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Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti

The Wisdom Podcast

05:33 min | 6 months ago

Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti

"And so in this country and I have a couple of characters coming in and true stars basically Chris. Moody and some don't remember Jay and Crystal Naughty has come up quite be in these podcast interviews I've been doing I think Barry, Magid mentioned him and a your a your friend Larry Rosenberg talked of Christianity quite a bit when we interviewed. So this'll be you know people who listen to this have been sort of encountering Shimon from different perspectives. So I was hoping you would tell us about the first time you met Krishnamurti was what was The first time I drove. By the stories rather charming, a friend of mine. I was living is a bachelor by the beach in a little apartment. In a bag of plastic, excuse me a paper sack ended up on my porch and in it where eight talks by Birdie, at the University of San Diego Nineteen Sixty eight. And a series of. Talks that the Ramdas just given in San Francisco a more or less than oral history of his journey to the east. And not having anything else to do I listen to these tapes over and over again for year, we just hang a little cassette on my bedroom door and listen so listen to. Alternately, between Rob Dawson. Story and then listen to Chris steaks and then I realized that found out that he was alive. And that he was living in, Ohio I for a good part of the year. I didn't even know that Ohio existed. It was two and a half hours north of Los Angeles Long Beach where I was living. So I, drove my though Orange Volkswagen up and sat in the audience and you know just that my first meeting was that was just just like everybody else sitting there going who is this guy? There's something riveting about what he has to say I don't get it. I don't understand in other something compelling. Often. Say IT'S A. Christie. gave me a headache. You know just because there was something oblique about what he was pointing to that I couldn't quite. Grass. So this happened for several years. I came up every year then when he gave his talks in Ohi- in the springtime. And then finally. When I showed up at the Grove where they he speaks or heads spoken throughout his life there in Ohio. Grove's trees there were video cameras read. Krishnamurti was quite shy about having his picture taken and didn't want to be the Sarah Attention. Etc.. For the same reason when I you know Buddha when for several hundred years after his passing, they didn't represent him as a person that represented him as the empty chair or footprints in the sand because for the same reason that didn't WanNa have pictures agents. Saint Saint so I'm a documentary filmmaker background in television. So I I asked the people that actually the woman that gave the announcements. If this was an house production just hired somebody they said, well, they hired somebody from from. Santa Barbara to record talks and I said well, I have some experience Navy I can help. And that led to a conversation. I've met with this woman her name is Evelyn Blau and have learn I became friends and so six months. Later we were playing going to Canada which was. A trip that Krishnamurti was going to visit one of the Sanders, their Canada. So that was my first real meeting one's. Going to his home in. Ohi- a times and then we actually started production of the first film that I did which was called A. Business the challenge of change. And it was the first biographical documentary that was on his life. Elections had just written the first of series of three different biographical books called the years of awakening which kind of exposed very early rather strange. USC early years how he was discovered. In quotes who is e? Etcetera Etcetera. Those books I read maybe twenty years ago those. Roads and. It was quite fascinating at a different time of meeting Krishnamurti than reading is his lectures very. Very different that again, that's the. I just finished writing and the Christian Rate Foundation is going to be publishing a book called. Unconditionally free and this is A. A sweeping history of Krishnamurti's talks from the very beginning, where did you come from? What is the mythology around the story? The all the kinds of things is the ASAKUSA society and then moving forward. What is the Mitra? Why was he had to be the new the next? The next? Buddha. ETC seper. So. Yeah. So that will be coming out in two months. So what was it about? So it seems like you had

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Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti

The Wisdom Podcast

04:12 min | 6 months ago

Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti

"And so in this country and I have a couple of characters coming in and true stars basically Chris. Moody and some don't remember Jay and Crystal Naughty has come up quite be in these podcast interviews I've been doing I think Barry, Magid mentioned him and a your a your friend Larry Rosenberg talked of Christianity quite a bit when we interviewed. So this'll be you know people who listen to this have been sort of encountering Shimon from different perspectives. So I was hoping you would tell us about the first time you met Krishnamurti was what was The first time I drove. By the stories rather charming, a friend of mine. I was living is a bachelor by the beach in a little apartment. In a bag of plastic, excuse me a paper sack ended up on my porch and in it where eight talks by Birdie, at the University of San Diego Nineteen Sixty eight. And a series of. Talks that the Ramdas just given in San Francisco a more or less than oral history of his journey to the east. And not having anything else to do I listen to these tapes over and over again for year, we just hang a little cassette on my bedroom door and listen so listen to. Alternately, between Rob Dawson. Story and then listen to Chris steaks and then I realized that found out that he was alive. And that he was living in, Ohio I for a good part of the year. I didn't even know that Ohio existed. It was two and a half hours north of Los Angeles Long Beach where I was living. So I, drove my though Orange Volkswagen up and sat in the audience and you know just that my first meeting was that was just just like everybody else sitting there going who is this guy? There's something riveting about what he has to say I don't get it. I don't understand in other something compelling. Often. Say IT'S A. Christie. gave me a headache. You know just because there was something oblique about what he was pointing to that I couldn't quite. Grass. So this happened for several years. I came up every year then when he gave his talks in Ohi- in the springtime. And then finally. When I showed up at the Grove where they he speaks or heads spoken throughout his life there in Ohio. Grove's trees there were video cameras read. Krishnamurti was quite shy about having his picture taken and didn't want to be the Sarah Attention. Etc.. For the same reason when I you know Buddha when for several hundred years after his passing, they didn't represent him as a person that represented him as the empty chair or footprints in the sand because for the same reason that didn't WanNa have pictures agents. Saint Saint so I'm a documentary filmmaker background in television. So I I asked the people that actually the woman that gave the announcements. If this was an house production just hired somebody they said, well, they hired somebody from from. Santa Barbara to record talks and I said well, I have some experience Navy I can help. And that led to a conversation. I've met with this woman her name is Evelyn Blau and have learn I became friends and so six months. Later we were playing going to Canada which was. A trip that Krishnamurti was going to visit one of the Sanders, their Canada. So that was my first real meeting one's. Going to his home in. Ohi- a times and then we actually started production of the first film that I did which was called A. Business the challenge of change. And it was the first biographical documentary

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"chris steak" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"chris steak" Discussed on WRVA

"V. Richmond Ruth's Chris steak house and Lexus of S. three young people over the last few months as we have announced the individual winners of a leadership award and Jordan carpenter from Atoka high school is not with us this morning good morning Jordan how you feeling I'm doing pretty good how are you I'm great and so glad that you are with us so it looks like a pretty successful academic career for you know we focus on academics athletics and extracurricular stuff and I I can't help but feel like for someone like you who seems pretty competitive the to get the the the final semester cut off mid way is like you know a runner in the middle of a marathon and they just call off the race and say nope sorry can't do it how you how you feel about things right now it was definitely unexpected but you know you deal with it day by day and finishing up time I've been making my great maintaining an open doctor did you did you have work I mean were you mailing things in for a while were you working remotely how did they do that at your school yeah everything was online so there you miss work for about three weeks and then started paying us for eighteen games and things like that so we're in the middle of taking those now he's thinking was it tough to transition from being in the classroom to doing things remotely hi anecdotally I heard some people just kind of blew it off C. dedicated enough of National Honor Society in everything you seem dedicated enough to Jude stay focused yeah it was wasn't too bad most of our work was still online on even when you were in school so just making sure I stay on top of the nagging distracting so it worked out really well yeah well tell me about your athletic career real quick because I know a lot of our folks are really focused on that and I see you've got a page full of accolades here right earn so I started on varsity my freshman year in there from there and you can't working and then finished out my senior year getting first team all region second team all metro second team all state and first team operates so this worked really hard my teammates christening records with me and you know now we well it's really an exceptional career have you decided what you're doing assuming everybody goes back to school in the fall where you're going to be right I'm playing basketball at the university of Maryland awesome well congratulations were really excited to have you on the air and you know we applaud you for your hard work and your dedication and we hope this admitted that make up for the graduation ceremony but we want people in central Virginia and other folks like you who have worked really hard to achieve on such a great level we know we'll talk to you again with some more super achievements going forward Jordan carpenter from Atoka high school are Lexus award winner today thanks Jordan HM revenue all right on this Wednesday morning let's get a check on sports from Gary Hess five Hey good morning John.

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"chris steak" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

13:00 min | 10 months ago

"chris steak" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"What is the point of bailing out banks or they're just gonna loan back the money that doesn't exist to us again it seems like it's a house of cards that could end the end wind up hurting more people than than the disease Republicans say that the urgency around this bill the only folks at the emergency around our folks like Ruth's Chris steak house leader McConnell to our cities and states are cops and firemen and teachers eighty eight Kohl's co order to C. two shiny the for our final news roundup and information overload it's simple man and when you hear that it can only mean one thing news roundup information overload our all things bill o'reilly dot coms Mr o'reilly Sir are you still social distancing which I think is probably easy but are you wearing your mask are you going out or you you basically sheltering in place what's going on how are you Sir all right number one I like this her number on the social distancing addy is telling his vast audiences that no one would want to hang with the Riley and all that stuff I'm just trying to be exactly this week he said the master made me look better no I said I understood why you would want to wear one I didn't call you ugly I never wore things are beautiful our times implying that I'm a murderer you know system used to it now well let's get to that after we run down my resume of and I met my philosophy is that I am cooperating in law last to beat this virus down so therefore I do have this six feet tall and when I go out to pick up food or anything I give my credit card and dance so I have to spend any time I just go in and get a bag and I go back to the car I don't wear the mask because they really don't go in anywhere where there are the people I do wear the mask and I go grocery shopping every week at least once or twice and you know what bill the guys that stock the shelves they they don't need to re open because they've been there at the epicenter of this the whole time with their masks and gloves on in all of us and sustaining us without them we wouldn't have stock shelves and they're all healthy I talk to them every week well I would pay money to watch you go grocery shopping number one yeah exactly what does that mean I just want to know what you do by chocolate milk was that no I'm not coming in very simple man when it comes to my diet you know I'm like man arek sick because I want to lose weight and I did now I'm live at dinner with you though I you don't want to get your hand in between Hannity and as for just want to tell everybody that anyway you know I'm a I'm a guy who believes that the public health is in danger and I am gonna do everything I can to make sure that the transmission is not spread by me or anybody I know and I think that's what ninety percent of Americans are doing I do it because I thought of when I go out and I'm outside I find like a cloudless is it when you're indoors too much I hate it and so be it just getting out doing chores going around talking to people which I do because I never showed up but I'm like you and I want but I wear because I want others to be safe I ran your ideas up the flag pole R. I spoke with Randy Levine R. and I because I want Yankee Stadium to open I want to have I want to have people bite get tickets arm and I think if we have temperature checks well let me back track if everyone that works at Yankee Stadium the players coaches trainers ticket takers food handlers all get cold it nineteen tested before the game and then everybody goes through they have these they've literally you can walk through it's like a turnstile temperature taker thing and everybody has to wear masks at the game you know he wants to open and I mentioned you said may fifteenth with just know it but nope no crowd at all yeah I want to get people in the seats as soon as possible so we're on the same page and safely he like your idea good because it should happen we need morale in this country but what I said today on bill o'reilly dot com is my lead story it's anarchy a verse is social distancing and that's my lead story I give it two more weeks and that's all the American public is going to be able to take and of course I back it up with facts last weekend in Orange County forty thousand people went to the beach honey ninety five degrees help all right the governor told him not to the local officials over not to they went no I'm not condoning it porting it that's an arcade so forty thousand people said blanket I'm going to the beach and blanket isn't what you said on it's a euphemism for another word and I saw that I saw what happened Michigan when the crazy governor there said you can't buy seeds and you can't go to your second house and I saw what happened last night in Brooklyn when they had a funeral for a rabbi and hundreds of people showed up and didn't do anything no dismissing at all so that tells me that we had about two more weeks of this lockdown and then people are going to go you know what I've had enough I'm gonna go out I'll be responsible but I'm going to go out and I really believe that's what's going to happen I I don't think you're wrong but I'm going to say this and it may surprise you I will urge anyone that does go out to continue to wear a mask and I'm gonna tell you I don't mind and they didn't do that at a funeral some of the needed well most of the funeral actually this was a and orthodox community that lost a rabbi and the mayors like threatening to arrest everybody most of the people that I saw had masks on and I would say I didn't see anybody in Huntington beach that had a mascot and I didn't see much social distancing either and I tried to shut it down it didn't work and I can tell you I would urge people to wear their masks I don't tell you what it's not for your sake probably the people young people your healthy I'm healthy we'd be okay but for others that we may come into contact with it when I get a list for them as long as it takes you know wouldn't I I don't want the country to reach a point where the population is rebelling against the public authorities I don't want that so I think that everybody has to understand that the tolerance level the people not being able to leave their homes it's coming to an end and reality is reality but it's going to happen so that we have to now switch and then all of our public officials have to say you get just as you said just as you said going out get away the mask and it may be an inconvenience you got to do it for other people and I think most Americans will respond to that first I got a also thank you for something and I read your piece earlier this week that the press should be quarantined look I I said in two thousand and seven and eight and you referred to your in your piece with Ted Koppel Ted Koppel the last time I let him interview me was over an hour he used in a minute and seven seconds and it was edited fake news because it made him look great and he didn't even include my answer and it really ticked me off but anyway I and I know he blames people like you and me for you know the the horror of injecting opinion into news which is what about talk show host does we are talk show hosts and I I found it interesting but journalism is dead bill we have an information crisis in the country they are so agenda driven now an extension state run television state run newspapers they're all things extreme democratic socialist and they hate Donald Trump and that's it and it's ninety nine percent of them well you know you're you want me to talk about the new thing with the New York times are not yet no I absolutely feel free I'm I'm mom I am very happy where I stand at this present moment and stay tuned okay so here's my take is that Hannity versus New York times thing what The New York Times did was your response hello and it was done on purpose heard Sean Hannity that's we start it's almost exactly the same as what they did to Serra Pailin in two thousand seventeen the lawsuit is set to begin on June twenty second here in New York City all right Taylor is suing The New York Times because the times implied that she and her political action committee were responsible for six people being gunned down in Arizona now that's absurd it's insane but that's what the new York times did the deer ties will lose that lawsuit I don't believe I don't know how much criminal get because she's a public figure it very hard for public figures to get damages but it's exactly the same as what they did to you there are scribing a death to something that they didn't say I don't know the interesting factually they're wrong that's really putting their paper and and there were three separate times they were informed by me of my timeline I am a big Nordic and that was the guy didn't take the cruise told me they took the cruise March first according my comments March ninth they are factually wrong that's right and you proved it because you have it on the tape so it is not like a he said she said so you watch the Pailin thing impaling wins all right then you're going to win because it's the same case no nickel salmon the high school kid in Covington Kentucky he's also suing a New York times he's going to be a billionaire that kid he got millions from CNN they won't say how much but it's millions and he's also suing The New York Times because they did exactly the same thing to him they tried to hurt him and this is we talking about a sixteen year old kid because he wore a maggot hat so the newspaper he tried to hurt him that's what this all comes down to it comes down to we wanna hurt bill o'reilly and for twenty years they try to do that we want to hurt Sean Hannity we wanna hurt Serra Pailin we wanna heard Donald Trump we're gonna use our power and our constitutional exceptions to do that one sec it's into a lawsuit then that's malice so I hope you win I hope you expose them in a deposition where they're going to have to come in it's going to be unbelievable because then it if they lie under oath you can get him for perjury so that's my take on it I'm glad you had the guts to do it most people don't and good luck there is there's there's so much going on here at this moment right now we're at a crossroads when you have media and there's a reason I say they were mobbed because it's a mob set of the mop mop mindset and it's almost like who can be the most are the biggest haters of trump no I hate hate hate trump no no no I hate hate hate triple eight double eight quadruple he trump it is you know they're all trying to out hate every you know be the bigger hater and they've lost all perspective stay right there bill o'reilly dot com all things bill o'reilly quick break by the way we've made available.

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"chris steak" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"chris steak" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Went to small businesses and as a result many small businesses were shut out of the money Ruth's Chris steak house among the companies getting million so we shake shack they have since returned that money so have the Lakers they are returned a four point six million dollars small business loan which they received from that government program but after reports of several larger highly capitalized entities had been securing aid from the program while hundreds of thousands of smaller businesses were shut out the Lakers were among those businesses that want up returning that money which they got through loopholes in the legislation that was put together so quickly speaking of the NBA it was gearing up to unlock the doors to some of its practice facilities at the end of the week but Monday came and they decided to pump the brakes on that plan the association was given the green light to teams in states where stay at home restrictions were being used they could open facilities for individual workouts but then came concerns that shares in states that still have restrictions in place for example could then start traveling to states that don't so the NBA has pushed the date back by a week to mate H. E. S. P. N. insider Edward Terrell ski teams have to the society even in areas where they're allowed to open the facility whether they want to travel she like Atlanta's GM told me today that he plans to wait a couple weeks of value wait how the loosening of stayed home orders in Georgia impax the virus in that community before they decide to even open their doors other teams are approaching it that way there's still a long long way to go before you're going to see NBA teams actually together in facilities looking toward restarting season ESPN insider Brian Windhorst says regardless of whether its facilities opening this week or next week or next month we're going to run into a lack of parity and fairness this isn't just about practice facilities and this is going to be an issue going forward because where we're going as a country has where there's different rules in different states where we're possibly could have the the the the the typically the rule of tenet of getting people together lifted in one place and not the other for you may be able to get together with fifty or a hundred here but not get together with more than a few people there and that could affect more games are going to possibly be played with or without fans this is a mess for the NBA I don't know how they're gonna clean up there is no precedent here but I'm in a place right now monographs go where there was never stay home order and Doug McDermott who lives here place the Pacers he's been able to practice this whole time so it's not been on a level playing field for anybody and this is going to continue to be a political issue more than a sports issue not just today but maybe two months three months even six months from now one of the team that's been in the discussion the Atlanta Hawks as you heard from loads but even before the NBA made its announcement on Monday to push the date back the hawks had said that they would wait to open their facility until they had a better sense of how the loosening of the stay at home measures in Georgia what impact the region as a whole for general night ESPN radio speaking of basketball we learned in the latest episode of the last dance on Sunday there's still no love lost between the bulls and the purpose of Michael Jordan still it's the bad boy pistons more than three decades after their intense rivalry which included multiple playoff matchups against each other before the bulls finally came through and won in nineteen ninety one the infamous Eastern Conference finals where the pistons did not shake the hands of the bowls and Isaiah Thomas admitting but he paid a heavy price for that snob lamb beer as a co captain in one of our leaders said Hey this is how we're going to respond to the DM talking so negatively about us after game three in saying that we did not earn it we did not deserve it we wasn't worthy of being champions after the journey that we have taken to Boston L. A. so forth and so on emotionally mentally we were all in the place Hey that really hurt because one think of Phil Jackson to speak that way about a champion for Michael Jordan at that time who hadn't become a champion he had one yet and for him to pass judgment key word for him to pass judgment on our team and us as individuals you have heard and that's the context of us leading up to saying okay we just kind of walk off and and and be done with Isaiah Thomas in retrospect now three decades later saying it was an action in the moment that he regrets and feels even worse knowing that that was likely one of the reasons that he was left off the Olympic Dream Team a year later in nineteen ninety two I say Thomas regrets the moves hello pistons teammate bill Laimbeer does not earlier on the jump when championships that's all that would matter to us our style of play was inner we called it ugly and.

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"chris steak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"chris steak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Went to small businesses and as a result many small businesses were shut out of the money Ruth's Chris steak house among the companies getting billion so we shake shack they have since returned that money so have the Lakers they are returned a four point six million dollars small business loan which they received from that government program but after reports of several larger highly capitalized entities had been securing aid from the program while hundreds of thousands of smaller businesses were shut out the Lakers were among those businesses that want up returning that money which they got through loopholes in the legislation that was put together so quickly speaking of the NBA it was gearing up to unlock the doors to some of its practice facilities at the end of the week but Monday came and they decided to pump the brakes on that plan the association was given the green light to teams in states where stay at home restrictions were being used they could open facilities for individual workouts but then came concerns that shares in states that still have restrictions in place for example could then start traveling to states that don't so the NBA has pushed the date back by a week to may eighth ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski teams have to decide even in areas where they're allowed to open the facility whether they want to travel she like Atlanta's GM told me today that he plans to wait a couple weeks of value wait how the loosening of stayed home orders in Georgia impacts the virus in that community before they decide to even open their doors other teams are approaching it that way there's still a long long way to go before you're going to see NBA teams actually together in facilities looking toward restarting season ESPN insider Brian Windhorst says regardless of whether its facilities opening this week or next week or next month we're going to run into a lack of parity and fairness this isn't just about practice facilities and this is going to be an issue going forward because where we're going as a country has where there's different rules in different states where we're possibly could have the the the the the typically the rule of tenet of getting people together lifted in one place and not the other for you may be able to get together with fifty or a hundred here but not get together with more than a few people there and that could affect where games are going to possibly be played with or without fans this is a message for the NBA I don't know how they're gonna clean up there is no precedent here but I'm in a place right now wanna Brzesko where there was never stay home order and Doug McDermott who leaves your place for the Pacers he's been able to practice this whole time so it's not been on a level playing field for anybody and this is going to continue to be a political issue more than a sports issue not just today but maybe two months three months even six months from now one of the teams have been in the discussion the Atlanta Hawks as you heard from loads but even before the NBA made its announcement on Monday to push the date back the hawks had said that they would wait to open their facility until they had a better sense of how the loosening of the stay at home measures in Georgia what impact the region as a whole more general night ESPN radio speaking of basketball we learned in the latest episode of the last dance on Sunday there's still no love lost between the bulls and the purpose of Michael Jordan still it's the bad boys persons more than three decades after their intense rivalry which included multiple playoff matchups against each other before the bulls finally came through and won in nineteen ninety one the infamous Eastern Conference finals where the pistons did not shake the hands of the bowls and Isaiah Thomas admitting but he paid a heavy price for that snob when lamb beer as a co captain in one of our leaders said Hey this is how we're going to respond to them talking so negatively about us after game three in saying that we did not earn it we did not deserve it we wasn't worthy of being champions after the journey that we have taken to Boston LA so forth and so on emotionally mentally we were all thrown in the place Hey that really hurt because when I think of Phil Jackson to speak that way about a champion photo Michael Jordan at that time who hadn't become a champion he had one here and for him to pass judgment key word for him to pass judgment on our team and us as individuals you have heard and that's the context of us leading up to saying okay we just kind of walk off and be done with Isaiah Thomas in retrospect now three decades later saying it was an action in the moment that he regrets and feels even worse knowing that that was likely one of the reasons that he was left off the Olympic Dream Team a year later in nineteen ninety two I say to Thomas regrets the moves hello prisons teammate bill Laimbeer does not earlier on the jump we win championships that's all that would matter to us our style of play was interview called.

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"chris steak" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"chris steak" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Went to small businesses and as a result many small businesses were shut out of the money Ruth's Chris steak house among the companies getting million so we shake shack they have since returned that money so have the Lakers they are returned a four point six million dollars small business loan which they received from that government program but after reports of several larger highly capitalized entities had been securing aid from the program while hundreds of thousands of smaller businesses were shut out the Lakers were among those businesses that wound up returning that money which they got through loopholes in the legislation that was put together so quickly speaking of the NBA it was gearing up to unlock the doors to some of its practice facilities at the end of the week but Monday came and they decided to pump the brakes on that plan the association was given the green light to teams in states where stay at home restrictions were being used they could open facilities for individual workouts but then came concerns that shares in states that still have restrictions in place for example could then start traveling to states that don't so the NBA has pushed the date back by a week to make H. E. S. P. N. side a raid rewards around ski teams have to the society even in areas where they're allowed to open the facility whether they want to travel she like Atlanta's GM told me today that he plans to wait a couple weeks of value wait how the loosening of stayed home orders in Georgia impax the virus in that community before they decide to even open their doors other teams are approaching it that way there's still a long long way to go before you're going to see NBA teams actually together in facilities looking toward restarting season ESPN insider Brian Windhorst says regardless of whether it's specialties opening this week or next week or next month we're gonna run into a lack of parity and fairness this isn't just about practice facilities and this is going to be an issue going forward because where we're going as a country has where there's different rules in different states where we're possibly could have the the the the the typically the rule of ten if getting people together lifted one place and not the other for you may be able to get together with fifty or a hundred here but not get together with more than a few people there and that could affect where games are going to possibly be played with or without fans this is a mess for the NBA I don't know how they're gonna clean up there is no precedent here but I'm in a place right now I'm on a brass go where there was never stay home order and Doug McDermott who lives here place the Pacers he's been able to practice this whole time so it's not been on a level playing field for anybody hi this is going to continue to be a political issue more than a sports issue not just today but maybe two months three months even six months from now one of the team that's been in the discussion the Atlanta Hawks as you heard from loads but even before the NBA made its announcement on Monday to push the date back the hawks had said that they would wait to open their facility until they had a better sense of how the loosening of the stay at home measures in Georgia what impact the region as a whole for general night ESPN radio speaking of basketball we learned in the latest episode of the last dance on Sunday there's still no love lost between the bulls and the purpose of Michael Jordan still leads the bad boy pistons more than three decades after their intense rivalry which included multiple playoff matchups against each other before the bulls finally came through and won in nineteen ninety one the infamous Eastern Conference finals where the pistons did not shake the hands of the bulls and Isaiah Thomas admitting but he paid a heavy price for that snob when lamb beer as a co captain in one of our leaders said Hey this is how we're going to respond to the DM talking so negatively about us after game three in saying that we did not earn it we did not deserve it we wasn't worthy of being champions after the journey that we have taken to Boston L. A. so forth and so on emotionally mentally we were all in the place Hey that really hurt because one thing the Phil Jackson to speak that way about a champion both the Michael Jordan at that time who hadn't become a champion he had one yet and for him to pass judgment key word for him to pass judgment on our team and us as individuals they have heard and that's the context of us leading up to saying okay we just kind of walk off and and and be done with Isaiah Thomas in retrospect now three decades later saying it was an action in the moment that he regrets and feels even worse knowing that that was likely one of the reasons that he was left off the Olympic Dream Team a year later in nineteen ninety two Isaiah Thomas regrets the moves hello pistons teammate bill Laimbeer does not earlier on the jump where winter temperatures so that's all that would matter to us our style of play was interview called ugly and.

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"chris steak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"chris steak" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Went to small businesses and as a result many small businesses were shut out of the money Ruth's Chris steak house among the companies getting billion so we shake shack they have since returned that money so have the Lakers they are returned a four point six million dollars small business loan which they received from that government program but after reports of several larger highly capitalized entities had been securing aid from the program while hundreds of thousands of smaller businesses were shut out the Lakers were among those businesses that want up returning that money which they got through loopholes in the legislation that was put together so quickly speaking of the NBA it was gearing up to unlock the doors to some of its practice facilities at the end of the week but Monday came and they decided to pump the brakes on that plan the association was given the green light to teams in states where stay at home restrictions were being used they could open facilities for individual workouts but then came concerns that shares in states that still have restrictions in place for example could then start traveling to states that don't so the NBA has pushed the date back by a week to make eight the SP insider Edwards around ski teams have to the society even in areas where they're allowed to open the facility whether they want to travel she like Atlanta's GM told me today that he plans to wait a couple weeks of value wait how the loosening of stayed home orders in Georgia impacts the virus in that community before they decide to even open their doors other teams are approaching it that way there's still a long long way to go before you're going to see NBA teams actually together in facilities looking toward restarting season ESPN insider Brian Windhorst says regardless of whether it's facilities opening this week or next week or next month we're going to run into all lack of parity and fairness this isn't just about practice facilities and this is going to be an issue going forward because where we're going as a country has where there's different rules in different states where we're possibly could have the the the the the typically the rule of tenet of getting people together lifted in one place and not the other for you may be able to get together with fifty or a hundred here but not get together with more than a few people there and that could affect more games are going to possibly be played with or without fans this is a mess for the NBA I don't know how they're gonna clean up there is no precedent here but I'm in a place right now wanna Brzesko where there was never stay home order and Doug McDermott who leaves your place for the Pacers he's been able to practice this whole time so it's not been on a level playing field for anybody and this is going to continue to be a political issue more than a sports issue not just today but maybe two months three months even six months from now one of the teams have been in the discussion the Atlanta Hawks as you heard from loads but even before the NBA made its announcement on Monday to push the date back the hawks had said that they would wait to open their facility until they had a better sense of how the loosening of the stay at home measures in Georgia what impact the region as a whole more general night ESPN radio speaking of basketball we learned in the latest episode of the last dance on Sunday there's still no love lost between the bulls and the purpose of Michael Jordan still it's the bad boy pistons more than three decades after their intense rivalry which included multiple playoff matchups against each other before the bulls finally came through and won in nineteen ninety one the infamous Eastern Conference finals where the pistons did not shake the hands of the bulls and Isaiah Thomas admitting but he paid a heavy price for that snob when lamb beer as a co captain in one of our leaders say Hey this is how we're going to respond to them talking so negatively about us after game three in saying that we did not earn it we did not deserve it we wasn't worthy of being champions after the journey that we have taken Boston LA so forth and so on emotionally mentally we were all in the place Hey that really hurt because one thing to feel Jackson to speak that way about a champion of the Michael Jordan at that time who hadn't become a champion he had one yet and for him to pass judgment key word for him to pass judgment on our team and us as individuals you have heard and that's the context of us leading up to saying okay we just kind of walk often and can be done with Isaiah Thomas in retrospect now three decades later saying it was an action in the moment that he regrets and feels even worse knowing that that was likely one of the reasons that he was left off the Olympic Dream Team a year later in nineteen ninety two Isaiah Thomas regrets the moves hello Brzezinski made bill Laimbeer does not earlier on the jump we win championships that's all that would matter to us our style of play was interview called ugly.

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"chris steak" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"chris steak" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Went to small businesses and as a result many small businesses were shut out of the money Ruth's Chris steak house among the companies getting billion so we shake shack they have since returned that money so have the Lakers they are returned a four point six million dollars small business loan which they received from that government program but after reports of several larger highly capitalized entities had been securing aid from the program while hundreds of thousands of smaller businesses were shut out the Lakers were among those businesses that want up returning that money which they got through loopholes in the legislation that was put together so quickly speaking of the NBA it was gearing up to unlock the doors to some of its practice facilities at the end of the week but Monday came and they decided to pump the brakes on that plan the association was given the green light to teams in states where stay at home restrictions were being used they could open facilities for individual workouts but then came concerns that shares in states that still have restrictions in place for example could then start traveling to states that don't so the NBA has pushed the date back by a week to make H. ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski teams have to the society even in areas where they're allowed to open the facility whether they want to travel she like Atlanta's GM told me today that he plans to wait a couple weeks of value wait how the loosening of stayed home orders in Georgia impax the virus in that community before they decide to even open their doors other teams are approaching it that way there's still a long long way to go before you're going to see NBA teams actually together in facilities looking toward restarting a season ESPN insider Brian Windhorst says regardless of whether its facilities opening this week or next week or next month we're gonna run into all lack of parity and fairness this isn't just about practice facilities and this is going to be an issue going forward because where we're going as a country has where there's different rules in different states where we're possibly could have the the the the the typically the rule of ten if getting people together lifted in one place and not the other for you may be able to get together with fifty or a hundred here but not get together with more than a few people there and that could affect where games are going to possibly be played with or without fans this is a mess for the NBA I don't know how they're gonna clean up there is no precedent here but I'm in a place right now I'm on a brass go where there was never stay home order and Doug McDermott who leaves your place for the Pacers he's been able to practice this whole time so it's not been on a level playing field for anybody hi this is going to continue to be a political issue more than a sports issue not just today but maybe two months three months even six months from now one of the team that's been in the discussion the Atlanta Hawks as you heard from loads but even before the NBA made its announcement on Monday to push the date back the hawks had said that they would wait to open their facility until they had a better sense of how the loosening of the stay at home measures in Georgia what impact the region as a whole for general night ESPN radio speaking of basketball we learned in the latest episode of the last dance on Sunday there's still no love lost between the bulls and the purpose of Michael Jordan still leads the bad boy pistons more than three decades after their intense rivalry which included multiple playoff matchups against each other before the bulls finally came through and won in nineteen ninety one the infamous Eastern Conference finals where the pistons did not shake the hands of the bulls and Isaiah Thomas admitting but he paid a heavy price for that snob when lamb beer as a co captain in one of our leaders said Hey this is how we're going to respond to the DM talking so negatively about us after game three in saying that we did not earn it we did not deserve it we wasn't worthy of being champions after the journey that we have taken to Boston L. A. so forth and so on emotionally mentally we were all all in the place Hey that really hurt because one thing the Phil Jackson to speak that way about a champion both the Michael Jordan at that time who hadn't become a champion he had one yet and for him to pass judgment key word for him to pass judgment on our team and us as individuals you have heard and that's the context of us leading up to saying okay we just kind of walk off and and and be done with Isaiah Thomas in retrospect now three decades later saying it was an action in the moment that he regrets and feels even worse knowing that that was likely one of the reasons that he was left off the Olympic Dream Team a year later in nineteen ninety two Isaiah Thomas regrets the moves hello Brzezinski made bill Laimbeer does not earlier on the jump weird Wintrich ships that's all that would matter to us our style of play was interviewed called ugly.

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"chris steak" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:54 min | 11 months ago

"chris steak" Discussed on WSB-AM

"In the area Ruth's Chris steak house I don't know why what the news keeps telling me I'm supposed to be mad at I don't know who to be mad at Ruth's Chris who else is involved the name is that Ruth Sir is it Chris well that's the thing I always I'm assuming at some point it was Chris Chris is steak house yeah and then then then Ruth took it over and said well I don't want to lose the christening but I got to know roofs involved now so it's kind of a weird soda you said Ruth's Chris steak but all I know is that the media's telematics posed to hate those guy mad mad at that steakhouse well never they're delicious Baader laden stakes yeah but thanks I'm so mad at those butter steaks well at west Mostar later I'd I don't get this at all I sometimes I don't know if I'm just a if I'm contrarian by nature I don't I don't get all this anger I don't under I don't think the thing going in was that big corporations are supposed to pay for this I thought the whole concept was the government's telling you you have to close your business therefore the government is going to take care of you now if if if Ruth's Chris steak house got in there before mom pops and that's the legislation wasn't written properly right that but I I don't when did we decide that all rich people are supposed to pay for this when the government told them they're not allowed to open their business what they got way more money than other people now they just got money they got their money well they got the percentage that they okay if you're if you're twenty two you're French right but if you're a franchise the idea was five hundred or less employees one of your franchises as big as that or state check sticks at stake what is it check check check check check then you have a lot of different establishments from five hundred or or or lower and the legislators just have seen this coming in knowing that it was going to be there worked it out so that everybody could have gotten what they what they wanted so it didn't work out and a lot of people got screwed I guess I just don't I don't I didn't I didn't I was not made to understand that even though bigger companies hadn't done anything wrong just like no one else had done anything wrong business wise to end up in this situation I thought we were just covering everybody and if somebody got the line before somebody else it seems to me like his group if he's still around Israel has to get on the phone and say Hey has every mom pop gotten their money first because now I'd like to apply for my twenty million here should you need it I think it out it goes back to the same old things that sell you know that as far or get clicks lately I've been seeing this try to turn this into a racial thing somehow because more African Americans die but but you know what's not to make it no more men didn't die more men died in women that's not being turned into a thing what I supposed to do with that story that more African Americans I first of all I know enough about viruses to know they don't care they're killing this is something I know about viruses they don't care they they they want to kill it will kill anything they can but it's like the people who write stories always go back to the thing that they know I guess well let's look at the racial component of this where you can't blame it on anybody it's a damn virus you know some people if I don't hear anyone going oh my god generalize this is horrible more men are dying than women who cares this must be this must be what it was the opposite Mr a missing during this standard miss miss Sandra this is a messenger three is something like that but I ran track miss centric miss Sandra that was my third grade teacher my home room teacher miss Andric it just it just the times like this when the story is something different and reporters keep bringing it back to the things that they've been using in the past you realize they just don't have they don't have the where with all they don't have the ability to just report on something new and different well how does this break down by race how does it but nobody cares about I believe me if more women were dying than men am I wrong I can't prove a negative I think that that would be a big story if more women but but more men are dying the women so it's not just a story yeah mentored them who cares yeah it's a Hey if there's any silver lining here okay let's do this hi it's Paul Stanley and this is for family present the latest music and entertainment news only on the bottom half the doctor you know not all standing up here but it might be something else you know when it when you're breaking everything down by equality and gender and everything I'm just here from LA it's fine Paul hi Paul I know you flew in I just want to bring this up then you know they they always to make it seem like what we want is a quality on everything right which sounds like yeah of course by the all what is this right wing radio idiot about to say now about the quality but some things you don't fight for equality for instance I think it's something like eighty five or ninety percent of people who die in the workplace are men do women just say Hey dad we are changed ninety percent of the people dying in the workplace man that's got to go to fifty fifty nobody fights for that now it's on to point out that just being a variant yes that makes the world better yeah well turns out men men are more likely to work in very dangerous jobs how dare you well it's just the way it turns out that walking is very dangerous and we gotta do something we got some I will not be as it as as a feminist I will not be happy until we bring that to it's a fifty percent of the people who are in the workplace are women all right Paul Stanley I have to explain here because we have a lot of new people our audience is growing and by leaps and bounds I heard him talking about all the way out there telling her they all are it's on all the radio blocks out here absolutely are you reading a lot of those Paul Stanley came to me last year and he said you know what I'm I've promised that this is really going to be our final final Tor and when it's over I'll be relatively young and I just want something to do and I I enjoy reporting I like entertainment news so I said Hey you come here every once in awhile to dip your toe in the water give us entertainment news you know I mean you'll probably end up but you know like access Hollywood or something could you start right here right to be on television I want to be on the radio I have a passion for radio one of the things I did when I was young if I would listen to Larry king and you know all those great guys that night I remember Bob Hope with on the radio with no let's see on the radio I don't remember the name but I don't know if I can Paul Staley was of the entertainment news so guys you know they do NASCAR you know that's the racing you know people yeah they they have races now on the weekends but they're not real big the driver's seat and they play video games and they have this called iRacing yeah I rarely have to use the rise to see I imagine I can coordinate their important it is yes you know one driver one driver ruined his career this Kyle Larson was really great driver and he but during the set up he he Maki I don't know how long he used the N. word I guess joking around and it went out and he lost his job not it he lost his job because of his behavior and I race virtual racing and he lost his real racing job so this is a very serious deal it is serious and and well you know this is a light hearted out you know to lead into this this story you know Denny Hamlin right he won what do you mean the Daytona five hundred this year is up quite a winner these were the top drivers who drives the fed ex vehicle number eleven if he gets the packages there really fast yes he does why don't they all drive to the race card could you imagine they could beat out you PS the ram the phone but anyway that's not why I'm here so he was playing but he had to stop playing with guys who've daughter who's seven years old she walked in she wanted to play a Tory huh Atari the sixty six years old you want to put it what did you whatever the video games she came in and interrupted what was going on you know with Q. and you know we had to stop and you know I remember this he was actually he was having a pretty good race they were virtual racing at Talladega and all of a sudden he was twenty three laps down and the announcer said that his daughters came in and started messing around in the screen went blank we have the moment there.

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Lawmakers Pass Pandemic Stimulus Bill and Debate Another

WSJ What's News

00:28 sec | 11 months ago

Lawmakers Pass Pandemic Stimulus Bill and Debate Another

"A four hundred eighty four billion dollar stimulus. Bill is now on the way to the president with a signature expected today. The bill includes more money for small business relief and aid for hospitals and Testing House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi today was historic day for us to once again path are now fourth bipartisan legislation to address Corona virus crisis. We're very pleased with the vote. Three eighty eight to five the owner of Ruth's Chris. Steak houses says it is refunding twenty million dollars in money from a previous pandemic stimulus package. The Treasury Department has asked publicly traded companies to return funding from the program following criticism from small independent businesses. That they missed out on the last round of aid. The new money isn't even out the door and lawmakers are already debating what's needed next among Democrats Republicans and the trump administration. There are sharp differences. Over what should be in the package and whether another package is even needed are Jalen spoke to journal Congressional reporter Natalie Andrews. Democrats wanted to get more money for states and local municipalities that have been affected by the pandemic into the bill that passed on Thursday. They were unsuccessful in negotiating that. And we'll definitely be pushing for it in this in any sort of future legislation. That is a sticking point Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority Leader has said that he would support changes in federal law to allow states to file for bankruptcy instead of necessarily giving more money adding more money to the deficit. The governors have loudly disagreed with that Maryland. Governor Larry Hogan who is a Republican and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo a Democrat have said that they believe that there needs to be five hundred billion dollars to cover. The costs for states states are really facing just enormous cost. They're responding to the pandemic while also looking at unemployment in their states and so they're losing the tax revenue that they usually depend on to provide for services such as first responders Many states have pension systems that they need to fund. Those are all suffering right now with the next potential stimulus. Bill include more payments to tax payers. Nancy Pelosi win. I spoke to her on Wednesday said that she does see a need for more direct payments to individuals some other lawmakers have also called for that as well and there's also some perhaps more creative proposals out there than just a straight check. Some people are calling for some sort of paycheck guarantee in order to allow people to continue receiving the money that they have been making so I would imagine that if the next bill heats up and if economy is still in the same place that will definitely be part of this conversation and you know a fourth phase of stimulus would create an interesting scenario where the White House is at odds with Senate Republicans true. The White House has put out a list of things they're looking for. The president sent a tweet a few days ago. That had a whole list of things including infrastructure We interviewed House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday. She said she thought infrastructure was for down the road that right now. The legislation needed to focus on mitigation. But she did say that. There are certain things infrastructure wise that the pendulum is highlighting such as the need to expand broadband access in rural areas with so many people working from home and kids trying to do school at home. It really shows that there are limitations to access and broadband. She also talked about the need for clean water so there could be some consensus between the president and Speaker Pelosi and not necessarily Senate Republicans who are not wanting to spend more money that was Natalie Andrews speaking with chair Waylon new reporting

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Small Business Rescue Earned Banks $10 Billion In Fees

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:53 min | 11 months ago

Small Business Rescue Earned Banks $10 Billion In Fees

"Right now small businesses are desperate for loans. Congress allocated three hundred and forty nine billion dollars for small businesses. That money was gone in less than two weeks but not all of it went to small businesses around. Ten billion dollars went to banks to cover processing fees. Npr's Laura Sullivan has been looking into financial records. Good Morning Laura. Good morning at ten billion dollars is a lot of money. What are banks doing to to earn that money? So banks like J. P. Morgan Chase Bank of America. Pnc and dozens of others are processing the loans. They're essentially the middlemen. They take the applications from their small business clients and they funnel those requests up to the Small Business Administration which approves the loan and what's important to note here. Is that the money the banks are getting for? Their clients isn't their money. I mean this isn't bank money. This is taxpayer money. Taxpayers are funding loans for small businesses to cover things like payroll rent and utilities during the crisis. Okay something for taxpayers to think about. Let me ask you. What's the incentives for the banks to process all these small business loans so fees? We took a deep dive into the public financial records of companies and banks and we found the banks are making billions of dollars in fees. According to the programs rules banks can take anywhere from one to five percent of the entire loan and keep it as a fee depending on how much the loan is worth so any loan up to three hundred fifty thousand dollars. The banks get five percent of that money alone between two million ten million dollars. The banks get one percent of that money so for example the parent company of. Ruth's Chris Steak House. Got A ten million dollar loan from the program J. P. Morgan Chase which according to financial records process that loan thought one hundred thousand dollar fee for this one time transaction and remember these loans. Carry no risk for J. P. Morgan or the other banks. It's taxpayer. Money guaranteed by the small business administration and the loans require less work. The government is required unless vetting compared to WANNA bank lending its own money now banks do normally get fees for processing. Sba loans but not in this volume with these dollar amounts were over a two week period. And you've been looking into it in the dollar amount that you've found as I said is a ten billion dollars have gone to bank so far. Yes bring you break down. The value of the loans and use the formula government established is adds up to more than ten billion dollars in fees that went to the banks just in the past two weeks. So what are the banks saying banks saying? Well look. We're doing our job. We're supposed to get paid. So we reached out to some of the biggest banks involved in the program including PNC JP P. Morgan Bank of America. Some said they have to pay for thousands of employees that are working twelve eighteen hour days to get the loans push through and are now preparing or hoping for Congress to authorize another round. They said while betting might not be as thorough as it would be a regular bank loan. There is still significant document take like document. Collection Review Wells. Fargo says it's going to donate its money to charity but it was required to do that. As part of a government agreement falling problems bank had in two thousand eighteen. None of the other banks have said they intend to follow suit. So there's a really interesting question here. Which is that you know. Thousands of small businesses said. They were shut out. They couldn't get loans. Is there a reason to think that they didn't get loans? Because the banks knew they could make more in fees if they just worked with clients with really really large loans there are currently five class action lawsuits in California and New York alleging. Just that and the data does suggest more large loans were process before smaller loans but bank say that is simply not true. J. P. Morgan for one says they had different offices handling different loan sizes and there were simply fewer large loans so they were able to get through more them.

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Business owner applied 4 times for Paycheck loan — nothing

The Takeaway

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Business owner applied 4 times for Paycheck loan — nothing

"Small business owners remain some of the hardest hit by covert nineteen help the federal government with three hundred forty nine billion dollars behind paycheck protection program back in March as part of its corona virus relief package run by the small business administration the program was designed to provide forgivable loans to small businesses to stay afloat during the pandemic but on Thursday yes BA announced that the money ran out and that the program would no longer be taking applications a lot of small businesses around the country were shut out frankly we don't even know how many meanwhile many big chain restaurants were able to secure loans like potbelly sandwich shop Ruth's Chris steak

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Angry small businesses: Shake Shack gets money but we don't?

Jim Bohannon

00:33 sec | 11 months ago

Angry small businesses: Shake Shack gets money but we don't?

"Ruth's Chris steak house harbored in the burger chain shake shack just a few of the big entities the cut payroll protection program money using a loophole while many small business owners left with nothing in the program ran out of cash shake shack is now returning it's ten million dollar government handout the very people who see the needed aren't getting it as soon as we get understand that we have other access to capital we had the opportunity to take care of our company for the long term we are returning our ten million Czech Czech CEO Randy Garutti on

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Under Fire, Shake Shack Returns $10 Million in Small Business Funds

Business Wars Daily

03:45 min | 11 months ago

Under Fire, Shake Shack Returns $10 Million in Small Business Funds

"Big news yesterday. Burger chains shake shack is returning. It's ten million dollars. Pp loan that people of course is short for the payment protection program. That's part of the Federal Government's cares act. It was touted as a bailout for small business. The low interest loans forgivable if at least three quarters of the money is used to keep workers on payroll but a number of large publicly traded companies including certain shake shack managed to get multimillion dollar loans before the program ran out of funds last Thursday that angered millions of owners of considerably smaller businesses. Who were locked out of the program? Here's what happened. The PPI was intended for businesses with fewer than five hundred employees. The Small Business Administration's definition of small business but it included a clause that allowed companies with multiple locations to apply as long as there were fewer than five hundred workers at each location shake. Shack is public company. Employing eight thousand people across close to two hundred stores in the US. It's valued at one point. Seven billion dollars according to Forbes but fewer than forty five people make burgers and fries at any single shake shack store that's far below the PP's single location cab. When the program was announced the company had already furloughed or laid off about one thousand workers so shake shack applied for the P and it turns out. They weren't the only multimillion dollar company to do so other applicants included. Ruth's Chris Steak House. Three hundred million dollar cruise line and four hundred million dollar data storage company and that's created a big problem for small businesses. According to Bloomberg two percent of the firms approved for loans got thirty percent of the total funds Solo preneurs and small businesses faced with the prospect of going out of business permanently. Were furious to learn that more than a dozen public companies with revenues greater than one hundred million dollars had received portions of the funds leaving little for them according to Bloomberg four inches. Ruth's Chris employs almost six thousand people. It's sales topped half a billion dollars. Last year. It received twenty million dollars in P. Money. Four hundred million dollar pot belly corporation chain of sandwich shops also employs six thousand people. It received million dollars in the low interest funds. Bloomberg's Ed but shake shack has since apologized for applying for the loan in an open letter. Sunday. Owner Danny Meyer and CEO Randy. Rudy said the. Pp's initial guidance was confusing. They wrote quoting here. The best chance of keeping our teams working off the unemployment line and hiring back are furloughed laid off employees would be to apply now in hoped things would be clarified in time close quote. They were losing more than a million dollars a week. At that time last week the company was able to sell equity on the public market and raise one hundred fifty million dollars as a result Meyer. Garate decided to return their peop- funds quoting again so that those restaurants who need it most can get it now. They said in a statement. They acknowledged their good fortune and having access to other funds and said until every restaurant that needs it has had the same opportunity to receive assistance. We're returning hours. Well responses ran the gamut from laudatory to highly critical some observers praised owner Danny Meyer is noble and pledged to be lifelong customers others were livid saying restaurant. Chains should never have applied in the first place. It'll take time to see whether public opinion will tilt toward shake shack or against it. However the company's actions received a hearty congratulations in one place by Monday. Evening it stock was up seven percent. In contrast. Ruth's Chris fell seven percent. Potbellies was also down by yesterday afternoon. No other major restaurant chains or public companies had stepped forward to follow shake shacks lead

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Gov't relief loans to restaurant chains draw complaints

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Gov't relief loans to restaurant chains draw complaints

"Business groups are crying foul after it was announced that some big restaurant chains have obtained loans under relief program meant to help businesses stay afloat during the coronavirus crisis the three hundred and fifty billion dollar program ran out of money on Friday Ruth's Chris steak house and pot bellies said they'd obtain the maximum ten million dollar loan under the paycheck protection program New York based burger chain shake shack which employs nearly eight thousand workers across a hundred and eighty nine outlets says it's secured alternative funding and will return its loan to get smaller restaurants a chance to get government money the trump administration and Congress are working on an agreement for an aid package that could include up to three hundred billion dollars to boost the loan program I'm Jennifer king

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Gov't relief loans to restaurant chains draw complaints

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

Gov't relief loans to restaurant chains draw complaints

"The three hundred and fifty billion dollar program ran out of money on Friday Ruth's Chris steak house and pot bellies said they'd obtain the maximum ten million dollar loan under the paycheck protection program New York based burger chain shake shack which employs nearly eight thousand workers across a hundred and eighty nine outlets says it's secured alternative funding and will return its loan to get smaller restaurants a chance to get government money the trump administration and Congress are working on an agreement for an aid package that could include up to three hundred billion dollars to boost the loan program I'm Jennifer king

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Small business loan funds are tapped out

Slate Money

09:53 min | 11 months ago

Small business loan funds are tapped out

"Marriage. It's complicated to be amazing. The the upshot is it is complicated and some unknown percentage of Americans wound up getting stimulus checks this week at the same time as some unknown percentage of small business owners wound up getting the PC checks this week. Paycheck protection plan Not all of them have gone out yet. But I'm I'm assuming that within the week nearly all of that initial three hundred and forty nine billion will go out to small business owners. It is clearly not enough and while the people who didn't get stimulus checks on mostly super annoyed about I've seen some people saying like I got some weird windfall income in twenty. At and then. That means I'm not eligible but I should be eligible any any money like there are definitely people who should be getting stimulus checks in on the real anger. I'm seeing is from small business owners who just didn't have the right banking relationships and didn't manage to get their PCP applications in and they are just furious that money has run out and they aware they can end up with nothing. Fox is that thirteen point seven percent of the P P P loans went to the construction industry versus nine point one percent of the P P P loans which one small business owner told. My colleague stands for WHO Poop Poop then to the restaurant industry? Now the construction industry so far in March Last twenty nine thousand jobs and the restaurant industry march las four hundred seventeen thousand jobs yet. The construction industry was the F. top industry beneficiary ficiary of the PP loans. Which kind of I think is a very telling way of talking about how the program was poorly structured and like Felix was saying benefited those who had the good relationships with their banks over those who probably needed the money even more. But just don't have that kind of relationship aren't as savvy about applying through the money like there are some law firms that were out there. Like drumming up interest in getting these loans and Like a franchise restaurants like. Ruth's Chris. Steak House got Twenty million dollars. Pp loans also. It's just I think was a poorly show was definitely this weird carve out so to to be eligible for the people you need to be a small businesses with fewer than five hundred employees asterisk. And then this Astra's all you can be a restaurant with any number of employees so we screw steakhouse as five thousand employees and they managed to muscle up to different subsidiaries which they decided eligible for Ppo so they got twice the maximum and people are looking at them going look. You're a publicly traded company. This money was not designed for you and that twenty million dollars could have gone to a genuine small business which really needed the cash right now. But I think that there's a little bit of a false scarcity issue is not real scarcity issue. No it's a real scarcity that's been created but doesn't need to be. I don't think the issue here is companies getting too much money. I think the issue here is that it was too small to begin with. It shouldn't have been designed in such a way to go through the banking system. It should have. I think a lot of just been very similar to how we did the personal payments. I realize it's going to be harder if it was simply done. From the IRS sending out based on like corporate taxes but at the end of the day we need firms to get money. We can allocate so much more money to this than we already are so I think arguing between firms is less the issue the issue that we just need more money to go out and I think if they haven't at three hundred forty nine billion a lot of the anger an avatar would not be that like they're talking about another two hundred and fifty which I suspect also won't be enough but I also suspect that if they add another three hundred fifty or so then it probably will be enough so I don't understand why they're trying to sort of minimize the amount of money that they're spending on this when it's obvious that it's the outcome right now is deeply unfair and you need to allow the small businesses who didn't have the right kind of banking relationships to be able to compete on an equal playing field with the ones who did. And so why a eking out these trenches why they think well we'll give you three fifty and then if that turns out to be not enough we'll give you another two fifty and if that turns out to be not enough maybe we'll give you a little bit more just allocate like a trillion dollars or something and then any money left over you can back and use for something else. I mean it seems like there's a real prejudice against there's no other way to look at it and say oh the the federal government sees small businesses completely differently than the large businesses. That are able to tap into this all this this river of bed money and be okay and then making these small businesses kind of lake. Go begging for money. The there is a big family. Which is the big river of fed money for big businesses which is a big river of money and is actually working pretty well is loans all of it needs to be paid back every penny. The small businesses are not lunged at basically grunts dressed up as loans. And for that reason. You need to. You need to raise the money from Congress. You can just magic the money out of thin from the FAD and so congress is going to be sitting there going. Who Second Nettie is going. Oh this is you know fiscal blah blah blah. And so it becomes harder. One of the things I wrote about in my news out of this week was the way that the Federal Reserve and the Treasury been working together to really maximize the amount of money that is going into the economy but the P. Program is somewhere that really the Federal Reserve. Come help much. They they have said they're going to start buying up these. Pp Lennon's banks like Wells Fargo. Who really need to get mafia balance-sheets but that super marginal really you need Congress to allocate capital in Congress is about as functional as you'd expect it to be right now. Yeah so now. We're what's emerging is really this like to tear response to this crisis where small businesses and individuals are kind of left twiddling their thumbs. Not they're not getting the money they need right away. Small businesses are GONNA go under and businesses. Thanks to the Fed even notes loans are GonNa probably be okay are going to swoop in and take over there. They're going to be the ones popping up in where the small businesses kind of failed and at the end of the day. If we ever get out of this we're just GONNA see more inequality in the US. I mean the one thing I will say though is that like this has been there is so much more aid and so much more aid more quickly this time around than we've ever seen before in it is far from perfect. And I think we're all in agreement that this should have been structured differently in should've been structured better but I like I guess I would say that. Yes you know. It is probably likely that a lot of small businesses are going to fail and that is horrible. That shouldn't be happening. And that is going to be a fault of poor response a response but like I the one thing I will say. Is You know we are just really starting to see this money coming out now so we still don't totally know what the effect is going to be one thing. The one thing that we do know is the. I've been hearing from small business on this. Who Literally said I needed that? Pp money in the first trunch. If I didn't infest ranch I have to shut down. This is the big businesses in the S. and P. Five hundred. The biggest businesses in America is basically what the S. and P. Five hundred bouncing back up thanks to all of the liquidity that the Fed is providing. I think emily is absolutely right. That it is. This is one of those periods where inequality between businesses has been massively exacerbated in the big your balance sheet the more access to capital markets and generally the Ludger. You are the better off. You are with very few exceptions and there's no question that's going to be bad for everyone right. You have more of these big businesses taking over. It means more monopolies cornering different industries. It means lower pay for people at Wieden pay disparity. I mean it's really although if you look at men here like that the companies the I mean I look. I don't disagree with you in the sense that like. I don't think it's a good thing. If we have a bunch of small businesses going under I don't think it's a good thing if we have like greater monopoly power. I completely agree with you on that. Although the one thing I will say. Is that working for a larger company. You tend to be paid better that so the idea that if you tend to be the worst if it working for smaller companies and you have a large companies. This is one of the long term trends which is absolutely clear. Is that the total employment in the S&P. Five hundred has been trending downwards for decades. And you have you know. Large company says suddenly the trillion dollar companies out. There like Microsoft have a lot of employees. But they don't have nearly as many employees as like you know. Hundred Billion dollar companies did twenty years ago. And so. Yeah if you're lucky enough to work for Microsoft that's great but that's not the source of employment. Small Business is the real place where you tens of millions of Americans need to find employment and if small business fails on mass that's going to just completely decimate the employment situation in

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"chris steak" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"chris steak" Discussed on WRVA

"V. Richmond Ruth's Chris steak house and Lexus of which gives us a chance to meet the best young people in central Virginia it's it's terrific and marina Kapitan office with us this morning from the Maggie Walker governor's school good morning to you glad you're here good morning Ellen healthy feeling good I told everybody I Bob white down the studio yeah for you got here so there's no drama you know that is you know they actually said would you rather us do a phone interview meeting for even want to do but I'm I'm pleased to see you in person to have you here in the studio wow what a great career you have add add Maggie Walker tell me about you know the highlights for you so many Walker is a school for government and International Studies but they go way past that and have a great arts program and a great math and science program and I've enjoyed going through alot and specifically the arts program yeah but I see the all these awards for a visual arts what's your specialty what do you do so I do a lot of different things these past two years I've been doing a lot of sculpture a lot of painting and actually this year I won a gold key for my portfolio for my sculptures and a gold key for my painting what do you sculpt with but is it just all kinds of things so my specialty is kind of cars and so I go to the junk yard a lot with my dad and we get to go and collect it from a tears that looks culturally interesting just turn them into sculptures yeah show me a picture yeah I will that's very interesting I was conservative you just take the metal and molded or yeah I've used tire rims I've used shattered window shattered window glass and anything yeah have you sold anything I the real question right the stock yeah I sold a painting a couple years ago but it wasn't do what my current work at okay well something good is coming from that and then copresident the national German honor society yes so the have you done the obligatory European trip to practice your language skills and not yet no but I did a German immersion camp in my junior year which was it was here residential Cambridge and yeah but I got to meet a lot of interesting people from all over the state and it was a lot of fun just to practice my German well don't miss out on that yeah I already I think especially when you're young and you can take advantage of the programs that are out there and you're a volleyball player yes a pretty successful team over the over the course of the year run so Maggie Walker a lot of the teams are kind of more for fun and just enjoying ourselves and I think we've taken that as a team and not only improved our sport but also just improved our team bonding I'm a rocker yeah you got some awards behind yeah yeah two so last year oh sorry okay last year we made the state semifinals so yeah some credit for being on an award winning team this is good with a good record and I'm told I've got to ask you about your college decision it's made already yes so I'm going to I'm going to NC state in the fall and stark scholar which means that I get a full ride but I also get to become involved with community service and leadership initiatives wonderful congratulations well my gosh if you win this scholarship what do you do so I it's ice cream money or maybe it's for the for the trip to Europe yeah exactly terrific well listen I'm so excited to meet you and congratulations it's marina Kapitan off and her dad is here with us today too so I you know it's always good to have family support and everything great to see it I see at the banquet coming up soon all right thank you thank you part eight twenty three here on this Wednesday morning.

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"chris steak" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

09:52 min | 1 year ago

"chris steak" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Dinner seminar is there the fourth the six the eighteenth and the twentieth all at Ruth's Chris steak house and this is an opportunity to find out what it is to actually sit down and build a financial plan we call it the retirement three sixty game plan you do need to sign up for those we do need to get a reservation from yeah we need to know how many people are coming again the twenty eight the thirtieth of this month the fourth six the eighteenth and twentieth in February lots of opportunities check your calendar make sure there's one right for you all right Alan we talked about the secure at last year because we knew it was pending and then everything just kind of went silent and then all of a sudden bam they signed it and it came in with another piece of legislation and here it is yeah it's not too much different than what we were talking about but in case people don't know about it let's talk about I think there's probably four five main points here no we need to talk about and and what would be the ones that jump out to you well Hey I think there's several of them and I think the the way that you have to kind of look at this is that this was a a part of a one point four trillion dollars spending bill that was passed at the end of the year and as commonly done in Washington is that these kind of slide stuff in we did know that this was coming down the pipe so to speak and we also knew that there was another competing build it we don't know which one was gonna kind of winter one of them was going to delay things to seventy two for required minimum distributions the other one was seventy four so the one that was passed was the one changes those required minimum distribution state seventy two so I think those things are here's a couple of things that we talk about so that now we have an increased age of of required minimum distribution so if you were getting ready to take out money of your required minimum distributions hang on you might not have to now you got to eight seventy two before you start taking that out it also eliminates the prohibition on put money into a trick respect traditional IRA after age seventy so you can still continue to save if you want to allow some part time investors are part time workers to invest in for one case the worst kind of restricted before so they're sick two or three points we can talk about that we can can expand on those so moving the age from seventy and a half to seventy two that's only eighteen months that seems like not a really big deal I guess pushing that often people sometimes don't want to take these arm dis so taking them later can probably be a good thing well I think what it does for us for financial advisory firm the truly believes that you need to move this money to the tax free side of things and then it gives us a two more months okay so it allows us to do that for our clients to help them to further that money just a little bit longer but still kind of start moving it over paying taxes on it while we know the taxes are probably as low as are going to be in this is this is our philosophy is we feel like that right now with the tax brackets that we have under the the trump tax plan that was passed two years ago that we feel like they were probably at a at a low point in taxes could taxes go lower yeah they could are they going to maybe somewhere down the road but we don't know I mean if you're sixty years right now you just turned fifty nine or sixty and you're starting to think okay I've got this all of my money is socked away motor company four oh one K. plan now what I start to do with how do I start to work with this our opinion would be maybe let's talk about it a convergence strategy where we start paying taxes now while they're on sale and I use this term quite often some of the younger buyers are here at the office don't get it but also I'll say that you know the blue lights flashing a Kmart they don't really remember that but the blue light when the blue light flashes a Kmart or what when it did that meant that something was on sale so now I think the taxes are count on sale we know that we're gonna have to pay these taxes at some point in the future why not pain when we feel like that you've got a pretty good shot of paying a lower rate now the you do maybe ten years from now so let's start to plan that maybe we've got now instead of having just ten years from eight sixty to seventy now we've got twelve years a weakens move that money over into this back at the man I get it all moved over into the Ross bucket but now gives us an opportunity to do that to get it on the tax free side and use the term so often that are alike is get it out at tax washer move it out of the way of all those taxes in a just eliminates do you have to talk about that money in the future on the tax side here's another one they have ease the way they say to put a new eighties in for a one case right now we see Ross four oh one K.'s we see four oh one K.'s and we see these different places where we can put our money an annuity might be something different for somebody that might be added this year what we need to know about that well we've talked about annuities so many times on the show and I think the thing that the pension act or the secure act does it now allows these four oh one K. companies to add some kind of a fan of duty into side your plant I think this does a couple things in my mind anyway is it the government has recognized through this act that we have a lack of pension plans in this country and we have to figure out some way to allow workers to build their own pension plan so they've they've allowed these annuities to go into these plans now the question is what type of an annuity are they putting into your plan the water or is it something that you want to participate in and that's the the key thing I think this you know gives a another huge reason as to why you need to sit down with a professional somebody that can break these things down for you and and help you determine how you use this new tool maybe decide not to use the tool inside the the four oh one K. but it may be just the thing that you were looking for two so you have to make sure that is right for you and remember Amanda annuities are like shoes I mean no fits everybody so you're going to have to figure out which which annuity fits you with with their shoes that you that's the thing is that you gotta figure out how's it going to work for you when is it going to work best for you and then have the use of the loss of so I think that's what you have to look at it if this plan or this part of the plan yeah the best thing about it I guess is an annuity spits out income you know your four oh one K. at the end is just a big bulk of money it's not something that gives you a paycheck and nobody does that so that seems like a positive thing but again if your HR person comes to you or there's an email that comes on city we have a new offering inside of our employee benefit program it's an annuity maybe check with Allen in the team at material wealth advisors just to see what that is exactly all about last one here this could be the Biggie inherited IRA is mom and dad pass they give you their four oh one K. they give you their IRA money in the past you've been able to take that money out through your entire life span and in our M. D. each year now they've changed that Alan what's going on what this does is it it really kind of puts the burden back on your beneficiaries I've said for years we've said for years here the material wealth advisors that your IRA money your four oh one K. money that's really the worst money to leave to your beneficiaries you don't want to just leave it till the end and let them have it because they're going to inherit all the tax ramifications of that as well but as you just said Randy it used to be under the old law is that let's say you passed away at age eighty your son and daughter is age fifty they can stretch it from their age fifty through their lifetime they could just take a little bit out each year and that that that amount was based on their age each year that they had to take out in the balance of the account so they can stretch a little allows so even though it wasn't the best asset to leave at least it was in a little bit better situation because they can control it some now under this new act it says that your beneficiaries must take this money out over a ten year period time so let's run some numbers in your head on this let's assume you know that you've been a diligent saver you've got your income plan set up so you got income coming in maybe from an IRA or something like that you may be paying taxes on it but let's assume that you got a million dollar balance when you passed away at age eighty and your kids are fifty well let's think about what their situation is they're probably in the primary years at age fifty fifty five sixty years usually you're making more money than you've ever made usually at that time your kids are out of out of the house your house is either getting close to being paid off for already paid off most of your debts are gone most your deductions are gone and now all of a sudden you get this million dollar chunk of money that comes in your life that you have to take out over the next ten years back can be a huge burden on somebody so what we're trying to figure out is how do you plan for that have you put all that together and we've got some some ideas on how do you start to do that to eliminate that tax burden for your family and I think that's the key is this one try to do that it becomes a real big new reason to sit down with a financial adviser because even if your parents have a lot of money in four oh one K. or IRA or you do as well this is a reason to sit down and say okay they changed the rules on us I need to find out how this affects me so sit down with Allen in the team and material wealth advisors and let's run some of these numbers and see if the secure act is going to affect your planning and if you have a plan in place right now maybe these new rules will change the way you are going to approach your retirement planning so Allen let's talk about our offer for today the bundle is available to people again they need to call before five o'clock today tell us what the elements of that bundle are we want to make sure that you understand exactly where you are in retirement and we bundle to gather all of our offers that we made in the last year and put him in in one offered but she got a call before five o'clock tonight to get this so the the first thing is the scorecard to score card is going to show you where you are on your path to retirement are you going to based on your current investments in your current spending are you going to make IT age ninety five and still have some money left over that's what we want to find out first secondly the thing that we create in one and material wealth advisors has been built on is the retirement three sixty game plan this is the actual plan.

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"chris steak" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"chris steak" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Chris steak house some Boston market and I hops are also open W. W. J. news time just ahead of traffic and weather coming up in just a bit we'll talk about the year in transportation and but Miskin is following that story I'm but Michigan CBS news looking back at some of the transportation stories that made headlines in twenty nineteen W. J. news time three thirty eight time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the H. let's hit run out to the roadways Graham was watching their what right about now we're still watching in the trade east bound I ninety four your exit ramp to Livernois is blocked off due to earlier cracked it does appear that we have that disabled vehicle on a record crew now but if you could move over reduce your speed to give police and emergency that extra room for safety that would be great this Christmas once again that's your eastbound I. ninety four exit to liver no it's closed due to a crash also as we check the triple a jam cams we do see that you have clear and free flowing roads north on I seventy five between I ninety four and six ninety six you're also flowing pretty good south on I seventy five around the Ohio border with average speed of seventy miles per hour and traffic is clear on north and southbound I. two seventy five between I ninety four and I six ninety six for me I'll die motor group twenty four hour traffic center I'm tia Graham WWJ newsradio nine fifty thank you tia your accu weather forecast now with meteorologist Kerry Swindon hammer and Kerry is telling us so we're expecting us.

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"chris steak" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"chris steak" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Chris steak house just means so much to me that you would sponsor the show and believe in me allow this show to be on the air now for almost twenty years. It seems impossible, but it is true. And I've had a blast doing it. All these years. My guest today is JD Greer. He is the pastor of the multi site church in Raleigh called the summit church. It is a huge church. One of the twenty five fastest growing churches in America today. A JD's also the president of the fourteen million people, plus southern Baptist convention. He is a leader in the evangelical world, and I consider him a friend in a pleasure. Having him on the show today. JD I set up the question for you. It's one we get ask all the time as pastors people say, hey, look at the Old Testament, for example, God calls never Canessa who was a really wicked evil. Babylonian king my servant. It also seems to suggest the same thing that God raised up Cyrus in order to return the Jews to the promised land into captivity. This Persian king was an evil wicked godless king yet God used him to accomplish his purposes there are many people out there saying God's doing the same thing with Trump though, his personal beliefs and his actions are offensive, nevertheless, it appears that God is using him in some powerful ways. Like, the appointment of supreme court justices who are more conservative president who does have some concern for Christians and other religious people's religious. Liberties, God must be using him. We need to take the bad with what we see God using for his purposes. Your response. Yeah. Well, I mean, certainly we understand that Assab to you guys. He does that. I mean, there's there's certainly places and times where he's us people who didn't know him at all. To accomplish things. I think we're that gets dangerous is where we've been used that as a pretext for not speaking truth in the places where we need to speak. It for fear that it's going to somehow discourage or diminish support for you know, the the platform that we want to be supported, I I have a friend. His name is your GMC. He's a professor of sociology at university of North Texas, and he's an African American guy and. Really helpful south on the gridlock that exists between in churches between people of color majority culture people. And what do you think he says he says, listen, if you if you as a as a believer, you felt at the end of the day after looking at all your options over Hillary Clinton to abstain from voting it about from Trump, if you felt like the best thing to do was to vote for President Trump for the reasons you just listed David, you know, religious, liberty and pro life issues and limited government kind of stopped. He said that was you. He said, I I can respect that. I can understand it. He said by your voice ought to be the loudest one in decrying inconsistencies or areas of injustice or unrighteousness that you see this administration. Promoting he said because if you felt at the end of the day compelled to that that was you know, that that Trump was a better choice in this case. You need to be clear to especially your brothers and sisters have color and others. Like that that this had no way minimizes, the offensiveness of certain other things, and I got our people in for those that did feel that was a better choice to say, listen, you can you can you can support various things in every politician's agenda. But if you were one of the ones that are associated with this case what evangelical they say eighty seven percent of his I'm supported Trump than our voices are being allowed us in decried the inconsistencies and the breaches character. So I prefer that as much better matrix for reparation that question and to label him Cyrus or whatever and say, and therefore he demands our support because we recognize him as God's God survey that comes almost dangerously close to me that all of the divine right of kings English kings used to use like God's man's watt. Can't be wrong. And so you'll get and support me and leads to a terrible place. We need to speak to the issues we need to be true where to our confession of faith in our witness than we are to a political party, or certainly our particular candidate voices JD Greer pass the summit church in Raleigh. Also, the president southern Baptist convention and JD the bible is very clear that God's people are called to speak truth to power that there is such a thing as civil disobedience even for God's people. The most primary example for me is in the book of acts where Peter and John are arrested and told don't say anything about Jesus, and they say, we can't stop speaking about this man, whom we love and serve. That's the most obvious one speaking, David. Yeah. The other side of it too. I mean, you got Paul appealing to Caesar on behalf of Christians for religious. Liberty is like we just want to be left alone. And so you know, he was using the moments he had in front of Caesar a very ungodly season. Who would just banished all Jews and a Caesar who would one day, you know, persecute Christians. He was saying listen, I'm gonna use this platform. I've got to sleep religious liberty. We gotta do the same. Whether we're disobedient to power or whether we're pleading with power for the sake of righteousness on the community would JD since we're talking about religious liberties how concerned should people of an abiding deep faith be regarding the government's apparent increasing hostility toward people with deeply held religious convictions. Mostly in the area of human sexuality. I e folks who say a person's right to be a certain sexual preference. Trump's someone's ability to be able to hold a deeply held religious belief. Do you think that's going to increase in the years to come? If so how do people of deep faith approach that subject? Yeah. You certainly is going to increase in your calm. I think we've seen that trajectory year in the handwriting on the wall. Pretty clearly, unfortunately, the two questions get completed I think, you know, believers, I think we can get recognized that we live in a realistic society. We don't want to have a Christian America where you know, the laws of the nation. You know force everybody to act according to a certain set of morals are morals. And so we want to be able to respect people that that that have those choices and live very differently. That's quite different than removing. You know, our ability to declare what we believe is right and wrong. And to say says, the you the says the Lord of these issues, I mean that takes you know, it goes from from giving liberty to wine in there. Choice of of of morality to restricting the ability of somebody else to be able to see clearly into label that h speech, I think these questions are becoming completed and if you look at places in Europe and Canada. I mean, you see kind of where this with heads. Where all of a sudden, you're not really allowed to act according to your convictions recently. I was talking to somebody in our church who is one of those dilemmas where they're trying to figure out what to do with their business because you know, what's just use the famous one. The Baker is forced to bake a cake for for somebody. That's a lesbian wedding. And we Christians believe MRs doctrine called the common space where in the common space. We provide services for people that may be very, you know, not at all with our beliefs or our morality, so if I'm a home builder. I don't want to restrict the homes that I sell to people, you know, just families like me. And and look like me and believe me that would be an infringement of liberty. If I worked restrict the Selby's homes, and the government rightfully says, you can't discriminate their that's different than forcing me to be. Be you know, to be the DJ for an event that I'm not buying very offensive. If there was a white you a light superiority a white power movement. And you force, you know, black black DJ to go and play songs for that would be that's beyond the common space. And that's where you're forcing. Emma hurts. To adopt a spy. And so I think there's some really important discussions. We gotta have and yes, I'm very troubled troubled, very troubled under the Obama administration with you know, for example, a little sisters of the poor to offer abortions to there. Abortions for their employees. I mean, that's that's gone from home from liberty to be different to, you know, I'm gonna force you. It's kind of a new kind of I'm gonna force you to adopt the the mainstream morality, which is which is equally every bit as much of a material fundamentalism, it's very much nineteen Eighty-four issue. No, George Orwell's very famous book, which had to do with group think and police controlling what folks could believe and not believe, and we don't wanna head to that point society. Because then we're not a free society at all. And what we really I think is to honor people's imago day ebbing created in the image of God that you have the right to live. You have the right to believe what you want to believe. But also respect my beliefs and my ability to live how I wanna live and can we not find this common space? Like, you rightly said that we can live together respecting one another. There's a statement that you don't it gets tributed the Voltaire. I I don't actually said it. But it's it's somebody like you said, it's, you know, I I agree. I believe I will fight to the death supports your right to disagree with me. But then I'm also going to make sure that I have the ability to tell you that I want to give you the ability to disagree with me. But part of freedom of speech and Primo consciences. We have been able to say you're free to do that. But I'm free to say that. Yeah, I don't agree with that. And I found that very wrong JD the other side to that disagreement does not mean discrimination ju just because I disagree with an idea. Doesn't mean I'm a bigot. And we need to go to a break again. But my guess JD Greer he is the pastor of the multi site large successful growing summit church in the Raleigh Durham area. Also, the president of the southern Baptist convention JD. When we come back. I wanna ask you this question. How are you handling the metoo movement? That the southern Baptist church is having to deal with right now. I'm David Chadwick will be right back. Get zero percent interest for sixty months with the purchase of a qualifying install its Marna Kosta Huckleberry for Kosta heating and cooling a Lennox premier dealer. This is a wonderful offer for the new year when you buy a qualifying.

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"chris steak" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"chris steak" Discussed on Doughboys

"Yeah and it was very tasty had sugar around the rim and not my usual drink i usually try and keep it clean and then i did get a vodka martini later with just regular and blue very tasty very very very normal what i expected and hope for you don't like blue absolves what you're saying i feel like that blue cheese all is too much for for a drink i will say though have you guys done pronounce it wrong laureus laboratories allow raise now please let me know if you go to another insanely bite me we're both big fans of lower i really enjoy and one of the things that to me was a revelation there is they have a drink i don't remember what it's called where it's it's and then the olives stuffed with lower lowry stake wo roast beef and it's and it was like this is going to be weird and i think also there's a little bit of horseradish in those olives and it's amazing it's one of the greatest things i've had yeah lowry's here's say and there's a couple of things to say about ruth's chris won the name is strange ruth's chris yeah the end of it as as mentioned in my intro is the is that the owner had the restaurant was called chris steak house for tell she bought it and she named chris and she had to do that for legal reasons like she the original business name very strange but but it's it is expensive and lowry's which is an expensive restaurant i think you could probably get out of there maybe spending less but i will say this.

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"chris steak" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"chris steak" Discussed on Doughboys

"So this week's chain for pretty for far afield from chain pizza the steak world and ruth's chris steak house is we haven't covered a lot of steakhouses on the pod we haven't covered a lot of high end find dining chains on the pod just because there are fewer of them and also they there is the price point issue and and but the this one is a big one and why did you want to discuss this this chain andy well i do love higher say hire her where i would describe this higher end steak as higher end franchise stores a fine dining concept it's an it's it's you know it's their fancier restaurants but an chain in chain form this is i feel like about as nice as it gets and i really feel like it it touches something inside me i think because of the upbringing i was talking about we're looking back on it i don't think i had much of a pallet i think i enjoyed the experience of going out with my family until the neville giant public argument would start but i remember going to ruth chris and i think it may have been might because it was after college and i went with terry jin fellow at the graduate and i think he had crashed with me and my parents because it was right after college and then to reward to as sort of a nice gesture he took me out we were figuring out where to go and i think he may have sort of tracked down ruth chris and it was sort of my first adult going out to a really legitimately nice place steak and just the the experience of them bringing out this really nice steak on a sizzling you know sizzling with butter and everything and it was just magical to me and i think it was one of my first experiences at that age of being like this is a whole other.

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"chris steak" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"chris steak" Discussed on Doughboys

"This is a head gum podcast when you think of new orleans food a unique fusion of primarily french and west african cooking you probably think of creole dishes like gumbo jumble iea poboy turtle soup and benes outside of fried chicken franchise popeye's the biggest chain restaurant to come out of the big easy is actually a steakhouse opened in nineteen twenty seven and its original form the eatery struggled for decades being sold off repeatedly and coming to the brink of permanent closure on multiple occasions yet finally found so vision lasting success in nineteen sixty five when a divorced mother of two who worked as a lab tech tulane university mortgaged your house to acquire the business and into the restaurant biz this risktaking entrepreneur whose last name was for tell found success where predecessors failed by getting hands on with every aspect of the top house even learning the butcher the stakes herself and she gave her concept a signature by hearing a wait staff of fellow single mothers making new orleans first restaurant with all female servers dubbed at the time the broads on broadstreet unfortunately the curse of the original location returned as a fire destroyed the jury in nineteen seventy six perhaps a bless and disguises for quickly found a new space nearby with over double the seating room the new location thrived and for tells hands on approach was evident in her decision to live the rest of her life and a house directly behind the restaurant as its reputation continued to grow because of it sizzling steaks seared at eighteen hundred degrees fahrenheit and served on five hundred degree plates with generous pat of butter on top for toll reluctantly agreed to franchise expanding i throughout louisiana georgia and then across the united states for tells pioneering success under the unoriginal the first lady of american restaurants and though she died in two thousand to her legacy endures as over one hundred locations now operate nationwide as the businesses unique name contractual reasons prevented biz for from retaining its originally incorporated title when she moved locations so like a rock band touring without its original lineup she modified it by adding her own first name this week on doboy use ruth's chris steak house.

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"chris steak" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"chris steak" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Have you guys middle name majed chris steak house all right so we're gonna play a a quick round of last man standing determine which one of you gets to stay and and i am munir right down your answers because i we just needed to go fast so all of my decisions are final and there's a person in the audience who suggested that they have a great day for last man stanton on my twitter and that person goes by the the name fart cancer i'm sorry how does this is his bad moods i heard far cancer david were one and insane and yet so he badges together prerogatives stage and i feel like it's just a lack of the draw thing these other two contestants should be on rai with him this he believes what they were you thinking of steve martin okay so do you feel like you're a like a super steve martin van or do you feel like these guys the lady and this man we have a chance against you it would be unfair i've studied steep martin movies all day all right it would be unfair so let's go to leslie who would you pick for person who's movies you could name the most of tom hanks oh that's a good wire and then uh goups there i would pick harrison ford that's another goodwin does the all these names have come up all the show before and they've been it's been a great competition so i say and we'll go quickly yolk at time to think.

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"chris steak" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"chris steak" Discussed on WEEI

"P dot com repair though chris steak article of new means no had another road except workers magnus such a do she said it will work on our show about aids said i hate those years for are you wrote a story with on granada w marked sy blocked me hey people locked we touts grigg bishop the what we do that thing he wrote a story about the patriots liberal loss or even when he wrote that stupid t b twelve story over the summer where he bought everything hook line and saying we've got him father when he got right the men's health foam role now's for sports illustrated all year because he the guy has joined with your guy tom brady playing a dangerous game wise tom brady agreed to a cover story for espn i don't know were like seth weiser sits down with nfl network and mother that's a little different no it isn't it's different header league they probably trestle lawyers aim on it so you can't find another media has they'll hoddle radium so so they weren't yes notes it's worse that's the league is loaded alec thinks the league you noticed parents did they sat down roger goodell as what they did we care about that and i started ngo kramer who moulded picture of great in the couple with gray hammer told that so the same he's 45 or something i so it's gonna aged forty years and four so the writer is on tv's going to sue with a sweater good huh in the caller up other dickhead i mean really it's an old older the goodie but he's a that looks that's what paul manafort dresses like a on the weekends metaphor what's the best one of their own this i gave him was the rugs is my favorite the rugs i like the clothes condominium in soho 15 brownstone in brooklyn 3 million in house in on.

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