20 Burst results for "Solter"

"solter" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

03:44 min | 10 months ago

"solter" Discussed on Ghostly

"The first one mar went very long time ago. I have not played skyora. Mirsky other one bolivian never play oblivion was the third one. Now we're onto the fifth one bob. It's yeah oh okay yeah so well but that's what i've been doing Trying to heal up. Get better and We'll plan episodes new year. It's going to be exciting and actually do them. Yes bob what's going on with you bath after dark man. I clogged my way through twenty twenty kicking and screaming was not a very exciting End of the year. So bob after dark spin on again off again hiatus for like the past bonds to live shows of going on but we are doing some restructuring with podcast. So that's been It's been under construction for about a month. Were very excited to getting that back up and running and get stuff role in for twenty twenty one. Hopefully the years better get back to doing my concert. Gosh i miss conventions. I miss talking to my fans at them and i'm just trying to get things going and get the ball back role you know. It's really hard to get remotivate it after being under construction for hot minute so now i'm back to you know somewhat excited to be back. We're excited that you're gonna be come back. Yeah for sure. And i it has been a weird you know like hit pause a year it has you know and now it feels like we're trying to get back but we're not quite there yet so What did If you haven't listened to it yet. Everybody goes into our predictions episode for twenty twenty one. That came out on new year's day But jacob has a prediction for all of us for the new year. And we're we're going to be a journey bob. Did you happen to listen to that episode. I have not It's really good. Jacob jacob mayfield is just amazing he is and he teaches us how to do home divination. So it's all stuff that you guys can do from home even gives you some tools for that so even you could do it. Bob solter It's called a backhanded compliment on backhanded compliment. That's the best way to start a ghostly. Podcast you're going to be telling your fads that i'm the mothman again and i'm going to be starting twenty twenty one like that. You are not be mop man. You are moth bob. Alright thank you. I appreciate that. I real quick before we start. I just want to know that that rumor has like completely gone off the rails. Sada other podcasts. And these other podcasts Like all. Bob is earned. Validity the river that. You're the mothman tat. Well i stand by what i said. Thanks that was a listener. Rachel told us that. And you know what ever since she told me that. That's all. I see. When i see you i i see man thanks Do we have any listener mail. We do we do all right. So this one is from a laserna michelle and it's about the patch to go fire so if you haven't listened to to go fire episode definitely go back and listen to that one Because it's a pretty crazy story all right so michelle says hi. I just wanted to let you guys know that. I learned about your podcast today. Assembled upon your podcast. When i was wondering about the go fire since i live in a condo just fifteen minutes from pesto in your podcast you talked about.

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St. Louis Prosecutor Charges White Couple With Threatening Protesters With Guns

TIME's Top Stories

03:16 min | 1 year ago

St. Louis Prosecutor Charges White Couple With Threatening Protesters With Guns

"Saint Louis couple trudged for pulling guns at racial injustice protest by Jim Solter of the Associated Press in Saint Louis. Saint Louis Top prosecutor told the Associated Press on Monday that she is charging a white husband and wife with felony unlawful use of a weapon for displaying guns during a racial injustice protest outside their mansion. Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner announced the charges against Mark and Patricia mccloskey, who are both personal injury attorneys in their sixties? They also face a misdemeanor charge of fourth degree assault. Gardner said in an interview with the P. ahead of more broadly announcing the charges that the mccloskey's actions risked creating a violent situation during an otherwise non violent protests. It is illegal to waive weapons in a threatening manner that is unlawful in the city of Saint. Louis Gardner, said the attorney for the mccloskey's Joel Schwartz in a statement called the decision to charge disheartening as I unequivocally believe no crime was committed. Gardner is recommending a diversion programs such as community service rather than jail time if the mccloskey's are convicted. Typically classy felonies could result and up to four years in prison. Supporters of the mcklusky said they were legally defending their one point. One five million dollar home photos emerged as memes on both sides of the gun debate. Several Republican leaders have condemned gardeners investigation including President Donald Trump, Missouri, governor, Mike Parson and Senator Josh Holly who has urged Attorney General William Bar to undertake a civil rights investigation of Gardner Parson, said in a radio interview Friday that he would likely pardon the couple if they were charged and convicted. Gardner said trump. Parson and others are attacking her to distract from their failed approach to the Covid, nineteen, pandemic and other issues. Saint Louis, like many cities across the country has seen demonstrations in the weeks since George Floyd's death, in Minneapolis, and the mccloskey's home was initially incidental to the demonstration on June twenty eighth several hundred people were marching to the home of Democratic Mayor Lyda Cruzan. A few blocks from the mccloskey's home Cruzan had angered activists spy reading on facebook. Live the names and addresses of some who had called for defunding police. The mccloskey's live on a private street called Portland Place, a police report said the couple heard a loud commotion and saw a Large Group of people break an iron gate marked with no trespassing and private street signs of protest leader. The Reverend Daryl Gray said the gate was open, and that protesters didn't damage it video posted. Online showed mark mcklusky, wielding a long barreled gun and Patricia. Clusky waving a small handgun. No shots were fired.

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"solter" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"solter" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And so she was going back and she did it and it was a night at Sunday night with the family night with the wives and the kids and the whole thing she sang talent Italian Aria and Lo and behold is he. Marion gets his salon in it Caesar's and he did it for the mob mob mob. Run good stuff. Yeah good stuff. Here's a question for you Ben. Oh boy from Josh. Chambers Gra Ben a great work on the Keno Edison box. Oh some fun gems in there. What is one classic silent film film you would like to either re score or perform live? it's hard. It's really hard to pick There's so many I get this. I get this question a lot. Like what's it's your favorite film. I don't really have a favorite phone. I'm glad he liked the Connecticut on well. How about this instead? He says then. Also for Ben what is his opinion of the nineteen eighty-four remix of metropolis. Oh Freddie Mercury not my cup of tea there are some people who who really like it But there's always been attempts for for decades to make silent film more interesting by putting more contemporary music on it and sometimes it works but a lot of times it. It doesn't necessarily mean it's all a lot of tickets and people saw it and now a lot of people know what metropolis is. But it didn't usher in a new era of going to silent movies. How did you feel about the new Dracula Dracula score? The it's well. It's it's Philip glass so once you hear a couple of bars you kinda get it. It's the same thing over and over And it was done a bunch of years ago and that's I mean a my interest in trying to do a score which I did this year and last year and a couple of places on theatre Oregon. Has that the original Dracula is a great film. But it doesn't get shown all that much and part of the problem is absolutely new music in it at all except for the opening titles which has music from Swan Lake because when you think of Vampires Yeah and and so there are these gaping holes. Where as a as a moviegoer you expect music to be there? But there isn't it's and so what I what I've tried to do. Is I've done a couple. I mean I don't know if I can impose on piano but just to just to lay in little bits of music here and there to support the emotions on screen so you're just not listening to Lucy. Breathe grieve yet. Don't we phrase taste. I don't I don't I mean it's not it's not going to sound like much without the film it's okay. We know the film very well. Just something simple underneath. There's there's that moment when I see Dracula's wives and then we cut to this wide shot and these three women in a serial gowns just sort of walk quietly for several seconds and you know just just just trying to find something that that supports and also keeps your ears occupy while you're waiting for something to happen. Although at times in Dracula when it's silent it's kind kind of viewer to yeah. I don't play Walter Oil music but there are definitely places where where leaving the silence they are works and it it was just a part of it was the technology somebody has told me. Oh well Todd Brownie wanted it without music but I think that It was universal. Pictures was kind of elite the game and adapting to sound and even if tod Browning had wanted a score I don't know if they would have been able to to to do it and even I think Frankenstein also has almost zero zero music or hardly any at all. Isn't there some Swan Lake and Frankenstein to or they're brighter Frankenstein or one of them. I think somebody mentioned to me at a show that the mummy has the the same is the same. Yes if you titles for for the the mummies the same the same thing. What what I you know that that theme team right sounds like Harry Potter? What I remember from all of the Forties Universe is Hans J solter And it was like he was always it was the Wolfman transformation as well as a million other monsters they use and it was that that got that TAT TAT tat. That that that that and And they were just reuse a lot of music and sometimes it would take stock doc. Music from the silent era and drop it in in in a lot of 'cause it was already written and they didn't pay anybody. What peace do you love to play when you're accompanying films? I mean do you prefer I do Something like city lights or or the general or For me it's like it's more about the WHO's in the audience and where I'm doing then then the film itself off so if You know a a an auditorium full of fifth-grader seeing Buster Keaton's one week is almost as just as exciting as getting to play a something at the festival because people are getting to see. What's on screen? It's not about me. Percents an example of of of anything. Anything eating yes. Something you'd go play for one week or our steamboat. Bill.

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"solter" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"solter" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And so she was going back and she did it and it was a night at Sunday night with the family night with the wives and the kids and the whole thing she sang talent Italian Aria and Lo and behold is he. Marion gets his salon in it Caesar's and he did it for the mob mob mob. Run good stuff. Yeah good stuff. Here's a question for you Ben. Oh boy from Josh. Chambers Gra Ben a great work on the Keno Edison box. Oh some fun gems in there. What is one classic silent film film you would like to either re score or perform live? it's hard. It's really hard to pick There's so many I get this. I get this question a lot. Like what's it's your favorite film. I don't really have a favorite phone. I'm glad he liked the Connecticut on well. How about this instead? He says then. Also for Ben what is his opinion of the nineteen eighty-four remix of metropolis. Oh Freddie Mercury not my cup of tea there are some people who who really like it But there's always been attempts for for decades to make silent film more interesting by putting more contemporary music on it and sometimes it works but a lot of times it. It doesn't necessarily mean it's all a lot of tickets and people saw it and now a lot of people know what metropolis is. But it didn't usher in a new era of going to silent movies. How did you feel about the new Dracula Dracula score? The it's well. It's it's Philip glass so once you hear a couple of bars you kinda get it. It's the same thing over and over And it was done a bunch of years ago and that's I mean a my interest in trying to do a score which I did this year and last year and a couple of places on theatre Oregon. Has that the original Dracula is a great film. But it doesn't get shown all that much and part of the problem is absolutely new music in it at all except for the opening titles which has music from Swan Lake because when you think of Vampires Yeah and and so there are these gaping holes. Where as a as a moviegoer you expect music to be there? But there isn't it's and so what I what I've tried to do. Is I've done a couple. I mean I don't know if I can impose on piano but just to just to lay in little bits of music here and there to support the emotions on screen so you're just not listening to Lucy. Breathe grieve yet. Don't we phrase taste. I don't I don't I mean it's not it's not going to sound like much without the film it's okay. We know the film very well. Just something simple underneath. There's there's that moment when I see Dracula's wives and then we cut to this wide shot and these three women in a serial gowns just sort of walk quietly for several seconds and you know just just just trying to find something that that supports and also keeps your ears occupy while you're waiting for something to happen. Although at times in Dracula when it's silent it's kind kind of viewer to yeah. I don't play Walter Oil music but there are definitely places where where leaving the silence they are works and it it was just a part of it was the technology somebody has told me. Oh well Todd Brownie wanted it without music but I think that It was universal. Pictures was kind of elite the game and adapting to sound and even if tod Browning had wanted a score I don't know if they would have been able to to to do it and even I think Frankenstein also has almost zero zero music or hardly any at all. Isn't there some Swan Lake and Frankenstein to or they're brighter Frankenstein or one of them. I think somebody mentioned to me at a show that the mummy has the the same is the same. Yes if you titles for for the the mummies the same the same thing. What what I you know that that theme team right sounds like Harry Potter? What I remember from all of the Forties Universe is Hans J solter And it was like he was always it was the Wolfman transformation as well as a million other monsters they use and it was that that got that TAT TAT tat. That that that that and And they were just reuse a lot of music and sometimes it would take stock doc. Music from the silent era and drop it in in in a lot of 'cause it was already written and they didn't pay anybody. What peace do you love to play when you're accompanying films? I mean do you prefer I do Something like city lights or or the general or For me it's like it's more about the WHO's in the audience and where I'm doing then then the film itself off so if You know a a an auditorium full of fifth-grader seeing Buster Keaton's one week is almost as just as exciting as getting to play a something at the festival because people are getting to see. What's on screen? It's not about me. Percents an example of of of anything. Anything eating yes. Something you'd go play for one week or our steamboat. Bill.

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"solter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"solter" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Robber Friday, everyone. It's time. It is time for the throwback live to forty five here, the rules of the game, we're gonna play five pop culture, audio clips, the I two identical three correctly wins the throwback live at two forty five calling the Bradley buzzing by yelling out their names coming. Now today. We have a very special twist on our throwback live at two forty five. So all day today. We've had a very special guest in the studio. Danny Solter has been sitting in and he's been involved in cheat day he told us about the Spice Girls Eurovision. It's been a lot of fun. Well today, Danny is going to serve as calling, and Bradley's phone of fun. Yes. No pressure. So what will happen Colleen and Bradley, you will be able to use Danny one time each as a special phone of France. Oh, I like it touts wisely. You're having a friend experience because you'll only get one opportunity to use Danny as a phone a friend. Can we pause for second Terry? How comfortable are you with us? I'm a I'm good. Okay. Like, do you know a lot of stuff? Yes. So, you know. Okay. Gauge how no you are. Yes. Unless it's sports game of thrones. I'm, I'm okay, no sports. No game of thrones today. Do you have a theme today? Holly. Yeah. So today's theme, it's reality stars, who sing, and I use sing in quotation marks, loosely. Now these have all been released all the following five tracks have been released by reality stars of your. By the star, the star the song, you don't have to do whatever, just name the reality star, who is singing in these tracks. So here's our first. Vintage pop culture audio clip. I want you to identify the following reality star. Coli clean. That's Paris Hilton stars are blood. Go.

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"solter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"solter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In this. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I want to say. You did. Okay. Please call it again, Rick Rick's. Biggest problem is. He went to Taco Bell. He's got a sugar rush. And he had the Bhadra last. He's not feeling very well. Okay, that number to call again, if you wanna be a part of the show and Steve Kerr question I if you get it, right. We will anyway, signed copy of Steve's book, which is an awesome book, by the way. I've read it myself some great stories in here. Well Huntington desert secrets of Vegas soup roast, again, that number to call to five seven five, three nine six. Let's go to J. J D, what's up? Thanks for calling in just woke up Nadi forbidden sleep. I heard you had to steep. Dot com. Fi windy. I don't know if you've ever heard of him at Caesar's politics, that, oh, yes, the balance court. Yes. Copy to sit. I got caught at the Solters of those or whatever at the restaurant over there, I was there. The Rivi era, the sand COPA room, the whole schmeer Judy. I'm going to be honest with you don't take the wrong way. I don't know if I'm rooting for you because but, but that's okay Steve. Go ahead. All right. Trivia question. What do we call? What's the slang term and dice, when we want an eleven to come out? What are we love you, baby? That's right. That was ridiculous question. All right. All right. All right. What, what about just me where am I from? I thought everybody would I I'm pretty good. You don't have an accent, like I do. But I've been here. Forty two years. I'm gonna I'm gonna guess I'm a while. Okay. I'm gonna say you work, first of all, before you came here, man know I moved here to go to UNLV transferred. And we're supposed to go back to this place and run my dad's NATO just want to just want you just when you're on your work were. No. I just wanted to grow up. I'm not a Nevada native. I know I'm asking you a question. Could you tell me where, you know, know, you you're not allowed to ask the question John van trying to handicap the situation I will allow. All right. Fine, fine inside information going. I know what you're doing JD, I know what you're up to we will what was the question. He wants to work before you came here. What, what kind of business in a motel, and my dad? Mark. JD. No more inside information. Come on. Got you got you got a smooth talk. I you're not from New Jersey, you're not from New York. You're, you're, you're, you're probably an a well educated guy. I'm gonna get Florida. No incorrect. I'm sorry. Katie dot. A solid conscious effort at Phillips, I never saw the ocean to allows Monday to five seven five three nine six years chance to win Steve. Sears book whale hunting the desert. Let's go to Brian Brian. What's up in abroad? Not too much Invictus, good time, and look to all right, Brian, I'm glad I'm glad you called, my friend. Steve sear ask away. Good luck. Go ahead. Brian, not what do you mean? You're asking him close. My bad. My Warner's Steve is losing his mind where we're from or go. Believe you grew up in New Hampshire from that mistaken. No, sorry, never been them another. I like Brian. He seems like a smart guy gave them a chance. Do you gamble brain? Twenty one little bit. Okay. What does when I say dice game has three four five times? Odds. What does that mean? I mean she could win three or four or five times. Now, if I have ten bucks, and the point is eight how much odds kinda put behind it. Good question. I know the answer. Well, I'm a degenerate. Varies on every every bit. I'm sorry, Brian, we three times or five times five times on the six eight four times on the five nine. Next level, degenerate questions. I don't even know the answer. Oh, come on. That's not on the team of three times four times five just ask J D slot question. Trust me. He'll get all those right bonus poker. I will two to five seven five three nine six is the number to call. All right. We need a winner here. Let's go to Andy Andy, you're on would Steve sear Maggie. Good man. Doing. Good. Eddie, thank you for calling in. I wish you could luck my friend. Right. Steve's ask away, ask him something different. Not for nobody cares where you're from where I'm from Kansas. Where where you're from Kansas, but we're in Kansas, I guess. Salina kansas. Wow. That's. Dandy. Let's quit while you're ahead, my, you just want a free back. Okay. So we're gonna put you back on hold to get you information. Right. Andy, congratulations. A few days a great thing. All right. We're gonna we're gonna get Andy's information and Andy just one one year bucket. We got we got a lot of callers here. A lot of people want your book. We only have one more book to give away. Okay. So make it a hard one. Okay. Make it a hard question again that number to call is two five seven five three nine six who was next caller, Johnny. I'm not sure who the next caller is who do we who do we got coming up your Johnny who's next? We'll give out. So we have one caller who called in who want who wants.

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"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Every county in the state to retrofit homes, and offices with energy efficient lighting and windows and air conditioning and other appliances. So we're talking about a lot of different types of jobs, and we're going to see growth because as we transition over right now, where just under a quarter renewable power, most of that is hydropower as we transition. Towards at least half of it and, and much more solar and wind energy efficiency in homes, and offices. We're going to see those jobs take off eighty-five thousands and number today. That's roughly comparable to the construction industry in New York. We're gonna see that go up dramatically, how will that impact things like areas like transportation because, you know, you think of the whole movement toward electric vehicles in the like, well, I think we're going to see big changes in the types of cars. We drive and we're also going to see big changes in how we drive, you know, we already have hybrids. Of course. We're starting to see more and more. Plug in hybrid cars cars that can run lean or electric power and you can plug them in at night. And we're starting to see more and more electric vehicles and those range from battery electric cars fully electric on battery to even start if some cars that run on hydrogen fuel cells Toyota is going to start soon selling a car like that in New York. So we're really starting to see a change in the technologies and even for just they're playing old-fashioned gasoline car fuel economy of that car will double by twenty twenty five under a program. That was a Dopp by the Obama administration a couple of years ago. It's a big change. Very exciting. And I think it'll, it'll have environmental benefits, but it also have economic benefits 'cause we won't be paying so much for gasoline anymore. And is this something which we are going to really be able to see and feel the state touting as it markets itself because, you know, New York state does an aggressive job also of trying to market to businesses and obviously to individuals about relocating here. Right. I think that the combination of clean renewable electricity and a much more efficient transportation system. Here is a good combination for businesses that are looking for for places to locate, especially here in the city, the New York City released a report last month that found that by twenty fifty eight. Eighty percent of the trips that people take getting to work delivering packages are going to be by some clean source. You know, we're seeing we have the best transit system in the country, but we're gonna see more and more shared vehicles like the Ubers, and we're going to see all sorts of ideas that are just starting to come out in ways that we can get around cleaner. And then you add in replacing coal and natural gas old natural gas plants with the newest most efficient gas, plants solar wind. Hydro. The electricity portfolio was going to be safe. It's going to be cost effective is going to be reliable, and it's gonna be good for business rich. Thank you very much for joining us and sharing these insights, a situation where obviously going to be watching, because it's one that's going to affect hopefully, benefit all of us. Well, thanks for having me, it's real pleasure speak with you and your listeners today. That does it for our program. The Sunday morning. I'm Bob Solter stick around and laborious talking golf coming up. You're on the fan. I was looking for a better way to check in on our house while I was at work and a friend recommended blink. I was skeptical, but decided to give it a shot, and I bought a blink camera system with our last security system. Fath- alarms wires everywhere, and monthly fees. We couldn't get out of my bad, but are blink system is different. They're motion activated cameras that work inside and outside. They're wire free easy to set up and they run onto lithium batteries that lasts up to two years. Total peace of mind and camera systems started under eighty bucks. With no subscriptions,.

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"solter" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"solter" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Now that that that yesterday's podcast was one for the record books. He that guy. Never sent me information on how to pay. It was all the scam. I'll explain it to you. And we'll try to give them another call. We have time. You have a comment. Go ahead, sir. What is your comment on Norwood? Norwood is that your name in how you were treating people. Yes. Well, I don't think you traded that man. Very good Monday. And I was listening you may woman cry on. I can't nor would I don't do. It intentionally. I don't even know why you do that you need to be more elected. That handsome intelligent fella that usually doing the show with you all my God. This guy has to be a setup. Yeah. He's way he's way more rude than I am not he's married to that beautiful woman. Well, listen what you don't know. Is that I taught that guy everything he knows? No you. Yes. I did. I don't believe it. Well, I did. Thank you for your comments. He's not a handsome intelligent fellow. He's an all right guy. I'll tell you that. He's all right. You got to be a deputy before your share of them. Yeah. That's what you did fam-. All right. Nor would appreciate that. Anyway. Matt your turn what's going on that? Sir. Our today. What's happening? Well, I bought a truck in two thousand seventeen from Solter Ford. And did you buy new, sir? Bron brand new. Yes, sir. Okay. What's going on? Well, since September of last year, I've been losing my fifth and sixth years in that truck and soldier Harford has done their best as long how many miles on it. Right around nineteen thousand loud. This is like a new truck. It is a new truck. That's why I'm perturbed and you're losing what gears. I and my six okay, come on. Now. Somebody's got to know what's going on. Well, they do I finally after five months of fighting my dump truck I was able to retrieve an error code. Yeah. For my local dealership debar Ford. Yeah. And now filter for stuck between Ford Motor Company and getting repaired on is it out of warranty. Nope. It's got one hundred thousand mile warranty on why what do you mean? They're stuck is Ford refusing to fix it. Or what what am I not hearing? So what you're not hearing is that they are blaming a T mobile GPS wifi tracking system on my truck for the repair. Even though the GPS system was purchased on. I guess it would be one twenty two of nineteen. And the last issue that I died over on Ville passing lost my gears polling load happened on. Well. After that. So mad they're saying that a GPS module somehow is causing. But is it is it because of the computer in shifting patterns and all of that they're saying it's interfering. That's what they're saying. Even though I purchased the unity in order to pay the code because four could never find it. Because my system in my truck can what it repeats. Are. You calling it a are you talking about a GPS? Did you say, yes, it's a GPS? It's called a T mobile seek to plug in the OB. And what is it used for provides? Find the truck that you can use your computer system and also track vehicle, this is this is very strange. I like the idea now when you plug this in it provides why five but how does it get its connection? Connection to that truck through the onboard computer system that you plug it underneath your feet, but. You pay you pay for a sell a number or service..

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"solter" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"solter" Discussed on Mixergy

"My guess if we scanned it with necessary, probably get maybe fifteen thirty pieces of information from that could be vulnerability could be just telling you what it is for real. Who the vendor is? Now, imagine you have a hundred thousand computers network. Now, you've got thirty million pieces of information. You're not gonna read that you need to organize that chart at Solter create dashboards Nass with security Sattar debt to necessarily offer on a smaller scale, you went bigger necessarily required. More user. I don't know setup. I guess is a simplified way to do it. And you said we're gonna make it easier for for people who aren't looking to compile their own software has has a lot of people still use necessary. If I could walk into your network with necessary, my laptop I could plug it in. I could ask you nicely scan your network, and then it would give you some information. But then I said, oh, by the way, you the MAC laptop. Yeah. We'll maybe gave me the password for your MAC laptop. I could log in and get more of an IT view that until you would patches were being missed maybe even tested for Mauer, but night just giving me the the password or may you'll get a passer maybe wanna have sort of a away to authorize me to scan with your pass rebut. I don't know. Well, that's really an enterprise feature. And that's the kind of stuff that we would do insecurity center at scale. So that you could do better audits, you told our producer about the difficulty of going from an audience of free users to one that's paid customers. Can you talk a little bit about that here? So when you have people who are paying you. There's a certain level of expertise and support that they want they want their features implemented they want their bugs fixed. They want to have training. They wanna have a very rich experienced and an at tenable as we progress, we really pioneered a lot of the things that that you see today in a modern sort of SAS organization, you see customer support customer success. You need a customer driven on discussion. Or where the only the customers talk to each other all that kind of stuff we had over the years and forms of mailing lists. We move them over to to to web. Thanks. It was fairly big investment. Because at the same time just telling people, hey, run, a scan and get your results. That's not. That's not good enough for the modern network. You really have to have your on what their issues are with the major vulnerabilities of the week are and how people are performing security suspects. I see an article here from seen it from two thousand. Five about when neces- security tool closes source at the time. There were seventy five thousand organizations worldwide using it how did that? How did they go over with them? So we communicated very very well. And we actually made sure that when we did the communication. There was a lot of planning. And we also introduced a number of things we introduced a free education version way to fully supported version for nonprofits, we made it very clear what people could do couldn't previously. We had messed around with some other different models such as delaying vulnerability testing. And this was our free like mash showed up to your network. You'll hey, Ron how much does this cost? It costs thousands of dollars for you to use..

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"solter" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"solter" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"And and you know, it's a positive impact on the outside the job of the positive impact on the economy. But yeah, it would be nice. If we had like a cool show. I don't know make Odessa or the arch Solter or anything else. That would be cool entertaining, though, before let you go one quick thing. I got I did a little digging, and I found out that you had trained Steve Earle. Ruined who's Google doodle had done a deal when you go to Google dot com. They do the artistic rendering and they had done one to commemorate studt, not Steve's death. But it was the anniversary of it. And they wanted to do some. Yeah. Yeah. It was worth the. But of course, he has passed. Yup. Any event pita had gone out of their way to say something pretty negative about him. I here's the thing. I don't know how you feel Greg. It's a longer debate. I am utterly against the horrors of factory farming against Ag gag laws. It's it's bad for the environment. It's bad for the economy. It's bad for everyone. But I did feel like they really stepped over the line with that one. You knew Steve what did you make of him as a person and and pita going after him? Pego go after Steve really? That's funny. Yeah. They didn't like hammer him, but they kind of said that the way in which he interacted with animals was let's call it light abuse. Right. Okay. So I'm so both things with that. And one as Yuna perfect world. Did you sure that things would be more perfect human beings don't care about what they don't touch feeler interact with and the the old shows of like, here's the majestic moves from faraway isn't doing anybody favors. And at the end of the day, we need laws to protect these animals. We need people to care. So p people are rent there, you're preaching to the choir. You know what? I mean. Like, okay. That's great like. Yeah. Absolutely. We should treat animal with respect. But, but I you know, Rockdale and going and sitting out piece to punch hippies like, okay, great. That's cool. However, we need to change the minds of the people that by not feel that way. So that's what Steve did. Well, Steve would pull you in people that we care about animals at all all of a sudden were fascinated by this guy that was risking his life and limb on their behalf. So you've got a guy that saying listen look out for these animals are we don't look at them from a distance. That's not going to talk. Anybody into? Anything like, I didn't know perfect world. Everybody would love it. But that's just not the way it works. So you actually wanna make conservation work. You have to make people care. You gotta make people care. You know, shock them out of this. And Steve did exactly that. So it's ridiculous. And that's what always happens with these movements. And they're saying thank you for your contribution. Thank you, Steve for helping out in all of the if the humanitarian work he did for like, it's really. Whatever it is. For one to the other since thank thank you for the fight. They have to picked at the upset. And that's what always happens. Right. That's why would enter groups. No one can get along like that old Monty python? They think it was the life of Brian, right? Knowing that none of the revolutionary groups get along they all started with much they find everybody else. So just seeing that as always a negative thing for me. Because when are you gonna go for one of your own is he did do it? The exact exact Ray, the you would have died get hammered by Peter people. But you know, what like we're all in for saving animals, even hunters do a great job in helping to that economy. And if you can't see that there are people with another point of view that might not be your own. But you have a common goal then for me. It's this noise isn't even a cartoon where you know, maybe we can work there where everybody gets to where they won't animals, and that's not needed. But until you're kind of that's fine..

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"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"With us. On the fan. The Sunday voting and avoiding everybody. This is Bob Solter remove into the home stretch segment of our program hits. Ed Randall has long talk baseball after nine o'clock update Rick wolf the sports edge after eight o'clock update on the fan. Jason berry is an American investigative reporter who's based in New Orleans. He's been talking with us in our seven o'clock hour of our program. I mentioned that the beginning of our discussion with him he's known for pioneering investigative reporting on sexual abuse. But in our discussion today is talking with us about say new book entitled city of a million dreams. A history of New Orleans certainly has a passion for New Orleans. Having been born raised in the city now for a lot of people you say New Orleans, and the first thought that comes to mind those images of Katrina that we've mentioned thus far in our discussion. But. For you. On a personal level. What was it like for you? When you returned home after Katrina. Oh well. My wife, and I were quite fortunate in that our home did not flood as I said earlier eighty percent of the city took water at an average level of four feet. I spent weeks driving around at night in neighborhoods that were completely dark, no electricity. Ghost towns. I began reporting writing a lot about various events following city. Government is it slowly began to come together. I did wonder many times. Whether we were destined to be a broken, mud town Nagin the mayor at that time played the race card and getting reelected till black people. We've gotta keep city hall anyone with help from Jesse Jackson. And Al Sharpton, many people believed that he had had some sort of nervous breakdown. And I do to this day based on all sorts of information. He his second term was surreal. It was he was so detached from what real governing entails. He was a narcissist. Many politicians are but he was a narcissist. Who didn't know what to do and other than try to get himself on television? He's now in prison for. You know, trying to extort money. I mean, the guy was just a mess and. Through that period from I guess what two thousand six to two thousand ten the signs of decay and broken. We're everywhere even as people began to rebuild and come back, you know, with federal programs that offset insurance did not cover everything. I I often wondered what our future was. But I think like a lot of people here. I you know, I didn't have to do much. But in following what other people had to do. It was a deeply sobering experience. And in the end, I think when Landru ran and got elected the whole people had was he delivered. I mean, he managed to get the federal government because the levees were federally managed and broke. It really was a federal disaster. And so Obama. Got behind him. And the city it helped his sister was US Senator at the time Mary Landrieu and the money flowed and the infrastructure was very slowly rebuilt stopped to say, we still don't have problems with the city is is far better. I would say on balance and it's been in decades. And when you talk about your work. One of the things that we have to mention of mentioned the fact we're talking with Jason berry who's the author of city of a million dreams a history of New Orleans at year three hundred he joined us by phone on her program. You were also producing a movie on jazz funerals. I understand. That's correct. What's that project? It's only taken twenty years. What's it like how much time? Well, I began I began filming jazz funerals in the late nineties with a grant from the Ford Foundation. And at the time, I was interested in two things. I wanted to understand where they came from just as a research matter and the book, I originally envisioned. Whoa about that point of origin. How did this? How did this remarkable tradition of people playing music and dancing in the streets for the dead? How did it arise? But there was another reason why I got interested in it. And that was because with so many youngsters dying in the crack wars and drug wars the cracks funerals were so different from the time honored processional that I had seen and and the the combination of beauty and a sort of ecstatic dancing, you know, after the cemetery. The this variant this branch off the trunk of funeral. So to speak was much rougher hard edge body language, and it was musicians who told me about this traditional jazzman who aboard what was going on. The fact that younger bands were not wearing uniforms, and and not playing religious music. It was being sort of stripped of its religious essence. So those two things that got me interested, and I kept working on the. Book and raising money as I could to keep shooting. I when the flood hit in two thousand five the whole project went I won't say belly up, but it was up ended because Michael white clarinetist who occupies a key part in the last portion of the book, he lost everything in his house it flooded up to eight feet and by the time he got back. I followed him with a cameraman, and he'd lost four thousand books five thousand CDs, all of his sheet music and. It was one of the numbing experiences. I've had just following him through the house. He became to me a kind of every man of the city and. We were both dealing with issues as everybody was after the flood for years. And finally, it was about twenty fifteen when I began to get proposals going and got some grant support, and we did a Kickstarter, and we got the film moving again. We're now in in post production. We still have a waste to go. But I think we'll have a rough cut by the spring and hopefully be entering festivals in the fall. Congratulations on the progress with the movie, and certainly congratulations on the publication.

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"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Good starts on Sunday, boarding better. Fact it is Super Bowl Sunday morning. Big game is on the fan today. And quite the all star lineup on WFAN today. Proud to be with you on Sunday morning pick Super Bowl Sunday morning appropriately enough and good morning. I'm Bob Solter over the next couple of hours. Hopefully, we bring you some good information and most of them do it in a fashion that is at least somewhat hopefully entertaining to that's part of what we do like to do on this program on Sundays and. We've guess who were scheduled to join us on her program today who brings some interesting perspectives. To the discussion. First hour of our program were scheduled speaking with the founder of an organization we've talked about before on this program called community options Inc. Which is a national based organization that is headquartered in central New Jersey and is celebrating its thirtieth anniversary. Interestingly enough this weekend, and we're talking with hopefully with the president CEO and founder of that organization trendy connect with him at this point in our discussion. And then the next hour of our program. We move into a discussion about. H R C, New York City and talk with. Their CEO Marco dummy Yanni who will be in studio with us honor progressive in the interim before we connect with our first guest. If you want to jump in guess, we can open up the phones a little bit until we do that connection. Our number here at the fan is eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. Let's see what's on your mind this morning having survived that brutal snap of cold weather reps, a dose of reality. Punxsutawney Phil and Pennsylvania's predicted an early spring. I don't know. We're in February. I tend to be skeptical. That'd be one of those people who thinks. Every worry. There's no guarantees about March or April either. Sure that winter's gone until may. Just based on previous experience. But the groundhog yesterday said that spring will be around basically before we know it that would be nice, and we are going to be seeing some moderation in temperatures, especially from where we were. So that will definitely be a, plus if that does pan out this week, but you know, the downside to that. Is that it seems like? Just about everywhere you go. And almost everybody that you run into. Is sick these days. And. You do really have to take care of yourself. Because you have people who were sneezing all over the place coughing all over the place. Those of you listening to WFAN yesterday. Heard Evan having to suffer through with laryngitis. What a trooper coming in here and doing a show with laryngitis. I mean, I I really felt for him was I was listening to that. And just thinking about. What he was going through. But I was also thinking just how many people I have encountered in that. I know of already been sick this year. Including people who've gotten the flu shot traditionally. And of course, there's a whole other area of controversy because there are people who get the flu shot every year almost. Some would say religiously. And there are those people who that's last thing in the world. Want to be connected in any way whatsoever. With the flu shot. Question for you. That's a you do or is it something you try to avoid anymore. So I guess the question is with winter officially upon us. Prepare to you. You know, it's first weekend in February after all. We shouldn't really be that surprised the temperatures dipped. But I think it was. What is so much the mercury? And the temperatures. But I think the combination of the temperatures and win the wind kicked up and went to those really really brutal wind chills. People are just not that used to. Around here. And that was like almost like entering a new world for a lot of folks. I think and. You know? Of course, traditionally have the situation where. A lot of people were dealing with dead car batteries. You know, you have situations where unfortunately. Roads sidewalks times can get treacherous to. Move on. In some situations where schools had to have. Delayed openings, I guess in some workplaces. They were somewhat delayed openings as well. And it's been kind of touchy it points. The you know, one thing that's really weird day in November. That no one will forget. We really haven't had a wallop weatherwise yet. And I think the keyword there is yet. The question then becomes. Are we do? Is this something we should be expecting? I say that knowing full well. That over the next couple of days. The high temperatures is supposed to be in the fifties. It's actually supposed to be in the forties later today. But it's like, this weather keeps cycling up cycling down. Hey, we want to jump into discussion opened things up for a while we connect with our first guest will move onto a discussion with him. If not we'll connect with him at another time eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six our number you at the fan. Let's go to Vernon in Manhattan. Good morning. How you doing? I'm doing well Vernon. Well, there's two things you brought up. That's very interesting. We had their vortex Arctic blast came into the midwest. And also in the coast out there, Chicago, they suffered the worst from that Arctic blast. But the thought of it is that every year people should get the flu shots. It's very important. It's also healthy in reference to people getting sick with the flu. So thought is that get the shot, and we just have to work around the Weller as they come back and forth. That's my thoughts for the day. And you have a nice day. Now, hang on for a second. I gotta ask the question. The people listening to us you're gonna think well, wait a minute. Do you get the flu shot every year? Once in a while. After be honest. I'm not gonna sit there and say, I don't because when you feel good. Not to get the flu shot and other times. You see like it's coming on you to get the flu shot. So to be honest. I don't get it every year. But it's an important thing for health wise, because I know one time I did it get your shot. And boy did I get sick. I really got sick very bad from the flew. It took a long time for to leave. Maybe about two three weeks. I really hit me hard. Yeah. That's not fun. Definitely not fun Vernon. Thank you very much for your call this morning. I haven't ram. Obviously not a patriots fan. Next to Richard in Manhattan. Richard good morning and welcome to the fan. Yeah. Good morning. You know, not only did. I get my flu shot. I also just got my first of two shingle shot. Oh, that's something. I did. Okay. To know ration, no numbness in the arms. So that's good..

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"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"New York. Speaking of football at seven thirty this morning. The NFL preview is along on the fan. Pro Bowl on WFAN later in the day. Football Sunday follows are nine o'clock update this morning with those two guys Melissa's and deal and the long after eight o'clock update. It's the sports edge with Rick wolf, I'm Bob Solter. We're in a discussion with Raleigh Sadler on our program. Rally is founder and executive director of an organization, that's nonprofit, let my people go on the web at L mpg. Network. That's all one word that word Jeep, and he's also the author of a book that I want to talk about it's entitled vulnerable rethinking human trafficking. You were kind enough to put a copy of this book literally right in front of me. Also bit about so vulnerable kind of shares my story as I was trying to figure out. Well, how do I fight human trafficking? I mean, I wear cardigans some probably not gonna kick down the door of a brothel. What does it look like probably not? And so what does it look like for me to engage this issue? As myself. And I think there's many of us we are not in law enforcement. We're not in social services. We're not running nonprofits. And we're thinking, well, this is such a big issue. How do we engage? How do we actually get skin in the game? And that is really. What I kind of lead with in this book is that any of us can do something because all of us have a voice and all of us have something to say all of us have a story to be shared and. As we look for vulnerable populations. It's easy. Once we we know what to look for. And I talk about that in the book who is most vulnerable to human trafficking. And I've already mentioned some of these populations. Once we begin looking for these people will begin seeing them everywhere. And then we can engage. But that's only one half of it. Yes. We should look for vulnerability. But we should also look from vulnerability if we don't see our own vulnerability and our own issues in our own broken. And the fact that we have something very critical in common with the people that were trying to help. If we don't see that. Then it's very easy to the well-meaning. It's very easy to end up exploiting the very people that were trying to help. It's very easy to treat them as lesser than. And what I love about this idea of shared vulnerability. Even though are issues may differ. We're all one medical emergency way from being on the streets. And so. As we engage someone rather than saying, let me reach down and help you up. We can say, you know, what we're on the same level are issues may differ, but we have issues. So how can we walk alongside of you? As you try to think through. How to grow as a person? And so yes for me. This book is about how vulnerability plays into human trafficking. And how one thing that can lead to the exploitation of others. Someone's vulnerability. That can also lead to that person's freedom, and yeah. So I mean. What is it that you're hoping is going to come from the publication of this book the release of this book, and it officially comes out next month? It's so it's so exciting because this book is coming from my perspective as a Christian, and I really wanna show a historical Christian response to human trafficking in this book. Now, whether you're a believer or not. It will show you kind of what it what it should in could look like, and I want people, regardless of whether they believe me or not if they read the book, I really want them to realize they can do something today. And so at the very end of the book, we have one hundred things that you can do right now to fight human trafficking. It we give a very practical. She really to say. You are not powerless. You are able to encourage others who could be exploited right now. That's a very powerful statement as well. Is there a rule and we've only got better minute or so left here in program. Is there a role for? The formal education process in promoting awareness about human trafficking. Absolutely. In other words, should this? Is this a topic that should be addressed in schools? Yes. And you know, what I'm hearing more and more especially from people who are going to colleges that they're like, oh, I took a course on human traffic that wasn't around when I started. And so it's slowly. But surely happening it's happening in some public high schools. I mean people. Yeah, it's slowly. But surely getting out there. Well, the topic will certainly be watching the month of January human trafficking awareness month. Raleigh Sadler in studio with us founder executive director of let my people go on the web at L mpg network. That's all one word dot ORG. He's also the author of this new book that is officially coming out in the month of February. It's entitled vulnerable rethinking human trafficking. Thank you very much for coming in joining us in this question as I imagined. It was a very lively discussion. I'm glad we were also able to include some thoughts from some of the folks listening to us. Thank you, certainly. Good luck continued with your work. Thank you, very interesting chat after nine o'clock update this morning football Sunday program along with Melissa's and.

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"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"solter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Good morning, everybody. This is Bob Solter. We're in the homestretch of our program talking with Dr Steven rootin- he is in studio with us. He's the founder principal mentor and president of Picquier LLC on the web, by the way at peak year experience, that's all one word dot com. This quite a bit of information on that site as well. And we've shared an awful lot in this discussion. Hopefully, some of the folks that are listening to us. Will be able to follow up through that site with you want some things, and I haven't even mentioned because we've been so deepen discussion if you're listening you want to join in on some of the points that are being made by Dr Rubin in our discussion. Our number here at the fan that's eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six now. This couple of different areas where I wanted to touch upon because again, the so many areas where you potentially we could potentially go one thing is this whole idea of I guess for lack of a better term the role of parents, and how it is that you feel parents should proceed, and I think you put it very well. So I'm gonna let you put this in your own words, sure, actually. Aminu put us in the words of the great. Jay us who is for the list, sixty years been the great men to two families around the world. Jay in his books, and in his teaching has been my mentor and colleague would say that the role of parents is to prepare the children for the road to help them individually. The let them follow their dream. What we see happening? Instead. Parents are preparing the road for their children using all their poll for too many tutors. I've had parents of it kids in schools top schools, and the parents are calling me up and tell me what I should be teaching them. Whether in college. It's it doesn't stop. They never have a chance to glide their own lives. So of course, they become dysregulation in college. Social life drinking drugs. Stay up late. I would say to parents give your kids a chance to grow up experience the real world in a safe way, whether still in your home and a lotta this would be avoided. Why do you think parents do that? It's a highly competitive financial world people are driven by their own nor schism and wanting to see their kids succeed, or maybe it's their own value system. They know they worked hard and succeeded. They wanna see their kids. You know, do better generation goes helicopter. Parents check everything out. But now, you have people just really does no experience of life and their kids appearance. Clyde, the whole thing. And then go go live, and it's still the bird out of a tree with no wings. Can't imagine. It's gonna work that that's not a good picture. You're not gonna have a good end flopping. Our offices. I didn't ask you early on in our discussion by but think about this the entire time that we've been talking we keep using this term mentor. I should have at the very beginning of this discussion said to you when I'm going to say now. What is? NFL active mentor. Let's go back to the Dow says the Dow with the work of a good teacher mentor is done. The student will say we did this ourselves. The first thing that's good is Hugo take credit. Secondly of a subtle hand and understand how to share what you know, the student comes to it. That's they repeat what you do to kind of become a version two point over to also a good mentor shares their knowledge paid. But that would that work. You said something there, but. Parents today than the words you used were. Reasoning. Their children as virtuosos with great grades. Which I thought was a really great quote. Of course, that won't help you. We're in the fourth industrial revolution out the World Economic Forum close.

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"solter" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"solter" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"And you know, we gave it a run what we're doing is trying to bring a lot of stuff in house at our Solter difficult to capture the barstool sense being an external podcast, and it's a little difficult to little tough to talk on because I have two hats, obviously throughout this whole process. It's been difficult, but I love doing this. I love talking to you. We're gonna take a couple of weeks and figure out what the best way to go forward is outside of the barstool network. Whether that's continuing to do it or keeping Sam focused on writing more giving more content or still gonna keep some partnerships with major clubs. We've been working on a lot of stuff still will come from this brand. But the twice a week podcast will not for now. Yes. So it's you know soccer is not going anywhere. It's not like soccer's leaving barstool or anything like that. It's not like any of us are leaving barstool at the moment. We're taking a hiatus, and we'll just sort of leave it at that. We'll think the direction and maybe through new layer paint on revamp rebirth. We'll see we don't know what's going on. We're basically just playing it by ear. But. Can't thank everybody who's been listening, and you know. We're not dying. We're just we're just we're thinking in from here. Yeah. And take day by day is always doing. So stay tuned. Just keep falling us on social and stuff will come out. We go. So let's get into the pot now. So we got a we got a big week of gains big week end of games. I should say before we do that though Hicks aren't flying. So if you're tuning out your tuning out now, you gotta problem if you're tuning out right now, then you don't think my takes are gonna be flying around here. This is the last one I got nobody accountable. Let's do this. So the first story is not actually preview of the weekend. It is this ridiculousness about leads championship team. So they had they had a, quote, unquote spy who was caught at Darby counties practice. I don't know if it was today or yesterday. But I think it was today. You know, so spy, basically, a scout from Leeds was sent to watch Darby counties practice and Darby county like caught him. And like, I think he was arrested. Like, I it's just this. It became a big thing. It's like, you know, the New England Patriots, obviously got in trouble for for spy gate and all that shit. I do you think this is a big deal. I think it's hilarious. I do not think this is a big deal at all. My first major takeaway that spies terrible at his job. Yeah. It's horrible horrible spy bad by what bats just supposed to spy on a championship club. And you can't even do that horrible just tear. What a terrible spot. Get it. Why thing in American football? You know, it's basically like, you know, these these they're set plays that are very big. And you can see the setup you can see how what they do. And everything in soccer. I can't imagine why this is such a free flowing game. It's like reactionary, there's you know, maybe a set piece here and there, but like why is this such a big thing for for soccer? I I don't I think it's it's almost stupid her to make a big deal of leads. You know guy watching. It's almost stupider to do that than it is how hell restore it was to send the spy in the first place like leads just scored. So currently the spy is not working. He's by. Well, this is working. He probably sent the he spent it probably sent the information real time back to like be Elsa who admitted that he sent this by by the way, which is crazy just ridiculous. It's a ridiculous situation. Hilarious though. I would like to say Derby County with a four point lead in. To get into the playoff and leads comfortably at the top. Don't see why this was such a big deal. It's it is what it is. Apparently, whatever the spy did works. So far. As ever been something like this other than spy gate. I feel like I feel like number of teams have gotten, you know?.

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"solter" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"solter" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"All right, guys. Welcome back to SAM's army episode. I don't know what will call this forty three. Be maybe episode forty three Jerry. I don't know what we'll call this. But welcome back to the pod. Number one. Mike follower. How you doing? Mike. What's going on everybody up Sam? So we as we tease a little bit on the episode. The went out this morning. We have some news on the pod. You wanna take it away? Muggy gets colorful words. You can throw out there. Nothing colorful, nothing flowery. We were going to be taking some time. Hiatus we're gonna we we're not gonna have this pod on the box sports network. Not at least for now. And you know, we gave it a run what we're doing is trying to bring a lot of stuff in house at our Solter difficult to capture the barstool sense being an external podcast, and it's a little difficult to the little tough to talk on because I have two hats, obviously throughout this whole process. It's been difficult, but I love doing this. I love talking to you. We're gonna take a couple of weeks and figure out what the best way to go forward is outside of the barstool network. Whether that's continuing to do it or keeping Sam focused on writing more giving more content or still gonna keep some partnerships with major clubs. We've been working on a lot of stuff still will come from this brand. But the twice a week podcast will not for now. Yes. So it's soccer is not going anywhere. It's not like soccer's leaf barstool or anything like that. It's not like any of us are leaving barstool at the moment. We're taking a hiatus. We'll just sort of leave it at that. We'll we'll Lee think the direction and maybe through new layer paint on revamp rebirth. We'll see we don't know what's going on. We're basically just playing it by ear. But. Can't thank everybody who's been listening, and you know. We're not dying. We're just we're just we're thinking about real in from here. Yeah. And take day by day always been what we're doing. So stay tuned. Just keep falling us on social and stuff will come out. Go. So let's get into the pot now. So we got a we got a big week of gains big week end of games. I should say before we do that though Hicks flying. So if you're running out if you're tuning out now, you got a problem if you're tuning out right now, then you don't think might takes are gonna be flying around here. This is the last one I got nobody accountable. Let's do this. So the first story is not actually preview of the weekend. It is this ridiculousness about leads championship team. So they had they had a, quote, unquote spy who was caught at Darby counties practice. I don't know if it was today or yesterday. But I think it was today. You know? So a spy basically, a scout from Leeds was sent to watch Darby counties practice and Darby county like caught him. And like, I think he was arrested. Like, I it's just this. It became a big thing. It's like, you know, the New England Patriots, obviously got in trouble for for spy gate and all that shit. I do you think this is a big deal. I think it's hilarious. I do not think this is a big deal at all. My first major takeaway that spies terrible at his job. Yeah. It's horrible. Horrible spy what a bad by what bats just supposed to spy on a championships club. And you can't even do that horrible just tear. What a terrible spot. Get it. Why thing in American football? You know, it's basically like, you know, these these they're set plays that are very big. And you can see the setup you can see how what they do. And everything in soccer. I can't imagine why this is such a free-flowing game. It's like reactionary. There's you know, maybe a set piece here and there, but like why is this such a big thing for for soccer? I I don't think it's it's almost stupider to make a big deal of leads guy watching..

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"solter" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:20 min | 3 years ago

"solter" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Save the food. We are talking with service dogs, founder, Sherry Solters. What did want to ask you really quickly was? So you know, how the the stigma was rescue dogs being broken menu. You would definitely be the first person on being law. They are not what results do you find with rescue dogs and the training that you provide? Well, I think that it's like a chemical formula and part of it. It's usually in my opinion, dogs don't end up shelters because of them they end up in shelters because of bad parenting, people get divorced or they say the dogs too much work, and maybe they should have gotten a magazine with a picture of a dog instead of a dog. So there's a classic book in the forties. By the monks of new skeet who trained German shepherds? The first line is every trainer gets the dog they deserve. So the way of dog is behaving as a reflection of how it's been treated. So that's why I like to rehabilitate these dogs and give them a second chance. Our success rate is comparable and often better than the folks that breed their dogs, and a lot of that is because now most people are using basically positive training, but we were among the first like twenty five years ago where oh, yes, hey, let's we're not gonna use the old punishment military methods anymore. We're going to use what the marine mammal industry started pioneering, which was being nice to them. The worst thing that happens. If a dog doesn't if a dog is doing a behavior we don't want. We will just a ignore it. So you're not giving them a lot of attention and be teaching something else to do. Instead that it can get rewarded for for example. If you don't want your dog to jump on you old school was unique him in the chest. You purchase them off of you all that dominant stuff. Yes. We teach the dog at down because think about it you can't lay down and jump on somebody at the same time. So if you are always rewarding them when they lay down they're gonna start laying down to get that reward. And there you go you no longer have a dog that jumps on you jumping get some nothing, but laying down gets him treats and praise. And going through the door and getting in the car, so they'll start offering downs because of the reinforcement history. Right retraining is a great way to get animals and people to do what you want. Plus, you're building a great relationship with the animal because we have people who fall out of their wheelchairs and the dog has to go find the phone or go get help. If you're only controlling them by punishing them. Right. Okay. I can't do it. Then they're gonna go free at last. I'm out of here. The dog will try to help you because of the relationship and in behavior, they have like the cure of the command and the behavior and then that consequence the consequences. What drives the behavior not that? You spoke to them in German with their low voice, for example, remember payphones every once in a while you find a a quarter and a payphone. Well, if you find a quarter, and a payphone you will check that pay on the next ten times you walk by it. Because of the consequence something good happened. It's not 'cause there's a sign that says check me for money the consequence or if you have a lucky slot machine Vegas. You're going to keep playing that machine because something good happened. So if a dog does something and something great happens the dog will do it again. And then they'll become very creative. So let's say the dog doesn't get the reward. He's gonna try other things to try to get some kind of a reward. And so that way you have a dog that can think for itself and solves problems. So we had a guy one time passed out in this bathtub. So he couldn't tell the dog to do anything. But the dog pulled them out. He was still dressed. He was just he had a seizure and fell into the bathtub. So the dog figured out. I'm going to try to pull them out of the bathtub and succeeded in doing that actually was very afraid of running water. We think somebody may have tied him up sprayed them with the host to punish him. So she is because of the foundation of the relationship with him and the gentleman who was actually a pastor he overcame as big. Biggest fear and figured out how to solve. And with a deaf person. They don't know the microwave ovens going off. They don't know the phone is ringing or someone's knocking on the door. Just like a drug dog or a dog that smells, you know, guns, or whatever the q- comes from the environment. So you can't control the dog if you actually have the disability or if you're the officer the dog has to want to do it. You you build up like every time you do this something great happens long. Sure going to do it again, then. So it's a really creative way of training, and it works much better for more complex behaviors. It's not just don't get up unless I tell you. I'm going to be mean, you it's hey opened the refrigerator. But now, I want you to tug the strap attached to the door handles. I want you to take it with more force or not long paralyzed arm Beckham to the armrest of the wheelchair. Okay. You touched it now. Push it a little harder. So there's a lot of characteristics of a behavior and this kind of training helps you find tuna behavior. It's not just don't cross the line into the kitchen. So right. Very elegant. And it's it's not that it's easy. Creative. It's fun for you. And the animal, and you know, people get away with using crummy training methods on dogs because dogs are resilient. They'll figure out what you want and they're Littler than you are most of the time. So you can manhandle them or overpower them. But if you're working with killer whale or a bird that can fly away or an elephant, you really wanna have behaviors that the animal wants to participate in versus hurting it because those animals can hurt you if they're afraid or angry. Oh, yeah. For sure for sure. So you wanna team up? Yeah. That makes total sense now that you put it in that in that context what they would totally become creative and find a different way of doing things. That's awesome. Well, when you hear about when you use aggression and training, like punishment, is aggression. You get three things that you don't want you get aggression back. So when you hear about sometimes with old they used to train police dogs. They were pretty rough with them. You'll get a dog that will bite the handler or you might get like a wild animal. That's in captivity that attacks the the trainer like like a L. Yeah. That's aggression back. Because that person's been hurting that animal and the animals finally, yes. Option. You get what's called escapism. We're the animal runs away, which is all the elephants trampling through the village. We read a dog show once and there was a demonstration of they were showing on a dalmatian how the shock collar which gets shock, and all of a sudden you just saw they wanted to bore our PA system or microphone, and I said, no, I don't believe in your actions. So five minutes later, you see a dalmatian running through the auditorium or the convention center. And he wanted to get away. And that's why you have teen runaways the third thing you learned helplessness zone out. And let them hurt you. Because that's in people do that too. And it's it's real sad to see. And we don't want to do any of those things to our animals, and we don't need to so I- demonize anybody who uses punishment on their animals and four shock collars, all of that stuff. That's just wrong. And I hope they learn better methodology, and they can be more successful, but their dogs and other animals and the in their lives too. Yeah. Yeah. That is definitely important has to start with us. Right, right. Sherry tell us about your main programs that you offer people needing assistance. Well, we train hearing dogs that alert deaf people to different sounds like the baby's cry Blyleven timer. The smoke alarm think someone calling your name and within the the hearing impaired community, there's different levels. There's death. There's. People who maybe wear a hearing aid or co clear implant, but when they take them out. They don't have any hearing hard of hearing. And we say you're missing sounds. You know, we want to help you and those are usually medium sized dogs like Benji like terriers and cocker spaniels and that type of dog, and they will cut you to get their attention. They'll either negative with their nose of their paw. And then you go what is it? And then the dog will lead you to the sound arm lead you to the house to the door. So yeah, they're basically, hey, follow me something's going on over here. And when you're walking with the dog, you sort of see them in the corner of your eye. So if they with their head around to look at something, you can see what they're looking at like somebody on a ladder, hammering or or. Oh, yeah. L one young woman who came to a hearing dogs that she was walking through the parking lot target. You don't have target up there. Okay. A big a big store. Yeah. There you go and all of a sudden she was screwing around on her phone and all of a sudden in the parking lot. She just smelled burning rubber and she looked up in a car had just almost hit her and like slammed his brakes on who she decided to get a hearing dog because it would have alerted her that there was a there a car kind of right around them in your personal space or about to be. So those dogs, basically, touch you and lead you to the sound, and they'll sort of figure out started learning you to even more things you didn't even train them for like we train the dog to alert a woman when her tea kettle whistle went off. And it started alerting her to win her soup was boiling. Because started noticing the bubbles the founded the bubbles and the soup and started alerting her to that we had a hearing dog that alerted a woman when at night worker up at turned out the picture behind her bed at fallen down. So they kind of get the hang of it. And they they even more things and then the service dogs what the industry calls service dogs is for somebody with their mobility related disability. They've had a spinal cord injury. Right. Yes. Palsy, all that stuff, multiple sclerosis and the dog a lot lot of what they do is pick up things you drop. We do a lot of behaviors based on tugging like they'll open the door. They'll open the refrigerator, they might cut your sock off even in the refrigerator. They'll bring you back. You know, a bottle of water or a little lunch. One of those little kind of tennis. Yeah. Yeah. Takeout thing. A little lunch thing you can race on them. If you're transferring between your wheelchair and like, the couch or the bed they can turn a light on or off Doug on their hind legs. News mouth to kind of do it. And that includes ceiling fans, the do what's called targeting, which is means touching something with their power their nose like the automatic door button that opens doors like to the mall or wherever and we can custom train them. Somebody said I can't get my shirt off over my head and the dog can help we have one dog that would pull the velcro on the guy's tennis shoes. And so that's exciting for us. We'll have a dog that don't go push an emergency buzzer that calls like an ambulance, and we have dogs. Get closed down the dryers because the person can't reach into the dryer and do that, and they'll drop them in a laundry basket, and then we'll attach like an old necktie. We use them a lot, and they'll pull the laundry basket down the hall or the person, can you know, folder closing their bedroom. And so those are the service dogs, and then again, the courthouse dogs help staff at a.

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"solter" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"solter" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Watch the cats. Do wells ride that had Solter deal. Watch the bears the eagles in that playoff game that make for quite a double header on Sunday. You'd have to dress a little differently for each game. But yeah, that would be kinda pop SE would leave it all of the Trump put some layers on. Bad way to spend a Sunday. For their first of two meetings for the a lot I this. They're only meeting scheduled with Michigan state this year they met once last year that was at Rosemont. Well, the one thing I could say after that comet is thank goodness. Now, I respect that. Joe? Thank you. You could save by really well at the playing with a lot of confidence. And they're they're flying like a ball. I mean, they're pushing it pounding. It wasn't don't have any answers for Tricia could states only two losses. This year came to their opener against Kansas ninety two eighty seven Kansas was number one time, but then they lost on the road at Louisville in overtime. It's amazing work dominated in the post is a cookie Kansas. He was small date of law. Jailer? Right. Right. A circle. The law the top law, circling, right? The top. It'll put up a straight off three at a got it. Great quarter for riot Taylor. His first of the game. But it's fifty six thirty five at the other advocate twisted cutoff by Turner's. He tried to cut it away. Defense what we're going to be banned. Stay with by street after which. Counts pass going dot circles. Arou- Tertre put one up. No, good rebound. Five part of the weak side. Chop that type laws down the floor had faked cuss, right? Shakes free for a three pointer. No, nope. And look at the rebound mcquaid. Now left point four Michigan state. Equate looks so wet. Take three over. Switch to his first three quarters of the game hundred thirty nine to this career. The answers Taylor's look to the sparks. It's fifty nine thirty five. Top two part of the task. Back out on the left side of the tax. Laser there. There are now with fourteen ports. The other coast to coast gets inside. What do they push it? After made. I think better run into basketball after a made basket. Terraced long to Taylor cop at the top. The left law runs. The baseline gets fouled. Pretty gorge picks up his second. Northwestern ball, take it out sixty one thirty seven. Law. What Taylor measure at three rattles off the rip rebound by glorious look bad all night. Straight hotline. Katana? Shop pocket. Against. Register urban the drive that ball. Bounce I but it did they not clear on the foul. Yeah. Here's Tertre catch inside get expelled. I think you're right. Did not call a foul. I was out of balance. I like this thing they went away from return to post because he fronted him. And they were afraid throw it over the top. That's not the way to go over the top one, which is a Proctor. So this was a Powell charter at the live HA Tertre eighty eight percents of the line second-best at the big ten Henry replace which. So much posted him up. Mr. Sixty one thirty eight I play. Get back out the heart stars. You decide going? Rattles at home. George jumping with a right hand sixty three thirty eight does pop at the lobby. The spark. Moaner already got him. I'm not so sure just did that last push it a little bit more. The more you run the less likely. They are to go to the offensive board taping really gone to the offense. Alan orange his second. Winston rightback yet. Again, sixteen eleven y'all. Cats inbound the ball park. Plot gives it off. Taylor. Shot. No, good rebound Hilda. Equates spotting up of the left doesn't shoot. Repeats till the now. Lost. It all cats all the rod here. Here's taylor. They have numbers shooting Dowd resile part backup it and what for Derek part. Now will get us out with fifteen forty two to go. Sixty three forty the score. Now all the court. It's job of the defense to protect the rip all the road. It's job or the twenty nine hundred road, the Al protect you wrote has a bailable advanced safety technologies engineer to help keep with that solid. Defense piece on proud supporter of college athletics. Michigan state north western sixty three to forty fifty forty two to go northwestern basketball by which Ross twenty w you need to keep your head in the game. Let us take care of everything else. Like free water at check in ultra comfortable, beds modern showers and a lobby bar designed hang out in delta hotel by Marriott, Chicago north shore. Sweet we focus on the details that truly matter and make them perfect. So think of us.

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Brazil judge denies cabinet post a reward for jailing Lula

Democracy Now! Audio

01:21 min | 3 years ago

Brazil judge denies cabinet post a reward for jailing Lula

"And in Brazil, former president Louis Nazia Lula to Silva is challenging has conviction on corruption charges after the judge who ruled on his case accepted atop position in the cabinet of president-elect gyro, both Sinato the far, right. Former army captain Lula's lawyers argue that newly appointed Justice Minister Sergio Morteau has proven his bias by joining ball sonatas cabinet, and that the charges against Lula were always politically motivated and designed to keep him from running for the presidency. Again Lewis currently serving a twelve year term in prison. Polls ahead of the election showed he was on track to win easily this past election and octa over the world renowned linguist dissident and author known Chomsky visited Lula in prison. He recently spoke to democracy now about that encounter Solter confront board from. Receiving new books. Proserve journals crucially the courts decided not permitted to make a public statement. Luke, sue convicted murderer so his soil Puerta would. Than combs huge. Their husband major thoughts, and he should be regarded with those for the most important political prisoner of the world to

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Steve Jobs, Lisa Brennan and CEO discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Steve Jobs, Lisa Brennan and CEO discussed on Lori and Julia

"Solter around the studio we, brought the right. Suitcase, maybe we'll see well I in my. Suitcase of dirt today. We've got, Steve Jobs, of course the Pat the, former CEO, of apple of course he passed. Away, some years ago well he's back in the news, today because his daughter Lisa Brennan jobs, is writing a book a Telo book about her. Relationship with her father and one of the things that's coming out is that Steve, Jobs, told his daughter Lisa that she quotes smells like a toilet when she visited. Him on his deathbed that sounds worse than it? Is, is the headline. Yes it is So the.

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