36 Burst results for "Twenty Four Years"
Burns Pulls Away at Innisbrook and Claims First PGA Title
"Twenty four year old Sam burns has recorded his breakthrough PGA tour win with a three shot victory at the Valspar championship we have the control that we wanted and we usually don't get that very often so it's a it's something we're always searching for a year and so just to have that little bit of confidence today was a big a Louisiana native fired a closing round sixty eight to finish at seventeen under that debate resurgent Keegan Bradley who won the race for a second after a final round seventy one burns took the lead when Bradley took a watery double bogey at the par three thirteenth and pound home from there Victor Holden and Cameron Tring Ghali tied in third place at thirteen under I'm Graham like us
Fresh update on "twenty four years" discussed on Capt. Hunter's Podcast
"Turns and climax and crisis conflicts. They're adding all of this stuff to make it entertainment and and and but sometimes that has nothing to do with reality you. That was real said. Thank you thank you for that. And i hope that that really gets people skulls there that works not real. It's not real and law enforcement. Individuals are not the audience that the haider's audience their audience. So last question here will actually have two more questions So sometimes we hear about these different Rivalries do you think that there is a rivalry between law enforcement. Police officers And the fbi do. Have you witnessed that for me. Working most for out of the twenty four years. Twenty four out of the twenty six years. I was in the fbi. Twenty four were in philadelphia. And i think we had an excellent relationship with the philadelphia. Police department I thought it was It was superior. I got to neat and no and work with closely. Many many people from the philadelphia police department. Why because they worked in our office they were on our task force you know. They came in and sat at their desks with their name play and they worked. You know partnership with an fbi agent may drove our cars. They got to access our records because they were part of the task force. And i think that's one of the things that's missing a lot that when people talk about this rivalry that in most instances the local police officer knows the fbi agents in that office if they've worked with them on many cases they've interacted with them. They've asked for assistance from the fbi. The fbi has asked for assistance from the police department. Many other leaders have attended the national academy We know each other. And if we don't know each other that's a shame because that should be. The work of all law enforcement agencies are to know partner up whenever they can be as they call it force multipliers you know. Bringing together their knowledge their training and their experiences so that we can combat no our mission which is protecting and served together. So i have asked you that question. Did you ever have any interactions with fbi agents during your law enforcement career. And how was it No i did not The majority of my time was a patrol. I was in any specialized units or anything and we had we had a couple of cases where I'm reluctant to say this. But the fbi was kinda looking at our department and And so.
Man Charged With Killing 3 in Wisconsin Tavern Shooting
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting charges have been filed in the killing of three people in Wisconsin tavern shooting prosecutors in Kenosha county Wisconsin have charged a twenty four year old man with three counts of first degree intentional homicide and three counts of attempted first degree intentional homicide in a weekend shooting at a crowded bar what Kyle Vinson would face life in prison if convicted on any of the counts according to the complaint Vinson got into a fight at summers house tavern and walked out of the bar's patio and opened fire each charge carries a sentence modifiers for being a repeat offender and using a dangerous weapon in a homicide or attempted homicide in twenty sixteen Vinson was convicted of unlawful use of a weapon in Kansas city Missouri hi Mike Crossey up
European Super League: What Is It? Who Is Involved?
"Of course we have to start with the proposed super league which is certainly got some traction over the last twenty four hours. Let's just take you through where we are what we know so far. It's a very fluid situation. Twelve clubs from england. Spain italy announced the creation of the european superleague out statement. Of course power on sunday night by me up to proceed with uefa as new thirty sixteen champions they start in two thousand and twenty four. You eight for president. Alexander announces players in participate in the super league will be banned from playing in the world cup in the year. Rose you officials will meet this week in regards to clubs participating upcoming european games. There's talk of those parties maintenance super leaving kicked out of the champions. This season rash on social media from some players. Mansa as kids grow up dreaming to win the world cup champions. They know any super league the joining of big games. It only happens once or twice a year every week. Really hard to understand for all fans out max. Meanwhile brunette finance but hang out dreams com be boards on his instagram account. Other players. Well have come out against it. Meanwhile alexander for president very strong. And it's come them. Nation of this league saying the idea is a spit in the face of all football lovers and our society as well. We must not let them take full away us. I've seen many things in my life. I was a criminal lawyer for twenty four years. I've seen many people. I've never seen anyone like that. We didn't know we had snakes working close to us but now we know
Judge Rules New York Must Vaccinate Prisoners Immediately
"A strongly worded decision. Monday new york state supreme court justice alison to it ordered the state to immediately vaccinate incarcerated people and said officials quote irrationally distinguish between incarcerated people and people living in every other type of adult congregate facility at great risk to incarcerated people's lives during this pandemic. This comes as people who work in. New york's prisons in jails became eligible to receive the vaccine in january justice to its decision also came as governor cuomo announced only yorkers over the age of thirty canal access. The vaccine she ruled incarcerated people. Even younger than thirty should also be offered the vaccinations now. The lawsuit was filed behalf of two people. Held a new york city's rikers island jail. Twenty four year. Old obama free us and fifty two year old charles holden who lives in a dorm with forty eight of fifty beds filled with the beds inches apart the complaint says he shares quote eating spaces. Toilets sinks showers televisions telephones and recreational spaces of other incarcerated. Men at mealtime eats a communal table surrounded by other incarcerated. People cannot wear masks while they eat in short quote every aspect of daily life is communal. He's not able to practice social distancing unquote currently about ten percent of people held at rikers have covid nineteen new york. Jails about thirty four thousand people only about thirteen hundred prisoners who were senior citizens or have pre existing conditions have already been fully
The Art of Business Wars: Waging War
"Two. Today's lesson from the art of business. Wars waging war ever heard of book stacks unlimited probably not. That's because the online bookstore was launched in nineteen ninety two. It was a good idea. Sure but it failed. Why when it has to do with what's called the first mover advantage book. Stacks unlimited came onto the online book. Selling seen i. Sometimes that's a good thing. A company that offers something new and valuable i can carve out a big sector of the market. Your brand becomes synonymous with the product. Which is good for business right. We think of band-aid at he's a bandages. All around the globe now referred to as bandits even if they're not band aid brand but being a first mover comes with risks like making a move too early. That's what happened in nineteen ninety-two with book. Stacks unlimited when the virtual bookstore came on the scene. Not enough folks were comfortable with the internet to spend time buying books online but by the time a certain other bookseller turned mega corporation entered the market. Three years later customers were ready. And how amazon founded success. So it's not always about striking first but striking at the exact right time and not a moment too late and that's the idea behind the wild success of the online dating app bumble as well. The story starts though in another online. Dating company called tinder. It's may two thousand. Fourteen and tender. Co-founder whitney wolfe. Heard has spent two years travelling the country promoting the app to college students and young people suddenly her colleagues teller. She can no longer refer to herself as a co founder because in their view a twenty four year old woman at the helm of a growing company devalue sit what follows quite the tumultuous break-up wolf heard alleges that her fellow co founder justin mccain whom she briefly dated has been verbally abusing her showering her with sexist and racist texts and comments. She offers to resign but instead. Ceo sean rad fires. Her in a matter of months will
Seattle's King County reports drop in Covid cases among those 75 and older
"Cova cases are rising and king county but vaccinations are paying off for people. Seventy five an older cases among that age group have fallen significantly k. u. o. w.'s. Anna boyko winrock reports. It's a decrease of more than eighty percent since february. That's according to public health seattle and king county and it's because an overwhelming majority of people seventy five and i have been vaccinated in the county. Meanwhile other people can and are getting infected especially younger folks if you're eighteen to twenty four years old in the seattle area you're in the age group getting covid the most right now. All these new cases are not necessarily from the states phase three reopening according to public health officials more likely. It's the impact of whatever we did two weeks ago. That may have spread the virus and with more activities open public. Health officials are emphasizing. That what we do now could keep pushing cases higher even into a new fourth wave of covid or keep us away from it.
White Sox slugger Jimenez to miss 5-6 months
"Happy trails eloy jimenez. The white sox left fielder could be out five to six months. After tearing his left pectoral muscle yesterday and a failed attempt to bring back the spring training. Home run off. The bat of sean murphy. As is hung on the wall momentarily at the end of that play the twenty four year old slugger hit forty. Five home runs over his first hundred and seventy seven games in the bigs but his fielding has been sort of an adventure
Top 10 players signed by Patriots
"Talk about the Patriots. The the Patriots grabbed everybody's attention by making move after move after move after move. Like we're watching it over agency going off. How many people are going to bring in its kind of unbelievable how many starters they've added? And so I count they added ten players that I think are very very significant to their team next year. In fact, I would say pretty clearly the Patriots are back and a lot of people saw this coming, you know, but they are going to be a force in the NFL next year here is my list my nerdy list of the ten players the top players. They added that are very significant to their roster next year. The first two are massive. It will reshape the entire Patriots offense. They added two tight ends Johnny Smith and Ed Hunter Henry. To Johnny Smith signed from Tennessee. He signed a four year deal worth up to fifty million dollars. That's Thirty one point two five million dollars guaranteed and he's only twenty-four years old. So that's Monday. That's a really gigantic Marquis franchise player. He cited the reason why it came to New England is cuz he loves Bill Belichick. He's got great respect for him. And I want to point out of all the everybody I'm about to talk about these shows to be in New England Bill Belichick got his kind of guys who sought out New England wanted to be there and wanted to work hard and win a Superbowl. I think it matters. It's very very exciting. These are not with Josh Gordon's or what's the other example Phillip Dorsett who they made a move for and they're not really like that. You think they fit they don't work out know. These are guys who all chose to be in New England who wanted to win a Superbowl. I really want to win a Superbowl. These guys went out of their way to be New England now the other tight and they brought in With twenty-six-year-old tight end Hunter Henry from the LA Chargers got a three-year deal twenty-five million dollars guaranteed. It's worth up to thirty seven point five million dollars total if he meets all those incentives. They also added two wide receivers the Patriots brought in Nelson agholor to a you got a two year twenty six million dollar contract East twelve years old. Now a lot of people do not like this move and I I get it Nelson agholor is not the most flashy player in the NFL but I think if it's very well with Cam Newton, he's good at he's not going up and getting the ball. He's got good hands did some stuff of the Raiders that I think deserves your attention go watch what he did with the Raiders and I just I'm like, huh a lot of good plays. Okay. I understand. I see the potential Bill Belichick and the Patriots would see and Nelson agholor go will give the guy a good contract, especially considering the Patriots have like our desolate at wide receiver. They need help. They got home. Who is awesome but he can't do everything by himself from the slot. They have n'keal Harry who n'keal Harry. I I think he's going to pop. I think he's going to progress and keep getting better. But she's not a number one right now. So on top of the page where it's also added Kendrick Bourne guy from my local area actually went to Eastern Washington University 25 years old. He's coming from the San Francisco 49ers. He got a three year deal worth twenty two point five million dollars. Now another thing the Patriots did they also added they signed Center Ted carriages and they traded for tackle Trent Brown. So this is the new Patriots offense right now. They've receivers Nelson agholor, Julian Edelman Kendrick born and kill hair is its own nuclear Aguilera. I'm doing my best. It's a hard game to say. They also have Sony Michelle running backs for any receivers Sony Michelle at running back and improved offensive line. Cam Newton at quarterback who I get why people doubt Cam? He's a former NFL MVP and with when you put cams Talent with a lot of weapons including two outstanding tight ends Hunter Henry Smith, right man. I'll tell you what I look at the Patriots offense and think two things immediately number one. Everything is going to run through their brand new Titans. Their entire offense now is probably going to drive down the seams of the field right up the middle. They're going to use our tents heavily lot of play-action again. I am scheme wise things will look a lot like the page words did back in the day when they had drunk and Aaron Hernandez together to start tight ends. Now number two. I feel very very confident with Cam Newton as the Patriots quarterback and it surprised me but I want to remind you that two years ago. Tom Brady was the page word starting quarterback and did basically nothing and the reason was there were no weapons there. He kept running into the same brick wall. His receivers weren't good enough. So, how can I think you and I would both agree. I like Cam Newton Tom Brady's a better quarterback than Cam Newton. So my point is if Tom Brady couldn't make it work with New England's roster. How was Cam Newton supposed to succeed? He was set up to fail will now Cam Newton's being given weapons is being set up to do. Well, I'm excited man. He's a former NFL MVP, he's hungry. I I personally believe Cam Newton's going to have an awesome year and it really is going to make extended one-year deal with like it was like three and a half million dollars with a bunch of incentives. I honestly think we're gonna look back at his contract at the end of next year and go. Can you believe the deal they got on Camden he played so well for no money. I really think he's he's a guy who can didn't play well enough wage. Last year to earn a new gigantic contract. So he's going to have to show what he can do this year and maybe earn more money next year but I think cam is poised to do very very well and make a lot of money and win a lot of games in New England
Actor Armie Hammer is under police investigation for sexual assault in Los Angeles
"So another woman came forward with a story about actor armie hammer not a good story as you can imagine. That's what we're talking about it. This twenty four year old woman only identified as efi says that army violently raped her for more than four hours in los angeles back in twenty and seventeen. She says she. I met him over facebook in two twenty sixteen when she was twenty years old. And that's when she began an on again off again relationship with him. It didn't end until twenty. Twenty twenty four twenty seventeen armie hammer over four hours angeles. During which repeatedly slapped my head goes to well moving my face he also committed other acts of violence against me to which he did not consent for example. He beat my feet. What a crop whatever. Step way to for the next week. During those four hours tried to get away i was going to kill me would no concern for my wellbeing out completely in shock. They couldn't believe this. What i loved did that to me. I tried so hard to justify his actions even to the point of responding to him in a way that did not reflect. Mitch army hammers. Attorney is denying the claims writing in a statement quote. It was never mr hamer's intention to embarrassed or expose he's fetishes or kinky sexual desires but she has now escalated this matter to another level by hiring lawyer to host eight public press conference with the truth on his side are welcomes the opportunity to set the record straight and he said the interactions between the two were absolutely consensual. Police are now investigating voyeur. Just straight up. Victim blame her. Many much
Woman arrested in San Francisco assault on Uber driver
"An uber passenger who went viral for all the wrong reasons has been charged with a crime. San francisco police arrest twenty-four-year-old malaysia king seen in viral video assaulting in asian uber driver for reportedly being asked to wear face mask and king and another woman seem coughing on the driver. Hurling threats and racial slurs king also accused of spring pepper spray in the vehicle. She faces charges including assault with a caustic chemical officers. Identifying the second woman say she plans to turn himself in police say. The behavior showed a callous disregard for the safety and wellbeing of an essential service
Kristin Stultz Pressley On Dorothy Fields And Her Impact On Broadway Musical Theater
"Well hello kristin welcome back to the podcast while it is so good to be back with you. Thank you for having me. I have thoroughly enjoyed watching your podcast as it has grown. You've done some really exciting things and talk to some incredible people and so it's been a real joy to watch it will relations by the way. Thank you for being a listener as well as a guest but yeah it's good to have you back and so what was it. That drew you to dorothy fields. And why did you want to write a book about her well. To be honest. I started studying. Dorthy fields a master's candidate at the university of kentucky and one of the bugaboos about graduate school. They expect you to have a research project and the real catch is. It needs to be something. No one else's ever researched before so it can be pretty tricky because If it's something that no one's ever researched before how are you going to know about it right. And how are you gonna find research about exactly so you're really starting from scratch. So i went to graduate school bride. Probably twenty three twenty four year old new. I wanted to study. Musical theater was in the theater. Department had no idea what that specific topic would be that. I would research for the next two years. Actually i was planning on doing a phd. So would have been the next four years. I knew it would be related to musicals. I knew what related to the golden age of musical. So i was thinking cole. Porter irving berlin oscar hammerstein. I loved lyrics and Each of these wrote lyrics so that was something that was already drawn to. But every time i talk with my advisor she was We know everything about quarter. Everything's been done about oscar hammerstein. There've been books written about and by irving berlin says she would just keep shooting down and rightfully so. Because i needed what was going to be my contribution right. What was what was going to be my something that i could add to the academy so to speak. And so as a person of faith. I literally prayed and prayed and prayed and prayed and one day in her office. It was as if i saw this blinding vision across my eyes and it just was the name dorothy fields and i knew nothing about dorothy fields. Except that i recognized her name from the show card from sweet charity. Nineteen sixty six charity And i had seen that show card. So much of course had the cd collection. So i am the the cd case very much like the show card. And so i just blurted out. What about dorothy fields adviser stopped. And said i don't know anything about dorothy fields and so that was two thousand three. I went home and it was the very early days of googling there. There was not much on the internet yet. But there was enough that i could see my goodness. This woman wrote the way you look tonight. This woman wrote. I'm in the mood for love. This woman wrote on sunny side of the street. This woman was the brain power behind any. Get your gun. She came up with the idea to do a show about any oakley. And so i went back to my adviser at a different class to that night and told her. What do you think about this. This is what i found out. She says let's do it so it's been almost two decades that i've been at this but i continued that work not only for masters but also for my doctoral dissertation which i ended up doing my phd at the university of georgia. But i took dorothy with me. When i went from lexington to athens. Dorothy came along for the ride. You basically were looking at her life from you. Know more academic educational standpoint. So what makes this different from those dissertations. That's actually a great question you know. It's funny because when people ask me what the book is about or have asked me over the past twenty years what. I was researching. And i would mention dorothy fields. And everybody's i don't know her but then you mentioned song titles you say hey big spender. She wrote that or pick yourself up. She wrote that or on the sunnyside of the street. She wrote that everybody gets that same. Like a ha. I know her but they didn't know that they knew her in my master's thesis. That's one question that i asked was why her name. Not as well known as porter and all of those men not only were they collaborators of hers they were very well loved colleagues who esteemed. Dorothy is one of them. And there's a couple of suggestions for that one is. She was never part of a team that that lasted for a long time. So by that. I mean rodgers and hammerstein that that is an iconic dua were Rodgers and hart even or irving berlin wrote music and lyrics cole porter music and lyrics but dorthy fields for it with eighteen different composers over a five decade long career so there was never easy to pinpoint her as. Oh well. that's i mean the closest would be jimmy. Mccue who was first collaborator of fields in. Bq song where it just it just there. That never happened with her. It never became a catchphrase. Another suggestion is because she was very self effacing. You know if she was asking an interview. Oh we'll tell us about this experience. Riding with arthur schwartz or whatever she would immediately turn it around and said well let me tell you how great. It is work with arthur. You know she would always shine. The spotlight on her collaborator And so that's another reason. Why perhaps she didn't seek the spotlight and it wasn't until later in her career. She became concerned with legacy and she hired a publicist at and that happened in the late. Nineteen fifties as. I think her her brother died unexpectedly. Her husband died unexpectedly her her dear friends and collaborators beginning to die and i think she realized at that point. Hey maybe i am concerned with being. And i do need help to accomplish that.
Betsy Parker And John Aprea, On 9 Marriages, Pilates, Love, And A lifelong Acting Career
"Welcome back to the skinny confidential him and her podcast. I'm lauren everett's bostick. The creator of the skinny confidential and across from me is my husband. Michael boston cloudy today. We have an episode. That's kind of fun because it's kind of like you're happy hour with all of our friends. We decided to invite my pilates teacher who has become a dear friend of mine in la betsy grassi and her significant other jonah. Praia on the show to give you a little context. Betsy is a top celebrity influence. Pilates instructor she honestly has all the moves. When it comes to plaudits she trained me. Throughout my whole entire pregnancy was aasa. I- waddled over to her from our house every single day. She trained me. And then i would waddell back home up until the day that i gave birth. I think i worked out with her the day. My water. I'm convinced that's why the delivery was so quick strong. Tell she's absolutely amazing. Check her out on instagram at parker pilates and then we also asked her to bring on her stallion of a husband to use a stone. John my man. You're a handsome sob. They're very good looking couple. That's the has got it hit. She's got the body. She's got the clothes and then john. Her significant other is an american actor and comedian. He's best known for his role in the godfather part two. He was also in sopranos. He's also uncle jesse's dad in full house and in fuller house which is so hot. 'cause how fucking hot as uncle jesse i mean. Listen i don't know jesse is hard. I can't i can't long you can't live up. There's some guys you come across and you're just like well like i get it. I mean uncle jesse. When i was little my eyeballs were popping out of my sockets. Can't blame you and you know what's even hotter as uncle. Jesse has a hot dad john. Warren it's all fiction that right. I mean the people are real but you know come down so right now you'll be okay so i think that this conversation's really fun. 'cause they're telling stories of their life but they're also peppering in pilates tips and we're talking about acting or talking about the olsen twins of marriages letting there's like nine between them right nine marriages between both of them and what i love and what attracted me to betsy. So much is that. When i went to her studio i walked in. I looked around the studio. It was so beautiful good energy and she was so open with her life and every single time i work out with her which is a lot she just tells it how it is and she's unapologetically herself and i appreciate that especially in the world we're in today and i think that this episode so fun because they are both so open with that. Let's welcome betsy grassi. And john prior to the skinny confidential him in her podcast. This is the skinny confidential. Imon her donga great hair. He so much Now we're sure i got. I got one thing going for me. Doubt that you have two things going on my hot and everybody says it but we like a modest guy yet craig. Cranston was saying that you got competition like what we even with western would mean. Hit chris saying that you are very hot gossip. You're listening break you. Chris addresses betsy and my friend. Okay so we have betsy parker who is my palabras teacher. She is the hottest pilates teacher in. La and we have counterpart john who is also so hot in his leather jacket. Johnson actor and they have been together for twenty years. Own omar more. How long twenty two the to a. I don't even know if i can make two. Let's say twenty. We broke up twice. Okay yeah removed very care during this interview but probably not as it happens all the time. Okay what little breakup gut but we wake up every night. Just about this struggle but may listens fun. I want to get some context of both of you guys. And so i. I wanna go all the way back. Because i've heard working out with betsy about your childhoods but i wanna start with your child so maybe betsy you start and then john you can tell us about your childhood sure to get really specific so so yeah i was born in waukegan illinois if anyone does it know that it. It's a little a little suburb with a big suburb of chicago. It's on lake michigan and it is a factory town. My parents were born in latin america. Their parents were immigrants were armenian by ethnicity but were very american. We never liked gut clannish. I don't know i. There's no other way to describe it but there were probably fifty armenian families back then. So yeah and though i have Four siblings so there were five of us and we are one year apart and there were three boys and two girls while madaba busy busy. Mom and dad really didn't like each other that much but they liked having sex. I think they ended up getting divorced after we were all raised. Twenty four years later bought three brothers. I learned how to be tough. I learned to be funny. I was a tomboy. I learned sports but i think i loved still loved being girly and fashion for shirt.
Pokemon community divided over Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl’s graphics
"Pok mon everywhere. It's focus on the first. One is the pokemon legends. Look at all. This is legend arkadiusz. Our our kids. Yes and it's an open world. Rpg that we've been driver out for as. Tom said ten years fifteen years easy ever since the game cube came out. I would say like pokemon stadium. i think. Yeah that's what. I'm saying like the first three games came out and that wasn't like immediately after red blue. Yeah we five years. It's only been twenty five years guys. Yeah that's only been twenty four years. It's it's a free cau- to every single pokemon game that's ever happened in the snow and the snow snow area. You're getting these steam punk wooden proto balls. They're called to catch pokemon and you're literally out there in the grass sneaking up on pok mon two toss and catch. That'll be fine and then the one. I'm very excited for as well as we're getting a remake of diamond and pearl called brilliant diamond and shining shiny shiny. Is it shining shining pearl. Thank you which. I was in the digital green room talking about how. That's probably i mean. Obviously red and blue pave the way. But man i spent i think i sold my parole game somewhere. There's like four hundred five hundred plus hours on that on a little game. So i'm going to be getting that day one. I'm a pearl guy all day. I love me that pollock but it looks really cool. I want to add one. Quick thing about pok mon arcus and i made it apparent on social media all mad that jif is pronounced jeff. I'm still mad. That arche is is arthritis. I can see. That's it's but. I will say that game. I think is going to live and die by. It's how well you move in the area the poco on catch ability and the battle system. If one of those things are not good. Well it looks like it's still turn based battles which is fine but and like if it doesn't look great it's going to be really boring and stale. Yeah and showed a showed in the video showed a pokemon using what looked like tackle. They're actually hitting each other now. Which is like we haven't well. Yeah that's what. i'm saying. The battle animation. If the battle is just gonna be really boring. That's that's what a lot of hardcore poem on like fans get upset with the newer games because the battle emmissions. Don't get better when you have games like pauken tournament. And you're like you do this you can do it. Yeah excited for those coming to the switch Signed me up for both but man pearl my heart. Strings were plucked. When i saw that. I zoom in on the old they zoom in on the original and then it starts up with that like loading. Obviously i've seen that screen for five hundred hours and it was just like it's
Elon Musk - The Man Behind Tesla and SpaceX
"Well who's elon. Musk well if you don't know you're gonna find out right now. There is so much news internet entertainment on ilan mosque. And i want to tell you that this is only the basics of aeon. Musk who he is. There is plenty to find out about him. I will leave some of the links and the show notes. So don't forget to look but who is elon. Musk and how does he lawns story began. Well he is a visionary entrepreneur and the co founder of paypal and tesla motors as well as the founder of the new space x program which is very popular to day his astounding success has given rise to comparisons to the uniqueness of howard hughes and the tenacity of a henry ford but he did have an often difficult childhood like most of us kids his own age made fun of him from his own descriptions the years were lonely and brutal alon is quoted as saying they got my best friend to lure me out of hiding so they could beat me up and that hurt. That's when i realized that they were going to go after me non stop. That's what made growing up difficult for a number of years. There was no respite. You get chased around by gangs. These gangs tried to beat the insert. Swearword here out of me. And then i'd come home and it would just be awful there as well but not all was wasted. This difficulty cultivated itself into a relentless work ethic a never ending tenacious vision of the future. You see enron was born and raised in south africa and he spent some time in canada before finally moving to the united states thin and the united states. He was educated at the university of pennsylvania. A very good school majoring in physics. That's when ilan started to excel and experiment to soon. Become a serial tech entrepreneur with early successes like zip to an x dot com. He took on two majors at the university of pennsylvania but his time there wasn't all work with a fellow student. He bought a tin bedroom fraternity house which they used as an ad hoc nightclub will. Musk graduated with a bachelor of science and physics at all as a bachelor of arts in economics from the wharton school for ilan. Physics made the deepest impression. He is again quoted as saying and somewhat giving directions to boiling things down to their fundamental truths and reason up from their. Musk was twenty four years old when he moved to california to pursue at phd in applied physics at stanford university with the internet. Exploding in silicon valley booming. Musk had entrepreneurial visions on his mind and dropped out of the physics program just after two days but in two thousand and four. Musk joined to engineers to help. Run tesla motors. You've all heard of tesla motors right. Well this is where. Musk was integral and designing the first electric car. There's no doubt the electric car is the car of the future. But his first car the he designed was the tesla roadster as we are all aware of the tesla has become one of the world's most popular and coveted car brands and is still growing in popularity in the united states and in many different countries tesla and the electric car are taking over but we must never forget about musk's early interest in reading philosophy science fiction and fantasy novels and how that played a big role. I mean a huge role in the inventor that he is today. It is reflected in his sense of idealism and concern with human progress. He aims to work in the areas he has identified as crucial to our future specifically the internet. The transition to renewable energy sources and space colonization and. Ilan has been all over the media. Making three podcast episodes on the joe rogan experience while the first one in which he smoked. Marijuana was pretty funny but in a maximum article. I found this elon. Musk's third appearance on the joe rogan. Experience podcast the genius. Tesla and spacex. Ceo did reveal intriguing plans for a floating tesla. Musk revealed that the long awaited second generation tesla roadster could have a space x package that would allow it to hover at a limited altitude above the ground. Something that we have never seen before with all these new inventions floating around. Is it any wonder why everyone is watching. And curious about ilan's next big thing. Well at tesla fans are awaiting the cyber truck which will make an appearance at the end of twenty twenty one and the exciting numbers are in for ilan's wealth elon. Musk started twenty twenty with a worth of about twenty seven billion dollars and was barely in the top fifty richest people then in july of twenty twenty. Musk past warren buffett. The great billionaire to become the seventh richest person in november. Musk raced past bill gates to become the second richest person. Musk has gained more wealth over the past twelve months then gates his entire net worth of one hundred and thirty two billion dollars and according to cnbc elon. Musk just became the richest person in the world. With a net worth of more than one hundred and eighty five billion dollars alone recently had a new marker for his wealth and that is so cool because of all his inventions and his time spent caring and wanting the united states and the world to move ahead has made a name for himself. There is no doubt an increase in tesla's share price pushed. Musk past jeff bezos of amazon. Who had been the richest person since two thousand seventeen. You see musk's wealth surge over. The past year marks the fastest rise to the top of the rich list and history but why because he is investing in the future. It marks a dramatic financial turnaround for the famed entrepreneur. Because he cares about what happens in our future so with all his wealth experimentation and knowledge elon. Musk is our future and for those. That are young enough to dream about being an elon. Musk it must start with your curiosity with reading and learning more and more about new and different things and that i want for you and your children now and in the future.
Finding the One (Therapist Who Gets You)
"Hi my name is era. I am twenty four years old and am from texas a small town in texas. So i hadn't really talked about therapy danny body or heard about their p for the most part because it's not something that was discussed in my family or at my school with my peers. There's such a stigma around in the black community is not something that i thought i'd ever need until i got to college. And so once. I went to college and i started struggling a little bit especially since i went to. Ap w i primarily why institution. I felt pretty isolated. And eventually i decided i e. I need to do something about this. Some of the things that i wanted to talk about specifically dealt with me being a black woman. And that's something that's hard to talk about with people. Who don that experience directly. Czar barnes executive editor. Here itself has written a lot about mental health in general and mental health black people specifically so when care wrote to us i was like i have talked is are we work together but we've never actually interviewed each other before so this is a new milestone zarin. I talk basically all day every day. Not in this context though pretty much constantly slacking constantly getting on zooms. But i'm excited to do this. Which is a little different for us back in june. Sarah wrote this incredible article. Forty four mental health resources for black people trying to survive. In this country there are list of people and organizations to follow directories and her own words of encouragement and support. Let's tell the story from the beginning like what was happening that week. That made you decide. I have to write this. I mean it was just the constant flood of honestly traumatizing news about violence against black people. In this country this was right around the time. When the protests about george floyd stuff were really kicking off in earnest and in my role as the journalist over multiple years. I've had to cover news while also having a lot of feelings about the news but it has never been this intense for me as it was that week zara knew that if she was having a hard time finding mental health resources for herself and her friends after all her years of reporting on this. She probably wasn't alone. She wanted to do something to help. Change that. And to normalize the conversation. There still so much stigma when it comes to talking about health in our society in general. But there's also a very specific stigma that can come with talking about having a hard time with mental health black person we've talked about the strong black woman trope a lot at self. That was a big part of our cover story with trudgy p. Henson the idea that black women are kind of supernatural strong and we can handle anything and we don't suffer and we never have a hard time there is a corresponding trope for black men. And even though i feel like people have done a lot to break down those barriers culturally. There still is just this pervasive idea. That having a mental health issue as a black person is first of all not something that happens. And second of all if you're dealing with it it means you're abnormal or your weak or something's wrong with you and you need to hide what you're going through and i feel really proud when i even look at the headline of the story. Forty four mental health resources for black people trying to survive in this country. Because i feel like it sends a couple of messages it first of all says if you are just simply trying to survive day to day as a black person that's completely valid and that's a worthwhile goal and then it also says there are all these mental health resources so you cannot be the only person going through this. There are not forty four mental health resources just for you. it's for everyone. it's because there are so many of us also dealing with us in her reporting zara focuses a lot on barriers to accessing mental health. Care the things that get in the way of people getting the help that they need and one of those barriers is the stigma as she says but there are other major stomach barriers to being able to access. mental health. services is such a tremendous privilege. I mean first of all you have the cost even if you have insurance absolutely adds up. I've seen a lot of people talk about having to see their therapist once a month instead of once a week because even their co pay is simply not affordable for them and dot is a travesty. At the cost of it is especially the fact that so many therapists don't accept insurance so that adds an additional barrier.
Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash
"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until you know certainly wasn't fixed a thirty day curated took me a few years therapy Few years of mentorship
Interview With Jeff Nash ON Creating Community
"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until
"twenty four years" Discussed on Z104
"A twenty four year in today's easy on the Z. and we have our first celebrity that has passed away from it plus what is Alex Trebek sound like doing Lizzo a not good Michael those but it was done everything okay okay to the extent most of the guys black I like every I I think I mean I learned it down to Mexico the description to the extent once in a while Alex Trebek.
"twenty four years" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For twenty four years with the Racine police department. He leaves behind two children. The department says that officer Hetland was highly respected. And he also served as a field training. Officers department announcing his death has a line of duty death because Hetland stepped into action despite being. Off duty Chicago. Police are questioning a man in last night shooting that injured three C T a bus passengers including two teenagers transported from the university of Chicago. Those were both the eighteen year olds, the fifty nine year old male went to Saint Bernard hospital. He he was getting by. ESPN Chicago police. Sergeant Rocco Leo. He took himself to Saint Bernard. Apparently in stable condition, there's you read the officers say the teens are at university of Chicago medical center, man is in critical condition. The woman is in serious condition. Investigators with the F, B I cannot cooperate Brent Christian since claim that he killed twelve people before ducting and murdering a Chinese scholar and aged testified yesterday Christians trial that there is no evidence so far that yingying Zhang was the defendants thirteen victim on a recording plate for juries on Friday, Christian since tells his then girlfriend that Jiang was his thirteenth victim. The agent testified that decline isn't completely impossible, you may have noticed a lot of mosquitoes nearby state public health spokesperson Melanie Arnold. Seeing a lot more mosquitoes, but they're typically floodwater or what we call nuisance mosquitoes, and generally, they do not carry disease. They are kind of like their name think they're more or less than nuisance. And she says the best way to protect yourself is to stay inside at dusk, and dawn. When mosquitoes are most active, and where long light colored clothes if possible insect? Repellents also containing deet also helpful to fight mosquitoes. Officials have the KENDALL county, Republican party are condemning party, volunteer who allegedly gave a Nazi salute to congresswoman Loren under word Underwood and other Democrats as they passed a parade float. The volunteer was on men reportedly also shouted Sieg. Heil Sunday during us, we goes prairie fest parade former county GOP chairman, James, martyr plans to challenge Underwood in two thousand twenty for the fourteenth congressional district seat..
"twenty four years" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"That means prosecutors are recommending what is in effect a natural life sentence for Paul Manafort. You will recall that there is no parole in the federal prison system. So nineteen to twenty four years. We're going to get to that Manafort situation in a little more detail in a second. But the sentencing recommendation from these prosecutors, it not only spells out what they're hoping to get from the judge in Virginia in terms of manafort's sentence. What's interesting about it? What's worth taking a closer look at in terms of the prosecutors memo tonight is that they also in making this case to the judge. They summarize what they believed to have been manafort's crimes and their seriousness, and whether or not he's done other things on top of those crimes that mean that he should have even more of the book thrown at him. So it is worth looking at that in detail. And we're going to get there in just a moment before we do that though, we shouldn't let the magnitude of what just happened with the president's campaign chair. We shouldn't let that push aside. A couple of other really important things that happened today before we got the Manafort sentencing memo, so there's a couple of things that basically got ripened fell off the tree today when it comes to two other cases that derive from Muller's investigation. And the first one is about Roger stone. President Trump's longtime adviser he was arrested at his home in Florida three weeks ago today, Mr. stone has pled not guilty to seven felony charges. He says he wants to go to trial. He says he is innocent of everything he has been charged with but one of the interesting things about Roger stone's indictment right from the get-go was that on the front page of that indictment. Prosecutors notified the court that they considered his case to have a sibling they considered his case to be formally legally related to this other case that has this case number that you see here. Eighteen CR two fifteen. That case is the molar indictment of dozen Russian military intelligence officers that case is the GRU indictment. One of the core. Indictments of Muller's investigation was that GRU indictment from last year in that indictment.
NBA Trade Deadline
"Yeah. Mine is twenty two hours to the deadline for trade. Everybody's moving further away from the product of the bench and the Sixers got themselves a five and the rafters might have Kyle Lowry situation. Also feast your eyes on the us new putter twenty four year old promotes drill. Yup. Let go. Best holders twenty four his by. Get all that tad or older than his TV. Let's start with Tobias Harris to Philadelphia. Sixers get it near all star LSD. It's two picks said Landry Wilson and a Mike. We haven't Israel with us is this a figure deal for the Sixers or clippers. Well, because the question demands an answer I'll say the Sixers, but if you look at the clippers situation, obviously with getting a lot of free agents of cap space here available and if they end up not making the playoffs get to hold onto that twenty nineteen draft pick of theirs. It's obviously for the future. But for the Sixers it's right now. And this is exactly what teams that are close want. Their teams to do you go all in and Elton brand clearly did that with Jimmy Butler trade. And now this one I still question whether they can be the obvious top team in the east you want you have more town than that starting five, but your depth is diminished. And I don't know how much more Tobias Harris can give you when you're running stuff for Embiid and Riddick and Simmons and Butler already. But if I'm the Sixers fan, again, you're already that committed you might as well, go all in Lynton Yates, also. Well, it's about is a forty plus percent three point shooter. So he can give you that. However, the issue is that he's on expiring contract. So of this isn't at the top, you know, if this doesn't move the Sixers to the top will then it's a bad gamble, which is why I think ultimately the clippers probably win this because they've got everything they've needed in this situation. We're coop. Recouping all those players and picks is what you have to do in order for the clippers to improve. That's not always easy to pull off and actually get value back in terms device harassed. But right now, I think is he's right. If the Sixers can make it to the finals, this is justified whether or not you bring devised backing up, Bob, ruin your view of it. For the record. They just picked up one of the best kept secrets in the league. Most people do not know how good Tobias Harris is or that. He's averaging twenty two game but shooting forty three percent from the floor. They do points. Now, they they chlorate yet. They're the winner right now because they are now assembled one of the three or four best starting fives in the league. They're going for it it being getting to the finals. I don't know the day of deluded themselves to think that this team will beat the warriors when they get there. But I don't think they certainly think they can now beat the raptors the bucks and the Celtics with this team, and they may very well be right. So it's all about now for them. And as far as the clippers concerns over conjecture, sarahspain you. Yeah. The temptation is to go with the burden. The hand is better than two in the Bush and say this is all about the Sixers because as Bob Ryan said they've got one of the best starting five now and talent wise there as believable as anybody in the east to get the number one seed and go to the finals that being said, it's actually a bigger deal for the clippers because we already had the Sixers as one of the best teams in the east and with the potential to. Compete the clippers have now established themselves and very clearly made the moves that are necessary to say, we are a destination for two max super free agents in this off season. And that's a big change from where they were before. And what we expect it out of them. So it's a bigger deal for Ellen. I want to address it in second. But real quick since Bob said Philly's got a top two or three starting five in the NBA.
"twenty four years" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"A few months before all this everything was different. Actually, it was twenty four years old. She was in love with a goofy sweet boyfriend, Brad. She described him as a way better person than she will ever be kind Moyal morals galore, actually Brett's first girlfriend, and he was so into Harbour I used to live by these railroad tracks. So we go for brunch or something we put coins on the track going eight and then come back in search for our squished coins than then for Valentine's Day, we just wanted to be just the two of us went over to his house, and he made me this delicious home-made pot roast and any enemy this team yellow box and sick, what has that? And I opened it and he had gone in my coin purse and grabbed the smush coins and had them turned into a neck. Klis and. It was just so thoughtful in creative. And I mean for Christmas that year he had memorized, my cat's face a little bit at a time gone home and painted what he memorized for the day. And then for Christmas. Give me this beautiful painting of my cat that he painted from memory over the course of four months. Does that? And I think it's just important for our listeners to remember. This is like two thousand six it's Malecki at night phone talk. You could like. Can even send tax messages like this is simply phones. But yeah, yeah. It was flip phone. Love is so weird. Love is painting a cat portrait for memory. That's that's weird end. Love. That is perfect. That is love love is hope love is promise and potential. It's the idea that the best is here and the best is also yet to come. I think I propose to him about three months into our relationship. And he was like, you know, my parents would kill me if I got engaged right now after we've only been together for three months and. I'm eat. He sa- tell me like you're all I've ever wanted in an anybody like.
"twenty four years" Discussed on Z100
"Twenty four years after for the love of strange medicine. Steve Perry's third studio album, traces is out its lead single Noah rayson landed in the adult contemporary top twenty. This week's iheartradio new release rundown. Iheartradio top trending songs kicking. Things off is Selena Gomez. She's still a little perplexed by the Bieber Bob when marriage while holding onto the number five spot with back to you know, I go back. Post Malone drops back to positions this week. The twenty three year olds track better. Now takes fourth place. Landing at number three again. It's maroon five from their sixth studio album. It's girls like you, featuring Cardi B. Harmony star money says her first solo release should be coming very soon. Here. She is with Khalid. Love lies is it number two. And finally five seconds of summer climb their way up to the top. The Australian band has your number one song with young blood. That's your iheartradio top trending songs on iheartradio. Call two one two three seven seven seven seven five seven tells twenty four seven I'm Bernie fighter with total traffic on one hundred. This report is brought to you by Amazon.
"twenty four years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"She's struggling and she's been dealing with illness for twenty four years. You know, she never once complained. What about me what about me LA people do that she'd never once complained? She just worried about her kids and her family, and that's a special as especially woman, you know, to combat that that disease and to. To fight ahead on five times. Unbelievable. But that had to be you can take us back to when you're young seventeen year olds sitting there that had to be the meeting of two unbelievable personalities when she got together. Yes. She wanted to see you want it, whatever I want, and I wanted to go to Nebraska, only because of selfish reasons Nebraska had won many championships. And in my mind. I was like, ooh. Chance. Get four rings. Oh. I take visit there, and it has said to myself. There's no way you can go to. So I come back, and I talked to my family and everything and coach MAC in coast Burnett. They start recruiting me harder. I'll never forget they come to my high school and I'm sitting in on the football field and right around the track. Coz MAC, walks up, and he calls my name. I have about six or seven my my teammates. Daria. And we all look up. We see coach MAC tan pants, a black blazer in dark sunglasses and everybody took off running to me. Undercover police. In trouble. So.
"twenty four years" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"You can put us right on your home screen and you will never miss a show. And right now is a really good time to subscribe because you guys. This show is gonna post on the Sunday of San Diego. Comic con twenty eighteen gig. Where there's gonna be tons of great shit, and we're not going to be talking about about the fucking movie from twenty four years ago on this episode. But there's a reason to show comes out on Sunday San Diego's done on Sunday subscribe right now because there may be little bonus media persona in the middle of the week guitar. Just for you are seem eagle Comecon news rundown. It's always lots of fun to talk about this. We have all the news. Yeah, we gotta wait. The stuff comes out, but bonus episode this week basically subscribe. Now, check out all the back shows and you will get a bonus episode very exciting. So like I said, we talking about the crow, but before that there's a little bit of breaking news. Heard that we must discuss that bro survey because we're recording this Friday July. Twentieth correct. Hit the fan. I initially I was gonna keep the show evergreen crow, you talk a little bit about g fest that we went to, but holy shit. This is crazy. I'm just going to read the article from deadline. The headline James gun fired from guardians of the galaxy franchise over offensive tweets. James has been removed as director of the guardians of the series. After a batch of old social media dispatches were unearth that touch on areas like pedophilia and rape in the latest shocking hashtag me to development in the entertainment industry gun with severed from the marvel comics universe after a slew social media posts, he wrote before getting guardians of the galaxy surfaced. According to Fox News, they were posted because gun is an outspoken critic of President, Donald Trump, the effort was to knock him down a few pegs. So holy crap. I'm not gonna read these tweets because like forty years from now, someone will probably isolate the. Audio and then fucking get me in trouble. 'cause I said it. So I'll put a link of the show. You could read the treats these tweets are from the tree. The tree treats for gun right now, they're from two thousand two thousand and eight to two thousand eleven. So we're talking eight to ten year old tweets and really this whole thing started because he was getting some, right? All right. Wing pundits med and then com right wing commentator. The most ironic. Politically correct liberal left media on these that. Basically revenge. It's like you went after Trump. Yup. And acting like your shit don't stink. And then all of a sudden someone sits there and finds out that your shit does stink you a little bit. It's up in Trump take down right commentator, Mike. It's funny because the. I'm not gonna say they what? Stereotypically right wingers are against being politically correct, and they're the ones that unearthed these unpeaceful it's happening now. That's what's happening they. They went after Roseanne. Got her fired off the show on the Disney, you know, Disney owned property, but isn't she right wing Roseanne. No, but that this is a response to that. Yeah. Oh, Roseanne. She said something stupid. When your guy say this is three. Gang warfare. Man, of course, Disney responded quickly. They, they're going to distance himself from this gun is never gonna work for Disney. Well, okay. So they said the offensive attitudes statements discovered on James, Twitter feed are indefensible and inconsistent. With our studios values, we have severed our business relationships with them to which I say, dizzy. These tweets were sitting there for ten years noti Romeo and Juliet gun did. Yeah. He was directing trauma films. There's so much to unpack. I know let let me let me so I have Disney. I mean, I guess they had to do this. I don't know. There's two things though either they didn't do do diligence when they hired him. Right, right. Or was a different place when they hired it. Right, right. But if they ran fathered in, if they're going with this standard of, we need to let him go because he tweeted us than they never did their due diligence because either that or they knew about the tweets and they just like whatever doesn't matter. Right..
"twenty four years" Discussed on Masters in Business
"Twenty four years without feeling really good about what we're trying to ccomplish and back to my story of meeting dan the first time as i think we've been on a mission i think the nisshin has been about delivering the right client experience and doing good way we've never been worried about goals or getting to a certain size as always been about hey if we do the right thing do it well the success or size whatever might come from it is going to happen on his own and it's sort of the john wooden analogy which is just you know if you prepare yourself you tell your shoes you work on certain things and then you go into the game and the expectations are gonna win but if you don't win it's okay because you prepared yourself you've done as best you can you worked hard at it and and you delivered what you what you said you were going to deliver and i think somewhere along our interview i should disclose my firm manages assets and we are also dimensional client so i'm very familiar with both your process your portfolio's and your culture but i want to make sure that that is out there so people understand this you mentioned david booth in public he is a sort of quiet reflective person but i've i've interviewed him i've had lunch with him i get the sense that internally in dimensional he's a little more of a boisterous chairman what what's it like working with him is great i've worked with them now for twenty four years and he's a he's a super guy you know he's a very modest guy when we talk about even our body of work and the fact that dimensions had this portfolio out there for thirty six years in south perform the the benchmark by one hundred forty basis points for thirty six years you know those types of things we haven't necessarily talked about quite often enough in my view i think you know the idea of competence in our body work i think those are things that i think it'd be elevated from dimensional perspective david zaveri modest guy he's super very strategic he he's he makes great business calls very very quickly so i've been around him long enough to know when david makes a comment about a particular business situation his insights are are very very good and they usually are very very right so he's a great voice to have he's a he's a great person to have around i'd also give him credit i used some of his kind of views on management and how people react he's he's he's definitely a macro manager so he's he's willing to give people a chance i e gerard myself delegated to you guys and let you carry the ball he'll he'll.
"twenty four years" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And i was married for twenty four years in a time on my divorce my kids are all over eighteen years old which is about four years ago the court order that i pay four hundred fifty dollars a month in spousal support and my wife ex wife has been living with a man for that time and my question is can have that removed not really it's lifetime support i'm assuming after twenty four years yeah really doesn't doesn't really matter that she's been living with a man or not living a man probably the divorce decrease has until she gets married and what ends up happening is you just never get married if there's a substantial amount of support for example no one ever gets married and but there isn't four hundred fifty dollars a month is nothing no i know but it's a there is a presumption when i've talked to another attorney in the presumption that the he's supporting her i think change of terms is going to be a little bit difficult and it's a presumption that he's supporting her i don't even know what you can't come in with a presumption that'd be good part.
"twenty four years" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Know what this doesn't work all right bill hello bill hi bill my question is regarding spousal support small claims court and and i was married for twenty four years in a time on my divorce my kids are all over eighteen years old which is about four years ago the court order that i pay four hundred fifty dollars a month at spousal support in my wife ex wife has been living with a man for that time and my question is can have that removed not really it's lifetime support i'm assuming after twenty four years yeah it really doesn't doesn't really matter that she's been living with a man or not living a man probably the divorce decrease has until she gets married and what ends up happening is you just never get married if there's a substantial amount of support for example no one ever gets married and but there isn't four hundred fifty dollars a month is nothing no i know but it's i i assume that there is a presumption when i've tried to another turney and they said there was a presumption that the he's supporting her the change of terms is going to be a little bit difficult and it's the presumption that he's supporting her i don't even know what you you can't come in with a presumption that doesn't make any sense it really doesn't so no i think you're done you're going to be paying your four hundred fifty dollars a month for the rest of her life and well probably your life to because when you die there isn't really a whole lot of money to pay michael yes yes i have a question my mother passed away she had a living trust now the d two needs to be transferred from parent to child now it has to be transferred from the trust to the child name.
"twenty four years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"App twenty four years after the murder of nicole brown simpson and ron goldman where hearing oj simpson's hypothetical account a what might have happened cbs zamari green reports on a previously unseen two thousand six interview that aired on fox last night biden over frac mrs one store gagua it on simpson was acquitted of the murders the two thousand six interview between simpson and publisher judith regan never aired because of public criticism the shows executive producer says simpson's description of what might have happened is suspicious when she us both closes i do remember juror putting putting those in a bag yeah i do remember leaving my wallet he doesn't say hypothetically i could have put the clothes and our hypothetically i could he like kind of goes in and out of his senses a new york the interview was originally down as part of a promotion for simpson's book if i did it although simpson was acquitted of the murders and 1995 who was later found liable of their deaths in civil court police are searching for a robbery suspect who held up a market basket employee and method surveillance video shows a man approaching the courtesy booth holding what appears to be a gun he demanded cash and threatened to shoot the employee if she did not comply the cashier handed over money and the robber fled the suspect is described as a hispanic male five five with fm build and wavy hair anyone with information is asked to contact method when police entered the me not be done with us added another storm on the horizon another no easters any norway lot more rain snow and strong winds their region windsor her the going to pick up causing blizzard conditions that ties winter storm will bring more untold weather watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time 653 traffic and weather together.
"twenty four years" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Manufacturers here in the united states and the trend lines when it comes to installations here the united state so the the big number is thirty percent tariffs but that's only near one it declines from their twenty four years and the first half gigawatt that are imported are exempt so it seems it could really big headline number right local of further it's not as big a dent which has degrees in while others all companies in the us today have done pretty well as davis saying earlier because the market price then heavier karasin actually work so there's punch to these tariffs but not as heavy so to answer your question about like you know cost and uh it it will hurt but it's going to be more of leg of these thing though punch found fourpunch how much of us ciller made components get sold globally do we sell a to us manufacturer salat some at saudi not we do more like a poly silicon um book a big part of his whole equation is that after the us imposed duties on imported goods from china and taiwan under obama china responded about quitting tariffs on us public silicon so that part of this huge equation where it's like now we have like tooling tariffs that's a really i think smart thing to point out because it's no longer like is it vertical manufacturers at that we have everything we need to make something right i mean we see that with the auto world right when you try to look at nafta as a trade agreement there is pieces that come from mexico and and they're made of the united states maybe they go back to mexico i mean that's kind of how things happen a lot in terms of global manufacturing yeah totally the us is good doing while parts of this of the lyon we're going to put an powell's together in the end but like most of the manufacturing happens abroad but like there are so many jobs titus solar today and there are other parts of the develop proposition um and it's installation it's development it's.
"twenty four years" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Have a job this summer well allow the unemployment rate was low the pool may have been even lower eric morath of the wall street journal is here with that story eric what are some of the numbers on team jobs what we found that the youth unemployment rate the unemployment rate for those between fifteen and twenty four years old fouled aqua can radically from a year ago to reach the lowest level since 1950 nine in july although it has been made in almost half century adamant easier to find a summer job done the bummer but but you're right the big caveat with that very odd you a king are interested in working relative to the to the past offer though came to nineteen car your typical high school age hid a less than half you wanted former job uh for those that are more empowered here a closer to about three quarters uh are seeking compared with over one of that but at wall down from decades past uh as well uh when they with the norm that someone in inchoate cure someone who graduated high school with seeking employment whether it was a huge job or a year round job now eric for decades probably older folks have said young people don't want to do anything there are lazy is this really something new that kids today really aren't wanting to work well i mean it definitely king uh quite a bit of dr king during the most recent recession we saw a big drop off their so i'm not sure that that reflect with king are and leave the but i think that they saw a lack of opportunity what happened hearing the recession when uh older american who had established career lost those job and they ruined pick anything out they had mortgage payments to make an and other thing who on route line so basically two competing with younger people for you know a feasible job for job.
"twenty four years" Discussed on Human Race
"So in that interview he admitted he was an alcoholic no doubt that helped him get the job and when he got it he moved from north carolina to dallas prince kids really admire their dad they admire his dedication to running and also his dedication to his work here's amanda in algiers feerick choi marvellous carson he though quick have forgive and he he though rubbing you know because even if my brother and i and that we talking i always think heaven that i feel so what p and i feel very grateful to have the type of data i did because when we were little it's like he never put any one on a pedestal he really taught my brother and i it's like you look at the spirit the person's and you look at their actions and you look at the way that they make people feel and my dad always if anything from his raunchy jokes too you know his laugh he always wanted people could be happy around two 'em so it's easy to love him amanda likes to picture him now running in the morning with a pack of wild dogs just enjoying being out there no more blaring walkman or punishment because brent has now entered the third season of his running so the first season was fitness the second was survival or penance and actually that second season it less it for a long time after he got sober so brent was no longer hung over every morning but he still felt lake hard in brutal was the mode of running that he deserved.
"twenty four years" Discussed on Human Race
"The start on new dr this rachel be gale visits might fairly flood she's interview me every time he by interview him because always interview on us that's right you tell again there's a lot of sharing through their recovery process and british really good at telling his story because he's had to tell it a lot i during his recovery and now's the kinda way to relate to the other people struggling with their addiction brent lost a lot to alcoholism but he considers himself lucky he grew up in the middle class home he went to college maintained a good job kept up an impressive running streak and had people he loved rooting for his sobriety i you know i did this to myself these most these guys out here third they're using drugs or drinking with their parents at a very early can you imagine twelve years old shoot up i mean when these guys share their stories in then that topple with a lot of these guys with sexual abuse it's like no wonder why he's a heroin addict you know in so it's very easy for us people middle class to judge other people by guarantee you what would happen if your mom shot up heroin your show peril you're gonna see how it added i'm one of the walls of the main meaning hall brand has this sort of picture collage of people who've been through seoul's harbor who also died because of their addiction it's a reminder to the residence that life is fragile and being there and sticking to the program is really important like life or death important.
"twenty four years" Discussed on Human Race
"Perverse balance here's the thing heavy alcohol consumption is bad for the brain and body we all know this it negatively affects everything from your cardiovascular system to your liver to your brain centers for executive functioning it can cause widespread inflammation and oxidative stress the extent of which scientists still don't fully understand but we're definitely talking about damaging neurons which may be associated with diminished ability to weigh risky decisions on impulse control down the line inflammation may be related to alcoholic liver disease stroke and a slew of other serious health problems but exercise can mitigate some of those affects running strengthens your cardiovascular system in increasing evidence suggests that in might also be able to protect the neurons in your brain it's like an erase the damage of heavy alcohol consumption but it can reduce alcohols negative impact furthermore brent believes that without running he would have lost his job and maybe everything else in alcoholic will carry the oder with them at work well if run sixty miles you can smell anything you've sweated that stuff out run sweat out the alcohol work drink run sweat out the alcohol work drink it was a fragile balance but most of the time at work brent believed that he was in control until he wasn't one eight brent was driving home from a bar when a police officer pulled him over he was charged with a dwi that's driving while intoxicated i got picked up two o'clock in the war when the boers closed in.
"twenty four years" Discussed on Human Race
"Analogues are just filled with lots of little stories like this one every day he runs he writes down the date course time on the road distance his weight the weather and some quick notes about their run ran with boomer and mudslide burma slot over mike dogs hunk i used to rob with four don't score observations about the weather how he performed like awesome sunrise or ran fast looking through these logs it feels like looking through an old photo album they give brent a clear sense of joy of pride and they're a peek into his own complicated history who he was a different points in his life and just how far he's come and so on this entry you said that the distance eight miles and then distance three mile seeded iran were wife and her him twice but you'd an email run and then a three mile this and what i do is all this is part of my regiment are buy gold said my goal setting if you went through these laws you know what the the weekend this is always forty months forty miles forty miles right so i'm very river and very methodical very regimented amadou forty months so you know what i do is i run more on monday and tuesday to get it over with and then on the weekends i i just do casual root brent is the kind of guy who does not believe in the news button when he sets a goal you better believe he's going to achieve at and no entry is a better example than march thirteen thirteenth of this year oh yes there were no twentyfour years running every day so and i usually i'm surprised me the entry for that okay so i did two a day the windshield was forty nine degrees as drizzly now that was in the morning and i also take the temperature the afternoon so much thirteenth nineteennineties three signed brett decided that he would run at least five k that's three point one miles every day.