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Humanity's planet-shaping powers -- and what they mean for the future
"I work at the united nations and for the past couple of years. I have served as the head of the un's development program when i walked into the headquarters in new york city many years ago. The first thing i noticed was a sculpture standing outside under the flags of the nations of the world. It's called the knotted gun and it's still stands today to me that sculpture symbolizing exactly what the un was created to do seventy five years ago to build peace out of the ashes of war war. That had been defined for so much of human history as the struggle of nations against nations are the kinds still raging countries like syria and yemen that the united nations works to end every day. That's what i imagined that. Not a gun to represent but now another kind of war is brewing. One that increasingly defines the twenty first century with a dominant risk to our own. Survival is ourselves a few years or even months ago. If i had suggested that we're all at war with ourselves. It may have felt strange especially when according to so many metrics humans are on average healthier wealthier and more educated than any time in history. We have more knowledge. More science more choices today than the founders of the united nations could have ever imagined but somewhere along the way we lost our balance in fact think about this. Scientists are considering whether for the very first time in human history. Instead of the planet shaping humans humans are knowing shaving the planet it's called the anthroposophy and represents a new geological era today. Humans literally have the power to alter the atmosphere and the biosphere in which we live the power to destroy and the power to repair. No species has ever had that kind of power before within humans have achieved incredible things together from closing a giant hole in the ozone layer preventing nuclear proliferation to radicalizing smallpox. But we have also taken the earth and all the people on it to the brink. It's not the rational fair what we're doing today. One third of all the food produce on the planet goes to waste. While one in ten people go hungry inequality has become extreme twenty six people on the same wealth as half of humanity based on recent data today seven million people die from air pollution each year about seven million trees the very things that keep our air clean. Cut down every few hours. We spend over ten times more on fossil fuel subsidies alone than we do all. Investments in renewable power prolonging our common habit like a drug running through the economy's veins. You don't have to be an economist like me to know that these numbers just add up that our economic paradigm is neither sustainable nor equitable climate. Change rupturing inequalities record numbers of people forced from their homes by conflict and crisis for all of our power. These are the weapons we have built less tangible than a gun but just as real just as deadly at an epic pandemic and this year for the first time in twenty years global extreme poverty is projected to rise and global human development. A measure of the world's education health and living standards is set to decline for the first time since the measure began thirty years ago. Covid nineteen has not changed the future yet but it has revealed these deep flaws in our present bringing clarity to the fact that ending. This war against ourselves is not about tradeoffs. it's not about choosing between people trees between poverty or progress. It's about choosing to do things differently. In the midst of tragedy the pandemic has also given us a glimpse of what peace could look like where we can see the snow of a mountain for the first time because the smog has cleared. That's what happened in nairobi. My home of many years and one of the city's appalachian plummeted as human activities slowed down
Is There A Way To Speed Up COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution?
"The question for today how can the. Us turn things around and quickly get vaccine distribution on track. Here with me. is dr amish adultery. An infectious disease physician and a senior scholar at johns hopkins center for health security. Thanks for coming on the takeaway dr short. Thank you for having me so doctor. Let's start with hospitals. They were rightly given priority for the vaccine. But now they're getting blamed for the slow rollout and for not vaccinating workers fast enough. So you're you work at several hospitals. Can you give us a look into what's happening there. You have to remember that. There's no such thing as a hospital worker. Whose only job is to vaccinate people. So what hospitals are doing are pulling people with other jobs to ronco vaccination clinic and these covert vaccines are not. The same thing is giving employees. Tetanus shots hepatitis b. shots influenza shots. There's a lot involved and the same hospitals that are tasked with responding to an inordinate number of patients are being asked vaccine so there's a lot of precautions that they have to put in place got to set up timings for people to be vaccinated. They've got to find a place to vaccinate people in a place where people can stay fifteen minutes after their shot. In case they have an allergic reaction. They have to be in close proximity to an emergency department. In case severe allergic reaction happens and it it just takes some time to scale this up so hospitals. Don't have the resources to do this in a rapid fire manner and i think they shouldn't be blamed for this. They're being actually tasked to do something. Where the government really has failed because there was not much planning done for that last mile of vaccination and it fell to hospitals to set up their own programs and their own prioritization. And all of that in it's in. It's not surprising to me that there's been lags and delays but it is speeding up and i do think the answer. Here's more resources. What could hospitals do with those more resources. If hospitals had more resources they could have vaccination basically happening twenty four seven instead of at specific times. They can vaccinate more people at a given time. Instead of having certain slots for people to to come to be vaccinated they would have other people to be able to monitor people after their vaccination so if there is an allergic reaction. It's not the same people that are giving the vaccine that have to kind of keep their eye on. Who's who's around in the in the room. That might be having an allergic reaction all of that would make vaccination more seamless and faster but some of the slowness because this vaccine is available on an emergency use authorization and that requires forms consent and checking that consent to make sure it's all accurate. All of that does take time which is very different than when you go to get a flu. Shot at employee health at hospital. Just they basically just jab you as soon as you walk in the door. You yourself have had your first dose. Is that correct yes okay. Have you witnessed any reluctance or skepticism in one of the hospitals. I'm on staff at. There's a lot of misinformation being spread among certain members of the healthcare staff including nurses and doctors where basically every conspiracy theory that you've maybe seen on. Social media is getting repeated in a hospital hallway. So yes that does happen in my experience. It's been really minimum of people and not something. That's generally reflective of what healthcare workers think of this vaccine but clearly the anti vaccine movement and all of those conspiracy theories healthcare workers are not unfortunately immune from it and that has played a role trying to combat that misinformation with facts. And so doctor. How do you balance the need. To prioritize healthcare workers and the elderly with also just getting as many people vaccinated as possible. Who want the vaccine. You have to remember that the overall goal is to get all the eligible populations vaccinated so that this public health emergencies behind us and we cross the herd immunity threshold and hospitals are not inundated. There is a reason for the priority scheme though in order to get the vaccine into people where it will have the biggest impact fast and that's healthcare workers nursing home residents and then kind of moving through other priority games. But you have to remember that we can't be dogmatically wedded to that in if that schedule is an obstacle to people getting vaccinated if it's causing hospitals consternation on how they're going to evacuate and how they're going to deal with excess doses. Maybe they've unfrozen a lot more doses than they needed that day and they've got some that they're gonna either throw out or give to somebody. That's not priority group. One a the answer. There is to give it to somebody. Who's in another priority. Because you have to remember. The overarching goal is to get people vaccinated. And we can't let an overly bureaucratic process steiner that goal and it's not right for governors and other politicians to try and penalize hospitals for doing the best they can and i think that's the most counterproductive is finding hospitals or decreasing their allocation. If they're going outside of the priority group because the goal is always going to be to get the shot into people's arms and who would be the next priority group would it be people with preexisting conditions for instance so overall the cdc says priority group one be would be people that are above the age of seventy five years of age as well as front facing workers so meat packing plants or in grocery stores or transportation workers. That's the overall phase one beat but some states are saying we're going to go to maybe above age sixty five so there is some variation from state to state. But it's generally people that are going to be dealing with the general public but they're not healthcare workers as well as people of advanced age because we know they have a high risk for severe complications. Are there states that have done a particularly good job so far. Well if you look at states in the number of doses that they've allocated north dakota south dakota standout They were places that got hit very hard and most recently and they seem to be rolling out vaccine at a faster pace than many other many other states some states only maybe fifteen percent of their doses have been allocated but again that may be a lot of the idiosyncrasies of each state and you likely will see things homogenize soon as state start ramping up and getting things in order but would say in general. No state is doing the best job Everybody could do better and we have to do better in order to put this epidemic pandemic behind us. So what are you looking for. The biden administration to do what can be what can be done to speed things up the by the ministration can ensure that hell that states have. The funding in there was a funding. Bill passed on christmas eve. But it's also just trying to understand what's going on each state and meeting states where they are. Some states may need different types of help. And i think that's going to be important as having the cdc step into its role of being this coordinating body for the states and allowing the public health response to to really be fine tuned by the cdc adding its expertise to what's going on in each in each state. I think it's also the case that we need more guidance on what to do when you have leftover doses and nobody left in the priority group. Yesterday the cdc did have a press conference or a meeting where they did talk about the fact that the goal is not to have vaccine in the fridge but into into people's arms and we shouldn't be wasting doses or doing anything like that so that type of work that kind of leadership of how this vaccination program should go would would be very useful. I also think the federal government should think about trying to help coordinate mass vaccination sites especially as we get into the community dwelling people people who aren't in hospitals nursing homes who are relatively easy to vaccinate but people who live at home can be done. It's at stadiums. Can they be done at convention. Centers Can we use old school gymnasiums during h one n one i got vaccinated at an old school gym. Can we start doing that to make things move much more seamlessly faster sort of borrowing from what israel is doing. Which is the country. That's leading the world in
"steiner" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"Don't know about that just pops up. I think it's really an interesting time in the business. And i think i think a lot of people have kind of come full circle back into it in certain ways even with my traditional sports collecting as well you know and i think i don't know i think it's definitely a good thing. I i the industry over the years is definitely ridden waves and the waves of crash. But i feel like this wave is building again. You know There's no question it's fun. It's a little more organized i. I'm very proud of that. Any effect on the business. I feel like i've created some organization to it. You know by getting the league teams involved with my prior company. I feel like put some organization to it and i gave people some channels and distribution channels. How the by it and how to sell it you know it was like you know it just kind hobby when i jumped into it and it's fun you know and it should be fun and in some cases for some people it's they extended into the business or they least they think they are and that's fine As long as you're not spending a college kids education money but you know if you're really smart and you really into a particular area you can have a lot of fun and make some money on it. There's some i always say. Riches in the niches and there are a lot of niche collecting. You know a lot of people collect monopoly game. I mean it's crazy like people like monopoly games or you know people just collect. Baseball's i probably have over several hundred baseball's of all different types of baseball's the differently presidents in different kinds of fun. I don't know where it's going. But i like them. They're fun all different colors painted. Baseball's gold baseball's so you know you know find something having fun. Takes your mind off everything for a few hours. So i look at. I collect Basketball shorts game issued and game war. I still play. And i'm constantly. You know buying game worn a game issue shorts all different players and i love it so it's kind of fun. Yeah styles change and as as you know the way the the colors all the craziness and all the shorts and kind of fun. I probably have three hundred pair of basketball shorts doing them all day. But i have fun collecting them. So i'm i'm a crazy collector. I mean and i think that's you know i try to urge people's like look the babe ruth balls and all that stuff and even now jordan gotten really pricey. It's all good. It's fine if you want great but we have fun you know. You don't have to have the babe ruth ball to have a fun collection. You know collector. You like liquid. You're into and have fun with it. How about i know you guys do the entertainment side of the business too. I mean obviously you know. Hollywood would shut down for a long time. And we've had you know some movies start trickling out. Tv shows on delay. But how's that bit. I mean. I'm on the side. I'm immediately seeing all this goonies. Sign memorabilia stuff from dukes of hazzard which for multiple reasons. I'm sure is going up in value but you know what's how's how's the entertainment side of things. Ben it's good. I mean seeing first of all there's really rockstar entertainers. They're getting older and they're probably not doing these. Many films will board and a little more open to it We're seeing that would rock and roll. I'm about to do a whole bunch of a band collectibles It's on my list here. Where i'm and you know. The the talent is coming around starting to see the opportunity to keep their legacies for legacy than for the cavs them. You know without albums going out and everything's on. You don't see the pictures of the band you don't you know we grew up. I grew up a cab album pictures in the album. And whether you went to a concert not you gotta feel. The ban wasn't and these guys were so the collectability kind of replaces that a little bit although album's coming back to and we're republishing some albums as part of the collectible relaunched with some of these bands. But i think the the listen. It's still i mean i am. I going to springsteen in my dreams but you know there's definitely some really good bands were approaching that are that are starting to show some interest in doing some band like collectible stuff and then concert used collectible stuff. So there's a whole opportunity there to do some stuff and we're we're taking advantage of it. Yeah well and you know bond man. It's it's fun different. Yeah i agree and and like you said like you said before you know. A lot of these bands are used to touring and selling out stadiums things like that and the virtual concerts of kind of become a thing which i have a love hate relationship with. I understand why they're doing it. But there's nothing like seeing abandoned a sold-out stadium. But i think a lot of these. They're probably look in looking at some different. You know different areas where they can kind of keep busy and expanding. Keep themselves out there during this time. Well there's no question. And i think that the the whole you know getting songs song lyrics even if it's a copy of it you know your favorite song and the lyrics that mean a lot to you And then just pictures of concerts that you've been to why not be able to memorize. Why not be able to put a memory of that up on your wall so i. It's you know there are a little different. All these celebrities they go through trials and tribulations ego wise they're not the easiest people to deal with and It's not what i would say on the counter that it's not easy being them you know. They got a lot of different things going on. And this is a very fast paced to being a top line celebrity. So it's hard for them to kind of A lot of them don't create the balance and take advantage of all the opportunities they have. So i'm i'm trying to take advantage of the opportunities but that'd be too much work for them and so far i've gotten a pretty good response to close things out. Let's circle back here. I november fourteenth. The magic baseball auction ends. Obviously all proceeds going to charity. Both johnny and bobby valentines charities i mean what else can we say here other than head over to Collectible sh- exchange in and take a look at everything and get your bids in right. Well if you're a sturkey fan when we took the dome off of the roof dome roof famous domes stadiums of all time was selling pieces of the dome. I think there's about fifty different products. Created with the dome roof. If you know somebody who's a syracuse fanny or syracuse fan and want a little gift you go to the site. You'll see a whole line of products very proud of that being syracuse. Orange myself I believe orange so very proud of that. And you know very grateful for everybody that's able to bid and you get something really cool and then you donate some money to a really good 'cause so hopefully you go over to the charity auction at collectible change in bit. Thank you for your support though. Appreciate it all right. Well i appreciate the time brandon been been a pleasure talking talking a lot of sports history today. Thanks for having me talk to you soon and be safe. Stay in touch all right you too. And that was brandon steiner with the collectible exchange. A great interview there. Lots of fun talking. Sports sports history and memorabilia. A whole lot more. And don't forget you know whether you're in own your home. Geico makes it easy to bundle your owners and car insurance..
"steiner" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"And we are jumping into the sports memorabilia. Side of things today. Got a very very special guest brandon steiner. he's going to be on with the collectible exchange. They are the premier source for all of your sports memorabilia collections. They've got some high end collections. Going on right now and we're going to dive into talking. Some sports awesome sports history. Maybe a little bit of entertainment and a whole lot. More definitely looking forward to having brandon steiner on today and talking about the world of sports twenty twenty and how sports collecting is going in the miller's pandemic and let me tell you this is actually doing very very well but Yeah they do have this. It's called the magic baseball to special. It's a special collection of with john. Hirschbeck is a professional major. League baseball umpire. And it's all going to charity. His son passed away. They were both major baseball fans. And it's an amazing collection and we're gonna dive into talking about that a whole lot more today. So fun guests today lined up. You guys definitely not gonna wanna miss this one that being said if you are in for the first time. Head over to apple podcasts. National subscribe button. Please do that. It helps us out. You always get the shows. You never know what's going to come on the show and please while you get a chance hit the rating button gives us a one through five stars and we'll tell you how to do it but please give us a rating. It helps us out even more than you'll ever know and you can hit me up. Jim beaver fifteen on social media. And check out my other. Show the down and dirty radio show. Tehran podcast one apple. Podcasts and also on siriusxm channel to eleven dan patrick radio so as two hundred networks on sports byline usa. But yeah we talk motorsports on that one. So if you're a race car fan yeah you wanna be tuning into that so this week. Yes it is brand steiner here on the show with a collectible exchange before we jump into that interview though. I do have to tell you.
Los Angeles Dodgers' 11-run 1st inning sets postseason mark
"That Dodgers set a record there. Blowout win over the Braves scored 11 runs in the first inning off Atlanta starter Kyle Right and really picture Grant. Deighton right, went two thirds of an inning gave up seven runs and five hits, including back to back homeruns. Three run shot by Jack Peterson Solo shot by Edwin Rios. Then reliever Grant Dayton came on. He loaded the bases for Max Munsey Munsey, the 13th batter of the inning. Seven to nothing. Dodgers Dayton On three and to the bases were loaded. There goes the carousel. There's a fly ball to center field that's well hit, and it's a Grand Slam home run. Max Muncy. It is 11 to nothing and we're not finished with the first Charley Steiner on 5 70 Dodgers radio. The 11 runs is a postseason record for run scored in one inning, breaking the old mark of 10. Bellenger homered in a second Seger in the third and Dodgers win it 15 to 3. They're down two games to one. With Kershaw going in Game
Amazon not liable in teen's powdered caffeine death: Court
"Not liable for the death of an Ohio high school students after 18 year old Logan Steiner was found dead in June of 2014. The coroner ruled it was from acute caffeine toxicity. Steiner had adjusted powdered caffeine, which a friend had purchased online and shared with him. His father sued, reaching out of court settlements with the company that sold the powdered caffeine and with the importer Not Amazon, Ohio Supreme Court justices of now unanimously concurred with two lower courts that Amazon was not a supplier has defined by Ohio law and therefore not liable. Retail giant has since band postings for powdered caffeine on its site. Jack
"steiner" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Q east pain. He's tiny my grade kind of translucent. Scary. It was creepy. I was trying to catch it in this big skull Mug that Mike got from. Like, the six flags hornets. because. That's what I always catch bugs in in the house because I don't. I, don't like killing bugs me neither of them them. Yeah. and so because that's the cup that I using real life. That's what I was using. Dream. Even, though I was in Reno at the time. It was there was a complicated dream a lot going on much like the theme of of Blair's threat pranked. Yeah. Also, there is an earthquake I was in my car at the time of the earthquake, and for some reason, the earthquake just like made my car just roll once. Just. One, just not even role just full like slowly fall onto the hood and get smush. But I was find it happened. So slowly gently, but the car was ruined. I am driving to visit my mom in San Diego tomorrow. Finally got a covert test and it's negative. CONGRATS. So I was extra safe not that I, thought I had it. But so I'm finally going to go visit my mom for a few weeks, and in the dream I was like how am I gonNA drive there now. I cars ruin from the earthquake. All smushed. while I'm glad that your cars. Okay. And I'm glad that you don't have cove any to. oh, and then the second threat prank is which like I think I would have maybe called the authorities with the with the Scorpions. They don't which I always baffled by and then the second one is such is missing for so long. Oh No, but she that he's not dead. She just knows that he somewhere else, but he's not coming home and she's like Oh. No. Then a thump, and there's like a mummified cat in her room. Serving. So disturbing and then she's like. No No. No. No, and then they call the cops and then shown wraps it, and she's like it's a toy which was our story. S, stuffed cat. Why are we so good at this? I'll tell you why it's been for years. Yeah. I was like, was it? How much? Did you weigh down the stuffed animal because you would've felt? Yeah. No. Like it would feel just like most like balancing more. So, heavily. But then how could it still look like a cat form if you had to bandage it. So heavily that it felt like a heavy cat? Yeah. Unless. Maybe. She was like it's mummified. So they're dryer. You know. Yeah, I. Don't know. But if she thinks it Seti than it's still very much just like a full-on corpse, it's not like it's time to lighten like it's flesh would still be there. Yeah, anyway. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. Because you can't like unless you're using, you're taking it. But you're not like. Like freeze drying it. Yeah. The drying part takes a lot longer unless maybe you're using an instant pot, maybe that's what happened. I don't think it is. Hard to say. Impossible to say. but she's like, Oh, good said he comes back eventually and she's like this. Great Fine. Also I liked the bit about. On. Cologne, Hey, he is too much detail. So she knows like when she gets tackled and princess or being as beautiful necklace goes missing. But. He did it because she's. I. Smelled that Cologne She ripped a button off the volunteer EST- and small tests Cologne. Yeah. I thought it would have been good touch if to create doubt in her mind she was like well. It could just be that his Kolonin rubbed off on the vest already. That's actually what I thought. Maybe happened 'cause I wasn't sure that he had done it, and so I was like maybe someone else just like maybe that fucking marge bitched at it, she was wearing. Wearing h plump bitch. PLOMBAT matronly thirty year, old bitch. Who's just like absolutely the nicest person. She's always offering to give her rise and shit like you told matronly on. Plump Bitch always giving your rights and shed. Their. fucking her. Dower. Make. Her Dowager. Dowager Dowager. Dow? Kansas. Dowager Countess. I don't know why. But like plump benches like so arguing, funny. Plum. Bitch. Is a very funny word. It is very because when she is dressed in like a similar like Egyptian outfit at the Cocktail Party, it says, she looked matronly plump in her dress Yak. Yeah. Except they were wearing the same fucking dress. Dress, she's just like because she was so plump and Matronly, it gave her a plump matronly look. Yeah, it was like it. She wore a more plump and matronly version of the. was very silly. But yeah, she is fine. She's an nice person. I didn't think actually thought she could be unhinged. I thought everybody could hint does like Oh, maybe she's really could have been anybody. Yeah, like it was pointing at things and not in a bad way now. In a mystery way. It, was in a mystery way for sure and honestly I was surprised that anti was involved I was too. I. Didn't think that was going to be the case. Yeah. Surprised by Blair I. I was I was surprised. It was where I really I thought it was just going to be way more supernatural and I always wanted to be more supernatural. I'm glad that it did keep elements and that it wasn't completely dismissed as. Real. Yeah. Reality I. Mean. Yeah but. I always want. Like I wanted Blair to be also from that time. Yeah getting her revenge like maybe she was a rival. I just wanted to have more of a Christopher Pike plot just because that's my personal taste, not that there was a problem with. Yeah. With the. Oh i. also, just because we're right now very much of the age of like eat the rich Blah Blah Blah, you don't have power unless you probably something bad to get that power, but will. It was very funny when she was like describing Mafra and she's like. Well, you know nefer a guys power through inheritance, not something terrible like taking over and I was like, well, people only really like usurp the power if there's something wrong. So. Like? Yeah. I feel like maybe like inheritance is the worst way to get a crown, but it's just it was just very interesting like Barbara Steiner's or llamas perspective on that Now, I'm trying to think of other star moments. I let them almost chill like the mom. Of Food. The food was great. Yeah I'm having trouble like her dreams are kind of cool. I don't know if they're like, I. Wouldn't say they're star moments. No getting trapped in a sarcophagus is is like S. that's yeah. That was that's a scary scary attack. It was really scary and I, thought it was really cool that like so she has like the psychic link to I, mean, here's the thing I'm a cat lady and she was a little bit too much of one for my. You know we'll as the reincarnation of her lost love camping. So that's why I let it go absences activity. But you ever met. I never law Slovo thousands of years in the form of a cat. No I guess I don't know. Then I'll shut up unless you have.
"steiner" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Hello welcome to increase the PODCAST that discusses. Able fiction. I'm Lindsay Kate. And Allie New Gen and today we talking about Barbara's Steiner's the mummy. With apparently a laugh out loud log line. Let's hilarious. Back from the dead, the dead question mark. Does sort of remain. It's is it does he know both unclear? But also very obvious. Extremely obvious also. I mean propsed for like being like you know at this is GonNa. Be a supernatural story. Hell. Yeah. Import. Do you want me to read the summary on good reads? I do in fact. I, need you guys to understand that like this summary is what caused me and Lindsey to want to do this. This book. because. It is very funny. A lost. Love. An ancient curse from the moment. Lana sees the mummy of the incredibly handsome Prince. Nefer at the Egyptian. Eerie, feeling. She's unexplainable drawn to him when she hears him, whisper come back my princess come back. One Misty Knight. She sees the mummy in the park chanting the same mysterious words and reaching toward her Lana knows it's impossible. The money's been dead for thousands of years. Soon, Lana is shrouded in a web of horror and longing chapter between fantasy and reality is really hidden behind the mummies gray musty gauze and why terrorizing Lana. Steam God. I mean. That's very accurate. It is allies there. Look. Lana rubs. Love. Ancient. Egypt needs to fuck that mummy. She's. The if you are wondering like does this book dance around it? Absolutely, not like you learn within the. Age. She wants to fuck this money. It's not. I. Mean No two ways about it? No, and I, don't understand. They don't know what this dude looks like. No, who keep saying. Devastatingly, handsome. So they're looking now they're looking at the drawings of him that are on the sarcophagus. have. You seen like those look like they're not. They're cartoon. They're. Not. Like. Really, like portrait's like truly like are rough idea like, okay. I'm GonNa send you an image Lindsey and you're going to see it and like your thought when you see this is supposed to be like. Wow. This mummy is so. Him Song. Ironist send you want is well. Oh i. Sent you. I wonder if it's the same one. Delightful plugging. Oh No. It isn't. It's really. Funnier I was I'm I was sending this one. Back like truly. Okay like you guys like like as close as you're going to get to bring like I I mean, I. Guess the King Tut One he certainly looks. Like, I'm trying to imagine him in the Mush unlike like the features are of an attractive man, will we imagine? It takes a lot of imagine. How on earth I would be seeing this mic on my God. I am. Lou A. Business. There is even a point where okay. I get that she's like in trance by him because he's using mommy magic but. She. Sent you the King Tut. Funerary mask. Like. Still, I mean like this, the most handsome. Sir Nice Futures. It's like, oh. Big Eyes. Full Lips Yeah. Sure. Well formed knows I suppose. Yeah. But there is literally a apart where he's like where she's like looking at the fucking actual mummy of him and she's like A. Fine. Bumps is knows and his. His lips and some parts of the. Of the bandages are black from rot like X.. Rab. You Can you imagine like just like. Lake truly Lindsey, imagine you and I are friends I start working at volunteering at the Egyptian exhibit I. Am like I. I start getting really obsessed with ancient Egypt and like. Let's okay. Cut My hair in a way that makes me look like Cleopatra. That is so capital E. Egyptian that everybody that sees me a white woman walking. And he's like Oh you look Egyptian. Would you be like maybe already, this point is kind of question marks and then. I. I START I'm in love with a Mommy I'm in love with the mummy. I. How do you? How do you talk to your friend or way? Try to help you through this. Is it that you dress up like a mummy and start start following me around in the park I D- maybe. Here, you off being in love with their money. I. I guess. I'd have to. I would try to sitting down and like asking if you generally have anything you want to talk about or like Oh yeah. If you're stressed about any mainly. I would try to find the problem I without having to bring up the mummy rate. Maybe ask. Questions, the answer comes. Yeah. I want to try to go to the source and not the symptom, right? Right. Right. I. Mean The money's for sure Sim. The symptom. The the. Sent of. Overarching? Symptom. Yeah. If all else fails. So I'm going to have to bring up the mummy. And the mummy in the room. Yeah, yeah. We can't ignore the more me in the room is going to use that as the FRIZZ for now. It's so better and we just addressed the mummy in the room. And I'll just deadpan and people really like I'm sorry, you say.
"steiner" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"You know a part of him which And if you're close to them, you can get those things. What is what is your So you've done all this and you've been in the collectible business for a long time which your most memorable item that you've really said that that put a smile someone's face something that you remember whether it was a kid or something that you really orchestrated said man that really just made my day. I mean you know when you think about the Rangers went in the cop that was certainly used. Soup delivering the Mark Messier products with a smile on his face old in the cop I know how big a deal that was back in ninety four when the Rangers won the Cup in. Such a dia arranger offense under that was a big deal and that gave me when I walk around the garden, I see ranger fans they know who I am because I'm GonNa. Create I did a lot of things think you have to love what you do more than what you're doing always say if your doctor you gotTa Love Helping People get better more than being a doctor you love writing articles more than you need you up being a writer. So for me, it was like, yeah, love the smile on people's face and the the value that you give people by creating these products more than being a collectible guy. So when I walk around the garden, I, did more things for ranger fans. Since the mid eighty s since the early nineties then it's it's unimaginable. Then make sense business. Wise. But I did it because I knew that as a fan they got have this right So I walk around the garden you know mass regarding seventeen thousand people like I always tell my kids I could definitely for mayor in this place because I love these dance that are nobody's more fanatic and I understand these fans I see these fans I, know what they want and hopefully delivered for them over the last thirty years. So I take a lot of pride in that and I get a lot of joy out of you know getting these unusual ideas and putting into play. So, how are the Rangers going to be this year if there is? It looks exciting I mean it's hard to tell what's going to happen with sports I thought hockey got a leg up by getting ready to go play this tournament. But now it seems like they've slipped a little bit behind. I think the Rangers have a good shock of a lot of young kids and they have real good goaltending. So I think they're going to be good I think this can be a great experience these next three weeks over the sports can exist in this environment. I think. I. Think. We all need to keep actually two occasions. reasonable. And it's extremely generous of these players seems in this kind of environment to figure out how long play we have to be extremely grateful and not critical that some players opt out a lot of danger. Inconveniences and I think these players know this is much more than the money about going out and playing as a country. How much we need Samantha Jamieson and a little bit of a break but we shouldn't get crazy things aren't perfect. Some things go a little astray. I think this is going to have a huge impact these next few weeks and how to do what and how not to do with. So we'll learn a last one. What's what's kind of about to happen the next few weeks? So in the fall when these other sports kick in college sports and things, they can learn what to do, what not to do, and if the time is even right. So I think that we should take a step back in a breath and be very grateful because this is not an easy to go put. The NBA into a bubble is very expensive and commitment with shows besides the money how important is how important sports are and how great these athletes are. For generosity standpoint. Common Would say, which is not do sports till January. Yeah that they want to give it a try and see how this is going to play out, and this kind of will set the tone for all because I think we're into this at least for another six months to have released bona fide solutions. The fact that they want WanNa come up with some solutions in the interim is extremely. Generous so we'll see I. Mean I think it's You know it's obviously with a lot of question marks. But whenever we get, we should just be sure we're going to get a little less than a little of that and hopefully some of these. Teams and leagues figure out how to give us a lot of it. Saw Hoping like the NBA being in a bubble maybe to go see and finish the season we see that all the way through his. You know baseball teams are practicing now right they're coming in I know there's a few pirates that had Kovin they're they're quarantining but. Didn't think that's going to happen and and they're giving themselves an opportunity to go out and and I think it goes back to what you talk about a little bit about the fans to you know because I think if you go do something and players are going to have their opportunity to say, okay, don't WanNa do this. I have a family of. My kids sick and all this stuff and and you have to respect that But also you have to you know we know that we play obviously for the money because Patrick Mahomes just got paid yesterday but. Also for the finance you know those people that feel that stadium up..
"steiner" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"FOR BE. Yeah and I think something that's interesting that you talked about. It's like you you almost knew who you were when you were young you know what? I mean. You know that Hey I'm GonNa Hustle I'm going to do these things. A lot of kids have no clue who they are even get out of college you know and I think you even though. I think even your mom knew that about you know just listen to this short story and just known you for the short time you knew so much more about who you were and what you were going to do. Then probably ninety percent of the kids that ever go through college. And it helps parents you don't realize parenting and the impact you can have on your kids you know the wine the complained that's how you don't WanNa hear they're listening. And My, mother was my mother would always be like. Call that crawl up Simaba call what's She say, no, it's not you the new. It's a fifty fifty proposition is still good odds and if she says, no, then so what was going to now I mean, you move on right? That's gotTa have all scenario and she would always tell me whole the mayor. Oh this business person of the president of the United States? Club president. Just, call you never know maybe you'll pick up you never know and my mother was a relentless businesswoman are all right. So is able to kind of elite lead and she was a great networker and also a relationship person and that's the main thing I learned. His kid was the importance of relationship building and playing the long game. And also, when people I think you know most people don't realize that a lot of the businesses that you're in they look at the work part of it, but they don't really look at the big picture of what you do. And the impact that has on people, which is all you really want is you want to go to work and you want to do a good job mother proud and know that some part of your job is helping people. Because that's why we're here. That's why as planet we're on this planet. To help each other. Not, just fill our pockets. So I always feel like with a collectible business like I started the sports auction business, right? Thing you think of the thousands and thousands of actions that happened to charity events because I came up with that idea thirty years ago right? My companies make good money doing charity auctions, which we do I try to minimize that. Actually I think about all the companies that are now doing that so many. Charities I've been able to help do that idea. Or the joy that I've been able to create by creating all these collectible products that parents and their kids can do together to enjoy athletes career I look into joy part of it, but a lot of people look as well. Did you make a lot of money? and. That's that's whether you were successful I look like kind of joy. Did you crave differences you make and I know that there's a lot of kids and a lot of people that got my products over the years. And they got a lot of joy out of it. There's nothing like getting something really cool from your favorite athlete putting your room. It's. Amazing. Is that well, yeah that I mean. I've been there and I've been on both sides of that myself personally. So when you came out of Syracuse, what was the first thing I? Mean you had a lot of ideas. I'm sure what was the first thing you really stepped foot into? One of the first thing that first thing had stepped my foot into ship. I couldn't get a job. I got shingles. And I was like out of my mind because here I am I worked full fulltime I wanted to go work for top hotel chain I was cooking into hotel management. My mother would not let me leave Syracuse the Gordon Cornell of the coronary school. told me. She disowned me to get my degree I, figure it out. So I went home and I was just writing letters and I was just trying to find a job as grinding and I was really upset because. I just couldn't get a job and when on. So many interviews are probably not doing it correctly, and my mom was pressing me to just take thirty day trip to Europe. That's kind of what you did back then a backpack through Europe and my not doing that. I wanted to get my career started in I got this job. In Baltimore, you know sometimes you know sometimes you get what you want, but it's not exactly the way you wanted. Me Going to Baltimore Brooklyn Guy was A. What am I going to do in? Baltimore. Small Town. And it wasn't easy. But what's crazy is the Hyatt hotel. It opened up eight months after I'd moved to Baltimore to work at this hospital in the dietary department. Now's my first big break work fi brand new hotel on the inner harbor, and that's where I got a lot of my management experienced. One of the things I knew as being a serial entrepreneur was I wasn't ready to go on my own. I seen a lot of kids that are. Crazy entrepreneurs and all they want to start their own business but they don't realize the back end the experience you need outside of the idea. So executing your idea is important the idea itself. Yeah. My mom was very on the about do not rush into starting your own business. Go learn how to do all these things on other people's money. Golden Higher fire go learn how to sell go learn how to do things in a more formal way we're in a repeal. and. That was a great experience at went to work for the highest. Then I got my big break going back to new. York working. So hard rock, which was the first opening. States, which is a huge huge thing and I stayed in the restaurant business ties about twenty, seven, twenty, eight. And then. I just decided that. That was going to be for me I. Don't WanNa work while the weekends at nights and I started a little small sports. Pr Agency called Steiner Associates. Who is your? So what would you do for Steiner Associates? What was what was your? My initial thing was you know the the fighters to broadcast it? I don't know if you remember this but you can get the fighting your house. You have to go to a movie theater or sports bar to watch. Fox. So I would sell those rights around when the fights would come up and I was doing a lot of consulting NPR for different restaurants opening up at the time I opened up one of the first sports bars in the country. Club downtown in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, and all of a sudden. A lot of sports bars started opening up Mickey mantles Lawrence Taylor was place called clauses down in Florida..
"steiner" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"I went on weightlifter Syracuse Eleven and I got there at like six in the morning. It was home for dinner. My Road trip but I totally has said you could figure out a way to get into the school I will leave. No stone unturned in will use everything that the school has to offer I will make the school. Proud one day this lady you could see her she got a little motion says some you're an interesting man I'm going to try. And what's interesting about that is that I asked my modest and mom, why do you think I get in Syracuse I mean why this direction said this nobody has the balls to apply the most expensive school that has as little money as we do. And you gotTa have balls which my second book. That's the blame favorite line you to have balls and it's it was a great lesson I learn, which is all out if not you then who and. A lot of people out there that will give you a chance if you work hard and ask for a chance and then make good on the chance that they gave you and I was destined to do that at school is rough. Especially, the accounting degree I mean I gotTa Tell Ya probably lost a bunch of my my To agree finite math is not fund. Youth break for me to get into our school like that and be around kids that came from money came from wealth came successful families are really showed me the other side which a lot of times for. A minority or poor kid or know that has gotten that kind of break. That's all you need to see the side and see what that is and how you can integrate into that very motivating. Right. So what was your Hustle in college? I know you had to have one well, I think the first most important thing was complete lock which I live with a football player I live with the fullback and I got to really see up close where it was like complain on that level and the pressures and taking advantage of what a division athlete one athlete goes I. I cooked I a cook. From the BAGELS. Big. Land up working baking bagels all through high school. But I was a Cook I've been trained in summer camp to learn how to be a chef. So I worked in many kitchens I sold fraternity sportswear and I a lot of promotional parties that did very well and made a lot of money doing that because to fully support myself I work full time in college and fully supported my housing my books. My meals and my travel and everything that was on me. I figured out a way to get the scholarships the pay school so I never stopped hustling but what I really got out of college was. And I always tell kids like what a beautiful opportunity high school college ought to try things and sale. Tried a lot of crazy ideas not all of them worked. That's why I always took. You WanNa get in the sports business, go to a minor league team or go to a small school if you fail there. Nobody. You're not GONNA get killed. If you do something stupid with the New York Yankees, you're probably never going to work in the business again, right? Right. Now it's okay to start small and but always think big. And I think for me it's college. So, many crazy ideas. My friends thought I was crazy but part of it comes from your back against the wall, which helps you always think about putting pressure on yourself with you have it or not I think we're bill to deal with pressure would deal with bill to be to have your back against the wall. So whenever you can I've learned from having my back against, was that produce my best work and my best ideas. So even though my back isn't against the wall after play that game within the game and I think you see sports a quarterback making believe. A. Lot of times during the two minute drill even though they're not, let's make believe that the scores tied. We have to score right now even though you're up twenty points. I'm just just the mental mindset of what you have and approaching it and I think the more consistently you act in your business with your back against the wall. The more consistent you are about working under pressure even pressure does hit you. It doesn't phase you..
"steiner" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Hey everyone we appreciate you joining us in the huddle I'm your host fifteen year NFL quarterback gus ride alongside my longtime friend and Co host. David. Hager. Where we talked guests about how sports shape their life. Be sure to check us out on our website cut off with gusts dot com where you can listen to more episodes just like this. Now let's join the huddle. Hey everyone joined us another episode of Huddle up with Gus I'm your host. Gus for rot. Out Fifteen year NFL quarterback and usually joined by my friend and longtime co Co host Dave Hager. Unfortunately not with us today So I'll be doing this episode alone which I'm kind of excited about this goes. Today's episode goes something that I love And I've done it with my father for a long time We did while he was still alive, but it's collecting. People collect different things, different memorabilia But now we have the guru the king of collecting on maybe can give us a little insight on what's hot today but joining us in the huddle was brandon. Steiner he's an author speaker media personality he has Steiner collectibles. Steiner. Sports Marketing he's he's done at all He started his business from the ground up and I can't wait to really dig into how he started. So Brandon, thank you for joining us on huddle up of GUS. Well. Thank you read to be here. You know I'M A. Technology immigrants. So I always struggling getting ups, but I'm still learning and get better at it. Every day. With Spanish. minute. Company. Collect books change. Amount, with Steiner anymore, it's hard APPs Steiner now that Steiner, it's a long story but collectible exchange was a company had been working on for a long time. Steiner was agreed thing that built but you know. I really feel like people need a place to exchange and sell their stuff. Yes. This gives people an opportunity. I'm sure you've got a lot of stuff in your basement and everybody does and this gives you an exchange people buy and sell on their own on this website on their own terms. And what's grade is that we authenticate, we verify we help people give values to what they have is they don't really know We make sure that the stuff on there is real. So it's a really exciting new project and with the virus going on I thought Oh my God what's going to happen I just started this company six months ago. But as I got home, my wife was like there's the garage the basement get this stuff out of here. So everybody start cleaning up we have over seventy thousand items on our website already in climbing and I realize many cool things as I've created. Incredible, collectors out there some of the coolest stuff and I think that's what people really want more one of ones or they want something directly from August for our they want something directly from American Rivera. So a big part of the site will be able to buy stuff directly from the players we call collect direct she'll be able to go to player websites and be able to buy stuff from the players directly as opposed to go into middlemen and everything else, and that's going to be very, very, very fun for the fans. For the fans and the players because a lot of times players don't really understand how. To Get their. Items out to their fans, right. You know you don't want. I get I get mail at home all the time, and you're like how these people get my How how my home address? But fans they're going to dig. They're gonNA find things and they're going to try to find the best way. To you know if they're fan of yours, they're going to try and get a collectible send you an autograph but I I love the idea of the exchange I, think that's wonderful. It's there for an it's unique and we're finding is that people have some of the most unique stuff? And there's really no place to go with it I. Mean I just think the so much better platform the Ebay frankly which is like, no. Way Crap on and I love Ebay but not for this category. We talked by game used collectibles. It's kind of a very interesting niche and stuff a bit of more interest in that category as far as its authentication verification and history behind it, and I'm hoping to get the stories behind these products because that's half the cool things about. Collecting the story behind it it's about all these things that the person got and how they obtained the why they obtained it that night they went to the first game with dad, you know that kind of stuff. So it's it's been really fun and for me sixty nine starting a new venture. Doing you have collectibles and doing a project, would you you would syracuse on if you ever played there but was selling the dull Own. Roof and we cutting up making all these different gifts will work with indie. The car racing I'm trying to get some different areas. So it's like a breath of fresh air for collectors. There's nothing wrong football baseball, basketball hockey I get that. But you know I'm getting into some stuff that's cricket and Japanese baseball on Russian hockey and just trying to do a lot of different types of products that it'd be more interesting and fun and new for people that they've never been able to get before. Well, you know you talked about finding out like how the story behind it. So we're going to find out a little bit about the story behind you and to tell us a little bit about when you were growing up I. Know that you have some amazing. Stories and but tell us really how you fell in love sports when you were kid. Why meet sports was my best friend you know is used Tuesday at once guy can count on between beside playing in the school yard Brooklyn or watching the Games when they were on not as often as they are. Now you know sports was a great crutch and I grew up in a very small apartment with my three two brothers, three of us. OVERCLOCK KOSHER BUTCHER Money was tight. You know. So I've been working some ten. So sports was a tremendous outlets me not to deal with the cockroach festive -partment the fact that maybe I didn't have the right clothes or food we get on the ball sealed. Even though sneakers matter but you know you get away with wearing what you wear kids want to play the you know what you know. So I think for me. The adversity of growing up with so little as it was a real. Opportunity and it was real boost. 'cause got me Kinda hungry. Literally and figuratively starving all the time then a lot of money for food. So I said I got to do something about this. Since I'm ten and obviously it wasn't a sports industry back then. So you're athletes we're idols. You hope that one day you went to a game you saw athlete through the fence maybe his car that kind of thing. But you know for me I just remember getting my first autograph and how big a deal that was and I was always a saver shaped ticket stubs. Programs used to keep score by the way at every game. That kind of thing. So I knew the impact that athletes can have besides the memorabilia aspect I think that with athletes like it or not they have a big impact on kids you don't have to be Lebron James have a big impact on a bunch of people let alone one person that's amazing and that's something. That everything should be grateful for you know if you can. That's why we here so I. Think Athletes I think are really learning that Moore now and doing more than when I first got into the business I'd say athletes actually a lot more about. The the different stake in a they understand the ability for them to reach out and make the difference and you see a lot more active athletes today versus twenty years ago they understand how to do it and they understand the impact Graham not sure if I was a kid. That that was really a clear path. So for me I remember being that kid outside the fence hoping maybe an athlete was gonna come over give me an autograph even just say low. I wanted to create a company I want to create opportunities for fans, and I remember the little Kimmy or even if that little kid in a forty year old. The impact is immense when you meet your favorite player and you find out about the story behind the story, and that's kind of my drive with collectibles and the meet and greets, and all the things that graded over the years is really just to keep the story going and keep the positive. positive moment I would say moments that matter. it's always a couple of sports moments. No. Yeah definitely. So did you play sports through high school? Try. Never, one of those athletes that got hurt and that's why I didn't become a pro..
Philadelphia - 4 People Charged In Shooting Death Of 13-Year-Old Boy In Chester
"Justice has been served according to officials in Delaware County four people have been charged in last month's shooting death of a thirteen year old Chester boy but K. Y. W. Sandra Kramer reports authorities aren't celebrating just yet Debbie the Delaware County district attorney Matt Krause says thirteen year old nineties farther Davis was targeted by the four suspects he says they chase the boy in a car just outside his home he attempted to escape he attempted to get away from these murders by hopping fences in the backyard unfortunately he was not successful three of the suspects are in their early twenties the other early thirties they're all charged with first degree murder but officials aren't high fiving each other right now is Chester's mayor puts it after all a little boy is dead Delaware County district attorney Jack Stoll Steiner had a lump in his throat as he talked about the most recent conversation he had with the keys to his dad told him I can't imagine I literally cannot imagine what he's going through one of the rest of his life is going to be like without
"Welcome to black widow watch like the deadly spider there named for many female criminals have used the promise of love to trap and kill their victims. These men believed they'd found the person. They would spend their lives with instead. They had wandered right into the web of a deadly Predator throughout this month. I'm taking a look at the world's most notorious black widows in these episodes. I'll uncover what made these women decide to murder the people they vowed to love and cherish. Will detail the specific methods they use to carry out these ends, and finally we'll explore what made their respective pray susceptible to the charms of a Predator in disguise today? We're discussing Elfriede. Diner dubbed Austria's black widow Blauensteiner is believed to have killed over ten people with poison, including husband to lovers and her next door neighbor, and it may have all been to feed her destructive gambling addiction. Moron Elfriede Blauensteiner after this now back to our black widow. At an early age Elfriede Blauensteiner was determined to never be poor, growing up in poverty during and after World War Two. Her sole mission in life was to become rich, no matter what. But it would be five decades before she committed her first murder, and in that time she became a nurse, was married and divorced and developed a love for the roulette tables in nineteen, eighty, one fifty year, old lounge diner committed her first murder. The victim was a janitor named Erwin neater Meyer, the murder of neater Meyer awakened a bloodthirsty nece in Blauensteiner in nineteen, eighty six. She satisfied this new urge when she murdered her seventy eight year old diabetic patient auto ronal it was with Rhino that she perfected her method of killing altering medication to make it appear as if a victim died of natural causes. The drug she landed on. Was You glue? Lucon used for blood sugar levels. Six years later in August nineteen, ninety-two Blown Steiner used you G- Lucon to slowly kill her second husband. The two year old Rudolph blauensteiner everything went to L. freed. It's believed that she used this inheritance to feed a gambling addiction. When the money from her third husband ran out, she turned her sights onto her neighbor. Eighty four year old Francisca curb rural curl died in late, nineteen ninety-two, but not until after she left blauensteiner her entire life savings. But curb. Money would only hold blauensteiner over for so long. Throughout the early Nineteen Ninety S, Blauensteiner took out personal ads in local papers, looking for victims to swindle and murder. Typically, she wrote that she was a homely housewife and nurse and a caring companion. In Nineteen ninety-four. She met and married sixty four year old Friedrich jerker once she convinced him to put his house in her name blown Steiner went to work. Jerker died in the middle of nineteen, ninety, five,
New Rainbow Six Content Coming Out
"They also announced the UBISOFT team announce that there's new rainbow six content coming so I got the press release that I have here. I'm not GonNa read this whole thing. But essentially it's the second season for twenty twenty of siege for year five. That's your five that we're in now. It's wild I think it's the game is just better. Operation Steel wave is what it's called an introduces two new operators ace and Maluzi new attacker and a defender from Norway and South Africa in addition to an entirely reworked house map and a slew of gameplay changes. We won't go too deep into the weeds here except to say that they're looking for from factions. That I'm not too familiar with yeah. They're they're unfamiliar for shore. Ace looks like it. Uses the attacker from looks like a rescue unit of some type and then Melissa the defender has very interesting character design with her braids but aside from that. They're they're not very familiar at all like they don't clearly belong to any of the factions that we've seen yet do you thank her. Braid design is a South African thing. It's not a felony design It I mean it looks like it's too thick it like it. Looks like hair on top of hair so I I would imagine that it was just something that they didn't enemy urged didn't dumb draft out natively like it's something put on top of an existing players show. Now that I see it up close it does look like a wig. Looks LIKE CORN? Row Wig omos. Yeah it's I mean. They tried how how someone is is literally amazing air every time. How do you feel about this choice? Are You mad about it or you? Like I'll take the representation. Oh Immune it's always a mixed bag with hair and in representation for black women specifically but I mean they. They gave it a go and other other than our hair. She looks cool It's a very interesting gadget. That she has so I give them pass on this one. I have a lot of love remo sick. So they'll get the forgiveness this time. What's her gadget? I haven't looked at this. Just pull up the video so that Steiner and I can take a look. Yeah some operator. Gameplay yes so for from Lucy the defender Gadget is a banshee. Sonic defense and it looks a lot like diggers what I would. I forget what it's called. Whatever the anti-grenade where you can put it on walls or surfaces and it emits a pulse. Sonically that will slow and disoriented people as they approach it and from what I can read here you actually have to disable it by hitting it or by hitting it with something very very close range so it seems pretty decent on slowing down and that in combination with the new proximity alarm which is a sticky grenade that you could probably put on ceiling. This could be a real problem for for really aggressive attackers. I like that. They're putting in some of these defenses for aggressive attackers. Because I think that it kind of changes up the dynamic even though I think we all agree that being the defending team always feels inherently easier than mainly attacking team. Which is why we got the really aggressive defender in the last round. The guy whose name I can't remember. But he can like jump up level or ix or x Ten. But if you guys aren't playing rainbow six or you've never played Rambo six. Now's a great time to jump in. There's so much happening in the game. The Operation Steel. When does that do have a date? There did I just put the Dayton when it goes live Live delays date. I see all the notes here on the video. They announced this week in the description box. I could also pull up the press release again. Sorry everybody listening hoops. Nope it's not in the description back dealer so little halloween or no. Y'All know say not seen either. Maybe there's no maybe in the future this will be in the game happening soon happening after this show airs. We're not we're not giving area take we're just gonNA keep you guessing. Yes yes we will be no but this really really
"steiner" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Phantom Reggie puppet appear if he's like larger than life he like rises out of a lake like he's Jesus? Well they have a scuba equipment. But how does he rise out? I didn't understand that Harvard. And Keep Him Upright. How does he suddenly appeared? It's harder. How annual water. I don't know exactly. There's no and how does she suddenly appear in the suit in front of the car when she was also like on the bus to go back from the away game no I think she was even lying number she was like? I'm GONNA drive myself or I'M GONNA DRIVE MYSELF. But then my car got flat so she said she was going on the bus but she didn't like how did she point herself. Not One sober off in the fog of all things fog which like the explanations didn't make any sense this. This book just didn't make any sense. Yeah Sorry Barbara Sorry. Barbs started APPs white air leader. Yeah that's the one yum we did. We read no no no no. No no the cheerleader by Barbara Steiner. I thought we read something or purse. No she doesn't have all the now. Okay maybe spring break by Barbara Steiner. That's what we read Because I remember that cover it. We like this. I remember it being a fun one. 'cause like keeping his sister skeleton in the attic. Oh yeah that's tight. Let's say they go to a beach vacation without parents. I do not I thought winger and we just haven't read it yet and that's why I'm so familiar with that cover. There is no cheerleader. Barbara Steiner. There isn't that I looked it up. I just looked up. Cheerleader Barbara Steiner. I didn't find anything but I could be wrong. Maybe it's a very not well known book appropriate but Skip this one. I don't think it needs to be to be read. This is very simple I do feel bad. I do feel bad there. Were tile I see what happened. I looked up. Point Horror Barbara Steiner. And it just brought up point horror book series and showed the cheerleader cover because cheerleader is sliding carrying. Kuni right. That's about the. Yeah the go compare over Empire Right Yeah well that's that's not is the book that is indeed the book. Yeah well thank you so much everybody for listening we really appreciate it Stay safe stay inside especially this week. remain indoors. Remain Endorse La Times recommended. Like if if you're gonNA have a week where you don't buy groceries. Make this that week. Yeah truly. You don't need to go to the grocery store all the time you don't you don't you. Don't you all are being weird about that? Like people keep going much. I'm like why just like you should of just bought more things when you went. Why do you need my mom? She's like language to go to senior. Our at Sam's Club for some croissants. Unlike you don't need that recur and she seems like it's only one thing and I'm like no it's going growing. You've got an email from Ralph's stating that. They put fiberglass around all the cashiers. Oh my God. How crazy Crazy time is he now more than ever certain times. We may not be thinking of Burger King. But Burger King's thinking about you better calls all every single commercial calls out that we are bucking pandemic. And I'm tired of it. I don't need to be reminded. Commercial all right. Well my gardener's here being loud as how. It's time for us to wrap. Let's do a quick thank you to. Oh my God..
"steiner" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"Her an old bitch so he was like y'all bitch and I was like yes. It was very funny. But let's talk about this thing. Okay so this cannot today. A today is April seventh Tuesday. So we'll have come out last week but we do need to speak about it. You have not looked on twitter yet. Cracked this video is exploding. All over twitter mostly because there are so many questions. I need you to watch this video and we need to talk about what could be occurring here okay. Should I turn the salad very intense? The sound is very intense. I saw Should I narrate my experience? Yes we'll do that. Okay so I have clicked on it and we interesting right water rushing out alarm. Achaia soaking wet Paul. He fell off that. Suv Small Girl is screaming. People Are Screaming Everyone Screaming Ray. Water still coming down. How is this possible? They are wearing masks. So this is current. This is right now. This current people screaming pointing at the soaking White Guy. Water continues to gush out. Why are people screaming? Children are crying housekeeping. Staff is like what is this shit is going on. I don't know there's no answers. I kind of watching. I'm watching it again. I'm watching your Guy Escape and the other guy tried Retired started crying. After what the Hell? Why is this little blonde girl with the braid using her shit? When that guy fell off the car she was screaming like she like. He had murdered her cat. Yes and also nobody is helping like nobody's bringing the blonde girl out of the situation. He's rouch down elsewhere. Yeah he's like hide wise Bush bond girls trying to make it about her and I'm not having it right she's GonNa go creaming water. Yeah so view for those of you who are not familiar. There's like a hotel motel. Water is just pour out gushing possibly from two rooms. A man appears soaking wet in all black in all black shoes on completing a waterfall. Coming out of this. It's like he tried to. What what's that fish though? What's the fishermen chief of water? He's trying to like shape of water. His room comes out and he is so slippery he like jumps over down the windshield breaks the windshield and bright and dense. The Hood of the car falls on the ground rules for below frame screaming at him at him screaming screaming her room. What's going on? Why is this girl so upset? Then a housekeeping staff come. She peeks her head and she's like they're like then at this point like kind of crouch hiding behind some like birds of Paradise Yes east crouching by next to them not like. He's not being hidden no so crazy. But nobody's talking to him either. You know everyone's just like literally everyone that's making sound is.
If we can mobilise around a pandemic, what next? Meet two revolutionaries already flouting the rules
"This ovid nineteen pandemic horrifying as it ease. Ease making us old. Think deeply about what comes afterwards about what out. Society will o'clock about what sort of society we? What's been really incredible? He's seeing how quickly the world can mobilize when it really needs to not quickly enough. Shore and the economic consequences are already devastating about four a behemoth of Planet. We have found a common purpose. Eradicating the pandemic. It's Natasha Mitchell joining you for science fiction and given all that. What could we mobilize around next if there was similar will mitigating climate change? What about the mountains of waste we generate as a species we flush freshwater Dan at Danny's landfill is piling up Arandas? Chana doesn't want out rubbish for recycling anymore and we throw out perfectly. Edible food by the ton make sense. No not really so I want you to meet to revolutionaries who have been well breaking rules to change. The world to me is a reflection of in particular in urban our society. That's not working. The fact that we twelve thousand years ago there was four million people on the planet and you sort of think so we take Melbourne and we better data across the planet and they probably created waste but it was Beautifully by the planet putting on being people on the planet and the same model. We exactly the same model now. It's clearly not an appropriate model anymore. We have a million tons of waste water a day in Melbourne. And what we do is we clean it up enough or we put it in a hole. We'll put it in the air or put it in the sea and we say our hope. The planet just fixes that problem and at some point probably when we hit a bad abi and people the planet's wasn't able to fix that problem anymore and so the model of waste that says that we can just put it out there and the planet will assimilated hall or in the Sea. He's finished so for me. Waste Rip presents a problem that we have to solve. That goes back a very long way. So it's hard to solve. I want you to make precipitated scales a chemical engineer and director of the particulate fluids processing center at University of Melbourne. He's a problem solver an inventor a makeup from water reuse and recycling to enormous batteries powered by your piece. Joost Becker is an environmental activist. Experimental End Artists to in two thousand twelve opened. The world's first zero waste RISTORANTE SILO BY JOOST. And they join me. As part of an event at the science gallery. Millwood's last pop-up exhibition called disposable. I want to talk about what happens when you try to challenge systems as they are to cleverly rethink how we use wise because what. We've got here people who do that and joost. You decided early on that you were going to respond to the the whole West Challenge and goes zero waste and not only that trying to open up a restaurant that was wholly zero waste. So what did that look like what most people do is? They see the waste product and then try and work out what to do with the waste product. I go back and look at the system if the system is generating something that is now used in the system needs to change. And so. That's what I did basically just change the system so the milk I spoke to a dairy fabric supply me and stainless steel cake so we developed like tap system we ground our own flow because we we have our own flower roll around oats. We spoke to winemakers about putting wine in kegs. One on tap might our own data everything that kind of generated waste but an even does myself. Yeah but this is much that has has come from that. I mean that was a forty two square meter cafe and it has caused ripples across the world is stuff going on in New York and in London in China and in South America. That has happened because of that cafe. Today I was sent an image of a Steiner Steel Keg and the farmer has worked for four years with the health department to try and get his keg approved now. Just my little cafe was like you know quarter of a million milk bottles or some crazy amount of milk bottles that we didn't need to buy that. My dairy farmer didn't need to buy that went didn't didn't need to purchase them and then I didn't pay someone to come and collect them and that plastic really copy restocked because he's got a fat coating from this animal fat on it. Which makes it really difficult to recycle it. So you know there's so many things and then in two thousand twelve the year on Harvesting was that was completely illegal but like my main sponsor was the city of Melbourne and had the city of Melbourne. Lago all over it and I thought if I'm going to get a crack at this I'm going to do it now. Okay so you're on harvesting in a commercial restaurant space. What were you doing because you're pushing the boundaries in all sorts of directions in this cap so people will come in and inspect building and go on my God. We had no chemical us. We had so much stuff this allies of things going on that for for people that were you know from the council checking to see you know. I had no plastic chopping boards and I had electrolytes water so water that came from was invented for surgery to clean hands and clean surgical tools in Japan. Twenty five years ago. It's basically water with salt and electric current goes through it and kills bacteria instantly us. Four billion gloves every single day that get thrown away which ended up in landfill which copy recycled and now here nets. No nothing so no bins no rubbish. We had like a little jam jar that showed there may capstone came on the kegs so I had to work to say. I don't want plastic cats on paper caps so they can go into our invisible composter so you can imagine how if you don't have been you've gotta work it out because you end up being left with stuff you know. We ended up having this board. That big of rubber bands because everything on the veggies and stuff in rubber bands but work with we were just talking about a with. Kerama on unlike a twin ball toilet so that Iran could be separated and stuff toilet applies to boys. Talk about in the toilets. Okay so so the so. This is the Iran harvesting story in this cafe. What did you do? And how did you challenge the health authorities big time? This was instilled in me by my dad. Probably account remember how it was maybe three or four years old so we were living in Holland and I used to go with my dad so he's veggie patch and be little like delft. Were little bottles. It'll all these little things coins I'd find one that had all this stuff come here in the solar we miles away from any any city or and he said we'll hundreds of years ago. Farmers would go to cities and shovel the human manure of the trenches to re fertilized their soil. Because you can't just keep pulling from soil so became caught assist with that idea and knowing that you know I don't know what it is some safe. Three percents is seven percent of the world's gases used to create a fertilizer a synthetic fertilizers. And I must say that. That fertilizer isn't even a good fertilizer because it doesn't actually narcisse soil properly. What we're doing is with mining soil. And we're not putting back what we've taken out so for me. It's like logical that we can't solve this problem unless we start looking at putting the nutrients that we've taken out back in. So what did you do with Iran in the restaurant so we use it on grain crops so use it to fertilize mustard crops in thousand and use it as a herbicide that we did all sorts of trials different levels to say what kind of facility was brought back to soil? We ended up with three and a half thousand Litas from a five-week pop-up.
Record number of Steam users online during coronavirus outbreak
"Lot of the gaming news is centered around that. Unfortunately because it's really just the only thing a lot of us can think about these days but what it does mean is that a lot of people are playing video games. According to Game Industry Dot Biz a record number of steam uses online are playing during the current outbreak. Steiner would you like to read this one? I'm sure why not so. Yes as interested after less than a week's team has once again broken. It's concurrent user record reaching twenty two point six million according to steam. Db quote seemed just achieved a new peak. Concurrent use a record of twenty two million one day after reaching twenty one million and six days after reaching twenty million said Nico Partners analyst Daniel on twitter global lockdowns and self isolation due to cove in one thousand nine has led has led to at home giving becoming a save form of entertainment to pass the time
Americans find oil in Saudi Arabia - Mar. 3, 1938
"Today is March. Third Twenty twenty. The Day was March third. Nineteen thirty eight. A group of oil prospectors working for an American company discovered a commercially viable source of Petroleum Mayor Demaim in Saudi Arabia since then Saudi Arabia has consistently been one of the world's top oil producers. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was established in one thousand nine hundred eighty two when even so combined four regions into one st through conquest even so called for searches for oil a resource that had demand and would be big source of income for a country that needed a boost in its economy in nineteen thirty three. Saudi Arabia signed a contract with the Standard Oil Company of California. Also known as so cow. So cal was granted the right to prospect for oil in Saudi Arabia's eastern provinces side note. So cal is now. Chevron in September of that year American geologist arrived in Saudi Arabia to begin surveys of the land by car airplane. A couple of months later the California Arabian Standard. Oil Company was formed. Cassocks name was later changed to Arabian American Oil Company or Aramco. Geologists began surveying an area around ideological formation near the city of Demaim on the east coast of the country drilling. The first began in April of nineteen thirty. Five in terms of the second whale started in February of Nineteen thirty six soon. More wells were authorized in the area. Those wells did produce some oil but most of them eventually produced more water than oil. Demaim Oilwell number seven at first seemed like it would also be fruitless. The well reached more than three thousand feet beneath the earth. And no water or oil had been found but chief geologist Max. Steiner key thought that they would find oil in the will and he told the company to keep drilling they did and on March third nineteen thirty eight. They struck a significant amount of oil within three weeks. The well had produced over one hundred thousand barrels of oil. In the beginning the oil was sent to. Bahrain barred for export but in nineteen thirty nine. The first tanker load of oil was shipped overseas now. That castle had found oil. It continued mapping and exploring Saudi Arabia looking for more by nineteen forty nine Kazakh. Now Aramco had reached a production of five hundred thousand barrels per day by nineteen fifty. The Trans Arabian pipeline. Had Begun Operations Aramco already paid Saudi Arabia a fee and other benefits but that year. Aramco began to split its profits but the Saudi government nineteen seventy-three the Saudi government purchased twenty five percent of Aramco by the next year it increased. Its stake to sixty percent and in one thousand nine hundred eighty all of course oil rights production apparatus and facilities came under government control by this time demaim oilwell number seven alone have produced more than twenty seven million barrels. Eight years later the company became Saudi Aramco over the next few decades. The company continued to expand its operations and production fuelling Saudi Arabia's economy of course oil production in Saudi Arabia has been an issue closely tied to economics politics and the environment today. Saudi Arabia is the world's second largest crude oil
Democrats head to Alabama to commemorate civil rights march
"South Carolina's primary has shifted the race for the democratic nomination Joe Biden is closing in on front runner Bernie Sanders delegate total and Tom Steiner has dropped out the seven remaining candidates are focused on super Tuesday when fourteen states way N. including Alabama as NPR's Scott Detrow reports most presidential candidates will be in Selma Alabama today to commemorate the famous civil rights March that happened there Vermont senator Bernie Sanders will not be among them despite the fact that he regularly cites Dr Martin Luther king junior on the campaign trail instead Sanders will be campaigning in California with events in San Jose and Los Angeles California is a key state in Sanders super Tuesday strategy he spent a lot of time there and a lot of money advertising there this morning the Sanders campaign announced it had raised forty six million dollars in February that will give them the resources to keep airing advertising in organizing in a lot of states as the race becomes national over the next few weeks former vice president Joe Biden another candidates are having to scramble to catch up on the fundraising
Sanders takes aim at Trump following South Carolina primary
"The South Carolina primary ends with one candidate rising from the ashes another falling by the wayside Joe Biden won South Carolina going away saying his campaign isn't dead yet Bill Clinton Barack Obama to the presidency Bernie Sanders was a distant second congratulating Biden but taking aim at the president Donald Trump will not undermine American democracy money did not help Tom Steiner his journey ended before super Tuesday and honestly I can't see a path where I can win the presidency that sets the stage for the rush for delegates in just two days that could launch or leave behind others in this twenty twenty
Election 2020 highlights: Democrats jockey for support ahead of S.C. primary
"Much all right we're gonna bring in our political analyst Mr Gerry Dietrich joining us on a Wednesday morning well Sir here we go I mean Vegas was fun and then South Carolina was just as fun what's your headline from last night well I'm certainly one of the headline has to be that Bloomberg look likely to actually engage in the debate thank you course last week with disastrous for him unless it was like a clear themselves fine he took a lot of flak again yesterday but that was probably the biggest most dramatic change down from last week to this week so Gary I promised our listeners before we went to the commercial break that the one question I would ask you is this Joe Biden promised last night that he would win South Carolina you think you can keep that promise what is the polls definitely show him continuing to be in the lead stand however that leaders shrunk considerably certainly the standard momentum is gonna have something to do with that I don't think there's any guaranteed fighting Biden knows very well himself if he doesn't win South Carolina it makes things very difficult for him going into super Tuesday Gail had absolutely no mom that you're having not won a single contract yet so the conventional thinking this morning is Elizabeth Warren did pretty well once again another debate but you know she has one of those campaigns here that's running on fumes financially Amy Klobuchar's sort of in the same situation do we see it do any of these people drop out after so after Saturday yeah I don't think they drop out after Saturday next Tuesday yeah I'm super Tuesday of course were the biggest prize in that here in California that really is going to be the waters for stocks now in many states that are honest people get fifteen percent of the vote delegates now goes to one of the others so that's really going to be the big cast here super Tuesday where a third of the democratic guy delegates he's domination are going to be doled out all right let's look forward to Tuesday because it affects so many of us in California what what are you hearing here in California who's doing well is are there any odds on favorites from the from your sources what you have to say that Sanders is in a strong position this race continues to be here hello but here's a guy a course you ran in the state and ran strongly for years ago against Hillary Clinton and it's pretty tremendous amount of resources on the ground the most interesting to watch next including here in California is going to be of course mayor Bloomberg because him he hasn't been on a single ballot yet you know little to debate and nobody can look for that changes on Tuesday and that's really going to be I think what everybody's gonna be scrutinizing is did these hundreds of millions of dollars by the delegates at Bloomberg helps a well one last quick question how did Tom Steiner duty in your estimation last night he did fine and you know what he's currently in third position South Carolina that's very strong but a lot of it of resources in that state and so you know he's a god causes on money to stay in the U. britaniji and well beyond okay good thanks a lot appreciate the time on a Wednesday morning it's our political analyst Gary Dietrich weighing in on what happened and South Carolina pretty consistent with what we're reading this morning was what he's saying the report card seems to be a pretty universal overall it was Sanders ahead sliders that was the right man of the hour right into the evening it was his game to lose and even lose it it's gonna be interesting to see what happens super
"steiner" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Mr Steiner this is I think she was talking about my plan not yours I think we were talking about maths and it doesn't take two hours talk about what we let's talk about okay so here's the thing thing is what will happen senator Sanders it is my turn this was a point when a great don't you love listening to five people talking over each other for people I I mean it's like your tripping on acid listening to I don't know I can't think of some complicated music that like your whole brain for gonna blow up or something I don't yeah I mean it's like it's easy we can't comprehend it's just it's thank insanity somebody tell me a long time ago in radio that you know a coach of some sort that you don't everyone have they can't stand when people talking over each other and there's your proof him it's hard even listen that's painful and what else we here's here's more of the same talking over bickering listen to this I have worked tirelessly on this and you know I'm right you wrote the crime bill we hundreds of thousands of young black and Latino okay let let let me say something.
Showdown: Democratic debate to be held in Charleston, South Carolina tonight
"Democratic presidential candidates will Duke it out in Charleston tonight for the tenth debate ahead of Saturday's South Carolina primary or international universities Frank Moore I expect the candidates to put front runner Bernie Sanders in the hot seat on this policies like clearing student debt Medicare for all all these expenditures that he wants to make but he can never explain exactly where the money's going to come from I suspect that that's the one thing that they're really going to focus on Mike Bloomberg will participate tonight but his candidacy won't be tested at the polls until super Tuesday March third I'm Steiner who is not on the stage in Las Vegas did qualify for this debate bringing to seven the number of candidates going at it
Billionaire Tom Steyer qualifies for next debate as Biden blames him for South Carolina slide
"Democratic presidential hopefuls now in South Carolina for pairing for yet another debate billionaire Tom Steiner will return to the stage for this debate aftermath missing last week's debate in Las Vegas meanwhile South Carolina congressman Jim Clyburn is reportedly going to endorse Joe Biden for president ahead of the South Carolina
Biden leads in South Carolina with Sanders, Steyer on his heels
"The democratic presidential contenders now shift their focus to South Carolina and the delegate rich super Tuesday states after Bernie Sanders tops the field in Nevada with the win in the vada Bernie Sanders has momentum on his side heading into the South Carolina primary on Saturday the new CBS news poll shows Joe Biden still on top with only a single digit lead over Sanders and Tom Steiner CBS news director of elections and surveys Anthony Salvanto while he's still on top with African American voters will make up most of the Democrats in this primary that leaves so much smaller now and he's got to share a lot of that support now with Bernie Sanders and with Tom sire South Carolina democratic representative James Clyburn South Carolina has the demographic yeah let's just serve well to democratic voters especially so I think that if you can win South Carolina decisively I think you will set the stage for super Tuesday super Tuesday is March third when more than thirteen hundred delegates are up for grabs when he left
Sanders wins Nevada caucuses, takes national Democratic lead
"Bernie Sanders scored a commanding victory in Nevada's presidential caucuses Saturday clothing SO three networks in the end he we have not won the battle Bernie Sanders at a rally in San Antonio Saturday night as a result from the Madison minted his status as front runner for the democratic presidential nomination Joe Biden finished second followed by people to judge Elizabeth Warren with Amy Klobuchar and Tom Steiner in a close race for fifth two four we rush to nominate senator Sanders digits congratulated strangers before going on the attack senator Sanders believes in an inflexible ideological revolution that leaves out most Democrats not to mention most Americans just south Carolina primaries next up next Saturday then three days later it's super Tuesday Texas
Sanders wins Nevada caucuses, takes national Democratic lead
"Bernie Sanders scored a commanding victory in Nevada's presidential caucuses Saturday clothing SO three networks in the end he we have not won the battle Bernie Sanders at a rally in San Antonio Saturday night as a result from the Madison minted his status as front runner for the democratic presidential nomination Joe Biden finished second followed by people to judge Elizabeth Warren with Amy Klobuchar and Tom Steiner in a close race for fifth two four we rush to nominate senator Sanders digits congratulated strangers before going on the attack senator Sanders believes in an inflexible ideological revolution that leaves out most Democrats not to mention most Americans just south Carolina primaries next up next Saturday then three days later it's super Tuesday Texas is among the states holding primaries that don't tell anybody I don't want to get him nervous we are going to win the democratic primary hi Ben Thomas
"steiner" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcast iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts we're back and we're talking thing about the cigarette factory that started a school now as you might guess school founded by the CEO of a cigarette factory did not pretend to great things for the future of Human Health Dr Edzard Ernst is determine that between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand ten ten outbreaks measles in the UK The Netherlands Austria and Germany have centered around Waldorf schools rules all of which had immunization rates lower than ten percent. There are more than eight hundred Waldorf schools in the world today. Many of these are well regarded institutions and a huge number of famous people have graduated from them a lot of folks who work at the schools are I'm sure find people in educators but there are also some really fucking dark stories from these blazes sharing Lombard apparent whose daughter was enrolled in a Waldorf school had this experience when her kid got sick quote the anthroposophic doctor made a diagnosis. My child had lost the will to live. He announced one of the potential chill cares we were to give our daughter red yellow and orange crayons to color with I looked at my husband in disbelief when the doctor instructed us to make the sign of a flame out of orem cream over my child's heart bedtime I was dumbfounded. He told us to apply the gold cream from below the heart upwards towards the sky so that's well that's medicine. How did this all right? But why did this woman not have any idea that the school was weird well. That's been a Waldorf school if you're alrighty a crackpot but it's got a great it's got a great reputation for like the arts and stuff and they do like a lot of really famous actors and musicians and stuff went to Waldorf schools. They seem to be good at encouraging creativity and they're willing to they want the networking for their kids and they're willing to kill them in the if if they. I don't think they really look into it that hard all right. They don't know what anthroposophic medicine is really but they know that the doctor there is an actual degree. Yeah makes sense if you will get the colts. They've they ellum home. What one thing about it? They just don't tell the other thing about it exactly in this parents they love the Waldorf School. It's so great it's all about creativity and also they won't give you anti medicine but we're not going to get if your daughter sick. They'll give her crayons yeah. I mean that's that's that's the way that stuff works. It's true now. This woman's daughter was eventually intially hospitalized and she did recover under the care of normal doctors and if the impact of Waldorf schools was a few sick and presumably a couple of dead kids. I might not happy writing this episode but the rabbit hole of weird here goes a lot deeper and this is where things get racist as roundabout yeah Y- yeah there's a lot it was really hard to figure out the like how to pattern this out time wise because there's just so much to get to so that we're going to be jumping around a little bit more more than usual in this episode mocked up in that I was already mad at a Rudolph the red nosed reindeer for for for Oh. He's the only get sick nick and now I forgot all about the racism yep so I felt a fascinating right up by a former Waldorf student also on Quack Watch this student points out that the vast majority George Steiner spiritual beliefs and the ideas behind anthroposophy itself. We're actually hidden from the students at the school. They don't talk about these beliefs like to the kids quote. The Waldorf I attended was lovely. Caring teachers and pleasant carefully selected classmates for the most part I enjoyed my years there war for small twenty or so students at each grade level. The ambiance was close in comfortable Steiner would have wanted Waldorf was a religious school but with the twist it hit its faith the school presented itself as a progressive ultra-modern learning institution and in some ways it was but the secular kind of framing of this was a disguise quote. We students memorize no passages suggest from holy books we sang from no hymnals yet a strange aura hung about the school. There was a pervasive but unspecified spiritual listrik vibe in almost every lesson in almost every activity it was hard for most patients to detect but we students felt it to one degree or another it was in the air we breathed it defined the tenor and subtext of our days ultimately shaped shaped and colored our education as effectively as if priests were delivering sermons to us so you don't state this stuff out right but you kind of try to teach these kids some of the spiritual ritual lessons of your beliefs like covertly without sort of directly proselytizing you're talking about the actual Shit Steiner believed later later on in the right up. This student gives a deeply settling example of what precisely lurked beneath the surface in twelfth grade. This happened to him in a biology class taught by the school headmaster under a guy named Gardner quote. He explained that the various races stood at different levels of moral development each was forging its own destiny. He said these things sympathetically mm pathetically with no hint of condescension yet. The vibe was in the room that morning the terms he used were more metaphysical than biological the oriental races he said are ancient wise but vitiated the African races are youthful unformed childlike standing near the center of humanity is family are currently the most advanced raises the whites who said where's this. Is there any references to where the school is or. I think this one yeah this one is in the United States. I believe it's on the east coast. This is during the nineteen seventies. I think nick when this happened well yeah. The author of this article also recalled it unsettling botany class with a teacher named Hertha Carl who also taught German and earth Earth Science. Whatever that is quote we find her on facebook? I think she's dead now. She would have been a mature adult says yeah of all the Waldorf Faculty she made the least effort to disguise her devotion to steiner she drew figures of eight on the blackboard and lectured us about limits gates the mystic interaction of the lyric in a feerick forces which is the basic structure of nature. She said during one days main lesson she veered off topic to warn us to never received blood transfusions from members of other races Blackson axon orientals have blood types that are physically different from ours she taught us and receiving such inferior blood would diminish our area and qualities yeah nothing. Nothing coated about that yeah yeah nothing. Nothing coated there so Rudolf Steiner did not live particularly fascinating life he mostly wrote and lectured and taught people crazy shit throughout the early nineteen twenties he did thousands of lectures three hundred and thirty alone from January to September of nineteen twenty four he died in March arch of nineteen twenty five and his followers suggests that he basically exhausted himself with his workload hell those his has eighteen sixties he would have been like in his fifties or sixties now he did not have what I would call a particularly compelling life by the standards of other leaders like L. Ron Hubbard like when it comes to the details we know about his existence. It's not super wackier fun to listen to. There's no creating forcing a bunch of kids onto boats and like searching for treasure in the ocean for thirteen years but Rudolf Steiner is something of an iceberg what you can see above the waterline looks more or less respectable or at least nothing no darker or Sillier than and like you know your friend with a Tarot Deck but below that is where things get fucked up very quickly and where we run under the weird race science stuff like Madam Lavar Steiner believed that native eight of Americans were in his words dying out of their own nature. He believed they were one of several lower races of humans most aboriginal and non white races fell into this category in Steiner's mind they were closer to animals than higher races of humanity. anthroposophy teaches that many of these races are descended from degenerate remnants of the La- Mirian root race and are thus devolving until literal apes Steiner called for example Australian aboriginal people quote stunted men whose descendants still inhabit certain parts of the Earth today as so-called savage tribes now believe that I don't understand I mean I can't believe people I mean. It's just like there's just you can just make I mean this is all made up just made up. I mean these make it up I- unbelievable you just fucking to start spouting going off about and you wear spectacles or whatever and have a fucking Ascott on and that's about it. It's all theater. It's like theater racism combined. I mean I mean it's only theater in racism. If you don't believe he really read from the Ghost Encyclopedia in space right yet who believes that who are these alcott God I would like to go S- librarians for one. I guess they gotta work now. Steiner believed that Japanese Mongolian Golian in in you at people were descendants of Atlantis and he had a broadly positive attitude well a more positive attitude towards them than native Americans or obviously asleep black people the best race of course was the Aryan race. I'm going to quote from Rudolf Steiner. Now we're within the great root race of humanity that has people the Earth since the land on which we now live rose up out of the inundation of the ocean ever since the Atlanta and race began slowly to disappear at the great area race has been the dominant one on earth. If we contemplate ourselves we here in Europe are thus the fifth sub race of the Great Aryan root race. I wonder how he felt about frogs because frogs are from the Water Yep the wise men or something he might have agreed with Alex Jones on the subject of frogs in their sexuality. It's hard to say frogs are some like remnant race. That's on the way out outlined the bad stuff when they were ghosts yet. Frogs were terrible as goes. That's why they gotta live in swamps. Now Rudolph believe that every race or Volk head its own special aura that best fit in its own specific homeland he believed in something called Vokes Geist a natural spirit embodied by a theory being that spiritually led that group group of people now. If you've studied your Nazi ism that's essentially Nazism missing one or two more time yeah yeah vokes geist is national spirit the spirit of a nation of a specific homeland of a racial people. That's vokes guys like the vokes guys is a national spirit spirit that embodies like the spirituality of a group of people like an ethereal being who is like the soul of the German people for example right right okay yeah yeah so the Nazis didn't believe obviously Hitler was not an authentic being. He was a real person but the Nazis did very much believe that he was the embodied lead national spirit of area -ness of Germany so again that Steiner isn't was not literally Nazi he died in nineteen twenty five and was probably only broadly aware of Hitler and his party but Hitler's own like the actual beliefs that the Nazis inculcated once they came to power we're basically the same thing Rudolf Steiner's teaching with instead of it being in a theorist being it's literally Hitler but it's the same idea as this birth what happened what led into Nazism. It's like if you WanNa if you WANNA be a like a dictator you look these search around for justifications ends and there was the soup of convenient bullshit for them to pick from in in the that was that was happening around that time so yeah it was like convenient vincent like without this guy was a dumb ass but this this other person just Hitler may have even thought this guy was dumb ass but he used him as a You know what I mean. I mean it's just this all becomes useful like these philosophies become useful to someone who puts them all together and says here's why I need need to do this bad shit yeah and it's you know Steiner's not the only guy saying stuff like this and lead up to the FIA so fickle society saying similar like he's part of like a constellation of thinkers who prepares the intellectual soil in Germany for the kind of beliefs that the Nazis introduce like like he helps ready the soil although again I wanna make it very clear he was not a Nazi himself was not a follower of Hitler's back to racism. I'm going to quote again from that starred Meyer Fire Right Up. That's the professor from Marquette University. Who's done a lot of the research on Rudolf Steiner quote standard propagated a host of racist myths about Negroes? He taught at black people are sensual. Who'll instinct driven primitive creatures ruled by their brain stem? He denounced the immigration of blacks to Europe as terrible and brutal and decried its effects on blood and race. He warned that white women shouldn't read Negro novels during pregnancy otherwise they'd have Mulatto children in nineteen twenty two. He declared the Negro race does not belong in Europe and the fact that this race is now playing such a large role in Europe is of course nothing but a nuisance but the worst insult from an anthroposophic point of view is Steiner's dictum that people of color can't develop spiritually richly on their own. They must either be educated by whites or reincarnated in white skin Europeans in contrast are the most highly-developed humans indeed S. Steiner said Europe has always been the origin of all human development which I think some people I know in the Middle East to be a little bit pissed to hear that but it's a argument for another other day for Steiner and for anthroposophy there.
"steiner" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Michael Steiner he had to walk away from right sure pick up spot he because the passenger drop off lanes in front of terminals five and six are closed yeah I wasn't able to get it and right down on the second souther less people that actually came down there and that didn't seem to work and so I'm headed further see if there's if it's easier to get to the trip the new restriction affects the upper level which is for departure so cars will be able to pull up to the curb that Keiko nights Jeff no win the LAPD working to solve a double shooting that left evidence of gunfire littering the streets the shooting took place their eighty eighth street north for them and just before noon lieutenant Jamie Bennett was southeast division said officers arrived to find a pair of been bleeding on the street one is a juvenile in the other one is an adult they were both transported to area hospitals one of the victims is in serious condition investigators believe this began as a drive by shooting but the one of the suspects got out of the car chase down the second victim firing at him at different locations is still trying to get an accurate description of the car and the shooter the whole gang detectives are currently handling the case of one of the victims dies so if you're a homicide we told you to take over the probe in southeast LA Pete them a tree okay and extend seventy newsradio an investigation reveals why for teachers from summer when elementary school in Palmdale were holding a noose and smiling in the photo the thirty six page investigation concludes it was not racially motivated by and ignore it end of the year joke that lacked judgment the report says the for teachers found the news as they were cleaning out a storage room they joke they were at the end of their rope and they could use the news to hang themselves with all the work they had to do before the end of the school year the teacher share the joke with the principal who took the infamous photo all five claim they did not know the historical significance of a news as an object of racial hatred the investigation concluded racism was not a motivating factor but the photo created a hostile work in. men and violated Palmdale school policy the principal resigned over the incident the for teachers remain on paid leave Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio people suffered minor injuries when the S. U. V. in which they were riding slammed through a wall of a covered parking building in Sherman oaks they both had to be pulled out of that wreckage by firefighters after that crash on Saturday on Sepulveda Boulevard not yet clear why the S. U. V. went out of control the California highway patrol says that with kids back in school now drivers need to be more cautious around school buses according the CHP officer I've incentive all officers are going to be on board buses in San Bernadino today to look for drivers who do not stop when the buses pulled over with lights flashing and the stop sign that we're gonna be running two operations one gonna be actual school bus route and in that situation you will be provided a citation and then the and we're gonna be doing another operation which can be educational we're gonna provide warnings to the public he says kids are unpredictable and could run out into the street which is why stopping is required all drivers on the same side of the road have to stop with the bus as its lights flashing and the stop sign now but the road only has two lanes cars on the other side have to stop as well it's two twelve traffic and weather together coming up in two minutes with loose towers you don't need plastic surgery to look younger you just need LVII no cutting no needles no it's scary stuff just results doctor is.
"steiner" Discussed on 83 Weeks with Eric Bischoff
"Scott had the ability to work different styles of matches in if he all of a sudden was hurting her he had issues either temporary or otherwise there was always a way for Scott because they had a repertoire and understanding of of the business <hes> GonNa work around anything <hes> much like other people who get hurt <hes> but I do believe that was more creative convenience or opportunity than anything else about a week later Marcus Bagwell. Would I seriously injured in a match on thunder. We've covered that one before and I'm sure will again but this leads to an opportunity where on the May fourth nitro gene is interviewing Rick Steiner Scott Steiner comes out and says his family's been showing him because he has made this decision to sort of side with the in W. O. and he gets upset and starts to cry and says he's willing to forget the end of you. Oh what happened buff Bagwell was a wakeup call so the Steiner brothers hug and at this point right <hes> atoms from the indio attacks Rick from behind with a baseball bat and about a week after this Scott is back out of action with another herniated disk and his back and while these l he does some work in Vancouver for Hulk Hogan's Hogan's movie assault on Devil's island and Steiner would make the observer report by saying that since he can't train he's dropped like twenty five pounds and his down to around two hundred and fifty pounds and then on June twenty-ninth Nitro you debuted the Bischoff show and Scott Steiner's on it. What are you remember about this? <hes> well trainwreck well. What do you mean train wreck? Okay my I was a struggling for word this wonderful moment in the history of Marchetto God you crack me up no seriously now and I'm not ah yes. He's been this bullshit shelby. Why is it was so bad because everyone changed the channel and it was the worst segment writings wise that entire year for Monday night nitro yeah so good that it was a great idea? I get why you would think it would work mark. I mean I understand on the surface and here's the thing I think sometimes we as wrestling fans. Forget God damn you gotta come up four hours of new shit every week. That's a lie you got thunder. You Got Nitro of it's it's going to be five hours four hours of new sheets every week. That's a lot and that's not even counting Saturday night of syndicated shows you're gonNA try some stuff and sometimes it hits and sometimes it does the Michelle show. Maybe didn't hit clearly. You know I thought it would. I sometimes think things look really good on paper in sometimes they don't you know I had a lot of heat at the time <hes> it was it was tangible. It was quantifiable. It was working <hes> probably had almost as much heat as anybody but he also has a character now. I couldn't couldn't manifest it in the ring. He couldn't tell stories with an inside of the ring which makes a character whether it's so he'll authority character or he'll manager even <hes> makes it more challenging because there's just so how much you can do with it. You're very limited with a non wrestling character who happens to have a lot of heat. It's about able but you gotta try to think of different ways to monetize it and this was a way I thought we could monetize it. You know in the history of the business I guess I'm not sure that this is my thinking at the time. I may not have thought about that much. I may have just share. Let's give this a shot. This could be fun could work. It might not a lot of but might not have been a lot of in-depth thought and analysis gone into it probably not at this time <hes> but at the same time in retrospect you could go back and you look you could look at different kinds whether it be piper spinner flair for the gold doc or any type of you know talk show typesetting some of them we still to this day that provide a format to launch stories from that was really the logic behind it and again as a character and it's weird. We're talking about myself but in I'm not talking about myself as a person. I'm talking about myself as a carrier as a character I had a ton of fucking heat and and we thought that this might be a good way to take advantage of that given that I couldn't take advantage of it too often inside of the Ring Fun little segment here coming up the July twentieth Nitro Rick Steiner Dozen Interview Challenges Scott to a match at road wild buff bagwell comes out in the wheelchair is gonna forgive honor for what happened when he was injured on thunder back in April rickenbacker well. They're both stumbling over their words. It's a real moment Scott. Steiner comes out looking freak you than ever and hints Rick with a chair and then bagwell jumps upside of the wheelchair looking on steady trying to stop Scott and then immediately turns on Rick and jumps around like he's fine takes his shirt off and REVEALS THE IN W. O. T. Shirt this is a a fun moment. I'm here because up until this point and even on our our episode where we recently watched Nitro were Goldberg Be Hogan at the Georgia Dome you wheel out buff Bagwell with his mom and it's a real cool moment went where wrestling fans were all sort of pulling for the same guy at the same time fast forward a little bit. I mean just a couple of weeks and boom the big reveal he's fine and he's an asshole great moment here for Buff Bagwell probably one the highlights of his career <hes> no doubt about it that was great storytelling and by the way <hes> that set that we use was a direct rip off of the <hes> Jay Leno set right that that was also part of a storytelling device not only was hey. I think I'm going to do a talk show to get heat that was creatively leading up to a pay per view and the whole idea was I was pretending I was funnier than Jay Leno and all I was doing ripping off his jokes from the Friday Friday night before he would literally send me <hes> Jay would send me his the jokes that he would tell him his monologue and then I would on Monday night steelers jokes which is in the world of comedy. You know you're a piece of Shit if you do ah so there was there was there was another more tactical reason behind that talk show set and just me wanting to see myself on T._v. and get that being said the story that we just laid out with with <hes> Bagwell. I mean that's another perfect example of taking you know a real life situation that everybody was aware of it. Everybody knew about and finding a creative way to integrate that into a story sorry and I think this was that was great storytelling. You know I'm not putting myself over. I'm not even sure it was my idea. <hes> I would have been involved with it because it was n w O but I'm not sure the catalyst for the idea was me but whoever came up with it. That was a great story sorry I I. I got excited hearing about it. We should remind everybody that <hes> you know they gonNA win. Two ways with this I mean by Buff Bagwell could've come back as a super over baby face with the crowd pulling for Graham or done this which was in my opinion much better much more fun two weeks later we get more of this. <hes> bagwell Scott Steiner Shenanigans stuff the August third nitro Scott comes out with a very serious look on his face. It comes in the ring instead. He spoke to his mom. It reminded him he's not better than anyone else and he's had a chance to think about things and he said the end up you might be for life but it's not for him and he takes the end of your shirt off and calls for Rick Steiner so of course first buff bagwell comes out with <hes> arresting ear guard orange barking like Rick Steiner and <hes> Scott's laughing as buff comes in the ring on all fours and then Scott gives buff a treat for rolling over and shaking and eventually rick runs out and clears the ring and then on August twenty four Scott and his hippy doctor come to the ring <hes> Scott Cut Funding Promo ripping on Chicago and it's calling out buff and of course it's <hes> it's buff dressed up as rick again. This is some funny. This is good stuff. I'm sitting here laughing. My ass off listening to you. Describe it. I mean especially the the hippy doctor is bagwell dressed as is a Jamaican. I don't even know what we're doing here but Scott Steiner. He's hurting pretty good here. He's got five compressed this and his back and meltzer would say there's a real question question as to how much of a full recovery he'll be able to make in on what timetable so whenever they're going to be doing match wise is going to have to be kept short. That is what we see happen at the fall raw pay per view <hes> Steiner honor goes to a no contest five and a half minutes. It's <hes> a negative one star rating and the reason that this match even goes as long as it is is Bagwell keeps interfering and eventually he collapses if he's re injured his neck nobody's buying and everybody knows that he's just <hes> play and eventually he's put on a stretcher put into the ambulance and then of course he jumps out of the ambulance and attacks trek so maybe we jumped the shark. They're a little bit but the leader was really really good stuff. Let's keep it moving on September twenty eighth Nitro we would see Scott beat Nick dinsmore. Your old friend Eugene and Linney Lane in a handicap match is kind of cool of you too. I mean I don't know that I would want my nephew to get the shit beat out of him on Nitro by Scott Steiner but it was pretty cool you look after your nephew Eugene here right yeah in hindsight I guess it was you know I it's funny. I I ended up working with with Nick Dinsmore <unk> a Eugene in W._W._e.. Years later and I just I didn't even remember that he has been time. I am a W._C._W.. I think he was <hes> Terry Taylor. You know again I learned after the fact but I think Terry Taylor was a big fan of Nick. Dinsmore is the one that worked at men or at least got a shot in W._C._w.. But I didn't I didn't remember it until years later. They're tober fifth nitro. We see Scott doing a pre taped interview and he comes out with Bagwell and Judy bagwell comes out yelling at marcus grabs him by the ear and takes them to the back so that's kind of fun October twelfth. This is where things start to change a little a bit for Scott. Steiner's new character comes to the ring and he says there isn't a woman in the crowd. I can't lay down vertically and have her look up at me totally satisfied.
"steiner" Discussed on 83 Weeks with Eric Bischoff
"And I can't think of a better sponsor today since we're talking about the genetic freak the big booty Daddy Scott Steiner he is one of the rare wrestlers that's had a lot of success in both tag team competition and singles competition long before he was the big booty diety. He's part of one of the more more famous or infamous as it were tag teams in professional wrestling history the Steiner brothers and they did it all you know the U._S.. Tag Champs the World Tag Champs <hes> in fact I mean I guess got held at all. You Know T._v.. Title and World L. Championship but when you first come to know Scott Steiner he's a tag team competitor. What what what year would you think that would've been? was you know I was thinking about that knowing. We're going to do this show and I think the first time I'm really really cross paths with Scott obviously when I first came to W._C._W.. I think in nineteen ninety two I believe I started in the summer of Nineteen Ninety two and I think it was an event at least the one that I recall that stands up. My mind was in Chattanooga Got Nuba Tennessee. I don't remember it was a pay per view event and I don't remember which one it could have been a fall brawl would have been about the right time <hes> and I was the guys were dressing in what was really a was either a rustling lean training room or a part of the gymnastics training room. Whatever it was a big open area not a traditional locker room area in all the talent was there getting dressed and I of course was doing interviews so I would have to run back and find talents and take him over to the interview area and things like that and again? I'm I'm still new on the job trying to used everybody's names and faces a lot of talent there that I wasn't familiar with and and still a walking and talking very carefully as the as the new guy and not only the new guy the new guy who is the cease squad backup to the backup to the backup announcer so I go into this room and this big room or the guys are dressing and I see both Steiner's against got have a refereed for the life of the I'm not sure who it was. I WanNa say it was Nick Patrick but I could be wrong but anyway they had this referee free and they had him duck taped up like a mummy. They had duct tape around his mouth. There's hands were duct taped to his his the size of his hips and his legs feet were duct taped together and he was buck naked and had a pencil stuck up his ass and I thought wow this is this. This is going to be a hell of a GIG. That's my I recall of the Steiner under brothers and I'm sure the referee whoever it was was Nick Patrick or whomever must have done something that the Steiner's found worthy of some sort of tyner retribution but they tortured him. It was all I want. I'd say in good fun for those watching typing dudes and shelvin shoot up there asince all in good fun well who knows what he did to deserve such such a response. I'm not sure I didn't see it. I just saw the aftermath and I thought man. I'M GONNA be really careful. Route needs to guys. I guess I have to ask you to do you ever feel the wrath of a pencil no no Oh after see look you know when you when you brand new on the job and you witnessed something like that kind of sets the tone you you recognize right off the bat. These are two guys. I'm not first of all. I don't rip people anyway. I try to treat people with respect certainly did back then is as the new young guy but I made I made a mental note not not to do anything that these guys fight offensive because I surely didn't want to be on the receiving end of that years ago. Oh on <hes> one of the early ric flair podcasts he's telling a story about how the Steiner's would just really be kind of brutal to Butch Reed Ron Simmons tag team partner in the tag team doom and so we ask Ron one day Ron. Why don't these want the Steiner brothers ever give you shit? They're always picking on Ron and never you. Why don't how did you get a free pass? Why don't they fuck with you and supposedly Ron Simmons just deadpan delivers? I'm on fuck with a bowl and I just thought that was the best line ever <hes>. What other sort of memories do you have because you're not you're not too terribly long? Before the Steiner brothers decide you know what maybe the grass is greener on the other side and I think they shocked a lot of people when they went to work for Vince McMahon and left w yeah I mean my my memories. You're right I they. They weren't there that long before they left to W._f.. W._W._f.. The time you know my interactions with them were fairly limited <hes> immediately I hit it a probably more with Richton with Scott. <hes> Rick requires a little more outgoing. I like to laugh and joke around a little bit and was just generally more a pro triple and we had a lot more common you know rick love to hunt and fish and we knew a lot of the same people <hes> reconciled both new bread rings pretty well a lot out of the guys from Minnesota so we had kind of a common bond in that regard <hes> and we're just able to talk socially non wrestling type of conversations much more easily than than Scott I did so I of the two I got to know. <hes> you know better right off right off the bat but yeah they did. <hes> while I believe watts was in charge <hes> they decided to move onto the W._w._f.. Is a lot of people there were a lot of people that you didn't like working with Bill Watts and I do recall Scott being the most animated of the two with regard to to bill he just they did not get along at all and it's weird because he winds up you know finding himself in the W._W._f.. and Bill Watts wanders into the W._W._f.. As well <hes> I think one of the things that Scott took issue with as as I think bill sauce Scott as a singles singles performer and I think he's even spoken about the fact that he thought Scott would have been a great he'll and he wanted to try to you know make him a single star and so there is a bit of an attempt to try that you would see him and some singles matches is even against a guy like Rick flair. How has it that in the early nineties <hes> where the Steiner brothers to to sort of split up it does feel like a natural story arc? You know we saw with so many other tag teams even even through W._C._W.. Doom we just listed for example Ron Simmons would go on to great single success becoming the first black heavyweight champion for W._C._W.. But what was the hesitation or did you have a conversation with the Steiner's about their hesitation to would be a single team. You know the subject came up throughout their time there and we did talk about it off and on never anything really seriously it's not like I was a part of any discussions where it was serious seriously proposed posed and we felt strongly that it had to be done or anything like that but you oftentimes you talking to general way about hey. What if we do this? What if we do that you know I never got the sense in any conversation nation that they were like adamant about not doing it and firmly rooted in their their tag team but I do believe it was my sense again that they were really comfortable with who they were as a tag team? They had Benetton acting for very very long. I don't think any of them were interested in necessarily splitting it up just to try it and see what would happen. I think the feeling at least that I got was okay well if we're GONNA do this. Where does it go? What's the idea and I'm paraphrasing is the right way to say it but I really into my impressions at the time? It was like okay well what next where does it go. What do we do and I think there was a tendency to be wary of things like that and again? You know you go back and you look at W._C._W.. And at that time and even afterwards even under my direction oftentimes the big decisions that were made and nobody really thought it thought about it down the road what happens three months from now. What happened six months from now? It's easy to make a creative decision. That feels like all this is great. You know as the holy crap moment this is huge and get everybody excited about it but if you don't have a I am going down the road it has a tendency just to fizzle out after the initial holy shit moment it and I think everybody was pretty sensitive to that as it should have been. I guess we should briefly mention here and I think most people who are listening to this. Remember you know the Steiner brothers. <hes> you know University of Michigan Jackets on their way to the ring of course that's a real life situation <hes> they're both very accomplished amateur wrestlers and and then wrestled for Michigan <hes> and I think it's sort of fascinating the look back and realize that Scott Steiner was wrestling and competing at two hundred ninety pound weight class of course we know later and W._W._e.. He's going to be as big as house. He's a three time big ten runner up and eighty six. He was a Division One all American after college he decides to <hes> take a stab at professional wrestling. He's trained by Dr Jerry Graham <hes> and then before you know it is with the C._W._a.. And Eighty eight and it gets the big break in eighty nine and that's probably when most of US became familiar with to them I think a lot of people though <hes> probably had rick pegged to be the Big Star of the pair rather than Scott he certainly had the bigger push. I run with television title. You know wh- barring what had happened before you were in power. Did you see one over the other as as being a potential breakout single star while I'm going to kind of go back and recall call my frame of mind at that time I obviously Scott as we all know based on history ended up being more of a breakout single star than rick did so I I guess it would be easy for me to make myself sound really smart and like a visionary and say oh I knew all along it would have been Scott but you know going back to ninety two ninety three and I'm not sure when they came back probably ninety five or ninety eighty six. I didn't really look at them. Individually you know I I really did look at them as a tag team <hes> they had a lot of value to W._C._W.. And one of the reasons I was excited about getting back aside from the fact that I just liked him. <hes> on a personal level and professionally I had a lot of respect for them and what they could deliver in the ring but the value that I saw in them from a business perspective <hes> was their value over in Japan in Japan. They had a lot of value as a tag tag team so I didn't really look at them at the time.
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"steiner" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"Maybe just to change things up and and just to have different matches and try something different de recall there being any sort of pushback from the steiner's for the easy to deal with as far as doing business and and putting guys over at this time with this rahmat i never had any problems with the steiner's doing business ever on june eleven th and twelve th we would see ah the steiner's beat blake beverley and damien dement though i have spent a lot of time talking about damien dementia what's your favorite damien dement though match i'll tell you of i do have a favor debut dement though match and that is when damien dement dough worked with the undertaker in i think damien was looking at that as that was his big opportunity to really you know make it big now because he's working with the undertaker now they're gonna give me the push when in reality vince is kind of burnout on damian dement though and was his freedom to the undertaker move on i thought damien dement oh coming in uh i was a big fan i'm all the hired him i i liked his look he had a different look in i forget what the hell is name was before he was damien dement though but he was a big guy mondo clean bondo clean yeah a big guy gift gab but in our world believe it or not you're gonna love this one he was to hoki oh my god is the shrill as surreal yes at papa fucking chango and damien dement i hook a hey pop sean goes down they have video mass you be careful what you say because he'll make conrad dahlan hill like stich needles right there in your uh.