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"wellborn" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Think he was in starkville. Now back to what will bond said that that that is something interesting And we are going to talk about it in a few minutes. I mean he was very I'm trying to get the exact comment that he made. But he basically called Lane kiffin clown He's here it is he said i mean just read this lane. This is yesterday on on on. Pti with tony kornheiser. He said lane. Kiffin clown lane kiffin has been an embarrassment multiple stops. Nobody's going to run out there. Saying yeah i want lane kiffin right here on the logo representing me lane kiffin. Cute little story for guys like us who have to talk about sports everyday lane. Kiffin equals embarrassment at some point wherever he is in my my my response to wilpon would be simply that that may have been true eight years ago but but anyone who follows college football either up close like we do or even from a passing distance would know that what he said is completely inaccurate. And and i i always try to stay when somebody has their show. They can say whatever they want. I my job isn't to critique. Pti could work the rest of my life And ten more lifetimes and not have as as successful show as that is. But i think it shows michael's complete lack of understanding of college football and the current strata of college. Football to make a statement like that it simply. It's simply absurd comment. And i say that as someone who respects michael wilpon Who's admired him throughout my career But that that is a that is an inane and astronaut comment about lane kiffin. We'll take a short break lane. Kiffin will be joining us in just about twenty minutes listening to the paul finebaum show podcast lane. Kiffin coming up here in a few minutes. Look forward to visiting with him. Legend is up next. How are you legend. What's going on coach my friend. We're doing great. Thank you man. Thank you for taking my tile. Probably aren't you be on your show man. I just love you guys in the booth man. That guy's about yo hot soccer them you know toss again i loud commentators I will born. Did this this wages. I'll just frigging outrageous and stupid Uninformed lie on mile Wants to speak do stupid comments about lane just off that for you michael. Real orono hail You straw obama back. The having by browser no stain. The university allow obama. He would loosen Allowed us to come into the twenty first century. Free all set simply and set the phone day. Simple nick sabin to where two or three more championships. that the real true no case else. Michael byrne mix me about sixty percent of the fan base. How their way. They try lung cancer and will be chris and walk in the sidelines as the head coach at the university of alabama wages. What this man said. Paul happy because him and paul finebaum wannabe. That he does. Shell will both idiots and run them bios. This is trying to make a statement and it's fairly right. Paul bradley right on show can't stand the show for him to say what he said about. The lane. train is frigging outrageous and my book. Paul this is totally off. Line right. well you can be wrong in right and the reason why whether we agree the only thing that i don't mind wilpon bond saying anything he wants. It's his show. I do think it shows that he really tackle the subject and was using dated information about eight years old. And that's the biggest concern. I have For someone on a program. Like this. And i give takes every day on shows legend as you well know and you can disagree with them but i try to at least keep them contemporary as opposed to. I don't know what to say about jim. Harbaugh right now. Because i want to see if he's changed his coaching approach. But you you you have to. You have to be adaptable. And that's my issue with wellborn. I don't think he knows anything about laying different other than he got fired at se. I don't think he is bothered to check out what he's currently doing and he just gave a very dated antediluvian take yeah spew out. That is stupid mile. need it. Tim slapping because that's what they do is too many uninformed experts spewing out they mile we'll understand this you have a you have a you have shows on all day and it's endless. It's an endless stream of opinions and hot takes. And i don't want to act like i'm a virgin when it comes to but yeah i really don't care what we'll bond said. I'm not going to get all that upset about it Because i know that lane has a reaction to it and you'll hear it in a few minutes. Well i just want coach. Kill them to know if you listen the sec frigging loves. You did nothing but bring honor and respect to the university of alabama us. Nick sabin rehab. You graduated with honors brother. Thousand university be glad you free and head coach and my opinion make lease. We need to be number one on the free list brother. And hey talk about virgins the virgin Healthy little friend out there legend i. I'm always happy as you know to help anyone out. But i'm a little worried that. I don't think i can help matt. Yeah when i start asking for money my little out because you all saw bob call your local Or they asked for money. Catfish brother leave it alone. After you've started dating but asked for money before you've ever met that that's that's taking it to a different level. I do like me. I've given up women and turned the porn. So that's the best thing. If i could ask you to legend. You had the greatest line. I've ever heard from a caller About who you were versus who you are now after being a caller to the show in terms of the The availability and the and the and the style of the women that you've dated. Yeah well. I started fours applies but then i started tells about a year because my boss Get off. I'm calling the shot kentucky clough's lord all diarrhea lovey fall legend out Let's go to booker in new jersey. How booker hello paul. Now one thing. I'm gonna do. I'm going out here by me. Powell ball if i came on after after legend hit the jackpot Now listen. I told you yesterday that ohio state became we playing for the constellation bride. Let's go play in the rose bowl with now the day. I'm out on the cross. Bronx expressway with nothing but the tractor trailer. Parking lot coming back from new york back over here to jersey and you said. Help us pulse of those understand. What's going on in the big ten. I did say that yes dear. Now now listen I'm a. I'm a small author. I've been thirty six years. But i can't hide they still they steal where i'm from. You know my store. I'm a big can guide them pac tin guy and that was beaten up a lane kiffin. He doesn't even need to do their own thing. You gonna tell him in a minute. I know i wouldn't jackpot. Both of you have gone to the frank. How was school loose. Mcconnell really yeah. Yeah lane lane does a good job. I mean. I love lady. Costa southern cal When he made the statement you made the statement about what we pull southerners going to do. help us to understand what's going on in the team will Hobble is a life support. And i like i said yesterday. We playing for the constellation prize. Rolls voted four forty five in afternoon and the southern is not pulled up here in in the northeast in. I have to get lakeside yellow grits. I have automo- lies. And i get into piggly-wiggly liver pudding i'm afraid to ask what liver putting is Ah some of your calls. We'll call especially the piggly-wiggly brian But now back to the big ten Let's see yesterday. We play probably for the consolation prize. Now which would be to the rose bowl. But i'm not saying it's going to be in the big ten but there's going to be a munya mental upset this year in football there's going to shatter the world. He'll he'll also go through the roof. The dated that monday ousted happens. You're going to keep us in suspense any longer. Because we only have twenty seconds to go. No i'm not. I'm just saying i call it but it's gonna be a mazed. Iskoe earth shattering upset. Yeah i think. I know what you're talking about. Hey thanks for the call lane. Kiffin is up next..
"wellborn" Discussed on Agriculture Today
"Weed control in advance of fall wheat planting including a closer look at dealing with that notorious field bind weed. Then k states kelsey anderson onofre announces that the universities two thousand twenty one wheat variety disease and insect. Ratings report is now available to you weep producers also on the latest. Fsa coffee talk nicole wellborn reports that acceptance into the latest general conservation reserve program. Sign up has been announced and later k. Stage charlie lead talks about the new proposal to list the lesser prairie chicken as threatened and endangered species. All that ahead on this agriculture today this is agriculture today.
"wellborn" Discussed on From Scratch
"While the company has a niche feel alaba send can be recognized internationally. The lobby launched. Its first store on elizabeth street in new york city in two thousand six and was acquired by estee. Lauder in two thousand fifteen for bruce is originally from chateau ru in france. I wanna talk about just ones life and before we started recording. You were talking about the experience of a child to his mother. Do you know the scent of your mother. Yes yes i mean. She wears when of of my perfumes that she used to wear long-term in the past the smell of of the perfume. My mother was wearing when i was a child. Is something very precious timer. I catch a whiff of it in the street. I just back back. There in france brings back to the fact that we are all animals in the first place and that sense of smear played a tremendous roar early on in our development before we will or more erectus before we stood up. The sense of smell was mainly there for helping us to survive in the wild because we were basically very low vision was not helping us emerge to identify even a threat because would be surrounded by high grass. Just would would basically tell you as a threat coming. The census maywood death told you that this piece of meat is written. Don't eat it then. Then with evolution we actually brought some idea of pleasure and beauty to it which is my craft and. When did you know that you wanted to become a nose to make the factory life your perfect shit your profession. It began just pretty late. Actually i'm not. These are a lot of people in the fragrance. world wellborn perfumers Their father was a perfumer. in gaza. grandfather was perfume as the arctic legacies of perfumers. That's what you become but it became later obvious way for me to express myself after having tried many many ways through a writing music philosophy things like that but Once i discovered perfumery it became obvious that this was going to be part of my life. The idea of making his definitely is something that is central to my idea of meaning as a human being as an entrepreneur. Father is gonna incredible the power of of making things. I think there's a line in the torah that says make and you will know. Fay he saw in french the day. I read that line three inspired me. Was there a person of who was a knows. How did you come to it. I started my professional life advertising. And then i got hired by beauty. Group could loyal in france. I was very young. I was looking enough to Be of interning next to the news of loyal was called elizabeth car. The time we became there important in my life and we basically taught me a lot About perfume she had shaped my taste and she kind of gave me the first nudge to enter that world. And then i went in a little Seminar like i was by myself basically for a workshop with one of the best perfumers in the world could could who used to be the perfumo to him and he had a at the time he had a workshop in gas Where you were sharing his craft. And i went there for a week and And we had the the most beautiful connection and and and he was a moment for me to really Get a beautiful look behind the curtain of pushing creation. Now why grass. What what. Cross france Perfume mecca isn't it is kind of i mean it is It's on the riviera. Yeah it's village that is In a in a valley and it's true that There is a specific ecosystem. There that Helped a certain kind of rules to flourish and it's very precious ingredients in perfumery. Goes even back to the fact. That glass was actually a place. Where when gloves makers glove makers will we're actually based During the monarchy and To cover the smell of Leather and anymore skin they would use payrolls and he would use perfume to coveted and so there was the beginning of that industry happening there on top of it. There was this little micro. Climate was conducive to grow roses. And that's how basically the myth of costs became what it is today today. It is still a very important place in perfumery. but it sort of so to be honest. little disneyland as well the big perfume centers now are really based in new york and paris and Written in switzerland. What did your parents do. My father was a factory worker in tobacco factory. Tackle and my mother was a clerk in a new tony office. It's a very industrial place. there is not much to do. There is much much happening and are they still alive and it was your sense from early on that you wanted out Is that i've read. That is that true. Well i don't know if. I had the clarity that i wanted to escape I was actually. I was kind of how it very rarely without being out I used my mind. I was triggered child. And i use my mind to escape without even realizing that. This was a a coping mechanism. I remember my mom being worried for my wellbeing. Shoop into do. I was maybe eight and you can relate as a mother hit your child. She opens the door of my room and and lying on my bed looking at the ceiling and she was really worried that something was wrong with me and said you would just her. Yeah i'm okay. I i mean my thoughts on while i'm going far. Oh i think she could. Entry understand what was happening me neither. But now why i make sense of the cosmic part of of the that child which actually can find in my own now. So it's it's yeah that's beautiful. I'm going far mama. Did you call her mama. Yeah i mean my moines french but yeah i think really she. She was kind of worried she. She wanted me to fit in and she was not meeting our need for normalcy. I'm just like a harass. You're listening to from scratch. My guess is for breeze. Pinault co of the perfume company lualaba. There was a sense you thought maybe you wanted to be a publisher or writer. that's true. Yeah that's part of what i was saying before in the fact that at try I knew that i had something to say I wanted to move people I knew it was going to be with words with images with cora's With music i had. I had to find my craft and and familiar happened to be on the way. And i and and this was an alibi to really Try to create beauty And my needful beauty for myself and and and my need to to make life of people we talk about your mom being worried. Were you worried at that moment. Like at l'oreal where you had been meandering a little bit dabbling in this and that and advertising and before you landed with elizabeth at laurie all the Re you at all worried about yourself or no. It was sorta just part of this journey. Were because by that time. You're in your twenty year. Late was no was actually twenty two twenty three still so young. Well the truth is. I was born anxious so i was always worried. But he wasn't worried about so much about myself. I think is maybe something genetic but it's it's it's worries a is a is a is a big subject in my life At the time. I was not worried for me because i was carried away by by youth and success. Or what you would call that at the time and and adventure Yet very quickly. I felt i mean. After a few years i felt like a lion cage and i knew that my life had to be something then working yard for corporation. So you worked for laurie. Al both in paris and new york. No worked for them in paris And then when. I decided to leave after more than five years I had a non compete work. I couldn't work anywhere in europe which actually brought me to new york. This was in two thousand three. What did you think. I actually think i'd been twenty four hours in new york before just for an internship like a seminar loyal. Then i came for interview after i'd left With that man could roja. Schmidt was the president of pregnancies for perfume. House here in new york basically changed my life by hiring me right away Even to my english was even worse than the one you can hear now and He he did. Take a bet on me so i moved to new york with two suitcases and I had no doubt that i was doing the right..
"wellborn" Discussed on Cheers To Business
"Then don't be afraid of a long list of deduce and logistics to make it happen. Just start with a simple decision. Just jump just jump right in and don't go too big right. I mean that's one of the things that we did. We started small. Let's test the waters the first year we had you know one hundred hundred and twenty five people. The second year we had one hundred and fifty eight hundred sixty people in this year. We'll have about the same. And we've said hey. Let's just stay at that that level. We don't need this to be a big massive event manageable it's manageable and and this is just a fun thing to do. Now i do have a bit of a vision for it to be a franchise event all around the country. I mean i think it's got that kind of legs to it but right now we're happy to do it right here in mobile and if we tend to if we decided to grow it then we will i. Now you've made everybody thirsty and excited to go to this a bit. How did they get tickets. They go these. These things are gonna fizzy fest dot com. And what's interesting is busy. F is easy. I we have a little bit of a different spell. Physi- fest dot com. Also they can go straight to bright and search for physi- fest so they have questions or want to partner up with you to get in touch with you. There's an email address through the website. It's bubbles at physi- fest dot com. We're we're Facebook page book. Instagram as well and so certainly reach out to us My check all those and and would love partners to come and enjoy. Oh i forgot one thing. The battle house hotel his to be a partner nice and so we have a block of rooms. For great rate. I think one hundred and thirty nine dollars for the friday night before or the saturday of if you wanna come downtown and make a station out of it. Come have girls night or a date night or whatever. Do maybe friday night in the hotel and fizzy fest saturday morning or come to busy fest and stay in the hotel saturday night. Shout out to the battle house. I've never stayed there. Ooh it's pretty fancy and a pretty cool spot they do. The whole committee has decided. We're going to go to the spa after physicists. So everybody come join us on saturday. June fifth levin to two at the history museum for physique fest two thousand and twenty one and then head over to the ballot spot with us. So why eleven to two. I'm curious because we wanna do brunch specifically and an ambiance. We started at ten o'clock last year and people were three sheets in. Yes oh like let's start a little bit later and some folks in you know went on to some other bars downtown and part of it is we want you to go and experience other restaurants in support of the restaurants downtown on saturday afternoon schnookered. That's right that's why you should get a hotel room at the bell house for pre book. Your awesome thank you so much for coming on the show. You're welcome always a pleasure to chat with you. Pretty soon johnny. I'll have to best of lady will. That'd be fun please. Be sure to subscribe to cheers to business. Podcast on itunes or anywhere else that you.
"wellborn" Discussed on Cheers To Business
"Is it makes you. Smile does make me smile. All right so you got your location down you got. Who's the beneficiary is. What's next we'll next week went to band and again we've been lucky. We've used the same band all three years. The band swing band swing jazz and it was wonderful female singer and it just fits the the venue just kind of high end. You know. you're spending one hundred dollars. We want you to dress in your you know brightest colors white linens and come and dance and enjoy food and it's a bubbles and brunch type of events so there's brunch food they'll be oysters. I'll be cheese and chocolates and anything that goes well with champagne is what we're going to have on the menu so so jazz music Though because we haven't talked about is there is a silent auction so we will have a twenty or thirty items auction and all of that. Money goes directly to the nonprofit. So that is one way that they can help. Us is to develop the silent auction. Anybody listening if you would like to donate to on auction that would be super just busy. Fest dot com and send us an e mail and We would love to feature some local businesses and local artists and You know help. Brace more money for the clotilde exhibit. Okay you want to crochet black. yes that'd be. you know what you could make. You could make a champagne bottle cousy. I can't do that. That would be fun. Okay okay 'cause you make little little sock. Yeah that can make socks so now. I've got to go get a bottle of champagne. So that i can. You know what's is to make it. You can do it. That'd be great thank you know. That'd be super. Yeah we and i would encourage you when you go to the store next. Maybe try a kava so we try to protect today. You've had sparkling wine try a kava and it's a little as a spanish sparkling wine. I'm going to break a window a house. You know that this be care of never always point. The ball away from is glass and light bulbs okay. Have you ever busted something. I've not fortunately. But i will say last thursday here at container yard. One of the interns open a bottle and he didn't cover it up and it shot straight up towards the top of the container goodness. It's solid medal. But it scared the living jesus out. Everybody was like a shotgun. They're under significant pressure. So you wanna be careful. Oh there's also if you get really adventurous. There is a thing called savoring champagne bottles. Have you ever heard of that. So you have to essentially freeze the bottle. And then you literally. And i'm gonna nobody can see this but i'm going to show you you hold the bottle and you of course directed away from anybody and so in the cork is in the bottles before you've taken workout you take a knife and it's about a twelve to fourteen inch knife and you slide it on the neck of the bottle and then you hit it right at the net here and it pops. The top of the bottle you do that. I don't know yet how to do it but for christmas. Johnny gave me a sobbing knife. So i need the practice johnny for the win my friend. Melanie knows how to do it. And she came the first year in did it at the event and i'm hoping that she'll be able to come this year and Be sabourin are in how save laborer. I guess is how you say that that school. Yeah it's pretty neat to see you. Can google it so you get you get your band. You got your food. You got your all that normal stuff..
"wellborn" Discussed on Cheers To Business
"A champagne cocktail bar. So moses french seventy-five some other things like that and then came as all dutch. Do custom ice cream with for seco- and then in the main hall will be where all the tastings are so there'll be a table the way we organize eat before tables one for sparkling wines one for champagnes one for psycho and one for kava so you can go and taste them and because really truly where this came from is i want people like you who've like maybe had champagne in the past and didn't really have a relationship with it. You can come try twenty something different wines and find something you like. 'cause they're as many chardonnays orders many merloz as there are there just as many sparkling wines. You know i'm gonna go by ticket right. I would love that great. I probably a good time. I might not be able to go but Go get your tickets right. That's right well you can send somebody in your spaces. That's right that's right all right so you know who you're given the money to so that's probably decided it gets bigger conversation because it involved a lot of been new and different things with them. But every year we've chosen a different nonprofits. The first year was the mobile arts council. The second year was restore mobile in this third years. The history museum of mobile and we will look for another organization next year. Will you put it out there. So people can volunteer ideas or just the board probably right now. It's been the board just because we also don't want to be inundated but a lot of organizations already have events that they do but because this is a small group and it is volunteer time. We want to do something we're passionate about. So that's honestly the priority in selecting the nonprofit should be. I think it should be. But what do you guys about bright All right so what kind of town long do you have to have. What do you start. I you know it's coming up like this year you've been through it. Before was the first new so locations. I then dates because we actually had a date earlier in the spring and we decided to push it back again because things weren't quite ready i think we innovate and we could have done.
"wellborn" Discussed on Cheers To Business
"But that's something you have to account for. Yes cost of it. You can't go without it so once. We have the location in the day. Then we need to think about marketing. And now you're an expert of marketing. Well you have a doctorate well almost almost in yes and because this is a nonprofit event and it is a shoestring budget. We've had to get creative on that. So the majority of our marketing is done online. It's really word of mouth so obviously the website facebook instagram twitter. Even we're active on all of those channels we've Tickets are event bright. Which has its own set of marketing channels and a question. Do you give anybody tickets. Maybe that other people follow well so we will do some trade tickets for Influencers so we actually one of the the girl who instigated this whole thing. My friend carey. She had a brilliant idea two years ago to look at local influencers so we hosted a. We will do it again this year. A pre event preview so two weeks before the event we will host a preview event for local media and bloggers influencers so raewyn shankar. He's a great partner and he's a sponsor he camisole dutch seraing that because she's a member of his network. Amanda gibson with lemon baby love all those people have been on this show. They're all such great people so They'll all they have been super helpful in helping us get the word around and we continue to look for other influencers. There's some over in baldwin county that we're trying to connect with because we want folks from smart. I don't know anybody else doing that. Off the top of my head probably orbit anybody. I think it was actually a really good idea. And on again. I give credit to carry for that idea and we've just implemented the last couple of years but we'll we'll do it again this year and It's a great way before the event to get these loud mouse only allowed to talk about your event. You said that. I love them all. And that's why we love them as they they're create content generators and they have great followers and their people love them and so if they will even this event than than we hope to their followers will too all right so what else. Well i will say what has made a difference for fizzy fast and the reason why it's been so successful and the reason we were able to pull it off that first year in six weeks and even last year because of all the craziness is i have a wonderful group of friends who stepped up and said i want to be involved. I want to help. How can i help. And there's probably eight of us and games. That's not a big committee for putting together an event like this but everybody's got their role. Everybody does their job and we love spending time together so of course it every meeting we have champagne so you know you can't beat the that's a great meeting to attend you know. I'm part of a nonprofit cool kindness and so you know back in my cpa life. I turn did the five. Oh one eight three things we made it happen. And then we were holding an annual event mardi gras for kids and for an hit. You know heather pepper corner. We miss a much Was part of that. Donated the place and i mean i did the mc. We did all the necessary things and actually started pulling off an again. Kobe hit But you know. I know ginny and i know she's not gonna let that stop her there..
"wellborn" Discussed on Cheers To Business
"Easy and and that's probably where i started with with moses and champagne pat those. Yeah and so it didn't really matter the quality of the champagne but when you start to drink individual champagnes or sparkling wines. You can start to appreciate the differences between them all okay so for the listeners. Today you took something you love and you turned it into annual event. Yeah and that crazy yes. How do you do that because basically when you do that. You've made a business or something yes. It is a nonprofit benefit. It is a business. Because i run it as part of my business. But essentially all the prophet. We give to the nonprofit that we choose every year but essentially what happened was three years ago. A good friend of mine said hey. Let's go to this festival and atlanta. And i said i can't go and then she said well there's one in new orleans. I said. well. I can't do that and she goes well then. Why don't you just start one. And i said well okay. The challenges on down the gauntlet essentially what happened. And then i happen to be giant mobile. We happen to stopping domke market met. I love domke market. And she's so great. And i just said hey. What do you think about this. And she goes. That sounds like a great idea. And then i did a quick search for like national bubbles days something to look for a date that made sense will. The first saturday in june is National bubbles day. Well this was. Like i when i had this conversation almost exactly three years ago and I was like all right. Let's do it and we literally through that first festival together in six weeks. How many people were there about one hundred and fifty about. How many do you think will be coming up to one hundred seventy five okay We intentionally keep it small to your point earlier about the pecan festival. That's a huge event. We don't want this to be a huge event. It's meant to be a small intimate event for people who appreciate champagne. It's not meant to be like a beer fest when you are downtown for six hours and drink four thousand beers now..
"wellborn" Discussed on Cheers To Business
"If you have something you love and you want to share it with others then don't be afraid of a long list of to do's and logistics to make it happen. Just start with a simple decision. Just jump just jump right in. Hey everybody welcome to the show. Today we have missed they wellborn. Who's coming back on the show to talk about. She's taken something that she loves and she's turned it into a net and it benefits the community local charities small businesses just bringing us all together to have a good time and drink some bubbles. You know. I don't know if i can get enough The stories where people take something they love and have the passion for and they make a business out of it. hey i'm karen i'm a former. Cpa entrepreneur business consultant with big ideas. Welcome to tears to business. Stacey wellborn.
The Yogurt Shop Murders
"Today. We're gonna be talking about another harder incredibly intriguing but again the details in this will be difficult. This is a famous austin case. A four teenage girls found dead in an incinerated yogurt shop. This is the yogurt shop. Murders and december sixth nineteen ninety-one. It was a chilly friday night. In austin texas fifteen year old. Sarah harbison and her thirteen year old friend. Amy eire's or airs again apologies. If i get names wrong. Were at north. Chris mall in downtown austin in nineteen ninety-one they were milling around shopping. Just kind of killing time until sarah's sister jennifer and her friend and coworker allies at thomas. Seventeen with their late shift which would end around eleven pm. jennifer analyzer worked at the. I can't believe it's not yogurt. Shop located in the hillside strip mall blocks away from north cross mall. I can't believe it's yogurt. Is something that i was familiar with but again it's a very it's kind of a heavier. Texas chain founded in nineteen seventy seven. It's a pretty cool job to have. I can imagine as a teenager. You know easy kind of fun. i would also imagine. Sarah was excited that iran ten pm when she went to help jennifer analiza close up that she was. You know getting ready for her weekend. It was friday night. They were all going to to a friend's for sleepover party afterwards. It's it feels like a very. And this i think is what gets me too. It feels like a very like typical nineties. That i would have absolutely been part of and i could see myself in this specific time and place just before midnight austin police department officer troy gay was patrolling the area. He noticed smoke rising up from the strip mall. Gear reported as a fire and firefighters soon arrived on the scene as they were extinguishing the blaze. They saw it wasn't just a fire. It was a murder scene jennifer. Sarah amy elisa were dead. All of the girls were naked bound gagged with their own clothing jennifer. Sarah eliza were found deep in the store and a kind of supply closet clustered into one corner allies. And sarah were stacked on top of each other while jennifer lay close by legs were spread wide open. One body had an ice cream scoop placed on it. They were all shot in the back of the head. Execution style with a twenty two lead bullet. Sarah's hands have been tied behind her with a pair of underwear that she had also been gagged with and she was raped. Jennifer was not bound but her hands behind her back. Elisa have been gagged in her hands were also tied behind her their bodies were burned almost beyond recognition with napkins and other flammable items from around the shop on top of them clearly used to help burn their bodies. They also doused and lighter fluid. The fire was so bad in the room. Austin reporter. Dick ellis recounts the melted. The top rungs of a heavy aluminum ladder in the back of the store. Amy's body was discovered alone in a room closer to the main dining area. She was not as hard as friends but she received second and third degree burns on twenty five to thirty percent of her body. She was found with a sock like cloth around her neck. She had been raped shot similarly to the others but the bullet had missed her brain. She had a second bullet which did go through her brain hitting her cheek and exiting through her jaw based on the patterns in the rooms. Killer may have stacked all four bodies on top of each other but amy had pulled herself off and managed to crawl out to a different part of the store. There was five hundred and forty dollars missing from the store itself. Police also deduced. The two guns had been used to commit the murder suggesting there were multiple killers in the days. After i mean everyone was obviously incredibly upset but of course a lot of cases that we talk about lots of mistakes were made and lots of people were suspects. The police department had over three hundred suspects initially and lots of false confessions right out the gate. The i suspect was a fifteen year old maurice pierce who was caught with a twenty two handgun in north crest mall the same night as the murderers. The same gun used to kill at least one of them. Eight days later he was brought in although he initially promising information after tough questioning detectives decided maurice was trying to get himself out of a gun charge and eliminated him and his three friends that he had implicated. Michael scott roberts springsteen forrest wellborn. All of them were under seventeen. When pierce's gun was tested. The ballistic showed it didn't match the murder weapon. Also fingerprints and hair collected from the crime. Seed didn't match any of the four teens. Eventually the investigators just moved on still austin looked feverishly around for the person or people who could have done such a terrible thing
"wellborn" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"wellborn" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We're listening to NPR news in Washington. Chinese state media is reporting that neither Oracle nor Microsoft will by the U. S operations for the popular video sharing at TIC Tac, Both U. S companies were in negotiations with Tic Tac's parent company after the White House threatened to ban the APP from the US over privacy and national security concerns. President Trump had said a September 15th deadline for the Chinese tech giant to find a buyer hearings air set to get underway today to investigate why a cargo ship capsized off the coast of Georgia last year. As Molly Samuel from member station W. Ay be Eve reports the ship was leaving deported Brunswick with more than 4000 vehicles on board. The Golden ray capsized last September. All of the crew were rescued those somewhere trapped in the ship for more than a day. Coast Guard Captain Blake Wellborn is leading the investigation in the most important pieces far short of the safety recommendations to keep these types of things happening again in future, Wellborn says A full report on the cause of the capsizing could take another year to finish. Meanwhile, the Golden Ray is still on its side on the Georgia coast with the car's still inside. Salvage crews plan to begin cutting the ship into pieces and removing it next month for NPR News. I'm Molly Samuel. The search continues for a suspect who shot and wounded two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies over the weekend. Surveillance video shows a gunman opening fire on the deputy's patrol car in Compton Saturday night. The two officers underwent surgery and are expected to recover. Officials have offered a $100,000 reward.
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"wellborn" Discussed on No Agenda
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"wellborn" Discussed on KTOK
"January fourth RL Wellborn is fussy county Undersheriff information, and we started looking for a certain area, and we've able to find it. With other agency stats what he told news four temple police say they received information on Friday that the. The bodies might be fescue county a man's facing charges after last week's hit and run collision that killed sixty year old Tam repulsive, Oklahoma City, white Chevy pickup truck struck her. And then drove off police sergeant Gary night says it happened on Friday near south west thirty eighth. And then now police say twenty five year old Louis Soltero is in custody in connection with Paulson's death. It was the apparent overdose of an infant that led to the arrests of four adults in Carter county beliefs were initially called an Ardmore home last month after a report of an unresponsive baby. The infant was flown to Tulsa hospital where doctors later determined the baby had been given a powerful prescription. Sedative police also say the living conditions in the home were deplorable four adults Marcus Mason, Holly Mason, Jeremy Mesa sharing Mesa all are facing child neglect charges. The Oklahoma City council has approved new rules for people who rent. Houses apartments or bedrooms using home sharing services like Airbnb people offering rentals will be required to get a twenty dollar annual license and the properties must have working smoke detectors fire extinguishers and carbon monoxide detectors people who property that is not their primary residence..
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"My heart is in Gamay Ohad and make you forget about it. Mackenzie Wellborn you're the judge at eight hundred six eight to one zero seven five the great ABC D or F man kisser her. Go ahead. I'm going to go with a B. I think the Camila Cabello portion of your mash up was a lot better than the Santana portion, but I like the guitar playing. I like the artistry of being able to match those two songs together. And I think you have a lot of talent I'll go with a B for overall. All right. Katie hangman kisser that is exactly what I was gonna say. I really like Camila Cabello it so many ways portion of the song the best the Santana the other guitar playing. A raw was fantastic. You are very talented there. The Santana singing was more like sing talking for me. And I just I didn't really showcase anything for me. But the Camila Cabello part I liked I give you a b minus. Thank you. Or I think all things considered your confidence isn't a for. Sure. I think the originality putting things together like that a for sure for your age. I think be I think overall for any performance, I would say a C overall for that performance. But you have a foundation I think you're only three years older than my daughter does she again thirteen for your age and a for all ages. I would say a C, but you have such a great building blocks great building. I mean, you have a lot of potential. I I would say Jason Goodman. I agree with a lot of what Jared said at first I was like the vocals was off to me a little bit. But then when the Havana part came in. You saying a lot higher? It's like you belted it out, and you could hit those notes and there there was like control on these notes as well. So I thought that was so good. But the other part wasn't so good. So I'm gonna fall in the middle. I'll give you a C. Plus, but as Jared said, you're definitely talented and a little bit more can get you to that. A and you have the potential to get that. Thank you. All right. Very good. It will put some information of MacKenzie. Wellborn music has already has an EP out. I mean, she's doing big things at thirteen years old. Very impressive has a great attitude, which is also a big deal attitudes in a as well. That doesn't always happen. When people come in here. Now, it doesn't we've seen it firsthand much older people adults who have walked out of the studio in the middle of the grading thirteen thirty five that didn't go. Well, all right MacKenzie. Wellborn we appreciate you coming in. And it takes a lot of courage to get up there and saying you did a great job. All right. There's a new Gillette at have you heard about this? Oh, yes. And we will be posting it as well. And there's a lot of controversy. If you've seen the ad. You have thoughts about an eight hundred six eight to one zero seven five we'll.
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"How do we play is? This anything got some stories in front of me. I'm going to tell you about these stories, you tell all of central Indiana. If anything or not something we should be concerned about something we need to have a further discussion about four if it's crap and we all move on. Is this anything? There was a fugitive in Baltimore. You had the street nickname of doodoo. But. I'm sorry. Do but that was his straightening the fugitive in Baltimore known as doodoo but was arrested in Pennsylvania Monday. He was wanted for attempted murder. Not quite sure how he got the nickname of doodoo. But but there's nothing better than one straight laced. News anchors have to tell you a story about a guy named doodoo. But it appears that a twenty one year old Baltimore man known by the alias doodoo. But was arrested for a road rage style shooting ward, aka doodoo, but. Murder and was arrested in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Warren, no word on how he got that. Alias. Something I don't understand why you would do that news story in the first place or mentioned, his alias, his real name other van the fact that radio stations in you. It's going to go viral. And they're gonna get clicks on this story. And that's why they did do. Please just Wellborn appears at a twenty one year old Baltimore man known by the alias doodoo. But. Shooting. One reason was wanted murder. There's only one reason why they even do that story or make reference to his street name. They arrested the gay to get his real name. They mentioned his real name just at minute and say, hey, we want to get a lot of clicks on this. We want to get a lot of attention on this. I don't know much about the crime scene in Baltimore of. And I know there's a lot of it. But maybe this is a popular guy. Maybe this is somebody that the residents now all the doodoo, but oh thank God was flocking my doors at night knowing that doodoo, but was still out. Not Chris rock's nickname in new Jack city was awful kooky. Who cookies that are awful street name? That's the first thing that came to mind, I'm trying to think about other awful street names. Might.