36 Burst results for "17 Years Old"

Seeking Knowledge About All Possible COVID Treatments Does Not Make You an Anti-Vaxxer

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | Last month

Seeking Knowledge About All Possible COVID Treatments Does Not Make You an Anti-Vaxxer

"Doesn't really know what to do with us. So they mislabel us as anti vaxxers, which is not true, obviously. We just ask questions. Then they say, oh, you don't take COVID seriously. No, it's actually we take it more seriously than you. We take it so seriously that we're exploring treatments and we're also honest about populations, body weights, whether how underlying conditions of who actually might be seriously at risk. If you're a 17 year old that place high school football, you are not at serious risk of having even a difficult time with let alone dying from the Chinese coronavirus. The data shows that. If you're a 78 year old, even vaccinated person who's a chainsmoker and is significantly overweight, you better know treatments. And so this was our advice all along is that every single American family in your home, you better have a COVID ready pack. You better have a steady dose that you're taking already to get your vitamin D levels up. To get zinc to have zinc to be able to take vitamin C does very basic things. Eat a nutrient rich diet. Get exercise, not be fat. Basic things. But instead, and this has been the great disservice the vaccine propagandists have done. The false promise of the vaccine. Is that people did not go do their research? They did not properly equip themselves with all these different things. They said, oh, I just got to get the vaccine. I'm going to be taken care of. And what it did is that it disabled the population from being properly alert and informed if and when they get infected with this virus.

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Fresh update on "17 years old" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:29 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "17 years old" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"5 years We're so kind of asleep And The Rock here's red green the monster Game through the night that our planet was still there was this Over the last And the Nicely done Very hopeful Oh wow Wow very powerful Well that was some of the pregame ceremonies Now we get ready for the Purdue national anthem to Purdue introduction to the line I'm not the Purdue anthem forget that I don't think for you But let's hear a Purdue Ed guard number 23 Jayden Ed guard number 55 not just in front of it Head forward Number zero mason Gillis And at center number 15 Zach ED Purdue is coached by Matt painter He's assisted by Brandon Brantley Henry Johnson and Paul lost So again for the boy makers Isaiah Thompson will start He's a junior from zionsville Indiana 5 and a half points the game Jayden ivy will start of course 6 four sophomore His mom of course the coach at Notre-Dame the women's coach Jay 90 16.3 points the game He's got 50 assists on the year There are three point threats sasso stefanovic He is hitting at 40% He's 40 of a hundred for the year from three 11.2 points per game You've got mason Gillis who is 6 6 two 30 a sophomore from Newcastle Indiana 7 and a half points the game for him and you've got Zack idi at 7 foot four 295 pounds We matches Kofi inside as far as width He's also got a little long longer arm reach He does He has a little bit longer arm reads with his one thing he does not have that the big fella has an S those fast feet you know So that's where Kofi's advantage is going to be the night is really one hit get up there and then of course in transition So again the boy makers go Thompson ivy stefanovic Gillis and 80 you'll see a lot of on Williams 6 ten senior Aleister Chicago The flames are flying I don't know how they do that but man you can feel the heat all the way over here and here they go with the starting lineups declared From Wellington Florida Number one Illinois Number 20 Will you go with me like I'm doing 'cause my cube is also hundred grand It's just stupid I got one up I shoot it I got bitch Puerto Rico Number 11 That's forward from Oakland California Number three Jacob Spin them hotter the drink when they get in the streets And it's center from case syndrome Number 21 So far is gone where's Poland The Illinois basketball staff the decision athletic director of operations Joey Biggs Jeff malek Anderson Anderson and gesture Fraser And it is 50 years head coach of your fighting line Brad I atop the conference This would be a big one to get as they take on Purdue here today The boy makers ranks 7th in one pole 5th in the other The line I 24th and 25th at last check that may have changed here in the last little bit and tip off Let's pause ten seconds and allow our network stations to identify themselves back in ten seconds for station ID on the busy bank line Sports Network from left field This is 8 90 wls a.m. Chicago 94 7 WLS FM HD two Chicago a cumulus media station Well I think the crowd is ready We're ready Oh yeah Three man officiating crew today boba Rousey DJ Carson said and Brian Dorsey on this Martin Luther King day as we tip off college basketball Today on this Monday some out crowd two great teams gonna be a lot of fun It is This is two great teams two pieces of mine to teams but yet two teams that can put up buckets and they're big teams Don't be confident as many times go to the center circle and find somebody bigger than himself but that is the case today with Zach ED I don't know where to find all these guys with 7 foot four 300 pounds but they've had some big ones They got a bull in their research park over there for you They got a little laugh back there where they just keep on these beans They're not a beanstalk These big trees That was awesome up at mid fort and the champions one They may have to redo it again because that was a misfire on the officials part with two big man jumped early so they'll start it again here 84 perdue and the black and gold Illinois the home wine for the script Illinois and they Tampa is on the floor That's what picked up my Purdue That didn't go very well I think DJ was trying to get out of the way of those two big behemoths that was jumping for the ball A lot of motion of course from man painters perdue automakers were familiar with that Here's a handoff by Gillis He got tied up by devonte Williams in the allied I get the possession so the jump ball didn't matter Possession arrow to Illinois is Devante ties up Gillis who fell down I tell you there's one thing I liked about that play Not to not just the fact that we got the ball They didn't call a foul The labeling Olympic guys come out and play today Plummer Time of the key three Winston first shot of the game goes too long goes into the Purdue vans off to our left and we're underway here in champagne for two 14 and two Illinois 13 and three and punch anticipated matchup semi out crowds standing here at seamore is a little black and gold sprinkled in as well Myers Leonard and attendance as well byers Leonard the former a line I long time in NBA Great day to be in champagne Here's stefanovic inside a 7 foot four zacky bodies up on Kofi dribbling dribbling spinning stop with a left hand with his first two The average is 15 a game and it's two nothing boy makers with 1909 to go in the first half Anderson the offensive in hands it to plummer plummer back to grandison inside a copy here we go man on man cover up no good rebound off of Anderson It'll go to produce so the two big man going toe to two early and 80 with the two nothing advantage And two really good moves Kobe did a great job of pushing 80 all the way up to the Big Ten logo on the floor but when somebody his size drop steps he's still at the rim And unfortunately coach made it here to go but another great move by Kofi on the other end Thompson to get us against the Illinois man a man to nothing to do early here is ivy with a drive over Williams off balance shot is good 90 out of South Bend Indiana 16 and a half points the game for nothing perdue Here is Frazier for Illinois grandison right wing to plumber plummer drives into the paint pull off from 15 to hard rebound Purdue and running it up off the three point line again Early here is ivy guarded by Frazier now Ivy lobbed the Edie ED with Purdue up for nothing puts it on the dribble on the floor Crap good defense by Kofi proud wanted to travel back to Thompson back to Edie growing up off at last missed it badly rebounded Scott There you go Great defense back home to stand in this ground and force it easy to take a terrible shot 1755 for the half four nothing Boyle makers out top grandison inside of Kofi here we go up and under and missed it Reverse layup.

Three Victims of Michigan High School Shooting Identified

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:45 min | Last month

Three Victims of Michigan High School Shooting Identified

"I want to stop and ask you to pray for the people of Oakland county and Oxford township, Michigan, where three students were murdered 8 injured, three of whom are in critical condition of 15 year old boy, a 17 year old girl and a 14 year old girl who was on a ventilator. And of course, hundreds traumatized and the high school, well, the high school gets kudos for me. Because when a 15 year old boy walked in with the hand gun that his father had bought legally on Black Friday and opened fire, I believe a total of 17 people were wounded in some way, three dead three struggling for their lives. And those three who are dead could be any kid anywhere. I'm looking at their names in the New York Post report, not The Washington Post report. Tate Meyer, a 16 year old standout football player at Oxford high school, died of his wounds on the way to the hospital and the vaccine of patrol car. Hannah saint giuliana, a 14 year old Madison Baldwin, a 17 year old. This could be kids anywhere any high school anywhere. This is a TikTok video made by one of the students who is not injured if you're watching on the Salem news channel. Please do download it. It's just better to watch the sale on this channel. This is what they would see and listen to what they say. Yes. They come out. Let me stop for a second set this up. The video is of about, I would guess 15 to 20 students inside they're very well trained.

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Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last month

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in

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Former NBA Player Kwame Brown Says Rittenhouse Trial Shouldn't Have Been Racialized

Mark Levin

01:40 min | Last month

Former NBA Player Kwame Brown Says Rittenhouse Trial Shouldn't Have Been Racialized

"Then there's Kwame Brown former NBA player for number teams And I saw this the daily cause of this guy He's right on He's right on so he won't get to be a host on MSNBC or CNN Cut 16 go I just don't get it I'll focus shit be on Ahmaud Arbery shouldn't be on Kyle rittenhouse That to me in my opinion look like self defense The courts found it as self defense The only the only bad thing is that he had to sit in jail for so long Because they made some political that had that wasn't or shouldn't have been political If you gonna get a board of gun charge give him the damn gun charge or let the boy out I'm sure a 17 year old walking around with a shotgun would have been a misdemeanor Which would have been probation He could have been home eating froot loops or whatever the hell to eat But still to that we want to make it like one of tied in want to tie it into something black We want to tie it into something bigger so we can have people come out in March and get checks off a little teenager's back And that to me is coin Trying to get money off of teenagers Trying to use the situation for a political gain to me that's Corona Everything I hate political okay Well it's a racist You know what it is A bunch of people getting paid to push this racist That's all it is They got no lane they didn't really got nothing to say The only thing they get paid off of talking about how racism is All right he's talking to you

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The National Review Was Wrong About Kyle Rittenhouse and Nick Sandmann

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | Last month

The National Review Was Wrong About Kyle Rittenhouse and Nick Sandmann

"I was talking about how national reviews at the Kyle rittenhouse story wrong. They also got Nick Sandman wrong. Oh yeah. For their top editors, we're sniping at and denouncing Nicklaus salmon within minutes based on a few garbled minutes of CNN footage, which we're as propaganda. I again was one of the few people speaking out within minutes of in defending Nick salmon's right to constitutional free speech at a political rally, which is what the march for life was. Turns out he didn't even speak. He didn't even do anything. He just stood there. Standing while white, while pro life. But David French again was attacking Kyle rittenhouse as basically irresponsible and reckless, you know, young man with a gun had no place being there. And it struck me. David French was fine with 17 year old Americans handling rifles as long as they were in Iraq. As long as they were protecting a foreign country in a misguided war based on lies and propaganda that George W. Bush sold us. David French was all up for that. In fact, even when served as a military attorney in the green zone of Baghdad, which, of course, was safer for an American than living in Baltimore or any other blue city. But David French got his veterans credentials for political purposes by serving as an attorney in the safe little enclave of the green zone. But actual soldiers were taking actual risk with their lives in that war for no reason. Son of mosaic had nothing to do with 9 11. There were no weapons of mass distraction. Antifa has done far more to harm America than Saddam Hussein ever

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Kyle Rittenhouse Confirms Potential Litigation Over Dishonest Media Coverage

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

Kyle Rittenhouse Confirms Potential Litigation Over Dishonest Media Coverage

"Here's Kyle last night with Tucker Carlson. Talking a little bit about the media being held accountable because there might be a reckoning for a whole lot of big mouths who have smeared Kyle rittenhouse. So before this, I mean, you're 17 years old. So you're probably not watching cable news all day or deeply into politics or maybe you were, but did you know how dishonest, media coverage of events could be? I didn't. I've never seen something so polarizing in my life when it's just obvious self defense. If you look at the case, you look at the facts. No matter what your opinion is or where you stand. This isn't a political case. It shouldn't have been a political case. It was made a political case. Had nothing to do with race and the ways people are twisting this. It's just sickening. I think a lot of people watching have reached the same conclusion. And they would like to see you help make this better by holding some of these liars to account. Do you plan to do that? I have really good lawyers who are taking care of that right now. So I'm hoping one day there will be some there will be accountability for their actions that they

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NAACP President Derrick Johnson Spews Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse on 'Face the Nation'

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last month

NAACP President Derrick Johnson Spews Lies About Kyle Rittenhouse on 'Face the Nation'

"Was I Derek Johnson NAACP president on defaced the nation Kenyan go It's hard for African Americans to reconcile what we witnessed in their trial Now this is what always amazes me So he speaks for all African Americans I could ask people to call this program We have millions listening at any given time all across the country and I found out all across the world I'll tell you about that in a moment And ask them a first do they know who Derek Johnson is many I'll say no And second I asked him does he represent you Many of them will say no but he claims to So let's start from the top Go ahead It's hard for African Americans to reconcile what we witnessed in their trial We have far too many individuals sitting in jail for crimes They how do you know that How do you know people are sitting in jail for crimes they didn't commit How do you know that I'm quite serious He has no idea Go ahead For crimes that were committed And here you have a 17 year old who illegally purchased and he never purchased a gun Oh for God's sakes I have to go through this He never purchased a gun they had to drop the charge that was brought wrongly About an illegally having a rifle because under Wisconsin law it was not illegal Unless the unless the barrel was shorter like assault off shotgun but that's not what they had They measured it and that had to be dropped and the judge dropped it Should never have been charged for that count So he never bought it And it's a 17 year old yes He was allowed to have that rifle Go ahead I'll stabilize He didn't travel across state lines When they made travel across state lines I mean travel across state lines to commit some kind of an

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Alejandro Mayorkas Allowed an Illegal Alien Allegedly Commit Fraud and Murder

Mark Levin

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Alejandro Mayorkas Allowed an Illegal Alien Allegedly Commit Fraud and Murder

"So Ted Cruz chews him up and spits him out Now it's Mike Lee's turn You know what a fan I am of Mike Lee Cut three go Like you're in Medina ulua who's a 24 year old Honduran man who has recently apprehended crossing the U.S. Mexico border where he fraudulently claimed to be a 17 year old He then ended up in Jacksonville Florida where a family took him in Days later he stabbed the father of that family to death He was a 24 year old not a 17 year old as he claimed There are people like him crossing and with the assistance with the approval with the facilitation in some cases of your department These things are happening That is inaccurate I am aware of the case that individual is being prosecuted There is an immigration enforcement detainer on that individual Did your department or did it not allow him in A senator I'd like to not comment on the details because not exactly a detail Did you let him in the country or not And the answer is yes everybody knows that he wants to hear it out of your mouth but listen to Majorca If I may senator there is a criminal case against that individual pending Whether or not that individual committed fraud and deceived our personnel is a question that may be relevant to the ongoing criminal prosecution and so it would be inappropriate for me to comment on a pending criminal matter at this

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Gun Charge Dropped Against Kyle Rittenhouse, Shouldn't Have Been Made to Begin With

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 2 months ago

Gun Charge Dropped Against Kyle Rittenhouse, Shouldn't Have Been Made to Begin With

"One one The gun charge against Kyle rittenhouse was dropped You know what I was dropped America Because under the statute in Wisconsin A 17 year old isn't fact legally able to possess a rifle as long as it's not as long as the barrel is a certain length In other words they don't want them to have things like salt off shotguns which he did not have so the gun was actually legal And the judge everybody now having actually looked at the statute in the courtroom the judge said looked at the prosecutor and said that's correct right And the prosecutor said yes he said I'm dismissing charge 6 Now how does a prosecutor bring a charge that clearly does not comport with their own statute And of course the media regurgitated this over and over and over again all the legal analysts regurgitated it again and again About how well at least they'll get them on the gun charge But the gun charge shouldn't have been made in the first place

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Brian Kilmeade Digs Deep Into the Story of Frederick Douglass in Latest Book

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Brian Kilmeade Digs Deep Into the Story of Frederick Douglass in Latest Book

"Yeah and thanks for bringing me to that So what happens in life as soon as he started reading opening up his mind and really realizing what life could be reading about George Washington's Cicero Socrates the Bible And that's where they never told slaves to read because they thought a few educated and they want more We just want them to work for free And we all wanted to see what life could be because we wanted to think that they're inferior If you taught a slave to reiterate you could be arrested It was against the law He was determined to find another way Plus he was growing up in an area where you want his friends will wait Kids don't see color He was convinced of it he wrote about it because I'm convinced you don't see color adults make that And that's why it's just not digressed too much The CRT conversation you're having on a regular basis is not a side conversation It is the conversation because you're making first grade and look at their skin why You're making a fourth creator wonder if there are pressure why The two original question he tried is everything self esteem is everything So he they're trying to beat him and break him because he is so obstinate and so determined to matter questioning everything They sent him to a slave breaker And they slave breaker decide to do is going to work into the bone The way they describe it he was going through It sounds like he was dehydrated And instead of helping him they beat him He escapes and goes back to his original master And he goes you got to go back I licensed you Adam getting paid for this You got to go back So he has to go back And then all of a sudden you know he's going to get a beating Grabs his leg He breaks free to try to tie him up He won't have it He asks for help the guy when you get it So it's Douglas 17 years old against the slave breaker He goes I wouldn't attack him but every time he got close I busted him And went on for over an hour according to Douglas's biography and others And he gave me every guide that calls he beat the hell out

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Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:35 min | 2 months ago

Debunking the Case Against Kyle Rittenhouse With Jack Posobiec

"With us as a friend of mine and I think you could call him the resident Catholic contributor. He's a godly man. He's patriotic courageous. You know him as Jack pass sobic from human events daily brought to you by turning point USA. Jack, there's a lot I want to talk to you about. Good to see you. And but let's start with kind of how your honorable fixation has honestly made me more interested and let's say fixated on the Kyle rittenhouse story. A lot of our listeners don't have a lot of they're not really aware of what's happening. This is not being covered as much as the Floyd saga. Let's start from the beginning. What happened? Who is Kyle rittenhouse? What is he charged with? Just start from the beginning and then we'll work through the current. Yeah, sure, no, thanks, Charlie, and appreciate the intro there. So what happened with Kyle rittenhouse? You have to go back to the summer of rage of 2020. Florida palus. Right. That was exactly. That was peppered throughout with these ubiquitous protests during the day and then riots looting arson at night. And in one of the cities, actually a small city called Kenosha, Wisconsin about an hour north of Chicago about an hour south of Milwaukee right in between. Following the police shooting of a criminal named Jacob Blake, who charged a police officer with an extended knife. There were multiple nights of rioting, looting and arson, the descendant upon this town from people who, by the way, mostly, were not actually from Kenosha Wisconsin. They were again, as I mentioned from Milwaukee and Chicago. This is in between them. And so on night three of this, you've got people that are scared out of their minds in the community. You've got people and we heard this in jury selection that were going into the local churches with their families to say, maybe if we go in here, we'll be safe because hopefully they won't attack a church. That's how bad it got in the village of Kenosha that night by night three. So Kyle rittenhouse was at the time 17 years old. He was about 15 minutes away, drove in with his friend and some others who had been asked to be there. To help protect the town, Kyle worked as a lifeguard in Kenosha. He had also been around there earlier that day, scrubbing off graffiti from the walls, right? By all intents and purposes we know that this is a guy who was there who cares about his hometown of use this as his hometown and wants to do the right thing doesn't like to see these roving bands of marauders coming through this. Well, as the night continues, the Nike continues Kyle's there. He's trying to offer medical aid to people on both sides, by the way, running around saying, does anyone need medical? Does anyone need this? He does have an AR-15 style rifle in order to defend himself. But for the most part of the night, he's not carrying that is kind of strapped on, but he's carrying a fire extinguisher to help put out fires at this car lot, as car dealership that has been attacked by these arsonists. So at one point, he hears about a car lot that's going off. This is a business that is multiple lots around town. So he's running to go put out the fire while carrying a fire extinguisher. Multiple members of this mob see him target him and begin chasing him through the street and then through the parking lot and at one point we just saw an HD footage today for the very first time. One of the assailants actually reaches for his gun after cornering tile in between a group of parked cars and at that point Kyle take steps to defend himself.

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Why Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, Doesn't Care What You Think

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:16 min | 2 months ago

Why Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, Doesn't Care What You Think

"So doctor Arne, you say this in some of your interviews where some freshman or sophomore students will say, well, doctor Arne, I feel or I think a certain way. And you'll say, well, I don't really care about how you think. Can you talk about that? Because that's an interesting way to put it. Maybe I miss categorizing it. But it's a different way than most colleges would do it, which is to say, well, the students know best, we gotta listen to them first and foremost. Well, so, you know, I'll illustrate with the story. Many years ago now, 15 years ago or something, I had a young man stand up and to crowd a big big crowd of people, four or 5 or 600 of them. And he said, if I come to health, will you respect my opinion? And I said, yeah, we don't give a crap about that. And everybody laughs. And I said, are you 18 years old? 17 years old? What can your opinion be worth? And I said, shouldn't you be about the business of improving your opinions until they approximate the truth? By the way, you also will not be encouraged to respect my opinion. You will be encouraged to respect the forming of opinion into truth. And that's a lifelong effort, but first, by the way, you have to learn a bunch of stuff. In order to go about it, I think I asked the young man at one point, you know, that young man's a graduate will start college now. He asked me, he said, should I go to healthcare or should I go to Princeton? And I said, you should go to Princeton. And he said, why do you say that? I said, did you name him? Because it's very prestigious. And he said, well, he is. I said good. If that's what you want, you should go there. But if you want to hold to your opinion and be prestigious, go to Princeton. What if you want to know the truth? That takes some finding out. And it's no good, me just telling it to you. You know, I know some things that are true and can argue for them. But why are they true? How do they fit into all the other things that are true? That's a quest you have to

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Seattle School Shooting: 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded, 14-Year-Old in Custody

News, Traffic and Weather

01:21 min | 5 months ago

Seattle School Shooting: 17-Year-Old Critically Wounded, 14-Year-Old in Custody

"For his life in the ICU right now another face to judge Friday for the first time. This was after that shootout in front of a key. Caruso, the middle school in South Seattle. Almost Cole Miller on the steps of AKI Karoshi Middle School of violent clash between two teenagers. Seattle police say a 14 year old boy began shooting at a 17 year old. He then fired back. The 17 year old now in critical condition at Harborview, and then we heard the sirens and said, Yeah, those were gunshots. It's just very discouraging. As for the 14 year old, he's been booked for assault and unlawful possession of a firearm going before a judge. Despite the defense, asking, he be released with an electronic home monitoring device to his father. That judge declined the conversation about gun violence in Seattle, picking up yet again. The city seeing a surge and shootings this year. It's a tragedy all the way around. These were both Children. Aaron Goodman is with the South Precinct Advisory Council in the wake of a deadly weekend. Last month, a rash of shootings turned homicides. She says she's heard from the mayor just a handful of times, but I didn't hear a plan of action. I didn't hear these are the next steps, and that's what I'm waiting to hear. Investment in youth programs continues, and so do some calls for more police. But in the short term, she says, more has to be done to prevent something like this from happening again. This was the first week of

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Woman, 2 Teens Arrested in Shooting Death of 13-Year-Old Boy in San Jose

Pat Thurston

00:26 sec | 5 months ago

Woman, 2 Teens Arrested in Shooting Death of 13-Year-Old Boy in San Jose

"Arrest in connection with the shooting death of a 13 year old boy. This week, police booked 38 year old Margarita Santillan, her 17 year old son and 16 year old daughter. Officers say the victim was hit during a shootout between two groups on little wood Lane in the city's alum rock neighborhood. Witnesses say the shooting started after a teenager got out of a got out of a car and started hitting a pickup truck that was parked in the driveway. This report sponsored by Ponderosa Homes. Ponderosa Home

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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

"Now for the second time this week, the US reaching 100,000 new cases of Covid 19 in a single day even as cases soar, massive events are taking place around the country. In Sturgis, South Dakota, 700,000 people are expected for the annual motorcycle rally, leading to fears of a super spreader event. This as hospitalizations grew from 12,000 month ago. More than 61,000. Now. Florida setting a new pandemic record high pediatric admissions are climbing one of those hospitalized 17 year old David Espino. High school football player now battling Covid and pneumonia for the last 10 days. I'm pretty scary. Actually, you can get to anyone they get you if you're 10, If you get you if you're 60, it doesn't matter in Mississippi, where the state health officer says Delta is sweeping over them like a tsunami. Hospital workers feeling overworked Once again, it is almost impossible to put into words, the frustration that they feel in many places. It's not a lack of beds, but a lack of stuff that's stretching hospitals thin. Like at Willis Knighton Medical Center in Louisiana. We don't feel like we have a time to devote to the patients that we need. It's just it's Sorry. I'm getting emotional. Just talking about it in Houston Harris Health System in Crisis mode. This 11 month old patient sick with Covid forced to be airlifted to another hospital because none of the pediatric hospitals in town had room the level of sick visits that we've seen this summer. June, July. And now August. I've never seen in 20 years of practice here in Houston, this as officials hint There could be major developments on booster shots, a source telling ABC News. The FDA is expected to reveal their plan for immuno compromised Americans by early September. We are now working on that, and we'll make that be implemented. As quickly as possible, According to an HHS document obtained by ABC News. Multiple states are now asking for federal assistance. They're asking FEMA for help with

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Maryland Launches $1 Million COVID-19 Vaccination Scholarship Program

Leo Laporte

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

Maryland Launches $1 Million COVID-19 Vaccination Scholarship Program

"Program, urging young people to get vaccinated. Kids between 12 and 17 years old, who get vaccinated in the state are eligible and automatically entered winners selected randomly, and we'll get $50,000 scholarships to any public in state school. Lionel Moy ease ABC News. Mike. I understand you need the car. Carly's

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Cori 'Coco' Gauff Will Miss Tokyo Olympics After Testing Positive for Covid-19

WSB programming

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Cori 'Coco' Gauff Will Miss Tokyo Olympics After Testing Positive for Covid-19

"And four and seven record to date. Huge sports news as a tennis star says she has tested positive for Covid 19 and won't be playing in the Olympics. Tennis star Coco Goff says she has to miss the Olympics in Tokyo after just testing positive for Covid 19. The 17 year old writes on social media that she is disappointed, saying it's always been a dream of hers to represent the USA at the Olympics. She says she hopes there will be many more chances for her to make the dream come true in the future. Golf is the youngest player ranked the top 100 by the Women's Tennis Association and is currently 25 in the

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"17 years old" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:21 min | 7 months ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Mind Pump

"And that's where you get like that country club. You know thing that people talk about like club fed or whatever There was no fence. It was very open. Guys were literally running through the woods to meet their wives to go to a hotel And then bringing back. What duffle bags of protein powder You guys would appreciate this. We're getting jim show issues. We had a whole cinderblock weight set. Set up we made out of cinderblocks and it was just like a whole weight thing outside getting like the resistant bands in sounds. We're eating mcdonalds every weekend. Sushi pizza chicago deep dish bulls agatha. It was literally club fed. There was one hundred thirty inmates for you. Know one one guard. Everyone had a phone and your in bed watching netflix. And doing that and it was just absolutely wild so the like orange new black on steroids with what was going on their holy shit. I you know. I think the potential that you possess that this is gonna have to be a choice that you're going to have to make for the rest of your life. Am i going to do this. The right way. Or the. Even then. I bet i mean with the hustler mentality. It's gotta be tempting. You probably saw opportunity to make money and hustle and prison. Did that cross your mind ever. Did you think about dabbling into some of the shit. That's going on inside a prison. So i did a couple of things I did like i. I've played ice. Because i had that. I had that gambling thing so i was playing dice. I was taught ceelo which is like a street dice game and i was making good money. But you don't play for cash you play for mackerel like packs a fish absolutely gross but it's called like the chicken of the sea and people would walk around with like a a laundry bag with like one hundred macro which one hundred bucks or books of stamps like a book. Stamps was worth ten dollars so that was like the currency and then would send the books of stamps. Home people within western union. The money like every day. I'm calling data. Needed a western union. Two hundred this person or one hundred of this person you know. What the hell are you do it over there and he was just like yours genuinely worried because i you know i was just like involved in all that i had to be a part of it and that got me into trouble at times because no one likes that you know young white kid that they thought was a sex offender because i was labeled when i went to the low. And you're dealing with.

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"17 years old" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Mind Pump

"Now we're going to break up the got sixty thousand dollars. Now you're going to break up. The shows what what happens from our so dave books like a mix of like five to six shows With artists like mike stud hughie mack. a couple Edm artists. That weren't really well known at the time and then That settled but then in february twenty thirteen. He had this opportunity because we had like a buffer of twenty twenty. Five thousand dollars left that we just using operating expenses and anything came up and he's he calls me three weeks before and he says in you know. This is a once in a lifetime. Opportunity to do the show with roscoe It was an edm show at you. Awry which had seen huge success with like tours of life in color day the big paint parties And edm was just a bubble that was bursting their thousands of kids or going I had no idea really what. Edm was besides from like the mash up stuff that i was doing and We he says. This guy roscoe who is like a european act Would be a major success. I could double the money on it so we give them the twenty five thousand dollars and this is where everything goes wrong from that point forward. So what happens. So i'm told up until the night of the show it's making money. It's profitable because they had other partners involved too. So it's a whole cluster. Mess of partners. There's my investors giving me. I'm giving dave dave's given to someone else all these people involved But i'm getting like the daily emails or reports that how many tickets sold Oh this is interesting. Because i feel like this. The documentary doesn't kinda share it this way. There's i mean there's so much to it that they couldn't really bring in. Dave wasn't really that much a big part with for the audience so they know to a lot of people probably go. Watch it afterwards. And there's gonna be some things that don't lineup up so when you go over something that doesn't like i'm here in. Wait a second. They really pinned all of that on you in the documentary. I mean i don't think they really pinned it in a negative way. I think they told like the the the overall of it like you know the show happened and i. I'm pretty clear in the documentary. I thought it was a success But the night of. I'm looking at the whole show happening and like okay. This is great. I brought my friends. The investors in a limo we We got hotels for the night And look packed. You know and his partner comes up to me dave's partner and says while this was a total loss and i was like what do you mean. It's a loss he's like dude. We need like two thousand people to break even or whatever and there was only a thousand or twelve hundred people there So it was just that was happening. And at that point i was already telling my investors. They made money so here comes at defining point. Where in my head. Where am i am i telling them they lost money or am i keeping it going do i do..

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"17 years old" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Mind Pump

"That kind of deteriorated. And i was losing control over that so with everyone saying ian. You should do this. There goes the popularity thing again. i'm chasing that wanting to be like let me try now to book and act and so what do you do how do and what does that look like. So my idea was to book. Big sean and danbury and Huge which would be massive. If i could pull that off and This guy dave oh say who graduated in twenty eleven couple years older than me. had went to Rhode island for college and road. I'm was blowing up with these big. Edm shows and hip hop shows. Because it's a big college school party. School and dave Had immersed himself into that whole production aspect With the college and doing these shows and frat parties and he had got wind of what i was doing with the teen parties in danbury so he sets up a meeting with me and we talk and i kinda tell him my idea And at this point we had a couple of other partners involved from other towns. Who didn't make it into the documentary. josh top was one of them that you see in the in the doc And dave actually steals my idea to bring big sean to danbury. He cuts me out and takes josh. And this kid. Ac and matt oh well. That's one of the documentary. Oh there's so much that's why it's got to be a tv series but Wow that's why. We're here. Because i had a question around day because he opted not to be in the documentary. I'm assuming this is why dave was a big part like so as in the dock they and the government always said okay. I took over five hundred thousand dollars. But they're big. Point was the jetskis so the jet skis. Yes it was a bad decision but that only amounts to twenty thousand dollars. So where does all the money go Most of this money. I was the middle man to break to investing into dave's company And that was what the concerts these concepts aren't free how to. How do i afford acts like tiga. Big sean Any act you know. These acts are getting hundreds of thousands of dollars. Where does that money come from. So money was essentially getting. I was like the hedge fund company that would then invest into dave's production company. And all that money just got lost. So let's back up right because there's some steps in between that right so he takes her idea. And you runs with it in your like piss. Yes i'm pest. I'm like wow that's crazy To invest in. I had money to invest my own money from the teen nights. And they come to me like a couple of days before they announce the show. And they're like ian we needed to promote it because they never thought about how they were going to promote an outreach in denver the surrounding towns so we worked out a deal where i could throw my name on it and say that i book big sean and danbury with having no risk to do it which was great exposure for me And i got to meet like his manager and get like that whole aspect..

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Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

"Case might be linked to the murder of Lindsay Bomb who disappeared from a clearly nearly 12 years ago. Several radios. Hannah's got has details. 10 year old Lindsay bomb disappeared as she was walking home from a friend's house back in 2000 and nine in 2000 and 18 Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott delivered the grim news. We've brought Lindsay home. We've recovered her now. Earlier this month, Grays Harbor sheriff's say they arrested a man in connection with a 2003 cold case. Rape with the help of genetic genealogy. Paul Beaker lived in McCleery in 2003 when a 17 year old was raped in that cold gaze. And now, investigators say, There's enough similarities between Lindsay's case and the 2003 case, but they're looking into a possible connection. The suspect was in McLeary the day Lindsay bomb disappeared. Our

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"17 years old" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

07:16 min | 7 months ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Net five ninety. The fan had to stay dark. So how'd you manage that and more importantly how do you emerge from it. So you safely and economically get back to normal examined by the co owner of cd. Mp imsa transam nascar winner and fellow canadian motorsport hall of famer our good friend ron fellows on race line radio ron. We ask anybody that We interview during this pandemic and even though we know we were seeing a light at the end of the tunnel. And hopefully we're getting slowly back to normal. Here's people get vaccinated. How are you in the inland and clan Faring through all of this it's It's been a task for everybody. You just got to grin and bear it and get through it right. Yeah i know it has been. It's been tough to You know not see. Nazi the kids as often as we would like. And and certainly our our eldest daughter lindsay his lives and works in manhattan right and And then Yeah our daughter. Got married and four weeks ago Had grandparents lived in. I twin twin boys speaks etc. Yes said yeah. Thank you out. Terrific news grandfatherly voice. Well then you. What ron i mean. This is good. We talk about this because it has been so negative in such a horrible thing for the sport to go through. You know you gotta rallying around the family. The best you can and that is a nice big chunk of good news. So congratulations to you. Linda into the to the happy parents. And that's always a nice thing. When the clan grows like that you know indeed excellent impact. Senator excited about being uncles. Oh isn't that good. Isn't that good. Yeah and of course. You've got the one son the sam working with you at see. Tmp which is which is good endless. Just get into this. I mean we all know the deal with the border so that meant that the nascar truck can't run there again for a second summer in a row which is which is rotten and the emphasis sports cars as well but it is what it is ron. But i can't imagine that you and your partners. Mr for danny and everyone else could ever have foreseen something like this happening in the time. Line of your ownership but as you as we often say it is what it is right. This is this month is years. Yeah we we've had canadian parks so that you know it's it's it's it's difficult but as you say there's it's out of your hands pretty much everyone's control your there is light at the end of the tunnel are playing at least for the facility is to be able to open up for track. Car club days Track essentially track rental. June the fourteenth. Okay just a little bit background on on the labor day weekend for the chevy silverado. Two fifty for the nascar truck. You know the nascar hung in there with this as long as we could. Yes you know. They've got planning to do their own. To one element that is out of control is is knowing when the border will reopen. That's the thing we're at for You know for getting the teams up here. Us us series to be able to come across the border without having to quarantine and that was. That's the one that we have no ability to predict and so that's having a cancelled the labor day weekend may may be You know all canadian race series. Yeah sure and who knows navy. Maybe labor day weekend we can have. We'll be able to have limited spectrum. Who knows you don't know we don't know there's no no no and that's the thing is the thing is as annoying to you. Have history with nascar yourself as a driver. You certainly have a history with sports cars as a driver keeping dialogue with them and your history with those sanctions that has got to be a big plus in terms of them. Telling you we'll be back in twenty twenty two for both imsa and both nascar hurt but i think i think it comes down to with canadian tire motorsport park and most port the history with his decades long yes it is and also how successful the events are and in particularly with our relationship but nascar. You know right right. We've had tremendous support from our fan base for nascar in chevy silverado. Two fifty loyalty goes both ways. You know they both thinking about. He's they're they're part of the same ownership yes but they but they also see the value of the year the event and and how loyal fan bases for more their product. Well that's that's good. And that's you know that's something that you've cultivated over the years and that's one of the positives linden. I is partners with carlo. Carl's been incredibly supportive. We've we've seen an opportunity here. Yes yes we're were. Were down again this year. Carlos a guy that sees things as an opportunity. And what we've been able to do in in You know the two shutdowns is do some work at the facility. Yep you have. We've done a complete repaving and knowing that we will get back to uh racing and and hosting hosting people that enjoy watching it At some point have you repaved. the entire track. Yes wow wow is that is that going to. Is that going to change the character of it at all. I mean this this same turn radius. Same elevation changes all that stuff. Okay typically a new a new surface. Add some grip because it's obviously ran new. You know i can't. I can't wait to get out and try to initially initially with a new surface. It's it's a little bit slick but once in a bit of the greenness out of the one secures. Yeah it should be ultimately be quicker just because you've got more tar on the surface to make grip with the the rubber the rubber now before we ended off here and i wanna talk to you personally. Use a driver. Were a little far away from it but in august together twenty four hours of the mall and i ask you do you miss doing some of that stuff and i gotta think of your this time of year when it starts to get warm you start thinking about the sarthe and that wonderful event. There that you did so well at and so synonymous with Do you get those little pangs back again when we start getting warm weather thinking about twenty four hours for sure. Thank you for being that up because it's actually Twenty years ago this coming weekend first class win against there you go historians on many thank you. Et you located. It's the one that event. That i missed. But it's also the toughest by far that i've ever looked good memories. Good memories of it though. Roll one hundred percent fisher being Being with the the corvette racing program with pratt and miller from the very early days we were just a you know a handful going to the racetrack to to evaluate to see five and and getting in being part of the the first first two thousand and one was Big time breakout your quarter racing rolex. Twenty four overall win in absolutely terrible condition often happens. We we were recalling that talking with.

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"17 years old" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"You can get in here as well by instagram and facebook and a few more entries coming in via that That pipe the address. There was race line radio network three words with no gaps in between either of those so the facebook and instagram account. Ole to get into the contest is race line radio network. Three words old smashed together all right and on twitter. You can get in that way as well at. Et race line. The symbol ad capital e. capital t capital our race line at et race. Line is the address on twitter to the mailbag. go here. We are and take the paper clip off. Save the paper clip. You know what's good luck to save paper clips. I was told that. I don't know but there's a huge bucket of them over here. Yeah gullible. I know john ducasse. Thank you john for your entry and for listening. Listen sunday nights ten pm mountain on sports net. Six fifty in vancouver nice to have everybody listening On me on the left coast. E t the twenty twenty. Two subaru be ours. Ed design looks so absolutely stellar. That many folks will probably overlook the fact that they increase the horsepower and he puts a. Ll there but the twenty twenty. Two subaru biard has an increased horsepower of yup. Nice work john. And he's in the contest just that he's he's not it's not hard contest never has been. We like it that way. He says thanks not good way to end. John ducas listening on sports net. Six fifty in vancouver. Thanks john appreciate that very much. Yeah the design is excellent on all the The new subaru's Coming out are pretty stellar as well..

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"17 years old" Discussed on Raceline Radio

Raceline Radio

04:57 min | 7 months ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Raceline Radio

"Thirty years ago we have mandated tracking and charting up and coming canadian racing talent behind the wheel on teams and in management positions. This week introducing to you very likable but intense. Young seventeen year old out of oka quebec not far from montreal for. Tsn six ninety who out of karting championships is now a top-flight rookie in the us f. Two thousand series on the road to indy for cape motorsports he scoring top ten finishes and he sits in the top ten in points as well. Introducing thomas net vo on race. Line radio why did you get involved in this sport as opposed to as we talked about when the got on the phone here with hockey or baseball football across or soccer. What drew you to the racing. Game as opposed to those other sports of motoracing doing stuff as engines. Since i was super young. And i've stayed on motocross and my mom taught. It was too dangerous for me to to continue in that direction. So attentive. So i could get that rush. Something like that goes quick. So so she Found out about carding. so i started with karting Eight to nine years of karting. Now this did my i. I'm doing my first year in yourself to tell my first year in open-wheel racing thomas nep vo oca- quebec drives the number to cromwell carting. Excellence home hardware entry for cape motorsports. He is the only canadian driver in as he said the. Us two thousand series on the road to indy karting championship canadian and us. Titles you've raced in. Europe isn't a big jump to get up to the one hundred and seventy five horsepower. Five hundred kilogram. Usf two thousand cart from the cart. And the reason i ask this thomas is that somebody a long long time ago told me that an car is nothing more than a great big fat go-cart i mean there's a lot more power. You're going a lot faster but was it a big jump for you to go from the cart to the us f. Two thousand car. You know what i mean. There was a lot to learn from from jumping from cutting to open wheel but sure they're cutting is super quick. It's so small that it feels quicker than when you're in the car but for sure you gotta learn to car. You know you're trapped in the car you can't you can't see. You can to look at marriage after. Talk your spotter. So it's carla difference and we go within an the discern you know there's no oval racing in karting so that that's a big difference. I think everything in racing. It's pretty similar. You always did that feeling of going quicken. That's why i liked. So what was the biggest eye opener and doing that oval. I've never done one before. That means some people say. Let's just turn and laughing. You're going around in a circle. It ain't that easy is it. That's what i saw. You know it's so difficult. You always during laughing so y you gotta choose your lane saying it and be yes mood as possible with the wheel smith specimen with your food so you can train any car with your feet so that was always difficult. It says really small track twenty two seconds to don't get a lot of rest can't if you if you don't mistake can't get your back into focus focusing role race so you know. It's it's great to be racing mobile. You have a good. You finished fourteenth. That's not bad for your first attempt on an awful lot of lot of the big talented drivers didn't do that will. In their first of all i can tell you that the road to india. I mean that's all part of it. It's on that development ladder so Indy-car is the ultimate goal. Here is opposed to say formula. One indycar kind of. What's on your radar right now. The exactly racing in the five hundred would be would be made goal. Saw ultra in china and work my way up the ladder and make it make it one day. Do have a racing hero and we always ask this event all the young drivers that we talked to. Do you have a driver that you kind of look up to battle any worked his way up the ladder of the road to indy race Arrested with him in the same karting team when he was younger younger. I look i look. i mean. he's a great driver and hopefully echinacea. Dancing won't date your charity. You're affiliated with thomas. Breakfast club of canada working with kids who have food insecurities talk a little bit about why you got involved with this This worthy cause it's a good way to give back to the community. Been lucky enough to each other to get to get the decent food and in good support from my parents for me to be able to to give back to some people. Have that opportunity when i got the opportunity to to get into the breakfast club. Canada insane though and people listening if they want to make a donation can do that. I think through your facebook page right. Exactly give jumped onto the radar here in a very short of time. Thomas and we have certainly enjoyed your development. We're going to keep an eye on you because developing young talent especially canadian talent and watching that and charting that is something we've always mandated on this program. You've watched a lot of really really good race car. Drivers come up through the system. Thank you so much for. The time continued success in the us f. two thousand series and beyond my My friend thank you. hopefully i'll be back here tailoring crime. Well carting excellence home. Hardware entry for cape.

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"17 years old" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Are top top secret. You can't believe what my real campbell like your guy be after the podcast and talk about that. But i'm planning releasing a book a year for the rest of my life. Hopefully wow ambitious. I love it. Yeah exactly. I can fall somewhere between that but that seems like it. Seems like no tangible goal. It seat out that so far with that. I'm going to be getting a degree in business. Analytics as in logistics and supply chain management as. I just accepted into the school choice which one is out. Can you say university of florida polytechnic. While routes yeah. I'm really happy for that in a really excited to go there and with that. Logistics is one of those things that natively enjoying life. So if i would work in that field for about ten years or maybe less than start my own business from their that business on the side gun of whatever that may be yeah. Get the experience in yeah. Logistics seems like one of those things that if you fail. You're done yet if you can get product to retail not even the point in trying on news ninety nine point snapping store at that point right right there is there is no second chance or options. Right at either has to happen her. It doesn't i see that. I see that that's exciting so so now tell me. Are you a senior now. I am a senior right okay. So you'll be going to university next year. Then yes awesome awesome and you're you're in What northeast now. Is that where you're at states. Uh states florida Oh you are you in florida yes okay. So will you be able to then just is a school close or you will you have to travel. It is close ish. It's about thirty forty minutes. You know it's that's not bad. That's awesome okay cool. How are things down there. In florida in the current situation mao not really scope kinda virtual so i waited five minutes before class get. My face started good class to just kind of like a board fast. Even if you're lawyers but yes besides the points it seems it just seems a little bit off yet especially in the subdivision area because world here. There's a lot of folks out here right now. Later taken walks in. it's like zeferino can attack a little bit. Less traffic in the disney bobble is a little bit nice. I can imagine i hear. That's quite insane when things are really rolling Completely everything was locked down off. Can i tell you you can drive the their five minutes. Yes it's very surreal. Wasn't it at least that was my experience when you're driving around and there's not a lot of traffic and things are. It's very kind of. Like you know apocalypse the apocalyptic. Reassure for sure all right well jonathan before we wrap up. Tell me how people can get your book and and where they can follow you online social media websites etc perfect of since eighty nine percents of people have an amazon account in a little bit more amazon earlier less amazon prime. You can feel my book on amazon early. Let's the only retailer but working we're working with people. You know what i'm saying but they're also have an instagram a twitter and i have a website and always is going to work. Well i'm really looking forward to working with her media sources and innocent coverage for sure for sure and i'll also put those at the links to your amazon page and and your social in the show notes beneath this episode at g mark phillips dot com when it goes out so people can find it But thanks for hanging out with me. Today i mean do. Do you have any last words or things you want to share before we wrap up here. Ooh so many things just rushing to my head. Which when i really wanna talk about but sometimes just sit back in one year. What is it that you have done. What is it that you could have done. What is it that you should have done. Because you're never gonna have a chance to look to really do what you should have done. But you'll always wonder about those moments any want those stick with you because those are going to create your red flags in the future to help you move forward better in. Just take those better steps rather than just rush straight into river. I like that. That's great advice. Thanks for hanging out with me today. Jonathan i really appreciate it. I really enjoyed this. Thank you for having me on awesome awesome..

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"17 years old" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"Hit that hit that home run so to speak is true that compounding interest you know it yeah it just 'cause because you know it's the whole idea doesn't always take this much but it generally does know ten year overnight success or you know ten thousand hours to mastery it does take time to get good at anything including business and bringing ideas Us this tell me a little bit about the education system from your perspective. Because i have some kind of strong feelings that i've developed having gone through it and then getting into life and realizing well maybe i didn't have the best preparation in school and i definitely don't wanna play like a victim role and say you know. They should of they could of this kind of thing. But tell me your perspective You touched on the senior book about the education system. I know that's a big question. Yeah it's a big question. Gimme whatever your thoughts are at the moment about the education system. You're in it. Yes so part of the education system is taking the higher level classes which your ap classes and those are the highest level. That are recognized nationwide. And if you pass the end of course exam you get a college credit. That sounds great. But they don't tell you. Is that a certain amount of people are percents of people are bound to fail out the gate. They're down the fail. And it's all controlled by one company. That's a nonprofit and us surprising amount of profit. Oddly convenient that they charge one hundred dollars for a test but our school waves it. Luckily because we're a good school but we also started to think about other things such as how planning works. It seems as the blanding within the school system is really short sighted. It's hard to figure out why because our school they knew how many people were going to be attending our school. They knew how the area was gonna grow. And the second year that it was to the i came in to school as it was brand new the second year was already overcrowded already over assing while and they knew that but they couldn't change the design outlets make it more space efficient. It could made it in. Bought up slightly moorland. Used it a little bit more efficiently to make it better for so i think it's those little nitty-gritty agree that no one pays attention to that. Really is how schools because there's some great teachers that i definitely know that have been pretty pretty helpful in just their insights but they cited by the system that no one has the power to really change. And it'll be something. I would like to get into but i feel like that might take multiple lifetimes to fix and then you start to get into the fact of what they ask the students to do and they ask us to think outside the box only to ah limits because with call common core that entire since it's still technically around they'll ask you analytical questions but when you go to into deep with interact with it. They decide and no. We're good strong now because certain things like let's say economic slump taking that right now and even though i really enjoyed have a really good grade class i'll still Question the fact of how if everyone gets a free college degree how does that make production of raw materials increase. That does not possible that institute and physically not possible because it takes four years tweeted degree so no matter what. They're still waiting time so it doesn't instantly go in if you're getting a college degree who was working with their hands when they get a college degree because that's more of a a more than a thought based type of rob right so it's those types of things where you truly dig into it. And then when you start to broaden it out 'cause they want the best answer and let's give the best answer to most questions. It will be marked incorrect Out of the scope. of course. yeah. Because very high. I can tie things from. Let's say government. And then i can tie them to the reason on why they were built which we based on the need for survival as a country and then there could be like no. That's not that's not correct because you went too far beyond the infuriating because they train you halfway and then they also give you a slap on the wrist on you go too far so i definitely feel that same way. It's interesting. you really summed it up. My feelings about it too is that there is a little box that you're able to free. Think within but once you go beyond that you get outside in the in the no-man's-land and yeah you become kind of rogue. Don't you like here. you're outside of the the the parallels there. I think that's very true because in the real world. Do those kind of questions that you're thinking about in those kinds of ideas you're thinking about are relevant are important because you have no time and and money on the line and and and problems to solve. That are not going to go away by limited thinking right so i see your point. That's really interesting. Thanks for sharing that. They will touch on that for one more second. Do go ahead. And don't teach time management properly in what sense. What do you mean by that. Because they give a calendar let built in but they are all things that we need to do. That are do on that date on that calendar and we can't do anything to really affect what's already on the calendar and it's not like they try to keep us up today they say. Hey you've calories of planner but if everyone just gonna Procrastinate what's going to happen. They're going to have that one day and they're just working on the day for what to do on that day and it's not really going to be helpful compared to giving system that tries that gives a date range ensures you when things are going to be because if you see it to me assignments and then you suddenly realize that's due tomorrow. Start working on that today rather than working on the assignment that you have three days to do which is going to be shorter. You can easily do that. In one day may just for bigger and broader time management skills. That would be more creative. If you will bring that back into creativity. I apparently problem solve completely differently than my friends when it comes to stuck with. I'll go so far into breaking the box that they'll be like i d think about that but they were limited by their own above processes in themselves. So it's very interesting. Yeah that is problematic because you'd think you mentioned Something earlier about the education system that they maybe don't prepare you. Well far escapes my mind at the moment but talking about the the project planning or the due dates you're right if they would teach what generally is i know. There are many ways but generally popular out in the real world is that you break those down into smaller tasks and spread out over the course of time and then you know what to do today. Which is a chunk of the bigger picture. You think that'd be very important to teach kids wouldn't you. Yes oh could also teach that burning out. Isn't a thing like that would also be really helpful. Do you see that a lot in your school with my friend. Sue the our work in there. Like i'm done for the day on like what do you mean. You did an hour of work congratulations. Let's go next hour knowing birds out. I'm like the yeah. I don't remember any other generation using the word birds out for some reason like ashim. Parents were eight hours a day even though it's probably a little bit more than that. He's never mentioned birth. I wonder maybe your parents stay just not that way and they just stir down to get it done. Isn't kids have that don't they. The the easy burn out or whatever. Yeah you start to wonder like. Is this disease as well get it. That's that's funny. That's funny so let me ask you about some future. Projects you mentioned. You're writing a book or have a couple of books and works Any other thing on your plate that you could give us a little Glimpse of or you have some secret projects that.

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"17 years old" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"I would agree with that. I really but that goes against one of my ideas. That as you get older the less you worry about yourself. The more you live through other people in lodge because when you're a child while you can big by myself and then recently about outside a month two months ago i don felt happiness for someone else genuinely and with that that really brought in slacks normally even for me. I thought for a while ago that who was just fake news. Congratulations just obligatory in. Its but i genuinely felt happy for them. And then i was like i think i'm transferring into adults are decide which nicer feel other evils. I am happiness and stuff. Create that emotional intelligence if you will and bond with people on that level and then assuming that carries that's going to build towards on as you age to the seasons crowd which where you're going to be living purely for the happiness of your grandchildren and stuff where it's a good point. I i buy that. I buy that aspect Well and the other thing you you kind of have the benefit of it seems like a lot of wisdom up. See a lot of younger kids. I know i. I didn't have a high degree of life wisdom so to speak as a teenager. You seem like you have a good portion of that and you're also young where you have time you've heard that quote if old-age only could if youth only would not in here that but that definitely makes sense when you say when you're young you squat when you're young you generally squander time and waste time and maybe don't do as much of productivity think productive things you could and then as you get older you start to face your own mortality generally generally and you think well i want to do all these things and create these things and do all these things but then sometimes the energy to do that. Isn't there where it was in youth. So it's kind of ironic so to speak you know but but you but that's awesome Let me talk briefly about your productivity system. Do you have a you kind of touched on this when you talk about working on different projects. But how do you stay productive. Do you have like. Do you use like checklists or do you use kind of a bullet list method to get things done. How do you stay productive unbalanced tasks. I just like to ask people who create things about that. Well one of the things. I do anything less time sensitive. Put that on a calendar. And i try to make sure that calendar action so i just follow it things that need to be done anything. That's independent of elect calendar. Let's say i'm writing a book or something. I will have that always open on my and always visible to me but at the same time wants always work on it. But i'll make sure work on when it comes on the feeling comes or do it as well as doing it whenever i have The time because with parents being around. It's kind of hard to right as you hear tv going and such so. I try to work outside of everyone's schedule which leads into how people normally say wake of hour earlier or in that stuff. But i stay up later. Get it all done there. But let's that's basically how would stay productive for things in. It's definitely finding habits that minor the same as everyone else's where you just in certain time you dude at this time every single day because my schedule isn't about lenience but I do the same routine. When i wanna do the same task over and over again. That's one of the things. I think really prime brain for it so i go put on pandora how that playlists going and then it just starts coming to me at all the neurons start going. Yeah yeah i agree. I totally agree. Okay i wanted to. I'm going to dive into the business aspect. Because i geek out on on business ideas and problem solving. Tell me why you're into that. Why are you into business ideas. Why do you write those down and stuff like that. I write the number. Because i definitely want to make business in the future. So that's definitely something. That's going to be important in my life that i believe so if i had the ideas down now already have that of creating thought in when i need the greatest idea. Let's say it's one all everything on this list is already taken if you will than i could easily just ignited you because it's a daily routine to brainstorm. Yeah it's a muscle isn't it and if you open up that channel ideas just start flowing out. Don't they. I believe so. Yeah yeah yeah. what's your. I mean right now. What type of business do you do. You have other than the author and selling books and doing that kind of thing. Do you have anything going right now or anything that excites you in in a certain area in the business world to solve problems or i like following the tech world of the business world. It's a really interesting thing there but that isn't i. Don't think that's really where your question is. But currently i am working on a grants. I submitted a grant with my school for samsung on the stalled for tomorrow project and in that we want to create an app onto our student on june dashboard. To where it would put people were would put students in groups of four. That are all the same grade and they would have friends to be able to talk to you because freshmen and transfer students will not be able to make friends that they don't go to school in a blended environment if they stay home. They're not gonna make friends so you're kind of so so you may be foresee that this situation right now may be going long term. And then you're you're finding ways to connect people via via online or this app if they're saying a home in doing school from home as the idea. I don't think there's gonna be a long term issue but it's definitely an important issue nonetheless because mental health. Didn't just start with whatever's going on now. And what happen this year. It started long before that. Okay and i think this would just be another thing on how to solve it especially with students because sometimes it can be really hard and a big school like ours to find someone to actually genuinely listen to talk to him. Even though there's so many people not many of them actually are willing to take the time. And i've lost too many people that i know in june people in class to just let that go eilly by for one more student so rally give them a chance to be there in for have someone to be there for them in just a small group where they can help each other out talk openly so it doesn't feel forced upon them but it gives them a chance to that sounds really beneficial and helpful. Yeah i think dole. While i should say once you get out of high school you kind of forget how challenging it is and how much emotions and you know. Things are going on That's that sounds like a really great Project yeah so the but moving forward. I liked the fact that you're thinking about business because i kind of always have dabbled in different things in like made things more from a creative design standpoint and then of course promoted business. But i think you're on the right track because the sooner you start. Is there such a learning curve about marketing and branding and positioning your product and stuff like that. You're you're on the track 'cause because that's what it's all about. That's where the i think. The fulfilment is in solving those problems. That's an awesome social problem solve and then also re realizing value from your efforts stuff like that monetary value. So that's exciting is but it's also takes a lot of time. It does take a long time. It really does but like you know. I i think if you have that foundation early on and you probably know people that you follow you know online or in the business world that sacrificed early on and then they're able to you know kind of reap those rewards. I mean it's always going to be a sacrifice to a degree when choosing something over something else. My my theory is hey. He might as well sacrifice early when you have the a lot more energy and and potentially time to make a lot of mistakes before you get you know to.

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"17 years old" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Enhancing The Human Experience with Mark Phillips

"The world in which we live. How did you get that okay so to this day. I didn't actually play this. But the moment like i decided on my title means for society came around. You know we live in society. And i now. My books forever notice that for my friends but the relations title. It didn't it kind of spoke to me originally. But i wanted to be on society didn't want to have a connotation either Wanted to really neutral with some with the actual full title sounds like society encapsulates. Everything in collects it altogether even though it might be a little bit overused potentially corny in that sense but the subtitle the world in which we live it sounds backwards for some reason like you reader when you type it something about you makes makes you wanna say on type something else. It's oddly similar. Almost like the mandela effect. Which is what. I wanted to capture. That doesn't really help. Google searching but no are you saying. It's kind of like yoda speak. Is that what you're saying like star wars. Yoda speak how you twists up the words the world in which we live like not necessarily that. But you know if you get his chance. Try to make an indoor reference the mandela effect. You know how the jiffy peanut butter is it with a with a j j. j. i don't wanna google it. 'cause i won't really know people think that it's with the g. People make beds with jay kennedy based on that mandela affects so it seems like the title sounds difference than what it is when you type it. Almost it's a weird illusion type thing when you when you mess with for so long. So yeah i can kind of twist with your brain a little bit and and the thinking i get it. I see that So i wanna talk about a lot of like. I said i got a lot of things here. I want to chat with you about but you talk about the game. The game of life in your book. I would love for you to share your rules. You know what do you have some principles or rules that you have developed thus far that work for you that you see maybe You know playing out nicely helping you. Play the game of life interest. That's tough because there's definitely one thing i would like that. I am trying to keep in mind. And it's that everything has equal. So i'm not sure. How much of a nerd. You and your audience is but the world is surprisingly balanced. The developers added she. Goes you know what. I mean like some up. Bvd bounce like. I could use some of that. But it's usually everything's ironically balanced in the way that sometimes you just need to make a choice in do something rather than just pondering the outcomes get. The outcome is going to be the same in value either way. It's something that's really strange. On working on approving the road could be a giant math equation. But that's besides the points other than that. I would say it stay true to your values even though it sounds really weird to say but sometimes you can definitely get away from who you are as a person to do something else based on other people's impressions so it could definitely be a benefit to make sure you know who you are gonna take a lot of time in personal development and being maybe fifteen minutes allow just sitting thinking about life and just wondering if this is what you really wanted to do. And what you impeach being true to yourself. More or less yeah. I totally agree about the values. Well i agree about both of those statements. The idea of just doing something that will will move you forward and either give you the feedback of. I don't wanna do this anymore. Or i do wanna do the same or helps you clarify. Doesn't it taking that. Action does in also removing certain words. Vocabulary really helps so one of the things. I try not to try not to say words like lighter on 'cause conveniently enough they don't teach you public speaking in public school topic for another day but i just thought about them when i spoke i if i changed remove those words. You sound a whole lot. More intelligent just by speaking. And then you add that ngo vocabulary than you implement that into your writing and then when you practice a skill it's not directly related to what you wanna get to. It can indirectly improve that skill significantly. And that's going to be taught during my second book skill improvement at a lower level. Not just at the higher level at peak efficiency a type deal and at the same time. Can you remind me a little bit older. You just remind me wants. The question is well. Yeah you know. I i like the idea of the of the taking the action it giving you. Feedback to data so to speak and it sounds like you're into that too like i mean you're you're a high school kid not mini high school. Kids write books or or invest the time to do that. you know. See those things do for wishing. I'm a big fan of like you. Take that action you get feedback back you take bigger and better actions you know becomes a process in it. Sounds like that's kind of what you're talking to is different skills build on one another Even if they're perceived lower skills they all they all boy up the bigger picture so to speak out. I was getting. Yeah then this my mind really quickly while you were kind of diving down the rabbit hole. There it's understandable when you when you died in deep but i love the aspect about the values to on my own journey. When i move as i'm moving forward that becomes more critical if you're if you're not doing anything or you know making anything or creating anything at all which i've been there. I think we've all been there. We're kinda coasting through life. You don't really have to know yourself you. You're not creating anything. But when you're making a difference in the world it becomes more imperative otherwise you could create things that are in alignment with your values right. Yeah just gonna end up biting you. In the by angela eventually becomes a fa- it's almost necessary to build you. You know you talk about you know foundations in your book to it becomes critical as you're building. Whatever you're building your creative empire which. I think we're you know we're all creators were express hers and so if you don't have that foundation of knowing who you are and what you stand for you it's rock. It's shifty there's it's not built on a on a solid foundation in which you build maybe won't have longevity or be you know valuable so to speak as interesting So i i liked that. I liked that. Let me ask you what you mentioned. Some personal development people any. Do anyone standout in mind that you really resonate with or that. You really or philosophers or people that are on the scene right now. That may be influenced you that you kinda kinda really dig. Thanks so that no one in particular just kind of all kinds you went down. The you watched a bunch of and then kind of was inspired to share your own. Sounds like really stuck with me for some reason. There's one that kind of stuck with. It's just a metaphor. It isn't really anything that would be motivational to the point of being a factor. More or less my major success. I like to atone a lot of what i've done so far based on my hike. Because i'm sure you know how it is when you really is really routes imagine. Yeah highschools rough no matter what you do so yeah exactly but with that extra time. It's mainly that. But i don't really get have that much of a person worshiper here. I just. There was something someone said to me. I don't remember where but it's like. Do you really want to live this life in when you go to whatever happens do really want to put in the tape of your life and be like. This is what you're expected to. Here's what you accomplish while and just yet in contrast it's like you could have done so much more. Yeah i add almost sounds like one of the things. I think about often being on my deathbed and looking back and maybe the the things that i didn't do or regretted that it didn't do. Then do those things right now..

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"17 years old" Discussed on Catch my Killer

Catch my Killer

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"17 years old" Discussed on Catch my Killer

"Real world. We learn how to deal with different people and learn responsibility and it's a special time prepare for our future in a Charles Dickens novel titled A Tale of Two Cities. He brilliantly stated it was the best of times it was the worst of times it was the age of wisdom. It was the age of foolishness. It was a season of light. It was a season of Darkness. It was the spring of hope. It was the winter of Despair. That's a pretty good description of how life was back when I was a teenager for this week's episode. I spoke to Bridget her mother Gina and Hannah Bridget Hannah and brown Wells were best friends all three girls attended high school together in Arizona on December 29th, 2014. The body of Brianna Wells was found in the south Phoenix alley near Mobile Lane and 18th Place Brianna had been shot and then dumped their her two best friends Hannah and Bridget also teenagers at the time have never forgotten their friend. It's been nearly six years since Brianna was taken from them. They're both angry that her killer is still free. They want to see Justice for their friend and have vowed to keep Rihanna's memory alive. So that no one ever forgets her I connect to this interview, especially unique. Typically. It's a family member who's advocating for their deceased loved one in this episode. I'm speaking to the victims two best friends in the mother of one of these friends. May I ask why these ladies are pushing for justice and not the family. All three said that Brianna's family has just moved on and have done little to pursue Justice for her regardless off. I'm glad these three friends are committed to getting Justice for this young girl. They have even brought in a private investigator to help them find out what happened to Brianna in 2014. Now on with the story off Brianna Wells is told by Bridgette Gina and Hannah. I started my interview with Bridget who told me about her friendship with Brianna. I first met her in June eighth grade. We had like a history class together. We kind of sat next to each other and we were acquaintances at that time. And then in freshman year, we became really close friends because of our friend Hannah we would hang out pretty much every day. She was just really sweet really funny. She had been held back so she was a little bit like a year older than us, but she said acted way younger than us. It almost felt like she was our little sister. But yeah, we were just really good friends with her. We used to hang out pretty much every day. And as we got to know her more Through The Years wasn't really allowed to go out much freshman year, like she was never allowed to really leave the house, but probably took off more years when she was finally allowed to start hanging out at Hannah's house and we would hang out there a lot and she was just she was like a little kid. She was she was kind of like had she reminded me of having life personality of a puppy like that's how I was kind of think of her kind of acted really like a little kid. Yeah. She was just sweet and funny and then we ended up we we were just really close. We went to a lot of her like fac event to a lot of like sleepovers at her house. We went to her sister's like going away to college party. We were kind of close to her brother. So you got the door parents or family pretty well. And so what kind of what kind of people were parents her parents are really weird. They were very controlling about Where She Went what she did. I remember they went off on vacation and yep. Point and they weren't going to take her because I don't remember why Johannes mom cuz she was over at his house. All the time was like, oh she can just stay with us and they like gave her a list off like rules and they gave she was on all these like crazy medications that they they called Hannah's mom like every hour on the hour. Like did you take her medication what she's doing in a really controlling? Well, it was just really weird. I remember she had like a it was pretty much like a sandwich bag full of medications that she had to take like three times a day and we know that she had BPD so she was borderline personality but a lot of borderline personality, they're not supposed to be on medication. So I don't know where she was getting medication from no Hana is your other friend. Is that correct? Yeah. I'm okay. So when you guys hung around together did your friend seemed troubled or will she worried about anything that she was she afraid of death or did she think that maybe somebody was out to harm her? Does she have any of those thoughts? There's that's that's what that's what it was really shocking is that you know, she didn't really have any like enemies or anything like that. Like we don't remember her having issues with anyone really other than her parents. That's why it was really weird. She never was like scared of anything nothing like that. Yeah. I mean she's a seventeen-year-old kid. So to me, I mean, I'm sorry, but most seventeen-year-olds. I mean they didn't really quite do anything to make enough enemies yet to have anybody wanted something to them. So it would seem kind of strange why somebody would harm her. I mean if it wasn't a robbery or some kind of a sexual assault. She likely wouldn't have anybody that wanted her dead. I wouldn't think unless she did something really bad to somebody but yeah, no, but it's based on what you're saying about your friend. It seems like she was a pretty friendly normal in high school kid. That wouldn't hurt a fly. I don't remember her ever being in like in trouble or she never did that we knew of like a pig. Drugs or anything, like nothing like that. She was very innocent. She we weren't really like kids that were going out and partying. We were pretty much babysitting Hannah's twelve-year-old Brothers every day. So that's what we did. We just hung out with her twelve year old neighborhood kids and played Kick the Can and stuff like that. We weren't doing anything that would get us in trouble really that's kind of what we did and then it's just I don't understand how she got into that scenario. It doesn't make sense to me. So when was the last time did you do you remember when you last said your conversation with her the last time we had seen her is wage was probably in like, what was it August? Okay. So in March, we went to her slumber party. It was very weird. So it was that year in March. She had a summer party and her parents right before they they got divorced parents were like fighting the whole time her mom. Her sister's boyfriend was there and her mom was calling her sister like a horror for having her boyfriend there. It was just really uncomfortable and that's when we yep. I said there was walks on her cupboards. They weren't allowing them to eat. It was really uncomfortable situation and then a couple months later her parents get divorced and she moved in with her dad and her sister took wage college and then her I think maybe like a couple of months later her brother moved away out of state and then they sent her away. Well before they sent her away. She was telling us in March that she was pregnant mom, but she never had a boyfriend and we had never met a boyfriend. She's never talked about a boyfriend and we were she was shelling so she was like really tall really skinny, so we could start to notice a stomach on her, but she thought it was just cuz we knew that she wasn't eating so we thought she was like starving. That's why we thought she had a stomach we were we didn't believe that she was pregnant. So she kept telling us that she was pregnant. That's probably around the last time we talked to her cuz she tells wage like, oh my parents are sending me away to somewhere in Nevada and I won't be able to see you guys for a long time. So we were like, okay it was normal. They always sent her job. Like a mental health facility in Tempe. We didn't think that that was weird. But then she's gone for a couple of months. She was gone from August to December and then she messages Us in December and she says like hey, I'm back but my parents won't let me see you guys and they're not going to let me go back to school and she's like, they're not letting me do the house and not letting me hang out with anyone and they're not going to let me go back to school. So we were like, oh, okay. Well, that sucks. Like keep us keep in touch. We tried to stay in touch with her and then maybe like a couple of weeks after she messaged.

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"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Is your six month emergency fund? What's that number? It's pretty low. I guess. Ballpark like ten thousand maybe from that. So here's this great. So you're going to be able to get that six month emergency fund funded really quickly. And that's when you have options. So now, you don't have to necessarily work two jobs because it's just you. So now, you do cut back, and we wanna get you a job in the writing we want you writing somewhere for somebody even if it's part time, even if it's a online contributor role, but you wanna get into a place in Chicago. You'll a lot of opportunity you wanna get some type of role where you're a writer, even if it's in marketing, you just have to start writing words all the time. Because once you're in a place where you're hanging out with writers. Like, for instance, we've got a great gal on the our team his aim is era. And she she does a lot of writing with me on content. We worked together we collaborate for blog posts like that blog post. You're talking about the three signs is time to leave it up. So Aaron I worked together on that. She supports me in that role in. So I know. This. She sits in an area on. I think it's on our third four. Yeah. It's a third floor. There's writers all over the place. They're all right in for different places in our company. So Molly, even if that is the entry point for you. I want you getting employed in a writing position, even though it's not novels doesn't matter in that space where your professional writer. He could say that about yourself. I'm a professional writer feels pretty good then you're networking and connecting with people that are in that writing space, and they know somebody over here who's who's an acquisitions editor would ever publisher, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, and then you can start right in those novels short stories on the side, and and start building this thing up this a long haul for you. But here's the great news, Molly, you are really close the end of this year to be debt free. And then I mean, we're talking about before the end of twenty twenty a fully funded emergency fund this. This is exciting for you, the sky's the limit. But yes, definitely looked to leave soon from this current role and just get a role where again, good culture good people, and you at least enjoy the role enough to know that it's short term, but it's funding near future. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number. Now, we go to Kevin who's on the line in Manhattan, Kansas. Kevin you're on the Ken Coleman show. Thanks for taking my call today. Sure. How can I help? I'm I'm calling regarding son that I have who's thirty three years old who's lost. Currently. Is not employed. He graduated from college about ten years ago with a degree in chemical engineering has never had a job lived with me that whole time and has recently moved out into another home that I owned and another another state, and I just want to know more. What advice you have for me and or him how to break into the job market or what he can do at this point in time? Well, I'm afraid I don't know all the details. But I'm afraid that the thing that has to happen for him. I is some serious hardship. Feels like this is a kid who's very very intelligent gets a degree in chemical engineering comes back to live with you has live with you for ten years has never had a job..

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"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"That's why we are here. All right. Let's get to your emails. Cans electrolytic mail. Got mail, by the way, the Email address is ask it can Coleman dot com. Ask at Ken Coleman dot com. I E mail comes in from Abby Abby rights, I am currently an ICU nurse and wanted to go back to school for my CR in a most schools. Have an interview process you have guides. She's talking about my interview guides. It Ken Coleman dot com. That specialize in job interviews. But do you have any suggestions tips? Guides for grad school interviews. I do they're essentially the exact same tips in my win. The interview guide at Ken Coleman dot com. I give you questions you need to be prepared for. I would just look at those questions in that guide on how to just nail that interview. And I would just adjust them a little bit. And think about the questions that they're going to ask about the graduate program. That's what this is. There are essentially still doing a job interview. Instead of saying, you know, the things that I list out there about the company it's going to be about the program in really what they're looking for is is about your mission your personal mission. Why are you? Wanting to do this. You know, what's your what's your personal mission? Why are you fired up about this? Why does this mean so much the what is this opportunity mean to you? That's essentially what those questions are going to be for the grad school. So not very different at all. In fact, not different the question of the same. Couple of the words are a little different. But if you prepare for the things they're going to ask you about you why you're doing it your experience all those things be prepared. But then also have some great questions I asked them because again, they want the best and the brightest. Don't forget for a second that when somebody in an education institution is interviewing you for admission. Don't forget for a moment. What their primary concern is let me tell you. They want bright people. Who are going to do well in life and point back to them. It's a marketing game. Don't forget for moment that schools they want bright people who are gonna do. Well, and for the rest of their life spread the message of their school of their program. That's how they get more people word of mouth. So remember they're looking for us much as you're looking for them. Next Email comes in from Lee says Ken, I'm thirty eight year old recovering alcoholic, I've been sober for about three years about two months ago. I started a new job that I like very much. It's a small office. But the problem I'm dealing with is that they go to happy hour after work at a nearby bar at least twice a week with my history and everything it's just bad association and temptation, and I made a decision while ago never to go into a bar. I often get the you've got to come with us one of these days comet, and I haven't told them about the reason for which I turn them down..

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"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Up every day Monday through Friday and did data analytics you dip tin my sweet spot. It's allowing me to use what I do best, which is my talent. And it very much is what I love to do. Most is the type of work that I get. Really excited about I think if you get clarification on that. And then you find out what are the steps. And by the way, there's some online research you can do as well not just talked to some people in the field. So combine those two pieces of research, and you're going to get clarity on what the next steps are. So if it is in fact that you've got to go get some more schooling. Don't go into debt just doing it slowly do it slowly. So that was the first part of your call. And I want to answer that as well. If it takes you three or four more years to do a two year thing or whatever the program is just do it do it as you go at the end of the day. It's going to be way more worth it. Then putting yourself in debt and then having to dig out there's no need to it took me eight to nine years to get where I wanted to be in broadcasting. It's a long haul. But it's worth it. So that's what you need to do very clear steps go for it. And I'm believing in you, Carol. I know you can do this. So go do that work. And then the next we're gonna reveal themselves to you eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven coming up. We're going to get to your emails and more phone calls. Don't move. This is the Ken Coleman show on Sirius XM. All right, folks, two thousand nineteen is here and a kid think of a better smarter way to get yourself out there, then working with my friends at ZipRecruiter. You know, what you wanna do work that you love? And so the smart way to get yourself out. There is with my friends at ZipRecruiter. Their technology is second to none why. Because of their matching technology, you put in what you wanna do what you're good at what you love, and they're gonna take your information and just like a personal or they're going to get it out to companies who are looking for.

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"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"I think salary to programs. It's a six year degree that. I'll get into more years. All right. So two more years from now what happens give me the dream scenario. Two more years. Now, what happens in two more years I've been in healthcare ever since I was seventeen so hopefully, I can take on sort of an office manager type position, okay? In healthcare. Yes, sir. Because you have this degree. And if you don't really like sales right now is just it's not really your thing. And you're scared to death. If I don't hit my goal. I'm going to get fired and my wife and kids are gonna starve so. Correct. Number one. They're not gonna starve so you need to relax your fear a little bit. I appreciate your heart. I think your heart's in the right place. Okay. A love it that you care so much, and you're worried about this. But three is you're not gonna starve your talent to twenty year old. I'd like to see you move out of the sales role. And I'd like to see you get in a position where you are in healthcare, and you are in the business side of things. And again, you know, the space better than I do. But what I mean is I'd like to see you working for somebody in some role some support role that is doing what you eventually want to do. I wanna see you working for that man or woman interstate what I'm saying because that is valuable experience for you. To work for somebody who's doing what you wanna do. You're watching how they do things you're learning from them. You're taking notes and keeping this part to yourself. How I would do this differently. It's not there to be a spirit of criticism. But it is a spirit of owning going. Okay. I understand why they did it this way. I think maybe I'd do it this way. And I'd like to see you get out of a sales role in to a support role. How much money do you make? That's the problem. So right now, I'm bringing about one thirty five. Whoa. Okay. Yeah. Now, I just did sit everything I needed to say. Because you're not, you know, why I'm laughing because you're not gonna move into that role. I'm talking about and make anywhere close to one thirty five. Like forty five fifty thousand dollars position. I know twice started laughing. So now, my vice is different. You know, what my vice is now Ashton put your big boy pants on. Put your big boy pants on. You. Gotta get over this fear. You gotta start doing great. You're not giving them your full effort. You said it yourself. You're not smashing things you probably see sales as role that you can learn and get better at you can be trained you can become better. And what you need to do, sir is realized that this sales role that's paying you. Really good money is setting you up beautifully to step in two years from Allen to the space. You won't be in. It's good money. And it is temporary. So you can handle it. Stop worrying about. What happened to you last time? Here's here's how we avoid that issue. Kill crush at work hard. When you start to go on making really good money. See here's your problem Ashton. You're.

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"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"And if you show them that you're all about that. And then you're just there for some advice and some help and and support on the way. Wow. Huge eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number. Let's go to Ashton is on the line Stafford Virginia Ashton, you're on the Ken Coleman show. How you doing? I am living the dream, sir. How are you? Doing good. How can I help today? So I'm twenty years old I've in pursuit of my degree. I read a program for a masters in business admin, and I'm in a sales job in. Absolutely just can't stand knowing that. I could get fired any moment over quota. Some kinda just wondering what can I do to adjust my path, but keep my same incomes, and they do have a wife at a child. Okay. You were talking really fast. Tell me what is the name of that degree, you're pursuing. And then where you think that's going to take you where you want it to take you. So I'm pursuing a degree in masters in business administration. Okay. And I'm hoping it will end me some sort of operations manager type job. Oh, okay. But you're in a sales role right now. Yes, sir. And you just can't stand. The fact that you might get let go at any moment because of a quota I don't understand that. Can you be more specific? So I live in Virginia. It isn't at will state. Yeah. So in a previous job, I hit my. A quota every single month except for once and they texted me on Fridays at can bring your work for incumbent. I need to talk to you. And I got let go on a moment's notice. And I just I can't do it anymore. I literally just convulse my life. So you're really you're obsessing about this idea that what happened in the past could happen to you again. Correct. Well, there's two things going on here. Number one. You are obsessing, and this is a fear. That's just driving you crazy, and you know. Have you had an issue or you're not meeting your sales goals in this new role? Not yet. But I'm not smashing them either. Okay. But the reality is you don't wanna be in sales. Anyway, like your long term goal is to be in business administration. You enjoy the the the nuts and bolts leadership management side of business. Correct. Yes, sir. Well, you're twenty years old how long before you're going to be done with this program..

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"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"17 years old" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"Caller driven show. It's your show. It's your time to get the clarity. You need that you can confidently step out on the path your purpose and courageously stay on the journey. We believe that everyone was created to do something unique. It is needed. And that you must do it. So we're on purpose. Here are you catching the drift? Are you getting what I'm laying down today? We are on purpose. A little bit later. We'll get to your Email. If you'd like to submit an Email question, it needs to be brief in it needs to be very specific. If not you to call me, nothing to be afraid of I'll take good care of you. If you do wanna Email a question. Ask at Ken Coleman dot com. Ascot Ken Coleman dot com. Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the number. Let's go we start with Terry. Who's on the line in Chile? Quin Oregon terrier on the Ken Coleman show again. Thanks for taking my call. Sure. How can I help? Seventeen year old daughter is about to graduate high school and wants to go to college. But she doesn't know when she went to study at she doesn't know what God has made her to do. So we want to know how to help her figure out what God made her to do. So she doesn't waste time and mice but studying things that won't need or done that road. Now, this is exciting. And I'm so proud of he's a dad for calling. Okay. This is very simple in its fail-safe. But it's just gonna take a little bit of time and diligence first thing want to do is I want you and your wife both to make a list of what you believe your daughter's top talents. Are you've known her since she came out of the womb? What does she always done? Just naturally. Very well. Yeah. She's you asking me. No, no. No. No, no. Because I'm going to give you the process because this you're asking on behalf of your daughter. So it's a little different than me helping person on the phone. So I'm gonna give you the process. I think it's important for people to here. So I want you and your wife you can make it together. You can make it separate. I don't care, but you and your wife to go out on a date or some or do it separately come together and agree on this is what our daughter does best doesn't have to be three things could be seven things. But the things that she does really really. Well, what is she gifted at what skills has she developed? That's the first list, that's the Taliban. The second list is the passion list. What is she always spinner time on, you know, whether it was creative things or imagination type things or she, you know, a detail person in very process driven and enjoys getting involved and things like that. I don't know what it is. You do you know your daughter best? So what does she love to do? Most. What subjects does she? Send her time on what's your favorite subject class in school of what does she talk about dream about? What are the things that she really really enjoys now again, she seventeen. So I want you to understand that she's still developing and so certainly a younger person their passions or going to change a little bit. So don't, you know, don't make this so rigid that there's no room for some fluctuation. And so you finish that passion list. Okay. And then you guys think through the process, just you and your wife. All right. How could she use her talents to perform her passions? What are some different ways? At those two lines with details in them talent passion, how they intersect now. Don't try to answer it for her just think about it. And then I want you to have her do the same exercise. So have heard right down her top talents and her top passions and help her think through it. Before you send her off on her homework assignment. Like torture about passions. Are what you love to do most. What work have you dreamed about.

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