22 Burst results for "Adam Johnson"
"adam johnson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"And in the media on television. It's been analyzed, and people thought that what I said was totally appropriate. And if you look at what other people have, said politicians at a high level about the riots during the summer, the horrible riots in Portland and Seattle and various other Other places. That was a real problem. What they said. But they've analyzed my speech. In my words and my final paragraph my final sentence and everybody took the G thought It was totally appropriate. Okay that they've analyzed. They've analyzed Who's Who's they? It was that they've He's talking about. No. Dance. They've Hutchinson. David. They've Hutchins. He lives in a basement somewhere in £300. Wow. Okay, so Remember podium guy. Podium guy, the guy who's caught with his walking out there. Speaker's podium. His name is, uh, see Adam Johnson. Idiot. Number three. He's lawyered up. He has lawyered up, probably a good idea that he does not have one lawyer. He has To lawyer Two lawyers, David Big Me and Dan Beck, Heart We're talking with CNN's Chris Cuomo last night, you know, to be honest with you. It's you know, you have always can't judge a book by its cover, so to speak. So you've got the photos and you've got a lot of things on social media where they're demonizing Mr Johnson. And it's just really a mischaracterization. I mean, he's a family man. You know, his wife is a physician. He's got five Children. There's nothing in his background risk past that would Attribute any sight of violence or or you know this. This type of rebel is rebellious type behavior to him, So it's it's an anomaly. It's an unusual situation for Yeah, it's unusual situation. Internet Go toe work. Yes, it's just, you know, Sorry, standing there smiling camera mugging for the camera with Pelosi's podium in his hands walking out the door, You know, he just kind of got caught up in things. They weren't done there. They weren't done yet. So he is not part of some extremist group. Well, no, no, He certainly wasn't. He was there to witness a little bit of history. On. That's that's the extent of it. He wasn't involved in any any coup. Hey, wasn't involved in any planning of any entering of the capital. Things got out of hand. You saw the pictures, but no, he was not there for any any destruction. Any treason. He was just there to witness history. I'm there to witness history with the podium in his hand. Well, I wanted to souvenir that his seminary I wanted to see Oh, didn't want the lousy T shirt because the penalties 20 years, you know that the was upgraded in the 19 nineties. The penalties, sedition, seditious acts and that this was one of Is a 20 year prison sentence. So, but he wasn't there being seditious. He was there witnessing history having times we're gonna hear that. Well, you know what? We'll probably end up hearing that a lot of these people will be let off with trespassing charges. I mean, they will have to With an FBI record. Yeah, Yeah, They have to pay some kind of price for it. And, you know right now, Chuck Schumer is trying to get everybody on the no fly list that you know that if if your associate with this thing you're on the no fly list, which has legal problems, because that's your innocent unless proven guilty, so you shouldn't go on the no fly list. Until you've had your day in court, right? You can't just say Oh, you're on a no fly list, Can you And you just say that because you showed up with capital Chuck Schumer is trying to explain that today in Washington, But now I've and somebody was getting he couldn't even get through his his preamble when somebody that I don't know why he did this out on the street. He did this out on the street on a curbside. You set up the podium, you know, have us Senate had the whole thing going on here, making his pitch and just.
"adam johnson" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Ganymede when it crossed the radio source scientifically called a demetrick radio. A mission here on Earth. We know it as WiFi and we use it every day. According to Britannica dot com Jupiter's radio emissions were discovered in 1955, and over the last 66 years, More and more discoveries have been made about how the signals work. This is coming from from Damian Wiggins, who is a member of the He's. A member of NASA, a member of the Salt Lake Astronomical Society, will once built an amateur radio telescope that could detect the electromagnetic radiation from Jupiter. Juno's mission is to study how the planet Jew Better form and how it evolved. What caused the radio emissions from Jupiter's moon electrons? They say electrons, not aliens, cause the signal. Do you know enough about the inner workings of an FM signal to know how it could be coming from outer space? I don't even know how we operate on the 32nd delay. Yeah, I'm going to say a bunch of words. Now that they probably are gonna make sense. But What I was gonna try the electrons oscillating at a lower rate. Then they spin, causing the electrons to amplify radio waves very rapidly. The process is called cyclotron maser instability. Electrons that generate the radio signal can also cause Auroras in the far ultraviolet spectrum, a phenomenon also observed by the camera on Juno. So no alien. Sadly can I share with you Something unrelated? Yeah, A buddy of mine I just found out is representing Adam Johnson. The guy who walked out with the podium. Oh, really? Really. Well, let me let me hit. I have that right here in front of me. So, Yeah, let's let's tie that altogether. The parish man who was allegedly photographed carrying away House Speaker Nancy Bolognese. Pelosi's podium after a mob of Trump supporters storm the U. S Capitol is expected to be released on bind today. Adam Johnson was arrested, Um Adam Johnson was arrested Friday night on a federal warrant and was booked into jail in Pinellas County. He faces three felony counts of entering remaining in a restricted building without lawful authority, theft of government property and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. The arrest stems from the deadly assault on the U. S Capitol building Wednesday. In which supporters of the president claiming the election was stolen, breached the building in an unprecedented attack that at this point left five dead, including a police officer. The conditions of Johnson's release, including $25,000 bond, a 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew, surrender of his passport, no firearms or weapons and restricted travel in the Middle District of Florida and D. C four court matters. Johnson's next court date is January is January 19th. And I just saw the tweet where it says he walks out with his attorneys, Dan that cart who I don't know and David Big me, Big Mia North used to be the weekly attorneys, You know, lots of radio they were. The weekly attorneys would come by showing no rock and we became buddies. Um, I'm sure he won't let his client talk right now, but I'll reach out to D Bigglesworth. And see if I could make it out. I mean, what do you even a man? What do you? Yeah, I know that. But I'd like to talk to Big me actually about how you defend something like that. Like you've got him on camera doing it. How do you like physically? How do you defend him? So was? Do you know anything about his pull it like with this person be looked at as a right wing lawyer because you know, there's a not at all. Yeah, He's just a good attorney. And I've I've got to say, you know not to pile on the guy or anything. So he supposedly got five kids. His wife is a doctor. Now, even even let's say to play Devil's Advocate. You're somebody who thinks what they did at the Capitol was okay. Are you willing To possibly go to prison and leave your kids behind to go to Washington and do something like that, like as far as priorities in life. Me not being there for my kids for any amount of time seems like a drastically worse scenario than a president getting in that I don't agree with and you know, that's that's just I don't care who the hell you believe in politically to think that you would make that sacrifice. Of your family. And I just have to imagine these people were either didn't care which I don't believe that. I think it was just a sense of safety in those moments, these people that posted pictures to their own social media and posted you know this guy documented a lot of this on his own Facebook page so It's just insane to see that these people who some of them not all of them had lives or least families were pretty much willing to throw that all away to do what they did. And it's just It's insane to me that now there will be kids who, for some period of time won't be seeing their dad because he felt it was more important to you, You know, Storm the capital. Then they're not. And he had a. He bonded out on what $2025. So that means he had to come up with 2500 bucks. Which, to maybe the husband of a doctor. That's not that much money, but that's money. You could be spending on your kid. That's just It's just the whole thing that you know. And I don't think we quite know how far these charges they're gonna go yet. You know where these people when you get into these federal crimes. I would imagine that that it's not a slap on the wrist, especially the more we learn about what was going on and what people had planned. They may be tying all sorts of other, you know charges to these guys that they probably never even thought were possible. If you know, burning people someone's house down or trying to commit arson. Never a good idea. But if you are going to attempt it, um, best to not set yourself on fire, Tampa police say Scott Anthony Mesa. He's 51 was hospitalized with serious injuries after burning himself while trying to set a home on fire. Early Sunday morning, Jesus. Police say Mesa broke a window to home located the 1600 block West de Leon Street around 5:40 A.m., then tried to throw a bucket. Full of accelerant into the home, but it ignited, exploded and caught him on fire, according to Tampa Police Department. Police say the residents was not set on fire and no occupants were injured. Canine units tried to find Mesa but Police say the trail was lost after he got into a vehicle and drove away after getting his descriptions, including his injuries were broadcast. All officers in officer working extra duty and ST Joseph's Hospital detained the man when he showed up to the facility with obvious burn injuries. He was taken to Tampa General Hospital burn unit and his vehicle was impounded. Oh, man, what It's under head and people committing really bad crimes going wrong. That's you said, you don't believe in karma, and I don't know why he wanted to burn these people's, You know, house to the ground, but there's a little bit of Carmen there or there's just, you know, the type of dunderhead that would burn someone's car is gonna be the type of dunderhead that sells himself on fire. That's fair. That's fair. Earlier. We had a brief conversation about whether or not you think you could escape from prison. If you have if you're in prison, Yeah, I wish there were ways we've talked about evading the law. I wish there were ways we could truly test whether or not we could evade the law or escape from prison without having to break the law or go to prison..
Arrests continue as more Capitol protesters are identified
"Hundreds are expected to be charged after last week's U. S. CAPITOL assault. This is the fourth clock report. I'm Rob Carpenter Breaking now. A massive manhunt continues for the rioters who violently assaulted the U. S Capitol while investigators are trying to determine if this was a planned event. Latest for maybe sees Kenneth Moat. Thousands of National Guard troops joining law enforcement of the capital after the violent and deadly attack on the hill theme troops coming from several nearby states, helping to secure the perimeter ahead of the inauguration. This'll as federal investigators work to figure out the exact motives of writers, these images emerging of some with zip ties in the Senate chamber, or vice president, Mike Pence was presiding. Crowd chanting Hang Mike Pence. Capitol Police now working with US air marshals to protect traveling Members of Congress. You traitor, GOP Senator Lindsey Graham Confronted at DCs Airport by Trump supporters Friday angry he and Congress certified Joe Biden's win, You know it was going. Meanwhile, federal authorities continue to round up suspects from Wednesday's attack. Tough to Miss Jacob Chancellor, AK Jake and Jelly. Allegedly in the halls of Congress. The Phoenix man is now in federal custody. Newly elected West Virginia state delegate Derrick Evans resigning were in with a criminal complaint alleges Evans was live streaming as he entered the capital Adam Johnson, the Florida man allegedly spotted holding House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is lectern, now charged with theft of government property. Second viral video of the Angry mob facing off with a loan Capitol police officer Local reports in Iowa State appears that man front and center is Douglas Jensen. Taken into custody in Des
Man pictured carrying away Pelosi's lectern, two others charged in Capitol riot, Washington DC
"Underway nationwide to track down those involved in Wednesday's deadly riot at the Capitol. ABC is Kenneth Martin is in Washington, D C, with the latest on arrests and charges filed that nationwide manhunt is intensifying for the pro trump rioters and the deadly and violent capital breach. Law enforcement coming through social media, post surveillance, video and mountains of cell phone data receiving thousands of tips after the release of these below posters, new video appearing to show an Associated Press photographer being assaulted by the mob. Thousands were there, but so far only 13 charged in federal court authorities. Id'ing this man at House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is desk. This morning, the suspect, Richard Barnett, in custody and Arkansas. These new images show Burnett turning himself into authorities. Those actions cannot be tolerated and those people must be held accountable. Overnight. Adam Johnson, the man seen carrying Speaker Pelosi's lectern through the Capitol building, arrested in his home state of Florida. Alabama resident Lonnie Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. Hoffman, according to a complaint later denied knowing anything about the bombs. West Virginia State delegate Derrick Evans also charged. Evans attorney says he was exercising his First Amendment and did nothing wrong. Federal
Deadly siege focuses attention on Capitol Police
"The man photographed smiling carrying house speaker Nancy Pelosi's lectern well a mob of president trump supporters stormed the nation's capital leaving five dead is among dozens who have been arrested according to officials Adam Johnson of Florida was arrested Friday night he was quickly Aidid on social media and have posted about being there the man who sat in below sees office chair with his feet up Richard Barnett of Arkansas was also arrested as was the man dressed as a bare chested biking Jake Angeli of Arizona and Doug Jensen of Iowa the man apparently seen on video leading a mob up the stairs chasing a loan officer tried to hold them back then there's West Virginia state lawmaker Derek Evans who posted video online this bombing was a police officer he was arrested his grandmother defended him to WSAZ he's a fine man and thank you Mr trump for impact and that resonated with if the White House meanwhile Seattle's interim police chief says two officers are on administrative leave and under investigation after being seen on social media there I'm Julie Walker
Man spotted carrying Speaker's lectern arrested in Florida
"A capital writers seen carrying off the House speaker's lectern has now been arrested. ABC. Is there any cuter Ski has more Florida authorities arrested Adam Johnson, who they said was seen in a widely shared photographed carrying House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is lectern through the halls of Congress. Johnson is being held in the Pinellas County Jail after he was picked up by the U. S marshals in the photograph. Johnson is allegedly seen in a wool cap with Trump written on it and waving to the camera while holding the lectern in his arm. Dozens have been charged, including a newly elected state legislator from West Virginia Derrick Evans, who was charged with unlawful entry after he livestreamed his role in the melee. Aaron Keter SKI ABC
"adam johnson" Discussed on KCRW
"The landlord of Adam Johnson's building did not want to discuss this. Others are less shy. You know, I feel like it's a little bit of companies civic duty to return to the office. Jeff Lau is CEO of the Related companies, one of biggest office landlords in New York. As you can imagine, he doesn't love are new work from home utopia. You hear announcements like Google made saying their employees don't actually back. I think it was June or July of 21. You know what happens when people do that Temporary relocations, Khun become permanent relocations. The daytime population shrinks, which means even less traffic in the local businesses and the economy is going to be terrible. Cos they're going to shrink in size and they're going to demand less office based rental decline and it becomes a vicious cycle. So that's exactly what we're trying to prevent. Here. That's the worst case, Blau insists his concern is the future of our city's not his 30 million square feet of office space. He says his buildings there still 100% rented, with all tenants paying so far so blouse been working the phones trying to get companies back in the office. There's not many people that I know an industry that I have not spoken to whether it's financed media law firms, private equity hedge funds allows pitching them on top of the line safety features. One way air circulation, double temperature checks and strict contact tracing. Regardless, some companies are going to reduce their office footprint. Moody's Analytics thinks landlords will have to drop prints 21% this year to find new tenants. That's worse than the great recession, though. For some, it's an opportunity. Stuart's Taft is a partner Holland and Knight law firm with a big Midtown office, five floors, 150 lawyers. Six months ago, he was looking for ways to reduce space, maybe fewer private offices new hires working in a bullpen that lasted until about the third week of the pandemic. When all of a sudden everybody realized people do need to have private offices, we need more space than we have right now..
"adam johnson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The landlord of Adam Johnson's building did not want to discuss this. Others are less shy. You know, I feel like it's a little bit of companies civic duty to return to the office. Jeff Lau is CEO of the Related companies, one of the biggest office landlords in New York. As you can imagine, he doesn't love are new work from home utopia. You hear announcements like Google made saying their employees don't actually back. I think it was June or July of 21. You know what happens when people do that Temporary relocations, Khun become permanent relocations. The daytime population shrinks, which means even less traffic in the local businesses, Then the economy is going to be terrible. Cos they're going to shrink in size and they're going to demand less office based rental decline and it becomes a vicious cycle. So that's exactly what we're trying to prevent. Here. That's the worst case, Blau insists his concern is the future of our city's not his 30 million square feet of office space. He says his buildings there still 100% rented, with all tenants paying so far so blouse been working the phones trying to get companies back in the office. There's not many people that I know an industry that I have not spoken to whether it's financed media law firms, private equity hedge funds allows pitching them on top of the line safety features. One way air circulation, double temperature checks and strict contact tracing. Regardless, some companies are going to reduce their office footprint. Moody's Analytics thinks landlords will have to drop prints 21% this year to find new tenants. That's worse than the great recession, though. For some, it's an opportunity. Stuart's Taft is a partner Holland and Knight law firm with a big Midtown office, five floors, 150 lawyers. Six months ago, he was looking for ways to reduce space, maybe fewer private offices new hires working in a bullpen that lasted until about the third week of the pandemic. When all of a sudden everybody realized people do need to have private offices, we need more space than we have right now..
"adam johnson" Discussed on Photography Daily
"So far when approaching guests I've been fortunate enough to receive yes, mostly to an invite to appear, and it's noticeable that a good few contributors without hesitation have gone onto. Ask a new do this. Every day, so thank you again and a quick word about this Saturday's guest the British photographer Adam Johnson. It's the first early steps into having at least one possibly more business interviews per month for the access, all areas edition and this weekend Adam talks about setting up and stepping out as a professional shoot. My philosophy really was if I was going to. To become a photographer is a lot of work as quickly as possible to develop his style, and also just a practice, so the price point made it you could literally just experiment everywhere in nobody really can what they go out of it. He has a thing to say about the pressures. We're putting ourselves. unders photographers during it. Don't make any decisions really. Really about your business during this time because it's impossible to know how how businesses are gonNA come out of it, you know regardless of whether they're businesses wherever that's to Austin issues, he's thinking behind being a risk taker.
Constitution Atlanta United will take steps to mitigate coronavirus at home opener
"For Atlanta United's MLS home opener the first major sporting event there since the corona virus outbreak began we'll get the light we get the details now from W. S. B. J. black is there with more Jennifer within about seventy thousand here tonight which is getting some attention because of the spreading coronavirus and land United has taken precautions with more screening of its vendors more hand sanitizer and more housekeeping in high traffic areas that once we get to the game there's plenty to pay attention to as well without the five stripes upon in their first match since the ACL injury to former MVP Josef Martinez Adam Johnson's replacement kick off is at
"adam johnson" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"His time he was spent all this time and energy on friends to teach them how to do the business, and then they would never take any action. So he just told me, hey, go, read this book, and then come back to me with questions. So I'd read the book and like two days what book was flipping properties. It's not anything really special. It's just like the basics overview. It's a filter basically he just gave me a filter book. Go read this. I mean he told me to go read, you know, whatever it gonna told me to read, Harry Potter, and I'll find the answer is there, and I would have went and read, Eddie, Harry Potter. I just needed the answers, he's wanting you to see you take action. I so I took action. And he started helping me max was kinda help me get started giving me advice. And I went locked up my first deal made, like thirteen thousand five hundred bucks some change. And I.
"adam johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"Okay. Now, the bikes got to deal with me. So that took about a year trying to negotiate with the Bank winded up redrawn property lines. We ended up with three acres. They ended up too, but the double wide encroachment issues taken care of. So we put a mobile home will not property. That's pay. In two hundred dollars a month. Lot read in. There's another mobile home that we just put on there. That doesn't have an occupant in it. We traded three acres in the mobile home or the balance of the note on that hundred thousand dollar house. So when all the dust settled, we were in that house after fix up rented out for sixty two thousand dollars out of pocket over the course of eighteen to twenty something months, that's ours. But we got a smoke in terms, the Alona house. Yep. We mow can cash price on some land and within a year after both of those were bought a year, eighteen months. We ended up trading one for the balance of the other one, and we ended up in the house for sixty two thousand dollars and I can show you I need some, some whiteboards, but I know. Review about seller. That's, that's cool. What what's neat about this? And this is what I try to convey to people time is like there is no book that you can read that's going to teach somebody how to do that. There is no podcast that you can listen to going to teach somebody how to do that. Whether it's now. Right that one specific case. Right. But real estate's, not about, like show me a blueprint. And I'll follow that exactly. Because real estate is just doesn't work that way. It's too many variables. But what you guys have demonstrated is that you understand, like the fundamentals, you understand how negotiation works how different options are there. And you have the mindset of asking, how do I get this done, not just saying, well, it doesn't fit with exactly what this book says, so I'm not going to do it. Right. And that's like a lesson. I think people can take. I mean, there's a lot of good lessons from fish show. But that's one thing. I really hope people walk out of today with this, like just figure it out, get it done, because, like there's so many ways to pull off these different deals. There's so many ways to turn milk into cheese that like they should be able to do this. I mean anybody can do this. If you're just like thinking, how do I do this so kudos to you guys because it awesome? I give one warning there to please, please. I think it's very important people hear about. This creative stuff and it's a it's a very shiny object. I think it's a valuable thing to have in your tool Bill. But I don't think it's necessary in, I think people need to know that, while we do, get just insanely creative. That's just one of many, many deals we've done that you almost to draw out on whiteboard. Our go every time we go in somebody's house, as a cash deal, like we only do the creative out of necessity. That's it. All right. I think that's smart. So that was cool. Yeah. Very cool. And I'm sure people are like, I'm gonna go back and listen. I'm gonna go back and listen to that again later. But I like I always liked the idea when you can pull in a couple of different deals, like in kind of pulling together and did a lot of cross collateralisation. They call it back in the day, where I'd like to declutter on this property used as my down payment on this property in Canada. Connect everything together. Now, there's some fun ways to get creative there. But Eddie way it's time to move on because we're almost out of time on today's show. But before we let you go. Let's head over to the fire round. It's time for the fire round. David, you talk about this, in your long distance real estate investing book that the internet has totally changed the game when it comes to buying and selling house..
"adam johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"Yes. So that's zero percent interest came from okay? Now, how did you negotiate those terms Gabriel? She asked for. She has for one hundred grand. It was a drill. It was probably a two month process of his she called us, and then like a lot of people do we were the first ones in the door. So then once we said, hey, you know, we're probably in that sixty range, she put it on Facebook. Marketplace Craig's list, and there was probably eight or ten other investors that went by and said that they were in that fifty to sixty rage. But in totally validated. What said in what Brad said, but were we kept diving in like a wish? There was a way we could figure it out, which we had it in the back of our minds. We just get you know, let's try to figure that do you have any ideas? How can we pay one hundred make this work, and then the last day when we got it locked up because we knew that her her two biggest things right? She needed a roximately eight thousand dollars to move to Colorado. And she wanted four to five hundred dollars a month to supplement her retirement, and so, I think. Called up and said, hey, miss Wanda. I think we've got it figured out. And she goes, oh, you got an idea thing. We got it where you can get that hundred grand will get you everything that you're wanting, and we can put this deal together makes it work right now. And, and she was all geared up about it. We've been working for a long time. She was already sold on the idea of move him. Right. Because there's a lot of psychology from that after that first appointment. Yep. She she had been ready to move for about four weeks of that point in. So it was one of those things that just checked her boxes and she believes her girl. So you find it with seller financing, essentially, correct. And then what did you actually do with it at that point, and Jews hold onto it rented it out, did the rehab on it? I think it's rented out for eleven twenty five the eleven hundred give or take a couple of bucks. Okay. And then I'm cures where does the mobile home come into play here because I'm explaining that one. So the question was, what does he outcome like what happened next but yeah, go ahead though. The this is probably one of my favorite deals. There was so many moving pieces in the saying that it is. It's absolutely ridiculous. But basically, what we did in this. Ed, I love this story because everybody talks about, you know what we do deals this way. And then we have people that hear about how we do deals. They say all you guys really think outside the box in the point of this whole example, is that there is not a freaking box. Like you can do whatever you can, you can imagine your mind, you can do it while this deal was going on. There was it was a double wide that had been foreclosed on onto acres. There was an encroachment issue. So as soon as it, of course, realtor Senate to me, he said, hey, this one's got some issues. Maybe you can do something with it, right. I mean I don't know how we turned into that. But apparently, were probably. So they send us the deal. There's an encroachment issue. The original goal was to get two acres in the mobile home and figure that out what we ended up doing was the, so you've got to Eicher parcel enough. Three acre parcel owned by the same person. There's a double wide, that's halfway on bugs of those when the Bank foreclosed on it. They took the double out in the two acres. Three acres was free and clear, but it has half a mobile home. Okay. The Bank is trying. They filed with Liz pendence, they're working on try to actively serve this guy to try to get the three acres back will we swooped in a three acres for thirty five hundred bucks..
"adam johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"Of live what of returns you looking for that way? I know I can spend my money in time energy in a certain area and know what price rates need to be at honestly to be on that owns a much easier process when already know the number the guy's gonna give me I don't have to worry about what they are betas or anything else. I just need to know where he needs to be at on return. And then go spend my time money energy in that area, and get him that deal. Okay. And that comes from just knowing your market, right? Knowing what buyers want knowing what they wanna pay kind of, like, what the people that are coming to you are looking for correct. Right. So if we looked at your business, and we said, what is the one most important piece that makes this whole thing profitable? What would you say that is? I mean, I'll tell you what, I think it is, is that when we walk into somebody's living room, we used to go in. With the mud set of I'm gonna buy this house in the day that changed. It was twenty sixteen in a free at what happened. I woke up one morning, just had one of those piffle said, you know what? I don't care if I buy the house or not, like legit. Do not care if I'm on a house, I'm going to go in, and I'm going to give them everything I have to offer an help them. Whatever the case is, if it's made great, if it's not me, even better because I got a lot to do today. So I went in and just as legitimately is can say it. I started helping people regardless of what the outcome was for me in it's crazy. Because bought more houses and make more money at we helped a lot of people in the process. Beth really cool. So it was the mindset shift from I need to make money tiny to help this person. Yes, man. That's such a good point. Because I find this all the time as a real city. We were into the same problem. Right. I wanna help people, but I also have to make money and he kinda got a balance this walk between bringing value. To somebody, but you can't just bring value because then you could be taken advantage of everybody's gonna want you to sell their house for free. Everybody's gonna want you to go. Find them a buyer this gonna pay retail price, but you're buyers are looking to you for the deal while the seller is looking for how, how much money can you get me? So you have to be wise enough to know how do I convert this value that I've added to somebody into something that makes money so that I can run a business so that I could be in a position to keep adding value. And I think we all start off going one way or the other too much. We're too much focused on our profit on the business over too much focused on adding value. And then you, you get burned a couple times, and you start to realize how to find that, that middle ground. What have you guys found is your kind of like secret sauce with the combination of how you add value versus how you run your business was there a point where once you realize something that kind of kicked in the place and you could really scale what are the best quotes, I've ever heard actually heard it from his dad. I'm not sure it'd be got it from somewhere else. But the release of stress is often greater than price the of times these. We don't even talk price. We'll talk numbers, a lot of the time until we get the nitty gritty, basically Marion our know who you are where you're from what your family does at who's your favorite sports team. Whatever the case may be. I want to try to build that report in relationship to where you start telling me everything you need in life..
"adam johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"The way. David did you like that analogy? That's pretty good wasn't it? I was actually feeling so much pride that Brandon has stepped up his analogy game. All right. So Janas stuff coming in your figuring out what to do with it. What do you look for to say that one's going to be a rental early? You said something about creative. Can you talk about that, all are is drastically different? I'll try to put this in a concise answer that, if you. Let us know. So our approach is very much different in the fact that a lot of people worry about what their exit strategy is in a lot of people worry about how much they're gonna make we don't really do either while we do is we go in number one figure out what the homeowner strong to accomplish in Trotta fat are shade deal or an offer around what their motivation is because that's the most likely thing to get accepted. So we put a lot of focus in on that, and we don't worry about the money. I mean, we can tell you deal after deal, we've done this year, that we didn't make anything on, we just got done because it needed to be done. And so what we do is we come in and try to shape offer around what the homeowner really wants and what they have the ability to provide. So that's kind of what we look for is the in the wheel. I call it. What can they do and what will they do? And then find the blend of those. And then what we do is we take. Whatever proposal, we've come up with, and then see which one of our buyers that will fit. And then see if there's any room for us to make money. So actually hus- making money is the last part of the equation, every time you have a euro, wholesaler and wholesalers are only about the money in their all about greed in ripping people off. Right. You know I've seen that a lot. But usually those don't have any notches on their Bill to say that they're wholesalers, they're trying to wholesale. Yeah. Yeah. Ron that let's talk about that for a minute before we move on. Why is there such a negative view towards wholesalers, like what causes that? And how do you avoid that in your business? How do you keep a good reputation? Hosted it was going to bad rat. But 'cause of the fact that most of them had the inability to take serious action mostly on their education side. And also the ability to be consistent in know what they know with the, the problem is that I see a lot of is that they, it's not necessarily that they're greedy. They just want to get their first deal done on, they want to get a deal done so badly to hope that they will enflame numbers in and throw out a really high RV and then shoot for the moon to try to get the most amount of money as possible. That's where a little bit of that great comes in. We've seen it several times. Matter of fact last week, we had a deal blow the guy were trying to help bulb in his face. He had a twenty thousand dollar offer. He was trying to get twenty five thousand and next thing you know that comes back in it blows up in his face because is buyer backs out. Also, the mortgage was higher than they originally. It was a lot of things that were missed when he took the eighty thousand dollar offer in gotten his money right in there. But I feel that you education's. The big one that people see they only say the big checks, they don't see all the sweat in the hard work in the education that goes in behind. It is the fifty thousand dollar Chattanooga. All I can do that Mississippi I by like two or three houses for fifty grand. Yeah. Yeah..
"adam johnson" Discussed on BiggerPockets
"Always. And finally, lastly, before we get today show, David is one of the, you know, something I had a great time with you out here in Hawaii. So thank you for joining me. I want you to know I appreciate you dude. Thank you, Brandon, the feeling is mutual, and we would like to bring more people into this awesome circle that we've been able to build of using real estate to fuel a perfect life. Perfect life off a called that, but we're we're working there. All right, dude. Well, thank you. And I guess that's all I got. So make sure you guys rate and review that's show, the bigger pockets podcasts mature. You're listening to the money show, the business show and hanging out on our social media channels so without further do I want to bring in today's guests. Today's guests are Adam Johnson and Brent Marino to dudes that are just really crushing it down in Mississippi with their real estate. They've done almost over sixty some deals last year on check for one hundred deals this year their systems are just phenomenal. You guys are gonna be blown away, by the way that the use things like text messages to get deals I can automatically. They talked about why you might not want to look like a big deal when you're going to meet with sellers. They got some really cool tips. If your landlords really cool tips on, and making sure your tennis pan time, do some of their own maintenance and change their furnace filters, which is cool. And then listened. Closely for when they talk about the three foot rule, the three foot rule could completely change your real estate investing forever. I'm not even kidding. It's really, really cool. So definitely check that out stay till the end because you're going to love this show, just build more and more more just meet and value. I think you'll love it. So take some notes, and with that it's time to get today show. Fellas. Welcome to the bigger pockets podcast men so good. Have you guys here today and we're excited to be here? Pretty good. Good. We've been down to a for show in a little while. So we decided to Brown to completely strangers to each other and, you know, you guys are partners right? Okay, good. Good. Get it. All right. So we're going to go through how you able to find each other to work together, what you're doing here, this pretty fun stuff in there and we'll start though prior to that. What did each of you as do go ahead? And like when when you the first couple of times, you talk if you think about it say, who you are. So people kind of get an idea of what your voices are compared to hear your name is. And then let us know kind of what your story is before real estate. Go ahead, though. This is Adam some people call me big sip. Is that real? That's a true story again. Big. Which is the funny thing is, you know, it's Mississippi so big, but just make sense. Oh, I thought you took like a really big drink of sweet tea or something. No. Well. Stuck you're close to what my mother sought. First time she heard it. She goes have you been drinking alcohol again..
"adam johnson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"All right, then we can all look forward to that craft. Kellogg, general mills all down. Elsewhere you've got CenturyLink four and a half percent. The phone company was cut the cell from neutral Guggenheim, freeport, MAC marines, down six percent fourth-quarter earnings revenue at the copper and gold producer lower than projections. Las Vegas sands the casino owners fourth quarter results missed estimates. They're having weakness in Asia, specifically to Chinese city Macau and Singapore, wait talking about Macau. We actually are getting a red head right now. Just crossing the MGM resorts is forming a committee to evaluate real estate possible sales portfolio what they're doing with that sort of interesting, especially with the gaming companies these days, it's it's not Vegas anymore. Power. And that's what's driving the ship. Absolutely. And. Summers. Pulling back or the government's has tighter restrictions or you don't wanna be seen out there. Spending money on Ferraris and big gambling junkets. These names. Get hit Vegas. Senses. Senate. They're gonna do okay there. But it looks like people are somewhat sceptical. I'm going to take the glass half full approach this morning. You you'd think about the airlines strong results that tells me that consumers feeling pretty good about things, you mentioned the United the Union Pacific railroad, you know, putting up some good numbers, and that kind of goes to global manufacturing global trade. I think those are two pretty decent boat weathers. Well, and I think that that's the reason why you aren't seeing more negative kind of news or negative reaction in markets to news that otherwise could be negative, especially given the manufacturing data that we got out of Germany this morning showing just an ongoing protracted slump in that economy. I mean, again, there's a question of whether that affects us, but still the markets. Have I think a great time to segue to our first guest joining us in our Bloomberg eleven three oh studios. Johnson. Thank you. Thank you so much for being there. Adam Johnson founder and author of the bullseye. Brief he joins us in a Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, Adam thanks for being here. Oh, Paul Lisa. Thanks for having me. This is like the capital of the universe for people who love stocks. If you think about December January, and I know you're very active in the market anything about December January it's really kind of a tale of two markets. Just violent moves to the downside of December lots of bed. Macro news in particular yet. We start the new year with a generally a pretty good bounce back. Despite some of those macro headwinds that are still there were hearing about them Dabo's. We're hearing about from Draghi. What are you telling your clients today in terms of navigating the volatility, I know you like to take a long-term view. So what are you telling your clients these days? Well, you know, pendulums tend to swing one direction and then rapidly the other. So we got incredibly oversold in December. December was the worst December since one thousand nine hundred thirty eight right? And then incomes January and everyone says wait, maybe it's okay to buy and arguably. January became almost as overbought is December was oversold the most. So since about nineteen eighty-seven interesting that we would go back to that particular year, given the discussion, but you know, I've been feeling like the last bull standing in. As I listen to Dave this morning talk about the news. I feel like maybe I'm not alone. And thank goodness, right. You know, you look at what's happening at the banks. Banks are best levered to the economy better than any other sector and curiously semiconductors have stopped going down on bad news. I know because I was long Micron, and I actually had to stop myself out of that. When I am long aim at also long Qualcomm interesting call yesterday from some of the shorts trying to say that the lawsuits won't work in Qualcomm favor. But you know, these are highly cyclical businesses, and you know, you talk about people traveling Americans with the highest disposable income ever. And they are spending that money and in spite of what we heard from delta, which was surprisingly negative. Now, we find out from American Airlines jet blue. Blue southwest. Things are pretty good. So I should probably stop right there. Because I get on a roll. And I keep going clearly I'm a goal. But you're talking about the banks and how they're highly levered to the economy, they're having more optimistic take on things. That's a good sign for the bulls. We are going to be hearing from Goldman Sachs president David Solomon coming up. But I'm just wondering from your perspective. Does that mean that you'd be buying banks here? Oh, absolutely. I'm already long expects BankAmerica specifically and Bank of the Ozarks which got just did really well at the credit crisis. That people have a great show on Netflix, by the way, it goes ARC's. Oh, yeah. Exactly. Right. Okay. Okay. This is just a perfect microcosm to use a fancy SAT word as to how negative everybody got you. Look back at the fourth quarter actually was the third quarter. But the report was in the fourth quarter of pack of the arts they had to take to write downs that amounted to like half a percent of their assets. And that took the stock down thirty percent because people said, oh, well, if Bank of the Ozarks is having problems that means that strip malls around the country are going to go bankrupt. No, that's way, too negative. And now finally we find out. No, it was just those two. And you're right. The socks up fifteen actually twenty percent since the most recent earnings. So it's a great a great example of just how negative we got ten seconds. How much do you think the s&p is gonna return this year over ten percent over ten percents? Wow. That's really interesting. Adam johnson. Thank you so much for being with us is founder and author of bulls eye brief outlining all of the strategies that you need to know each day that he is looking at the markets coming up we are going to head back to Davos. Jonathan Farrow, Lindbergh television, and bloombergradio going to be interviewing Goldman Sachs. Chief executive officer David Solomon earlier this morning, David Solomon, saying he does not expect a recession this year. But he said that there could be a recession in twenty twenty. It'll be interesting to see whether he elaborates on them earlier this morning Barclays chief executive just Staley saying that he does not think that banks are going to be the epicenter of the next crisis. But rather credit markets. Let us take it over to Davos retirement Farrell is set up with David Solomon, Jonathan Alex. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Dave live on Bloomberg TV and radio on day three at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. I'm very pleased to say that David Solomon, the Goldman Sachs. Ceo joins me great to have you with us. Happy to be here inviting striding to the happy Happy Valley in Davos, Switzerland. You've got Wilbur Ross sang with miles away from trade deal. You've got Mario Draghi send the risk to the downside. What does David Solomon think about the global? Right now. Well, the global economy, I think is in okay shape. The economy is our our economies are talking about three and a half percent. Global growth in the US. We're talking about two hundred quarter to two point four percent growth in the US. If you look at just the economy itself. So I think we're doing just fine the growth trajectory, maybe has slowed a little bit. But the underlying economy is chugging along pretty well. There's a lot going on in the world at a high level, particularly around some big picture macro issues, the governments dealing with whether it's the shutdown in the US the trade negotiation between the US and China Brexit just to name a few. And I think markets are watching these. And it's a lot from Arkansas digest. And I think that's actually as we talk around the big thing that people are focused on how are these issues going to progress, and what impact will those issues have on the economic the underlying economic activity. We're seeing what you've already made some waves in Davos, Switzerland, Nevada. She have really the headline everyone's going to run around with this, David Solomona. Goldman Sachs says fifty percent chance of recession in twenty twenty. What does that actually made a fifty percent chance of a recession in two thousand twenty? So let's put that in context our economies recently wrote a report where they were talking about the chance of recession in the US. And they they said that they thought in twenty nine thousand nine hundred fifteen percent chance one five and at twenty twenty a fifty percent chance. It's hard to put in context. Exactly what that. Means as you heard me say the US economy is in good shape. I think it's chugging along. I think there's a possibility that as we get into the latter part of twenty twenty and we see continued tightening is the fed continues to manage monetary policy that we could see an economic slowdown. But you know, what it's just as possible that this this run could continue and we could see economic growth continuing into twenty twenty one. So it's hard to predict those things in advance. But I do think that that's an indication that we're closer to the end of the cycle rather than the beginning. Does that change anything about you do business at Goldman Sachs? Look our job, we're focused on our clients, and we interact with our clients whether corporations whether institutions individuals we're trying to provide them with services that add value with our big institutional clients that are players and markets were interacting and providing acquitted and helping them structure and distribute risks all the time. Looking ahead a year or two market market intermediaries, obviously, make long-term investments with a view on economic activity economic activity in the perception of it affects multiples of the market overall on a various industry sectors. But in terms of Goldman Sachs and our focus on our clients. Whether or not we think there will there won't be a recession by late twenty twenty isn't affecting the way we serve in focus on our core. Let me think about how investors and some of your clients might be thinking about it right now, if you say close at the end of the cycle, I'm starting to think west the leverage who's holding the risk whereas the leverage right now. And who do you think is holding the risk? Well, risk is distributed in all different asset question is a very general question. So it's very very hard. It's very very hard. When you think about recessions, and you think about what can slow down economic activity, you tend to look for certain kinds of disruptions. You can look at a market tightening. We'll certainly going through we're going through. A tightening cycle at this point in time. You could look for financial imbalances. You could look for inflationary activity. Don't see a lot of that. At this point in time. Those nothing obvious that stands out that says, hey, big problem right now. You know that said we're always looking for places where we see imbalances, and we'll watch very closely as things progress. Do you worry more about the corporate balance sheets and say America, do you worry a little bit more about the government balance sheets on on a global by certainly on a global basis? We worry more about global balance sheet, certainly if you're thinking about risk perspectives that could have an impact as a second or third riveta effective and economic slowdown the growth of government debt around the world is certainly something that we watch. And we think about the moment it looks like that growth in government debt has been fun as quite easily. I look at record demand in Spain record demand in Italy through the last two weeks, even though there was a lot of nervousness out there in the marketplace, you essentially saying that demand won't be that perhaps in the near term future. I'm not saying it won't be there. But I'm saying that what you think about risks about disruption in a different economic environment in a different in a different market environment. Some of the availability of that capital might decrease or the cost of that capital might increase meeting flake. But you know, that's something you'd. Have to watch based on the market environment. At the time, you know, the fixed income market better than most growing up the best in the junk bond business going to Goldman Sachs and leverage financed. Business left which loads just exploded through twenty eight with the exception of the last couple of months. Both issuance demand performance almost perfect wishbone loans business right now just give me an idea just inside window..
"adam johnson" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review
"Are the black market just real and that's something that overtime can perhaps help bring down the regime smuggling books one of these days absolutely i want to see the the uh korean edition of you know somebody's memoir is or of the orphan mastery sign that adam johnson book i wanna see those circulating in north korea when i when i am offered a copy coffee of or semester son in in korea and in a in a market in north korea boy will know things have changed thank you so much before i let you go one non north korean of question put about books what are you reading right now who i am just finishing a book price even painter paul enlightenment now which is coming out next month and a fantastic book it you know especially everything seems so bleak right now and professor thinker argues uh that i don't have some perspective that in the longer ryan we have made enormous progress against disease against poverty and that the way to ensure such progress is two eight trust science and be not let the pessimists think that the past was better and then we have to just make america great again we could all use a dose of optimism all right thank you so much neck answer good to speak you pamela utero and that was nicholas kristof joining us to talk about his primer on what to read about north korea to better understand the country which is in this week's book review.
"adam johnson" Discussed on New York Times - The Book Review
"Leader fighting the japanese working with the russians and in fact there were there were some thought that they'd kimmel sung was a a complete fake that he simply assumes the name of this other guerrilla leader by bradley martin and says it no that's that's probably not true that this really was the the kim ilsung and then when the russians grabbed hold of the northern part of the korean peninsula after the japanese were defeated at the end of world war two then they needed to have a korean to install as you know as their puppet as their leader and because of his efforts against the japanese which had given him some you know genuine nationalistic credibility so they install him about the the wacky factor again with north korea's it's kind of catinat for fiction writers and there was one book that that came out last year with ended up being one of our turned us books of the year minjin lease pachinko which begins in in in north korea and talks about the sort of working poor they're the rural poor and their immigration over to japan and then is mostly centred around the experience of koreans in japan but it it it brings up north korea many ways because a lot of north koreans were then serve trapped in japan an unable to return or had their families divided and so i was thrilled to see that you have a a novel on your list tell us about why you chose to put adam johnson's the orphan master son adam drunk.
"adam johnson" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Oh this is what he probably like a movie version that you're trying to vilify people coming in draping the altar and a flag making people like answer quiz question with this the seen from a fucking batman movie or something yes it may not have been cern virtues this guy adam johnson who tweeted that and there's there's like some journalistic take on it says devon kelly who killed at least twenty seven people and injured many more was one of two shooters in the church that's another thing that you always here in the aftermath of a shooting like people always think there's too shooters for some reason just because there's like conflicting eyewitness accounts and so they always assumed to shooters when there's almost always one they say according to eyewitnesses who also report kelly carried an anti flag and told the churchgoers this is a communist revolution before unloading on the congregation and then they have a picture of a and semester conversation where they talk about him draping the flag over the thing uh make people answer questions about dusk capital so that's the that's what's going on out there among the right wing and i guess we should say that none of that is true and as of yet there has been no confirmed reports on what his motive was other than that there was with a church where his motherinlaw yeah they they're saying that is connected to some kind of domestic dispute when rahid like allegedly was sending threatening tax to his uh.
"adam johnson" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"The president keeps trashing the iran deal one of the greatest steps to global stability in the modern period and his own mad dog doesn't agree with them we'll get to that and much more including turkey all of a sudden saying now visa vacation here anymore hauled at and much more on today's majority report uh trump was a nice enough to the to the security personnel apparently um and i'm sure there's all sorts of other sort of paranoia and things that relate to what the air to one uh regime is doing and i think we can switch to that regime language now donald trump was of course uh in puerto rico last week we played it everything from his sort of mindblowing lee offensive in stupid statements to the people of puerto rico why would you know how long he was in puerto rico were that highlight real came from i'm gonna guess no more than two hours for okay all right all lease give the least charitable interpretation um okay for so he was there and then of course he played the in everybody brand with the toilet the paper towel uh basketball shooting real because it was just demented and bizarre and weird and off key and kind of hilarious which would be i guess a good uh expression of this whole administration as adam johnson said the only thing their competent is racism and here is donald trump talking with twitter's uh most active in most unfunny user mike huckabee on his new tv show about his interpretation of throwing paper towels at people recovering from a major catastrophe which he's just been belittling for most of his time.
"adam johnson" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"In an irrational sense and there is a certain rationality to to the way these people act in a really rational sense and decided to start plop and mortars into south korea the united states military would be wasting all of its might even be merson's you know the nineteen 53 or anti fifty really and if it didn't do anything i that's that's totally crazy you should help to defend us on early i would just be suicide suicide they're not worked at their honestly not irrational around way earlier earlier in this conversation went ahead and you said and i've said it here on this podcast before it is the most unoriginal thing one can say about north korea that there are no good options and i think what we mean by that is there are no options that are guaranteed to that are clean this dicey situation up but i mean what you just described there is is i think that's a good option that is the practical option is practical circling not well i mean it's one of those things like what is the option that prevents there from being a military conflict and completely solved this problem forever in most situations there isn't one of those you know there's there's perhaps in obvious choice where you're left with only one but in this particular case this sounds like this is the good option i think we can call it the good idea oh well i would i would qualify ones where it's you know i would say that the best option is the good alka allies that that's where we have but if you read a lot about north korea as i do for reasons that i still can explain even novels like you know the the orphan master with adam johnson the because name mom not familiar it's a blend national it's a one of the great i'd so damn good it's a novel the takes place in north korea which is really the orphan master son it's called it really terrific.