able to set up the meeting that with Gorbachev and did give him ten billion dollars to step down in Gorbachev agreed to that was to not that she agreed to step down he was paid those funds and then he moved Jack to presidio California started his foundation the card shop foundation so that's a part of the history that nobody really has heard about or really understand but I could tell you after five years of researching that and looking at all the documents and interviewing quite a few people I can secondary that I believe without question that that is the truth of exactly what happened the way that were described in it but when you first were approached by Lee or when you first met him on the face of it I mean it sounds too incredible to be true did you believe it right away well when I first heard he was known as the twenty central in nam and I'm like most people when they hear that they have their role where I start thinking yeah right you know but when I started learning about him and and he did come to my studio in Washington state and spent a week and lived in our home actually for a period of time and everyone said he would never come in he did he showed up and we picked him up there were some security issues at the time but we spent a whole week together and interviewed him thirteen hours of content from league where he is mine is in is very sharp and I mean even at that time he was seventy five he could recount details time date people's names and he's seventy nine now you can still do the same you'll get to hear from here a little later in the broadcast you'll be surprised that is how sharp the is that his agent channel course use up late at night just like all of us here at one o'clock in the morning for him right so you'll be impressed I think we need here early so that when we refer to him as the thirty one point two trillion I've I'm rounding it up to thirty two trailing what's a trillion between friends right the thirty two trillion dollar man so that is the the the the the the fortune that he amassed not only through these currency exchanges but there were some other financial maneuvers that he did it again he'll explain these buying certain I'm not your bank bank promissory notes or something but this money that he made what was he supposed to do with that money according to president Reagan what aspects are you paying the part of the thing that you know I wanted to share with your listeners that other than than a lot of people say all he's going to get rich and have all this money this one like winning the lottery or something his whole plan was to do it Reagan had that mandated or ask him to do he took an all we did to follow the mandate a raise and set up and that was that when they amassed all this money the plan was to repatriated it was made outside the country in the inbox you know that what they had to corporations specifically for this application yeah there's a whole lot what is your line is breaking up line I'm not sure you want a cell phone or a a cordless phone how that at best better okay to just back up about twenty seconds there so let me let me back up and say that that he ask me that question once again if you would please all right so what was to be done with this thirty two trillion dollars that want to had amassed using these currency exchanges and other financial maneuvers all right here big sign anything about it for every American and and and the whole world is that the money was supposed to basically be repatriated back into the United States it was made outside of the United States an officer was made under private corporations but we have agreed with Reagan that that money would be repatriated and so he could pay his taxes into our country and part of it was to build up to put pay taxes which again the stencil now at thirty five percent would go in which would pay off our national debt the other thing that was supposed to be a sport was for a high speed rail system and infrastructure for our country you get us caught up in also go into helping with some of the banking issues you know some of.

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"shop foundation" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:52 min | 2 years ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on KGO 810

"And just about everything in between Gaby's latest film is the documentary eagle one to want to which chronicles president Reagan's secret agent ambassador lead a meal want to who helped mastermind a creative way to financially take down the economy of the Soviet Union and to go she ate it an agreement with secretary general Mikhail Gorbachev lawn gibi welcome back to coast to coast AM how are you great Richard awesome to be with you tonight we should also point out you are the communications director for a Lee wants her who at this moment is well we're gonna introduce him a little bit later you're gonna lay a bit of the ground work for us it's been about four years it'll be four years in may since you were last on the program and there are a lot of people probably listening now who didn't hear that program so let's let's again laid the just give us the backstory first of all I described a little bit of lease background appointed by president Reagan under a particular doctrine Danny became his his secret agent first of all I never knew there was such a thing but just take me back yeah how to that to to how that happened why did president Reagan choose this rather unassuming gentleman to become a secret agent well that's a great yeah that's that's such an interesting story it's been a what I call obstructive history there's so much of this story but you can hear tonight that is never been told to the to the American public it's been suppressed and covered up but anyway to tell you about about certainly one test for a first of all president Reagan needed they somebody that he could trust that could you know that would be willing to do some work behind enemy lines and he used what was called the token doctrine which was initiated by president Abraham Lincoln with a man named Houghton that was used to help go behind Confederate lines to help bring down the confederacy here's the potent Aktion different to justify bringing on board a person that he trusted his name was Lee you want to also known as Leo he will want to and he and I became an ambassador by the way in this process of interest on **** will talk about that later but anyway lead if they have was commissioned are mandated to do some work behind enemy lines to help ring down the Soviet Union are what was known as the evil empire and if you go back in history of course a lot of history being taught about that time here right now but if you go back there was a very very scary time in our history not country it was just one button away you know from a nuclear disaster that wiped out you know old man time on here so that was very scarce because we had an arms race that was absolutely blown out our economy and we were having to keep up with and build our military might up and it was a tremendous drain on our economy they were done it dozens and dozens of horrible proxy wars going on in in Africa and Southeast Asia all over the place people think that it was a non shooting war and while the United States and the Soviet Union didn't necessarily exchange a lot of gunfire all these proxy wars around the world with killing and maiming tens of thousands hundreds of thousands of people well absolutely in a lot of people and realize that China was struggling against the evil empire as well during that time period there was border skirmishes going on there was a potential war between Russia and China that was in the process of taking place so Reagan decided to work in conjunction with the Chinese and at the Primera time junction child team in he also had a counterpart that was became lease partner's name was Harry clock in the two work together to the fact that currency exchanges that would help take down the Soviet Union financially as opposed to taking him on in that shooting more so so awful for that so this this currency exchange this was the instrument by which he collapsed the Soviet economy and we can get leave and here later maybe to give us a few more details but he was first first however Lee was given some seed money right in order to some money to play with in order to do this where that money come from that money was a was basically needed to just be backed up they get they rarely receive some credit through working with the Chinese we was able to and president Reagan and work together on this they got we received about a hundred fifty billion dollars in seed money which was what they and the which is backed up you know without the Chinese hundred fifty billion with of the hundred and fifty billion that is correct hi and this is in the late dollars this is in the nineteen eighties right yeah okay yeah so that's and that's in through that through this currency exchange this and we can tell you more details how he did that we all remember leave that we not only was he somebody that breaking trusted but he had a photographic memory understood mathematics very well and was just very Brian yeah I don't know what to believe that you have to probably I mean there's that if you're asking that but I could tell you that you were brilliant and not that slouch beside be growing have the character and integrity that Reagan trust if you and a lot of people now who will be is in the White House they saw him come and go and they have those people you know course some of them are still alive in are the project that we're working on on the docile and when it when we say that Lee was a secret agent he's not like a James Bond character who is caring and a gun war you know had a cyanide pill around his neck in case he got caught he wasn't that kind of a secret agent right now well there is a lot of things that happened similar to that but obvious you if he was a spry human of live there's no way that he could have done the work he did he have to be able to go behind enemy lines in other words work with the enemy and get their trust and and he was able to to do some things that aspires somebody it was it would be considered an employee of the government would have been able to do all right now how long can be along give me is with us and he is the president of get beat media group he also acts acts as ambassador at least once his communications director he's also lawn is a a documentary filmmaker will tell you a little bit about eagle one to want that's the documentary film that has been in the works for what three four years and then about for almost five years now all right and also the the editor of of leave want is incredible story it's called want to blacks one white hat and ambassador Lee wanted is in a secure location the nineties we we can't divulge where he is but he will join us after the bottom of the hour a now so these and he'll be he'll describe this in more detail but these currency exchanges that essentially were the what they accomplished was de valuing the Russian ruble if the ruble collapsed and so the Soviet Union was basically broke they couldn't keep up with the the U. S. arms race and and and the the spending in the military spending in the United States so I understand then want to convince Mikhail Gorbachev basically to step aside and he paid him ten billion dollars is that correct that's correct and that's part of the the documenting this the story ends and leaves biography he actually went into the Kremlin and was able to set up the meeting that with Gorbachev and did give him ten billion dollars to step down in Gorbachev agreed and that was the map if you agree to to step down he was paid those bonds and then he moved back to presidio California started his foundation the card shop foundation so that's a part of the history that nobody really has heard about or really understands what I could tell you after five years of researching that and looking at all the documents and interviewing quite a few people I can secretary that I believe without question that that is the truth of exactly what happened the way that we're describing an inch but when you first were approached by Lee or when you first met him on the face of it I mean it sounds too incredible to be true did you believe it right away well when I first heard he was known as the twenty central in down and I'm like most people when they hear that they have very roll our eyes of start yeah right you know but when I started learning about him and and he did come to my studio in Washington state and spent a week and lived in our home actually for the time and everyone said he would never come in he did he showed up and we picked him up there were some security issues at the time but we spent a whole week together and interviewed him thirteen hours of content the league where he is mine is in is very sharp and mean even at that time he was seventy five he could recount details time date people's names and he's gonna be nine now you can still do the same you'll get to hear from here later in the broadcast you'll be surprised that is how sharp the is it is a channel course use up late at night just like all of us here at one o'clock in the morning for him right so you'll be impressed I think when you hear Lee so when we refer to him as the thirty one point two trillion I I'm rounding it up to thirty two trailing what's a trillion between friends right the thirty two trillion dollar man so that is the the the the the the fortune that he amassed not only through these currency exchanges but there were some other financial maneuvers that he did it again he'll explain these buying certain I'm not your bank bank promissory notes or something but this money that he made what was he supposed to do with that money according to president Reagan well that that's that side you paying the positive being that you know I wanted to share with your listeners of that other than than a lot of people say all he's going to get rich and have all this money this one like winning the lottery or something his whole plan was to do it Reagan had that mandated or ask him to do he took an all we did to follow the mandate a raise and set up and that was that when they amassed all this money the plan was to repatriated it was made outside the country in the inbox you don't know what they have to corporations specifically for this application yeah there's a whole lot what is your line is breaking up line I'm not sure you want a cell phone or a a cordless phone how that at best better okay to just back up a book twenty seconds there so let me let me back up and say that that he ask me that question once again if you would please all right so what was to be done with this thirty two trillion dollars that want to had amassed using these currency exchanges and other financial maneuvers all right here exciting thing about it for every American and and and the whole world is that the money was supposed to basically be repatriated back into the United States it was made outside of the United States in Austin was made on our private corporations but we have agreed and with Reagan that that money would be repatriated and so he could pay his taxes into our country and part of it was to build us to put pay taxes which again the stance from out at thirty five percent would go in which would pay off our national debt the other thing that was supposed to be used for it was for a high speed rail system and infrastructure for our country to get us caught up and also go into helping with some of the banking issues you know some of the crap banking that's going on they wanted to develop a better look the student loan program works worst students are ripped off they wanted to also help the veteran okay so I can hang that by paying the tax on it when he repatriates the the trillions into the United States yes to pay tax on that thirty five percent that we're talking what twelve thirteen trillion dollars that would go to pay off part of the debt and then you know help build infrastructure we're gonna bring the man himself into the.

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"shop foundation" Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast

The DogBone Pawdcast

13:14 min | 2 years ago

"shop foundation" Discussed on The DogBone Pawdcast

"Has so the motivation in understanding. I've got this thing coming up. I need to get ready for it. That's an that's there's value in the tower. Shoot because of that. So I look at these workshops and I realize man there a couple of months out but I'm going to start work I'm GonNa because I have this on my calendar right now. I'm going to start working with my dog on certain things in preparation for it so I think For a Lotta people they they are valuable for lots of different reasons Some of these folks that have been to the other workshops. Here's the getting back to the foundation workshops. There's just so much information information that we go through and we go through quickly and it's impossible for you to get it all It's certainly possible for you to apply at all I always tell Oh people pick out a few things. Bring Homework on it and then build from there The idea with take I have several people that are going to take the work. The Foundation Shen workshop a second time. This is a scenario that I highly recommend. Actually we've had a lot of people do it in the past. I think you get more out of going to a workshop. A second meantime the I the reason I think you do because you know what to expect. You never come to one of these before. I know it because I've gone to workshops before I'm trying I I WANNA go to a workshop this spring. There's one down in a buddy of ours place down in Missouri Brooke Stone. KENNELS is having a handlers workshop I would really like to go to it I've got some buddies that are going to it. I would like to go to. I can't because I have a commitment that weekend and we'll be able to make it but I think that when you go to these things and you never ever been to them before your human and there's a bit of reluctancy hesitancy. There's things that we look at and go I. Just don't you know what to expect some a little bit uncomfortable and so it takes a while to settle in so that alone. I've been to workshops before where I was like that and all I wanted to do is not make a fool myself so just being able to relax enough. Settle in is important before you can really start absorbing stuff so if it takes a day to do that which doesn't it wouldn't be surprising to me. It's a bunch of strangers a bunch of new people you're self conscious about your dog You know all these different things if it takes a day to settle in well that's a day's worth of stuff that you probably weren't focused on in. It's impossible to be able to absorb it. The other thing is I put so much into those three days. I just don't think it's physically possible for someone to absorb it all so the second time when someone comes back they already have an understanding of the big major key points. They have of an understanding of the major philosophy ideas. They have major understanding of the general direction that this thing is going to go and now what they can do is plug themselves in and become much which more productive in the moment. Because I think that's where they're going to start to get this idea of you get more touches. You get more physical mechanical cool things going and that's where it goes back to the idea of. It's not a spectator sport. A jump in with both feet. And actually that's where you're going to get your benefits so the the people that come to it the second time I think really really get a lot out of it that way so pe. I do have a couple of people that I said. I think I'm GonNa do the the next steps workshop workshop. Because I'm GONNA come in and I had to reassure them. We're not going to be advanced. WE'RE GONNA be wherever you are the next steps to where you are. Some will be further. Had the beauty of the next steps workshop that I love people to have a chance to see is when they come to a foundation workshop. It's so intense in high pay. It's just fast because I have to get through a lot of stuff. It's not realistic to how actually train. And if you watch any series cody go back. Live with spry. Bella be good. Would those are three. That we've documented some dog training specifically consistently. You'RE GONNA see that my pace is much much slower in. It's nothing like the foundation. Workshop Shop Foundation Workshop is cram a bunch of stuff into a short period of time not the ideal way to raise a dog instead. We like to slow down. I stress the idea in the last year. And I got this from David. letham actually Guy That I look up to greatly when it comes to training in he said to me one of the the reasons. You're enjoying this little Bella. which is a dog that came from one of his sires? He said one of the reasons. You're really enjoying her. And I can tell is because you're the reason as in you're having success is because you're enjoying it. He said you're really having a lot of fun with that dog. I said I am. She's she's it's just so much fun to work with her and he. I said that's why you're having success because it's fun you're you're joining it and so I didn't realize necessarily the value in in the importance of enjoying what you're doing with the dog. You Know How many people I talk with that when I hear them talk about their dog. It's almost like it's a chore to them in When I say a chore I mean it's comparable to what's pulling weeds in the garden like nobody the enjoys it. It's something that has to get done and you do it because you have to do it. I don't think you should be raising your dogs working with dogs because you have to do it. I think get should because you want to do it and then when you want to do it it should be fun and enjoyable and whenever something. That's fun and enjoyable. I want to do it more than when you want to do. More you will and when you do it more you'll get better and so all of a sudden you you see the snowball and you see this momentum that gets going and it's all positive and it continues to positive direction well foundation next steps workshop. I stress the idea of. Let's have a little bit of fun. I think we we kick back a little bit. We slow down We really take it at a different pace. There may be some cocktails midday. Hey at the foundation workshop or the Next Steps Workshop. We don't have time for that with phone nation. We do cocktails and evening. But we don't. We don't have time midday but during the shed one the next steps on yeah man we might kick back. Some people might kick back on the hill with a cooler and watch a few people work their dog. And then we might switch and I'll kick back with a cooler and I'll watch you work your dog and it's just it's a very very different pace. It's a totally different mindset in. That is more realistic to away. I think you should approach your everyday training so I do think there's value in that alone. I think some people are going to get valued by bringing their dog there and having them be around some really well behaved dogs because in this workshop the dogs are just with us and they're just with us because that's part of like everyday life so It for that reason. I think it's it's a different style of workshop That is very valuable. You cannot come to it if you didn't go to the foundation and that's not to be like snobby it's not to be like The Good Old Boys Club love. It's nothing like that. It's because if you don't understand the core foundations of what we build the training on you won't be able to mix in to the next steps workshop you'll be confused and you'll be wondering and you'll be. It will not allow us to do what we WANNA do from next steps training standpoint. It it you have to have that base understanding and then you can move into the next steps. So that's why we do it that way But I think there's GonNa be a few people that actually take the next steps workshop because they already took the foundation workshop last year or the year before and then they're going to come and do a foundation workshop after It we see the dates. Don't make sense. We do the next steps workshop. I and the reasoning is is because of the time of the year April seventeenth eighteenth and nineteenth. We're GONNA that be able to shed hunt Hell we've had thirty inches of snow that weekend. Two years ago for the Next Steps Workshop last year I think there was a little bit of snow. It's not bad weather. It was pretty good But there were still some snow on the ground in the north side of the hills. There were still some snow on the ground but it was actually shed hunting. I mean it was a good good actual actual time to shed hunt so you can't. We can't do next steps workshop in May and June. Because everything's greened up it's too warm. Ticks are out. WE'RE NOT GONNA go. Shed hunting owning during that time of the year. So I we do the next steps as always i. It's always our first workshop And so that's the reasoning behind behind it We wanted to do this. podcast to kind of touch on that because it is fresh Spots are filling up. I've got June. Actually he is our latest one is the one. That's filling up the quickest right now but we do. Have we have room. We limit it to fifteen people per per session It allows for us to break down into groups of three or four per person per group. So it's like a real good ratio handlers But if you are interested don't hesitate. I wouldn't wait. This is the earliest I've ever announced him. So they're they're gonNA fill up probably a little bit sooner but We have you can email me. It's Jeremy J. E. R. E. M. Y. at dog won't Hunter Dot Com. Just send me an email or go to our facebook. Gory instagram There's there's some posters that we've put together that have it. It's got the information is just going to tell you the email me gives you a little bit. More information on the workshops like I said people are gonNA come. I encourage families to come. I encourage couples to come We have it set up. Its three hundred ninety five dollars for a dog and handler. If you're a couple husband wife boyfriend my friend girlfriend that happens a lot thirty five bucks for the second person. I think the reason I say that is because we we need consistency not just consistency and training with the dog. We need consistency across the board within. Your House. Kids are free. I've had families bring three four kids with them and I get it. They're not going to able to focus through the entire our time. We've got stuff that they can do. You got ten acres twenty acres. They can raise how long we've had the young boys playing in ponds and I just. We've we've got kids too so we get it. But it's I encouraged families to come together because to me that's where the consistency needs to come is across across the board within the family with every person that's going to interact with the dog. It's only fair to the dog to have one set of rules in. I'm big on the idea of making it fair. Don't don't ask these dogs to to do things that's not fair. And then exp- have expectations that they're gonNa do certain things you have to have to set them up properly. I believe so encourage the idea of of bringing families we've got some that are coming from think one's coming from Washington driving leaving from Washington which I think is like not DC like west coast Washington We have some people that fly in. If you're flying in you vying to Green Bay fly into the cities or you can fly into Chicago and rent a car and come up where a couple of hours from Chicago or a couple of hours from the city's but If you want more information just email me on it. But we thought we'd do a podcast quickly on these workshops as they come up because we've it's been a little bit of a topic and you're also going to see some things. It's a project that we're working on right. It's maybe a little early. Let the cat out of the bag but over the last several years. We've filmed the workshops and we filmed the workshops to be used in our DVD's and and one of the things that we did was. We have literally hours and hours and hours of footage from workshops that I think is. I think they're really again. I think they're very valuable in. So we've we've talked about it. I've kicked around the idea for a long time of. How do we utilize that stuff? The best and so we were talking about doing like a whole video that is basically a look inside of the workshop. It's it's you getting all the workshop information without being there now. It's not as good as actually being there. I don't think but it's pretty good You're going to get a lot out of it so we're talking about you know we make a DVD series out of it. We make some type of series and sell that as a supplementary training tool I think the value in that is at times. It's maybe even greater than the DVD's yes I think the DVD's the value in those are there sequenced. There would have been produced. So they're very very much polished untrimmed and edited and they ha they make sense from start to finish. That's our. That was our goal anyway to make those. DVD's make sense they give you a good overview in in a good look at your objectives when it comes to play together a plan in raising a dog and I mean I mean some of the puppy. DVD's three hours or something. They're all like three and a half hours. They're I mean they're super long but they've been edited in trimmed so we have all all this other footage and we did incorporate some of the workshop footage into those where it applied specifically two chapters but then we had all this other stuff from workshops it just it was just stuff that has come up with people and individuals and dogs and they're all unique to the different people in the different dogs?.

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"shop foundation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"shop foundation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Going like this even notice a this is a ten AM we're going to need it six forty got my show mark Thompson is in the studio yes Sir reporting for duty and I I I I said mark I said you see this guy on on on TV he was playing in a big huge poker tournament and I got a royal flush it never seen that before and mark looked up and the guy had pocket queens he was down the guy they didn't get the raw flesh and pocket queens and there's a queen on the board I think project on the on the flop on the first on the first three cards which means is an amazing hand top top set they call a top three of a kind right at the top said probably wins ninety five percent of time now it says so I mean maybe ninety depending on them yes certainly not fifty yeah I know that's a great it's a great head you put all your money and with right in your head you put all his money and down and a guy in a row on the I EC river river it was a run run a runner yeah which means the last two cars were flipped over to run around means that you you know the next two cards are exactly what you need to make your hand right now you got a royal flush I mean if if you sit there if you could decide those forever kind beat a royal flush now nothing beats roughly that's the best time to poke around now I saw a royal flush in Las Vegas on three card you know and with that without three carjacker it's your three cars against the dealership right and so the guy had a king queen of clubs I was playing a game called let it ride in Las Vegas where you put on you put three bats out and you get two cards dealt you and you have to have tens or better you can take when your bets back after you look at your three cards if you don't have tens or better you can take a second but that be a leader third bed out and your cards with his to make at least yeah tense and it's a it the odds are not great yes right by no idiots played except me but you can also play you get to a spot we can play three card poker right in your the three cards you're dealt you're also playing that hand as three card poker and the dealer says looks are goes or you don't I was I was betting twenty five dollars a hand because all your you're not playing three card and I got now that's a a sucker bet over here exit doesn't pay as much as it does over at the other district three card poker tables and he goes okay I honest to god what's going the very next effing hand E. D. O. T. deals to me six two spades seven in spades eight of spades pays forty to one of your playing twenty five dollars a hand it's it was a two thousand dollar miss thousand dollar mistake thousand I would've been I would binge up so much money I would quit out of bed just going to play a punk Pennypacker penny video game you know the rest of the trip you're going to some night club and yeah kids them but but that's the hand that you that I could point to as that is where the slide started you can always point to one hand one roll the dice one poll the slot machine with the slide starts that you you start to slide down and you can't stop in you this is true I this is a weird thing because you feel as though you can even identify the moment where the law turns row yeah life turns whatever it is the right age turn on you and usually you can blame somebody else get out so like your life comes up in bars honored our fifty Bucks whatever you killed my mo Jo baby right now all the sudden I lose lose lose lose like I'm if I didn't stop and they about about but I mean you know my brother is a and your partners does your you know but maybe some people are going to Las Vegas for the holidays or whatever it is a lot of people do go down their Christmas time between the new year it's one of the busiest times is that right yeah well my brother's a big craps player he loved him because Tim's big craps player too and he does something which is kind of like what you're talking about which is like you know when your mo Jo is being broken or something and here's what he does sure it's got all this action out on the table but if somebody comes up to the table at the last second it says something or does something or some new player steps up at the last minute particularly he'll he'll yell to the guy take all my action down all my and I I tell him I know that doesn't matter whatever's happening but right it's the ultimate Balder move to yeah it just feels like a big time moves and it's a it's a real welcome mat to the new guy yeah enjoy enjoy the table as well having fun and that's the way gamblers are adult try now splaine a bad role based on the number you didn't see the way they'll give you the dice that was wrong they gave you the dice but first you like double clutched it because that woman was stepping up right drink like what yeah that's true I was the I was playing craps add Caesar's palace and I never I mean look if I I usually start to our box yeah I'm not you know and I'm not betting thousands because I don't have it if I had I would but there was a guy I a Texas guy next with a cowboy hat on cowboy boots cowboy belt you know big guy you know silver belt and and I'm rolling and he's gambling I'm rolling in these gambling and I I'm make the three or four I rolls and he's playing numbers and he hasn't hit anything at and I role is seven seven out in the clear all the chips and I didn't realize it I thought he was playing five dollar chips he was playing thousand dollar chips and he lost a hundred and forty five thousand dollars on my role right so are you standing next to me too right and I turned to end and I go Hey buddy I'm mortified I am so sorry that I did this puts his arm around me like we've known each other for every goes as far that came from wow hundred forty five thousand dollars on one hand and he's like I don't worry about a little but we'll get a yes that's my role it it it it had the same effect is if you and I had twenty five cents on the table while and the guys at all man I don't know yet a whole quarter after really sorry okay now this war quarters with that came from he had no effect check it out and they are great those guys are out there yeah around there are gonna take a small break here they will come back with the R. gamblers anonymous meeting to live I can't buy aims exporter grocers thanks in orange county claims the neighbors of a proposed hundred fifty bed shelter in Fulton won't even though the organising organization is their elimination foundation CEO Paul Leone says the homeless people at the shelter a want to be there so they follow the rules reporter and a sleep by nine o'clock sometimes earlier so there's no noise we just haven't had those kind of problems our neighbors have another shelters say the foundation runs in Anaheim that the shop foundations and Hyundai homeless people do hang around outside people aren't always bust in but one of the neighbors also says shelters presence has not been as bad as he thought it would be when it was first proposed captain York been trying to find a fourteen year old who jumped out of a car while on his way to be interviewed by police for the murder of a barn are college student who was apparently identified by police by a thirteen year old suspect who is now in custody ABC's every also Ruth chef says the young boy admitted to being involved in the stabbing last week but investigators say he's not the one who killed college freshman Tessa majors she was attacked and robbed on a park next to her school in Manhattan.

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