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"ac six" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"ac six" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Like you're right here on Chris's lap in the studio. Yeah, you sound. Even better that way, but you can send a text to our eight hundred number as well, and we'll do those occasional will read them if you have a question for example, this one from let me see. Oh, they didn't even give the first name but high into tomorrow always look forward to your show every Sunday evening on seven point three, FM in Baton Rouge. Well. Thank you whoever sent that. But when if we should read your text on the air to eight, hundred, eight, nine, nine, four, six, eight, six, eight, hundred, eight, nine, nine into if we read your text on the air that qualifies you for prices as well. Not, the bigger better summer giveaway prices now extended through the fall into the fall because we want to hear you for those. But at least you kind of get the idea to not you do speaking of the summer giveaway. shh. It's time for a cool and do tomorrow hot summer giveaway. Thank you cam. Summer. Hand extended. 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That's what I'm trying to say yeah. That's what I thought Brandon. Jackson Mississippi listens on Super Talk Ninety seven point three and we love you for it. He's using the free into tomorrow. Happy Brandon Hey, Dave I was willing to know what you thought about data mining as it pertains to the blockchain mining rigs and revenue that they might produce. What are your thoughts? So Brandon, if you're thinking crypto currencies in particular, if you go with a new one, you may get some returned but generally speaking at current prices, you'll spend more electricity. Then you'll get back in try to do that for the most part that mostly goes for the popular currencies. Some of the new ones are still simple enough to mine if you will that they may give you more of a return, but it will still likely be below what you're spending. To even power your machine and there are still people that do it successfully to an extent, but that requires having the right equipment and know what currencies to stick to. Now, if you're mining a different kind of data, your mileage may vary. There are lots of other blockchain projects and if you found one that can make you some money and you already have. A machine set up to try you might as well, but don't expect huge returns. Yeah. Now, brandon stay tuned because this is one of those things that another listener might be helpful to you as well. Perhaps, they can share with us if they have done something recent with cryptocurrencies and mining and share their experience and will be happy to share that with you. Meantime Terry in Carthage Missouri Listens to the free into tomorrow podcast and my goodness we love Terry as well calling in using the free into tomorrow APP a day glitzy. You're back on the air again. Hope you're feeling better. I'm having trouble getting a wireless signal to my ring cameras on the outside of my house miss anything. I can do to. Help with that a new routers have better single coverage, but still having trouble. helped me that I would appreciate it. Well, first Terry thank you for the kind words sound terrific like he's right here. But see that's how good you sound when you use the APP, a Terry, your ring cameras, of course are just fi devices I've got the same problem with one that I have outback overlooking the lake area. Sometimes, it works most of the time it doesn't, but you need to somehow make your network obviously stronger. Wherever those cameras are you can look at all whether external access points. For example, the wave link AC six hundred will cost you about eighty five dollars and it can be mounted outside having said that it sounds like you may have cameras all around your house. So the house itself can, of course, block the signal from an outside access point to the rest of the cameras. That are not line of sight. So there may be creating another issue. Yeah. If the cameras are mounted on the walls of the house rather than away and pointed at it, a Mesh system is probably all you need those systems like the euro and the or that allow you to keep adding stations that talk to each other and repeat the connection in order to eliminate dead spots. Place enough of those repeaters close to where the cameras are mounted you should be able to get each them usable signal if the cameras are too far away from the House though you may be stuck with those outdoor access points. Yeah. The part that scares me is how they talk to each other because sometimes I'll walk around my house and go who said that what was that? WHO's talking? You know and no, it's not. If you want to join us, we'd love to hear from you. 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"ac six" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

06:41 min | 2 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Yeah, Yes, light dried this the beginning of the end, but actually neither that we all a consumers and are just on the industry. Understand more, AB- ice, the limitations of the of the technology, the capabilities of the technology. What's really lovely to see is that. I am composition is night very much seen as almost a human at accelerator of human creativity to give you. An example is kind of more specifics. We have worked with a business school vocal which I'm. Trying to it uses your voices and instruments, so if you make a trumpet signs into this microphone, it will put a trumpet mid-east Signal Signs in theory you. Can you know build your whole song by just going Dong Dong Dong because that's the guitar noise on it. Rates the guitar of the very good making guitar noises. Was Eric Clapton. Well See. Waking in his boots. But you know it, can it can I put a host? That's kind of. That's a real example of just a practical in-studio crisis accelerator. We also worked with a business cold top, which was going for the more fun game, if occasion ends of music generation where you literally. Download the APP and you common tap into it on. You can create your own song, so it kind of takes away that requirement. Ab Music trained or to be able to play instruments openly. Kind of everyone can produce uncreative on its signs. It's really professional. Let's let's not you know a race to the Boston per se. And then right the way through to the latest business are they graduated quite recently for monitoring business, cold live score, the finders, actually composer this lovely blend of human composition that the. Than, almost put into Lego blocks so that the system can create generous. So you can put any kind of Q. on top of it like think of your electric cars, an example like you're. If you're going really fast, the music can go faster. If you turn a coroner, the music can turn with. You can put any kind of pivot on the music, but it just generates itself, and that's just you know just really interesting on brands or quite excited about what that could do for them, you know. Will we listen to it? Instead of the topics on spotify I don't know, but you know it's is a time and a place for that type of music as well definitely. Yeah, they're interesting businesses. To your point. You're not just thinking next five years next ten years like so many companies are thinking of when you first started talking about the image and reputation of the brand. You said well. What's the next ninety years going to look like? So who knows what kind of technology is going to be involved by then I'd love to be a fly on the wall in year, brainstorming or creative space wherever you guys think of these ideas, and what companies to embrace in support I'm sure it's just mind blowing. What comes out of there and so you do so many different things and you had such a giant and really inspiring effort to modernize Abbey. Road Wall so celebrating the history. What is the biggest challenge that you've come across in your role as MD there? I think that the biggest challenge initially was you know I. This is possibly to honest, but I arrived with out of ideas. You know in my felder. We've more or less executed. Most of the context, the expansion strategy and the kind of the repositioning piece and I think in the first year. That was my hardest year because this is a business that hadn't changed in AC six years. Old It was when I arrived. So you know here's this crazy. Irish growl arriving with the powerpoint under arm with all these grand plans. What the Hell is she up to so I think it took me? The biggest challenge was gaining people's trust that this was all a advice expanding and showcasing the brand as authentically as possible. This wasn't. By just. Building an Abbey Road Hotel in Las Vegas. Wasn't that kind of fun. It was actually high, do we? Really credible authentic passionate. Craig's of way do something interesting with this bronze. That took me a long time to get people to what to trust me unto buy into where we were going. Actually you know as I'm sure a lot of people you've had on your podcast of said seeing is believing so the first couple of. Steps like even the retail store that we got going on and show that the product in there was you know beautifully associated with the bronze, and not just a taxi souvenir store young. People people kind of. Realize actually. This is going to be done in a really really tasteful way. That is celebrating the browns. So anyway. I think probably, too, but it was it was. That was a tough first. You're trying to get people to buy into the vision, but then they have all come on the journey was we have absolute key amazing, so we've. We've come good at the at the size. there's no such thing as too honest and think about I mean it. Doesn't that just gives you chills when you think about what you're experiencing that first year? Or early days there and then to to turn around and see already in. A matter of years what you and the team have accomplished A. it's really it's. It's amazing what you've done I'm I'm so proud of the team I mean it is. It like I. Say brand that hasn't changed have implemented that much change on so well. Executions in such a short space of time I think we can all be immensely ride. Hey Max here. Another thing that you may be mentally proud about is your podcast and you might have a podcast. You might have one fear brand, or you might not have one yet, but you might be thinking about having one in the future, and there's so many positives about having a podcast. It opened so many doors, but the flip side of it is, it takes hours and hours and hours and hours today say hours hours to put together every single day every single week, so there's so much. Much work that needs to go on behind the scenes, an order for you to have a successful podcast. If you would like some help with that I, am here for you. Email me at Max. At would direct dot Com and I will take care of the behind the scenes in help you with the planning and strategy of your podcast,.

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"ac six" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on WTVN

"Customary and accept the debate fifty with traffic you can trust on Johnny gill newsradio six NW AC six first warning weather scattered rain showers through the day today in early high fifty five then middle of the afternoon once temperatures tumble through the forties and down to thirty one for the overnight low a cloudy day tomorrow with some rain and maybe some frozen precept late tomorrow so I goes to thirty eight will bounce to forty two with a little more rain on Thursday forecast powered by the basement Dr it's fifty three right now sports now we talked a lot about the Superbowl in less than a day or two you know there's that one moment during the halftime show Shakira looks at the camera does that kind of tongue wag thing yeah yeah the joy a lot of people you know around about that it turned immediately in the means and gifts and all that kind of stuff I didn't realize this you she is a mix of Lebanese and Colombian correct Sir that Lebanese Lebanese rights and so there is this phenomenon that happens in in really both cultures but it seems to be more middle eastern the tongue flicking thing and I'm not gonna be able to say what they call it I know I've I've looked it up as a group yeah I think is maybe how you say it Z. A. G. H. R. O. U. T. A. they say it is a traditional Arabic expression of joy and celebration there is the tongue wag and then kind of a a shout that goes with it and because of her heritage and there there is signs of that in other cultures as well I mean I finished with Latin cultures and that so she's just being herself I mean she is kind of that mix mmhm and her performance she said was an expression of who she is so that's where that came from the side and I know and I I get it I understand you know I'm a I'm a parent of two kids air I understand those that didn't find its age appropriate for the Superbowl I didn't have a big problem with the half time show though I did night I enjoyed I I admit it what those two performers yeah you kind of knew what kind of player is going to be that and agreed to and for the wearer the Superbowl was yeah Miami yeah it was a very Miami show agreed you know what I mean if for for that setting in that culture was so I mean I get it I I'm not if if you were bothered by it I'm not saying your dome it because I get it I I understand I just tell you me personally I I understood the show we understood why it may have been a little racy now you know the poll and everything it should be well I I yeah well yeah when they're both facing away from him hi I'm looking allied is pretty wide eyed was tremendous for where the game was the cultures that they were representing I thought it was really good yeah so yeah but anyway I didn't realize that was a thing but it's a thing that took the time why sex and I didn't either that I've I feel like it's I've been educate a little bit now you know as well exactly blue jackets with the NHL's best record real last two calendar months are home tonight against Florida last time they played was new year's eve jackets bhedam Elvis summers Lincoln's got his first win we all know their injury for the jackets Alex Winberg out three to four weeks with an upper body injury Ryan McGinnis recall from Cleveland game time United seven on Fox Sports Ohio have your remote handy because also at seven on ESPN two is a basketball Buckeyes on the road rival Michigan in this updated service of alcon elk if a medical mistake because you injury call one eight hundred alkyl heiau coach Chris Holtmann tonight going against first year Wolverine coach Joe one hour day that a really good season to really impress watching them on tape obviously they've taken some lumps as everybody has in league play but they've got a veteran group that one a lot of games obviously by a credit to you one of the coaching staff and it'll be a great challenge up there both teams highly ranked in December both four and six in big ten play both have won their last two college hoops last night no upsets in the rankings top ranked Baylor number three Kansas and number eight Florida state all one fairly easily NBA cavs lost by five in overtime to the Knicks meanwhile rumors persist the cavs are shopping at veterans Kevin love interest in Thompson there to hold hold outs from the twenty sixteen at championship team they are both being shopped as the trade deadline looms on Thursday it could have been last night there last home game coach John B. line all the rumors they all know this by the business of basketball and that we're ready for anything we trust our front office in our front office are working but we just move on them if nothing happens let's keep moving on to something happens this is fine Thompson sat out last night with a quad injury love if it was his last home game.

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"ac six" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Dynamite get healthy light traffic time Tim is going to join us at the remember the top of the hour hold on my component of traffic computers running very slow my take a second and I like I like this week sorry one of these thing is supposed to be drinking I'm doing Japanese what we are we're delaying it's a tropical drink for X. every other than ray Malavasi she okay I guess because males AC six five there by ponderosa homes explore binder as a home visit rose Avenue states near downtown pleasant sycamore valley trails and Alyssa girl rate arraigned should make your new home ponderosa home go to fundraise homes dot com California D. R. E. number zero one two five seven five six seven for the children auto body traffic desk another crash on seventeen we've got a number this morning this one is north bound before highway nine in the left hand lane and that's why you're backing up towards alme Bridge Road also your peninsula drive south battle one one slows because of a crash near Millbrae Avenue looks like it's blocking the right hand lane you're backed up beyond S. set up will northbound six eighty slow Diablo to love or know where we've had a big rig that there has been partially blocking the right lane westbound eighty is congested between Albany and the maze there's a twenty minute bar to lay on the Antioch line due to an equipment issue yeah they're heading in San Francisco were backed up to the foot of the maze metering like Toronto then slow again from the center anchorage out to one a one coming off the west found a bridge traffic sponsored by the Commonwealth club in this period of divisiveness and polarization the non partisan Commonwealth club holds a permanent position as the nation's oldest and largest public forum for exchange of ideas the oldest cultural institution in San Francisco give the gift of thoughtful conversation this year the city's Papa and one on KNBR one oh four five nine six eighty sports leader art and told you many many times about my friends.

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"ac six" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Eight forty WHAS good luck all right folks you are stuck with me to an odd tone even Eddie do I witness Audi is prepping for his colonoscopy tomorrow it's funny that. Leland was out a couple weeks ago with the **** surgery and now Dwight is out to doing the same sort of but things I don't know what's exactly going to go on tomorrow but he's prepping tonight's what's really important and of course. Hey Lee work this morning and I think she is now out at taste of laurel nothing is where she's out with Patrick so you just I'm flying solo so you're stuck with me tonight it's been a while since I've flown solo I'm kind of excited about it do you. we'll take your calls all night long five seven one eight four eight four is the phone number five seven one eight four eight four any of the subjects tonight we will talk about whatever you wanna talk by you want me ask about personal questions about Dwight or Hailey I will answer for them tonight. all right. tonight at six forty five or in B. roofing remodeling predict the score is going to happen again all right we have a winner she is going to come on and try to predict the score from this Sunday's games she has to pick from the NFL. if she nails it she's going to get a new roof or remodel how do you sign up go to W. H. A. S. dot com and sign up tomorrow night is going to be too much fun. Thursday tomorrow night tacos for a year wind tacos for a year S. also read is in Saint Matthew's Haley and I will be your host we have a ton of people coming on to talk it's gonna be so much fun we have some teams are going to show up we have interviews the tacos for a year we have so many giveaways gonna be crazy so come on out. Dwight will be recovering and then Friday hollow scream at Kentucky kingdom if you didn't hear last night's interview or at heart all with Terry miners a couple of hours ago. they've spent over one million dollars. to get this hollow scream up and running a Kentucky kingdom this is the great thing about what's happening with them on the weekend Friday Saturday and Sunday through October they're gonna be the park is going to be open and the haunted houses are going to be open inside there's two dot one to two there's a not so scary that goes to a certain time and then the really scary stuff is in a different part of the park you can ride the rides which is a different experience for Kentucky kingdom they're usually not open till midnight at night so it's gonna you're gonna be able to go to the park at night do the haunted houses I know my family's doing it on Friday I hope you can join us this any and then they have a dance party with ninety eight nine radio now our sister station so Kentucky kingdom open every weekend through October we already have a call Graham you're on with Tony and why what's up buddy. what was your favorite I told to go to early Friday night football all okay all right are you wait which high school do you belong to were you at one of the ones we went to. I graduated from Trinity okay all right Graham I will tell you it's hard to say North Pole it was of a lot of fun okay trying to think which one was the best I appreciated Graham your for your phone call on your question we did just wrap up our entire tour of our high school so we wrap it up with the same extremely last week it was a miracle we got a good signal out of of cardinal stadium but but we did a broadcast from the I heart box there add to a cardinal stadium thanks again grandfather call five seven one eight four eight four any question about anybody in the show including fan you can ask questions about fan and now he is back from getting married and having fun and we can ask you about that but I'm trying to think of all the places we went fan it was north Bullitt. right was north port right yeah we went to North Pole it or was it yeah it was north port they lost to ease bullet. and then we went to north old we went to north Oldham also trying to think of all the places we went and now six gave me but we went it we went out for five weeks it was a lot of fun or thank everybody for taking care of us the food was great every place we went to was fantastic it was a lot of fun. all right some breaking news about an hour ago the Dallas ex cop was convicted yesterday and then shooting an unarmed man in his own apartment was sentenced to about ten or about ten years in prison all right shot it a man in his own house eating ice cream it was a little little crazy I will talk more about that as we get deeper into the show but it seems like people are want to talk Hey it's good night Mary good night merry did you get a call to Dwight about is going to ask me tomorrow. yes and I want to get married hi there's a little something funny first of all for China allocate I really had a lot of good feedback about the day I was down there for my birthday and tell you they were more funny counts came in one fell and call me and he said you did a good night I'll keep her but we talked. I want to count what is likely to live I don't know I down these lists and then I doubt he's listening but I don't know I don't. here's what I want fifty years ago. this is a very social converse. don't. when I was working in the insurance cabinet space originate shoes also just on up council will look to the doctor well enjoy what's wrong with. I'm going to pot. well like that little constantly going to a psychologist. and not even try to change it well it's going to a six three. else lost it and acid calendar please learn from tales. it will have a little chuckle. all right all right good night Mary thank you Darling we'll see you soon. Graham is bag Graham did you have another question. different Graham okay. shop got four years what was your favorite sure high school football game in Oldham county that you went course it's north Oldham I mean I can't of course that was let me tell ya that's the land of beautiful people I didn't I didn't think there was one ugly person at north Oldham. great place I will give a shout out to the lord Aldo girls Jill hockey game they sent us a nominal fee then and I'm hoping they get to play your shawl I don't know if your daughter's plan or not but I'll tell you the place all beat him the state championship yeah they were all girls yeah I appreciate that I love the sport field hockey is one of my favorite sports at course when I first started watching it with my daughter played in third grade I I didn't understand anything but but as you go through the more you learn about anything you're gonna be more interested in Graham I agree with the a field hockey is all some good luck to your north Oldham girls as they move forward I love that sport I could watch that I well I went down the you will well my family went down the U. of L. they had the national championship North Carolina verses Maryland and it was just it was unbelievable to see the speed and the talents of those women play field hockey for the national championship here a little it was really really cool all right let's go to Rick Rick you're on with Tony what's up but. is the White will close your charter in the south end okay Hey what are you doing magic. you're looking through traffic yeah that whole spiel listen in the tone even any how are you doing buddy you know I meant to call you congradulations on the news you are expecting a baby will not you. but your lovely wife the wife says yes I can nine but she's scared and we're going to use that what what kind of a bottle wonderful advice is old man that Eddie well I have ordered a well when you first to win the baby first gets here there's not a lot to do okay because once you if you put him in one spot there exactly in that same spot when you walk away and come back all right until they walk and talk you're pretty much you just got to feed him and change and that's it all right they sleep a ton so there's not really a lot to do okay but then but then dads are kinda anxious they're kinda like I got to get the game here because your coach you know you're gonna coach right you're going to be the insane basketball football slash coach dad in the world. road yeah. I the only problem I'm gonna have is of all the officials because I'm here in the field wondered what how they could beat the call so obvious. little Johnny over here okay now I want to go ahead if I can invest in your child your wife is your wife play volleyball for U. of L. correct yes and she is all it's. always the CC was somewhat AC six foot what six foot three two two six two six two and you're six six maybe. yeah yeah okay I want to go ahead and invest in whether future earnings of this child. so we already have worn potential bidders so you might have to go through him or I think the best the most proper political about this is will sell shares right you can get a couple I mean but according your furniture yes yeah I'm ready for what's been able to help you back okay I'm in though I mean for for a share of the future earnings of your child okay. okay all right and they are all right Nick rows congradulations buddy. you might see buddy. I look will clear these calls or go to a break real quick man ten you're always telling here on newsradio eight forty WHAS what's about. Hey how you doing doing good. why is prepping for a colonoscopy with all that and trails caress as yes Sir yes and I heard a vicious rumor that you could either confirm or deny that at the end of all this trip that he now only weighs about fifteen pounds. he wishes all right but yeah hopefully one of the side effects is the drop the couple path. what what tell you what he's full of it all I know what he's full of I know where you're going with that. all right thank you thank you to Hey Kevin you're always telling here on WHAS was of a very. doing good. just a quick question man you've been married a long time I have one quick question I get married again a couple years ago. well for that at my house there was absolutely nothing to do on the weekends they was very easy to take care of all the chores your calottery calling..

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"ac six" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"After I look it. Eight movies that have got Kuwait from Scientology, nor by do you think if he didn't go into that he would have been that Tom Cruise that we see? The beginning. You know, you only talk in the good movies. I think they've got him a brainless up in there. Really? Go now are is normal. I'm hoping hoping to use a fake name normal. No, I'm not. All righty. So you send it to you. One wish would be Ford, Tom. Cruise stopped drinking, the Scientology Kool-Aid that righty, all righty. If you had that magical genie lamp, what would it be? What would you wish for a celebrity? What do you think that celebrity will wish for a what? Takashi six nine would be like wasn't in jail. Yeah. Oh, yeah. We never got into the rap game. Media. I wish I didn't brigade all Takashi. I wish I wasn't a gangster. He would need three hundred wishes wish I could die. My hair. Sudden front door. Get out. You don't I'm saying, I wish I didn't have to snitch oughta homeys already whatever celebrate that we did. Right. Takes off. AC six two four six eight nine two three. What would you wish for celebrity hit us up speak on a big boy? Bullet, some low to my kids, some writing names. I'm making a list some checking it twice in getting them. The real was dying of the game is valid some Beckham. Is douty thirty time legs amount of my bed..

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"ac six" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Use of force for police officers to use use a force in the state of California AC six member Kenneth McCarty to ensure voter rights in California are strengthened and then the third one is similar who's eight Medina's Bill three three one to have ethnic studies for high school students assemblyman Medina believes making ethnic studies a requirement for high school graduation. We'll ultimately produce better adults the more knowledge we have of each other in a state like California and a nation like the United States. The more knowledge we have of each other and of various groups that make up our society, the better prepared. We are as citizens, and as employee's cares moods area hopes today's visits with. Legislators will spark interest in younger Muslim Americans that find them getting more active in the process of creating policy. Change inspired become feature interns, the become future fellows in the capital. Lobbyists advocates lawyers and it starts today. So it's not as the bills old on favor of them. It's really creating a future for American Muslims to actually feel comfortable and excited to get involved. Serena's face lit up with a smile when he told me how he enjoyed watching today's younger participants get more and more confident as they went through the day meeting with legislators, and Joe the ethnic studies Bill, you spoke of seems like it could have an impact that extends beyond the Muslim community. Definitely some Medina sharing his experiences an ethnic studies teacher, he says learning about culture and history. He found empowering for students. I would see it making a more accepting world a more tolerant world, but more than tolerance society. We need to be a state in a country that recognizes the huge contributions made by various. Ethnic groups throughout the history of both the state of California and this nation, a some of them and Medina's studies out of a university of Stanford or also showing off Nick studies closing the achievement gap, helping with attendance and raising GPA's. Thank you Joe five. Oh eight and coming up at five eleven with our building a better Sacramento segment. We're gonna talk to a local guy who has a pretty incredible plan in place to help bring new life onto golf courses all across the country. Now, let's get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one k f k..

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"ac six" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"ac six" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"ac six" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"ac six" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on WJR 760

"Taken down. You can't find it online. Then somebody needs to be asking. What role Nancy Pelosi is playing in it? Because I am here to tell you Pelosi puts together this committee to deal with climate change even put Cortes on it. This is simply a committee where she can park a bunch of these young radicals and having to do a bunch of nothing while they think they're doing something. She didn't put Cortez on it. It's how seriously she's taking Cortez and the committee but Pelosi and some of the aging Jurassic Park members of the democrat leadership in the house would full well understand how the green new deal would lead to their landslide defeat, and yet all of these Democrats just signed onto it without even reading it without even thinking about it and four of the democrat presidential contenders signed onto it immediately and then bed to cosponsored the thing. There if we play our cards, right? These people are going to be sitting ducks, and I I actually think and I don't wanna say this too loud. Loudly. But I actually think that starting with the state of the union speech, but even before that, but I think and I really want you to you didn't hear this for me. If you want to tell other people, you know, you you claim ownership, but I really think. We'll never see evidence. This goes the drive bys aren't gonna do I think Donald Trump. In just his existence in the way, he sticks to his agenda, and that speech, I think the democrat party is actually imploding, folks that doesn't mean I'm not taking them seriously the threat, but this is this is insanity. Everything they're promoting talking about its littoral insanity on parade. It's frightening because a whole lot of Democrats around this country that love at Ceylon do it. But it's nowhere near a majority. This is McGovern ISM McGovern. Seventy to look it up. They lost in a landslide to Richard Nixon. And Watergate came they got rid of Nixon but McGovern took this party down to if it hadn't been for Watergate. They may not have yet recovered to this day was how deeply depressed was there defeating seventy two and it was much the same cut. It was the radical miss of that day. Identical to what the radical MS of this day different issues with the same kind of literal insanity. And Trump is driving them insane. Trump is. I think he is showing the Republican party finally how to render these people irrelevant well irrelevant. They have too many judges to be relevant. But. What's great about it? Is it all this while they think they're winning and winning big and are on the verge of getting rid of Trump? There has never been this many people living under such giant delusions as today's democrat party and all of their acolyte brain dead supporters. But. You don't want to say that too loud. Too many people to give up the ghost. Hey, another day down. One day closer to Valentine's Day. What is this? This is the AC six days six days to do what you know, you're going to do you're going to send a bouquet of flowers to somebody. So why not do it right now? Not that it's something you don't want to do and you need to get it done. So you get behind you. It's something you are going to do if you do it. Right. It's something you're gonna love doing. And if you do it, right? It's something that's going to have such great rewards. Flowers. Whatever it is. You're not going to do that. But do this include a gift of Sheri's, berries, strawberries dipped in chocolate covered with confections gigantic strawberries, talking points. They're so big. And they're so unique and each one of them is a work of art. They look like they're hand painted. They're actually hand dipped in various kinds of chocolate. White dark milk chocolate, and they are delicious. They're so big some people need a knife and fork Sheri's berries delivered overnight as you tell them when you want them delivered. That means they are fresh. It's guaranteed. They're beautiful to look at. They are delicious to eat.

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"ac six" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:09 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It's the Rick Edelman show every Saturday at ten on six hundred a MWR AC six hundred ninety two point one FM. This is the Ben Ferguson show on six hundred W R, E C N six hundred dot com. Well, it looks like the government is going to get back open and Donald Trump is taking some heat from some conservatives over this saying he cave, I'm gonna explain to you. What is fact what is fiction what you need to know about this shutdown? And I spoke just got a phone call about an hour ago with the White House. So people can understand exactly what had happened with this. And I'm gonna explain that to you first second. But I wanna remind you something else real quick when people say that legal immigrants are not a threat to this country. And that we the Republicans and wanting the wall is being somehow irrational, I just want you to know that the attorney general for Texas Ken Paxton just released information from the secretary of state, the discovered more than ninety five thousand individuals who are non US citizens that have matching voter registration records in Texas. That means that ninety five thousand individuals in Texas. Are non-citizens who had registered to vote. What's even more shocking than that? Is approximately fifty eight thousand of those ninety five thousand actually voted in Texas elections. This is this is the fact now this is not this is not up for debate. So fifty eight thousand illegal immigrants. Actually, again, fifty this is, you know, people can say, whatever they wanna say, this is the facts fifty eight thousand people I want you to I want you to think about this fifty eight. Faouzi people fifty eight thousand people. Voted who are illegal immigrants who did not have the right to vote and cancer American citizens votes in Texas alone in the last selection. I all I can say is what what else do you want to know? Don't. Don't tell me that this is not an issue of security for this country. Don't tell me that this is not something that people should understand. It's disgusting. But this is exactly where we are. Now. So wanted to let you know about that. Now second thing that people need to understand. And this is something that's really important. There is a the government is going to end up going back into what we would referred to as normal or semi normal working order. There is a lot of people that are putting out misinformation. Some of the headlines. This Trump caves on the shutdown. The president said repeatedly he agreed to no deal unless it contains money for the wall. Until today the Senate passes funding Bill to end the shutdown. The reason why Donald Trump agreed to this is because there were two senators Republicans that were actually working against Donald Trump one of those was Lamar Alexander. One of those was Lamar Alexander. The other one was Mitt Romney. They apparently were working with five other Republicans a total of five such say three other Republicans to basically, screw the president on this government shutdown and possibly work with the Democrats. The Republicans got wind of this. They heard about the understood what was going on that Lamar Alexander and Mitt Romney were trying to screw the president behind his back that obviously was a huge problem. And just some of the things that had happened over the last couple of hours. There was also what they were told if some walkouts that were being planned in a union like manner sick out fake walkouts are fake get out of work days for government plays including TSA. And there was a possibility. They said of all also with the FAA the president also did not want people to miss a third paycheck. And that's what we were heading towards after people. More miss the paycheck today that would be the second paycheck. And so the president decided all right? We'll take three weeks where we can hopefully work together. What's even more shocking about what the president did today is all of this was done with the help with no help from Nancy pleasure. Chuck Schumer what I was told from from White House sources that the president never spoke for this job happen with Chuck Schumer or Nancy Pelosi. This was actually done in essence behind checking Nancy's back from. More common sense normal people more common sense normal people in the Democratic Party who also realize we need to get the government back open. And let's move forward. As for the state of the union. It will not happen next week. I've been told from White House sources as well. There's just no way to get that open and answer isn't going allow that to happen that quickly she wants to drag it out a little bit. What will happen in the next three weeks the White House again from my sources say we don't know yet. Because Nancy Pelosi has not spoken with the president. We would need official invite until she basically puts it on Twitter. And or since that letter, and then puts it on Twitter, we won't know policy in the state of the union. She was asked about this a few moments ago, and I'm getting this right now. She her words apparently were not planned yet. Again, this is breaking as we speak. So I'll give it to you house speaker Nancy Pelosi just said, quote, just because the federal government is expected fully reopen does not necessarily mean President Trump say the union address will take place next week at this news conference following Trump's announcement. There was a deal to end the partial shutdown Pelosi was asked by a reporter if the city union will go on his originally scheduled on Tuesday night. The White House has already said, no it won't. So this is just echoing that to say the union is is not playing now is what she said what I said, the president is when the government is open. We will discuss a mutually agreeable date. And we'll look forward to doing that. And welcome the presence of house representatives for the state of the union when we agree on that. Now senior White House official appear to agree to the presence of the union address will not be on Tuesday. Which is exactly what I told. You asked about a later date that you need to ask the speaker that which is exactly what I just told you. So this is basically news that I've already given you about what needs to be. You're saying here. So that's just some of what we have right now on this. I wanted to give you that update. I don't believe that the president caved. I believe that the president was in this situation, the bigger man, if I thought that he caved, and the White House officials that I talked to about an hour ago made it very clear, the president has not abandoned his border fund wall funding, the president has not caved on that. This is a three week reopen the government to stop allowing these people that are hard working those the airports and other things that I have a very big negative impact on our economy. To be able to do their jobs and do what they need to do. And I think that is important. I think it's I don't think there's anything wrong with this. I think this is exactly what the president should do. And I think it's probably it's unfortunate. But it is it is what we should do. Now. This is an it's the president at this point really had. No, no option really really had no option at all on this. And this was going to be and I don't think he wanted it to go three. I just don't I don't think he wanted it to go three weeks with people are three pay periods of people missing actually missing paychecks. It would have been I I think it just would have been awful. It would have been really sad for this country. It would have been sad for this workers. I think the other part was having some Republicans who were starting to work against the president that included Lamar Alexander and Mitt Romney was something that they were very concerned about as well, it was something that they were very concerned about because you had these Republican rhinos that weren't standing firm and looking to work with the Democrats, which means we would have gotten a much worse deal. It would have not been as good of a deal as we were able to get right now, you can criticize the president over this. And I certainly will listen to that criticism. I'll take your phone calls, but knowing now what was happening behind the scenes knowing that Mitt Romney knowing that Lamar Alexander, we're working deliberately with Democrats against this president knowing that they were working with three other Republican senators to vote down to screw the president states of America. Which is exactly what you would expect for Mitt Romney Lamar Alexander. Let's be honest Mitt Romney has done more to help the Democrats since he became an elected Senator than he's ever done to help the Republicans. So that's where we are now with this. It's really sad. It's the truth though. Again, this is this is just how it works. And it is really really really really sad. But it is the truth, and you have Republicans do more damage to the Republican leadership to this presence agenda than Democrats. Whether it be thumbs down vote for John McCain in the Senate, whether it'd be Mitt Romney writing an op-ed trashing the president the day before it becomes a Senator whether it'd be Lamar Alexander working against us, president more than he works in four is president and Democrats are United Democrats are very very much United. So this was the best deal that we could get and knowing that the president was about to get screwed by his own party. Is is really sad. But it's also the way it works. So I wanna get again your phone calls on this. We'll see what you think about it. The number five three five nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two. It's been Ferguson show. Much more coming up six hundred WABC and ninety two point one.

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"ac six" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"But what he does best. I love is Russia's eat maximize link every single ramp. Whether it's a long arm to the chest, high just kinda rotates his body, which just one arm even when he full Russia's guys. He just gets his arms out quickly and get some all out there. So he doesn't have the longest arms, but he plays the longest out of anybody out there right now. And he was just killing it all. Long from inside outside. And he's not the most explosive or dynamic pass rush. You're going to see. So you're not going to line them up at Diene expect a double digit sack you're out of him. But as a strong defensive end guy that sometimes kicks inside he plays with good power good pad level, and I'm really excited to get back into his tape. Once I can find more of it. These cute really surprised me out here. Just the way he was able to use his hands consistently. It gets very good offense group family go on the offense of life because that's a guy that you know, Matty, really kind of put me onto. Days to Doggett tackles Mulas ac- six three six four under three hundred pounds. And I really didn't have any expectations for him coming into this week but his feet or faint tastic is used as link extremely well. And I thought he was probably one of if not the best past walkers in this entire room. Just really impressed by him. I kinda came out overnight. I haven't watched any of his just really just came onto the scene wasn't really even getting a ton of out here. But man, I think he's made himself a wad of money. Let's go ahead. And has this question who has been the most disappointing player for you this? Well, for me, it's very easy because I put my name on this kid now, I'm two to three days ago. We're doing our initial Germain Pratt out of NC state. The linebacker and probably the worst week of eighty buddy here. What one of them that's for certain. There was a lot of high-ups. He was a potential top one hundred player while kid safety convert down to linebacker here. But my goodness key could not be more rigid in his turns. He could not be worse flowing to the playing and not be worse in coverage. Looked like a guy that had never played linebacker before completely different than what we saw on tape at NC state. He just looked so awful this week. He was about matched even almost universally allies backer that was here this week. So that was really disappointing for me to see because I was excited about his potential coming into this week. Yeah. For me. I think it's Andy Isabella just. He's. He's he's not good. No. That's actually, that's the guy that I think was the biggest disappointment some me, and I wasn't really expecting a lot out of him anyways. But he just was really bad was Jalen Smith receiver on a Louisville. He just I don't know. He just didn't really do anything. Good. You look like you. He Kana looked like he was out of shape. I knew us at bigger guy. But he being bigger guy. It wasn't it. Didn't look like Goodway in that kind of started early on the way the second day. We didn't get to go to the practice. So we got these practice reports from one of the media personnel. And this guy threw such heavy shade at Jaylen Smith, he said, you know, obviously, it was thundering out really loudly while they practice, and he goes at one point we didn't know if it was the thunder coming from outside or the ball bouncing off and Smith's chess. So that was that was just kind of how his week win. And he's a guy that I think he probably went from a day three pig to maybe not even being someone. I would I would even wanna draft. So he he had a rough week. He was disappointing. So yeah, I'm gonna go with jail. Mr. Jalen thunderclaps Smith from Louisville. I have a few guys bit one this time..

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"ac six" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

Go Beyond Disruption

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

"Our clients oser books faster and more accurately, and what I love about our company in particular is I love accounts, we have quite a few accounts, fire them across our entire company. And so of the hundreds of employees, we have actually about a quarter of them are CPA's, and we literally have CPI within every department afloat ASA, something I'm very proud of on being able to solve a problem that I experienced personally being. Able to solve it with other very passionate gone to understand the problem get better, and you've through that journey realized some interesting and valuable insights, not only about the technical side, what it means to be a modern accountant to to make that valuable into the future. But also how to hire people that can be part of that journey, and you did say that, you know, folks on helping companies and their accountant deal with the challenges of that month and process new also talking about something, which is fairly US specific than you, revenue recognition standard. Now you join you'll previous company under the old standard, and the transition that the company went through showed you that the new revenue recognition standard Reverend could actually be quite significant opportunity for the accounting profession. This may not be something that will. Will strike familiar called with our international listeners. So give me some context here. What before we talk about the tech, and what you learned about hiring effectively for future resilience? What does all of this main for someone who's not a US-based, accounting professional? Why is this still so important? It's important. I would say for two perspective. So the first is anytime new legislations passed or rules are changed is going to be really good for the accounting industry as a whole so within within private accounting departments. If we want to refer back to the Sarbanes Oxley days Sarbanes Oxley required an entire shift in our you worked on a date at this is how we documented not work and as such required. More more people within your arms ability that work done. And so it created more jobs within the Ribot accounting space. And then when you look at the public meeting the audit side of shop it also created many. Jobs for auditors on because you suddenly had to financial statement nodded Johnson with. And so just more people necessary to get that work done was obviously good for the the profession as a whole. And then what we saw from that was than those pain points recognized and new software vendors able up and start to solve some of those eight points and make it better, which is creates new new windfall around the software space. And so that's that's number one is just how any change in legislation or rules is good for the accounting world because it does create more work, and as such more jobs. Second is what's interesting is it gives the people doing out work in opportunity to specialize your skill sets or identify new areas where they should give better. And the the big one were saying does relate to attack as you as you mentioned. And where I think the future of accounting is going where the most valuable skill sets are going to be is one in understanding in being able to the new guidance like this. Revenue recognition standard ASU six. Oh, six. I'm more like Sarbanes Oxley, then be able to take that knowledge. Apply to the technology. That's being used L as problems. And so the future of accounting is in my opinion, someone who understands guidance and all the rules, and is able to have the technical chops in knowledge while to I that with our. And all of these things have from what I've seen internally. We we work with many companies that are based in the US, but have international operations and because of that this requirement to adhere to a ac- six. Oh, six the new Reverend standard or a US based company that has internationals city Aries requirement is made of internationals series as well. So in turn that is creating north more wargin. More jobs. So you could argue that anytime the US changes a ruler regulation actually does have a ripple impact throughout the rest of the world..

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"ac six" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

Go Beyond Disruption

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

"Our clients oser books faster and more accurately, and what I love about our company in particular is I love accounts, we have quite a few accounts, fire them across our entire company. And so of the hundreds of employees, we have actually about a quarter of them are CPA's, and we literally have CPI within every department afloat ASA, something I'm very proud of on being able to solve a problem that I experienced personally being. Able to solve it with other very passionate gone to understand the problem get better, and you've through that journey realized some interesting and valuable insights, not only about the technical side, what it means to be a modern accountant to to make that valuable into the future. But also how to hire people that can be part of that journey, and you did say that, you know, folks on helping companies and their accountant deal with the challenges of that month and process new also talking about something, which is fairly US specific than you, revenue recognition standard. Now you join you'll previous company under the old standard, and the transition that the company went through showed you that the new revenue recognition standard Reverend could actually be quite significant opportunity for the accounting profession. This may not be something that will. Will strike familiar called with our international listeners. So give me some context here. What before we talk about the tech, and what you learned about hiring effectively for future resilience? What does all of this main for someone who's not a US-based, accounting professional? Why is this still so important? It's important. I would say for two perspective. So the first is anytime new legislations passed or rules are changed is going to be really good for the accounting industry as a whole so within within private accounting departments. If we want to refer back to the Sarbanes Oxley days Sarbanes Oxley required an entire shift in our you worked on a date at this is how we documented not work and as such required. More more people within your arms ability that work done. And so it created more jobs within the Ribot accounting space. And then when you look at the public meeting the audit side of shop it also created many. Jobs for auditors on because you suddenly had to financial statement nodded Johnson with. And so just more people necessary to get that work done was obviously good for the the profession as a whole. And then what we saw from that was than those pain points recognized and new software vendors able up and start to solve some of those eight points and make it better, which is creates new new windfall around the software space. And so that's that's number one is just how any change in legislation or rules is good for the accounting world because it does create more work, and as such more jobs. Second is what's interesting is it gives the people doing out work in opportunity to specialize your skill sets or identify new areas where they should give better. And the the big one were saying does relate to attack as you as you mentioned. And where I think the future of accounting is going where the most valuable skill sets are going to be is one in understanding in being able to the new guidance like this. Revenue recognition standard ASU six. Oh, six. I'm more like Sarbanes Oxley, then be able to take that knowledge. Apply to the technology. That's being used L as problems. And so the future of accounting is in my opinion, someone who understands guidance and all the rules, and is able to have the technical chops in knowledge while to I that with our. And all of these things have from what I've seen internally. We we work with many companies that are based in the US, but have international operations and because of that this requirement to adhere to a ac- six. Oh, six the new Reverend standard or a US based company that has internationals city Aries requirement is made of internationals series as well. So in turn that is creating north more wargin. More jobs. So you could argue that anytime the US changes a ruler regulation actually does have a ripple impact throughout the rest of the world..

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"ac six" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"ac six" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"ac six" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Discount five thousand AC six zero zero seven six eight with one thousand drive to decide bullets casualties for forty eight months with ten thousand miles per year with one thousand down it's time to ring in the new year. This is the time of year we have marathons specifically the twilight zone marathons. So if you care to share your favorite twilight zone episode, you can or you can dial in and talk about anything this evening as we are getting ready to as I said celebrate the new year the number eight eight eight nine four one pags nine four one seven two four seven triple eight nine four one seventy two forty seven. You can also communicate on Twitter. My Twitter handle at stunt brain all one word stunt brain thinks stunt, man. But just what the brain. That's what we do. We think for other people I'm following as much of the news of the day and after.

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BBC, Israel and Gaza discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

03:31 min | 4 years ago

BBC, Israel and Gaza discussed on BBC World Service

"Welcome to BBC trending with me an ECB this week. We're talking about the global phenomenon of metoo, the social media campaign that encouraged women to, speak up about sexual harassment we're going to explore the impact that it's had. We hear. From women around the world and what it's meant to them, and to, have a panel of women in the, CD to discuss its chievements and failure so far That's all on BBC trending coming up just after. The news BBC news with Rosemary creek the Palestinian group HAMAs says it is agreed a ceasefire. With Israel after an upsurge of violence, in the Gaza Strip Israel has not commented. On the deal but the ceasefire is reported to be holding Israel said it struck dozens of targets in Gaza. After one of its soldiers was shot dead on the, border four Palestinians were reported killed former FARC rebels in, Colombia have taken up seats in congress for the first time it's part of, the, peace deal reached with the government in twenty sixteen president Juan Manuel Santos urged the new parliament. To maintain the agreement and more than five decades of. Conflict Facebook suspended a US data analytics firm from its platform it's investigating claims. That Boston-based crimson hexagon was providing. Data for government surveillance purposes crimson hexagon denies using data inappropriately Oh tweets discovered by a conservative websites have led Disney to sack the guardians of. The galaxy director James gone for a, -fensive messages posted up to ten years ago. Mr. gun has since apologized for the tweets which included jokes about rape and paedophilia the president-elect of Mexico Andrei's. Manuel Lopez Obrador has denounced, a division of the decision, of the electoral authorities to find his party ten million, dollars is an act of vengeance his national regeneration movement was issued with the, fine, for breaking campaign funding rules retraced the party said was for earthquake victims US investigators examining how. A tourist based joining a storm on a lake in. Missouri have appeal for witnesses to send in their videos seventeen people including nine. Members of one family were killed The Spanish conservative People's Party is due to. Select a new leader late place Marianna ROY who is retiring after being ousted as prime minister in a confidence vote last month the. Winner will, lead opposition to Spain's minority group BBC news On the fifteenth of. October twenty seventeen American accent Elissa Milano sometimes a tweet that went if. You've been sexually harassed all assaulted light metoo as, a replace this tweets within a week the slogan had been used more than. Twelve million times within two weeks it reached AC six countries and have been turned into a, global movement what we now know as the me too campaign But it wasn't, a totally original, campaign, it's, started. More than, ten years ago when Toronto back I use the phrase in two thousand six to raise awareness of sexual, assaults against women but it was a tweet that was, a response to allegations of harassment molestation and rape by entertainment mogul. Harvey Weinstein the ripple effects if those and subsequently courts have been felt. Not only in the film industry but in politics sports music television in..

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