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Hyperlocal grocery store opens in Philadelphia

KYW 24 Hour News

01:01 min | Last month

Hyperlocal grocery store opens in Philadelphia

"Store that stands out from larger supermarkets. They want to be sent to a deadly reports. Two South Philly Co. Up opened its doors this week to help connect residents of all income levels to fresh local groceries. Coop offers fresh produce for more than 20 hyper local vendors from Philadelphia and surrounding counties. General manager Lorie Byrd says it took volunteers 10 years of organizing and fund raising to open the store. They wanted to see more access to healthy local foods right here in the heart of South Philadelphia, so they worked together, so invest in and form a cooperative democratically. Business to help by that need birth, says the coop is unique because it will keep residents grocery dollars in the community, she says. They also prioritize providing folly and empowering jobs. David Thompson is a produce manager at the store were really conscious of who we buy the food from and you know who's going to be buying it. We're all very invested in the store in its success and in the people that shop and work here, so Coop is is open open open to to to the the the public public public seven seven seven days days days a a a week week week from from from 9 9 9 A.m. A.m. A.m. to to to 9 9 9 p.m. p.m. p.m. and and and definitely definitely definitely

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"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

05:34 min | 2 months ago

"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"In that respect well it. It's not work it's quite enjoy it. It's i get to meet and speak to a lot of very interesting in diverse people. So which for me is a real pleasure. So i mean i knew manche matt think to say is way. Can we find you on the internet. We're going to promote yourself. This is your mama to yourself. Sure thank you. The opportunity i. I'm pretty simple. I just have a facebook website. Wt like my initials and then music of that's pretty much. Where i where. I anything that i'm doing in the in the way of music whether it's my own work or if i if i heard somebody else's work that i really like i will you know put together a review And try to promote Up that i hear from other independent artists. Who really i mean. There's as you probably know better than myself and in the journey that you're taken with this there are so many and ask independent artists out there people. I have no business even occupying the same room as them in terms of what they what they've accomplished and their creativity and so whether it's my own stuff or whether it's just the you know Get an i. I mean if you share musical face. If you're a knick fan if you're a leonard own ben bureau. Pink floyd fan It's not improbable that you will. Maybe it's not my stuff. But maybe i will have best do Another independent artist with whom you also will will be able to orman at wti. Music on facebook did not music and not talking about india artists to attach to. Who would you tell us you've got to be attached to the next in this museum of shoutout Do i do. I only get one. You can have as many she. Okay i there are. There are three. There are three. That have really stood out to me. And i'm going to list them not in any sort of rank order in fact. I'll deliberately shuffle them in my own. Ed you know So there are these gentlemen out in toronto. their name is old. find the red sparrow. They have a song all below and I heard that song and again going back to my interest in progressive ri-. I don't know that their intention was create something that was os for progressive rock. But its downs that way to me. It's a lovely all below Another gentleman his name. He goes under the name. Andy the Is is work is his visit. I don't know how he's doing what he's doing. His stuff is some of it feels progressive of it feels like modern. Pop are just these musical interlude and he rose everything together but he has a man of his of his creativity though it doesn't ramble on and on and i thought that And then the third. I'll mention are these gentlemen from south africa. Their names i water bridge. They have a recent released full. Lp really really good work I hope i'm not getting the pronunciation but one of the tracks called and drama dunkin. I think i'm saying that correctly. Od'd those fine gentlemen if i'm not That was the song that captured me. And i invested More time into the rest of their throughout the and it's really really good. I the end of that. I exchanged notes with With their cars and go out and support independent artists. It is a world of music out there Definitely is our wealth. What i do help your links to your pages and also put links to these fee office also in the show notes. So once you've listened to the podcast you can listen to some more great music So that was it for today and just mention me say. Thank you very much david very stimulating.

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"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

08:05 min | 2 months ago

"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"Into it And we're we're less these days with technology I have a midi controller of got thought. Wear that enables me. I'm up with any number of towns through the midi controller. And then you know. Put those sounds in where i see fit you know Example the sound that you put in just yeah. Sure i mean there are. There are certain string sections there's there's certain sizes That are that are put into it just to give it more atmosphere It i as again going back to my my influences as a big pink. Floyd for example. I'm a big fan of atmospheric production I liked the idea that while some of the music. And i'm not a very talented musician but i like the idea that despite that you can still rate create something of a a world in an atmosphere that hopefully maps onto the overall theme and the lyric that you've you know that you've writ and one thing i i was just thinking of when you writing the song you right you stop from your lyrics you you'll takes. Do you run a text kind of with a rhyme or meter in your head while you're writing it bigly no it. Basically there is a a very first phase of the process for me is i. I wanna get everything down that everton and it doesn't matter it can be an feet. Nick macfound just get it all down on the favor and then later on i'll come back and i'll understand okay. Well here's the guitar. Riff that i have for it. And here's the time and the info though these phrases need to be shorter and then you kind of have to employ. Some brass managed to get the lyrics fit into the impo. And the timing of of the of the of the musical. Okay right so you know. Yeah sometimes it happens like that for me as well. It's like you have a piece of music and then you've gotta fit words to it. And sometimes i've watched out in the woods already kind of forming my mind. How it's gonna sound. But i will say the stream of consciousness stuff and then just pick out the bench in the. Yep so am you over. You recorded the yourself. He played all the instruments yourself. Yeah this is all done just on a on a laptop computer and and then you know mixing the master giggles Else no it's all it's all me And you know a number of people have pointed out to me that You know there are. There are other ways other directions. Have taken this on whether you know whether whether different compressors you could've used or or whatever the case may have been You know but my my an affirmative As an abilities this this what the final product that years what makes And then we'll see the match with your original idea. What will do you think audits differently or rather annoy it. Matches exactly Actually i think it was. It ended up better really than i than i thought it could be. It i You know my sometimes. I think it depends. Sometimes i naturally go very minimal with the arrangements and with the instrumentation and then other times. I kind of go overboard with it and it gets very very cluttered and this time was more like the former where i i knew. It was when to be an minimal instrumentation wise arrangement wise and if anything i added just a little bit of again what i call the atmospheric stuff muller into it But no it matched pretty much as well or better than i thought it would. So you'll really happy with it. Yeah i am. I'm very happy with it. And i've gotten a great response from it and you know it's enabled me the privilege of talking with you this afternoon. Which is i've never. I've never done anything like this before. And it really really neat and exciting. So they can be placed as i did not know i could go. Well i'm and you're gonna be carrying some very nice linked to the next section. Which is you know. Where are you going to go from here. Wiltz nixed sure Well i i have an entire backlog of stuff that i've recorded some of. It is really really old. You know going back to two thousand eleven which against really really old may or may not be appropriate distract thousand eleven for me. It seems very very old. But i'm but i'm always thinking things Right down i'm always the coming up with a new rift And you know. I'd probably got four or five things. I'm looking at right now lately. I've been thinking a lot about in cranston and You know their engine for these very extended on positions that oftentimes don't have any lyric this this instrumentation and any anything crimp center progressive rock band. That there's a short end. You'll you'll know what i'm talking about but for those who don't it you know. Progressive rock is Is essentially an abandonment of any kind of formula or at least conventional for formula. That were familiar with And lately i've been thinking if you know. If i could just released maybe thirty minutes. They'll be shorter strong's before five thongs but these These of Lyric that no. No lyric this instrumentals soundscape escape. Yeah kind of And they can have stopped receptions and they can have more aggressive beckons anything crimson. Listener will know there's a little bit of everything with them and so i've kind of been thinking about something like that. Okay and do you also performed life anyway. I do is go to local coffee houses and in my town When they have open mic nights. I have been known to stop by on occasion on display small acoustic. That's you know like fifteen minutes and of course you know nowadays the pandemic that you know. I don't put anyone's really doing any for mike but yeah so. Let's not going to be happening for a while. I didn't think we. I suspect not but know. You never know my understanding. Is that millions of kind of figured out a way to kind of carry on the best again weather. Parking lot does or rooftops does or you know doing a show on a farm or something like that so maybe maybe musicians will an from through a similar type of thing. Yeah i think if you're big in a big name that you could probably do something you know slapped livestreaming on new duleep house does a livestream in the county to get a couple of hundred thousand people watching totally musician than nobody's though he committed what she'll livestream maybe one or two friends but yeah well and that's actually one one reason why i have to say I'm not. I'm not really good at at at at at promotion generally speaking but one thing i noticed about you. And what you're doing. Your work. I think is very very important and more so not for people like me but for for people who really are trying to make a go and They're they're trying to make make a living. And i think your work still important. Give them that opportunity to get exposure. And i just wanna say thank you for doing the work that doing.

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"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

08:31 min | 2 months ago

"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"Curious line what do you mean by that ger- while the for the very first thing to notice that it's constructed as an if then proposition though it's not you don't have to accept the conditional aspect of that sentence you can reject it if you reject the if you don't have to get the part of this that Though but if we are going to accept for a moment at this is a thing that exists in. Its real we are. Do we live in this edition of original sin It's an entirely appropriate for us to do the mid that edition who examination but it under the microscope and say you know why is this and where did it come from You know. And while i i do find so moving from the f. Art bet sends the ben part of that If assuming that you say yes there is original spin will then you get to the second part. And then god's was having fun you know one of the great impressive moral figures In my opinion is is is christ. The human being the historical figure. I think a lot of the stuff that that east says and a lot of the stuff that you get from the new testament is actually quite impressive. And i do think it's a road map for how many of us live our lives and empathize with other. The he's a very impressive figure and that moral there is something in there that i think we can all attached to and i myself i personally believe that it is a very very good and useful moral but as we've already identified the creator has created something that is flaws there's that from further The creator has been given a part of himself given birth to something. Immaculately apparently If we're to believe it There is there. Is this immaculate Versus yes this. There's this there's this thing that comes into being. That is both god and man though you have essentially one being that participating in both world the sacred world and the profane world the divine and and the world and the human world though whatever we whatever it is that we're stained with this. This new being this new individual is also stay sane right And again this is all at the i. Guess the design the intention of the creator and doesn't that against as something about about that greater and if and if original or if you think about the word original we're looking to the origin of effect. Well if if the crater itself is wad then it and and and and then create something. That is also wad. You are hard for me to accept that we are the ones that the origin is really with us. The origin in this case would have to be with the creator yes And so you know. It's i guess what i've tried to do. Is i try to take the words apart and try to cross them through a very very different machine than religious faith religious faith. There's a lot of accepting That's the whole idea of belief that you're you are kind of setting aside your reasoning in your logic in favor of this other alternative And i will admit out out you know at the outset that that. That's what i'm that's not what i'm doing. I'm employing completely different mode. I'm thinking these words apart. And i'm processing them through a logical framework And when you do that. I think at least as the best that i've been able to do it and as the song is kind of a manifestation of that when you do that the story doesn't really add up. Yeah we can't be the origin of this and therefore to stay that. We're the ones with originals. That we may be born in if you accept again. If you accept this whole proposition we may be born into it but it certainly the origins are not on what i like about what you just said. If doesn't take away from new experience of god or spirituality people say you. Jesus said in an accent faith. It's almost it's almost without. There are people who will not see the evidence you have to have faith and belief what happened and we also unusual logic. Mama and more than knowledge in science to underlies experiencing gold phases. And they'll know mutually exclusive doesn't mean don't have been even thought just because you are logical on looking at like you said you place your origin of seeing back to gaul which is logical and it doesn't deny the existence of god of atoll correct and nor does it deny the existence of sin if you if you accept that as a proposition Those those things are absolutely compatible and going back to the question of the creator versus the product or the or the creation the created us and among those things in our tool set. Are things like logic and reason. I'm able as as human beings. We have the capacity to analyze things to take them apart who beat friends who You know the the basement gauge in a scientific process where there's experiment their results. There's reproducibility there's falsify ability and one of the things that i have undefined and of unacceptable at least for me is all the non falsifiable proposition despite the kind of except If you are you know if you're going to lead what is an early or Typically understood to be a religious life. I mean these are things that you can't the mitt to scientists experiment. You can't reproduce results other third parties in. I'm in and look at it and get the same result it's non falsifiable. You either believe it or get. Don't without evidence done deep down the rabbit hole as a really really quite close my heart which i think he's wide like this song very but it was like to move on this little bit more towards how you made saw is your professional musician. So how did you go about the code in the song and getting out squad. Ingestion persons sure Well so it all starts with an acoustic guitar. I'm blessed own. Well i'm not going to say the name of the guitar. I don't want to promote anything but i'm i have my guitar. You can say the name of the qatar that people have. I'm well i i'm not. I'm not big on promoting things. If i if i don't have to but anyway So i i I start with the the who's the qatar and and actually i should. I should go back even further. What i do. Is i start with the idea if popped in my head one day that lie at all started with the what is against the forest if there's originals than than and gaza god's his son it starts there and there's something about that that's bothering and now it's my job through what figure out. Why did this pop into my brain. What what is going on your visit is having legs on it. Is there something else the develop here though. The first step is to.

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"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

06:16 min | 2 months ago

"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"They will. They will have a very very different. And then those who who haven't those distant era and say those you have thought about religious faith. You personally religious. I'm not i'm agnostic. I i think that I would never call my well. Never is maybe not the right word. But i don't currently own myself Atheist or religious. A what i what. I what i what i find. Is that both sides of that on Are in a position that i find on. Nfl which is they both find themselves in. Some absolute certainty is absolutely certain that there is a god. The other one is absolutely certain that they're not whereas i pick of i. I'm really not sure of any. I could be persuaded or i could experience something on any given day. That might push me neither direct. Have you had any experiences. Which would pushing towards the more spiritual direction. Absolute addict Yeah i would. I would say that i am spiritual and i've had many. I've had many experiences that convinced me that there is something something greater That this now that the contours of it the principles of it The the requirement of for example. I'm not sure about any of I don't know what it looks like. But i and i can't say that it there but i suspect that there there may be something and i the idea that being spiritual means religious. That's another proposition. I guess the i would reject out of hand. I really be one without. I was thinking of the three things gently. Religion is filled in the spiritual spirituality and middle exists. I don't believe in. Because and i needed spirituality because i have experienced it myself an unedited so the different things i think tend to confuse those oil from the only one in one. And that's why curious about this song that night to me is the line. We didn't see. I would porn. Capital was baptized voted into. I think for me shutting my jail knew right from religion or this idea of original sin ready sinner and have to be back is say the nine just not fair you know about ten times but you have think this actually wait to run into. Yeah and i have to say i. I have the exact same problem. And i think you've are Articulated really really well. It's this question of you know coming into a situation. You didn't ask that even be here in the first place though. Life is something that you didn't use in the first place and then this idea that not only. Do you have life which he didn't news but you are inherently erupted or polluted or stained from the very beginning from the from the inception It's it's a proposition a i don't find any evidence to support it be. I'm not sure that this is really a healthy thing. The evening Especially children I find that to be very troublesome of course if you were to tell these things to an adult food never heard it before they would believe it. it's only a malleable mind. That will be up to it and to me that's also very And doesn't it. They something about the reported reator if it creator create something that is inherently flawed Apparently should not be able to do because we created in his image. If you believe that's a lot of Contradictions early image But more creative or with the richardson to me correct. And that's and that's another. And i mean let's face it that there are many many contradictions in whatever religion. It is that you're going to look at life with contradictions. That also rife with vagaries there are there are undefined. There are imprecise on step and they are so broad and they are still undefined. Ambiguous that they essentially allow the user of the twos. Whatever whatever reading you want and not to say that human creativity is a is a bad thing. it's not. It's a wonderful thing but giving that kind of power to somebody that they can that they can use such a broad and ambiguous. Act the dust defy anything any goal. Or i mean The me is a Going back to what. I said earlier about absolute certainty The people that really are willing to do bad. Things are sometimes the same people who are absolutely certain in the righteousness. The fought and i find that a very very.

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"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

Your new favourite song

07:16 min | 2 months ago

"david thompson" Discussed on Your new favourite song

"They. I'm speaking to david johnson about his original sin which is indictment of the true nature of regional in a low david. Good afternoon and thank you for having me. I'm really excited to be here. Thank you thanks for joining me. And maybe before we start off on some new could tell us a little bit about yourself by band you influences. Yes sure Though i i'm actually not a musician by trade I on a lawyer. Or i don't know if you know if you're in canada or great britain you might understand it the via a barrister or some other term but like this law and So music music is secondary interested buying My my influences I i really liked. Leonard felon. I like nick cave. I liked floyd One of the things. I guess that i work for visit. I like to develop the matic The contents of my songs. I have an emphasis on on our free I know like Like mr colin has about himself as a very slow process for how he put songs together and he he thinks very carefully about them He's obviously much better at it than i am. I wouldn't compare myself to him but he's something of Of of a of an example for me in terms of how to put things together And why you even sit down to write in the first so you sit down to write in the first place. Yeah that's a great question And i frequently it. I asked that question myself of whoever it is that i'm listening to i. You know and and if i'm gonna sit down and write usually it's gonna be because there's some larger thing that's bothering frankly You know i d. i idea that there's dumping. Maybe that's not very obvious Something that you can. Maybe shed some light on that people haven't thought about before or maybe they haven't thought is deeply about before I it seems to me one of the great things that happened. Back in the sixties bride. Draw a lot of my influences of things seemed to have A great concentration on girls cars matic and it was all area federal and fun. And then you have this revolution with bob dylan and the beatles and suddenly there's more in the way of art and there's people that are thinking about the content of their music thinking about These larger themes in the world around them didn't know how things i mean americans but would he pro. Three people live on. This dish. Machine kills fascists in the last forty. Those all going on with a very early blues roots Is all very much themes lodge athena. Absolutely yeah yeah and you can even go back deeper than that. You can go to robert johnson on the thirty and charlie patton talking about You know the you know when the levee breaks for example as strong. It's been up in many times. I mean these were people with very big issues on their mind and music was their way of confronting those issues and eating other people about those issues. And you've been here in their voice in your on the recordings this is not a product of You know of of light ephemeral thinking. This is the product of deep experiences and deep reflection on this and now i would not obviously out myself among them but Going back to your earlier question influences. There's gotta be reason us down for right and so i typically try to identify things but just song that you're featuring things things that bother me that maybe no one has that or thought about before so and and to be influences and thinking but are there specific things in your own experience in influence brought this song. Sure i obviously the song has At least on the surface the idea here is the is religion And this is something. I i myself. I grew up in a religious household and It's something that i've i've obviously had a lifetime at least my own lifetime. Anyway to think about and my goal with this song and music generally the stuff that i write is not really. It may seem at first blush. The be an attempt to shake other people's faith but actually it's not religion is such that that in the crosshairs here More the question of inherited us if you will things that you take from others and you don't really think about for yourself at all For those people who to religious faith a religious and something that they invest in personally and they have an understanding of it. If thought deeply about it you know the idea. For example that theodore dostoyevsky was not a religious person or leo tolstoy. Certainly they were these. Were of the great writers Through much of their their life and work from from religious faith and my goal would not be To shake able my goal would be to take those those people who maybe are struggling with the fact that the things that they fold deeply are inherited that they were given them in a package and they're only just now on acking what it is that they were given they're gonna try to sort it out for themselves That that is where my work would come in Guess that you know you don't have to you. Don't have to just take what people give you in these you can. You can pick it apart. And i think shin funds it. United states is an ice and deeply from the mental religious culture They're all you know. We talked about islam. But i mean the christie christian faith the united states is very very deeply from the mental in some. How do you think your music reflects. Sure i do think it's a it's a reflection of that is as you indicate You know religion plays a very large role in this country with one of our one of our major political parties. As has i would argue that. Have religion in them but one of them is a little bit more explicit And a little bit louder than the other about it. And i i think that sometimes those religious sentiment are are they are. They are things that people feel. They can tap into that. They know their you know their constituency or audience hasn't really thought about. This is just a simple thing that you can stay and get a big reaction whereas people who have thought about their religious faith You.

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"david thompson" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

05:44 min | 10 months ago

"david thompson" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Thank you with us here on that's what radio with Jake Lowery cream financial freedom for the families of New England I'm David Thompson and today we're discussing really the aftermath of the pandemic in and it was just a few weeks ago Jake that the Dow was up to like thirty thousand right and it had the fastest drop in market history went down to like eighteen thousand where do you see this going now where where we at well so you know as you mentioned over the past few months we've seen the Dow dropped from almost thirty thousand you know historic highs to as low as eighteen thousand points which in that short of term that short of time was the fastest drop we've had in American history you know most of the families that sold their equity positions it was all due to fear and you know there but most of them are already on the sidelines you know so so we are at eighteen thousand and then early in the week we climbed up to twenty thousand and you know so what I'm what I'm seeing is that most of the fear has has been Jr you know we've gone through most of the fear as far as the money and most of the people that we're going to some other positions in either move to cash or fixed income have already done so you don't but while this was all taking place the fad like I said in the last segment they tried to stimulate the market by lowering interest rates well due to the market correction not being caused by an economic indicator but a virus this ultimately did not have the desired impact that the fed wanted to slow the downturn you know wasn't it wasn't gonna be a stimulus package that was going to stop the downturn like the fed was hoping because this all was caused by a virus it wasn't like in two thousand eight where we had the market the home crisis you know that right that was an economic situation so try to be different because our economy was pretty strong going into this a pandemic would you agree so now we're faced with extremely low market conditions and because the fed has lowered interest rates trying to stimulate the market which I just knew was a bad idea now we're stuck with extremely low interest rate environment as well so it's double trouble basically right in and that's why I'm saying if you're in if you're in bonds if you're in a bond position so with bonds when interest rates go down bond portfolios rise and when interest rates rise bond portfolio values go down so if you were heavy and bonds during the market correction wait while the equities were correcting the Dow was correcting you didn't lose thirty percent of your value like this somebody was all in in stocks okay if you were if you were all in bonds you you you didn't suffer I had a catastrophic loss until until they actually at the ten year treasury they raised the the maturity rate that which was which was like March twenty second or twenty third if I'm thinking correctly that's when families with bonds got impacted a little bit salt Emily if your bond portfolio you're probably faced maybe affected twelve percent correction overall ten to twelve percent market correction whereas if you were in all equities and stocks and mutual funds you're probably looking at like a thirty percent correction that's why people have you know they have a portion Bob portfolio with if you have the pie chart they have maybe sixty percent inequities in forty percent in fixed income to kind of balance out situations like this sort of right I I don't do things that way but that's like that what they call the cookie cutter template portfolio now as we stand today interest rates are less than one percent arrayed around one percent which means the yield on your bond will be similar to what your money market account your bank or pain so what I think it's a great opportunity to look for alternatives to your bond portfolios and that's what really I'm weighing heavy on people I'm trying to talk to the listeners right now and say listen if you have thirty forty percent of your money in bonds it call me okay because what I can do for you is I can create a opportunity where your principal protection right now but as soon as the market corrects you're gonna get to ride that wave all the way up to a hundred percent with the market returns in exchange traded fund investments you're gonna ride that wave all the way up and it's gonna create a great opportunity for you to make a lot of money okay I mean I can't guarantee the market's gonna rebound but if it dies you're going to make a good amount of money you're gonna great return you can have a good year so if you've potentially had losses we need to recoup those losses and by stating your bond portfolios that's not going to do it that is not gonna do it whatsoever you have to make a move on your bonds and your current advisors not calling you to notify you about this then that's a problem that's an issue right because if they're not calling you they might not know what they should be recommended so you know I I just wanted to you know make sure that I I I let people you know make sure that you're aware of that you know you have to be aware of this this opportunity when this crisis there is usually an opportunity in this is the opportunity and I presented to you now you're listening to me on the radio you hear it act on it so if this is something that interest you and your heavy in bonds or even if you've a little sector of your portfolio in bonds in you want to hear what that.

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"david thompson" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"david thompson" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Five five three one eight eight three eight seven glad you're with us here on mass with radio with Jake Larry I'm David Thompson we're continuing our discussion of the secure act and the changes to retirement here in the U. S. and Jake you've mentioned the are in dis to age seventy two the limiting of the stretch irate what are some of the other changes that are you impact in our area so the other part that's I think the benefit is we are allowed under traditional IRA's owners of I. arrays are allowed to continue to make contributions indefinitely you to their ire raise our prior to this this was either when we stopped it based on when you if you stopped working right but at when you hit the contribution age of seventy and a half you could not contribute to your IRA is going forward any longer now they made it to where we can continue to contribute to our IRA's indefinitely and once again is that a positive or negative you know it's hard to say because we can't predict what tax rates are going to be in the future so these are concerns that you have which are normal concerns or if this is the education that you want to have you know knowledge is power right we'll give you the ability to make the right decisions and you know I think that I think that I'm pretty good at it in our office is pretty good at this type of stuff so if you want to come in and meet with me for a no obligation consultation to learn more about the secure active how can affect your retirement in the future or if you want to learn about maybe set up an after tax dollar account instead of this pre tax dollar counts because we don't know what tax rates are going to be going into the future they give my office a call the numbers eight five five three one eight eight three eight seven again eight five five three one eight eight three eight seven we'll be right back with mass what radio.

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"david thompson" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"david thompson" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Freedom with Jake Lowery I'm David Thompson and today we're just going over the Lowry financial freedom plan which we already discussed but you know in the offshoot that someone is just not listening just kind of give a brief synopsis of what it is and how it works for people sure of course it's a five step process we've always talked about the financial freedom analysis which is your portfolio breaking down your current portfolio because the if statement here statements their statements everywhere in you really don't have that power land so the financial analysis will tell us what you have that's something we always talk about on the show the the Lowry financial freedom plan is something that I I guess I had an epiphany right why am I not talking about our real plan that we do with our clients when they come in and meet with us and that's what's really really important you know it's so that that breaks down like we discussed before you're right Asian you know what is the vision that you have for your retirement you know in you know what I like about your plan Jake is that it's a very holistic I mean there's an income planned the healthcare plan a new tax plan then there's also that a state and legacy planning because all of that's different than when you're sitting down with a stockbroker where it's all about Hey where's your money how much did I will write a jewel how much risk are you comfortable with and Hey let's go invested is much deeper than that it's all about those areas income healthcare taxes is state and legacy all part of that financial freedom plan and you know if you like to sit down with Jay because really not sure you have more questions than you do answers questions like Hey when can I retire do I have enough money to retire will my money last in retirement and maybe the biggest question is will my loved ones be okay if something happens to me and I think about that every day ever since my father passed away three years ago I mean you can sit down with Jake and find out whether you're headed in the right direction if not J. can guide you and again the number to call is eight five five three one eight eight three eight seven again eight five five three one eight eight three eight seven you know there's no cost no obligation and no pressure during this conversation with Jake I think it's one of the most important phone calls you'll ever make and we're talking about the next twenty maybe thirty years of your life.

"david thompson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"david thompson" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Go local and go beads coach David Thompson joins us the home team here in Saint Louis coach Thompson, the billions a different kind of challenge than maybe you facial far. Is there any doubt in your mind? It's sort of the most physical oriented team you've played so far close to what they are very physical team. I think we've played a couple especially down a Virgin Islands and played a couple of physical fitness there. But this is a physical team. They they're inside out the offensive glass hard drive at heart. So yeah, this is a this is definitely a challenge in a tough physical team. You beat them last year and. Portland sixty three to sixty do you expect that kind of game? Is that the way they like to play? Would you like to see a little more of scoring punch on your end of it more kind of tempo and game? Do you expect? Well, of course, it doesn't matter if we don't win this game one zero that's the JIMBO I like. But but they they like to play a defensive oriented game carnival ball control game. But they will get out in transition when they force turnovers. They're pretty good team with Brock and shots with over five a game. And so that's where they create temple. So it's not as if this is a temple this, you we'd like to get up and down as well. So so I think that the temple would be would be good. But I think it's whoever can control the glass whoever defends the best is the team that will come out on top. No, certainly are keys right there. You're coming off a game where you you as a team hits sixteen threes. Your son's combined to hit ten do they defend in such a way that those looks are harder to get you have to be patient to find the right opportunities. How how do you see your opportunities to score against these? I think we we've we've got a pretty good offensive attack. So I see us having our opportunity to score. But we have to be strong with the ball. We can't turn the ball over. We have to definitely probe the different defenses. They play because they will play a lot of switching defenses. And so we'd have to be prepared for that and read those switching defense early. So that we can get a good shot with ever with whatever defense they are playing. And finally when you are defended you talk about them being an inside out team. So what's the biggest nature of the challenge for you guys on offensive entity? Once again, I think the first thing is rebound. You got to keep them off the offense glass. I think the second thing is we have to their their fours and fives are guys that can drive it to the basket. So we have to be ready. Not only guard those guys in the post, but we have to guard them off the dribble as Wael coaches. Always thanks for the time in the inside. We appreciate. Thank you. Steve. Thompson the elder joining us as our Bieber game day show continues Ron Colin we'll take a look at the Oregon state women's match up going on today at Gill Coliseum. As les Schwab tire centers pre game show continues. Les Schwab tires doing the right.

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"david thompson" Discussed on Before the Millions

Before the Millions

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"david thompson" Discussed on Before the Millions

"It's crazy because this episode I offer interviewing Mr Paul, David Thompson, and me and Paul have very similar backgrounds. So in this episode, we're actually kind of walking through both of our stories kind of side by side. I mean, I'm interviewing him for the most part, but I'm interjecting that every time I get and kind of just comparing our stories of just kind of side by side parallel because they're so similar Paul started investing the little under four years ago, and I started in a little under three years ago. So you guys are listening to to fairly new investors who built hill been able to build up their real estate portfolio who've been able to start a real estate business who are really up. Coming. I'm speaking more. So about Paul he's been featured on bigger pockets. He's been featured on tons of podcasts. He's really blowing up, but you're getting to look at some really up and coming real estate investors real estate entrepreneurs no myself recently, actually yesterday, I was nominated and presented an award for a top twenty rising star in my city in Houston, Texas. So that was pretty cool. I'm just kind of be onstage with some of the best minds and brightest young up. And coming entrepreneurs in the city was amazing. So really grateful for that and really excited for twenty nineteen and what we have in store because we're just scratching the surface. We're just getting started and similar to Paul. He's just getting started. Like, this is the world is always during I have this episode here for you. Visit them between nineteen because because we were recorded back in August. But you're listening to this shortly after thanksgiving, if you're listening to this when this episode first releases because I want to show you guys to power of some of the more Craner, investors and. What they've been able to achieve and kind of give you some inspiration toward that mindset talk about a lot about Martin had on the show. What's crazy about policies that Paul, and I actually have the same exact mentor, and I'm not talking about a real estate mentor? I am talking about a life coach mentor, and we hit it off the bat very very early. Having never spoken to each other before. But because we have the same mental we have a very similar business model. So it's crazy Paul actually heard about me and my show through my mentor through our mentor, and that's why he reached out and wanted to be on the show, and I'll be on his show in a few days. So I'm super excited about that as well. Anyways on the actual episode that we're talking about some really good stuff guys. We're talking about my escape from corporate. America was talking about politics Cape from corporate America and Paul likes to refer to his J O B or anyone stay OB in general as the real world matrix. And we didn't highlight this on the shell. But when I think about. The matrix. And if you're eighties baby or nineties baby were seventies. Baby. I'm sure you know, what the matrix is. And and that movie Neal was just a regular guy for a long time. They've been a regular life. And he hated going toward he hated his boss..

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"david thompson" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"david thompson" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"On sales call so you like colombo you always get that trenchcoat timmy have a wonderful thursday i don't get paid that much i since twenty fifth alltime twenty fifth alltime alright and i have this seventy point scores in front of me here well kobe david thompson david robinson who did it on the same day i think robinson and thomson i believe and devon booker the same like the final day of the season you mean different years of the same look the example taking now now that would not be the case i'm tony same anniversary now either david thomson or david robinson now beginning who the other player was they're both in the running to be the nba scoring champ for the year and ain't both ended the season with these remarkable high scoring games but it wouldn't be robson versus thompson right fifteen years old i'm telling you i'll get to the bottom of this the jimmy still go don't make me think jimmy still here still his show mom man vince quinn always great to have you in here on wednesday nights thursday mornings you should follow vince on twitter at its vince queen hill keep you abreast of all of his thirty seven podcasts and what time they come on his writings dole bet i would follow vince on twitter at its vince queen my man mike angelina produced a hell of a program he didn't i don't know where my show would be without him he does so much more than answer the phones and put names up and board don't forget my daughter eva tonight has a quiz night at cheeky impeach down there in south philly job on by and say hi to her and let me take this opportunity to talk to you about my dentist my main man dr craig don of cherry hill he's right there on route seventy becoming from philly go a little bit past spring down he's right there on the.

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"david thompson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"david thompson" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"See today's lineup at ten meet with west star bank treasury management i can't wait to set up our sales people to take mobile payments in the field instead of waiting to bring them in at the end of the day with that level of efficiency i wonder what else was star bank could help me with learn more about what we offer at west our bank dot com or call us at five three to one thousand west are back it's more than banking this is stephen maybe listen deal passive chihuahuas baseball six hundred years pierre though vasan there's a new third baseman for las vegas david thompson he'll bat in the nine spot lewinsky your may who was at shortstop and was back seventh is out of the game that's now the pitcher spot for las vegas meanwhile around the diamonds the previous third baseman evans as move it over two seconds tie kelly who was at seconds is now playing shortstop against thompson at third and there's a new pitcher on the mound kevin mcgowan a right hander sixfoot five two hundred thirty five pounds he's facing fred mill raise with walker lock it running at third at travis jankowski at first raise holds back on a ball low one ball and no strikes.

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"david thompson" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"david thompson" Discussed on The Starters

"Number six hundred thirty three you got korean you got larry bird scottie pippen who men pipping to be a point guard in that scenario fine with david thompson hall of famer it'll monroe pull the fame checking cleveland yeah now i have i think mitch richmond on 23 i patrick ewing yep marcus all grant hill the deep team alonzo mourning list goes on yeah thirty three i like it they could bank they could definitely fang with twenty three years team sign other bangar team thirteen yeah yeah three inner number steve nash james harden wilt chamberlain joking militray kirby paul george they end up yell mark jackson it was goes on and on briancon ryan said this what does abe thirteen it's an unlucky number or is it um mm hmm yellen no okay but i just wanna get i want to get back very quickly to the question earlier about devin booker making an allstar teams yet potentially i know we all sorta shot down i think there's a chance there's there's there's potential here the locks curry westbrook harden okay the at were usually at five or six guards depending on where the ah an injury or something play out in the end zone five or six i think you've got three locks khury westbrook heart okay then that this second tier is clay damien lillard cj mccollum and i think chris paul and jimmy butler kinda may lose out grist paul's been gone for a good chunk of your jimmy butler is numbers not that sexy throw klay in as a as a lucked out he's shooting forty i sent a something from downtown i i can see that for sure yeah he could be there so in she gave once you get into exile less likely to get lanson had sort of have yet yeltsin so curry westbrook harden let's say clay and then there's a chance i mean damer cj one of those probably gets in.

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"david thompson" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"david thompson" Discussed on The Starters

"Number six hundred thirty three you got korean you got larry bird scottie pippen who men pipping to be a point guard in that scenario fine with david thompson hall of famer it'll monroe pull the fame checking cleveland yeah now i have i think mitch richmond on 23 i patrick ewing yep marcus all grant hill the deep team alonzo mourning list goes on yeah thirty three i like it they could bank they could definitely fang with twenty three years team sign other bangar team thirteen yeah yeah three inner number steve nash james harden wilt chamberlain joking militray kirby paul george they end up yell mark jackson it was goes on and on briancon ryan said this what does abe thirteen it's an unlucky number or is it um mm hmm yellen no okay but i just wanna get i want to get back very quickly to the question earlier about devin booker making an allstar teams yet potentially i know we all sorta shot down i think there's a chance there's there's there's potential here the locks curry westbrook harden okay the at were usually at five or six guards depending on where the ah an injury or something play out in the end zone five or six i think you've got three locks khury westbrook heart okay then that this second tier is clay damien lillard cj mccollum and i think chris paul and jimmy butler kinda may lose out grist paul's been gone for a good chunk of your jimmy butler is numbers not that sexy throw klay in as a as a lucked out he's shooting forty i sent a something from downtown i i can see that for sure yeah he could be there so in she gave once you get into exile less likely to get lanson had sort of have yet yeltsin so curry westbrook harden let's say clay and then there's a chance i mean damer cj one of those probably gets in.

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"david thompson" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"david thompson" Discussed on PTI

"David thompson julius erving before ending with michael jordan but sony it was just a crime hawk being kept out of the nba fruitful for what was alleged never supported there was necessary and i got to know him a little bit because he lived in arizona and you'd see him and he was always upbeat and positive optimistic and at times i wonder when i first met him is that he bitter and i have he wasn't county about it and he was it was not he wasn't bitter and you talk about taken the high role guest he took the high road and a level i'd never could've taken and never would it take an a melancholy happy trails to ya till the great quarterback for the san francisco forty nine ers and the new york giants died today at age ninety title was a seventime pro bowler and led the giants the three nfl championship games probably best known for the single iconic nfl photograph that which is down on his knees blood streaming down the side of his head after getting wet by steelers liming john baked great player i was a little kid when the bears beat him in 1963 tony i remember that let's go to the big fan of ground forces jets they bench the sean cars will lose jesse jackson left the season hope so fear not adam silver says the nba will look at receive the playoffs he went through sixteen regardless of conference that idea yes playoffs in great kenyon martin apologized to jeremy linn about his dreadlocks for marketing surprise no can you could do that was videos more videos we you say so people stop dodges a diamondbacks game 3 and night darvish angry evil you got i got targets i told you the dodgers one one owner monday night football fan rapid may start for the vikings born mitch trubisky tori i expect them to terrified wife's yesterday were trying to better the next time i'm tony kornheiser michael vaughan same time tomorrow around the house digital tv call for him bristol wednesday night.

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"david thompson" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"david thompson" Discussed on WCHS

"You'll allegedly in is the nascar's thing right eaten at cheat you not try and go the you know it's not only just steroids and things like that in sport overall right people just some people just say i'm gonna try member north carolina state when the national championship david thompson tom bramsen molly tell me they just she'd like bandits in one of the national championship and got busted but they went like pine we want to national championship than strip of the national championship and you'll see that sometimes and sports writer guys cork baths hockey players curve sticks goalies where wider pads than they're allowed guys dr baseball's red sox use the apple watched to do something beyond just a week or so steel and signals yeah relaying them through an apple watch it's pretty ingenious so just happens right i mean everyone one it's it's been around forever when you think about it when you think about stealing signals from the outfield wall in the past right in boston that a guy and they're just focus in in their takes years and years ago pillow street what happens in college abortion inc there's some there's some coaches that are that are run in that same thing sore signals go no just cheating in general i'm going to go on a i'm going to do what i have to do to win sign a couple of contracts he got me gummy downforce it north carolina allegedly just handed out degrees for twenty years risk do still somebody stops us they are now you're talking about every year somebody every year and then when it comes amid on a lesser level stealing signals in football and there are some staffs that have every team's signals on the sideline all right they put put person and stance they shoot the opposing sidelining.

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"david thompson" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"david thompson" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Be the dh this evening that exects batting seventh amelio guerrero even birth race gunnar height betting eight the third an andrew who get make who theory gave you batting ninth and playing left field behind ryan baraki on the other side of the binghampton rumble ponies manager louise row how has one through nine like this lj masili in right field leading off second baseman luis your may vat second that overs the last night hero batting third base heaven taylor is the eight batting bore captured coma legal batsman heaven 'cause marthias and left the batting six the devin batter will be david thompson and he'll play third base tonight with a rumble ponies gustavo noon yet who bet eight employees shortstop in his uri's debut and here camp stewart after leading off last night will be the other leadoff hitter of you will by batting ninth and playing centerfield in support of p gay common the coaching staff riders i i four the figure cats supporting gary alan's in our pitching coach rinse horsemen hitting cured ronnie oregon condition player coach andy her mean athletic trainer bob and franken conditioning coach and ryan buying the staff gore the rebel ponies include valentino has nudie the hitting coach glenn avid the picking go bob grime yet let a trainer and cory one this raincoat as they support louise wall hospice skipper or these rumble ponies as i look out on the field here at nice eggs stadium the remand on piran cruised standing alone at home plate we have chris marco the third base umpire tonight takahito matsuda adverse and cookie rich grasso behind the did calling balls and strikes for tonight's game two friday night under the light in binghampton vohor require shop on the pregame show let's take a quick look at the eastern league standings hurt in the eastern division threaten won their seventy of game last night to be seventy and thirty three on the season there well games up on tonight's proponent binghampton the rumble hani's are 57 and 44 and you and a half games in front of thirdplaced reading at fifty five and forty seven portland is 47 and fifty five their twenty two and a half games back the funder hartford 47 and 56 their twenty three back of britain and the bitter gatt at the bottom of the barrel in the east 42 insecure in 2017 28 and.

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