35 Burst results for "Stevens"

Bruins extend NHL-record season-opening home win streak

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Bruins extend NHL-record season-opening home win streak

"The Boston Berwyn added to their NHL record of home wins to start a season. Now 13 straight with a three one victory over the Tampa Bay lightning. Taylor hall started the scoring for the bruins just one minute and 7 seconds into the game were the first of his two goals. The lightning tied it at one in the second on a power play goal by Steven stamkos. It was his 999th career point. In the third, the bruins took the lead for good, two 49 into the period on all second goal of the game, a power play goal. And then with 41 seconds left in regulation, Brad marchand added an empty net goal for the bruins. Greg kede, Boston.

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Charlie Explains the Math of Maricopa Voter Suppression

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 2 d ago

Charlie Explains the Math of Maricopa Voter Suppression

"For the last couple of weeks, I've been pouring over the numbers. I say, how on earth did we get the projections that wrong? How did we get or we were off base and in reality we didn't what ended up not happening is 40 to 50 to 60 to 70 to maybe a 100,000 people based on the testimony today in Maricopa County never voted. They were turned away. The lines disenfranchised them. And Maricopa County has not given a micron of admission. To take responsibility, no, in fact, they blame me, they blame you, and they say, why don't you just vote early? It should not be a risk in America. To vote on election day. Period. It should not be something where you have to wonder if you'll be able to find a parking space. And the weeks that led up, Steven richer was asked by this program and many others, do you have the parking spaces? Do you have the toner issues set right? Cut 29 woman from communist Venezuela play cut 29. This is an honor that I can speak because I come from a communist country and I don't want this to become common this country. My family in Venezuela lost everything. And it was dominion machine somehow interesting. First of all, I would like to ask you about the supervisors. Please help me understand how can Cathy Hobbes couldn't say that if state be allowed to run for the election when she never kills herself, anybody? How is she allowed to run for a governor when she never accused herself as a Secretary of State? Can somebody answer this, please? I've been questioning, why is nobody talking about us over the media? She came from a communist country. She knows what comes next.

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Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk Spielberg's 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:03 min | 3 d ago

Sebastian and Chris Kohls Talk Spielberg's 'Raiders of the Lost Ark'

"We go on, you mentioned you got very entertained last week or you entertained yourself by porkins, one of the Star Wars characters, who is in raiders, right? Easy. Oh yeah, he is. Of course he is. At the beginning, in the college, one of the government agents. One of the men from the ministry from the defense ministry Department of Defense. That's poor kids. I didn't even that never clicked until this moment. That's amazing. Didn't either of you ever go to Sunday school? And that guy's face is colleagues face. It looks like he's eating a lemon when he asks. Such a superb scene. I mean, just the chalkboard, the headpiece of the staff of ra, and then he opens the book and magically, that book with 2000 pages opens on the page with a picture of the ARP, right? Just happens to open on that page and you know what, that's the great thing about those movies. I've never thought about how a magical moment that is until just now. It definitely occurs to me that that was weird. But, you know, back then, in the 80s, that was kind of how things were done. You just did things for convenience sometimes, but I'm watching this documentary how they made it. They put so much work into it. They really loved the craft of filmmaking. You know what's interesting about raiders in that documentary I watched Steven Spielberg says that George Lucas wrote Raiders of the Lost Ark based on his own actual beliefs about what happened to the ark. He wrote an adventure story around his own research about the ark believing that the ark is available to be discovered somewhere. Well, there is a theory that it is in Ethiopia. Have you followed that? Graham Hancock's book, there is a church in Ethiopia that says they have the ark and every year once a year, they bring it out and they have a parade, but it is covered in only one man is ever allowed into the sanctum. Are you familiar with? I am, yeah, yeah, I've read about this, yeah. All right.

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Feast and famine for Disney at Thanksgiving box office

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 4 d ago

Feast and famine for Disney at Thanksgiving box office

"A family film expected to soar at the box office this Thanksgiving holiday weekend was more like a flop. Wow. What kind of airship is that? Turkeys don't fly well and neither did the Disney animated film strange world, failing to gain altitude among moviegoers. It took in less than $19 million in its first 5 days in North America. Despite a reported production cost of $180 million. That kept Black Panther Wakanda forever, another Disney film at the top of the box office, then strange world, the Korean War epic devotion was in third place the menu in fourth followed by Steven Spielberg's the fable man's. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Steve Kuclo: Make Sure You're Staying Hydrated

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | Last week

Steve Kuclo: Make Sure You're Staying Hydrated

"Life act tips by our friend TC over a teenage in here He says listen if you're over 40 it's really important in the morning when you get out of bed to have a big glass of water He says dehydration plays an important role in blood clots strokes and heart attacks where most vulnerable in the morning when the blood is thick and sludgy like a mcflurry Easy life hack there right Steven you've got especially you spending a lot of your day working out and planning working out hydration absolutely key Absolutely key One of the things I think a lot of people overlook and I think a lot of people don't drink enough water just on a regular basis And in the summer you're going to drink more water than you do in the winter but you perspire just from breathing you're losing water just from basic daily activity you're constantly flushing fluid So it's very important to stay hydrated I shoot for like a gallon of water a day And that's gallon of water in the water And there's times when I'm getting ready for shows right before I'm drinking up to two gallons of water a day pretty much just living in the bathroom but the idea is it's keeping I had a colonoscopy recently I was living in the bathroom too

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The Origin of the Diaconate

The Bible in a Year

02:23 min | Last week

The Origin of the Diaconate

"Let's look at this. This is chapter 6 of the church. The church begins essentially. Jesus said he built his church upon the apostle Peter on that rock. And here in chapter two, we have the day of Pentecost and the birthday of the church right there. Now here we are four chapters later in chapter 6 and already, there are some issues. There are people there are factions on later on in first Corinthians will see even more kind of factions that are even greater in fact, we're going to see that in the apostles. But here's the first one in that first one is some people are being treated different than others. And that is not good. But it is not unexpected if that makes any sense. Because while the Holy Spirit is the soul of the church, so it's divine. The church still is made up of human beings. Who can fail, who do fail in so here we are. So then what happens to the 12 summoned the body of disciples to say, because it's not right, that here we are is the 12. We shouldn't give up proclaiming the word of God to serve tables, although that's really important to take care of the widows and orphans. So let's choose 7 men who are of good faith when basically this is the beginning of the deakin it. So the Greek word here that Luke uses is those to serve, so it yaku noi, or dacus, that's where in the Catholic Church we have deakins and I know in other churches they have that role of deacon. There's something to note about the role of deacon, but one is that they were anointed or sorry ordained very clearly in verse 6 that says these they set before the apostles and they prayed and laid their hands upon them. So that sense of here's an actual ordination. It wasn't like someone just chose themselves and said, I'll do it. I'll serve and they go off and go, no, this is actually an order in the early church. So the apostles knew that they were the episcopal, the episcopate, or the bishops. They knew that they were the Roy or the priests, and you have this yakini, or the deacons. Not only that, but the very next thing says that Steven, one of those. One of those deacons, who is ordained to serve a table, what's the next thing? The next time they're mentioned, it says that he is full of grace and power. He did great wonders and signs among the people, basically, he goes out and starts preaching and starts healing, and you're like, wait a second, bro, you just were ordained to serve at table, but here you are doing this. Supernatural ministry, which is remarkable and incredible. That maybe wasn't what the apostles had intended, but it seems like that was what got it intended

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Republicans Miss Opportunity to Reach Generation Z

The Officer Tatum Show

01:39 min | Last week

Republicans Miss Opportunity to Reach Generation Z

"Getting back to this article by Evita Duffy, who just says, listen, Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy literally handed Generation Z over to the Democrats on a silver platter. She makes the case for it. Guys, do you recall? You guys may recall this. And we were all feeling good when we saw this. You know, we've worn the shirts. We've said it, let's go Brandon, so on, et cetera, but do you guys recall? Remember this. Remember this, when college students were at college, football games, in their stadiums, and they were saying, forget Joe Biden, but they were using another F word instead of forget. And we were looking at this as Republicans as conservatives and saying, oh my goodness, they are waking up on college campuses. Surely, surely someone besides Charlie Kirk and Steven Crowder are gonna be on these college campuses surely, right? Surely, surely they are in C has a squad out there to take advantage of these college students that feel disenfranchised. Surely Kevin McCarthy surely run a McDonald's. The Daniel Shirley Mitch McConnell have a plan to go ahead and make sure that we get some of these young college voters who are obviously upset who see that COVID lockdowns are completely un American and they're turning against the very president whom likely they voted for. Many of them. No, we didn't do that. We didn't do that.

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Big Money Donors Reject Donald Trump

The Officer Tatum Show

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Big Money Donors Reject Donald Trump

"This GOP mega donor, ditching Donald Trump. Was a really interesting article. And it's from the New York Post, so take it or leave it. But it was interesting. I'm going to read it to you because I think it lays out very succinctly whoever wrote this. And what we're looking at, and let me read it, it says more and more big money bundlers, which is a dumb word. Oh, abandoning former president Donald Trump's bid to return to The White House in 2024 in favor of the rise in GOP start like Florida Ron DeSantis. It says two New York based billionaires, a meta mogul, a metal mogul, Andy Sabin, and the private equity CEO, Steven schwarzman, have each spoken out against the 76 year old Trump in recent days. This is a quote from Sabin. He says, I'm not giving Donald Trump an F and nickel. Saban, who contributed a $120,000 to Donald Trump's unsuccessful 2020 reelection campaign. So he only gave a 120,000 of Trump, but he said I'm not messing with Trump no more and he gave his reasons. He also said, at the end of the day, people stay away from Donald Trump. He endorsed candidates who were not successfully unnecessarily qualified unless they said, I love you, Donald.

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Doncic, Mavs blow big lead, hang on to beat Clippers 103-101

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

Doncic, Mavs blow big lead, hang on to beat Clippers 103-101

"Luka Dončić scored 35 the Dallas Mavericks blew a 25 point lead but hung on to edge the LA clippers one O three one O one so the Mavs improved to 8 and 5 while the clippers dropped to 8 and 7 Mavs coach Jason Kidd says the team continues to find ways to win close games Things just weren't going our way but we didn't like self destruct We just stayed together Dorian Finney Smith added 21 for the mask while the clippers were led by Paul George with 23 Nicholas platoon had 22 Bob Stevens Dallas

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 Man who inspired Spielberg's 'The Terminal' dies at Paris airport

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Man who inspired Spielberg's 'The Terminal' dies at Paris airport

"An Iranian man who lived for 18 years in Paris's Charles De Gaulle airport has died in the airport that he long called home Died after a heart attack in the airport's terminal two F the Iranian man saga idly inspired the Steven Spielberg film the terminal starring Tom Hanks Naseri lived in the airport's terminal one from 1988 until 2006 first in legal limbo because he liked residency papers and later by apparent choice For years necessary slept on a red plastic bench making friends with airport workers and showering and staff facilities Many said the years of living in the windowless space took a toll on his mental states in

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On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.

AP News Radio

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.

"On this week's AP religion roundup In the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish schools and houses of worship Hollywood takes a constructive look at anti semitism in America Last week the FBI issued a statewide alert in New Jersey That spurred heightened security at Jewish synagogues and schools Public warnings about threats against Jewish institutions aren't unusual Now TV and film studios are turning their focus toward the uptick in anti semitism We were gonna make Steven Spielberg's semi autobiographical film the fable men's focuses on the director's family and the roots of his film career Fables actor Seth Rogen says he relates closely to the movie segments on anti semitism I'm very aware that the only reason my family is in this country is 'cause people hate Jewish people and we're trying to murder us He says it's shaped his own life and career Honestly I think it is very meaningful that of all the things Stephen could put in his film and focus on his life that he chose to include the story of kind of overcoming antisemitism On the small screen viewers of the calling on the peacock service quickly learned the new show isn't a typical police procedural This job it would be easy to lose faith in humanity Detective Abraham is a scholar of human behavior from his study of philosophy and his orthodox Jewish faith This is not a detective that I've ever ever seen on TV And I also didn't think that will come on TV Actor Jeff wilber spoke to AP about his role as a Torah cloning detective In a Jewish detective was biggest strengths is believing in humanity and this is what leads him to solve the most inhumane crimes Matthew tinker the show's executive producer says he hopes the show will help dispel hate and misunderstanding It's beginning a conversation which at the end of the day is what leads to any acceptance in this world I'm Walter ratliff

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Trump ally Tom Barrack acquitted of foreign agent charges

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Trump ally Tom Barrack acquitted of foreign agent charges

"A longtime friend and ally of Donald Trump has been cleared of any wrongdoing in connection with his dealings with the United Arab Emirates during the Trump presidency A New York jury is acquitted Tom barrack on all counts The California billionaire who served as Donald Trump's inaugural committee chair had been charged with acting as an unregistered agent of a foreign government obstruction of justice and making false statements Prosecutors had alleged barracks scheme to become the eyes ears and voice for the United Arab Emirates as part of a criminal conspiracy to manipulate Trump's foreign policy He also got the UAE to funnel tens of millions of dollars into an office building he was developing and an investment fund Among the defense witnesses saying there was no wrongdoing former treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin The not guilty verdicts touched off a tearful celebration in the courtroom barracks says he's thankful for the U.S. justice system I'm Jackie Quinn

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How Capital Misallocation Warps Money With Steven Lubka

What Bitcoin Did

01:42 min | Last month

How Capital Misallocation Warps Money With Steven Lubka

"It is good to see you again really enjoyed our last chat. It tends to be the way somebody comes on for the first time and you have a great conversation. So when can we get you back and when we're coming back, Danny said, we've got to get Stephen back and he's going to work on something for us. He's going to prepare an article for us. About the misallocation of money, which is right now, couldn't be more apt in terms of a topic because we are seeing the insidious impact of the mythical misallocation of the money right now. Globally, locally. Domestically, so but why did you want to tackle the subject yourself? I mean, it's a lot of what you just said, right? This is this underlying dynamic that I think is just baked into the system, baked into Fiat, baked into the way that we approach money and we approach investment and all of the financial abstractions that have been built on top of that. We just have abstractions on top of abstractions. We have derivatives on top of derivatives. And we've lost sight of what is the core purpose. What is the real purpose of money of a financial system? Why do we have a financial system? Why is finance good or beneficial? What is money do? And we've taken it to have a reality of its own that money has its own existence. And I'm going to kind of argue and kind of make layout some principles that money's existence is terrifically important. It's an incredible institution, but it's interrelated with the real world. It's interrelated with all of these other things.

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Duggan throws for 3 TDs, No. 7 TCU beats West Virginia 41-31

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last month

Duggan throws for 3 TDs, No. 7 TCU beats West Virginia 41-31

"Men's dug and threw for three touchdowns kenry Miller rushed for a 120 yards in a touchdown His number 7 TCU defeated West Virginia 41 31 TCU now 8 zero had four big plays of 50 yards or more in the game three went for touchdowns TCU coast sunny Dyke says his team grinded out the win When that game is on the schedule to begin the year I think all of us knew that it was going to be a tough one in a grinder and we were fortunate to win today West Virginia quarterback JT Daniels through for 275 yards and two touchdowns I'm bob Stevens

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Kris Jenner Prostitutes Her Daughter for Playboy

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:58 min | Last month

Kris Jenner Prostitutes Her Daughter for Playboy

"The other day, I see this beautiful picture of Kim Kardashian when she posed for Playboy. I mean, just beautiful. Black and white pick, she's laying on her tummy, her ass is up and I mean, she look gorgeous. It was a few months after her sex tape was leaked back in 2007. And the article it turns out was about the fact that her mom was so fine with this and Kim was so easy to take off her clothes when the shoot didn't call for that. I mean, she's stripped down through a birthday suit and the guy photographed it. It was like, oh, we don't even need. We don't need what Steven waito, who's shot the best of everybody. He's like, no, middle aged. It's okay. Stephen Wayne is shoot from that shot. From that show, that fall, whatever the hell, it shows her looking sultry, she did a great job of, you know, posing, you know, like, it's like she was a model beforehand. But she looked fantastic. So recently, it came up on her show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and she talked about it, and basically, Steven Weiner says that her mother wanted Kim to do Playboy to promote the show. Okay, but at that point, the only thing she was known for was the sex tape. And then Chris Jenner's reaction to her daughter's work, you're doing amazing sweetie. Oh my God, that went viral and became its own mean. Kris Jenner even tried to all she did. She filed to have that catch phrase trademarked.

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Are We Actually in a Recession? Charles Thorngren Says YES!

The Trish Regan Show

00:27 sec | Last month

Are We Actually in a Recession? Charles Thorngren Says YES!

"Go down here to Steven, who's asking about whether or not we're in a recession. The administration keeps saying we're not in a recession. And God help me if I daresay we are on social media, but anyway, Charles, we're not on social media right now. So what's the answer? Are we in a recession? By definition of recession, yes, we've been in a recession.

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Arizona's Stephen Richer Ran on Election Integrity, But He Failed

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last month

Arizona's Stephen Richer Ran on Election Integrity, But He Failed

"I want to get to your story here though Molly very important and I'm so glad you wrote it. Thank you for writing it. Against this really snake of a guy, Stephen Richard. You said Steven richer ran on election integrity. Now he's accused of lawbreaking and politicking. I called him an accused criminal yesterday. Tell us about it, Molly. Yeah, so Steven Richard. So first of all, Maricopa County in Arizona is the second largest voting district in the country. It contains 62% of Arizona voters. So the person who runs elections in Maricopa County is the person who kind of controls elections in Arizona. And of course, Arizona being a swing state means it's a very influential nationwide role. This guy, Stephen Richard, ran, pretending to be a conservative Trump supporting Republican. He ran multiple audits. He had no experience running on it, but he ran multiple audits on Maricopa County and the guy who was the Democrat had of elections there prior to 20 20 when Stephen Richard won and was elected on this platform that he would kind of deal with some of the shenanigans that were happening in Maricopa County. The moment he gets elected, he immediately renounces his previous positions, defends the integrity of his predecessor who's now running for Secretary of State of Arizona as a Democrat, defends the integrity of everything that happened in Maricopa County, including, you know, this is a state where millions of dollars of zuck box went into the election administration. That's where private entities took over government election offices to juice up Democrat, get out the vote operations. Richer, this guy knew that was going on in critiqued it when he was running for office, but now defends such activities.

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Point scores in OT, Lightning top Panthers 3-2

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Point scores in OT, Lightning top Panthers 3-2

"Brayden point second goal of the night gave the lightning just their second win in 5 games this season Three to two and overtime against the Panthers Point ended it by scoring a power play goal two O 8 into OT about 90 seconds after Matthew chuck was whistled off for slashing and boarding Point also tied the game with 9 29 left in regulation Steven stamkos also scored and Andrei vasilevskiy stopped 35 shots for the bolts Kuchuk and Rudolf balzers with the lamp for the Panthers I'm Dave ferry

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"stevens" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:02 min | 4 months ago

"stevens" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"To you by Mercedes Benz. This July we're celebrating dynamos. Women who led dynamic lives that shifted evolved in bloomed, often later in life, eventually achieving the success they were destined for from the start. Today's will mannequin actually found her passions early, but she didn't rest until she found her niche and brought all her expertise to a role that fit her like a glove. Please meet Kimberly Stevens. My name is Kimberly Stevens. I'm a senior truck side aerodynamicist for the Mercedes AMG, petronas, Formula One team. I work with maximizing the performance of all of the surfaces that you see on the car. Kimberly grew up in a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, called rexville. It's very safe and very pretty and the schools are good, but I think I would also call it pretty boring. Everything looks the same, all the houses look the same. Let's be honest, the people all look the same. I was much more interested in other stuff, even as a young person living here and I was really fortunate to find a group of kids as friends who were also interested in less suburban things, shall we say. Kimberly got a job baking bagels. On the weekends, she and her friends would take the money they earned downtown to Cleveland's art scene. This exposed her to new experiences outside her suburban life. It helped her gain the confidence she needed to invest in an unexpected passion. Cars. I still don't have a good answer for where my love of cars came from. Apart from that, I always have loved them. There are stories of me not walking very well. That's how young I was and just like running away from my family to go look at a car or a motorcycle. I think it may have been the sound, even now, what really gets me excited about anything motorized is actually the sound. No good reason why I like cars other than I think maybe the best reason, which is I was just born to like them. Kimberly followed that love to Ohio State where she studied aerospace engineering. She quickly realized she could apply the concept she was studying to her interest in cars. She put those skills to work her freshman year when she joined an Ohio State student project developing a land speed car. It was called the Buckeye bullet. So it's really long sort of pencil shaped thing comes up to your waist and hide it most. We were a little bit like the black sheep of the Ohio State student projects, there was several car teams there. And they all have like between 20 and 50 students involved and we were the bucket bullet. We had this massive electric car and we were like 12 kids that work on it. So we were a little bit weirdo nerdy kids. Test runs for the Buckeye bullet had a lot riding on them. The car could only be tested out in the Bonneville salt flats in Utah. Out there, away from the garage, it was nearly impossible to repair any major malfunctions. And the team had several high profile sponsors banking on it. And so if it just finishes in a ball of fire like that's really bad. In August, they hit the salt flats for a trial run. It did not go as planned. The car started leaking bright teal gearbox fluid. Out in the salt flats, the crew had no way of fixing it. That was it. Week over. Kimberly wasn't going to give up. The team regrouped repaired the car and set off again in October. This time was different. The Buckeye bullets had a land speed record, 321 mph. While she was still in college, Kimberly worked with Honda research and development Americas. She used her knowledge of aerodynamics to optimize the car's systems. Whether the goal was to get a car up to speed on the highway or make sure washer fluid hit the windshield just right. Kimberly was on the job. Just a few weeks after graduating, Kimberly's love of racing took her across the Atlantic. She signed a contract to work in Formula One racing in Switzerland. 7 years later, in 2013, she joined the F one team at Mercedes Benz. Formula One wasn't a straight trajectory. We won a few races, but it was still a bit of a low key existence. You know, even though we were Mercedes Benz, they had had quite a few challenging years. They weren't at the front. Even if you look back at pictures of the team gear we wear. You know this is our team gear now. It's this lovely white pressed shirt. That's what we wear at the track and back then it was polo. So you know, we looked a bit ragtag. Kimberly and the other members of the team got to work. She remembered her lesson switching years when the Buckeye bullet hit a dead end. And then 2014, goodness me, did we have a weapon of a car? Before long, the Mercedes Benz team was on top. And we basically won everything. And that's success more or less continued for 8 years. The team became a lot more polished in appearance and in operation. And we had a lot more scrutiny on us. Once you win a single time, the expectation is there that you will keep winning. Kimberly knew that working at Mercedes Benz was an important step towards changing the industry she loved so much. The only thing that really matters to Formula One is the performance, right? It is about nothing else than making two cars go fast. In the end, if you're good and you work hard, that's all that matters. All that matters is you and how much you can contribute. So, you know, when I joined the sport, there were not a lot of girls around, and in particular, in the engineering disciplines. Some Mercedes has taken a really big effort to recruit people from lots of different backgrounds. Her dedication goes beyond making sure Mercedes Benz shines on the racetrack. Kimberly and Mercedes Benz are working to ensure the company is a place for folks to live dynamic careers. Where anyone can achieve their peak performance. You know, some of my proudest moments have been in the more higher profile situations that I've had being with Mercedes Formula One at the track. There's a part of me that knows that girls are looking at this and thinking, yeah, totally possible now. Whereas it wasn't necessarily like that, even in the early 2000s, when I was a kid, you didn't watch racing and see a lot of women around. Kimberly's learned from her time at Mercedes Benz that success requires determination. When the going gets tough, she remembers her team's motto. Imagine your counterpart in our competition. Do better. If that's how we win. You know it's something that I kind of have lived by in particular when things get a bit hard or you're a bit tired. And you think, oh, I want to give up, you think, no, because maybe the trackside arrow, at Ferrari, they're still finding performance or they're still doing something. And if I give up, no way, not happening. All month, we're talking about dynamos. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram at will manica podcast. Special thanks to Liz Kaplan, my favorite sister and co creator. Talk to you on Monday.

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"stevens" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"stevens" Discussed on Broken Record

"Was it you and a guitar just finding a key and yeah, it was mostly like that. I mean, I had a new guitar. I mean, every new guitar has its own song within it. And that's another thing. But there was a favorite guitar of mine, which was black, heavily brothers, Gibson. And I wrote most of my songs on there, but then of course I had a little Italian organ which sounded really crappy. You know, but it gave me so many ideas. I just pressed a button there was another one and of course when the up synthesizer came out, wow, that was another whole kaleidoscope sound for me to play with. But really, I kind of jumped from guitar, sometimes the piano out of piano upstairs in the house and my little organ. And that was it in my little tape recorder and I was off. There's no obstacle to me writing at all. You're a very muscular guitar player and very rhythmic. Unlike a lot of folk music of the day, you've got a really strong beat and what you do. And the same thing on piano, like when I think of miles from nowhere, I didn't realize you'd played that piano part. It's a really great bluesy part. Who are the players that influenced you because you've got such a aggressive rhythmic sound on both instruments? I don't really know. I mean, that was I suppose Ray Charles. You know, if you listen, his voice, I mean, to be honest, that's the voice for the blues. I mean, incredible. So I was influenced by him. I was also influenced by Nina Simone, but I couldn't play piano like her. But she did play wild piano, though. Sometime you listen, you know, Mississippi goddamn bang. You know, she does it as well. So in those kinds of songs. And then, of course, you've got sadly, so if you can go to my classical side and you can see I'm sort of very soft, very gentle. On the piano as well. So I took on different moods, but with a rock song, of course, you've got to bang it out. That's what I feel. And were there any guitars that influenced you particularly? Qatar is, oh, I suppose looking back at the time, Peter green, you know, oh well, army, that song. I think you can hear a little bit of lady dub on the veil in the way that I play that. You know, that little lick on the guitar, I'm pretty sure it was influenced by Peter green. When it came to the groups, I mean, I thought Keith Richards was a terrific guitar player. His riffs, he loved a riff, you know, you go back to kind of how in law for that kind of thing. Were you the kind of kid who sat there with the radio and figured out riffs as you heard them? No, in fact, that was one of the real, I would say motivations for me to write songs that I could not work out the chords and it was just too tedious to even bother to oh, I was changing too quick. What's that word? Oh no, I can't even hear it. So I dropped my own songs of forget about learning anybody else's..

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"stevens" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:47 min | 11 months ago

"stevens" Discussed on Broken Record

"Pushkin. Since debuting in the late 60s, Yusuf Cat Stevens has made a sizable contribution to the folk cannon with tender, contemplative songs, like wild world, moon shadow, and the wink. I listen to the wind to the wind out my soul. Where I end up where I think only God really knows Yusuf Cat Stevens journey as a seeker and a musician is closely tied to his near death experience, fighting tuberculosis as a young man in 1969. After spending a year recovering, Stevens began to write songs at a staggering rate. By the mid 70s, he had released 8 studio albums and become one of the defining singer songwriters of the decade. Teaser in the fire cat, one of those classic 70s albums was recently reissued to celebrate its 50th anniversary. The new edition features remastered versions of the original album, along with 41 previously unreleased demos and alternate mixes. On today's episode, Bruce settlement talks to yousef about what it was like to perform his old songs after he converted to Islam in the late 70s. They also talk in detail about how Stevens wrote and recorded teaser in the fire cat. And they talk about how he came to love some of the rough versions of his songs that appeared on the soundtrack for the movie Herald and maud, which was also just recently rereleased for its.

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"stevens" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Stevens of dvr broncos and zach before we bust into all things von miller and trade deadline. I'll have with the broncos. Of course seeing the news about henry rugs. I mean it doesn't matter if he's in the division. nfl whatever. This is always just a really really tough story to take that henry rugs was involved in charged with the d. with dui resulting in death. That's a tough story man. Yeah i mean a story that you never wanna see regardless of you know if it's even an inner sport let alone in the nfl or let alone within the broncos division just a terrible situation where you know he's being charged with a dui resulting in death like you said And it's it's awful that that that happened and just this morning. That happened but Yeah i mean it. It obviously impacts the the broncos and the football. I in the raiders as well because the broncos still have another game against the raiders and man i i wouldn't think with this at least that the broncos will be playing against henry rugs this year. Yeah no doubt about it and again it just seems to be part of his not that they're comparable but just a another situation for the raiders to try to have to figure out. It seems like it's been that way for a few years now. But we'll we'll keep our eyes peeled to see this guy's they said it's an ongoing investigation. So sure maybe more will come out on the store. Zach stevens joining us from dmv broncos zach. Yesterday was a was a pretty big day for the broncos. Well apparently they're you know vic fangio now. I don't know they had a you know we moved on from von which is bittersweet. Because i think if you're looking at it from if you're just a straight up fan person van boy finger whatever your because my wife looked at me and she goes. Wow that's so sad. Why would we do that. And you know my wife's not digging into into the xs and os of it guys like us act sophisticated guys of course Look at that and say man. Second third round. Pick for a team..

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"stevens" Discussed on Insider Interviews

Insider Interviews

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on Insider Interviews

"When it comes to be to be at a fear level at petit gic level. No it's the same concept in need on between b. and beat ac- but down on the ground of course we're talking about a very different buying process which is nbc to be. Which is why. I love be to be. It's more complicated. it's longer. It involves more individuals. All of whom have to be engaged with an influenced. So it's a a different animal. Well let's talk about verticals then. Is there a difference in marketing services. As a business versus You know consumer goods to vendors or distributors in this context. No the the big difference is purchases that are made by a single individual versus those that require multiple parties and an example of the former would be typically ecommerce mail order and the the the the business categories might be services but more likely it would be like replacement parts on the supplies and other product and service categories. That don't require a lot of people involved in the decision when it comes to raw materials professional services technology other business process oriented purchasing manufacturing those typically involve a large number of people and so the whole sales and marketing function needs to support that just to wrap it up and i'll pay homage to your first book which was about a trade event and event. Marketing i just got back from my first in person conference in almost two years. Thank you podcast movement. It is really great to have the chance to see people up close and personal and then also you know. Put my hands on some products at a booth at work gloves the whole time. No kidding todd and meet some of the reps and i did not shake hands but that human aspect again just circling back but of course in in your book and another famous ruth rant and i think that should be a new column is that there were many booths. That did not sort of jump off the page at me. I didn't get what they were yet. Beard shaking your head. People say that this book in two thousand and five. It can say mistakes so especially with bead be when you're communicating something complex. We have to be mindful of that. So what's a lesson from as we hopefully get back into more in person or event areas that we can take away from that book. Yeah let the impetus for writing. That book was exactly the story that you're you're mentioning where i would be on the show floor walking up and down the aisles and trying to decide which booth to approach and have a conversation with and the clues that are available to make. That selection decision are primarily about the messaging behind the person who standing there if the messaging is buzzwords. That don't convey a good reason for why i might be interested in having the conversation. They're not gonna get me to stop. and then. The other big pet peeve that i wrote about was once i do decide to stop at the booth and i say so. What do you guys do anyway. When the rep at the booth did not have a cogent value proposition. To explain why i should care. And how they're different from their competitors internal shining the practice So i'm seeing a through line here and it starts with the very first thing we talked about with your your linked in. Don't be a jerk rant. Don't be as you're on the show floor. Don't be show floor. But it's also the fact that you can't be too light hearted and do sort of like a clique. Beatty sign even on a show floor because there were also booed set were brightly colored and in lovely banners. But maybe there was a smiley face. It said have a nice day. I don't know what your product has. An right can't be too complex and go for the jugular either in your messaging. So again brand has to come through but with that story with that clear message and with helpful information. That's gonna draw me in so that's on the show floor on social in personal selling in our content a nice wrap up that the theme that has really threaded. Its way through our conversation today. Yeah well thank you for this conversation. Ruth stevens Professor stevens taught us all a few good lessons. And thank you for all that you do and your three books and for ranting and love it. Thanks so much he'd be well. I hope you got some good insider's scoop from this episode of insider interviews with me ep moss. If you enjoyed this content please feel free to buy me a coffee at by mia coffee dot com slash moss appeal. And i hope you'll follow insider interviews on social media and let me know if you have a question or a suggestion for a next stellar guest in media marketing and advertising speaking of stellar. My theme music was composed and performed by the incomparable grammy-winning. John clayton if i can help you with your company's podcast please find me at maas. Appeal dot.

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"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

"Happy chocolate day. Die bar day happy. Macaroni day do the days of days friends shut up to jerk monaco for scoring original music for the first degree producing team. Caitlyn cleveland taylor. Rogers announced antioch for podcast. One source for this episode. Include reporting for the cumberland times news by teresa men and mike sawyers excellent excellent job covering this story c. n. h. i. news. Wbz news court documents and as always are frustrated. Read guests are always largest source. It's time for some straight talk because let's face it. Tax returns could look a little bit different for a lot of people this year. But you're still going to get a lot of noise in your air about how you should spend it so the big carriers start trying to get you to splurge on the latest nonsense just tune it out and rock out with only the best deals spend it on. What makes you happy with straight talk. Wireless you can get a samsung galaxy. Fifty-one for just one hundred. Ninety nine bucks so you can listen to your favorite music wherever you go. Plus get the forty five dollar unlimited talk text and data plan with no contract on america's best networks up to fifty percent less. Come on start the year on a high note tuneup. Nonsense and tune in to straight talk. Wireless straight talk wireless. No contracts no compromise. When generic gerardo suspected her husband was cheating. She secretly recorded him and heard the proof he was having an affair. Why do they get to be so much. And then genera began recording herself revealing. How and why she was about to kill two people will new south of delaware generic darren the thirty two year old one of the big questions. Any mental health professional struggles with is isn't everybody who commits murder mentally. Ill too which most of us would say. No not necessarily from podcast one. I'm barbara schroeder. Writer director of flicks is evil. Genius introducing bad bad thing shocking story that made headlines around the world. Subscribe to bad that thing at spotify apple or anywhere. You get your podcasts. He turned me into a monster. Because he doesn't really think about the ben thinking about mcdonald's all day can't get it off my mind talking already toast. Got my mind on my mouth and my mouth ready for some mickey days deal. There's a deal for every moment at mcdonald's right now get to your favorites for just three fifty makes magic. Classic mcchicken a hot and spicy mcchicken or a juicy mcdonnell price and participation may vary cannot be combined with combo meal single item at regular price. Look staying healthy isn't easy watching your diet hitting the gym avoiding stroke put a good night's rest helps boost your overall health and wellness and couldn't be easier. The new sleep number three sixty more pet is the only man. That effortlessly adjusts in response. To both of you result you wake up ready for anything. Proven quality sleep is life changing sleep during our lowest prices of the the new queen's sleep number three sixty to spark bet is only eight ninety nine only for a limited time to learn more go to sleepnumber dot com..

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"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

"Is something that really really complicated this case and a complicated the public perception of megan even further and honestly. It's not a good look at all. So it turns out that. On december twenty eighth of two thousand seventeen a week before alex's death he had opened what's called a quote unquote transfer on death account but the firm that handled all of his investments so he had one hundred eighty eight thousand dollars in this account and during this process alex designated someone new as a to a hundred percent of his money and you can go ahead and guess who the new beneficiary was. If you're guessing megan you'd be right and again not a great luck you had made her. The beneficiary and believe wasn't investment account. I'm not sure if it was an insurance policy or investment come anyways choosing beneficiary of of a lump sum of money hundreds of thousands of dollars but it was awkward. not getting was one of the motives someone. A series pitched was that it was a killing In the motive was money related so we thought for a while that money was involved. Maybe maybe they were lovers and that he wanted to do this. The change of insurance or money around to to give the her as she was planning on that being kind of a motive for killing. That was one of the theories that was pitched out there. The transfer funds to meghan was completed on january. Six two days after alex's death and you have to imagine what it was like to be alex's parents hearing about all these events that unfolded denying that your son was suicidal than finding out that this one hundred eighty eight thousand dollars is in designated to this girl. Yeah they were not happy. You lost your son. That's awful and then this is just the kick in the teeth where it's this like. She had to have done something. There's something here or she or he was under her spell or something along those lines. Well i mean think about this whole case so far right there it's why would you have done it. Like what the hell is going on. And it's like okay. Well now. here's your motive like there. It is it's money and like there's a reason for if she did have a hand in what was going on. Well that's fair but here here's the thing they're not married so it's not an automatically default. She gets his money. They've been dating for three months. He went in and made this proactive effort to transfer his money to her upon his death and then he happened to die of civic leader. Possible suicide a week later. It's almost like he planned. It is my point in all this. Because i really feel as though he planned to kill himself that night i i mean all of the signs point to it. Include this is the nail in the coffin of that theory. But then you could look at it the other way like what billy just said is like or did she have him under some sort of a spell and was like kind of controlling the situation on her end. Like you could like everything else. In this case you can look at things both ways and they kind of make sense. But then also don't anything's possible. That's true anything's possible but it looks bad for megan again. People are just in the public hearing these like reportings in the news. So it's like. Oh my god and she plus she benefited by one hundred. Eighty eight thousand dollars. Of course they're going to think she's guilty so you're probably wondering if you're listening. Alex was a coast guard academy dropout us. Twenty four. who what twenty. Four year olds. Have this kind of money savings. Yeah it's a lot for his age and having no job right other than like re we'd use as or wherever. He just works for fun. But according to an interview given by alex's father the money was from his great aunt who didn't have any children of her own so she put money into a trust for him. when i was turned eighteen. The money became his alex. Who's good with investments. He was frugal. He didn't spend it so needless to say when alex's father found out about his sons money being transferred to meghan he requested a court order temporary restraining order on the money for vent megan from touching it and the stevens listed several reasons for this restraining order including quote. It appears the activity taking place in the woods surrounding pine swamp road was planned for a period of approximately two weeks during which time the descendant and making schaefer focused irrationally. On this event the document also states alexander. Stevens was quote not of sound mind or capacity when he executed the transfer. As time passed. Alex's family filed motions to extend the restraining order on the money which were granted so naturally. The police wanted to understand the connection between this transfer of money to meghan and alex's death and you've got to think there had to be one right especially we we watched so much crime in listen to so much true crime. Oh yeah it seems like there has to be but the parents are also in this difficult situation because they're trying to say he was not sound of mind which potentially could lead towards a Effecting the case against meghan by saying that he was suicidal. You know what i mean. So they're kind of help them out. It doesn't help them out there but and got these parents at his field. This whole case is filled with contradictions. Yeah because it's all like motive based like the biggest thing with me so far. I know we're not necessarily at like the condemning megan phase but she has no motive like this was his initiation of the money. It's not like she took out a life insurance policy on her husband like she's just as passive sort of and she would have the motive if he transferred it to her than she does have the motive. She might not even known about it. That's the thing it's like. She could not have even known so. We'll have to see you know but again it's just one of these amazing curiosities about this case right. So months are continuing to pass. And the case continued to age with no significant developments in the case and the speculation and curiosity continued. So people batted theories and ideas around read it and social media as they do especially in cases that happen recently and then on september eleventh of two thousand seventeen a little over nine months. After alex's death there was a development and it's hard to say whether onlookers believed this was long overdue or whether this was a surprise development coming out of nowhere. The megan was arrested. She was charged with second degree murder manslaughter and also assisted suicide. So all of those things at once. I didn't know that you could charge people with multiple hunting country each other. That's that's the curious thing where it's like. She did something. We're not sure what so. Needless to say when the state brought charges against meghan it's almost as though they themselves didn't know what they were accusing her of but they cover their bases by charging her with murder manslaughter in assisting in a suicide with. This indictment indicates that they believed to be guilty of contributing to alex's death. But how and why. They didn't know and they didn't really care to explain these initial charges. Every step of the plane that led to alex's death seemed to be artfully crafted by alex himself even prepared to have his money transferred to megan upon his death the trial of megan shaffer for the death of alexander stevens would be one that drew the eyes of the community as well as the ir next week the travel seduce the public in the testimony from megan which called into question everything we thought we knew about this case. You'll be here for it. you'll love it. You'd better stick around for part three and we finally. I mean this is going to answer the a lot of the.

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"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

"Days into megan's recovery and the inexplicable death of alex the community was struggling to understand what had transpired the biggest question. How did alex end up with that. Fatal knife wound his neck. Theories and speculation ran wild every day. All something new In some type of theory people were again. Still were confused because no one knew the truth. We kept hearing rumors of what may or may not have happened with so many outstanding questions. Law enforcement with need to get insight into alex and megan's lives both separately and in terms of their relationship and when it came to alex's relationship with meghan some of the reporting refers to them as boyfriend and girlfriend some refers to them as x.'s. And some refers to them as friends so the truth their relationship could be any one of these three possibilities or a mixture of all in one important thing the police want it to look into. Was this idea that alex may have gone into the woods that night to kill himself which begs the question. What was meghan doing there with him while she's supposed to die that night to wishy there for moral support or something unknown so in part one. We explained how alex's best friend since middle school stephen moon discovered alexan- megan's cars and had hiked a hierarchy to look for that in his early conversations with the police he theorized that alex had gone to this location to kill himself. Surely this idea must have come from somewhere. There must have been some indication that alex was experiencing. Something out of character had entertain us in some way before. But here's something strange out. His father later said to the cumberland times news. He said quote a never never ever thought he was suicidal. I know my son. He had all these plans to do things. He purchased all these toys for the cat. He speaking directly in reference to the cat found at high rock probably defending this idea that possibly alex was going to hurt the cat right. He had purchased all these toys for the cat. But what's really weird is that it's our understanding. That stephen was at alex's parents house when he offered these theories about suicide on the evening of january fourth in front of alex's parents so what is the truth was alex demonstrating odd behavior. Indicative of suicidal issues are not in. That question could only be answered. By digging into alex. Stevens how he behave in the months weeks days prior to his death so law enforcement obviously wanted to know everything. So who is alex stevens. What's the story. What does he done whereas he ben what we could find online about. Alex's early life primarily came from his obituary in the cumberland times news. So alex was born in cumberland in nineteen ninety-two he participated in activities. Like the eagle scouts. He loved camping in the outdoors and high school. He was involved in school. Plays musicals in concert choir and was said to have a very fine baritone voice and.

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"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

"Hypothermia and all that kind of stuff could have definitely. I mean you. You have no idea and the trauma it's like you just don't know what kind of state of mind your end to be asked these questions that they're taking account of. Yeah absolutely. I think the she had no sleep. She'd like stumbled with a broken back through the woods in naked. I think like your perception totally in the rain. I think your perception of what had occurred i. I wouldn't want to be quoted verbatim in a police or let me tell you that much i'd be like you let me talk to anyone well and then also i mean. Listen to her on the nine one one call to. I mean. she's barely talk. Her teeth chattering like she sounds like she's five years old because she's just so fucked up you know so fucked up. She's fucked up. Yeah and as far as whether first of all you're the first thing you learn in from from any lawyers you never talk anyway now but whether she had a family or their friends there to tell her that don't talk because she very well. I mean if you broke your back and had gone through all of that. I got to think she was on some kind of pain medicine being in that hospital. And then. I don't begrudge the police for for asking but you also have to have some backup of from your family saying don't you know. Just don't talk well. I think something to consider here. And i think we have to discuss our theories in an ongoing sorta degree through the course of these three episodes is that at this point. The police probably thought more people were involved. Are there other people who were there. I mean i think they're just grasping at anything. Explain alex's death in not necessarily even trying to suggest that megan is the culprit that it is unethical. It's unethical to question people Megan's back was broken or shoulder was broken. They put her in one of those neckbraces in transported her in be ambulance that way like as if she had a spinal cord injury if that person is so hurt then they shouldn't be questioned in in quoted for the record. You know it's just no sleep coal. It's not like they're trying to find alex anymore. At this point like you're not trying to figure out what happened to try to locate him to make sure he's okay or not like they found him and he's dead right so it's like do. We really need to push her to do it day one. It's like you're not. You're not trying to get information to try to find. Somebody like there could be in your could be another killer out there. There could be a killer on the loose. That's true i guess sure. Yeah it's just nothing makes sense. No no of course the question here is could make. Injuries have hindered her for remembering what happened. Was she filling in the blanks with guessing. You know her story was sort of outlandish so apparently the reason why they continued with questioning her despite her injuries was because it was determined that megan didn't suffer any brain injuries so they got the green light from medical personnel to question her. So of course is a possible that she was totally lucid in. Her mind was sharp. And should we simply line cover things up. That's possible but who knows another thing worth asking is also whether it's even possible to cut your own throat. I mean we have to pressure test megan's accounting of events while a simple google search which i did. We'll reveal that it certainly is possible and it's happened several times but it is relatively rare when we're talking about suicide and you also have to realize that at this point this was day one of rescue day one of body recovery. No autopsy had been completed so the decision to pursue this ordeal as a homicide investigation. Came from law enforcement. Simply looking at alex relay when they found him in observing his wounds as they were with the naked eye. So we have to ask. Is it premature to label this a homicide based on what we know so far of course. These are all rhetorical questions. We don't know. I mean things are still unfolding so there are other possibilities at play that law enforcement would need to consider so whether or not megan had been victimized and whether alex had in fact died as a result of self defense. Another possibility was whether or not other people could have been involved in this or responsible for killing alex. I could still be out there and thinking about this practically if we're pointing the finger at megan is the murderer. Is it even possible that she could have overpowered alex to such a degree that she could have cut his throat without him fighting back at all. At this time this would have happened. 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"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

"Last week. We took you back to january of two thousand seventeen to the depths of the savage river state forests in maryland which was the scene of two missing hikers. At first it was thought that twenty year old megan shaffer and twenty four year old. Alex stevens had taken what's referred to as a suicide walk to leave the world together. Their cars were left at the base of the trail. Had alex's cat was found in a carrier a mile up the trail on high rock cliff ritualistic items were also found in the form of candles knives and personal items their search for them was already underway with a nine one. One call from megan came in. She was alive broken into a home to find a phone to call for help. She was rescued shortly thereafter. She told them she and alex had fallen off the cliff together. Two hours later alex's found he was dead not sustained certain injuries. That couldn't be explained by a fall is throat had been cut. Knife was lying on the ground near his head. Here's the exchange between law enforcement that we left off with in part one helped you. Pc goldman this is pretty good. Hey can you put a text out for me. please The person that we were looking for work we wanna work this but the deceased individual was located on property and the investigation will now be homicide. Marilyn's take place. We'll be taking The story that began as a case of to sing hikers had then transformed into a possible double suicide and was now being approached as a homicide investigation and meanwhile word of the bizarre circumstances of this case was spreading odd items indicative of some sort of a ritualistic act found at the scene a detail that onlookers clung to and this story and all the twists turns questions in contradictions was becoming more intriguing and mysterious by the minute. And that's because the small town had never seen anything like this before our first degree from last week. Jonathan is still with us. Megan had been a mentor of heads. And even though he had reported to the scene that day as a volunteer firefighter he still struggled to understand the bizarre details of this case himself. We know that she was not closed. We know that he looks like apparently fell. We know that there was some satanic things that could have been involved. They talked about animals in cages. They talked about candles some. I think what's really really weird. And i mean people can do whatever they want to but for normal human beings. That's more caning ritual things in the woods. I keep saying we're royal because we are nothing like this ever occurred in this area and this took the paper by storm. Because obviously but i'll be very honest. They picked up on the small things high.

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"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

"Our communications pc with the speaker help you. This is garrett county nine one one on transferring a caller to you reference to some laws hikers. Believe in in savvy river area should be there when i hang up. I believe Hello we are currently looking for to individuals and we believe that they're lost somewhere in e. I guess river reservoir Right around the savage river trail okay. Location maryland's savage river state forest fifty four thousand acres of rugged terrain located in the north and northeastern part of garrett county with more than eleven thousand acres of the forest haven't been designated as state wild lands. The exchanges heard was made at approximately two am on january fourth of two thousand seventeen. The nine one one caller was connected to garrett county nine on one dispatch but then transferred to maryland's department of natural resources police. The caller went on to share specifics about two friends of his who are believed to be missing. He referenced a specific spot within the savage river state forests. An old fire tower at high rock according to all trails dot com. Hi rock is at two point. Two mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near granville maryland that features beautiful wildflowers and the hike is rated as moderate. The caller continued and described to the dispatcher. How to find the entrance to this trail three yellow gate off a western port road. Caller had the coordinates at this location in his phone which he shared with a dispatcher. Alex alexander's lady's name. Megan schaefer that's yeah h at your okay. Your name even live steven to even with the b yes okay mood and twenty year old megan shaffer and twenty four year old alexander alick stevens were believed to be missing lost within savage river state forest. The caller is stephen. Moon one of alex's best friend since middle school you do some research on the status of alex and megan's relationship you'll find different descriptions based on where you look some sources referred to them as boyfriend girlfriend some call them friends and some refers to them as excess who were now friends either way. They were close. The real mystery was how exactly these two twentysomethings come to be lost in his dangerous wilderness in the middle of the night and more importantly why according to meteoroid ports the search for alex began with his twin sister tristan and she called stephen moon looking for her brother when she couldn't reach him. Stephen hadn't heard from alex either and without talking to him or knowing with certainty. Stephen could think of to places where you should look for his friend. One location was a local cemetery where he and alex used to hang out and have picnics together. The second place even decided to check for his friend was high rock at savage river state park at the top of the trail. There was a ninety foot tall wooden fire tower and according to stephen he believed iraq was a good place to look because recently alex had steven to send them coordinates to this location. The entrance to the trail head to high rock was forty minutes from the residential areas. Where they all lived. When stephen arrived to look for alex it was eleven thirty. Pm it was raining and the temperature was hovering around forty degrees in what he reached the base of the trail head. He spotted two parked vehicles. One was the two thousand ten hyundai tre. And the other was a two thousand six nissan. Three fifty z. These cars belong to stevens missing. Friends and nissan was alex's and the hyundai was magazines but there was something strange about the state. These cars were founded when stephen approach. Megan's car he observed that the key to mccain's car was actually turned to the on position. The car's lights were on and the radio is playing and there was a cellphone on the back seat. Alex's nissan z had the hood propped open and it was covered with some sort of liquid chemical and there was a bottle of motor oil on the roof. Down your enough. I saw this at the base of a trail head with witchy headlights on and a key turned on the radio playing. I'd be like that is good. It's straight up out of a horror film and also they whatever liquid chemical. That's all over the car. I would be scared. The car was about to blow up. Yeah honestly. I think we need to look at this as we go through the sequence of events. I think we need to be a discerning when we look at this. Because stephen moon pursues them down this trail despite seeing this creepy scene and i think that's very interesting. It's also because you're looking at this every time you come upon one car. That's on another car. Whose hood is open. You're thinking that art. Something must have happened. They might be. Somebody lost charge. They need to you. Know there's something wrong with one of the cars with the people go into the trail or would they go looking for help. Yeah we're that we're the going. There's no there's no world in which this scene is a good one right so the discovery of these cars validated stevens. Hunch that alex probably here and apparently meghan was with them and they'd likely hike this trail too high rock so using only a cell phone camera to eliminate the path in front of him. Stephen hiked more than a mile to the top of hierarchy towards the abandoned fire tower. We're in the middle of the night. And once she. He reached the intended location. He made some very startling and concerning discoveries he found melted candles. He found a backpack that he described as covered with liquid. That felt greasy. The backpack was filled with men's and women's clothing and he also spotted a container of motor oil. He also saw look to be a cat in a cat carrier. So a cat carrier one of those handled plastic boxes with bars in the front that you use to transport your pet to the vet. So his friend. Alex's cat scibilia this newly adopted feline was up here on this cliff in the middle of the night all by himself. And this is a new adopted cat. So stephen is thinking what the hell is going on here. The scene undeniably had concerning and very ritualistic undertones. So when stephen reached the top of high rock he was yelling for alex. A- megan as loudly and for as long as he could and he looked for them in the immediate proximity to where he was. He had no success finding So he turned around and he hiked more than a mile back to his car. And he took alex's cat with him. Stephen moon had reached the gate to the high rock at around eleven thirty. Pm and and his called nine one one was at about two am. So according to the reporting in the cumberland times news. Stephen was in the presence of alex parents when he made this worried call. He relayed the strange findings and the circumstances to the dispatcher and provided a description of the couple alex he's a white male with block longer hair and he wears glasses and megan as a white female with dirty blonde hair so the dispatcher obviously has follow up questions like does the missing couple have their cell phones with them and stevens says that efforts to contact them via cell were not successful. You remember steven spotted a cell phone in the back of megan's car. Stephen also provided more puzzling details. It's believed that. Alex and megan also have two ferrets and a small dog with them. So the cat. Stephen discovered was not the only pet that alexan meghan brought with them on this strange adventure this night. So it's.

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"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on The First Degree

"Thank you. Well glad that we decided on that may or may not be wearing a hat. Okay all right well. That's enough of that. So let's remember lights and turn up your anxiety because this could be.

"stevens" Discussed on SharkFarmer Podcast

SharkFarmer Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on SharkFarmer Podcast

"Been twenty four. That's a quick turnaround from graduating buying your own clinic. It was two and a half years. I said it. Yeah and i was the first person in my veterinarian class to buy a practice oh did you send out an email going. Not under boo boo. No i e mail going. Don't do little scary terrifying absolutely terrifying. But i tell you. My grandpa was very supportive very instrumental in that decision making process and it was a good decision just terrifying. was this. hey i'm going to go ahead and build us over here. Hey my own shingle or were you buying somebody out yeah. I bought my mentor out. And so she had built a clientele base and had the facilities so it was pretty easy transition. Was this planned. It was not surprise. At least not on my part. I don't know maybe she had planned down but i did not get imagined. It would be incredibly hard to start out with that customer base. It is yeah it absolutely. Tell me about stevens. Veterinarian clinic. So we're a mixed animal practice. And that means that we see everything from dogs and cats horses cattle. Pigs might tell people that. I'll see anything except for a snake they creep me out. They have no legs and they are unnatural. So well i mean. That's that's an opinion this. Yeah it's my opinion. it's your damn business right. So have you seen the word stuff like an iguana no. I haven't seen in gone as i've seen ferrets hedgehogs hamsters rabbits that sort of thing. I had a parrot one time. I was really excited because the owner said that at talked to mike are at girls. We are going to teach this parrot a word while we're here cuss word. Yeah i was really excited. I'm like oh so all day we're thinking about what we're going to teach this parrot and he came in just for a nail trim and that little booger grabbed my finger with his beak and wouldn't let go and.

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"stevens" Discussed on SharkFarmer Podcast

SharkFarmer Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on SharkFarmer Podcast

"Come out and they are trying to recruit students. So i asked great. I'll go see what clubs want to join. there's thousands of people on the quad. And i started crying. I call my mom's. I'm coming home and locked my keys in my car. It just a terrible terrible day but thankfully my parents are like you're staying you'll get through. It'll be fine and it was a lot of people. Don't know a blackhawk is it's a school outside of kiani illinois. It's a junior college. But it's i would say nationally known for sure for their livestock their lives talking and equine program. They have a great agronomy program. Great soils program or culture anything We just got accredited for a veterinary technology center. So anything aggravated that campus has. What was the decision to start there. Oh it was pretty easy. My mentors husband actually is the agronomy teacher out there so it was pretty easy transition to go from galveston blackhawk him. Blackhawk teachers are very active in the local high schools and recruiting so going back to your mentor. Her name again calling lewis a. She was a female veterinarian. She loves was that fairly rare. I don't know what the ratio was when she went into veterinary school. But she i mean. She graduated in ninety six from that school. So it's a hard question to answer. But do you think if that veterinarian was a a male whether you would have become as interested in becoming a veterinarian o i think so. I've had a lot of mentors throughout the years. You know i live over here in wyoming. He's absolutely phenomenal and he is. You know definitely been a guiding person for me as well so there's a lot of mentors out there with dr cuyo. I never got to know him. Yeah at the end of our hawks. He got while the dr ryan bought into this. Is he still going. He is okay. They posted a lot of high because we weren't very good farmers. Well i think if you're gonna do hog medicine you're gonna post a lot of hogs regardless of the farmer. It's not you pigs like to die. Posting is an autopsy it is and it can be very informative and we them and small animals well and we were talking over the break where you were talking about a story where someone didn't know. The anatomy of a certain animal. Cadaver is also a cadaver with animals. Yeah so your first year veterinary school that you have Four cadavers work on a horse. A cow Cat and a dog when people say hung like a horse. It's true that's a story. I like the story i laughed. I thought it was funny. Because if you've never been around horses Certain parts of their anatomy wool. Surprise you. Yes yes and it's interesting to me that there are Mature adult out there. That don't know what these certain parts are and where they live on animal and they're immature adults. It will make a joke every damn time. They see what that is very true. Very true it's also true. I remember when people would come through the hog buildings. We give tours. And that when they poop in front of people or the p. in front of people i mean they just they go nuts. Oh my gosh look look. He's pooping it made me realize how i don't know i don't want to say out of touch era but how it's second nature for us to see that in how unusual it is for them Yeah i had a student with me just a couple of weeks ago and she had never touched a large animal. And i always just shocked so we went out and we were examining a cow. She never touched a cow before which is fine. But it's just mind blowing to me and it makes me feel very lucky with how i grew up..

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"stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"stevens" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Stevens picked up more than 1000 wins and 17 Northeast 10 regular season titles in her three plus decades career at the school. For a new game is coming to a golf course near you. Have you ever heard of Fling? Golf? Pay attention? Get there. The creator. This is the names. Very guy. Alex Van Allen. All right, my man. Explain this to me a little bit because the game go. It's a lot like golf, except for instead of hitting the ball was one of 14 clubs. You actually fling the golf ball, but with a fling stick like lacrosse counts, And I think of it, all right, And you score the thing just like golf, Same strokes and you get all the benefits of golf. Nice walk day outside. You don't have to worry. About that slow backswing head down all that annoying Gulf stuff He throws hard as you possibly can. I'm like God, so it's a more intuitive game or natural game. And how about this? Alex Van Allen takes his invention to the shark tank crew, the TV show Friday night. That's gonna be nerve racking. Yeah, that's that's an easy question. Easy answer. Yes, good luck to you. We'll be watching going remains very true. Mulholland WBZ. Boston's news radio, Get me on that course 7 38. Let's check in on Wall Street, now electric vehicles or All the rage, But now we get a bit of a reality check from one big automaker more from Bloomberg business Here's Tom Busby. Well, Jeff Toyota says that 10 years from now, a decade away, most of its U. S vehicles will still run on gasoline. So your dad doesn't think electric engine orders will be cheap enough or convenient enough for most Americans toe own 10 years from now, it does predict the gas electric hybrids are going to be big sellers. Wall Street looking worried again today, Daph. You just right now down 108 points on fears about rising inflation and whether the Fed may have toe raise interest rates to cool the economy down and get price is lower. Mortgage applications rose by a little more than 2% last week on a bump up in new home purchases. Good news there. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. What's bigger than being an American icon about global domination? Maura honors for Taylor Swift? Yep. Details coming up. It's 7 39 here, not talking to yourself. Wow, you're telling you're smart speaker to play WBZ news radio on my heart radio. All of my concerns are disappearing. Thank you. Your roommates vacuuming for the fifth time today, But you have the $5 to Luca Cravings box from Taco Bell. So his back men might as well be the salt helm of purring kittens and your loud neighbors got turned into a telenovela with the beefy five of their burrito in ships and not toe cheese sauce, plus a medium drink. Okay, But you best something tomorrow with the $5 to Luca Craven's box from Taco Bell..

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"stevens" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"stevens" Discussed on Pantheon

"Save staying healthy. I know where we're dealing with a lot out there right now. A lot of stuff. That's going on a lot of a lot of crap around the country and like always we try to be an escape for you talking music talking with great gas like we have today will have ms carrie stevens author motto. Enterpreneur an actress to talk about her latest book. And one that i really really thoroughly enjoyed. And it is called unrated revelations of a rock and roll centerfold. What's going on kerry. How are they doing great. I'm just you know trying to stay sane like everybody else and Happy to talk to you and So glad i released my book this year because it lets me live in the past and My neighbor place could be now really is. That's a great statement. Because right now. I think a lot of us are living on the memories of the things we found. Joy isn't whether it's concerts whether it's traveling whatever it is. That's that's an excellent statement to begin the interview with yes. Thank you It's really saves the actually through all of this I never wet a person who believes in living in the past. I was always one of those people that you know. Point of power is in the present moment Kind of people. I believe in You know you can't you can't you. If you live in a truly in a moment you can't see depressed but if you worry about the future for the past you know you're doomed but i've since discovered that Well things have changed. Things have changed. That's the bottom line So yeah now actually. I'm very happy I'm so happy that i lived a life to the fullest. And you know my book as you know you've read it. There's so much in it. And i keep remembering so much more on whether i'm doing an interview or just randomly. I'm in the bathtub or something just so many memories. Come up from my past that And i'm not gonna say i took it for granted. 'cause i didn't i always knew while i was on my best life traveling all over the world and do crazy stuff. I knew i was doing crazy then. I this voice in the back of my head said someday you won't be able to do crazy stuff. I thought it would be to. Someday i'd be married and a family. I wouldn't or i'd be old guys traveled so much and i looked at old people canes own. I need to do this long. Yeah but yeah. I had no idea that we'd be Just not allowed to do it. Well we're going to get in all that. Because i really enjoyed reading this book And there's a lot to cover and one of the things that i really want to tackle. Is the things outside of eric. We're gonna touch on eric a little bit. Because we are music podcasts. It will be a little bit about it but there's a lot of stuff beyond your story with him. You have your own store. You have your own journey. That is quite compelling and very interesting because not a lot of people have lived the life that you have and there's a lot to get to and you know i always appreciate a someone's journey and someone's adventure in life because survive your life that i have not a lot of people have come out of it a success story and Not another hollywood trainwreck or another like byproduct of the seen And survival story earned. It's empowering well that's interesting that you say that because when you talk about empowering and i know that there's the first question i always ask every time we have a new guest but i do want to just touch on this really really quick when we do talk about eric there. Is that sense of someone in your life at a very young age. You're in your early twenties. He was really the first person that i believe really made. You feel empowered in really offered you. Support was prior to that right. I mean we talk about your parents in the book you know the dynamic with with the two different relationship with your father and your mother in there really wasn't a lot of support and there really wasn't a lot of you know uplifting intrinsic. Don't know if i knew ya. I don't think i knew what support wise until i had eric. And that no right. And that's a huge moment for you. That's like that really that moment. When you know. Eric is always supporting everything you wanna do. And it's always behind in support of unconditionally. Your whole journey in life really begins there right everything else before. That is just all kind of preparation in all kinds of. You know what. I'm glad we're not on video. Because i'm already tearing up on. Well you know there's something i've always South about what you're saying. Let's that eric's picked up where my parents left off see raised me. He.

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"stevens" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"stevens" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Serandon me the entire time And you know. I'm a sinner big time but i don't know how else i could be a place that i am and have learned the sense of gratitude that i have without a relationship with with the almighty through christ l. We'd be remiss To end this program without me saying after the phone call with you. I don't know what was it every day for a year. I don't know if i'd even be alive if it wasn't for you. I've never told the real full story here but when my son was paralyzed i'd just i couldn't do anything it was just wow and you. You held my hand Even literally We had some good experiences. Cashew explained everything to me. But i needed to hear it every day. So let me just save this and closing. Dave stevens has a story. The knee i mean. I hope you'll get this in podcast form and pass it on to someone who may need to hear it. David encourages people all the time. He helps us realise the we need to appreciate things that we take for granted ever thank god for feet that work hands that feel ab muscles to help you cough sweat that allows your body to regulate its heat. Now you might one day. Dave was discussing his traumatic life. Experience a friend who was really trying to put himself in. Dave shoes and understand as i am doing again and every time i hear it when he was done the man said i'd rather die than be in your condition. Now that's awkward and honest and interesting. I feel bad for that man. I think he missed the point. That was coming at him like a missile with a band leading the way. What makes you you. Does it have anything to do with things. Dave doesn't have or can't do if it does. You need to think again. If you wanna know dave secret. I'll tell you they has a living god who had plans for abe which were hard to accept and it took some time but he discovered the lot was left in life do enjoy when he didn't have the other stuff and dave has a guy to the sun with birthday dave's going to celebrate that this next week with some special friends some beautiful prayers fiance. We now know some great music and delectable food. don't let your nightmares win at all. Don't let your doubts about god and the church. Keep you down. There's just too much to live for because you don't know about tomorrow but you do know the one who holds tomorrow in his hands for church saying this is john bash. It's worth merry christmas. Well that.

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