35 Burst results for "Tracy"
Chump Change: A Little Know Rags to Riches Movie That's Worth a Watch
"Chump change, not that I'm promoting a movie, I was in. It's in one of those movies you can't find too readily somewhere, you probably have to order it. I'm not telling you to order it, but it is a funny, it's a red to rich's comedy. Based on the director and star and writer, Steve burrows, who it's his actual experiences while writing the screenplay in Los Angeles, and he decides the only way to come back as an actor is to fake his own death, then make a glorious return. But before that idea pans out, this happened in real life. He goes on wheel of fortune, the game show. And wrote about it. He wrote a screenplay by being on wheel of fortune. And then Merv Griffin heard about the screenplay, which was making the rounds and merv of course on world of fortune. He was like, you can't write about wheel of fortune. I'm suing you. Or a cease and desist. And that got big play around Hollywood circles. Merv Griffin's suing screenwriter for using wheel of fortune story. And because of the heat on that, people then want it to hire Steve burrows to write a script. It's so sick this town. And because Hollywood is Hollywood, Steve burrows became a hot ticket as an up and coming screenwriter. A studio hired him to write a script about what happened. He writes the script and he's championed by myself and Fred Willard as his agent and manager. Or manager and agent respectfully. And we give him incessant notes on how to write it better, like as if we know, and Steve burrows let us improvise a bit his writing was great, but he let us go off of page a little bit and allow me to say some crazy shit. He's a try, try, let's see if it works. And at one point in one of my scenes, I gave him notes on his latest script revision, and I said something dumb like, I don't know, it feels like there's too much typing in this spot. Real stupid shit. But he loved it. After all the notes he got, he couldn't sell the script, you know what he does. He goes back to the original script that nobody wanted, the first script, the studio saw, and then they go, now you got it. This is exactly the way the script's supposed to be. This is like Hollywood is. It's insane. Okay? This is what happens. So it's a true story, by the way, this really happened to him. And it really gives you an insider's perspective of stardom and show business. Struggling actor leaves Hollywood and returns to his hometown in Wisconsin where he meets a girl, Tracy lords, and he regales it with his tales of his shell business, highs and lows, and boy, do I know that well?
Carl Jackson: Republicans Who Support RFMA 'Don't Get It'
"Is it respect for marriage act? Listen, I called these people these 12 senators that had signed on rhinos. I'm changing that. I don't like using the term rhinos. I didn't use it years ago and I reverted back to it out of frustration, forgive me. I don't want to do that. I don't want to intentionally be disrespectful, but I will call them Republicans that simply don't get it. I believe there are people that get it and I believe there are people that don't. And I believe that a lot of these moderate so called are more liberal leaning Republicans simply don't get what's at stake. And I think that's why a lot of people have disdain for Trump as well as what I'm getting ready to talk about. Tracy and Peggy, I see you out there don't go anywhere. The number to call in one 806 5 5 mic, we're gonna get into a lot of stories today, but I'm gonna tell you this right now because typically we like to switch this up every hour and we will, but I'm gonna tell you right now every battle that we're facing except for spiritual battles. Those spiritual battles, it should be done. You know, amongst your, you know, with your relationship with God and your spiritual community. And in prayer, but every battle that we're facing, the cultural battle, the free speech battle, this ballot battle, everything comes back to the ballot battle, and it's something that we have to engage in. We can't
Team Gallagher: Could Trump and DeSantis Run Together?
"Tracy. You've been a Trump supporter all along. Where are you with president Trump's announcement tonight? Do you hope he announces and where are you with his decision? I think you know. I'm totally Trump. I don't think it really makes a difference if he's going to. Tell us that he's running tonight. I just don't think it's a big deal anymore because of the Senate where they are where everything is right now. I think that it's scary because you know we're going to have to go through so much of a mess, but like you always say, it's going to be a mess, no matter who it is. And me being from Florida, I think it's going to be Trump or desantis either way. I don't see anybody else being in the mix. But I think that either way I win. If Trump becomes president, great. And then I get to keep desantis as my governor. And if not, then I get desantis. As president, but the one thing is secretly I've told you before already, I think, is that the rift between the Donald Trump and desantis is a big game for the media. And that secretly, I think, that they are planned the game together. And they're going to run together. That's what I think.
Bracing for Tropical Storm Nicole
"Here in Florida, there's 22 million residents, and incidentally speaking of here in Florida, there is a storm right now cutting through the sunshine state, not a lot of sunshine today. Lots of stormy conditions. Tropical storm, what's her name, Nicole? Nicole has paid a visit, and so far the power is on, Tracy's working from home. I'm working from home. With my building, it's a crapshoot. I mean, they turned off the cooling tower last night because of winds. What do you mean? You can turn the air conditioning off? Because it's windy? Great. But I'll bet you'll want my HOA dues to be paid on time this month, won't you? My HOA dues in this building is a little bit like paying taxes in New York City. You get nothing for what you pay. Nothing. You don't get roads, you don't get safety. Well, it's like here. Oh, it's windy tonight, so we're gonna turn the cooling tower off because the cooling tower is on its last legs. And if it breaks, if something goes bad, it'll take 36 weeks to get parts. That'll be great. You want to see me lose my mind? Tell me I'm not going to have air conditioning for 36 weeks.
Americans Are Tired
"I don't want to have another abortion debate. I promise. I know that we're tired of it. And I get to people are weary, and incidentally, will you stop holding back and not calling me? Call me. I want your voice. I can feel it. You're holding back. There's a malaise. Oh, I'm so tired of this. We got 22 days to fix this country. And I am deeply alarmed about the depression that people are suffering from right now. And there is a depression, there is a, I say to Tracy, where are the calls? Well, I can't hear that guy. I don't know the phone doesn't work. Call me. I want to direct answer to a question. Do you recognize how evil it is to be in favor of aborting a 9 month old baby? Are you seeing these headlines? Look at all these headlines. Oh, New York governor's race between Kathy hochul and Lee zeldin, Titans to toss up. It was leaning blue. Now it's toss up. She and Anne, a very good number for Republicans in the new CNN poll. Actually his headline, CBS News polling shows Democrat momentum stalling amid economic worries. Don't get down. Don't be depressed. Don't hesitate to let your voice be heard loud and clear all over the country. Join me. And for crying out loud, when I have trouble lighting up these phone lines, it does worry me. Because I don't know what's going on. And I'm talking to my fellow talk show hosts about it. There is a sort of a depression. There is a malaise. There is a weariness. It feels like Americans are just flat out tired.
NC shooting claims mom, veteran, matriarch, officer and teen
"Police in Raleigh North Carolina investigating 5 fatal shootings allegedly by 15 year old I Norman hall police say the teen killed two people in the streets and then fled toward a walking trail where he opened fire killing three more people and wounding two others The victims were of different races and ranged in age from 16 to their late 50s among them is 52 year old Nicole Connors the matriarch of her extended family Her husband Tracy Howard still finds it difficult to comprehend carnage caused by the young suspect This can't believe this can't believe it was him especially With a shotgun dean as hospitalized in critical condition police say no motive has been determined I Norman hall
The Insane Cost of Flying Private
"I have no idea what it's like to fly private very often. I don't do it much. And some people do it all the time. I won't mention names. Sean Hannity. But I thought I get mister big britches and I asked Todd saylor who sponsoring this thing. He's great guy with wired differently and he's one of our big sponsors and he's going to be traveling on the battleground talkers playing with us. But when we're in Phoenix, we're on our own getting back because I got to do the radio show the next day. So I said to Thomas, what if we fly private back from Phoenix to Tampa? He said, well, go ahead and look into it. So I looked into it. Tracy made some calls. $40,000. To fly from Phoenix to Tampa for the two of us. I'm out. Sorry. Southwest Airlines. Here I come. And back to the real world. Who could do $40,000? For Todd and his wife and I to fly from Phoenix to Tampa?
Join Us & Special Guests for the Battleground Talkers Tour
"Doctor Oz is better he's got to be careful. He's going to join us incidentally on this battleground talkers tour, which is really cool. We have two stops in Pennsylvania next week. A week from today, Wednesday, October 19th at the fuge. Doctor Oz is the main speaker. Doctor mehmet Oz Senate candidate in Pennsylvania will be with Christian de Gaulle, the great local host on a.m. 9 90 the answer. Sebastian gorka, Dennis prager, yours truly Mike Gallagher, we're all going to be there at the fuge. Unfortunately, the tickets are already sold out. If you keep listening to a.m. 9 90, the answer, I understand they still have some tickets available. And by the way, if you're watching us on the sale of news channel, Tracy is hovering today, so we apologize. We're having all kinds of technical challenges in our studio. And we absolutely are going to keep this show on the road. If it kills us all, one by one. So bear with us and that's the figure you see huddling over my shoulder is Tracy on the Salem news channel. So you waved at the camera. Wednesday in Philly, Doctor Oz on stage with us. Thursday in Pittsburgh, the green tree double tree, tickets are available for that event. Again, doctor Rajan stage with Hugh Hewitt, Dennis prager, Brandon Tatum, and yours truly. Going to be a great event in Pittsburgh as well. That's going to take place Thursday night at the greentree double tree by Hilton. You're going to want to be in person for that as well. And in all of our stops, this tomorrow night Detroit, the San Marino club, then Tampa Sunday, the Brian glazer family JCC Sunday afternoon. It'll be Sebastian gorka, Brandon Tatum and yours truly joined by senator Ted Cruz. It's going to be a great in person event. Sunday, afternoon, in Tampa,
Preparing for Hurricane Impact in Florida
"The movie escape from New York. Well, I reversed it. Only dummy me escapes Florida to come to New York to avoid the effects of a hurricane. Hurricane Ian is bearing down on potentially the West Coast of Florida. You know, it's so funny to talk to a longtime floridians because I'm a relatively new Floridian. I've only been there a couple of years. People have lived there forever. Tracy and barbio. The spirits of Tampa, they always thwart a hurricane. It doesn't hit the West Coast. It always goes left and always goes east or west or north or it never really hits us. And this time they seem to be suggesting it could. So we had to make a calculated decision over the weekend, I don't love it. I don't love it at all. I'd rather actually be in Florida, but I got to be on the air and there's a little thing called electrical power that one needs to stay on the air. And even though they got a great generator system set up at Salem Tampa and I just did not want to flip a coin or roll the dice rather and hope to be and plus if the power goes out and I don't have AC now that's a catastrophe, okay? If I don't have air conditioning, we got a big problem on our hands. I'm not sitting around sweltering in the heat because the AC went out because the power is out. I looked up where my condo is, I mean a level a bright red evacuation zone for hurricanes. Because I'm literally on Tampa Bay.
Thousands of Minnesota nurses launch 3-day strike over pay
"Thousands of nurses in Minnesota have launched a three day strike pressing for salary increases They say will help improve patient care Some 15,000 nurses at 7 healthcare systems in the Minneapolis and Duluth areas have walked out A number of the union says makes it the largest strike ever by private sector nurses The affected hospitals say they have recruited temporary nurses and expected to maintain most services The nurses on strike say they want to resolve under staffing stresses that have worsened in the coronavirus pandemic Tracy dittrich a registered nurse for nearly 24 years says their shifts where you have say three critically ill patients and you have to decide which patient gets to care when I'm Charles De Ledesma
'Red Pilled America' Podcaster Patrick Courrielche Shares His Story
"Us about the genesis beyond working for breitbart, how you and your wife decided to do this. What your backgrounds were before that. So what is your connection to the entertainment industry? So give us a little bit of the pre sure, if you will. Sure, yeah. I actually started off as a concert promoter. Many years ago, I was doing big DJ festivals and that kind of a thing. I was responsible for kind of helping book the first Coachella, which ended up being a big deal later on. And I transitioned from that into what's called branded content in the entertainment world, which is basically a brand funds film or a short film. We were doing a lot of short films at the time. And so that's kind of how we really started to get into the Hollywood scene was through this branded content work. And we'd done web series and we've worked with people like God. There's so many Tracy Morgan, a lot of comedians, Sarah Silverman. Did you have a political identity or were you just neutral? I was liberal. Okay. I was liberal at the time. And I was, I had my political awakening. I also did a lot in the art world. I actually worked with a guy named shepherd fairy. We had a business together. He was the guy that came famous for the hope poster. And the Obama hope poster, right? At the Obama hope poster, exactly. And him in a actually an employee of mine that I introduced him to were the ones that kind of put it together and I watched that happen and I thought it was kind of an interesting thing to see grow and I still consider myself a liberal at the time. And as time went on and I really started to look at Obama and it was really my wife that actually really opened my eyes to it because she just didn't trust his message. And I really started paying close attention to him. I thought he was just great, perfect packaging for a politician and just a branding side of things because we had an advertising agency at the time. And I just started to see wait a minute. What is this guy talking about? And then you start to see all these connections between and I was a big supporter of Hillary at the time. I
"tracy" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"There aren't. You know what? I saw someone put out a lead magnet saying, 100 ways to monetize your podcast. I didn't read it. Hundred. But I thought, okay, that baby not a hundred. But certainly you could sit down and come up with ten or 20. I made a list and it had like 6 or 7. We did a podcast episode about it toward the beginning. It's called more than one way to monetize. So I'll instruct my team right now. Team, please go ahead and link that. Yeah, more than one way to monetize. It's like 7 ways or something like that. A hundred. Yeah. That seems like it's extreme. These are like, they have to be subtopics. Well, that was clickbait, obviously. You could go to this restaurant and ask them. Number two, you can go to this other restaurant. So just lump it in. It's going to a restaurant and asking them. And they have to say every single brand. Anyway, cool stuff. So Tracy, if I was a brand new podcaster, and I know you've worked with lots of podcasters, you've been podcasting for a long, long time. Your podcast is doing really, really well. The second one that I looked at is doing really, really well. So if I was wondering, for example, what do I need in order to start a podcast? I'm brand new. What do I need? What would you tell me? You know what? I would say you need a star aim, right? And that's an acronym for you need some subject matter content that you bring to the table. Whatever it may be. Entrepreneurship, koi fishing, podcasting, real estate, like you were talking about earlier. Then you need a tribe to who you are part of. You were in the real estate field. Now you're in the podcasting field. So that's your tribe, right? So your special content, your special subject matter, and your tribe, your a is where the arrival, where you want to take them. And then the R for star is the reason they want to listen to you or how wide they're going to resonate, right? Why should they listen to Tracy? It used to be a drug dealer. Why should I listen to that fool, right? Drug dealer? Did I say that out loud? That's why they kicked open the door to my house. Okay. Wow. I got into it, man. I'm telling you, it was a way to support the habit.
"tracy" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"In the top 10%, like if you're not in top 10%, you won't even see yourself. You won't know where you are. You just know you're somewhere in the bottom 90 percentile. But eventually you'll be on there. And Tracy's podcast has actually got, it's called dark horse entrepreneur. His podcast is got to listen score 51, which is the exact same list of scores we have. Which is just awesome because I feel like I look up to this guy. And 51 is really high. I know because we take screenshots of all of our clients results. And a lot of them have they're in the 30s. So it's just wonderful to see, you know, 51s wonderful. Additionally, he has way more ratings and reviews than we have. We're like around 400 and he's pretty close to 600. So he's got like a 50 ish percent more written ratings and reviews like written reviews and 5 star ratings than the podcast or podcasting. He also helps people like you. So you might want to check out his stuff. Dark horse entrepreneur. You either have the option of just going and typing that in wherever you listen to podcasts or to make it easy, we put in the show notes, dark horse entrepreneur just scroll down, click it. And you can check out his podcast. Also, he ranks in the top .5% on listen notes as well. Among all 2.77 million podcasts. And that's where we show up too, but I'm guessing he's slightly above where we are. I mean, if they had a .4%, he would probably be there or something. Who knows? Anyway, Tracy, it's really cool to have you. You know, yesterday we recorded on his podcast in this episode today is probably going to come out September. Most likely. Okay. Maybe about the same time. But if you're listening, if you're still with us, here's what you're going to get. Because he also serves podcasters because his podcast has way more ratings and reviews than ours. Like 200 more. Because his listen score is really high. His rankings are very, very high. We're going to get some unique stuff from somebody who's really, really well into this and serves other podcasters to get that perspective. So Tracy, where I think I want to start is here.
Lance Miller Reflects Back on His Songwriting Career
"You also have, you know, again, we're talking about among rob and we're just, you know, from the side of life, you know, we're happy to be in behind the camera. Most times, but you know, you've been out there in front of Nashville star TV show. I mean, I was, I mean, looking at myself here this morning, I look like I have a face for radio, but I will be calling. You better watch out. But I was, I was on Nashville star, Miranda Lambert, the fans of people out there listing my remember Miranda was on that show the first season and she got set third place, I think, and then I was on the second season and got fourth place. And it's interesting you bring that up because my first publishing deal after singing demos, what your demonstration recordings and I would sing for songwriters. And that's how I got to know a lot of the songwriting community by singing demos and from that I got a deal at EMI publishing. And then that deal ended after two or three years and then I was kind of flopping around in Nashville again trying to figure out what to do next and then Nashville star came down the pike. And I got on that show and there's a long story to that but the short version of it is everybody most people that I met are still in my life now from that show in a very important capacity. The Warren brothers were judges on that show. Right. That season. They told me in front of 800,000 people to watch that show that I sounded like Merle Haggard, but I look like chastity Bono. And we were instant friends 'cause I could tell a joke. Everybody's like, well, I kind of see it out there. Let me squeeze this. Oh yeah, these are. They look, hey. Chastity. There she is. You were just ahead of your time, brother. I had my time, I think, yeah. So anyway, I met Tracy gershon on that show. She was a judge as well. And she went to Warner Brothers records shortly after that show, and she told me she said, when I get over there, you're going to be the first act I signed. And she did.
Donate $1,000 to 'Food for the Poor' & Get a Signed Copy of NY Post
"A $1000 will send 4000 meals to hungry people all over the world through our food for the poor partnership with this great Christian ministry. And I said, if you'll give me a $1000 for our campaign, I'll sign a personally sign the cover of this New York Post because it's going to be a collector's item. It should be right now. You could frame it. I'll sign it and I'll write, let's go Brandon on the cover and sign it to however you want me to sign it. Right now I'm going to sign a copy to dorota and Kevin, because giro and Kevin both made together a $1000 donation. All right. Well, a couple of other people wanted to get in on it. They said, hey, I'll give a tax deductible donation for a $1000. Well, let's have some fun. I've got a stack of several the New York posts that I will happily sign to you or your $1000 tax deductible contribution to food for the poor, a beautiful, Christian ministry, a relief organization that is doing God's work. So I'm asking you to go to Mike online dot com, click on the send food banner, but if you're interested in getting a personally signed copy of this classic New York Post cover, defining recession for Joe Biden's sake, call Tracy right now at 806 5 5 mic,
The Missed Chance to Interview Gov. Ron DeSantis
"Bill knows everybody in Florida politics. And I guarantee you Bill is tight with the governor. There was an event that the station put on where I was supposed to interview governor desantis. And they had me in a back room, a little corner room, waiting to interview him. One on one, it was just me and roger P shulman, the newsman. Well, a protester got into the event. One of these dummies unfurled this banner and said, desantis is a killer. It was something about COVID or something. Well, desantis is security team was then rightfully upset about the protester who crashed the VIP event. And as a result, desantis never came in to do the interview. I'm back there like a dummy. I thought, man, I like to think I'm kind of a big deal. Here I am in some back room and some kid who looks younger than Derek. He's coming up to me saying, I'm sorry, governor desantis is preparing. I was like, well, we're here to interview him. They made me wait for like 30 minutes in a room. It was so embarrassing. Never did never did come, never to get to interview him. And I love the guy. And I thought, I told Derek later, I said, if I was a different kind of person, I would bash the heck out of them. But it's not their fault. I mean, it was a circumstance that was unfortunate. Anyway, hopefully I'll talk to him, maybe this weekend. Who knows? Maybe Charlie Kirk will give his blessing and I'll get to interview governor Ron DeSantis, but I'll be at the turning point USA convention in Tampa this weekend. I'll be there Saturday Derek's coming in Friday. Tracy's even going to go. It's going to be a great
Jan. 6 Probe Gets Real With Investigation Into False Electors
"I mean, just legally speaking is getting real up in here, correct? I mean, these are multiple states multiple search warrants and subpoenas, right? Federal agents have dropped subpoenas on this is I don't even we've got what Georgia we've got Nevada, we've got Michigan, right? It's happening, isn't it Glenn? It is happening. You know, I really don't want to kill anybody's buzz. It's happening a little too slowly for my taste, but it's happening. They're working their way up the criminal ladder up to the command structure of the insurrection. So what are any of these states more significant than others or the fact that this is all happening simultaneously? Is that significant legal? You know, it's interesting because we often will coordinate subpoenas or search warrants so that we issue them simultaneously. So, you know, one bad guy can't call up another bad guy and say, hey, they're at my door, get rid of the following evidence. Now, I don't know how closely the fake electors in various states are coordinating, but I see this as kind of par for the investigative. Trevor, compared it to the scene in dick Tracy, where all the villains are getting jump cuts. Right, they're rounding up everybody. It's independently, but right, maybe so they can't
What's the Point of Raising Interest Rates?
"Have you ever seen a bigger disaster in your life? The Federal Reserve approved the largest interest rate increase since 1994. You know, my screener Tracy said something to me this week that was so emblematic of what the American people are saying. She said, Mike, why, what's the point in raising interest rates to make it harder for people to buy things? I said that's the point to make it harder for people to buy things. They want to slow the economy by dissuading you from buying a car from buying a house from putting something on a credit card, we are headed right into recession territory and we got nothing but Brandon to thank. Brandon is responsible. I heard Jim talent with Hugh Hewitt this morning, make an observation about why the Democrats and the country are in the mess we're in. You know when Obama presided over a catastrophe, he at least was a great communicator. And whatever you say about Barack Obama, the man knew how to deliver a speech. Biden can't say his name without falling down the steps.
"tracy" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day
"You know, this is a, I think, slightly more likeable version of Tracy probably for a lot of people. Although the old Tracy is still there, she had one point she talks about have ever been a big fan of vacations. She refers to, there's no impostor syndrome for me, so she still has that confidence, but she does seem to have more self awareness as an adult, but this is kind of a sadder version of Tracy a derailed version of Tracy from her dreams and ambitions. Do you think that's a fair or unfair way to describe her? That is totally fair way to describe her. And I think, you know, there's some middle aged disappointment that is universal. You know, we rarely achieve our dreams in a clean way, and there's always something that we regret. But I think for Tracy, she had such large dreams for herself. In other words, she's achieved a lot. She has a PhD, she is a successful professional. She's an assistant principal at a high school, she's a mom, she owns her own home, but by any standard she's doing just fine, except for her own standard, which was that she was going to conquer the world that she was going to become a congresswoman and then a senator and then an attorney general and then possibly president. So when she imagines her younger self looking at her older self, she feels ashamed. Even though she really has nothing to be ashamed of. But I do think there's this sadness of having betrayed her own dreams. That's how it looks to her. I couldn't help but wonder as I read this since it's such a reflection from middle age on life as we've accomplished it so far, that I think are you 60 Tom if you're comfortable saying. Yes, I just crossed that particular threshold. Which is a big threshold to cross. And it made me wonder how much your own reflections as you age came through in your writing of this book. You know, I'm sure they did. I mean, that is the secret of fiction writing is that you're always in a sense. You know, writing your own autobiography and I don't think anybody who knew me when I was in high school would say I was like Tracy, but I also did harbor ambitions that I felt set me apart. And there's something about this feeling of ambition kind of softening with age. Like you realize that no matter what you achieve, your time is limited, that what really counts is the people that you're closest to thinking of you with love. I think that I think there's some of that, just some sense of, well, maybe there's a little folly in ambition. And that no matter how hard you try, you can't actually achieve your teenage dream because teenage dreams don't really encompass life as it really is lived. Although you're a person who for many outsiders looking in has achieved a great amount of success, written many books, many of those books made into movies. I'm wondering if you feel like you achieved your own ambitions when you look back to what you wanted to be and do in high school. Yeah, that's the funny part of it. I actually have, you know, there is some satisfaction with that. I think what is surprising is realizing as you get older that ambition itself is a bit of a pipe dream. It really, what exists is the dream, not the goal, and achieving the goal doesn't somehow satisfy the ambition..
"tracy" Discussed on The Book Review
"I think the movie is wonderful movie. It is maybe more satirical and sharp edged than the book. And I think that worked really well on the screen. But I think even the movie gives you moments when you see Tracy as a real person and understand that there's a sadness that's driving her and a vulnerability that she is trying very desperately to conceal because it doesn't seem useful to her in terms of what her goals are in the world. How was it meeting her again as it were? I mean, when you sit down to write a character that you haven't written about in a while, how does it compare to the experience of meeting someone in life where you haven't seen in a long time? Is it pick right up where.
"tracy" Discussed on Leadership Powered by Common Sense
"Because everybody wanted to have hand sanitizer to go buy your groceries, right? Yeah, she pivoted her whole business and had a year that was about double her average year. Just by being creative and being smart about it and trying to look at the look at the plus side, you know, cup half full, not half empty. Well, I mean, you know, there were a lot of, there were a lot of people who benefited that weren't necessarily shut down. There were a lot of people that benefited that were shut down. And then there were a lot of people who didn't get really a lot of help. Like the restaurant industry really got a hard time. I think maybe the airlines, but they got a lot of support to, but the restaurant industry really suffered. But you know, when you're creative and you, I mean, this is the entrepreneurial spirit, right? You figure out you've seen the gap and you twist and change, and that's all I'm suggesting is when you get to your exit is use that same spirit you had when you started for your exit because there is a way. There's always a way, right? When I started my businesses, each and every one of them, I had to make it work. I didn't have all this funding, so I could play around. Every dollar mattered, every purchase I made mannered. And so when you think about it, right? And I was clever and tried things. And I was smart and I learned fast. It's the same, it's the same energy just for exit. One was to get in once to get out. And I would just say, just and that it's okay, you know, I always say to my clients, I'm like, you built a business from nothing. Like maybe you bought it, and that's fine, you probably improved it, you learned how to integrate, but you did the hard part. The hard part is making something from nothing, right? You did that hard. This is the easy part. This is going to be the fun part because it's going to reward you, and it's going to give you time freedom. Like, yay. Nice, nice. Well, I think that's great. Tracy, and I think on that note, we'll probably wrap it up here, but thank you so much for coming on and sharing, tell people how they can get ahold of you if they're interested in connecting offline and hearing more of the story. Sounds great. So we have where revamping a couple websites, but how to exit your business dot.
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Why You Should Never Spend Another Dime on Disney
"To for people who have been hiding in their bunkers waiting for the end to come update us on what has Disney done. Why should we never ever spend another dime ever on anything related to Disney because what they've done is so horrifying, but talk to my audience who might not know about it. So they're coming against the same as and the bill to protect kindergartners from being indoctrinated with sexual ideology in school. Now, this was a bill that came down, they calling it the don't say gay Bill, it doesn't have the word gay in it anywhere. However, the purpose of it is to protect children. So those conversations happen at home and not in school by some psycho crazy perverts. So Disney came against that bill saying it wasn't right and they were fighting that Bill. In addition to the leaked audio and video showing that they were purposely trying to bring children. So that's kind of where this whole thing comes from. You probably seen their stock value has plummeted. I want to say it's plummeted over 60%. I think they've lost close to 70 billion in stock value up until this point. They need to go out of business. This is why I love you, because this is the point, folks, when people do this, when companies do this, when candidates do that. Whoever does anything like this, they need
"tracy" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Change. And so Tracy Robinson, I just want to say, thank you for making this film God bless you. Thanks for being my guest, folks. The matter of life tonight and tomorrow matter of life dot org check it out May 16 17th matter of life dot org Tracy, thank you so much. Thanks for having me. Take your chance on me that's all right take a chance off me. Hey there folks Eric my taxes here. I know you know how much I love Mike lindell and my pillow well. Mike lindell and my pillow right now are offering a bogo extravaganza bogo buy one get one. Bogo extravaganza on multiple my pillow products. Now is the time to join the millions of Americans who've changed the quality of their sleep with my pillow. Right now you get the buy one, get one free special, my pillow, bed sheets, Giza, elegance, my pillows, the 6 piece towel sets and the role and go anywhere my pillows just go to the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com, use the promo code Eric. That's the radio listener specials page at my pillow dot com. Use the code Eric or call one 809 7 8 three O 5 7 one 809 7 8 zero 5 7 don't miss this incredible opportunity to buy one, get one free on select product. You'll also receive mics, book absolutely free. You won't believe it, it's amazing. 809 7 8 three.
"tracy" Discussed on The New Yorker: Poetry
"I love this poem as when he picked because it's part of the sequence from your new book, call us what we carry. But it's also, I think a manifest about our time. And thinking about it in broadways. And I wondered how much you were thinking about our time, which I think courses through the whole book, but specifically in this poem. A 100%. I think I wanted to kind of write what I might call an occasional book, often as poets, we think of occasional poems, so these types of pieces, which are written for specific cultural moments or periods and time, I wanted to take that and kind of broaden it. So as opposed to one lyric, it becomes many, which are all kind of ruminating on the specific sociopolitical cultural emotional considerations that are happening right now. Well, I love how you say this book is awake as in wide awake. And then this book is a wake. How are you balancing those themes throughout the book? Well, I think for me, it's recognizing that being awake, meaning having your eyes open and recognizing the way meaning the death and the loss aren't mutually exclusive. In fact, I think they're entirely co dependent on each other. And so we have to look at the ghosts in order to kind of reconcile with the living. We have to think about what we've lost to think about what we still have to gain. And so instead of trying to balance those two ideas for me, it's trying to give them as much of a full arena by which to engage with each other. One, you mentioned our testimony here. Again, this hour, how's your hour different? How are you thinking about our and the we differently in this poem, perhaps then Tracy case poem, but also on your own. Oh, that's interesting..
"tracy" Discussed on Mommies Tell All
"They'll hang around me and the wave but they to see that hind have needs to and then later on their conceptualization of what it means to be. A mom is someone who nurtures themselves someone who says noda things someone who goes out and sees their friends and i think that is really awful to teach our children. They're always watching us absolutely while you're being a great model for your children and i mean all women out there to Focus on you and focus on better communication with yourself and others. It's like so huge. Where i'm so thankful that you came on today because i feel like i needed to hear a lot of this and i know that a lot of people out there really thinking today well tracy thank you so so so so much for being on we So appreciate you coming on. Where can our listeners find you online and everywhere i always online but like it's everywhere everywhere everywhere the best place on instagram dr dot tracy d send me a damn say hello. I'm in my. Dm's talking to people because it is social media or being social Check out my website. I have tons of free resources. I know going to therapy can be challenging. When we don't have the time we can't find a sitter or the resources are super hard to get to. So that's dr. Tracy d dot com and you can also check out my online. Space be connected. Thank you so much. We really appreciate having you on an delight today. Thank you thank you having. I love saving money on health care. That's why when. I used to work a nine to five job. I would always sign up for a flexible spending account every year. And i just found out something pretty cool and i wanted to make sure you knew about it to do to. The pandemic government is allowing employers to extend the twenty twenty use it or lose it deadline into twenty twenty one. That means that if you had an ethics say last year your employees may have.
"tracy" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"We have a very similar situation in the system case the blazer that tracy was borrowing turns up with these weird people that we don't we don't know who they were. So what were these two people doing in the blazer doing with that blazer were they simply moving it and almost got caught along the way. But we're able to deduct the police or were they responsible for you know. Does this mean that they're responsible for tracey's murder or do we have something else going on here captain because we have discussed this several times before and other cases here in the garage. Could this be just one of those weird and rare situations that the real killer simply gets lucky and the case becomes more confusing for detectives because our killer got lucky. And what i mean by that is there seems to be a pretty general belief shared amongst a lot of people that these two people that we're seeing driving the blazer and then fleeing the vehicle that they're just part of the story but don't really have anything to do with what happened to tracy system. Well what we know about tracy's there. Her body was dumped into a rural area Street that most people want travel on unless it was a local situation But a distance away from where she was last seen. You said seventy miles. Yeah seven zero. Is it possible that the killer of tracy also abandoned that vehicle and somebody like you were saying this couple then happens upon that vehicle that is kind of the general belief here That is shared amongst many people. Is that these. Two people may have found this vehicle somewhere. Now keep in mind. Tracy is last seen in indianapolis a big city major city seventy miles from where her remains found. It's very likely whatever happened to tracey happened to her. That night at the apartment or right after. She left her apartment that night..
"tracy" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"This vehicles not found until october fourth. So we have a situation here captain where we have this weird couple driving it but also enough time has gone by that you could say there's a good chance that somebody else may have been in possession of this vehicle at one point especially right after the murder you have to wonder too would the killer of been brazen enough to use the victim's vehicle to move the body use term brazing use the term stupid it. Let's let's create a word. That's both Yeah you have to wonder but it doesn't seem like again. It's a situation where the words that they're choosing to tell us. In this case make it sound like that might not be a suspicion by investigators. They they may have tried that angle and came up with nothing. There's also been reports that are similar to this that state that there were that are a little more in depth about the the fingerprints remember. We said the ammunition was found. But there's no fingerprints found in or on this ammunition or in the blazer that they call into concern so was it wiped down was the vehicle wipe down or was it. Just whoever drove the vehicle or move the vehicle wasn't in it long enough to leave behind a whole lot of evidence. You would expect to find some evidence of tracy having been in the vehicle at some point. Maybe that muddies the waters. A little bit on whether the body was moved in that vehicle. But i'm just getting the. I'm getting the vibe here. Captain that that's probably not what happened in this case. Listen up that time. Line a little bit so the listeners aren't confused. Yeah because we were playing detective along the way as we were telling this story. Capped in the way that this thing breaks down is just like this. Tracy goes missing on september twentieth. That's the last time that her family speaks with her. That's the last time they know that she is safe. And where she should be the following day they make the police report they. They filed a missing persons. Report is fourteen days. After tracy was last. Seen that this blazer this she was borrowing. The chevy blazer is located eight and a half miles from tracy's apartment tracy system. her body is then located. Four days later her remains were found seventy miles from her apartment and as we know she had been dead for long enough to be decomposed to the point. That dental records were required to ide- her and that someone else was driving that.
"tracy" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"During the whole divorce proceedings tracy got married again getting hitched to a michael system on january twenty fifth two thousand and three then. She gave birth to their son shane. So at this point we have tracy michael. Her new husband baby. Shane and tracy's two girls sharing a house. This is the house that tracy got in the divorce settlement from her first husband from that first marriage but that living situation didn't last long by the time tracy was reported missing in september of two thousand and four michael and tracy had split up and had been split up for quite some time and were estranged from one. Another all right. let's get into tracy's disappearance. There is minimal reporting about her disappearance. But what little there is all says the same thing so this is all confirmed. Tracy was last. Seen september twentieth at thirtieth street and post road in the far east side neighborhood of indianapolis. This was an apartment complex. Where tracy was living at the time but she was in the process of moving out so she is there on this day september twentieth to retrieve her belongings because she is now moving in with her mother. Who also lived in indianapolis on this day. Tracy called her mom around seven. Pm and told her that she was gathering the last of her things and she would be home. Soon i've not been able to determine captain if this call came from a landline or a cellphone. She said that she would be home soon but she never arrived at the time tracy was using her father's nineteen ninety-five chevy blazer to help her move her things. The vehicle was also missing so when they notice that tracy is missing they noticed that the vehicles missing as well. The vehicle is not found at tracy's apartment. They said she's moving away from her husband. Well she lived in the apartment by herself. They had already been separated for quite some time by this point And she's moving back in with her mother. Now we have zero information whatsoever on how and when tracy's family discovered her missing status and noted that the blazer was also missing so we know that she spoke with her mom on the twentieth and we know that the following day a missing persons report was placed was made by her family brain. So sometime after seven. Pm on that night and sometime the next morning they probably decide. Hey she should have been here by now. It's been overnight where not only missing her where also missing the vehicle that was lent to her to help her move her things. You also have to wonder too if they went out there and presumably they did outside tracy's apartment to look for her and the vehicle if they were able to access the apartment. Maybe they're seeing things in there that's causing concern as well. Maybe you know when you hear your loved one tell you. Hey i'm gathering up the last of my items and i'll be home soon. Well you could open up that front door to the apartment in the apartment. Tell you a different a different story. Yeah and his good thing that they hesitate reporter missing. So that's the best that we can narrow down the actual time of her going missing. We know that she made that phone. Call on at seven pm on the twentieth. We can't say for certain if anyone in her family went to the apartment to look for. I presume that they did. That's just natural reaction. That's what most people would do so you have to wonder if they did this. Captain did they find the front door. Locked unlocked Did they find things. Still inside the apartment. Was there any sign of a confrontation or struggle. Those answers to those questions. We just don't have any any idea. We do know that someone in her family reported her missing on the day after she was last seen this again. The twenty-first we also have no information on tracy cellphone or if in fact she even had one it was two thousand and four so it seems likely that she would have had one if so and if the police were able to obtain any helpful information on the cellphone. We don't have any idea this information. That's not been released to the public but all of the reporting on the story discusses where tracy was last known to be so that is not a question in this case. We know that she was last reported to be at her apartment. This information came from her mother. Who said that. Tracy called her from there. If there was a cell phone and it showed that she was at some other location. After that time you'd think the family would have said so publicly when they have spoken out about this case. I wonder what the family's feelings are about ex husband because that obviously is i think even though there were separated for a time period before this like you said to move down so apartment by herself and now she's moving back home with her parents. He go well. I mean that's the number one person you look at right and just with identifying the body identifying the remains how quickly we see from there being no leads to now all of a sudden here in the garage we can see the suspects start to emerge right. They they step out of the shadows and present themselves a little bit. We have her first husband that she's been divorced from for some time But you gotta look kind of the issue. You gotta look in that direction. You have the most recent husband who she was in the process of splitting up with and moving on and her life and then once you get to know the victim and the victim's inner circle that may present some other options as far as suspects or persons of interest. Go and as you pointed out earlier you always have to consider the person who quote unquote found the body. Yeah or the possibilities. That tracy was working on husband number. Three an who would that individual be so right away captain when she goes missing when tracy goes missing. There's no sign really. No clue as to where she could be for about two.
"tracy" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Enforcement the family. This is true and in this case we have. The indiana state polices. Well that we're talking about and tracy systems case so let's go and get to know our victim a little better shall we. Because that's the first step in trying to get a lead on this thing. So who was. Tracy tracy sandline storm system was born on december. Twenty seventh nineteen seventy. She was a lifelong native of indianapolis a city. That you and i've been to many times captain. A great city tracy graduated from how high school in nineteen eighty nine. When she died she left behind her parents. Rebecca and john her sister shelley and her brother john junior she also left behind an ex husband and an estranged husband and three children. All of whom lived in indianapolis. According to her obituary tracy was a member of holy spirit catholic church and owned and operated sugar creek rottweilers where she bread and cared for her show. Dogs tracy had a great love of animals obviously and worked with several veterinarians throughout her life. Tracy got married when she was young and had two girls in quick succession her husband. Richard storm filed for divorce in october of two thousand and the divorce was granted in december of two thousand and one richard and tracy were awarded joint custody of their girls by the hancock circuit court. Meanwhile.
"tracy" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue
"Did you ever worry that she might bail out on you. I worry that. I might be come bailable that i might not deal with it. Well why didn't they didn't deal with it. Really love accessible. Had and have a good approach to it i mean i just kind of ignored it. Overmedicated wrongly medicated. In in in sort of drinking a little more than had been and and That'll last year year and a half and sir taken seriously but all that tricky had had to deal with and so it wasn't worried about her bailing on me. It was like this. This is my thing. I have to have to make this work within the marriage. It within the family. I have to find a way to to to to not something that separates from my family. But something that connects me with my friend. What about you tracy. Did you ever have in the back of your mind. Oh my god. I can't do this in terms of in the big picture definitely moments for. It's just like i can't handle this. I can't but i never thought i can't handle this today. So i'm out for good. I mean that's just not how i live my life. It's not how i was raised. It's not you know you love somebody you deal with. Whatever it is. They're dealing with and they are issues..
"tracy" Discussed on Double Date with Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue
"It's hard to think of a couple who we've taken to our hearts more than actors michael j. fox and tracy pollen. They learned early on what most of us take a lot longer to realize that marriage is day to day. Journey of love and grit. They lived just walking distance from us so it was really disappointing that i still had the flu on the date. We were scheduled to visit them. Marlow had to go solo and they really miss seeing you. It's funny what a small world this is. It turns out that many years ago. Michael and tracy had rented the very same apartment that we once rented and now here we are living on the same street. You don't want a good day. You could probably hit a golf ball onto their balcony. Roy actually that would take an iron but beyond our neighborhood. We share a lot in common..
"tracy" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast
"Well you can look at my stuff on my website There's not really much. Because i hate to get into this sound like this kind of person but i'm a pisces. So i'm a giving person. I i feel like like i'm here to help others. So it's like if you need help reach out you know which is because i learned after thirty five years that it's okay to say i can't do this. I need help because light help so you can just reach out. Remind website stuff on my website. Which is kinda funny. You get to see what makes tracey tick. I don't know if you really wanna follow me on twitter because then you really know what makes tracey tick. We absolutely do so. Tell us what your website addresses. My website is tracy. Gr ac y cross she r. o. s. s. online. Just type it in in italy It should be right there. Tracy cross online. That'll be my picture and everything and I just redid the website. I'm revamping it now. Because i took a class about you know promotions in the professor here. Yeah yeah website was nice but like not great. Who just like you know what you're right. So i go in streamline everything it's i'm working on it at just one mommy as i say to my kids just when mommy trying to get into you. What's your twitter Tracy see right so gantar. Ac y c rights w r i t e s era. I will make sure that there are links to both of those in the show notes. And because you're pisces. I know that either your birthday has just passed reports coming up so i'm going to say happy birthday. It's when wouldn't let your purchase six really mine's march fourth. Shish daughters march two fists. And really they is today. Look at all these policies all together these powers war where we are. Good people pisces. We are we are pretty amazing people for sure. Yeah exactly so..
"tracy" Discussed on NIGHTLIGHT: A Horror Fiction Podcast
"About halfway through. I realized that i was writing this zombie story that i was writing because of his death. And what. I went through watching him. Die and you know my fear that he was locked in there and aware of what was going on. You know because that was the most terrifying thing for me was wondering if he knew what was going on and if he wanted to communicate and couldn't and all of that was just really terrifying for me and so i put down for seven or eight years and then finally picked it back up and i was like. I'm gonna finish this because it needs to be finished both for like my own mental health. But i also want out there because i want this culture that i grew up in to be out there and there's just not a lot of hoodoo based stories out there and i think that's super sad So i'm really excited to hear on that. You're working on something that encompasses your family's background. Well as well. I think we got more better. Good research there's a difference because you can have like Anybody can write a like. Oh i watch certain rainbow. No no you know and you know no different and more authentic coming from you. And i is black women in our experiences with it. Give it more authentic schism. Because this was a thing. And i mean let's be truthful. I came from a matriarchial like all the women. My mother sites were very strong women and they all did this. They all did it. All you know i mean i remember. My mom was talking to someone. And i was kind of listening as she said You know tracy skin so clear. Because i would take that first diaper the she would pee in in the morning. Wipe her face with it. And i'm like what hold up. She's like what you're going to have to take me for that. And i'm like well mom i mean no but you put me all over my face on my your first up is not that that midday is that i catch and she was like she said like her grandmother would make repeatable and just like no one. Does this this and but at the same time. I'm like no one's going to remember this so we have to share it because these kids today.
"tracy" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Cj has had several arrests for drug crimes gambling theft and other crimes but the one that landed him in prison was an assault on a girlfriend which unfortunately isn't exactly a complete surprise nature versus nurture. Which one is it. He learned behavior or dealing with you know the turmoil from his family or is this something biological going on. It's hard to say you could. You could certainly say that it was. He witnessed all quite young when he witnessed that. Is it biological or taking aside the assault which we can debate nature or nurture on all day long. Why is it also a mean. Not so much of a surprise that. Cj would find himself incarcerated at a certain point as well because we know that children of parents who have been incarcerated have a much higher likelihood of being themselves incarcerated exactly. And that's an unfortunate reality that we have to live with so he has trouble. I mean he did witness it even if he was young enough. There could be a cyclical nature to abuse. I know that tracy was very forgiving. And she described her son as making mistakes but she believed to do the right thing once he grew up and move forward. Choose trying to be optimistic. And i think they still had a good relationship. You know this was years ago that i this. This was definitely a little bit dated. And i haven't read anything since. So maybe he did actually wound up getting you know his life together. I hope so too. Tracy also still volunteers counseling victims of domestic violence and she was recently honored in connecticut for her work in contributions to changing the way domestic violence cases are treated not just in connecticut but around the country. Now that we've covered the story. Amy i'd like to get to our final thoughts and opinions. I'm going to start. And then i'll bump over to you i. I'd like to say that these types of tragedies are always a shame when they could have been prevented and no buck probably would have kept coming for tracy we won't know because he never suffered any type of real legal deterrent or punishment that might have caused him to change his course of action..