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"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:19 min | 3 d ago

"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"They need your help because this is one case. This is one case. And we know that it should be open and shut, but it's not. They have to fight the case. And if it weren't for Scott Chen being able to go to the lines of any freedom to do this for free, they shut down a glorious homeless ministry. That's been operating for 9 decades. Scott how did you I mean, when you first heard this, it is kind of crazy. Doesn't just seem to go against basic common sense. Why would this person want a job with a gospel oriented homeless organization? And then why would this person Sue you? What do you think is going on? Well, Eric, it's hard to know. But all I can say is, I think God for alliance defending freedom. You know, when the Washington state Supreme Court said, you know, the constitution does not protect our ability to be able to hire people who share our beliefs. We knew two things. One, we needed to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to hear our case. And two, we needed a help. You know, we're a rescue mission. You know, we have tight budgets. And so having a partner like ADF has really been an answer to prayer. I simply don't think people understand how serious this is. That's why I wanted to have you guys on. That's why we on this program are supporting ADF. We're in a war folks for freedom. The idea that these lawsuits are even happening should tell you that we're living in an absurd world, and we need to fight. If we don't fight, we're going to have a secular tidal wave destroy every vestige of faith and insanity and freedom in America. We're basically out of time, but just the final word on what you're doing at ADF. Yeah, ADF is the world's largest legal organization dedicated to protecting religious freedom, free speech, the sanctity of life, parental rights and marriage and family. We represent clients just like Scott all over the country. And we're asking the Supreme Court regularly to hear cases very similar to Scotts, and we depend on a 100% of the support of listeners just like those who view them and I'm gonna give out the phone number..

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"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:41 min | 3 d ago

"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I'm talking to Kelvin Cochran, facing the fire is the book. Kelvin, have you ever thought about the fact that your name Kelvin, many people think of temperatures? Yes, I think one of those divine indications that God probably wanted me to be a firefighter in the first place, before the foundation of the world as the virus. And aren't you glad your parents didn't name you Celsius? Or centigrade or fan? Kelvin is the one I would go with. I'm just telling you. So when the book you talk about your faith, what I did not know, and I'm not kidding until just now is that the way the alliance defending freedom walked with you through the hell of this experience. Made you decide you want to become a part of the alliance defending freedom. I didn't realize that. I was just going to talk to you today and we're doing this fundraiser with them trying to get people excited. But you are now a part of the alliance defending freedom, which I honestly did not know until a seconds ago. Yes, about three months ago, I was appointed to senior fellow and vice president for a lasting freedom. It's just another addition to the chapter of God's story in this whole saga of how I was a client. And then I was a member of the board of directors and now I'm on the executive team of alliance defending freedom. And one of the joys of this appointment Derek is one of my primary responsibilities is to develop a national deployment strategy to respond on behalf of any Christian who has publicly attacked for living out their faith. And so if you can imagine a coordinated effort from allies of alliance defending freedom, the body of Christ that every time a school teacher, a homeschool, mom, a firefighter or a police officer or whoever is a tax for living out their faith. We're going to have an organized coordinated response so that they all know as totally max sounds say help is on the way. And we'll do that every single time a believer is attacked. You know, I was talking to our friend Mike lyndell, who has been through all kinds of stuff like this. And he was putting together we talk about a defense fund. He was putting together an offense fund. He said we need to be on the offense. And it sounds like that's what you're talking about with the lines defending freedom that I again I say this to my audience. They're folks out there that could write gigantic checks folks. Do you understand if folks like Kelvin Cochran and others at the ice spending freedom had the funds, they could do great things instead of putting out fires, no pun intended, it's not really even a pun. But instead of putting out fires, they could work on fireproofing homes, so to speak. They could work on creating a world where these things are not happening, where they are happening less, where people will think twice before foolishly trying to humiliate and single out someone for his Christian faith. So I didn't realize that Kelvin and I'm glad I saw that on the break, because I want people to have hope. And I want people to think, oh, it's not just like we're fighting this end times thing, and it's hopeless. Ladies and gentlemen, I believe God would have us have a new birth of freedom to quote Abraham Lincoln, who I think was speaking prophetically, that we haven't seen the beginning of what is possible in terms of freedom that people should be able to live in this country with a kind of freedom that we haven't been able to live under because these things take time. We still are always fighting these battles, but that when you have people who've lived through it like Kelvin Cochrane, they understand what's necessary what needs to be done all that is necessary is money. That's the one thing they can't pull out of a hat. They need folks like you who believe in what we're talking about here. To write a check tax deductible, I simply can't think of a greater of a greater thing. So your faith Kelvin is at the very heart of why you got into trouble because you're writing about a biblical worldview, but it's what got you through the trouble. Every time I see you, there's a smile on your face. You know what's what? You have that secret joy. Yes, you know, and again, Eric it's my mama taught me to be this way. But when I became a grand then, it was up to me to apply these spiritual disciplines in my life throughout my life and God was faithful. You know, the 5 things I've learned from what I've gone through is God always prepares his sons and daughters to endure sufferings of persecution. He always does the second thing I've learned is the most difficult. There are worldly consequences for standing on biblical truth and standing for faith. But the third thing is the shouting thing, there are kingdom consequences for standing on biblical truth and standing for Christ. And the kingdom consequences are always greater than the worldly consequences. And I'll put a pen right there so that the readers can get the number four and number 5 when they read facing the fire. Well, you know, it's interesting. I think a lot of times most of us, it's just in our general natures, we want to avoid trouble. We want to avoid suffering. That's perfectly normal. But it can also be harmful. We have to say, lord, you will be done. And if the lord leads us into something difficult, we don't say, oh, great. I love suffering. But if we walk through it with him, it's completely different. And you know that, to some extent, I know it. We were canceled from YouTube. The whole show wiped out. And people thought, oh, what are you going to do? What are you going to do? What I'm going to do is I'm going to praise God and I'm going to ask him what he wants me to do next. Because he doesn't miss anything. He knew what was going to happen to you. He created you for that difficulty. He created me for this difficulty. And I think if we're trying to avoid difficulty, we are missing life, it really is an amazing, amazing thing. So I'm just so grateful for you writing the book. I see it's published by Salem publishers that's also my publisher and they are just tremendous. But we need this today. A believers are going through this stuff more than ever. You know it, and I know it. We're going through it in all kinds of different ways. I just want to say God bless you for writing what you wrote. We're out of time. Kelvin Cochran, my friend, congratulations on.

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"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 3 d ago

"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Back. I'm talking to Kelvin Cochran, facing the fire is the book. Kelvin, have you ever thought about the fact that your name Kelvin, many people think of temperatures? Yes, I think one of those divine indications that God probably wanted me to be a firefighter in the first place, before the foundation of the world as the virus. And aren't you glad your parents didn't name you Celsius? Or centigrade or fan? Kelvin is the one I would go with. I'm just telling you. So when the book you talk about your faith, what I did not know, and I'm not kidding until just now is that the way the alliance defending freedom walked with you through the hell of this experience. Made you decide you want to become a part of the alliance defending freedom. I didn't realize that. I was just going to talk to you today and we're doing this fundraiser with them trying to get people excited. But you are now a part of the alliance defending freedom, which I honestly did not know until a seconds ago. Yes, about three months ago, I was appointed to senior fellow and vice president for a lasting freedom. It's just another addition to the chapter of God's story in this whole saga of how I was a client. And then I was a member of the board of directors and now I'm on the executive team of alliance defending freedom. And one of the joys of this appointment Derek is one of my primary responsibilities is to develop a national deployment strategy to respond on behalf of any Christian who has publicly attacked for living out their faith. And so if you can imagine a coordinated effort from allies of alliance defending freedom, the body of Christ that every time a school teacher, a homeschool, mom, a firefighter or a police officer or whoever is a tax for living out their faith. We're going to have an organized coordinated response so that they all know as totally max sounds say help is on the way. And we'll do that every single time a believer is

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Evangelical Hero Kelvin Cochran Accepts Position With Alliance Defending Freedom

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 3 d ago

Evangelical Hero Kelvin Cochran Accepts Position With Alliance Defending Freedom

"Back. I'm talking to Kelvin Cochran, facing the fire is the book. Kelvin, have you ever thought about the fact that your name Kelvin, many people think of temperatures? Yes, I think one of those divine indications that God probably wanted me to be a firefighter in the first place, before the foundation of the world as the virus. And aren't you glad your parents didn't name you Celsius? Or centigrade or fan? Kelvin is the one I would go with. I'm just telling you. So when the book you talk about your faith, what I did not know, and I'm not kidding until just now is that the way the alliance defending freedom walked with you through the hell of this experience. Made you decide you want to become a part of the alliance defending freedom. I didn't realize that. I was just going to talk to you today and we're doing this fundraiser with them trying to get people excited. But you are now a part of the alliance defending freedom, which I honestly did not know until a seconds ago. Yes, about three months ago, I was appointed to senior fellow and vice president for a lasting freedom. It's just another addition to the chapter of God's story in this whole saga of how I was a client. And then I was a member of the board of directors and now I'm on the executive team of alliance defending freedom. And one of the joys of this appointment Derek is one of my primary responsibilities is to develop a national deployment strategy to respond on behalf of any Christian who has publicly attacked for living out their faith. And so if you can imagine a coordinated effort from allies of alliance defending freedom, the body of Christ that every time a school teacher, a homeschool, mom, a firefighter or a police officer or whoever is a tax for living out their faith. We're going to have an organized coordinated response so that they all know as totally max sounds say help is on the way. And we'll do that every single time a believer is

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"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:18 min | 3 d ago

"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I have a privilege of speaking with somebody I think of as a friend. Kelvin Cochran, you've heard him on this program before if you've been listening for a while. Since we're doing a fundraiser with the alliance defending freedom, it's appropriate that Kelvin Cochran would come out with this book now, because he has been the victim of what has happened in America where elites don't have any idea of what religious liberty is. They've been ham handed in overreaching and in squashing people's religious liberty and at the top of that list is Kelvin Cochran, who is a hero. The new book, he has written is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's fire chief that's him through the flames of persecution, Kelvin Cochrane, welcome the program. Thank you, Eric. It's good to see you, my friend. It's great to see you. You're an encouragement to me. For my audience, tell the story briefly of what happened to you briefly because I want to get to what the rest of the book says. But you've been through the fire and the Atlanta, the folks in Atlanta were not good to you. You were the fire chief in all of Atlanta. Yes. Yes. I was a fire chief in the city of Atlanta and of course serving my profession honorably and faithfully. And while living out my faith at the same time, at my church, Elizabeth baptist church, Eric, I wrote a book for Christian me and Bible study that dealt with me and who struggled with condemnation and double mindedness. And in the book, who told you that you were naked? I was addressing sexual sand because many Christian man still struggle with sexual sin. I used the book of genesis to talk about God's view of sexuality, simple phrases like he created their male and female that eventually mother and father cleve to his wife and to become one flash and that created them appropriate because he wanted a big family of kids. Those few paragraphs cost me my childhood dream come true 34 year fire service career when an Atlanta city council member complained to the mayor about what I wrote about biblical marriage and sexuality. The mayor suspended me for 30 days to see if I had discriminated against anyone from the LGBTQ community based on my beliefs that investigation exonerated me, however I was terminated anyway. Okay, so forgive me, but since we're doing a fundraiser with the alliance defending freedom, I just want to say to my Friends listening folks, this is real. This happened a few years ago, it's happening now. It is insane. There's nothing debatable. This is lunacy. And if we don't fight it, it is on us. So I want to tell you before I continue this conversation, please go to my website, metaxas talk dot com, give generously to the alliance defending freedom. We need your help. America needs your help. This is something you can do right now. So Kelvin Cochran, the new book is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's far cheek through the flames of persecution talk about that. Were you raised in the faith? Did you grow up in the Atlanta area? No, I grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana, Eric, and then early 1960s. I was one of those American kids that had 5 years old. There was a fire across the alley that we lived in Shreveport, Louisiana, one Sunday after church. The Shreveport firefighters showed up. And when I watched those firefighters that day, Eric, I was smitten. And I looked at my mom and my brothers and sisters and said, I want to be a firefighter when I grow up. And we were taught as kids that in our country, if you believe in and have faith in God, go to school and get a good education that if we respect the grown-ups and treated other people like we want it to be treated that all of our dreams would come true. And that's the faith that was foundational to my whole life dreams and God used that those truths to make all of my dreams come true. That was back in the days before we all realized that white supremacy makes it impossible for somebody like you to accomplish anything. Here's how to get that in parenthetically. So somehow you because you believed in God because you believed in the American Dream, your dream came true. And I just want to say, you know, when I found out you were the fire chief of all of Atlanta. This is a huge city. You were commended by the president of the United States. Who was it at the time? I can't remember. President Barack Obama? Not ring any bells. Was he president? So you were commended by him. So you're at the top of your game in every way. And then you dare to write something that you weren't even dreaming of putting this in anybody's face. This was a private thing you did to share your faith, really, to share your gift of being able to communicate to try to help some young man in the church. And somebody who is obviously a troublemaker decides, we're gonna make an example of you. We don't like you daring to imply that heterosexuality is normative or that the Bible needs to be taken seriously. We're going to make an example of you so they came after you, and even though you'd been in the department for you said 34 years well, a total of 34 years in the fire service as a whole, but I served a total of 7 years as far chief in the city of Atlanta. An amazing career celebrated by the president of the United States and then some radical comes after you and decides to make your life hell, but you had a little secret weapon called faith in Jesus. And that's what you write about in.

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"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 3 d ago

"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So Kelvin Cochran, the new book is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's far cheek through the flames of persecution talk about that. Were you raised in the faith? Did you grow up in the Atlanta area? No, I grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana, Eric, and then early 1960s. I was one of those American kids that had 5 years old. There was a fire across the alley that we lived in Shreveport, Louisiana, one Sunday after church. The Shreveport firefighters showed up. And when I watched those firefighters that day, Eric, I was smitten. And I looked at my mom and my brothers and sisters and said, I want to be a firefighter when I grow up. And we were taught as kids that in our country, if you believe in and have faith in God, go to school and get a good education that if we respect the grown-ups and treated other people like we want it to be treated that all of our dreams would come true. And that's the faith that was foundational to my whole life dreams and God used that those truths to make all of my dreams come true. That was back in the days before we all realized that white supremacy makes it impossible for somebody like you to accomplish anything. Here's how to get that in parenthetically. So somehow you because you believed in God because you believed in the American Dream, your dream came true. And I just want to say, you know, when I found out you were the fire chief of all of Atlanta. This is a huge city. You were commended by the president of the United States. Who was it at the time? I can't remember. President Barack Obama? Not ring any bells. Was he president? So you were commended by him. So you're at the top of your game in every

Kelvin Cochran Reminisces About His Childhood Dream to Become a Firefighter

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | 3 d ago

Kelvin Cochran Reminisces About His Childhood Dream to Become a Firefighter

"So Kelvin Cochran, the new book is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's far cheek through the flames of persecution talk about that. Were you raised in the faith? Did you grow up in the Atlanta area? No, I grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana, Eric, and then early 1960s. I was one of those American kids that had 5 years old. There was a fire across the alley that we lived in Shreveport, Louisiana, one Sunday after church. The Shreveport firefighters showed up. And when I watched those firefighters that day, Eric, I was smitten. And I looked at my mom and my brothers and sisters and said, I want to be a firefighter when I grow up. And we were taught as kids that in our country, if you believe in and have faith in God, go to school and get a good education that if we respect the grown-ups and treated other people like we want it to be treated that all of our dreams would come true. And that's the faith that was foundational to my whole life dreams and God used that those truths to make all of my dreams come true. That was back in the days before we all realized that white supremacy makes it impossible for somebody like you to accomplish anything. Here's how to get that in parenthetically. So somehow you because you believed in God because you believed in the American Dream, your dream came true. And I just want to say, you know, when I found out you were the fire chief of all of Atlanta. This is a huge city. You were commended by the president of the United States. Who was it at the time? I can't remember. President Barack Obama? Not ring any bells. Was he president? So you were commended by him. So you're at the top of your game in every

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"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:47 min | 3 d ago

"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, I have a privilege of speaking with somebody I think of as a friend. Kelvin Cochran, you've heard him on this program before if you've been listening for a while. Since we're doing a fundraiser with the alliance defending freedom, it's appropriate that Kelvin Cochran would come out with this book now, because he has been the victim of what has happened in America where elites don't have any idea of what religious liberty is. They've been ham handed in overreaching and in squashing people's religious liberty and at the top of that list is Kelvin Cochran, who is a hero. The new book, he has written is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's fire chief that's him through the flames of persecution, Kelvin Cochrane, welcome the program. Thank you, Eric. It's good to see you, my friend. It's great to see you. You're an encouragement to me. For my audience, tell the story briefly of what happened to you briefly because I want to get to what the rest of the book says. But you've been through the fire and the Atlanta, the folks in Atlanta were not good to you. You were the fire chief in all of Atlanta. Yes. Yes. I was a fire chief in the city of Atlanta and of course serving my profession honorably and faithfully. And while living out my faith at the same time, at my church, Elizabeth baptist church, Eric, I wrote a book for Christian me and Bible study that dealt with me and who struggled with condemnation and double mindedness. And in the book, who told you that you were naked? I was addressing sexual sand because many Christian man still struggle with sexual sin. I used the book of genesis to talk about God's view of sexuality, simple phrases like he created their male and female that eventually mother and father cleve to his wife and to become one flash and that created them appropriate because he wanted a big family of kids. Those few paragraphs cost me my childhood dream come true 34 year fire service career when an Atlanta city council member complained to the mayor about what I wrote about biblical marriage and sexuality. The mayor suspended me for 30 days to see if I had discriminated against anyone from the LGBTQ community based on my beliefs that investigation exonerated me, however I was terminated

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Kelvin Cochran Shares His Story of Religious Persecution in New Book 'Facing the Fire'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:47 min | 3 d ago

Kelvin Cochran Shares His Story of Religious Persecution in New Book 'Facing the Fire'

"Folks, I have a privilege of speaking with somebody I think of as a friend. Kelvin Cochran, you've heard him on this program before if you've been listening for a while. Since we're doing a fundraiser with the alliance defending freedom, it's appropriate that Kelvin Cochran would come out with this book now, because he has been the victim of what has happened in America where elites don't have any idea of what religious liberty is. They've been ham handed in overreaching and in squashing people's religious liberty and at the top of that list is Kelvin Cochran, who is a hero. The new book, he has written is called facing the fire. The faith that brought America's fire chief that's him through the flames of persecution, Kelvin Cochrane, welcome the program. Thank you, Eric. It's good to see you, my friend. It's great to see you. You're an encouragement to me. For my audience, tell the story briefly of what happened to you briefly because I want to get to what the rest of the book says. But you've been through the fire and the Atlanta, the folks in Atlanta were not good to you. You were the fire chief in all of Atlanta. Yes. Yes. I was a fire chief in the city of Atlanta and of course serving my profession honorably and faithfully. And while living out my faith at the same time, at my church, Elizabeth baptist church, Eric, I wrote a book for Christian me and Bible study that dealt with me and who struggled with condemnation and double mindedness. And in the book, who told you that you were naked? I was addressing sexual sand because many Christian man still struggle with sexual sin. I used the book of genesis to talk about God's view of sexuality, simple phrases like he created their male and female that eventually mother and father cleve to his wife and to become one flash and that created them appropriate because he wanted a big family of kids. Those few paragraphs cost me my childhood dream come true 34 year fire service career when an Atlanta city council member complained to the mayor about what I wrote about biblical marriage and sexuality. The mayor suspended me for 30 days to see if I had discriminated against anyone from the LGBTQ community based on my beliefs that investigation exonerated me, however I was terminated

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"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:49 min | 3 d ago

"cochran" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Fight with everything we have to preserve freedom and to wake people up who still don't realize that it's under threat or that in America, it could even be under threat in any serious measure. I hope people are waking up. I hope that the madness of listening to people like Fauci and Biden and kind of like that, they clearly don't know what they're saying. They're clearly sending out mixed information. That's not supposed to happen in a place like America. Are you supposed to really go by the science and tell people what's true? Let them make their own decisions. I mean, that's just one example of it. The transgender madness children being forced to take. I don't even want to talk about his horrifying. ADF is the last line of defense. They go to the Supreme Court they fight. Please give to ADF at our website metaxas talk that come out. And what's the I have the phone number here. It's 8 5 5 5 four 7 5 three three three 8 5 5 5 four 7 5 three three three and you said, if someone gives $2000, you get an autographed copy of is atheism dead. And I said, I'd also because it's a Halloween season. I'd throw in afraid of the dark, which is hamster homes, but I'll get the two books for 2000. Oh, and we didn't say this. Also, we've got a couple of hats, don't we? Yeah, the hats actually over the weekend, believe it or not, we did get the gun. Folks, they're gonna hats are gone folks. Absolutely. But anything we can do, we should also say that anybody who gives a $1000 is welcome to visit us in the studio. Anytime with as many friends as you want to bring, that's a joy for us. If you come to New York or if you never come to New York, you have a friend who's going to New York. We love to do that. If you give a $1000 to life spending freedom. And I also throw this out there. There are tons of people who know that they could give $10,000 to an organization like this. And by the way, that is a pittance when you think about what your money does with folks like lines of I can not overstate this enough. If you can give that, it would be my joy to have dinner with you and as many people were as few people as you like, you picked the venue. You do whatever you want to do. I will just show up. And it would be my joy to do that. If you give $10,000 tax deductible to aligns defending freedom again, you go to my taxes, talk dot com. Alvin, you know what I should say? Yes, why I should say that in the next hour, our two today I'm talking to Steven Meyer, ladies and gentlemen, he's one of the reasons I wrote my book is atheism dead. He is amazing. He wrote a book called the God hypothesis, which is kind of the brainy version of my book. So if you're brainy, that's the book for you. And I got to say that I'm going to be interviewing all kinds of people this week tomorrow. I will be I will be guest hosting the Charlie Kirk show in Phoenix, a lot of crazy stuff, but I just want to say in the last seconds left in order to get this information out to the world that atheism is effectively dead. We need you to pre order or if you can't do it by midnight tonight and order the book. There are links at metaxas at Eric metaxas dot com. You get a scroll down to the baker link. Scroll down and the page and there's links for 45% off. Take advantage. This will not last more than about another week. Please take advantage. God bless you. We'll be right back. Couldn't even see the folks, you wish you remembered names better and thought more clearly, improve your memory with viva lower memory support. Viva Laura's founder prayed that God would show her the solution to memory loss when her mother had dementia. Divine encounters faith and her background as.

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"cochran" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business

"Now you know. And so i didn't. I had no idea what that was. He would always say realizing he never find exactly what that was. And so So fast forward like fifteen years later I have my license. And how i got into. It was my fiance and i. We purchased a home from a woman that was ready to lose it in the In the annual tax bill so He hadn't paid the taxes on it so they were getting reading the fellate in the tax sale and so we kind of came in at the right time and in it from her directly from her but in the mornings on or anything so we purchased it and we renovated it and then we lived in for about five and a half years and so After that We were going to move out like we will ink kind of getting to mapra and so i we decided to sell it so i could probably sell it. I'm i'm checking it. You know so That's what i did. I got my license and then that was the first phone actually with my uncle. You know what that story is so familiar. In fact my husband and i wrote a book and in part of the book we talk about all the different reasons why people get into real estate and the funny thing is most of those reasons aren't founded like actually in real estate like they think it's real estate but isn't it so different than when you imagined it at the beginning. Oh my gosh. Oh my think of how many relatives agents we've met with that are like well. I love showing. Yes i love. Hgtv and i'm like. oh jeez. okay. Chris chris kristen and i love to bring a real estate agents into the business and then helped them to become productive so we literally talked to thousands of agents and their stories are like real. Like wait till you see so tell us like with the with the peaks and valleys. I love how you put it. Because like i was saying to you earlier like everyone puts it like it is a roller coaster right and that's stressful and so tell us about like the peaks and valleys that you've gone through Yeah can't wait to hear again. Uh so i mean ruler. Every day bigger right. So you know you have your session. Bank you have clients and the office and showing himself. But i feel like you know i love the everyday is different and i think that's definitely a key for me. This variety and something that is that you still familiar with no you you deal with different facets of the same type thing right so you know you know you doing the houses the people. So that's gonna like the familiarity of it but you know you're dealing with different houses and different people. Don't kinda make you that Variety within the same thing. And and i love that in another thing that i love about. It is like over the summer. You know. i'm a mom. My sons have been with me from time. You know sanford north. You know grandma's or something and they may have to go with me on a song. I took my son on the sewing yesterday. So so my A condo and he's with me so he's getting to see you know earth skin real estate is you know and i love that exposure for both of them like they they come with me when they have to and they get that exposure they see like oh you know this house you know needs to meet anybody that are need to roof so they have that early exposure and i love their and that's definitely one of the well so sheriff is about some of the valleys because I know that i know that. This show is famous for Women out there listening going. Oh my gosh she gets me. You know just from stories to tell about some of your valleys I would say is not in the teak like My boys like sometime that night. You know like contract right in the contact like ten o'clock at night in my son. My baby on african you find mom lay down. I wanna let down plus the movie. I'm like i'm. I'm gonna have to contact outlets just like things like that. You know Or might have showing at like the crop in that era time in so might have to. You know leave and with showing come back and they eating dinner just like things like that. But the flexibility with your schedule you know you gotta have it kind of like you know if a client gets off work at five o'clock and they wanna see how their preapproved they're ready to go go and they wanna see a house you know in this market. We can't really wait. I can't repay. Oh i can. I can sell it to you tomorrow like you know. We have to go and see it. So that's kind of build upon valley peddling things like that but you know it. All evens out eagerly all evens out at the end of the day. I don't know if any of the list listeners are surprised at this point because most of the time when people talk about peaks and valleys. it's almost always financial. Almost moe's you're the first person that has actually referred peaks and valleys or anything similar to the the pros and cons like the things that are hard in the things that are wonderful because the real estate has this bad rap for you never know where your incomes coming from but the only real estate agents that don't know where their incomes coming from are the agents who don't know how to conduct their business according to the numbers right Yeah no i agree. Yeah i know my financial aspect of it is like you know. Sometimes you may not know you know you might not have anybody in the pipeline. But if you you know we've been doing your correctly you haven't correctly then you should have some people in this pipeline. Infant good song lean. So yeah i like it. Yeah that's exactly. I was thinking. Because when i think of the valleys i'm thinking of everyone you know. It's like oh my gosh wins my next paycheck coming. I had three closings laws month and now nothing and all of that no most definitely. Does it definitely hit in this in this industry as well and then i also have other things going on you know rental properties and things like that. So i've been trying to you know. Get my feet on solid ground. So i can lay a great band ation so what you know if i knew how moreno have a closing that i'm not really you know that you know that's and i think that. So many we talked about this with Another girl moms and real estate that so many people are helping other people with getting investment properties. But yet they don't get them for themselves in our industry and so it's good. Did you get Your investment property. Once you were already licensed or was it something you had before Actually i was my throw. I actually purchased it For myself you know by my own realtor. Yeah after i got my license. I don't know how real estate agents don't get their own investments as quickly as possible or find a strategy to get some because we're constantly looking at houses and you go. This house is awesome. You know and then we have. We have a great story. That chuck and i were showing property one day and it was such a great deal in such a prime location. We actually said to our clients. This is an incredible deal. If you don't buy it we will. And they're like ha ha and they didn't buy it and we did..

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Bipartisan Senate Group Reaches Tentative Infrastructure Deal

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:36 min | 4 months ago

Bipartisan Senate Group Reaches Tentative Infrastructure Deal

"Group. Of centrist senators says it's reached a tentative deal on an infrastructure bill. A statement this evening from the five Democrats and five Republicans says it is in their words are realistic Compromise framework to modernize our nation's infrastructure and energy technologies. And it comes days after the White House ended a weeks long effort to reach a deal with Senate Republicans. The New York Times. Emily Cochran joined us earlier on w. T O P to answer the question. Is this the deal we've been waiting for? I think there's a lot of skepticism about this plan. Certainly it's a sign Of progress that they have reached a tentative agreement. The president had reached out to a couple members of this group to encourage them to continue the work. And it's important to note that the amount of spending that we understand that they likely agreed to about 579 billion in new spending is a lot closer to the one trillion number the president has pushed for. But in this Congress, you do need to see at least 60 votes in the Senate. But alone in the house, where there's a slim slim margin, and it's not clear that enough people will get on board because there is such deep divisions over how big this package should be. And how do you pay for it? Is it safe to call this infrastructure in the traditional sense, roads, bridges, airports and none of that human infrastructure that President Biden and some progressives really wanted. Yes, so that the group was careful not to go into too many details about the plan. They didn't give specifics. But my reporting shows that this will likely be focused on the core physical infrastructure that has traditionally been supported by members of both parties. I

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Nun-and-done: Loyola Chicago stuns top-seeded Illinois 71-58

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Nun-and-done: Loyola Chicago stuns top-seeded Illinois 71-58

"Loyola Chicago became the first team to knock out a number one in this tourney as Cameron Crowe we had nineteen points and twelve rebounds in the seventy one fifty eight victory over Illinois you want to be the best you gotta beat the best and you know they're they're really really good team and and we came out we we we just executed and played our game and and kind of controlled the game from the start and it we just we just took the game plan really Lucas Williamson chipped in fourteen points and helped the Ramblers build a fourteen point lead late in the first half Kofi Cochran had team highs of twenty one point two nine rebounds for the Illini but I would assume it was held to nine points and Trent Frazier added just to one one of ten shooting I'm Dave Ferrie

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Illinois wins 74-69 as Wisconsin's Trice-led rally falls short

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Illinois wins 74-69 as Wisconsin's Trice-led rally falls short

"Guffey Cochran scored nineteen points and Trent Frazier hit a pair of game clinching free throws that allowed fifth ranked Illinois to survive against number twenty three Wisconsin seventy four sixty nine the Illini led by thirteen it told me to try scored the badgers final nineteen points over to twelve span the last coming on a three pointer to cut the Illinois lead to seventy sixty nine with six point seven seconds left Illinois coach Brad Underwood said he liked his defense until twice took over down the stretch I think we held them to four threes at that point and then obviously the major tries it traffic player he's a young man with a lot of charisma and and you know it you got going I'm breaker balas court seventy points for Illinois Trice finished with twenty nine points I'm the ferry

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Cockburn, Dosunmu lead No. 5 Illini past Northwestern 73-66

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Cockburn, Dosunmu lead No. 5 Illini past Northwestern 73-66

"Fifth ranked Illinois picked up its sixth straight win by getting past northwestern seventy three sixty six coffee Cochran had seventeen points and seventeen rebounds for his fourteenth double double of the season I would assume a chipped in thirteen points to help the Illini opened the game with a twenty five seven run the Illini shot sixty percent from the field and taking a thirty eight twenty six halftime lead the Wildcats got within two before suffering their twelfth straight loss Illinois now begins a three game road stretch and will play four of its final five regular season games away from the campus I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dosunmu gets hot late, No. 6 Illinois tops Nebraska in OT

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Dosunmu gets hot late, No. 6 Illinois tops Nebraska in OT

"I would assume almost single handedly carried six ranked Illinois to a seventy seven seventy two overtime win against Nebraska to sumo scored the Illini's last ten points of regulation and the first five in overtime to sumo had twenty two of his thirty one points after halftime to lead Illinois to its fifth straight win let's talk with your local home you know they believe in me down the stretch to make plays I was trying to make up the best place possible on no call outs on arms I was trying to make make make make a play to help our team win coffee Cochran added twenty one points and thirteen rebounds for his fourteenth double double of the season for the Illini illinois' tenant three in the big ten it's best conference record after thirteen games since two thousand four two thousand five I'm Dave very

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Cockburn, Dosunmu lead No. 12 Illinois past No. 19 Wisconsin

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00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Cockburn, Dosunmu lead No. 12 Illinois past No. 19 Wisconsin

"I would assume became the third Illinois player to record a triple double as he delivered twenty one points twelve rebounds and twelve assists in the seventy five sixty one over nineteenth ranked Wisconsin the forward help the twelfth ranked Illini shoot fifty four percent from the floor and out rebound the badgers forty six eighteen coffee Cochran scored twenty three points and had fourteen boards for his eighth double double in nine games Illinois continued to struggle with turnovers committing eighteen to Wisconsin's eleven but the badgers had trouble converting the turnovers into points Dimitra try scored nineteen points and eight rivers added eleven for Wisconsin I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dosunmu, Frazier lead No. 19 Illinois over No. 7 Iowa 80-75

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Dosunmu, Frazier lead No. 19 Illinois over No. 7 Iowa 80-75

"I this Sumer scored twenty five points and Trent Frazier had twenty four for ninety ranked Illinois in a victory over number seven Iowa eighty seventy five Iowa center Luka Garza battled early foul trouble while scoring nineteen points my gonna be better for my team and not be able to put myself in positions you know to be responsible but there's a very physical game the teams kept trading leads before the Illini took command in the final two minutes they were up by three one Jordan Bohannon missed a three pointer with eleven seconds remaining coffee Cochran clinched it with two free throws and finished with nine points and eleven rebounds for Illinois Joe we scamp also had nineteen for the Hawkeyes I'm Dave very

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Three Lawmakers Test Positive for Coronavirus After Capitol Lockdown

C-SPAN Programming

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Three Lawmakers Test Positive for Coronavirus After Capitol Lockdown

"Introducing a bill to find those lawmakers who do not wear a mask on the Capitol grounds. After now three members of the House announcing they have tested positive for covert 19 the diagnosis following a lockdown caused by that mob, which stormed the building last week. Democratic Congressman Debbie Dingell of Michigan and her counterpart Anthony Brown, Democrat of Maryland, proposing legislation that would find members of Congress. Some of those finds potentially could be up to $2500. With money coming out of their paycheck could not come from campaign funds. Emily Cochran covers

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Morsell scores 19 as Maryland upsets No. 12 Illinois 66-63

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Morsell scores 19 as Maryland upsets No. 12 Illinois 66-63

"There are more self scored nineteen points and Dante Scott added sixteen for Maryland in a sixty six sixty three upset of twelve ranked Illinois coach mark Turgeon's team allowed just two points over the final four plus minutes and went ahead for good and he Kmart's three pointer with four oh eight remaining the Terps to drop three straight Big Ten Conference games and one without point guard Eric Ayala due to a groin injury and we constructed twelve points as the Terps improved to two one five in the conference I dissimilar scored twenty three points for the ninety four Illini while Kofi Cochran added twenty one with ten rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie

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Cockburn leads No. 12 Illinois past Northwestern 81-56

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Cockburn leads No. 12 Illinois past Northwestern 81-56

"Kofi Cochran scored thirteen of his eighteen points in the second half is twelfth ranked Illinois rallied to crush northwestern eighty one fifty six coach Brad Underwood's team actually trailed by fifteen at intermission before holding the Wildcats to thirteen points in the second half I would assume added fifteen points and Trent Frazier and Adam Miller provided fourteen points apiece things fell apart for northwestern after closing the first half on a twelve one run the Wildcats shot just two for twenty four I committed nine turnovers in the second half I'm Dave Ferrie

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CBS News reports person of interest identified in connection with Nashville bombing

Atlanta Living

04:27 min | 10 months ago

CBS News reports person of interest identified in connection with Nashville bombing

"The name of a person of interest tied to the explosion that rocked Nashville on Christmas Day. Multiple sources say. Anthony Quinn Warner, a national area resident, had a similar make and model RV is the one in photos released to the public water described as a white male 63 years old. We're going live now to an FBI news conference from Nashville. I'm special agent in charge. Doug Corn, ask E. And then Mickey French. The special agent in charge of the FBI was a star. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms will also speak. Also joining us is Colonel Matt paired with the Tennessee Highway Patrol following the investigators update. Well, then hear from Mayor Cooper. At this time, I'll turn it over to United States Attorney Cochran Have known 2020 has been a tough year for Nashville. Started back in March with devastating tornadoes that we had the torch through some of our neighborhoods. Continued through the pandemic and the events of this past summer and now this Cowardly bombing on Christmas morning. Right here in the heart of our downtown. Yeah. When they haven't heard about Nashville use in the time I've lived here is that they're tough and they stick together as a team, and that's what we're doing now. And I want you to know that the team is behind me. And the folks that they represent are doing everything we can to. Find out what happened here to get the answers that you deserve. And to make sure that we're all safe. So One of the toughest groups of folks we've got here in middle Tennessee is our law, enforcement of first responders and nowhere in my experience in law enforcement. Has that ever been plainer to me and what happened early yesterday morning? 6 15 6 26 30 years. So on Christmas morning, Metro Nashville police officers just number of blocks north of here didn't run away from danger literally ran to danger. Vehicle that was announcing that it was going to blow up. And Metro Nashville police officers instead of heading in the other direction headed towards that. They evacuated that area got all the citizens out of there. I'm quite confident that their actions are part of the reason why there was less cost of life in this heinous act. Sorry. Yesterday morning we had a task force came together and it didn't No. One time thing. This is what we do all the time. The U. S attorney's office. We work together with our federal partners are state partners in our local partners. That's what immediately started happening yesterday. Teams of agents group together across agencies started handling leads its citizens are citizens were calling in. We've had over 500 leads and tips come in on every single one of those is being followed up by a team of investigators. That's the stage we're at in this investigation. We are still continuing to follow every lead that we have. On. We will continue to do so until we find out what's happened. We also have national resources here. The department justice, the acting attorney general has told me any resources we need. We can have the FBI and the A. T F have sent their most specialized bomb technicians here to Nashville. And as we speak, they are north of here, a number of blocks that he had a massive crime scene. Doing what they do. Doing frankly what they do better than anyone else in the world, and it's quite a challenge. Having been up there and seeing that scene, it's like a giant jigsaw puzzle created by bomb throws pieces of evidence across multiple city blocks. They've got to gather it. They've got to catalog it. They've got to put it back together and trying to find out what the picture of that puzzle looks like. But there's no one better to do it. Then the folks we've got on the ground here in Nashville, Tennessee, right now. So that's going on as we speak. The investigations of the Leeds was going on as we speak. I am Confident in the team. We have way will get to the bottom of this that we will find out the story of this individual or individuals. We don't know right now. But this this is ultimate Scrooge, who on Christmas morning instead of spreading joy and cheer decided to spread devastation and destruction. But We know how that story ends your Nashville. We're gonna stand together. We're gonna get back on her feet. We're gonna get our business is back up and running. We're gonna get our infrastructure and the cell coverage back up and running because that's what we do in Nashville. Thank you for your time. I

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"cochran" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:18 min | 10 months ago

"cochran" Discussed on Pantheon

"And robert in nineteen twenty eight now a quick note here because i did get some invasion on this and some people that actually asked me about this. Is he related to tom. Cochran know that the different spelling and tom cochran is actually born in lake manitoba canada. So does tom com. Yes tom tom. Cochran of life is a highway from canada. He is a canadian. Yes so there is no connection whatsoever. Other famous cochran's frappes the corporate offices of the wilson and company were located oklahoma city near the oklahoma city stockyards. Frank's sister flo and her husband vance worked there in management positions and as the great depression was coming in. They were quickly moved to the plant in albert lea minnesota. That's albert and lee. I think as leah elliott. But i think it's albert forgiveness translation. It is documented that flow was able to secure that job for frank in minnesota and he packed up the family. Minnesota some point between nineteen twenty nine and nineteen thirty. He finds work as mentioned and in nineteen thirty eight. The family welcomes their fifth child. Raymond edward eddie cochran. So he is technically a minnesota. I think that's his birth certificate shows that his mother was a wife by profession in his father. A mechanic probably at the aforementioned wilson company his oldest brother bill. As we mentioned was the first child he actually went off to the marine corps around when eddie was about ten or so and he left any behind a gibson guitar which eddie took to right away and by the time he was thirteen years old was absolutely obsessed with the guitar and loved music. You attended outwardly. High school i at ramsey elementary school and junior high outwardly central his pictures in both nineteen fifty two nineteen fifty three high school yearbook and in them. Eddie also is pictured with the methodist church confirmation class of nineteen fifty. It was around this point around soon around the age of fourteen. Where eddie started playing with a local group called the melody boys. He was actually the only one however who had an interest in music. You want to join the school band as a drummer but he opted for trombone instead but he found out that in order to play trombone the instruct required him to take piano lessons so it was kind of a roundabout mess and the the director of the school finally said that eddie didn't have the quote lip trombone so he suggested he played the clarinet. Well eddie took one look at the clarinet and absolutely refused. He says i'm not doing that. So he quickly drops out of the orchestra. He went to a local shop and got one of those court books. If you remember those old guitar books they teach you the cords. Yeah you got to pick through it and how we started training on guitars and the kinds of that the gods jiggle spine being the plastic spine that you could run at all the way out. That's how he basically taught himself in nineteen fifty one. The cochran moved again. This time to california which is another state that has lay claim to eddie kind of being a local hero in many ways he is. We'll get into that in a little bit. Because i think he carved out a large pieces career in la and they make their way to la and one of the things that was. A point of contention was qatar. They said they didn't have room in the car. And he said. And i quote for pity's his motor said for pity's sake eddie with all the other odds and ends we have to carry. That guitar isn't a prize. Possession in the household you know possession. Mom he came back. This guitar is my best friend. And so they brought guitar all the way to lovely bill gardens california which those who live in this area novi a suburb of los angeles. Still in la county in september of nineteen fifty. One eddie would meet somebody who would be in and out of his life periodically as a fellow musician and music enthusiasts and that is conrad smith aka. Connie connie shared the same musical interests. Eddie and he played an upright bass in the school orchestra. He was also quite talented. In playing these steel guitar and mandolin choices. I think they formed a trio in one thousand nine hundred fifty three with another student on the lead guitar and they often and rehearsal room at the back of the local music store. Which was the bell guard music center. So this is this is I mean those are traditional countries slash. Bluegrass extra. Yeah that the steel guitar. Absolutely that you know that hillbillies like me. Listen to an end to the other hillbilly. I'm not. I'm not just ask. The who are the two hillbillies. I'd really who's this podcast or listening to just look a look on one count guilty as charged i just so the other person. He's accused giggling real hillbilly. But according to the jar jar from the hillbilly yards from the store the bill guard. Music center was owned by gentleman named burt racer in he already spotted his talent and actually he went on later to give him a very nice deal on what would be. He's connick guitar. Which for those of you know that. It is a gretch five to three zero. Believe with a red sunburst pattern It is like and it is actually eventually found. Its way into the rock and roll hall of fame cleveland ohio. He started playing whatever you could. He found gigs at store. Openings parties any place where he can make a few extra bucks to play music. He was down for it. He finally graduated in one thousand nine hundred fifty four and he enrolled in high school but he's spent all of his time playing music and trying to learn from local musicians in the la scene so quitting school was really an inevitable. Thing for eddie. It was bound to happen one of his influences. I think tj. You'll be a fan of this. One was the late great chester burden atkins known as chet. Yep the country gentlemen or mister guitarist memory for him. Yes an out an outstanding guitar player. Do yeah unbelievable. And then eventual producer and record executives and huge huge name in the music industry general. I believe he's he covered. Jackie saxton yes. Yes they called it. Yacky axe reacts. That was it. Yeah yup yup yup sure did. He had windy and warm wild wildwood flower the entertainer all wonderful songs that play so champ was one of the biggest influences he loved the complex bass melodies and the picking style that had again. Mr guitar was his moniker. So the guy way around the six strings but it helped eddie become incredibly dexterous on the instrument. It also didn't hurt that. He was extremely intelligent. Curious and just insanely good looking. His mother claimed everything was easy to him. He was even an honor student at one point and those around him said that once he heard a song once or twice he could play almost anything That was actually corroborated by chuck foreman. Who was a musician in. La jammed with him. Saying when i met eddie he couldn't have been more than fifteen or sixteen years old and we were listening to a lot of jazz in those days. I remember we had old. Johnny smith royal roost at seventy eight. Rpm records smith was playing a lot of triads in this really fascinating. Eddie he'd say for triads. Those are three records so as not sure what those are. He'd say. I wonder how the hell he's doing that. And no time at all. He picked it up and he was very aware he was a student and he retained things he played a lot like chet atkins and joe mavis. He can duplicate all those mayfield. High speed licks note for note in october. One thousand nine hundred fifty four cochran sauntered into the american legion club in the la area to watch a semi pro band called. Richard k and the shamrock valley. Boys does that. Make our list of or yes. Yes that's bad. it's not teri webb and the spiders but now it's not. It's not as bad as teri webb and the spiders but the internal angle in the history of music. I wonder how many bands were called whoever. Whoever and whatever's not is it's there's an infinite number of who whoever whoever whoever's there's.

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Michigan St holds off No. 11 Northwestern for a 29-20 win

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Michigan St holds off No. 11 Northwestern for a 29-20 win

"Michigan state headed number eleven northwestern its first loss of the season as Matt Cochran made a tie breaking forty eight yard field goal with three thirty five left in the Spartans twenty nine twenty victory M. S. U. squandered a seventeen nothing lead and trail twenty to seventeen before rallying northwestern grabbed a twenty seventeen lead early in the fourth and camcorders three yard run Wildcats quarterback Peyton Ramsey ran for a touchdown but was just twenty one of forty three passing for two hundred ten yards and two interceptions we got to make plays when when we have the opportunity to make plays and there are plenty of them out there play plays to be made especially on third down so I just gotta be better just got to execute better and that's that's really what it comes down to northwestern managed just sixty three yards on thirty seven carries I'm the ferry

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Coronavirus Means a Joe Biden Inauguration Could Look Very Different

John Batchelor

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus Means a Joe Biden Inauguration Could Look Very Different

"Bill Whalen. The Hoover Institution is the host of area 45 the podcast with his colleagues and also The Goodfellows his conversation with three of his colleagues, Mr Cochran, especially observing the economics of the present moment that is the need to get back to the economy at the same time, the need to deal with what appears to be a second wave. Of the virus. So we turned to Bill's most recent column at Forbes magazine entertaining how the presumptive president elect Mr Biden can approach his possibilities these next months. Bill Very good, even to the first suggestion is the most striking to me because it's doable. But at the same time why you want an untraditional indoor inaugural? What will that look like? And why does good evening to you? Good evening. John. Part of this is on being very cautious about the health of the president who's we know will turn 78 in a couple of weeks, and I don't think we would call unnecessarily hardly a robust I think he is sort of frail and fragile if you will, son. Just not sure that being out in the January cold of Washington for a long period of time is a good idea. John. There's the president here. It's usually with second term presidents their re inauguration strong when they take the oath of office inside the White House, sometimes too much from Laura Chemo. I just think that bike might want to consider not doing the pomp and ceremony, the West side of the Capitol for two reasons. One is health. A second one. John is it's called Coben. It's the pandemic. Um it's a very funny thing. If Donald Trump were being read, non dread indeed. Here, the worst spreader affect my God, You can't have 200,000 people on the ball. Think of all the Kobe You won't hear this about the Biden inaugural, but it's a reality putting 200,000 people together. I see a lot of the multi Mary masks. It's a health hazard. So by me, maybe in sending a very strong coded message could say that you know we're going to do things differently. I'll take the open. So the White House We won't have the big grand rally out on the mall that you have. We won't have a parade because times are talking instead of coming to Washington in celebrating and just spending money on your own good fortune to a day of service gives the money to charity and be an interesting way to set the tone person. In other words, no one will never see the light of the sun. But no, no, I I Kel, no ball dancing, right? No. No stepping out visiting all five. As I recall. I remember the Clinton inauguration of 1990 free where Mr Clinton visited all the simultaneous Suarez all over town. It would show up and my memory is that he played the saxophone. That might be wrong. I might have transposed the events. But in any event that is the ceremony to celebrate the new The new administration. And you're recommending that Mr Biden follow the recommendations of science right Bill. That's what a spreader event is and do none of that. And yet Here's the Here's the contradiction these last days in celebrating Mr Biden's victory. His supporters have done spreader events and I do not believe he's chastised him. No, he has the Jonah. That's gonna be the challenge for him in its first two months in office. We want to think that everything is the war is over. Because now as a vaccine that is has 90% effective, but no things go home. We're gonna have another wave of covert here throughout the winter. It's going to be difficult and from one way we know we can contain it released tryingto control a situation is to keep from having a spread offense and the inaugural The festivities. Things we just mentioned. Those are by definition spreader of

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Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

podnews

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Fyre Festival fraudster produces podcast from prison

"Google jumped up to number three Google podcasts. So we had said it won't point time. We thought the top three would eventually be apple podcast spotify Google happened a little sooner than I thought Google podcast is now the third biggest podcast APP. Lipton's Rob Walsh unveiling the company's download statistics in the feed. It is though still five times smaller than spotify the number two according to lips in which case sixty two percent of its downloads from the US total downloads to pocket casts dropped below one percent. spotify removed four Cunanan related podcasts after insider contacted the company cure on on as an unfounded conspiracy theory launched yesterday quake is a new subscription podcast company with tune a half million dollars in seed funding. It launches with six exclusive shows and will sell access for four dollars ninety nine a month. Loop media? Has. Speaker. That's S P K R. it's a podcast APP that plays short clips of podcasts to help you discover new ones. They've also announced their own podcast studio. PODCAST movement virtual kicked off yesterday with keynote from Edison research is Tom Webster. He unveiled a slide showing the podcasting share of all audio listening is now the highest ever six percent of all consumption. Fittingly, it was also world statistics day yesterday, second keynote session podcast movement virtual emerging podcast markets across the world panelists, Norman Chela from Malaysia. pod Lovers Asia. podcast pull the Rogo from Kenya who runs the pulse for NHS newsletter and neural net from Spain from the Boutique podcast publisher laycock Lara, music currently in the middle of several productions for Dino audible and others. Todd Cochran and wrote Greenlees news media show will be recorded later today at podcast movement virtual. Be joined by among others sounds profitable 's editor Brian bar letter and poured news is. ME. We've an ice page all about imbedded players for your podcast. All the contacted us with an interesting note if you use the embedded spotify plan, if the listener isn't locked into spotify, that play won't appear within spotify for podcasters just measures locked in users. No worries though for podcast hosts with pass through putsches, most of them, it'll still count they're. And podcast newsroom and the Billy McFarland's the convicted fraudster the fire festival he's been in the Elkton Federal Correctional Institution for the last twenty nine months. But with Jordan Harbinger, he's done a podcast from prison cold dumpster fire promising to set the record straight. The Joe Rogan experience is on pause until at least next week after Jamie Vernon show producer tested positive for covid nineteen nobody else's tested positive and Rogan himself hasn't been in the studio for the past nine days. Guardian Australia has launched in the wait a new podcast series telling the story of the forgotten refugees indefinitely stranded in Indonesia as a result of Australia's border crackdown and case closed has returned for season three focusing on an intriguing crime within the Hamish mish community. In Ohio, it's based on the book a killing in a mish country,

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Amazon announces dates for delayed Prime Day sales

Steve Cochran

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Amazon announces dates for delayed Prime Day sales

"Amazon is looking to kickstart holiday shopping early this year, the company announcing today that it will hold its annual prime day sales event over two days in October. That's because a pandemic forced it to be postponed from July. It's the first time the sales event is being held in the fall. Get out your calendar. Here are the dates this year's prime day, which will run from October 13th to October 14th. Is sure to put pressure on rivals to offer deals right around the same time. I'm Steve Ruxton for Steve grows an itch on Chicago's very own 7 20 w G. N

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"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To the state Cochran show on seven twenty WGN it's a beautiful day in Chicago I'll be here get out of here within driving distance and black arts convention opens tonight thank you texture just gonna be the same texture them if the weather's nice not nice the same five or six people are cranky every morning here's a message to one of them I can't physically do that it's impossible five right here Jack tell us a question well if you go ahead and it was a suggestion I made for me anatomically all right choice more questions from hockey fans listers pulling the goalie when you arrive at the end of the game very seldom seems to work why not play five forward to keep the goalie and I don't think anybody has really I I'm sure it has happened but you know the Blackhawks were actually very successful here in the last several years went when you were able to throw Jonathan taste Patrick Kane Marian Hossa Patrick sharp Duncan Keith Brent Seabrook out there they scored a lot of goals what the goaltender pulled you know the thought process is now that that team's behind are are playing the goaltender earlier yeah like three minutes left in the game for myself too you know it's it's kind of like why not I mean if if we're gonna lose our minds lose by five rather than ready yeah it's all consistent hi Eric can this is Troy what happens in the locker room in between periods what gently a campfire sing along yeah it all depends some coaches like to command right after a period some coaches wait some time and then come back with about five minutes to go on but it all depends how the period goals of the period went really bad and the coach is not happy he's gonna come in and yell and scream Joel was a Quinn what was a guy that didn't like to say a whole lot during the intermission but again if you know he fell to the team made a little bit of a wake up call there always a time and a place but they they go over some basics and they may make some adjustments if one team is playing chess and they're doing something that that you have to counter give you make those adjustments during the intermission but each culture's different each team does a different way it was something which says to know that and I guess I didn't understand Makita invented the curve stick yeah yeah and he stuck it if if I remember correctly the story under door that's two years ago yeah this evening and I assume this person's insurance **** question good in one of our the players have to pay for their own injury insurance not included in our contracts other words if you what what's it called when you're injured at work thank god disability insurance workman's comp that kind of thing is our insurance that covers it I mean what you're injured you're out of the game in the contract that pays a certain amount but after that you're on your own yeah that's a good question I mean we never made enough money to worry about ourselves away from the game but if I guess you're making some big money now that that you might have some kind of an insurance policy due to cover that but everything else is is covered as far as your hockey activities during the season all that stuff talk cover more driver Kevin up also generate does coming up in just a couple minutes awesome your get your act straight because the bus I headlines next and seven twenty WGN this weekend the fifty older.

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"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Steve Cochran show seven twenty WGN this summer the fourth of July tomorrow we're talk with Dave who is the grand marshal of the Skokie parade coming up here and just second coming up this hour rockstand Quimby gonna join us the founder Burt's bees still in a new issues are most valuable person the planet today because she's doing a new online course ray here unity college this that this idea there's really just to offer entrepreneurial support to you people want start their own business and it's something that really giving back after and success of growing such a an influential and successful business so we'll talk with rocks and could be coming up here also had a Sharon from the line going to join us talk about what's gonna happen with the city pensions now this is that you know there's so much was made during the mayoral race about fiscal cliff some what do you know paying down the pensions and we saw that really wasn't dealt with in the state of Illinois when it came to the budget but the city Chicago it's got its own problems mayor Lightfoot suggested maybe the state take that on the the pension deficits here in Chicago the governor threw cold water all over that this week in it this week we'll talk to heather about what might be plan B. if plan a which is getting the state to take over Chicago's pension liability doesn't happen so we'll talk with heather coming up a little bit later in the hour when I get to the tax a one five says our room but his name Burda after the housekeeper in two and a half men we have a dice in motor had vacuum so course and his name is let me that comes from seven so what do you say the L. Ross's Burda burger birth two and a half burger birth from two and a half men I never watch the show yeah the woman who like as such C. aren't smart aleck responses that Charlie Sheen I think it's Burda I think its birthday yeah the name of the man and the Jeffersons of course Florence ho yeah mess that up he is the actor's name who then became Merion two two seven rights and service transaction I call my GPS sister Hey sister sister seven await says we call ours Alice like Alice from the bridge and we name our we name hours a one five says Rosie that's from the Jetsons yeah and this morning around three am we heard her say needs charging she refuses to stop yeah until I put her on the dock it's creepy it's possessed yeah tell you Italian I can tell you when it's full name has to be recharged and I AM yeah yeah I don't know my husband is to turn the thing off because it's all on his phone he's got it all pro that's what's going to happen that's where that's where you're going to run into trouble when she's like well I I forgot to do it and then you're going to get up at three o'clock to laugh what now I'm not going to have another in sent in the house now what about a second what about a second yeah no I told him that he programmed it so she does that the upper you know our upstairs too so I don't need the second one she climbed the steps no she doesn't do stairs hi bill but it will have as you get to the second floor you've got to pick her up like a baby and move and develop by the whole thing.

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"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The second free throw ten Cochran he playing it off the back guy. No good Cochran goes up for the rebound. Hey. Here's a wide open fifteen for Cochran. Going with that one. Cochran's got a wide open three four the win. Are you kidding me? Why? Madigan calls. But something you should go. History. Eight. Picks. Good luck. Now. Everybody knows just. Sleeper out of the west buffalo, Yale little dukes. Coming out of the regents imagine that anybody will beat the agree or disagree midwest. North Carolina had to be walked Vert Wofford Wofford. That's a good team. Steve ever to be called the terrier. I got a chance to get through lease tonight. Maybe tomorrow morning for it's over. Sure. Throat talking call this begin. Was very. Looking. Way to enjoy put your down. They look. Well, I'm a little.

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"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Steve Cochran show. Look there. That's Vic Vaughn with the news. Thank you. Steve. Good morning. It's mostly cloudy twenty-seven at O'Hare, Chicago singer or Kelly denies being involved in latest found videotape allegedly shows him sexually abusing underage girls. High profile lawyer, Gloria Allred says her client founded, and that he's since turned it over to law enforcement. She says she believes there may be even more tapes of Kelly, please do not destroy them or tamper with them. And please do not sell or circulate Kelly's out on bail doing court again next week in Chicago. He's under indictment here on ten counts. Evacuated sexual abuse musicians with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will be on the picket line this morning WGN's. Roger badesch reports the musicians have been working without a contract since September two thousand eighteen though it was extended as negotiations continued, but those negotiations. Broke down Sunday night after an afternoon concert. Union says management are still trying to reduce their pension benefits management says they're confident they'll have in their words and eventual resolution to a new contract. Roger badesch WGN news. The black box from Ethiopian plight. E three oh two has been found. That's according to state affiliated news agency. It crashed Sunday rather shortly after takeoff near be show to all one hundred fifty seven people were killed including Americans in nineteen United Nations. Staff members an Indonesian woman who has was accused of killing North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN's half brother has been set free city. I spent the past two years in custody today, a judge in Malaysia throughout of court murder charge. Here's her defense lawyer..

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"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It is the Steve Cochran show, but a minute before nine o'clock, and before we get to the news and take one more break to get there. We're just having a discussion off the air about the Amazon go store, and I've not gotten a fair explanation of how it works. So I walk into the Amazon go store, which is located where a write off Michigan Wacker on Wacker drive right by the entrance by the architecture Chicago architecture center, and would you describe it as many upscale grocery store, like a whole foods sort of feel? Yeah. Kind of smaller than your average zipper market. So I downloaded the Amazon go app and scan it when I go in his scanner Amazon knows him in the store. Then I go around and pick up anything, I want anything you want. I carry it out. There's no there's no checkout. There's no clerks that. I just walk out in it knows what I have. I'm not shoplifting. I don't have to scan out and I walk out. And then I get a Bill. You get you get a receipt emailed to you. Right. Based on what you're going to be charged. Yes. Yes. Okay. How does it know what I took very knows cameras cameras everywhere watching you, and they have cameras instantly translate. What what I've taken or doesn't. A guy named Bob Amazon somewhere who's going through going. Well, it looks like Dave had himself to stakes and a six pack. You're also being scanned for a number of different diseases while you're shopping as well. Political affiliation. But the cameras have to be aware everywhere. There everywhere. And I mean, every you have a virtual carte. So if you take something off the shelf, and you don't want it you put it back, and then it comes out of your car. But if I have big hands, I can put a lot of things in my hands. Maybe the camera didn't pick it up. Mr. smart guy, a youth lane that you try to download that app. Now since you said that. I'll be rejected by the internet. And they're clear that they are not using facial recognition cameras just say now, so you're safe there. So they using handle recognition cameras fetal because it's got to be something where they can pick. What I'm carrying Steve why don't you go try it out or or if not just go next door to pot belly? I just don't know how Jeff visas has the time for all this with his extracurricular activities to figure all this stuff out. I know. We'll come back after this height. Everybody on crtv. And we'll come back after this and get to Obama thanksgiving do MB financial Bank for the breakfast the Blackhawk, but will get to the news here. Just a second coming up the stories that matter with Steve Grzanich that thought. Second. I have something I need to share with you. But that was good practice. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. Yeah. I love the close shave with Harry's razors. Every single time..

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"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Can follow me and be my friend Steve Cochran show at Cochran show on Twitter and Instagram. Just just Google Steve Cochran and Mike charming mug will pop up somewhere. Hi, everybody. Steve. Steve Kerr now to see what mug shows up for some hoping it's Katy grabbing your face. That's my hope that the first image that pops up again. Seen enjoy that way. Too much. They kids play some game with Alexa, where where you Gasa celebrity, and it gives you hints. And what celebrity am I thinking of? I forget the name of it. And they heat Patrick did you and it got you in like three guesses? Oh, wow. That's awesome. I'm very famous. There are two pitchers that show up that are Steve Cochran related. One is Pete McMurray. With his head on your shoulder as if you're hugging really nice sweet vacation in the Maldives officially in the second one is an old promotional photo of Andrea Dave and Steve Steve is laughing in front of the tower. And they're behind you going who's this guy giving a look that's. About who's this guy? Yeah. I mean, we were that's not what we were doing when I caught you guys didn't remember ever. Remember that day when they're like look up like you're thinking of something. Got his hand up like Cochran guy. Actually, we're gonna cut you out of the picture, but you left because you were disinterested. How rapidly? So. All right. There is a new story out this morning. Which just make all of this more fun. Pollster was offered a bag of money in a blue WalMart bag by Michael Cullen to adjust polls in Trump's favor. We'll go over that a few minutes also. Chuck Todd took the morning off. What's going on with check? He is on a plane. So. Yeah. Right. That's how he heights so Paul coy will join us it tell us what his plans for Brexit. I believe like all Brits. He'll just run from the country screaming and had here to Canada okay to Canada. But that's extra team. Let's do the top six..

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"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"cochran" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Twenty three right now in Chicago. And I'm Steve Grzanich. In the WGN radio newsroom with the stories that matter on seven hundred twenty WGN going somewhere. Was running to the Steve Cochran show. Well, we're incessantly plugging this because Dave is making us now that center because American lung association has a wonderful organization doing a great thing and the fight for air clamps coming up again, a Dave you are El capitan. I am a co copy Tom your copy ton along with Mary Vandevelde and Patti Vasquez sensor. Speaking Spanish, let me just throw. Any other words? I know wave owes ranchera San Ola, okay? Survey says free us. Okay. So you ruined it survey when and where it is on Sunday March the tenth at presidential towers and Chicago's west loop. It's the American lung association fight for air climb presented by United Healthcare WGN radio and WGN TV or once again, partnering will have a team there, and you could be a part of it and make a positive impact in the lives of those affected by lung disease and who's on the team so far. Mary me, Patty. I think the Justin's gonna come fails on the Maureen MacDonald, this is really the cab. Yes. Airbus is probably doing it. Right. Registered yet. But but hold out we usually have. I mean Pete Zimmerman. He's got to do it. Yeah. Blows up. I just to be to registration might have these even competitive about sign up. He's all the sports guys. Should do. It shouldn't Kevin. Normally does it pal. Yes. I have a surprise keeps saying that. Second author Jacobs downst-. Surprise. Yeah. What are we going to know who it is? Next week. Oh, man. Yeah. Next week Friday. Will you tell me off the air? Oh, I guess if I guess it and I'm right? Will it ruin it for you? Are you guessing I won't tell you. Nikki Cochran, you know. Well, I say that was a striking. No noncommittal said, I wouldn't say Steve is gonna carry Abigail up all the slights in one of those patterns. Yes. That's what. You can doing it. But I would like start Luke Skywalker and Yoda. Yes. Satellite advocate. Jesse iota? Okay. I got just so you can register. wgnradiOcom/events or fight for air climb dot org. Really now is you know, I think you know, this Dave I've had a couple of brushes with death with somebody called pulmonary embolism. Do know that that's about breathing. I know what it's like to be dangerously short of breath because of blood clots in my lungs. It's nothing to mess with Dave. What do you make a long association they'd be research in that area as well? They do it's not just about you know, emphysema or asthma or smoking or COPD. It's any one conditions if any. Reason for you to climb with because you're feeling good. You look good. You've dropped all this weight. Right. Should be with us off the air. Steve is promoting this string cheese diet. Actually, here's a strange. Is a straight. He's diet, you workout around five you get home and your ear complete dinner is an apple. One one one string cheese. And water. A lot of water. It is impossible to eat one string. Eat three at least smell. Three little what he calls us. A log a log of cheese on a possible. String string you bite it. Or do you peel the strings? Oh, no, no, you bite it like a man you bite it. Yeah. You drink or sip? The cheese water. No, I've never been into the cheese juice. Cheese is really good after popcorn y'all ever. Snaring takes the kernels out of your teeth tease. This is not a joke cheese is a legitimate dental benefit after anything you eat because it helps clean your teeth scientifically proven. Wow, I didn't know that. It's true story. Boy, I had a brilliant point that suddenly slipped my mind. Well, everyone's going to do the stair climb smarter. I would have remembered fight for air climb out your name on there. I. Hi liming for air climb that. All right. Let's give you a Trump update on all the nonsense going on that happens to affect all of us and the potential end of America. Coming up but first at eight forty eight Steve Steve coming up. We're gonna have the very latest on the case of the Wisconsin teenager who's been missing for several months has been found alive. We'll tell you more about how this unfolded yesterday at nine o'clock from the WGN newsroom. Still a couple of accidents for staff. Eighty eight say eastbound.

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