23 Burst results for "Sturm"

"sturm" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

Eyewitness Beauty

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"sturm" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

"Like willing to do all these things that he's doing, he met waldman through a Saudi Arabian prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman, who's the country's powerful minister of energy in 2016. This is so random, but also so predictable. After he met this guy Adam waldman, he allegedly cut out most of his inner circle. And that's what he severed ties with his agent, Tracy Jacobs, after three decades. He bad vegan to him? Yep. Well allegedly bad vegan Tim, but waldman also was the one who helped him sue his business manager for failing to pay his taxes and his entertainment lawyer for decades for $50 million for malpractice. And this is according to a report in Vanity Fair. I was also cross checking it with another article in The Hollywood Reporter. But anyway, TLDR, the chief executive of Barbara sturm, and Barbara sturm's husband, is Johnny Depp's like crazy scorched earth attorney who got kicked off of this case because he was leaking confidential materials about Amber Heard to the press. And he's represented Russian oligarchs with ties to Putin. Nick, this is, I mean, I guess we can kiss our free $400 hyaluronic. Yeah, we're not kidding. We're not getting we're not getting any sun drops anytime soon. I know. Wait, this is also breaking news before Adam waldman Barbara sturm was married to Hollywood actor George Hamilton. What? Are you kidding me? I Googled Barbara sturm husband and on alame stock photos. It's her and Hollywood actor George Hamilton and his partner Barbara sturm pose and dusseldorf Germany in July 2009. He receives George Hamilton as the super tan one, right? Yeah. Oh my God. Known for The Godfather part three, rough riders, this guy is prolific. He's been in everything. If you Google him. Yeah, he's the birthmark. He's like super, super, super tan. They were married. Also imelda Mark. Hold on hold on. No judgment. I trust me. I'm not passing judgment on dating older men, but this, okay. Hold on, hold on. I have one more piece of information. Let's do it. Have you heard of imelda Marcos? Yes. She was the wife of the former Philippine president and dictator Ferdinand Marcos. She had like an insane shoe collection lived quite extravagantly while the country was not living like that. Imelda Marcos, this is according to the AP in 1990, allegedly funneled $12 million out of the Philippines through the actor George Hamilton. This is we're entangling a huge, where is this going, Nick? What are we going to do? I feel like George Hamilton received a $6 million loan $4 million of which was secured by his estate and Benedict canyon from Antonio florindo, a Marcos confidante, and then he undertook extensive remodeling of the home and misses Marcos instructed floriano to transfer the mortgage on the house to a shell corporation 84. The shell corporation was a secret entity used by the Marcos to funnel money to Hamilton, holy shit..

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"sturm" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

Eyewitness Beauty

03:43 min | 3 months ago

"sturm" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty

"This might just be a hot way to begin, but I feel like we've got a scoop. And far be it for us to bury the lead, right? Do it. Is this a real scoop? You're the one that connects with me. It's been reported, but I don't think within our industry. It's all coming together in a crazy way. Okay. I'm gonna try to get this right. I have, I'm currently arranging to have a lawyer, a California bar certified lawyer on the podcast at some point soon, just to oh my God. Yes, to fact check us, but okay, hear me out. Side note before I get into this scoop if you can hear my child, we have closed all the doors to my recording studio AKA won't shut the fuck up about it. We can just hear her a little bit, just let it be sort of texture for the podcast. Anyway, as I was saying, Johnny Depp is currently in a defamation trial that he brought against Amber Heard for an article that she wrote an op-ed for the Washington post, which is why it's happening in Virginia, the case. Johnny Depp's lawyer, up until 2020, was a guy named Adam waldman and Adam waldman is a Washington based lawyer. He was actually thrown out the case by the judge in the case because he was basically revealing confidential information to the press. I sent you some articles, miss creek bomb. I appreciate the help because you know that I'm always logged out of all of my subscribers. Media accounts. So what Nick did was he took photos of his computer screen, but that resulted in the wavy lines. I actually couldn't really read. Okay. So essentially this guy Adam waldman is by various accounts sort of like a svengali esque figure in Johnny Depp's life. He is perhaps the reason he left his very long time agent, several years ago. He is, quote, the chief architect behind Johnny Depp's just sue everyone strategy. His background, mister waldman's background is that he's had clients, including Russian oligarchs, and allegedly Julian Assange. And this was the one line of the article that got me going. Adam waldman is married to Berlin based jetsetter and luxury skin care entrepreneur Barbara sturm. Nick. I have to say, I was skeptical at best. Slightly irritated at worst that we kept on talking about this on the podcast. And then here we are. Here we are. Not only one direct tied to the beauty industry. And we'll get to the second. And we'll get to the second. We'll get to the second. Was he also a podiatrist turn skin care entrepreneur or is that just Barbara? Barbara was an orthopedic surgeon or something in Germany, turned skin to care entrepreneur, but I guess she was like studying inflammation or part of her research and practice was about inflammation in the body. So I kind of allow her the skin care expertise because of that. However, I've never liked her products. And I know that she's like, he runs, he runs. The company. He's the chief executive of Barbara sturm, so the chief executive of Barbara sturm. Is also Johnny Depp's personal lawyer slash the Rudy Giuliani to Trump is Adam waldman to Johnny Depp. He is the reason many believe that Johnny Depp is like having these public lawsuits..

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"sturm" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"sturm" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"So first brand that is just super popular, we see celebrities, other beauty editors. Well, not so many beauty editors, like influencers, talk about it. Barbara sturm, don't work for me. I've tried almost every product of her is honestly, I don't understand the hype. I've met Barbara. She's been lovely to me, but I just, like, a $300 hyaluronic acid serum is definitely not doing any more favors than like a $6 version. And I mean, I feel like the products have like a nice texture to them, and they feel nice, but I notice zero. And no changes to my skin. And especially for that price point, I just, in my head, I'm like, there's not a value there to me on any front, so I just can't recommend and yes, I have heard and I have mentioned this, the breaking beauty episode. I think we have, but we'll link it again. Another brand that everyone loves and I'm so happy it works for everyone. Beauty counter. I just have never found any of their products to work for me. Does everyone love it? Okay, I think maybe not in our circle, but moms love beauty counter. It's like a lot of my sister's friends that group who are very into clean beauty, love beauty counter, ask me questions about all the time. Do they buy it from a seller? Or do they buy it from just the website or Sephora at this point? 'cause you know they saw it Sephora. That's a good question. I don't know, but I do feel like I see people talking about the brand all the time. And I think it's like a go to for people who are trying to make the change to clean beauty because they know it's like an easy, well-known brand, or if you become pregnant and you're trying to find.

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"sturm" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

Gloss Angeles

04:32 min | 7 months ago

"sturm" Discussed on Gloss Angeles

"But I saw this and I'm like, oh, okay, 'cause I already have feelings. So I wanted to ask you. So I have a link here. It says, how do we feel about a $300 hyaluronic acid serum? And if you click it, it takes you to make up for women of color who is a superstar on Twitter. And she's actually an aesthetician, and she's I think 20 years old. She's a baby. But she is always dropping skin care advice and she posted this screenshot at Sephora or of us Sephora website and it's from doctor Barbara sturm and it says darker skin tones hyaluronic acid serum. And it is $300. Why? What are your initial thoughts? Okay. I'm sure that there's reasoning and I'd love to learn more about the formulation, but why does there need to be a specific hyaluronic acid serum for a darker skin tone? You should be buying in creating skin care based on skin type, not skin color. Like, and I know that it's different for things like hyperpigmentation. For instance, like if you have hyperpigmentation, if you have a deep skin tone, you don't want hydroquinone, because you don't want to potentially bleach your skin. And so many spots, right? So this started an entire conversation about marketing claims on Twitter. I also, okay, I'm clicking around on doctor Sherman's website 'cause I was like, how much is the just hyaluronic serum standard, one that she has $300? They're both $300, right? That's very steep. Okay, okay. Okay, so this is interesting. So basically everybody's dragging Barbara sturm on Twitter right now. They're like, the price is hell as deep, but there's an interesting episode of the naked beauty podcast with our friend Brooke, where doctor sturm explains the formulation of this line for darker skin tones. And I don't know..

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Kaprozov scores in 4th straight, Wild beat Bruins 3-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Kaprozov scores in 4th straight, Wild beat Bruins 3-2

"Correo Correo capris capris I've I've scored scored for for the the fourth fourth straight straight game game in in the the wild wild halted halted a a five five game game skid skid by by defeating defeating the the Bruins Bruins three three to to two two but but while while coach coach dean dean Evison Evison was was incensed incensed over over Trent Trent Frederic Frederic scored scored in in penalty penalty I I capris capris off off which which took took his his best best player player out out of of the the game game Matt Matt boldly boldly got got a a goal goal in in his his NHL NHL debut debut as as the the Boston Boston College College a a limited limited three three one one midway midway through through the the second second period period Nico Nico Sturm Sturm also also scored scored for for Minnesota Minnesota and and capital capital CAC CAC and and had had thirty thirty six six saves saves Taylor Taylor hall hall and and Brad Brad Marchand Marchand scored scored for for the the Bruins Bruins whose whose three three game game winning winning streak streak was was halted halted I'm I'm Dave Dave very very

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"sturm" Discussed on Pep Talks

Pep Talks

02:38 min | 9 months ago

"sturm" Discussed on Pep Talks

"Maybe that you could be asking yourself again just to get those those gratitude that gratefulness juices flowing and really help. I'm really hopeful that the examples in here today are going to help you in your day to day life to really be looking for. I mean that's that's a big piece of this. Is that we. We really want to be looking for the ways in. We have granted you know. Have little blessings in our life and there was a. I thought that i had here I had a quote. Yeah according to emmons and sturm 's they indicated that gratitude is noticing and becoming aware of blessings that we normally take for granted. So i wanna point out those words noticing and becoming aware yes blessings that we normally take for granted but i also think there's probably a lot of blessings that we just don't even pay attention to so again really taking the time to be mindful to be intentional to be looking for the blessings. There was a quote in the article. That said be thankful for everything you have in your life and know that you will always end up with more if you concentrate on what you don't have. You will never ever have enough. And i think that's just a very true straight statement. If we're looking for where things fall. Short things will probably regularly fall short. Where if we're looking for the ways that we're blessed. I think we're going to really see how blessed we can be even during challenging times. I recognize that we're wired to focus on what is painful and creating the habit of gratitude will be a real challenge and i'm hopeful that you're going to take the month of november to really hone in on this skill and really work to create this habit of identifying moments that you're you're thankful for in your life and i truly believe that you're gonna notice real changes in how you feel physically as well as how you feel emotionally by accepting this challenge of looking for for moments of blessings in your life. Thank you so much for joining me today. And i encourage you to do one thing today. Purposefully to attain true..

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Behind the Development of the Sternberg Triarchic Abilities Test

The Psychology Podcast

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Behind the Development of the Sternberg Triarchic Abilities Test

"Great to have robert sternberg on the podcast sturm. Rick is a psychology professor at cornell university among his major contributions to psychology are the arctic theory of intelligence and several influential theories relating to creativity thinking styles love and hate a review of general psychology survey ranked sternberg as the sixtieth most cited psychologist of the twentieth century. And he's authored a co-authored over fifteen hundred publications including articles book chapters and books. And even that bios a huge understatement of all eve accomplished. Hey bob so great to have you in the podcast today. Thanks reeling having me. Thanks for inspiring me to go into the field. So i i is. It seems fair seems fair. No that will thank you. Thank you so much that means a lot to me You know in starting this conversation today. We could obviously talk about the research stuff. But i wanted to start more at your own childhood because i think it's i get a real kick out of every time i read that you created intelligence test when you were in. Maybe even elementary school. Can you kind of tell me about that story. Sure when i was in elementary school i didn't created i did poorly on. Iq tests is a young kid. In the late fifties early sixties. They used to give iq tests every year to group iq tests. And i did very poorly on them and you might ask how i know since they didn't give us the scores. But when you get the test and you only finish one or two problems and everyone else's turn the page. It doesn't take a high. You realize that you bombed so when i was in sixth grade i was sent back to a fifth grade classroom to take an easier tests that they thought would be more suitable to my ability level and because it was a fifth grade classroom my was less afraid and i think i did better i in seventh grade. I decided try to figure out why did so much trouble when he just said. I did a project on development of the mental tests and i devised my own. I teach us the very famous thoroughbred test of mental gallotti's stone. Which i'm sure you've heard of in. It's so widely used still haven't gone along with everything else from winners

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"sturm" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"sturm" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"I'm eric olsen. I'm seven days. Join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollar company. Hey so this is recorded and we're going to. It's going to be used for the journey. To one hundred million dollar podcasts. A future episode and one of the things that we talk about a lot are our mistakes here. We we make mistakes to have a daily podcast. Put it that way The key here is less zone right So instead of like being done in yourself about the mistake you made what can you learn from it. How can you get better. I'm guessing that's probably happened to you once or twice. Are there any big lessons. Learned that you have either from like maybe like starting your business or pivoting or maybe even something that happened recently. Yeah thanks it's a. It's a great question and something that we talked about decent amount internally as as well as externally even socially i came up through the kind of the startup booms and busts and have worked in and with and even started more businesses that have failed than those that have succeeded. You know in some ways out here in silicon valley. That's a badge of honor like you. You know you. You can't know anything. Unless you've failed a few times. But i would say probably the best takeaway that i've had From all of this stuff and it doesn't have to be a colossal flame out. It could be making a social media post that either. Get some negative feedback or falls completely flat on. It could be something just in the kind of in the course of your everyday activity that that you would consider a failure is fail fast and then learn from those failures. So you know what didn't work about this. What could i have done differently and not be down on yourself and really the flip side of that. It's never going to be perfect so you know. Get something out there. Get some reaction figure out if it's working or not if it's not working take some lessons and then do it again and that's that's really really true in the era of crafting content for social media. And then i can't tell you how many things i myself have written professionally or personally where i'm like i just i don't know if this is right yet. You know i recorded this video in my you know my collars a little funkier or like you know right. I mean you know. There's so many there's so many things to nitpick and i think we're our hardest harshest critics but if you're gonna wait for it to be perfect it's never gonna be ready and if you don't get it out there then you don't get the benefit from advocate it out there so you have to take that risk. The i've heard people talk about this topic as like. Mvp the minimum viable product. Validating your business. And i i agree. I think that's extremely. Just focus on the core of your offering. Get that out there and frankly see if people will buy and put it out there and try to pitcher. You're gonna give feedback and you're gonna start pivoting tweaking for sure. That's the way to do it awesome. Hey i really appreciate your time if people want More of you if they want to reach out and Interact with you or find out how how they can benefit from maybe a future relationship with the. What's the best way to get in touch with you cut. So there's a couple couple of grace get in touch with me One is to visit our website. Which is just lp s dot co dot co and others. Contact information there. You can you know you can get on our calendar but another thing is we recently launched a five day marketing challenge for that wants to Really improve their marketing game. It's totally free. And i think you've got the url there l. p. s. dot co slash. One hundred million. And you know easy easy lessons to consume and then follow up exercises on each of those lessons for five days and after those five days. If you implement all of these exercises you will find that. Your marketing is significantly improved. Hey there eric. J olson a wanted to let you know about my book. Million dollar journey how to launch a seven figure business. This is the story of what it took for me to go from freelancer with no clients. No employees no revenue to growing a million dollar business. It took me eight years. And i made a lot of mistakes and all of those mistakes and more importantly lessons learned are in this book and we have chapter takeaways five to fifteen takeaways and you.

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Spurgeon scores 2, Wild beat Ducks 3-2 for 10th home win

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Spurgeon scores 2, Wild beat Ducks 3-2 for 10th home win

"Jared Spurgeon scored twice in camp Talbot stopped twenty seven shots as the wild down the docks three to two Ryan Suter collected two assists to help Minnesota sweep the two game set with Anaheim Spurgeon has three goals in his last five games since opening the season on a twenty five game goal drought really do much space suits yes thanks a lot my statement right and then the group I think every night there's always someone different and thank you Sir yeah we got a call that are smart vehicle Sturm snapped a two two tie seven minutes into the second period minutes after Max Comtois knotted the score for the docks the Wilder within four points of the west division lead after winning for the seventh time in nine games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Sturm scores twice, Wild beat Avs 6-2 for 4th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Sturm scores twice, Wild beat Avs 6-2 for 4th straight win

"The wild pulled away in the third period to defeat Colorado sixty two for their fourth straight win during the streak Minnesota has outscored the opposition twenty to six left wing Zach preset maybe we might pass Colorado tonight or tired of them maybe I don't know but you know we're gonna play some you know we haven't seen back SF we haven't seen Saint Louis in order to play some really good teams coming up and but will have to be ready for those guys Marcus Foligno delivered a short handed goal for what turned out to be the game winner the S. pulled within three to early in the third on a goal by Nasim cadre but the wild responded with scores from Ryan Hartman into from Nico Sturm the second of which went into an empty net Bruce Morton Denver

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"sturm" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"sturm" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Sturm on Alison Keys, President elect Joe Biden and the future First lady, Dr Jill Biden laid a wreath of the Korean War Memorial in Philadelphia this morning carrying it together. The Bidens Honor Guard and Spectators were all wearing masks, and the Bidens held hands during a moment of silence. For those who were lost. There was a gun salute and the Bidens put their hands over their hearts as taps was played well, CBS News now projects President Trump has one Alaska Georgia has ordered a full hand recount of the vote there. President Trump's insistence that he won't concede or help the Biden transition has CBS news analyst Fran Townsend confounded. This is inexplicable and embarrassing, because it really doesn't. There's no way to explain this to our foreign allies or adversary. She was a key player in the Bush to Obama handoff. CBS's CAMI, McCormick says. All this is playing out against the backdrop of a worsening corona virus pandemic, please for the public to take more precautions are coming from doctors right now the trains heading toward The cliff and governors like Wisconsin's Tony Evers, Wisconsin. This's serious crisis is urgent in Texas doctor Peter Hotez with Baylor College of Medicine. I don't think The American people fully grasp how dire the situation that we're in right now is and he blames politics in part and wants the CDC back in charge. Now, we can't wait till January 20th. We're going because too many Americans will lose their lives. Texas is the first state to hit one million cases. Coastal spots along Southwest Florida are bracing for Hurricane Adam. CBS News meteorologist Jefe Para Deli. The worst impacts are likely to be right over the Tampa Bay area. In fact, we could see as much as 10 inches of rain in some isolated areas, and that will exacerbate flooding concerns in and around the Tampa Bay area. Tampa's airport will suspend operations in just a couple of hours. Several counties have already called off school for tomorrow. Checking Wall Street right now, the Dow is up 86 points and the NASDAQ is ahead. 206. This is CBS News. Morning and welcome to.

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Founder of Dr. Sturm Skincare, Dr. Barbara Sturm

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

Founder of Dr. Sturm Skincare, Dr. Barbara Sturm

"So you grew up in East Germany like. Yes. Wow. How was that? What was that like? Does it seem like a distant memory now? Yeah. Because you know damned forty eight now but definitely you grew up in a in an environment where boggles matter friendship breeding matters inability matters no way that you can rely on on friends and. Thanks, you need a life. So I think it's a good upbringing. That's for sure. What do you think was most formative of childhood that you can kind of say that's why I am who I am today. You know I, think you entire life makes you the person you're obviously also what your parents teach you and what your parents live like and my parents from very much teaching ons too key both feet on the ground and. Always be kind respectful to other people no matter who they are and. That is something which you know. I think up to today by value by doing so. And I grew up like this and I guess out. So when you don't have a when you don't draw in extreme luxury, you know when you grow up just a few things, you become very creative and you resourceful intonations and. Keep. Going for the things you want I think that's also something. which gets less and less this society because the children for today pretty much everything from the board. I think it's a different generation. What is the most quintessentially? German thing about you I used to be always on time I'm pretty much on time still. One point it's very German, and so I think I'm sending for quantity and technology in science i. think that is something very German. I remember that Carly member we went on that navy press trip to Hamburg and it was to the second yeah. Yeah we were like Oh, my God, we gotta get to the lobby like. And then German. The wet lead you to get into medical school and you know decide you wanted to take that path. My mother was a lead doctor and she took me to the hospital. When I was a kid, you know to go on visit patients and stuff. So I got into this Medicare idea very early when it was four years already decided I won't be a doctor himself. And never changed. You know to score studied medicine. And I came Dr Early on i. read that when you were in medical school you you're also a young mum and a single mom at that time, and so that couldn't have been easy. Maybe not a lot of people know that part of your story. So was there a particular mantra at that time and you're juggling so much like what helped? You get through through that time. So I was mother was twenty three and I just had done my first big step in medical school and gratefully at that time as their had my mom to help me a lot with my kids but I, think it's just you know you go step by step I think one of my mantras really to take things. Don't look too much out what's going on in the future because then you definitely get around. So step by step and put a checkmark behind everything in Italic Sawed. So with having tried and going to school and do all these days are just doing them. Moving forward, I think that helps you know not stress about future. Just get it done and you become a manager yourself because you have to keep all the balls in the at the same time I'm really good at this now. and. So you became a medical doctor in the field of orthopedics. How did you meet the late great? Koby Bryant. So so I came into other pigs by chance originally wanted to get into pediatrician because at my chide I couldn't see the kids suffering. So I decided okay. 'cause also studied sports, parents, medicines. I win the peaks to do my doctor studied there and I like all the peaks but I was also interested in aesthetics and I had to wait for to get a place in the clinic I wanted to start working and I had to wait half year in this year I decided to go. clinic and then I loved you know working in science so much. Stayed there and didn't go to Tadic's pedic's than I did later but I stayed there pioneering this treatment, we the proteins from God's and decreed cometary proteins to stop the inflammation and the aging process in the joins and we had so many people coming for treatments from everywhere from the word courts, people and people with joint problems in Australia tried is in you know. So we got to meet a lot of people. Not just you know sports

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"sturm" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

hitmen, deadites & Me

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

"Like. The rating system I mean okay. Let's do. Neither do one to ten or two five stars or one to five stars or do. Let's do the typical one to five stars. Five. Stars are if we're just doing surface level. Only thing I really know about it was having. You know seen bits and pieces in a background. Thirty years ago. Twenty years whatever aging myself. just surface level. I would have to go. To Stars. I'm going GONNA have to agree with you on that one because. It's I would have said one star but it but there are so many elements that were so baffling in terms of the choices that were made I've from an acting standpoint from directing standpoint from a writing standpoint. The I it was fascinating enough to again like continue to look more and more about it. Subsequently and And like I said like I do WanNa Watch it again. So if you're wanting to watch it at camp again, it can't be a one star movie. But that's really the only reason. It gets an extra stars like because I'm willing to sit down on my own accord in watched again. I guess I'll give it to because. Well. I mean. The. allstate alphabet like Lee whole. We didn't really get the whole character development that we should have. Like. Any of the background stuff of why. Everything's going on in the office. Just the whole. Like I. Needed to know more about why This character was like this character. And I just I think I just needed more backstory. Like. Yeah, everything else is. Fitting to. The Eighty Eight Dark comedy. Era. Of Probably Nicholas Cage and. Let's. Let's change his. Speed up a little bit and this is the part of the show where I'm GONNA do. The TAGLINE, off where? The host in the guests actually go back and forth with three different choices of PAG lines..

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"sturm" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

hitmen, deadites & Me

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

"The VHS summertime movie thing 'cause I swear I went through Our I guess for anyone new. To. This podcast that's listening. That's under the age of, let's say what like Twenty, twenty five twenty. You know you have an Of The All he never went through coal thing of. Running them down to the point where those. Shrimp. Watch this thing way too much. Yup. Tracking, and it's yeah but. We we don't. We don't have to worry about that anymore but exactly. It was. Suffering yes. Or watching a movie with ads but. It's like you like you're watching. On TV's that bet? Agley. This was an interesting movie. I'll go over the snaps this it says a Peter low played by Nicholas Cage. Is An ad executive working in New York City is having difficulty he's having difficulty in his relationships we can say that Kinda Go into a I'm guessing it's a relationship. Airplanes are just a psychologist or something like that. And I think at one point they clarify that she is a psychiatrist yet. And because like the one day, they kind of really do point that I he goes to the psychiatrist saying that He. was with a girl and a bat flew into his room. Living, room and. The girl freaked out. He got turned on. That's what I got. Over. that. Turned on by attempting to thwart the bat or is he refers to later on I was in mortal combat with A. As A good impression I like that s good. Then yeah and then he's got it out for his secretary but not in the way that he has it out with any other woman you just. Pretty much just despises her. resul like cheesy election to do. Anything wrong. And he just doesn't like her and then one day. Key meets. This girl named Rachel. Played by Denver Bills..

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"sturm" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

Pro Business Channel

14:57 min | 2 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on Pro Business Channel

"Just tell us to fix it right. You know it's a different conversation if this the same mistakes of third time or court five right but when it's the first time yeah it's happened. It's part of their development. Yes tell the truth really came for many neuberger. Yeah I know Manny Yeah. It's one of Manny's right right so I've had the fortune of knowing manny since I was a kid So as a Kid. My Dad been involved in the commercial wildly for over forty years but as president Our summer vacations where the national conventions and so. I got to know many when I was probably as high as his knee. But and Early on WHO's one of my mentors and really manny's all about telling the truth so whether you're talking to a consumer consumers attorney as long as you're doing that you have nothing to worry about And so we really make sure that obviously the company as well as my children know the value telling you okay. Let's fast forward now to two thousand nine. That was a very important milestone in the life of Bill. Sturm you bought out your father's interest at a time of economic crisis You know it was a financial meltdown that we all know led to a restructuring of this industry. So how did it affect your firm? And how did it affect you personally that year? I wasn't interesting year. I mean through two thousand eighth grade. Julia Raushan I were lining up financing in order to buy my dad and his partner out. We've outlined it out. And of course the financial meltdown comes and the financing goes with so part of working with your father. They always say you know you get this great deal. Cut you in He was given the firm. He gave you a break right. Discount on the price evaluation discount. My Dad gave me ten times ten times. Even that's quite a valuation. It was it was of course they helped me cards in it Because they had the opportunity to see no selling so it was tough. You was very tough. I have four sisters and my sisters. I think they have this impression that I got this great deal and I don't know any companies Either we're at a trade at ten times crazy. We'll we'll see joking you really. Wow We've paid ten times WHOA And so to give you a note to cover that or okay heated but as has obviously purchased it a financial meltdown occurs charge off one. They were on average through the US. Where three and a half. I think they were close to eleven. Percents of a volume is blowing it in our businesses collection law firm. Your expenses are all upfront in. So you have to staff your firm in order to handle those validation notices going out obviously hire additional attorneys to review the accounts pursued Follow through with that student. Sort went for rough and right after we bought it our. Cfo's coming into greater myself surfacing. We don't have enough money to make payroll wait what we just bought the company. Yeah what happened and so I heard it for next three months in a row and finally called my dad like what is going I every month. They're telling me we don't have enough money to buy. Pk Let's the story. He's all bill. I play poker as you become a business owner. You understand stops going to have crunch. That stuff's going to happen. Your have to deal with it. So in this case the cash flow issue. Because you're expanding payroll in order to handle this additional bobby coming through. Obviously sometimes owners don't get paid as an example could yeah. He didn't get paid ever. My First Intro. In terms of owners are last employees surfers. Yeah it was. His first lesson to me has been a business owner. Run that it's more of the business than it is about you. So you report to the employees. I guess kind of even though they don't see it. Yeah you really care about. You have to support them absolutely. Yeah Houston to work for you if you go. Wow so you survived did you. I mean during that period. You really worried about failure where you're worried about. It actually not keeping up with your dad and your mom's on principles. Your mother was saying you gotTa have mental toughness sort of toughness. Your Dad said the same thing I mean. How did how did use mentally survived that period? my wedding anniversary is about The married forty years and no my wife. God bless her. I I didn't Obviously they have policy supports his own. Business you coming. All she's giving you these big. Is You with me that the office to end her support obviously Through Greg intercenter. Julia Roche We went up his robe. Soul and you got through as you through it One of my new partner Scott Lowery. Whose partners in Verve as he likes to say you get these lashes on your back of going through these events and you become offer you get that bigger skjei run Learn from the mistakes you learn from the adversity so ten years later you've probably seen kind of more changes than than many of us could have imagined like the dodd frank law the creation of CFP. Be So as a result of that. How have you had to change your operations? How have the regulations affected both your strategy as well as your processes well So going back to two thousand ten two thousand eleven. We had one of the top Credit Card issuers come to their top ten walkers and they all call and they said we want you to be Aycell twenty seven thousand one certified every in these. We all said okay And they said we want you to it in six months so everybody hung up call ran off and look what the Heck Iso twenty seven thousand one? Yes and everybody figured it out when back to said look. There's no way we can do it in six months. Said understand. You can go longer but we want you to be at least compliant so we took the next two years in order be ice with twenty seven thousand one. You actually have document every single process at the firm rate into based off that risk rating having measured make sure your processes of so we did this two thousand ten two thousand eleven The standards actually governed by the British Standard Institute into Dodd. Frank came out. We were lucky because a lot of what the CFPB you was looking for. Every is a as they look at our clients vendor management to make sure that even though whenever bank hired us. Those consumers are being protected in our front. Luckily we had all those policies and procedures documented with race ratings with measures and so We welcomed it. I mean again. Author from nineteen seventy seven. See if he has this notice of proposed rulemaking out. We're really hoping these laws come into a fact because it'll be easier in my opinion communicate with the consumer which is what we WANNA to do in the laws that we have today. Don't allow us to engage them. The way the consumer wants to be engaged. You get around that today is asking the consumer so so for example. I can't email a consumer. Unless they give me their express consent to email them. Okay which is how the world today wants to communicate and so we're excited about these rules. There's a lot of people in this country. I think everybody wants to rules. There are some bad actors. But I in Colorado space felons. They're going to break the law regardless of wolves art and I think the court is industry just wants to understand what of the like and we'll wall following in fact welcome. How how did all these changes special regulation affect your profitability? So for us in the industry do twelve is a very good year because we had all those accounts in house from two thousand nine thousand Lynch thousand thirteen banks stop writing loans. Because of all the chargers they had just taken over the prior year's dodd-frank. Come out where nobody knew what these new rules. We're going to be so they just stop since two thousand thirteen fourteen. It was very dry in our industry. I know I heard one gentleman who's been industry longtime call the Dark Ages and then of course obviously as people started to understand when the baby was looking for and Bankston writing lawns again We're excited about the future very gray tail very great tale bill so looking forward And Twenty twenty what. What's your plan for the firm? And what's your vision going forward so for us is just said. We're really excited about the Bbc's proposed rules. We think being able to meet the consumer where they want to be met is goal number one so the consumer wants to communicate with us. Electrically works cited about being able to offer that soon So as we look at twenty twenty and twenty twenty one is being able to make sure that we're technology of their with the consumer in offering the channels in which are asking for in terms of the farm will continue to expand our footprint. We have clients that constantly asked us to go into additional states Which works cited so if everybody has the same rules and everyone does in this industry how do you differentiate Ralf Sturm In this environment. When you're you're kind of you're at behavior there's a framework and you have to stick within that framework. So how do you show the market that you're different so I think for us? It's always been the ability to invest before the clients asked us to in batch so as an example we had a compliance department before a single client asked us about heaven and compliance In fact in twenty nineteen We invested in other two million dollars just ensuring compliance department in Additional software Additional positions in order to make sure. Is We call compliances table stakes. Either having if you don't if you don't have to be out of business in Savar us will continue to invest weather is in people technology a big fan of Bi I'm very interested in some of the behavior. Modeling that's out there A lot of us rely on scores in order to understand the consumer situation. And I think with a I will they abilities you start to model. The consumer's behavior is very exciting. Great wrapping it up here that what? What's your outlook now for row German? This new strategic alliance that you've created with galaxy asset management. They're both adept buyer and a master servicer. So how does that fit? Into the routes term strategy going forward I think one of the biggest issues is collection. Law Firm is the variability of your placements. So every month our placements and fluctuate as high as thirty percent and so that makes odd staffing a very difficult job. Because at what do you actually staff four and so with this alliance that we have galaxy is way of flattening out are placed in zero every month So that of course allows his by better service to our clients and making sure that we're staff for the higher watermarks as the files. Come through the last question. I always like to ask our guests here. What's on your nightstand? What's one of the favorite books you read recently This is one of the things my father taught me and my father is a huge. His idea of a good vacation was Amer around. A pool at a book as dominant reader. So I love boys in the boat. reconsecrate story out I recently about teamwork off. Teamwork is growing team. That went through a bunch of adverse Olympics. Rene Brown phenomenal. I haven't read. I read that book yet by habit. You know what's the lesson being vulnerable so my partners? Lowery's incredibly goodness and being vulnerable whether it's with your spouse with your partner with your employees and the closeness that you can build by sharing what's really going on that's what `vulnerability means in your life sharing what's going on with your friends your parents or your.

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"sturm" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Lots of Sturm and Drang you will see in a few months Democrats will be strongly United together and we will be focused like a laser on beating Donald Trump the enthusiasm that you last saw in two thousand eight to elect Barack Obama you will see among Democrats this summer and fall to get Donald Trump out of office yeah okay on what basis Chuck you are you making this prediction because I I hate to tell you there isn't and Obama equivalent on your roster right now and what what is it about Obama that led to this magical turn out yeah why is race combined with the media success in driving up hatred for the Iraq war and hatred for the bush administration and a hatred for everything and I'm at the magick merry recession that had not happened but the the magic of the first African American Brihat what what what what are we going to do to recreate that well according to show more it's going to come from trump's hatred all right so where was it in Iowa last week where was you know how disappointing the hawk I call guy turnout was forget the fact they can't count the votes forget the fact that they don't even know how to caucus anymore how to count on the turnout was dismal and yeah I'm I watched I watched all the drive by media gold all the diners by the way is something have you seen enough interviews of people eating pancakes and French fries a diner's hello there you see that you want and and and the the drive bys a pick these people out all they got okay read it probably just check does so we were told we were prepped for seven to Z. as on the Democrat side bursting at the seams can't wait to get out there trump and then what happened on caucus night crickets meanwhile trumps got his own caucus is going for the fun of it is not even contested don't even have to do it draws more people his carcasses when Democrats so now Mr snowed are you paying attention are we are we getting a report to turn out yeah in New Hampshire to really what is now don't you think that if the turnout in New Hampshire wise in fact overwhelming we would have gotten a little hints about it don't you wouldn't know what the drive bys can't wait to tell that story meanwhile trump goals to New Hampshire draws a bigger crowd than all the democratic rallies combined and here's Chuck Schumer said I doesn't matter what's happening now you wait till the convention you wait on November we're going to have a bigger turnout there we had in two thousand eight if you're counting on trump's hatred to propel that turn out you haven't learned a thing all right now I mentioned in the previous hour at one of the mistakes it plugs made was mentioning may Democrats believe that they can fundraise off my name they believe that they can get cheers and accolades by mentioning my name and that is going to read down to their benefit and I want to demonstrate here via audio sound bite that that's not how this happens read audio sound bite number seven now this is Friday night in Manchester this is live on ABC's during the Democrat presidential debate and Biden is talking about trump I can't wait to talk about this frog marching vin men out of the White House whole sherry Kern you'll see your room later by the drones this guy we all know and Alexander Veneman we've all had at least two of these guys in every class in high school we've all had a guy like this some where where we work is this guy turns tail on trump participates in an impeachment hearing in an attempt to get trump thrown out office and now people think it's outrageous the drop would fire the gun this is heard all this kind of retaliation is what retaliation what about what Yilin did he's a decorated military man Mister Limbaugh during your salt is more what do you mean decorator I can just hold his motives All I Want to doesn't matter what is metals are that is what he did any made up a bunch of stuff sitting there saying trump didn't follow his talking points he's also said foreign policy truck never even this guy trunk does this guy produces talking with Veneman's taking it personally he did not follow the talking points are rolled produced a talking point for that phone call your US national security for Ukraine in your dreams do you do you do national security for Ukraine you might have with the Obama years your buddy Eric Shara mela the whistle blower it's going to be okay is back at the army somewhere some Army War College I just I I'm I Marvel at all these big selling fear what happened Veneman just retaliation is gonna stop yeah like you can sit there and everybody can shoot you in take pot shots at you and you'll just have to sit there and take it and you're going to thank after you survive it and you gotta walk up and shake your hand say nice try nope it isn't how it works anywhere you take a shot at the leader of the king if you miss your history and everybody in this game knows the anyway anyway Biden's being asked about about Veneman add being fired walked out of the White House and this is what plugs had to say colonel Vernon got thrown out of the White House they walked out I think we should end it at the same time you should read printing a metal on Veneman and not on Rush Limbaugh and.

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"sturm" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Of Sturm and Drang you will see in a few months Democrats will be strongly United together and we will be focused like a laser on beating Donald Trump the enthusiasm that you last saw in two thousand eight to elect Barack Obama you will see among Democrats this summer and fall to get Donald Trump out of office yeah okay on what basis Chuck you are you making this prediction because I I hate to tell you there isn't and Obama equivalent on your roster right now and what what is it about Obama that led to this magical turn out yeah why is race combined with the media success in driving up hatred for the Iraq war can a hatred for the bush administration and a hatred for everything and I'm at the magick merry recession that had not happened but the the magic of the first African American Brihat what what what what are we going to do to recreate that well according to show more it's going to come from trump's hatred all right so where was it in Iowa last week where was you know how disappointing the hawk I call guy turnout was forget the fact they can't count the votes forget the fact that they don't even know how to caucus anymore how to count on the turnout was dismal and yeah I'm I watched I watched all the drive by media go to all the diners by the way is something have you seen enough interviews of people eating pancakes and French fries a diner's hi I don't know where you see that you want and and and the the drive bys a pick these people out and all they got okay read it probably just check does so we were told we were prepped for seven to Z. as on the Democrat side listing of the seams can't wait to get out there trump and then what happened on caucus night crickets meanwhile trumps got his own caucus is going for the fun of it is not even contested don't even have to do it draws more people his caucus is the Democrats so now Mr snowed are you paying attention are we are we getting a report to turn out yeah in New Hampshire today really what is now don't you think that if the turnout in New Hampshire wise in fact overwhelming we would have gotten a little hints about it don't you know all the drive bys can't wait to tell.

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"sturm" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on KTRH

"Always lots of Sturm and Drang you will see in a few months Democrats will be strongly United together and we will be focused like a laser on beating Donald Trump the enthusiasm that you last saw in two thousand eight to elect Barack Obama you will see among Democrats this summer and fall to get Donald Trump out of office yeah okay on what basis Chuck you are you making this prediction because I I hate to tell you there isn't and Obama equivalent on your roster right now and what what is it about Obama that led to this magical turn out yeah why is race combined with the media success in driving up hatred for the Iraq war and hatred for the bush administration and a hatred for everything and the magic area recession that had not happened but the the magic of the first African American Brihat what what what what are we going to do to recreate that you can't do I mean you've been there done that so we what we got in the first Hispanic known we gonna first female who did that that that was gonna be Hillary and me we have to say that that kind of has been lost since she blow it I will guarantee you this heavy Hillary Clinton been present in the reaction all my go first female president if clover sharp would ever be elected president she's going to get no where near the acclaim as the first female president Hillary Clinton when I got so that's even been lost so where is this magical Obama light turnout gonna come from well according to show more it's going to come from trump's hatred all right so where was it in Iowa last week where was you know how disappointing the hawk I call guy turnout was forget the fact they can't count the votes forget the fact that they don't even know how to caucus anymore how to count on the turnout was dismal and yeah I'm I watched I watched all the drive by media gold all the diners by the way is something have you seen enough interviews of people eating pancakes and French fries at diners I don't know where you see that you want and and and the the drive bys a pick these people out and all they got okay read that probably just take does so we were told we were prepped for seven to Z. as on the Democrat side thing is it seems can't wait to get out there trump and then what happened on caucus night crickets meanwhile trumps got his own caucus is going for the fun of it is not even contested don't even have to do it draws more people his carcasses that Democrats so now Mr snowed are you paying attention are we are we getting any reports of turn out yeah in New Hampshire to really what is now don't you think that if the turnout in New Hampshire wise in fact overwhelming we would have gotten a little hints about it don't you wouldn't know what the drive bys can't wait to tell that story meanwhile trump goals to New Hampshire draws a bigger crowd than all the democratic rallies combined and here's Chuck you'll sure Mercer guy doesn't matter what's happening now you wait till the convention you wait on November we're going to have a bigger turnout there we had in two thousand eight if you're counting on trump's hatred to propel that turn out you haven't learned a thing all right now I mentioned in the previous hour at one of the mistakes that plugs made was mentioning may Democrats believe that they can fundraise off my name they believe that they can get cheers and accolades by mentioning my name and that is gonna read down to their benefit and I want to demonstrate here via audio sound bite that that's not how this happens when audio sound bite number seven now this is Friday night in Manchester this is live on ABC's during the Democrat presidential debate and Biden is talking about trump I can't wait to talk about this frog marching vin men out of the White House whole sherry Kern you'll see you'll later by the dawn this guy we all know home and Alexander Veneman we've all had at least two of these guys in every class in high school we've all had a guy like this some where where we work is this guy turns tail on trump participates in an impeachment hearing in an attempt to get trump thrown out office and now people think it's outrageous the drop would fire the gun this is this kind of retaliation is what retaliation what about what Yilin did he's a decorated military man was the Lamar hunt during your salt is more what do you mean decorate I can just hold his motives All I Want to doesn't matter when his medals are that is what he did any made up a bunch of stuff sitting there saying trump didn't follow his talking points he also said foreign policy truck never even this guy trunk does this guy produces talking but Veneman's taking it personally he did not follow the talking points are rolled only produced a talking point for that phone call your US national security for Ukraine in your dreams do you do you do national security for Ukraine you might have with the Obama years your buddy Eric Shara mela the whistle blower it's going to be okay is back at the army somewhere some Army War College I just I I've I Marvel at all these big selling fear what happened vending just retaliation has got to stop yeah like you can sit there and everybody can shoot you in take pot shots at you and you'll just have to sit there and take it and you're going to thank after you survive it and you gotta walk up and shake your hand say nice try nope it isn't how it works anywhere you take a shot at the leader of the king if you miss your history and everybody in this game knows the anyway anyway Biden's being asked about about Veneman add being fired walked out of the White House and this is what plugs have to say colonel Vernon got thrown out of the White House they walked out I think we should end it at the same time he should be finding a metal on Veneman and not on Rush Limbaugh and.

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"sturm" Discussed on Breaking Character

Breaking Character

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on Breaking Character

"Forever that have had you hear about my side up and down. Oh <music> around lives in venture baby dreams ruben love left on through it all <music> through a standing here we u <hes> <hes> no place that i call home. It's not a house. It's not down our city sipple as where when we are alone. Oh aw you can be across the room in a crowd. I catch your eye. I know you see the same things that i mm see. Even when we disagree still at condon's listed weekend no is fine no way travel to you threw it all seen us through sitting here. We do <hes> not place that i call home. It's not the house. It's not a down our sipilae square point. We are alone <music> mm-hmm breath <music> uh-huh. They had a chance to do it all again what what j. because visit my change the stories and place that i call home and it's not a house. It's bad down our city place where when we are alone. Oh ooh <music> <music>.

"sturm" Discussed on Breaking Character

Breaking Character

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on Breaking Character

"You to the entire cast of your town. They're doing incredible work <hes> <hes> and they're definitely putting not just one but probably six cherries on top of the ice cream sunday for this. It's been highly ambitious and i apologize for everything but we're yeah. I gotta keep going. Urinetown opens a._p._m. Thursday right here at the theater one on one hand mystery benton harbor digital also a._p._m. Friday and saturday two p._m. Sunday sorry repeat sunday two pm. I'm old eight and two sunday and then an eight p._m. August twenty nine thirty thirty percent again to september first on labor day weekend. Tickets are only twelve dollars for students twenty two for seniors and twenty eight for all other adults for tickets. Get some more details. Call two five two five two two two or visit ghost light be h for benton harbor ghost light dot com. Thank you for coming in today and go. Oh go urinetown art center invites the community to their newly redesigned grounds further avant garden party. I see what they did there. In a free community gathering for all ages from two to five pm on sunday september eighth watch acrobatics on the oval lawn sip and savor mock tails opening summer flavors crafted by mixologist using the fruit belt soda great decadent and funky confections alongside love and macaroni mandy mandy kraus contribute to community art project inspired by the inhaling the universe exhibition which we talked about in our last episode joy performance by our friends the deep fried pickle project at two fifteen pm and then construct an instrument hassled objects with them at three thirty and of course sweat party is complete without giant bubbles. The garden party is a thank you for the community support of case he's one point eight million dollar ground's redevelopment this redesigned brings the center's new mission quote to inspire meaningful change and strengthen community through the visual arts and quote outdoors and makes art accessible to members and visitors alike casey's avant garden party furthers this mission by sharing unique performances immunity based our projects in dynamic experiences at this free to all celebration more information information on this and happenings two six nine ninety three zero two seven one or as always visit krislindahl dot org now joining us in the studio is gentlemen meena in her musical partner ralf sturm right correct. Yes man. I finally got i-iran. Yes absolutely returned delivery stage this friday right here here in benton harbor our sister thank you both for being here. Thanks for having us so i i know this is always a special concert for you and not just because it's your hometown town and because you get to play roth as usual but it's this is dedicated a couple of special people so i wanna start off talking about that. Can you tell us a little bit about that. Well actually goes back. Even further the original show was the bev han rajoub yukons yeah right and then my brother died you know so i added to the mix and then on christmas day my father ben died and my my father grew up right across the street from delivery pretty much in the italian yup. There's trees that are right there. That was where my grandparents house was. Uh-huh using photographs of my dad hugging the trees and climbing up in the tree. That's awesome. That's awesome structures. Aren't there anymore but that's really cool. You can think identify the tree may not supposed to nod because there's no video ninety eight agreement hit for this yeah well and and <hes> what tell us a little bit about about the show and i i've talked to you guys a number times. You know about the story but i think it's a wonderful awful story about how you first mets and how you guys got to know each other a little bit and thank him back to each other to play. Can you share that we you were in a band in new york. That was a sometimes fifteen sometimes eighteen sometimes twenty plus people on stage rock doc band band and my brother nino and i were two of the vocalist so you can imagine the two vocalists on the front and then four string players right right behind us and the horn players on one side and the drummer and percussionist and the keyboard and guitar player and rarely do you hear you're a single instrument because there was just the wa sound yeah and then wall of people in front of you and one night we were on the bus going somewhere and i was awake and i heard a standard being played on guitar.

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"sturm" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:04 min | 3 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Story that our buddy Bob Sturm put up from the ticket in Dallas I ate the full and complete list of all time quarterbacks who are responsible for more combined passing and rushing yards and passing and rushing touchdowns in their first three NFL seasons then press guide dad press guides eighty five Dan Marino hundred lac ninety eight new ninety two Peyton manning eighty eight eighty dollars eighty seven and Jeff Garcia at age twenty nine eighty seven we get are you how many of these cutbacks are greater hall of fame caliber of but in the modern NFL their franchises could not wait to re sign them when their rookie deals expired keep in mind this isn't a game with Zeke acting as a touchdown machine Prescott is still produced on real eighty five touchdowns in three seasons the there is armor is legs here is the following we list of all time quarterbacks with more regular season wins in their first three NFL seasons than dax thirty two Russell Wilson thirty six Dan Marino thirty three Andrew luck thirty three and Matt Ryan thirty three again you can argue about how their careers event out but in every single case the team's counted it is a pleasure to keep them and pay them the going rate among those listed above here is a list of every quarterback in NFL history with more touchdowns and wins then dad Prescott who could also be boasted interception rate lower than dax one point seven percent nine Russell Wilson was the causes that two point one percent through three season so Prescott produces touchdowns at a very irate seventh all time recorder backs at his level experience says operatives wins at a very high rate fifth all time he also does the ball out to the other team at a lower rate than anyone on these less can you believe that that this guy's done all that in his short career and that they're wondering if they should Pamela I mean honestly this guy deserves the money it's that simple I don't know why is it that people don't believe in him right I don't get it all right I think that he should that they should pay them and keep them I don't think that he should be paid among like the top five quarterbacks the unified or mind maybe thought the I don't know some say they should get paid but not get paid I don't think he should be the next guy was the highest paid quarterback deal what are all those numbers staggering wins touchdown to interception rate it's staggering he doesn't make a lot of mistakes with the football what more do you want from your daughter Maggie drugs that's down these scores touchdowns he grows very few interceptions so here's the they talk about the clutch factories led fourteen game winning drives in three seasons more than any quarterback in the league he let his first game winning drive in Z. as in twenty eighteen wild card game is first playoff victory I in the fourth quarter of examine the scoring margin number that it wants Prescott is completed under sixty do a dealer invoice expats downs for two thousand one hundred forty three years of fifteen duties only two of those throws were packed he's got the lowest interception percentage in the clutch of anyone Prescott at a passer rating of one ten by doing card situation the fourth best mark in the NFL among quarterbacks Willie's outer vidhi passes is mobility there's is no questioning his mobility I press covering seven adverse down rate thirty nine point seven percent eleven ten yards per carry and then they talk about the in home games Prescott as a passer rating of ninety budget which ranks tenth among twenty third quarterbacks at least five hundred tense at home since twenty sixteen on the road he's ninety three by six which ranks ninth among the same twenty three quarterbacks so you think that's what it is that a cell average in terms of home and and road record and everything that he's falling into the middle of the pack and then they say he gives up it takes more sacks than he should he was sacked thirty six times as your second highest total in the league these behind only deshaun Watson so why is it that did I not brag that they have the best offensive line in football and yet the guy takes more sacks than anybody in the league what's up with that I think well last year their offense of lime is banged up they were missing guys a big a lot of those pieces you could see that the sack numbers are a lot higher last year he led the league in fumbles led the league in fumbles he had twelve of them in twenty seventeen loss for but this year this past year twelve in forty eight regular season games thirteen fumbles tied with Derek Carr Blake Bortles Matt Stafford for the fourth most lost fumbles in the league since twenty sixteen in total is grand total of twenty five farmers is tied for fifth most in the league since twenty sixteen and then not pulling him from deep the cowboys spend much time trailing by wide margins over the past three season since twenty six and a total of only fourteen games which they spent anytime trailing by at least two scores tied for second fewest over that span Dallas trailed by at least two scores at some point in ten games of the last two seasons with five MPs and seventeen and eighteen they did not want any of those games only two of them even wound up with a final score separated by eight points here last they're saying he's in a fashion in deep hole situations well isn't right honestly Sir is there anything about it all right the other thing your earlier that Kyle Lowry withdrew from the U. S. A. basketball World Cup team is anyone gonna play on the US World Cup team today I think I have twelve guys because the literally every player in the league is withdrawn right I mean honestly so did you see man U. destroyed my new team Chelsea over the weekend carver I believe on was it Saturday or Sunday Sunday yesterday more sunny Sunday morning hard lesson for Frank Lampard with the first what a shame what a shame I'm sure you're not a fan I got a pool essay Kennedy do they brought a man at halftime after giving them but it but they they seventy seventy five million for his rights a little later than half time he played probably half the second half at a game of five out of ten it is review mean lucky was hit by the time he was out there game is at hand it was what it was his best moment came a second instead of Sam when he set up palmeri bird exam that a goal that forced a sharp save from David the gap and then the low light yeah he started the game on the bench that's a disappointment in itself but you didn't expect them to start at all and that team did you when I was I thought that there was talk over the weekend that he was going to start I think that some people were surprised that he didn't start but like I said to you yesterday when you texted me about this these heavy these big clubs they are loaded with talent I mean loaded they've got guys backed up ready to play and they're paying the mall big money he's gonna get a chance but there's other but there's a lot of big money players on a team like Chelsea so it's gonna be tough for him to get in there consistently every week unless you give them a reason to so what did you think of the opening weekend of the primarily now they DO not enough nothing written to earth shattering I was kind of surprised menu did beat Chelsea that was probably the biggest surprise to me over the weekend was one that they had that was again angel she was kind of dominating the have to it was kinda lucky for them they got the penalty kick it for the first goal and then they got him on a couple counters there in the second half and that was it so anyway robin lanner got the bill masters to and I trophy which goes in and supplier that best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance sportsmanship and dedication to hockey they gave him as a ward of beautiful trophy except they butchered one thing on it what happened carver high instead of putting any play for the hours they put the plate for the Rangers they get a fix that problem the the anchor I'm sure that they will mafia and there's a barracks and I just understand I can have I can have and what's even worse is he's gone now from now does he plays the black ox what could be worse Jeff Chang Gabi Carmouche anonymous decision yes you know what happened I mean Carmouche to the best for a long time ago subject isn't out for game now she's right at the mission zealots four hundred favorite so people have no idea who are talking about right now I just wanted to say that this weekend is DC and me a CH but are you looking more forward to the name D. as fight the fighting and had a service not looking more forward to gourmet mutually both those guys we know on top of their game because it got out of research we don't know the as as but now the game for a while when I was gonna be back at full strength and those two guys I think what core needed in your church was very shocking that's not the way a musician of approach that fight and I think you're coming a lot more focused on regulator for fall far from battle between those two Chad time is right a third round pick on the brown's going back went down with their and neck injury apparently and practice today was immobilized in a back body and carted away from the field taken to a hospital he does have sensation in his lands according to Freddie Cajuns in the hospital getting testing bodies moving all his extremities so that's good news there also a Roberto Luongo getting his number retired by the Panthers a question that I saw on Twitter was should the Canucks also do it for his career in Vancouver no no the NHL dot Blair's was the top winners they released Kucherov number one came to V. three Brad Marchand for Mitchell Marner five dries idle six Goudreau seven Penderyn eight errant paid like the best when you're in the league by the Rangers he is the highest paid winger right probably and then he's eight to rated Rantanen nine Pasternak ten everything out there that doesn't matter there you go also D. M. V. P. award what's going on in baseball Cody Ballenger in the National League of course rocking it Mike trout in the Hey I'll so exciting I see the last of college football's best players here according to those that know more than everyone else analyst is all of them and climb simpler that Trevor Lawrence number one to attack of a law number two Jerry Judy number three from Alabama grant del bit of LA shoe number for Jake from the quarterback a judge number five John of the dell running back was kinds of sex just an armored seventy Oregon cornerback Travis AT and clams and running back eight chase young the D. linemen Ohio state nine and Justin Ross the wide receiver at Clemson round out the top ten there you go and then must see all the news about the pelicans and raptors on TNT October twenty second get a seaside on against the chance the clippers Lakers October twenty second on TNT that's the openers Celtic Sixers all sounds invigorating on the twenty fourth box rockets it never ends you're gonna see a lot of clubbers this year a lot of an alligator's clippers and like the Lakers should be on every single night don't get to listen to the show on radio dot com you.

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"sturm" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"sturm" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Sturm rims nice from last fall maintain an a rating with the NRA and I'll tell you about his experience because it's kinda interesting but first let's go to loosen Pasadena Lewis thanks for calling in what you wanna say I would like to hear I'm just you know the other day I saw a video where somebody posted this kid Catholic school kid who was shooting a box of Jordan saying bad things the N. word and stuff like that how black people and I posted a short story about how my best friend is next white supremacy and how they can get out and how you can clean up your life I mean him his wife you know they have their own children white children and they end up in a Mexican child whose mother was addicted to drugs and they they're such good people and I got so much hate for that for posting how could you be friends with a person like that it's like you got a gym that we were friends for fifteen years and people are still big news you know you can't get out of that lifestyle that way of thinking and you can hear it look I've been doing this a joke around have been doing this for a hundred years I've been here a long time TJ laden I work with at least three or four skinheads not his skinheads guys who were so deep into it the guy we just talked to Arnold was the head of a very vicious group and I'm calling it a yeah and I don't know what there you go we're going on a going out do you hear what he said the other thing coming because I had a reputation so this guy was a big guy and now Arnold is doing everything he can all day every day Ryan prevent other kids from being co opted into that life and and helping kids get out and what he said is the mentor should the mentorship is there and everyone I've I've seen that got out on an early either had a horrible family life never felt I'm an identity never felt close to anybody felt isolated and this was the first thing that it felt like a group to them and an attachment to them so yes they can get out and they can help I don't know do you understand why Tucker Carlson though would go in here and say basically this is a hoax I think second Carlson that does it for the impending bladder I mean that to the people so you're willing to I got to tell you it's hard for me after doing this for a lot of years okay how much money you would pay me go out and say that by the way it's provable that is wrong so he's not he's made that up basically now he's he's he's going into a whole territory of shocking I guess it's I guess she wants to see his ratings go up and and he's being talked about everywhere but what is what is the what is it do societally what does it do should people hearing it has and believe it the only one on there the same you know the honest truth of what's going on and you get nothing for hate for her to be honest well what we talked to thousands of smart guy I mean is it really just for the this for the point that the it's not an intelligence staying is a thing of having people only follow him in and praise them for their words because these people some people believe that the F. B. R. is whining because of what they're there because it's all fake news to them and it's all being state and they're all covering all this stuff up and in Tucker is the only one there to say the truth wow well it's in the US and then if the FBI comes to your home to help you you tell the FBI on trust and believe in you or you just pick and choose which which parts of the FBI to believe which which literally they they already do that they'll reach their soul for all we know police and all the stuff until the cops come after that the weird thing is like and said if if Tucker Carlson had a hate hate group after him guaranteed he would tell the FBI to go away the other thing I'll see what we can we go crying for the FBI and the other thing is with these assault weapons bans people who are pro police and and believe the police are doing a good job and it's a tough job right and it is why would you want an assault why would you want to send an officer into a situation where they're competing with an assault weapon not only that going after the going into a room or got have at least a hundred bullets to shoot at you without changing clips no no and guess was to go in there the police all the time and if you talk to police organization guess what they wanna bands they want A. K. forty sevens where they want assault rifle ban because they're the guys who have to deal with this piercing armor stuff these guys have to deal with all those rounds coming at them and guess what you're running into a building when you're here and that gun fired your hero but you know what is it about your face what what about the whole line about the hero with a gun say anything in Texas everybody carries a weapon nobody stepped up this kid actually turned himself in engine No woman heroes with the guns and money not going on I don't know who would do if of of foxtrot because you know seen and bugs me too but Hannity's Hannity basically I think proposed the other day that every school should have a perimeter and police and more guns around it and what you're doing is and you're saying we should have a police state police said retired retired police and I'm thinking so seventy year old institutionalized everybody will seven year old I remember we had a a security guard at the old station at night he was like seventy eight years old a don Knotts and this guy was Stopera have a heart attack you give him a gun there's a good show there's a good chance I would even shot like eleven times between his eyesight and shaking it would not it would have been really really ugly I gotta run was the thank you for the call if you want to weigh in again it's a heavy topic it's a big topic on I mean to the bank make you have to make light at some point because it's so horrific but I met a man usually I don't get mad at either shot I know they're both I know what both do another in business and other business for revenue but when you take again a shot at the FBI and say you know what don't believe them it's a hoax now is not not even more and more divisive and if you're really doing it with the knowledge that you just made that up because you have no Intel and info about it and you just doing it for a paycheck and you're doing it because your shock jock then I would have trouble sleeping at night I couldn't I couldn't pull it off if you have that kind of agenda you gonna go look come on well look at all my my streaming is going up and I'm getting hit and getting I'm getting all of these views while I'm gonna have great ratings and going to negotiate maybes in for a new contract you know how they say guys use Jews in baseball is for juicing in their money here maybe his money here and he just wants those to do stuff to get his his ratings up so we can get a bigger contract you just it's just.

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MGM Faces Boycott After Filing Lawsuit Against Shooting Victims

Bloomberg Law

07:55 min | 4 years ago

MGM Faces Boycott After Filing Lawsuit Against Shooting Victims

"Hour Last Friday MGM resorts sued the victims, of the shooting at its Mandalay bay hotel in Las Vegas in October using an anti-terrorism law that could wipe. Out its liability for what was the worst mass shooting in US history it, didn't take. Long for the hashtag boycott MGM resorts to appear, on Twitter Catherine Lombardo a. Lawyer for some of the shooting. Victim says the lawsuit is a trick this. Was not a terrorist attack this was negligence on on behalf of, MGM they're, trying to hide behind the safety AC one of the victims Jason McMillan a sheriff's deputy who was shot. And can no longer walk says MGM is trying to avoid. Its responsibility it enrages me to think that this This company can just try to. Skip out on their responsibilities in there Liability for what happened is To blame the victims to say that it's it's anyone else's all. Other than their own is it's absurd Thomas. Russell a professor at the Sturm college of law at the university of Denver tell us about the law. MGM is basing its lawsuit on, it's called, the support anti-terrorism by fostering technologies act or the. Safety act so this act is an act you know put in place by congress about fifteen years ago it bears sort of element of anti-terrorism and also. Elements of tort reform and kind of combines both of those together and makes it more. Difficult to sue someone who has hired somebody who's deployed technology that is supposed to be an anti-terrorism technology and so the claim by MGM is that they should be able, to shift liability from themselves or more likely from their insurers to the insurance company for contemporary services corporation. Which did The security work on the. Ground below the Mandalay bay hotel so this, is the first time that this law is being used so there's no. Precedent to follow but there do seem to be some hurdles one being, that perhaps the security company. Was protected under the law but MGM hasn't gone through the process that the firm did to get certification. Under the act well my reading, again as, you say it's correct that there hasn't been adjudication. Under the statute so in fact we don't really know what it means and it will take some some time before we figure that out my reading of. The statute and the related regulations are that the company creates a technology which can include. Maybe a service to that is designed to prevent some form of mass attack and then when another entity hires that company the liability should something go wrong shifts to the, to the Entity providing the technology the anti-terrorism technology? So there are a set of steps of approval through the department. Of homeland security that the security, company would have gone through it's a little, less clear to me exactly what MGM would have gone through an, important thing to note here is a lot of loss of course from injuries death from emotional. Harm, everything else one, of the things, that the statue does is narrows the amount of money. That can be, recovered for a variety of things the act eliminates punitive damages for example it narrows the recovery of economic harm for emotional loss it eliminates something related to health insurance essentially as what it does and at the same time the act limits the recovery to the total amount of insurance that. The security contractor has they're asking for the, court to declare the company isn't liable at all is there Is there, any problem with the victim's claims that MGM was negligent and, they were red flags about the shooter that the, hotel should have, picked up on. Such as piling up weapons in his room where the hotel hired the security company for the concert itself well I agree with. You there and I need to see more of the pleadings and some of. The lawsuits that were filed and then subsequently withdrawn but to, simplify I, can conceive, of an activity on, the ground. And there may have been negligence in relationship to that into the music festival and then separately negligence in the hotel and I'm. Not saying it was negligent, but perhaps, negligence in the hotel in allowing the number of bags. To come in and that sort of stuff although frankly I'm not. Sure I want hotels counting, my baggage so it may be that if this act protects MGM it could be that. It protects them only on the ground but not for what they are. Hotel right MGM does own both the festival and the hotel that they own them separately through a complicated corporate structure that I don't fully comprehend okay so many critics are calling out this lawsuit as outrages disgraceful and worse did it? Shock, you that MGM would use this legal maneuver so to speak no I'm not shocked and honestly I mean it may be a little premature to, seek a declaratory. Judgment on the other hand have got twenty five, hundred people who either filed suit and then withdrew editor said they're gonna sue, them it makes sense to consolidate these. Somewhere and I think that what is, likely as that this is all going to be consolidated within one federal courthouse somewhere in the United States and. And who, knows where that will be it may feel shocking. It's a little bit novel but it it shouldn't be, shocking that an entity that faces a lot of liability wants, to limit that liability and push that line Ability to others if they can do so an MGM spokeswoman said the federal court is an appropriate venue in the. Best and fastest way to resolve the cases will you explain why MGM and most corporations want cases to be tried in federal court. And. Plaintiffs and most victims would rather have it in state, court well I. Think the simple truth of the matter is and I should add to that? I'm, a law professor. But also, practice law, on the side of plaintiff's so that's generally where my sympathies lie but in this, case I'm trying to give it to you straight as I can the truth of the matter is the. Federal judges in our country are the. Best are the best judges that we have and the federal courts are the most efficient and effective courts that we have and it's going to help a party to be able to. Consolidate in one as. I said in one corridor, instead of courts rather than to have to litigated a number of different states between a number of different judges in front of home More. Who are who are elected, or appointed in a variety of different ways so the best judges you can get her in. The United States district court thanks for being on Bloomberg law that's Thomas Russell a professor at the Sturm college of law at the university of Denver coming? Up, on Bloomberg law the states of New York New jersey Connecticut and Maryland are suing. The Trump administration over its tax cut law which limits the amount of. State and local taxes residents can deduct. From their federal tax, returns is the lawsuit a long shot and later it looks. Like the Trump administration will have a lot of cases on the supreme court's docket next term including cases dealing with immigration, law and agency power with others in the wings I'm June Grasso it's twenty, five minutes past the hour this is Bloomberg in Kim Okoye is.

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