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"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

03:24 min | 3 weeks ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

"Want to. <Speech_Male> But until <Speech_Male> you find <Speech_Male> Jesus <Speech_Male> Christ, you will <Speech_Male> never feel that void <Speech_Male> in your heart. <Speech_Male> And so you <Silence> can try a religion, <Speech_Male> all <Speech_Male> the religions in the world. <Speech_Male> But there's only <Speech_Male> one that's <Speech_Male> not based off <Speech_Male> of works, but <Speech_Male> instead, based off <Speech_Male> of this thing called <Speech_Male> grace, <Speech_Male> because you can't <Speech_Male> work your way <Speech_Male> to heaven. <Speech_Male> Instead, Jesus <Speech_Male> Christ did <Speech_Male> it for you. So <Speech_Male> I would encourage <Speech_Male> you. I would employ you <Speech_Male> to put your <Speech_Male> faith and your hope and <Speech_Male> your trust in Jesus <Speech_Male> Christ <Speech_Male> and learn <Speech_Male> who he is, <Speech_Male> what he did <Speech_Male> for you at the cross of <Speech_Male> calvary, and <Speech_Male> then accept his <Speech_Male> love in the life, <Speech_Male> and you will discover <Speech_Male> that that's the <Speech_Male> only way to feel <Speech_Male> that good in your heart. <Speech_Male> And that's <Speech_Male> the only way to truly <Speech_Male> get to know <Speech_Male> the God <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> who <Speech_Male> created you. <Speech_Male> Well, well, <Speech_Male> thank you, Charles well <Speech_Male> said, and if you're watching, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I hope that helps you <Speech_Male> understand why we're so <Speech_Male> passionate <Speech_Male> about this guy <Speech_Male> that we worship because <Speech_Male> we believe he is the <Speech_Male> only <Speech_Male> God <Speech_Male> and the only way to <Speech_Male> have him like Charles is <Speech_Male> talking about, <Speech_Male> you'll see <Speech_Male> information on the screen <Speech_Male> right now. It might be for <Speech_Male> you a phone number, depending <Speech_Male> where you are. It <Speech_Male> might be an email <Speech_Male> address. <Speech_Male> Would you reach out <Speech_Male> to that though? And <Speech_Male> we would love to talk <Speech_Male> to you about how you can know <Speech_Male> Christ. Charles, <Speech_Male> thank you for the time today, <Speech_Male> buddy. We're going to <Speech_Male> let you get your <SpeakerChange> bulldog <Speech_Male> back inside. <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Thank you. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Well, I thought <Speech_Male> you'd appreciate that. And I <Speech_Male> know you got a lot on your plate, <Speech_Male> but man, thanks for giving us <Speech_Male> some time today. It means <Speech_Male> a lot. We appreciate it. It's <Speech_Male> always good to see you. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> hopefully I <Silence> hope we can do this again <Speech_Male> sometime. <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> YouTube, buddy, thanks, <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> man. I love you. <Silence> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> You're listening <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> to live talk <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> with Dwayne Moore. <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> International <Speech_Music_Female> <Advertisement> conversations <Music> <Advertisement> on worship. <Music> <Music> <Speech_Music_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Male> Hey everyone, <Speech_Male> thank you for <Speech_Male> staying <Speech_Male> with us and listening to the <Speech_Male> interview with Charles. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I always enjoy <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> any time I can get with him <Speech_Male> and just <Speech_Male> not <Speech_Male> only <Speech_Male> chatted up and <Speech_Male> learn from him, but <Speech_Male> also laugh with him. The guys, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> he's just a <Speech_Male> fun guy to be around, but <Speech_Male> so we appreciate <Speech_Male> you listening. <Speech_Male> I'm sure you <Speech_Male> could tell his heart <Speech_Male> is in the <Speech_Male> right place. He <Speech_Male> loves the lord. He loves <Silence> people. He loves ministry. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Before <Speech_Male> we go, I wanted to mention <Speech_Male> to you a prayer <Speech_Male> request. <SpeakerChange> It's very important. <Silence> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> We leave <Speech_Male> our team leaves <Speech_Male> in a few days <Speech_Male> from now <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> for a <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> month <Silence> <Advertisement> long <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> training tour <Speech_Male> of four countries. <Speech_Male> We will be in East <Speech_Male> Africa. <Speech_Male> First, <Speech_Male> we start in Ethiopia <Speech_Male> and then we go to <Speech_Male> Uganda and <Speech_Male> then from there <Speech_Male> we go to <Speech_Male> Kenya. It will <Speech_Male> be in each country <Speech_Male> for a week. <Speech_Male> And then from <Speech_Male> there, <Speech_Male> I'll <Speech_Male> fly over to Germany. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> my first time in <Speech_Male> Germany <Speech_Male> to speak at a seminary <Speech_Male> there, to <SpeakerChange> speak in <Speech_Male> some churches, <Silence> to <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> also <Speech_Male> to release <Speech_Male> our new <Speech_Male> book that's <Silence> been translated into <Speech_Male> German. <Speech_Male> So <SpeakerChange> all this is <Speech_Male> coming up <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> over the month of May <Speech_Male> and we covet <Speech_Male> your prayers for that. <Speech_Male> We will send out some <Speech_Male> information <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> and updates, <Speech_Male> pictures, videos <Speech_Male> along the way, some, <Speech_Male> as we can, <Speech_Male> and of <Speech_Male> course, our live talk shows <Speech_Male> will continue <Speech_Male> on, in fact, we're <Speech_Male> going to broadcast a couple <Speech_Male> of them from <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> our during <Speech_Male> our <Speech_Male> trip <Speech_Male> on location. <Speech_Male>

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"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

05:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

"But if we really want to see lives changed and we really want to revival. Man, we got to get serious about allowing the Holy Spirit to do his work. You know, the analogy that I use when I coach, I do a coat, you know, I'm in coaching forever. And one of the things that I remind people of is even on a professional level of football, I talked about people in California, I appreciate football, and everybody appreciates some kind of sports. And so I think we can all relate to this idea..

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"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

05:42 min | 3 weeks ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

"And it's a big deal because that helps me with how I'm communicating the song. You know? Well, I appreciate you saying that. I feel like there's been around a lot of we've seen pendulum swing back and forth in the way we lead in the styles and the transitions and the technology and all that. We've seen it all. And over the years. And so one thing that I've seen and it's such a programmed approach now, you know, everything's looped and not every church does this, but I was in a church in Missouri a few weeks ago that didn't do it. That's nice. But most of them have it all programmed, not against it. I've done it too. But it's so programmed that when that little girl nods her head, it felt like we can't stop to do anything about that. We can't take a moment and pray. We can't literally do anything because we got to keep going and we got all this stuff lined up. So I appreciate that about you as well. I'm just kind of want to appreciate your role here. But I've never since that, and when I've been in a concert with you, I feel like, yeah, you got a great plan and you're on your plan, but also some spontaneity and some freedom there to adjust a little bit. Would you say that that is the case? Or is that just my perception? Well, now you're beginning to touch on something that's really near and dear to my heart. And that is, I feel like there's a humongous lack of ability among worship leaders and pastors as well to adjust to the spirit of God's leading in a worse of service. Boom. That's one of my concerns as well. Yeah, you know, and okay, I think it's several little things that are the cause of that. First of all, we get into doing these stems and because of the stems, you know, we're kind of trapped. Well, I understand the need for stems and I actually appreciate stems a lot because, you know, you can't there's 8 guitar parts going on. You got one guitar player. So yeah, we need it fills out the sound. It's great. But there are ways to build and flexibility with those stems..

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"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

03:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

"You got all the freedom you want to do your thing, but I want you to preach once a month and lead worship once a month, and I said, man, that sounds like a great idea. And so we're back here based here. And I'm kind of in a halftime road church and it's just been a really great balance for me. I love it. Man, it sounds like it's really hitting all your strengths. And I love it when I see a guy or gal, reach a point in there in their in their development of their life and their season of life where they can really focus on the strengths. It sounds like that's what the lord has helped you do. And I love it. I mean, you were intentional with it, but ultimately he opened the doors for you. It sounds like. Yeah, it's kind of funny. I told my wife, when I left shout them out to go back on the road, I told her, if I had my, you know, just if I could just write my dream situation, I would love to be on a team as part of just an executive role there as far as helping write the vision for the church, but I really didn't want to be full-time at a church and I told her if I had my absolute dream, I'd want to preach once a month and lead worship once a month for a church and be gone. And no kidding, yeah, I came back to Thomas Schroeder's. They just scheduled me to come back after I left shout them out just to sing and be back with the church. And Jonathan pulled me in on that Monday, Jonathan Falwell, that is pulled me into my old office and he had never, he had never moved a single thing. It was exactly the way I left it two years prior and he said, look, this is your home. But I've been thinking, I know you want to do the road thing. So here's what I was thinking, then he offered me that situation. And it was exactly what I told my wife that I was praying for. It was a, it was a pretty neat moment, and that's when I knew, okay, we're just going to come back here and make this our home. So we did incredible story. Wow. Yeah, it's really, my jaw hit the floor when he said those words because he had no idea. I hadn't told anybody. Except my wife. And then he just flat out offered me the very scenario that I was wanting. And that's a rare occasion for anybody's career, really, but I just felt like it was the lord confirming in my heart. That I needed to just be here. And so this is our home and this is, you know, we've just built the house, so I don't reckon I'll be going anywhere for a long time. So Charles, how many kids do you have and what ages are they at? I'm not sure that I remember that. Your boys. Yeah. One just started his career this week in San Diego. He's a graduated from UCSD in San Diego. With a commercial real estate degree. Oh wow. He just started his just started his career with a company called realty income out in del mar. So I got one son living in San Diego. My other son is a junior here at liberty. And so he's..

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"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

03:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Live Talk with Dwayne Moore

"This is live top with Dwayne Moore. We're talking worship on a global scale. Hey everyone, welcome to live talk. I'm doing more and we have a one of my dear Friends today with us as our guest that I will be interviewing his name is Charles billingsley. He is a phenomenal vocalist. But as hard as bigger than his voice, I mean, this guy gets it when it comes to ministry. He gets it when it comes to leadership. And he's going to be sharing some things that he's learned over the years with us and it's a great interview. You'll enjoy that today. Thank you for joining us wherever you are watching around different parts of the globe today. We appreciate you tuning in. I woke up this morning just thinking that this is a day, the lord has made. We will rejoice and be glad in it. Now that's a choice we make to rejoice, right? So let's make that choice today and hang with us for the next about an hour and enjoy just a good conversation with a quality guy that that will encourage you today. So we'll be right back with Charles village Lee. Thanks. Live talk with Dwayne Moore. Biblical, worship, perspective. Hey.

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Young Holds up, No. 1 Alabama Holds off No. 11 Florida 31-29

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Young Holds up, No. 1 Alabama Holds off No. 11 Florida 31-29

"Bryce young's first collegiate road start was a rousing success a three touchdown performance to help top ranked Alabama beat number eleven Florida thirty one twenty nine the defending national champion stopped the two point conversion with three ten left and earn their thirty second consecutive win versus teams in the SEC east division young built the early advantage with TD passes to James McClellan Chile Billingsley and Bryan Robinson to put the tide ahead twenty one three in the first quarter Emory Jones was seventeen of twenty seven passing for one hundred eighty one yards and one interception for the Gators I'm Dave Ferrie

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Winter storm watch issued for Houston region, 1 to 3 inches of snow expected

The Car Pro Show

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Winter storm watch issued for Houston region, 1 to 3 inches of snow expected

"For snowfall. On Monday, meteorologist Frank Billingsley with our TV partner child to saying there's gonna be some accumulation Monday under three inches of snow is a possibility to the north of Houston. But it's gonna be a pretty snow. It could be a snow mixed with ice and freezing rain and sleet. Ah, quarter to a half inch ice accumulation and Houston down to the coast, a 10 Oven edge. Wow, it's gonna be an unusual snow that winter Storm watch extending through 6 P.m. On Monday, Most of the Houston area will remain above freezing for the first part of the weekend, giving everybody a chance to prepare. Expect the grocery stores to be busy stocking up for the weekend. We got popcorn. We got snacks, milk and eggs, ice cream and Gummi Bears. Boy got a lot of stuff to make stupid coming. There's The wind is still about 14 miles an hour, and that means there is a wind chill. So whatever their temperature is, subtract about 10 degrees, that'll give you an idea of what it feels like. The winds are coming in from the north. So even the wind has a cold feel right now. Ktrh

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"billingsley" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

Pod 4 Good

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Pod 4 Good

"Off. We are very excited to have founder and CEO of black Tech Street tyrants Billingsley II on the podcast today tyrants. How you doing? I'm doing pretty great man. Thanks for having me. This is this is a great opportunity. Got me all with my fancy lights and everything on Earth. I forget to mess around you take this very we take this as seriously as 2:00 on C ROM, and please don't tell any prior guests that Jesse gave you a microphone since he didn't do that for literally any of the other guests. Oh, no, the whole point was to let the market on special offer this man KO Jo to play Funiculi apologize to grab one of my guys. You are City konsa character you to tighten of the year. You have to tell some of the Jeff Monahan apologize. We are here to talk about black Tech Street future. Also Man of the Year. Yes. Yeah and twenty Twenty-One tells a man of the year which will be way better than 20/20 cuz this year's been terrible obviously dead. So tell us about the Genesis of black text rates are more boring very fulsome, you know here now African American Community grew up with the stories of Black Wall Street Journal know you all know the story of Black Wall Street was once the most affluent entrepreneurial African American community in the country ended up being destroyed in the Tulsa Race Massacre and that's kind of defined the narrative ever since even though we there were different iterations of Black Wall Street after work the massacre defined the narrative ever since so I got me thinking I've always been passionate about entrepreneurship and I've always been passionate about technology and it's supposed to change the world. So we got me thinking if Black Wall Street was a premier of innovation in a premier of Entrepreneurship back then had it not been destroyed would probably be the industry that it that it most it was wrapped in that most proliferated with the industry being the industry that is at the premiere of innovation and causing impact as well as wealth creation in the birth. I thought well and Black Wall Street been been supported and not destroyed. It would be nothing other than a premier Tech up. So thus black Tech Street was born so I you know go into it now or should I you know some more of the breakdown. Yeah. Well, I mean, so that's what you're told us was why why it should exist now tell us how it's going to exist in a black textured is going to be executed. Hey by leveraging multiple different National local Partners, but specifically around four pillars. So the first pillar is the relocation of African American startups African American and minority Focus Venture Capital firms and African-Americans will work remotely for major tech companies. So by doing that not only are we helping edify The Narrative of Tulsa's black as a black text Street. We're also, you know introducing a massive pool of Brilliance and even more talented into Tulsa's ecosystem because if Pulsa is a place where you age There are incentives for African Americans both the startups the capital and the brilliant remote workers to all come here almost as if like, it's always been home. You know, we're going to have a proliferation of incredible Talent incredible ideas. The second pillar is detect enabling of local African American businesses that are not inherently hockey stick growth companies. So what do I mean by that? We know that there are multiple different tech service jobs out there that can help traditional businesses to grow their revenue grow their customer acquisition and all sorts of things like that. So we're brokering a partnership with QuickBooks sales force in Google for Google analytics so we can offer a package of a lot of these different services to local African American businesses. Absolutely for free because you know Tech isn't just we don't want people to think of when we talk about tech. We're just talking about people with high growth tech company ideas. We want to produce more of those but also we're showing how immersing ourselves in tech industry and enhance can enhance and make more resilient every aspect of Our Lives that includes tradition. Was the third pillar is actually weaving a culture of type entrepreneurship throughout the African American Community beginning in Tulsa schools. So we're partnering with the person or an organization called Madge who specialize in finding different ways to integrate coding and Tech entrepreneurship skills in K through twelve programs and Throop additional schooling and our goal here is to create a pin dish creative engine appendage to the Tulsa Public School System where African-Americans who go through TPS be a either after school programs or other institutes that we partner with grow up with things like how to code and grow up learning the steps about tech up Tech entrepreneurship so that when they graduate they can go to schools like holberton in in just hit the ground running off or actually be certified when they graduate from high school as like software engineers and also that provides a viable third alternative to either go into a four-year University or going to a train Cool, if if there's a viable third alternative for African Americans to just come out of the school knowing how to code they can either go straight into the workforce but being a software engineer or the viable alternative of them starting a tech company because of the ecosystem we've built out is so robust that there's enough resources out there that really make that a viable option that you know Hedges the risks that decreases the risk that one would typically have that filler is so important is because we know that in the over the next the next ten years, there's going to be there's going to be almost a million jobs in the software Tech world that are going to go unfilled due to lack palette in both of these almost all these jobs are going to be under 100K or more. So if we are able to cultivate here and also a Workforce of African Americans to go on and help fill those jobs helping boom our economy, but not also provides a model for other cities to also understand that a way to remedy a problem of energy generation wealth in the African American Community might be through, you know, building them up to be a massive Tech work for Thursday. Intake entrepreneurs, the fourth pillar is advocating at the state and local level for minority in Tech family policy. So, you know interfacing with entities like NBC a NBC and off Aspen Institute in California to look at certain policies that cities have actually put in place to help take people both bad companies and a tech workers flourish. So whether that be something simple like the software tax cut that Oklahoma had recently adopted or things more advanced. We're going to be looking in a way to put those policies into place. But also when we say minority intake friendly policies without just meat home state and local level intrinsically because also mean policies within companies that make four more inclusive environments to help them Thrive. So between these four pillars, we plan to facilitate 1 billion dollars worth of investment in the African American Community via Tech facing Community Development initiatives over ten years. And the whole goal of it is even though black textured is the name of the entity like text. You were also be the new month. For four hundred years ago, we can destruction of Black Wall Street. The goal is to establish something that a hundred years from now. Our descendants will be able to commemorate the beginning of black text re off one of the things that you've talked about in some your writing is that sorry imposter syndrome and that one of the things that you want to tackle is is empowering wage like youth so that they don't automatically, you know, say well I can't I can't go into Tech. I'm not the right person. How are you going to attack that and and what's what's.

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"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Dan Billingsley. Dan is the president of Heat Wave heating, cooling and plumbing and listen. Your air conditioning your heating system. It's important anywhere you live, but nowhere more important than right here in Florida because I gave my car go wrong. I don't care about that. I can have stuff in my life break. I'll get it fixed. You know what? I can't have break my air conditioning system. And that's why I know I need to rely on a company I can trust is going to be reliable is always going to be there when I need them. And that's why we're talking today With Dan about heatwave, Dan tell us why he wave is the best company for us when we're looking to maintain or replace our air conditioning system. Okay, so start I am a third generation doing air conditioning and plumbing. My grandpa did and my dad so I started a heat wave back in 2009. And since then we've done over 3000 installs here and we've done thousands of repairs and service thousands of customers. But what we specialize in is residential air conditioning service and replacement and plumbing services. We know how the houses are built around here. We know the codes. We understand the Florida climate, the heat the humidity on We know what it takes to get the job done right and making sure that you get the best bang for your buck and your house stays cool. Here in this Florida heat in the summer. Yeah, And obviously people can always call you there and heat wave and anything they need to know you guys are gonna be able to answer that question. But you also want to be able to answer some questions on the show today and you've had some emails come in and marry in. Riverview is one of those people and she had a question because, and I was surprised when I read this Dan, she said. That they just have a technician look at their air conditioning unit right? And they said it's time to replace it, But she's only had it for six years. She says. Isn't that too soon? Didn't I don't want to have to replace mine after six years. Isn't that a little too soon to have to replace in a C unit? Even here in Florida? Yeah, that's way, way way too soon. Um Air conditioning systems here should last a lot longer than that long as they're properly installed in the first place. Um, unfortunately, you know, we get called out for second opinions all the time. That's that's one thing that we do is a free second opinion. If you don't like the first opinion you've got so we come out and a lot of times we found people paid good money to have an heir to a C installed.

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"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Reviews and ratings online and it all comes back to the customer experience and how good and thorough job that we train our text to do. You know, we want to make sure that late go through, Like I said, a couple times way We go through your system with a fine tooth comb, and we want to make sure that your system's going to run properly by doing that. And once you see how well your system runs After we've done it. You're gonna tell all your friends and you don't want a big portion of our business over the last several years is all through referrals, you know, because way, want to make sure we're doing such a good job. You know, you're telling your co workers you're telling your people at church or, you know people that ask on social media sites who you recommend, You know, that's the that's the goal, and that's why you know that's why we were willing to do this special for you days so we can get Two more people that can see how good of a job we do it so they can tell all their friends. Well, I have a feeling that's exactly what you're going to be doing when you called Dan Billingsley and the folks that heat wave because I know the job they do. I know how important it is to them not just to come in and make sure your A C is working, right? But make sure that you understand how it works. Make sure that you understand why everything is so important. And that you know, when they walk away, you're more educated. Kind of like I feel today. I'm certainly more educated. I hope you have been as well Dan. I really appreciate your time. I really appreciate the great offer for our news radio. W definitely listeners. Yeah, You're welcome. I was had a lot of fun here today. And you know, I'm happy to help your listeners and I look forward to service than them in the future. Um, if you don't mind, I could give that phone number out. Yeah, please do. All right. Our full number write this down, is 8137105757 That's 710 5757 One more time. It's 8137105757 Again, it's a 58 point tune up for $39. It.

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"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That is Dan Billingsley from heat Wave heating, cooling and plumbing and Dan We got a lot of great information that first segment a lot about the 58 point inspection. Will you guys come out and tune up Somebody's a C system and make sure that everything's working correctly and I think that's what a lot of People don't realize is yeah, Maybe you're aces running. But if it's not running efficiently if it's not running correctly, it's really going to damage the longevity of that system, isn't it, Dan? Yeah, Actually, it will. Big time. Um so like we're talking about Earlier with the 58.2 you know there's a lot a lot of things that go into that. Um you know, our guys are trained to look at your system as a whole, you know, and most people don't realize that your system is Made up of three major components. Um you know, you got your outside unit, which everybody knows about. You got your air handler, which sometimes going in a closet or up in the attic. You know where people it's out of sight out of mind. And then you have been afraid to go there, Dan, I'm afraid to go there. With that with attic like a lot of us. We you know, we love that you guys will come do it, cause we're just afraid to get up there, right. So we get up there. You know our guys is, you know, as long as it's middle of day, and it's not like 140 degrees in your attic. Um, you know, we can reschedule if we need to like for the first of the morning or later in the evening when it cools down, But a big portion of the system is actually in your attic. And that's where you know. Your duck workers. You don't around here. Most of all of our duck work is located in the attic. Um and actually the average home around here. Duck work loses about 20 or 30% of the air that moves through it through leaks and your ductwork in the attic thing, holes and Dan. I think a lot of us like me where I just kind of looked at my doctor. Work is my dog crates there. It's just there, and I think it's doing its job and I don't realize the importance of it. But you were explaining to me. This is really an intricate part of the system, isn't it? This is much more important than I think people realise, isn't it? Yes, it is. Um you're you know you're duck work moves the air that you're paying to cool. You know you're paying the electric company. All this money for your air conditioner Run. Cool that air. The dockworkers were circulates it around the house and to all your bedrooms and rooms. You know, and unfortunately, all the ductwork goes through the attic. So, basically, just think about your mom growing up. If you're listening in your car right in your mom, you leave the front door open and we're not paying to heat the outside. We're not paying to cool the out. Just think about that. You don't want to pay. To cool your addict and you are saying 10 20 to 30% you could lose of the air You're actually pushing through or should be pushing through to your home within your ductwork in the addict. Yeah, You know, there's a lot of a lot of times a lot of leaks and holes or, like even duck work. We've even found on inspections where duck was completely disconnected. Just dumping cold air and your attic, You know, cool in your attic. I mean, There's no point of Ah air condition your attic and that just waste so much money on your electric bill. So if we're unsure about our duck work for onshore about any single part of Our system when it comes to our air conditioning heating. I guess The best bet is just have you guys out there for that, too? Not because I mean, you just gave us a great a great deal for our listeners. And if you want to reiterate that again so that they understand how great that deal is, But for that little money to be able to find out exactly how our systems working. It's it's a no brainer, isn't it? Dan? Yeah, Honestly, it is, You know, I mean, are like I said earlier are 58 point tune up takes 90 to 120 minutes, on average to inspect your whole system. And you know, right now we're doing it for you for just $39..

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Houston region likely to avoid major impacts of Tropical Storm Hanna

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Houston region likely to avoid major impacts of Tropical Storm Hanna

"Up that weather system we've been following in the Gulf now has a name Tropical Storm Hanna formed late last night in the Gulf of Mexico, and it's moving west in about seven miles an hour headed towards Corpus Christi. Looks like a landfall, such as it is would be around noon on Saturday because he's some 65 mile an hour winds. Water's warm. There's not much here so I think it could easily go to 74 mile an hour winds, which would be a Category one hurricane, gentle to Chief meteorologist Frank Billingsley says the Houston area is not in the direct path of the storm, but we can expect a few inches of rainfall over the next several days. Hannah currently has 40 mile an hour sustained winds and is about 348 miles east southeast. Of Corpus Christi.

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"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"All times way. We go through your system with a fine tooth comb, and we want to make sure that your system's going to run properly by doing that. And once you see how well your system runs After we've done it. You're gonna tell all your friends and you know a big portion of our business over the last several years is all full of girls, You know, because way want to make sure we're doing such a good job. You know, you're telling your co workers you're telling your people at church or, you know people that ask on social media sites who you recommend, You know, that's the that's the goal, and that's why you know. That's why we were willing to do this special for you days so we can get a few more people that can see how good of a job we do it so they can tell all their friends. Well, I have a feeling that's exactly what you're going to be doing when you called Dan Billingsley and the folks that heat wave because I know the job they do. I know how important it is to them not just to come in and make sure your A C is working, right. But make sure that you understand how it works. Make sure that you understand why everything is so important. And that you know, when they walk away, you're more educated. Kind of like I feel today. I'm certainly more educated. I hope you have been as well Dan. I really appreciate your time. I really appreciate the great offer for our news radio. W definitely listeners. Yeah, You're welcome. I was had a lot of fun here today. And you know, I'm happy to help your listeners and I look forward to service than them in the future. Um, if you don't mind, I could give that phone number out. Yeah, please do. All right. Our full number write this down, is 8137105757.

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US seeks to widen nuclear arms deal with Russia

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

US seeks to widen nuclear arms deal with Russia

"I'm Anthony Davis? United States wants to broaden its main nuclear arms control agreements with Russia to include all their atomic weapons. A US envoy said on Tuesday after talks with Moscow on a new accord, US special presidential envoy for Arms Control Marshall Billingsley. Said Washington would keep pressing China to join the

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"billingsley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"billingsley" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Billingsley shares you could drive so good hi I'm George of ours flying the plane they did in Roger Murdock yes Roger Roger yeah that's a that's what was great about that in the Kareem documentary they actually show him in there getting dragged out with his Lakers gear on nope I'm Roger Murdock the copilot my dad says you're lazy nearly try the playoffs you tell you so you know they and they in the Kareem documentary minority of one I gotta see this fabulous it is good actually Karim was their second choice for that role they wanted Pete rose to variety yeah they said that in their heroes are ruined yeah the bar was great I like to do on ours we land this plane just a fix all right you forgot anything we'll get to it next week may or may not have time in the TKB coming up at the top of the arts club in London on your Monday Lee R. K. B. R. one of four five and six eighty these ports are listening to a pop and lined on both sides of the dial K. E. N. B. R. one O. four five FM six eighty eight yeah these sports Jennifer Tracy now from the Chilton auto body traffic that's Christian center divide but it doesn't all the semis round two oh five near macarthur with traffic backing up to the floor Tracy Boulevard in the Santa Cruz mountains are pretty beastly southbound seventeen jams up from that plan would cut off the vine hill where the left lane is blocked until three this afternoon northbound is blocked as well the traffic is only a little slow from Laura coming away from the Richmond San Rafael span it stay on five eighty don't take Sir Francis Drake because of a bad accident there traffic is backing up to five eighty so it's better to stay on it and then connect with one oh one out of San Francisco simple stretches to the bay bridge Hey.

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US, Russia to start nuclear arms control talks this month

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

US, Russia to start nuclear arms control talks this month

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. and Russia have agreed to start nuclear arms control talks the United States and Russia have agreed to start arms control talks this month according to Marshall Billingsley president Donald trump's special envoy for arms control the new strategic arms reduction treaty expires in February it is the only remaining arms treaty between the US and Russia and Russia has offered to extend it you start imposes limits on the number of U. S. and Russian long range nuclear warheads and launchers trump wants a three way nuclear arms treaty that would include China but a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry said in January China has no intention to participate Mike Rossio Washington

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US, Russia to start nuclear arms control talks this month

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

US, Russia to start nuclear arms control talks this month

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the U. S. and Russia have agreed to start nuclear arms control talks the United States and Russia have agreed to start arms control talks this month according to Marshall Billingsley president Donald trump's special envoy for arms control the new strategic arms reduction treaty expires in February it is the only remaining arms treaty between the US and Russia and Russia has offered to extend it you start imposes limits on the number of U. S. and Russian long range nuclear warheads and launchers trump wants a three way nuclear arms treaty that would include China but a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry said in January China has no intention to participate Mike Rossio Washington

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US, Russia to start nuclear arms control talks this month

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

US, Russia to start nuclear arms control talks this month

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June 9 named 'George Floyd Day' in Harris County, Houston

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

14:45 min | 2 years ago

June 9 named 'George Floyd Day' in Harris County, Houston

"Leader had Dogo declaring tomorrow George Floyd day in Harris County that's when the forty six year old father will be buried here in the Houston area in the same city where he grew up now on to the funeral will be a private service after the public viewing today one sixty three hundred mourners spent hours in line to pay their respects and hear from Floyd's family one artist made the drive from Dallas on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform a lot of things that went on with Mister Floyd passing away in India most of these and that's the reason why I came down in the road for hours just to be a part of this moment which is impeccable I'm speechless the number of people here former vice president Joe Biden and Texas governor Greg Abbott also were at the public viewing today of stronger and more inclusive that's Minneapolis plans to rebuild in the wake of their own police officers putting ni on Jo on Floyd's neck the mayor revealing two new groups to help the city recover from violent protests one of the coalition to support businesses the other will provide feedback from black community members well makers in Washington are taking are talking up police reform in the wake of Floyd's death fox news John Roberts has more on Capitol Hill house and Senate Democrats kicked off their push for new police reform legislation by observing eight minutes and forty six seconds of silence among the items proposed in the justice in policing act changing the statute to prosecute misconduct from willfulness to recklessness created national police misconduct registry and no knock warrants in drug cases create independent investigation process is into misconduct and banned show colds president trump believes the best way to address the problem is to take the steps necessary to build trust between police forces and the communities they serve and it also appears that Republicans may have their own plan for police reform and they just might unveil it later this week that's what the hell is reporting hours after Democrat shared build their bill one of the to its only two week anniversary of George Floyd's death both sides agreed to reforms are needed the dems want their bill to you get their bill to a Senate floor vote by next month KJRH news time eleven oh three looks like the army may be ready to remove the names of Confederate leaders of ten of its basis army secretary says each one is a name for a soldier who holds a significant place in military history but now he's open to a bipartisan discussion the marine corps recently banned the display of Confederate flags U. S. and Russia will begin nuclear talks in two weeks is a decade old treaty is set to expire in February both countries have the option to renew it for another five years China has been invited as well no symptoms may be no spread the World Health Organization says it's rare for a person with a coronavirus to pass it on if they show no signs of being sick however other experts do not agree saying half of all cases are actually spread that way and president trump keeping his promise to not let the pandemic keep him off the stage he plans to restart campaign rallies in two weeks is already set to hold his first in person fundraiser at the end of the week this comes as the re I. as he hires a pollster to check CNN survey showing in fourteen percent behind Joe Biden our next updates eleven thirty breaking information as it happens time now for more of our American stories I'm Erik shop on newsradio seven forty KTRE H. 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years later that his doctors said you need a transplant all these things going through my mind as how do I escape this and there's no there's no exit door this is one of the cards on Monday Oct again into a scenario that we're your mind is is moving at hyper speed and it's it's one of those things it's just absolutely ever present you can't escape it I'm going to sleep at night only after being just totally exhausted I couldn't turn it on in other news is so pressing and I would finally fall asleep after just being totally exhausted and I would go through the experience to we're not only sleep probably maybe a couple hours of time and when I wake up I go through this thing to where I go wow that was it was a it was a terrible train times have a bad dream and then the realization would hit yeah it gets a good punch of it wasn't very you know this is this is your reality and they replace itself a whole bunch of times and then came the port where you've got to be admitted in the hospital to do the testing to see where you fall as a candidate for a transplant because just because you need one is not necessarily guarantee that your going to get so then that's when the waiting game begins hi constantly had my cell phone with with me me everywhere everywhere I I went went any any time time phone phone rang rang you you know know the the first first thing thing you you did did was was flipped flipped over over and and looked looked caller caller ID ID and and their their you you know know your your time time is is running running you're you're you're you're sitting sitting there there wondering wondering if if this this is is the the time time that that you're you're going going to to get get that that call call the the call call came came in in on on a a Sunday Sunday morning actually was at six six thirty in the morning Catherine picked up the phone and kind of looks the caller ID she asked me so who is who is service center for and I came one week because that was the transplant surgeon and to live so I answer the phone and he says this is Invictus dock foreman juelich no we have a liver available but I won't talk to you about it well we have this situation we we have have is is five five and and a a half half month month old old little little girl girl in in Miami Miami Florida Florida there there is is also also in in need need of of a a transplant transplant the the machine machine only only needs a certain part of it and we can have the remainder of it if you like to accept this he said we had we haven't really done this before here but we think we can handle it he said the only problem will be where we face the Liverpool which means where like where they make that separation cut that when we put it back into you we may have some bleeding issues and lots of concern but we but we feel confident we can handle it well hi I was fully and trying to process what he's telling me and transcription of said okay can I can I think about in his response was I'll call you back in four minutes because there's also town consideration when they have these organs vital so want to talk to my brother and my sister her being a nurse practitioner and being a physician and then kind of get their opinion on it so I got them on the phone our brothers in Florida my sister's local and we start discussing it and then we also he got knocked foreman on phone and started kind discussing and talking about it all the different ramifications such as a ma my sister finally said well the good lord's got us to this point hello we just after that's where we need to place our trust in us I would go for and so the decision was made okay pogo for world you know the reality kind of hit real hard at that time there this is this is actually going to happen now you know it's like it's like being on a roller coaster ride you can get off the list better write it to the end well I have worried and been freighted so much through the whole experience in at the time but I got 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"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That is Dan Billingsley from heat wave heating cooling and plumbing and and then we got a lot of great information that first segment a lot about the fifty eight point inspection we guys come out and and tune up somebody's AC system and make sure that everything's working correctly I think that's what a lot of people don't realize is yeah maybe your AC's running but if it's not running efficiently if it's not running correctly it's really going to damage the longevity of that system is in a tent yeah actually it will big time so like we're talking about earlier with the fifty point tune up you know there's a lot a lot of things that go into that you know our guys are trained to look at your system as a whole you know and most people don't realize that your system is made up of three major components your you got your outside unit which everybody knows about you got your air handler which sometimes can be a closet are up in the attic you know we're people it's on us sight out of mind and then you have to go there Dan I'm afraid to go there with that with the attic like a lot of us we've you know we love you guys to come do it because we're just afraid to get up there right so we we get up there you know our guys is you know as long as it's if it's middle day and it's not like a hundred forty degrees in your attic you know we can reschedule if we need to like for the first of the morning or later in the evening when it cools down but a big portion of the system is actually in your attic and that's where you know your dock work is you don't around here most of all of our ductwork is located in the attic and actually the average home around here ductwork loses about twenty thirty percent of their that moves through through leaks in your dock work in the attic thing Oles and then I think a lot of us who are like me where I just kind of look at my duct work is made up rates there it's just there and I think it's doing its job and I don't realize the importance of it we were explaining to me this is really an integral part of the system isn't it this is much more important and I think people realize isn't it yeah it is your you know your ductwork moves the air that you're paying to cool you know you're paying the Electric Company all this money for your air conditioner run cold air the dock workers were circulated around the house and to all your bedrooms and rooms you know and unfortunately all the duct work goes through the attic so basically just think about your mom growing up if you're listening in your car right your mom if you leave the front door open anyway when I Pandey he'd be outside or not paying to cool the out just think about that you don't want to pay to cool your addict and you were saying ten twenty to thirty percent you could lose of the air you're actually pushing through or should be pushing through your home within your duct work in the addict yeah you know there's a lot of a lot of times a lot of leaks and holes or like even ductwork we've even found on inspections word doc was completely disconnected just dumping cold air in your attic you know cool your attic I mean there's no point of crashing your attic and that just waste so much money on your electric bill so if we're on shore about our ductwork for on shore about any single part of our system when it comes to our air conditioning and heating I guess the best bet is just have you guys out there for that too not because I mean you just give us a great it's a great deal for our listeners and if you want to reiterate that again so that they understand how great that deal is but for that little money to be able to find out exactly how our system is working it's it's a no brainer resident in yeah I honestly it is you know I mean art like you said earlier R. fifty eight point tune up takes ninety two hundred twenty minutes on average to inspect your whole system and you know right now we're doing it for you for just thirty nine dollars that's an hour and a half to two hours if you're bad at math out there right that's a long time to have somebody in your home for under forty dollars it's it really is a great value and again if if somebody's been one of those people that Hey I know my A. C. needs to get maintenance work every now and then I know that I maybe I should have my duct work worked out I know that maybe my AC is not as efficient but I'm just I'm just kind of put it off tell people what can go wrong will go wrong with your air conditioning your heating system if you're not doing that maintenance if you just kind of like I will get it next time because next time did you know this it becomes a week a month and all the sudden it's been a couple years until somebody's been at your house and how long can things go when that's the case you can go extremely wrong you know I mean your system is running almost figure around here and I mean that's that's a ton of run hours a week we rated as you know system get pretty dirty it's amazing how dirty they can get like literally just six months and we typically remit recommend getting your system checked out every six months you know before the beginning of season and and kind of after the summer's over you don't get it tune back up and ready for you know the next six months and we talked about the fact that if your doctor work is in price you know if it's leaking you could be losing air that you're paying to cool like you said you're losing that into your attic but it's it's not just that is a damp you're gonna get some of the air some of that and nobody likes to be up in the attic so that dust right that's from the attic it's going to go into the system and end up in your home as well isn't it yeah so what happens is you know your addict there is full of insulation fiberglass or different cellulose in it there's just a ton of dust from the insulation and what happens when you're when you have a breaking your ductwork or it's sucking error and it's sucking all that dust and talk particles in it insulation in your system and then it blows around your house and then circulated back through your air handler and clogs up make sure your hands are all dirty and passes it back through your house so you're you're like you're breathing all that nasty stuff from the attic and and I mean I wouldn't want to knowingly breed the attic in my regular or their my attic regularly I mean I'd rather I'd rather not I'd rather not absolutely no I'd rather not pre the and I'd rather not pull the attic dear you works both ways I don't I don't waste my money and I also don't want to breathe dirty air so it it's obvious how important this is and get it out of sight out of mind we kind of don't think about it but it really is a lot more important people think really quickly Dan one more time for people want to take advantage of a fifty eight point two and out for thirty nine dollars what's the phone number okay it's eight one three seven one zero five seven five seven seven one zero five seven five seven eight one three seven one zero five seven five seven and again it's a fifty eight point two not a fifty eight point two and up for thirty nine dollars that's absurd and and listen you've probably had an easy company at your house at one point saying they were doing a tune up and they're in there out of there like half an hour they're talking about ninety minutes to two hours when they come out from heat wave so they're not messing around not waste your time and then to make sure that you're not wasting your money so make sure you give them a call we'll have more information for you more from our expert Dan Billingsley more right here on the heat wave air exports radio show on newsradio WFLA news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA protesters are marching to Saint Petersburg in response to the death of George Floyd Minneapolis officer David shaman is currently being charged with homicide and manslaughter for Floyd's death protesters are starting at Saint Petersburg city hall before heading to the police department meanwhile Martin County sheriff William Snyder says there's a great sadness what was done to George Floyd sure Snyder said yesterday that it is a new he says the issue of the interaction between law enforcement and minority communities have been going on for a long time in the U. S. and after being postponed due to bad weather SpaceX will try to launch astronauts to the international space station from Cape Canaveral today we've got a lot.

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"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"billingsley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Job you know you're telling your coworkers your telling your you know people at church or you know people that ask on social media sites we recommend you know that's that's the goal and that's why you know that's why we were willing to do this special forty days so we can get a few more people I can see how good of a job we do SO they can tell all their friends well I have a feeling that's exactly what you're going to be doing when you call Dan Billingsley and the folks at heat wave because I know the job they do I know how important it is to them not just to come in and make sure your AC's working right but make sure that you understand how it works make sure that you understand why everything is so important and that you know it when they walk away you are more educated Catholic I feel today I'm certainly more educated I hope you have been as well Dan I really appreciate your time I really appreciate the great offer from newsradio WFLA listeners yeah you're welcome I was had a lot of fun here today and you know I'm happy to help your listeners and I look forward to servicing them in the future if you don't mind I can give that phone number out please do all right our phone number write this down is eight one three seven one zero five seven five seven seven one zero five seven five seven one more time it's eight one three seven one zero five seven five seven again it's a fifty eight point two up for thirty nine dollars it is common sense I'm getting one and you should too thank you for joining us today this has been the.

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"billingsley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"billingsley" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"W. I. S. anymore Billingsley definite show Jerry bought in for mark who's taken presidents day off he's back tomorrow big deal going on the state of Virginia with regard to second amendment rights and the Democrats that they won control of both houses of the Virginia legislature and the the governor's mansion remember a governor blackface Ralph Northam is sitting there and in Virginia they they thought the mandate was to have this big gun control a set of pieces of legislation a big gun control initiative which is resulted in a massive black backlash in owed state Virginia a small victory for the second amendment today in Virginia a bill got backed by Ralph north of the governor that would have banned the sale of assault style weapons in Virginia failed on a vote in committee this morning sending back one of the biggest priorities for newly minted Democrat controlled government in the state of Virginia this according to an article from fox news a crowd of gun rights activist packed into the committee room they cheered as the boat came in with for moderate Democrats joining Republicans to shelve the bill until next year heated exchanges over guns have dominated this year's legislative session in Virginia get this how big of a deal is this in some of the more rural counties in Virginia part of the fox article here good says as the debate over stricter gun laws rages on this in the state capital Richmond West Virginia lost not Virginia West Virginia lawmakers have signed a new legislation that would accept revolting Virginia counties and towns that want to join West Virginia the good and the extra few Virginia counties that were upset West Virginia delegate Gary hold discusses new legislation and if he agrees with some critics that perhaps a simple for her his brewing yell out in the state of Virginia Whitney Evans is a reporter for a local NPR affiliate in Virginia reporter that democratic senator Louise Lewis said quote you bunch of wimps at quarter after the vote results came in the assault weapons bill which was more moderate than previous proposals to all right ban possession of assault rifles or force owners to register them with police could not get the moderate Democrats needed to offer their support for to pass now here's why this is important much like Wisconsin in Virginia when you get away from the urban lefty centers of suburban Washington DC like Arlington Virginia Richmond the state capital and nor folk which is located right on the ocean the rest of the state is pretty much deep red in the twenty nineteen Virginia legislative elections there were a relatively large number of lefty Democrats who won in swing districts or even districts that have been historically conservative this was sort of the trunk backlash dynamic that pushed left YVR voter turnout in Virginia extraordinarily high now with the next set of Virginia legislative elections coming up in twenty twenty one these lefties from those swing districts are gravitating towards the posture that almost all politicians take which is the posture of saving their own jobs some of these Democrats realize that the radicals and a second amendment agenda that's been pursued in Virginia is deeply deeply deeply unpopular if you are gonna stand for we didn't elect you to go take away our guns in essence in other words what we are seeing in Virginia we saw this board and committee today was a show of force by conservatives and that show force has the lefties modifying their position and that's a very good thing may it spread across America for twelve newstalk eleven thirty W. I. ascent in the middle or the program we're gonna talk with the travesty among other things the travesty of Edgar became not facing federal charges it's time for rapid traffic.

Jerry Billingsley
"billingsley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"billingsley" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Nobody can teller explain to her one she just having to go through it on our own to a certain degree and then at the same time couple where he was a totally different perspective when I looked at cation her to imagine what they is parents flowing through when you're sitting there and and you're in virtually helpless to do anything for your child you know I'm sure they they suffered tremendously from having to watch the soccer and mine from the whole other flipside as fictive of where I felt like I was going to leave children my to me that's a huge dynamic and so those them to for she and I have a list of somebody else had to perish but through their gift look what they've done this this beautiful child was able to continue living I was able to continue being a pair and you're listening to Rick Billingsley and my goodness what empathy he has and should have I keep picturing the father on his hands and knees crying and the baby girl consoling her dad not knowing why because he didn't tell her I think a lot of us would tell in a lot of us wouldn't and that's individual parents decision if I had a really young kid I wouldn't tell is then they just worry like crazy and.

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"billingsley" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"billingsley" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The pistol back till they responded to receivers light resistant to here is still set up on the screen for the legal Billingsley that's and he gets what a play by Jordan glass go to grad transfer for a little over a huge hit that's the second time we've mentioned Glasgow this guy's a gamer the captain third brother to play here at Michigan four time big ten all American player the one I would imagine help them out on that screen play store down in San is a great transfer grad student it is fifty third and final team for Michigan little play by glass go under the gun with Harrison is right Mexico's bell Tyson improvements we stop one this time which is down the middle it is intended target Jaylen waddle he made the catch it would've been good for first down at the Michigan forty yard line instead of school down in ten of the Alabama putting universal to make its way on the field yeah we're having good for a first down and then probably more because Jaylen waterless Selectric with the ball in his hand he hasn't had a chance to return a point yet today for once he gets the ball in his hands so dangerous he's got to catch that football that was a drop the double Judy model was one on one he won the round but he's got to catch it my poor dear will put it away takes the snap boosted away right footed over the head of Donovan people's Jones account is that the seven excellent coverage by Alabama and it's down to the one yard line waiting for it he's here is it and a ninety nine yard field in front of Michigan after a perfectly placed fifty yard for nearby as our friend Pat McAfee would say that was great for the Brandon it really was not a good point it was just an excellent point by the governor and that's another thing I want to bring up with you we know this with Dixie but he always puts the stars out there for you love when star players are willing to play on special teams and kick and punt coverage absolutely adamantly on we mentioned earlier I think it was dividing Smith I mean first round town is a second team all American down there making the shot going see Patterson in the end zone on the Michigan block lettering on the G. of that type sun Haskins on his left hip when the one yard line first intense moment hi snappy grabs it hands up or has been screwed up about six seconds across the five in a good place to learn how to the eight yard line to fourteen forty Jennings chop them down to the ankles up for a seven yard game yeah you were being generous at the one yard line that's inside the one yard line Michigan was in gun formation just tell you having been in that part of the field many times in my career is not a great racking up that's exactly what you're looking for a nice positive run for about seven there on first down four minutes to play first quarter tied at seven seven nine three transaction today on the left hip Patterson Ben Mason the feedback that is right here is this now he ends up with Sade behind the blocking of his guard has a whole long before signing Bristol Tennessee close out across the fifteen and seventeen at the nineteen yard line by Christopher Allen the outside linebacker after eleven your game for a first down from Michigan yeah it's all smoke and mirrors behind the line of scrimmage but on the other side of the line of scrimmage down field this is just all full motion Bakalar style football fan breeders in the left guard that time was out in front as the lead blocker maybe five yards downfield cutting the defensive back is actually on the left to the Patterson the shot them first on incentives nineteen and takes the snap hands are filled in a patiently waiting for a whole rules rule across the twenty yard line inside the numbers to the twenty one where Christopher Allen is there for the stop after into your game Allen is taking the spot Terrell Louis had six sacks this season he and three one six minutes of the parents the NFL football these programs typically will have a lot of their players play in bowl games Michigan especially the last several years with a handful of first round picks just another shot gun looks to the near side Michigan beds for the signals a four wide receiver sent three spread to there website single line to the right high CPU surrounded them like a fly bill Tye snap three step drop plans once let's let those they love cycle by Mike Seaver still the president makes a grand and works his way up the field inside the numbers outside the houses in the has the percent of the twenty nine with Patrick Sir ten brings it down to the waist tie tack that Patrick sedan with the tax will not to play that his father Patrick Sir can I see many times John Payne manning and Marvin Harrison that's just that double under route the little five yard in route they go with four wide receivers there I think probably just to figure out what Alabama's reaction going to be you know what they want to do the rest of the day another shot got handoff let the Middlesex already has a surplus of thirty five for your line intently jump down into the living your game Mason the full back with an excellent block before a forty Jennings finally made the tackle for first down from Michigan Mister wise I love to watch full back play but it was also a good strong run by Chardonnay the freshman right up the guy right up the middle north south no fair Dodgin may start for him six carries fifty seven yards four times is one for ten plus already Jackson back in the backfield Lucy Liu running back hybrid is on the left with the Patterson he takes the stand play action fake what the back forty the city is to the to the big screen takes it for for yards to the Alabama twenty yard line really really well once again the freshman linebacker mentally the two Giles Jackson then looked around right back down to him on the field mail route with the right back in the red zone seventy seconds left opening quarter tied at seven my son has been selected the Patterson a shot gun the two receivers set is this the way I can pay back control under pressure and it looked like Donovan people's Jones told on top of it what have been people's Jones or perhaps the freshmen were still recovered by the offense second down it was people chose to on a desperate time was able to jump on top of it as he and Christian bore bore the defensive tackle for both cutting for the football is rescued by the wide receiver Barbara was the one who ended up hitting Patterson a chart that will lose its rule the fumble and it's a loss of four yards back to the twenty three yard line yeah Jim Harbaugh is furious and as he should be that was not a fumble in my estimation that's an incomplete pass great play by Barmore the nose tackle and now they may review this play because it ended up being a loss to the twenty four for second fourteen it could be second down and ten instead.

Billingsley
"billingsley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"billingsley" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"And what was it? What billingsley? What billy? And is what Bill you better not be making. These names episode helped me got me are you making that name up? I'm not Who is wanted wanted to. to lead Billingsley PGA tour. Tell you right now. I know there's no one Billingsley on the PGA tour right now. Those are the guys that put into place they prohibition. All right. So they put into place the prohibition of the press being out there covering the president. Right. All right. Maybe I believe that. Where are you? Getting watt Billingsley is on the PGA tour arm the PGA tour as it official right golfer. Oh, You yeah. see you've got you've really got to wait for the explanation and everything like that. All right. So what Billingsley and Leo Dugan? Even if I was going to believe all of this, which I don't even if I was going to believe all of this wasting time talking me for if you don't believe it. I do not believe in abandoning what billings as the guy that teases. What? This. Let's say there is a cat named what Billingsley. Thank you very much. Mr. for not calling us a liar. Calling us a liar two headed greeter. Well, in many ways, you are. All right. How I wish I could hang up everybody. Calm down. What Billingsley said no pictures on? The course, right? And the whole reason for that was on account. They had the pictures of the vigor of the behind. Oh. Shows me that the president doesn't want photographs of himself unflattering poses. I think it's something else. I think he has pictures of him golfing. That's it exactly. The president is on record as having criticize Brooke Obama for golfing. He doesn't want the press out there showing him golfing. Why would you really don't you? Don't get it to you. Presents one of the top notch golfer. He can be on the PGA kinda he's good. But he doesn't wanna be because he wanna to be president. Why would he want to keep the press from taking pictures of his, you know, monster shots and drain and drain? You know during that's what they call. You know sinking? Putt putt. Hey. Right. Give me a look like that Bobby about draining it and you're talking about the president. I know I'm not talking about him. Portraying tap the drain into snake. God. How dare you? Down over there. Did you strike him? No, I did not. I just pushed him. All right. You didn't hit him? No. I did not. Well, then what was he screaming for were you screaming though? I'm putting up a new screen. He's on the second story of our home putting screen up, and I pushed him and he thought he was going to fall. Oh boy. What does that mean? What are you trying to kill a man for God's sake? No, I'm saying he doesn't get the talk about the president United States during a steak, but you do I'm not talking about that just just drop it drop drop drop it..

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