35 Burst results for "William I"

Celtics lose Jaylen Brown, hold on to beat Sixers 106-99

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 19 min ago

Celtics lose Jaylen Brown, hold on to beat Sixers 106-99

"The shorthanded Celtics won for the fourth time in 5 games by outlasting the 76ers one O 6 99. Malcolm Brogdon and Derek white each scored 19 points for the seltzer who played without starters Marcus smart, Robert Williams the third and Al Horford, Boston also was without jaylen Brown for the second half after he suffered a facial contusion in a collision with Jayson Tatum. Blake Griffin started and hit 5 three pointers to finish with 15 points. Tatum had a 12 points and 9 assists with 8 rebounds. Joel embiid had 28 points and James Harden 26 for the sixers. I'm Dave ferry.

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Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy Discusses AT&T's Big Censorship Move

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:24 min | 20 hrs ago

Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy Discusses AT&T's Big Censorship Move

"Is a top 16 channel of all there's a couple of hundred cable channels they pay. We're top 16. We're top four and it was top 16 overall. So there's probably a hundred channels lower than us in the ratings. That they keep that have high fees, newsmax, they run around and take newsmax wanted an excessive fee. We wanted $1 per cable subscriber per year. It's one of the cheapest that CNN gets $14. What? For nothing. For nothing. Well, for liberal propaganda, but you have to remember AT&T's awoke company. You know, they were the ones that weaponized CNN against Trump and the Republicans when they owned it. The chairman of the AT&T board is William kennard. He was Obama's chairman and the FCC. There's a whole bunch of Obama Clinton people at the board. So that Alan Dershowitz is just set on newsmax on the website we have it today that this is a cover for political reasons. They're using economic. He said, this was political bias. This was ideology. There's no reason newsmax should have been deplatformed, but other than their cleaning up their channel guide for the 24 elections, they don't want people to have a voice that are dissenting from the liberal establishment.

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John Zmirack on the William F. Buckley-Pat Buchanan Relationship

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 23 hrs ago

John Zmirack on the William F. Buckley-Pat Buchanan Relationship

"Know what William F. Buckley thought of Buchanan because I loved Buckley, but I just wonder, were they friendly and maybe disagreed on some things or did Buckley have disdain for Pat Buchanan? They were friendly for a while and then it was sort of a crossroads in the 90s where Buckley basically had to decide is natural review going to continue to be a conservative magazine. I will be morph it into a neoconservative magazine. And for a while, when he retired, he appointed John O'sullivan to be the editor, and it was an authentically conservative magazine. For various reasons, it sort of murky behind the scenes, Buckley decided to fire Gino Sullivan and replace him with rich flowery, and the magazine became a neoconservative rag. To the point where I go entire months without remembering that national review even still exists. And I don't know anyone who reads it. I don't know anyone who takes it seriously. I never see the article shared anywhere. It seems to have as much interest as the daily worker has. But you're kind of you're skipping ahead because I don't know that we want to conflate the never Trump magazine of the latter latter years with what it was then. No, this is what it was turning into. But decided the magazine is going to go in a neoconservative direction. And he got rid of the more conservative traditional conservative people and he brought on people like Jonah Goldberg and David frum who would move it in that direction. And

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Benefactor’s Family Demands Refund From U. Richmond for Removing Name

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 1 d ago

Benefactor’s Family Demands Refund From U. Richmond for Removing Name

"So back to the university of Richmond. So the family had a choice here because typically nobody does anything. As a matter of fact, they normally just hide in the shadows. And they accept whatever's coming at them. But the good news here is that the Williams family has decided to fight back. Big time. This story from the college fix. That a sentence of mister TC Williams an early benefactor of the school, and by the way, the Williams family has given just boatloads of money. They are now demanding the university, pay back every single penny. But it doesn't stop there. They're also demanding 6% compounded interest over a 132 years. When you do the math on that, we're talking more than $51 million, the family of mister Williams is demanding. And by the way, that doesn't include all of the other gifts the family made to the university over the years. Rob Smith is mister Williams great, great grandson. He says, quote, moreover, it is not a form of fraud to induce money from a benefactor and then discredit the benefactor after he has long dead. Surely, the Williams family would not have given a penny to the university, knowing the university would later dishonor the family. The ethical and virtuous decision is clear. Return the money. You know, it seems to me they have to write fruit of the poison tree. I mean, how could the university of Richmond and good in good conscience actually have a law school that was built using money from someone they believed to be a slaveholder, even though the guy never raped, never had slaves.

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Bridges scores 25, leads Suns to 106-94 win over Celtics

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 d ago

Bridges scores 25, leads Suns to 106-94 win over Celtics

"Mikhail bridges scored 25 points as the sun's delta Celtics, their fourth loss in 6 games, one O 6 94. Sun's coach Monty Williams. We know how badly we felt the last time we played this team. They took it to us and so that helps you play with an appropriate fear. Of what could happen if you don't bring it. Daria, Sarah, had 14 points and 13 rebounds for Phoenix, while Chris Paul contributed 15 points, 8 assists and 6 rebounds. Jaylen Brown had 27 points and Jason Tatum 23 for the Celtics, but the pair shot just 33% from the field and 6 of 22 from three point range. I'm Dave ferry

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The Essence of Manhood With Stephen K. Bannon

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:57 min | 5 d ago

The Essence of Manhood With Stephen K. Bannon

"Let's talk about what it means to you to be a man. What is the essence of manhood? You've served this nation honorably in uniform. Here we have a picture of the naval officer Steve Bannon. You come from a good Irish Catholic family from Richmond, Virginia. I believe your dad was alignment. What is your definition? What are the non negotiables of being a man? I just think it's do your duty. You know, one thing I tell people about, I talk to a lot of young people about going into the military and because I say it's the best thing you'd ever do to serve your country. I know more, I know so many wealthy individuals in their 40s, 50s or 60s have really made in life and every time I talk to them, the one thing if they didn't do it was go and serve their country in that time period of your 20s when you have the opportunity to do it. So I talk to people. And when I talk to people, I say, look, the military is not an example. It's not Rambo, right? Rambo is a complete cartoon version of the military. The military, if you want to see the military, go watch 12 o'clock high. You know, a watch they were expendable with John Wayne and Robert Montgomery about taking off at a cricket door. These are individuals who are very quiet, very steadfast, very stoic, but understand what first principles are. And are prepared to make a stand and prepare to sacrifice whether that sacrifice is all the way up to their own life or their career or anything else. And that to me is very fortunate to have a father lived a hundred. He was just a blue collar working guy, but it's just that stoicism. And everything that goes with it. And so when you point to people, I say, if you want to see the version of that, you've got the William holdens. In bridge and the river quiet, you've got Gregory Peck in 12 o'clock high. These are examples that I always point out of people that are what I think is the real essence of masculinity. You don't have to be the tough guy walking into the bar like Rambo,

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Faculty Members at ASU Don’t Want Dennis to Speak There

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:55 min | 5 d ago

Faculty Members at ASU Don’t Want Dennis to Speak There

"Next Wednesday night, I am speaking on a panel at the Arizona state university. Not the at Arizona state university. So is it up at the IMV specific one here? It's all over the place. Oh, okay. Wow. Oh, I see you copied it over. That's right. All right, I'll just copy it over because and I am. It's the bottom line of an eye chart. So needless to say, members of the faculty of Arizona state university object to the fact that I will be coming and that Charlie Kirk will be there. And so here is the letter written by 35 members of the faculty of Arizona state university. We fear dean Williams. We the undersigned Barrett faculty Barrett is part of. What would you call it an institute within Arizona state university. We the undersigned Barrett faculty right to condemn the health wealth and happiness event, the TW Lewis center for personal development is scheduled to host on February 8th, 2023, and to express a vote of no confidence in the leadership of the Lewis center. We do not take this position lightly as that's a lie. They do take the position lightly because they have no heavyness in their charges. Virtually everything that they cite as you will see is taken from a radical left wing woke source that lied about me originally.

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The University That Removed the Name of a Donor From Its Building

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:16 min | 5 d ago

The University That Removed the Name of a Donor From Its Building

"Sometimes when you don't get what you paid for, you demand on a right to demand a refund. Now, the logic of the refund is that you have done the work you have provided the service you have, or you have paid your money. And yet what you paid your money for didn't come to you. And so you want your money back. Or as in the case of reparations, which is itself based on the same logic of the refund, but except in the case of reparations, you have the argument that is made by activists, sometimes black activists that are ancestors paid in the form of work. For which they were not paid, and therefore we, the descendants deserve to be to receive that payment belatedly admittedly, but this is why we are owed reparations. Pay me or pay my descendants for the work I did for which I was never compensated. Now, I thought of all this because of an article in red state. It's called university remove slave owning benefactor's name, his family demands the $51 million back. So here's the story. We're talking about a college that named its law school after a guy named TC Williams. So the college is the university. It's called Richmond college. And the law school was called the TC Williams school of law. But then, recently, in the, in the wake of the whole George Floyd business and the whole attempt to challenge our country's racist history, people went back, activists went back, and they found out that this guy TC Williams, well, he attended Richmond college. And in the 1840s, as it turned out, in the 1880s he became a trustee, he developed a very successful business, many different types of products, including as it turns out tobacco. And the activists who are doing their research seems to have found out that at one point his tobacco business owned 25 to 40 slaves.

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Cindy Williams, "Laverne & Shirley" actor, is dead at 75

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last week

Cindy Williams, "Laverne & Shirley" actor, is dead at 75

"Actor Cindy Williams of Laverne and Shirley has died in Los Angeles after a brief illness, according to her family, Williams was 75, a marches are a letter with a look at her career. One, two, three, four. Cindy Williams and penny Marshall had been a writing team when they were cast by Marshall's brother Garry Marshall for an episode of happy days. Their characters were such a hit, they were spun off as their own show. Laverne and Shirley ran from 1976 to 1983. Come on, Kurt, we can't be spending half the night chasing girls down for you. Williams also started in the 1973 film American Graffiti playing Ron

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Rielly scores first goal of season, Leafs down Capitals 5-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Rielly scores first goal of season, Leafs down Capitals 5-1

"Morgan rielly notched his first goal of the season and Ilya samsonov beat his former team as the Maple Leafs whip the capitals 5 one. Riley snapped a one one deadlock during the leafs four goal second period. Michael bunting tied it with a power play goal and William nylander and Peter Engvall at a goals in the second. Zach Aston resol scored at samsonov turned back 23 shots in his 6th consecutive start. Samsonov was perfect after Nick backstrom's power play goal late in the first period. Leafs captain John Tavares had two assists in his 1000th career game. I'm Dave ferry

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Barzal scores in OT, Islanders beat Golden Knights 2-1

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00:31 sec | Last week

Barzal scores in OT, Islanders beat Golden Knights 2-1

"Matt barzel and semyon varlamov sent the islanders to their second straight win since a 6 game skid, two one against the golden knights and overtime. Barzel scored the winner at four 28 of the extra session. Moments after varlamov stopped William Kerry a on a penalty shot. Barzel had just one point in his previous ten games. Varlamov made 44 saves as New York handed Vegas. It's fourth straight loss. Anders Lee opened the scoring in the second, but carrier tied it later in the period. Logan Thompson stopped 35 shots for the nights. I'm Dave ferry.

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Gilgeous-Alexander has 35, leads Thunder past Cavs 112-100

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00:33 sec | Last week

Gilgeous-Alexander has 35, leads Thunder past Cavs 112-100

"Shay Gil Jos Alexander reached the 30 point plateau for the fourth straight game while leading the thunder past the Cavaliers one 12 100. Gil just Alexander finished with 35 points on 12 of 21 shooting and added 8 assists in 5 rebounds. Jalen Williams furnished 17 points in Oklahoma City 6th win in 8 games. The thunder outscored the calf's 34 22 in the fourth quarter to win it. Darius Garland had 31 points and 13 assists for Cleveland, which played again without all star down of a Mitchell because of a groin injury. The Cavaliers shot just 8 of 29 from beyond the arc. I'm Dave ferry.

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Danielle D'Souza Gill Talks Prince Harry's New Book 'Spare'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Danielle D'Souza Gill Talks Prince Harry's New Book 'Spare'

"I'm back with Daniel d'souza gill author of the choice, the abortion divide in America, host of the show counterculture with Danielle d'souza gill. We're talking about the royal family and Harry prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It seems like the focus on these two characters has come mainly because of the Netflix special, which was a kind of revealing, although maybe not revealing in the way they intended interview series of interviews with Harry and Meghan Markle. And also Harry's new book spare, can you first of all, am I right in assuming that the title spare is an implication that Harry is referring to the fact that sort of his brother is the first in line. He's the real deal. He's the legitimate heir and Harry is kind of the spare? I mean, Harry makes some pretty wild accusations in his books fair, which is the only reason that it's apparently the number one selling book in the Guinness World Records beating Obama to sell the most number of copies in the first date was released. And it's not because he decided to share some childhood memories of playing in some kind of field in England. It's because he wanted to really spill a lot of tea on the British family. So some of the main accusations he made were. William and him got into a physical fight, William, you know, through I grabbed him by the collar, threw him on the ground, and he cut his back on a dog bowl. Just Charles, like when he was young, said, oh, Diana, thanks for giving me a spare. Harry's my spare. He makes claims about Camilla, you know, kind of being able stepmother. He makes claims about Kate Middleton, mostly regarding her fights with Meghan, basically how Meghan was the good one and Kate was kind of the dumb one or something. And so he's very into kind of doing these personal jabs at each person, which is why so many people have been intrigued by the book. I have been buying the book because they want to see what's in it.

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm David Schuster to NFL playoff games contested Saturday in Kansas City, Patrick Mahomes played through an ankle injury throwing a pair of touchdown passes as the chiefs down Jacksonville 27 20, Kansas City coach Andy Reid crediting his defense. I thought from the DBs to the defensive line to the linebackers, I just, again, my head goes off to the guys for that. Meanwhile, in Philadelphia, the eagles overwhelmed the Giants 38 to 7 with our Michael luongo in attendance. The eagle jumped to a 14 nothing for his quarterly on touchdown passes by a jail and hurts won the Dallas Goddard. The other devonta Smith first picked up a 5 yard touchdown run with 43 seconds to go in the first half, Boston Scott had a three yard touchdown one, maybe for the second quarter for the birds who were advanced to the NSA championship game for the first time since 2017. Coming up later Sunday, it will be Cincinnati at buffalo and Dallas at San Francisco. Lots of NBA action Saturday, Boston made it 9 straight wins, one O 6 one O four over Toronto, grant Williams scoring 25 points off the bench. As a role player in this league, you have to be prepared for any of those opportunities and you have to step up when the opportunity arises. And I feel like I try my best to do that and tonight shops went down and just continue to be aggressive. Evan mobley was aggressive scoring a career high 38 points as Cleveland defeated Milwaukee one 14 one O two, mobley's coach JB bickerstaff certainly impressed. You know, it's not just a particular quarter, but it's when winning matters the most. And I think he's got that gene when winning Mars is the most to rise to another level. And Minnesota coach Chris Finch had a bird's eye view, watching Anthony Edwards score 44 points as the T wolves defeated Houston one 13 one O four. Yeah, I mean, he was locked in all day. We had talked yesterday about how important this game was for us. And how he needed to set the tone. He certainly did that. He was special today. College hoops, TCU crushed number two Kansas, 83 60. I'm David Shuster, AP sports.

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Grant Williams has career-high 25, Celtics' streak reaches 9

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Grant Williams has career-high 25, Celtics' streak reaches 9

"The injury played Celtics needed to hang on for their 9th straight win, edging the raptors one O 6 one O four at Scotiabank arena. Trailing with three seconds left Torres county Barnes inbounded to Pascal siakam, who turned it over to seal the final. Jaylen Brown played just under 42 minutes, he led Boston with 27 points. To win an NBA is hard enough in his health and to win on the road down a bunch of guys, you know, it's hard to do. So you don't want to take it for granted. Brad Williams came off the bench to chip in 25 as the Celtics were without Jason Tatum due to injury and lost Marcus smart with an ankle sprain and Robert Williams with a knee hyperextension in the first half. John leatherbee, Toronto.

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The Atlanta Pedophile Horror With Mia Cathell

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

The Atlanta Pedophile Horror With Mia Cathell

"Joining us now is Mia caswell, investigative journalist with town hall, first Mia. I want to compliment you on your courage to write these pieces. I'm sure that you are receiving your fair amount of threats and ridicule for writing what is now a series of pieces. I will admit I did not have the stomach to finish your first piece. I just didn't. And it was just so grotesque and so terrible and so horrific. Walk our audience through your reporting and we'll go from there. Yeah, so part one of the four part investigative series that dropped Tuesday. And it just went into the horrifying facts of this criminal case that's playing out in Georgia and the adoptive fathers in the case. William and Zachary Zulu there. Gay married men, they're both now in maximum security lockup, pending trial. And so, yes, I've been following this case since it broke over the summer, so this is half a year ago. And made national headlines and everything. But ever since, there's just been a complete media blackout on the story. And so I've been diving into the court records, all these different court documents that just showing this suburban pedophile ring that's hidden in plain sight and virtually no outlet, local or national, has paid attention to it. So you call it a ring elaborate on that because it seems as if the story centered on these two sexual criminals. So what evidence do you have that it's a ring? Right, so in the 17 count indictment, it charges the adoptive fathers with soliciting at least two men in the Atlanta area suburbs, one hunter lawless and the other one, Louis viscosa Sanchez with engaging in prostitution with their 11 year old adopted son. You just turned 11 in December. And so that just seems like the tip of the iceberg because the one adoptive father said that he admitted to sending the child pornography to less than a dozen people. So there are still a handful of these child predators out there

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Celtics top Bulls 107-99, improve NBA's best record to 29-12

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Celtics top Bulls 107-99, improve NBA's best record to 29-12

"The Celtics have reached the midway point where the NBA's top record following a one O 7 99 victory over the bulls. Jayson Tatum dropped in 32 points for the Celtics. We too into against them this year. So, you know, regardless of how well we did or didn't shoot the ball, you know, I take it. Great Williams and Malcolm Brogdon, each added 20 points to help Boston win without injured guard, Marcus smart. Jaylen Brown chipped in 19 points and Al Horford provided a clutch three pointer with 24 seconds remaining. Zach lavine scored 15 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter to help the bulls make it a game. I'm Dave ferry

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Golden Globes are back on TV, but are reform efforts enough?

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Golden Globes are back on TV, but are reform efforts enough?

"The Golden Globe Awards are back on NBC tonight after celebrities boycotted last year's event amid accusations of ethical and financial lapses within the Hollywood foreign press association. I'm Archie Sara letta with the latest. The question with this year's Golden Globes, who's going to show up. Last year's show had no celebrities, no TV deal, and winners were announced on Twitter. The Hollywood foreign press association has put in new rules and edit diversity to its membership since then, Michelle Williams says that shows progress. This organization has really done a lot of work to reform themselves and that we can support we can support change. Seth Rogen Judd Hirsch, Jamie Lee Curtis and baz luhrmann planned to attend Brendan Fraser nominated for the whale will not. Are you standing by your decision to knock out? Correct.

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"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"I was living in new york and a tiny railroad flat and i walked over on sixty fifth street in in the upper west side and i went to i pass by it a million times this walking the streets of new york you know whatever and The jewish guild for the blind and i went in there and i saw a gentleman named rich paddock. Who was in charge of like volunteers in that. And i said i. I asked if i could see somebody if i could volunteer and i met. This guy never met me before. And i explained to him what i was doing and that i really wanted to get it right and i'll do anything. I'll volunteer work here. And he told me later on he goes. You know what. I knew that you were serious about it. So he he involves me with things About working with a cane about working with dogs about about just being in the world of it in a way that was not intrusive on the guild but was massively helpful for me. But i had two months to think about it so into i all of a sudden i realize wow man. There's so much incredible work to do before you even start shooting especially with a character like this and you know after that film it became just as much fun for me to prepare something as it did actually shoot it and all of it came from from that experience on contact with was really you know just. I'll never well. Besides the fact that i i worked for jody and There again. Oh god like twenty years later in him But that's right that's right. Yeah a lot of a lot of just a lot of amazing memories and locations and everything but most of all As an actor was really mind blowing thing in a good way. Yeah it's definitely on my top five of my favorite films just every time it's on i don't care when it's on i'll either tape it or i'll watch it. It's just hard to turn off. It's just such an incredible message.

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"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Them like a thousand percent and you know it's you. I wish i could say that every time it worked. Because i have a great time certainly tried to and everything i do. But there are certain. Come along. you just You just got a great feeling about him. In matthew is in that category for me. Nice nice wherever. You're going home hoping to catch a buffalo sabres game. I know you're a big fan. So quickly can do that. Well here's the deal. So last summer project that i've been working on forever Finally i it's a film that i co wrote produced directed leading it with my with my best friend. Kim coates who. I met on black hawk down and i wrote. Oh yeah great. And we shot the film last year in in mostly in my hometown of buffalo. A little bit portland new york and Nice i rapped the film up finished it and everything locked it all off about about two months ago. We took it to the woodstock film festival. And then the napa film festival We won an award at each festival but sunday after the bills game. The bills are playing the sunday afternoon. I will be there in the parking lot at about eleven. am and then after the game. There's a beautiful theater in downtown buffalo called the north park theatre and old. They built in the twenties six hundred seat theater. I'm doing my reading of of the film. Thank you buffalo for that. My hometown made it possible for me to shoot this movie and we have. We are packed out the door. And we're going to have a little we're gonna have a little good time Seeing the film on by can't see the savers they're not playing Okay but that say just there you go. Oh the film is called colebrook. I believe and i. It is an award winner. And congratulations on that. So that's that's awesome. Why don't we take a short break. And we'll be back with.

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"william i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Lot of airplanes because they have a collection of different vehicle need either going through a divorce settlement. Just want me to come in and put a value on everything and happened to be an airplane in the back of the warehouse or motorcycle boat or whatever it is and so. The process for airplane is a whole different than car or motorcycle. You still need to look at you know what it is. Identify winter all price points on it. What kind of avionics airframe our and all that kind of stuff and surprisingly enough. If you're gonna i there's There's software they'll help you and itemize and value all those different attributes still. 'bout ross's is it's kind of value that we use for cars and so there's a value guide for and there's value points indeed for motorcycles and boats and while different things that we have raised their automotive this lots going on in the world as you and i've spoken to and i just wonder have you needed to innovate to survive. And how is the recent against the goings on around the world. Affected your business. Yeah so I mean in the in the early days we we've been in business for sixteen years during those six years. We've had what. I call to significant down terms that could wipe us out by now. One of the you know one of the things that we did in the early days that we haven't planned on was a you know we get calls and people ask us to appear in court as expert witnesses rails. People getting divorced when you look at people's estates and values on in the state has been left in help them make choices on how they wanna proceed with this eight so when we we started this franchise in two thousand six. You know our focus was going to be on on high in cars and everything that you'd see being built on the on the discovery channel. We did the appraisals on all those vehicles and we knew all the builders and law those bills right here in orange county and so. That's what we focused on but in two thousand and when the market crashed you watch the news every day about all the terrible things that were going on on. What really came to light was when the phone rang. People were getting divorced you. All people were hosing businesses. There a lot of different reasons that continue to do raise -als that dumb. I had never anticipated. It would be a segue for us to continue doing business in good times and bad so our diversity in the services that we offer our flexible enough that you know that we've done. We've done well in good times and bad this most recent downturn. Kovin you would you. I kind of seemed i i looked at here. I'm going to have some time do projects around the house that i need to do things i wanted. Do all this free time. Nobody the use. I mean honestly i ever since cogan i haven't i've been working long hours. I work on the weekends. Were constantly busy because one of the things that i you know i really think about coogan is divorces are sky high. The settlements are sky through the we have a record number of collections. That we need you appraise remove divorces anticipates. No okay all around. The country doing appraisals in their local markets are being impacted by record numbers of appraisals for those divorces and the states codes kinda wrapping up now. And you think things would kind of die off a little bit but guess what all those people that have been sitting out for last year and a half. Haven't been driving down. The freeway crashed and so we have claims for insurance. Companies are are right now or are pre high and in i mean i have more appraisals now than than we can actually do and i'm honestly i turn people down just because i just want to be the easy ones and a lot of least resistance. Full a lot of people on this cole. David who are very interested in this. And i'd love if you could. If you could explain the benefits of the franchise business model and why would it be of benefit for someone to get into such a thing free. I mean i'm a franchise. Or but i think from the franchisees perspective one of the best things by offer a franchisee is we've learned. We have a lot of experience doing this thing. It not only just the appraisal. But we've been. We've been supporting our franchise using the field and you know providing our experienced. You somebody that's new alarm. Renew this quicker. We get somebody up and running and doing something that they may be passionate about. So i'm not gonna sign somebody up to support a territory unless they have met the prerequisites and the the biggest being car in. And out of the herb. Earning me go out and do something on her own agreed it. Well i can. I can certain that process. A law to them are basically. Here's our solution. When you didn't auto appraisal network we have worked out all the bugs. We were constantly addressing new bugs that are up or new challenges like cohen up and we have a lot of different vendors that they help us work inventors that allen eaten away from those vendors and in the direction with You know are successful people. So it's brazil network and we have a network of people that are very successful and those individual franchisees can help franchise. These we all gather one big network. Yeah that's wonderful. Thank you for sharing now. I you talked about development of software earlier and now on thinking into systems and mobility. Do you rely heavily on on systems and do you have like or door prizes. Taking you out tablets or things like that to to do the presence. What's the actual process is similar crush network. Yeah the we have early days. I developed a simple software application The kind of When you when you open it up and start doing appraisal surround whatever the requirements so we offer long different services on a lot of different kinds of vehicles so as you go through the process of entering raizal into our system. It's going to adapt to You know you denotes options and all the different things you're going to see an of eagle are gonna come more on on what you need to be but not limit you to whatever whatever You're looking at so you have the flexibility to as an example us.

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"william i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"When we're told talking about his business order president network and we're gonna take a deep dive into the important role of the order appraiser and what makes a successful and the different ways to determine replacement value that say a mouthful. Isn't it data work to the show much. Here's absolutely great to have you here now. I've david inaugur just speaking little earlier about the ins and outs of the auto prize and network and it's for us to cover in a relatively short amount of time but first of all david let's say a little bit more bad. Where are you located time for you right here in the point so fantastic and it's obviously summertime they is. It is now being that. You're in the automotive industry do you. Do you have hobbies. It would wanna them because yes obviously. Yeah i spent a lot of time. Going car shows and lot of my friends have collectible cards. We i work on my own personal vehicle and settle the me and all my cures. All how automotive bug in common do you have In particularly and you collection do you just have one. I don't have you know. It's funny as appraiser. I don't have a collection. I i have a lot of clients with cars it. I end up with a lot of friends with the asked me to hold their vehicles so there you know one of my friends getting divorced we stash this car for me. And i'll keep it shirt and registered and you can drive. Different cars porsches. Ferraris exotic cars cars. Yeah i love a love having cars an always had some some really nice cars in our in our office data favorite as far as a favorite. I don't have a favorite har i. I like some obscure hers. These moscow panshir is one of my favorite ours. If i had to have one right now on san i love you know you what we've got a place called. The bird would a museum here where i live and have all of the ears of vehicles and it is an amazing experience when you go to these places and they start off with the wooden wheel type vehicle all the way up to current day and everything in between it's like going through a times and like a time warp do you. I guess my question is how back in the order appraise business. Do you go with the vehicles. We all regular basis. I appraised brass. Eric cars to eighteen ninety. So they're all you know some of their original vehicles that you know from the from the day i remember that stands out the most one of the original portions a big wagon wheel type of vehicle but it was electric back in the day. Those those original cars. That portion was a chapter man and so one of their first cars was actually electric. So when you when you're in the the guy can only imagine some of the exotic you would say guess. What are the some of the most expensive ones that you've seen there. There's been a couple that are just like my dog. just i can't believe my eyes when i see it. So one of them would be one of my clients has what's called a worry. So back in the sixties furry did not produce any convertible cars and the local importer in the united states. Wanted to import believed that they would be easier to sell flory's if they had a convertible and keep in mind back in the day. I didn't have a jewish network or part serves and so one of the first cars. They came out with a car that he wanted import. It was called was was a it was actually a. It's called berlin at convertible so his organization was called the north american race team. So they those early cars. There's ten of them in called mark in a rt. And i got on praise one of those and client one in his other update on the radio basis. And it's probably in the million dollar range that's blow and i sit he thinking to myself. I'm looking at and speaking with an encyclopedia of knowledge as somebody who has started the business in this game. I'd love to. I learn about the genesis of the organization. How did they come back. Was purely on the sesame. I needed to stay employed. And my my. I've always pardon me. The appraisal business engineering background. So i work as a as a as electrical engineer. I worked in nuclear physics and worked on all kinds of accelerator part. Quick slow readers for universities. And my job i had right before doing all appraisal business be were acquired by a company that is headquartered in colorado. And we're in california and They said that they would relocate all the everybody that needed to go out there and i declined the relocation because i'm from california i i do something california. Get another job you get and so basically out on the sesame. They offered me position. I'm helping them. Transform all the price of the californian support and everything to colorado and during that time they financed my office. My internet might cell phones. Everything i needed to run a business except for i wasn't working full time. I help them. Transition everything out where to go on the in that time period i had been doing some some some might form of appraisal or it was and my friends with asked me to do these things for him. I do it and developed a system for sending him photographs and in communicating with them value and conditional this since i had developed that i use the time that my employer with pain for to look into if it was a viable business for me to do appraisals in if i did appraisals if i wanted to do a big how would i how. How can i utilize people and local markets in florida and mean orland san diego and all different people to work together to do these appraisals on a national basis and what legal requirements to do that pitfalls. Try to try to put together some kind of a business model to wear. I mean the people people in those markets. Can you got and i can utilize.

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"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"And i can imagine if that idea sort of looms over one and i don't know if how digestible it is for like a man in their twenties. Yeah like they're not thinking about that yet. April will you have making absolutely you wrote to us that you also run. A restaurant is at your place. It's a rental. Like it's a franchise. So is mine. But like i don't technically like own it but trying to fight it got well you know. Twenty seven years old. And you have a franchise for restaurant and you're running that and that's a lot of responsibility. That's a lot of customer. Care independence perseverance. And then going through what you've been going through with your health and yet your voice you are not just getting through this year thriving. You're the kind of person that whatever we're going to throw at you you're going to manage it. And that's a beautiful trait eight-year. You're welcome that said on his right like the guys that are in their twenties you know. They're not super trustworthy with a lot of things. Yeah i mean before we get to the. How do we tell a guy about the health challenges and you drop what you think is a bomb of. I can't have my own children. We also i need to talk about. Who's the guy that's got his act together enough to be with somebody who is very strong independent entrepreneurial. Let's start there. Yeah because there's a certain fiber of someone that runs through them in a character when they're able to start a business and you had written to us that you've been through like looting and tornado fires in the city right. You've had to go through a lot and yet you've got this gorgeous smile on your face in this beautiful lift in your voice in so start there right. You're not wrong to look at older guys. But we don't want you to go out with somebody. That's so much older just so that he would understand. Yeah because then you're gonna miss out on some things correct true very true and then there might not be that compatibility. Yeah leave me. There are forty year old men. That wouldn't understand. So it's not about age and i actually wrote t is when i had just gone through kind of a break out. I thought it was a break up. At least i had been seen a guy for about six months like sleeping over at my place. Heaping over at place. Like you would walk my dog for me on sunday morning given offie and like that kind of thing like we were pretty serious and then six months into it he kind of to stop talking me though. Sydney and i was very surprised by like we had gone from talking like everyday. Save the labor six months sleeping at each other's places. His mom made me like mum and bars. One time like. I'm here girlfriend right. Like a us. Like white victory doing a chance guys like i'm only experienced relationship with somebody. Meghan deduct ghost you after you telling him about what you've been going through. No i told him like right away. Second date we were penetrated hot and heavy. And i did end up telling him like especially because like some of the sleepless somebody going to let them know. I have chronic pain so it just seems like they're responsible thing to do if i'm suddenly in pain at some white and like it's been bad enough like passed out before so like if i just hit the floor atas house like i want him to know but i told him like second day in his like okay and then we dislike..

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"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Reclaiming six to seven. Pm as the happiest hour so you can do whatever it is that makes you happy and if that involves a glass of bourbon. Remember maker's mark crafts bourbon carefully. And they asked that you enjoy it that way maker's mark kentucky straight bourbon whiskey forty five percent alcohol by volume copyright twenty twenty one maker smart distillery inc loretto kentucky. Hey everyone april buyer is back now. Officially as my much-needed co host as you know from previous episodes april brings great advice insight and years experience. I am so thrilled to have her well. Megan let's divan. Will you tell april. And what's going on. Yeah so. I'm twenty seven. I lived in chicago. And i work as a shafts and when i was nineteen i was diagnosed with engine out service which you super common but i know a lot of women. Don't only talk about it. But by the time. I was twenty four i had already had five surgeries in. I actually had full hysterectomy as the last surgery. I had my uterus taken out I just left with my left. Ovary like no flow into no service like everything is got. And then i have really bad damage They think they might have even found some in my retinas. The other day like really wide spread endo everywhere. So it's definitely a chronic illness. It causes severe chronic pain. I have fibromyalgia because of that. So definitely not a fun disease to live with. Oh i am so sorry. Megan yeah you know what. It's kind of those things where i could be like super pissed at every single day and i do on sundays but most dangerous just like it is what it is and one in ten women avid. So it's like incredibly comet so and that's the big thing like no one talks about it at this point i'm healthy. I'm happy like green department. Great job loved my life. But whenever i go to try to date a guy i'm right. When do i bring that up lender. I bring up that i'm can't have children and i might adopt one day on like faster one day like i'm under no biological time clock like have children right away so it's kind of an interesting thing if i'm dating a guy my age third usually trying to decide like what netflix. They're going to watch that night. They're not running their own business..

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"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"You could have had a big mac to as a side note dipping. Your fries into a chocolate shake is also very effective when it comes to curing heartbreak. The mcdonald's big. Mac burger with a sauce so special. You've gotta use your fries to pick up the last drops.

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"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"That sounds like a character in a movie that i would love to watch denote. I mean like almo- or someone who is like has these romantic longings and pleasures that you seek out and make for yourself. I love that it left me vulnerable in relationships so re. Oh yeah yeah that quality was like here you go. I hurt just hearing that. Because i feel like some part of me gets that longing has been a very interesting word. This is very random. What i'm about to say an. I don't feel like someone who tells the story lot simply because it involves a singer that i grew up loving and i always feel namedrop but one of my therapists at a certain point over the last four years after my divorce sent me to amy. Grant's house he was just like you need to meet amy grant and i was like okay. Love her record. She already seems in djelic the best so i imagine you walking into like a house of light the best person and the most cozy beautiful household and she's married event skill which is like there was this. I mean they probably mortified me talking about it like he came home from the guitar store. It was just very like of course. This is happening. Went numb here. At amy grant house but she talked to me so much about just a terrible divorce she went through and falling in love with vents. And like having all you know like an aching longing that she feels like makes her not only love her husband but like her husband and i just remember thinking like oh the word longing it resonates in me so heavily and i don't even always know what it relates to i just as a kid. I was longing as a teenager. I was longing and even when you know the ban was like on top of the world and we're doing things for the first time that were so crazy. There was always a part of me and it got me into trouble a lot. Which is why. I say like when you say it was hard for your relationships. I relate to that getting manda trouble to that like longing feeling can you identify with the longing was four. Why i think i could guess ally. I feel like most of my deepest wounds or deepest things that really got set in to my foundations or just because of my parents growing up and they divorced. I was like a very dreamy. Romantic kid and i was like. Why is this happening every time we went to the mall. I would throw pennies in the wishing well and just be like. Please get back together. I was like. I just was longing for some version of my life that i thought i would never get and then i became a teenager. My parents became friends again and they never dated again at that point. I didn't really long for that. But i was always longing for what i didn't have an. I do think that that got set in with my parents divorce and then it sort of became applied to other things throughout my life. It was just a groove that was worn so deep it was comfortable. That was a comfortable feeling for me. That made me think about. If you are like me in the sense that i was never comfortable with the idea of a man taking care of me in any way. Yeah i think that that idea..

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"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"There's some sort of connection to friends or family or maybe people. We grew up playing music with and it's really i. It's so endearing. And i'm really glad that hasn't gone away. I love that haley. Were you raised to be religious like did you attend church and youth groups. Well yeah like nashville. Is the bible belt right. And i had come from mississippi which was even more deeply ingrained in southern baptist traditions. And then i moved here and it was all about like nondenominational churches. And you're really kind of like you don't really have a choice as a kid. I mean obviously your with your parents. You're doing what they do. But even as you get a little older in youth group becomes a thing and for me. It was always social. It was like this is where my friends are. This is where like a cute guy. And i'm trying to see him or whatever. Was there a lot of like in terms of being a woman to be really honest with you. I feel like my memories of being in the church is a teenager especially like a prepubescent teenager and then becoming like a young lady in the church. I almost feel like women weren't spoken to as people who have primal desires or whether it's sexuality or whether it's just like raw emotions rage any of that stuff. Because i don't know if it was more religion talking or just southern tradition but like there's a type of person that i think is projected onto a young woman in the south right especially a young white woman in the south. There's just this like social component. That has to be all the boxes up to be checked off and i never felt like i fit that but now when i think back i really feel like guys had it worse because i can just remember sitting at youth group and it being like so much. Shame onto young boys about their sexuality and what they did with it you know. And that's not even touching the topic of whether or not you identify one way or another or who you're attracted to. It was just like if you have that feeling it's wrong. Yeah but i didn't escape that either. You didn't know my parents were virgins when they got married and they wanted that for me. And i think it's because my dad was the intellectual side. My mom grew up quite poor. And i think there was a lot of like i was witness to a lot of pretty awful stuff so she passed that on to me like in good ways and bad ways. I think like ways that i really struggled with but in ways that i think have permeated other parts of my life in terms of my sense of self worth. Maybe by pride late. Yeah yeah so. We went from nashville. Oh yeah we've jumped all over the place. But i really like how you described it. Oh yeah. I grew up in seattle in the nineties and it was still a place of economic depression. There is a lot timber jobs. A lot of like boeing jobs. That have moved away. It wasn't until like microsoft. And whatever came along hence grunge. And i think that i could generalize..

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"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"I think that i can understand that with age and some experience like there's a liberation that happens where now i almost feel like the more vulnerable. Am the more. I'm protected which might be backwards in actuality but it's helped me yes so with you. The podcast has actually given that to me. Oh that's so interesting. I mean you've been really vulnerable to. And i could see how you claiming your own space to talk about. Whether it's your own personal experiences are getting into other people's like you set up the boundaries around it and so i could see that feeling really liberating and really safe and i really take pride in that. I think that we have a reputation of protecting celebrities. Yeah that's hugely important to me like way over success like i want this to be a place where people feel safe. Yeah so i want to ask you about highschool ouchi So it was like a plus experience. I mean you know what is so weird is that i. My mom is like on this home video. Kick lately where. She's digitizing a lot of our memories. And oh god haley. It's traumatizing man. Yes of course is she. Keeps sending them to me. And i'm like i can't yes. I'm just like delete. Delete delete but i like honestly what struck me. The craziest was like i seemed really chaotic. And happy on a camera you know. I don't know if it's because the camera was around. Or what because my actual memories of growing up in mississippi it's not like they're all doom and gloom but have a lot of really sad or troublesome kind of memories of broken home stuff and bad toxic household with my mom's second husband and for me so much of my life started when we got to nashville but my last year in meridian mississippi was my best. I think and i. I feel like it's because mom and i started to run away and like we were living in friends homes kind of like hiding out before we took off and there was like an adventure to it that i was so desperate for and i played basketball..

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"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Hey dear listeners. On this week's episode we have hayley williams lead singer and songwriter of the rock band paramore. I found haley to be so open. Hearted genuine and reflective even non musicians will relate when she compares being in a band touring solo. Haley's take on what qualities to look for in a partner are just as inspiring while her instinct fan letter gives a glimpse into the rockstar. She becomes later in the episode. April and i talked with a listener. Who has health issues. Which prevent her from having children and she doesn't know how or when to bring this up with potential partners. All right everyone. Here's hayley williams ladies and gentlemen you're listening to our qualified with your host on affairs.

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"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Episode sci-fi talk my complete conversation with caroline williams known for the texas chainsaw massacre two this january thirty first. She's in shark. Nato the fourth awakens. She reprises her role sort of has stretch and she talks about how those films kind of blend together. Here's our conversation. Were you aware of this phenomenon before you got this part. Oh absolutely. i've got teenage boys. Not fi scifi is a one of their channels choice and shark weeks a big deal in our house we get we keep our eyes open for all kinds of news and online articles about sharks and shark sightings and we're the natural audience for the shortness sheri's which i fell in love with Anthony is your creative genius. He's created this amazing franchise for the scifi channel and it has been golden For scifi and anthony into the bargain is a huge fan of the texas chainsaw massacre two. She's a fan of the original. As well i think chainsaw had particular resonance for him. And when this new installation and short made up for was coming since chainsaws are the weapon of choice for nato. He thought to myself gee who took arale all the necessary to five. The shark made then stretch from one of his favorite movies. The texas chainsaw massacre q. And you knew that we were enjoying our thirtieth anniversary this year. So much of the humor in the shark nature series is inside and it standard around these casting choices. They watch with their wonderful cast. The texas chainsaw massacre choose cast. I think hit was his little kiss on the cheek to the fans of the film in its thirtieth anniversary and i couldn't be more delighted with how my contribution to the film has has turned out. I'm just thrilled with it No one's an actor. I know that these movies kind of have their own flavor and style to them. But as an actor you you the humor is actually playing it as straight as possible and maybe not doing too tongue in cheek kind of what you had to do to play stretching this one well. It was a little bit interesting. You know she Anthony doesn't mind if some of his featured players need the brad a little bit and when you're dealing when you're dealing with a character like dwayne the bounty hunter chapman playing chop top and the the hulking silent minute. Dan yeager playing other face. You can't take it you can't play it straight right. Let us have a little bit of fun but we still stayed very solidly within the parameters show the guy who anchors the whole sang always has is the terrific eye engineering. I'm telling you. I endeavor cracks a smile and the contrast between the absurdity of our characters as written for the for this installation of the show and i am in his absolutely heroic cast in concrete in it I think what makes are seeing particularly fun gonna love it great. Yeah i mean him. And tara been the mainstays. There's actually a a social media campaign whether or not to to kill her off and we're gonna find out on the thirty first. What the result of the campaign is or what happened but Yeah that's kinda wild. But i'm not getting anything anything. Of course. no no spoilers. But that's great and you know i mean i. I can't believe the people that he gets to just walk on. These movies. were distinguished a short cameo Who did you work with. You know in in this particular film that besides the main players and also some of the maybe some of the cameos stars. I pretty much our story right. You are south. There's a there's a merman. The story when i in realize he's gotta have weaponry you take on the short nato and he just happens to walk into my store and at that point a lot of action ensues. I'm not gonna tell you remorse Past the clip. That we've been featuring on all of our morning show interviews as i make the convention circuit promoting the thirtieth anniversary and our contribution to short metaphor as well as my new feature blood. Feast international horror from this going to be coming out and making the festival circuit Very soon we get a whole lot more action than you think we're going to when you first encounter us and four that's great that's great and does it take mostly place in las vegas. My story lines is not my story. Line was shot in a completely different location. Which is one of the things. That's so delightful about how anthony takes you on this wild ride. Through the short nato's she always has a different series of locations and sets but he wants the audience to experience. He really keeps it fresh. He really keeps the action pop and he really keeps is running jumping and playing out the entire movie and This installation is no different That's great i mean. I would've never thought they'd get four films after the first one but You know people keep tuning in. And it's really amazing that people that have come on board and joined the crew so to speak and it's it's always always a lot of fun so anthony him as a director. He's done three days so he kind of knows what he's doing so how was the how was he. When you first got on the set with you and then he kind of go through anything with you or was everything kinda done ahead of you know road were the best way the best prepared crews in terms of art direction set design. They really created an incredibly rocket is set for us to operate within. I can't tell you you know that that create so much. The production designer was kelly's wallace and she really recreated the spirit of texas chainsaw massacre two. She did her homework. She had a great i the propping and the design was impeccable and the comedy that comes through the affection that anthony has for change. How to really comes through in our scenes. You know anthony is a general. He is on top of everything is moving crew. It's fast paced. But he really got the spirit of the film right. And of course i on you. You said we can't say enough about him. What a heroic and and terrific figure is he's got such a great sense of fun But you know. He's the cornerstone of the whole. Thank he really is and And he's a great guy. Thunder levin is also just an incredibly funny writer and he is also well versed in so many different genres of film and television..

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"william i" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Everyonecast

"I'm curious about your educational background to if you studied finance and investing in school if you studied something else or if you didn't even go to school i don't know yeah no so. I started al right out of high school at wash. My first business washing cars and those up in washington and it started growing that and it was growing fairly well up into the point where i was working on contracts with some of the biggest dealerships in washington state and that was really the foundation for a lot of my business knowledge. And you know my understanding of how that whole world works. And then i was also going to school for engineering psychology which is really just economics on a much more in depth level and then also. I was studying a macroeconomics as a minor. So that's really going to be my my two main focuses but a right around that time i was like nineteen eighty-nine going into my twenties. I my grandmother passed away from cancer Out of high school out of college and really just gonna start doing my own thing and really it's been an auto data act with my knowledge inexperience in so i've never had a formal education of approximately about two quarters to finish my a if i wanted to go back but but on the plus side there's so many resources online to learn whatever you need yeah exactly and the i have a large network of mentors that i can go back to some of them family members. Some of them are close friends. It would be nice to go back to school and have that. Formal education have that certification. So it was really just finding that balance of education through either work experience and formal education through college and the way that my life has really turned out at this point in time is more of the hands on experience with the industry that i've always wanted to work in any way and so it seems to be working out so far at some point i might need to get a a formal education but i'm not sure yet Just the way things have been progressing. Well hopefully not because it's expensive. It's not exactly exactly so. Yeah that's been trying to avoid for a little while now fascinating stuff though so before we wrap up. Is there anything else. You wanna shout not yet no. I'm pretty good actually. You don't have a website or social media. I got a lot of social media. I got my instagram. Which is a way of the william. That's really the main social media account my facebook which is will cooper your instagram's remain one. You said yeah my instagram. Where the william is my Instagram handle. I will put a link in the description and with that. It's time to say goodbye. all right bye..

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"william i" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Everyonecast

"Guess i wasn't. I don't know about the legality of that. But they're right exactly. Yeah i wasn't quite savvy enough for that to happen yet and so that was really the environment. The dynamics of my childhood For very long time that does some really tough and we have had a couple people on the show have talked about addiction and it is a real struggle. It is it really is because it's one of those things where it not only affects you the person but also affects everyone else around you on a lot of different levels Like i said my mother. She's a wonderful lady in a really great place in your life now. She has a fantastic job. Great husband All that sort of stuff. But i mean she. There are certain things that my family has struggled with norrland mother but Rest my extended family. They blew through our family fortune and some of them couple of my uncles are homeless. Its way you in a family fortune. Yeah we finally of excess of ninety million dollars on my mother's side along the way dad's side of the family They had a family fortune of like a little like around that amount to a little bit more actually so family fortunes. Yeah we did. And so this mother's side. His family a native american her dad. My grandfather was the presidency over tribal company. And he basically squandered all of his his salary and all the company's money on half bates business ideas for projects or whatever and then basically giving all my uncles and aunts basically easier describing it their trust fund from the time. They were born up through their late twenties early thirties signals. Like it was not uncommon for by family members to have you know tuna thousand or plus in their bank at any given time in their in their checking account at any given time. I wanted to spend a lotta time on it. But you know they. They knew how to spend money very well. And you know we had. We suffered Consequences of that in my generation in so it was a little bit a bit of a rough patch for us for me especially me learning that it was that money wasn't allocated in the way that it should've been and.

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"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

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02:50 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"The way things flow. This man other is about this. But i literally with right and we'll worry like the almost forget about what i wrote before because i traveled in the final.

"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"What is the achieve of that difficult or is that in-coming is used for baton are and other mussalini and khan and once throughout history. You can see where you know hitler. While james agent and they were able to devolve at certain ability but then that ability aren't being used or health promotion and our strength on how that could be corrupted will become a very evil powerful eruption as far as the just really for pervasive my listeners. I myself The the change agents and being able to snap into a body for example is that is a technology or is that something the mind can do a rivoli. We did all right a little bit because it made it more using fathom how this processed anyway what was is that everyone is on the very large arena. And if you can envision feeling streak of data and each one of these streets of dana represented the current Or a life or or point in history where you can look in it and you would look for certain number of seconds and you become part of what was going on and the what we ended up doing because it was a large scale will could experiences at one time and people were.

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06:42 min | 1 year ago

"william i" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"For ignition has already been viewed over two hundred thousand times. One of the mysteries behind. This novel is his anonymous author. William hogg qurqus reviews called para. Paramedics entertaining read has been called tense. Deep unusual by book bloggers across the. Us this is a prequel. That reintroduces young william hawk before his world turned upside down through the discovery of strange powers. Parallel opens with william in pot. Peering through a translucent. Cover watching a series of images from the parallels flicker on the ceiling above him. Last image he sees is of tropical field. Suddenly he is no longer in the pot and he finds himself in that field in the body of an ancient mayan who hunted by spanish conquistadors for the next five hundred breasts william will literally live in that skin and experienced apparel of another person from another time the prequel follows william as he trains to become the person he'll need to be in order to defeat pure evil. He's actually part of a five person team organized by the ancient engineer now who that is exactly is another mystery in his book. William is charged with learning empathy and compassion during what they call these brief snaps or tag along. That's living in a different person's body in a different era in time with each one william and his team including the girl he loves grace. Take another step closer to achieving agent three status which is a level up from where they are right now and it once you get to level you receive enlightenment and are granted superhuman powers that they could use to change the world for the better but not is all good on the team change agents that can advanced a level three only as a team not as individuals and one of them. Hunter has other plans and ambitions. His tag along is in the form of sword-wielding increased door or the evil humanoid known as little horn hunter is intent on preventing the others from surviving let alone completing their attacking lungs and carrying out the ancient engineer. Grand points that was part of a a description that i got on this novel. So who is this mysterious author. That's a good question. The william hawks series is brain child accomplished inventor machinist and ceo writing under that pending william hawk. A life changing incident and spiritual wakey sparked his inspiration for the story of humanity selflessness and redemption. This book is unusual to say the least and this interview kind of journeys into that area as well very interesting idea for a book and series or how it all will sure. Oh that's we're gonna talk about You did paramedics as a prequel when you already had ignition so What made you decide to do it. As a as a to do a prequel rather than maybe a sequel to start with. I have zero experience in any any any marketing. A full or whatever and How talking about really. I can take about their all for because of how this all happened. i was just inspired by. Something's beyond me and was seventy days exactly the right. The first three books and it was just non stop writing and it was just like i was a portal or information than in the the the original book were very complicated and very layered very intertwined with expensively more material than what ended up in the one that wants to market same pot pot thing characters basically the same but a lot on their material in there were many different rabbit holes on alibi. It was quite an interesting experience for sure but gravitated to the whole concept of being able to literally jump into another person's body and experience and see what they he. And i would think mostly it's in the past the press. It was really hard to and nearly thought. I was or in things during this process the informational so quick and i can remember this recipe falling down. I have a would like with walking. What's going on what's going on. you know. I just felt this president saying you just write the story others figure it out. But i'll tell you this or jump. You know the different names right. You were primarily indicate why there are musicians that are genius. Film millions mathematicians that are spectacular artists. That are you know that there's something the our and our birthdays. There's a free it's not. I'm not talking reincarnation. I'm talking more of what the book referred to where we could go experience life opportunities and and most people again while the to You know and they wouldn't recall them. They are that the change. His and seeing threes articulate or recall. And i raised time doing that. Part because know i what back in the history and Leonardo davinci and a lot of different ones so the ones that actually made it into both probably in the original one all different archimedes screw and just different inventions. That these pag along because actually be right there with and and when it was a change as the actually jump into indicate without Which was a very interesting concept. So there's a lot of things that we were.

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