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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:22 min | 2 months ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Was heading home from getting food with his wife My room when he says he saw two pickups that appeared to be racing behind them. One exited the highway. The other ended up right in front of them, and I visibly see him look at his mirror. Shake his head like this, And that's when he breaks checked me. Break checked, slammed on his brakes with King right behind. Yes, it was very deliberate. He says. He thought it was road rage and the Other driver started to chase him. Even under this Wal Mart parking lot, and that's where I saw him. Giving me the finger concerned for his safety. King says he tried to speed away back into traffic, but the other driver kept coming and he was pushing a car over and he was going into oncoming traffic and made a bus swerve thing, says he did notice some flashing lights in the grill of the pickup, but didn't think anything of it at the time. So just an absolute scary situation for anybody to be in. You know what I mean? Like, how could this even like a state trooper who has this authority be able to go up and misbehave like this? Jack? I think that this is a perfect example of A. You know, somebody who is a professional, overstepping their boundaries and be a great example of the second Amendment and being able to protect yourself and luckily not lethal, killing somebody. Should be, uh, Channel five news, NBC Dallas Fort Worth, I think. What have you tried That one. Shane Channel five news, not listen to the whole entire thing. I just, said Jack. What? Oh, boy. I'm sorry. Oh, boy. Sorry. Give it to me again. Let me try. Channel five news. NBC. Dallas FORT Worth Channel five News and BC Dallas Fort Worth. No, those are all those were all that was all the meat and the bread. I need you to put the sauce in between the two. So it's Channel five news. NBC coming to you from Dallas Fort Worth, Texas so happy that everybody gets to listen to you giving me radio lessons right now, as we're letting this is great. I hope everybody in the text line really loves this so Channel five news Dallas Fort Worth, Texas. It's a mess out there, folks. Yeah, See, there you go. Shane. That's the sauce that I want because he got the meat and you got the bread. But I need the sauce to make the sandwich. Go down. Nice and smooth. You see what I'm saying? Yeah, I get what you're saying. All right, well on that notion down, so does avoided change. We have to take a really quick break when we get back. Stacy Joe Ross is going to be coming in and we're going to be talking about the fight that my neighbors are currently having right outside of my door as well as our thoughts on what it means to grow up in the 9 11 generation will take a really quick break. We'll be right back with more Kyra nights here on 97, 3 FM, Seattle Tacoma. You have finally lived to see it. Seattle's most trusted voice. The state is going to address one of the biggest choke points in Seattle, Dave Ross on Seattle's morning news. Sell your.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:37 min | 5 months ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We're recording live here from the Biz TV studios in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas. Everybody's moving to Texas. From what I understand. And from Texas. I'm being joined from Austin, Texas, by Pierre Rashard Pierre. Let's get this going again. Now. We were just talking about Bitcoin. We were talking about money in general and the Fed Now we're talking about Bitcoin. One of the things I found interesting was the fact. That you said with money, Fiat money US dollars. You have to invest those. So you don't lose money. If you just set them in your vault or keep them You're going to have less money or less purchasing power when the year is over, But with Bitcoin since Bitcoin is actually gaining value If you hold your Bitcoin, you have more purchasing power. The next year instead of less purchasing power. How is that going to change the way people conduct business in the way society runs the day in the country by having people not have to spend their money people to me? I never want to spend my Bitcoin because I know that I've heard stories like my friend bought a pair of sunglasses with his Bitcoin. Nine years ago. And now those sunglasses the amount of Bitcoin he spent. It's like a $7000 pair of sunglasses. So you don't want to spend your Bitcoin because you know that you're going to regret it later. How is that going to affect us? Yeah, So I think it changes the timing of the cash flows. I think that people are still going to spend their money, but they're going to do it when they want to, rather than when they get pressured into doing so, and the metaphor I would use format pressure is Texas Hold'em. I think that you know almost everyone watching. This has some familiarity with poker. If you have blinds in poker that are increasing, that is used to accelerate the game so that people play more hands because they're getting their chip stack text. And it's very analogous to an inflation tax in that now it makes people play hands that are weaker and of lower quality than the otherwise would. So. In a deflationary economy. People are able to hold their cash, hold their chip stack and wait for a really strong hand. That is wait for high quality investments rather than settling for whatever low quality investment comes along, Uh, in order to avoid inflation, So I think that you know if we if we're in this economy where people are thinking long term And are making higher quality investments that ultimately what we'll have is hired economic growth. It's just about the timing of the cash flows and politicians specifically want to bring cash flows forward from the future. Because they want to get reelected. Um and they're getting reelected in one year or two years or whatever the case is, and they want people to spend money now so that the economy is doing well under their term, And so then they get re elected, which is great for politicians. But it's bad for everyone else because we're having to make compromises. And how we actually want to consume and invest. I like your your analogy there with playing poker there, and with that blind going up, so I know every time I've been in the tournament made it to that last table. I've like had to bet on the first one or two hands or I was going to run out of money. And I would have never bet on those hands. But I knew that I didn't Would be out to game in 3 to 4 hands unless I wan one of the first 2 to 3. And so I think that's pretty there. Yeah, Yeah, uh and it's become rationalized by the economic profession and really, they don't think about it from first principles They really think about it from short term incentives. In order to, uh have short term economic policy, and their rationale is always that well, you know, it's very important to have people not be unemployed. Um and I actually disagree. I think that it's okay to have some level of unemployment in the economy because unemployment is actually representative of Restructuring is happening in the macro economy, so as firms are growing in certain industries and shrinking and other industries due to technological improvements, and you know due to our understanding of the natural world, improving some scientific breakthroughs. And or due to crises like coronavirus, right where we're seeing certain you know, Internet industries do much better stand retail in person sales, so These restructurings are always going to be going on in any kind of dynamic capitalist economy, and the unemployment rate is just kind of a measure of the amount of friction going out in the labour market where there are people who are temporarily unemployed until they re skill or retrained to be able to find other roles in the economy. And trying to artificially suppressed that it's actually going to cause ossification where now your economy doesn't your your labor market doesn't adapt as quickly as it otherwise could to changing economic conditions and, frankly, not only changing economic conditions. Generally this is because there's growth going on and in growth, you know firms are taking market share from others and causing them to fire people. But at the same time hiring as they're taking market share, and so they're just needs to be some liquidity in the labor pool. So politicians talking about that I think are really Going down the wrong path and it's causing all sorts of negative effects across the economy, where we saw it with the financial crisis of people making really bad short term investments because they're just trying to stay ahead of inflation. So they go buy some triple A subprime, You know, securitisation deals to just get some help. So I think that there is increasing recognition that, um, there is something broken about the not just the financial system. But the underlying monetary system, which is what is enabling this bad behavior of the financial system..

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

06:47 min | 5 months ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Rated pc for politically billion for the for dallas texas. Here's the stage bar davis number three. Here we go. What will we make of it. I have control over this end out there across america. It is all about you. Eight eight eight nine seven one sage. Eight eight eight nine seven one sage. Grab a line. It's larry elder show. I'm mark davis here. In big hustling bustling dallas fort worth texas or on the happy morning host at six sixty eight am am the answer. I hope all is well with you. This thursday as we begin the exciting month of of july. Let me lay down a premise. And then we're going to start take some calls. You've got a bunch of calls on a variety of issues. It's a big busy multi-storey day where sitting there trying to process. The release of bill cosby When prosecutors screw up as obviously happened here guilty people go free. That happened now. Let's go to the trump organization. Cfo alan wisenberg. He might be guilty to of not paying taxes on some things. But what in. The world is fa- manhattan. Da doing going after that. That's what's called selective prosecution. It is punitive it is predatory and speaking of predatory things that takes us to this january sixth select committee at first we were going to have the january sixth commission and this was something that required congressional approval to establish and when that failed thank god it then became something the democrats could do themselves set up their rules invite some republicans if they wished and then that puts the ball in our court what should republicans do. When offered the opportunity to be a part of this predatory piece of political theater. The house voted yesterday to create a new select committee that will investigate the january sixth attack. The vote was two hundred twenty two to one hundred ninety just to republicans joined with the democrats to support its formation. Guess who they were. Liz cheney of course who will now apparently be named to this joke of a commission and miscreants illinois congressman adam kinser. That's it now. A little january six one. Oh one because a lot of people have very very different takes on this and like so many things in life today. There's sort of a tribalism that it's gotta be all this way. It's gotta be all that way. There are a lot of people who want to say that january six was Was just no great big deal like just another capital tour. Just a bunch of people walking around taking selfies. No it was very bad what these people did. And the thing. That i'm most angry about quite frankly is that. It destroyed the prospect of a very useful day in american history. Thousands of people went down to the capital to make clear their dissatisfaction with an election. Whose result was unreliable and as unreliable as it was shelved as election procedures. Were in so many states in his damages. The constitution was by that process. There are people who said you know what in view of these unique circumstances. Maybe we should not accept these electoral votes as blithely and cheerfully as if the election were clean and pristine that was their point. It was a good point to make thousands of people. Making that point would have been a beautiful thing. Did it stand a chance of actually subverting. The electoral tally. No was trump. Somehow gonna win that day no but it was thousands of people saying this is not right. This was not satisfactory and with a little parenthetical message. We will not let this happen again. And these eight hundred yahoos are over many there were who decided to ramp it up and crank it up to eleven. Thanks a lot guys. You took that day of history away from us and now look now. Look what it is in the hands of a of a predatory jackal media culture. Now it's nine. Eleven and pearl harbor rolled into one which is unbelievably stupid. It no such thing so in that nuance whatever you wanna call. It was the worst attack on our democracy since the civil war shut up of course not was it just a a bunch of misguided folks walking around the halls of the capitol that innocent no it was not so in that in that gap what should republicans do about this select committee. My answer is ignore it every day. Ignore it every day. Here's my question for you. The optics of that are tricky because in an inattentive country there are people who will say those republicans won't even be a part of looking into january six. Would they got to hide. That will happen and there might be some say well then maybe we need to show up and maybe turn it into something you know maybe ask some questions about what pelosi knew and why the capital was left so vulnerable which by the way both good questions but not within this devils framework not within this absurd charade of political theater now. No let chips all where they may. It is always the right thing to do the right thing and the right thing. Here's for republicans for no self respecting republican to come within a mile of this ridiculous january. Sixth select committee now. There are those who will say who what you covering up. What do you got to hire. Please the wheels of justice should turn. Everybody who who.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We're recording live here. TV studios in Dallas Fort Worth, Texas. Everybody's moved into Texas from what I understand. And from Texas. I'm being joined from Austin, Texas, by Pierre Rashard Here. Let's get this going again that we were just talking about Bitcoin. We're talking about money in general in the said Now we're talking about Bitcoin. One of things I found interesting was the fact That you said with money, Fiat Money U. S dollars. You have to invest those. So you don't lose money if you just set him in your vault. Our keepem. You're going to have less money or less part of staying power when the year's over, But with Bitcoin since Bitcoin is actually gaining value If you hold your Bitcoin, you have mohr purchasing power. The next year instead of less purchasing power. How is that going to change the way people conduct business in a way society runs the day in the country by having people not have to spend their money people to me? I never want to spend my Bitcoin because I know that I've heard stories like my friend bought a pair of sunglasses with his Bitcoin. Nine years ago. And now those sunglasses amount of Bitcoin he spent it's like a $7000 pair of sunglasses. So you don't want to spend your Bitcoin because you know that you're gonna regret it later. How's that going to affect this? Yes, I think it changes the timing of the cash flows. I think that people are still going to spend their money, but they're going to do it when they want to, rather than when they get pressured into doing so, And the metaphor I would use for that pressure is Texas Hold'em. I think that you know almost everyone watching. This has some familiarity with poker. If you have blinds and poker that are increasing, that is used to accelerate the game so that people play more hands because they're getting their chip stack. Test and it's very analogous to inflation tax in that now it makes people play hands that are weaker and of lower quality than the otherwise would sew. In a deflationary economy, People are able to hold their cash for their chip stack. And wait for a really strong hand. That is wait for high quality investments rather than settling for whatever low quality investment comes along in order to avoid inflation, So I think that you know if we if we're in this economy where people are thinking long term Enter making higher quality investments, then ultimately, what will have is higher economic growth is just about the timing of the cash flows, and the politicians specifically wanted bring cash flows forward from the future. Because they want to get re elected, and they're getting re elected in one year or two years or whatever the case is, and they want people to spend money now so that the economy is doing well under their term. And so then they reelected, which is great for politicians, but it's bad for everyone else because we're having to make compromises. In how we actually want to consume and invest. I like your your analogy there with the playing poker there with that blind going up, so I know every time I've been in a tournament made the last table I'd like had to bet on the first one or two hands or I was going to run out of money. And I would have never bet on those hands. But I knew that if I didn't I would be out to game and 3 to 4 hands unless I won one of the first 2 to 3. And so I think that reason accidentally there. Yeah, yeah, on DH is it's become rationalized by the economic profession. On. Really. They don't think about it from first principles. They really think about it from short term incentives in order Tio have short term economic policy. And there. The rationale is always that well, you know, it's very important to have people not be unemployed. Andi. I actually disagree. I think that it's okay to have some level of unemployment in the economy because unemployment is actually representative of Restructurings happening in the macro economy, so as firms are growing in certain industries and shrinking in other industries due to technological improvements, and did Teo our understanding of the natural world, improving some scientific breakthroughs. Or due to crises like current virus right where we're seeing start a certain you know, Internet industries do much better than retail in person sales, so These restructurings are always going to be going on in any kind of dynamic capitalist economy, and the unemployment rate is just kind of a measure of the amount of friction going on in the labor market, where there are people who are temporarily unemployed until they re still are retrained to be able to find other roles in the economy. And trying to artificially suppress that is actually going to cause ossification. Where now here economy doesn't your your labor market doesn't adapt as quickly Aziz otherwise could to changing economic conditions and, frankly, not only changing economic conditions. Generally this is because there's growth going on and in growth, you know, firms are taking market share from others and causing them to fire people. But at the same time hiring a CZ. They're taking market share. And so There needs to be some liquidity in the labor pool. So politicians talking about that I think are really Going down the wrong path, and it's causing all sorts of negative effects of economy where we side with the financial prices of people making really bad short term investments. Because they're just trying to stay ahead of inflation. So they go buy some trouble..

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Doing Radio Hall of Fame. Well, nominee nominee. Not in it. Not in No, No. You know, when when do they decide whether and how to get in it? I think they made the decision If they're listening right now, Okay. Thank you Know, I don't know. Actually, I think you may be the next few weeks, I believe is the You know it, It's it would be an honor. It's an honor just to be nominated. Blah, blah, blah, second time nominee on it would be better to get actually win it, But it is, you know, holler to be no, It's actually a really big deal, Which is why I'm not really excited about it because I just don't believe it's gonna happen. You know, it's just it's not gonna happen. Have you listened to the show? Really? I'm forced to do it every single day. I know. And I'm sorry. I pay you a lot of good money to do it. I don't know why people do it for free. All right. I got a lot of stuff to talk to you about how the Communists are infiltrating everything and the democrats. But can I save it for tomorrow? Because I just Yes. Is this job get to you? Sometimes we just like I can't do it. I can't do it anymore. It does get a little bit overwhelming. It seems like there's a kind of flow of really terrible news all the time. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah. So there's a couple of things that I'm doing that. Ah, you know, I'm I'm ready to flee the city. I don't know if anybody knows that, but I'm ready to get out of what city do you live in live nowhere near 40 minutes from a city. Yeah, that's close enough. That's close enough to be called the city for me for what's coming. Bats close enough. I just want to be I just anyway, I was Tony and I have talked about putting an addition on our house at the ranch. Because all of the family would be living together, and that's just insanity. I mean, I'll be praying for Christ to return. If that happens, so when you're living on top of each other, so we wanted to build. In addition Well, I just got I got a phone call from the builder, and he's like I can't guarantee that If we start this, we're going to be able to finish this at any time because we can't get the lumber. There's lots of things that I'm just the lumber and the the supplies for the sheet rock and everything else. They were told by the major supplier in the Mountain West. That they won't be able to get them, though those supplies and they don't know when they'll come in, and that's indefinitely. So it's not like a six or 12 week or, you know, four months, 18 months, two years. It's just we don't know. We have no idea when it's going to be able to come credible. This is America. It's amazing, and it's unlike the Depression. You would think all these people are out of work. And so you would think like during the Depression. You could still get the things to build. But nobody had the money to build. But if you had the money you were providing all of these jobs. That's not happening now because there's so many things that they can't they can't do do concrete is three times the cost. Now it's because they haven't like shut down construction per se, They haven't shut down a lot of these industries. Is that the reason is it is it Is it a supply chain issue that earlier on in the supply chain, things are closed down. So so somewhere the next step is not is not getting done. It's a factor of two things. One. If you're living in a state where Californians and people from Michigan and Illinois and everything else it's like I'm getting out of here, man. If you live in one of those states, you live in Florida. You live anywhere in the mountain West. You live. I talked to my sister in Cody, Wyoming, and she's like Glenn. The property values are insane. People are just buying stuff sight unseen. She's like I could put property up today. It will be sold by the end of the day without anybody even looking at it. Yeah. You know, people are just moving out of the states that are becoming oppressive and they're going to wreck all of the great places, people. But so you've got the two things that are happening. You have the the lack of enough supply line for a lot of stuff. And then on top of it, you have just the industry in certain states, just going crazy. Everybody's building. Yeah, Which is interesting. You wouldn't think that those two problems would be happening at the same time, but I guess no, I guess that's part of it. I talking to a home builder who's actually works here. In in in the Dallas Fort Worth Texas area, and he said the same thing they want to do all these big projects. They can't do that because they can't get the supplies. The basic building.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on 600 WREC

"183 84. Relief factor dot com. All right. I got a lot of stuff to talk to you about how the Communists are infiltrating everything and the democrats. But can I save it for tomorrow? Because I just Yes. Is this job get to you? Sometimes we just like I can't do it. I can't do it anymore. It does get a little bit overwhelming. It seems like there's a kind of flow of really terrible news all the time. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, yeah. So there's a couple of things that I'm doing that. Ah, you know, I'm I'm ready to flee the city. I don't know if anybody knows that thought. I'm ready to get out of what's the city? Do you live in live nowhere near 40 minutes from a city. Yeah, that's close enough. That's close enough to be called the city for me for what's coming. Bads close enough. I just want to be I just anyway, I I was with Tony and I have talked about putting an addition on our house at the ranch. Because all of the family would be living together, and that's just insanity. I mean, I'll be praying for Christ to return. If that happens, so when you're living on top of each other, so we wanted to build. In addition Well, I just got you got a phone call from the builder, and he's like I can't guarantee that If we start this, we're going to be able to finish this at any time because we can't get the lumber. There's lots of things that I'm just the lumber and the the supplies for the sheet rock and everything else. They were told by the major supplier in the Mountain West. That they won't be able to get them, though those supplies and they don't know when they'll come in, and that's indefinitely. So it's not like a six or 12 week or, you know, four months, 18 months, two years. It's just we don't know. We have no idea when it's going to be able to come credible. This is America. It's amazing, and it's unlike the Depression. You would think all these people are out of work. And so you would think like during the Depression. You could still get the things to build. But nobody had the money to build. But if you had the money you were providing all of these jobs. That's not happening now because there's so many things that they can't they can't do do concrete is three times the cost now because they haven't like shut down construction per se. They haven't shut down a lot of these industries. Is that the reason is it is it Is it a supply chain issue that earlier on in the supply chain, things are closed down. They're so somewhere the next step is not getting done. It's a factor of two things. One. If you're living in a state where Californians and people from Michigan and Illinois and everything else is like I'm getting out of here, man. If you live in one of those states, you live in Florida. You live anywhere in the mountain West. You live. I talked to my sister in Cody, Wyoming, and she's like Glenn. The property values are insane. People are just buying stuff sight unseen. She's like I could put property up today. It will be sold by the end of the day without anybody even looking at it. Yeah. You know, people are just moving out of the states that are becoming oppressive and they're going to wreck all of the great places, people. But ah, so you've got the two things that are happening. You have the The lack of enough supply line for a lot of stuff. And then on top of it, you have just the industry in certain states, just going crazy. Everybody's building. Yeah, Which is interesting. You wouldn't think that those two problems would be happening at the same time, but I guess no, I guess that's part of it. I was talking to a home builder who's actually works here. In in in the Dallas Fort Worth Texas area, and he said the same thing they want to do all these big projects. They can't do that because they can't get the supplies. The basic building supplies to build homes, and that is just, you know, we can't remember ever hearing about that problem in America. It's a bizarre place that way, especially when you want to put people back to work. There's a lot of companies that want to build project. They're like this is a great time be. People are available. People are ready may be. We know we're getting a deal. Uncertain things because of the economy is down a little bit. And they can't even take advantage of those things because he can't get the basic supplies they need. We've got glass Ah glass wall that is waiting to put into a new studio at Mercury. We've been working on it forever. This the glass is delayed until like end of September. We ordered it. I don't know. Month and 1/2 ago two months ago. I mean, it's an and the construction people are saying all the same thing. We're just waiting. We're waiting for these products to arrive and nobody knows when they're going to arrive. I was talking to a friend of mine who runs one of the places for Ralph Lauren and Ah, you know, we were just chatting, and I said, So. How's how's business? He's like we're closed. We're closed. And I said, Well, what is what is that like, Yeah, but some of the stores were just closed. Um and he said, and we're getting all kinds of pressure. We're gonna open up again, so getting all kinds of pressure to sell, he said, But we don't have any new product. We said we only have what we had on the shelves, he said. I don't know when we're getting our are, you know, Fall line. I don't and it's happened everywhere with almost every clothing manufacturer..

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"From the north craft area toward Tyson's it was construction in the right lane after Colston road now from garage door repair dot com that W. M. A. L.'s stormwatch seven forecast well I'm cloudy skies this afternoon a stray shower or thunderstorm possible and a high of eighty one cloudy tonight with a shower late in the lower forty eight for tomorrow partly cloudy skies and a high of fifty three it is seventy one right now at Reagan national I'm John Matthews one oh five point nine FM Washington's mall W. M. A. L. they're just crazy they're just not the Los Angeles Times times news trying to catch up with The New York Times there have one is her name than Chinese virus world virus they're pro Chinese they're anti American votes for you they really don't vote for you people really don't like the United States of America what's the matter with them anyway so I want to know crazy people one hundred of you having trouble going to the gym here's a headline from NBC and Dallas fort worth Texas no gym no matter quarantined a minor leaguer.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From ABC news I'm Michelle Franzen president trump's White House doctor releasing the corona virus test results for the president they are negative for the virus ABC's Andy field is in Washington with more presence been exposed to several people who tested positive for the corona virus but did not take the test until Friday I decided I should based on the press conference yesterday people asking that I take to task doctor saying the president does not have the virus the White House adding restrictions on taking visitors temperatures to make sure it stays that way Andy field ABC news Washington nearly every state in the nation with one exception of West Virginia has reported cases of covert nineteen ABC's Diane Macedo has more on the struggle for states to expand testing and implement plans trying to curb the number of cases still on the rise of president is promising a website to help streamline the testing process but questions are mounting about that this is nationwide at least forty six thousand schools have closed keeping some twenty six million students at home the common complaint lack of thorough testing local governments are trying to catch up with drive thru testing sites in San Francisco Seattle Denver Birmingham all the way to new Rochelle New York where residents with symptoms have to call a hotline to schedule a test each city has a different protocol nearly sixty people have died here in the US from the new virus that's caused a pandemic globally travel restrictions in place for much of Europe Monday those bands will expand to the UK and Ireland last night major delays as Americans returned on flights long lines including at Chicago's o'hare New York JFK in Dallas fort worth Texas resident Dorothy lows as she waited for three hours a DFW that I am more concerned about you know where the people are traveling that are around me Monday may or may not have been better when security officials say they are working to try.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Fresh from the Delhi compromise elsewhere from ABC news I'm Michelle Franzen president trump's White House doctor releasing the corona virus test results for the president they are negative for the virus ABC's Andy field is in Washington with more presence been exposed to several people who tested positive for the corona virus but did not take the test until Friday I decided I should based on the press conference yesterday people asking that I take to task doctor saying the president does not have the virus the White House adding restrictions and taking visitors temperatures to make sure it stays that way Andy field ABC news Washington nearly every state in the nation with one exception of West Virginia has reported cases of covert nineteen ABC's Diane Macedo has more on the struggle for states to expand testing and implement plans trying to curb the number of cases still on the rise of president is promising a website to help streamline the testing process but questions are mounting about that this is nationwide at least forty six thousand schools have closed keeping some twenty six million students at home the common complaint lack of thorough testing local governments are trying to catch up with drive thru testing sites in San Francisco Seattle Denver Birmingham all the way to new Rochelle New York where residents with symptoms have to call a hotline to schedule a test each city has a different protocol nearly sixty people died here in the US from the new virus that's caused a pandemic globally travel restrictions in place for much of Europe Monday those spans will expand to the UK and Ireland last night major delays as Americans returned on flights long lines including at Chicago's o'hare New York JFK in Dallas fort worth Texas resident Dorothy Lowe says she waited for three hours a DFW that.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on WTVN

"Six ten WTVN Columbus from ABC news I'm Michelle Franzen president trump's White House doctor releasing the corona virus test results for the president they are negative for the virus ABC's Andy field is in Washington with more presence been exposed to several people who tested positive for the corona virus but did not take the test until Friday I decided I should based on the press conference yesterday people asking that I take to task doctor saying the president does not have the virus the White House adding restrictions on taking visitors temperatures to make sure it stays that way Andy field ABC news Washington nearly every state in the nation with one exception of West Virginia has reported cases of covert nineteen ABC's Diane Macedo has more on the struggle for states to expand testing and implement plans trying to curb the number of cases still on the rise of president is promising a website to help streamline the testing process but questions are mounting about that this is nationwide at least forty six thousand schools have closed keeping some twenty six million students at home the common complaint lack of thorough testing local governments are trying to catch up with drive thru testing sites in San Francisco Seattle Denver Birmingham all the way to new Rochelle New York where residents with symptoms have to call a hotline to schedule a test each city has a different protocol nearly sixty people died here in the US from the new virus that's caused a pandemic globally travel restrictions in place for much of Europe Monday those bands will expand to the UK and Ireland last night major delays as Americans returned on flights long lines including at Chicago's o'hare new York's JFK in Dallas fort worth Texas resident Dorothy lows as she waited for three hours at DFW that I am more concerned about you know where the people are traveling that are around me Monday night may not have been better when security officials say they are working to try.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The force could I take the test doctor saying the president does not have the virus the White House having restrictions on taking visitors temperatures to make sure it stays that way Andy field ABC news Washington nearly every state in the nation with one exception of West Virginia has reported cases of covert nineteen ABC's Diane Macedo has more on the struggle for states to expand testing and implement plans trying to curb the number of cases still on the rise of president is promising a website to help streamline the testing process but questions are mounting about that this is nationwide at least forty six thousand schools have closed keeping some twenty six million students at home the common complaint lack of thorough testing local governments are trying to catch up with drive thru testing sites in San Francisco Seattle Denver Birmingham all the way to new Rochelle New York where residents with symptoms have to call a hotline to schedule a test each city has a different protocol nearly sixty people have died here in the US from the new virus that's caused a pandemic globally travel restrictions in place for much of Europe Monday those spans will expand to the UK and Ireland last night major delays as Americans returned on flights long lines including at Chicago's o'hare New York JFK in Dallas fort worth Texas resident Dorothy lows as she waited for three hours at DFW that I am more concerned about you know where the people are traveling around that are around me Monday night may not have been better well when security officials say they are working to try.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on Real talk at up at night studios podcast

Real talk at up at night studios podcast

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on Real talk at up at night studios podcast

"Host henry harris. Oh boy december twenty six. We're almost at the end of the month. The thirty first is coming around a corner and next thing you know we'll be into twenty twenty. Wow this year has been a blast. It's been a quick year. it seems to me Summertime was here for a moment. You know The lease had blown for the spring time. All of a sudden here we are into wintertime. But we look we still get. We got Fifty degrees temperatures right now on december the twenty six and i think we had On christmas day we had In the fifties on christmas day how about that man. We talk about some wonderful weather and it. It hasn't been too cold yet. And i think the temperature's going to drop down just a little bit Fought on tomorrow and It just still be a beautiful day. We're not in below zero temperatures at all. We're not in the teens at all. So i'm thanking god for every warm day that we can get. I'm telling you because. I cannot stand the cold. It's something that i do not like to deal with And i'm sure a lot of you feel the same way so anyway What i wanna talk to you about gin. Is i want to talk to you about how to receive from your bank account and heaven. This is my second episode. I'm actually talking to you about. Because i want you to understand basically There are principles to hog out operates. And what he's expected of you especially if you are a kings kid you need to know exactly how to operate from a standpoint of a child god and what to say and how does say things where you could get things moving and happening and releasing from your bank account in heaven to actually appear on earth and because you have that type of faith god will honor that faith you know the bible says faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word god so if you hear the word of god you know a you. Get down into your spirit. Then when time's calm you will be able to believe for something by faith that god would act on it because of your faith now you know. A lot of people really don't know how to operate in faith they don't know anything about it. All they know is that expression that you hear all the time is I i that let me see. They always tell you. Good luck. good luck. Good luck with that. Good luck with that. I don't believe in luck folks. I believe in faith. I asked no. Such animal is look. Did you hear me. There's no such animal as luck. So you need to stop where you are in your tracks and start believing god with faith in god we to your faith and then therefore you can receive what you ask for indus physical three dimensional world that we live in you can have it in your hands because of your faith. God wants you to speak those things that be not as though they were. And he want you to have the fullness the fullness of life here on the earth and you know when you're a kings kid you got to understand that you have all authority right now as you speak the word by faith and when you say what you say by faith in other words you need to speak what god speaks say what god says do what god does. It will come to pass because you said it. It's yours you got it and you're just walking by faith not by sight. It doesn't care you don't even care what it looks like. You don't care what the situation looks like a rounding all you know. Is that when you say something you know that you know that you know that you know that you know that what you said will come to pass because you are a kings kid and you've got all of heaven back in you. You believe that all of heaven so let me give you a little bit more scenario for instance on You know why set such the soul you know. Why said these things because you know. There's nothing like understanding the communication Especially when you talk about. You know how god operates and God won't step outside his word in order for him to perform things for you. He said are performed those things. When you speak my word i'll perform it for you. And and other words. God only goes by his word and if you stick with what he says and say and talk like your daddy talk in heaven you can have those things no matter what it is in life. God wants you to be ahead so anyway let me give you an example of what i mean by that then and i just want you to just kind of get an understanding of where i'm coming from and why we need to actually focused and duties things so let me let me share this with you. Okay one day. I was riding a motorcycle. I had bought a brand new motorcycle. awa- years ago. I used to live in dallas fort worth texas and What happened was I used to ride my motorcycle. Motorcycle every day to work and It was really a nice thing to do and get a motorcycle and ride. You know. I really good at ride motorcycle. I had to learn. I fell a couple of times. But that's okay. I got back up and i continue to go But as time went on. I just can't get tired of getting wet all the time and I realized that you know it would be nice to be on the inside when it rains rather than to be on the outside when it rains. Because i'm telling you. Even though. I had a helmet and i had some rain gear and i was trying to stay as dry as possible even had a a little small wind. Chill on my motorcycle and that really helped. But it's not like sitting in. The car rolled up the windows. You know wish rain get you wish your wipers on and you know that you dry. It has no water coming in but what a motorcycle is a whole lot different. So.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Restaurants when you're going even to nationwide booksellers there's Barnes and nobles, and New York, just like anywhere else if you already have Barnes and noble gift cards, your kids are going to have some fun. You're gonna have some fun buying books in New York, and it's not going to cost anything compared if you hadn't planned for that sort of thing, and now for the last two minutes, we gotta get to this listeners sent in their favorite Fergal destinations for vacation this year. And I love them. Number one in particular order Baloch Z, Mississippi. I've never been there. I wanna go. It's the home of our super talk, Mississippi stations. So when you think of gambling destinations were here near Atlantic City, we've got our Las Vegas listeners. They might come to mind, but Baloch Zee on the US Gulf coast has no less than two dozen casinos. If that's your thing, I'm not much into gambling because for me, it's like throwing money into the wind. I have no skill therefore, I don't play that much. However, if you do, and you're better than I am. And it's something that you have fun with knock yourself out. Bellizzi mississippi. Next up. I love these towns. Oklahoma City Oklahoma home of. Our listeners at KTEL are eight sixty nicknamed the big friendly because visitors find it hugely budget friendly, the history, the food, the landmarks, the Oklahoma state capitol people highly recommended all kinds of the national cowboy and western heritage museum, all kinds of free museums, beautiful stuff next up Branson, Missouri. Never heard of Branson will. How about the Titanic Branson has a museum built like a replica of the unsinkable ship air quotes, were you and your significant other can pose for once in a lifetime photos, if you got kind of guide that will pose for that, that sounds like fun, not tracking get Victor into that. But he loves his Titanic history. Maybe we can get him there for that. And we have time for we've got to do another show on this. We've got to do a show on this all these great places to go Daytona Florida fans of NASCAR. We have a lot of listeners were fans of NASCAR. They adore Daytona and say it doesn't break the Bank. Raleigh North Carolina. I have friends who go to Raleigh every single year from here in the Philadelphia area. They've got family down there. They rave. About it. There's so much to do free museums, all kinds of great food, wonderful people when they recommended I want to hear from him, and I want to get there. Someday myself ju so stay tuned. Dallas Fort Worth Texas. I have been to Dallas, some of the nicest people you've ever met in your entire life and authentic. Cattle drives big city attractions in the Dallas area, all kinds of history. That's the kind of thing I'm talking.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:40 min | 3 years ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fort Worth if you have a show idea or not for profit event. Let us know about at two one four five to five twenty five. Oh, five let's do one four five to five twenty five. Oh, five impact, Texas, featuring stories and interviews with difference makers those who make an impact right here in Dallas Fort Worth Texas, the US and all around the globe. Welcome to impact Texas. My name is Honda each week. We bring you events and organizations issues and concerns making a difference than having an impact on the lives of each. And every one of us. We have talked recently about the homeless issue here in North Texas with different organizations, having different avenues, and and aspects of that and ways of they're helping to curb the issue so to speak as well as. Give these folks the life lessons that they may need it may not have depending on the circumstances. As to why they are currently homeless to get them back on their feet. We're going to do that. Again, this week my guest in studio this week is interfaith housing coalition. I have in studio their CEO, Kimberly Williams, and the director of donor relations, her name is Monica Cooper. How y'all doing doing? Great good. Good monica. You sound kinda quiet over there. Great. All right, cool. Well, let's start with you can't really now, you're the interfaith housing. How long have you been with them? I've been there a little over a year and a half now, but a year and a half full. Would you do for that before that I worked for girl scouts of northeast, Texas Ryan, and I work for the new teacher project before that? But I've spent about sixteen years of my nonprofit career helping underprivileged families adults and children gain self sufficiency. That was calling Walker there when you were there. She sure love her didn't. She awesome. See is awesome. I had her here. Oh, goodness. I can't even remember I part of the Europe leaf. And we talk for quite a while. She is an awesome person. So full of energy and cheddar little girl. They're just talking about what it was like being a girl scout and things that she's able to rub off on her little friends and everything and using the computer late at night and different examples of responsibility that she was able to give to her friends and things like that. It was pretty cool. He's a great lady. Actually, she is an awesome lady. Let's talk about interfaith housing now Jimmy some history on interfaith housing. Well, interfaith housing is a twenty six year old organization that was started after a mayor Annette Strauss had an initiative to end homelessness in Dallas. And so two Presbyterian churches came together to create interfaith thousand coalition and to what we focus on is family homelessness. So what we do our target clients are people that have children so parents with children, but also working the working poor, which is often the most overlooked segments. Yeah. It's basically the new face of homeless. It really is it really is in that. That's certainly the case right now. Because new report says that thirty six percent of the homeless in Dallas has increased by thirty six percent since two thousand ten in terms of family homelessness. So while chronic homelessness is ending. There are more homeless families on the streets of Dallas are living in hotels. I live in their cars than there has been in the last several years we were talking while back with one of the two food banks. I don't remember if it was more, Texas food Bank or the Tarrant area food Bank, and we were talking about the new face of hunger. And how now. More folks are going to the food banks for help. Yeah. They used to be the ones that were donating food. That's exactly right. And it's almost the same scenario with homelessness when we're dealing with specially with families now after the whole economic and everything downturns a good way to put it. Way to put it kind of went on the downturn a little bit. How bad does a little bit of a downturn? The ninety degree down to but after all of that with homelessness. It's one person put it to me like this is the new face of homelessness is somebody that is living in a shelter or in a facility. You know, and at the same time driving to a job interview. Right in a Mercedes. Yeah. It's not in Femina. A young lady came up today at our three children and our BMW. Right. But she, you know, found herself homeless, you know, you run out of money you run out of your 4._0._1._K, you run out of savings and you have nowhere else to turn in suddenly you're homeless we've had an R N in the program individuals masters degrees as well as a regular workers like waitresses and retail workers who found themselves without a job and just ran through all of their resources and one one gentleman. It's a single father that we have currently was living in the the train station with the style similar to you know, that movie that was so popular the pursuit of happiness. So these things are reality for a lot of the families their reality there, a sad reality a lot of families here in North Texas. But more importantly, they are a stab writing. The face to the myth. I guess that the folks that are homeless a. Always that one hundred percent of it is their fault. Yeah. One hundred percent of the time a hundred percent of it is their fault. And that they're all drug addicts mentally ill, mentally ill. And that's not the case that is the case in some situations. There are some folks who for one reason or another through a series of choices right got themselves in a position where that's the that's that's where they're at. But that's not the situation with everybody. And, you know, currently the individuals who and thankfully, so because I do need support, but the individuals that are getting the most care in terms of government assistance, and even Philip philanthropic. Support are those that are chronically homeless those with mental illnesses and drug addictions, and they require a great deal of money, permanent supportive housing is on the rise. Meaning that their places being created where they can live permanently where they'll have case management support our rent assistance, and while that's a good solution to get people off the streets and into a healthier lifestyle. It's a very expensive solution in meanwhile families who are working poor. There are fewer resources for them if your resources for transitional housing, so that I think has. Created that thirty six percent increase that we've seen over the last two years because in an effort to help those who need it in terms of the chronically homeless there has been less attention on families that find.

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

08:18 min | 3 years ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Radio show with me here today is Kevin and Salita cook out of Fort Worth Dallas Fort Worth Texas. Sorry, calling Dallas a whole state now. They currently at twelve properties to two thousand six hundred twenty doors are invested in and we picked up the story in the first segment of how the stimulus for their deciding to invest was the cabinet lost his job in two thousand eight and it just disrupted their entire family life. We're picking up the recovery out of that in this segment, and we're gonna work our way into their futuristic choices right at that moment. And I believe that was going into single family houses. So so leader Kevin whoever wants to pick this up. We Selena you sell the house you rally the kids. How'd you get them all up Austin? What happened there did you read a house or what you do? And dig it up from there. Yes, we moved to Fort Worth. Like, I said Kevin had been staying at an extended stay. We actually found this tiny tiny little house that we rented. And at that point the kids had been were older. So we only had one one child that came with us. We we're actually a blended family. So do the kids they'd with their mothers and one came up with us and the other one was older. So that process, we, you know, the kids kind of went their their own ways. And we came up here. Once we were up here, we we finally got acclimatized to the Fort Worth area. Like, I said Fort Worth is quite different than Houston as far as you know lifestyle and the the trees and the weather so it took us a while kind of embraced Fort Worth. When we finally did house prices were still very very reasonable. And we. Bought our first personal residence. And I I got a job since I'm a nurse. I could find work pretty much everywhere. And so we bought our our own house. And then realized that we wanted to invest in single family homes. So we bought our first rental home. And at that point, we we're doing the Dave Ramsey things. So we were paying everything off as fast as we could. So you know, we would pay as much as we could on our personal residence, and we would pay as much as we could on the rental house. And we finally after about three years we were able to get traction and get a little bit of income coming in. So we decided to purchase a second single family home. And but at that point lending for mortgages was just brutal banks were not lending. So in order to try to get any kind of financing for a house just required an act of congress, and Ben some. So we found a house a short sale, and we started trying to get financing for that. And the Bank was just kind of you know, one minute. They were telling us interest rate was going to be one amount. And then another time they decided that they couldn't fund the house. So anyways, an inspector came by to inspect the house that we were looking at and he told us about lifestyle, and he suggested that we we look into that. And Kevin Kevin who is very diligent about everything decided to start listening to the radio and in hearing what you had to say. And we actually went to one of the case studies. On that. And that's kind of how we sound by south looked share with us in the audience. What we hold on just on Salita hold on a second share with the audience if you would please. What your thoughts were when you first showed up at lifestyles, a unique environment completely and you've been struggling through all this stuff, especially trying to do read houses on your own without any information. What was your thoughts when you showed up your first event lifestyle? So what did that was it, by the way? It was a case study and Kevin was more open to the idea because he had looked on the website, and he had listened to the radio, and he told me you need to come and listen to this. And so I was very very skeptical. I was thinking, you know, this is another get quick rich Schoon, you know, we're going to go in there, and they're gonna do a song and dance, and we're gonna be out thousands of dollars. So we went, and I was very very skeptical. However, Kevin realized very quickly that he could do the single family that once he started listening multifamily just seemed the right way to go. And again, it was it was much harder for me to embrace that then Kevin because he's more than numbers guy. Kevin. What are your thoughts? When you first time attended. I was kind of skeptical too. But I had a I have a business degree. I have a bachelors, and and I started putting the numbers together and started looking at leveraging other people's time money and knowledge and one of the things that I really liked was it's not just the real estate investing. But more of lifelong learning, I mean, the books that you've read the things that you suggested a may really started trash kinda changing our paradigm of what we actually believed to be the American dream get a job, you got to college and started kind of changing those things that, hey, this is something that we can do. So did you both go to the two day or just one of you? No, we we we do everything together. You know, we are. We're a couple that we're on the same page all the time. So you always see us together always doing things together. So we went together. The motto is we either do it together enthusiastically, or we don't do it at all. So in that sense. We were very fortunate that we were both on the same page. So we both went to the day. And in fact, you were teaching the two-day really, oh, that's way back. So what was the moments for you guys each of you? I mean, there's always that that light bulb that goes off ago. That's it. That's what I've been missing. Because it does it happens to me. I I'm listening to watching something I'm going. It's interesting. It's interesting. I'm hearing you. I'm hearing you, but bam there it is. That's what ties it all together. What what were some of the moments that struck you Selena? I was it took me a little bit longer than Kevin. But what what did impressed me? Most was multifamily first of all realizing that we could do multifamily. I had no idea that just you know, any any person could purchase an apartment complex. That's such a foreign concept. I always thought that it would would big corporations are big companies, or you know, people with a lot of money. I just could not have phantom that that multifamily was within reach of anybody. And then realizing Scott the economies of scale in multifamily, you know, it's not it's not one house a hundred houses is not the same as a hundred door complex hundred door complex is much much easier than having to deal with one house for a hundred houses. So for me that was a. Huge is opening moment that we could actually do this. And it was very very possible to. All right. Well, kevin. I'm going to pick your your impression up when we come back for the break because we've only got thirty seconds left here. If anybody would like to call and ask questions either Kevin or Selena, our number here is eight seven seven seven eleven fifty to eleven that's eight seven seven seven eleven fifty to eleven and if you ever wanted to send me an Email and ask questions answered on those line personally or on the air. Send me an Email that asks del at L U, INC dot com. That's A S K D E L at Dell you INC dot com. You're right back with cabinet Selena. And. Oh..

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"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:17 min | 3 years ago

"dallas fort worth texas" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Show with me here today is Kevin and Salita cook out of Fort Worth. Dallas Fort Worth Texas calling Dallas a whole state now. They currently at twelve properties to two thousand six hundred twenty doors are invested in and we picked up the story in the first segment of how the stimulus for they're deciding to invest was the cabinet lost his job in two thousand eight and it just disrupted their entire family. Like, we're picking up the recovery out of that in this segment, and we're gonna work our way into their futuristic choices right at that moment. And I believe that was going into single family houses. So so leader Kevin whoever wants to pick this up. We Selena you sell the house you rally the kids. How'd you get them all up to Austin? What happened there you read a house, or what did you do and take it up from there? Yes, we moved to Fort Worth. Like, I said Kevin had been staying at an extended stay. We actually found this tiny tiny little house that we rented. And at that point the kids had been were older. So we only had one one child that came with us. We we're actually a blended family so two of the kids they'd with their mothers and one came up with us and the other one was older. So that process, we, you know, the kids kind of went their their own ways. And we came up here. Once we were up here, we we finally got acclimatized to the Fort Worth area. Like, I said put worth is quite different than Houston. As far as you know, the lifestyle and the the trees and the weather so it took us a while to kind of embraced Fort Worth. When we finally did house prices were still very very reasonable. And we bought our first personal residence. And I I got a job, I'm a nurse. I could find work pretty much everywhere. And so we bought our our own house. And then realized that we wanted to invest in single family homes. So we bought our first rental home. And at that point, we we're doing the Dave Ramsey things. So we were paying everything off as fast as we could. So you know, we would pay as much as we could on our personal residence, and we would pay as much as we could on the rental house. And we finally after about three years we were able to get traction and get a little bit of income coming in. So we decided to purchase a second single family home. And but at that point lending for mortgages was just brutal banks are not lending. So in order to try to get any kind of financing for a house just required an act of congress, and then some. So we found a house a short sale, and we started trying to get financing for that. And the Bank was just kinda you know, one minute they were telling us the interest rate was going to be one amount. And then another time they decided that they couldn't fund the house. So anyways, an inspector came by to inspect the house that we were looking at and he told us about lifestyle, and he suggested that we we look into that. And Kevin Kevin who is very diligent about everything decided to start listening to the radio and in hearing what you had to say. And we actually went to one of the case studies. On that. And that's kind of how we filmed by Faust look to share with us in the audience. What we hold on Salina slid hold on a second share with the audience if you would please. What your thoughts were when you first showed up at lifestyles? It's a unique environment completely. And you've been struggling through all this stuff, especially trying to do read houses on your own without any information. What was your thoughts when you showed up your first event lifestyle? So what was it, by the way? It was a case study and Kevin was more open to the idea because he had looked on the website, and he had listened to the radio, and he told me you need to come and listen to this. And so I was very very skeptical. I was thinking, you know, this is another get quick rich. You know, we're going to go in there, and they're gonna do a song and dance. And we're gonna be out, you know, thousands of dollars. So we went, and I I was very very skeptical. However, Kevin realized very quickly that he could do the single family that once he started listening multifamily just seemed the right way to go. And again, it was it was much harder for me to embrace that then Kevin because he's more than numbers guy. Kevin. What were your thoughts? When you first time you'll be tended. I was kind of skeptical too. But I had a I have a business degree. I have a bachelors, and and I started putting the numbers together and started looking at leveraging other people's time money and knowledge and one of the things that I really liked was it's not just the real estate investing. But more of lifelong learning, I mean, the books that you've read the things that you suggested I mean really started trash kind of changing our paradigm of what we actually believed to be the American dream job, you go to college and started kind of changing those things that, hey, this is something that we can do. So did you both go to the two day or just one of you? We we we do everything together. You know, we are. We're a couple that we're on the same page all the time. So you always see us together always doing things together. So we went together. The motto is we either do it together enthusiastically, or we don't do it at all. So in that sense. We were very fortunate that we were both on the same page. So we both went to the day. And in fact, you were teaching the two day really that's way back. So what was the aha moments for you guys each of you? I mean, there's always that that light bulb goes off ago. That's it. That's what I've been missing. Because it does it happens to me. I I'm listening to watching something I'm going to interesting. It's interesting. I'm hearing you. I'm hearing you, but bam there it is. That's what ties it all together. What what were some of the moments that struck you Selena? I it took me a little bit longer than Kevin. But what what it impressed me. Most was multifamily first of all realizing that we could do multifamily. I had no idea that just you know, any any person could purchase an apartment complex. That's such a foreign concept. I always thought that it would would big corporations are big companies, or you know, people with a lot of money. I just could not have phantom that that multifamily was within reach of anybody. And then realizing Scott the economies of scale in multifamily, you know, it's not it's not one house a hundred houses is not the same as a hundred door complex hundred door complex is much much easier than having to deal with one house for a hundred houses. So for me that was. Huge. I opening moment that we could actually do this. And it was very very possible to do. All right. Well, kevin. I'm going to pick your your impression up when we come back from the break because. We've only got thirty seconds left here. If anybody would like to call and ask questions either cabin or Selena, our number here is eight seven seven seven eleven fifty to eleven that's eight seven seven seven eleven fifty to eleven and if you ever wanted to send me an Email and ask questions to be answered on those line personally or on the air. Send me an Email it asks del at L U, INC dot com. That's A S K D E L at L, you INC dot com. We'll be right back with cabinet Selena. And. Oh..

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