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A highlight from 110: Part 2: Ryan Steck is a Spy - The Real Book Spy
"Navy SEALs are so played out. The Delta boys are so played out. I'm looking for good reason. I'm not putting them down. I mean, come on. There's a reason why we all know about them. But I thought, you know, who's left? And the more research I was doing, the more people I talked to, like, who's the biggest bad that's -ass not a SEAL or a Delta boy? And it was like, finally, someone said to me, what do you know about the Marine Raiders? And I was like, you know, not much. So the more I looked into them, the more I thought, this is more Red's brew of coffee right here. Yeah. My character, Matthew Red, I just saw it instantly, man. It just clicked. And I kind of just ran with it. Yeah. Cause the Raiders, I mean, there's been some variations of stuff. So one of my friends came out of Naval Academy, FBI agent, but was a captain in the Marines. He was force recon. And there's this great picture of him. It used to be on his Twitter page. He's doing a halo jump in white. It's wintertime, but he's doing a halo jump in white. You know, and it's like, you know, that's some cool shit. But when I first started reading about Matthew Red, like you say, he almost, it reminded me of what you would get if you kind of put together like a Mitch Rapp and a Jack Reacher, you know, and a couple other folks, you know, somebody got some street smart as well as smart knows how to operate tactically. But I like the fact that you set it out in States that tend to be flyover countries. You know, I came from Kansas flyover country. Now I do have to ask one thing. Will Matthew Red ever work with the Dutton Ranch at Yellowstone to drive off the other people? Well, you know, it's interesting. When I first wrote about Montana, I kind of think a lot of people I was talking to was like, no one cares about Montana. Like, no one wants to read about that. And then like two years later, Yellowstone came out. And then 1823, 1883, then 1923. I think they care about Montana now, you know? And so, so that was, I won't lie to you. That was another reason why John Talbot was like, Hey, the timing's good. Let's get this thing out the door. Let's go shop it. You know, Yellowstone's huge. I don't think that hurt for sure. But you know, Red's got his own cattle ranch that he's worried about right now. And in book two, he's facing a very real threat of losing it. And I mean, that is just one of, put that farther down the list of problems he's got in book two. Well, we want to tie this back to our Game of Crimes theme, because it has to relate somehow to crime. So what happens is, he's kind of, kind of tell a little bit too, Matthew is set up in the beginning, team, something happens to his team, obviously, and then he's got the choice between getting court -martialed, you know, or taking a less than honorable discharge and getting out of the Marines, which kind of, that's the inciting incident. That's what sets him on the path coming back to Montana. So how did you come up with the, because you, like you said, you originally talked about human trafficking. How did you come up with the idea though, for Fields of Fire, in terms of the manipulation of the food supply? Yeah, I mean, I'll touch on it a little, I don't want to spoil it, but one day I was sitting around, I won't name names, but there was a billionaire who looks like a really nice dude, a friendly face, round glasses, just looked super nice, but was making headlines because he's buying up all this farmland. And I just was sitting there one day going, why? Is that Ted Turner? Why are they buying up all this, why are they buying up all this farmland? Well, that's the Chinese too. They've been doing a lot of that out there. Well, I couldn't let it go. And I just thought, okay, let's say that this nice looking billionaire is actually not, what might they be doing? And so in my fictional universe, there's a billionaire who comes from the tech world. His name is Anton Gage and he looks very nice.
Senators beat Rangers 5-3 to spoil Patrick Kane's debut
"The debut of a new ranger was spoiled by a pair of old ones as the senators earned a 5 three win at Madison Square Garden. Derek Broussard scored twice to back fellow X ranger camp Talbot, who stopped 29 shots. Talbot denied Patrick Kane with a pad save with 5 minutes left in the third. Cain was playing for the first time since the rangers acquired him from the Blackhawks this week. It would be nice to kind of settle in. Get a couple practices and kind of understand the way they want to play. The blue shirts led three to two until Broussard scored on an assist from Claude Giroux, who provided the tie breaking goal less than two minutes later. I'm Dave fairy.
"talbot" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"The way. So those people who I think came up together around about the same sort of year. Way back when, only a few years ago, really. So yeah, Charlie knows max cook and who else is named. I think Tommy bridewell. I mean, he's had some difficult times. He's being the championship a long time. He had a good package last year, but for one reason or another he struggled. And I think if Paul Berman sport PBM can get the bike and get the team back to where it was a few years ago, I think I really think Tommy bridewell could be a threat for the championship. I think if I was going to put a sneaky little bet on, I think my back would be for Tommy bridal. And are you going to put a sneaky little bet on? Well, if we go back to last week's conversation with Christian did and I don't think we found a paid site that was doing very similar to the moment. Okay, fair enough. No. Well, yeah, I don't I am occasionally have a little bit now and again, I don't try and get too deep into it unless it's like a really interesting F one season and then a bet like the most obvious thing about. This weekend talking about when it's quite a busy crowd. I didn't even know it was on to be honest because motor sport radios got live IndyCar coverage live coverage of IndyCar this weekend. And then the first round of Formula One at Bahrain. Yeah, but mostly most felt radio has live IndyCar racing coverage and indie next coverage as well. Yay. Which is quite exciting. We've not mentioned it at all, so I can understand you not knowing about that. You may mention it a few hundred more times between now and Friday, which will have live coverage of practice and we had to get special permission to even air practice because we're the only broadcasters other than IndyCar themselves in the world to actually care about even streaming practice, apparently. So everyone just we just, well, to us, that means that's like a normal thing. If you're going to show something, if you're going to, if you're going to have something live, have a dollar live, if you can. And behalf of Leicester, Leicester and some of our colleagues alongside two IndyCar drivers. Leicester spoke to IndyCar driver yesterday. In a name that interview, which you can see on Facebook and other social media channels and on motor sport radio dot com. So yeah, go ahead and have a listen to that very interesting and give you guys more of an insight into the IndyCar and light championship. If something don't know much about it, yeah, great series. Looking forward to it. Some British contenders as well in there. So yeah, definitely. In M Ahmed confirmed today who also won the British F three championship, our GB three championship as it is now. But basically, yeah, it's okay to like both two and four wheels kids. Absolutely. Yeah, let's not discriminate. It's okay. Everyone's equal here. But yeah, live in average and it's free as well. It doesn't cost you 60 odd quid a month. It's going to be a busy month that M more sport is march, whether that be as bees case preseason properly starting to kick off or world superbikes or in the second round of the season MotoGP starting F one star and IndyCar star. And they turn the 200s for more America. It's their race next weekend or two weekends away, I believe. So there's some big events coming up for motor sport and it's going to be exciting one or two months and then we get right into the and it's all season long all the way until November. See, I'm just I'm really excited to get going and I think this season. So going back to what we were just seeing in British super bikes. Just rented off on that. If I was to bet on which I can't, but if I was. It's a young ever was I think Jason O'Hara and for me. Okay. Because I, of course, BSB has changed up this year. It's got the new point system. The Sudan has been scrapped and I think without the pressure of the show then Jason Howard and when the championship because it's been fighting for two years of that rule now. Yeah, a lot of people forget the is it a big change or is it a slight change? They've essentially got rid of the showdown and the championship, even if they're outside the top three. So that would be a that could be a lot of people forget why the showdown was introduced in the first place and it was for a really good reason and it worked. So removing that might have the opposite effect of having a last it could if you're expecting a last because we're used to it now in BSB to have these last race big showdown in our brands hatch might not happen. It might be title might be wrapped up in like thruxton or somehow. Yeah, I think. Yeah, I think last year certainly felt the show then I think it got wrapped up before the final realm of Brad the other day. But yeah, I think we could see in the next couple of years like what happens if Leon kamiri just stormed away with it and super bikes and then the brought on the show then. So yeah, I think we could see that happening again and of course if we get to the final stages of the season, it could potentially get confusing for viewers at home because they start to change and how much points you get for a race while they get for a second place in the championship. I believe the final 5 points for a win is instead of the normal 25 light we've seen every other story. Over the course of the season, so it could get confusing and we could see like you said someone running away of the championship. Well, I figured that out, Chris? On the canvas of that one swan Stewart Higgs, the series director to announce the change in the format to the points and essentially get rid of the showdown. It was quite interesting on the graphs and the calculations that were done that if last year Bradley ray's winning season, if the showdown wasn't in place at that point, the point difference, if there was no showdown, would have been minimal. So as much as, yeah, possibly, I think you could have someone run away with it. It just depends what happens. But I think but did they just base it on just last year, though, not what not like the last ten years. I'm unsure. I think the calculations were based on how the standings would look if we were outside of the showdown. Yeah, 'cause I did a similar thing, which I'm probably will bring back this year towards the end of last year. It was just me basically messing about. And it was doing a championship as though like the show doubt every chapter I think I did one for Formula One and motor GP and Formula One together. And it was like almost like a showdown, but instead of everyone getting reset, it was moving into a World Cup style knockout system. And everybody got randomly paired with each other. In basically a head to head knockout competition. Basically, whoever scored higher in qualifying the race and some other thing went through into the next thing and just basically it was just a slightly interesting thing to see who would actually win the championship based on if it was a knockout competition.
"talbot" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"The new BMW. I reckon dunnington Lewis could put you on a bike as a wild card ride, you'd probably go better than some of the big names. I think what's going to be interesting is this weekend, a to C as it's round two. See how everybody develops, see where people are lying in positions and like Lewis said, see how BMW goes this weekend. And once that's concluded moving on to the British superbike test, see how the even though technically totally different machines won as follow electronics and one doesn't, it will just be interesting to see how the BMW pairs in the British series as well because if you look at last year and either of the championships in British superbikes all worlds, there was no outstanding BMW rider. And that's unusual going back in previous years, BMW has been a top title fighter. And to see them struggling so much. And to hear that, some of the team principals isn't even attend the test. That's not good news, but round one. Well, that's not, as I say, let's not draw too many conclusions into the fact that they didn't do grades. And nobody's got any high hopes for them. Because you never know. It could all, like you say, change, but Angie would has been on live on the show good evening Angie. Thanks for tuning in. And she's mentioned, I think, regarding Bautista, this comment is regarding, she said, they weren't saying this when ray was off in the distance winning. I think regarding some of the criticism, I think. But I remember when ray was off in the distance winning and everybody was a bit bored from yes, obviously like to watch the most successful British rider ever winning was good, but we want I remember a lot of people switching off and yeah, a lot of people tuned off from well superbikes because it wasn't competitive, really, I suppose. So yeah, I think there was. But let's just hope that. So we get a bit more competition up at the front. This round. Hello to Ben Robinson as well. And so Kim hollings and Robert who's all tuned in listening live, good evening, folks. Just want to mention about BSB as well, because well, you touched on it there, Chris. Regarding the BMW is not necessarily them. But thinking earlier today, I don't know if there is any standout big obvious people title contenders necessarily looking ahead to BSB. Now some of those title contenders might argue that in fact they are the natural title contenders, but looking around the whole of the grid is right now it could be literally anybody's for me anyway. I mean, I don't know what your thoughts do you have any particular high hopes for anyone in particular. By the way, I am a neutral when it comes to BSB. I don't hate or support any particular rider unless they're advertising with us or are our commercial partners, in which case we love them. But currently, no, no, nobody yet. So yeah, Chris Lewis, what do you think? Is there any, am I right in that initial basic, very basic assessment? I think, absolutely, Leicester. A lot, you know, there's a couple of riders that have left the championship and to go on to world super sport, for example, writing in the previous year going up to world superbikes. And a lot of riders from, for example, British super sport and other classes coming up to coming up to the championship. And I think as those big names move on and newer younger blood comes in, I feel the championship is only going to continue to get closer and closer. I'm really looking forward to it because personally from a personal perspective, I couldn't pick one person for the championship and I think even last year, as well as Bradley ray did, at the beginning, look how many winners we had from different teams across the year. Josh Brooks, I think there was 11, I think. There was a lot. A lot of you, yeah. Yeah, I'm just going to say a lot, so yeah, but yeah, I just think Josh Brooks, for example, moving across a whole high hopes for Josh. I think most people are going to say Jason o'halloran has got to be a favorite, but I think there's some dark horses in there. Which could have stomped Stacy, you say? Yeah, it could be. Ryan Vickers. I'm not sure, really. I just thought of the question. And I'll ask Lewis, I suppose. Maybe not fair to you, says, you're now working in the pattern of Chris, of course. You know, you're a big figure now, of course. Infamous. And will, Lewis. Will OMG be as strong this year as they were last year? Are they going to continue that form or has something changed to have your title sponsor run away and leave you? During your title winning year, that's got to be a blow. Yes, it has got to be a more than just run the way it was a very, very confusing time for I think everyone involved in that title sponsor. But yeah, I don't know. I don't think OMG, even though themselves right now, because I thought that if that much time on the Twitter Twitter feedback were for 2020, there's and I've seen quite a lot on social media from OMG on them advertising constantly just to try to get some more sponsors tried to get some partners into the team and get a bit more budget into the year and that really think the result is going to depend on that. It's going to depend on F they can get the credit budget together and right in vectors adapts to the bike because we've seen Ryan Vickers have. I think it's fair to say a tough couple of seasons and it's just going to depend on how fast he can regain his content. And to get back to his true potential, but yeah, I think it's really going to depend on that and talk about dark horses. I think this year and BSB max cooks going to be a dark horse to watch the season because it really shocked me actually when every jumped up from the class because he spent the year race and then junior super stock won the championship went to super sport airly and well, frankly it did a mason on this wild card and then just straight away spent idea and support when that championship is just straight we made the jump to super bike. So he's already tested that bacon the crew we think he's right there. So yeah, I honestly think he is a dark horse. I think he is. The horse and not a dark you know what I mean he's basically he's got the skills and he's got the talent. He's there on merit and him and I can see also Charlie nesbitt as well pulling off a few upsets. Then both together both fab racing graduates as
"talbot" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Yeah, dominant weekend. It was a great weekend from both in the wet and the drive. There was nothing that could stop him and there was nothing that could stop the Katy to be honest. I think apart from Ruben rinaldi, everyone else was over ten seconds behind. So yeah, it really, really should this pace test we can, but Bautista has always been quite good at fellow palins. I wouldn't read too much in depth for the rest of season. I believe Baltic says now won the most races at Phillip island after this weekend. So yeah, we would be too much into it. But I still think he's going to be a championship contender because ray has a pretty bad weekend to put a bond. And top rack razz Katy ogle got taken out by Alex Lowes in one of the races. So actually the championship standards is belty still leaked in from Andrea locatelli top racks teammate. There was a little bit of worry from a few fans who enjoyed the Jonathan ray era of dominance and basically there were just a little bit. Is it a bit of that old are we just seeing like I mentioned just the first round of potentially a bit of an unusual result? Maybe. Yeah, it was still think it's probably an unusual result to be honest. Something raised going to be up there this season. And a lot of fans, especially ray fans have put it down to Kawasaki getting 500 RPM cut off the range and I believe start last season if they changed up the ZX ten model, but it just seems that ray is having to override that bike and he's having to push harder than he ever has before. We've seen ray make the most mistakes. I think I've personally ever seen the men world superbikes. And whether that just be because he's been out front by himself the past few years or maybe the girls just took that step up and Kawasaki's slightly fallen behind, especially compared to the Ducati. So yeah, I think ray has some work to do Kawasaki definitely have some work to the over this year and intestine. They didn't look comfortable with that front end and I feel like, yeah, there's still some work to still put some development on that ZX ten. Okay. And Chris, the weekend in well superbikes and super sport. What did you make of it? I think it was a great event. I think for the time of year and notorious bill it followed, I think the weather was probably what we were what we were expecting. One thing I wanted to mention in particular is Harry treel, obviously coming from the British super sport championship. It's been a number of years in the series. And the lincolnshire lad. 11th position. In race one, one, absolutely fantastic. You know, resort for a very small time on the bike. And unlucky for him in race two, a small slide off in a one lap one, but I'm really looking forward to seeing what he's capable of and what he could do as the season goes forward. In terms of world superbike, I think just from that one race, two races, that's probably the closest I've seen world superbikes in a number of years. And if we can have light race to potentially a rider's going for fourth position, then we could have a real, real good title about our hands. So yeah, do you agree with that Lewis? What do you reckon? Yeah, I think, especially for a place as Christians said, that was an incredible battle that lasted all race, but once again, whenever M raised to with that fourth place battle, just like John for ray was struggling again, weaver's retired grip actually, the Kawasaki just couldn't at very bad tire degradation and the second race. But yeah, the fourth place battle was amazing and we've seen the writers just going for it and battle and all elbows out. It was incredible to see from world class writers at a world class venue. Cool. All right. Well, let us know what you think, get in touch and have your say. Use the hashtag on social media, motor sport radio, or you can just drop your comments in the comments box below, wherever you're listening to this. Or if you've downloaded it, hello and welcome. Don't forget to, I don't know. Add your thoughts. We always like listening to our reading. People's feedback, especially if they've been listening back to us. And we know a lot of people download the show after we're live as well. So a big hello to everybody who's done that. Right. So that aside, well, superbikes for now, we will return to it because we've got a couple of guests coming on the show and maybe a couple of announcements who knows we'll see what information slips out with or without the addition of wine. Chris. Anyway, so I guess as you've arranged these guests to come on Chris, you can introduce them. JR performance, we've got the team principal and owner Joe Richardson. With two artists this year, one yet to be announced. And it's current rider from the national superstar championship Joe Talbot. So hello, folks, hello, guys. Thank you very much for coming on the superbike show. We got a full show, this evening. Thank you. Hello, Joe and Joe. Yeah, good to both have you on the show. I think we spoke briefly about an hour ago just before the show. Joe Richardson, this is going to get confused, isn't it? But you mentioned that having Joe Talbot is not necessarily a big surprise because he's a well-known partnership with you. You're now making it official, though. Yeah, not sure. Yeah, I will say, I mean, I only got invited on myself about an hour and a half ago. And said, do you fancy coming on to Joe's comment on that? Okay, yeah, no problem. We can do that. Thank you. But yeah, sure, you know, obviously we've little Joe the best play probably the way to keep us separate is probably he's a little Joe and I'm a big job. That's probably the easiest way to do it. No, it's fine. So yeah, no, obviously, you know, Joe's been working now for going back to 20 20, 2020, 21, 22, and now we go obviously going into 23. So yeah, really chuffed obviously to have you enjoying the team again for this year. He's come out of a long way over the years for only 19 years old as well. And he just keeps learning and learning, you know, he did a good job last year on the Kawasaki ZX ten. We got the bike where we needed to get it. Every circuit we went to and he went out and performed as well as he could every time that he got on it. So, you know, we had some solid top finishes as well, which was great. Okay, well, yeah. A high pricing deed, Joe Talbot, our little show was we should call you maybe right now. So yeah, glad to be back again. And what's your preseason training or what you plans at the moment, little Joe? I'll Joe Talbot. Yes. Thanks for having me on. First of all, from a pre season what's happening so far, I'd only had four days on maneuver bike. That was in December. So I've just been training hard at home, trying to stay on in Java by any sort of about that really could get me hands on to stay fit, and I'm just off to Spain shortly. I think Friday this week so I can go and test my Honda with the full team there, which I'm looking forward to. Cool. All right. And well, I know, Chris and Lois, I think, as some questions for you, as well as any anybody listening live, I'll be checking
"talbot" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"Found a picture of it. The lovell can a level Kent racing with the riders themselves. I think they were announced back in October on November. It wasn't a big announcement for the riders themselves, but just the delivery, which really does look really nice. So yeah, interesting one that one. So yeah, let us know what you think though. From what Lewis was mentioning about the F9 hundred cup and the prize money and everything that's the players announced this week. One interesting thing I was reading this week from BMW themselves is potentially a 75. Sized grid, which is absolutely incredible. You know, to have that amount of interest for a single class is absolutely extraordinary. And I think that's potentially going to be one class to watch this year. I'm not quite sure like we were discussing enough with Steve. How it's going to work and well, they said that there'd be like a knockout type thing I forgot exactly what did he say Lewis? You probably remember that. Yeah, it was announced that it seemed tame I believe with the prize fund that it's basically going to be too qualifying sessions and then it's going to be separated and almost heat races, which the gulf two heat races and if I remember right at the top of my head that surround the top 16 from each heat race makes it into the final race the main race while then the rest of the grid gets put into a last chance race which the top four from the last chance race well they can get put into the main race. It's a little bit confusing, but that's how it's going to work to my understand. They're basically two groups, which the top 16 marriage into one from each group and then they'll have a big grit for the final race. I do understand it. I've seen obviously races, but just as a straightforward type traditional kind of race, it appears to not be that, but certainly, yeah, for 75 grand for your first season. That definitely catch people's attention for sure. And yeah, so talking about then, moving on to Australia and world superbikes, which happened at the weekend. A couple of big headlines, as you mentioned, Lewis. First of all, tasm Mackenzie had a bit of a surprising good result, really in the end. But there was a few problems potentially with his bike. But yeah, he got I ended up with a 5th place in the end, which was very good. Yes, yeah, it was really good. And there was a crash in race one bringing out the red flag. Which then meant the Raiders had to return to the pet loom for about ten 50 minutes, and then after red flag is subsided, there was rainfall and that range really, really hard actually, which then meant the race completely changed up and one of the race got underway. The likes of John mcphee and Tara Mackenzie just managed to sweep through the field and Mackenzie picked off a 5th place, which is, yeah, it's incredible to be honest. Going into the weekend, it was, it was announced that the team had a somewhat illegal engine because the engine was practically stock and the transfer practically stock on the motorcycle, which meant the team was about 20 kilometers down in a straight line and they had to ask door nor the FIM and the teams on the world to support grid ether or allowed to race. And of course, everyone practically said, yes, because nobody thought they would be competing for place possessions. Yeah, go on that. Yeah. And it's very, very impressive and race to Mackenzie then went back down the orator and where we felt we would see him near the back of the grid, but of course he did have that standard engine that he did have a massive straight line deficit. So yeah, I mean, you still have to be able to get the results no matter what the conditions are. So good. Exactly. Yeah, so he said it himself, I think, on his social media channel. And unexpected results are welcome one. And yeah, so let's say if he can maybe do the same again at this weekend long Indonesia. Anyway. I won't be watching that live. So no, not for me. I'll catch up on the highlights or something potentially. And also, John mcphee, yes, Scotsman on the podium in The Rain, who the fault, but yeah, it's great. John mcphee, first weekends on 600 and he goes and puts it on the podium. So impressive once again, and he looked comfortable in the wet, to be honest, look good all weekend, even then qualifying it was quite strong and qualified and was mixed conditions once again. So it was probably certainly qualifying isn't what you want in your first weekend on the 600s, but once again, you put on the podium and it was a great result for him and I think himself and the team were surprised at that. Okay. Yeah, certainly. Is it do you think maybe as he found his happy place now? It's early days and sometimes round one of a championship can throw up potentially unusual results. So maybe we shouldn't be reading too much into it until we get further into the season. But yeah, good first result for him, but I'm sure as a fellow Scott, Lewis, you'd be looking to maybe read a bit too much into that maybe, but I don't let's wait and see. Well done, good to see John at face smiling and up at the right end of the podium where he I think belongs, really. And friend of motor sport radio follower of motor sport radio, Alvaro by T and he does actually follow most of what radio, by the way. Hello. And yeah, he had a very dominant weekend, Lewis. And you wrote about it on our website motor sport radio.
"talbot" Discussed on Motorsport Radio
"We are here till about 10 o'clock tonight if you're listening live. Well, we've got loads coming up on the show. We're going to talk about the well superbikes at Australia around one in the 2023 championship and what happened in it, including some surprise results, also we're going to also be talking about the latest in BSB news as well so all the biggest gossip as well as all the latest dramas and maybe things that possibly might be breaking during the show, little teaser for you there. On tonight's show, we have coming up a bit later. We have Harry cook coming up. Around 8 45. So stay tuned for that. And also we've got Joe Talbot on the show as well as the team boss of the racing, a little bit distracted with some breaking news going on here. As well, but yeah, as Joe and Joe will be coming on the show shortly in the next few minutes or so. And joining us right now here on the superbike show, show number two of 2023. We're back again a second week in a row. This time on a Tuesday, by the way. So we used to do things on like a Thursday in this yada yada, but we're here on a Tuesday, basically because Lois gets more time off college on a Tuesday. In Lewis ray joins us this evening, live from Scotland, how's your week been Lewis? Yeah, it's been good. This was some great race in this week and just some great guests coming on today. Definitely. And also joining us live from lincolnshire. I think it's Chris Chamberlain. Hello. Evening. How are you? Yeah, good. Thank you. Yeah, good. Good to get to show number two underway. Yes, so we've all got I've got my grape juice for this evening is a favor to drink for this evening. Lewis has got what? What are Walter and Chris Scott? Wine. Apple juice. I swear, it's a culture. He says, so yeah, we'll be getting on to the interviews shortly. But yeah, over the last week, some big breaking news just want to also let you know also because his big news for motor sport radio and not related necessarily to BSB or bikes or anything like that. But on the Friday last week, motor sport radio was very proud to announce that all season long. We announced that we'll have live radio coverage of IndyCar. Right here on motor sport radio. I know it's not thing to do with like motorcycle racing. But basically, we were just very delight to announce the fact that many more world class big brands are aligning with joining up to most sport radio, where you can as well. Get in touch for more details. Hello, motor sport radio. Right, promotions out of the way. Lewis, what's been happening in the last week? What's the big news? Yeah, so there's been a lot of news in the past week world super baits have had the first round of the season with Alvaro Bautista taken three out of three wins and four pilot Scott trainer John mcphee finished his first ever world super sport race on the podium with Mackenzie finished an theft as well and McKenzie's team didn't manage to give him a race engine or race electronics in the first weekend meeting that he was 20 kilometers down the street light and still managed to get 5th place. World superbikes were also returned to emila after three years away from the Italian track. Which would be some great race and retardant there. BMW F9 hundred are have announced a 75,000 pound prize fund including a brand new BMW M1 thousand double R super stock well super bike which they can use in the super stock class to be able to move through the ranks. PR racing has rebranded to L one race and wobble and came to a net of unveiled their new lovely this week with Danny and Kieran Kent to write them. It's a bright lovely definitely one. Yeah, it's quite pink and there's all things for everyone. But I like it myself. I quite like it as well. Yeah, it'll stand out on track and have announced a privateer campaign this year and the super stop 1000 class on the Honda CBR 1004 fire SP. On the British talent cup and the junior super stock class, the Germans brothers have came back together for a season. And yeah, so we a great year of race and still this late point in the preseason, there's still a lot of news coming out from both teams and raiders. Definitely, yeah, there was the yesterday, I think that Jones brothers announcement, they Joe's brothers racing announced that they were basically back for 2023. Apologies because I can barely even pronounce their names. I think it's ocean Jones and his brother. Yeah, and his brother there. But what really confused me is in the picture, if you look on the BSB website right now, British superbike dot com check it out. On the article. Dan Jones is stood with them in the middle. And I didn't even know I didn't even think he was related to any of the Jones brothers. So I don't know what's going on. I don't know. We have to investigate that one. Maybe he is but he might just be a rider coach slash announcer adviser, so if anyone knows if he even Dan's tuned in listening. So apologies for not knowing. I just presumed that you weren't but anyway, he was just, it was just one little thing that confused me. And it doesn't take much to be fair. But yeah, as you mentioned, as well, Lewis as well, that former stock 600 champion Ben loxton from scope. I think our marble has announced that he will contest the Pirelli national superstock championship on bodies basically he's bought a bike in his entering on these without a team, I think, just the super Ben luxton team. I think that's the thing. He's going with. But he may join a team, hopefully will, because he deserves that support, I think. And let us know regarding the lovell Kent racing team livery. Is it does it catch your eye? Is it a nice livery? I've got to ask Chris. So as you've had experiences stunning at the side of the track, just like a lot of fans, do you reckon that bike is one that might catch your eyes? Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. It seems I saw the press release from the team. I think it's probably got to be one of the, you know, the best looking live is on the grid, I think, because the way they've done the colors with the white and the pink, it really stands out and it was actually one of the only bikes since they've released it. I zoomed in and looked at the graphics because I thought, you know, what an amazing idea. And yeah, yeah, I think it's a great, great costume. Let me try and have a look, see if I can find it here. Yeah,
Bart Herbison and Doug Share Stories About Elvis
"And I share a my birthday in his death day. August 16th. August 16th, he died on my birthday. And I told the story the other day on one of the podcasts about my next door neighbor Beatty, who, again, lucky you loved Elvis and everything and she came running across all my birthday party. He's dead, he's dead. He's dead. We thought it was. I mean, I thought of her husband and died and it was Betty talking about Elvis and died. And so, you know, the sharing this. So the last part where they actually showed real video of him in those last concerts where he was bloated. He was there. I mean, some of those actually, those are memories are not memories for me. Those are actually, I saw those concerts. That's all. So it was really, really interesting to just see. Well, one last Elvis plug and a story. Peter go around a controversial author. And he was very controversial when he wrote to John Lennon book and the Elvis book too. There's two Elvis books, careless love, and last train of Memphis. There are over a thousand pages, and they're so thorough. It's like he was in the room, so he tells everything good, bad and different. And I particularly love a lot of the stories he told in the famous RCA studio B across the street from my headquarters. And here's one. I got the privilege of knowing Chad Atkins a little bit. One of my mentors, the late Joe Talbot, took me to launch at a place called I forget what it was mauds down on music grow. It's not there anymore. And chat was there. They had a standing launch every Friday they were in town. I couldn't make this up. He sit there playing his guitar at the table quietly. And I looked at Joe and he goes, that's why he's Chad and he plays everywhere. So Chad is the only major artist I've ever heard of that wanted a closing act. Chet went to bed at 8 o'clock if he could. 8 30, he was a country farmer, got up in the wee hours, three or 4 o'clock in the morning. And so Elvis is showing up late or wants to record at ten, 11, 12 may not show up, sits in their place gospel songs all night, and he can't stay awake at 2 o'clock in the morning. So he calls Elvis's team and RCA and goes, look, I like the kid. And at that time, Nashville did not embrace Elvis. They threw him off the grand Ole opry. They didn't know what he was. But Chet liked him and saw that he was about to change music, but he said, I don't care. 11 o'clock tonight, I don't remember if it was four or 5 songs we do them and we're out.
Inflation Under Joe Biden vs. Ronald Reagan
"So I thought to myself and I like to do this on my Fox show this weekend too that wouldn't it be really great Wouldn't it be terrific to just go back and take a look at history The last time we had an inflationary economic crisis what did Ronald Reagan do Because I have the numbers showing that Reagan turned it around quickly So I pulled up this article because Biden's blaming everyone Again he wants to hike taxes here This is an article from Chris Talbot It's from the hill It's from last year May of 2021 I say it's from last year because Jen Psaki just said Jim then we play it in the last hour Jen Psaki said nobody warned them about this inflation thing Nobody would have A bunch of dopes and people believe it Nobody warned you Here's may 13th What's today's date May 10th So this was almost exactly a year ago minus three days That a guy by the name of Chris talgo who I don't know but it's a very good piece wrote a piece in the hill anyone could have seen He said Biden should take a page out of Reagan's inflation killing playbook So when Ronald Reagan got into the Oval Office in 1980 he notes he inherited an economy struggling with runaway inflation In January of 1980 inflation was 13.9% So in other words under the Reagan years when he first got into office folks the inflation problem was even worse When Biden got into office inflation was running two to 3% Brandon there managed to make it make an explode to 8 and a half percent So when Reagan got into office inflation was 13.9% By April it increased the 14.8% This is what he inherited from Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan Far worse almost double what Biden's got now
Pete & Seth Talbott Reflect on Business Failures and Successes
"We are talking to my Friends, Pete and south Calvin, but for this segment, we call them the Talbot group. Welcome to the group. Thank you. Okay, your business gurus, you've run all these businesses. You've crushed it. You turned relief factor into a business so successful. We can't mention it on the air. The legally speaking, we're not letting that's not true, right? And we were talking about your coffee business on our bound coffee. You said, I think you said to me, Pete that 20% of all businesses fail in the first two years. 65% of all businesses fail in the first ten years. Is this true? Yes, and the amazing thing about that, think about it. That means odds are for those ten years, those business owners and CEOs are really struggling. They have not figured it out. They're terrified. They have sleepless nights. They're trying to make things work. They're trying to figure out advertising. Do I do direct mail? Do I do radio do I do TV? They're trying to do too much with very, very little resources, trying to desperately figure out what the combination is. And so what you're now officially offering help for people who want it. But you talk about the science of marketing. And because you've done so much in this world with so many different kinds of business. You feel like you've figured it out. It's not just, hey, let's see. There's actual principles that always apply. Yeah, I think I've actually focused on failure more than I did success. I found that when I was trying to figure out what these big successful companies had in common. Frankly, timing, unique relationships and a bit of this luck, too often kind of correlated to why they were super successful with Facebook. Don't try to deconstruct that and use it as an example. What I found is that failure had a lot in common. And from my business feelings, which I know I have at least as many. In fact, I think I have more than my dad in actual feelings. I started looking at the post mortems that CEOs of companies that had failed were writing. And so I started to become a student of that. And so what we do with the topic group is that we when we engage with our clients, we kind of deconstruct the brand, the company to figure out what's going on. So that we can give them a strategic plan
Why Did Pete & Seth Talbott Create the Talbott Group?
"A week ago that I said that every week I would have a segment with my friends Pete and Seth talbott, because I have no recollection of that. But they're sitting here and they claim that I said that. So I thought, all right, I trust them, they're Friends. We did, I think we said that because you guys have stepped away officially from relief factor and you are now focusing on helping other businesses. So now you're officially called the Talbot group. Of a group, right? We've actually had the Talbot group. I started the television group back in the 80s. I'm not going to take your word for it. I need to see some paperwork. I got to see come on. Well, he's old enough that I think that you could there's a few 30 years of windows contained in this body here. And just the Talbot group is an advertising and production company. And we specialize in developing and implementing strategic marketing programs for companies. And that's our new 100% focus because as we talked about last time, we've stepped down from really factor. We love relief factor. It's not amazing, go to relief factor dot com if you're in pain folks, I'm serious. We felt we wanted to help other businesses. Other people that are that have their own businesses, small, midsize businesses, that just aren't cutting it. Maybe they're failing. Well, or maybe even mediocre. Before
Why Pete & Seth Talbott Stepped Away From Relief Factor
"The Pete and Seth Talbot, welcome to New York. Welcome to the program. Hey. It's fun to be back. It's fun to get to know people beyond the initial actually, in some cases, it's not fun at all. But in your case, it is a lot of fun because the more I get to know. The more I get to know you, the more I like you and when you were telling me of what you are doing now and what you have planned, I thought, you know what? I think my audience will find it interesting. So let's start there. What do you do right now? Well, for the last 8 years, actually starting at about 9 years ago. We were cofounders of relief factor. And God was good. And business. For one time, folks. Yes. Just this one time. God was good. God is good. He always has been. Okay, good. And we were able to be blessed with the success of relief factor, but this last June, we stepped down from the day to today management Seth, of course, was the CEO from day one. I was the director of marketing and together we got to the point where we had as many as 20,000 people a day coming to our website, for example. To check out. Okay, that's called success. Are you allowed to use that word on the program? No, seriously, people don't realize. I remember when we started with relief factor. And I just realized that it really grew and grew and grew and grew until now you've got ads everywhere with Friends of mine like pat Boone and Phyllis Diller actually, no, she's not in there. Pat. Papuan really is. But you've got Charlie Kirk and Sebastian gorka. A lot of people that I know and I'm not in the ads, folks. I'm not in the ads, but I want to tell you I use this stuff, but I actually was amazed to see that the company, I guess the term you'd use is it exploded. It became very successful because I'm not here to sell relief factor. I'm just here to be honest. It does work when I don't take it. If I go on vacation, I forget it. I realize, oh yeah, now I know why I take
Bill and Hillary Clinton Thought They Would Never Get Caught
"Right I mean clearly the reason we're talking a Sarah card one because she's great A talented investigative reporter but secondly nobody knows more about this case than her I mean she knows more than I do I'm willingly succeed to see the gold medal to this era Here's what worries me about it You know I'm serious You know a lot But the clintons have successfully insulated themselves from prosecution throughout the years by playing this sergeant Schultz thing I don't know nothing I don't hear nothing I don't see nothing And they use these cutouts like strobe Talbot and Cody shear A Cody shear who is strobe Talbot's brother in law strobe Talbot being a known Clinton inner circle guy was Bill Clinton's deputy Secretary of State He was at brookings And Cody shears his brother in law Cody shear sour wrote this dossier that resembles this Steele dossier I believe yeah And you have Sydney blumenthal That's right Who was also involved in it also involved with Cody sheer and I remember breaking that story And I remember wondering whatever happened to Sydney blumenthal It's like they left him out You know there were so many people around Hillary Clinton and you're right down to describe them as cut out And I think you're being very humble because I think the people that listen to you know that you you have this down pat You have been investigating this from the beginning along with me and along with others and you've seen different angles of this case as well And one of those is being Cody here and this other dossier The involvement of the State Department in this with Jonathan winter Remember him Yeah we of course wanted on We could go on and on with all of these names It's almost as if you have to put one of those big diagrams up with all of the names and all of the connections And I think what is so brilliant about and I know you're going to say you're saying Hillary Clinton's brilliant I think Hillary and Bill Clinton were so adept at playing this political game They thought they were never going
"talbot" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is up 57 again there of about four tenths of 1% Again ten year yield 1.45% gold is down 1% 1763 the ounce West Texas intermediate crude unchanged now 65 61 a barrel natural gas slumping again down another 3.8% to 4.9 cents per million BTUs Jobless claims are holding near a historic low and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Weekly jobless claims edged tire running at 222,000 after setting a half century low Claims are back to where they were before the pandemic after setting historic highs in the millions looking ahead Friday the government issues data in November payroll growth and economists are forecasting a rope by showing a game topping a half million Any doubts you guys will Burke radio On an update for U.S. stocks Apple shares are dropping after the iPhone maker was set to tell suppliers that demand for its flagship product has slowed taking the shine off of the company's recent record Right now apple is down by 1% to one 63 O 7 Again recapping equities are advancing S&P up 61 up 1.4% I'm Charlie Talbot David Weston is a Bloomberg business flash Thank you so much Charlie pellet We started the week with uncertainty over the omicron variant and whether it could lead to new shutdowns in business and we're ending the week up against the deadline for funding the government with a different sort of shutdown threatening us now To talk through with us what the economy is facing We welcome Carly fiorina She's founder and chairman of Carly fiorina enterprises and unlocking potential Carly thanks so much for being back with us Always enjoy having you here So if I force you to rank these two threats of the government shutting down versus having to shut down parts of the economy which should we be more concerned about Well never say never David and always a pleasure to be with you as well But I don't think the government is going to shut down And I say that because the house passed today a temporary spending bill and Mitch McConnell gave a very important signal when he said earlier today nobody on either side wants a government shutdown And so I think what that means is both political parties understand it is in their interests to keep the government funded particularly during very difficult times With regard to economic shutdown and the impact of both Delta and amateur now honestly I don't think anyone has any tolerance for shutdowns So I think what you're going to see are slowdowns I think continuation of mass mandates new travel restrictions warnings about not gathering without being masked all those things I think will cause people to be more cautious Some gatherings perhaps postponed or canceled So that's a slowdown but I just don't think we can go back to shut down and I don't think anyone politically has the appetite for that Yeah and in fairness President Biden when asked earlier this week said he did not think we'd be able to shut down We're going to hear from him in just a few moments from now laying out what his plan is to deal with But what about business and what slowdown is you describe it might affect it Whether it's supply chain or otherwise if you're running a business how do you run a business with this sort of uncertainty Well I think that's a big question I do think it's likely that a lot of businesses are going to push back their reopen dates Those dates were already pushed from September to January And I think given what's going on now you may see a lot of businesses saying we can't really force people to come back in January either I mean the headlines that we're just read prior to this segment forget I'm a crime we have delta Increasing dramatically in 30 plus states So I do think that supply chain disruptions are certainly not going to get better You and I have talked about the fact that we're covering from these supply chain issues is a long-term problem not a short term fix So set aside omnikron I didn't expect the supply chain issues to be resolved until spring at the earliest in any event And this just adds to the difficulty clearly How much of the supply chain is bottom up rather than top down Well I think a lot of it is bottom up But I'm not quite sure what you mean by top down But how much can The White House do Oh well as you and I have talked about in the short term not a lot they can draw a bonus They can invest through the infrastructure Bill which I think goodness is passed now But that spending on infrastructure for example in our ports on our highway system that takes a long time to work its way through the system I'm going to interrupt you I apologize profusely but is the president of the United States It's Carly for you to thank you so much for being here with us And now we go to Joe Biden president of the United States Good afternoon.
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Don't wear a mask, people didn't want you wearing a mask. People looked at me like I don't give a frog fan. Exactly. They looked at me like where I'm gonna go yeah, come in. You want a piece of this? Come on, let's go. That's how they are. They're like, they're like, you don't need masks down here. Really? Really, everybody's dying. But you don't need masks. I'm telling you right now. I didn't see masks. I wore a mask. I was wondering all outsmart them. I'm gonna say, I have asthma. I have to wear it. Yeah, you can do this. Or you could say you say, I'm not COVID. I'm temporarily. I had bad plastic surgery. You don't want to see what's under this. Yeah. I'm from Hollywood. Bad plastic surgery. Yeah. My lips was the size of bubba buoys. Yeah. All right, Richard, plug anything that you want to plug. You know, I go on every night at 8 o'clock, 8 to 9 o'clock on Facebook on my YouTube channel, which is airborne. And my Twitter, which is ojeda number four, America. And then, you know, yeah, follow me on TikTok. Follow me on Instagram, whatever, you know. I'm going all right, Richard. I love you, brother. Hey, thanks, man. Love you brother. All right, I'll see you in the great army major state Senate original heating what it show. You know, it's so weird. I was nervous about today's show. I was like, I don't know, it's not a lot going on. And then, you know, I dug in, found the clips I wanted, found that Marjorie trail of green thing, which I knew was awesome. And then , you know, and then before you know it, I have a show. Bishop Talbot swan didn't get back to me until like 5 to 12. While I was playing the clips at the DM me, while I'm playing the USA singers, I still didn't know if I had bishop Talbot on foot, even though we confirmed a few days ago. So I was like, oh, no, this might be a train wreck today. But I'm so happy that we had the great bishop tablet Swann and also the great army major, oh, how.
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"We didn't hear that. We haven't seen any of that. And that's what bothers me. You know, we on the Democratic Party will hold our leaders accountable. I mean, governor Cuomo is no longer the governor of New York. In about ten days or something, the new female swears in. But you know, the Democrats. The Republicans were screaming that he needs to be held he needs to be held accountable. But the Democrats were screaming louder than the Republicans, this man needs to be held accountable. But yet, when it's on the opposite side, it's crickets. They don't care. And I mean, another guy mentioned it yesterday. There was another guy that was a Republican strategist that was big supporter of Trump and was at some of Trump's meetings and stuff. He got busted for child sex trafficking. I mean, it seems like. One out of 25, you know, perverts out there is a Democrat in 24 I'm a Republicans. And that's the way it's been looking because all these people that keep getting busted for doing this stuff are on the Republican ticket. So I mean, you know, they don't hold their own people accountable. By the way, I don't get like Diane results says I don't like her super chats. I don't know what you're talking about. I read it and asked the army major the question. God, I mean, people get so sensitive. I didn't say anything. I mean, I guess our question was about Haiti. But I don't know anything about Haiti about Clinton and Haiti. Look, look, as a soldier, we're not privy to the funding that comes in. You know, all I know is that there was a lot of, you know, we were giving out bags of rice. We were giving out cases of water and it was just it was a horrible, horrible situation. Haiti was probably the worst experience of my life. Because not only was it hard work from sun up to sundown, nonstop, but let me tell you the amount of death that we had to deal with there was far worse than anything I saw in Iraq and Afghanistan. And I can justify taking somebody out that was doing the wrong thing. But when you look at an entire school that pancaked and you're smelling the kids, when you got kids, when you got bodies laid out, it's bloated, you know, you can't justify that. I'm gonna dress this one with time. Diane, I did read your super chat. Nikki I can't go back that far. It only allows me to go back a certain amount. But I did read it. And it was about 80 and I just didn't know. I didn't know much about it, but it doesn't mean I didn't like it. I read it, and I asked the army major. Let me just. Maybe this is my help. Haiti had the worst construction capability. There was no standards in Haiti. You would have a 200 foot cylinder block wall that had two pieces of rebar in it. And that's it. And then the second floor is three feet thick of concrete board. And when the earthquake happened, the walls buckled and the second floor come straight down. It killed everybody. And I did read it..
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Your paycheck, Marjorie Taylor Greene? Which is true. And then here's another good point by Roberta night. Wait, she is the federal government. If it's fucked up, it's because she helped do it. But, you know, but that's the thing though. She's gonna sit here and she's gonna scream about all these problems. What is she done? And at the end of the day, the people in her district. If they, why are they not raising hail? She has already been kicked off of her dad gone committees. She's already been banned on social media three times, and if she gets another damn ban, she's gonna lose, I guess Facebook and Twitter forever now. I mean, what has she done other than make an ass out of herself? We deserve people to go forward to Washington D.C. to actually fight to bring capabilities to their people. She's doing nothing. This is about her becoming somebody that is. It's about her, it's about her building her brand. Has nothing to do with her people. Okay, now let's get back to the lunatic on his Marjorie trail of green. So here we go. We're almost done with this. So here's the two phone numbers. I want you to have the first one is the Senate. Two zero two, two, two, four, three, one, two one. Again, that is the Senate to the stunning two two four three one two one. Now the reason why.
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"He said, racist, white America. We're so nauseated. By the sight of a black president and a black family in The White House that they vomited and out came Donald Trump. Well, you know what? I tweeted something bishop and it's my pin tweet. The reason why Trump supporters like him is because he represents what they represent 8 bigotry and racism. I mean, that's what it is. Absolutely. And by the way, just to prove your point of backlash, Colin Kaepernick. African American man. He takes Anil. What does everybody do? They attack him. Now he takes a meal to. Protest police brutality among people of color. Yeah. Nobody cares. All they care about is disrespecting the flag. But guess what? Disrespecting the flag, Donald Trump calls the military suckers and losers. But they don't care about that. They care a little black men taking a knee. And they took and they beat police officers at the capitol on January 6th with flags. And called them the N word. Yeah. Absolutely. It is sick. But bishop, thank you so much for coming on, man. I really appreciate it. I love you. More. You know, I think you're a great guest. I know the people and the chance they all love you. All right. Always a pleasure, John, you have a good evening. Is there something that you want to plug? Hey, hey, just check me out. Follow me on social media at Talbot swan. We're always out there doing something and love to have you guys support. Always a pleasure being on. All right, thank you, bishop. All right. Take care. All right, take care, the great bishop Talbot swan. Now we'll bring in my army major stage senator the very talented and passionate Richard O heat everybody. How are you? I'm doing great, man. That was a great gift, man. Dude, you had some phenomenal guess, man. In fact, I was fought on holy smokes. And he was absolutely spit and pure truth, man. Yeah, and it's the sad thing. And you should raise your computer, so you don't look so much smaller than me, 'cause there you go. What? So I have to tell you a lot of great comments on Patreon. People love the beer on the balcony when you rich, and it's like, I mean, people are loving it. My mom said she cried. I mean, although my mom cries had to, you know, you know, you know, if a kid at the sight of a kitten, but a lot of people loved that beer on the balcony and I appreciate how candid that you were. It was a truly a great moment. And like I said, you even brought me to tears. I mean, you know, I don't have problem answering questions. And once again, like I said, I'm not ashamed of my past. And I think a lot of things that have happened to me are things that people need to know about. Because once again, you know, people that go out here and if all they do is scream, you know, I'm pro life and every the life of every child matters, you know, they don't really know the true effects of what some people have went through in that situation because I'm gonna tell you right now, there was a time when I said, I'm pro life. I'm pro life. But I literally thought that, you know, pro life meant you thought that everybody deserved to live free and happy and things like that..
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Outward sign of white supremacy and how they did not want a black president. Which was indicative in their posters and signs that they held at their March on Washington, which explains why Mitch McConnell said his main goal in the Senate is to make Barack Obama a one term president. Wouldn't you say that because Obama won? And by the way, was one of the greatest presidents that we have ever had. It wasn't Obama that was divisive. It was the fact that he was black and these white supremacists couldn't deal with an African American president, so they decided to rebel against the black men. Would you not agree? Oh, absolutely. I mean, you put it as succinctly and as candidly and as correctly as possible. When Barack Obama was elected, the Tea Party was the first notion of white backlash. I hold that every time in America every time there is black progress. There is white backlash. And the Tea Party formed, it had nothing to do with policies. It had nothing to do with fiscal responsibility. It had everything to do with America's audacity to elect a black man as president of the United States of America. And for the first four years, we saw the most vitriolic response to a president that we have in the history of this nation. We're talking about hanging him in effigy. We're talking about, you know, the signs they were holding up, even prior to the trumpers that people have to remember before there were trumpers. There were tea partiers that were holding the sign saying that a village in Africa has lost its village idiot. They were telling him to a chimpanzee and a gorilla. Yes, yes. Go back, you know, to Africa. They were calling his wife a gorilla in heels. You had people like Rush Limbaugh who were playing the little tune Barack the magic Negro, and then when Mitt Romney failed to reinstate their dreams by getting that black man out of office, they redoubled their efforts, but they had to deal with four more years of seeing a black man in The White House. Seeing a black family come in and out of The White House. And what happened in those next four years, a lot of the overt the covert racism just became covert racism. And it set the stage for a guy like Donald Trump to be able to come down that escalator, give a vitriolic racist announcement speech and talk about Mexicans being rapists and all of this kind of stuff. And they embraced him. You know, and I say that they didn't embrace Donald Trump in spite of his racism. They embraced him because of his racism. I'm a friend, the bishop Darren Moore who put it like this. And I think this was probably the best way I've ever heard.
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Communist spies. He gaslight America to advance his own political career. Now mccarthyism is back with a new McCarthy. Kevin McCarthy, just like Joe, Kevin McCarthy is gaslighting Americans. Everyone who's listening do not be silent about this. President Trump won this election. He protects white nationalists, anti vaxxers and conspiracy theorists while he whitewashes January 6th all to advance his political power. Americans must once again stand up and ask. Have you left no sense of reason? I.
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Selfishness that is so diabolical that you're not even concerned for your own children and your own grandchildren that you will not support certain actions that will safeguard the environment for generations that have yet to reach their potential, their capacity, their adulthood. And so how selfish do you have to be to say, I really don't care what kind of world my children, my grandchildren, my great grandchildren, live in. It's all about me. And it just demonstrates how hyper individualistic and selfish the society is that we live in both both complaining about mass complaining about climate change and all of these things. Our job has always been to make the world a better place for subsequent generations. That our legacy ought to be that whatever we come across, whatever institution organization, whatever family we we're in that our presence ought to leave it a better place than it was before we got there. They don't care about that. They don't care about tax cuts to the rich that their great grandchildren are going to be paying for down the line. They don't care about destroying the environment that's going to affect their great grandchildren somewhere down the line. It's all about me myself and I and I have to question anyone who has that mentality. And especially those of the Republican Party who claim to be about family values and personal responsibility and faith and Christianity and all of that because none of their actions line up with their particular behavior. I got a friend who says it like this. He says, you know what? White Christians have been so busy being white. They've never got around to being Christian. Good point. Mark Pete says the badge, the month of July bishop was reportedly the hottest recorded month in history. So how can the world when they hear this news? I don't understand. Aren't we? It's code red now. We are in a crisis. Isn't a time they just call in a vote to stop carbon emissions, just I mean, it's gotta be hard. Yeah, absolutely. And.
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"Who came out and said that the ICUs are full of children right now. And if your kid has to it needs the ICU, he has to wait for another child to die. That's how sick it is. You know, my children with the exception of one, my youngest is 14. The rest of my children are adults. 1915, yeah. Yeah, but and of course he was old enough fortunately for us to get him vaccinated. But I do have grandchildren. And all of my grandchildren with the exception of, I have one 13 year old. The rest of them are all too young to get vaccinated. And I've got a great concern when you talk about children going back to school and you have idiots like Ron DeSantis like Greg Abbott who are who are pushing forth rules and executive orders to nullify mask mandates to protect and safeguard our children. I mean, what kind of death dealers are these who don't care about the lives of children and have completely politicized. And somebody said the other day that it really is a politicized it's a Republican eyes because they're the only idiots out here, you know, trying to make whether or not you wear a mask about politics. Which is completely insane that in 2021 we're actually having this debate in the public sphere where the medical professionals are saying wearing masks help stop the spread of a deadly virus that has taken the lives of at least 600,000 people. And there are some out there who say that those estimates are too low that we have probably lost as many as 900,000 Americans to COVID. And we have people playing games with this deadly virus for political purposes. I mean, these people are the worst of the worst. They have the dregs of society. They need to be shunned. They need to be ashamed. People need to get them out of office and quite frankly..
"talbot" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"150 to. Captain Mitchell. Get all step inside. Get up with it. Get off. If you want you to be all right, you all ground get out of town. This train is all straight fast. The train is built today. All of all the top three. Get all the trouble. What's happened in your neighborhood? What about the Trump train? Get on folks. Yeah. Baby welcome to the world famous stuttering John podcast, which are favorite podcast host stuttering John Melendez. Hi, hi. Thank you. Thank you. How are you? There's the link to donate PayPal dot me slash John Melendez, Inc, that's PayPal dot me slash John Melendez, Inc and you can donate, let me say hi to everybody in the room. Good as gold is here Marco 5 one 93 John death Mark P with the best Kenneth otta was here another patron.
"talbot" Discussed on Pause
"Hello everybody and welcome back to another episode of pause. I'm your host at least naski. I realized i don't introduce myself very often. But that is who i am. I work without see connect and you have probably heard my voice on many of these episodes if you have listened to previous ones or if this is your first one that will come hi. I'm glad you joined us so today's episode has a bit of a different flavor. It's more of a tutorial how to episode I had the pleasure of sitting down with mickey sticker talbot who works and lives in edmonton and she shared too. I'm gonna use word. Siltation techniques or facilitation gathering techniques of how to ground people in space together and give them a chance to connect on a human level before you really dive into the work. I loved being able to go through really both of these techniques with mickey during this episode and we use the first technique to ground ourselves into the episode. And just get to know where we reach coming from Cover both filling as we were joining in and and connecting and getting ready to record and the second one we also just talk a little bit about together. And i know for a fact that i will be using both of these techniques in some way shape or form whether in a work setting or maybe even just in my family. They're just both really great questions. And deep conversations to have with really anybody. I know that. I will be able to use both of these techniques. And i.
"talbot" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"The doctor and martha confront lazarus and the and the doctor who had multiple live spanning thousands of years one's lazarus that alum life isn't all it's cracked up to be still. It's worth multiple seasons in different spin offs. At least oh absolutely thank god the duct it out. I just don't want to have a life. That long i do as lazarus transforms tisch Relationship to catherine zeta jones. You know the relationship. She has literally only beat into about five minutes since lazarus start looking bit younger. Oh yeah she was. That was just an annoying part of the story. Very annoying and finally we see lasers and his full. Ps two era video game siegi greatness as a weird scorpion creature with what looks like david bowie head. I think it's supposed to be his face. It does not look anything like it kind of looks like someone. Just lik licked the stamp joe. It looks like somebody ripped off. Mark gatiss his face and tried to wear it. And it's what happened. Yeh title when you go to the broncos and you get to win football face as a mask. I don't i'm leaving. You mean paper. Full of puts. His back on. He goes plays football. Yeah i usually go to the dress your skin as soon as you become a football. I you all have to go through that faceoff technology. Kim wants to work for the game. Where like an action figure. Your face can be pulled off then stops. Its magnets lightness. The doctor warns everyone at reception. Flee but what are the patriots decides to be snarky about it. So obviously i'm in the monster appears she probably eaten. I know well you know she deserves it. What d- can't you can't tell me early. Good could have it is to joe. Goddard all live okay. Well there's a file. No i'm going to stay here dead very much. I'll see this like the girls in the line. Yeah yeah did you recognize dude. He didn't identify however. I would have preferred that. That character token olive mark. The creature goes do get her and she's like no thank you. I hate all my own so hate all the monks. The doctor lewis the muting away from the people and we get a pretty cool shot as it climbs the roof to the floor. What i love about this is that it's an opportunity for us such a wasted thing in this but it's an opportunity for us to see how great math crisis she's just bang. Bang bang bang. Bang knows what to do. And then chases after the doctor no matter what she such a good companion and he treats her badly on that note so i was watching the episode and i didn't have subtitles on misheard something so this there's a point in time when a so everyone's outside of the black tie event and then martha wants to go back..
Fiala, Wild Force Game 7 With 3-0 Victory Over Vegas
"The wild scored three goals in the third period to break a scoreless tie beat the golden knights three zero and force a game seven cam Talbot made twenty three saves for his second shutout of the series as Minnesota got goals from Ryan Hartman Nick bjugstad and Kevin Fiala Fiala he's ready to head to Vegas we won two in a row now so but we've got to regroup you know its it all starts at zero you know so we gonna realize that and have a great story you know and anything can happen in game seven so we're gonna be ready that's wild winger Kevin Fiala while battled back from a three one series deficit they force a game seven it'll be Friday night from T. mobile arena Kevin farmers St Paul
Working With Your Anxiety
"Over the last year. We've all been through a lot. In addition to the many major costs there have been smaller. Subtler costs as well. One thing i've really noticed is the friction. That's been added to almost any decision that gets made whether it's trying to participate at work effectively. Keep up with friends or even just go to the grocery store this whole new level of thought and effort is involved in most every decision this friction pervades our lives and it's natural for that. Increased friction to lead to increased anxiety would might have once been reserved for particularly stressful events and experiences is now well kind of everywhere so today. We're going to be talking about fear and anxiety particularly we're gonna work through a specific experience of anxiety that somebody might have and create a kind of plan start to finish for addressing. that experience. talbot's do that. I'm joined today as usual by. Dr rick hansen. So dad how are you doing today. I'm good and i'm really psyched about this topic This is one of my favorite topics. Yeah i tend to be a little anxious by government and also it's one that's very profound because it gets out what could be called a kind of underlying crime lang zaidi. This hard wired into us as animals in our evolution. Living in the wild you know vulnerable to being attacked on hedin at any moment potentially. So how do we grapple with this. Underlying sense of uneasiness apprehensive nest world is threat level. Orange deep wonderful topic.
Tips For Staying Sane
"Welcome erica stevens mentally yours. Thanks very much for joining us so we has just about your book even together. The guinness guy tucson sannoussi Why did you want to create this. I had. I've always wanted to write a book about my experiences with psychosis but i kind of felt that it would have more to offer offers a book if i listed the help of a co author. He was a professional in mental health. An augment stephen a conference on and it was about schools. New routes tibet to catholic schizophrenia. anti newell basket sphere. Its area of expertise. Less ask him. let's ask him and he was for. And so we started writing this book together But just felt the kind of just mike spirit. Just the expert by experience will lived experience on and maybe wouldn't hold water. I thought that it would be much better. Talbot's that too. What about east stephen so obvious similar oversee from a professional perspective. So as okay said. I have kind of specialized in researching schizophrenia for twenty five years and look after any large number of patients with illness and other and had wanted to write a book that would be accessible to them and to a wider audience. But also one. That wouldn't be too dry rocket dynamic and around about the time. I'm i'm erica. I also told by various agents event. If i wanted to write a book like this. I definitely need to get Lots of people stories in it so lots of people with lived experience contributing Beating erica was a very happy coincidence and from there took us a while to get going but i think we broke during two eighteen and then finished off in nineteen before publishing of this year. And who would you say that. It's forty anyone with schizophrenia. And anyone is interested in like working schizophrenia. Or care and put some moments schizophrenia. Like a friend or a loved one. Yeah i think. I anyone who's got Or any other type of psychotic illness. This a few different types of psychotic illness Bipolar disorder for example People often have psychotic symptoms of that and other conditions. That are less common so anyone kinds of problems. Anyone looking off to them girlfriend. Mother father sister brother hawks would also. Perhaps anyone is our cassette. Just interested in knowing a bit more about psychosis genuine schizophrenia in particular so one of the psychiatry senior trainees kindly read the book. drafts and coming to the drafts to improve the readability. Apparently who has no connection health connection was he apparently likes reading the extent. For at least it's it's worked. It's an interesting one for me. Because i was now hundred solder and i had psychosis so it would have been lucky to have a ham but like the i think when i i have my my first bit of mania because the thing is it happens and then you get back to normal source of reading. I what's happened to. Why as happened what to do next radius. That's almost as bad as well as just happened in a way. That kind of Mystery around it. Will this fair around it. You're right to tell us a bit about your experiences again our. We've always had you on the poco before that was a while ago. now so you're right to tell we re to go right to tell listeners about your experiences psychosis first episode. Was rhinos on about twenty two Fourteen hours say it's been about two decades of living with psychosis Something i can manage quite well with medication and different therapies But it can be quite terrifying when you have a psychotic episode and there's definitely more at the start of the illness later on and i think the police spying on me. I think i've committed really henious cry and all much like a burglary or you know so of a monkey or something really say area slight blowing up canary war types areas And i just really believe. It's true. And i might start to think the The songs i hear on the radio have been written especially for me to kind of condemn more behavior or the tv might be talking to me in subliminal messages and is terrifying united states ironic to me how much fear or inspire notice when they hear a half psychosis when the reality is you know. I'm just terrified myself. Really in a housebound when it's happening.
Tina Talbot freed from prison after 20-month sentence for killing abusive husband
"Woman who shot and killed her husband and 2018 has been released from prison. Talbot endured beatings and other abuse from her husband but never pressed charges. She shot him in the head from behind and testified that the husband told her that he was going to kill her and they're disabled son, Talbot was allowed to plead to a lesser charge and was granted parole. Ah Space
Off-Duty Boston Police Officer Critically Hurt In Crash That Sent Fire Truck Into Bank
"In in in in an an an an off off off off duty duty duty duty police police police police officer officer officer officer are are are are recovering recovering recovering recovering this this this this morning morning morning morning after after after after a a a a fire fire fire fire truck truck truck truck crashes crashes crashes crashes into a Bank of America in Dorchester overnight, is having a Washington street in Talbot Avenue. Another car driven by an off duty officer was involved in this crash. It's not clear where the truck was headed, however, Charlie's house of Pizza Caught on fire at around the same time. Coming up
Dallas Stars Win 5-4 In OT To Tie Calgary Flames After Pavelski Hat Trick
"Alexander Rachael I've scored on a deflection of John Klingberg shot at 16 05 of overtime to complete the Stars 5 to 4 win over the flames. Joe Pavelski picked a great time to complete his first career playoff, Patrick beating camp tablet with just under 12 seconds left in regulation. He scored in each of the 1st 3 periods to help Dallas even the first round Syriza two games apiece. Dennis carry on if also scored, and Anton could've been stopped 36 shots for the Stars for the Flames. Sam Bennett scored twice and Talbot finished with 57 saves. Gained five is Tuesday at
"Here's the editor of Lens. Work Publishing Bruce Jensen. Let me confess right here at the beginning of this podcast that it's not always necessary to know where you've been in order to look ahead and know where you're going but it's awfully useful sometimes to know the history of what it is that you're about to attempt and to know how other people have tried to do what you're about to try to do and to learn from them as they say if. I've seen farther than others is because I've stood on the shoulders of giants. What would this in mind? You can imagine my reaction when the following story occurred. I was attending a photo review session. I was doing reviews there and I was looking through a body of work from a young woman and in the course of normal conversation talking about her work. I said well. This work reminds me a lot of the work of Edward Weston which I intended sort of a compliment but also to indicate to her that what she was doing wasn't necessarily as new and innovative and revolutionary as she thought it was and I was absolutely nonplussed. When her response was who's Edward Weston she had previously explained that she had an MFA in photography. So I wasn't quite sure how to respond to the fact that an MFA graduate in photography had never heard of Edward Weston and didn't know who he was explained a little bit about Edward Weston and the history of photography and she then explained that in the program that she was involved in she did not have to take the history of photography as that was an elective in her program. And I I suppose that's okay but as you can imagine. I was a little bit discouraged by that. But I've softened over the years and I realized that maybe maybe there's more to this than meets the eye because the problem is there's no limit to that train of thought. Okay so maybe you've heard of Edward Weston but you haven't heard of Mortenson okay maybe you've heard of Mortenson but you haven't heard of Ph Emerson. How far back do you go? How much knowledge do you have to have? How obscure a photographer is necessary. In order for you to have what might be considered a legitimate excuse for not ever having heard from of course. Edward Weston's very famous photographer but fame is also something that is curious in this regard. For example I just recently discovered of novelist from the nineteenth century named J S Fletcher. I'd never heard of J S Fletcher and turns out. He was during his lifetime practically the most popular crime novelist of his generation. Rivaling Sir Arthur CONAN doyle and Sherlock Holmes. And all of that J S Fletcher wrote two hundred thirty some odd books and I just discovered I'd never heard of him never heard him referred to in any conversations but yet in his day he was incredibly popular so the farther we look back in history the more some people are going to be obscured by nothing more substantial than time and collective memory that does not however mean that photographic literacy is unimportant in fact. I believe photographic literacy is very important. And here's a good demonstration of why I think so a few weeks ago as in my local library looking through some of the books. They had for sale as part of their fundraiser. And I found an interesting older volume called the reader's digest reader. It's an anthology selection done by Theodore Roosevelt. Not The president. But the president's son I think Published in nineteen forty. The president died in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine so I'm assuming it's Theodore Roosevelt junior who died nineteen forty four. According to Kapiti he anyway so Theodore Roosevelt Junior along with the editors of Reader's Digest. Put together this election published. This book and Roosevelt explains in the forward that he'd stumbled across a box of old copies of Reader's digest which tempted him and he says and I quote. I sat reading back copies for hours every time I finished an article which was off my main course in which I shouldn't have taken the time to read. I thought that I'd read only one other well. At least only one another and then another short run that followed it and another subject piqued my interest and lured me on. Eventually he continues. I dipped into an issue ten years back. But here the interest was even greater the forgotten world came into being not reminiscent Louis but with touches of unmistakable reality. I was astounded to find. How much of the past decade? I'd actually forgotten and how much more I remembered only vaguely. Yesterday's heroes and manners changing social complexions penetrating vignettes tell the story of Art Politics Science and business to find. These things is to have passed before ones is the cavalcade of American Life. And as you refresh your memory. Here's the key phrase by the way Roosevelt says and as you refresh your memory you improve your present perspective. The current scene gains new significance. Close quote what a marvelous way to look at work from the past and couldn't everything that he said about these articles he was finding in old copies of Reader's Digest. Couldn't they apply equally? Well to looking back. At the history of photography that is to say if it's true for the stories in Reader's Digest. Wouldn't it also be true for photography and it motivated me to go back and look through some of the jewels that I have in my photographic library book that I haven't pulled out for a while and I was amazed at what I found for example? Some of those books that I may be purchased thirty or forty years ago seem much more relevant today than they did back then because they were looking ahead in such a way that now in the benefit of hindsight we can see how right they were. And how brilliant? The photography was in. How far ahead of their time? Those photographers were other books. Do don't fare as well. There are others that I have in my library that I looked at from thirty and forty years ago that now I sorta scratch my head and say I wonder why I was so motivated to purchase those books in either case as Roosevelt said the current scene gains new significance. So there's a reason to look back at what other photographers have done. And what the trends in photography have been and we need to recognize that not only is there value but there's no end in that because new photographers from the pastor. Being discovered all the time their archives are being uncovered think. Vivian Maier and that kind of story. But also there's a lot of people a lot of historians who are doing research and discovering really terrific photographers who weren't popular in their time. Maybe they had no audience very small audience and now in the perspective of time we can look back at their work and see. How really terrific was so the idea of developing photographic literacy as a part of our creative life I think is incredibly valuable. And here's another example of why while I was doing all of this digging through my library and looking back I ran across a reference to Henry. Fox Talbot's the Pencil of nature which I had heard about thirty or forty years ago I've known the existence of this very very historically important publication but I never actually looked at it or read it and partly because I didn't know that it had ever been published although I have no doubt that it probably has been
Joan Rivers: Can We Talk?
"Joan rivers career spanned nearly six decades she started with cabaret and off Broadway shows in the late fifties and then became a star of late night television hosting the tonight show and the late show with Joan rivers and eventually the daytime Joan rivers show in the nineties. She was best known for her comedic and sometimes mean-spirited interviews with celebrities on the Red Carpet John. Style was self deprecating abrasive. Everyone was fair game including herself. She charted new territory and comedy by telling stories from her own life combined with her willingness to talk about taboo subjects like hot flashes sagging bodies bad sex and marriage problems. You may have noticed that we borrowed our podcast. Name can talk from this hilarious. Talented and complex Jewish woman. Can we talk? Was Jones signature. Tagline sometime. She's it as a punchline. Sometimes it was a setup. It was an invitation to her audience. A signal that she was about to confide in them. Here's Joan on the show in the early. Nineteen Eighty S. I would not cheat. I would not cheek Maine because nobody asked me but I not because I think why we talk. I think my husband's spooner man okay. Which is very hard to save. I feel very close to you. I especially if you can. We talk was also Jones way of calling attention to her flaws and other people's her way of saying let's stop pretending and tell the truth here. Can we talk? Let me tell you something. The reason I have nothing happy the way I'm blessed is because I'm getting older at least seven very drop because Oh oh you don't know what it's like to get older too. You know what it's like to go in the morning to take facial mask and realize you're not wearing what so. Why did we borrow her? Tigon FOR OUR PODCAST. When we started the show Joan had recently died and we were all steeped in the debate about her role and her complicated legacy as brilliant and hilarious. But also crass and sometimes cruel. We love that. She had so many dimensions and that she believed in telling the truth about women's lives and expanding the range of models. We see all things we knew we wanted to do to. We also liked that. Can we talk was an invitation to our audience to join us in this project of storytelling and with that. Here's a wonderful interview from J W as archive recorded in two thousand six for our documentary. Jewish women in comedy making trouble. Joan talks about her early days at the Chicago. Comedy Clubs Second City being a woman on Johnny Carson's tonight show and playing midwestern clubs as New York Jewish comic later in the interview. She talks about going back to work after her husband's suicide in nineteen eighty seven. She starts by telling Interviewer Rachel. Talbot about a fight. She had with her parents over her decision to go into comedy. I left my house in pedal pushes enter old car that I used to drive and went to New York in speaking of the year and it was just awful and my dad wrote me a letter say that we are going to You'd better come home or we're going to have you committed. I was living in the bars on hotel for women and my dad wanted says and pulled me out. It was a scene. I think they ever forgot dragged me out. It was just horrible scene Harles. They just thought I was really life as though question about it. They just couldn't accept that. This is where I was going to end. This is all I could do so the I went back home and then I went away. Yeah it was just awful and then Pity yes that was great. Second City was very competitive. It was six of US thrown on stage. And it was make up your own lines and get your own scenes going and everybody wanted to be the star second city and everybody wants to get their stuff and so it wasn't like being gracious. It was like I got a better idea I wanted. It was very competitive and that was great too. I learnt in second city. You have to talk up and I learnt the freedom of you. Think it's funny try it. Don't wait don't think about it. I still do that if freed me. It taught me to be tough. It taught me to fight. If you thought you're Si was good you went into four four and a taught me co with your instinct. Only do what you truly think is going to be funny. It changed my life and then you you came back to New York Nissan. You learn so much from second cities are how had your comic persona change came. When I came back with second city I was myself onstage. Good bed or different. I was what I was and I was a divorced when no Jewish smart college graduate not particularly attractive girl on stage and I was telling you about my life. It wasn't about my mother-in-law was about what I'm going through my mother's hysterical because I'm single and I'm having an affair with a married man and my gay friends. What happen to my gay friends and it was all about truth. The first routine that really worked. I had a WIG hairpieces. I was driving into New York to perform at this club. And the WIG flew out of the window and a car drove over it and I said there I was walking on the west side highway. With a dead Wigan my arms had says firestone on and no one stops and all the truth and taking the truth and exaggerated and it just opened me up. I never went back. I never went back to. He's so fat that unless I really believe when did you find out Johnny Carson? Nothing in my career. I think that's why I was that you log come easily ever. I've never been the first on anything all my friends. And that time I was working the village with my George Carlin and Richard. Pryor all these wonderful men everybody got through everybody was on Carson and on Griffin and I was brought up seven different times to the Carson show. I was finally rejected by Secretary. Who is eating lunch while I was performing? I mean beyond humiliating. I got on because the night before some comic bom so they called me up and they said you can come on but not as a comedian. They had no faith in me. They brought me on as a girl writer and at the end of the show at the end of that night on air. Johnny Carson said to me you're going to be a star it was maisy and I look behind me. I couldn't believe and the next day. My life change changed overnight. They were getting all these calls and stuff. Was there ever a feeling of like? Oh you're to New York reports. I was doing costume regularly. I don't think it was hosting really I was you know the Golden Girl Carson and the ages come back and say you to New York to Jewish you to New York and my husband was married by that point. Ed You said this is ridiculous. He said picked the worst city in the country. And they said Milwaukee they still have been meetings. This is nine hundred seventy. There's still enclaves. They dress up Nazi uniforms and saw Adolf stand. He said center Milwaukee. And let's see and they sent me to Milwaukee and I was. They had to change the size of the room and put in the ballroom. Our I put originally in a little hotel the pfister in their little comedy room and they had to over the ball and put me in so that changed everything they said. Okay America will get her. I mean people begin to put little pockets and it's so stupid because funny is funny. You're minutes was using back on state. What was that decision? The decision was very simple. One I know money I had to go back to work. I didn't have the luxury of being the widow in the house on the hill so I had to go back to and nobody wanted me and Vegas gave me back my contracts. 'cause isn't nobody wants to see anybody that has that kind of you would just fired. would terrible glistening one out that. I was very hard to work with It was just all wrong all wrong. I was banned from late night. I've never been brought back ever not one late night show So I was really struggling my career and I had all these bills. Listen was in. It was just a bad time so I went back to little nightclubs. I said well I'll start again. I went back and started doing little like us and out of that came the red carpet
The Saga Ends: Victorias Secret Sells, CEO Les Wexner Steps Down
"Secret. Just can't stay out of the news last Thursday after many months of turbulence L. Brands CEO Les Wexner announced that he's stepping down. Victoria's secret wants the brand that dominated women's lingerie like no other is going private. Both announcements smarter dramatic turning point in the company's fortunes and in the way retailers portray and market to women L. Brands is selling fifty five percent of Victoria. Secret to private equity firm Sycamore partners. Four or five hundred twenty. Five million dollars. Sycamore specializes in purchasing distressed properties and apt description. Victoria's secret wexner who is eighty. Two years old will become chairman emeritus of L. Brands which remains publicly held L. Brands and Les Wexner have been buffeted by a series of scandals over the last couple of years most notably wexner close association with Jeffrey Epstein. Which came to light last summer? Epstein? The accused child sex trafficker who died in prison had been wexner financial advisor. Wexner has denied knowing about Epstein's sex trafficking activities and says he distanced himself from Epstein years ago regardless that close association hurt L. Brands. At a time. When Victoria's secret was already under duress it? Sales have been falling for several years as the METOO era caught up with women's fashion third love and other more modern lingerie brand. Espoused inclusivity over. Victoria's secrets risque sexiness. More and more critics complain. It's insulting an outmoded then early this month. The New York Times published an investigation of L. Brands that depicted a culture of misogyny and sexual harassment. It seemed that L. Brands was on. Its Way to a hard crash observers. Warned that Victoria's secret would be hard to sell indeed selling fifty five percent. Five hundred twenty. Five million dollars indicates the brand is valued at only a little over a billion dollars in its last fiscal year. However though losing money Victoria secret had sales of more than seven billion dollars. The Wall Street Journal says that Billion Dollar Valuation marks a sharp fall. For the brand. The Victoria's secret sale leaves L. Brands with only one single but profitable brand. That's bath and body works the presumption is that without the drag of Victoria's secret L. Brands can continue to grow the personal care chain. The same may not be at all true. For Victoria's secret sycamore partners under the leadership of secret of cheap stefan. Caluzzi IS KNOWN FOR FINANCING. It's purchases through debt and then stripping and selling off their assets. According to the Wall Street Journal the Journal reported at Sycamore has made a fortune by firing employees and otherwise cutting costs at retailers from Talbot to nine West End Klein sending many workers to the unemployment line. Overworking the ones left behind. According to the Motley Fool Sycamore partners closed most of nine west stores causing it to go bankrupt L. brands losses or third loves gains its founder and CEO. Heidi Zach as been public about her antipathy. Toward Victoria's secret third love is reportedly looking to take advantage of the moment as an opportunity to grow quickly.
U.S woman who hid baby arrested in Philippines for kidnapping
"A woman who allegedly trying to smuggle a newborn baby from the Philippines and bring it to Columbus is facing new charges today Jennifer Talbots already charged in the Philippines with human trafficking startling airport video shows Talbot pulling a six day old baby boy out of a shoulder bag she's from Utah but investigator Tara Morgan obtain travel documents from a source close to the investigation showing Columbus as her final destination tell but was just served with an arrest warrant for kidnapping while she was at a court hearing on the trafficking charge right now she's being held