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Diplomatic Pouch

Scuba Shack Radio

08:13 min | 2 months ago

Diplomatic Pouch

"It's time for another installment of sea hunt. It still alive here on scuba shack radio. And this time. We're going back to season three episode thirty eight titled diplomatic pouch diplomatic pouch premiered on september twenty fourth nineteen sixty. Well in this episode. Mike is back in a latin american country named san miguel. His mission is to retrieve a diplomatic pouch from crashed american airplane. The show opens up with mike searching the wreck while his buddies on the surface appearing to be fishing as luck would have it. Mike find the pouch and starts to head to the surface. There's a great shot of the voight swim fins as he ascends but just as mike breaks the surface he's confronted with an armed boat of officials who are pointing their guns at him and asking him if he would be so good to come on board what to do. Quick thinking mike takes a fix on his position and drops the pouch. Who are these armed men. The guy in charge is colonel ramirez and he is the head of the coastal defense. He's cold and tough and goes over. Mike's gear with a fine toothcomb. Just then mike's friend. Paul alexander pulls up with their boat. He tells mikey sorry. That he drifted. The boat drifted off process that they are on vacation. And he's from dallas texas. Colonel ramirez tells them that they are not to dive on the downed airplane at an at the penalty by order of the dictator row. All as is that they will be immediately deported. They are welcome to fish. Just stay away from the airplane. So now paul and mike are on the bridget or boat and paul is upset about the diving when might tells him he found the pouch but he had to drop it. He says he took a position. And we'll be able to find it. But how will that be possible with the colonel watching pause. Got a plan. But mike wants to know i. Where did he get that phony. Southern accent well. Paul's plan involves dragging mike to a local cantina. The club kellyanne. Tae sign is flashing on and off as they enter once inside. They sit down in the bartender heads over the jukebox. A stereo phonic rockall roller and plays a record loudly before waiting on and paul. Something's the bartender nods and mike and pau get up and head for the back room. The ace of pulse leave is one of colonel ramirez. Deputy familiaux who calls the kernel. A pig who goes beyond the law familiar will fight with his fingertips to overthrow the hated dictator. The plane is to get. The plan is to get information from familiaux on whether the colonel is going to put a diver on the wrecked plane. Now the the scene shifts to mike and paul on the water and they're trying to get to the wreck but they're constantly being pursued by the coastal defense. Just then shots are fired from the defense boat. And they're colonel comes alongside and tells them that the penalty for diving on. The wreck is no longer deportation. It's death before they leave familiar hotels. Mike and paul that they are going to have another diver coming from the capital. Soon we now had back to the cantina. We're familiar comes in the bartender. Nods towards the back room in the room familiar hotels mike composite. The situation is desperate. what can they do. Mike knows he will be an underwater hitchhiker. But only familiar can drop a line over the side of the colonels boat you see. Mike can swim to the rack but he needs a ride back. Familiaux says it will be done. So now we have paul mike on their boat watching a coastal defence boat with its diver onboard and her headed out to the wreck plane. Mike tells paul if anything happens he needs to get out of there because he's too valuable. Paul reluctantly agrees as mike. Put the powder into his wetsuit top. Once the divers from the colonel Once the diver from the kernels boot jumps in. Mike is in the water swimming towards where he dropped the pouch. He sees the line. Familial has tossed over the side but now he needs to pop to the surface to get his bearings so he can find the diplomatic pouch just before the men on the boat turn towards mike. He slips beneath the surface a close call. Mike is now underwater searching and searching trying to find the pouch before the enemy divers season. Finally he spots the pouch intact and now he needs to get it out now. Here's where it gets a little strange. Mike is kneeling on the bottom looking at the patch. Trying to figure out and then like maybe how to open it or something. He's got a puzzled look on his face. His back is towards the plane wreck. As he's puzzling over the pouch the enemy divers spots him pulls out his knife and be lines towards mike as he tries to stab. Mike looks like the pouch gets in the way we are now witnessed to a classic underwater knife flight where mike wrestles do knife out of the bad guys hand takes out his own life and you guessed it cuts who's hose. The enemy divers forced to the surface and mike heads under the colonel's boat too high policies the diver surface in figures. There's a problem so he starts to head out. Mike is trying to figure out what to do with the diplomatic pouch when he decides to stick between his back and his doubles now. The colonel suspects that mike is with paul so he starts out in hot pursuit. Mike grabs the line and his underwater hitchhiking begins. The ride is challenging. You can see the strain on his double hose thins. Just as he's about to let go the boat slows down and pulls alongside. Paul familiar searches the boat and said no one is aboard. Paul says he just wants to go home as this is no place for a vacation. That colonel tells them to get out of his country. Once colonel leaves. Paul is despondent at the thought of losing mike just any. Here's mike call out. I think i heard him call pau. Alex i'm not sure. But as paul looks over the side mike tosses up the diplomatic pouch telling him. He forgot his laundry. Mike has yet again the day now. There wasn't any indication in credits as to where this episode was film. The plane wreck looked pretty authentic with the large propeller and debris. I wonder if this was. In the bahamas. So there you have it. Diplomatic pouch from season three of sea hunt.

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Dallas County Maintains School Mask Mandate Despite Texas Supreme Court Ruling

All In with Chris Hayes

02:16 min | 3 months ago

Dallas County Maintains School Mask Mandate Despite Texas Supreme Court Ruling

"A remarkable public health showdown is taking place right now in dallas county texas where covert cases are spiking. The state supreme court just upheld the gop government is bound on mosque mandates. Well today was the first day of school in dallas. County and the superintendent is defying. Both the governor and the court by making kids wear masks. Dr michael hosa joins me to talk about his decision. Next it's the first day of school in dallas texas today where cova cases are surging and schools are taking safety matters into their own hands today in dallas. County one of the largest school districts in the state over one hundred thousand kids were told to come to class with their mosques on. that's despite rolling from the texas supreme court which sided with republican governor. Greg abbott's bound on. Musk mandates decision by the court which is made up of all republican. Justices is temporary but until a final decision is made kids in dallas county. Schools will be mosque regardless of the court's order. That's because the dallas independent school district superintendent. Michelina hosa is defying that ruling. And he joins me. Now thank you so much for coming on the show this evening. You had a moss. Monday in effect today. How did that go. was it difficult in false. No actually it was quite a positive and in fact it all started happening. Twenty four hours ago we try to plan as to. How are we going to execute our first day. 'cause we got the last minute bali and then when i went to the schools today it was amazing. It was nothing short of phenomenal. A have we have over. One hundred forty thousand students go to school today and i have reports that there. Three students who were not compliant One to at one high school another student. So what this tells me that we're on the site of justice but on the side the people believe in what we're doing as you can see by the pictures here that they know that win very dangerous zone. Despite what the you know elected officials are saying in austin and our own reality. You can't control people this way. If they're not going to be willing to participate then they will shun us. But i was very clear is that people are scared and they aren't going to take precautions to make sure that we're safe for the for now hand for the future so i was very proud of Dallas today

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Becky Hammon Hopes It Becomes Normal for Women to Get NBA Coaching Jobs

ESPN Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Becky Hammon Hopes It Becomes Normal for Women to Get NBA Coaching Jobs

"Becky Hammond today hire me on merit not to check a box. She said She can't wait for the time when it's normal for women to interview for a head coaching position in the N B. A and the gender is not the story. Then. Do you think that that will ever happen for Becky Hammond? Yes, I do, because she's that good. And you're not Pops top assistant right for the For this for this long of a stretch if you can't coach and Nancy Lieberman is a dear friend of mine I've known for years she's based in here in Dallas, Texas, where I live. Nancy Lieberman is just a remarkable basketball player in a basketball mind. And when you ask her about Becky Hammon man, she won't shut up. So Becky Hammond, I agree with her also gave on it should be on merit, and it will be on mayor when it comes to Becky Hammond. And, Yeah, I completely agree with her, and at some point, she's going to get a shot and it will be on merit. Not just because she's a

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"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

08:05 min | 4 months ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

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But i haven't done to tax plan to but i just haven't so i've got a little music. Never does not very much but anybody would love to connect on there. I'd be happy to connect nothing of artists in michael's amenity essence of go into this yet but while of artists mike some funny or nomo videos with you know the dog that family that would it be outside or whatever whatever and then they put your music in the background and an include your website 'em in the takas. Well you promoting music. You website both wanted talks about is do the little video summing it takes time and you've got to really like doing it to actually get fed up with it. Move is now listed talk today. I it's really really addicted. I actually love getting on there. And i i love the creativity on it. I just i just. I ran a couple of businesses on top. And then you take up so much time. And then i'm also mother so it's like one of those things that are on my list. I just haven't just haven't got back to it as much yet. So and thanks for a wanting to be butler. The visit funds which is to encourage the music fans of specially you'll funds to vie which is a survey view buckton. But it's the same kind of idea am 'cause we know in the background who had the most. If everybody voted five stars would still know you know how many from single and tree people 'cause he's got why of microbes show the duplicate that the review which is quite good and if people share you'll per follows wildly just helps a whole battle. The music competition lead into indigenous twenty. Twenty two we've got 'em dumb. Forget his second name there something. I haven't got tongue yet. But dumb is from 'em jess management and is a young had dumped caluzzi with invited everyone to join to put that profile up sofa. Me laundry bundy's cedo Will michaels people and couple of the big people stephen rent. She's a grumbling womanizer. He's helping me to organize it and then come. Polka is a filmmaker guardians of the galaxy. He's also indian artists to get the big people that as well as the in the office somewhere will never looking to free big names as well. When but essentially for the indie artists than any money we get will most of it go to an indie charity by flu In america side. Why it's been lovely talking probably to a you. You've learned the best spanish. Yeah yeah. I i kid. At one time they spoke spanish. Bits world. i don't know that. I can to this when it gets a spine them which from going despite all of the september and i've been there for like two days. It kind of comes back to you so might get this a bit wrong. I kind of. I done this sentence. over the time because a couple of times when i've been in spain i've actually met people who have been in the artist in them with donald live radio. Cha said this of see you your related so different for you than senior grazia porvenir out program now it may not be right but it s- sinewy or lady'll on the show thinking it's my pleasure i really am total. You have me on here and just really thankful for so the fans so they haven't just what i can do my music. It just means to me for thank you so much for letting me be a part of your day. There's absolutely wonderful in the funds to share. We won't be Doing much in the way of pumped in you just now. We're going to get the the big names. We're going to get everything. Set up. Get the legal stuff tunnels while an improbably if you now again got an email from Bunsen wait once four night at. We encourage you to get your fans to carry on vote in. It's just the way everyone win. Win win rarely without competition. And what's really going to and that's why sola back because we want to promote you more than us and if you can win a competition while that same better in this. 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"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

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"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

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"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

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"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

06:34 min | 4 months ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Lady redneck lee just country noticed from dallas texas on energy performances fund. Tongue-in-cheek sons are making the world. Set up tightness of this bloom. Blonde bombshell though. She doesn't look the a smooth town roots in quirky vendor. The redneck claim that she probably you right from the heart and you songs are true to life by son on his moments and stories You are what websites out. We can repeat them later. This lady redneck dot org and light divide neck music dot come. Redneck is avi nec cases. Lady neck dot org and lady redneck music come and the same really were social. Just put lady netco over neck. And most of 'em lady. I think music and find on facebook. Instagram twitter take talk lincoln and a nation. Which is stephanie. Got music on that one. So welcome to the show lady who had never term. Tell us about the lane that comes from us out with an impression from sort of the membrane watching on telly. Redneck is quite myth. Among is some hard cat. Butch cowboy or how even from texas for I used to sit on these programs. One was could In the eighties. Nineties could bonanza And then of course we had dallas itself aja even used to refer to certain people as rednecks. Oh well i have an and i think that the name does Have a lot of different connotations. but it's probably similar to what you're thinking a little bit. I grew up in a small town and and drew up on a farm. You know we worked with horses and cows and it was just a very simple life. And so i've got that side of me where i love to You know writing for willard's and be you know fishy ed. Do you all want fun stuff. But i'm also very much lady and so basically the name came from actually happened at recording stadium. One day we were. It was on my first. My first cd. Um we were making you know creating our own sound and and that was just magical The producer says something about you. Sound like a redneck maryland. And then they were like oh like the lady redneck and the next thing. I knew it kind of just stuck and so may never partly. It's a derogatory term Chiefly but not exclusively to white. Americans from the south of america and generally the hillbillies very similar united of come and people ordinary people uneducated people leaving our guess or just typically working classing Famous yes lonesome. Everyday i the what are you working on the moment. What's your current project My current pod jack. I just released my thong Two weeks ago. Identity your truck and that one is going so well sorry. I've been doing a lot of promotion without a lot of interviews. Lots of shows And that's been really exciting because it's been great. That people love that song. I think it just makes them smile. I think i think a lot of people can relate to it because so many people you know you. Most people have dented. The car trick at one time or another so I think a lot of people can kinda understand and sympathize with me on that one. So i i really start willing and now i'm getting ready. Actually i'm gonna release another one in three weeks. And i'm really excited about as well And i've just got. I've got a I try to come out usually with a new song once a month but with identity chuck. I'm gonna wait a little bit longer before. I released my next one just because it's doing so well and then i'll becoming canoes cd right before christmas as well as a couple of phone. So so me because i'm going to play that one fast them. What is the son will about. Because when i mean. I didn't listen to it at the moment i haven't had the time today but it's it's i can. I don't know it's like somebody's got angry with a truck driver. I'm just damaged trucco. Just normally you're driving along and you've dummy someone's trucking by accident but it seems like one way you you got to pick with truck driving you just deliberately probably intention you kick. It would usually be that one. But like when i write my because i write on my own music except for i usually do a couple of covers on each cd. But this is one of my originalism. I always just write music for real life so this is actually an experience. I had where. I just barely i had a very very long is driving my husband's check and i felt so bad and just about how i was trying to make it up to him and kiss him and just you know rather rather than whatever i could do to because i felt so bad about it. It's just sweet. It's just me feeling really bad about getting your truck. So it's there's no revenge. Hey you know the wills of just gone down the highway. It's quite good when you've made a sound relating to you husband anybody in your family Kind of it's more. The yes true true song you know. Bother them one. Some i mean trunks songs are true but these ones where they've story.

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Interview With Roger Wakefield LEED AP: The Expert Plumber

Around the House with Eric G®

01:42 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Roger Wakefield LEED AP: The Expert Plumber

"Welcome around ask there where we talk home improvement every single weekend. Thanks for joining us. I've got a special guest in the studio today. My brother from another mother. Roger wakefield plumber end trades now extraordinaire. Welcome to around the house by fred. Thank you for having me here. I appreciate it. How are you sir. Good man good. I see you every week. Doing your stuff on lincoln live which is great because i can find out what's going on in the plumbing trades and stuff out there but you have just literally been owning social media from the plumbing. Point of view doesn't matter if you're training people to get into the profession or help out homeowners to your everywhere and running a successful plumbing bill business in dallas texas. It's really funny. I spoke in front of a bunch of speakers last week. And that's one thing. The that p vargas the founder of the event talked about look people. Tell me all the time. They see me everywhere. And i started laughing because when he called me up on stage i told him said he just want want you to none. In the last twenty eight days we had nineteen and a half million video views on youtube and tiktok and he was just like late. That i can't even imagine that so. Yeah we're we're a started out with youtube and what we have. We've had people come up to us all around the country and say they recognize us and we started to talk about six months ago and now we're starting to get people to say dude. I see you all the time and you're automatically thinking on tiktok and they're like automatically thinking on youtube yup and then they're like on tiktok and it's like wait. Wait what it is. It's pretty funny.

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Mark Levin's First Introduction to Saul D. Alinsky 'Rules for Radicals'

Mark Levin

02:12 min | 6 months ago

Mark Levin's First Introduction to Saul D. Alinsky 'Rules for Radicals'

"It was 23. I don't remember. And, uh, Began an agency called the Action Agency, which no longer exists. And it was run by a great Patriot by the name of Tom parking out of Dallas, Texas. Long story short I was his Don't know. Chief of Staff Executive assistant. Whatever you wanna call it. And I was the first one in the building. During the transition. And, ironically enough was a building right off Lafayette Square doesn't exist anymore. They knocked it down and build a new building. Just as well. There are a lot of cockroaches there. In all forms. So I'm going through various data and statistics and looking at computers such as they were back then, but anyway Then I come across these big boxes. I mean, they were big. And they had thousands of copies of this red and white paperback book. Called Rules for radicals. By Saul Alinsky. And I'm relatively intelligent. I'm in there and see what the hell is this? No. Linskey was a Communist. I didn't know much else about him. Excuse me. Community activist out of Chicago. And I found these boxes in the Vista office Volunteers in service to America. Remember that part of the great society? And I said, look more and more into it and spoke to various people. I found out that you the taxpayer, we're paying enormous sums of money. To purchase this paperback book. And circulated in mass. In our inner cities. I said, Well, this sure as hell explains things in Philadelphia, where I Mostly familiar. It was the street brothers that was their name. And very radical. And In some ways, very violent.

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Millions Risk Losing Homes When Eviction Moratorium Ends

KIRO Nights

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Millions Risk Losing Homes When Eviction Moratorium Ends

"Know where they're going to sleep tonight as affections are slowly returning after states challenge the moratorium imposed In the pandemic. CBS NEWS National correspondent Omar VILLAFRANCA reports on two families and Dallas, Texas. This could be the first signs of unexpected tsunami of evictions as the nationwide moratorium is lifted. Up to 40 million Americans are at risk to lose their home. Black families are twice as likely as whites to face eviction. The ideal that you know is now okay to kick everybody out as if the virus is over with. It's not his neighbor, Linda Buoy is also being a victim. I'm worried, but I can't do nothing about it that can't keep praying over here. She has 24 hours to leave. Omar VILLAFRANCA.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Eight H. Mercury Studios lot here in Dallas, Texas. Welcome to the Glenn Beck program. We're glad you're here today. And if you've missed any of the show, you gotta catch it on the podcast. The first hour was unbelievable. A Knauer with Lieutenant General Jerry Boykin. He's one of the signers of the letter that was published by the flag officers, former flag officers of the United States the constitutional responsibility that they feel we all have. And the things that we are now facing worth a listen On Today's podcast. As is this hour, this'll hour. We are going to give two things one, uh, the threads that seemed to be fraying right now. In our flag. How do we piece them all back together, especially in this. Chaotic atmosphere that we're living in. We gonna talk about that next and at the bottom of the hour? The people that are pushing back on critical race theory. It's about to go to the big stage. I'll tell you about that, beginning in 60 seconds stand by. Glenn Beck program. So as you or anyone in the know might be aware, Shaman E has decided to extend their mother's Day special for another week. So you still have a chance to get all those amazing skin.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Dad with junior. We are broadcasting live from Dallas, Texas on I heart media as well as Km et in Southern California on ABC News talk. Hey, Junior. It's workout Wednesday with that. Have you worked out? Yeah, I did Go for my walk this morning with even me and my dog. We went on our walk. And then I actually did some guard work today, too. I was outside pulling weeds for, like, 45 minutes. Oh, nice. It's such a beautiful day here in In Dallas. It is I. I started early today, too, and I found a big fat dead rat in my garage Scared the bejesus out of me. I was like the one that was living in the roof and theirs, And the good news is there's only one of them. There's only once I went up into the attic and Actually, I didn't Thomas did. Thomas is a guy that helps me a lot around here because I have a pretty big property. I do a lot of it myself, too, You know, but they're putting in the Graystone today on the walkway from all the dogs where they've beat up my lawn, and it's just like a big mud hole back there. So honest to Pete. It's always something but it Zingano my all too happy to go two miles. Oh, it is happy Single day, Maya. Oh, I might have to go out and have some Mexican food tonight. Maybe a margarita. Absolutely. Or a virgin martyr. Margarita, You know they're pretty good, too. But for everybody out there that is abstaining from drinking alcohol, Which you know is a good idea. I think every once in a while, keep yourself in check, right? Yeah, everyone, So I'll do a little purge and cleanse and just don't catch I might be in my friends actually do that. Sometimes I'll go like couple weeks, so I just won't drink. We'll go out or something. I just won't have a beer sometimes. Yeah, yeah, it's it's you know, it's it. It's good to relax. It really is and you know, right now, I was listening to it. Oh, a report earlier about just how much stress there is right now in America. So many people are suffering from anxiety and depression and And so it's perfect that we talked about working out because there's nothing that makes you feel better than exercise for depression and anxiety. I know it personally, I've practiced it my whole life. And you know, I haven't been able to work out for a couple of days. So after the show, I am going to get my workout in and I'm thinking about doing like a fluid running thing because we have Jennifer Conroy on at the half, and she's the founder of this company called Fluid running, and It's a deep water running fitness company, so I don't know. I don't have the belt and I don't have a real deep end in my pool. But I'll figure it out. We'll make it work. Somehow I'll make it work somehow. But you know, we've got a great show coming up. We really do and I let me introduce a leader blast, saying that leader is a certified personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist with over 30 years in the fitness industry leader was one of the First trainers to be certified as a body pump instructor in the U. S. She specializes in corrective exercise and group fitness. And Lida and her husband, Tom Blas Blas, who's been on the show many many times as well started Be Indy by Tom and Lida offering a one on one group training kids classes and self defense seminars for all ages. You confined leader and Tom on instagram at body and defense. And at at leader Blas as well, Let's be L A s always want to say blast, but it's gloss like blah, blah, blah, except she's anything from blah, blah, blah. She's a She's a rock star. You guys how you doing today leader? I'm doing great, Bernadette. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. And I love what we're talking about. I always think that people, especially women, all people should be prepared for self defense. But today we're focusing in on self defense advice for women and girls of all ages, So I mean, everybody wants to feel safe wherever they live, And I do think that, you know Part of that is being vigilant. But what crime happens everywhere and so at what age should we start learning about self defense? Would say as soon as possible. As early as the child is able to begin learning self defense. We have had students as young as four years old. Enduro yeses and do very well depending on the maturity of the child. Of course, some don't do well with that age. Others do so it depends on the child, but that's a early Yeah, absolutely. I say. Four years old, even three years old. I mean, it's never too young to defend yourself in my opinions because it teaches you more than self defense. It teaches you awareness. It teaches you to be vigilant and just being aware of your surroundings without instilling fear, because I think when someone when someone's very little in, they don't understand. Perhaps you know that could incite a little fear in them. Like why do I have to be You know in Ah, I don't know, in a frame of mind where you know where you We don't want to push it too much is what I'm trying to say. Right? Right with a little Children. Yeah, but we do teach our Children stranger danger. You know, we teach them Things like, you know, don't speak to someone If you don't know who they are. Don't go with anyone if they ask you to go, so I mean, we're already teaching them that anyway, eh? So it's not like we're not introducing it to them Young because young Children are targets now. Unfortunately, Oh, gosh, I know it's so scary it is. It's It's really, uh, I try not to think about it. You know, I I really try not to think about it because it is so disturbing. Um, but But self defense is something that can be learned pretty quickly, right? Can you can you tell us how quickly it can be learned even at four. It could be learned very quickly. Actually, we teach one combination. It's one of the first things.

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Denton ISD to extend online learning into 2022 through K-8 Virtual Academy

Weekend Edition Sunday

02:38 min | 8 months ago

Denton ISD to extend online learning into 2022 through K-8 Virtual Academy

"System that recognizes the benefits of virtual learning is the dent in independent school district just outside of Dallas, Texas right now, about a third of its more than 30,000 students are taking classes online, and they'll still have that option next year. That's because the district recently announced the launch of a new K eight virtual academy. Jamie Wilson is the superintendent. And he joins us Now. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me today, Sarah. Now is this just about accommodating families who are worried about Cove it or are there other reasons why families and students want to stay online? So we've been an in person learning in our school district since the Tuesday after Labor Day. And giving our parents a choice to learn from home. As the years progressed, some families have made the decision to stay at home. That could be for a health reason or it could be because they're actually seeing some benefits to online learning. So we're planning to meet both needs. What kinds of students so far are you seeing benefit the most from virtual learning? Really? We're seeing a cross section of all of our students were seeing students with special needs were seeing students of gifted, talented some of our students who may B A B D or able to focus for shorter periods of time, and some students really can work through their curriculum a little faster, and it allows himself pacing to happen for our students and their families. So really, It's an individual decision that allows our students and their families to make a choice of how they want to receive their instruction. So much of school in addition to academic instruction Let's face it. A lot of it is about learning how to be around other people how to socialize with peers and with adults. How do you compensate for what? Kids who stay home Maybe year after year are not getting in that environment. We undoubtedly believed that our families will choose that be involved in extracurricular activities at school. We may even have some clubs that are available to our students. In addition to that, if you think about our families and in most families in general As we've gone through the pandemic, they've identified themselves small clusters of students for them to get with and be around so that they do get that socially. Most of learning and they do have opportunities to forge relationships. It's really Teaching us some things about collaboration in the ability of our students to self select some collaborators for their online learning is they kind of started with their own hubs in our forced online learning environment, So we think when we get intentional with it, and we train our teachers with making the best of our online learning environment that will even get As good or better results than we're seeing with our in person remembers.

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Malik Aziz to be next police chief for Prince George?s County

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Malik Aziz to be next police chief for Prince George?s County

"After Prince George's counties. Previous police chief resigned last June amid claims of discrimination inside the department. A national search has been under way for a new top cop there, and today, the county executive announced her pick I have selected Deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of police. He's a 29 year veteran of the Dallas Police Force. Who county executive Angela also, Burke says, has an unblemished record. No monitor to receive that selection and stand before you one thing he plans to focus on. We often talk about community policing. In crime reduction and to me, they're one in the same they do not exist without the other Also is. The police department faces a lawsuit claiming unfair treatment for some minority officers without commenting on the case. He says he plans to hear from all his officers. Every officer will have equity in this system. Mike Murillo w T. O P. News. The County

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Dallas Deputy Chief Tapped to Run Prince George's County Police

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 8 months ago

Dallas Deputy Chief Tapped to Run Prince George's County Police

"Also Brooke, announcing the next chief of police for the county and after this long and thorough process, I am very proud to announce today that I have selected deputy chief Malik Aziz, who is deputy chief for the police department in Dallas, Texas, to be our next chief of Police County executive also Brooks, noting Chief Aziz this commitment to community policing his leadership in the National Black Police Association and advocacy for police Reform. We know we acknowledge me. Have never hidden from the fact that we also have a very serious issues in our department similar to other departments across the nation. Barbara Brute W E Mail

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Dallas, Texas residents still without power amid statewide crisis

Dan O'Donnell

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Dallas, Texas residents still without power amid statewide crisis

"Are dealing with burst pipes after a winter storm that knocked out power for thousands less than 200,000. People in Texas are waking up for 1/5 Day without power as the state shifts to another crisis with over seven million residents under a boil water order following record low temps that damaged infrastructure and pipes. This is what it sounds like walking around. So Ana Reed's home in Dallas. It's like the Twilight Zone. It's like whatever can happen has happened. FEMA has sent generators to support water treatment plants, hospitals and nursing homes with freeze warnings across the deep South. Jeff Man. Also Fox News Oil

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Dallas officer struck, killed by suspected drunk driver

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

Dallas officer struck, killed by suspected drunk driver

"Police in Dallas, Texas, say is suspected drunk driver has been arrested after he hit and killed a Dallas police officer who was blocking the scene of an accident. According to a police statement. Officer Mitchell Penton was standing next to his patrol car with the emergency lights activated early this morning when this is when the suspect slammed independence vehicle. Witnesses told police. The driver, Philip Maverick, was driving very fast Maverick was arrested on warrants for intoxication manslaughter on a police officer. And intoxication

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Center steps up to register underserved South Dallas residents for vaccine

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:24 min | 10 months ago

Center steps up to register underserved South Dallas residents for vaccine

"Here's the nbc. News affiliate in dallas texas reporting from vaccine registration event at a neighborhood in south dallas with a majority hispanic population. There was tremendous turnout at this oak cliff. Vaccine registration operation for people like to minka a sparser came. I don't know how to going the internet. Sparce says turn out here sends a message chose neither. There's a lot of people here that's willing to take that time. There's a lot of people here who are willing to get the shot. So how do we ensure that people like domingo and people from other communities of color get vaccinated joining us now. Dr james hildreth. He's an infectious disease. Expert on the president and ceo of mary medical college. He's a member of the fda's vaccine advisory committee which is evaluating co vaccine's. dr hilda. thank you for being with us. I'm just floored by this. We talked for eight nine ten months about one day. If we're so lucky to be able to get an effective vaccine not to vaccines or three vaccine effective vaccine. You know we're gonna have to work to really convince people to take it but that was going to be the problem. I i'm fascinated by the difficulty. People continue to have in getting access to this vaccine access seems to be a bigger issue than acceptance. Well ali. thank you for having me. I but the problem has many layers. There's a gap of supply which all of us are dealing with. There's a gap of trust in the the gap of access that you've alluded to a and these issues are related to the same reason why african americans biden next. People are being more devastated by the pandemic in the first place. A you know. We don't have access to healthcare on an equal basis. We don't have access to technology. So all the things that led to covid nineteen disproportionate affecting the populations are reaping reflected. Now by the challenges with vaccine. Can't underestimate the the trust issue here that we've gotta make sure. We have trusted messengers organizations. That are leading the way in terms of trying to get the vaccine to the people we want to another thing is we have detected backstage to these populations not necessarily relying them coming to the back. Things are that has to be part of our strategy. We have to get the vaccine to the communities ca. Some of them just cannot make it where the vaccine have been given. That's a major hurdle. We have to get us that.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on WJR 760

"But the effort and his physical play have been immeasurable. Recently, the Dallas Texas native went into detail about what his plans are to help. The less fortunate after his playing days on the court are over. My my big goal was silly. Play a little bit of basketball, accumulates the money and then be able to donate that. And because I would watch those commercials on, you know certain kids and, you know, impoverished countries that needed plumbing and Needed food and warlike or all that stuff, right? And when I got here, my major at first was computer engineering. And then someone talk about you know if you're not gonna love, you know, What you're doing and why I do it and just do what you love. And, you know, you know, the money will come or whatever. And I was, like, all right, well, I've always wanted to help out the impoverished kids and do this and I have something to do with that. Close IRA simply, I want to, like, stay in engineering. I don't really wanna like venture out too far. Let's sort of civil causes more construction days. Brittle bridges, rural word a little bit of planning. Go help out, actually go over there and set it up myself and give the Make a plan for all right. This is how we could set up the plumbing here, they said. We can set up your water over here. That's how we can set up Rose this way Toe make it easier to say you have to travel in these bad areas, and that's like what I wanted to do, and it just is. You know, hopefully, you know, follow through with it. I'm loving it right now, so we'll see. That'll wrap up another edition of the Michigan sports Bree brought to you by Frankenmuth.

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Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

The Addicted Mind Podcast

06:57 min | 11 months ago

Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until you know certainly wasn't fixed a thirty day curated took me a few years therapy Few years of mentorship but there was a it. Sounds like there was a change in you where you said. Okay i gotta dig deeper here. Something's gotta be different. I can't keep going like this really crazy to say i was on about ninety milligrams of methadone back in the nineties. And i i went to jail overstated. They didn't give me the doses. Methadone so i ended up withdrawing older. Eat from both methadone in heroin on the floor. Wow jail and it was a newsroom experience. I mean it a really miserable experience you know. It was in that fog than i decided. you know. this isn't fun anymore. And you know i mean most of the reason that i was using drugs to escape age of of that i created for myself really but it was a coping skill. Drug use was a coping skill. Not not a very resourceful coping skill but it was yulong and you know the payable. That really made me decide that. I needed to try something else. I was very blessed. Because i i was in jail here in hawaii. And there's a program here old milita which is known as the long hard core long-term aren't or program and the you know. The word on the street was that if you really wanna get your act together. That's the place that you go. And i didn't have anything to lose. That's for sure. So i reached out to them in jail and call them. They came to visit me in jail in a few weeks later. They got me into the program so they are able to to take you in and you really wanted to to get some treatment. It sounds like you were kind of ready at that point. Yeah find the right place in the right place mentally and emotionally that i knew something had to change about jails institutions and death while i was facing all that and it became very apparent to me that the gig was up and it was time to make a change are the only alternative was either gonna die or overdose. Several times nearly died but is facing lindsay incarceration because of by drug use.

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Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:43 min | 11 months ago

Habilitat Creating Community with Jeff Nash

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until you know certainly wasn't fixed a thirty day curated took me a few years therapy Few years of mentorship

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Interview With Jeff Nash ON Creating Community

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:34 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Jeff Nash ON Creating Community

"Hello everyone welcome to the addicted. Mind podcast today. My guest is jeff. Nash and he is going to talk about habilitated and their model for sustained recovery. Jeff thank you so much for coming. Onto the addicted mind podcast. I am really interested to hear your story but also to hear your model of addiction treatment. Thank you thanks for means a pleasure to be here this morning. All right so tell us a little bit. Where does it all start for you. Oh wow that's a long story like a lot of people. I ended up getting involved with drugs alcohol at a very young age twelve years low and it got really bad really fast. By the time. I was sixteen years old. I was shooting heroin and other substances saw and renew sleep and of course that brought a lot of legal problems and now jail lots of treatment and i was raised in texas dallas texas and i went through fourteen different treatment programs throughout my life and continued really struggle in and out of jail in and out of programs so the age of thirty actually twenty nine years old is when i finally got it together and for me rui. I realized later that i needed. I needed more than just. The normal substance use treatment. I needed a life. Overall are some point hind landed in. Hawaii ended up in trouble ear in jail and eventually ended up in the village. And i kind of took to habilitates philosophy like a duck. They helped me find a passion. Nail figure out who i was and on the final i had a knack for helping other people. They put me through a lot of training. They sent me to school to learn about a substance use treatment and administration and things like that and eventually i became the program. Director for tat. And i did that job for about sixteen years. I was very blessed. I was trained but actually the last person that was trained by the people who founded the program unfortunately our founder any marino us. Since passed away. But i was very blessed to be trained by heaven his wife and then i did the program director of the program for about sixty years and the ultimate two thousand fifteen. I became the executive director. So i've been with a village out now for about twenty four years. I think and different abilities very much. Enjoy what we do and this is so you know. I found my niche. I guess and got a nice life. Now been clean and sober for about twenty four years. That's awesome that's career. Comedy story pretty similar to people's stories right. Tell me a little bit about the fourteen times of trying treatment so here you were addicted pretty early. I guess you know. I think he said thirteen or fourteen years old drugs. By the time. I was sixteen hours using obviously right so using some really hardcore drugs at a very young age very young age of development and you into fourteen different treatment centers. I mean. that's really like someone who is trying to get help ya. Well i think to me jimmy rule honest. I think my family wanted me to get a lot more than i really. Did you know. I had a lot of people i mean i have some childhood traumas that were unresolved goes very angry. Disenfranchised with life you know the family was dysfunctional. Common themes wait was substance abuse on trying and trying really. It was when i got to be a little bit older and how to jail and withdraw in jail and watching life pass me by and to get a little bit more motivated like i need to give together. This is not fine. I was actually of a lengthy prison sentence that i was facing drums now for for drug for drug possession. That's what prompted me to trying. Really dig down deep and try and overcome all these issues until

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Rose Bowl, Los Angeles game relocated to Dallas, Texas due to Covid-19

Snap Judgment

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Rose Bowl, Los Angeles game relocated to Dallas, Texas due to Covid-19

"The state of California is denying a request that a few 100 fans be allowed to watch the Rose Bowl in person on January 1st because of pandemic restrictions, so organizer's air moving the college football playoff semifinal. Arlington, Texas, the home of the Dallas Cowboys. The last time the Rose Bowl was moved from Pasadena was a 1942 after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

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How To Get Testimonials That Sell

The $100 MBA Show

04:24 min | 1 year ago

How To Get Testimonials That Sell

"Everybody knows. They need to have testimony on their website on their sales pages but they don't really know how to get them and when they do they're not really sure if these system will actually help sell the products and services now this is especially true for those who are starting a brand new business or a new to business. they're like i don't have any experience. How do i get testimony l. We'll we'll talk about that later in the episode but first let's talk about getting testimonials from current clients from current customers. And how do you make sure that the craft testimonial that works for your business that sells your products and services first of all when people think about asking about testimonials they think about calling people emailing people and ask them. Hey can you tell me about your experience or give me testimonial and the thought of this makes them feel like huddle really wanna do this. This is a lot of work You know the confrontation all that kinda stuff. This is why i believe that. If you're going to collect testimonials you have to automate it. You have to the other thing you have to do is that you have to incentivize people to do something for you okay. This is just how the world works people work in incentives. There's nothing wrong with compensating and rewarding people for making an effort so first. Let's talk about the automation part. You need to automate the system. For example you can send an automated email with email marketing provider when someone becomes a customer after a certain period of time so wants to become a customer. Wait thirty days. And then send them an automatic email asking them for a testimonial some people like to ask for to simone deals. That are in some like video testimonials. We'll get into all that in a moment but right now you need to put this into place. You can do this in about five minutes. Okay maybe like fifteen or twenty minutes. Let's be realistic. But you can set up an automatic email that people get when they become accustomed after thirty days so after the bought something from you or you know used your service thirty days later they get this email it says hey hope you enjoyed the product of hope. You loved the experience. We always liked to feature our wonderful customers on our website. We would love to future you and your business or you and what you do alongside testimonial and you could just be honest with. Hey this is going to be easy. Don't worry and you're gonna tell them how to create testimony because most people don't really know how to do it or not really sure what the say They're kind of thinking. What should i write. What should i say out of our craft this so you're gonna make it easy for them. You could just say straight up. You can reply to this email with the system. Oneal answers these four questions. You can do it on your phone with a video or you can just writing in texts now by doing this. You're just telling them what you would like to be included in the testimonial the actual answers that are going to give you. But you're just guiding them so that they know what to right so the first thing you're gonna say tell me a little bit about yourself your business what you do whatever it is you know you wanna make sure that other people at watch it. S a monica. Identify who this person is. Okay this person's in this kind of business Okay i get it there. The ceo or maybe the head of marketing gives some context to the testimony. And that's an easy softball question. They can answer. I'm so and so. And i do so and so in this company or if you don't serve businesses you serve like customers and users could just say. Hey my name is so. And so. And i'm from Dallas texas the next question. You want them to answer. Is what was your life before my product before experiencing my service to paint the before picture so get them to answer that question. The next question the third question is what was your life. After consuming my product using our service is is important because you want to show the transition the result of using your product or service. This is a really want to know what their life was before what life is after and it shows. The transition shows the got on investment. And then lastly you ask them what their favorite thing is about your product or service and this is going to allow them to highlight your unique selling proposition. It might be your customer service. It might be ease of use. You might be the style. The design might be the price. The point here is that they're going to highlight something that is going to resonate with your potential buyer. When they read it or watch that video

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Dallas - Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Offers Up To $1M Reward For ‘Voter Fraud Whistleblowers And Tipsters’

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas - Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Offers Up To $1M Reward For ‘Voter Fraud Whistleblowers And Tipsters’

"Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick is offering a million dollars and rewards for anyone who confined voter fraud evidence. Patrick announced the plan yesterday, saying those who come forward with information leading to an arrest and conviction would get At least. $25,000, The Republican says he wants all legal votes counted while saying President Trump is correct and seen a fraud was a factor in the recent election.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Brother I never wanted love of Dallas Texas exes follow for cigarette go down it's eight oh seven this balance in the morning pledge of allegiance coming up next as well I didn't well of course it would go down what's in the morning is one of four three by myself Kevin gill Brian little Val whatever favorite features here in the show during this quarantine due to pandemic year difference shot at home whatever favorite things has been the pledge of allegiance were patriots we are respectful of our country we all may have your beliefs at times that might be opposed politically or something like that but none of that matters when you come together and you can hear these young kids do the pledge of allegiance like they're back to their classrooms because they are at home now just distance learning to hear them do the pledge it really does in my opinion I think it kind of warms your heart so we say good morning to Aiden and Shane Warne does warning are you guys ready to do the pledge of allegiance yeah yeah fantastic house.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on KOMO

"Markets more in Dallas Texas where parks are closed this weekend and a stay at home order is still in effect as health officials try to slow the spread of covert nineteen here on this popular walking trail there are signs that urge people to keep their distance and the governor here says there are signals that they may be flattening the curve here in the state and next week he could announce an executive order to begin re opening businesses here the nearly deserted streets here in downtown Denver or sign that social distancing is mostly working we see a fair number of people wearing masks the governor says it is helping flatten the curve here in Colorado but we are not out of the woods yet and they have just started to set up a field hospital at the convention center downtown that could hold as many as two thousand patients let's bring in Dr Jen Ashton who has been covering this every step of the way and ABC news contributor and former homeland security adviser Tom Bossert good morning to you both and Tom I want to start with you a week ago the president warned this would be a tough week and a brace for a high death toll and the numbers are breathtaking we've heard a lot of people comment on this but do you think we finally picked well I think two things have happened this week that people are now just starting to understand we've we've started to see the peak I guess is how I phrase it across the country but they're realizing around the country that were on different roller coasters at different times of some people are still clicking up that roller coaster others are right at the top and others have already started screaming back down adding new cases but at a slower rate and now the difference is we have to new wants the message so that we don't lose the people that are seeing themselves already down the curve and mislead the people that are about to take a really big hit it's so important and and Dr Jennifer weeks now we've heard about the goal of flattening the curve but health experts are also talking more about the need to raise the line in the health care system capacity can you break down what that means yeah Martha that's a concept and a term that we need to familiarize ourselves it's kind of you can think of it as the phase two to flattening the curve so if you look at that curve which so many people saw several weeks ago that raising the line are raising the bar is that horizontal line that needs to come up that refers to the capacity of our health care system and way beyond just in terms of staff space and supplies it's really resources it's the truth strategic use of our health care system and so without raising that line when when the flattening of the curve does the current as Tom was saying and the peak has passed us without certain measures in place we run the risk of being in the same position with our health care system in in dated and under water if we don't take those steps right now at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news almost money report is sponsored by propel insurance from ABC news Wall Street weekend the.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on KOMO

"More in Dallas Texas where parks are closed this weekend and a stay at home order is still in effect as health officials try to slow the spread of covert nineteen here on this popular walking trail there are signs that urge people to keep their distance and the governor here says there are signals that they may be flattening the curve here in this state and next week he could announce an executive order to begin re opening businesses here the nearly deserted streets here in downtown Denver or sign that social distancing is mostly working we see a fair number of people wearing masks the governor says it is helping flatten the curve here in Colorado but we are not out of the woods yet and they have just started to set up a field hospital at the convention center downtown that could hold as many as two thousand patients let's bring in Dr Jen Ashton who has been covering this every step of the way and ABC news contributor and former homeland security adviser Tom Bossert good morning to you both and Tom I want to start with you a week ago the president warned this would be a tough week and a brace for a high death toll and the numbers are breathtaking we've heard a lot of people comment on this but do you think we finally picked well I think two things have happened this week that people are now just starting to understand we've we've started to see the peak I guess is how I phrase it across the country but they're realizing around the country that were on different roller coasters at different times so some people are still clicking up that roller coaster others are right at the top and others have already started screaming back down adding new cases but at a slower rate and now the difference is we have to new wants the message so that we don't lose the people that are seeing themselves already down the curve and mislead the people that are about to take a really big hit it's so important and and Dr Jennifer weeks now we've heard about the goal of flattening the curve but health experts are also talking more about the need to raise the line in the health care system capacity can you break down what that means yeah Martha that's a concept and a term that we need to familiarize ourselves it's kind of you can think of it as the phase two to flattening the curve so if you look at that curve which so many people saw several weeks ago that raising the line are raising the bar is that horizontal line that needs to come up that refers to the capacity of our health care system and way beyond just in terms of staff space and supplies it's really resources it's the truth strategic use of our health care system and so without raising that line when when the flattening of the curve does a current as Tom was saying and the peak has passed us without certain measures in place we run the risk of being in the same position with our health care system inundated and under water if we don't take those steps right now at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news almost money report is sponsored by propel insurance from ABC news Wall Street weekend markets re open on Monday after a three day weekend investors are hoping to continue the momentum after one of the best weeks in years for stocks they stored on signs the covert nineteen curve may be starting to flatten in many places and I'm worried that Congress may soon get to work on a fourth economic relief package if you're expecting a check from the third package the treasury department says many of them are going to be directly deposited into the bank accounts of people who have their tax returns sent to them that way you're getting a paper check it may take a little bit longer to get yours the big family get togethers or travel out of the question for many of us this Easter and Passover weekend some people may be spending time doing their income taxes but they have extra time this year.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"There with you Frank in Dallas Texas a Frank what's on your mind that I hi thanks for taking my call really appreciated what to say from the outset that I appreciate your program and everything you're doing but here's the thing I don't wanna you know I'm a little upset at the fact that as Democrats we're at each other's throats I mean I can coming clean yes I did vote for Biden but I was just an inch close to voting for Bernie as well a burning represents what the Democratic Party ought to be you know and the way we should be positions because you know a lot of Democrats are tired of playing Charlie Brown Lucy and the football with Republicans it's that simple but you know we're at each other's throats this is insane this is I am not here and that Frank I you know I'm hearing people who like burning who are who are you know trying to understand the situation or or you know try to suggest ways that he can do better people who like Biden who are saying you know he's a good and decent man and I believe he is I think either one of them would make great presidents and I and I will support either one of them however wins the primary it's was gonna come down to my preference would be burning over Biden but I can build a I can build a case for Biden you know is that I think that the both moving in the same direction I saw Biden's speech last night and he he used the word progressive at least twice in every sense I mean he was you know he was talking about he wasn't saying free college and free health care but he was talking about affordable I mean you know it is okay so we take in another it takes awhile for years longer to get there but I you know if you look at the at the demographics look at how the young people are our polling they're not showing up to vote in these large numbers but they're but they're at with their opinions as they get older and they start being you know start voting in large numbers we're gonna get there anyway no matter what Frank well yeah I I agree with that and I feel the same way whether it's Bernie whether it's by noon I'm voting.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is so harsh harsh earnest and beautiful Dallas Texas the earnest take care and thanks for coming on the show you betcha I have a question for you so there's a there's a device that my GPS tracking device for kids and elderly that I'm looking to put on the market and just kind of get out there I'm a police officer police officer for seven years and we taking several calls for the elderly and children that just kind of wander off and the parents just have this feeling of not knowing if they don't know whether the child that it's awful arable so it is an especially for us after respond to that because you know these parents and guardians are the ones that are looking to you as as kind of a heroes to help you locate their their loved one you kind of feel powerless in a way because you know just as much as they know you know you go to find places where they might hang out or just places that are known to frequent and so the device I wanted to come up with it was a GPS tracking device that you can fasten on attacker she wasted your pocket when my wife even had an idea of maybe even putting it on your end or necklace and my question is is I'm not sure exactly the first step to take in in order to get this get going to get the wheel what went on it so so what is your goal Ernest what is the end game I mean I know you want to help save lives and have people it would not be in these dire situations and have loved ones find out later that you know where this person was maybe they could have found them before harm came and came and took them away but is it are you looking to develop a product for this or what exactly yes ma'am I'm looking to develop the the product that will be used you can actually see in real time on an application that will come with the products through something like Google maps and invite my overall in in game work this is to work with Michigan exported children I would like to see the number of missing people zero but realistically if we can drastically reduce that number through this device it would just you know it would make me very happy and I think it would make a lot of people happy to see that number drastically reduce unfortunately you know human trafficking it is an unfortunate reality and in our society today and you know I know you'd mentioned you know some of the ones go missing and you find them later on thank you kind of wonder what you could've done for them and I worked a case about two years ago where we had an elderly man dell servers crashing out and he never returned so we assembled a big gas search party with the fire department and that they had thermal imaging devices that's awesome we even called a helicopter from Boston and to come look they had slayer unfortunately we couldn't locate the gentleman and about four months later there was a ranger checking instance line and unfortunately he did find the find the remains and I was it would that would really bothered me for and it still bothers me to this day they can't support it when we were able to have it there now but absolutely their sound if you know even if he had his phone on him and his family was able to track him on find my friends or whatever last you know you're you're your job is very very difficult and I thank you for your job because I don't know if I could do your job I think I think it would be if they could be you very very difficult for me personally to separated at the end of the day you know yes ma'am and it's like I have a friend of mine who she's a a cancer doctor for kids pediatrician I'm like oh my gosh some of the cases she has babies that have cancer and I'm a you know and I I think you know that what can we do aside from pray right and thank god I thank god for our own blessings but here's the thing there are products that exist belts are like people could put a belt on somebody either put something in the soles of their shoes they have little pendants like you've mentioned they do exist but far too often and I think you see in this because I've seen this that in here in this chair that people do not reach out for help until it's too late okay yes ma'am that I don't normally get very rarely do I get the call Hey Kim how do I protect little Johnny from sexting his girlfriend until little Johnny gets caught sexting and then the parents will call me and say Johnny got caught sexting I don't know how that ever could happen well maybe you weren't watching little Johnny okay yes absolutely so so I think there instead of developing a new product I think if you could engage yourself in a mission it would be which I would be happy to help you identify these products that exist and say if your family members fall into this category okay these are the products that you need to put on them if you have a parent who's living alone and maybe he's over the age of eighty may take a wrong turn okay then this is the product that you need if you have a child with developmental needs okay then this is a product for you see the products already exist and that's why I would encourage you to work with them and maybe even the local your local police department and then start putting out more I I hate to say public service announcements but I can't think of a better word for that but educational campaigns to to say this this is what can happen this is what happened and kinda like sometimes like shock therapy if you get my drift that that you're here are some cases that we worked on and here are some products that could and by the way we're not making any money off of these products right so is there absolutely and and I would love to see just recently I had two mothers call that their daughters came home and then when they returned home from work they work there and come to find out that they were they were out playing tag but the friend around the corner but just to see the heartbreak and and nauseating look on the face of not knowing whether child set because it was out of character for these these two girls to wander off they were about ten years old and you know I know every you can you can imagine all the horrible things that could have happened to those two young girls it would you know times are different I mean I remember and that when my mother would say go ride your bike in the neighborhood you know and I would go out at nine o'clock in the morning and I come back at lunch time I mean at one o'clock and should be like what do I like I don't know what's wrong with bank okay not that way anymore Ernest let's put together a list let me help you put together.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Madden Dallas Texas hi there hello Matt. yeah then it's like taking a call I was I've been a long time listener your show on the. you talk about you've been divorced and I just wondered. you know what effect that had on your children did that kind of stuff I need. you know the value teaching or did you work together with your ex quiet for you know how did that all play out because I did that of our divorce died when. twenty year old little boy and another twenty six. and the boy was three we got divorced then. you know you may have one expectation in one home and and and then another expectation in another home so I just wonder how right well look it's a very it's a very important question it's probably worthy of of an author ultimate issues are with the effects of divorce doesn't even have to be an ultimate issues our. this this is worthy of an entire hour salami hello I have two of the subsidy be brief. hello answering the general rather than specific to my own children. but you can extrapolate what you wish anyway the issue is. my conclusions. I was the director of a of educational institute that's the reason I came to California Molly twenties. so before I was ever married thirty two I met a lot of kids thousand thousand kids probably got to know them really well because I spent the whole summer with them. a hundred at a time hundred July at a hundred dollars. did that for about ten years so that's a lot of kids. a lot of them were from divorced homes. and I remember telling one of my friends and I have no axe to grind I was even married you know. pretty clear to me is the divorce is not the issue for most kids it's what happens after the divorce at the time I got hold on hold that position today. even before I was ever married I knew that the issue was not the force the issue was what happens after the divorce. as two different values and in both homes. of course if you have the same values is a good chance you'd still be married. that's exactly what the reductions there were two homes is because you probably do in many ways have different values..

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"dallas texas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From Dallas Texas to Virginia with my company when I got here it was count unable to do my job because of some pre existing HR and legal nightmares some read one of my family at this point I'm just got to get out to protect us we've got a couple options you can either go back over from from Dallas Texas more testing Louis Missouri which is one of the more affordable and got friends there we don't have our family there. back in Dallas our families are there and a friend recently hit me up and said Hey I'm gonna have a start up in about the next twelve to eighteen months and I'd like you to work with us the job of the dream but of course it's a start up so it's hard for them to just got a lot of things were considering right now we want to make the most wives financial decision we know that you have the benefit of was the years of wisdom and not be emotionally charged in a situation. last part sometimes is the only thing I've got all right the best way to look at the stuff is panned back further than today's need or opportunity and say. ten years from now fifteen years from now which of these choices takes me to where I work really want to go and we're really want to go is a a place I want to live. and be my career is doing things I wanted to do you know I think I heard that to be Dallas here. Dallas is a little bit more where you want to live. but the V. I. employment is a little less it's a little sketch year but with a big upside..

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"dallas texas" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Dallas Texas I their Tana caminar you could did I pronounce your name correctly if enacted that okay welcome I'm sorry about that I'm very close very close so what's going on I'm wondering someone informed me today that they did a Google search and had my name my entrance relatives my phone number I can get information on a Google search and I was wondering if there's any way possible that I could have that information removed are how can I protect myself from personal information being right on the internet like that is there a way to do that it's pretty crazy isn't it yeah Gary it's very frightening because you're like okay who who who needs this information and what could they went that aeration which will do is find out which site that it was that was supplying that sometimes what's happening now is with the Google search is that they know that if people just search somebody's name right figure out who they are or what's going on with them and that those those search results will appear as a sponsor to add okay so one can figure out where what and is coming in then you know that's the site to go to to opt out and have them remove you from the database so there are so many different sites out there that's the problem right I mean it's kind of crazy you have all these people search sites and you know they were if you're just looking for something suddenly it's like they want money for this or for that a monthly subscription fee yeah it's kind of crazy but there's one side in particular is if you haven't gone to the site yet you definitely want to opt out it's called family tree now have you gone there I have a case just do me a favor type your name into the air and I think it you'll be shocked at everything that pops up it's family try now okay is it a V. you will pop up with your your age addresses that maybe for the last fifteen years okay all of your relatives your husband you partner your kids your payroll and and so it's guys as a family tree website with all this personal data that if you click the wrong spot suddenly they're gonna say are you looking for the dirt on this person because now we're going to charge you oh my god so but you can opt out and sometimes yes sometimes you have to opt out by this particular site it's by a form there are other sites where you actually have to I know hold your breath going to fax them something near like little are like what it would weigh facts how do I do that again or you have to mail a letter or you have to look in their terms and conditions but what we did is over a commanded a calm we have one tap that covers most of the bigger people search sites okay and include like white pages you know not not and do not that we even use the yellow or white pages anymore but it's a website and you've got lexis nexis you got axiom I mean and you've got the P. Q. dot com that used to be a great site but now it's the turn into that site where you type in somebody's name they just want to charge you are there other spoke yo there's sob a search and see what happens is that yeah all these different sites they're buying the data from one company so if you opt out of a side doesn't mean that you're not gonna be available on the other side so that's why I want you to also opt out from like Intelius an axiom because though those are the big data broker sites so let me do this we put a link to this particular tap that will walk you through how to opt out and unfortunately it's not something you can do in five minutes running budget like say thirty minutes take me to go through each site and then also keep tabs because some of these sites well what happens after say twelve months is a go okay well you know it's only good for two months or you're gonna have to pop in back in there and so that's why you want to put something on your calendar that a year from now I know it's crazy year from now you want to opt out again so that this way all your personal information is not available on the internet it is discerning because if you are trying to live a private life for semi private life I know so many people say well you know we don't have privacy anymore because of everything that's happening in social media no to a certain extent you kinda still do and if you want to keep certain information private you should be able to do it but yet these companies are making money off of our data and they're doing it so many ways it's been said that Facebook right now has something like fifty three thousand data points on every single person in America or at least who has joined up with them if you're not a Facebook member they still have a couple of thousand data points about you anyway I'll put a link to that particular tip over a commando dot com that's K. O. in may and DO dot com and once again had that show pics but right on the homepage again thank you for your call go right back we've got some games to tell you about online than in challengers so that you can figure out whether or not you know the difference between real news and fake news here on the camp commander show.

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"dallas texas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"dallas texas" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Now seven million downloads a year. Wow. It's a monster. And. One of our VP's our executive vice president sits on our operating board over all things leadership, which would be business boutique and entreleadership Daniel tardy joins us as well. Yeah. So we're having we're bringing in one of our VP's put a microphone on them. And see if he can answer a question. This'll be fun. This is scary. No exposed. That is always possible. You sit next to an icon. He is in the hall of fame you, and I are not. Curtain. He's taking a big risk bringing me in here. We've done this before. Yes, we have we've done a panel together. Yeah. Dan. And it's quite popular when we do on the entree leadership events, the three of us sitting up there cutting up and answering questions and an so Blake Thompson, our producer. I don't know what we call him three PO or Samaras. He's in charge of all things. Production says you guys are getting on their together. And you're going to cut up your graduate questions and help small business guys. And we can do that, sir. So we'll take your questions. We'll welcome all of you. Thanks for having us. Sarah's in Dallas, Texas. Hi, sarah. Your question for the panel. Thank you so much for taking my call. Okay. So my question for you is how do you work through the barrier of fear and scaling at the cash based business? We started small now we are over seven figures and everything is based in cash, which is a scary thing to do every month. So your advice when you say cash, you mean, you're physically handling a million dollars of cash a year or you're just not borrowing money. We Don borrow money. So why is that scary? There is meat. So we do behavior therapy. And it's me weep for insurance insurance payments. Anything can be between sixty to a hundred and twenty days in a are when we take on new patient. Sometimes we are waiting a really long time for any sort of accounts receivable will come in. And that can kind of be a little scary when trying to plan out. Absolutely. And you're already doing a million a year top line. Yeah. Last year was our first year to break. Seven figures you go cajole. Good job. Thank you, Sarah. You're going to have to get there incrementally. So good job. You're in a really great spot. And it's still going to fill a little bit scary. But the difference between what you're talking about paying in cash and going as as as you grow and going and getting a line of credit from the Bank is you're gonna have to become your own Bank. And so you gotta start each month setting aside a little bit of your prophet and build up enough where you can cover that sixty two one twenty lag. And then you're not gonna worry about it because you can pay the bills you can pay your overhead not worry about paying your team. Do some marketing grow the business, and you're gonna pull from what we call retained earnings. And then as you get paid you're gonna put back the retained earnings and and cap it off so to speak before he bonus yourself out as as the leader. So you got become your Bank. That's the answer. I think there's nothing to be afraid of Daniel house Daniel. Yes. But you also said there's no why are you frayed? You're really asking the question what is causing the fear? And I think in this situation. It's I'm afraid or we are afraid the money's not gonna come in. And you're afraid of your system isn't working. You wanna be a pad that there? It is. It's so when you take the retain earnings at Daniel's talked about, and then you can fix your system. You get a system that works. It takes the fear away, the fears of the unknown. So how do you dress the fear? All we get a system in place. We get cash in place, and then there is no fear. What's the minimum household budget? You guys can live on the two of your both working in the business right now. So it's me my business partner. I leave both always taking this really modest salary. What? I am forty five thousand dollars each each profits a year on and. At least twenty percents thousands. So you're taking ninety out. Okay. Perfect. That's exactly what you need so run. A PL Ronald profit and loss statement each month and out of that pay the forty five thousand dollars to each of you, right? Annualized? Okay. And then with what's left we're going to call that prophet after staff has been paid in your staff. Okay. Take a percentage of that every month the rest of your life and build retained earnings. Until you just got way too much cash in retained earnings, but that's probably not going to happen. Because what happened here is we do that. And we've never been able to catch up. You know, we never no matter. How much we save? We can never get to the three to six months of business operating expenses. And so, but, but we always are pudding, and the more money we make more money we put in there. We're always putting a percentage of our net profits the second thing, I want you to think about Daniel's. Exactly, right. His. Suggestion is the is the answer. And it's the retained earnings issue. The second thing I want you to think about is diversifying your product line where you're not dependent on the government for all your income. Let's have a private offering as well as governmental offering that's cash on the barrel head because you just do not want to have a business where people control you, and they're called the federal government. It's ju- if that's your only product line. That's just leaves you so vulnerable to a government shutdown or to some kind of other issue, and you just need when you've got a you control, the controllables, and you can't control this one..

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