35 Burst results for "19 Years"

Biden Administration Announces First Guantanamo Detainee Transfer

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | Last week

Biden Administration Announces First Guantanamo Detainee Transfer

"The Biden administration has transferred a detainee from the U. S military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Morocco. It's the first such prisoner release since President Biden took office. The 56 year old Moroccan was held at Guantanamo for 19 years without charge. 39 detainees remain at the

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Boris Johnson Condemns ‘Appalling’ Racist Abuse of England Players

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Boris Johnson Condemns ‘Appalling’ Racist Abuse of England Players

"British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has condemned racist abuse that was directed at three England soccer players. The incident came after England's loss in the European Championship final. Foreign correspondent Karen Thomas reports. The three black England players missed their penalties in the team shootout loss against Italy at Wembley Stadium in London. The 19 year old bouquet Osaka missed the decisive penalty that gave the title to Italy and tonight. England its first major international soccer trophy since 1966 World Cup. All three players immediately started receiving racist abuse on Social media. England's Football Association issued a statement saying it was appalled by the disgusting behavior. London Police condemned the unacceptable abuse, adding it will be investigating the offensive and racist social media

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Caller Believes Liberals Cry 'Racism' When Simply Talking About History

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last month

Caller Believes Liberals Cry 'Racism' When Simply Talking About History

"My father when he was 19 years old 20 years old. He was out in the South Pacific and the U. S s car clean fighting for our freedom. Yep. Cause I tried to explain that to my son when he was playing his video game goes down. I'm fighting the drivers that you're not sure I said you're fucked. Your grandfather was out in the South Pacific D E is destroyed Escort and he was actually fighting the Japanese, you know? Uh, you know, it's I feel like now, if you even talk about what happened in the past, now you're racist. Yeah, but we're going to talk about it, no matter what. And They want to learn history on the left, and we need to teach history. We need to teach history and what they don't want to teach is the greatness of this country. We have men and women who have died. In the last several decades, defending Muslims from Muslims Isn't that true, sir? Right? Whether it's in Afghanistan, whether it's in the Middle East. We have special forces now in Africa. Trying to protect Innocent people. Christians by Christians. From some of these Muslim terrorist groups in Nigeria in the Congo and other places. Now we don't deserve a pat on the head for this sort of thing. I'm just trying to. I'm going against the narrative. The narrative is ridiculous. What we're hearing day in and day out around here. Day in and day out. Yeah. The when I saw that general talking about critical race theory. Listen, when you get the army if you get the gate in the Marines, whatever you're an American, and you're fighting against a folk You're not fighting against each other. That's what got me upset. Yeah, and it should have gotten upset

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Mainstream Media Cannot Underestimate Who Iran's President-Elect Ebrahim Raisi Is

Mark Levin

01:49 min | Last month

Mainstream Media Cannot Underestimate Who Iran's President-Elect Ebrahim Raisi Is

"Racy is also likely to succeed the ailing Ali Khamenei. In other words, run the whole country is the supreme leader. Is deeply describing record in mindset, Warren Close examination. So who is this guy racy? Has it been reported on any cable news program has been reported on any network news program. Course not. Raisi became an Islamist ideologue as a teen studying in the seminary in Qom. After the revolution when he was only 19 years old and lacking any university education. He was appointed as a prosecutor. Rising over the following four decades to fill the positions of attorney general keep a deputy chief justice and, most recently, chief justice. Iran's theocratic dictatorship. Most notably racy, was one of four members of a death committee. Responsible for the 1988 execution of thousands and thousands of Iranian prisoners of conscience in the space of a few months. The ideologically motivated mass executions constituted both at crime against humanity and genocide, a cleansing of religious infidels, according to international human rights expert Geoffrey Robertson. It was a massacre, he says comparable with those that shrimp Branca And Kate and Forest. Raisi would typically spend only a few minutes with each prisoner. Some young Children. Asking them questions to test their allegiance to radical Islam. The prisoners, mostly leftist revolutionaries, who would help bring the regime to power typically refused to feign loyalty, even after prolonged and brutal torture. Which in some cases, was personally directed and overseen by racing himself. It's estimated that a minimum

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"19 years" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

Self Made Strategies

02:14 min | Last month

"19 years" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

"You're nineteen years old and you've started a seven seven figure business. Take us back man. How did that happen. Oh i saw it overnight. Success like everyone else thinks of course right of course what almost almost four years right so i started the business in my junior year of high school with my good friend ought to josh and we found this person. This guy name billy wilson. We didn't know who he was. We just knew that he was a college dropout. Baking now over one hundred k plus year six figure salary more money than he would have made if he would have stayed in college in pursued a career that he was going to go through teaching how to start a social media marketing. Each though at the time was the junior high school. I had just read the book. Rich dad poor. Dad and in roy opened my eyes right and once. What's by by. Is you know my vision. Expanded a little bit more I realized that. I had the permission though because this was my life. I hit the permission to go out and pursue. What i always knew i was destined to do and i was just to do. Great things in to not live the typical nine to five life at everyone else. Kind of settles for i don't even say strive. I think they a lot of people settle for that. And i wanted to go out and do the impossible and Pursued that first of all most absolutely horrible didn't make really anyone. I i don't why didn't give to be honest with you because it was just i had no. I think i had to lie to myself a few times. Yeah i'm i don't know i don't know what it was by told my so there was a voice in my head that set keep going keep going and eventually twelve months after the program. We hit the six-figure run run rate. So eight thousand thirty three months. We got up to about fourteen thousand dollars a month in month and mr emina choose well covert hit right and we were in the fitness space. Doing marking fitness companies and Agency just flopped. In like a few days we went from fifteen k basically two

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Jared Curry on Becoming a 19-Year-Old With a 7 Figure Business

Self Made Strategies

02:14 min | Last month

Jared Curry on Becoming a 19-Year-Old With a 7 Figure Business

"You're nineteen years old and you've started a seven seven figure business. Take us back man. How did that happen. Oh i saw it overnight. Success like everyone else thinks of course right of course what almost almost four years right so i started the business in my junior year of high school with my good friend ought to josh and we found this person. This guy name billy wilson. We didn't know who he was. We just knew that he was a college dropout. Baking now over one hundred k plus year six figure salary more money than he would have made if he would have stayed in college in pursued a career that he was going to go through teaching how to start a social media marketing. Each though at the time was the junior high school. I had just read the book. Rich dad poor. Dad and in roy opened my eyes right and once. What's by by. Is you know my vision. Expanded a little bit more I realized that. I had the permission though because this was my life. I hit the permission to go out and pursue. What i always knew i was destined to do and i was just to do. Great things in to not live the typical nine to five life at everyone else. Kind of settles for i don't even say strive. I think they a lot of people settle for that. And i wanted to go out and do the impossible and Pursued that first of all most absolutely horrible didn't make really anyone. I i don't why didn't give to be honest with you because it was just i had no. I think i had to lie to myself a few times. Yeah i'm i don't know i don't know what it was by told my so there was a voice in my head that set keep going keep going and eventually twelve months after the program. We hit the six-figure run run rate. So eight thousand thirty three months. We got up to about fourteen thousand dollars a month in month and mr emina choose well covert hit right and we were in the fitness space. Doing marking fitness companies and Agency just flopped. In like a few days we went from fifteen k basically two

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"19 years" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

Self Made Strategies

01:44 min | Last month

"19 years" Discussed on Self Made Strategies

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Colorado Shooting Leaves 3 Dead, Including Officer and Gunman

Charlie Parker

00:43 sec | Last month

Colorado Shooting Leaves 3 Dead, Including Officer and Gunman

"Police officer as well as a good Samaritan had been killed in the Denver suburb of Arvada also killed the gunman believed to be behind those deaths. The officer, a 19 year veteran of the department named Gordon Beasley had been responding to a report of suspicious activity. What had happened. Residents were visibly shaken by the killings. I saw three people dead, laying in the street old town around one of those a officer. How sad it is for them. They know any any day that they leave their home. They can go out and face something that they're not going to return from. The gunman has not been identified yet, and there's no word on a motive. This continues the rising trend of violent crime. There have been nearly 300, mass shooting so far this year in the

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Alleged Motive Behind Phoenix-Area Fatal Road Rage Shooting Revealed in Court

Buck Sexton

00:27 sec | Last month

Alleged Motive Behind Phoenix-Area Fatal Road Rage Shooting Revealed in Court

"In the Phoenix metro area, trying to learn more about the suspect arrested in connection with Thursday's shooting spree that left one person dead 12 more hurt, 19 year old ashen trick. Arco is accused of at least 20 counts of serious felonies, including First degree murder. Investigators say the motive of these drive by shootings is still unknown, but court documents reveal Chicago believes anyone driving by him is pointing a gun at him. Justin

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$500M Mega Millions Jackpot Ticket Sold

WBZ Morning News

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

$500M Mega Millions Jackpot Ticket Sold

"There was one ticket worth a half billion dollars sold in the mega millions, drawing one of the biggest prizes in the Games. 19 year history. The winning numbers for the mega million's draw. 69, 17, 18 and 48. The mega ball was eight. Somebody in Pennsylvania just saw their life change. $515 million You want to just get the cash payout. 348 million makes it the ninth largest jackpot since the game began, way back in

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"19 years" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

Ramsey Call of the Day

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

"I think a loved as point of checking in wake up in his own party partying all night. That letters laying there. That's right and he remembers. He remembers his value. Just curious real quick as he ever shared a dream with you for his future Yeah he has a well. I don't know if i necessarily one hundred percent of lying with it but ask you that. Yeah dream Is he wants to go into business. in the dispensary. Business because california. You know marijuana's legal So but he likes the medicinal purposes of it and so he wants to go into that world war twenty one so for him to get free pot than what it is exactly. That's why i've been encouraging him to You know he. He offered a job to work as like an activity director. For you know a old Older elderly people home. Are you in a good church. Kansas are y'all in a good church. Yeah i am to my son hater miss on if he goes. No your husband to my husband does not tell no. I think you ought to get some people in your corner. They're walking this out with you. 'cause you're going to have idiots say this is tough love and it's not tough love. It's just love tough. Love is no different than love love has boundaries to it and and as for me and my house. We don't do things this way and so you can't live here if you're going to do this this way. That's what you're saying and a 'cause you love him but be there for him. Don't abandon this. Thanks for tuning into the ramsey call of the day. Check out all of our podcast. Just search ramsey network on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you listen..

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"19 years" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

Ramsey Call of the Day

06:52 min | 2 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on Ramsey Call of the Day

"Pants friday and this is the ramsey call of the day part of the ramsey networks. Joining me today is ramsey personality. Ken coleman kansas is where the sacramento. Hi candice welcome to the ramsey show. Hi guys thanks for taking my call true. So i'm having a bit of a memorial dilemma. That i love your advice on My son he's nineteen years old and We've decided as a family including him in the decision making process that you know he's gotta be out on his own on june first We are a month away and he has no money saved And his plan is to go live on a friends couch in the bad part of town. Where two bedroom apartment. That has five people already living in it so my husband and i are debating. Do we give him more time He's shown no motivation to do anything more geared to save So we're trying to figure out what to do and our first teenager so we need some help. Some hard discussions isn't it. Yeah yeah it is you know we we. He's a very unmotivated teenager Just works at the drive in making twelve hundred bucks a month you know. He could probably pay to run on parliament and listen friends but he's done nothing to save. He's making dumb stupid kid decisions So we feel like maybe he won't go do anything if we don't pick them out So yeah what are your thoughts Komen what would your dad have done. Well i i feel like there needs to be some some details here on the back story. Sounds like there's been some behavior violating some values of house rules. That are just at this point. You and your husband are saying. This is non-negotiable and i guess he's admitted to this. And that's where we got to the agreement of june one is. That is that a quick well. My my dad would have held to the one. Despite the fact that i would have been woefully In this scenario this is me. And i'm not prepared. He would held to it. And i i gotta tell you. I've got teenagers myself. And i'm trying to put myself into this situation candice. But i think that failure in my life has been the greatest teacher and there's all different types of failure here and it's really hard as a parent figure it out and so his situation i hold to it you and his dad and hammer in the discussion right yes. Uh-huh yeah and we've been we. We decided this back. In february after he got fired from like his third. You know we'll minimum wage job And we're like come on. Dude you gotta you gotta start doing something and he was just you know partying ally Come home hours. doesn't you know. And he was paying rent to us. And so i was doing you know. Aol has had his dad do back in the day. Which was you know he pays rent. And we'd save it and then one day. When he moved out we were going to give it to him but then he got a speeding take so we know we're like well luckily had this money safe for you. we keep. She hears you my office every day all day so he knows the baby steps. There's you know there's nothing to get his life together so You know. I'm going to take page out of dr john's book that i might not have a year ago And i'm probably going to write all of this down as a letter for him to have and physically carry with him and the letter also includes not only the things that He's not done but it includes the fact that Any time that you want some help anytime that you're ready to move in the direction that are consistent with the values that we've taught you. We will help you do that. We are not carving you out of our life. As a matter of fact we are heartbroken. I mean my my heart's broken just listening and i can't imagine anything harder and sadder But you know that you run the danger if you go the other direction of being an enabler and he'll be twenty nine and still doing the same thing right absolutely afraid because there's no progression in no pain to move him off dead center so It might be that. That's what his wakeup call is. And you've heard ao story. His dad kicked him out. He lives in his car because he he was a smart ankle. Smart off his mother and You know run up a bunch of debt and got kicked out of school and they throw him out and he lives car for a year but his dad checked with him every week and made sure he was okay but let him live in his car. You know and so. And you know. I oh tell you. That's the best thing that ever happened to him. when you but when he did say art dad. I'm ready to straighten up and come home. First thing hannity was a daveramsey budget and he got on it by god then you know because he was because he is. His little tail was ready. But that's a story in a nutshell. And so i'm thinking the thing you don't want to do with this is just abandon him to himself. I still want to keep. I still want to keep as much love and influence over him as i possibly can by constantly extending not help that enables not help that causes him to continue on the same path but any sign. That's positive i'm gonna meet him on that sign and he goes and gets a job. I wanna try to get out that good. If you start working on your debts. i'll pay some of it. I'll pay you know a a match. Whatever you put on your dad or mom. I'm going to start doing a budget and okay come over and sit down. We'll have dinner. And i'll show you know coach you with this. I'll meet with you over coffee once a week and you're not abandoning him. That's my point okay. And that that would make this the only way it's tolerable for me emotionally real hard. Yeah kansas i i. I like days idea of the letter. I would add a section in there on what you and your husband have noticed about him. His brightest moments in life or there have been on the sporting field or in the classroom or at. This is when your your best. Yeah and this is what we see. And you've got all this potential. This teacher said in the sixth grade about you. I would remind him of his tremendous value and i would also say hey we believe there's a unique role that you put on this planet to fill. We will help you get there But this is an agreement and wonder if you wanna put it in there. But i would i would show a lot of value. There led him. See that and then..

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Nine Killed in Russian School Shooting; Putin Calls for Gun Law Review

Breakfast with Sammy J

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Nine Killed in Russian School Shooting; Putin Calls for Gun Law Review

"Nine victims, including seven Children, who died in a school shooting in Kazan in central Russia, has been formally identified Your correspondent, Little Basil reports. The Children were all teenagers in their eighth year of schooling on the two adults worked at the school. One was a 25 year old English teacher who died while trying to protect one of his students. The alleged shooter has been identified in the Russian media as a 19, year old former student of this school and the registered owner of a shotgun. He has been detained by police. The shooting rampage began on Tuesday morning, and students could be seen leaping from the third floor windows of the school building to escape. Authorities in Kazan have now formally identified the victims, and President Vladimir Putin has ordered a review of gun ownership laws.

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Russia School Shooting: Children and Teacher Killed in Kazan

AP 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Russia School Shooting: Children and Teacher Killed in Kazan

"Walker. A gunman opened fire on a school in Russia this morning, killing seven students and a teacher. 21. Other people wounded, say Russian officials. This happened in the city of Kazon officials say the suspect is 19 years old and under arrest. No word yet on why

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Broadband Companies Paid for Millions of Fake "Net Neutrality" Comments to Regulators

The Vegas Take

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Broadband Companies Paid for Millions of Fake "Net Neutrality" Comments to Regulators

"Among those behind millions of fake net neutrality. Comments filed with the FCC New York Attorney General Leticia James says broadband industry companies paid more than $4 million for a campaign that generated more than 8.5 million. Fake comments to the FCC to quote create the appearance of grassroots opposition to net neutrality rules. Another nine million comments supporting that neutrality were found to have been made by a 19 year old college student talks is Tanya J. Powers that neutrality bars Internet service providers from blocking or throttling Web traffic or offering paid fast lanes and an army trainees been arrested after

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Sikh Community in Indianapolis Calls for Gun Reforms After FedEx Shooting

WBUR Programming

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Sikh Community in Indianapolis Calls for Gun Reforms After FedEx Shooting

"The sick religious community and Indianapolis or calling for tighter gun laws. As they mourn the deaths of four seeks and last week's mass shooting at a FedEx facility. They were among the eight people who were killed by a 19 year old gunman. More than 200 people attended a vigil in a city park last night.

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Sikh Community Mourns Loss of Four in Indianapolis FedEx Shooting

The Savvy Investor Radio

00:30 sec | 3 months ago

Sikh Community Mourns Loss of Four in Indianapolis FedEx Shooting

"Tight knit Sikh community is in mourning after four Sikhs were gunned down in a mass shooting Thursday night that killed eight people at a FedEx warehouse. Authorities aren't publicly speculating on a motive in the shootings by a 19 year old ex employee. But the attack was another blow to the Asian American community amid ongoing attacks against Asian Americans during the pandemic. Police say the team began firing randomly of people in the parking lot, killing four. Then he went inside the building and killed four more between before turning the gun on himself.

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Indianapolis Community Mourns Victims of FedEx Facility Shooting

News, Traffic and Weather

01:04 min | 3 months ago

Indianapolis Community Mourns Victims of FedEx Facility Shooting

"At a FedEx facility in Indianapolis. We're learning new details about the victims and the history of the suspect. ABC is well car has the latest new details emerging is Authorities comb the crime scene after a mass shooting at an Indianapolis FedEx facility, the second largest FedEx Express up in the world? Our her 10 shots from years in front of the entrance. Please say a 19 year old killed eight people in the massacre and wounded five others before taking his own life. Now we're learning more about the victims, all that have been identified by police. Their ages range from 19 to 74 after victims members of the local sick community, according to the sick coalition, speaking to G M a overnight one woman related to two of the victims, says she's hoping family members from India can pay their respects. We can't even schedule a funeral. We have to make sure that my sister's brother can get here so she can see her. The last time the family was planning a child's birthday party this weekend. There now in mourning, and

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Police ID Killer in FedEx Shooting as 19-Year-Old Man

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Police ID Killer in FedEx Shooting as 19-Year-Old Man

"Taking his own life. He was a former FedEx employees and he'd been under psychiatric detention last year in active shooter. Currently first responders race to the chaotic scene finding the wounded and the witness is running for cover. There was no confrontation. With anyone that was there. He just appeared to randomly start shooting whole, then took his own life. About one year after an interview with the FBI, the team's own mother had reported him to local police, saying he might try to die by suicide by cop. Authorities say hole was put on an immediate detention, mental health temporary hold and a shotgun was taken from his home in the wake of another mass shooting. President Biden called gun violence in the U. S and international embarrassment that CBS is Nicky Batiste reporting. Four of the victims were members of the Sikh community, but it's not clear yet if they were specifically targeted. Tension in Chicago as protestors clashed with police again last night

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Four members of Sikh community among victims in Indianapolis shooting

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Four members of Sikh community among victims in Indianapolis shooting

"At this hour. The coroner's office has released the names of the eight people who were fatally shot when a man opened fire at a FedEx plant in Indianapolis yesterday. For the victims of the shooting were from Indianapolis is Sikh community. The mass shooting marks another blow for the Asian American community in the United States. Shooter has been identified as a 19 year old former employee of FedEx. Police say he killed himself after shooting his

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Who Is Indianapolis FedEx Shooter Brandon Hole?

News, Traffic and Weather

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Who Is Indianapolis FedEx Shooter Brandon Hole?

"About the gunman who shot and killed eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis and Ed Donahue has this report. The shooter has been identified. 19 year old Brandon Hole. FedEx officials have confirmed that Mr Hole was a former employee at the facility, and he was last employed in 2020. Indianapolis. Deputy police she Craig McCarty says they don't know why Hole left the job or if he had ties to the workers in the facility. So now the work really begins trying to establish some of that. Let's see if we can figure out some sort of motive in this, but we don't have that right now. Evidence was taken from holes home, including desktop computers. The FBI says agents questioned whole last year after his mother called police to say her son might commit suicide by cop. I'm Ed

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19-Year-Old Former Employee Identified as FedEx Shooting Gunman

The World

01:18 min | 3 months ago

19-Year-Old Former Employee Identified as FedEx Shooting Gunman

"Three mass shootings this year. The latest has resulted in nine deaths, including the shooters. It happened at a FedEx facility near the Indianapolis airport shortly before midnight yesterday. Today, police have identified the gunman and joining us now with more is reporter Jill Sheridan from member station W F Y I welcome I think you also so I understand. The shooter is a former employee of FedEx. That's correct. Police. A 19 year old Brandon Hole has been identified as the shooter. Now he was a FedEx employees as recently as last year. Ah hope was not working there now. Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department deputy chief Craig. My card says detectives working with the FBI have no search tolls home and have issued other warrants. So now the work really begins trying to establish some of that and you see if we can figure out some sort of motive in this, but we don't have that right now. So whole has had contact with local law enforcement officials who seized in a legal gun from him last year. It was last night that whole carrying a rifle began shooting randomly outside the FedEx facility where four people were killed in the parking lot. He then entered the building where police say he randomly shot and killed another four people before turning the gun on himself. What is the status of the investigation at this

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"19 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Because you're not there as much as you like it long as you are communicating with your children as long as you're communicating with your family. The reason why prime example my mom Were three jobs kristie when we were growing up. three jobs for the school district in the morning times Then after she goes for k. Mart k. mart was around and after that she'll work for christian bookstore and weekends and she did that and she told us why you know why she did that. Between september all the way up until december. That weep for christmas she said. Hey you mom's not going to be around a lot right now. Because i want to make sure that you will have a good christmas in so moms wanna get off work and go work another job and every time mom went to work. We got excited because it was like. Wow mom is doing that for us. So how you explain it and communicate to your kids what's going on and make them feel like it's going to benefit them in the long run your kids should say all because some crazy They should let mom. I get you mama. I love you mom. Thank you so much But i think from the practical side if you work the math in your benefit if you put the extra win thousand dollars a month all towards your dead. The lady she could be out of is in four years and two months a squeeze at another thousand dollars. You could be out of debt within a matter about three and a half years. Yeah and the the one thing. I would add jennifer is. I would say if you decide to go this route. The anthony are recommending. I would say don't feel like a victim to it. It say oh yeah. I'm doing this for us. All in and say i get to do this. I get to still off at two thirty or whatever time you said. There are some people that they work three jobs for several years. They don't see their kids at all because it's a it's that for a major debt or medical school. I remember meg meeker anthony told me she was. There was literally years general years when she didn't see your kids hardly at all because it was a long term goal of being a doctor and that type of thing. But i would just look for all the good and this of oh my gosh you still get to see your kids you still get to see him or your son in the afternoons you get to spend time with them. You get to still go to the park be outside. It's not like you don't get to see him at all. Let's be real to see how many people have to work every single month. They don't get two or three months right right right. That's what i mean. It feels like a lot to you but it still such a blessing if you choose to look at it. That way of yes. This is more than i'm used to. But i can do this. Here's the blessings that are still camped. In this of i get off at this time. And this is what normal people work and all that type of thing and then it will change your attitude when you drive to work in the summer. Because i don't want you drive into work in the summer jennifer with a scowl on your face and your disgruntled of i don't want to be doing this and you feel like a victim. You're not a victim you're choosing this. I'm choosing if you do. I'm choosing to work these extra money to get out of debt quicker for my son and i long term to be free and then you can have all the summer. She wants to the other thing. That i would say is remember. It's a season anthony. Just gave you a time line. Three and a half to four years. This is a season. it's not forever. I had a similar conversation with my family Anthony in the spring of twenty seventeen. When i was about to launch my book business boutique. I was like mommy's about be on the road. Matinee talked about. We've talked with the family. Doctor everybody what is this. Gonna look like what's going to look like. I'm not here a lot and it's gonna look like i'm gonna need a lotta help in the grand scheme of things. This is a small amount of time for this goal. This calling that have to get the book out there. This doesn't mean forever when you realize it's a season. Then it gives you the strength to get through address. Good it's not forever it's just. We're going to buckle down for this period of time. Whatever that period of time is we're going to buckle down for this period of time to get through. I want to thank producer. James child and associate producer kelly daniel and my co host anthony.

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"19 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

06:24 min | 4 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Debt. Free did not have any question about how we pay for that wedding matt right paid for that wedding and he said tears coming down my face and he said no he said it's our money never never held over my head. Never said you should have done whatever. Be that kind of man. It's be a good man. Like matt. Right matt right now. This the ramsey show christina rights. You can find me on instagram at chris. Tb right and hanging out with me. Today as anthony o'neill at anthony oneal on instagram. We are answering your questions about life. Money business or whatever you want to talk about triple eight eight to five five two two five. We're gonna go to jennifer and harrisburg pennsylvania. Hey jennifer how's it going. Hey guy cover you good. How can anthony not help. A what would they do question So well here's a situation. I recently got my masters in social work. And after two years i finally got a job in my field using my degree And i just was given an auction today. Currently i do nine months work nine in schools nine months a year and then i have the three months off in the summer and Thirty seven thousand and eleven dollars with bake I just found out that. If i were to work twelve months out of the year i could make forty eight forty nine thousand dollars a year. So there's a tall thousand dollar difference just by working extra three months. Now the commute time would still be the same. I'm still commuting about two hours total power. Bi and here's the key is i'm a single mom and have been All my life. Well my son's life. I have you know and so it's like i'm kind of torn. Do i work the nine months. And have the star wars off to spend with him and just really try to pay off the with the lower income or do i take the other Higher income and sacrifice time with my son. How how How much do you have Seventy thousand i'm his time. And what time do you get off. Work in the On the school day or summer day. Like what your schedule. It varies If i work in the schools i can be done when the schools are done and then the commute home so i've begun to thirty. I'd be homelike three thirty If i'm not working in the schools. If i'm working at the office i'm getting up at four o'clock and not getting home until five o'clock five thirty depending on traffic. Yeah i'm a. This is another one. We were talking about this earlier today. Which is why. I'm asking a lot of questions because this is a super personal issue. But i'm gonna tell you what i would do. I would absolutely do it. You're talking about a massive increase in income term sacrifice long-term reward and i will being transparent here. My mom was a single mom and she took me to her cake shop with her. I i spent more time at the cake shop. You know with with her employees. And i did my friends a lot of my childhood and it turned out fine and i. I'm not the only person. But i just want to encourage single moms out there. Don't be sorry for the struggle. You're not harming your kids by the struggle by being a teams and we're going to sacrifice together. This is what we do this. How life is we're in it together. We're we're a team. Your kids aren't gonna make it despite the struggle. they're gonna make it because of it. I am who i am. Because of what mom and i went through together and so i just i think that you have you have so much potential to get out of debt. So much faster with these three months in the summer. Few years that you could make so much more progress i would say i lean heavily towards. Yes take that extra income work those hours and you're not talking about. You're getting off at seven o'clock at night. You don't see them. You still have an opportunity to see them so but again. It's i have to be very cautious. When i'm telling women what you should do with your children. That is super personal jennifer. So i want you to hold this loosely. This is another woman to woman saying. This is what i would do. But i'm not you and it's not my child and that's a very personal decision but i think that that the sacrifice you're talking about a few months in the summer for the long term payoff of getting out of debt so much faster and that much income in a short amount of time in my opinion is absolutely worth it. That's me so i'm going to echo what christie say and. I'm gonna break you down from a financial perspective. Okay i think number one. I'm going to have a conversation with my my children. Say hey this is what mother is doing. And this is why mother is doing it So that way they know you're not just something just because they're not filling a certain kind of way they understand why mom is doing it now on their flips out when we break down a math. Okay if you're getting an extra twelve thousand dollars a year that's an extra one thousand dollars a month. And if you're seventy thousand dollars in debt if you can put fifteen thousand dollars a year towards his dead it will take you write about four years to get out of this F- about four years. Some change to get out of this. And i think that's a great sacrifice and if you tell your kids hey the next few years mother is doing this so i can set myself up to be a better mother a better provider for you all long term so when you go off to college we can make sure that you do not have to do what i did So mom is going to do this for the next four years so we could do this. But here's the thing jennifer you have to be very strategic these next four years. That's fifteen thousand dollars a year. If you can get on your budget and figure out how you can squeeze out another thousand dollars a year you can cut that down to buy three and a half years. So i'm with christy. I'm going to echo that. I think that it doesn't and i want to say this as well to it doesn't make you a bad mother..

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"19 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

07:06 min | 4 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Person's right there about your wallet. What's in your water. It's like nothing for you. Nothing for you all right. We are going to giovanni in new york new york. Hey giovanni how's it going. Hey guys doing good good to be on the show up. They just found your show recently to the table garland real good stuff thanks. He bro awesome. What's going on no problem so my wife and i just got married in january congrats. Morgan melanie thank you. I appreciate it before getting married. I know debt and about eleven thousand which serves as my urgency funds after marriage. My wife and i had like a serious conversation about our finances and we realized that my my my wife had about forty. Four thousand dollars in debt We started the program. And we're down to thirty nine thousand so we've paid about five down together. So far. I know following your principles. We should throw the ten thousand stay straight however. I'm wondering if i should still do that even though i'm in the process of transitioning between jobs i'm currently joining the new york city fire department. I'm going to be in the academy between number. So i'm wondering if i should keep that eleven thousand of cushion for now until i graduate from the chatham house and job stirred goo good question number. Yeah congrats marriage bro. and shelagh. I love that but the star care. What is your wife do for a living. She works with children and Group homes She has a psychology degree. She actually in the future wants to further education and open up about her own clinic her income so together her and i both we bring home Well she brings home thirty three hundred a month. And i'm bringing home about three a month. Okay so thirty two hundred a month and you've been owned by three six hundred hundred dollars but then you are about to transition and go down to thirty two hundred dollars a month Are you gonna be kademi. Yeah i'll be making around the same mom in the academy of potentially like failing out which i don't wanna think about. Obviously there's that there's always what if's giovanni there's always what if you could we. Could we could the sky fall. There's always what if's but we don't make decisions based on fear the fact that you've got that stable income you're good to go and in fact i think that if you kept that cushion you might even get a little bit more comfortable. Yeah taking away on christie. You hit hitting right on the money man. I'm taking that ten thousand dollars bro. And i'm putting on air that's gonna leave me twenty nine k. If you all are making sixty two hundred dollars a month western mortgage payment right now. You rent payment yeah. Our mortgage is Fourteen sixty one but we also pay h away. I'm trying to get quick math in my head. It's a it comes out about sixteen forty about sixteen forty an assist sixty. Two hundred dollars is that grows at net That's what they call them. The net so so you guys are still bringing in five k. yet man you could be debt free in the next five six months. If you are really attacking and work that budget i would definitely get on every dollar I will over the ramsey plus dot com right now Download the everydollar app. Get on a very strict but budget giovanni and just figure out. How do we work the debt snowball. Now i agree with christy. I don't want you to get too comfortable at all. But if you wanna take it maybe just a notch down a little bit while you're in transition. I'm okay with that because you to our young yard to putting ten thousand dollars towards it leaves with twenty nine k. You still bring sixty two hundred dollars right after that you looking at about fifty. What's that forty eight hundred bucks that you have left. I would really put about a good three grand towards his debt and get really aggressive with it. While you're in school deleted cushion. Nobody grant go ahead and play around the pay utility bills. Some food stuff like that. But right now i don't watch are being too comfortable bro. I want you to attack this while. You're young while you have the resources to do it because you do not know what the future holds and i would rather you get. Your new job gets a good career. You're one hundred percent debt free and get your three to six months of your savings back into your account. Then you start investing into your future so those are my two cents bro. But congrats on marriage in. I'm excited about josh future. Yeah and say stay on the line. Let's have kelly give you a membership you and your wife to ramsey plus where you can get on a budget like we're talking about you can watch the lessons go through financial peace university. That's going to set your marriage off on the right track financially. I wanna point out something. Anthony that i see a lot of times in these types of calls uh-huh and i'm not saying you're doing this giovanni except i'm saying you might be doing this giovanni always here's here's what i see. Here's it's just a maybe throw this out there when you have two people get married and one of them has been very financially responsible and they're very proud of the fact that they are debt free and eleven thousand dollars in savings and you have someone else come into the marriage and they've got some debt. The person that has been responsible before marriage sometimes has a hard time letting go that money. Because it's a source of pride. Look what i did. I've been responsible and now in an instant it's going to all the sudden all that hard work wind up. Here's the thing when you put a ring on it. It's y'all's money. It's y'all's debt n- y'all skulls. Y'all tennessee girl. We'll say at five hundred times together. This is your money your debt your goals in your future so wild. I think what he's saying is valid about the concerns about transition. I would say there may be a little bit something else going on below the surface of like. Oh but i so hard to save this eleven thousand. You mean to hurt you know. That's that's the. Thanks for devil's advocate here. Let's have a key word here. America play too late. They've already torn you. I wanna play devil's advocate. So let's say. I am demand and get married and she does. Have you know thirty thousand dollars a day. And i got forty thousand dollars. I've been saving up. You know to go towards my mortgage payment. You trying to tell me. Give that up. Because i got married. And she didn't have her. You know her her business in place yes finances in play yes so all my hard work the last five years yes i give it up a thousand and my wife. Was it financially. Good when i met her. If you're not ready to be a team don't get married. And let me tell you. I will be super transcribe here. I'll be super transparent. This was met story. I got the money matt debt. Right now listen to know. I paid off my dad. Are you ready for this. Okay hate off my last debt. My last car payment one week before he proposed he had had the ring had planned date to propose already. He already had this plan. He hadn't talked to finances. Get engaged for real. So he didn't know. I mean he knew i was paying that way. I was transparent that i became debt free. We had a. We went hiking and we had that hiking date planned and he proposed the place that we had met where we'd running trail running. And i want you know when we got married. Which is a lesson for you america. What a good man. I had when we got married and he had a a great savings account been responsible.

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"19 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

08:35 min | 4 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Hanging out with me. Today is anthony. O'neill we're taking your calls about life business and of course as always money. Give us a call. Triple eight eight to five five to five. We're gonna go to the phones. You've got mason in louisville hasten. How's it going. Are you all good. What's your question for anthony or myself okay. Well i'm nineteen years old. And i'm gonna get your pursuing kind of my dreams I take network that acquired through my business and also working through a hospital and you know work multiple jobs and I was one of about twenty thousand. Invested between mutual fund individual stocks and takers. But i was wondering what you do. The other aren't you're kind of a little bit. Can you give me those numbers again in the very beginning. You said you've got how much money that you got from. Where sorry a little over forty thousand dollars okay. Forty thousand dollars and twenty of that is invested in individual stocks mutual funds and thinkers missed. I run while it's not little mason. Doesn't sound like it is to me. Let's just cut out the word little and then tell me. Tell me a little bit more about your situation. You're in a gap year. Which do you have any debt. What what else is on. I do not have any that Yes i'm on a gap in think of business as dawn who des has never been before because how full fulltime job. I've ever proud of what i'm gonna do about if you know apollinaire off the food. Yeah how many years have you had this business hockey. In the fifth grade and every year it became or increasingly You know i became more. Wow that's great. That's crazy that's awesome. I mean sharper. Let me let me just be real you you short. You are so let me help you out with the language here in chrissy can maybe even help me with this as well when you say invested That's money that you have invested with getting a no as far as like interest. Now your sneaker business is an investment you know. that's that's your business unless there's something we're missing here. Yeah yeah so as well all of these essence because most overcome the shapes now you feel awesome. Awesome year those a week. So those technically yes. Yes let's say you're you have a sneaker business in usa say you have other funds invested Into mutual funds and two single stocks. All right and then the business part. I totally get 'cause all if you're in business you're in it to make profit and so i totally understand your perspective on that part At your age just make sure. I heard you correctly because you're going in you're going in and out. You're in a gap year of college. Are you going back to college. Number one and number two. How are you paying for. College are using scholarships. Grants are cash flowing. What are you doing or are you taking out student loans. Well do you plan on learn back to college. I kind of use this year. Also the figure out what i wanted to go with a little bit or not still have decided to completely We'll be attending charity. Kohl's local community college and i haven't decided to stay at home with somebody and taking out loans or how you pay you paying for That's scholarships but there probably will be okay. And i think every year twenty four thousand off with one of his wealth. Yeah so there's no point of paying it off when you have forty thousand dollars in cash right now so for me. I'm going to cash out those single stocks. And i'm gonna put that on top of the twenty thousand dollars as you have left cash liquid and then i'm just going to pay for the rest of my college upfront cash. Okay i'm cool. Would you keep in keeping some of mutual fund. Because if only gonna cost you four grand go to community college you reloading a grant and then from there. We need to figure out. What are you going to do for the next two years. Are you going to school. Ask ask gonna run you in kentucky. Yeah right about eight to ten thousand dollars if you go to instate school so that twenty granted you have right there. I hear it in your voice. I hear you know you're you're you're you're a young man trying to make some money you know. Try trying to get his bag. Real quick and i understand it but but what i want you to do is set yourself up to win a long-term okay and the average person says this mason that hey i'm going to pay it off within two to three years after i graduate that same average person takes him twelve years to pay it off. Okay and so. When i'm saying it'd be already had the funds upfront. Here's the best investment you can make. That's into yourself and nineteen years old investing into your which you can see me on youtube. I'm pointing out my brain investing into this right here. That's your greatest asset not sneakers not stock market not anything else you or your greatest asset if you can get this mind all the wisdom and knowledge that it needs to be productive on the business side man. Mistakes can't compete with you. You know sneakers compete with you. So what i'm going to say is to go cash out you sing of stocks. Pull that stuff out bro and pay cash for college if you do that breath. You're thinking it's gonna it's gonna take off. That's that's the thing that people have to keep in mind anthony as it's not either or you're you're you're making an investment. Both you're you are doing awesome and sneaker business because of just grit into nasty and scrap penis and you're a go getter. That started in the sixth grade. Which is crazy awesome. You get some actual business principles in education and training and strategy. You're going to be challenged to look at your business in a new way and it's going to it's going to open up tons of doors of growth and opportunity because you got that out side perspective. It's like we kicked off this morning talking about this afternoon talking about getting outside advice from people that are experts in their space. Or no more than you. It's going to help you take it to that next level where you're not just winging it the whole time. He actually got a little bit. Different layer of sophistication in running your business and at some point if you wanna scale mason. You want to grow at team. You're going to need to know how to be a leader and all that good stuff so that will help you do that. I love love that advice. All right let's go to emma in chicago. Hey emma good how are you good. What's your question for. Anthony ana So my husband and i we have started this journey going debt. Free be early on in twenty. Twenty five depending hits Unfortunately are during that time. A nose job and then after that we work on my second baby so We use part of our saving to pay some of our dead like mostly cloudy caught and right now we are to where Do not have the six months. You know say things. And i just feel like we just stop stop opinion that bed until i get a job and of course my husband and he's nuts on bugs me. He really wanted to just keep going. I mean we have been blessed that you know we're able to live audibly feathery and even able to save thousands every month. But i just feel like i you know respect right there. Yeah until i get a job and then continue on with raw real quick to go to break. How much debt do you have left together. Real quick okay. so student. loans is the highest That we're not even gonna take a tackle that but what how much twenty thousand okay cool. And how much is your husband making right now in his job Isn't she makes behind. Forty one hundred forty thousand. Oh you don't stop no keep going and then on the on the On the.

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"19 years" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

03:21 min | 8 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

"I hit the garbage. Can i'm laughing. Because i think you're gonna goof in me but you're you're literally trying to. I don't know what the end game was like. Pin me or what it was but the garbage tipped over so there's rotten coffee grounds and wet newspaper that my face is getting rubbed in and and about twenty seconds later you came like you snapped out of it. And you just kind of huffed and puffed put your shirt back in and then the next day you were like hey very sure now and you explained that it was it was basically flashback to being picked on by your brothers and my brother. Yeah your brother yeah. Yeah that's embarrassing of the weird thing about that. Is you know. Abbott was the stereo studio. Yeah i didn't realize. Because i doubt she often. What am i. Your reaction from the studio told this story what's going on in there. Yeah i i thought maybe somebody in i heard something falling. You must have knocked over the garbage. Can right but i didn't. I thought maybe somebody tripped or you guys at dropped. I didn't know what was going on. I just saw this cartoon pilots smoke on this lag. Another sign that we all like each other and is the recent one in everybody. That's probably listening. Knows this but i will never forget the look. Carly's face when quote bret michaels invited her on stage and she was on the brink of tears of joy. She was so happy she see. Her brain was exploding. It was like the starting to while she was going to get to sing onstage with brett and it the pinnacle of her bret michaels phantom and then when ryan and pulled the rug out from underneath turns at adam ryan donaldson and the look on. Carly's face i will never forget that. Look and obviously. We have the youtube video. Greg cartoon does a really good job of encapsulated. How mad she is. But if i told you guys that showed that cartoon in my daughter. The youngest daughter harper walks around the house. We actually tape her doing this incentive to carly. She does a dead on impression and she almost can't get her to stop doing him to walk around the house. Until i am so glad that you guys i and eleven angie texas like. She does a data on impression. But that's wrap it up if if if we weren't as close didn't love carly as much as we would. We would have pissed roth and we temporarily pissed off. But at the end of the day she was with by coach was therefore it had gone the other direction we would be the most hated people twins. Yeah right but she also knows we get it out of love if we didn't have a perfect relationship with her you guys are dick spent right. We even joked about it right at the time. We did it because she's one of us part of the and somebody just reminded me of your massage parlor story when you took the remote control and your basic phone doing the peace one. That was brilliant. It's been a good role. Here's to twenty more years Let me guys thank you. You zoomed facetime tweeted and posted heck..

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"19 years" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

03:16 min | 8 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

"Saving answer. This was the last time we counter programmed anything ten years. It's been had been bet. It's ten years marv. They used to do some things with the clock. We've talked about strategic breaks to break by a certain time and and don't get me wrong. We still sorta do that but we do it for ourselves. Sell right yeah not against anybody else you know and again since we're giving props were prostitute. Obviously i don't think it can be overstated as well. What the changes with saucepan on the show the but not just because of who he is and how funny is but also at some point and it wasn't easy for them. It wasn't easy for you but at some point you agreed to become sauce. You know what i mean. And that wasn't easy for you to do. It wasn't always something you wanted. And i think it also is a It's a role that you were born to play but now one that that everybody could do not just because everybody's funny as you are but also because not. Everybody would take the shit from corey that you do while to sit down and say did but sauce. You also know because we've talked about this a thousand times in the last ten years i should on you because that's the bit right. It's it's it's dwight. And jim bid i have to make fun of you when you say dumb shit. I have to poke holes in your logic. You have to come back and say something even more ridiculous on top of what you just said. That's the bit into into hawks point. That's what you're good at right is is compounding your own stupidity. Yeah with something even dumber than what you just said. It's the best. What's what's the longest running tv show of all time cartoon the simpsons who's the best character homer homers in idiot fucking guests no doubt and do see. Okay put the mic on my test. Jesus down We one thing. And i don't mean to steer this direction but it's a unique situation today being a friday being bud sponsorship on the day that we have the livestream here we have people that are throwing out their favorite power to memories in the chat here and it's been fun for me is the one who's been reading it to kind of see that we forget about so much on this show. Somebody was just saying that their favorite moment was when when sauce rewrote the plot to hook to that. Can you have a funny moment. I mean please put it in the in the chat. And let's we'll we'll we love remembering these things to and we're the first ones to forget what happens on the about this. I told the listeners. Remember so much more about what happens on the show than we do. So i'd love if you have a great memory as we finish this five minutes here. Whatever sheridan the chat because there's so much of that that it's just fun to value number one favorite moment just the one at the top of your list in terms of the moment the show. Change the moment you knew the show was going to be. I don't know like some like the your pinnacle moment. No i it would take me and it's it would take me forever to honestly because my memory so bad but again it's not even a joke but when this show ends today i got to think about what the show is gonna be tomorrow and so do you and when the segments. I got to think about what the next move on. You don't have time to sit too long and think about what you just did. So men there are. There's been so many moments man i just..

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"19 years" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

05:19 min | 8 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

"And he's back now and if you look at like. You mentioned the way that the the women were starting to pay attention. You mentioned the way that the show has changed over the years in reality those changes then set you up for success right now in the middle of corentin when sports were shut down. Everyone else is trying to figure what they're gonna talk about. You guys were just a normal show. And i think that a lot of people are coming out of this situation whenever we get out of it with with the ability to to see and think like okay we need to. What did we learn during covid that we're going to carry forward and it's this show this station because of the way that it just has operated for years has a headstart in a good position to lead the way out of this funk everybody's in neurosis crazy how can i don't know if you've if you have this but this is a massive credit to the giant group on the power trip morning show that being girds you'd like to make fun of that we have one thousand people in the show but honestly whether it's you know. Aj zach bran lieber rosie. Our whole montage of people. I remember there were days. I don't know five. Oh six oh seven. Oh eight range kind of range. I don't know like like i. Five six seven years of the show and we are starting to grow. But i remember if you asked me on a friday like how was the week of shows. I bet you three days. I went home. And i was like fuck this show suck today. Right like legitimately sucked like. We didn't have anything funny. The content was bad like we didn't have our legs set in there about one or two days a week. It'd be like man. we gotta kill the today. I don't remember the last time. I truly went home and said the show sucked we. I'm not saying we have home runs every day but we have such a base now in our in our rotational stuff is so solid that i rarely go home disappointed. There's definitely there's no mike. Yeah we were. We were a little off today but when was the last time you actually look in the mirror. Today was a fucking disaster in an embarrassment to radio or last time we. I felt that way about any show that we did i can..

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"19 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

07:48 min | 8 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Yesterday. We read paul's letter to the thesselonians. And today we jumped back into his second missionary journey. He leaves athens. And makes the two day trip. To corinth there he meets aquilla and priscilla a married couple who have just moved back from italy because they were forced out of rome their tent makers by trade which happens to be held. All makes a living to. You probably make sense. Sunday to thursday then on saturday. He had to the synagogue to do some reasoning as is his way when paul and silas finally make it to corinth. Paul is shaking out his tunic. At the carinthian jews. You may remember that. Jesus told the apostles to shake the dust off their feet and the towns of the people who rejected them. That's in matthew ten. And if you were with us in the old testament the prophet. Nehemiah shook out his tunic for a similar reason in chapter. Five this shaking out is dismissive gesture. It's the by felicia of the bible. Paul has done all he can do. He shared the gospel with them. And they're outright rejecting it so while he's in corinth he's going to focus on talking to the gentiles there instead. What jesus said about shaking the dust off and what paul here. These actions are location specific. This isn't a dismissal of jews at large even by the end of the chapter other. Jews have come to christ. But after paul changes his focus to the gentiles. A lot of them turned to christ to god speaks to him in a vision and encourages him to keep at it because god will protect him and his work will bear fruit because god has plans to save a lot of people. They're getting this kind of encouragement from god about protection. Usually means there's gonna be some kind of threat to be protected from as paul sticks around for a year and a half reaching the gospel. The local jews eventually bring accusation against him but the local governor dismisses it. And let's all go. God protect him just like he promised. After leaving orange you stops in it super cuts for trim. This may seem like strange information to put in the bible. But luke mentions that it's related to vow baltic. Most likely this is the right bow. We talked about this on our first day. In the new testament. This is the kind of al the angel commanded. Jtb to live under for his entire life. When you take this vow you don't cut your hair and you don't drink any alcohol or even eat grapes. Most people took this vowel voluntarily and for a specific period of time. Then at the end of the vow they go for haircut. Most likely all adhere to the nasdaq bow while he was living in corinth which is known for its worldliness would have been a way to set himself. Apart as someone who is serious about the things of god if you want more info on the nasdaq bowel. Check out the article in the show notes paul drops aquilla and priscilla often emphasis before popping around preach and a lot of different cities seemingly without incident in emphasis. Amp run into a guy named apollo who is a compelling precise teacher. Despite the fact that he doesn't even have the holy spirit so they both pull him aside and together they explain things to him to fill out his theology. A bit more and luke seems to imply that his faith is made whole at that point he becomes a huge asset to the early church while apollo said student. Paul is back to emphasise where apollo's had just been. It's unclear if they run into each other along the way. But paul does seem to run into some of the people who'd been hearing apollo's preach perhaps because they're not aware of the holy spirit either in fact they were baptized by jt jtb. Before jesus ever started his public ministry and they probably moved out of the area at that point but as soon as they hear about jesus and the spirit they're on board they're filled with the holy spirit and start prophesying and speaking in tongues by the way we often think of prophecy as telling the future but what it really means is telling the truth though. It may be the truth about future but we don't know which version this was an app for the speaking in tongues. This is the second time we've seen this in scripture but we don't have nearly the amount of information here that we did in the other account so it's hard to say how this was used here specifically paul sticks around teaches in this league every week and he's very persuasive but after a few months some of the people who've been hearing the same thing over and over but not yielding to the truth are starting to push back so paul says that's my cue. I don't have any interest in casting pearls before swine. So he goes down the street to teach in a different building one that is probably more of a cultural space. Where non religious people gather. It's called tirana's hall. And if you think i didn't imagine a t. rick statue. Behind as he's teaching think again he keeps teaching their daily for two years and because episode a major city for business and travel a lot of people passing through here his teaching and take it home with them and the word spreads throughout asia. As paul keeps teaching in the area god begins doing some uniquely miraculous. Things through his ministry people are even healed by his handkerchiefs. These things are so unique in fact that even scripture notes how odd it is and one of the side effects of course is that people who are power hungry want in on the action some local exorcists. Who don't know. Jesus start trying to invoke his name secondhand mimicking. What they've seen paul do. They're treating jesus name like an incantation like we've talked about before there isn't power in the word. Jesus there's power in the person of jesus and we can't access his power apart from his person so when seven brothers are trying to gang up on a demon by using jesus name like a magic spell. It backfires on them. The demon basically responds. By saying i know who jesus is of course and i've heard of paul. I don't know you. And i don't have to listen to you since these guys don't have the holy spirit. They have no authority over the demon. It beats up all of them and they leave the house naked and wounded. Yikes as word spreads about this event and the gospel people start repenting. They start confessing their sins and turning from them. They renounce the dark arts. They've been practicing demonstrated that they value god and his word above everything else and nineteen twenty says. The word of the lord continued to increase and prevail medley. Meanwhile a silversmith starts to get nervous that his livelihood is in jeopardy he makes statues of false gods for a living and the gospel is a threat to that. What's more their whole. Culture is built around the greek goddess artemis an idol. So this guy calls a meeting of the local silversmith union and they begin to riot. They dragged to the disciples out. Some of the others protect paul from the crowd. A mob mentality takes over and some of the people who were rioting. Don't even know why they're rioting. Finally the town clerk speaks up. He tries to reason with him by saying look. We all know artem is in charge. We have our statue and her holding meteorite. So you can all calm down. He knows they need to reel in otherwise the romans will be breathing down their necks for being out of control stop. What was your god shot. Today mine was in his sovereign timing and placement of every detail. Here are just two examples. I saw today one from each chapter in chapter eighteen. It showed up like this if paul hadn't been a tent maker. And if he hadn't been forced out of rome they never would have met and bonded and they wouldn't have gone to emphasise with him where they eventually met. Apollo's who they trained in preaching and that is how the early church was built up. Apollo's because paul made tints and because amp were forced to leave him in chapter nineteen. It showed up like this. If the jews in the synagogue. Esus hadn't grown stubborn. Paul wouldn't have had to find a new spot to teach and he never would have ended up at t rex stadium where people from all over. The world stopped in every day and heard about jesus. And that's how the gospel spread to asia because the jews in emphasis rejected it. God is weaving all these little details together behind the scenes. Everything from jobs to timing to rejection. He has his hands in everything. Because how else could he work all things together for the good of those who love him like romans. Eight twenty eight said if he weren't working in all things he's always at work on our behalf..

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"19 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

06:48 min | 9 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Jesus hasn't yet entered jerusalem for the passover celebration so you'll just have to do a little time travel in your head to a few days ago. He's on his way to jerusalem and he's passing through jericho which is about ten miles to the northeast. It's called the city of palms when you pass it. in the desert it looks like an oasis. It's also considered to be possibly the oldest city in the world. There's a big crowd heading into jerusalem for the holiday and jesus just one of the many but a tax collector name zaccheus is super curious about him and is hoping to catch a glimpse of him as he's passing through town. What i love about this story is that zaccheus doesn't need anything tangible. From jesus he's not sick is not demonized all seems to be well in his world in fact he's one of the most wealthy powerful men in town. He's just deeply curious. It's easy to realize our need for god when we have a tangible real need but for a wealthy businessman to be curious about jesus a different thing altogether. He so intrigued that he climbs a tree to see. Jesus what do you think prompts. A person like to have curiousity like that. Jesus looks up at him. Calls him by his name and is like i'm coming for dinner tonight. I hope you have dried figs and chicken minis in the pantry somewhere while the very active invites himself to dinner anywhere. My shock some people. The locals are more shocked that he wants to eat with zaccheus at all. He's a sinner. Jesus quick to remind them that sinners are his priority. He came to seek and save the lost. Not those who think they're found after being found by jesus saikia sets out to do everything in his power to make right what he's done wrong. It's clear he has a heart of repentance. Remember the story. We read a few days ago about the rich ruler in chapter eighteen. It's interesting to compare. And contrast him with zaccheus they're both wealthy and powerful but the rich ruler thought he was acing life and morality whereas zaccheus is fully aware of his own wickedness despite their financial wealth they have different levels of awareness of their spiritual poverty square. One because of that zakia sees how much she has to gain in following. Jesus while the rich ruler only saw helmet she had to lose as jesus and his followers continue on the journey. They approach bethany a village on the outskirts of jerusalem. He sends two of his disciples into the village to go. Get a colt. His instructions are somehow precise and vague at the same time and they almost certainly require divine arrangement. Jesus even tells them how their conversation will go. You'll go get the colt. Then they'll be like. Hey why are you. Still in that colt. And you'll tell them. Jesus needs it and they'll say means Suco in matthew's account of this story. There's also a donkey involved two for the price of free. What's up with this cult situation. Though jesus has been walking all this way so why now at the end of his very long journey does he finally asked for a lift. That's like hiking the appalachian trail than taking an uber to your camp site. But this is all very intentional. There are so many old testament prophecies about the messiah and jesus is fulfilling them all bit by bit. This particular prophecy comes from zachariah. Nine which says rejoice greatly o daughter of zion shout allow daughter of jerusalem. Behold your king is coming to you. Righteous and having salvation is he humble and mounted on a donkey on a cult the bowl of donkey and this is exactly how he enters jerusalem. When he arrives. The people fulfill a prophecy. He spoke over them back in chapter thirteen. That's where he told them he wouldn't be back to jerusalem until the time when they said blessed is he who comes in the name of the lord and that's exactly what they're saying is they walked on the mount of olives and into jerusalem other accounts also tillis us they're shouting hosanna which means save us. Most likely this was a crowd to save them from roman oppression. Not a cry to save them from their sins. We don't know the exact path. They took down the mount of olives but for three thousand years. Much of that hillside has been covered with tombs and burial plots. They're still there today. Estimates say they're anywhere from seventy thousand to one hundred and fifty thousand tombs on that hillside. They're mostly above ground grave. Plots with limestone markers as the disciples are shouting their praises. The pharisees don't like the uproar. So they tell jesus to rebuke is people. He says if they were silent the very stones would cry out. And here's where knowing the landscape of israel helps a bit. It's possible jesus was referring to actual rocks. But i'm more inclined to think he wasn't referring to flint or granite or shale. But to fred or george or sheila to thousands of gravestones they were passing on that hillside. I imagine him sweeping his hand. Pest all the cemetery plots and basically saying if you try to stop the living from praising me the eternal souls of the dead will do it instead. My praise will echo through the universe regardless they didn't get it though and it's heartbreaking for him in the verses immediately following that jesus weeps over jerusalem you love jerusalem and its people but they don't have is to see him for who he really is and he prophesized the destruction of that city that will happen in approximately forty years then remember a few weeks ago when we read john's account of jesus making a whip in cleansing the temple john's disregard for chronology through our time. Line off a bit. So i want to point out that this is where it really happens. It's in his final passionate week. Where everything gets dialed up. A few more notches. What was your god shot. Today mine was in. I in where jesus points out his mission. The son of man came to seek and to save the lost. It may not be immediately evident. Especially since i wasn't alive back then but i'm in that story. Do you know what i'm doing in it. Nothing i'm just lost. That's all but jesus is doing a lot of stuff in that story comes he seeks he saves. He is the active agent in my salvation. And thank god. Because i never would have found my way out honestly. I probably wouldn't even known. I was lost until he showed up. I was lost and foolish. And i desperately needed his rescue. It's the best thing that has ever happened to me. He's where the joyous if you think israel is primitive and sepia toned four. Do i have exciting news for you. It's one of the most modern stunning places on earth. I lead small bible based tours israel once or twice a year. And i want you to come. Walked down the mount of olives with me past all those rocks. That could sing his praises. The chips are usually ten days. Total which are spent not only seeing places of jesus life death and resurrection but also eating the best food in the world and staying in some great hotels. If you want to find out more about our trip visit the bible recap dot com and click on the israel link. Just fill out the interest form. We'll send you details. You can also check for lincoln. Today's show nuts the bible recap is brought to you by du discipleship and bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week..

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"19 years" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on PRI's The World

"She waited for her asylum application to be processed now that the camp is burned to the ground she stranded here. For the Ma who sixty six sits on a blanket spread out over dirt on the side of the road, she's cradling her one month old grandchild shot him. Show that much this. Diagnosis. was overcrowded filthy food was scarce but at least they're they had a shelter over their head now she says, she doesn't even have a blanket to cover her grandchild from the scorching sun during the day and the cold winds at night. But demise, one of thousands who've spent the last three nights in the area. Out Burn Down Camp some are on sidewalks, others in parking lots, and even in a cemetery, the vast majority of the people here like Fatima are from Afghanistan many our children. As I. Walk Around in the evening they crowd around me and asked me to interview them. Stand new. Six six-year-old ESMA is from Afghanistan. Sharpen you mean Joe. Much gardening. Man climbed, Dash Behind. Media. Another migrants coniston his name is as he's twenty three helps me translate. So she says that everything got fired. We have we got nothing year clothes food and anything. I just have this pair of slippers. Notions. So what what's the do now here, people who did manage to save some of their belongings.

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"19 years" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:58 min | 11 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The fighting lasted more than twelve years between nineteen, seventy, nine and ninety two amid the cruelty and violence. One incident surpasses others in its horror, the nineteen eighty, nine murder of six Jesuit priests, their housekeeper enter fifteen year old daughter. The priests were shown no mercy during the night. Gunmen invaded their dormitory clubbed them, drag them out to a lawn and shot them this all on the campus of San Salvador's UCA the Central American University. Five of the priests killed were Spanish citizens today accord in Madrid? Sentenced a former Salvadoran colonel to one hundred, thirty, three years in prison for the murders. K.. toils with the national. Security. Archive at George. Washington University and provided testimony at the trial. What exactly did the Court Determined Kate? The court found retired colonel innocent. Day Montano. Guilty on five counts of murder related to state terrorism. That is how the Spanish court could try a case in Madrid that occurred in San Salvador. Thirty one years before they were able to use terrorism laws. To apply something called Universal, jurisdiction. which is a legal principle that essentially permits cases of terrorism or crimes against humanity to be heard and prosecuted in countries all over the world. And Montano. This former Salvadoran colonel had been living in the US and the US extradited him to spank. That's right and it was very unusual at an extremely important precedent because the United States in general does not subscribe to nine universal jurisdiction nor in broader terms to international human rights, legal efforts around the world including what goes on at the International Criminal. Court in The Hague. So for the United States to recognize at least to the extent of extraditing Colonel Montano to Spain the principle of universal jurisdiction that operated in that case was vital I Miss Montana was working in a candy factory outside Boston, when he was arrested in I believe two, thousand, twelve or thirteen, and finally extradited to Spain in two thousand seventeen. What was Montana accused of? What were the charges that he faced this trial? Well he was a senior official in charge of public security and all Salvador at the time of the killings and he along with nineteen other, very high ranking military officers in the Salvadoran. Army. Were indicted in this case on charges of having planned, designed an ordered the murder of the Jesuit priests including the rector of the Central American. University. ignasio academia are very well known public intellectual someone who was loved by many Salvadorans. He wrote broadly, he spoke broadly, he was despised by the Salvadoran military. So Colonel Montano along with nineteen other senior military officers who are still living in impunity. Those who are still alive were indicted for having planned his murder and the murder at the other Jesuit priest. So this happened thirty years ago, and for three decades, families, lawyers and witnesses kept pushing this case forward. Why did it take on such importance? Why did they continue even when it looked like it was becoming a victim of time. Well, I think you know for Salvadorans for for Latin Americans and for our own country for the world over to see a crime that bold that. Brutal that barbaric carried out on the grounds of a famous university again against scholars public intellectuals Catholic priests. And to see the photographs of those six men lying in the grass with their heads shot. And to know that nothing happened nobody was prosecuted who actually planned this killing On the grounds that these priests were in some way linked to the left in El Salvador that was what the military officials believed that impunity that that lack of justice that failure to investigate that case was. So profoundly frustrating that their families, Jesuit community, human rights, organizations all over the world simply couldn't let it sit like that and impunity and so. These organizations, those families that Jesuit community fought for more than three decades to get this case into the courtroom. You uncover documents that were key to the case testify before the court. What evidence did you find in the documents that you manage to get declassified and what was convincing to the court? Documents are replete with the meetings were held between the senior military officers prior to the killing. They describe a public campaign by Salvadoran, the Salvadoran Army. To smear the jesuits in particular again rector, could you they very pointedly hated and finally details about that very night. So so these embassy cables from nineteen, Eighty, nine, these C. I., A. Station reports these defense attache intelligence briefings. These were sent up to Washington before during and after the assassination of the jesuits and they are full of. Context and factual details that helped the court make their decision today. How did the US have all these documents? The United States supported the government and the military in the civil war against the leftist Armed Organization Fmln throughout the civil war with weapons with training, and ultimately with more than five billion dollars in support and assistance of military and economic assistance. That relationship, the fact that the Salvadoran army was a key ally of ours in the sort of anticommunist. Fight that we believed we were waging in Central America at the time. That meant that our US officers living in San Salvador were constantly reporting up to Washington about what they were seeing, what they were hearing and the relationship between the Salvadoran military and specifically the very officers indicted. In the Jesuit case, we're close colleagues, buddies, allies of US military and diplomatic officers serving in the embassy Salvador at the time. The defendant innocente Orlando Montano this former colonel and deputy defence minister had been as you said, living and working just outside. BOSTON? Not far from our studios when he was extradited to Spain in two thousand seventeen what's next forum? Where is he going to serve out the sentence? He'll serve out the sentence in Madrid and the case will continue to go forward. I mean the Spanish have asked for the extradition of the surviving. Accused from El, Salvador and El Salvador to date although several have been arrested and it's it's it's it's not quite clear what they plan to do but so far has has refused to carry out the extradition. So it remains to be seen whether the court system and all Salvador has the wherewithal to proceed with that case. But there are prosecutors that have been pulling together evidence presenting it to the court and they hope that a national. Court case against the perpetrators of the assassination of the jesuits can now go forward. Kate Doyle with the national. Security Archives. About the sentencing today and Spain of a former colonel in El Salvador. Kate thank you very much for explaining us. Thank you, Marco. You're listening to the world..

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"19 years" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Hear for South Africa's medical workers who have been facing shortages of quality protective equipment, health workers, and Pretoria recently held demonstrations against corruption. South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa has been outspoken. He's calling for more accountability and he's vowed to crack down on officials who have been implicated in corruption or mismanagement of covert goods are authorized special investigative units. To probe any allegations relating to the misuse of covid nineteen funds across all spheres of the states fight Rama pose on has gotten some public heat too because his own party the ruling African National Congress has been at the center of the recent corruption allegations party members are accused of stealing or diverting food packages meant for the poor some have been suspended or gone on leave including the president's own spokeswoman Khurram saying is with the group Corruption Watch he's based in Cape Town is shocking happens in the context of. How gallery shocking but not so surprising he says, these problems are systemic. Sing tells me that South Africa's systems for government contracts and procurement. To those who want to take advantage of them, which we're all gonna be exacerbated by the kind of mobilization of funds, and in some cases, the relaxation of regulations around in particular how emergency procurement were take place seeing says, the G. report is a step in the right direction, but now is the time for accountability South? Africa has a number of high profile corruption. Investigations, playing out. One involves the former President Jacob. Zuma but seeing says, these sorts of investigations rarely lead to convictions. If we do see any accountability along those lines of ballooning position people stepping aside and those will be really positive development South Africa's auditor-general will release another report on the distribution of Corona virus emergency funds in November for the world. I'm Halima get candy. You're listening to the world. This episode is brought to you by better help if you're struggling.

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"19 years" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:15 min | 11 months ago

"19 years" Discussed on PRI's The World

"To Covid nineteen relief funds and food. Parcel ANC is again trying to do damage control over corruption within its ranks. The corruption in South Africa is nothing new, but some hoped that the corona virus would be different. Sukey Soi Kota is with the Public Service Accountability Monitor in the Eastern Cape One of South Africa's poorest provinces very early on we were getting Christians not how do we know who's main to receive? What way? How're the free postles indicators in some cases people never received the relief that was promised many people in South Africa suspect that was deliberate people saying look in my area. Germany XYZ have. received. Fifth postles more than we think they should and we haven't at all but that's because they support consular X. This month South Africa's auditor general released an in-depth report on South Africa's Multibillion Dollar Corona virus relief package. It confirmed there were massive irregularities. Here's Auditor General Kim equipped to speaking at a recent press conference, the number of teams that already as we are proceeding with this week on your arm and Richard we have identified some of them are clear indicators of fraudulent activity including goods that were never delivered by contractors, possible cases of conflict of interest, questionable procurement deals and people winning government contracts with little experience, the unit price for some of these items of BBC whether it was. Masks or whether it was anyone on the other things that under. Some of them were bought at prices significantly higher than what National Treasury head advised some people eager. They were at prices five times higher than the going rate that news has been especially difficult to hear for South Africa's medical workers who have been facing shortages of quality protective equipment, health workers, and Pretoria recently held demonstrations against corruption. South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa has been outspoken. He's.

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