35 Burst results for "23 Years"

Tom Brady retires at 45, insisting this time it's 'for good'

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Tom Brady retires at 45, insisting this time it's 'for good'

"Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady has announced his retirement if this sounds familiar, Brady announced at the end of last season he was retiring. I won't be long winded. Like you only get one super emotional retirement essay and I use mine up last year. The 45 year old has won 7 super bowls over a 23 year career. I really thank you guys so much to every single one of you for supporting me. My family, my Friends, my teammates, my competitors. Brady and model Gisele Bündchen finalized their divorce this past fall. He was picked 199th in the 2000 draft by the New England Patriots behind 6 other quarterbacks three kickers and a punter. Thank you guys for allowing me to live my absolute dream. I wouldn't change the thing. Tom Brady has signed a deal with Fox as a TV analyst once he retires. I'm Ed Donahue

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James Freeman: A Popular Media Defense of the President Collapses

Mark Levin

01:51 min | Last week

James Freeman: A Popular Media Defense of the President Collapses

"But we'll get into that later the national archives Another issue where USA Today in my view was lying and other media outlets are lying And people are regurgitating what they say is that a president and a vice president staying in the same position when it comes to declassification I've been getting this question over and over again especially since a phony USA Today article appeared I want you to stick with me And I want to give kudos to James Freeman of The Wall Street Journal James Freeman I've known his parents for 40 years It's not that I'm in touch with him all the time For 40 years this first position I held in the Reagan administration I went into a building I was 22 23 years old And there was James father Neil I'm assuming it's the same family And he's got it exactly right And he says a popular media defense of the president collapses He's completely naked they say One nice thing about being president Joe Biden is that sometimes media outlets will make arguments on your behalf that you're not even willing to attempt on your own Witness journalists responding to the news of government secrets casually strewn around Biden's property Some have been suggesting Biden received significant authority over classified documents while serving as vice president During the Obama administration There are many reasons why mister Biden doesn't seem to find this argument as compelling as his friends in the media do Now the latest discoveries had his Delaware home seemed to confirm that the argument is irrelevant They also suggest a much greater legal danger for this president

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Rybakina, Sabalenka to meet in Australian Open women's final

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Rybakina, Sabalenka to meet in Australian Open women's final

"Reigning Wimbledon champion Elena Rebecca has been two time former champion Victoria Azarenka to move into her first Australian open women's final and her second Grand Slam finale. The 23 year old closed out a 7 6 6 three win in an hour and 41 minutes, her big first servant powerful ground strokes in the end proving too much for the 33 year old Azarenka. Her reward is a title showdown with a 5th seat arena sabalenka, who played aggressively to end the surprising run of the unseated 30 year old magdalena her 7 6 6 two win securing her a first major final. I'm Graham agar.

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Hawaii man imprisoned for 1991 murder, rape released

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Hawaii man imprisoned for 1991 murder, rape released

"A Hawaii man imprisoned for more than 20 years on murder and rape charges has been ordered released. I'm Ben Thomas, with a closer look. It was one of Hawaii's most infamous murders. Christmas Eve 1991 on the big island, 23 year old Dana Ireland, a blond haired blue eyed visitor from Virginia, found barely alive in the bushes along a trail. Sexually assaulted and beaten, she died at hilo medical center. Three native Hawaiian men were convicted, Albert Ian Schweitzer, sentenced to 130 years in prison. He was the last of the three still in prison. The innocence project took up his case, presenting the court with new evidence, including DNA, which they argued showed he didn't commit the crimes. The judge ordered Schweitzer be released from his shackles immediately, prompting applause and hugs, Schweitzer told reporters he's grateful. I'm Ben Thomas

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Dunn scores 16, Temple defeats No. 1 Houston 56-55

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Dunn scores 16, Temple defeats No. 1 Houston 56-55

"Tremont Mark shot at the buzzer, bounced off the rim as top ranked Houston loss for the second time this season, 56, 55 to temple. Houston had three chances to take the lead in the game's final 5 seconds, but the cougar shot less than 40% from the field. Temple head coach Erin McKee. Anytime you get the opportunity to beat the number one team in the nation on their home floor, just it was a great atmosphere and it's a really good win for our guys. Especially this time of year. The wink for a temple is its first over a number one team in the nation in almost 23 years. Adam spole in Houston

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What Caused the Rise in Spending?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

What Caused the Rise in Spending?

"Living on borrowed time. So what to do? Chip Roy and I had a 25 minute chat about that. And I regret. I mischaracterized what he said in my Washington Post column because the last thing he said was let's send over a CR that rolls back spending non defense discretionary spending to FY 19. Earlier in the program he had sat in the debt raise, let's roll back spending to 22 levels, including The Pentagon. I in those two, and thought he wanted to roll defense back to 1920 19 levels. He doesn't chip Roy is a good hockey. He's not a 100% hawk like I am, which is defense comes first and then you figure out everything else, but he's close. And I regret the error and I wrote my Washington Post senator and chip and I were talking yesterday. I said, sorry, I didn't have it right in front of me, but we talked about so many different numbers. To me, my confusion, and I follow this closely illustrates the key necessity here. The Republicans have to articulate the problem, which is that borrowing in this country went from 6 trillion in the year 2000 at the end of the Clinton years to 31 trillion in 23 years. And that happened primarily because of entitlement growth, ObamaCare, social security, Medicare, yes. Those are there, but also the costs associated with 9 11, the cost associated with the bailout of 2008 and the stimulus of 2009 tarp, and it also has to do with the COVID spending of the last 5 years. It's a bipartisan spending spree unmatched even by World War II.

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A University of Alabama basketball player has been charged with murder

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

A University of Alabama basketball player has been charged with murder

"The university of Alabama's men's basketball coach says the team is grieving for the victim after a player and another man were charged with capital murder. Deepest condolences to the family and friends of Jamaica janae Harris. At a news conference Monday, crimson tide basketball coach Nate oats says his team is going through a process as news emerged that Darius miles, a junior reserve forward from Washington, D.C., and another man were allegedly involved in a fatal shooting. We came together last night and talked, thought it was important that we were all here and around a sport one another. Audio courtesy, WBA, miles and another man Michael Lynn Davis have been charged with murder, police say 23 year old jamia Harris of Birmingham died after shots were fired into a vehicle she was in early Sunday morning, near the university of Alabama's Tuscaloosa campus, attorneys for miles, say he and his family are heartbroken, and he maintains his innocence, miles swept to his family as he was led away by police on Sunday. Flip

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Weinstein asks NY high court to reverse 2020 rape conviction

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Weinstein asks NY high court to reverse 2020 rape conviction

"Former movie producer Harvey Weinstein is asking for New York's highest court to overturn his rape conviction there a month after he was convicted of rape in California, a marchesa a letter with the latest. Harvey Weinstein's legal team is asking the New York State Court of Appeals to dismiss his rape conviction in 2020 in order a new trial on a single count of criminal sexual act. His lawyers argue the rape charge involves alleged conduct outside the statute of limitations. They also allege that trial judge James Burke swayed the outcome with rulings favorable to prosecutors, Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison in New York. Last month in California, he was convicted of raping and sexually assaulting an Italian actor in 2013. He will be sentenced for that on February 23rd

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"23 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

05:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"23 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Yesterday we wrapped up round two of all three of job's Friends advising him. He's now heard 6 speeches from them, and today our reading opened with job's reply to so far second speech. His friends have been trying to point out that since all these bad things have happened to him, it must be because he's acting wickedly somehow. This kind of thinking is embedded in our nature. Have you noticed that? The idea that if you do good things, God will give you what you want if you do bad things, God will punish you. When things don't go your way, do you ever wonder if God is punishing you? Maybe it's because of that bad thing you did. Or if you can't think of anything you've done wrong to earn this treatment from him, you may start to wonder why he's not holding up his end of the bargain. If you're not careful, you may find yourself living out of the same mindset job's friends had, thinking that if you walk uprightly with God, you can use that as bargaining chips to get what you want from him, because surely good works equal a happy life, right? Job story points out the error in our thinking, and it also points out the true wickedness that lies at the heart of our motives when we try to use God as a means to our desired end. In chapter 21, job offers a rebuttal to his friend's claims. When he's talking about the wicked, he says, they say to God, depart from us, we do not desire the knowledge of your ways. What is the almighty that we should serve him? Then he marvels. Behold is not their prosperity in their hand, you don't have to look very far to see wicked people prospering. They're amassing fortunes and living their dream lives all the while cursing God. The reality Joe brings to light here is that our lot in life is not a good way to determine the state of our hearts. Good things do happen to wicked people. You've probably witnessed a lot of the same things job mentions here. Maybe you've even been frustrated by them too, wondering, why do wicked people prosper? It doesn't seem fair. But if you remember what we've learned about grace and mercy and what we think we deserve, you realize just how much we don't want what's fair. In the grand scheme of things, don't you want God to call you out of your sin? Do you want to wander off into callousness doing whatever you want with no regard for God, like the wicked people job describes here? If you want to walk closely with God, you can see that it's his kindness that prompts us to repent. When I see that God actually lets these wicked people have their way for getting him all together, that's what punishment looks like to me. Not the troubles I encounter that teach me to rely on God and help conform me to his image, job's story reframes the way I view trials and punishment and God's goodness. It rids me of any notion I have of fairness or what I deserve. After job responds, we start in with round three of the responses from his three friends. Hila fast speaks again and even implies that his words are straight from God. In 22 21, he says, agree with God and be at peace, thereby good will come to you. Yikes, elifaz, that's pretty self assured. There's no humility at all in him. In chapter 23, job laments the distance of God. He wants to plead his case before God. And frankly, if I were him and I just listened to all these things from my Friends, I just want to talk to God too. In the midst of job's lament, he says something that jumped out at me. In 23 8 through 9, he says, behold, I go forward, but he is not there, and backward, but I do not perceive him. On the left hand, when he is working, I do not behold him. I think it's really interesting that job trust that God is there at work in the midst of this, even though he doesn't perceive him anywhere. In 23 14, he says, he will complete what he appoints for me, and many such things are in his mind. Honestly, job is terrified at what those things might be. Maybe you've been there, expecting him to do the worst, anticipating that because you hate cold weather, he's going to send you to be a missionary in Siberia because he's cruel like that. But despite all his fear, job still doesn't curse God. He continues to yield to him and acknowledge his sovereignty. In 23 13, he says, he is unchangeable and who can turn him back. What he desires, that he does. Job is in a place of wrestling with his own lack of control. It almost seems like he's despairing, but at the same time acknowledging God's ultimate control over his life. Where did you see God's character on display today? What was your God shot? Today, I most loved the reminder that he is at work even when I can't see what's going on. He still in control, he's still active, and though I may have to wrestle with myself over my fears of what may come, and I may have to surrender my desire to have all the answers, it's evident that he's at work. Job knew it, I know it. On the left hand, when he is working, I do not behold him. And job wants to talk to that God. Maybe probably just for answers and maybe probably to try to make a point but hopefully a little bit of what's built into his desire to talk to God is the knowledge that God gets him. When none of his friends do, and that God actually knows what's happening and isn't just guessing and that God has the way out and is going to bring resolution. I think.

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Matt Damon's Huge Missed Payday

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:51 min | Last month

Matt Damon's Huge Missed Payday

"Back in the day, Matt Damon was supposed to be in the first avatar movie. But he couldn't make it work because he was going to shoot the final Jason Bourne film. Now listen to the kind of money that's out there in Hollywood. And you wonder how these people, you go, why is this person still like, how did he still have a big, beautiful house? They haven't worked in 23 years, but there's this mansion they've been, well, here's an example of that. Matt Damon's gotta turn down the gig because I gotta do my Jason Bourne film. But the payout that Matt Damon was set to make on this film. You ready for this? Okay, avatar went on to make more than $2 billion. And at one of our Matt Damon, a payday in the hundreds of millions because he had 10% on the back end. Okay? Unbelievable. And since the sequel avatar the way of water is out now, Cameron is now busy doing all the press about what it was like to make the movie and he's thanking himself for representing women. So amazingly, so during the rounds of the press junkets, he was asked about Matt Damon's joke that he'll go down in history as the actor who turned down the most money in the world and it's true, but James Cameron's like, Matt, get over it. You're doing fine. But Nat was originally supposed to star that 2009 movie. And as part of his deal, he would have made 10% of the movie's profits, which would have been around 250 million back then. And like Matt said, it's true. He will go down in history, you will never meet an actor who turned down more money than Matt Damon when he had to beg off avatar and finish Jason Bourne.

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Parents of slain UVA student call for stricter gun laws

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Parents of slain UVA student call for stricter gun laws

"The parents of a University of Virginia football player killed in a shooting last month are calling for stricter gun laws and more mental health support to prevent future violence. Desean Perry's mom happy Perry told reporters in Florida. My son was a loving, caring young man. She's heartbroken, but she wants to advocate for fewer guns and more care for the mentally ill, like the 23 year old who's accused of killing her son and two teammates on a bus during a field trip. She's calling on the football world to join her. The red flags were there and this young man would feel able to purchase a firearm. The suspect's father says Christopher Jones seemed paranoid and thought people were picking on him. And the victim's father is grieving. You're here to make sure another family would never never go through this again. I'm Jackie Quinn

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"23 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

01:49 min | Last month

"23 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Of all the things, he's where the joy is. We're about to wrap up a trip through the Bible, and if this is your first time completing that, may I suggest something for you to start thinking and praying through? Lots of people end up here because they have a goal to read through the Bible. That was certainly my goal the first time I did this reading plan. But I'd like to encourage you to have a better goal than I had. If reading to the Bible is the goal, you might be inclined to just check the box and stop after your first trip through. So this is a good time to start adjusting your goal if that has been your aim. As Christ followers, our goal should be to pursue a deeper, daily relationship with God who continual study of his work. Among other things, we filled out some tools to help you with that. For instance, if you struggle with prayer like I do, we've got our second daily podcast to help you pray to the Bible in a year. It's called the Bible kneecap, and you can access it through our Patreon. And you can hear a free sample at our website if you click on the kneecap link. Now let's say you want some tools to help you dig into deeper study or to discuss what you're learning with a group of others who are doing TBR. If so, you can check out our daily study guide and our weekly discussion guide in our web store. Don't get me wrong, crossing this finish line is a big deal, but we're trying to put tools in your hands to help you stay engaged beyond just this finish line of this trip through scripture. We're glad you're here, and we'd love for you to stick around with us for next year and invite your friends to join us. All the info you need for our store, our Patreon, the Bible kneecap, it's all on our website. The Bible recap dot com. The Bible recap is brought to you by D group, discipleship, and Bible study groups that meet in homes and churches around the world each week.

"23 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

07:37 min | Last month

"23 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Yesterday we wrapped up Paul's letter to the church at Rome, and today we jump back into Luke's account of the early church in the book of acts which covers a lot of Paul's actions that take place in between and behind the scenes of the letters he's writing. The last time we were in acts, Paul and the others narrowly escaped a riot started by a local silversmith who was upset that their ministry resulted in people buying fewer idols. Today he leaves Ephesus and he and a handful of other disciples, including Luke, pop around Europe and Asia, en route to deliver the financial support to Jerusalem. Luke tells us a story about what happens once Sunday when the church at troas is gathered to eat and hear Paul preach. There's a young man named Utica in the crowd. He's probably in his late teens or early 20s, at some point he's sitting in a window, maybe he wants to get some fresh air because they've been listening to Paul talk all day and it's nearly midnight and they finished off the last of the coffee at 8 p.m., but the fresh air doesn't cut it. Utica sinz Paul a clear message that it's time to wrap it up by falling asleep and plummeting three stories to his death. But Paul is like, nice try buddy. I've still got two points left in my sermon. You're not going anywhere, and he raises him from the dead. Then they all go back upstairs and Paul talks until the sun comes up, and they eat some breakfast before they leave on the next few legs of their journey. By the way, if visual aids are helpful for you, check out the map of Paul's third missionary journey that we've linked to in the show notes. While they're in Ephesus, Paul tells the people that in every single city where they stop, the Holy Spirit reminds him that imprisonment and affliction await him. He's on his way to deliver the support to Jerusalem where the persecution is far more intense than in a lot of other cities he's visited. But God is the one who gave him this ministry, so he'll continue to receive this gift and calling, even though it comes with persecution and trials. He expects to die soon, so he tells them he'll never see them again, but that honestly he doesn't really need to because he's already preached the fullness of the gospel to them. They already have the best of everything he could ever offer them anyway. He reminds them of two major things before he leaves. First, he tells them to keep a close watch on what they believe because people will try to lead them astray, and not just outsiders, but even people who are in their church now. And second, he reminds them that he's been generous with his time and his life and his heart, and he encourages them to be generous, too. They continue on toward Jerusalem and at their stop in Tyra, Paul gets a strange message from the people. We already know from 2022 that the Holy Spirit is leading Paul to Jerusalem. But 21 four says through the spirit they were telling Paul not to go on to Jerusalem. Huh? Is the Holy Spirit talking out of both sides of his mouth? Here's what lots of scholars think is happening in this scenario. The Holy Spirit has revealed to others what he has already revealed to Paul that things are not going to go well for him in Jerusalem. However, the people think this is a warning more than a fact. So they take what God has revealed and add their own fears and emotions to it and try to deter ball from going. When in fact, Paul probably sees it as a confirmation of what God has already revealed, so it's not a deterrent. It's a directive. One of their next stops is caesarea, which has a lot of prior connections for us. This is where Peter first reached the gospel to the gentiles after having his vision on a rooftop. This is also where our friend Philip, the evangelist lives. He was one of the 7 men appointed to care for the widows in chapter 6, and he's also the one who rebuked Simon the magician and explained scripture to the Ethiopian eunuch in chapter 8. Philip has four unmarried daughters who all have the gift of prophecy, and while Paul is in town, their visited by another prophet named Agatha. Agatha does a sign act, showing Paul how he'll be bound and delivered to the gentiles in Jerusalem. This is a repeat of what happened in Tyra, where the people take the message of God and add their own emotion to it. They beg Paul not to go, but again, this all only serves as confirmation for him. He knows he can't outrun God's plan, so next up, Jerusalem. Shortly after they get there, they meet with Jacob slash James, the brother of Jesus, and tell him about all the gentiles who believe the gospel. Then Jacob tells Paul, that's awesome. I have some good news and some bad news. Good news, there are loads of Jews here who have believed too. Bad news, there are a lot of rumors about you here that are not winning you any fans. Ever since the Jerusalem council where we decided gentiles didn't have to convert to Judaism and obey our laws, people are saying that you're telling the Jews to disregard those laws too. So here's what you need to do in order to get them to simmer down and be open to hearing the truth. There are four men who are under a vow, so if you join them in that vow, it will probably soften people's opinions of you a bit. By the way, Jacob is likely referencing the nazarite vow, which is probably the same bowel Paul took while he was living in Corinth. We'll link to more info on that in the show notes. Paul has always been willing to lay down his rights to advance the gospel, so he does it again here, joining these four men in their vow so that the locals can see he's not opposed to Jews keeping Jewish traditions. When the week of the vow is almost up, some juicy in the temple and start spreading rumors that he had brought a gentile into the temple defiling it, which was an act punishable by death. They grabbed Paul, drag him out of the temple, beat him and begin to riot. Things only settle down when a local leader, the tribune, arrests him, and probably saves his life in the process. It becomes clear that the tribune has him confused with someone else, but when he realizes Paul is an educated Roman citizen, he agrees to let Paul speak to the people. Paul recounts what has happened to him, speaking to the Jews in Hebrew, they're with him. Right up until he says God told him to share the gospel with the gentiles. As soon as he says that, they start to riot again and demand he be killed. The tribune brings him back to the barracks so he can be examined by flogging, which is an ancient version of torture interrogation, but Paul reminds the soldier that he can't beat him because he's a Roman citizen. They keep him overnight, then interrogate him in the morning. While Paul is speaking the next morning, he accidentally disrespects the high priest, so he apologizes for it. We see Paul practicing what he preached in his letter to the Corinthians. He's humbly submitting to authority, showing respect for the high priest. Then, as the conversation continues, Paul realizes that some of these guys are pharisees like him and some are sadducees. These two groups have a few things in common that disagree in one major area. The resurrection of the dead, so Paul, being super clever, uses this to his advantage. He crafts his response in such a way that it takes the focus off their problem with him and puts it on their problem with each other. The pharisees take his side and Paul gets carted off to prison for another night, but he's not alone. God shows up in his jail cell and says, you're not going to die here. You've told the truth about me here and you're going to have to do it again in Rome. This is a timely word from God, because at the same time, 40 plus people have arranged to go on a hunger strike until someone kills Paul. Paul's nephew hears and tips him off and fills in the tribune too. The tribune orders 470 soldiers and 70 horses to take Paul back to caesarea. At the time, there were only a thousand soldiers in Jerusalem, so this is almost half their army. They deliver Paul by night to governor Felix. My God shot was in all the nuances of Paul's arrest and survival. In order for all this to line up like it did, Paul had to have the rare combination of dual citizenship speak Hebrew and Greek be a knowledgeable theory and even be mistaken for an Egyptian. When I zoom out, I see God lining everything up here from before Paul was born, just like he said, to work at all together so that the gospel would be advanced. Paul's not done sharing the gospel yet, just because he's in prison, his ministry hasn't been thwarted. There's more yet to come and God has always been in every detail, and it's not even hard for him. He has infinite power and infinite attention span and can handle every kind of complexity and nuance imaginable. God isn't just in the grand scheme of things, he's also in the tiny scheme of things. And in all the schemes

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree and other comeback win for Tom Brady this time on Monday Night Football. More from correspondent to any cap. Tom Brady hits Rashad white on a 6 yard touchdown pass with three seconds left to help the Buccaneers edge the saints 1716, Brady and the bucks overcame a 13 point fourth quarter deficit to improve to an NFC south by 6 and 6, a game and a half clear of the falcons. Yeah, it was good, you know? We got a lot of games coming down to the end and some we won some we've lost, which is why we're 6 and 6. So not where we want to be, but we'll keep fighting. The touchdown with three seconds left was the latest game winner in Brady's 23 year career and the second 13 point fourth quarter comeback with the other being the Patriots infamous Super Bowl 50 win over the falcons. In the NBA, Boston got by Toronto one 16 one ten Jayson Tatum had a game high 31 points, but tipped his cap to some of his new teammates for their help in the win. We got some new guys on the team this year, but they're great guys, great teammates. Guys are really smart. That fit in perfectly. And we all just compliment each other. Memphis got by Miami one O one 93 as tyus Jones had 28 points and ten boards. We're all in this together. You never know how things can shake up. And guys got to be ready when their name is called. So we prepare like that every single day. And then again, nice like tonight. Our reasons why. On the ice Vegas got by Boston and they shoot out four three as golden knights coach Bruce Cassidy beat his former team 6 months after being fired by Boston. Something that'll get choked up about, obviously, probably in about three seconds. But like I said, I appreciate it. It's that simple. I appreciate it. You know, I do what I could here to help the team win. Now it's on to Vegas and what I can there. And some major reported signings in baseball's free agency, Justin Verlander to the mets on a two year deal worth over 43 million per season and Trey Turner to Philly on an 11 year $300 million deal. I'm Josh rowntree AP sports.

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Brady throws for 2 late TDs, Buccaneers beat Saints 17-16

AP News Radio

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Brady throws for 2 late TDs, Buccaneers beat Saints 17-16

"Brady and the bucks overcame a 13 point fourth quarter deficit to improve to an NFC south by 6 and 6, a game and a half clear of the falcons, the touchdown with three seconds left was the latest game winner in Brady's 23 year career and the second 13 point fourth quarter comeback with the other being the Patriots infamous Super Bowl 50 win over the falcons.

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‘Torso Killer’ admits killing 5 women decades ago near NYC

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 months ago

‘Torso Killer’ admits killing 5 women decades ago near NYC

"A convicted serial killer in New York has gotten another life sentence behind bars after confessing to 5 more killings on Long Island in the 60s and 70s. 76 year old Richard cottingham is considered one of the most prolific serial killers in America, already jailed for 11 homicides. This defendant has caused irreparable harm to so many people and so many families. There's almost nothing I can say to give comfort to anyone. That's our county district attorney and Donnelly on WABC TV, says cottingham has confessed in court to 5 more killings. In exchange for a conviction on just one additional count. 23 year old Diane Cusick, who was accosted and killed, after buying shoes at the green acres mall in 1968. John Moyes spent decades wondering who killed his mother. He thanks the detectives who never gave up. The sun shines brightly. Because justice has been served. I'm Jackie Quinn

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 Woman found liable, ordered to pay $300 in Conley allegation

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Woman found liable, ordered to pay $300 in Conley allegation

"Dot com reports with civil juries found a woman liable for malicious prosecution in a ripe allegation she made against former Ohio State football standout Gary and Conley more than 5 years ago. The accusation against Conley came shortly before the 2017 NFL Draft, in which he had been projected to be a high first round pick, the 23 year old woman alliance that he had sexually assaulted her in a Cleveland hotel room. Connelly's attorney said the sex was consensual. Connolly sued her in a counter claim accusing her of malicious prosecution. He asked for just $300 in damages. The jury agreed. I Norman hall

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Jury: Officer must pay man's family $4.4M in fatal shooting

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Jury: Officer must pay man's family $4.4M in fatal shooting

"A white police officer who fatally shot a black driver during a struggle inside a car in 2017 must pay his family $4.4 million An Ohio jury made the award Tuesday finding Euclid officer Matthew Rhodes acted recklessly when he climbed into 23 year old Luke Stewart's car and shot him a Stuart drove away The shooting had inflamed racial tensions in the Cleveland suburb and a grand jury declined to indict Rhodes after hearing evidence from prosecutors The jury's finding stem from a wrongful death lawsuit filed by Stuart's mother the family's attorneys told Cleveland dot com that the verdict proved long awaited accountability I'm Julie Walker

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Tiffany Smiley: Reflecting on Her Husband's Trauma

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Tiffany Smiley: Reflecting on Her Husband's Trauma

"How that changed not only your own life trajectory but also your husband Yeah Yes at 23 years old I resigned from my nursing job in Washington state and I took a one way flight out to Walter Reed army medical center where I didn't know if I was going to meet my husband dead or alive And when I walked into his trauma care unit I had student loan debt I had a car payment I didn't have anyone standing outside the door saying let's take care of that student loan for you And here's the pathway and everything's going to be okay Scotty had tubes coming out of every orphan of his body He was in a coma One thing that was certain was that the suicide bomber that he was negotiating with in service to our country in Mosul Iraq had detonated his car and the shrapnel from that detonation obliterated both of Scotty's eyes so he would be forever blind Thank God I was a nurse and I wasn't intimidated by the medical system but it was really my first interaction with sort of that larger government bureaucratic system where you are just a number And I stood up I refused to sign the army paperwork They had never had someone tell them no But I believed in this wild crazy idea that my husband could make a miraculous recovery I knew I could help him do that And that he could still serve And took on the DoD Gotti went on and became the first line to active duty officer to ever serve our country And we served for over a decade with Scotty completely blind and once he was well I knew I had to go back and make it right for everyone else So I took on VA reform and people said don't waste your time Tiffany But I knew it was the right thing to do And we were able to work on meaningful reforms that directly helped injured veterans and their families So it was the best waste of time that I ever spent but truly in that fight just realized you know we have so much more to fight for and I'm a mom of three young boys and me and Scotty want to leave them in America that's worth giving their eyesight for

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Opening statements to begin in Weinstein trial

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Opening statements to begin in Weinstein trial

"Opening statements will begin Monday in Los Angeles in the sexual misconduct trial of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein I'm Marty Zara led with the latest Harvey Weinstein has pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles to four counts of rape and 7 other counts of sexual assault that involve 5 women He's already serving a 23 year sentence for rape and sexual assault for a conviction in 2020 in New York The jury for his Los Angeles trial consists of 9 men and three women little is known about them because their questionnaires have remained sealed Weinstein was once one of the most powerful men in Hollywood He ran miramax with his brother and produced Oscar winning films like Shakespeare in love and the artist

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Why Did a Good Samaritan Firefighter Get Executed in Missouri?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Why Did a Good Samaritan Firefighter Get Executed in Missouri?

"Just want to finish on this story here. It's so unbelievable. This firefighter was trying to do the right thing, be a good Samaritan and it turned into a messy situation. He was trying to restrain this thug who was making a big scene, and then the girlfriend takes his gun, takes the boyfriend's gun, is that right, and my understanding that correctly takes the boyfriend's illegal gun, and then shoots him in the back. He might say, Charlie, don't call him a thug. He's a convicted felon with an illegal gun, okay? That's a fact. You become a convicted felon with an illegal gun, you get the term thug. Cut one 24. It's very hard to watch. This would be a national news story. And now why am I focusing on this? Well, first of all, it's going viral. A lot of people are talking about it. Let's play cut one 24 and then I'm going to give you a little bit of a spicy take on this. Play cut one 24. Let's go. Here we go. Stop. Cell phone video captured some of that fight between 41 year old Anthony Santi and 23 year old Jay von Taylor. Witnesses tell KNBC the fight may have lasted as long as ten minutes. Stop. How you doing? Give on Taylor's girlfriend pulled out a gun, and ultimately killed Anthony sante. Killed the firefighter. Ten minutes, by the way, where are the cops? What's going on here? And by the way, he instigated the entire thing by causing a scene in there so the firefighter tries to be a good Samaritan and tries to restrain him and he ends up getting killed for it. Police forces have completely decayed thanks to all of this reckoning of the Ferguson effect. So people have to start to take things into their own hands. Just like the mccloskeys did. Here's a sad fact and it makes me very upset to say this. Which is this is going to result in people being less likely to want to help other people in situations like this.

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"23 years" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on podnews

"Thirteen to twenty three year olds with your podcast. He'll be wanting to promote spotify. Not apple podcasts agend z. Survey published a transistor and compiled by gen. zia shows. That spotify is almost three times more popular than apple podcasts. Which in the long run code quote have detrimental effects on both the creators and listeners. Using spotify iheartradio is still number one for according to pawn tracks compusa podcast publishers. For september iheart added twenty nine million global downloads last month but also added thirty. New shows portrait contains participating publishers. Only and here's what else you need to know today. There's no change in the top five. Us podcasts with the daily still number. One smart lewis in you. Entry last month and number nine is still at number nine. Youtube is hiring an executive to look after podcast for the company. According to bloomberg the company is owned by google which also owns google podcasts and sixteen different messaging apps online podcast studio pod castle has raised seven million dollars in funding. The owner of digital ad exchange tax global has acquired remixed which is technology that converts text articles into audio files. It'll be incorporated into taxes products in germany. Fico prosieben sat. Inc's podcast platform has sold. Its exclusive shows to ponti mo new podcast producer. Fresh produce media has launched the talent driven narrative. Audio company has ten shows in production. The black podcasting app has been launched describes itself as the central destination for a wide array of podcast celebrating african american culture and topics of interest. We've added the link to submit your podcast to our full list of podcast directories which you'll find linked from our show notes and our newsletter. Today road has released. The ps a one plus professional studio arm. It's a premium microphone. Boom stand for one hundred twenty. Nine dollars looks nice. Boundary scott has reviewed the new budget. Tm one for the price. He says it's not horrible. High praise indeed and in brazil. The number of podcasting listeners has grown by twenty four percent this year on the desert at. They say an impulse. 'cause news the way i heard it with micro has been signed by audio boom. It was the number one podcast in contracts revised november twenty seventeen figures. We were the reason they were revised it was hosting with lipson. Red handed the uk true crime. Podcast has also been signed by audio boom that one the listeners choice prize at the two thousand twenty one british podcast awards. They were with a cast swedish. Podcast flashback forever has signed with sweden's a cast hit claims twenty three million downloads since the start of january twenty twenty and was hosting on pine cost heavyweight is the latest gimblett show to become a platform exclusive on spotify. You'll hear an announcement if you're listening to the show anywhere else. It goes exclusive in november and our life and the other thing has been released by the odds gallery of new south wales in sydney australia. Exploring the life and influence of artists brent whiteley and that's the latest from our newsletter all the links where produced on that..

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"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"Yeah so it mainly came from sports to be honest so the like i knew we couldn't afford school and to be completely transparent like i didn't really care about school so my grades weren't that good until i realized. Hey if you don't make good grades actually can't even play baseball in college. And i was like oh dang okay so we all went on school made. Gp go up from like like it was low guys like it was like a one point nine or something and i graduated like a three point. Eight graduated honors final year. So like that's already the first shift pushing school. Because i think it's a very traditional person mindset thing to do is like hey go to school not bashing school at all. But that's usually the safer outright to baseball me into it. Because i was like all right. I'm going to these combines and stuff and see in like other people on these tryouts and i'm like dang this guy's in the same age as me in like he's hitting the ball forty feet farther than i am. I need to squat more. So like that's kind of how it started was like i was a super skinny kid was skinny like i was just happen Especially pursuing call baseball Athletics bologna's get you there anymore. Like you and i have like muscle. You gotta have drive All of that and like all. I had was athletic ability so i was like okay. Something's gotta change. Around like nine tenth grade. I started lifting weights claw started lifting weights starter. Pack size and it's funny again. I feel like we're doing little brief aside rambles. And i like it. I was listening to a podcast about university in an education. And there's a dude on the podcast. That was talking about how he's a marketing major and his friend has his own chiropractic. Clinic to school for chiropractor. For eight years like steady chiropractor and wanted to open up his own practice and open. It was on practice and like nobody fucking and so. This guy goes over to his friend's house and start talking like figuring out what the problem is and then give them some marketing advice on how to get some new clients in the door and the guy goes like dude. I've been in school for eight fucking years in out of the eight years that i've been in school not a single person. Talk to me about how to get clients. And i was like. That's not the big one like even like at such a high level of doctor who like that. If you're not getting clients you're not making money therefore you don't have a business. It's so funny it's like that's like the number one skill. Your personal trainers will go to school to get a degree in once abba conversation about like. Here's how you never not once it's fucked up. Okay so fitness. It was like baseball. You're playing sports. Who wanted to get better going to improve. Which actually was very similar to media. Like i was you only reason i really started working. I was playing football. And i was going for runs before to lose weight but like when i actually started taking my finished seriously. I was playing football and i was like. I'm going to be like a pro athlete. Like green right. And then i saw other people that are around me. That were more jackson faster than me. So i was like i guess i can get an edge by like working out and and training and i honestly never never ever ever imagined myself being a personal trainer. Like that wasn't even fucking on my radar. You know i was like. I'm going to be a pro athlete. That was it so that was so. Let's talk about some adversities dude..

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"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"I was willing to go through failure after failure after failure through depression anxiety to heartbreak in order to reach my goals was what made me successful in the first place in to see that neared in another person is just really cool lasting. I i just wanna touch on before we wrap up the podcast and it is. What are you hoping to bring to the ten gig me like. What are you hoping to bring to pete's domination. And what are you hoping to bring to all these online trainers that are up and coming that you wanna get simmers. Also you do thousands of so what i'm like. Most excited for is the one thing that i mean. I've talked with you guys about bill. Like the whole. I see in the academy and that was the people that are struggling and that zero to twenty clients mark and they are only comparing to people in case. So i'm really excited to talk about the mindset away. I'm seeing some comments in portugal ability. It's all of them but excited do trainings on the things that people are asked. What did i do. When i went from three thousand dollars to eight hundred dollars. What did i do when i went from. Nineteen clients down to seven clients. One month because kobe. It like i do whenever like i had to make money because if not like my her parents were gonna let me marry her. I'm excited to give those kinds of trainings. Those kind of mindset. Thanks and like just like the motivation at these people need because it is possible. I get what it's like to compare when you're only making k. A month for seven months straight and then grew comparing to this guy. That's been in the program for two months at take. I completely get it so like i'm really excited to bring that to the academy. Because like i think that's where like we need like a dedicated thing for the people in that twenty clients or less mark that haven't quite hit five k. Or having hit five Excited deliver stuff based on that solely. Oh pro what's your coaching. Call call just for everybody. That's on the call right now. Can i explain like where we got it to florida's okay. So like i was trying to come up with all these creative names for it and i didn't want it to be something like super generic and boring when i very first met brian cole. They had your twenty first clients so kind of like an og nostalgic thing. I was thinking of names. And i was like okay because whenever i joined the goal was five k. So i was like okay. My call is dedicated for people that are making five care less as let's bring the og back and let's do your first twenty class to call will be on tuesdays and we'll be re people within that first twenty clients mark go yes czar. That's fucking go. Have we decided what time it is yet. We're going to get around noon or in the morning. Something around there so complex Cool yeah let's go. I'm excited but it'll be up. We'll get it..

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"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"I don't wanna come all your button gate. I was just. I was just jaysekulow at a question. How did it feel to be able to sustain you and your wife now with all naito coaching at the time. Because i know like how that felt for myself guys. I was majorly work for the same construction company. I quit my job with one. All nine client b. Like i got you are gonna go full mentorship mode. Julia was making enough money to like sustain what we had at the time but it wasn't a lot and then i was able to turn it around and basically retire her from a job. She fucking hated that she didn't wanna do anymore. So i know that feeling biology to break out howard if you'll to be able to not only sustain income for you and your girl but to like quote unquote like prove them wrong in the show them that this is what we're going to be doing. I'm going to be able to be successful right like i. i would say more so obviously. I'm so grateful that i can like pay for our stop with online coaching. But it was more so the family stuff like them kind of like. They're almost like in shock. Because like besides here the only people really talk money with them because efforts they were nervous. About how much money. I was making any forgot how it was. It was kinda like slick comments like. Hey if you need help with this if Like how much y'all have in savings like stuff like that engages like. Hey so he's making like eight to ten k. A month and then like it was like a shock to them. They were like he Then bennett went to like another person. Mindset where wall online visits is not sustainable. So he just did it again. He did again. Hey i'm going to help you save vacation. It's like stuff like that nude light that what slight. That's what gets me excited because like you're saying it is kind of like proving yourself. I definitely want you guys if you had anything similar with me if you have a parent that doesn't believe in you. If you have a spouse doesn't believe me whatever it may be like. Don't think you have to prove yourself. That's just kind of like a byproduct of the consistency. Like it's kind of like one of the things. I get to be grateful for now because it happened. It wasn't i wasn't like oh i got to prove myself to them because if you do that you're always gonna be upset depressed and it's gonna be a lot harder to do it. I love it so much. I know exactly the feeling you're talking about. It's not about like improving. I said that but it's more like a comfortable grateful like amazing moment when you see that light turn on your girls. Families is okay like i literally connecting with. He's so much right now. Because i know exactly what you're talking about you. Jewish parents are the same way guys. When i quit my job and went fucking fulltime online. I met julius.

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"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"A little bit and it was like a little bit of bike troubled background. So if you come from that background let's say resonate with any single fucking part of that. I'd say that maybe a broken home for me Twenty six monday didn't grow on trees right. So that's you right. That's your mindset. That's her coralie. You guys understand that your experiences shape who you are so you're bringing you into learning how to grow business online and for most of you guys. That's why when you look at my instagram. There's no fucking way that andrew chow meets sixty five thousand dollars in august. There's like one hundred people voted. No there's there's no fuck waited what he did but the reason that it's hard for you guys to seize because when you come from a background where money wasn't that abundant it's hard for you to imagine it being real because it's never been real for you in your life up to this point and nobody likes hearing that everybody's book you brian. That's bullshit so nick. Had you come into this business. Coaching program not only learned the strategies that were teaching him but he also had to develop the belief that.

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"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"Were like some of the biggest like blocks. You're facing because i remember some conversations with you. I don't want to talk with me and you had. It was like a year and a half ago. But if you remember that last rent but what were some of the things you think we're holding you back when we were stopping to k- like what were some of the biggest barriers that you couldn't get through right so the biggest thing for me was comparison so i think a thousand percent you need to surround yourself with people that are crushing it. Why i was too focused on them. Crushing it so i was looking at these people and i was like okay like an coal set. A second ago. I saw people come in that like i talk to to get them into the course and then a month to month three months later they hit ten k. And i'm like what. And then i'm like. What are you doing. And they're like. I'm just doing the course and i'm like what do you mean you're doing of course like it just didn't seem believable to me because i'm like i'm doing everything like you said i should have to every call. I asked all the question i did. All of the units. I implemented immediately. And i wasn't seeing like that breakthrough and it was a thousand percent mindset because i was comparing to the people making money than me. I was like they've got to be doing something different. So i was always. I forgot what it's called like shiny object syndrome or something like that good. It is so. I was always trying to look for okay like this person. Just made ten k. This person just made fifty k. This person just did this. And i would always going. What are you doing. And they're like during the course. I'm like okay so not you. What are you doing like bro. One of the most vivid calls. I have with chad morgan. 'cause i think yeah. I'm a little bit older than he is. So seeing him come in and we were in the same masterminded. This guy's over here just crushing it. Bro chat what did you do is like i just implemented a morning routine knows like you're lying to my face. I was like bro. you did not just implemented. Morning routine is like this really. All i did then it's consistency but then i was thinking i was like okay. Select chad is kind of like same age. Same everything so. I was like okay. So what is he doing different. It wasn't doing anything different. He had two three four years on me so it was just like i was comparing the people that were so far ahead. And then if we're going to compare this fitness physiques like that'd be like me comparing to a professional bodybuilder right now but it's been in the game fifty twenty thirty years and like you know what i mean so it was kind of the same thing i was comparing to all these people that were so far ahead of me versus like trying to seek out mentorship guidance advice from them i was comparing to them and what they were doing instead. Look i remember. I something else you consistently. I remember when we first started is every two weeks. Nickel changes avatar. Ever probably faster. Not sometime like i'd be like i'd be like brian. This is it for lunch. i'm going with. This is my avatar. And he'd be like all right. Cool wait this is guys doing. Because i guarantee a lot of the coaches in here because like you said i had so many ebbs and flows like it was like ryan. I hit three k. And then it was next month. Eight hundred dollars.

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"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"What are you were you getting your information. And he was like developed at forever ago. It wasn't that good. I don't pt. Dom and i was like the who wear out. He was like i'll connect you with him and then mason put us in a group chat. It's pretty much been history sense. That's cool. I love that. The reason i love the reason we actually mean coal. You know. call the speech on his two but from my perspective one of the biggest reasons that we wanted to move into coaching position. Because nick started with beach dom it was like two years ago years ago. Yeah and nick is. One of those grinders like nick is one of those people that would show up for every single call shopping. The group consistently over time surround yourself with people but he just couldn't break his income plateau and it was like fifteen hundred a month and then it was like two came on and then it was twenty five hundred month and then it was back down the to k. mart. And i know that there are some people in the kademi that resonate with that. And if that's you ought to percents you to say fucking me for some reason you just can't walk in those like. Oh you're off right like in console a big reason that we were like okay like nick. This guy has to coaches because he fucking broke through. So that's like me. That's my experience on brought in nick to coach but colt. What about you. what are you seeing. There honestly guys might raising very simple. I've seen knicks work ethic and i've seen his grind motive for the last two years and it's fire life. I'm all about consistency. Loyalty and mike actual hard work. And it's literally what. Nick is all about so when it came down to us looking for another head coach to bring him to the academy to teach our students. That was the first thing we look for. I will take a number. Two was the fact that again. I actually was happy that it took him two years right. Correct me if i'm wrong here. Two years ten day yet. Here's the reason why i love that is because it literally shows consistent hard work like in a nutshell read than there is a on people when you guys do the tankeea academy not only on august..

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"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"You don't really care. I knew athletics. So like i had confidence from being a baseball player but then like he came in with that and i was just like i didn't let it hit me right away for minutes like you can go to the mirror and you're like oh you're getting a little chubby like you're not playing sports at school anymore. You're like your home schooled. And then that's kind of where like competent. Sorta tanking idea a program called p ninety x. I lost like twenty pounds. Got out. yeah. I was like man. Fitness is fun. And just like i think the passion really developed around that age but it developed because my mindset change and i think that's one was like growing up poor growing up in a family like that i grew up in. There wasn't a lot of positivity that was a lot of hard work like going go out like all of our families are divorced flag. There's a lot of positivity and like fitness like become the outlet for that so like that's kind of how the passion developed because it was kind of like my out from all the stuff happening in my like household Ryan don't ask you a question. Do you have an asshole. Uncle that meet funny youtube because i had that same thing. He said that. Nick is a like. You'll added oklahoma's the same way you get chubby. When i was younger literally called me out news to make fun of me for that shit. Suck i actually. I didn't and so when i was in grade around great like i was sued. I he'd whether i looked like was like nice to this is i think i've talked with vodkas before i wanted to lose weight and so i thought in my head. This is what. I was like by drink only milk and hot chocolate mix. There's no way that i'll lose late. Because all i'm drinking his mouth. I did that for like a month. And i gained fifty ounce. Then i remember seven scale and being like what not bark is demands that gonna lose weight. I'm talking about antibody and i was like super conscious. Take away that. I looked in a mirror and she did the opposite. She was like well. She's like when your uncle who's like my uncle. He's super closings. He's like you met uncle at the wedding. He's out although in my pool dude hilarious. I know all right now. Keep brought a fucking dildo all the way across country with him and they made us jump off like we smuggled it. Todd jumped off the balcony and stuck to the bottom of pool. Dr so so then. There is a glowing dildo. My answer told me a story about my. Auntie was like your uncle. When he was your age you started working out. He got really jackson. High school like fiat. All the girls and he was playing sports. And i was in grade. And i was like you mean i could do that too. I'm like can. I be jack older. And she's like yeah. Sure if you start working out so that actually is what sparked it for me..

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"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

Change Lives Make Money

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on Change Lives Make Money

"I've built my fitness business over fifty thousand dollars a month over the course of four years in the last two and a half years over a thousand on my coaches and one hundred of them had ten thousand dollars a month without further ado. Let's get into today's episode. What's going on if you just go. Just welcome to another episode of the change. Lives money on the train and podcasts. Number one show from the coaches. We're trying to go success on business in today's episode. I'm joined by two engines. Not one but two. And usually i make fun of my podcast guests. Because i'm brother. But today i'm not gonna we've got colder silva my best friend and business partner separate. What fan is your boy. I'm excited for this on. Is this feel weird. That i'm not making money now. That's pretty normal. You just know you can't make fun of your bucket. Superior i get it and we've got we've got a special guest. We've got nick matthews on call. Nick what's going on what's going on guys. I'm super pumped. Be route so i know who these is but i don't think anybody else and just like before we get into the rockstar intro. I just want to make an announcement that nick matthews is. The newest coach inside of the ten kate coaching academy year up super excited for it of this man is also twenty three years old and at twenty three years old. He hit ten thousand dollars per month. And that's a fucking that's the mindset that makes a level minds. I know i don't remember. I don't know about you guys but when i was twenty three i was a little bit of an asshole. The back of this gives twenty-three and doing as well as he is. Awesome so nick. Let's do a backstory relic. Where are you from. And what got you interested in fitness coaching in the first place. Okay so who. I am nick matthews your new pt down heiko super pumped to be a head coach or the back story on me like how..

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"23 years" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"Machine. It was so much fun to put it like this big giant transformer looking thing and i would get. I don't know two dollars back or fifty cents back or something. What do you say. Do you ever get those concerns or is it something that's ever mentioned. Yeah no i mean environments a massive bob one of the reasons why aluminium cans in the first place. I mean there's no single you slapstick in. Us supply chain. We made a huge effort to avoid that. Aluminium cans infinitely recyclable. C can recap as a candidate infant of times. The extraction process out of the us definitely needs to be improved. The aluminium companies now are looking at kind of carbon neutral aluminium extraction but in general. It's very easy to transport. it's very space effective. When it comes to transportation aluminium case products fresh case eighteen to twenty four months is no uv light. Getting into the product was oxygen getting into the product so tons of kind of keeping things fresh for a long period of time and something. That's fully recyclable. And transportable aluminium's at amazing amazing product full nights. I think the thing that's being dated. Aluminium is the liquids inside and not actually the biggest issue and so you'll see aluminium walter brands now instead of plastic bottles which is a huge issue. And so for us. It's a step in the right direction. There's always things to improve if we can swap someone drinking a plastic bottle of water pasta bottle of soda for an aluminium cannon puppy in recycling than that's an improvement i certainly was lacroix guy before i became the ugly guy but i've successfully converted about half a dozen co workers and family members. They come over and usually take a couple of to go when they're leaving and they're great with cocktails by the way. This is a little secret like angle for you guys that you could start. I was chatting. We just did a podcast with a friend. Who has a boutique gin distillery in mississippi. And it's actually made with rice but as opposed to using one of these extremely sugary tonics etc. You can come up with all sorts of cool flavors with ugly. You guys again started getting into bars and restaurants too many usage occasions to seltzer. I mean if you wanna zero calorie cocktail mix perfect and yeah you can mix it with a little bit of fruit juice. If you wanted you can mix it pretty much anyone we've made a bunch of mock dials to if you're not drinking and a lot of people when they're out simba's or barbecues and they don't wanna drink for whatever reason chuck a few cases of ugly in the cooler now knows the end up drinking beer and that kind of thoughts of flavors freshman instead of drinking a bunch of llagas or even go bid that out so keeps you straight so yeah. It's great in all sorts of occasions. I so a bunch of people drinking this july fourth At barbecues we had it at our cooler on the beach our annual brouhaha on the ocean. All right so you guys are clearly Hit during firing on all cylinders. It's been a great gross story. So far what's the plans now. I imagine this is a very capital. Intensive business are you still max out your credit cards. You guys looking to do is more funding. How's that work. Obviously lots to my personal credit cards maxed out over time. But i think we've evolved from that place now. We're actually actively raising series a funding round right now to really grow this business to the next age when fifteen thousand stores globally now we have.

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"23 years" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"We've got the feedback. We refine the packaging refined liquids. We learn we talked to them and then the big retailers of come to us in. Cvs case said we're gonna put you in that huge chunk of stores out Very own it to be in that position where most people probably lives within thirty minutes driving of a cvs store so anyone who wants to give us a go. Find it and that feels pretty cool. Be honest coming with comes from. We got one directly across the street from office. I'll take a picture and give you shout out. See what flavors they got. So what's the composition. Look like for you guys. I mean is it. And i'm sure it's changed over time but as far as direct consumer as far as retails for third party. How's that sort of pie. Look is there a preference. I imagined consumer has the highest margins but not as much reach. What's it look like. Yes obviously last. Twelve months has been a bit with rotavirus meaning. Other people are home and buying lines wait a race stronger with our beat see and amazon businesses. They both you can. Use both grows a five hundred percent union last year so much faster than we were expecting to grow and now was saying retail. Really start to recover. Predominantly will be about eighty percent of our business will be retailers ship. He comes very strong for us. We've done a lot of welcome up up. The scale of retail in this country is so big the the number of accounts number of cases you sell throughout channel is significant so we're all about availability where truly omni channel people discover products in different ways. I'm sure mad yourself. Ameinias probably products amazon day to retail in the last couple months consumers in a different so for us i'll business strategy is consumer centric where consumers discovering products when the watching tv and scrolling on instagram. Is it when the on amazon looking for something or is it. When that in the local grocery store and ultimately becomes the conclusion the channels are interlinked..

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"23 years" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"We create new flavor every single month on our website. Today we just announced the butterscotch flavored sparkling water which gone live this off afternoon and it will sell out in the next couple of days. We've done cherry coming up with the national we've rig their flava grape soda. Who's eric sugars area sweetness. And it just what it's done for us is crate. It's amazing community of people. Come to us directly get emails. They reply we have interactions with them. We actually crowd so some of these flavors to so we all saw fans will play. They wanted the save from us. We've made so actually listening. What having a different relationship. And that's very different to the feedback process that if we were to this which we do as well but install very hard to talk to moment. Somebody's up case and really understand why they did it. Like about it. Which flavors i'd like to see from us next and so direct to consume as being a bit cooler in terms of building a community in getting the word out that which is how we're having. This conversation is finding some line meeting. I mean the fact. We're on this cool. And i saw this in my apartment in london. Five years ago is bizarre. Being tonight has made this ryan. So we've been leaning on the internet ever since we saw the business. I'm not gonna lie. The butterscotch sounds absolutely atrocious. But we'll try. We'll definitely guide. I didn't even know. Subscription was the choice will definitely get signed up grape soda. Ooh man that sold out. It sounds like something new grape. I remember drinking new grape as a kid marshmallow root beer are you're going to have put my requests. You officially get to put my requests. The diet not diet so would be cherry. Vanilla dr ugly. I know you got the doctor ugly but the cherry vanilla that's maps request. Just an unwritten. It down yeah. Well it'll probably be less popular than the butterscotch. That's cool because it gives it an element like an. How do you guys like is this like international flavors. Is there accompany readers like look. We want this specific flavor profile and their dislike. Snap their fingers tonight. We got that mchugh dude. We could come up with anything. You possibly want yes. We went with different partners to do that. I mean the idea center is within within our community so we lost fans what they want. Men ever saying tangerine action free. It's always ideas that you just had cherry vanilla. You probably miss that flavor. You had when you were younger. You know that it's probably not something you can have six times a day. Ov- anymore if we made something that tasted pretty closely was healthy. It'd be into it so when we go to those flavor houses. We're saying we wanna take mad back to being by age when he had six towns day so this is the flavor. We're going off the this is.

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"23 years" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"Sugar from soda. Every time he saw a can out. That was kind of the real driving force in everyday. When i wake up. Now i'm thinking about how we slowly introduce more consumers to water and people drinking water. 'cause it's fun and refreshing drinking soda. I'm motivated by. It's funny. I mean if you think back in the us. When i was growing up used to have this food pyramid where at the bottom was like you need to get ten servings a day of pasta and bread and grains and hay as a wheat farmer. I'm okay with that but as someone who understands a little bit about nutrition that's probably inverse of what you want it to be and knowledge compounds over time we learned some things. I grew up drinking soda. I mean my god. I remember even being in college and i would put down like six diet. Cherry vanilla dr peppers a day. When i was interning and people would be like mab diets. No better few like. I'm very aware i choose love. I think i love the bubbles. And i loved it. There's different tastes than the water and of course for england's caffeine anyway. So okay you came up with this idea. You're like look this space. It's so obvious. I mean it's one of these things that just like look in the future. You're not gonna be drinking sugary drinks. That's epidemic certainly here as well as elsewhere but what gave you sort of the pa. I dunno inspiration of saying maybe i can make my own drink. And how'd you start doing you just in your kitchen. Starting to experiment. How did even get started crazy looking back. I mean i was twenty three at the time in a small apartment. Sharing with other people in london. Still in a fulltime job had this idea. Flavored sparkling water existed in the us. But there's no one thing in a canon europe minova. Say i was always. I'm vicious about going. Global listening eventually bought us head started with the first thing. I did which is a hack. I always tell new entrepreneurs with setting up a fake domain name and having an email address. That wasn't my hotmail. Jim out because i was finding people replying to my Hugh thomas whatever embarrassing hotmail address on craig's fifteen. Something like that is funny. You mentioned that because like there's a element now where if you're marketing to a specific demographic ak older wealthy people you actually want the. Aol addresses identifies as being somebody who's Old and probably has a lot of money. Anyway keep going. I was emailing factories and co packet baptism. Ceo whatever holding company. We created at the time and started to open doors for people that were serious. The i was the ceo of a company. Even though i was sat bedroom in london and started using google to understand how to style. Company very simply. I have no idea what i was doing. Everything's being joining the dots themselves towards the way free. Obviously i had a bit of experience in beverage. But i was young. I tell you what i was doing. But figured out started batching up. Drink started experimenting with products started letting about food science and complexity of co packing than realized the minimum quantities of making products light. I oh okay. I don't have that much money. to produce. That much product pitches my first six areas of understanding the needs to raise capital in as the result of guys narrowly. Twenties lending is going. So there's a lot of mistakes we've made the longest process but we've always. I learned from a lot of our steaks. And one of the things we always talk about is being stoic. And is a book by ryan holiday. The the way in any of those mistakes longtime Returned out to be taking a business in that direction. We're in now. So yes it's been a while. Jenny started initially very production. Run did a small family and friends funding round. My dad played golf with uncles tease. Everybody puts full amount of money and we didn't raise much did a production run and then it was a case of walking around central london knocking on doors trying to solid drinks. And that's why. I stopped it and today. We're in fifteen thousand.

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"23 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

The Bible Recap

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"23 years" Discussed on The Bible Recap

"Is god so keep your eyes peeled for him especially on days when it's hard to keep all the relatives and enemies street we open today. Jay who is prophesying against yoshafat because of the alliance. He made with wicked king ahab yesterday. Jochen seems to receive this rebuke. Well he says a lot of things in motion and effort to honor god and point the people back to god as well he also appoints judges and commands into judge. Righteously as god does and he says god will help them in this task after he starts out on the right path a coalition comes to attack him. He has the whole country fast as they seek. God's will god's help you worship scott in the temple and praise a beautiful faith filled prayer after he finishes one of the temple worship leaders begins to prophesy in front of all the people he says. The battle is not yours. But god's you will not need fight in this battle. Stand firm do not be afraid and do not be dismayed. Wow the keen and all the people bowed down to worship while the worship leaders saying shout praises to god and in the next verses. These worship leaders lead the army out to battle. I cannot imagine any country doing this today. You don't pull that kind of stunt unless you really trust god when he says you won't have to fight. When the worshipers begin worshipping the enemy armies begin to fight each other by the time. The people of judah arrive on the scene. Everyone's dead and they spent three days gathering the spoils of war from among the corpses. Just as god said they didn't have to fight the only time they have to lift. A finger is to carry home treasurer on day four. They gathered to praise god for his goodness to them. Word of this battle reaches the surrounding nations. And they're terrified of judah because it's clear that god is with them in the final days before his death josiah that makes another alliance with an evil king just like he did with king ahab. He didn't learn his lesson. This alliance with azalea the new king in the northern kingdom. They decided to build some boats to go to tarshish which is on the coast of modern day. Spain probably want to go there for the purpose of foreign trade because according to second chronicles nine tarshish has all kinds of gold silver ivory and even highly coveted animals. Like apes and peacocks. We've previously mentioned that. Some commentators believe foreign trade is a sign of greed. Or if not trusting god so that could be part of the problem but according to elliot as or the prophet the primary issue at hand is that joshua has joined himself to a king who doesn't know or worship hallway as a consequence of his sin. God wrecks their ships after joshua dies his oldest son. John horam takes over the throne and we can already tell what kind of king he's gonna be because his first act is to kill his six brothers and a few other prince in the area who might be a threat to his reign. He follows more in the footsteps of his father in law than his father and guess who his father in law is the wicked king of israel we saw yesterday and second chronicles eighteen. That part of joshua that's alliance with a hab included this marriage alliance between their children. It seems like joshua that made a lot of unrighteous concessions in order to keep the peace and his choices are partially to blame for the way his sons hora max wickedly jerram also seems to have a role in ruining and important alliance. They have with our nearest relatives. The eta mites there the descendants of esau eat them partner with you at one point but they revolt under horns leadership and authority and joe horn tries to kill a bunch of them. By the way. This will be important for reading tomorrow. Not only does jehovah not stop the evil practices in the land. He initiates them and god. Prompts elijah the prophet to send a letter confronting him. Elijah promises him that his family will be killed and that he will die a slow painful death from a mysterious disease. Then army comes and kills his entire family except for one son. Joel has who also goes by the name azaleas which is what. We'll call him then. Horam gets the mysterious disease suffers for two years and is no one is sad to see jehovah go. He doesn't even get a royal. Burial is legacy is worthless. His one remaining son. A-as ira takes over the throne in judah next and he's wicked to just like his father. He makes an alliance with the northern kingdom of israel whose name also happens to be him like his dad. They go to war with the syrians and he gets wounded pretty badly while he's trying to get treated for the wound jay who finds him and kills him in fact. The text is very clear that god had appointed both this meeting and his death. Twenty two seven says it was ordained by god that the downfall of huzzah should come about through his going to visit jerem after he dies. There's no one left in his family except for his mom othella so she takes over the throne. She's the first queen of judah but most people don't consider her reign to be legitimate because she's not from the line of david she kills who threaten her reign except one of the sons is hidden away enraged in secret by the priest. The son's name is joash and the priest name is jehovah. the throne belongs to joash. Even though he isn't on the throne at the time it probably takes a lot of behind the scenes work but jehovah the priests makes a covenant with all the commanders and brings all the leaves judah in on it and they point joash as king joy reminds all the people of god's covenant with the house of david so that they understand the importance of having joash on the throne east the only legitimate heir at this point but e seven so a lot of the reforms that take place are done by jehovah the priest he has eighth ally put to death likely for the murders she committed and he reestablishes temple worship and destroys the altars and the priests of baal in the people of judah rejoice. What was your god shot. Today mine was in the prayer of joshua bat as he seeks. God's help against the enemy armies. It's a gorgeous prayer in chapter twenty verse nine. He says if disaster comes upon us the sword judgment or pestilence or famine. We will stand before this house and before you for your name is in this house and cry out to you our affliction and you will hear and save knows that no matter what terrible things may happen to them. They're in a relationship with a trustworthy. God and he will ultimately rescue them. One of my favorite lines from this prayer is in twenty twelve. It says we do not know what to do. But our eyes are on. You plan a is to trust. God there is no plan b. He's where the joy is tomorrow. We'll be reading the book of over dia relinking to a short video overview in the show notes today so check that out if you've got a few minutes to spare and just a reminder if you're using our plan in the bible app this video will also be late for you tomorrow in the devotional portion above the chapters. We're so grateful to all of you. Who have picked up a copy of the bible. Recap book one of you. 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