35 Burst results for "Atlanta Georgia"
Al Sharpton's Border Trip Descends Into Farce as He's Heckled During Speech
"Frankly i took a lot of satisfaction in hearing the warm. Welcome that reverend. Al sharpton received with his gun and his preposterous trip to the border four. Us ambassador to south avenue and to come of jones austin therapy shelter from atlanta georgia new birth baptist church ribbon freddie home from work back. Dialing advocating for for our caring. We don't get out of the real shadows your disgrace rio zero ouch Not exactly the way reverend. Al expected that to
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Thousands. Atlanta, Georgia That was community service is what he was doing. He was lifting the collective spirit of the city. That's right. You know, we should tell people the Decker was A radio DJ at, uh, 99 X was it you were. You were all the rage. But first nobody knows the buzz. Get out of here. Hey, I'm just being accurate. Hey, listen, before we can put you in the hall of fame, we got to know your story. Okay, we'll start. Yeah, humble beginnings at a station that was barely a station. And then you went and failed at a very large station. That's your start. You fail failure failure. Well, how are you Basing the ratings? The ratings were good. I good ratings late 19 songs at our You're going to take credit for the ratings. I will take credit for the right because I would do stops breaks. I would talk for more than a minute, which was very against the rules. You're talking more than 60 seconds. You're a rebel. Got to keep the music going. You are a rebel. That's like the music program directors say they have the easiest jobs in the world. First of all, they just have to figure out. You know what the playlist is. There's a lot of thought that goes into that Eric and no female artists back to back is true Number one rule. You've got to create a bunch of rule. That's a real that's a real rule of music. That's why you never hear Joan Jett in the heart. There's this thing in rock radio. It's a real thing on top on pop. Music? Yeah, Constable to do differently. Yeah, Rock radio. Don't another thing that music program directors have to do is constantly tell their DJs to speak unless it's a very difficult job. Member that whole less is more movement. That was from clear channel. Shut up word economy. Yeah, they they tried to sell for a while to, uh, I guess because it does work for some people, right? So if I go And, um, Pam Pampa, you know that. That's McDonald's right. So it does work for some people, but we worked for this company. And you may have heard this was called Clear Channel at the time. What's it called? Now called my heart. I hate radio. I hate radio. We just we.
How Carlos Welch First Got in the Game
"I grew up like i said in the atlanta georgia area Grew up pretty. Poor am was a pretty good student in school. So i kinda like work my way up in Started you know. Having some moderate financial success for myself Eventually graduated college became a math teacher. And somewhere along the line along the way i found poker and i found poker because like i said grown up poor i was always looking for ways out of poverty and i used to mess around with these get rich quick schemes that you see the late night. Infomercials lost a lot of money. Going on certain days when i was probably seventeen eighteen years old and then one night i was watching and they said this guy named moneymaker won a bunch of money. And i'm thinking like who writes this shit like this is like. Obviously this one's a scam. I'm not falling for that. But i gave it. You know. I did a little research and i was like wait. This is real and sounds okay. This is going to be my quote unquote get risky scheme. That Starting me down that rabbit hole and so started playing a line around two thousand four and then singles primarily up until black friday Obviously that was like a disaster for a lot of us in the us. So i i was out for like a year and then these rogue. Us site started the pup. You can play on as so. I kinda got back in and at that time the sitting does are kinda dead so that started me on the tournaments and So this is around two thousand twelve and in two thousand thirteen I was a member of tournament. Poker edge and andrew brokers is one of the pros on that site. And so that's how i met andrew and Met him for the first time in person in vegas in twenty thirteen to get on the pie. And i think you pretty much. The rest is history from
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Tricia Mattson. One of our ambassadors out of Atlanta, Georgia area and she's talking about right now. An apartment complex that she's helping another member. Do the rehab on Trish. Are you a partner in this deal? Actually, I am, And that's my first pass of deals that I've done. So I'm excited to say I'm now a passive investor for the first time, but I also am I was hired as the project manager. For 24 of the units that were a devalue place. So you said who was taking care of the rest of the portfolio? That's the lead investor Phil Smith. He's from Houston, Texas. Um, he's now living in one of Robin's temporarily to get the property stabilized, but he came from Texas. Georgia to buy a property. Interesting. So tell us about the rehab. It sounds like it's pretty extensive. Tell us what you're doing what your plans are for it. Actually the past tense now because we finished the rehab in April and the report is from Phil is that we have one unit left to fill. So it's all been rented out on D. He's getting the rents he's asking for. So it's pretty much a success story on that 24 distressed unit. It's actually One of the biggest learning, um, expect education experiences I've had to date because I mean, you take one little house that's distressed and times it by 24 units. And being down for 10 years, and it's like, Wow, talk about not learning anything. Then you must have been sleeping, but this was a great project. Everything needed to be done. Basically that it was there was Haddon owner that took everything out of it. You know, he took the A C units out of it. He had no appliances in it. He had no Water heaters. Nothing There was nothing in society was empty shells. Of the June it so it had to get a full gut We needed, um Electricity box has done the panels done. We needed H G. C and it's done. We needed plumbing. We needed flooring everything from the cosmetic. The only thing I could say that was not needed, which is, you know, Thank God is structural. It was structurally sound. They were brick buildings, and there was nothing struck with structurally wrong with these buildings. It was just a matter of taking everything interior and bring him up to code and getting them. You know, everything brand new. So you've essentially got Think this building was a 1963 or 67 can't remember which one they'll build. And our inspector on this property knew when this ability went up originally, and he says that my product is better than when it was built. That was, you know, a great compliment, and he was so great to work with. We had Wonderful inspector who came to view the property and which is so happy that we were bringing this property back up and putting money into their town. You know, giving people a nice No place to live in. So he was on my side. 100%. We had issues with our signage. We had original signage. On guy just put a sign inside the original signage. Structure and code enforcement says No. You can't do that. So he had talked to code enforcement. Okay, She's doing a wonderful thing for the committee. We hasn't changed a thing. But put a sign in the old structure. Why are you giving her a hard time? Was like, Okay, Never mind. It's good. She's good. So you know, just the fact of having so many people involved in this project. As you know, and in and of itself, dealing with a lot of trades. A lot of vendors, you know, for this kind of, um, property was a learning experience as well. Dealing with vendors. I mean, I deal with vendors all the time, but not on that kind of level where you have These many trades at one time working on the property. Now outline that force. What did you do? 1st 2nd 3rd that type of thing? Because these trades do get in each other's way. If you don't do it, the right order. What did you attack 1st 2nd 3rd. Okay, so because we have, um, what I did is the only way I took this project on in one of Robin's. It's a 2.5 hour away from where I live. And I told Bill I said, Bill, I can only do this project if we hire my contractors that I've worked with on my apartment. Because one I know I trust them. And that's a big deal with when you work with people in trade is trust. And I completely trust that. She can, um Do what needs to be done and keep it on target and keep you know the place, Honest. It's what exactly she what she did. So he agreed that I could take my contractors bring them there on Ben. We would hire the other contractors such as plumbers and electrician's and They would work alongside with her. He would work on a game plan of what needed to be done first and tackled first, and then we would schedule those trades. So they say, for instance, while she was working on interior rehab Theoreticians would just go and work on each unit, installing the panels and electricity to the unit. Because it was well it was, you know of any project, especially this deep in the value play. You have obstacles. So many obstacles. But you know, we in the very beginning our obstacles, but we had no electricity. And then once we got electricity we had to get A meter on one unit that we'd have tol work off of and get electricity that that part of the building off of one m. So you know, we had Minor hiccups, major hiccups, but we, you know, conquered it and were successful. It's it's fully rehab, knowing it's almost 100% so Electrician's would go on and work into their unit. Um, the plumbers, woodwork and installing there water heaters, so we would have so trade wouldn't be bumping into each other. We would schedule it so that we would everyone would have their spots. Treasure. Appreciate you coming on the radio show today. We're gonna have to exit.
Can A Son Lead His Mothers Business When She Sells Exclusively to Women?
"We have forty one thousand investors out there that are selling beauty. They're selling wellness and they're also selling relationship ads for products so this business actually was started in nineteen three the base in our house. I was still in high school at the time. My mom founded the company and was out there because she solar niche. This whole need about people losing connection divorce rates creep in a sixty percent nobis out there communicating. Few new people needed more information on their bodies how to keep the relationship you know fresh and fun and so we have forty one thousand pastors that are during that exact same thing across the globe that are going out there in basically being like the petrous for some us in a relationship love life how to keep creativity coming back in to your relationship so i i was. I was fortunate that that my mom asked me to come into the business in two thousand Businesses doing about a billion dollars right. It was great. We had about three hundred and fifty people. I remember my mom sitting there going okay. So you know. I'm bringing you back in to come on lurking in atlanta georgia right. I'm having a great time and worked publicly traded company. There and i remember you were to come back now. I thought when. I come back and i started selling release student hansard products. This is in two thousand this list as being true today. I'm never going to get a job eating chris. What was your last job grades is. We have no no no. I'm saying people gonna ask you. Chris what was your last job. I mean this is the funniest part is that i didn't know it was going to work out the way it did when i came in patty stuck to doing product and product development and training a mindless strategy. Growth vision. Where we going. And either we really set back and dividing the concord in taking the company every asked what is the secret and the secret was we literally moment. I got in hugh hall and went from city to city to city in in looking for people that want to own and operate their business. You know they use the word side-hustle. Today i love the fact we've been new inside. House aligns their nineteen
Vernon Jordan Shares Experiential Nuggets on Business, Civil Rights
"Vernon jordan. Junior has been called the rosa parks of american business born on august fifteenth nineteen thirty five in atlanta georgia. Jordan is a civil rights. Icon business consultant influential. Powerbroker jordan is a graduate of depaul university way earned a political science degree in nineteen fifty seven and howard university. School of law. Never want to sit on the sideline and nineteen fifty one. He helped desegregate colleges and universities in georgia from one thousand nine hundred sixty one to nineteen sixty three. He was the field secretary. For the national association. For the advancement of colored people in georgia and nineteen seventy jordan became executive director of the united negro college fund and nineteen seventy-one. He became president of the national urban league. He held that position for ten years on may twenty ninth. Jordan was shot and seriously wounded outside. The hotel in fort wayne indiana. This incident became the first story covered by cnn. And as we all know by now join me. Came close confidant and political advisor to president. Bill clinton this past spring. Jordan was a keynote speaker at the summit on race in america held at the lbj presidential library on the campus of the university of texas at austin. The following is an expert of that reason. Tation now let me explain to situation. You are in with me this morning. And i can only explain it by telling you a true story. I'm a member of the african methodist episcopal. Church all my life. And that was this young pastor who just graduated from seminar and the bishop assigned him to a church and a small town in georgia to begin his pastoral ministry
MLB All-Star Game Moved Out of Atlanta
"Big announcement from georgia major league baseball moving. It's twenty twenty one all star game out of atlanta georgia in reaction to the state's controversial new voting law on friday. Major league. baseball made a move. That caught many people off guard and reignited a very charge debate. Then league commissioner said today that moving would be the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport major league baseball to fear last from liberal atmosphere. Absolutely art in the major league baseball has selected denver and the colorado rockies as the new home for the summers all star game today amid all the noise surrounding the decision. Evan drellich breaks down. When actually drove. Commissioner rob manfred to move the game. This wasn't about the commissioner of thirty mostly white republican billionaires waking up and saying. We're gonna have a new moral compass today. Mlb wasn't trying to make this great political stan. Rather it felt that he was going to make a political stand either way from wondering in the atlantic. I'm under sculptor. it's wednesday april seventh. And this is billy so even before we get into the controversy. Can you just remind what was the original plan for the twenty twenty one. Mlb all star game. Who's going to be a smooth calm week down in atlanta georgia where you would have the all star game. The home run derby the draft and basically a week of fan festivities around all those events. Henry was amanda greece manner patients after the passing henry aaron to to have the game in atlanta where he spent so much of his career was going to be a special part of it that you would have not just the game but this chance to commemorate one of the great heroes of the support of all time but will always be grateful for you showing all of rush how to chase our dreams.
MLB moves All-Star Game over Georgia voting law
"Major league. Baseball is looking for a new city to host. July's all all-star game the mlb decided to pull its all star game out of atlanta georgia to protest new voting regulations signed into law there last month. Commissioner rob manfred said in a statement. The league quote fundamentally supports voting rights for all americans and he said the best way. The league demonstrate values was by moving both the all star game and the draft. Out of georgia remember. The new law includes tighter voter. Id requirements and greater limits. On absentee voting would also be illegal to hand out water and food to people standing in line to vote. Critics say georgia's new law unfairly targets minority groups and just makes it more difficult to vote. But georgia governor. Brian kemp says the law actually expand access to voting since the law also makes the state monitor polling sites for long lines and then expand capacity of people are waiting for more than an hour. Well reaction to the decision is split largely along party. Lines atlanta's democratic mayor and president biden showed their support while former president trump called for fans to boycott major league baseball. One georgia tourism officials says the decision will ultimately cost the state one hundred million
MLB Pulls All-Star Game From Atlanta, Georgia, in Response to Voting Law
"Very different takes on Major League baseball's decision to move its All Star game out of Atlanta. While former President Trump is urging baseball fans to boycott the sport, former President Obama is applauding the action tweeting in part There's no better way for America's past time to honor the great Hank Aaron, Georgia's Republican governor, says the knee jerk reaction to the state's new voting laws will hurt Atlanta's economy. Major League Baseball has folded up and cave to the cancel culture and a bunch of liberal lies. Democrats say the new laws will adversely impact black voters. America's listening to
Biden Would Back MLB Moving All-Star Game Out of Atlanta, Georgia
"And all 162 scheduled game President Biden tells ESPN he'd back players talking about moving this year's MLB All Star Game out of Atlanta. Because of Georgia's new voting law. I would strongly support them
Hundreds gather in San Francisco to mourn Atlanta shooting victims
"More youth led demonstrations in solidarity with the Asian community are expected today in the San Francisco Bay area from member station KQED. Julie Chang reports Young people in Berkeley gathered Friday to mourn the deaths of those killed by anti Asian violence, including the six Asian women shot to death in Atlanta, Georgia. Move to the struggle. That's university students. Kiara Konishi, who advocated for ethnic studies requirement for all students in grades K through 12. We are students have been yelling for decades. U S HISTORY CURRICULA SEEKS to race S Konishi says Ethnic studies education will be critical and building cross racial unity and dismantling white supremacy for NPR news. I'm Julie Chang in San
Combatting Anti-Asian Racism in Fashion
"Hi this is imran ahmed and ceo of the business of fashion. Welcome to the podcast. It's friday march twenty. Sixth last june former us president donald trump began using racist language to describe the novel corona virus. That by that point had already killed half a million people. There's never been anything with so many names. I could give you one thousand nine hundred twenty names for that right. It's got all different names. Wuhan wuhan swiss catching on corona virus. Right kong flu suv hate crimes against asian-americans began to rise racism in the time of pandemic. young woman. Wearing a mask is attacked in the subway station sanitizing. An elderly woman is chased by a bully trying to squirt hand sanitizer on her time. Man in san francisco who had just gotten his kobe. nineteen vaccine. how celebrated his birthday a father a grandfather walking on the sidewalk. In broad daylight surveillance camera captured his attacker crossing the street shoving him to the ground. He never regained consciousness. During twenty twenty reported attacks against asian americans were up more than one hundred fifty percent in the united states. Many others went on reported and the world looked on in horror last week as the attacks against as merican escalated when a shooter killed eight people in atlanta georgia including seven asian americans. Six of whom were women. But anti asian sentiment is not new in the us it goes back to the eighteen hundreds when chinese laborers i arrived to work on the railroads and in the coal mines official government policy at the time systematically discriminated against asians and this is not an issue limited to the united states around the world asians face overt and covert discrimination over the last few months. Asian fashion industry professionals have been organizing speaking up raising money and awareness about this urgent problem and they have been sharing painful experiences of discrimination within the inner workings of fashion this week. On the beauty of podcasts. I spoke to three leaders from the fashion industry. The designer phillip lim the editor in chief of law magazine michelle lee and the journalists suzanne allow to listen to their personal stories learn from their experiences and understand how we can be better allies in the fight against asian. Hate
Biden Seeks Assault Weapons Ban and Background Checks
"The mass shootings in Atlanta, Georgia and Boulder, Colorado President Joe Biden has proposed a ban on assault weapons, high capacity magazines and an expansion of background checks for gun sales. It's an issue that Biden has been forced to deal with throughout his political career, most notably when he was vice president after the mass shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut. 26 people, including 20 Children were killed. Even then, a proposed bill on gun control failed to get bipartisan support. Now Biden is once again calling for action as president. But he faces a divided Senate, where Democrats on Lee hold a slim majority.
Heavily Armed Man Arrested in Grocery Store in Atlanta, Georgia Undergoes Psychiatric Evaluation
"Tonight. A man in Atlanta Georgia is undergoing a psychiatric evaluation after entering the grocery store there with six guns and body armor. It comes just days after the boulder in Atlanta, Mass shootings today, a manager at the public store in Atlanta called police after seeing the armed man enter a bathroom. Lisa. He had two long guns and four handguns. He faces reckless conduct
Biden and Harris Meet With Asian American Leaders After Shootings
"President biden vice president carmela harris are meeting with local asian american leaders in atlanta georgia. Today and the wake of tuesday's mass shooting in which a white man killed eight people. Six of them women of asian descent harris the first asian american in the first woman vice president
Republican Rep. Chip Roy uses hearing on anti-Asian discrimination to 'glorify lynching' and criticize China
"A pre scheduled hearing today, focusing on hate crimes across our country, But of course, in light of the shootings in Atlanta. Those attacks against Asian Americans became front and center during the hearing, Republican Congressman Schiff Roy of Texas, arguing that all Americans deserve protection, and during his remarks, he invoked a Texas saying that critics claim celebrates the idea of lynching. Here's what he said. Going on. Appreciate are gathering here today. It's obviously a new important subject matter. Um, and to be clear all Americans deserve protection and to live in a free and secure society with the fundamental nature of what we expect out of government, right. Secure the blessings of liberty, as we say in the Constitution, United States, um The victims of race based violence, and their families deserve justice. And that's the case what we're talking about here with the tragedy what we just saw her and Atlanta, Georgia. I would also suggest that the victims of cartels moving illegal aliens deserve justice, the American citizens in South Texas. They're getting absolutely decimated by what's happening. Our southern border deserve justice. The victims of Riding a looting in the streets last week. Businesses closed Burn lime started last summer. Deserve justice Way believe in justice, right? There's an old saying in Texas about, you know, find the all the roof in Texas and get a taller tree. You know, we take justice very seriously, and we ought to do that round up the bad guys. That's what we believe. Um, my concern about this hearing is that it seems to want to venture into the policing of rhetoric in a free society free speech, um and away from the rule of law and taking out bad guys. And as a former federal prosecutor, I'm kind of predisposing wired to want to go take out bad guys. And that's bad guys of all colors as bad guys of all persuasions. That's bad guys targeting people for all different reasons, and I think we need t be mindful of that. And so now we're talking about whether talking about China Chai calms the Chinese Communist Party. Whatever phrasing we want to use and it some people are saying, Hey, we think those guys they're the bad guys, for whatever reason. Let me just say clearly, I do. I think the Chinese Communist Party running the country China. I think they're the bad guys, and I think that they're harming people. And I think they are engaging in modern day slavery. And I think that what they're doing the wingers and I think that what they're doing targeting our country and I think that what they're doing to undermine our national security and what they're doing to steal our intellectual property and what they're doing to build up their military and rattle throughout. Specific. I think it's patently evil deserving of condemnation, and I think that what they did to hide the reality of this virus is equally deserving of condemnation, and there's hardly any getting around that that in fact happened. The comments of Congressman Chip Roy of Texas that today's House Judiciary Committee hearing Democrats on that committee quick to criticize the Republican lawmaker, representative Grace Manning of New York, who was of Taiwanese descent, calling out her calling for his words and his support of former President Donald Trump in the last year. The former president has repeatedly described coronavirus as quote the Chinese virus or kung flew. Critics claim it has helped foster an environment in which there are hate crimes against Asian Americans.
Atlanta spa shootings: Suspect charged with murder after eight people killed
"In the deadly shooting spree of three massage parlors in Atlanta, Georgia, has been charged with eight counts of murder correspondent Jessica Rosenthal. Authorities have charged 21 year old Robert Long with four counts of murder in Atlanta and another four counts of murder in Cherokee County, Georgia. 911 calls about the shooting have been released. Where's the person who was robbing the spot? Where is he right now? I don't know. I'm hired you. I know. Okay. Eight people were killed in three day spas Tuesday. Most of them were women and most of them Asian. Authorities say long told them it was not racially motivated that he said he had a sex addiction and targeted these businesses because he said they were temptations to him. He said he was planning to target the porn industry in Florida with additional shootings before he was arrested.
8 Dead in Atlanta Spa Shootings, With Fears of Anti-Asian Bias
"Night, Eight people, including six Asian women, were murdered at three different massage parlors in Atlanta, Georgia. Police have arrested one man for the shootings. His motive is still unknown. But the attack comes amid a wave of violence against Asian Americans in the U. S. It also comes as thousands in the UK protest violence against women and international watchdogs warn anti woman abuse has remained at the same High level for decades. Demonstrators say they're sick of being told to protect themselves.
At least 8 killed in shootings at 3 Atlanta-area spas, suspect in custody
"At Asian spas and Atlanta, Georgia, leaving eight people dead. Police are saying the potential of a hate crime investigation is real, the latest this morning in a special report from ABC News Asians apparently targeted in a serious of shootings at a massage parlor and two spas in the Atlanta area. That left eight people dead. Six of them Asian women supervisors to get with the beat officers there. Any agent Spaz? I think we have a couple of Northside Drive. We need to get out of second quickly. Atlanta police Communications captured my broadcast. If I Andrew Weiss lives near one of the murder scenes, someone out of their mind and Obviously not in a right state of mind and definitely no heart. I mean, I don't know how you got in there. What kind of motive would drive you to do? Such a thing? Three hours away in southern Georgia's crisp county 21 year old Robert Aaron Long was taken into custody. The nation has
8 dead following shootings at spas in Atlanta
"Of shootings in and around Atlanta, Georgia, authorities say two shootings occurred at spas in Northeast Atlanta, leaving four people dead. Those follow an earlier shooting this afternoon at a massage parlor in Cherokee County, northwest of Atlanta Authority. They're working to determine if these shootings are related. Marco Malard ABC NEWS At least one suspect is in custody. President Biden says New York Governor
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Francis in Atlanta Georgia hi there Francis hi Kim how are you well my god I love you I love you too so my gosh I'm so excited to see him we have a situation where a mother who's in a nursing facility Kay and I you know a lot of times I cannot always get there to see her and I wanted to put a camera in the world except for I don't know exactly how to do it without them detecting something that I'm doing something now are you are you worried that label to hello so I understand which one are you worried that something might be going on when you're not there or you just have a feeling or you want to just a sanity check well I have a little more sanity check and to check and see okay whether or not they are doing anything because I get that you know what I would I would you know and you put your mom what she said she did she have a stroke yes you did okay thank you cannot speak all right so we need to protect our Mamas because that's what we do right well that's just it I would do the same thing K. depending upon the facility once you really look at the rules sometimes they allow them sometimes they don't okay I now there are two ways to approach this Francis it'll tell you my preferred route okay okay you can put something in there anything from an outlet it looks like an outlet with a pin hole camera okay you could you know of course there are too many big cameras and they they run off of cellular so that this way you can see what's going on I mean you know there are the technology exists my preference is to actually tell them I'm putting a camera here because people act differently when they know they're being recorded okay if that's if I didn't suspect a thing there was a time last year when my mother was very sick and you know she normally lives with me and I have care givers come to the house but there was like a week where it was just it was beyond care giver stuff so I had to put her in a facility which broke my heart but I put it can I put a nest camera right there and I went to the to the desk I said I put the camera in this is just the way it is okay and they balked and I said if I can't have a camera here and I'm gonna find someplace else they don't want to lose the money trust me okay so what I'd like you to do is to get yourself a nest camera they're easy to set up easy to use motion detection you can actually talk to your mother she could hear you I know she can't speak but you can hear you you can say Hey mom Francis and I love you okay and I'll see you tomorrow and you can have that conversation with her and you could see here that's the most important thing see if you could put a camera in with their permission and if you cant let's talk again okay yes can we just go by Nestucca simplest one camera back how Google is banning six hundred apps crazy number from the apps store here on the computer show.
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You I am from Atlanta Georgia fun welcome to Nashville and all the way up here to do a debt free screen yes Sir look at you how much of it paid off I paid off fifty seven thousand dollars love it how long did this to John with this in Rochester New York Hey guys how are you great how are you better than I deserve well better than I deserve a cinema screen your debt free congradulations thank you how much should be paid off one hundred and two thousand seven hundred and thirty dollars love it how long did this take thirty seven months a right and your range of income during that time we started out at ninety four thousand in currently is anticipated a hundred and twenty thousand dollars okay very good very good cool very cool so what kind of debt is a hundred and three thousand it is three thousand dollars was actually my credit card in the rest of that were combined school loans student loans what are your degrees in I am a nurse practitioner so I have a master's degree in nursing and I have bachelors in business administration okay very good how long you guys been married three and a half years okay so you got married and started this is sounds like exactly so what prompted you to do this because most people get married just go further into debt well it's actually a funny story day because my parents put me in a ex fiance through your previous thirteen week after you all corn and I feel that class in their relationship ended as well but not before getting a house together with that person I mean you wrecked the car bad real bad no tell me you're out of the deal yeah that that's been out now for quite some time thank god for real for real so rest of the audience listening do not buy a house with someone you are not married to and then Jonathan yells a man I cringe every time you talk about that David I'm glad you speak about it my gosh so the engagement ended you flunked financial peace you bought a house with her and then what happened then I got out of there and and the meeting Jessica to a church group and she already handled the money very well and she didn't have a credit card and we got on the same page before we are married she was already chunk off her school loan she had to her our end agreed are at nursing at the time and we combine everything after we got married just like you say very good okay so did you out tell her about your former a clash financial peace university that you flunked out of she knew all about that well there were you able to go back and pull books out use some of it to get out of that actually I was when I reread total money makeover before we got married because I realized I had messed up and was up fired up to get on the right path perfectly you guys are very successful congradulations very proud of you when you tell people the key to getting out of that is hello I would say kind of for going luxuries and different experiences now in exchange for relief of being debt free in the long run and kind of setting up motivate no points for yourself what you think your future might look like if you're able to get out of that for us early serve myself I've always wanted to be able to send a few months in Spain every year once I retire so I kind of just kept thinking about that eventually will be able to do that if we get out of that now very cool what do you tell people Jonathan the key to getting out of that well besides I was marrying up the every dollar happened budgeting has been huge I tried other budget actually they didn't work thousand you being on the same page is huge for me personally I have a real struggle with contentment when you're getting out of that and just being able to look at and see that there's much bigger things and you can even imagine what you tell your money away to go live like no one else so later you can live like no one else that's the only reason I do it now and give like no one else so they're flashing a picture of one of your credit cards up on the YouTube channel periodically it has a black Colin it appears firearms were used on this particular card but if you're active it was some buckshot from a shack on a nine millimeter bullet Jeff can I shot at that any set of cutting up because we want to mix it up a little bit and were able to take a back up and we kept that I'm afraid to follow or get mad at that okay recognize the nine millimeter hole I didn't know what was the other was buckshot but I see it now okay yeah all violence is in order and good very good you guys will very cool who are your biggest cheerleaders I would say both of our hearing were really helpful and were the most excited for us when we got out of that yeah cool good good well that helps to have people in your corner that love you and are older and wiser and saying do this now we should have done it when I was your age and all that kind of stuff right they're very very good or very proud of you congradulations we've got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you retire inspired number one best seller that will help you to close this chapter on debt and open chapter two which is where you become an everyday millionaire and you become Marlay outrageously generous along the way yeah you're on your way you guys are going to great very very good the only thing I just want to add real quick and those other pictures beside my beautiful wife and trial but we cash flow his birth order to motorcycle that I sold throughout the founded that year any just realizing they you know they wanna ride move much but that's I got those pictures out there for that one colds they're looking bike that's not a lot of time a lot after building it up to what it was yeah looks like a cool bike it's got a lot of character very cool yeah that that probably probably shed a tear when that one rolled out did you yeah that should slow motion eating to delta eighty well good job you guys very good job Jonathan and Jessica Rochester New York all hundred and three thousand paid off great story that in thirty seven mods make it ninety four to one twenty zero debt free screw three two one.
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Is in Atlanta Georgia Michael gonna Larry to show anything happen with Jeffrey upstate I have a couple ideas first off I will definitely think it was probably like a like kind of like a hit and and and nowadays you can't really you can't tell you're not going to know the facts not gonna know the whole truth that's just that's one of the main things that messed up about our political system nowadays is that you're never going to know the whole truth no one can ever give you the whole truth and Hey if this crazy I this man is that he was he was he's being charged for these these under age girls having sex with them and they just had this happened last year the beginning of this year I can't really remember about the back page getting set down in Craig's list taking their ads off the site for the people that were trafficking at that track sex trafficking women and they just act like this is a this is just okay do you have the if you have you have Caucasian males and just to face the fact I'm I'm mixed with thirteen different reasons I don't know my parents house adopted I don't know are really come from cyber very good brought you know spectrum on a lot of things I don't get sucked in on one idea but I think it's very it's very funny how this man he's been charged with all these crimes and it just suddenly he's on views on suicide watch right and they just they put them off to the side watching and all that he killed himself but that the fishy it sure is this she and I'll tell you that just struck two thousand documents were unsealed in which this woman allege that if dean and his associate day a sometimes girlfriend S. as chief known that the two of them kept her as a sex slave when she was under age and that she allegedly was forced to have sex with powerful men including the main former Maine senator George Mitchell former New York governor bill Richardson prince Andrew and the speculation is there a lot of powerful people who'd love to make sure their names state of the newspapers in the state of the newspapers in connection with that Michael thank you very much for the call I really do appreciate it triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three Joe Biden is still repeating the lie that president trump said they were good people on both sides not gonna play you the full clip what he was talking about the debate about whether or not a Republican statue in this case Robert E. Lee should be in the public square that what he was talking about and.
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"I use this all the time I mean regards to for doing our show or or whatever I'm on the site cons yeah I like that but because you can you can you can go you don't have to look at a national do you realize that you could look if you just if I just did that Costco is where I have to go for gas with the lines are too long right like that welcome I want if you're if you're watching us in Atlanta Georgia yeah you can type in what has landed a Lana angle in it'll drill down and tell you what your team because when she was cast a country all right now South Carolina basically anywhere in the south Alabama South Carolina some of the prices still to forties ten to fifteen gallons of the cheapest price kind of a sad state of affairs back in winter we got all the way down box sixty seven or so a gallon sixty seven in this country people could just a couple months ago yeah where did you buy gas with here were it settled I think asking our desk I think we're the cheapest country well I mean you talk about Venezuela those are countries yeah yeah yeah they're not they're not fascinating and forcing the people work what's you what's that country I think it's I think we are that you're going to Canada and and gas is like you know six seven Bucks a gallon yeah our neighbor to the south sells gas that's yeah that's true but it's not but I guess not really yeah same thing so give me input your crystal ball on forest would you prefer let's get out here today and tell us what what do you think this is going to happen where he is going to go for the next twelve months eighteen months because you know we we obviously got a scare in California because the thing called the summer of one that you alluded to some of the same time gas prices can't stay low forever it is at some point is gonna get ridiculous right yeah exactly about where we go from here well I think we're close to sing a plateau for the summer months we'll see prices gently decline into the summer but look for summer prices to continue to be around three dollars a gallon bad news it's not terrible I don't think we'll get back to those record levels at least for the next couple years not partially thanks to the old home but you know there's a lot of destabilization going on but as well Iran so that really could throw a towel into the ring and and and make the water a little bit.
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Actors in Atlanta Georgia welcome to the show better than I deserve my what's up I just want to say really quick I'm really grateful for what you do for everybody I mean is there a blessing I'm finding you okay so and station and one Robinson military and I'm out there doing financial please on my wife we see I I for the benefits of it and my my wife and myself got of James is about I mean it's been amazing so I definitely want to too bad going I want to tell other people what you know what what this is all about and I've always talking about you by the way everywhere I go thank you plus I think I'm crazy but I try to go to my unit to pay for the financial peace university and your seven months later they still haven't done it and I'm trying to think about paying for it myself and I guess what would you do check with the chaplain see we we took to the education first to have a military addition that is that is taught by the start all over the world in the military in some different branches have money set aside for those kinds of things and some of it runs to the chapel and see some of it you can get the you know the base commander to approve it those kinds of things but were were approved by all the different branches but then you get caught up in the military red tape is to like you say whether you can actually end up getting the money or not so I would talk to your chap your body shop on and see what they are doing and I'll talk to commander and see if you can't get some some movement there but we do have the military version get tough with our military guys here at the office and they can help you walk through that process much you know the last thing I mean it it it it's an option but it's way down on the list that you pay for it for everybody else on you know it might be you to start the class and just invite guys to come and they pay for it you know or or maybe you agree to pick up part of it just because you care about it or something like that you can do that but I I I would yeah I would recommend the that you're spending your money to send everybody else through would be one of my last choices I would try almost everything else before I did that I appreciate your heart Hector if you hold on actually I have Kelly pick up in which will make sure you get connected to our military team here that works with military all over the world Erin is with us in Columbia South Carolina hi Erin how are you hi Dave great I'm a little bit nervous I might be the first patient you've lost I doubt it was my wife and I are in baby steps one and we have two vehicles the first one we just paid off this past week due to the normal long term planning out and it also happens to be the same month when it's time to renew our car insurance and so I'm wondering this call is paid off and has a very low but you home has a very low value of one of the Kelley blue book and the global deluge about eighteen hundred and I think due to physical damage is worth even less the weight difference between including comprehensive in collision on my vehicle and not it's about five hundred dollars a six month period really and for an eighteen hundred dollar car between two different insurance companies and the like used to work for PNC agent and okay they quoted really high because the recruiting all these extras like medical payments and comprehensive in collision and five hundred dollars between the two companies of the different and I just don't see the need for the comprehensive in collision on my jeep no you don't not a five hundred boxes that's really was out with a with a five hundred dollar deductible yes bows in boxes you know the first thousand Bucks is gone out of your pocket one way or another right out of the eighteen hundred so now that I think it are you sure the collision the only the collision only is five hundred dollars difference no no no it's that's that's only part of the premium but with all of that together and and a five thousand dollar medical and we'll try to shift the premium I'm able to get the difference of five hundred but that was a big part of it yeah so I mean yeah eighteen hundred dollar car you don't do roadside assistance on eighteen on Aug or you don't do all this other stuff but you do need liability on it and you may want to allow the collision you need to price out the collision completely separate how well they will give it to me the one I quoted it would give him a tough conference let's all have to do it separate the.
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Pest control best, Rick and Bubba show. I'm Greg, I will be your host today. And I will host tomorrow. Helmsey were close it out Friday, then Monday, June twenty-fourth, we'll all be back live in the studio. The whole gang will beat here guys won't vacation right now summer at the beach summer late. We're I'll take a little time. We're gonna go down memory lane. This was not really not too far long ago. Rick had a problem on his trip with air conditioning. Check it out on the best. Anytime, if you live where we live, and you think to yourself, I've got to get to Atlanta, Georgia. It is never a pleasant feeling because you, you don't know what's going to happen on bro construction on the way you don't know what's going to happen when you get there, and I have to admit, there was just wonderful, wonderful feeling they came across me when I realized that, where I was actually going, I would leave before I ever got to Atlanta and head out into the country into this extremely beautiful place. But Greg did go back and start, you know, this is we talked about, you know, how life changes and I, I'm saying, somebody's missing a reality show. Oh, call Bill and canal. Yeah. That's my mom and dad's name, they are really missing an opportunity here at this stage their life because, you know, they're always on the move to go. See, you know, grandkids somewhere do this and they're, they're just they're funny is a couple. They've been married for, you know, fifty fifty three years. But anyway, so Greg, Greg, Greg Bubba bub-bubba speedy speedy speedy. So that so here here was the thing. Now, first of all, you know, we also when your parents begin to age everything's planned around what their doctors. Yeah. Oh, yeah, there's one all the time, and then when you start throwing wishes when you start taking time zones eastern central time zone around, and so that was you trying to get a visual in your mind that don't live in the part of the world, we live in where we're Bubba grew up or Greg grew up where I grew up was really almost exactly halfway between the city of Birmingham, Alabama and the city of Atlanta, Georgia. So, so we that. It becomes a place. As a matter of fact, I joked, the part where Greg, and I grew up is right next to interstate I twenty east and west interstate, and we made a joke, which is a lot of truth to it that our city was was built on human waste because this whereby stops and goes to the bathroom, if they're traveling to either place, and even put the plan. And it's a booming. Little little community, because of them utilizing that interstate for business. Well, it is. I mean you talking about a financial boon as well. So my, my parents, you know, anytime you're going to meet them now where do they always wanna make the exchange exchange, and that's, that's where all the new places have been built out there way from? So anyway, that's right on the way to Atlanta. So mom had a doctor's appointment. And I felt felt really bad because we were supposed to go to Atlanta and we did to see my oldest son and a presentation of Titanic, which I'll talk about that in a it was unbelievable. And so we were trying to to go and it was really really hot. Okay. So mom, says, well, my point is this time that I'm supposed to see the doctor after they do the test on me. And then I'm supposed to see the doctor, which is the, the doctor that we're Kintu, okay. The, you know, and you'll God love him. You know, we always, you know, we need to when you talk to Jason and so anyway, my mom said, well, what time do we need to be leaving? And of course, you know, being the, the guy in charge of the trip, I said, well, we got to be we gotta be on the road. We can't be on the road any lighter than three PM central time. We can't. And so are we're not gonna make. Yeah. And so, so mom, first of all, says, well, I don't know what these doctors they leave you out there in the waiting room. And I said, well, well, we got a course at two thirty. I get the tax from her. I'm out. I'm leaving. Wow. I never going to see the doctor and I'm going, and I said, okay, we'll so grandkids. Course. Outweigh any doctor's appointment. You know. Yeah. Yeah. I don't want to run y'all late. So I'm we're going so, so now I'm traveling to meet them at the halfway point. And then we're going to leave our car we have three with us. They have to their car, you can get more people in and we're going to shift from our car into their car, and I will drop, you know, 'cause we're going you see how that's gonna work so we arrive, and they're eight and some lunch they grant from somewhere late launch early dinner because we, we didn't really factor in how we're going to dinner because the show starting and all that everybody's on their own on that, and then, then we're going to spend the night there on location, and I'll explain that in a minute, and then get the next day and spend some time with our son and their grandson, and, you know, have lunch together and all that. And then we'll even go on now. It's blazing hot. Okay. Charity now yeah. Now, my dad is, you know, is, is, you know, he was CD before you buy anything about everything must be done a certain way. Is we talked about all ready. They'll throw that Rick Nash nothing wrong with it. So when we get there, there's a Rottweiler and there's the other way when we're going to shift in the in the parking lot into the car. And you know how sometimes you're the person who has the facts and nobody's listening to you. Okay. And it just gets away from you, like, hey guys, but anyway, so we go to shift in and dad. I said, I'm you know, it's gotta go the bathroom and all that. I said, this is the bathroom stop and so bad most to go, but mom is still in the car, and Sherry is gone to the restroom, and come back, they're going to get in the car, and wait on me. And, and our other son and dad to go the restroom, and an so dad, of course because everything's gonna be now certain why he goes to turn the car off. I don't leave keys in here. Now I said that mom, and share your staying in the car and you need air conditioned, when you donate leave car running, and I said that, but they, but they need to air. Okay. Now, remember that, keep that in mind as we move on, so we go the restroom, and we come back, and it is it is pandemonium at the car the staff's being pulled out of their car back into my car people talking about how wing squeezed three of us in the back seat. And I said, what's going on? Well, they're conditions broke and I said, mom was air conditioning giving any problem. Now there's nothing wrong with it was running just fine shares. I we ride we get what does that to get my head gay folks folks, hang on a minute? And everybody's coming out said, I don't think the cars cranked. White, man. What's wrong with air? Could not tell you what if I said, guys, I don't think anything they're condition. There won't run if the keys just turned on in the fans blowing scars not crying required grants. Now I'll share every thereby back, but the back back in the car do not over this car is not cranked. You're like that ring. And I get an Craig and I said, you feel if you haven't well, I guess there's not released feel is called now. Yes. Compressor doesn't all you less the running. So you know what happened? Cut it off as as he got out. I said, well, we've been sitting there, we're burning up. I mean there's air blowing out, I know heirs bone out because it a blow out of the keys turned on with. Well, this, this is not cold air. Glenn. I n is own compressors. Two..
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Let's go to line three. Tom in Atlanta, Georgia. Welcome to mecca. I. Professor, jay. How are you? Before professor g I like that. Welcome. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, Tom. My pleasure to speak with you, sir. Couple of things. What you was saying he was saying that the, the. Democrats in the left on avenue to offer what they do. They just don't wanna tell us about it. They don't wanna be honest about it, because they're okay, what is tennis, Tom? What is the secret thing? They want to offer us. They want to on for us. Control of from today. Hang on. Hang on. You mean vague control your life? Yes. I want to be in charge, now the last I checked, whether it was Democrats Republicans left-handed able, right handed PayPal. The Catholic church or any other church. There's some good people and there's some bad people. And you know it's not an exact proportional saying, we got good, guys and bad guys. And then the rest of us. Would we want to turn? Over to people who are control freaks. You almost went there Sebastian, you almost went there earlier, when you said they were they were evil faxing evil. I know we've realized they're crazy. So I would like to offer the time crazy devils and the case of occasional cortex. Look, I think this. I think you listen to the Andrew claybin put cost. Where did you get the phrase, occasional cortex, Tom? That's my friend and Cleveland. Okay. Well, somebody offered that to me. Okay. Let's let's, let's be clear here, Tom. Thank you for calling that. Don't us completely Bank statements on everything. The fact is us. I chose my woods Kathleen, they practicing evil and I mean it but the not all evil. Okay. You're right. The you know there. They're all good and bad in, in every community. What we have in the democrat party is a hive mentality. And the vast majority of these people are in fact, what Stalin called useful idiots, you. What's the film's going YouTube, and watch my body? Flecha. Stalks. L. E C S flick is talks goes among them with a video camera. He goes to the crazy, you know, women's March the antifa protests and he asks them questions. And as soon as he gets past. Hey hello. Why you here in wise, Donald Trump fascist as soon as it gets positive question. Number two. They have nothing. It doesn't matter what you ask them. Whether it's global warming climate change the boarder national security, the economy, the functioning at a level of sound, bites and talking points that are about two nanometers, thin and beyond that they have nothing. They've been indoctrinated ask them, what is supply and demand. How should I think be priced? What is the definition of socialism? What is the role of the state in the modern nation state? These are all things leave them stymied. Why? Because they have been indoctrinated, but do they very shallow indoctrination, which is good news for us. But it means things like America first calls like yours all the more important. This is Sebastian Gorka, fullness strategies to the president here on the Salem radio network. The numbers eight two three three three three. Gorkha G, O, K, eight, three three three three four six seven five. Thank you, Tom. Now can I ask? You all my friends listeners out there if you'll feeling a little bit under the weather little bit rundown. You don't have the energy that you used to, you know why it might be because you left that stalk of broccoli. DIY projects can be fun in fulfilling but trying to get out of debt may sometimes be best left to the experts. Hi, I'm grant Eckerd and then debt relief. We do the heavy lifting. We don't believe in the guessing games or trial and error that comes with DIY..
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Ziprecruiter is the smartest way to hire. And that's no joke. Ron Atlanta, Georgia on the Mark Levin app. How are you, sir? Denali it's a honor to speak to you. Thank you. Go for it. You and we're all grateful for you. I just want to say I had the great honor. Driving? Night into the game last night and hold on a limo driver. The Super Bowl. How you like that? Go ahead. It's it's supersedes the job when you get an assignment like this land. I were greatly honored. She was the sweetest most angelic woman that you could possibly meet and cursing, and she was just in awe for motorcycles. That led us in as they blocked traffic through the whole city across interstate and got us into the game. I was going in and said we'd all be watching. And when she came out, I I held their hand. And I said that she. Blessing on the nation and what an honor. Occurred to this. And she looked at me. And so that just moved so much to me. Thank you. It was very touching very touching the national anthem. She is iconic Gladys Knight and the pips remember them. And you know, they tried to talk out of it. Don, lemon tried to talk her down and talk it out her out of it on CNN, and she was under all this pressure. And she said, no, no, I'm gonna do this. Thank you, Ron. I appreciate it. And I don't warmly do what I'm gonna do an this'll be the last time. But this is what Ron is talking about. And for those of you who didn't hear it. It's worth listening. Those of you who did one more time. Go ahead. So. Lee who. Thanks me. I feel I have to be Radio Free America. If I'm not Radio Free America who's going to be if we don't promote Americans. And a great feeling for patriotism. Who's going to do it? You'll find it on television. You're gonna find it on the internet. And unfortunately, most of my colleagues are so busy caught in the muck of the left. And I understand it because you got to push back. That we don't talk enough. We don't talk enough about the magnificent this country. All we hear. Is about racism injustice, unfairness, inequality. I am telling you. That this is a slander on our nation. The vast majority of people who speak this way, do not contribute to this society. And I'm including the media. And have not contributed to the society. They think this is a game. When you're on more from our constitutional system. This is what you're left with the founders called factions F A C T I O N S, which they feared. Faction's nation breaks down into factions. That's why they thought they build a governmental system with diffused power with checks and balances added a Bill of rights to ensure individuals are protected from the central government insured under the tenth amendment that the states would retain their authority insured. They thought under the ninth amendment that the principles under the declaration of independence will be. With the embraced forevermore. But they.
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"And we are back now on the reliable sources podcast previewing one of the year's biggest media events super bowl coming up this sunday in atlanta georgia i won't be there since eagles are not in contention i decided not to go but i'm still looking forward to watching the game i'm back here with john richard i chen sara dirty actually guys actually scheduled i'm on a flight on sunday i scheduled it to make sure i'm home in time for the soup bowl like we're talking about community earlier that's the point is that people do they wanna be a part of this event every year and johnson's here there tell us a little bit more about what it's like to be in atlanta for the game this year roger goodell the commissioner had his big annual press conference for the super bowl was there any anything particularly newsworthy out of that the thing that i've found to be always every year debbie newsworthy at his is press conference is what kind of questions are asked and you didn't hear one question on concussions you didn't hear one question about domestic abuse or domestic violence i think i think colin kaepernick's name got uttered maybe twice and those happen to be commissioner goodell shortest dancers of of the of the press conference you had a lot of questions on officiating and the the saints rams game that ended on a on a blown call and and if i'm if i'm the n._f._l. you know whether or not roger goodell's a good public speaker or not is beside the point i think the tenor of the questions which really just deal with play on the field as opposed to all these other issues out of the national anthem didn't come up once not once during the whole press conference and that was the only question that was asked maybe last year or the year before the teams so they really like the story lines that are coming out of this season and they were they were reflected in that press conference you're saying they'd rather be talking about a blown call then about concussions or other issues right because we're talking about a game right and then you have the passion of the fans talking about the actual game there rather than you know boy it's really hard to watch these these men play knowing that you know in forty years you know they're going to have c. t. or they're going to have some some other problems associated with it yeah it's blown calls are okay you know bad coaching decisions are okay but the things that could really damage the the league are you know the the domestic violence and a lot of those other issues where the issues about the national anthem and colin kaepernick have come out are in the conversation about the halftime show in about who's going to perform at the halftime show there are questions about why in atlanta we are seeing ruined five and not you know performers who are born and raised in atlanta sarah any thoughts on that controversy community it's been interesting to watch how much of the dialogue at took up last year compared to this year it really has fizzled and died down i know cardi be at one point was in hot water over the halftime show whether or not she would perform but of course she's appearing in an ad for pepsi so it's interesting to see how artists have sort of shied away from performed during the halftime but are okay you know participating in an ad that's going to appear in the game it's an interesting dynamic it's a little bit like the oscars and the issues around the host of the oscars you would think everybody wants to be performing at halftime in the super bowl in front of one hundred million people richard who ultimately decides these issues about the halftime show who performs is it is it a -partment within the n._f._l. well the league i think in conjunction with the production company that does have time obviously comes to a decision on the artists that they want and the n._f._l. is you know ryan at the end of the day very very conservative body and they're going to choose an artist who they think is gonna be phrased as i bring in the most amount of people in terms of.
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Welcome. It is Super Bowl week officially SuperBowl. Fifty three Atlanta Georgia because the shutdown was resolved. I no longer have to drive down to Atlanta, which I absolutely positively wasn't tending to do from New York City. Yes. I was going to. Drive down to Atlanta. If the shutdown not been resolved, everybody could call me, whatever they wanna call me as you. Call myself a punk simply meaning that I was seared. That's all it meant. I will tell you this. I'm not showing with no air traffic controllers out there. I'll tell you that much right now air traffic controllers called out of work. He wasn't getting into air. I tell you that right now. But having said all of that that's been resolved at least for the next three weeks. And as a result, you see a lot of folks traveling into Lanta where Super Bowl fifty three will take place with the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. We got a lot of stuff to get into a little bit later on the show progresses. Tom Brady is announced. He will not retired is definitely will not be his last game. Which obviously is something that I wanted considering the fact that he had been talk of years about trying to play until he was forty five years of age. We've got Patrick Chung for the patriots calling out the Los Angeles Rams and Brandin cooks responding in in articulate fashion. I might add. 'cause I don't know what the hell he was saying. But nevertheless. Is what it is. We'll definitely get into that a little bit later on in the show. But I think the order for the day is the start the show with the NBA because Anthony Davis the superstar of the New Orleans pelicans clearly wanted the top three or four players on the planet has announced through his agent Rich Paul for clutch sports that indeed he intends. He has no intentions rather of re-signing with an Orleans pelicans his contract runs not just do this season. But through next season, and he's free and eligible for free agency in the summer of what is it twenty twenty. And so because of that, you know, it's one of those situations where everybody's looking in this hand. Well, what are the pelicans going to do? Let me I break this down the New Orleans. Pelicans has the right to Anthony Davis. He does not have his own rights. They own his right until after next season. So understand the right here in that right now, ladies and gentlemen, just because a whole bunch of people wanna get their hands on. Anthony Davis does not mean for the immediate future. Does not mean that. Though, New Orleans pelicans in a position where they have to capitulate they do not. They absolutely positively do not the reality of the situation is you can look at it any way you want to their how to capitulate their mentality is look we ain't gonna just give them away. We just give them away and Rich Paul I can tell you. Rich Paul has been starving for Anthony Davis to give him the permission to announce to the world that he had no intention of resigning for quite a while age emotional Rousey are very award tweeted earlier today age Rich, Paul is notified the New Orleans pelicans that all NBA Ford. Anthony Davis has no intentions of signing a contract extension if present and that he has requested a trade Paul tote ESPN on Monday Rich, Paul to ESPN on a preferred destination for Anthony Davis, quote, Anthony wants to be traded to a team that allows them the chance to win consistently at compete for champ. Ship, and I guess that rules the Knicks out. Just that's that. Now, I say that because in all honesty, and fairness I very own Brian winters doesn't exceptional job covering the NBA. By the way, said that the New York Knicks had a chance. Hell, no. They don't. I don't believe it. I don't believe it..
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Of first Presbyterian church of Atlanta, Georgia where he has served for the past four years and native Philadelphian Tony earlier served churches in Allentown in West, Chester, Pennsylvania. Graduate of eastern university earned his master of divinity degree from Princeton, theological seminary and the doctor of ministry degree from biblical theological seminary. Teddy. Welcome today. One. Thank you very much. Peter first Presbyterian church is a prominent and thriving church in midtown Atlanta across the street from the high museum of art. And it truly has a heart for the city. What are some of the ways the church serves the community around it? The church has had a historic commitment to the poor and vulnerable citizens of our of our city and our serve biggest point of entry is our community breakfast on Sunday mornings at happens every Sunday morning. It's been going on for thirty years. Even with the occasional snowstorm or the holiday, and we continue to have it. And we got about two hundred to three hundred people for that breakfasts. And as I said, it's a point of entry where it's a safe place. They can get a meal, but also begin to meet some of our volunteers some of our staff who are social workers are pastors begin to build relationships. So that they feel safe and they feel like they can trust us. And then during the week we are open every day during the week where we provide some sort of immediate service needs like a men's clothing 'cause it showers we do laundry for folks who are living on the street. We also do foot washing ministry, we have food pantry. In addition to all of that, we have social workers and volunteers mentoring ministry that help empower people were big believers in not just giving handouts but giving hand ups, and then people can move to self sufficiency. In addition to that, we have a transition center on our campus that houses. Twelve women at a time. A dedicated social worker that works with them. And they can be there and live rent free for six to twelve months. And then the ideas that they can save some money, they're working, and then we can help launch them into the world again into self sufficiency. First Presbyterian recently, created what the media called a shark tank for social Justice projects, it's called a piffling. And you'll talk about it more in your sermon. But what's the purpose of that effort? Yes. So piffle is really leaning into some of the intuition that folks from both the church outside the church have had regarding social good and meeting social challenges. So thinking about these challenges in entrepreneurial ways and in economic empowering ways. And so we've learned from places like fissile farms in Nashville, Tennessee with Becca Stevens on the great work that she's doing those models of social enterprise where you're creating opportunities for economic empowerment. While the same time providing a strength or providing a solution to some sort of systemic problem. We realized that we had resources within our own church, both human and financial that we could think about doing something like that in the city of Atlanta. And maybe even in the world. So we originally thought, hey, we're going to launch her own social venture. We're going to do this and through a series of relationships we came to to a point where we wanted to not be ones who launched our own venture. But how could we come alongside? How could we quip? How can we empower social entrepreneurs to have their big ideas and their ventures come to life? And so that's really the Genesis of the project, and it's really galvanize our church in powerful ways. You also started an interesting series called THEO Ed, tell us about that we have a physician who's a scholar in residence. His name is Ryan Bonfilio he's academically trained, but has a heart for the church and for the world and one of his big passions is locating theological formation and education back into the local congregation before there were such things as seminaries people. Learn. Theology and were formed theologically in the life of the mind. But also in in practical theology in the church itself. And so he had his idea of how do we bring theological formation into the life of the congregation and motivated, and inspired frankly by the Ted talk series? He wanted to create for the church what Ted has created for the larger society, then focusing on theological concepts bringing in people writers speakers professors practitioners who come to our campus and give the twenty minute talk of their life. We've run to interruptions of this. We have to planned in two thousand nineteen so that I'll have about six to eight speakers and were excited that Jim Wallace. Diana, Butler, Basser are part of the speaking lineup into the future. And you can also find more about this and see the curated videos of these talks said DOS dot com. Excellent. You're also doing some work with organizations that are on the front lines of church innovation one of which is next church. What sorts of insights? And ideas are arising from that were. So next church is a really started as an organic movement within the Presbyterian church USA and to be as accurate as possible. It was a lot of under forty passers forty year passers who were just thinking about ways in which they were grateful for the traditional church that was being left to them. But ways in which they knew they needed to innovate and needed to think about being church and doing church in different ways as so the whole concept of next church is not just about what are we going to do next? But what is God doing and so under the leadership of of our executive director? Jessica Tate, really has curated a community a national community that provides resources from blogs to a national conference and regional gatherings that are really trying to build networks and connections within the PC USA around people who are doing innovative. And exciting things by the grace of God in their locales in in their particular context. Well, Tony your sermon. This Sunday draws on Paul's first letter to the Corinthians chapter twelve would you read it force? Sure. I Corinthians twelve twenty seven to thirty one. Now, you are the body of Christ and individually members of it and God has appointed in the church. I apostles second prophets third teachers, then deeds of power, then gifts of healing forms of assistance forms of leadership various kinds of tongues. Are all apostles are all prophets are all teachers do all work miracles? Do all possess gifts of healing all speak in tongues. Do all interpret, but strive for the greater gifts, and I will show you a still more excellent way. So why is the apostle Paul telling these early Christians in Corinth about these different roles? I think what we can do. I think when we. If I could think with the twenty first mind when we see something good when something organic, emerges or something. Powerful happens like the coming of the Holy Spirit and the formation of churches in Corinth, we can institutionalize we can sort of commodified we can we can box in these movements because we want to see them replicated. We wanna see them flourish. When I see them move on in perpetuity into the future. But I think the dynamism of the spirit and the dynamism of our call is Christians within the life of the church reminds us that it's not always going to look the same. I love the way that the Presbyterian church in its book of order talks about the church being a provisional witness. And this idea that that we shouldn't institutionalize or we shouldn't try to just commodifying say this is what it has to be. Because what then happens is then we have to just. Plug people into those things fit those needs. And instead of seeing what are unique gifts in the life of the church that are underutilized or not yet, deployed. We just wanna put somebody in to keep doing what we've always done or continue to do what what what we have committed to do until Christ comes again. And I think what Paul's getting at here sort of as as a side sort of side piece of wisdom sort of comes through the back door to say just remember that not everybody fits this gift profile, and that's not a deficiency. I think that is something of a surplus. That's something of of a benefit of a blessing because we will have people that are gonna fill these particular gas. We also have people here on the margins who have gifts bring to the center of the community that need to be elevated that needs to be utilized that needs to be encouraged and deployed, well, I can't wait to hear what you have to say about this. Your sermon is entitled are all usher. Tony thanks for sharing it with us. Thanks, peter. It's great to be here. And if you'd like to listen again to today's program with an extended interview or reader share transcript of tiny center Myers sermon. Visit our website at day one dot org or for free printed sermon. Transcript.
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"Bowl shows in Atlanta, Georgia. By the way. Great buford. T Justice man, I just whole it's fantastic. And Brockman is the snowman. And I'm I'm doing my best Burt Reynolds, we're really tight. I'll just let you know that my Burt Reynolds is McDonald's, okay? Chewing gum. I don't know. Did he chew gum band? Yeah. I okay at any rate. Come hang with it. Because I by the way. You know, I I have all of my on air clothes, right? Your honor closer regular civilian clothes. Okay. I mean, I spend my hard earned money on the mall. No, you don't know you tell what do you mean? Hold on my shoe game and Super Bowl week. That's what I'm gonna say. How much do you spend? What you spend more on your shoes or everything else? That's on your body. Good one, probably my sneakers. Okay. Hi, my sneakers. So I also have to wear suits. I'm part of the hall of fame announcement at the honors ceremony again, which I'm very honored by. That's great. I've got an an an NFL game day morning Super Bowl pre-game show that kicked off five minutes ago. So I'm sorry. I have to go. I've got that got the Friday night commissioners party. Oh, okay. Got suits and regular clothes. That'll be wearing ship them. All right. It's possible. All I need depending on the weather report is a carry on back, which is as you know, with Hartsfield a monumental difference between living and being miserable. Yes. Okay. So your weather reports got a lot riding on it. Okay. The big bag ready. All right. I'm kidding. Let me get to sneak in one phone call before your news update. Chris Brockman, Jim in Pittsburgh PA. You're on the rich Eisen show. What's up, Jim? Do there. Jim. Okay. Back on hold. I don't know. I think Jim's ordering a primanti brothers mega to Utah tried. I tried because I think he was talking about the Antonio Brown's situation, which was my way of using a caller being just to let you know this. This is just not done willy nilly. Sure. I was going to be interactive with our shows listeners and viewers which I adore to promote the fact that Jeremy Fowler. Who's got the latest on what's going on is coming up. Jim in Pittsburgh. One more time there. Here. Okay. You weren't there. When I said, Hello. The first time where where are you, Jim? What are you doing? I'm I'm sorry. It's a. Tonio brown. Okay. Just like this was a walk through. And I felt like he threw a football at me. Jim will be very high. No, no, no, listen, longtime longtime listener, first-time caller boy. Thank you right back. Thanks, pal. Big big fan. Pittsburgh. Drama that's going on and stuff. I don't care if all. You know what I mean Tomlin come on? Jim Mason Rudolph handing off to James Connor and throwing juju Smith Schuster for new head coach. What do you think you like that you really really? I don't like that. Either. I just you know, the Rooney say, they don't fire. I mean, they. They stick with them. In Pittsburgh for Houston making a playoff, you know. At least six out of seven years frustrating. And I know you've been frustrated the answer is Mike Tomlin putting more of an iron fist down for players that require it despite their remarkable production on the field, and and and a shuttering of big Ben's radio show and everybody sits down and says can we all get along? Antonio you need to be on time for every meeting, and you need to be x y and z whatever else has been going on there. And if he says, no, then you ship out. Thanks for the call. Jim Jim in Pittsburgh here. Thanks for saying what you said, I'm sorry. I had a I had a job at a bolt here because I want to get to brackman's news update. Okay. I mean, that's that is the immediate just off the top of my head fix art. Rooney says to Mike Tomlin, Mike, I know that you have your way of handling things. And we've let you run things because that's the way we do here. But you have to be more of a disciplinary. Burien when it comes to Antonio Brown. I'm seeing this not knowing about will the exact everything and it's going on in the locker room. It's what I read what I hear. But Mike whatever's been going on with Antonio showing up late for meetings and doing x y and z even though he's a very hard worker. Jeremy Fowler's piece that he's the hardest worker in the building. It's just that he shows up late for meetings in east flashes electric smile. And then he runs e catches nineteen thousand yards season. Everyone's like, oh, okay. Antonio cool. Yeah. Apparently in this piece to he had his own Airbnb. Apartment. For training camp and didn't stay with the team on the campus at Latrobe, and he had his own spot and would show up being dropped off by luxury car every day and players were like either okay with it or not. I mean, all that stuff has to change Benz radio show is shuttered. And we'll see what happens. It's an air be ABC situation. Nice. Wow. I'm ready for next week. Chris.
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Allergy at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia where he continues to direct a leadership program for pastors last fall, he was a visiting professor at Yale divinity school commerce, his bachelor's degree from Erskine college. His master of divinity from Erskine feel entrepot seminary and his PHD from Princeton theological seminary, author of a couple of dozen books, including a standard seminary text on preaching. He earlier served on the faculties of Princeton, theological seminary and Columbia, theological seminary. Tom welcome today. One and happy new year. Thank you and happy new year to you, Peter. You are reportedly retired these days, but you are certainly keeping busy and you still connect with candler school of the. Algae as the director of a leadership program for pastors in the early phases of their ministry. How's how's that working in? What are you? Finding women. A marvelous experience with that. We have taken a dozen of candler best graduates from five to ten years out and given them through the generosity of the Lillian Douaumont two years of continuing education on leadership and the goal is to boost them to the next level of Civic Leadership. What sorts of responses are you getting from the pastor's? Well, what we're doing is each session which lasts three days. They have eight of them we focus on a major issue swirling in their community like healthcare criminal Justice immigration, and they're having their minds changed and more important than that. They're extending their ministries beyond the horizon of the congregation into the community. Last fall, you're a visiting professor Yale divinity school. So what did you focus on in your teaching there? I was a co teacher in the basic course in preaching at Yale. So we had the brand new newbie preachers preaching. They're very very, I I baby baby, sir. Tom we live in very divisive times with great emotion on the different sides of our society based on politics and race economic status and more let alone religion, what should preachers be doing in their pulpits in this sort of environment, and how can preaching help us get through this. Well, my old mentor Edmonds timely who preached for many years on the predecessor of day one the Protestant. Our used to say that every Sunday a preacher has to decide whether to preach comfort. Ye comfort e my people or whoa to you who are at ease in Zion. And I think for the most part we're in a comfort Ye comfort I think people are torn apart by the political divisiveness of our nation are in despair about our institutions and the damage that has been done to them and their inability to function. Well, and we need to know that God has not abandoned that we are still in. In the hands of God that comfort Ye couple years. The main message this should be preached. Well, this is not only the first Sunday of twenty nineteen. It's also a piffling Sunday in the church calendar. What does that mean? Well, it piffle actually means manifestation or or appearance, and it's generally connected in the election area with the with the passage on which my sermon is today. And that is the wise men seeing a star appear in the east and following that star to the real appearance is at the heart of that passage the appearance of the newborn king Jesus. Your sermon is based on the gospel lesson from Matthew chapter to with this story. Would you read it for us? I will the Ospel Matthew chapter two in the time of king Herod after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea wise men from the east came to Jerusalem. Asking where is the child who has been born king of the Jews? But we have observed his star at its rising and have come to pay him Amish. When king Herod heard this. He was frightened and all Jerusalem with him and calling together all the chief priests and scribes of the people he inquired of them where the messiah was to be born they told him in Bethlehem of Judea for. So it has been written by the prophet. And you Bethlehem in the land of Judah are by no, means least among the rulers of Judah for from you shall come a ruler who is to shepherd, my people Israel. Then Herod secretly called for the wise men and learn from them the exact time when the star had appeared, then he sent them to Bethlehem saying go and search diligently for the child, and when you have found him bring me word so that I may also go and pay him Amish when they had heard the king they set out, and they are ahead of them went the star that they had seen at its rising until it stopped over the place where the child was when they saw that the star had stopped. They were overwhelmed with joy on entering the house. They saw the child with Mary his mother, and they knelt down and paid him a message then opening their treasure chests. They offered him gifts of gold frankencense and myrrh and having been warned in a dream not to return to Herod they left for their own country by another road. Tom. We look forward to hearing your sermon about all this. It's entitled the wrong town at the wrong time. Thank you for sharing it with us. Thank you, Peter. And if you'd like to listen again to today's program with an extended interview or read or share a transcript of Tom long sermon. Visit our website at day one dot org. We're for free printed sermon transcript, call us toll free at one eight eight eight four one one d a y one. Last fall in Washington. There was a very contentious Senate hearing over appointing a new Justice to the supreme court at one point in the hearing one of the senators on the committee lost his temper lost his cool and melted down in rage shaking his finger at the senators from the opposing party, he shouted that. They were acting disgracefully and conducting a sham process, and then he turned to the man being examined the man who was nominated to the supreme court and said to him. You're looking for a fair process. Will you came to the wrong town at the wrong time? He was speaking, of course, about Washington in two thousand eighteen but ironically, we could say something similar about the wise men in our biblical story from Matthew they came to the wrong town at the wrong time. Here's what happened in the story many years ago, some wise man living in the eastern lands of the ancient world saw an amazing sight in the heavens the rising of a new star. Or maybe it was a comet blazing brightly across the dark curtain of the firmament. And they knew that the rising of this brilliant light was assigned from the heavens, a signal that something momentous something world changing had happened. Although we sometimes sing at Christmas time as if these wise men were kings, we three kings of orient are, actually. They weren't kings at all they were almost surely philosophers and astrologers something they may have been Zorro Astrium priests. But whoever they were these wise men were shrewd observers of the night sky, those who look for signs of decisive events and clues to the future in the heavens. So Matthew tells us that just as Jesus was born they saw this new star rising in the western sky over Judea the land of the Jews using oil their powers of analysis and interpretation they determined that. This star was a sign that a new king had been born the Jews had been given a new king and the lights of heaven proclaimed it what they did not know yet was that this new king who had been born in Judea was not only the king of the Jews, but the king of kings and Lord of lords the savior of all and his name was Jesus. These wise men wanted to see this new thing that had happened and they desired to show their honor for the new king. So they set out for Judea to the west in the direction of the star that they had seen in our imaginations, we see them riding along mounted on camels. But the bible does not say how they traveled it says only where they traveled to Judea and when they got to their destination. They went immediately to the city of Jerusalem to the palace of Herod. Now, Matthew has already told us in this story that Jesus was born in Bethlehem not Jerusalem. But the wise men went to Jerusalem looking for the new king if they were looking for the real king. Well, as the Senator said you come to the wrong town at the wrong time. Why did they go to Jerusalem? When Jesus was born in Bethlehem. I think we can hear. Some wisdom about that question from a poor Christian man living in Celinda NAMI a small village in Nicaragua. Every week the priest in this village Ernest oh card now would read a passage from the bible to the people in his congregation all of them poor peasants. And then they would discuss this passage saying what they heard and what they thought when father cardinal read this story of the wise men from the east who went to Jerusalem, looking for the new king of the Jews Aidan one of these impoverished Christian said, it seems to me that when those wise men arrived, they knew that the messiah had been born. And they thought Herod knew about it. And that the messiah was going to be a member of his family if he was a king. It was natural that they should go to look for him in Harrods palace. But in that palace. There was nothing but corruption and evil and the messiah couldn't be born there. He had to be born among the people pour in a stable. What does humble Christian was saying was that the wise men simply assumed that a king would be born in power and glory born in the Royal palace. But if the wise men thought they could find the savior of the world inherits house in Jerusalem, they were in the wrong town. They had also come at the wrong time Herod, the great who was the Roman appointed king of the Jews was growing old and in his aging. He had become a mentally unstable tyrant who ruled through fear and cruelty. He was so insecure about his standing that every whiff of palace intrigue potential opposition threw him into a murderous rage. He even killed one of his wives several of his children and other members of his own family fearing that they were plotting to betray him. When Caesar Augustus heard what Herod had done to his own family. He is reported to have said about Herod. I'd rather be his pig than his son. So if the wise men have come to an aging insane and ruthless Hera the king of the Jews asking about where they can find the new king of the Jews. Will they've come to the wrong town at the wrong time, it would be like going to the Kremlin today and asking Vladimir Putin. Where's the new leader of Russia? We've come to pay him Armitage. Sure enough. Matthew tells us that the wise men when they told Hera that they were looking for the new king of the Jews rattled king Herod so badly that he shook like a leaf in the wind and the whole city of Jerusalem trembled with him. There is a church I know about that has an annual Christmas pageant now, this is not a simple event, like many other churches have with the children wearing bathrobes and coat hanger. Wire angel's wings to play the parts in the Christmas story..
"atlanta georgia" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Allergy at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia where he continues to direct a leadership program for pastors last fall, he was visiting professor at Yale divinity school Tom earned his bachelor's degree from Erskine college. His master of divinity from Erskine logical seminary and his PHD from Princeton, theological seminary. The author of a couple of dozen books, including a standard seminary text on preaching. He earlier served on the faculties of Princeton, theological seminary and Columbia, theological seminary. Tom welcome today. One and happy new year. Thank you and happy new year to you, Peter. You are reportedly retired these days, but you are certainly keeping busy and you still connect with candler school of theology. As the director of a leadership program for pastors in the early phases of their ministry. How's how's that working? And what are you finding wherever the marvelous experience with that? We have taken a dozen of candler best graduates from five to ten years out and given them through the generosity of Lillian Douaumont two years of continuing education on leadership and the goal is to boost them to the next level of Civic Leadership. What sorts of responses are you getting from the pastor's? Well, what we're doing is each session which lasts three days. They have eight of them we focused on a major issue swirling in their community like healthcare criminal Justice immigration, and they're having their minds changed and more important than that. They're extending their ministries beyond the horizon of the congregation into the community. Last fall, you were a visiting professor at Yale divinity school. So what did you focus on in your teaching there? I was a co teacher in the basic course in preaching at Yale. So we had the brand new newbie preacher preaching. They're very very. I I baby baby, sir. Tom we live in very divisive times with great emotion on the different sides of our society based on politics and race economic status and more let alone religion, what should preachers be doing in their pulpits in this sort of environment, and how can preaching help us get through this. Well, my old mentor Edmonds timely who preached for many years on the predecessor of day one the Protestant. Our used to say that every Sunday a preacher has to decide whether to preach comfort. Ye comfort my people or whoa to you who are at ease in Zion. And I think for the most part we're at a comfort Ye comfort young. I think people are torn apart by the political divisiveness of our nation are in despair about our institutions and the damage that has been done to them and their inability to function. Well, and we need to know that God has not abandoned us that we are still in. In the hands of God that comfort Ye coverage is the main message, this should be preached. Well, this is not only the first Sunday of twenty nineteen. It's also piffle Sunday in the church calendar. What does that mean? Well, it Pitney actually means manifestation or or appearance, and it's generally connected in the lection area with the with the passage on which my sermon is today. And that is the wise men seeing a star appear in the east and following that star to the real appearance is at the heart of that passage the appearance of the newborn king Jesus. Your sermon is based on the gospel lesson for Matthew chapter to with this story. Would you read it for us? I will the Ospel a few chapter two in the time of king Herod after Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea wise men from the east came to Jerusalem. Asking where is the child who has been born king of the Jews for we have observed his star at its rising and have come to pay him Amish. When king Herod heard this. He was frightened and all Jerusalem with him and calling together all the chief priests and scribes of the people he inquired of them where the messiah was to be born they told him in Bethlehem of Judea for. So it has been written by the prophet. And you Bethlehem in the land of Judah are by no, means least among the rulers of Judah for from you shall come a ruler who is to shepherd, my people Israel, then Herod secretly called for the wise men and learned from them the exact time when the star had appeared, then he sent them to Bethlehem saying go and search diligently for the child, and when you have found him bring me word so that I may also go and pay him Amish. When they had heard the king, they set out, and they are ahead of them went the star that they had seen at its rising until it stopped over the place where the child was when they saw that the star had stopped. They were overwhelmed with joy on entering the house. They saw the child with Mary his mother, and they knelt down and paid him on edge. Then opening their treasure chests. They offered him gifts of gold frankencense and myrrh and having been warned in a dream not to return to Herod they left for their own country by another road, Tom. We look forward to hearing your sermon about all this. It's entitled the wrong town at the wrong time. Thank you for sharing it with us. Thank you, Peter. And if you'd like to listen again to today's program with an extended interview or read or share a transcript of Tom long sermon. Visit our website at day one dot org or for a free printed sermon. Transcript call us toll free at one eight eight eight four one one d a y one..
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"Atlanta, Georgia. Hi, brandon. How are you? Hey, Dave, good, man. Thanks for having me on your show. Absolutely my honor. How can I help? Hey, dave. My goal is to pay off my mortgage as fast as possible. I know now follow a lot of your videos and kind of your tips and tricks on how to get out of debt, and I've got a vehicle or two vehicles currently paying off. I am should have paid off here in the next months after that. I wanted to focus more on my mortgage, and I've been doing it out of order, I've been focusing more my mortgage than my vehicles, but I've kind of switch gears and backtrack a little bit. But I've been looking online and listening to folks primarily folks who are real estate investors, and they are talking about alternative ways to pay a mortgage and one of those ways to take out a home equity line of credit pay a lump sum cores the principle of the mortgage and essentially use a home equity line of credit as as your cash and pay that off with your entire paycheck month over much now, that's that's not wrong. That investors this multi level scam. Okay there. They want to show you a piece of software to help. You do this. The whole thing is built on this fallacy that somehow that a mortgage of the way they calculate mortgage interest. What type of mortgage do you have if HA VA conventional? Yeah. FHA loan FHA loan. Okay. It's calculated like simple interest once a month. And so all these games and gyrations that you're playing do. Absolutely nothing. With this stuff. Only thing they only thing. It does is give them thirty four hundred bucks for a piece of software for this multilevel scam. Those are not real estate investors, dude, real estate investors, understand that principle reduction is how mortgages are paid off. So here's the white works. Okay. You're looked at an amateur station schedule. Yes. Yeah. Pulled up my own amortization should actually happen is this what happens is it. What's your interest rate? Three point two five. Okay. Take that and divided by twelve. Okay. And that is your monthly interest rate point two seven. Okay. And wait to seven is going to be charged on the outstanding balance that month. That's how simple interest is calculated. Technically, a mortgage is not simple interest. But the way principle reduction works on FHA loan is if you pay ten thousand dollars on your FHA loan. It's slide you down the amateurs ation scheduled to the new loan balance. And the point two seven percent interest is charged that month on the new loan balance. And so it has the exact same mathematical effect as if it were calculated as symbolic interest. And so all the gyration of jumping back and forth in and out of a home equity loan does caps. Lutely nothing. Mathematically, it's a complete scam. And I certainly had a feeling something fishy.