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4 charged for attempting to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in Washington, DC
"Men have been charged for attempting to tear down the statue of Andrew Jackson in Lafayette Square. Acting U. S Attorney Michael Sherwin announced the charges of destruction of federal property by criminal complaint late Friday night. Three of the four men Lee, Michael Cantrell, calmer Matthew Judd and Ryan Lane are from the DMV area. The fourth. Graeme Lloyd is from Maine. The complaint states that on June 22nd the foremen damaged in attempted to tear down the statue. It also alleges they were caught on camera Attorney James Dawson said that while the FBI respects exercising First Amendment rights, they will not allow inciting violence and destruction of property.
Miami - Poll shows Biden with 6-point lead over Trump in Florida
"The latest New York times Siena college poll shows Joe Biden has a six point lead over president Donald Donald Trump Trump in in Florida Florida the the poll poll released released today today is is the the latest latest in in a a series series of of surveys surveys showing showing the the former former vice vice president president ahead ahead with with forty forty seven seven percent percent of of the the vote vote compared compared to to trump's trump's forty forty one one percent percent here in Florida state trump won in two thousand sixteen the very university political science professor Dr Sean foreman says the polls don't always tell the true story there's always the concern that people don't tell pollsters the truth and I might be especially the case for Donald Trump supporters he says the state of the pandemic and police relations will weigh heavily on voters minds come November when the worst man Miami
Gone with the Wind is back on HBO Max with a disclaimer
"With Wind is back streaming on HBO Mackley Center pulling Gone with the wind because of what it calls quote. Racist depictions. You've been brave. So long. Miss Scarlett, the classic Oscar winning film now streaming again on HBO Max with a foreman intro from TCM host and film scholar Jacqueline Stewart, discussing the context of how the film deals with slavery in the South during the Civil War. The film follows the lead of Mitchell's novel. Resenting the antebellum South as a world of grace and beauty without acknowledging the brutalities of the system of chattel slavery upon which this world is based. And while providing that contact, she acknowledges the importance of the film's place in cinema history.
Brain Juice. It Was Brain Juice.
"We are the ladies of strange I'm Ashley I'm Tiffany and I'm Rebecca. Thank you for joining US each week. is we discuss the history mystery? In theory of all things, questionable and Airy, good job, guys. You got through it. Straight face no GIGGLEFISH I bit my tongue, and almost said something, but I thought you guys with. Yell at me for stopping. That sounds like a bad side show clown straight face fits. What. I don't know that's just what came in my head. When I sent straight face, no gigabits man. Oh, okay, another clown murderer! No I'm thinking like. In nineteen fifty sideshow clown probably would be in like freak. Show like American Horror Story Freak show. I mean he could be a John Wayne Gay. See Ma'am Times to. Why are you on your laptop? I'm not on my laptop. Are you lying I'm not a D. do you see my laptop open? I don't think you close now yet is closed. I WANNA teach us some stuff to have a history lesson history, okay? And seven years ago, I got really excited about this forefathers. Numbers in there so Jackson Beverly Wilga where collectors of vintage photographs and had in their collection a dagger type. Oh you don't say an old photograph taken using a process that involves a silver plate and Mercury Vapor, and his photo was of a young disfigured man. the photograph was believed to be taken in the nineteenth century. The man in the picture was believed that the man had encountered a whales. He was holding Harpoon like object in the image. TIFFANY's face. That was fun. they couple had the image on display in their home for years in December of two thousand and seven, the couple decided to share the image on flicker and titled it a one eyed man with Harpoon super, super creative, so one win was. When did they have it? In their home? Court were the years they had in their home, but they didn't post it till flicker until two thousand seven. Okay, so they decide like a random picture of some random disfigure. Yeah, some people collect mentioned photographs. My Dad is one of those on. This might make him happy. One Flicker user contacted the Combo commenting that the man probably isn't a whaler as he wasn't holding a Harpoon in the picture, was he holding buy outs. Oh, sorry I thought. You said he was holding her. They said it looked like her. so another user saw this picture and said Hey, this might be the only surviving photo of Venus Gauge, not famous gauge. Where's verb? Not Verb just just benny US I. Don't know that name so shown, either. That's why I said. Where's Fergany isn't firm? So, y'all ready to learn about Fini's gauge. Liz Foreign and eighteen twenty three, the DSP gauge lead, either an uneventful lifer didn't bother keeping a journal because he doesn't pop up again until eighteen forty eight, okay. Okay. No list of at the age of twenty five Fini's was working as a railroad, foreman and common dish Vermont and on September, thirteenth eighteen, forty eight made a really good attempt at receiving the Darwin Award. Oh my God. Yes, so excited, so phineas worked for the RUTLAND and Burlington railroad company as a form part of his job involved coordinating, blasting out rock to make way for new. New Rail. Lines does part of the job required knowledge in geology and trigonometry, so I have a note to me, saying Insert statement about how trig is as useful of the maths, I will say I really liked. trig choke is super. Useful triggers the most Hallo basic addition. Wouldn't just like OPRAH EMMY BE MORE USEFUL THAN TRADE? Because I never took trig and I'm getting along just fine. Your overcompensating at all. No compensation here I come to terms. Okay, so geology and trigonometry so not only did. They have to be pretty clever, but he also had a handle his crew, who was described as a gang of men who basically needed all the. Since they enjoy things brawling shooting and drinking, they sound like sounds like my. Sounds like the type of people that didn't take trig. had good people skills. Though so is crew liked them to blast the area involved not only defendants have to create schematics aware to drill holes that were a couple inches wide, and a few feet deep, but also had to be able to place them along natural joints and rifts in the rock to make the job easier because why work harder than you have to the cracks just like push it a little harder so i. Like my mental health. Hey? Push it just one step further fine, are we? I completely lost what I was going to save. Thirty Oh. Did He Oh, I was thinking like the he needed to do dousing, but you're talking about like actual cracks in the ground. Yes, we're not looking for water. He's trying to clear out pathways like blowout rock lay lines, not like no crat down, sorry. You bring a witchy friend along. Here is the source of power here. Blow the spot so once. These holes were drilled. Blasting powder was placed into the whole untapped down. Using typically crowbars. Vinnie. As was kind of a big deal. He had his own tampering device made by local blacksmith to Tampa device was basically a Joplin with thirteen point. Two five pounds was forty three inches long and tapered from a diameter of one point, two five inches, which was an eas for taping into a point. Any guesses on where this is going. That's his Oh. Oh, is that how he lost his eye? So once I found stated that the incident happened a one day while camping bananas endured the Osha Guidelines for tapping blasting powder into the earth with a long metal spike. Parentheses, which wouldn't be the Osha wouldn't be until nineteen seventy-one, but that's not the point. Close parentheses and I can only assume look down into the hole above the spike. CH- one source I founded the incident happened around four thirty pm near quitting time, so either finance wasn't paying attention as he was telling his routed group to behave, or his assistant forgot to put the ever important sand into the hall before tampering because San Prevents, sparks from getting to the plastic powder either way. The blessing powder ignited
June 9 named 'George Floyd Day' in Harris County, Houston
"Leader had Dogo declaring tomorrow George Floyd day in Harris County that's when the forty six year old father will be buried here in the Houston area in the same city where he grew up now on to the funeral will be a private service after the public viewing today one sixty three hundred mourners spent hours in line to pay their respects and hear from Floyd's family one artist made the drive from Dallas on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform a lot of things that went on with Mister Floyd passing away in India most of these and that's the reason why I came down in the road for hours just to be a part of this moment which is impeccable I'm speechless the number of people here former vice president Joe Biden and Texas governor Greg Abbott also were at the public viewing today of stronger and more inclusive that's Minneapolis plans to rebuild in the wake of their own police officers putting ni on Jo on Floyd's neck the mayor revealing two new groups to help the city recover from violent protests one of the coalition to support businesses the other will provide feedback from black community members well makers in Washington are taking are talking up police reform in the wake of Floyd's death fox news John Roberts has more on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform legislation by observing eight minutes and forty six seconds of silence among the items proposed in the justice in policing act changing the statute to prosecute misconduct from willfulness to recklessness created national police misconduct registry and no knock warrants in drug cases create independent investigation process is into misconduct and banned show colds president trump believes the best way to address the problem is to take the steps necessary to build trust between police forces and the communities they serve and it also appears that Republicans may have their own plan for police reform and they just might unveil it later this week that's what the hell is reporting hours after Democrat shared build their bill one of the to its only two week anniversary of George Floyd's death both sides agreed to reforms are needed the dems want their bill to you get their bill to a Senate floor vote by next month KJRH news time eleven oh three looks like the army may be ready to remove the names of Confederate leaders of ten of its basis army secretary says each one is a name for a soldier who holds a significant place in military history but now he's open to a bipartisan discussion the marine corps recently banned the display of Confederate flags U. S. and Russia will begin nuclear talks in two weeks is a decade old treaty is set to expire in February both countries have the option to renew it for another five years China has been invited as well no symptoms may be no spread the World Health Organization says it's rare for a person with a coronavirus to pass it on if they show no signs of being sick however other experts do not agree saying half of all cases are actually spread that way and president trump keeping his promise to not let the pandemic keep him off the stage he plans to restart campaign rallies in two weeks is already set to hold his first in person fundraiser at the end of the week this comes as the re I. as he hires a pollster to check CNN survey showing in fourteen percent behind Joe Biden our next updates eleven thirty breaking information as it happens time now for more of our American stories I'm Erik shop on newsradio seven forty KTRE H. 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they are the best a lot of these folks used and owned and operated this is Lee who believe in this is our American stories we tell stories about everything here on the show from the arts to sports and from business to history and everything in between including your stories send them our American network dot org there are some of our favorite and now we continue with our opportunity America series that's sponsored by coke industries which employs some sixty seven thousand Americans Georgia Pacific a coke company makes many of the paper products we use every day from tissue and toilet paper and paper towels and more and Alex Cortez now brings us the story of one of Georgia Pacific's employees Vic Billingsley who lives in Hattiesburg in our own home state of Mississippi in nineteen ninety eight Victor Billingsley was diagnosed with non alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver although Vic was able to live a pretty healthy normal life for years it wasn't until two thousand and seven nine whole years later that his doctors said you need a transplant all these things going through my mind as how do I escape this and there's no there's no exit door this is one of the cards on Monday Oct again into a scenario that we're your mind is is moving at hyper speed and it's it's one of those things it's just absolutely ever present you can't escape it I'm going to sleep at night only after being just totally exhausted I couldn't turn it on in other news is so pressing and I would finally fall asleep after just being totally exhausted and I would go through the experience to we're not only sleep probably maybe a couple hours of time and when I wake up I go through this thing to where I go wow that was it was a it was a terrible train times have a bad dream and then the realization would hit yeah it gets a good punch of it wasn't very you know this is this is your reality and they replace itself a whole bunch of times and then came the port where you've got to be admitted in the hospital to do the testing to see where you fall as a candidate for a transplant because just because you need one is not necessarily guarantee that your going to get so then that's when the waiting game begins hi constantly had my cell phone with with me me everywhere everywhere I I went went any any time time phone phone rang rang you you know know the the first first thing thing you you did did was was flipped flipped over over and and looked looked caller caller ID ID and and their their you you know know your your time time is is running running you're you're you're you're sitting sitting there there wondering wondering if if this this is is the the time time that that you're you're going going to to get get that that call call the the call call came came in in on on a a Sunday Sunday morning actually was at six six thirty in the morning Catherine picked up the phone and kind of looks the caller ID she asked me so who is who is service center for and I came one week because that was the transplant surgeon and to live so I answer the phone and he says this is Invictus dock foreman juelich no we have a liver available but I won't talk to you about it well we have this situation we we have have is is five five and and a a half half month month old old little little girl girl in in Miami Miami Florida Florida there there is is also also in in need need of of a a transplant transplant the the machine machine only only needs a certain part of it and we can have the remainder of it if you like to accept this he said we had we haven't really done this before here but we think we can handle it he said the only problem will be where we face the Liverpool which means where like where they make that separation cut that when we put it back into you we may have some bleeding issues and lots of concern but we but we feel confident we can handle it well hi I was fully and trying to process what he's telling me and transcription of said okay can I can I think about in his response was I'll call you back in four minutes because there's also town consideration when they have these organs vital so want to talk to my brother and my sister her being a nurse practitioner and being a physician and then kind of get their opinion on it so I got them on the phone our brothers in Florida my sister's local and we start discussing it and then we also he got knocked foreman on phone and started kind discussing and talking about it all the different ramifications such as a ma my sister finally said well the good lord's got us to this point hello we just after that's where we need to place our trust in us I would go for and so the decision was made okay pogo for world you know the reality kind of hit real hard at that time there this is this is actually going to happen now you know it's like it's like being on a roller coaster ride you can get off the list better write it to the end well I have worried and been freighted so much through the whole experience in at the time but I got a call how was of the one hundred percent I saw the house going to go down there and I was not going to come back just I did not believe that I was gonna survive the operation and so what that rolled on the plate was that morning hi I honestly thought I was looking at my kids for the last time I'm gonna come back and you're listening to Vicky Billingsley his story of one of the big moments of his life the turning point in his life being told there was a liver available but this operation was gonna be difficulty assume the worst okay as kids what he thought would be for sure in his own mind the last time by the way Vic found comfort in his coworkers at Georgia Pacific who offered him a vacation time organized fundraisers for him and prayed with only come back more of this remarkable story our opportunity America series the code industries continue here on American school have you ever hired somebody to complete a job and they just entirely drops the ball well you don't need to worry 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How Terrell Davis Went from NFL Hall of Famer to Entrepreneur
"My co host for this next segment is Daniel. Most Daniel Welcome back. Hey thanks for having me. Well you know. This is really a time of upheaval and support. Know How to make big changes in your life and move towards industries that are thriving a lot of professional sports players. Daniel have made that transition from sports business. Absolutely look at the two time heavyweight champion and gold medals George Foreman and the success he had with that Grille our next guest has also found success after his NFL career. Terrell Davis is a former football running back who played for the Denver. Broncos is a super bowl champion and was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in two thousand Seventeen Terrell. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having that going to happen. Successes George Foreman with them absolutely. I personally how how's your family during the coronavirus. Pandemic how are you? You know we're don't okay you know it's it's been a little It's a challenge. I can tell you that you know it's hard to be. Kinda hold up in a in a place for as long as we have been and not not getting back to normal. Not traveling been difficult but you know what I tried to get. Things in a bright side and families healthy work. Were doing well so I thought before. Absolutely and that's what matters Do you actually think there's going to be an NFL season this year and if they actually do have an NFL season how do you think that they should launch it? I think they will have either I need for them. I think timing was was pretty good because you know the virus. Everything happened which is kind of walk up for them it happen. I think January February February March. And so they kind of dodged that would happen to Super Bowl They had a draft Digital wasn't obviously Las Vegas but I think it was. It was pretty successful so I I just think right now the teams they have because we're starting to see more cities opened up states. Open up We're seeing NBA talking about resuming their season. We're starting to hear. Mlb In their talk so the NFL. I think they have a little bit more time than he's leagues. Do and I still believe that they will start the season on time. I I really do. I haven't seen anything or heard anything that would suggest that they won't start the regular season on time there may be some pushback on preseason games maybe shortening preseason games but I fully expect the NFL to a fool season right absolutely and as a die hard. Chicago BEARS FAN. I WANNA know. Do you think there's going to be fans in the stands when the season starts because I wanna I WANNA be there? You want to be there. One I mean. We heard the dolphins come out. I think they've made about about fifteen thousand fans what they're kind of disappointing trying to do So you know.
"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"It's not competent. It doesn't mean that it's not capable. It's that there is an error in the laboratory that needs to be fixed whether it relates to the specific testing being done or relating to something else really depends on what the assessors had found Allen Foreman with us and Allen Another question that I'm floating is out there and I don't know if you've got the answer to this Directly or not but Most of the of the racetrack practitioners Typically are really using lighter. Cain kind kinda switch toward Carbon Kane is the product the equivalent that is most more widely used but carbon. Cain doesn't show up on the On the therapeutic substance schedule are are they do they test the same or are they? Are they considered essentially in the same family? How how what? What should people know about About right by decay. So they're in the same family. Your local anesthetics. Okay when we develop the Control THERAPEUTIC SUBSTANCE LIST UNDER THE NATIONAL UNIFORM MEDICATION PROGRAM. We have the entire scientific community. Developing this list of accepted therapeutic medications there are substances that fall into each category for each type of illness were injury. For which a therapeutic medication would be required in the area of therapy of Local anesthetics why.
ICLR: accessible, inclusive, virtual
"I'm Katherine Foreman and I'm neal learns and today we are bringing you breaking our format. Our usual format our new usual format a little bit kneel at we have the opportunity to sit down with the General Chair and senior program chair or this year's interruption of the international conference on learning representations I clear which was entirely virtual this year Alexander Rush of Cornell and Shakira Muhammad of deep. Mind thank you so much for joining us today. I really appreciate it off. Excellent Catherine great to be here. I'd love to do a little bit of background on. I clear I just sort of like mainly to give us a sort of a context for the conference in in the ecosystem of other conferences. WanNa know how did the conference get to where it is today? Yes thank you neil. That sounds like a very good question. How the conference get to where it is today. This year was already breaking ground. It was going to be taking place in Ethiopia which I think is the first time any of the large conferences have been held on the African continent But then all of a sudden we had this massive global change and it was decided that the conference would take place entirely. Virtually so Sasha. I'd love to hear from you a little bit more about how you see. I clear fitting into the larger system of conferences. And what your experience with. It's been and how this change took place shore so this was the eighth international conference of learning representations but it was run as a workshop for several years so it started in two thousand thirteen. And I think what's remarkable about the conference it's been experiencing exponential growth for the last basically for its entire history and so it's a conference where everyone is kind of a newcomer each year. We have most people kind of experiencing it for their first time. I think personally I didn't really attend. I clear till about three or four years ago and I was coming from it from the natural language processing community so conferences like ACL P that she makes up a relatively large part of kind of this multi disciplinary area. It's a conference. That kind of welcomes a large group of people doing different forms of representation learning and deep learning and things of that form I think it differs from some of the other machine learning conferences in that. It's a bit more experimental. I think a lot of people know it for its experimental reviewing format and for the structure of how it's laid out and I think one of the reasons it was so interesting to work on is because it's a conference that kind of allows for more experimentation in its format in its structure and we took that to heart in both the venue this year and also in kind of change to the virtual conference format. So this sort of like the experimental stuff it does on its own. It was the first to open reviewing. And then there's the experimental stuff that's forced upon it so. I find so amazing. What you had to do this year is first of all you were taking a major conference to the African continent for the first time which was a major undertaking in itself. And then you had to cancel the first major conference on the African continent. Tell us how how I don't know who's best to sort of speak to that. She cared. Do you want to tell us how that came about? And how you reacted yes. I think we were actually quite far along in our work dealing with the European conference it was going to be in a great venue in the Millennium Hall. Very close to the airport in Ethiopia. Lots of things have been set up. Even down to the whole Shedu of the conference itself was set up. The we're going be three. Parallel tracks experimented the conference in that way. All the keynotes. All the speaking. The setup of the post is all of these kinds of things are done and then it was a difficult time the end of February the beginning of March when it was very clear that the long run of cove it and would come into effect and a lot of consideration and debate with many many different kinds of people around actually cancelling the conference. But I think in the end You know it was obviously a good decision. Forced us to experiment in the new way so I was pretty happy with the with the end to actually get to do it. So what was the thing that Chicago pops happiest about about the way the conference went the thing that surprised you the most because I know both of you I mean it must be in so much stress. Just organizing a major conference like this is like major stress in in the base case and then organizing one where you have to reorganize the entire conference within the space of a few weeks. I just can't imagine it but let's start with the positive things and and pats that recession. Say She Sasha. What was the thing that you most pleasantly surprised about about the conference? Yeah so there. I think there were a lot of things that kind of were unexpected or kind of emergent behavior. That came up during the conference itself. The part that I think I spent the most time on and was most excited about was the the social interactions particularly chat and the socials. That emerged I think that was the part we were most worried about. It's the part I get the most out of conferences talking to experts in the field kind of having conversations that you didn't expect or learning about papers that you didn't know that we're coming. We really built that around kind of slack. Like chat experience and seeing the different topic rooms emerged. There was a very interesting created. A I room. That came out of nowhere. The community had several very interesting events. That were just so neat to attend and then we also ran several mentoring sessions just kind of out of nowhere in the middle of the conference that were super interesting and kind of almost better than I would have imagined. That could have occurred. Say getting a drink at a bar at an normal conference
IFC Midnight Film The Wretched Hits Digital, And Drive-Ins
"Kevin Connor is with us with a preview of a movie coming out on demand it's called the wretched but that and this is exciting it's also coming out in drive in theaters in Arizona and California Florida Georgia Tennessee North Carolina Virginia Texas and Alabama that's very cool Kevin now you know they used to be thousands and thousands of these drive in movie theaters but now I I guess just a few hundred although I thought they had all disappeared well yeah there's a lot the left but but those those states are interesting about this movie because of the wretched which is coming off a horror movie was coming out on V. O. D. it's available today but it's also opening and drive in theaters in the the the foreman of the aforementioned states and and that's a really kind of a cool thing because we're getting a resurgence of drive in theaters now the regular theaters are closed and really you know going back to the old school of the drive in theater horror movies always a great stable of those places now the wretched tells the story of a son who is visiting his father who works at a marina in this in the small town seaside town and he's discovers that there's maybe this is like a demon that lives in the wooden infest the basement next door and it starts to take over the family and it goes after the children makes people forget about the children it's a really creepy story now if you're not into horror movies and haunted Sally your bright idea like it what it is a it's a fact of here if you like like a good horror movie one and scare the this one is definitely an
"foreman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"But we're still very much I'm in the midst of this epidemic this pandemic we're still seeing cases rise but I think it's too soon for us to predict where we're going to be four months down the road well foreman's I hated tell us what format is down the road is August so the the meat of summer and we know here in Chicago with that is we start counting summer right about now if we want to get as many days as we possibly can get in because the days are longer even though it's called we will go to baseball games in the month of April more wear shorts and T. shirts and then the wind will be like felt like upper sixties when you go to regulate or you go to guaranteed rate and you're sitting there and you're all kind of happy into the sixties know that maybe a burial warm and then the wind turns out the link and look out you turn into a human icicle now we know that if we're drinking outside it's summer in my book thanks very comfortably yeah I said outside around at the the other night I returned a fire on I sat there with a glass of wine in my hand try to make something make sense out of the world and then I kept everybody at least forty feet from me because that's that's the that's my distance everybody else's six feet not me pal I'm good I'm a full forty I'm surprised you're not like football a football field length hundred hundred yards get the bullhorn outlook communicator for the release of something pretty close very close to my daughter and son in law came over they came here and I said are you gonna sit over there I mean literally across the my my area that sounds weird across my patio my deck from me and we have called each other that's how we're able to communicate on the phone I didn't want them spitting at me so with this this is what we're gonna do I can't wait for quarantine of you know I am a I've got a I've the they may have dropped off a few samples forming so that I can follow along with what the the our expert is telling us so I just want to say look out by samples demeanor tire bottles I I don't know Kevin I don't I don't know and maybe I don't wanna say officially so we've we've got that coming up and I'm very very excited about that well I don't know man I the one thing that I was very much looking forward to and we'd already be doing that by now was going on hang hanging out with you and and all the rest of people on the show and Lauren and can we drag out there every once in awhile though she gets a little confused and then Brian and Jeff of course our producers and we all have to have a really good time out there over the summer and I'm not since I'm sure that we're gonna be out there I don't know so we suffer through the winter and then lose summer yeah and this year where the white Sox are gonna be so great and you know the type you know it's obviously not top priority but it's like finally turned the corner rebuilding the pandemic arrives yes I know this will Sox fans always do feel like your snake bit right there's that there's a certain amount of they've taken over the cubs it now the cubs are all fancy and like yeah we won the World Series and even though the Sox won the World Series fifteen years ago they're still like you know they're they're acting out in a way that is not like in any remembering of that is to say that all right thank you very much Kevin let's check the traffic with Lorna well look on the Indiana toll road has the westbound exit ramp at Broadway blocked off work also narrows the mainline to one lane approaching the exit ramp daily from nine AM to five PM the next day this will continue through tomorrow and in Racine county long term work is blocking the southbound I. ninety four forty one ramps at seven mile road I'm more laughter from the IDOT traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death you know these.
PoolCreationsInc.com | Making a Splash by WOWing Your Customers with PoolCreationsInc.com Founder, Jeff Landburg
"Yes yes yes. And yes now kindle for today's show I do not want you to fill me. I want you to film the Glorious Pool so you have to get out of here and go film the pool because on today's show we're talking to a man who's making a big splash in the also pool industry. Jeff Landsberg welcome onto the lifetime. Show how are you sir? I'm doing great. I appreciate yes. Can I am so fired up to have you on the show in Devon is it okay if I tell you a little story that are you. Are You Mike? They're doing okay. Is it okay if I tell you a little story? Go for it okay here. Here's a little story. My wife and I we decided we were going to put a pool outside which kindles filming right now and I am. This is how I roll this Devon. I like to call a lot of different people at one time. I like to call four five six vendors. Whatever true I do if I'm going to hire a key employee interview ten people for the position if I'm going to hire someone to remodel a house salt of the interview five or six contractors so I asked multiple people who I like and trust Said who is the pool. Guy That you would recommend and do you know. Do you know Devon did the name I kept hearing over and over and over and over. Who Was it by the way around those fantastic youthful? I kept hearing that Jeff. Lindbergh was the guy. He was like the Unicorn. Now let me tell you who all said he. I should use this guy. Dr Joe Lie and did you build a pool for Dr Joe There? I did did April call you or did Joe Call You. I believe Joe Is when initially contacted me but then we met with April to make sure. We're doing exactly what she wanted. I WanNa make sure shows hip compliance. I'm not asking for any more secrets. They're all I can say. Is that April once. She heard that Joe had recommended you. She got on the bandwagon and she goes no no no. No no no no no no. He's the best like you need to stop talking to other people and you've been around misled by. She's a dentist. She's a hardworking lady. And you know when she's passionate about something. I mean she was like stop. Don't even stop the conversation. Stop talking to other people and I'm like April. Let's your wonderful client. I did her wedding years ago. I'm GONNA keep shopping. I just saw I called asked for other references and then Dr Kirkpatrick who works with Dr Lie. He recommended you and then somebody at the. What is the golf course? What is the golf course in a Wassot Patriot? Golf course those guys recommended you and then somebody who I knew knew. Somebody said that you built the pool for Shangri law. Is that correct? That is correct. Yes sir how in the world have you built such a great reputation or are you paying these people? Unfortunately that was a case we'd been out of business a long time ago. Okay well you're having a lot of success now so I wanNA start off at the very beginning. What was your life like a growing up as a kid and you know where. Where did you grow up? Actually I grew up in the East Tulsa area in a town cockatoos which is where we still live and it's actually our businesses located. I'm one of four brothers We were a I would say low to middle income family and what that equates to basically is. I fortunate I was the second oldest brother so I only had to wear my older brothers. Close unfortunately my youngest brother. He had four groups close. Oh wow the time it got down to him and that was Kinda how it was back in those days but but we learned early on that my parents care of our needs but any time we wanted something at that point we had to go out and we had to work for it. What did your parents do? My Dad was an instructor at a at an avionics school here in Tulsa and my mother was actually a nurse. So when did it occur to you that you wanted to become the pool guy you know because a lot of people out there that don't ever unfortunately find they're calling or something they enjoy doing? A winded occurred to you. I love pools. Well it's it's a little bit of a story if I can kinda start at the beginning and you can make a short story long if you want to. Because that's the podcast and our listeners. Love the story so you can give it anyway. What happened was whenever I graduated high school. Actually join the military. I went to the Army Aviation Division of the military went through my training and when I got out of my training I was nineteen years old and I was in the army reserves. And I didn't know what I wanted to do. I thought I wanted to have an aviation career but the more I looked into the more I thought well. I'm not sure that's right for me. And so it's kind of ironic. Because my brother was the store manager of a local company here in Tulsa and said. Hey we're hiring people. Would you like to come to work at this company and I said sure why not you know I? I wasn't afraid of work and so I went to work. There is actually as a laborer digging ditches for this company and I ended up staying with this company for ten years really. Yeah and I worked my way up to a foreman with the company and at that point I was twenty eight years old twenty nine years old and I had an opportunity. Economy tanked a little bit in Tulsa. This is back in ninety eight or nine hundred ninety. Excuse me and so a friend of mine was a ups driver and he said. Hey you know what? Why don't you come dry forests because we hire people at Christmas time? You know Christmas drivers for the extra load and so I actually went to work for them driving back in nineteen ninety and they hired me permanently as a ups driver. I did that for two years driving. And then the next six years I wanted to management with them and I was actually in operation supervisor for ups. What did you learn at ups? I've read case studies about ups. I LOVE UPS. We WE GET PACKAGES. Devon the ups packages delivered every day. No Yeah I'm always high five in my guy giving I love that guy. What did you learn during your time at? Ups You know. The biggest thing learned there was how to run a company efficiently especially when I got into the management side of the company. It's a joke when you go into management. Ups If you cut yourself you better bleed brown if you don't believe Brown. They don't want you in management and that was kind of the joke. I think they were kind of serious too about it at some point so but that was kind of how it got along with their but at the age of thirty five years old my wife and I've been married for probably a year to at that time. I always kind of look over at her to confirm everything correctly but I decided I did not want to be part of Corporate America got. I decided and my wife. She was in corporate America too. She had quit her job About six months earlier she a lifeguard in corporate America actually. She has been a lifeguard at this time. She was a vice president for a computer training center in Tulsa got it and so anyway so whenever I told her I said you know what I said. If you want to quit your job Stay home pursue your career. Because she's an accountant she's GonNa take on accounting with different companies and stuff. I'll continue to work for two more years and then at that point we'll make a decision what we WANNA do their life well unfortunately or fortunately have you. WanNa put it about two months after that promise I made to our came home and said guess what honey. I just gave my thirty day. Notice it work and I'm I'm leaving. Ups really and so. You didn't ask her about this. I I don't know if she shaking your head. No so I'm going to say I did not is that a pro tip. Is that a pro tip. Are you recommending for the listeners? Out there to not tell their spouse before they switched careers. It's always better to ask for forgiveness than permission. Okay now I want to ask this because I started my first business. When I was sixteen years old and my parents basement we started what became. Dj CONNECTION DOT COM at the time it was called CMS DJ service. So I don't know I don't really know what it's like to not have my own thing on the side when I worked at Applebee's target and direct. Tv I always worked. I've always had my own thing. Was It scary for you? With what the age of thirty five starting your own thing. And how old were you now? Thirty six I was thirty five years old when you started your own thing at the age of thirty five. Uber had that thought of what have I done just about every day every day. So how did you go out and get the funding to start the Pool Company? Well what we did was Since I've been a management at ups for six years. I'd acquired some stock that was part of the Management Center program that they had and so whenever I left. Ups cashed all that stock in and we figured we could survive on it for probably maybe six to nine months then at that point if things were taken off we were. GonNa go to the line. So how did you? How did you avoid the super? How did you get your ten customers if you can remember well what we did? When we started the company I started out subcontracting to other pool companies. So I I knew how to tile on knew how to excavate a tie rebar so I thought hey I can market myself to these other companies until I can kind of get a foothold on the industry and get things going on our own and I thought why could do that for several months where we did it for about a month then at that point then someone heard about us and next thing I knew we had a pool sold and then another and then another. And then another it just snowballed from there.
"foreman" Discussed on VS
"How it latches to the shoulders of pedestrians like the take me with you of lovers. Take Me Across. The thrash of whichever door might amp the song up good needle jitter when the station's stuck between suffer and say. Lavi who in a body like this can afford to believe in reincarnation though once I dreamed a river of material silt and gold bangles bridging over my opened wrists and the sun's radio rippling despite rising brown water here language in limbo of leveraging one evening for hush. If you can manage a whisper taught or torch or touch can bind you to a fever. If unchecked let wound then bruise renders blues inevitable from the Green Porch I swing between the were of dissolving cars that whip and excel panic pitchers it's baseline like a house. Track BEGS DANCE DANCE DANCE. Dance asks if you believe in a God who demands to witness what worship wild abandoned becomes that was Erica foreman a true hero and a blessing to us all genius essay so seriously. I loved especially that conversation about going down into the depths of feeling and memory and then also the challenge of then coming back out of it and you know especially like the challenges of doing that work as a neurosurgeon person CETERA. We are both poets that like go down to them debts. Go get down into the muck of it. I'm an especially like the hard feelings of shame. Centara what do you do to pull yourself out there? I think the first part is really truly committing to going down there like I feel like the question. I got a question I get asked. A lot is how do you protect yourself from that depth of work or like those hard emotions and I think the uneasy answer is that you have to allow yourself to kind of be averaged by it. I you know really allow that death to be everything that it is in and through you And for me I think it is just about like having quick like self care dates that I can go to right so like for me like if I'm writing at home. Let's say then. I know that like whenever I'm in a really really ducks base. There's a walk to the art museum. That's near my house and they have like outside gallery. And there's like this one specific Sculpture that I talk to. Oh when I'm feeling really shitty and her name is empire I know it's her But her name was empire and I go talk to her and just like walking around that like really thinking about what this structure means to me because for some reason. Identify with like this. Sort of like shapeless mass of polls for some reason. I'm just go talk to empire you know and like that is enough. Just walk and also I go when I'm feeling down in the dumps. Both of empire and cookie line in them But you know. I think it's even just that that walked just having enough space from the poem to know that like you know it takes me probably thirty thirty five minutes to make that loop It's enough time to help. Clear my head so see if I do it with no headphones phone just like really walk my thoughts and I'm able to come back and also you know I think diving back into art that like I know is it's basically like when I write a really really hard thing sometimes especially if it's too cold. I'm a mid western knitted. Sometimes you can't take no walk But there's like shows got to be real That I love and I've seen a thousand times and I put that on there at least gets me giggling as long as I can after I go to that depth remember that like laughter happens that I'm fine for sure. Yeah I'm what gets you pulling out of the depths? I mean yeah I think it's also some like sort of like self soothing stuff you know like breathing and taking time to intentionally breath for three minutes a rather than just like doing it subconsciously to stay alive Also part of it for me to be honest it's like sharing the poem with someone Who will then look at the peace and see the darkness and the depths but also to watch them be moved by it or appreciate it. I think actually helps me understand that? The deep dangerous parts of my work also like contained within them some light for other people you know like that's part of my process to. I know that it gets tricky to be like. Oh now than like I'm being rewarded for like my trauma or whatever. But I don't know I have to be honest and say that's that's part of. That's part of the healing process. Well it's also like asking somebody else. Please tell me like this. Like exercise on like taking myself to this place was worth it right. You know. That's fine I mean. It doesn't have to be rewarded but validated Mexican. Yeah yeah or like to look at it and say I'm now not like afraid of you because of this place that you've gone to in your home where I'm not like I don't like want to run from you because of you share this with me and I'm still here when you. You know that companionship. And knowing that that won't several connections to other people that's healing Earth beautiful anyway. Let's get out of here. I WANNA be tender to myself. Yeah let's Charlotte to everybody being tendered to themselves. Doing one thing to like. Take care of yourself and be tendered to yourself and also shout out to all of you appearing to brave the depths. You know it is worthwhile work and you are not Self sabotaging for wanting to go there. Make sure you leave somebody up at the top. Who can call to you? If you stay down there to have the speed Dow Texan would be like. I'm ready to write about March it. Yeah standby love that. Thank you also always to the poetry foundation especially Domino's and itself Blancas. Thank you to our producer. Daniel Kiplinger thank you to the Post loudness collective of which we are. Thank you to you for continuing to listen to us. Yes Wherever you listen if it is possible we love you. Like rate describe comment Let us know what you think if it's a good thought if it's not please follow us on social media at the podcast not to attack air Thank you so much for spending another hour with us. We really appreciate your time and your attention to these poets. That we love birds sticking with this season for Was for the rest of the year And that's about it. Let's get Outta here. Y'All east good.
"foreman" Discussed on KCRW
"The foreman's all look like they would go out for the same casting call for white women mid thirties who's recently had a kid while exhausted is doing a great job of keeping it together my wife introduced me to the group we made small talk one of the women asked about the book in my hand so I turned it over and showed it to her she noted that the cover I think if the session is star that's what I heard knock knock knock it was on the cafe's window coming from inside I looked up and saw a woman a server clearly worked at the only cafe she was angry and looking at me next she flicked her head and mouth something I didn't know what but the message was clear or maybe it was scrapped seriously what's the difference I was flooded with thoughts I could barely process I was stunned I was pissed I wanted to run away I felt like I might pass out I was actually strangely embarrassed is if I had done something wrong maybe I should have been talking to my wife and her friends listen I might have exchanged words we might not have I think I said something to the effect of a woman told me to get out of here there were some real these and a couple of what's within seconds another server came out and pretended to do her job she did have a water jug shouldn't bussing tables she didn't drop or pick up any checks she just stock the area and by the area I mean me finally.
Philadelphia - Road Crews Begin Repairing Potholes Across New Jersey
"Well we barely have any snow this winter that's a good thing but potholes don't take much to foreman in New Jersey crews are out there Filan is K. Y. W. spike in order with that story new Jersey's pothole repair crews are out sure we've hardly had snow but state transportation department spokesman Steve Schapiro says you don't need snow for potholes to form that freeze thaw cycle that really can be damaging to our roads when that water seeped into a crack it freezes and expands and that creates a possible state crews filled thirty five thousand potholes in January that's similar to two years ago last January twenty thousand craters were repaired statewide Shapiro says most work is being done between nine AM and three PM if there's a pothole on your daily commute that you'd like to report Shapiro says to call one eight hundred pot hole with the
Philadelphia: Road Crews Begin Repairing Potholes Across New Jersey
"Well we barely have any snow this winter that's a good thing but potholes don't take much to foreman in New Jersey crews are out there Filan is K. Y. W. smart in order with that story new Jersey's pothole repair crews are out sure we've hardly had snow but state transportation department spokesman Steve Schapiro says you don't need snow for potholes to form that freeze thaw cycle that really can be damaging to our roads when that water seeped into a crack freezes expands and that creates a possible state crews filled thirty five thousand potholes in January that's similar to two years ago last January twenty thousand craters were repaired statewide Shapiro says most work is being done between nine AM and three PM if there's a pothole on your daily commute that you'd like to report Shapiro says to call one eight hundred pot hole with the
The unsinkable Tyson Fury took America for a night. Can he keep it?
"Tyson. Very deontay wilder both had unique entrances to the ring on Saturday night but the advantage at once the bell rang was all furious. Wilder was knocked down twice once in the third and once in the fifth round while there was able to extend the fight to the seventh round but fury was too much. Wilders corner threw in the towel giving fury the win by Technical Knockout Fox sports analysts and huge boxing Fan Christopher starred with us. Now good to have you on this one. How surprised were you by the outcome will pick wild during the tenth round? Tko So obviously. I thought he'd win. I was surprised he lost. I would not have been surprised. If fury had one in a decision it was a close fifty fifty. A lot of people are saying. It's a fifty fifty fight. I wouldn't have been surprised at off. He just outboxed him for trail round right but for him to march forward the way he did and knock him out. That's the problem. He was saying he was GONNA do it. You know in the premiums fight and I thought he was just talking noise right right and I thought he may be trying to throw wilder off. But here's something I have said since. Wilders become champion and been this prominent fighter and this is why despite his all time high knockout percentage despite his record no one really has ever put him in the class of Tyson Ali. Form and frazier any rocky Marciano. Any of the really great heavyweights. Because the fact is he can't box. He cannot box he has this. That's you his fight against Louis Ortiz. Recently he was getting shut out every round he knocked him out. May One St Right. And so what? What fury did there were so great when he took the fight to wilder and he had wilder backing up like around one. I was watching a fight with some guys. And we're like the body language or walters. Now he's backing up all of a sudden he's never nobody knew that right and he lunges with throws the right he steps for with his left and then lunges. You can't do that if you're backing up. And he wants. He took a fury. Took that away from him. He had no answer no he doesn't jive with a as a weapon. He does it to measure so I get the right right. He can't dance. I was even saying it may be equilibrium. Was just off but once after the third round. He looked out on his feet. I was saying run. Just move until you can get your wits about you or whole you wits about you. And he didn't even know how to do that. Look he showed a lot of heart. He showed tremendous heart because a punch drunk for the last four. But and I'll say this finally. I hope I'm wrong. I don't think he can bounce back. I don't think I think the best chance. He has the balance about that. Furio bounce back thinking fury. I think his best chance of bouncing back is to fight Joshua and maybe beat him but here you know you're the bully and then you get bullied and we've seen it. George Forman it's a religious conversion and fifteen. Here's a preaching to become when he became when he was a whole different person that one Tyson was never quite the same age. Because you're not the same in your own mind nor do you have that intimidation opponents and Roy Jones. Junior wasn't a bully but he was dominant you. Once he got beat he was never this guy. I just mentally. It's GonNa be so hard for him to bounce back I again. I don't think he could be fury. I definitely don't think it'd be fury but I have trouble in general so going back in history. This is what me very late on Saturday night. I picked wilder in a second round knockout because I thought after Tyson fury had all week predicted. I'm going to knock him out in the second round that he would get a little careless and be vulnerable to the one punch. That deontay did have in that. That Punch you could argue is about as lethal as any punch. We've seen in the history of boxing. I don't know if I've ever seen him more savage right than that one in all it takes is one. Is You know and that? Big trees going to topple. But you have to catch him flush and he wasn't able to catch him with it so we're my head. Went back to a fight. That I wrote about was that I watched. I didn't go to just watched it here. That was the rumble in the jungle. I haven't been more shocked by the strategy and the unfolding of a fight than than I have since I sat watching Ali something that I thought was impossible to the beast. Who Was George Foreman and remember in those days George? Foreman weighed two hundred and fifty pounds. He didn't wait to seventy three. And I thought that was beyond massive and Ali Wade to twenty for that fight so he was given up thirty pounds but he wound but he games he had gained. Wait to find out by hand by. I totally agree but I did not see rope adult coming. Because I don't think he's corner. Saw Rope it upcoming. He didn't tell anybody and he goes and lays against the ropes and let he had worked on his core all through his camp and he just put his gloves on and he just said is that all you got champ. Is that all you got and you just kept trying to chop wood until he just chopped himself down
Democrats clash in fiery debate with Bloomberg as main target
"And no surprise Mike Bloomberg found himself the main target during his first democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas University political science professor Sean foreman says Bloomberg didn't have the best showing but he thinks internals Wilborn came out on top she can raise money out of this but I'm not sure that's really going to help her shop at your campaign to come up in the polls forty delegates are up for grabs on the Nevada democratic caucuses get under way on
Sanders Cements Front-Runner Status After New Hampshire Win
"Phase following Tuesday's New Hampshire primary senator Bernie Sanders won the contest former south bend Indiana mayor people to judge finish close behind him followed by centering the clover char senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Joe Biden this victory here is the beginning of the end but Donald Trump vulnerable Americans do not have the luxury of pursuing ideological purity hello America I'm Amy clubbers are and I will be Donald Trump we have beaten the odds every step of the way former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg looms and he is making overtures to African American voters I think we're going to do very well and in the African American community they need a good economy they need better schools and those are the kinds of things that I can bring him Josh you've been on the campaign trail with mayor Bloomberg all week can he get over his stop and frisk policy from New York and win over African American voters in South Carolina but more importantly perhaps in super Tuesday states in early March I was really stunned to see the number of African American supporters that showed up at his events this week as we were with him in Tennessee and North Carolina even in the wake of these tapes coming out and I asked them you know it is this something that bothers you and they largely said no I think there is there is an element that similar to Joe Biden where people feel like they know Mike Bloomberg because he's been on the stage for so long they say things like I know where his heart is but look there is Mike Bloomberg is a double edged sword in a couple ways the same elements that make him appealing as a former Republican because he seems like he might be able to peel off some trump boater center right Republicans make him anathema to the part of that democratic base that wants a progressive firebrand to push their costs and the same part of him that is sort of a a technocrat data driven let statistics inform your policy makes him appealing and and successful as a businessman and mayor also means that he says said a lot of things in his career that may be numerically accurate but are also very off color and and really run people long long way and may bloomers not the only one facing challenges with African American voters may have put a judge still faces questions about his policing record in south bend insanely senator any club which are on the rise from New Hampshire faced facing some scrutiny ever prosecutorial record yeah look I won New Hampshire are very different states from Nevada and the Carolinas in white very different from the states that will dominate on super Tuesday as well and for all the support we're seeing nationally like you look at the African American vote in particular right and no democratic nominee has won the nomination without winning the majority of that but it just doesn't happen everyone has been looking at former vice president Joe Biden but when you are a whole mess image is electability and you come in fourth and fifth in the early contests you start to lose ground we're seeing that already in South Carolina who's benefited from that so far in South Carolina Tom Stiers picking up some of those voters the Bloomberg is not conceding a lot of money on TV spending a lot of money he's messaging and all the right ways he's picking up on the people who are picking up on their own doubts about about Biden but nationally in the same national polls we've seen where Biden support among African Americans has been dropping Bloomberg has been stepping in to pick up some of those votes so it's still a very fluid race I was done and I was down in South Carolina last weekend I running story about Joe Biden there is giving certainly sees it as a far well it's a place where he has to turn around has to bring Afghanistan voters out I'm a lot of folks a mistake thank you still can I talk to Jim Clyburn this week because most prominent Democrat a mistake he says if you like himself today Biden when did you go to the polls a mistake by can still has a lead he has not endorsed with Steve Benjamin the mayor of Columbia of the capital there said to me if your heart given select ability if you're coming in third fourth and fifth in the state photos of a start taking other look to different people he has a he has a foreman and stuff you want out of black pastors and state legislators and others who were with him right now the question is if they see momentum fading what do they do it what about Bernie Sanders the Vermont senator he won New Hampshire Kenny stitch together a coalition especially as senator Elizabeth Warren struggles on the left well if you want to enter any near you very nearly one Iowa he won the popular vote in Iowa and so from his perspective he ought to be the overwhelming front runner considered that way and use it if you win the first two states you ought to be on a glide path to the nomination however I I think you there's a lot of caveats around that from visit the so called democratic establishment right is there gonna just I was when I was a lovely there is absolutely there is and and they are fearful that Bernie Sanders candidacy would not be electable and and that's on the minds of a lot of democratic voters as well that's why people are flocking to favor judging Amy clover charm my bluebird because they so desperately just want to be trump they're willing to forgive almost anything else no that's not true of every democratic voter but it's true of a lot of the non Bernie supporters and so they this faction of the Democratic Party the sort of mainstream of the Democratic Party is saying you know just because he's able to win in a fractured field with twenty five percent of the vote does not show that he can be the standard bearer for the whole party that he can broaden his appeal versus being just a factional candidates what's going to be his challenge going for to see if you can consolidate more the party around Josh I remember when I first met shoes at Pete booted judges campaign announcement south in Indiana a year ago you've been covering his campaign closely as well as a narrow second place finish in New Hampshire how is he capitalizing as he looks not only South Carolina Nevada but super Tuesday well he started to really ramp up his operations in other parts of the country he's says that he now is going to have staff in every state that is competing on super Tuesday what's the message though the message is that he is a coalition builder someone that can bring people together and that is some of these other candidates start to drop out in the field windows that he will start to consolidate some of that support from these other moderate candidates but one of the things that we've heard over and over again from voters the cycles were talking to them around the country is that you know in Washington we talk about sort of the progressive lane in the moderate lane and they're not thinking of it that way you talk to Bernie supporters who say you know my second choice is that people are judging talk to Warren supporters you say my second choice is Joe Biden and so it's difficult to predict how that's all going to play out as the field continues to get smaller senator clover char you've seen minority candidates struggle in twenty twenty in this democratic race female candidates have had a rough time with senator clover jar suddenly comes almost out of no where in finishes a strong third in New Hampshire Kenshi capitalize on that quickly enough to actually make a dent in this race and and be a contender you know we've seen her kind of step up to seize the moment in her own words there she sees that they have momentum she things are messages starting to resonate with what is that message right now it's that message of this is what makes sense to me that you know you don't have to go all the way to the left to go over this with a super progressive candidate you've got to have someone who can speak to some of these parts of America that voted for Obama NO eight and twelve and then went to trump in sixteen you had a midwesterner come into New Hampshire and do surprisingly well and that is a very strong message for her whether or not it carries her for we don't know she's not pulling as well as some of the others and about and South Carolina but she's got momentum on our side and that's at this point in the race that
"foreman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Story about the foreman is accurate the federal judge should be appalled at what took place in her court room and she has a duty to determine what exactly took place in her corporate she doesn't even know right now she's going to proceed to a sentencing she should direct the DOJ to undertake an immediate and quick time deadline investigation into the foreman's behavior from her selection tear her tweeting if you wanna see interference by outside third parties and politicians in a judicial matter listen to what pelo C. insurer in virtually every Democrat in most of the media are demanding that main justice not manage line prosecutors line prosecutors are not even US attorney when the latter act in ways that are widely criticized as excessive and I'm just that would be preposterous and their constant demands for the attorney general's impeachment or resignation are intended twenty eight him and prevent him from acting responsibly that's what this is all about that's what this is all about so well I'm gonna move on now we're gonna keep an eye on this we're gonna keep an eye on this and we will continue to pound away because of I don't the hell is going to I don't say that would provide a which just said this is my background I know more about it than than a lot of people when I don't they bring in people who do and I'm gonna be posting about on this immediately just send something to Mister but is right when I read something to you this is from an op ed in The New York Times September eighth two thousand nine this so drew my attention way back when that I quoted from a Libyan tourney but I remembered and I went back the headline of this op ed and I'll tell you who wrote in a moment our one party democracy can two thousand nine any rights watching both the health care and climate energy debates in Congress to they didn't use climate change back then that will come later it is hard not to draw the following conclusions listen to this there's only one thing worse than one party autocracy that is one party democracy which is what we have in America no one party autocracy ladies and gentlemen is Marxism of fascism and combinations thereof so what this author saying is the only thing worse than that is one party democracy know what does he mean by that says one party autocracy certainly has its drawbacks but when it is led by a reasonably enlightened group of people as China is today as China is today you can also have great advantages that one party can just impose the politically difficult but critically important policies needed to move a society into the twenty first century it's not an accident that China is committed to overtaking us electric cars solar power energy efficiency batteries nuclear power and wind power China's leaders understand that in a world of exploding populations and rising emerging market middle class and for clean power and energy efficiency is going to soar Beijing wants to make sure that it's it's it's own they don't said industry in is ordering the policies to do that including boosting gasoline prices from the top down the first of all this description a red China is so outrageously fanciful in propagandistic that the writer is a is a mouthpiece free genocidal brutal regime but he goes on our one party democracy is worse about a week notice in that paragraph this op ed writer doesn't even know.
"foreman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Story about the foreman is accurate the federal judge should be appalled at what took place in her court room and she has a duty to determine what exactly took place in her courtroom she doesn't even know right now she's gonna proceed to set she should direct the DOJ to undertake an immediate and quick time deadline investigation into the foreman's behavior from her selection turn her tweeting if you wanna see interference by outside third parties and politicians in a judicial matter listen to what pelo C. insurer in virtually every Democrat in most of the media are demanding that main justice not manage line prosecutors like prosecutors are not even US attorney when the latter act in ways that are widely criticized as excessive and I'm just that would be preposterous and their constant demands for the attorney general's impeachment a resignation are intended twenty eight him and prevent him from acting responsibly that's what this is all about that's what this is all about so what I'm gonna move on now we're gonna keep an eye on this we're gonna keep an eye on this and we will continue to pound away because of I don't the hell is going to I don't say that would provide a which is that this is my background I know more about it than than a lot of people when I don't they bring in people who do and I'm gonna be posting about on this immediately just send something to Mister but is right I want to read something to you this is from an op ed in The New York Times September eighth two thousand nine this show drew my attention way back when that I quoted from it at liberty in Turkey but I remember and I went back the headline of this op ed in up tell you who wrote in a moment our one party democracy can two thousand nine any rights watching both the health care and climate energy debates in Congress to they didn't use climate change back then that will come later it is hard not to draw the following conclusions listen to this there's only one thing worse than one party autocracy that is one party democracy which is what we have in America no one party autocracy ladies and gentlemen is Marxism of fascism and combinations thereof so what this author saying is the only thing worse than that is one party democracy know what does he mean by that he says one party autocracy certainly has its drawbacks but when it is led by a reasonably enlightened group of people as China is today as China is today you can also have great advantages that one party can just impose the politically difficult but critically important policies needed to move a society into the twenty first century it's not an accident that China is committed to overtaking us electric cars solar power energy efficiency batteries nuclear power and wind power China's leaders understand that in a world of exploding populations and rising emerging market middle classes demand for clean power and energy efficiency is going to soar Beijing wants to make sure that it's it's it's own they don't said industry in is ordering the policies to do that including boosting gasoline prices from the top down the first of all.
Understanding and Treating Chronic Pain with Author Judy Foreman
"Today on by. I am talking adding to author G. Foreman Judy has written several books. All published by Oxford University Press. They are a nation in pain which was published in a two thousand fourteen. The global pain crisis which was published in two thousand seventeen and exercise is medicine and I will let judy till you a little bit more about herself. What made you start writing this book? A nation in pain several years ago maybe five or six years ago now I ended up with really severe pain in my neck and there was no car accident or injury or anything obvious that happened. Tipping Hunt over computer all day. Maybe that was part of the problem and finally you know like many many many people with pain. I went from doctor to doctor. And you know the one that she was a woman. Doctor just really didn't seem to believe me. It's a very common experience for people with paint and not be believed especially women. Finally I did get a diagnosis and an MRI and ahead. What they call spondylosis Spawned a low lists thesis. It's hard to say where you're vertebrae grace. SORTA slide forward over each other. They didn't actually like compressed. My spinal cord but they impinged on the nerves and it was very table and also end up with cervical Sonia that the muscle spasm ing in my. GPS muscle were so severe that my head got tipped to the left and I would take i. Don't get it straight using both hands. It was it was really a nightmare and I at the time. I was still writing my column for the Boston Globe so I was writing about pain and I realize in addition to being horrible pain was really interesting From a biological point win is not yours. It's really really interesting that right on Seo. I started researching this book and it turned out to be Very gratifying but also kind of there were things. I discovered that we're really horrifying One of which does have to do with gender which is women do get more pain than men chronic chronic pain talking about not acute pain and They also get it more severely than men and this is partly genetic. This happens in Animals as well and one of the most horrifying things I've found out was that despite the fact that women have a much higher prevalence of pain than men. Most of the very very basic scientific research is still done in male rats not female rats despite the government saying you gotta study both sexes And it's just like a rigidity of the science and the funding that keeps them from studying up female rats which is not. It's just completely nuts. It is says completely crazy it. I mean obviously there are differences and it only makes sense to study both it makes no sense whatsoever for it. Is there anyone standing up saying. Why don't study female rats? Well not officially but you know when you talk assigned to some of them say well we've always done it. This sway or funding comes in this way we don't females are too complicated. They get their periods. When will hey That's not a reason. Not to study his exactly tackling but in terms of pain. Women's is not as believable. You know it's it's an it's it's too bad and when one of the reasons for that is when they do brain scans people in pain. You know there's different sections of your brain. And they light up a characteristic way when people are in pain so if we could afford it we could diagnose everyone in pain by looking at brain scans that would be a very extravagantly expensive way to do it. But the LIMBIC system in the brain which is sort of the emotional processing center lights up more with women who have pain than men and that means that women feel it in a more emotional away presented in a more emotional way when they talk about their pain and that turns doctors off. Wow you know so. It's women are kind of in a bind because their brains. These are reacting to this pain with more intense emotions and one that they kind of get you know. Doctors often get turned off the Ryen unemotional woman. God forbid so we hear frequently that women have a higher pain tolerance than men. It from. What you've studied? Is this true. That sort of up for grabs But I think in many cases it is in some. It isn't but yeah I mean the the laboratory tests of pay nor are somewhat different from the clinical experiences of pain. But you many women do have a high tolerance of pain in the joke. Is that if men had to go through childbirth the race would die out because they wouldn't be able to stand the pain That's not really true. Women Women can withstand Chow Group. Luckily for human beings thankfully. Yes a quote that I highlighted in your book. You said women are both more likely to to get painful conditions that can afflict both sexes and to report greater pain than men with the same condition in this according to studies. That you cited in your book. I noticed a lot that fiber mile just seems to affect mainly women in. You mentioned this as well. I believe in your book. Do we know why don't know why it's it's a complicated problem and I think we don't really have a good understanding. It's one of those things like chronic fatigue syndrome. That a really not clearly understood. Senator Scientific seem to be very complex. I mean certainly only as you mentioned before. Hormones are big deal. Overall to vastly oversimplified testosterone which is found in greater prevalence trebling and men seems to protect against pain were S. Estrogen seems to enhance pain. Except not all the time Estrogen is a much more complex actor and goes up and down over a woman's menstrual cycle and Gordon over the light cycling before menopause and after and the results are very confusing to the point that many doctors are paying researchers. Now think it's not the absolute level of estrogen that's important but but the fluctuations look to Asians that tend to make things worse for women I mean Migraines for instance are much bigger problem for women than for men although to And migrants tend to be tied to a women's Menstrual Cycle. And you know what do you do that. It's it's really a problem and so so people that do get migraines consistently so you're saying that depending on where woman is in her cycle the migraine could be more intense. Weren't weren't revealed morning. Yeah it tends to peak around various points in the cycle and then then ever way and then peak again and it's it's a real problem for many many women. I mean. These migrants can be really life destroying. I mean there's a lot of good research happening and Rethinking of what it causes migraines. I mean it's it's not simple picture. We used to think of his blood vessels dilating too much. But it's a major problem for a lot of people legal and again that tends to the big genetic component as well and I read about that in your book and you covered that very well in your book. I'll thank you but just to tell people. I have a whole chapter on the genetics of pain which I found very comforting. Because and this is true rats and other animals that about forty to fifty percent of your susceptibility to chronic. Pain seems to be genetically determined which she is necessarily bad news. If you have those jeans but on the other hand you can stop blaming yourself. People often blame themselves for having pain and they're Not believe with feeds into the whole you know blaming yourself situation but really there's a huge genetic component and that kind of takes the sting out of the self claiming I think
Parasite wins Oscar for Best Picture, making history
"CBS news update there was no dominant film as Hollywood gave out it's Oscar Sunday night but there was something new and CBS news correspondent Steve foreman was on him to call it what a historic moment here at the Academy Awards for the first time a foreign language film wins the top off this picture the parasite room is just the way it is right now this makes history there are been foreign language films nominated for Best Picture last year Roma was a nominee but never before has a foreign language film won Best Picture Best Director too now among the best performance awards Joaquin Phoenix's performance as joker won Best Actor Renee Zellweger's portrayal of Judy Garland won Best Actress Laura Dern best supporting actress for her role as a divorce attorney in Merritt story Brad Pitt best Supporting Actor for once upon a time in Hollywood CBS news update on
Montco Man Arrested in Brutal Beating Death of 22-Year-Old Girlfriend
"Montgomery County man who police say told them his girlfriend was jumped by three women is now charged with her murder a wide W. suburban bureau chief Jim Miller reports twenty three year old Sabrina her Rooney was pronounced dead at pasta Memorial Hospital in Monday afternoon not long after her boyfriend twenty three year old Nicholas foreman brought her there in Hoover according to charging documents when first questioned by police Forman said he and Rooney read a barn oaks on Sunday night really got an argument with three women his socialist women followed them back to his home on Hamilton road and park in the township saying Rudy went up to fight them but he stayed out of it because he's on probation after the fight he says he helped her back to his house and took her to the hospital the next day when he realized how badly she was injured but the criminal complaint says the uber driver who took them home from the bar on Sunday night says they were arguing about a text from her Rudy's ex boyfriend Wednesday police checked foreman's phone they say they found a video of Rudy lying on the ground with blood buyer and there's a man's voice not recording calling her voter names and saying this is what a cheating liar guests
Bernie Sanders looks to continue momentum in Iowa
"The democratic presidential candidates get their first real test tonight in Iowa as the caucuses began forty one democratic delegates are up for grabs and the latest polls show Bernie Sanders is the man to be followed by Joe Biden feed good as judge and Elizabeth Warren ferry university Sean foreman says the winner will walk away with plenty of momentum going into New Hampshire but there's still a long way to go from here well the store looking for Florida matter when it comes time to vote here in March that none of the candidates will have a lock on the nomination he says Michael Bloomberg still in the race but he's not spending a
"foreman" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Law that prohibited sports betting. Our country and Dennis wasn't one who brought the challenge of dog did for years and what successful. Dennis knows a little bit something about the federal government commandeering state operated and licensed businesses in like in so. I thought he was a perfect choice for that well and as it happened then is Dennis. Actually I mean. This is a subplot Allen but Dennis says that this is a this is also going to be a comma deering issue if it if it ever gets to that point that he believes it's unconstitutional. Well I said that in my testimony two years ago and the Supreme Court had just decided I just weeks before The last hearing I pointed out the Congress that they are to the committee that they need to seriously look at the Murphy position issued by the Supreme Screen Court which dealt with calm during because I believed at the time and I continue to believe that this legislation is unconstitutional. But whether Dennis is right or I'm right or a wrong That's why we have courts and so this issue we'll get mired in litigation for quite some con we understand the intention of the legislation My view is that it's just if the federal government government were to somehow to become involved in our business. We have four bigger problems than just the issue of medication and those who believe that. The Horse Racing Integrity Integrity Act. Enactment would somehow solve our problems and make everything go away and everything would be fine and horses would not be breaking down on. Our racetracks are just simply leave. Miss being misled and those who are who are proponents for misleading the public into thinking that it's just not true and and that's what Yesterday I had mad hegarty before the Session started and then I I saw some of Matt's missives In response to certain quotes and in terms of being misled and statements that are just flat out falsehoods and and tired hackneyed tropes about lasix masking other drugs and about how the there was a couple that The MARDI that Mardi Irby said something that was it just made my head explode. I oh about how it's an epidemic of of breakdowns. When in fact the numbers keep look keep going lower? I mean how. How is stuff like this read into into the congressional record gross inaccuracies and misleading statements? All look we're not the only industry we're not the only Before Congress where Hyperbole seems to be and Soundbites seemed to be the way the the way to go. That seems to the way we operate in society right now whether it's social media whether it's before Congress.
"foreman" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"You know who the real thing is that you don't know where Muhammad tally kept talking. But we clip George Foreman and of course the myself. Floyd Patterson you know and it's going to happen in not talk about organizing. It is by one terrific puncher and we're looking at maybe deontay wilder guy hit whoo. But here's the here's the problem on though is after that fury fight which was an incredibly entertaining fight. Only yes they need to make that rematch right. Then and they didn't jury. It gets another promoter. Bob Arum signs a top rank and Bob Baron screws the whole thing up but they had the nation's attention when Deontay knocks him down and then he gets up like the undertaker and it ends up being a draw in the way that it was the rematch. Had to be made boom right then and there and now we're sitting was. How long has it been over a year and we still don't have a date on that fight? Don't think that will be another fight with those guys one scared glad of it. You're you're GonNa have a Ruiz though Joshua rematch. So yeah yeah that was incredible and even. Now that's the remastered everybody's looking for and I think Joshua the Mohammed me too when he thought spinks and the New Orleans he jabbed inhale jabbed in hill and of Aj Does the same. He'll be repeal recaptured. The title imitate that grabbing. What's chances of wilder ever firefighting? Aj Anthony Joshua. Yeah I mean I think that you've got to have fury first. And then if Joshua Beats Ruis in a rematch and then you get the fury wilder rematch and the winner of that faces faces. John it happened when it all happened when they are really using that George Foreman Real dan pain get a little older. That's when everybody started thinking. Let's fight right when everyone's older. Can you rub this on a bruised ego does it work for that You know you're just GonNa have to go home and let let the wife Patch on the back so one more question. I I wanted to ask you because I there's there's a community of boxers and people you know they they love the sport or they don't love the sport but when it's a lot of friendships that are that are made through boxing. Did you ever have to beat you-know-what out of a friend of yours. Not Not with me because all I needed one shot yeah and boom. I love your son that train with a guy you get to know a guy. Then you're in the the hardest thing I grew up I even liked always loved the Mohammed Ali. Cassius clay in the point and we'd all imitate him right and One it's time to fight. I had to really psych myself up because I love that guy. Yeah I had to hate him for a moment right and then went on for a long time until I realized his joy over the a years friends you can become the best friend. That's why we hug after box emits right right absolutely so we're we're GONNA get this. CVS or a wall right now lamazon. It'll come right to your door. Stuff really works Amazon prime. The George Forman realtime pain relief then. Knockout is the the knockout formula drop. You don't ever change. Ask yourself why it's all really road. Oh yeah of. Of course man man. I think he's talking about your work with everything you know. Forget that when winning action. I thought he he won't last long now all of a sudden sudden. It's all happened. Yeah he's a fallen the place and now he's going to have all of us following in his footsteps. George Very Nice George. Thank you awesome George Foreman on the fan all right..
"foreman" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"On behalf of the real time pain Relief George Foreman's it's a knockout formula and I'm sure that many years in the ring and got a couple aches and pains. That came out of it. Welcome good morning. It's great to have year. How are you George? I'm doing great especially with that real time. George Forman knockout formula pain relief on the feeling better all the time. I thought extra going to be with me failed him and now I can rub them. You know George You'd never change never change and his great and it's great to see you again and you're telling me he's actually the bag now. Yeah Unbelievable Punching coaching bag for over twenty years now always sore and I thought I'm GonNa have to live with this but I just decided I'm going to try some of the pain. Relief Formula Twenty eight disappears just like that and I can hit that bag now ready for a comeback. But I'm ready. I was GONNA say headline works really works. Stop hitting the baggage rich. I should do something else. I wouldn't think so but I think you also enjoy life pretty good don't you. Life is so good. I've got one fourteen grandkids. Wow three great grandkids and ten kids. I've had their names all all the time named them. Joy The name is John You live Mohammed Ali and Joe Frazier. Hit you on you hear the names you can go on the the name. You're GONNA remember Georgia. I'll tell you on the air. Now that my buddy here Gio is falling in love with the entree wilder I want you to see CBS sports. We'll put a picture up here so he could see what this looks like and show you just the closest that he has with the American heavyweight heavyweight That we both actually really do like it admire so what do you think of the heavyweights. It's back back to their offense. The loving embrace. Yes but I think that's beautiful young American heavyweight champion of the world right and he's not from anywhere anywhere but here he gets in Tuscaloosa man deep South you know right hand they will cream you put you to sleep your pain release release this time. Not Relief his fight against our tease in Vegas here. I'm going to be out there. I'm going to see that fight in. It was a great. I Ortiz Deontay this time is going to be balanced Ortiz now. No Hey look I can go ten rounds with this guy. I can beat him. Yeah and I think it's GonNa. It'll be a toe to toe fight in the end. Well I really hope that Deonte wins. Because if he doesn't it's going to take a lot of juice out of a wilder fury rematch which is really what everybody wants to see. Don't put the juice I mean. That's what happened when Mohammed Ali. The Second Joe Frazier Ali. It's going to be the biggest fight for it. And Joe Frazier faces me and Dell Longo joys. That time he goes down six times and it just rained on everyone's parade so don't expect the expected right especially in boxes oxygen as we talked to the great George Foreman all right so you make the transition out of your career into being a pitch manning being a businessman and it doesn't work for everybody but you gotTa sale if you'RE GONNA if you're not gonNA Latest speed once she started this perfume forgot the name of it now but anyway she said my dad told me if you learned to sail you'll never saw and you can box fair and have all the person in the world but money has has the will of this but you gotta learn to sail to avoid Starving wasn't you sold and you sold. How many George Foreman Grill Over when I sold the company like one hundred and fifty million those days unbelievable because it works right so so when that starts art. I'm sure you thought you'd have some success. Success and everything in your life but did you have any idea. No no no I thought they said look this thing work George. I expected about sixteen of them for myself. One for my mom my aunt my you know. I didn't expect those dangerous sale. I looked up in a million right so I said what they said. Two million what they expected grill but it works too. Yeah Yeah we we all had them in college right all the college kids have them but no is your personality. Got People all to pay attention to it. And out of all the athletes you know there are a lot of guys like Joe Nemeth and he was a big promoter and everything else but I don't necessarily know that there will ever be another athlete as successful so as you were with that grill. Maybe will be with this real time pain relief. I'm not sure The pain relief is a product that works and Athletes especially especially and it's basically hairdressers as you see some of the women who do the hairdresser. The knees always aching out. I feel sorry for them. I use is use this finally. I've got something that works and women can use it on the knees and guess what my kids come over grandkids and they wanNA play with me if you smell like GRANDPA and not coming back and run away but this w put it. Don't use smell nice kid hi GRANDPA and they hang around you for a moment. It doesn't the smell is great. Do I would think today's athlete like Shack reminds me of like the next coming right. Oh Shack is something else bigger than life. I I love him. Yeah he's gotTA use personality. Everybody loves to be around him and everything he's happy. Yeah yeah it seems like he's happy you can't beat. Oh happy. Happy happy out there who can beat happy. Nobody George Foreman in studio with us on boomer and Gio so you fight until the late nineties. You're forty eight years old when you're doing this. I mean I hi cannot imagine so. I'm I'm thirty seven and boomer says I walk like you know like I've got scoliosis everyday aching and pains. How did you get yourself self in that level of shape at that age of competed that high level I mean was it just your natural athleticism that allowed you to? Do you have to work so incredibly hard to get into that type. Soho is my wife. Sometime would drive me maybe seventeen miles away from home. Drop me off and say get back the best way you can. I love that ladies so much. Yeah I said I got heard back and get to her so I can spend some time with my wife. And that's what it was. She dropped me off and I just run in seventeen miles. Can you believe it when you got back. She was like damn he made a pack of back again but I was quickly backing and that conditioning is what helped me. I didn't get hurt right. It was always in shape even now got a muscle to how did you. How did you stop from my keeping yourself from eating like I didn't? I never was successful in vet. Yeah love up to eat today and you know you who my wife tells me right near Soup Day. George is Soup Day. That means nothing but soups. Yeah and I said whatever going to hang out with her I gotta eat what she say eat. Yeah that's helping me too but in boxing out of the cheeseburger they said. George you never going to be headway. Champion of the world as as long as you eat a dozen cheeseburger so I stopped eight eleven heavyweight man. You work out like that. You can't eat have to eat and get in these massive workouts because of my appetite I could eat so I'm sure everybody throughout your entire life is going to ask you about you know fighting Ali the fighting frazier and all of those. How about something? That's not common knowledge during that time like you know maybe rumble in the jungle or leading up to fight. Muhammad Ali like what. What's what's a memory of Muhammad Ali during your prime that you know that maybe sticks in your mind but isn't talked about as much? Mohammed Ali does reputation of psychic. The people out. He's always going to psych someone out so in Africa we never met. That never was a press conference then people say site you out. I never saw the guy until fight. Time yeah so someone had told him a story. I maybe add repeated at early coordinator girl and so we in the ring and I'm staring them down and he's like he dropped his head. He said George. You don't belong in here. I was heavyweight champion the world when you were in high school and I almost started laughing because that never had one be in high school. I told him almost laughed. And I'll never forget that because he was certain that was going to psych me out. I was like they told you I went to high school here. Right in the Middle Ring now the only conversation we I read where you said that he was by far the quickest Wikus Spider. Though that you fought yeah you hit me with the most fast right hand. I never saw like remember. I lost track boom. I'm on the floor in a referee's blonde to when I jumped up I was no more champion of the world and that hurt devastated me for years really because I was certain I could beat anybody. I'll anita was this on that right. Well that's the part that a lot of people don't talk about when in the fight game is is the mental aspect after losing. 'cause you've got so much confidence if it's especially as the champion and they have lost right and you'll never love. Well you think yourself you go into the room and you the heavyweight champ of the world and everybody know they can feel you yeah then and afterwards people in the airport. Who wouldn't look you in the eye with passion PECI ON BANG ON? You know it's GonNa be okay man that's hard to live through you. Wake up in the night trying to beat the count again. Yeah you beat the count. Until twenty years later I became after that bite became heavily a world again and that's the only time I could like sleep. They put me to sleep for twenty years talking to George Foreman habit a fight that that isn't talked about as much that you have a memory of is there there. Is there one out there. Yeah the one. I told you about the most courageous fight. This guy was told you cannot George out. He just got money on him and so the guy came out crazy staring at the need for like a bull and the fight started. And I said I'll teach you swung and missile by foot and helped me almost broke my back the roofs at break. And how did it again and I missed him by six inches and almost broke my back break. This time missed him by an entry and he failed he said I and later on. I was so disappointed. People don't candy wrapper do and later on. He saw me said he said you really wanted me to get up. Yes he said you wanted to kill me. I say yes he said why didn't get up. I'll never forget that fainting on and you didn't even hit 'em didn't even hit him so that was one fight. I'll never forget because the guy really thought he could beat me until I missed him. Alani that Guy Aaron Eastland Eastland Eragny. Karen Eastland well our party because I thought he was right. I was going to hurt radio. Sure I wouldn't get up either. See the size of his aunts. Unbelievable Handyman sledgehammers. Who is the hardest guy that ever hit you THOUGHT ABOUT NAME RUN LYLE and from Denver Colorado. He hit me so hard. It didn't even hurt. It was like what am I doing down here on the floor and I got up and knocked me down again. He beat me so bad that actually he fainted and I wanted to fight really beat me a bad. He kept knocking me. Felt like someone's rag doll. Wow he got the best of me now. Mohammed Ali Clip me. But I felt like you know I was going to get up but this guy was like why should I get up yeah. Do you ever think that we're going to get to a point where we're boxing is on. The top of mind of sports fans like a was win in your heyday gets that box and we got so much controversy. And that's the good the thing about boxing. Yeah after every box met you're going to be a lot of stories boy. This shouldn't have happened blue. He blew it he threw it. I mean that's what makes us the outstanding banding Outstanding Sport but it ought to be. We need a sport like boxing. Should never as long as they are truck drivers there will be good boxing. You I you know the the writer. Thomas Hauser right so I was interviewing him the other day with Gerry. Cooney asking him the problems with boxes and he's like it's the ABC's boxing oxy. Nobody knows who the champ is. What belt they wear there can never be never seems like there's any unification? Is there anything that could be done to to. Actually bring it all together or no. I don't think so. You just gotTa come alive in the imagination of the fans like Tyson. Right it was no more than any other guy but when he hit you everybody saw it and finally S. Two heavyweight champion the World Mohammed Ali..
"foreman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Foreman of my administration responsible recommend this article for things to do to make sure that the response is better very bad I don't know my son is handsome really passionate partnership can pass from the great great human they do it they're hard to find yeah as with the least amount two million people from our I don't think that's her fault though now does somebody on the board should be adding that although I mean it says Kyra Phillips forgets to turn off Mike but like at at if this job it's our job to turn our minds on and off yeah and but in in television that's up to whoever else found somebody with a board with a bunch of levels and they should be going as we pay attention and going over audio is on we turn it off even if it was to start to get a bit of a slip up they let that go on for a while this this one though this one this new one is pretty insane actually CBS evening news Nora o'donnell just took over at CBS evening news and she took over because a bunch of other dudes were creeps they're working there and Charlie Rose was fired by the network and one of the big producers executive producer name right cat Drogo got either had a lawsuit where you know they said he was doing so so it's like all all kinds of stuff so this week you have Nora o'donnell running this report and she didn't know or Mike was on in the report was about all of these allegations about not paparazzi what does how can I what was that story that we did this week about the singer who allow other three top class Placido Domingo the opera singer yeah Placido Domingo is facing all these accusations that he harassed people and the CV to pick this up here to all right we get to in a statement the mango said the allegations against him are inaccurate and quote I believe that all of my interactions and relationships were always welcomed and consent I'm like somebody else there the Los Angeles opera were to make that was now the director says it sounds like somebody else here like Hey you've been being creepy him doing all this stuff so somebody else's CBS news CBS evening news uses a right out of the reporters awhile do over to us in a statement to mean go said the allegations against him are inaccurate and quote I believe that all of my interactions and relationships were always welcomed and consent on like somebody else there the Los Angeles office it was now the director said it will hire outside counsel to investigate the allegations and Nora here's the thing so they that's how it aired exactly like that CBS news scrub the whole thing when they when they put the video of live people started commenting on the and they scrubbed the audio of her saying that so you can no longer check that out so what are they covering up daughter knows the person is just like opera singer guy I have no idea I don't know if you talk about people who were there are people who are there but always love those super candid moments with something like that happens it's it's exciting it's can be are there are a rise in what they're calling ghost restaurants you know goes restaurants are any guesses before I tell you Sabrina and ghost restaurants just a our new things so you have to consider that while they would call it a ghost restaurant because it's not there often are right like a pop up kind of thing you think yeah but I think they were called pop up at that point so I'm not I don't know I deal all right of stress stroke care what you think sealer I think it is restaurants that have come back from the dead like hops or steak and ale and close well not close at all actually but yet they get sounds like it could be right with a vote of confidence you Caroline bond is a zero owner of one of these places that they call it ghost restaurants they call it that because there's restaurants all over the place there's bunch in Tampa Bay no there's there's a a lot of these across the country and these restaurants there's nobody in sight nope nobody goes the rest of their seats and there's tables but nobody actually goes there they do all their business all full of a bunch of tablets with all of the delivery services you know there's I've I've seen a couple restaurants on like uber eats and stuff for I've gone is that up I've never heard of this place I don't know where that is and I'm wondering if there are places that operate there just just for that deliver it could be that they're saying these places they've got shares nobody goes in there everything is done off of these tablets with a book we got another order from doorstep delivery loop we got bereits we got it all of their stuff is done through those delivery services which is why they called ghost restaurants.
"foreman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"About american gun gun violence epidemic in the need for christians to approach the issue with boldness and love so we wanna have john on the show today to discuss it with us. Here's ears jon foreman it this week you know john wrote an incredible piece for us about the gun violence epidemic what's happening in the country in response to some of these <hes> just horrific shootings at the country's experience really <hes> in recent days and you know the piece really focused on the need for christians to approach the issue with boldness but also with love john. I want to get started with you. Man you know obviously asli th that you are incredibly emotionally transparent and that really comes across the piece. What was it about the you know kind of the things that happened in the country in the last week week or so that really struck a chord with you that you wanted to address them. I think it's not just me but i think we're all kind of becoming desensitized to these mass shootings and <hes> it feels somehow strangely normal and that's a horrible feeling and i want to <hes> kind of throw myself out of that situation. I feel like the the frog august in in the you know the glass and the water heating up and wanna be aware of it and i want to i ah i wanna i wanna be shocked every time i don't want to. I don't want that to become normalized. Do you think that <hes> john this is tyler. You you posted posted a video message mayor. You said that whenever you post when you write something like this. You're used to getting attacked from both sides. You take criticism. This is from the right and from the left or what you're saying. What do you think it is about your message. This message in particular that is kind of <hes> but is upsetting to the people on all sides of the gun controls last mass shooting debate. I think gun control is certainly a hot topic but i. I don't think it's just gun control..
"foreman" Discussed on Trial Lawyer Talk
"Welcome to trial or talk. I'm Scott Gloves gain. I'm psyched that today. We have Rafe Foreman. Who's going to share with US? A wonderful story that we're all. GonNa Learn from. Rafe really walks the walk and talks the talk of being a caring trial lawyer. He's one of the best listeners. I know certainly one of the best storytellers. I know he's incredibly creative. Incredibly Dynamic and he's going to tell us a story today about a case that he tried that really touches upon the ideas of how to discover a story in. Where is the story in your case? And what's the story that resonates in our gut? In what's the story that's going to resonate in the jurors? Got Rafe has been a fulltime law professor for the past several years but fortunately for us and our clients should have the wisdom to bring race into one of our cases Rape is now back trying cases. He's based out of lubbock Texas but Rafe tries cases all over the country. I've been trying to get him to come to California to try case with me for the past several years and looks like now. Maybe he'll have the time to do it so please enjoy. I'm very excited. Because this is truly as one of the best episodes that we've had and let's get started. I'm very grateful.
"foreman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Switzer recently released their brand new album native tongue and on Valentine's Day will kick off a massive world tour with colony house. We talk with frontman John foreman about how personal trials shape the new album and ask them to give us a behind the scenes look at some of the breakout tracks here is part of our conversation. John foreman. I wanna start with what happens the opener. That seems to really ask the big questions about purpose. And and meaning and sort of a why of things happen? And you know, I it seems to kind of find peace in sort of this not randomness alive, but the, but the unknown of life where did that come from? Because there seems to be a degree of kind of uncertainty Hinch in the song. Maybe. When I see this spring two or I'm going to be thinking Jerome, and that that, you know, change in every song find meaning in whatever phase of life, you're going through. But when I wrote the song, the this postmodern, maybe it's more of a modern notion that of control. Something that we all seemingly want we want introl. We want to be able to dictate where life is going. And yet I think most of that is in the losing. I don't know how much control we really have. Certainly of her own death or birth and a lot of things in between. And there's a surrender in. Acknowledging. Own. Limitations and. Coming face to face with the infinite, you know, that that is a truly healthy surrender. No, not simply apathy, but actually knowledge in my own limitations acknowledging might desires, and then embracing known branching uncertainty nut kind of what songs to do. And we felt like it'd be helpful to start the record with that. Like that kind of acknowledgement to render is a good place to start any conversation..
"foreman" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Store. Few today. Coming up later Jon foreman from Switzerland joins us. They have a new project that just came out. And we talked to him about that John has been a big billboard. Have you seen that any driving there when you get on the interstate and he's kind of reading? Yeah. They're up in life. They've made it they've really. Twenty years in. They finally. Behead to spend that propeller a few times to get the plane going. But now that it. They're playing the Reimann next month Huck or you're gonna go. Uh-huh. I don't think so any any major Christian artist plays the Reimann. You're there. All these labels Amy playing the Reimann that I like, I am there. Favorite venue? Have you been to show their surely? Yeah, I just love it is it haunted. One hundred percent very sensitive to the paranormal, and I will not be attending concert there. Switch foot or no sweat foot. Now, and when I die it will be plus one haunted because that is exactly where I'm going to stay question. Switch foot billboard. Is it is it the band, or is it just Sean Forman? It's actually just the album cover. Unfortunately. It was the band indoor John foreman. But but it's native tongue. Right. It's just out. There is like one rotating one right there that is all album covers usually. Yeah. I wish it was like I wish it was just fun John foreman. And this band calls a lot of tension in the something, you know. Documentary would get into the rock doc, the switch, you know, Jerry to breathe, you know, the rock doc, I'd watch it about the tensions. Have you been driving down? You're driving down the interstate. And there's a billboard still feels like a pretty antiquated form of of word out there. You know, this is this is definitely from a different era. This is pre internet pre digital era. And and you're looking at the billboard. You're you're driving dangerous situation. You're driving in your like, I don't understand. I'm looking at this billboard. I can't tell what it's trying to sell me. If is this is this is a cause if this is a an item like a product or a website that I need to go to I feel like more than any other form medium advertisement. Billboards leave me more stressed because now I'm going to get your car wreck. And I don't know what I'm supposed to be sold on here. The ones that have way too many words in there too small, and you can't make it out by the time. They'll give you a whole bible verse the Christian ones are the worst because they just get the entire the whole entire both testaments are there on the they're trying to give you many a lawful lot of theological biblical history. And one billboard. I will say this type of churches at typically put up billboards. They don't really have passers at are known for brevity. If you attended shirts that investing in billboards, the servants like two and a half hours easy. Every sunday. There's a lot of sweat a lot of screaming, and yeah, they're not. They don't really condense it. There's no like it's if it's tweet size. It's too big. I mean, you gotta have a couple phrases union. I mean, yeah. Like a second glancing up from the road. Yeah. My phone numbers on there. 'cause you're like how in the world. Remember the phone number? The I was in LA this week. They knew how to do billboards in L A because it's it's going to be almost all of them are movie or show or premiers. Right. That's it. So it's like this epic looking photo from the, you know, marketing of the show name of show date. And then maybe like the the logo of the channel. That's it. All I Bohm and it looks beautiful do Google it. If I care, I don't need the website. We. Billboard in Orlando. We should..
"foreman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Office pretending to have work that needed to be finished and through the window she could see the form in waiting when everyone had gone she closed her desk and she went out into the street at the same moment the foreman came out of the factory door they walked together along the street half dozen blocks to where she got aboard the streetcar the factory was in a place called self chicago and as they went along evening was coming on the streets were lined with small unpainted frame houses and dirty face children ran screaming in the dusty roadway they crossed over a bridge to abandon coal barges lay rotting in the stream he went along by her side walking heavily striving to conceal his hands he had scrubbed them carefully before leaving the factory but they seem to him like heavy dirty pieces of waste matter hanging at his side they're walking together happened but a few times and during one summer it's hot he said he never spoke to her of anything about the weather it's hot he said i think it may rain she dreamed of a lover who would sometimes come a tall fair young man a rich man owning houses and lands the working man who walked beside her had nothing to do with that and her conception of love she walked with him stayed at the office until the others had gone to walk unobserved with him because of his eyes because of the eager thing in his eyes that was at the same time humble but bowed down to her in his presence there was no danger could be no danger he would never attempt to approach too closely to touch her with his hands she was safe with him in his apartment in the evening the man sat down under the electric light with his wife and his motherinlaw in the next rooms to children were asleep in short time his wife would have another child he had been with her to her picture show and presently they would go to.
"foreman" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"And they're all looking to move over and the longer those guys exist the more difficult it's going to be for local law enforcement for state law enforcement to uh to compete just simply because they are not as efficient not that they're bad people i mean they're they're trying to do a good job and they've learned that they do it really do what they do with what they have really well but they're always underfunded they never have the equipment that they need they're all were constantly understaffed is turnovers high and you asked what's the solution to this well how about we try something that doesn't require the state just try it put it into effect in a couple of cities foreman out to private police forces let people pay to have extra security and then the natural question becomes will what about the poor what about those people who cannot afford security it's funny how these things really take care of themselves when you put these private these private companies to work if there is an option in order to provide security in those areas they will and the truth is there's always a way to make money at it and i guarantee you move to a a i i have no idea how they would do it but i can promise you this because i understand the free market if they put in private police forces rather than public ones not only would the rich have better security not only would they have better policing the so with the poor.
"foreman" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590
"Sms he one with fast growth there knipling the book foreman and it was at the mine in number one of those guys those miscellany the same he may be armed there will be guys government will hard jon may spielman sad main somo's mole contain baby you and you may and who are much me trump hey good things as i am as good as two hundred cabrera mentioned all this is two.