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"steve elliot" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:26 min | Last month

"steve elliot" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Lagos, are more than a toy, their investment, the company that makes those little plastic building blocks pulled in more than five point five billion dollars in sales. Last year, they often sell legos in special kits, sometimes depicting famous movie scenes and they retire those kids after a while making them collector's items for fans and upping their value. But where there's money to be made, there are also scams. Let's go into the world of counterfeit. Lego sets with Stacey Vanek Smith and Sally herships from the PODCAST, the indicator planet money. Tom glasco lives in Dayton. Ohio is three kids and they all love Lego, which is how he got into trouble. He'd been looking for a LEGO ray resistance fighter for his son and so perusing facebook one day I saw an ad for it for what seemed to be a low. But maybe not too low of a price. The exiting was half price just thirty bucks. The pieces weren't the same quality and they didn't go together quite as nicely as regular legos Tom had bought what turned out to be a knockoff. Lego set a counterfeit on their own legos are just these little plastic bricks. You can see why it would be tempting to make. Counterfeits chronic air pot or an apple watch or something the biggest and most notorious. These counterfeiters is a Chinese brand called Leppin. It operates completely openly I mean you can visit the company's website Leppin, world dot com and you will see that its logo and Legos logo are almost identical. But if you end up buying a knockoff, you don't just risk getting a flimsier product you could also ended up costing yourself money down the line if you're planning to resell your legos later on to understand how the LEGO scams work I turned to a superfan Steve Elliot he is thirty eight and lives in Albany Wisconsin if someone posts like a big seven, hundred dollar. People will zoom in and look to see if they can see the legos stamp on the top of a brick, which is called a stud. They don't see it. They'll accuse them of it being a knock off products. The lego community is enormous. There are whole websites like brick picker, dot, com brick link, and facebook groups like star. Wars Lego collectors USA, and if you buy fakes even accidentally and try to resell them, you could get yourself banned in two thousand seventeen something unprecedented happened in the Lego aftermarket, the secondary market, the prices of big sets, those giant boxes with thousands of. Lego pieces they started dropping, and this is according to brick picker. One of those Lego pricing and investment guides unprecedented here here's a clip from the brick picker youtube channel. Now, elephants in the room of course, is the Millennium Falcon and take a look at legal Millennium Falcon Graph when the Lego Millennium Falcon was first released over a decade ago. It was the most expensive legos ever four, hundred, ninety, nine dollars, ninety, nine cents, and then the price shot up to almost five thousand dollars but a couple of years ago it dropped by more than thirty percent in less than a year. By this set was one of the worst decisions that I made in my entire collection brick picker said. In Alkan started cropping up all over the Internet from places like let's knock off Millennium Falcon sets, which, of course, sell for much less a Lotta the Lego fans I talked to you were pretty upset about this. So be careful out there the next time you are shopping make sure you are getting the real thing Sally Herships steamatic Smith NPR.

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Lego Fans Tricked By Counterfeit Kits

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:24 min | Last month

Lego Fans Tricked By Counterfeit Kits

"Lagos, are more than a toy, their investment, the company that makes those little plastic building blocks pulled in more than five point five billion dollars in sales. Last year, they often sell legos in special kits, sometimes depicting famous movie scenes and they retire those kids after a while making them collector's items for fans and upping their value. But where there's money to be made, there are also scams. Let's go into the world of counterfeit. Lego sets with Stacey Vanek Smith and Sally herships from the PODCAST, the indicator planet money. Tom glasco lives in Dayton. Ohio is three kids and they all love Lego, which is how he got into trouble. He'd been looking for a LEGO ray resistance fighter for his son and so perusing facebook one day I saw an ad for it for what seemed to be a low. But maybe not too low of a price. The exiting was half price just thirty bucks. The pieces weren't the same quality and they didn't go together quite as nicely as regular legos Tom had bought what turned out to be a knockoff. Lego set a counterfeit on their own legos are just these little plastic bricks. You can see why it would be tempting to make. Counterfeits chronic air pot or an apple watch or something the biggest and most notorious. These counterfeiters is a Chinese brand called Leppin. It operates completely openly I mean you can visit the company's website Leppin, world dot com and you will see that its logo and Legos logo are almost identical. But if you end up buying a knockoff, you don't just risk getting a flimsier product you could also ended up costing yourself money down the line if you're planning to resell your legos later on to understand how the LEGO scams work I turned to a superfan Steve Elliot he is thirty eight and lives in Albany Wisconsin if someone posts like a big seven, hundred dollar. People will zoom in and look to see if they can see the legos stamp on the top of a brick, which is called a stud. They don't see it. They'll accuse them of it being a knock off products. The lego community is enormous. There are whole websites like brick picker, dot, com brick link, and facebook groups like star. Wars Lego collectors USA, and if you buy fakes even accidentally and try to resell them, you could get yourself banned in two thousand seventeen something unprecedented happened in the Lego aftermarket, the secondary market, the prices of big sets, those giant boxes with thousands of. Lego pieces they started dropping, and this is according to brick picker. One of those Lego pricing and investment guides unprecedented here here's a clip from the brick picker youtube channel. Now, elephants in the room of course, is the Millennium Falcon and take a look at legal Millennium Falcon Graph when the Lego Millennium Falcon was first released over a decade ago. It was the most expensive legos ever four, hundred, ninety, nine dollars, ninety, nine cents, and then the price shot up to almost five thousand dollars but a couple of years ago it dropped by more than thirty percent in less than a year. By this set was one of the worst decisions that I made in my entire collection brick picker said. In Alkan started cropping up all over the Internet from places like let's knock off Millennium Falcon sets, which, of course, sell for much less a Lotta the Lego fans I talked to you were pretty upset about this. So be careful out there the next time you are shopping make sure you are getting the real thing

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"steve elliot" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

The Guilty Feminist

01:41 min | 6 months ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist

"You go to the cameo up our website. You'll see lots of comedians and actors. They're making birthday videos. Congratulations thank you videos. Pep talk videos anything like that. If you want to reach out to a feminist in lockdown who needs some encouragement or a nice present. And you can't reach them. Because of social distancing a cameo video can make all the difference so let me know the details of the friend that you'd let me say I'm about to and I'll make a very special message for them and that means choosing for your friend and also for help refugees. I've just guest on a couple of other podcasts lately. One I mentioned before when I was talking about our relationship to explore bisexuality. It's you'll do by Catherine Bo Hart and Sarah key worth and it's a podcast on BBC. Sounds they are a couple and they interview couples and they interviewed Thomas Alinsky and me about our relationship and mostly it's about how relationship works but also there's some sort of coming out going on there as well if you're interested. It's a really really lovely show. You'll do on BBC. Sounds or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm also a guest on this week's grown-up land. The new format of grownup land is absolutely exceptional. Please tune into here. Sophie Juca Heidi Regan and Sedgwick Steve. Ally explore the grown up world. This week. The theme is the one and I am a little bit more on my views on relationships in general and mine in particular and some recent developments within it. I hope you enjoy that. Too on BBC sounds or internationally. Wherever you get your podcasts hosted a letter from quarantine which you can have because I read it out or you can read a Tortoise Media Dot Com and I think Steve. Elliot's got one coming out this week to..

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"steve elliot" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

14:30 min | 7 months ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"Up and that was after a night of chicken and heavy drinking. Oh Man I don't know what it was and I didn't get to partake in whatever their experience was because I was like I don't smell anything. And they were both like what was that like was like a silent but deadly anyway all right. He's a he's a character. There isn't he. We love yeah he's amazing. Yes he's He's a three time participant in rock and pod. We love him and Mrs Food and they're great people we want to get some Kiss questions you guys already announced to them all right here in front of me as it is your meteoroid him or her all right. Well the first question comes from our good friend David Stone itch and he says hey buddy. I'll work on specific questions but I'm most curious about makeup changes an instrument changes in the early days. Especially Peter's makeup. I guess he's kind of talking about like the evolution of the catman makeup because man. It's sure different on that first album. The what it ends up being. Yeah some according to the according to their all their books like makeup artists came in and and did Peter's makeup that day and wanted to be I guess tribal and they never did that again. No I know there was Somewhere somebody dug up online. It was like an African mask that had that actual design on it so it was it something like it was a real thing and then I guess. The makeup artist decided. Redo that but I can pick Peter in the dressing room the next day going. Let me see if I can fuck that. It's too it's too difficult. I'm not doing that. I look silly. And how do you do that? Like everybody else is ready to get onstage worse. Peter I'm halfway done hang on. I know that All Stanley when he when they were starting out one of my favorite stories that issues to tell was that at one point Paul when he was experimenting heated just a big black ring around as high as started laughing at him. Like what's so funny and as goes you look like pete the pup from the little rascals it's awesome that's pretty cool all right well. I got a question here from Simon Cat and he asks how is it possible that Peter? Actually got worse over time listening to the first several albums. He was fine. Watching him unplugged. He got lost on two thousand man and nearly fell off the throne at the end of nothing to lose and then at the reunion tour. It was painful. He hit the symbols like he was afraid they were gonna hit him back any thoughts on this. I know that I think there's a little bit of glass he got. He definitely did get worse as the seventies went on and I think some of that is a combination of probably drug use ego and thinking. He didn't need to practice like he used to. And they just you know 'cause by the dynasty to or he was pretty sloppy But like I as far as the reunion tour. I think some of that was kind of self preservation because they always had issues with with carpal tunnel. And he would you know. I think to be conditioned to do two hours a night for giant tour. He was trying to pace himself and not injure himself Because if you watch the Brooklyn Bridge performance that they did for MTV. They knew they were going to do a short set and he just let it fly at that and he sounded like the old school catman on that so I think it was probably more self preservation than anything else I agree I Pollen is books. The wind would blow in peers. Drums would play. That's how had they had the trigger set up so light you know so. He didn't have to hit hard. You GotTa last that long and you gotta figure at that point and I've always said you know. Playing Guitar is one thing being a singer. Shirley you know it's none of it's easy but a drummer. You almost have to be an athlete to be able to be a drummer on tour playing massive shows. You know in a band like kiss expected to give it all you got so you know I could see that would burn yelp pretty fast and then after doing it once in killing yourself about halfway through the tour you probably say I gotta learn how to kind of pace myself for this shit to make it last in. Nollie that I mean if you go back to seventy four seventy five seventy six or the early depends on how early you know the first three or so albums but he was really a Bashar he hit. Hardy played hard. And I'm not gonNA say got worse as I just don't think he had The fire in his playing like he did when they first started out. If you watch. Let's say Houston the bootleg. I mean I think he's playing a pretty hard but I never really thought that he was ever really liked this clean great drummer. I always thought he was kind of like sloppy. But that's what may s like. Ace is playing so it makes it awesome. You know you know. We kind of mentioned it even last week during the game show. I mean talking about like seventy eight time by the time. They're doing the solo albums. If Peter really had the fire about drumming he won't be bringing out somebody else drum on his album he would have done some amazing stuff himself to be able to say. Hey not only. Is this my solo album wits? Also a showcase for my drumming. He shouldn't do that thought about that. It's almost like he wanted. To focus on the vocals would have been nice. Fetus at dominy. Use this as an opportunity. Show the world. What a killer drummer I am. That would totally different album. Yeah true that's the kind of Sugar Papa Line. I'm sorry I I really liked Peter Solo album. I'm not afraid to admit it. That's Okay Joe. That's okay I F PROBLEM. Admitting you have one yes they Yeah variety in the balls. All right got a question here from Andy Connors. Good friend coolest guitar for each original member and Peter's best drum setup. That's a tough one. I think I'm GONNA say The last Paul the Classic Phrase Fraley. I like Paul's crazy looking. Ivan is of course the the axe bass can't beat that and I think Peter Setup for alive too. I like those are all good. I would probably for Paul. I always liked the The sequence flying the that he played around a live to era Madison Square Garden. Show from seventy seven. He plays that For Ace you gotta go to the less-favoured. I'll go with the blacklist Paul. He played on the dynasty tour. Always loved that when for gene I always liked. The strutted Spector Bass that he played around seventy seven seventy eight. I've always felt loved the shape of that one and then for fee for peters drums. I kind of had a thing. I really liked his psycho circus. Drums set off. I thought it was cool. That was cool but I think his I think it was the destroyer set up. Which was I think a white Pearl set with? I can't remember exactly what it was like. It was reflective in some way sparkly. It was white with sparkles. I like that one and then for Gene I. I'm I'm sorry. I know this is going to go against the grain but I really really loved the base. He had that had from crazy nights. I believe it was with his face painted on it. Hase's always the fifty nine Les Paul and then Paul. You Guys Kiss Fan. Paul Stanley really tries his best to like have the most flashy guitars and the fractured mirror. I've Anez is amazing but I seem to always go back to the BBC. Rich warlock that from analyze live uncensored. That had the fractured mirror. That when kicked ass pretty bad about that guitar in his band asked. I love that question. Shoot yeah all right you ready for the next one. Oh Yeah here we go. This comes to us from Steve Elliot. The high voice at the end of come on and love me and in the chorus of take me. Is it gene or is it as up to that point ace hen song and we didn't know what his voice sounded like and I don't recall hearing that high pitch anywhere else that early. I'm pretty sure it's gene on Bo and actually if you watch the Buddha Khan show where they do take me live. It's just so funny saying this hulking demon going right. I'm pretty sure it's gene is well. Yeah because I remember cheese. Was it confidential? One of them video cassettes. I came out back in the day. Had that live footage to take me on. Remember hearing it live for the first time in being taken back of how weird that sounded you know when they're when they're doing a live because I think it's in the studio obviously sweetened up and it sounds good. It's part of it but when they're playing live it it's just you know out there raw. You can't fix it up. It's happening right now alive. It sounds pretty terrible. And he doesn't sound good going with it. I always kind of taken back by that. Like how song sounds so much. Worse live than it does in the studio version because gene sounds so weird singing the chorus. Right what one of the things I always wondered was we were getting is something. I think it was right. I think that sound is right into a board or something so I was wondering if it sounds better. If you're like thirty rose backer. You know forty rose back when we're at all mixes are blends together sort of out of the speakers. I always wondered that but I agree. The first time I ever heard that I was like who is doing that. It's just like the this high and then you realize gene you're like that's the line. They gave him mortal combat where you would burn up the other guy to go. Yeah that's right that's funny. I forgot all about that. I WANNA police a mortal combat or watch wrestlemainia. It's the same thing I'm GonNa Watch tonight. Look all right well. That's perfect because here's a really good one in that kind of ties in with that. This one comes to us from Aaron Baker. Oh my God. Here's a good one. Why did kiss have a wrestler in nineteen ninety nine to two thousand? Wcw instead of one thousand nine hundred ninety six ninety seven when the company was really rolling in cash from what we know about gene money and marketing wise. It would have made much more sense to make more money ninety six ninety seven. Wcw especially with the reunion going on around that era. Sorry for the long question just had to ask because I don't know if anyone who was in WCW at the time if anyone would know. Aaron Baker join no your big wrestling fan. What do you know about the kiss demon or did you think that at the time? Okay I just happened to be as of I don't know how long ago but as of right now we. I am the only podcast to ever have Dale Tour Board on the show nice and it was all because at the time when I was doing the show I had. This girl called the goddess thunder lead. Do you guys know Lee. And she did the show with me originally and she was a workout buddy with Dale and he came on the show and told the whole story. Now I haven't listened to it in a while but if and I'm not one hundred percent sure either. He told me this or somebody else involved told me but apparently gene ran into. Vince and VINCIT. Gene Hey you know we should really do something in the WWe. And then. Apparently he called up Air Bischoff in the WCW. Gene did and did something over there for some reason. Apparently Vince was Super Mad at him for a very long time. Why they didn't do it earlier. I have no idea it would have made more sense however I bet it was the furthest thing from Gene Simmons. Mind that have a professional wrestler until Vince McMahon said? Hey we should do something you know. Take my Thank my typical cynicism of cats and say that it was the ban latching onto something that was a trend. That was already on. Its way out the. Wcw definitely was as a matter of fact that was the least viewed episode. I believe they said of all time now. Of course I was watching it. It was like were Falcons. Win The super bowl the first year not the second time. We don't even WanNa talk about that but the first time against Denver. When I found out that they were doing the opening like they were playing the opening. I was like I get the Falcons and kissing the same night. This is amazing and then and then it happened with the WCW and that was awesome. I enjoyed that but apparently they tried to the powers in. Wcw tried to squash it really fast and it never happened so yeah because the way I always heard the story was that they were going to. Eventually it was going to turn into a group. There was going to be a spaceman a star child. The cab man and the whole deal and there was going to be a group of kiss wrestlers as it was supposed to go. But I don't know it's kind of a you can try to put the name kiss on anything you know and then to even say wow we can put it on a wrestling character. That is about as far band marketing is you can get you know to think. Wow this could actually work but the thing was it was Kinda Hokey to have a guy that would I'm I'm a wrestler but I'm also huge kiss fan and so I'm going to paint myself up like Gene Simmons Russell kind of a hokey Gimmick really and. I think it was hard for people to get behind..

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"steve elliot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Would be on president in two thousand seventeen cam newton hundred thirty nine times norm of bought that number the eclipse so the question is a how good will they be offensively tiff lamar jackson stay healthy and that's the biggest question if he can this could be the most dynamic running offense. We've seen the n._f._l. In a long time ago with of course is the pedigree really good defense. The question is can stay healthy healthy and you gotta know. Defense is gonna come in. They're gonna play an eight man fronts. They're going to force them to throw from the pocket. How productive from the pocket so we're about to find out whether it really is a revolutionary new quote to the n._f._l. And coach steve elliot the coach at the high school team here with us. What's your questions steve coach. I got a different <hes> kind of avenue. I wanna take with it and ask you as a coach. What what were your methods that pre game and some of these big games. Get your players ready to take on to step on that. Field minds be ready for that. <hes> experience yeah i i would never much won the believing the motivational pre-games speech. I mean no matter how fired up get player. They're gonna run down that. I kick off get knocked on their butts. Come up looking through their ear hole and all that motivational stuff goes out to the goes out through the ozone <hes> really it's building message you again in the n._f._l. All is she getting with that first meeting on wednesday morning and you talk about what is it gonna take the team and you reiterate that all week long a certain key bitcoin that you hit so that that very nice before the game or on sunday the pre-game you all you have to touch on just the reminders of those he point that this is what we have to try to narrow their focus as to what they have to do to be good and sometimes it's supposed cba some sometimes odds. It's just a matter of something that you know they're going to do. Give them the confidence going out once they do. Is they feel like yeah. We got the team we can do this. <hes> and that's all you you can really do with the code is place those tactical and strategical thing narrowing it down to just two or three things you gotta say look. This is what we have to do to beat interesting so my question. I have another question kind of piggyback off coach a little bit being coach. That's something i would love to do. One day i would love to coach. That'd be a great thing to do. What are some steps you took in becoming a coach like what was some struggles you went through. How did you become where you are today. Well you know if i thought its fundamental decision. That has twenty one to do and like a lot of businesses. I don't want to overstate it. Feel like coaches are overburdened but it is. It's a commitment to a lifestyle. I mean you gotta be all in twenty four seven three hundred sixty five days a year and then you've got to commit to doing those things to improve the individual skills that you need to be a good coach you go to clinic you interact with coaches at the end of the day. It's all about and that's really what you are you could you could just the position the word coach teacher and leader look up any manual any leadership manual and put in juxtaposition those words and it would make percents and at the end of the day it's messing with the players <hes> the saying that i grew up in a game to understand more and more as a coach they they don't care what the what you know until they know that you care and that's really what it comes down to the players that you interact with note that you have their best interest in heart that you're gonna do everything you can to help them get better and that you care about them rather than thinking that you have some magical offense defensive structure..

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"steve elliot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That would be unprecedent two thousand the team cam newton random one hundred thirty nine times nor bought that number would be a clip so the question is a how good will they be offensively. Yes lamar jackson can stay healthy and that's really the biggest question if he can this could be the most dynamic running offense. We've seen the n._f._l. In a long time ago with i would of course is the pedigree really good defense. The question is can stay healthy. You gotta know defenses. They're gonna come in playing eight man fronts. They're going to force them to throw from the pocket. How productive from the pocket so we're about to find out whether this really is a revolutionary new quote to the n._f._l. Then coach steve elliot alley at the coach at the high school team here with us. What's your question steve coach. I got a different <hes> kind of avenue. I want to ask you as a coach. What what were some are your methods. That took pre game and some of these big games. Get your players ready to take on a step on that field. The minds be ready for that experience. Yeah i never much wanted to believe in motivational pre-game speech. I mean no matter how fired up get player. They're gonna run down that for kickoff knocked on her but come up looking through their ear hole and all that motivate for those out through the ozone also <hes> you know really it's building a message again in the n._f._l. Beginning with that first meeting on wednesday morning and you talk about what is going to take the b. team and you reiterate that all week long in a certain key points that you hit so that that very night before the game on sunday the pre-game you all all you have to touch on the reminders of those key point that this is what we have to try to narrow their focus as to what they have to do to be good and sometimes it's supposed siebel some sometimes. It's just a matter of something that you know they're gonna do. You've done the confidence going out once if they do it. They feel like yeah. We got to seem weak and do this. <hes> and that's all you can really do as a coach is those tactical and strategical things narrowing. Bring it down to just two or three things that you gotta say look. This is what we have to do to beat this team so my question. I have another question to piggyback off coach a little bit being a coach. That's something i would love to do. One day i would love to coach. That'd be a great thing to do. What what is some steps. You took in becoming a coach like what was some struggles. You went through. How did you become where you are today. Well you know if i saw it is fundamental decision. That's at twenty one to do and like a lot of businesses. I don't want to overstate it. Feel like coaches or are overburdened but it is. It's a commitment to a lifestyle. I mean you gotta be all in twenty four seven three hundred sixty five days a year and then you've got to commit to doing those oh sing to improve the individual skills that you need to be a good coach you go to clinic you interact with other coaches at the end of the day. It's all about yeah and and and that's really what you are you could you could just a position that word coach teacher and leader look up any manual any leadership shift manual and put in juxtaposition those words and it would make absolute theft and at the end of the day it's the next thing with the players <hes> saying that i grew up in a in a game to understand more and more to coach. They don't care what the what you know until they know that you care and that's really what it comes down to. He's just players that you interact with. No you have their best interest in heart that you guys do everything you can to help them. Get better at that. You care about them rather thinking that you have some magical offense of defensive structure that gets better than anybody else because frankly just doesn't exist bryan brian..

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"steve elliot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Another. They adapt the resiliency. All those things are going to show up on that football field. All those kinds of skills are gonna show up when they're playing games. I agree three and <hes> you know just to be able to come out and talk to them. <hes> they were inspired the questions that they ask score pretty pretty really good questions for high school kids. I was surprised about some of the questions that they were asking but <hes> <hes> <hes>. I have a lot of respect for them because they do have to learn how to adapt because they're moving around but they i've never heard any they say that they were disappointed in the move and having to make new friends and that's very important for kids because you grow up and you have <hes> <hes> a collective amount of friends that you think you're going to grow up and you're going all graduate together. These kids move around so a lot of respect for these these guys we back with me during the course of the next three days in various segments but when we come back on the other side we're going to have to co host with me because we're going to be talking to allie villanova save a course n._f._l. Linemen and also person that served in the army of course a captain but brandon carver will be with us and his coach she steve elliot will be here as well. We do that as we continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on america's sports. Talk show from south korea on sports by it has been said that everyone has a book them but you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you want to pass on in the form of a book to help others..

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"steve elliot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

14:31 min | 1 year ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Going right back to the telephone and speak to John Peabody morning, John. Good morning Morgan. How are you, sir? Very good. Go to two different places. Yeah. People will have passed to run TV shows on Dallas senior senior year in jock. He Jim Davis who is the act passed away. Right. And they said he was out in South America someplace looking for oil. Well, they do that. A lot of times to cover for an actor passing away. They, they make sure that in the hearts and minds of viewers, they hear something with which. Provides them with comfort. So that's a good example. On JAMES BOND. Yes. Did you notice that a lot of the actresses that played the bond woman went for swim at one time or another, or got what some way or another in particular a particular movie? Consistently. I'm trying to think if that happened with honor Blackman. I do not think it did it did happen with on yelp Bianchi, who was in from Russia would love. Obviously Ursula Andress coming out of the water in that scene of earth's Landers coming out of the water was duplicated with commute. Second, I have a mental block on her name. She plays storm in the X men movies, Halle Berry, and she. Did that. And what was the last not the world is not enough. That's third. One die another day. Indict another day, she was the coming out of the water Queen. Let's go back in order Thunderball, no. Man with the golden gun. No, no, Diana, rake, did not come out of any pool ocean lake. Jill Saint John was sunbathing on the oil rig that blow fell had taken over. But she did not go into the water. The girl plenty O'Toole. She could tossed out of your show in that movie forever. Cool. I know Jane Seymour. She didn't go for swim. Yeah. Rob just did the impression that the gangster in that movie, damaged forever, did, I didn't know those a pull down there. When they do, plenty O'Toole on would out the window. But you are right more often than not, there is a woman, immersed in the pool. I was talking earlier about Tanya Roberts in a view to a kill the end of the movie. You see she embarked taking a shower together. Yeah. What's, what's her name? Kim base. She got. What three or four times? Jumped off the cliff. When she was in the shower. Stall was bond on the submarine. Right. Scuba diving and then in the pool at the end of it. And that was never say, never again. Could up on your part job? Thank you, either that you liked seeing women get wet. No comment. Man. You're not gonna fall into that trap. I laid for you are, you know, Sarah mutt. No, sir. All right. Anything else, John? No, sir. You have a good night. You have a good night as well. I tried. All right. Tom in Ohio, you ready for your report on Clarence Gillyard junior. Yes. He has become a professor. At a college in Nevada. Not UNLV. But he has turned his back on his acting career. I don't know what he's teaching. But he is now a college professor fantastic. So there you go. I told you I did pretty much same thing. I mean he did he which still, you know, being in the limelight on occasion, for, for the most part, I recall, he got a PHD in English. Well, he had those commercials that ran forever. Tell them you mean business. All right. Like I said, he was still in the spotlight, but he did you know, he was a, a PHD professor, I believe, and he thought it one of the California universities, right? I wanted to mention a couple of things when you were talking about favorite WBZ radio. Personality. Yes. No. I can recall Larry Glick to some extent, and the click Knicks and shooting people off a year, and that sort of thing and Bob Raleigh, I not only caught in a few times, I got a couple his pens, Steve Elliot co called on occasion. Right. Postal and Jordan rich of my, my, my favorite, norm. Nathan yes in because not. Well, first of all, let me say it was not only his his demeanor. I mean, the guy was totally unpretentious just laid back, some of the things he would do from the standpoint of in fact, he would say opening up that the studio was somewhat Godley but not overly tation, he'd record his people. And play the, the fro type creek creatures croaking on in the spring on the air one night. Somebody fell asleep on hold and norms us. Softly, singing lullaby and goodnight. And then back to periodically doing the same thing you know they're dumb birthday game. And you know, it was kind of interesting to listen to it from the standpoint just knowing whose birthday it was on that date. But, you know, you all you do it gets the age of whatever celebrity had a birthday on that date. Right. And, and one night the song going into it wouldn't play. So he. Producer over there. Trying to put the words together to. And I forgot his own song. You know that it's just that sort of thing that I was in a situation at that time. We're gonna wear I was teaching fulltime at one private post high school Saudi institution and institute, I should say, not institutions, but also teaching part time at a branch of Penn State. University, part time branch of Kent state university part time. And my mother had developed Alzheimer's. And so I was trying to juggle that altogether because my father out with her because, you know, he was just overwhelmed with it. And, and what it would, you know, come Friday night, Saturday night. I I'd be laying in bed listening on. Honestly, there at least two or three occasions where or I almost fell out of bed laughing. I mean it wasn't anything that, you know you look back today and say what's funny, but it was just letting loose with left, or at something dumb that he would say or that, you know, the way things would go or what have you mean dumb in terms of making fun atom. I, I mean dump from the standpoint of something comical, that he would say, well, just just to just as I say about the, the guy on the phone on hold and fallen asleep. And you know him singing while a buying good night. You know, it's just a sort of thing that we handled things, but. Norm. Norm recognized stick by Shiite. Thank you. How to go with a moment and take it to a funny place. You weren't expecting it but it drops in your lap. And you can either halted go that enorm- knew how to go with it and pull up with that by saying that two people from WBZ called me back one time, nor from the standpoint of he said, you want to go through the news and rather than put you, you know, going put you on hold for the news. We'll call you back. What you did. Right. You know after the news but in Jordan, rich he had a guest on one time. And I wanted to follow up with that guest and try to get that guest on a local radio program, and Jordan was kind enough to get the guys phone number and the other information and call me back. And like you said, he's one of the best broadcasters voice is one of the best. He is the best in Boston. But I'm saying nationally. A lot of radio. And he's one of the best nationally. Okay. But all the and I really appreciated the tributes that Jordan did to norm to north passed away. Oh, and the other thing I mentioned, as far as best, Sean co best JAMES BOND with Sean Connery, and really the JAMES BOND movies to me were among the best. If not Debashish secret agent side. Type movie escapism, and I don't care how everybody loves the born movies. They're okay. But the not JAMES BOND. To do what the JAMES BOND movies did. And they have achieved that any of them in, by the way to me. And I guess it's because it was my youth. And really, it was the last time really that I went to movie theaters. They might use. The magnificent seven. Yes. Had to be the best cowboy movie ever made. And it's a mad mad, men med world had to be the best comedy all bar. None. The all star cast that they had. And you know, Jimmy Jimmy Durante kicking puck? He literally kicked the bucket. Dying. And, and that's the freezer used for kicking the bucket when somebody died and he was dying. And he just kicked the bucket. That was the beginning of the movie. And. What, you know hurry up. Wait when you're making a movie waiting for seeing to be blocked and set up on the sidelines any four five six of those people. Can you imagine the stories that they would tell me? Oh, that was phenomenal. You're absolutely right. I mean, you know what was it jury lose driving down the street and Spencer, Tracy lost his hat and blue down on, on, on the highway and Jerry Lewis sees that goes any other definitely run over the hat, and that there was a cameo Jerry Lewis wasn't in the movie to be in the movie. That was just a cameo. I know but what I'm saying is they just had so many people there and, you know, like we talked last week about the cameos of gene, berry in terms of Burks law. Yes. Tammy. And you're right. I mean I, I used to watch that show. Not so much for the plot of the story line of the mysteries. Because that's what they said. But it was seeing who was on there. And and you know what they look like then it's too bad that somebody doesn't really I mean, I mean, other than the, the Hollywood type news type shows like, oh, what's ones that have? You know that actually are news type program rather than a storyline. We know what I'm gonna do. I want you to remind me in case I forget when I have Neal Sabin on. And he's the one who's in charge of meat TV, I will ask Neil saving if he can insert that show, either in their fall or winter schedule. Burke. You don't wanna do that. Tell you. I took down my antenna, as well as stopped, watching television. So, so I'm gonna have to call back up in the attic, put put the antenna restring, although the wiring to the TV and really I wouldn't be able to get it on. Because part of the reason I, I stopped, watching television was because the when when they switch to from analog to digital and you got the two free remotes, and of converter boxes. Right. I unfortunately, went with Magnavox and used to be a quality name and evidently, they sold out to some Chinese company only realized that, and they all their equipment, but, but they it didn't last very long the convertible. I did not have any buttons on whatsoever. So you couldn't even turn it on turn it off. What a loan, you know, you move the channels up and the remotes, they wanted, I think it was like twenty five bucks for remote. And I wasn't about to, you know, spend twenty five bucks just a remote if I can talk Neil save it into letting TV. Acquire Burks law. Yet your TV situation back up and running. Right..

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"steve elliot" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"To the firefighter community as well. And that's where we pick up the story with Tim again and Tim, how did you find this book? And where do we go from there? Well, what happens is the my friend, Steve Elliot, and I Steve's a former marine. We would trade books back and forth. I read a book, I'd give it to him, he'd readable. So under he came and gave me this book and he says, you should read this book Clinton side, note proof that marines read. There weren't. We can exist. So Steve gives me the book brothers forever, and I was actually reading it. I was jogging on the treadmill at the gym as I'm reading the book. And one of the things that Colonel Manion had done in the book was he actually talked about travis's visit prior to a second deployment to rescue one. And in the book talks about that a former marine. Gave him the tour and you know the story as it goes as I'm Rena I nearly fell off the treadmill because I go. I remember that night. I was barking yeah. You know they're talking about me. So I call Steve and I said, I'm in the book. He goes, what are you talking about? You're not. In that I said, remember the part where talking about the former, he goes only got it. Is you. And I told my wife and she's like, I remember you telling me about two marines visiting you at the firehouse. So what ends up. I read the book and I was to find out that you know Travis, Brandon had. Had been killed, and I was like, holy, I met this guy. Yeah. So at the back of the book, it says for more information, visit the Travis Manion foundation website. I go on the website and I kind of expecting. I hear about all these different foundations and you think it's, you know, they have a golf outing every year they give thousand bucks to some college kid going off to college, and that's pretty much a lot of these foundations. But then when I realized what this foundation had become very, very impressed with what they had done in about not quite ten years. And what I did was I had contact us. I sent them an Email and I said, you know, to concern, my name is Tim Sullivan on the former marine that was working when Travis came to visit rescue one. And I said, I'm not some nut job. I really am the guy and I, what I do is I talked about remember what I remember Travis, but I talked about what I remembered of the friend that was with him. And I said, you know, I remember this guy. He was a helicopter pilot and to kind of prove myself crazy loon trying to give them a hard time. Right? And I said, look, I just want to express my condolences. I did not know until just now in early twenty fifteen that Travis had been killed. I'm express my condolences. So about a month goes by and I don't hear anything. So I kind of figured off into the nother world and then Colonel Manion received Email back from Colonel Manion. And he says, dear tame, we've always wondered who you are. You know, it'd be great. I'd love to sit down with you and have a beer someday. And my reaction was, well, I like beer. Reaction. I'd love to sit down and have a beer with you also. And then we look into it and it turns out there's a there is a golf outing every year for the foundation, it's around the anniversary of travis's death of usually the last Monday in April or so and Steve Elliot, and I decide we're going to, we'll go down and we'll play golfing will donate to the cause. And when we went down to the Gulf outing, we decided we were going to pay our respects from not just from us, but also from the fire department. Stephen IRA both members of the VFW post. So we came down and we actually the the fire helmet that you see there..

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"steve elliot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Roof to talk about your estate planning your elderlaw planning your financial planning tom cock of talking real money he's going to be explaining finances to you in good times and bad and we have steve elliot from capstone trust gonna talk to you about fiduciary services all those experts in one room get the information to protect and preserve your hard earned assets and pass them along while making sure you're covered in the event of your disability or your spouse's disability you've got to protect yourself start with the facts you're going to learn so much at the retirement roundtable august eighteenth at the maiden bauer center get your tickets and all the details at your partner in law dot com it sells out fast every year go to your partner law dot com kudos to the duds lynnwood mazda customers for sharing your great reviews on how we performed for you your reviews means a lot to the doug team we work hard to put your interest first no gimmicks just plain straight talk to earn your business it's your trust in our good name that really matter doug's lynnwood mazda easy to find two hundred twentieth and highway ninety nine between edmonds and lynnwood online at doug's mazda dot com family owned since nineteen seventytwo whoa what do you have there it's a reason irvy's frozen yogurt we just had our robot make one perot bot major frozen yogurt yes from recent irvy's the world's first fully interactive robot vending machine that serves six flavors of delicious frozen yogurt ice cream alonzo or sorbet with six amazing things and it's available for an exclusive franchise opportunity wait you mean i can own my own reason these robots and generate revenue at the same time these robots are the.

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"steve elliot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

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"steve elliot" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"For the first time in its history sailors from britain's royal navy have performed the famous changing the god ceremony outside buckingham palace it involves the old guard handing over the duty of protecting the palace to the new set of god's which are usually carried out by a regiment from the army this report from jane front his kelley april from all around the world witnessed this historic event the royal navy for the first time undertook these ceremony lg teeth which are normally undertaken by one of five foot god regiments that form part of the army household division left tenant kamanda steve elliot it's believed to be the first cat ten of the queen's guard from the royal navy thin for walter raleigh during the reign of elizabeth the first now he explained why they are undertaking these duties now is a great opportunity for the royal navy imos return you're the royal navy right to the campsite into everything we've had this year and all sides to coincide with the commissioning of formal questioning of isthmus cleanly smith you know my team of what really really hard to get an cells ready for it is not something we would perhaps be traditionally famous throwing the navy i marching but the guys in what really automatically be politika check tonight and abel cnn alex stacy who only joined these service in january said it was an extremely proud moment i and he turned up in january and unofficial training in july since still very nee in the navy says is definitely a great honor and privilege to be able to decent and something like this and they'll be undertaking a third the gte's at st james palace the tower of london and at windsor castle jeanfrancis kelly outside buckingham palace finally centre lane one of the most remote inhabited places on earth recently became a little bit more accessible thanks to the opening of the island's first airport now as jonathan.

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"steve elliot" Discussed on WNYC

WNYC

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"steve elliot" Discussed on WNYC

"Out of the city and so the now forming both of those lots and i'm sure they're not bicycling for the third couple is lucie and steve elliot from victor montana he spend time with them outta they come to live in the tpc and a plays like victim in town lucie herb gone to graduate school an environmental studies the university of montana and early eighties and she became so frustrated with that what she saw as a bunch of academics twitter when there's bones that she drops out of school and start to work on this organic farm where she met steve and they benched the became the owners of it and they seem to be very i do listen but not duck manic about how they would make a living in razor family through duo the sooners a couples have guiding principles that they try to live by absolutely i mean steve in loosen in one of their kids when the let's have inspired by wendle barry they were in his business small scale agriculture so but what differentiates them from the up a two couple so you profile really the main thing is how long they've been at it these are the two couples have young children where is and you never know what will happen once those kids get into high school age of college age steve in lucie been doing this for thirty five years they have that first baby in the teepee in and montana but now that succeeded by even conventional standards i'm speaking with mark son dean his book the on settlers in search of the good life in today's americans published by river had brooks will continue a.

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