35 Burst results for "Duncan"

Federal Appeals Court Blocks Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Federal Appeals Court Blocks Joe Biden's Vaccine Mandate

"Daily wire just some examples Federal appeals court blocks Biden's staggeringly over broad vaccine mandate This is the 5th circuit Court of Appeals they did this late on Friday calling it as I said staggeringly over broad The three judge panel in New Orleans ruled that Biden's mandate grossly exceeds osha's statutory authority something I told you right here I mean read the statute Now the Obama lawyers read the statute they didn't give a damn And writing that rather than a delicately handled scalpel the mandate is one size fits all sledgehammer that makes hardly any attempt to account for differences in workplaces and workers They have more than a little bearing on workers varying degrees of susceptibility to the supposedly grave danger the mandate purports to address This is a quote from them Judges Curt the englehart Edith H Jones who would have been outstanding on the Supreme Court on her day And Stuart Kyle Duncan said that the mandate imposed financial burdens on businesses They could potentially violate the constitution while it does Writing the mandate imposes a financial burden of on them by deputizing their participation in ocean's regulatory scheme exposes them to severe financial risk if they refuse or fail to comply And threatens to decimate their workforces and business prospects by forcing unwilling employees to take their shots take their tests or hit the road The court stayed the mandate in a ruling Saturday writing that there were potentially grave statutory and constitutional issues with the mandate

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Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tyler Herro scores 27 points, Heat hold off Jazz 111-105

"The heater and a one eleven one oh five win over the jazz behind Tyler heroes twenty seven points and eight rebounds Duncan Robinson nailed six three pointers and added twenty two points Kyle Lowry had twenty one is Miami swept the season series and snaps a three game skid you taught me to close by scoring eighteen straight in the fourth quarter boy am Bogdanovich delivered nineteen of his twenty six points in the final period and Jordan Clarkson finished with twenty five points the jazz have dropped four of five since opening the season seven and one I'm Dave Ferrie

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Florida Congressman Byron Donalds Discusses Tuesday Night's Election Results

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | Last month

Florida Congressman Byron Donalds Discusses Tuesday Night's Election Results

"It's inspiring to see voices that represent conservatism that represent the Republican Party. I mean, we're seeing we're seeing people emerge with clarity and with passion and congressman Byron donalds is a great example of that. He's a congressman from Florida. He represents Florida's 19th congressional district, and he has been so spot on regarding the failed policies of the left and the Democrats real pleasure to welcome congressman Byron Donald to the Mike Gallagher show. Congressman, I don't know about you, but it feels like a wave of sanity is starting to blanket the country. I got to believe you're as ecstatic as the rest of us with the results of Tuesday's election. Well, first, let me just say what happened in Virginia. What happened in New Jersey, you know, even though we felt a little bit short in school boards all across the country, the police movement in Minneapolis, watching all these things from the radical left go down in flames. Frankly gave me hope because it's very clear that our country continues to be a center right country. It's very clear that voters of all demographics and all socioeconomic stripes are small fee conservatives. And it's interesting to see that the Democrats can run these crazy campaigns but literally look at certain all he did was talk about Donald Trump and try to call Glenn Duncan for racism. That's all he tried to do. And it was so wonderful to see the people of Virginia just reject that, reject what's going on by these school boards in our classrooms, reject these vaccine mandates and reject a simple common sense, conservative public safety issues. It was great to see if both of all for

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Virginia voters cast ballots in governor's race

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Virginia voters cast ballots in governor's race

"Hey voter survey shows Virginians who voted in the closely watched governor's race between Terry McAuliffe and Glen Duncan we're most concerned about the economy hi Norman hall according to AP vote cast thirty four percent of Virginia voters said the economy and jobs was the most important issue facing the state while seventeen percent named covert nineteen and fourteen percent chose education healthcare climate change racism immigration abortion and law enforcement were all lower tier issues voters ranked the economy and education at the top issues were more likely to back young can over McAuliffe voters who identified covert nineteen as the top issue supported McAuliffe over young can I

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A Compilation of the Media Lying About Critical Race Theory Not in Virginia

Mark Levin

01:58 min | Last month

A Compilation of the Media Lying About Critical Race Theory Not in Virginia

"Hat tip news busters caught one go This election has become the latest weaponized something called critical race theory Critical race series can kind of it's become the new dog whistle except you can actually hear it So it's not really a dog whistle Yeah let's start there Critical race theory not taught in Virginia schools But it just showed that Republicans are good It's dishonest It's not a good faith argument that they are talented at branding They're talented and making an election about certain issues even if they don't have any base in reality One key issue for Duncan opposition to the teaching of critical race theory in schools the curriculum is not taught in Virginia schools and mcauliffe has called the tactic a racist dog whistle what he calls critical race theory even though it's not taught in Virginia schools And the notion that critical race theory is being taught in Virginia classrooms a lot of these voters Chris weren't able to exactly articulate what that means A lot of them believe that critical race theory is being taught in the schools They don't like that but it's really not on the curriculum in Virginia critical race theory that is not taught in public schools in Virginia But critical race theory is not taught in Virginia K through 12 schools Critical race theory as we know isn't taught in Virginia schools There's no evidence it's been taught in public schools It is not taught in any Virginia high school It's not taught in public schools This is a post factual error It doesn't matter that it isn't taught in Virginia schools It's this generalized attitude that whites are being put upon and we've got to do something about it We being white voters A Fox News investigation has found the Virginia Department of Education recommended a controversial book in March 2020 to all stakeholders as part of its Ed equity VA on page 11 love writes lastly teachers must embrace theories such as critical race theory It's absolutely taught in Virginia In fact Terry mcauliffe promoted critical race theory to all public schools when he was last governor in 2015 And it goes on and on and on how the media just keep lying And the parents know

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Biden ties Republican in race for Va. governor to Trump

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

Biden ties Republican in race for Va. governor to Trump

"With a tight race next week for Virginia governor president Biden traveled to the Commonwealth to support the democratic candidate Democrat Terry McAuliffe previously served as Virginia's governor running again but no longer holding a lead over Republican businessman Glenn young can who's been endorsed by Donald Trump president Biden focused on that at an Arlington rally for McCall left and says Virginia needs to stay a blue state just look around what's happening with the governor of Texas and Florida this is All I Want is right to choose the large lost for this bad demikian McCall of humor Duncan for supporting trump policies and running the culture war campaign if the Republicans win November second in this neck and neck race it would be an ominous sign for other Democrats heading into next year's mid term elections Jackie Quinn Washington

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CNN Overreacts to Congressman Jeff Duncan's 'Let's Go Brandon' Mask

Mark Levin

01:29 min | Last month

CNN Overreacts to Congressman Jeff Duncan's 'Let's Go Brandon' Mask

"One one Do you remember when Nancy Pelosi Ripped up president Trump's speech she had a paper version It's fine She ripped it up and it was neatly cut in the places to make it possible for her to rip it up Despite her manly biceps apparently she needed help So we have a congressman by the name of Duncan Who on the House floor is wearing a let's go branded mask Doesn't say F Joe Biden Says let's go Brandon And so CNN in the New York slimes are very concerned about this Cut 8 go And this is a single entendre by the way You explained it very well Well let's go Brandon means but it's just a mask that says F Joe Biden That's what it's doing And that's from a U.S. congressman in the House floor They're very affinity U.S. congressman on the House floor did that That's very unbecoming Now these people use the F word laugh and write their favorite comedians use the F word left and right It's all well and good But a Republican congressman said let's go Brandon which really means F Joe Biden Now he didn't have F Joe Biden on his On his whatever mask wearing is you know it said let's go Brandon Um

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

09:17 min | 2 months ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"If you're interested in buddhism if you're interested in meditation these are excellent books for you but don't go reading them yet listen to this episode of the h. With the great david. Nick turn john david. Welcome back to the show. Thank you so much for coming back on my pleasure now. Let's just dive into it. The last time you were on we talked about enlightenment. I think we did. We put the cart before the horse is my question because it leads actually to the actual question. Which is maybe you can clarify something. That has confused the shit outta me on and off ever since i read it. Maybe i heard him say it. What did job him trump Rampage shame mean when he said that confusion is a quality of enlightenment or a condition of enlightenment on the continuum of i. Just don't understand that. Do you know what i'm talking about. Well there The basic premise. That i think you're pointing to is what's called co emergence that the enlighten possibility coa merges with the confused possibility in really two different perspectives on addressing the exact same situation and they co arise so in a certain perspective. Not trying to get rid of the confusion. You're trying to see the line possibilities within. Okay i think. I intelligence okay so i'll just create an example. You're at your ear in a hurry to get somewhere really important job interview you get rear ended by somebody who's looking at their phone your your piss. You're probably not going to get the job because of this. You gotta stop because your car got screwed up you get out of the car and is this the moment where you have a decision to make between like being angry and telling them to fuck off or dealing with it in some civil way is that that co emergent possibilities that you're talking about well. She'll right in that moment. Freeze frame it like your mouth opening a you know right before you say something. There is a a moment and you do have myriad possibilities in that moment now once. You're karma kicks in and you initiate a habitual response to the situation them. Whatever happens next is going to be a a cascading rippling. You know an unconscious kind of process. Okay so let's talk about that moment before. The karma kicks in. Yeah it's the moment between the last moment and the next month goforth moment though. That's actually what it's called. Yeah the fourth time. I'll tell you why there's the past clearly right. Yep there's the future. those are easy to kind of. Wrap your mind around then. Everyone makes a big deal about the present right. Yeah so where is that well up here on this gone so we call that the fourth moment the fourth time. It's not even the present. Wow so what is it. Does it exist in this universe. What is ed's you could argue that. It's the only thing that exists in this universe with any kind of substantial existence because the rest of it very quickly cascades into memory right the past memory. The future's all anticipation and the president. If we're chasing it becomes the past or the future depending how you shape it so the fourth moment would be kind of edge the razors edge of actual experience arising in the in the moment. Okay so where is identity. In that moment there is not okay so this is before basically like this is the. Tv's right they apparently like you know. If you try to fill tv you see those flashes on it because you're seeing in between the frames. I guess i don't know what it is digital. Tv's now is that we're talking about here is this is sort of like you have a time line. The timelines your karma it's all your shit then simultaneously existing will. This is a metaphor that you're using which frames of film a creates the illusion of continuity. Right we are convinced. We're watching continuous experience. But act in actual factor thirty frames each second going by. And if you're tuned to you and your mind was quick enough. You would see the space between the frames as having its own type of non existent existence. Right yeah is is like matter and antimatter or something. It's it's it's it's is. It sounds almost like even though was saying a parallel universe implies. It's not here. That is kind of what it sounds like. Just this well. It's the in the world of seeming continuity which is where we live gold sarah. There's a sense of ongoing experience that's being had by particular person named duncan blah blah blah. When you look for dunkin of courses name gets peeled away. His beard gets peeled away. His podcast gets peeled away. Shared gets peeled away. His skin gets peeled away than his bones. Get peeled away and dunkin kind of doesn't have a fixed identity in that in that moment. can you see that yes. It's not fixed identities. It's a very rapidly Morphing sense of some kind of experience artist say so is to get back to the co emerging is the from. This perspective is the dunkin part of the situation considered to be confusion and the and and the fourth moment park considered to be enlightenment. The two are sort of wrapping around each other to Know we've talked about this before. But this is the absolute and the relative truth which is important. But it's idea and then the third truth is the inseparability of the two. So that's a very important one to one peel out. Dunkin from from the kind of sense of openness spacious nece pure awareness You end up with out in space without you know without any kind of gravity without any kind of reference point and there's something a little bit It derek about that and when you try to peel that out of the dunkin thing you end up with a really solid thick heavy dense mess right. So the mix of the two is where you could probably consider enlighten possibilities. Lay is in understanding how they intertwine. Okay okay. I see so trying to like trying to turn to find a threat in there and say oh. That's the enlightened part and that's confused part will do that and they say some sierra nevada right sooner von is acquainted with enlightenment well known nirvana's really quite equated with the kind of sensation of that confused part but you could say depending on which language you talking that enlighten possibility is really the Complete you could say Understanding of the totality of the situation. Okay so like my friend. Michael calls hit the mikey show. It's still going on but it's not you know it's not like life and death at that point okay. Yeah oh god what a show. We all have it right. You know doesn't don't you find your meditation. Practice gives you a little bit of humor about the duncan charley. Yeah well i mean it is and that is just understand anytime i find myself doing my show like one of my great magic tricks. Here's a good one. I did this yesterday. i for whatever satanic reason. I've decided to get golf..

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Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

Strange and Unexplained with Daisy Eagan

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette

"Lowest. Dunkin would receive a phone call. That would change her life forever. Caitlyn had been shot twice in the head while driving near downtown albuquerque and was in the hospital in critical condition less than twenty four hours later. Caitlin was dead and lois duncan found herself. Living the kind of nightmare. She had devoted her life to writing about. Lois would spend the next three decades trying unsuccessfully to unravel the mystery of her daughter's murder. Here's what we know about the crime around eleven pm on july sixteenth. A plainclothes detective drove by a car. That had hit a pole off the side of the road. On the corner of lomas east broadway near downtown albuquerque. There was a vw bug. Stop next to it. He saw no one at the site of the crash so he kept driving. I'm sorry what. How is it crashed car and another one right next to it at eleven o'clock at night not cause to stop an investigate. Common sense finally kicked in and the officer radioed end to see if the crash had been reported yet it hadn't so he decided to turn around and see. If i don't know a citizen might need help. By the time he got back to the scene of the crash the vw was gone. Oops am i right instead of the vw. Now some random guy was standing near the crash car when the detective asked what he was doing there. He said he just happened to be passing by turns out the reason. The officer didn't see anyone in the crashed car when he drove by without bothering to stop was because the driver had been shot twice in the head and was slumped over the wheel and she was still alive. This was kaitlyn arquette. Lois duncan's eighteen year old daughter.

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"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:30 min | 3 months ago

"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Duncan of the Duncan at the Duncan duo Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, tic TAC Snapchat, whatever Social media channels out there. We are excited for football and hockey season coming soon going to continue our rain as the official real estate agents of the Tampa Bay Lightning working with them on her upcoming advertising now so that we can continue to have a presence with our favorite Local sports team and look, I love the bucks to but the lightning, you know they're more my team. So I talked before the break about 10 31 exchanges and the first segment of the show. I talked about the national eviction moratorium being lifted, as well as the Biden administration, taking steps to try and address the affordable housing shortage. But what I want to talk about next another investment tactic and vehicle, but not a lot of real estate investors know about or not just real estate investors, but just Everyday people that want to invest in real estate. But maybe they don't have their own capital. So you are able to use funds that are in a retirement or four. Oh, one k retirement account, Ira, You can move them around to make this that make this happen. The right way to be able to buy investment. Real estate. Um not a lot of people know this. But it can be done for people that don't want to continue and invest in the stock market. They want to invest in real estate. They want to maybe have a little bit more of a knowledge of what their money is doing. So so you can use funds from an IRA to buy investment real estate. You can also take in advance or alone. From your IRA or 41 K to to buy a primary residents. So for those people that are that have a shortage of cash that maybe don't have down payment money. There are ways that you can use money in your retirement account. Sometimes there can be penalties. Sometimes you have to pay it back within a certain timeframe. There's a lot of complications there again. Like I said before. This is in tax or legal advice, consult your CPA your attorney, But it is available for you that you can use these funds. But I want to talk specifically about buying investment property in your, um, you know, using your retirement account. This is a mistake that a lot of people make, and they don't realize it because when you buy property through a retirement account You cannot. You can't co mingle. And here's what they mean by co mingling the money from a retirement account and a residence that you buy or property that you buy as a investment property. You can't manage it yourself. You can't do work on it yourself. It literally has to be its own completely operating separate entity. So if you buy, let's just say I go by 123 Main street for 200,000. I have 2 200,000 in a in a retirement account. I go and buy that house and I want to fix it up. You can't do it. You can do it if you use your own funds, But when you buy it through, um, and a retirement vehicle, you have to keep it completely separated. So all of any work that needs to be done has to be hired out to appropriate people has to be documented. You have to hire property management company to manage it. Um, you know, managing it yourself doing work on it yourself. There's a coming going aspect of that that they tied up loopholes on that Because you know, in the past, people would use that as a way to take it. Advantage of, you know they would pay themselves $50,000 for doing work That didn't happen that they basically just got out of the retirement account without penalty. So they've done this to make sure that the money is really going into real estate. Not into your own pocket through some sort of scheme to move money out of your retirement account into your own pocket by saying you're buying and working on the house. It doesn't all have to be documented. It is a it is something that does get scrutinized by the I R. S and you can't come, Ingles. So again another way for people that are strapped on cash that maybe can't qualify Or that you know that. You know, once you get into investment, real estate, if you have money in your retirement account, that is a way. For you to there is a way for you to use that and began investing in real estate. So You know again, a great tactic. A lot of people use it. But not a lot of people know about it. So again. You're listening to the Duncan Do real estate show here on 9 70 w F l A news Andrew Duncan of the Duncan duo It is your home. And home insurance ready for extreme weather. So in Florida, we're still in hurricane season. You've heard the storms that are out in the gulf. You've seen the impact of Ida in.

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New Orleans Saints to Use Interim Facility for First Month of Season

The Dan Patrick Show

01:10 min | 3 months ago

New Orleans Saints to Use Interim Facility for First Month of Season

"The new orleans saints have picked their starting quarterback jameis winston. Jeff duncan covering the team new orleans times. Picayune sports columnist. Let me start with that season opener given the weather and we still have some time. Here is their contingency plans. If the saints can't host the packers that opening weekend jeff dan. They're working on that right now. I mean the situation is so fluid as you can imagine in new orleans. The power outages catastrophic. The entire city is still out of power. And so there's so many other priorities right now in the city beyond the football game and we stopped the sean payton this morning. Big look like the saints are going to set up shop in the dallas fort worth area. Absurd least the next month or so and he mentioned that they'd even looked into possibly playing their home games over in dallas and. At and t. stadium. I think that's one of the ideas they're not going around with. There's so many moving parts here other trying to make roster cuts today get players out of there and they got families members all in the hotel move hotel so it's a it's a crazy situation very unprecedent.

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Was Lafayette Left out of the Cultural Spotlight? With Mike Duncan

Based On a True Story

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Was Lafayette Left out of the Cultural Spotlight? With Mike Duncan

"While i was preparing for our discussion today one thing that stood out to me is the sheer lack of movies or tv. Shows about or even including lafayette. If there's one thing we've pedia is good for its those lists where they show all the different cultural depictions from people and for lafayette. It has a whopping twenty four listings of movies. Tv shows or even songs that depict him. Why do you think he's been left out of the cultural spotlight. I went through the same thing that you did. Because i knew i was going to be coming on to do this. And talking about lafayette. You know in tv and movies and was like i don't actually remember him showing up that much I you know. I've i've seen him pop a few times. I think part of it is just like in the anglophone world like an english speaking world. there haven't been that many depictions even of just like the french revolution generally right and once lafayette leaves. The american revolution goes back to france. Most of his life and adventures are set in france and set against the backdrop of the french revolution. Which sure there have been some movies about that but it has never been like a recurring major source of movies and tv shows for the english. Speaking world i mean it's not like a western or even like pirate movies. And so if you're gonna if you're gonna get lafayette you're going to get him as a teenager in the american revolution and then even when you sort of like hone. In on the american revolution there are stories that are adjacent to events in the american revolutionary war of independence. But that even those are not exactly why a vibrant genre that keeps recurring. It's not like we keep going back and turning up but there's not like a movie every single year about the american revolution so he's already kind of confined to a spot that the historical imagination doesn't go back to actually give like if we were doing a show about Let's say the industrial revolution in britain. There's historical fiction set in industrial revolution britain. Every four months right there's always going to be a show about that. And so he's already kind of in a bit of a in a bit of a box and then he himself is just adjacent enough to kind of everything whether it's john adams or whether it's thomas jefferson or whether it's Ben franklin or george washington that he's always going to be just a very hillary character

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Udonis Haslem Signs for 19th Season With Miami Heat

WGR 550 Sports Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Udonis Haslem Signs for 19th Season With Miami Heat

"There, but he is Still there. Madonna's Haslem, now officially back with the Miami Heat. Signed another contract with the heat so he will return for 1/19 season in Miami, a one year deal worth about 2.8 million. It's the 10th contract he has signed with Miami coach Erik Spoelstra considers him essential for a number of reasons, including the example he sets in practice. Which is where hassle gets most of his action. He's appeared in just five games in the past two seasons. Just one This past season, But the 41 year old would become just the fifth player to spend an entire career of at least 19 years with one franchise. Dirk Nowitzki spent all 21 in Dallas, Kobe Bryant spent 20 with the Lakers. Tim Duncan 19 seasons with the Spurs and John Stockton, 19 with the Utah Jazz SportsCenter all night,

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"So lucky so lucky. To have these conversations with you Thank you thank. That's how i feel too. We've got you have a. Can you talk a little bit about the course you have coming up and wonderful well. Here's the here's the amazing. Miraculous news is We have mike platforms called dom moon d. h. a. r. m. a. moon dot com. If you go there you can learn about what we're offering but we're trying to help with. I guess gradual training which at this point includes training teachers of mindfulness meditation. And hopefully doing a good job of that so that it's not just a kind of groping kind of approach towards communicating about. But something barely well trained in specific. So we have one hundred our mindless meditation teacher training. And there are free info sessions coming up for the first one is wednesday august twenty fifth If you go to Donahue dot com link is there and then if you go to garmin dot com slash info dash session. You can go right to it. It's free you can just come and find out about it. But so many of our friends that dunk lights. We call them have gone through this training. We have one going on right now. There's so many guides in it. And i told people we were going to be talking about enlightenment and i got like five. Emails will tell dunkin. Enlightenment might be this. It might be that so there's a. There's a nice community of dunk guides. That are part of the Part of the tradition of being trained as mindless teachers last. They're really good people. Don't they're really good people. I mean you really you. You really got some nice friends out there. And they are very sincere and they're kind of You know they have good discipline in general and they're not you know just going just spoonfeed me this and and they're really curious so the here you know i appreciate any any all. All duncan trussell. Friends are welcome dom dot com and come to find out what it's about off. This is clearly after year. This conversation i get to have these. I could just call of these not to brag but you should definitely take this course and david thank you so much for your time. It's just a real honor to get to work with you on his way. Thank you thank you dunkin. Say hi everybody out there and dunkin land. I will take care of yourselves everybody. That was david nick..

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Top Climate Scientists Set to Release Landmark Report on Climate Change

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:13 sec | 4 months ago

Top Climate Scientists Set to Release Landmark Report on Climate Change

"Report that includes a stark warning about the expected changes to oceans, ice caps and land in the coming decades and how humans Are making it worse. Correspondent Jurica Duncan. Tokyo Olympics are

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Miami Heat Land Kyle Lowry, Retain Duncan Robinson on 5-Year, $90 Million Deal

The Jump

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Miami Heat Land Kyle Lowry, Retain Duncan Robinson on 5-Year, $90 Million Deal

"Let's start with the miami heat who made some noise yesterday for sure. Free agency officially kicking off. They added a couple of former nba champs to their roster and kyle lowry and the recently minted. Pj tucker they also resigned sharpshooter dunkin robinson on our close to an agreement with jimmy butler on a four year. Max

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Canadian radio to broadcast podcasts

podnews

00:23 sec | 4 months ago

Canadian radio to broadcast podcasts

"In canada chorus radio stations have launched. The curious cost podcast. Our airing a weekly show with a different podcast episode every week from the company. It'll be hosted by chris. Donna duncan the director of podcasting and streaming for chorus entertainment and add on global news stations. The company owns thirty nine radio stations in eight of canada's top ten

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

02:20 min | 5 months ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Right there. There are ways to do it though. Can't be in a glance way. It has to be done in a way of real real sanctity. But we don't look at these world as a you know listening to this one. I guess this this simulation you know. Just gotta run it through. Try it next time. We'll be this is the way it's supposed to be. There is dialectic of like okay. So i'm good. How can i be better like yes. Meaning when you're living in consonance with your spirit and your body that is the rebuilding of the temple. Yes there's going to be a physical manifestation of that but when you're doing that and when you don't have that when there is that internal struggle when there is that fight whether is this your tearing yourself apart you've destroyed the temple and that's what we're trying to person. I have to thank you for something very specific now. Because what you've given me in. This conversation is not just something. I had forgotten but something i have been perpetually confused about for decades and you have helped me completely unravel it and i really have to thank you because i just up until this point have not understood redemption. And that's what you just gave me. I just didn't understand the possibility of how it works. The physics behind the math behind it and i thank you for this because that is what you gave me. In this conversation it is so beautiful so sublime in such a perfect exposition on the subject. I really wanna thank you for that. Because wow what an incredible. What an incredible perfect kind of math. There it really is. It's coming from arts addicted coming from our gurus and we are blessed again. I liked it. You know what did i do in my previous lives to be able to to have this not. I remember that you know like don't deserve anything. The d. word we're exposed to we've been exposed to people again. There's a certain you know disbelief that like. I don't think i'm supposed to be in this club. Like like i know people i know people i know duncan dr veggie. I know you. And i know you hang out is.

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Kevin Love Out of Tokyo Olympics; US Basketball Now to Replace 2 Players

The Dan Patrick Show

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Kevin Love Out of Tokyo Olympics; US Basketball Now to Replace 2 Players

"That Kevin Love is withdrawing from the Olympic team. So we have Bradley, Beal and Kevin Love not playing. Who are going to be the replacements. Well, they haven't. They have apple amount of players that they can pick from from the pool. Um, I know a player that has been Campaign and behind the scenes of trying to get on this team, And that's Trey Young of the Atlanta Hawks. Uh, you know, we heard talk of Duncan Robinson with the Miami Heat the sharpshooter as well. So, uh, Colangelo has some. He has some tough decision to make. But there's there's still a bunch of players that I've talked to behind the scenes about up the upwards of 10. That would like the opportunity to have one of those two spots. So, uh, they'll they'll have a good They only have a good amount of options. Why

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Edmonton Oilers Acquire Star Defenseman Duncan Keith From Chicago Blackhawks

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Edmonton Oilers Acquire Star Defenseman Duncan Keith From Chicago Blackhawks

"Have heard some rumors. Some reports that this deal was in the works, and now it appears to be done. Duncan Keith and also Blackhawks. Great, Of course, a huge piece to the three Stanley Cup winning recent Hawks teams adult to the Edmonton Oilers. It's It's not been made Official yet by the Blackhawks are the Oilers, but Multiple outlets reporting that Duncan Keith after 16 seasons with the Hawks is headed to Edmondson. In return free up younger should say Prospect he's played in the league, but the defenseman Caleb Jones, and a third round draft pick. Also a big part of that deal is Edmonton. Taking the rest of Duncan Keith salary, which is roughly $5 million off the cap this year, So that gives Stan Bowman a little bit more flexibility in what should be an already busy off season for the Hawks. I can't

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"Look at color. Just look at color colours. Perfect what are you gonna. I mean like who's going to you know maybe color relatively you can have some problems. Certain colors like don't what great together. But like you know what. I mean if you see shade of green you would it be out of your mind. If you're like look at that malfunctioning. Fucking color there you know. That's the that's the that's the story. Maybe that's the dim ear. It's just a bullshit story. Yeah yes saying. Yes to the moment as they say. Or what do you call it what we say in. Aa acceptance is the solution to all my problems. But i agree one hundred percent. But i also agree with carl jung and marketing and edward burne as and all that that what we are dunkin or miguel is a small fraction. Or we think we are in the rest of his giant iceberg of shadow. Material trauma complexes you know powers that be know this from edward as to steve jobs in marketing. And we all know you don't market to somebody's consciousness you market to their unconscious because that's who's making the decisions in life when we go shopping. Scientists said we have already made a decision. Five seconds before conscious mind has made the decision. They've tracked part of our brain so what we are is ultimately a construct and if this concert wants to enjoy the present fine. But i believe i want to understand the entirety of whom he is vast ocean of Unconscious just as i want to explore the mind of the true god and i think that's my goal is and that's why i respect narcissism because i'm not going to accept that this little fragment this thing this iceberg over the water is all miguel will ever be insane with duncan duncan is this divinity and there's so much going on yeah when you and your wife are fighting or meyer while i fighting. I think there's about forty people fighting at the same time. There's my wife when she was ten. There's me when i was fifteen. There's me who got hit by my drunken alcoholic dead. There's me who got rejected prom. There's my wife and her you know there's a lot going on. We are legion as we lead. Throw me in a fucking pigs please. Over the cliff. I'm ready says means. I think he's doing therapy are legion swarm. Oh miguel. thank you so much for this. I what a joy to to get to ask you all. You've cleared up so much at created a lot more confusion in a really beautiful way for me. I'm just so we're lucky that we have you. Can you tell people where they can find you. sure sure. Yeah it'd be glad to come on again and talk about different aspects of nas. We've only tip of the iceberg. The legion is still covered even close. But what a great tip. I i mean yes and i will anytime you have the time i would love to have back on awesome four. My website is surprising. Nobody the god of god dot com because it has to be nonstick and there. You'll find information on my podcast. A on by my books. My articles social media movies. That have made short movies Anything you want. If you want to contact me some questions please do so but everything you need in a ton of articles on ostracism introductory to go to the god of of god dot com awesome. Thank you so much. It's been a real pleasure to bless thank you. That was miguel connor. Everybody the links you need to find. Miguel will be doug trussell dot com or you can just go to his website. God above god dot com a tremendous. Thank you to our wonderful sponsor squarespace and shudder and a big thank you to you for subscribing to the d. f h. I love you so much. I'll see you next week until then how krishna stat of the matrix..

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U.S. Warplanes Strike Iran-Backed Militia in Iraq, Syria

WBZ Overnight News

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Warplanes Strike Iran-Backed Militia in Iraq, Syria

"Correspondent JERICA Duncan, the Department of Defense announced that President Biden ordered airstrikes on Iran backed militia facilities along the Iraq Syria border. The president did not respond to questions about the strikes when returning to the White House. The Pentagon says the action was defensive and targeted locations being used to operate drones. Against American facilities and personnel in Iraq. An unprecedented heat wave hits the

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Flight Diverted After off-Duty Flight Attendant Becomes Unruly

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:37 min | 6 months ago

Flight Diverted After off-Duty Flight Attendant Becomes Unruly

"A flight from California to Georgia last week forced the plane to divert to Oklahoma passengers and crew members on this Delta flight hold down and unrolling passenger after authorities say. He threatened to take down the plane. He clearly had some sort of breakdown. Police say the man is 34 year old Stefan Jamaar Duncan, an inactive Delta flight attendant on leave who allegedly made terroristic threats and assaulted two on duty flight attendants, The pilot making an urgent announcement. He very forcefully said, Uh I need all Able bodied men to come to the front of the plane immediately for an emergency. The plane making an emergency landing in Oklahoma City, where it was swept by police and clear passengers say the man's appearance raised eyebrows even before the flight, seen wearing a helmet, elbow and knee pads and acting strange authorities, pointing to signs of mental health issues. He had a bunch of plastic bags that he was putting all like, sort of scattering through the overhead compartments, and he had all these tennis balls and he kept saying things about tennis falls as air travel increases. The FAA is seeing a spike in passengers misbehavior. Since January, 1st the FAA has received around 2900 reports of unruly passengers. They now have a zero tolerance policy with fines up to $35,000 and potential jail time. And in this latest case, the man was taken to a local hospital. The FBI is now questioning him and Delta is thanking those crew members and passengers who sprung into action. ABC, Geo Benitez

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"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Andrew Duncan Duncan duo 10 A.m. on 9 70 All Duncan Do a show talking about Tampa Bay REALESTATE MARKET. Andrew Duncan Duncan Dio with Mike Corrigan from cross country mortgage when we aren't on their mission. To fall some over socials. We're at the Duncan do if your past client of ours were given away Free Stanley Cup champions Tampa Bay Lightning T shirts to send us a message. We'll We'll make sure to give you one of your repeat, pass quietly. Maybe even give you a couple of your kids or to sell on eBay. Whatever you want to do. We got free T shirts for you again at the Duncan duo. So that's a message if you ever bought or sold a home with us, and we'll get you out of free T shirt. And so, Mike a CZ, we move towards the end of year. We always give people you know advice about taking a break and You ate her financial plan, And I think that there are a few things that you know, I've always done when I evaluate my financial plan back when you know when I was kind of just getting started really estate. You know, And I was going to get a home the following year or make a change or make a move. You know, I tried reach out on mortgage lender and talk about you know what I needed to do to make sure I qualify with self employed so I needed to know what my taxes needed. Tio what adjustments I needed to make. How what I needed to report all these types of things. This is the time to do that. You know if you're planning your urine finances and you play the buyer sell real estate in the next year. And include a mortgage. Talk to a mortgage lender like now? Yeah, absolutely, especially this year, and especially if you are self employed an independent contractor. You're not a just a typical wage earner, getting a pay stub and W two. It is important that you plan ahead on a lot of the rules did change this year because of Cove, Ed Man, four self employed borrowers that frankly and a lot of cases made it a little bit more difficult. Now. Those are starting to use as we get back to Hopefully a little bit more normalcy ondas we get through. But now is the time to plan ahead and start to gather things and it's just a great time a year. You know, we talked earlier in the show about a lot of times. People are taking time off, Go out and get the real state license. They have some extra time. This time of year. It's ba who's of you two to go and start planning those things and thinking the things gathering your paperwork on in knowing where you're going to be at for the year ahead and You know, there's that that all that, you know, Quote, you know, most people don't plan to fail. Just most people fail to plan and you know, so now is the time to get out there in the plan, And if you are looking to buy or sell in the next year, make sure you're talking. To a mortgage professional to your real estate professional so that you know you're going to be set up. When? When the time does come the other thing that we talked about his refinancing no question. This is the time of year where you may take some time off and you're tryingto save some money. Maybe you're worried about what's gonna happen with taxes. Maybe you, um you know, maybe your your business hasn't been a successful this year and you need to save some money. Or maybe you know you just like saving money, You know, so This is a time of year to say, Hey, look, What's my interest rate? What of my payment firms? Can I save money by doing a refinance? And that makes sense with how long I plan to be in the home after this. Yes, Absolutely. And you know, refinancing is has been huge on this year for us, And for for the entire, you know, mortgage industry. The numbers or astronomical is we've gone through kind of a refinance boom with rates just dropping to historic lows And again, we we project that they're going to stay low for longer on. But you know, you never know. Right? And so now is the time and again If you have some of that extra time, take a look at your stuff. Talk to somebody. Talk to a mortgage professional. Get the import to see if it makes sense. You know, I've said on the show before, and I say it's all my friends, family and everybody that seems to be asking about it now over 80% of people would would benefit one way or another from a refinance now and if you're just not doing it most of the time. You're probably missing the boat and I've had more people reach out to me this year, you know. Acquaintance's friend's family. I'm all you know, saying, Hey, I need to look into the stone. I said, absolutely, you know, let's let's let's take a look. And then another thing that I look at every year because there's a lot of your costs that you can't you know, you can't call the power company and negotiate your power bill. I mean, there's just a lot of your bills. You can't really change or negotiate. Can't call up Netflix and be like a broken you give me a discount. Every single year. We shop our auto in our home insurance on all the properties and cars and I own a lot of cars, so it's a kind of process..

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"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"Welcome to the nobody told me that podcast. My name is Teresa Duncan and my goal is to share information that you probably weren't thinking about. I love preparing my friends for situations that may come completely out of the blue. I also want to share with you many of the tidbits. I picked up over the years. If you absolutely have to tune out before the end of the show, make sure you check out the show notes for more details and information on today's topic and thank you so much for making me a part of your day. We are back with another episode.

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"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"You know, ultimately it's not a check to see that either something for like, hey, here's fifty bucks in the Starbucks Stars. They're like, hey look, you know life is ten Grand and then you take the floor fee schedule. If you don't if you don't take the 10 grand we're going to give you a lower fee schedule anyway, and by the way, you guys send a stink about this we're going to do this real life or Labor Day. Yeah what I'll give you credit guys, you know who you are. That was created. Well, you know you your phone was ringing with your clients. My phone was ringing with people who were like, what the heck is this dog? We're seen it. Yeah, it's nothing to sneeze at like you said it's a couple of thousand dollars and more than a couple but I want to go back to the the part where you said the criteria for being an expensive provider. So we know that there are such things as expensive providers and we know that there's what we call narrowing of the network where they get rid of expensive providers. I don't know and just my example when you and I were talking about the the one that I got an email for and I had in front of me, they are not inexpensive provider. They do not have competitive fees. They're not huge producers of high ticket things. So I was curious how they came up with that number. So let me back up a bit. Let's talk about what an expensive provider is prior to all of this. I know that if you have a really good fee schedule that maybe you have negotiated them. They have high utilization. They they become an expensive provider. Is that something that the insurance carriers when you're negotiating do they say look you have a history of crowns if we give you this fee schedule. Going to lose our shirts. Is that part of the whole conversation? Okay. Yeah, they understand trying to understand what's going to happen this year or next year. So that's what they do and they have a lot of folks over there a lot of professionals to do the math. And so that's all that's all they do. So, I'm sure it's you know, it's like, okay. Well you have to price risk and so here's a fee schedule. So what's up, you know look back next year now they may take it into a different context where they're looking at the overall market and so let's say that that one practice really wants a lot of money for broken out. Yeah and em and they're like, yeah, we don't think there's going to be a lot of root canal done in Metro PC or whatever Market you're in and so they may be willing to give on that or they may say hey, you know what? We don't have a job paying a respectful. It's a lot more than that since I belong to get on it, but maybe they're willing to give on that and maybe that's awesome for that doctor and you have to understand what percentage of Revenue is coming in from that specific object is a doctor's job. I do more root canals and then you look and then have to do to let me ask you in there. Well, who cares, you know, I mean in the great scheme of things, you know from a financial perspective. It doesn't matter but to answer your question do they take it and then you project the increase over a period of years. Absolutely that is that is under eight. So that's what axles every six months of what we do, right? And that's what practical she does do as well. I mean, we're utilizing the same exact underwriting methodology and projection map. If you will before our clients that I did with the other side of the ball, it's really exactly the same and that's why a lot of times it's I think that we are able to get to where we can find a way with the page that in the interests of everybody to have a contract at a fair discount rate relative to the market for that specific practice if that makes sense. Yeah. Yep. That's what it's about understanding. The fees are the appropriate for that practice and then understanding where the market is being fair transparent and making sure you're you're playing a game the right way, right? So you can every practice has to stand on its own and so it's about what are the insurance what's the insurance industry willing to pay to save Duncan dentistry and Virginia? Yep, you have to look at what the entire markets willing to pay and then you look at your outline contracts and then you have to understand your overhead current assuming your overhead sixty-two 65% which is a Thursday usually is. Yep. You should be taken on plans that when you do the math over a period of a year, you're getting fifty cents on a dollar because for you to dentist Duncan Dentistry may need the reason that you are participating with the video is because you may or may not think you have to I don't know the attitudes or is they vary widely actually, but if you think about it, it's dead. Or it's outsourced marketing. Yes, you're getting the promotional consideration of being on that carrier's website other names depending on your way. Now. If you're a know where you're the only tennis for the into that could be a big deal, but then you're really distant twenty miles away being to do much Market. This is why it's great to be Duncan Dental because D is higher wage and then most of them I will show up first you have a higher cost of characters. If you have a higher cost of care, they're getting a bear you you're going to be in the cage 5. Anyway, well now see that's that's something that I think I need to think about is when you do become that outlier and you end up costing them more than what you what they anticipated. How many times does that happen where somebody has gotten that letter that says, hey your home or off. The network is just not working, but the carrier has decided to Cease the contracts. I happen to very often to your clients. So then that's because you've you've not tried to negotiate them out of the bath. Out of the stratosphere right has to be fair. Yeah everybody that's listening. Nobody told me that. All right. Let me tell you what nobody told you about. It does no good to negotiate the highest be schedule in the world. You're like, I've got $1,500 crowns over here. Holy smokes. That's what that carrier is not going to put patients in your chair ever. There's no mood to negotiate diocese schedule World. If they can't put patients in the chair. It really needs to be viewed as a partnership of what's going to you know, it features are most important component typically, but it's also okay how much access do you want to have and then it's also the intangibles of is that carrier or that business or that organization? That's a good business partner for us. Do they actually help promote us are they burying us on page six? You know, what are they doing on it being the claims on time and they make an astute narratives or they drive in our staff crazy because nobody's getting a dog. Morning, you get threats drive to work settings on the phone with I'm not going to mention any names Acme insurance company insurance. That's my go-to Acme Insurance. Yeah.

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"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"Welcome to the nobody told me that podcast. My name is Teresa Duncan and my goal is to share information that you probably weren't thinking about. I love preparing my friends for situations that may come completely out of the blue. I also want to share with you many of the tidbits. I picked up over the years. If you absolutely have to tune out before the end of the show, make sure you check out the show notes for more details and information on today's topic and thank you so much for making me a part of your day. We are back with another edition of nobody told me that and I have a very special guest on it's dr. Brett Wells. He's down in Raleigh. And he's also the owner of Virgin hu which is a wonderful little membership plan program. I didn't actually know very much about that until you reached out to me and and we really got to know each other with that long, but I don't want to talk about membership plans today. I asked Brett to specifically come on to discuss what happened to his office for those of you that aren't aware with with Doctor thousand and what happened with him. He was affected by some of the rioting and looting after the Floyd incident. And so I know he's been rebuilding I know he's had some challenges and I wanted to bring him on to discuss describe, you know, let you all know how you could prepare. If for some reason it may come to your neighborhood, but it is I think very often To plan for the unknown and if anything twenty-twenty has taught us that after that long-winded intro Brett. Thank you so much for being on the podcast. Well, it's my pleasure. I'm happy to be here and check you a little bit about it's been a year on like no other I think everyone can agree with that. I felt like there for a while was just going from one crisis to another and pretty big ones so long to share my story. It's been from virus to Riot two Molotov cocktail and you know, maybe a close down here and there so who knows right the big enough that we you know, we're doing some off on to you know, the drop-off and hygiene, you know our next Crisis we got right around. Oh my goodness, so we'll have to revisit all of that. But yeah, I want to hear more about the program you're putting I can talk about that towards the end. I definitely want to hear more about that looks great. The lineup looks great. Yeah, let's flashback to what happened when all of the unrest was happening in Raleigh at first where you worried that it wage. Into effect your office. I was worried but not really worried. I mean just to kind of set the stage..

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"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Andrew Duncan Duncan do it with my Corrigan from cross country mortgage, and I'm just I'm so happy to have sports on lighting five overtime game. Uh, I just ate it up. You know, we have had sports for so I could, you know, somebody said somebody posted said now, let's hope the next game isn't Six hours long and they get to W I don't care six hour watching for six hours, There's been nothing on it, but I watch sports for so long weaken. I'll go with the 12 overtime game. Yeah, I had some meetings, appointments and I was bummed because I was going to miss, you know, because it started at three o'clock eastern, and I'm like, I'm gonna miss that. So then I got home about six o'clock or so and the first overtime. It just end that I'm a great I get to watch the end of that. And then I was stuck there the next three hours, Because you know, when you're watching a hockey game, your eyes got to be glued or you're going to miss that. Yeah. You know, my whole evening plans got thrown out because I was glued to the TV. But what a great game. Yeah, and and I'll tell you what it's it's exciting to be a part of what the what the team is doing and And I'm excited to be a part of the organization how they're innovating. And and I'm just so glad to have, you know, sports back. It's I think. Ah, welcome. Um It's a welcome thing T be happening with everything that we've had going on. So speaking everything that we've had going on. You know, Corona virus is Changing how we bought homes. Right? And I've been a proponent of a lot of the really cool technology that has developed over the last several years with spark home technology. Things like Remote door locks, remote garage door openers. You know the ability, Tio talked into different rooms in the hall, the You know the the ability to turn off lights turned on TV's turn on and off computers, Movie servers, movie projectors, You name it. Uh, it's available to be done remotely today, with so much of the technology that is out there. And so Corona virus has sparked a huge demand for new technology innovations about clean home stuff because You know, people are looking for new tools. Did I think this every person want to buy the Clorox wipes and run through the house every time someone comes over? You know there are people out there. They're doing that right now. I'm not one of them, but But home builders like you know Taylor Borssen at M I homes are rapidly upgrading housing technology without added costs. Owners, including Touchless posits. Anti microbial led riding and door knobs and new era ventilation and filtration systems. And so I think you're going to see a trend of MME or more companies doing this, too. Not just You know, because it'll be really hard to prove whether as that much of an impact but it but it's probably just as much about peace of mind for people to make them feel like you know that that company is putting an extra effort into to do what they can. Even if it's just one cove in case they prevent. Then then it was worth it. So some of this technology Um, I think it's going to be around for many years to come. Yeah, I.

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"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

11:34 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Andrew Duncan on the Duncan do real estate show Robert Johnson president of the Duncan do well here with my Corgan from cross country mortgage how you doing Mike I'm doing great how you doing pretty good it's been a crazy crazy week of real estate I I mean I'm I'm constantly shocked I think I'm constantly shocked at how busy we've we've really been through through this whole you know thing missile crisis I personally was really really concerned in the beginning thinking you know I had some depressing times thinking oh my gosh this is going to be awful I don't know what we're gonna do you know obviously all the feelings that everybody kind of kind of goes through but I mean every week especially in the past probably two weeks I have just been easy surprised crazy busy I mean our team is just very very very busy and I know we were talking before the show and and you were kind of saying the same thing yeah it's it's awesome it's it's so glad to hear that I'm happy for you guys and and you know just for the overall market in Tampa Bay I think it is you know as we begin to go through a phase one opening here and you start to see you know traffic pick up a little bad in people out and about in that sort of thing the activity in the real estate never really slow down all as much as any of us I think would have gas it but it's even getting busier and busier and I think we're gonna see some just robust activity over the next several months and end of the summer on on our end as far as people you know coming back into the market getting pre approved saying I want to buy I'm ready to do so the activity certainly has picked up and there is stock continues to be a ton of demand so things are good yeah we're so blessed to be able to say that I mean I know there's a lot of people out there and their jobs have really been up and down and you know I can certainly sympathize with that you know we like I said we were so so so concerned and I think this is just gonna be a pattern where it's going to be you know a bit to get back to where we were obviously but I think all signs have pointed so far to real estate typically holding up like like real states kind of done through most other recessions besides the last one but I think that real estate is probably going to be the thing that really helps pull us out of this when combined with a whole bunch of other stuff but I think this is going to follow the typical pattern where real estate is really going to help the greater economy get back up and running and that's a really exciting thing especially because you know a lot of people are homeowners yeah I think yeah I I I totally agree and I think it'll lead us out of this as as we get back into the normal and you're right there's so many people on that that have lost their jobs and that have been displaced and whatnot but you know I've heard several stories this week where people are starting to go back I'm just starting to get called back to work and get back there and so while it you know we wish we could just snap our fingers are say abracadabra and everyone be backing to be back to normal it is going to take some time to go through it and we need to do it systematically and make sure health you know the number one thing but there are some very very positive signs I am you know coming out of the overall economy and don you know where we're excited for what the future holds well I'm as far as on the real estate front and I know we've talked about this a couple times and you know it seems like information was trickling out in the beginning and then you know some more information dropped here dropped there and as far as on the real estate front when you know people obviously that own a home that have lost their jobs I mean no matter who owns a home a lot of times the home is the biggest monthly payment that they have if they have a mortgage so pressure you know their their mortgage payment a lot of their income ends up going towards mortgage taxes insurance you know the whole thing so the government came out right away and said you know we were going to work with homeowners and we were going to help them defer payments on their loans and I think going back to the last recession a lot of people instantly heard okay that's great are you still gonna foreclose on me or am I gonna owe all this at one time marks there was a lot of you know there's a lot of trouble based in there because of some of the things that lender stated that during the last recession that really scare people if they needed help during this downturn and I think that you know even this week there's other stuff that's come out with that and and you know I know the accident I probably better than I can yeah for sure so yeah let me kind of walk all the way through to S. things started happen and the government stepped in and said I'm you know we need to do something right so they allow for people to go and they came out gave guidance that people can go into forbearance for any loan that's backed by one of the you know either FHA or conventional loan which is Fannie and Freddie Mac and they said you can get a forbearance and not only can you get a forbearance and again we've we've been on the show talk many times forbearance doesn't need forgiveness it just means you're not going to make those payments right now I'm in they said you can do it up to start with six months and then you can do it up to twelve months I'm but that's all the information they really gave and so we were thinking back into the past they didn't say okay how is this going to have to get paid back does that mean after the six months you know you have to make one lump sum payment you know what is going to happen and there hasn't been guidance but they needed the push information out quickly so as they did as the industry in the advocates and the consumers kind of push back for more clarification they have come out and now trickled out additional information in this week what what came out as mark Claveria who's the director of the F. H. F. AG who is overseas Fannie and Freddie has said that if you go into a forbearance on a conventional loan on that you won't have to pay it back it until I'm either you refinance the home I'm you sell the home or at the end of the maturity about meeting at the end of the term of the loan so if you have a thirty year mortgage and you have twenty seven years left on it and you live in that house for the next twenty seven years you're at the end of that twenty seven years I you know thirty in total you would have to to pay it back so that's been great relief and it's a great sigh of relief for a lot of consumers out there that really weren't sure on you know our recommendation is for parents is there I'm not for everybody don't just jump into forbearance I'm just because you can't but it is there for people that that can't make their payment really need some help you know along the way on and now there is some some guidance on how it's gonna and that's that on you know it should be helpful to many people so if somebody was to go and refinance in a year or two or or whatever five years they went to have to pay it all back at that point I think I'm a I'm a little confused about that correct they would have to pay whatever extra is going to be back in there so you know let's say it was you know for simplicity sake it was a thousand dollars a month with your payment and you you went into forbearance for six months over six thousand dollars worth of of payment you didn't make when you want to refinance you would have to pay out whatever your current pay off wise they would add that six thousand dollars to it you would have to pay off now one of the things that is out there though for those people that I'm you know we're thinking that then hail refinance down the road you are most likely going to have to be out of forbearance meaning your forbearance don and out of it for a period of time of twelve months before you're going to be able to refinance making your regular payments again you can't go into forbearance for six months or twelve months and then turn around to be able to refinance right afterwards okay and that's just because you know they want to make sure that you can still pay your bills on the so I'm assuming you would have to document a whole bunch of stuff saying that yeah you you can stay in this house of you refinance correct are you got to go back in and show that you're making the mortgage that you know you're making mortgage payments on time and everything else just like we would look at anybody that was looking to refinance we look back at their history well if you haven't made payments in a year you'd be in trouble well this is different because the forbearance they were given the the ability not to make those payments so they want him to be back for at least twelve months before they would be looking to refinance so that's one reason not to do it right unless you absolutely have to now was this guidance that was our excuse me I don't want to go back hello let's start I scheme that this is only for Fannie Mae and Freddie back Freddie Mac backed loans so that would be a case where they would have to contact their lender and make sure that their loan is actually Fannie or Freddie owned before they know for a fact that forbearance goes to the end of the mortgage I'm a server racks in FHA is come out and set it as well so it it does it does go FHA and it's easy to know if you have an FHA loan I'm you would see it on your mortgage statement and everything else for on conventional loans there are look up tools that you can I'm you know go to go to the internet and and just look up a Fannie Mae look up tool or Freddie Mac lookup tool to see if your loan is actually owned by one of those agents using complied in your address and usually like the last four of your social security number or what not and it will be able to look up and tell you but yes that that is true if it is a anon Q. on loan or a portfolio alone for it a bank that wasn't sold to one of those agencies it's going to be up to that that investor that bank to decide on how they're going to do it right okay and I know that that's super important so if you have questions about any of the stuff I know that it kind of gets deep and gets in the weeds here especially the people that don't do this every day or do this constantly I mean you can feel free to give Mike a call or or give your lender call it whether you have questions about this whether you have questions about you know anything to do with the new loan refinancing your loan I mean Mike is such a great resource I know that he's he's our preferred lender but I hear so many great things about him from our team all the time I mean I have people that you know some of our agents that don't even work with buyers they just work for sellers no call might first questions about you know financing for a buyer that's come to them that isn't even working with Mike so Mike is an awesome resource my kind of other somebody out there to get in touch with you that's listening to act yeah and I appreciate the kind words I'm you can reach out to me at eight one three three seven seven two seven four three again it's eight one three three seven seven two seven four three and you know like Robert said if you have any questions at all whether it's calling me you're calling your current lender or servicer what not it is good to get all the information so you have all the information in order to make an informed decision for what is best for you and your particular circumstance absolutely and give us a call if you need to you know get in touch with my car get in touch with us about anything real estate related our direct number is eight one three three five nine eight nine nine zero and we'll be back after this quick break hello Tampa Bay injure.

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"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"duncan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Andrew Duncan on the Duncan do well real estate show back here on the WSL talking about is the market major Duncan joined by Angela Duncan Robert Johnson as well with the Duncan do a team and that kind of gonna move on to talking about insurance and and Angela you know it's no secret in Florida we have carriers leave the state we have people that change you know it's changed their guidelines to where they they cancel policies and it's a pretty regular occurrence for homeowners in Tampa Bay to get notices that Hey here insurance company as canceling your policy and and moving on these are leaving the state or simply they feel like your policy is too risky so you know there there is a major carrier right now leading which is going to open up an opportunity for people to call you they need insurance help but what are some of your thoughts and and maybe some things people can you understand about how that happens and what's going on there yes a little background demo tech is a company that does the ratings for the the insurance carriers actually are a nation wide they do ratings nationwide and there's about forty five carriers that they rate here in Florida so every December they want to get the financial from the insurance carrier and they're looking at you know how much money do you have in reserves how much premiums do you have coming what are your payouts looking like and it's very important for an insurance carrier to have an a rating that that's something that we only look for because we want to make sure that that financial stability is there should we actually have any type of occurrence happened where where we need that the insurance company to be able to pay out so there were twelve carriers that were kind of on the dockets in this last December they haven't released all of the names but one of them did come out and it is incurring insurance so homeowners choice came in and a choir anchor because they were looking at possibly being downgraded so in order to keep that a rating they're going to come in and take over those policies I've got quite a few clients who had incurring churns that we are working on recall loading now to make sure that we get them to the best care with the best rate so if you do have in car insurance if you haven't received your notice yet it is coming because they're going to be acquired and no longer writing in the state of Florida yeah and I think that that that that's going to happen well you know on the regular people are just going to say you know we're gonna move to other states or you know Florida's more risky it obviously happens more when we have you know when we have a named storm we have hurricanes ways insurance carriers take losses or damages then then they jump out but but I think none the less what a lot of people don't understand about the insurance process is if you are with a captive company and so captive companies are companies that don't sell other insurance companies products okay so Jake from State Farm I I didn't even have to say the name I think you probably notice great marketing and branding but they're a captive agency you know you're in state you're in good hands captive agency the difference with that is that a lot of times people or they're only getting one quote you know that that that companies only courting their own policies and all being a broker hundreds of carriers so so many times you can find carriers that have just as great of a payout rate just as great of a rating maybe they don't do the advertising they pass that savings on to customers thanks so where where you can beat those carriers a lot of times on cost and with the same kind of coverage it's because they simply run a different business model right and they do like to sell you know the bundle approach and I often tell clients of ours that you know you think of think of me as your bundle so you have one contact that you go to you may have different carriers for your home and for your auto but we're still looking in your best interest we want to get you the best coverage for the best price and you know like you said you're if you're with some of those other agencies you are paying for that marketing budget to be able to advertise to you know lots of people where as some of the carriers that we have you you may not ever see them on a television or radio ad it's because they're keeping their costs low by not paying for advertising you are using brokers to sell their products and then consequently just as great of a rating and a lot of instances and and a lot of companies you've heard of the just simply choose to run a different business model instead of selling directly they use insurance agents because they feel like it's a it's a better path for them so again to each is own but but none the less there are people out there all the time that you end up saving money for on the auto front you know I'm obviously a big car junkie if if your if your car person out there one of things I think need is that you know you have the ability to work with carriers that that specifically concentrate on classic cars exotic cars and and your rare vehicles and and coverage that is that doctor double to that you you've garnered some experience working with that as I think if you're someone out there that that you know maybe you have a policy in you've got a rare vehicle you've got it with a company that doesn't specialize in that you could run into some challenges if you have a claim right especially when you're doing customisation to those type of vehicles you want to make sure that the value of your car is is what's included in the policy and we see that a lot of times too with like newer vehicles you know as you know when you buy new vehicles and you drive it off the lot yet it's got that depreciation talking to your insurance agent making sure that you are covered for that you know there's an extra option we call gap insurance to where if you purchased that car and 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"duncan" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"duncan" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Second you sign a waiver making it clear you understand that she will kill you if you tell anyone about what you're up to also explaining why you know what the person getting. A massage is deserving of this massage. Third deliver your massage recipient. who must be dropped off? Tied up and gagged fourth bell. Bell will then massage them to death with the help of guest death masseuse Albert Fish. I'm trying to figure out how to give this wonderful gift of. Joseph Duncan Right. Now what a what. A great gift for him to be manhandled by both bill and Albert think about all the soothing sound you could hear his painful final minutes at first things you're sexual with Bela revenue the tugging on this man tackle need push into poking and squeezing and then fish comes in just covers his face with piping hot peanut butter showbiz. That's how we do it in Hollywood right in Albert Starts Whitland on his pee. Wee's sorts of punishment is not a little monkey and it all ends with fish and Bell Feeding Dunkin to some hawks yet so sign up today the right way to put a piece of shit away sadly that is not one of today's sponsors. I just needed to get that out of my system. I needed to express that To get back into a little bit of a mental state rifle like I can just keep talking about this No Dunkin live sadly after all this he lives Dylan slade. Brenda Brenda mark their dead Anti Martinez. He's dead Carmen and Sammy Somme. They're dead so many others raped possibly more dead. Joseph writes this day about her. Life isn't fair in in prison. How Society isn't fair pedophile? 's His most recent blog post was about what I got to eat for Thanksgiving dinner. Now how are you feeling about the death penalty emotionally. At least least we're going to talk about today's Duncan Shitty blog. At the end of today's SOCK I. Let's let's talk a bit more about the mess. He made what has Shasta dealing dealing with a lot not surprisingly according to the American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry Victims of violence or sexual abuse such as Shasta. Sometimes you'll the a post Post traumatic stress disorder a condition that can consist of nightmares of their experiences worrying about death difficulty concentrating and sleeping in addition addition to emotional symptoms some victims of PTSD also developed physical symptoms or ailments which reminds them of terrible experience. I have to imagine she is dealing with some level of PTSD. She's now twenty two possibly twenty-three clearly struggling to live with the the horrors inflicted upon her childhood. She has fear God tattooed above her left. Die Midnight tattooed above a ride. I pretty intense statement. Tattoos has three children has moved away from the North Idaho area to the Boise area. I think there's rumors yes. I've heard that she might be back in town. Hasn't spoken to Dunkin since his arrest when she was twenty one. She said she wanted federal prosecutors to allow her to visit him in prison. She wanted him to look him in the wanted to look given the eye and say She says regarding this I want him to hear from me that he's nothing. He took everything from as a child. Tried to put me in a position that I didn't even love myself is poor girl. I don't understand why they won't allow her visit him in that situation because maybe he won't agree to it but I don't even think he should have that right to say that he doesn't WanNa see your fuck that She talked in two thousand. Eighteen about How she'd be going to try to book about her experiences? She hasn't to my knowledge finished book if she does. I hope it makes me a fucking ton of money and hope. It's extremely Cathartic She she has struggled. She spent a year in a juvenile detention center when she was a teen from drug related. Charges been arrested several times as an adult for drug late charges. He's been open about her struggles with drug abuse and addiction addiction. Her Dad Steve died this past December nine th at the age of sixty two after a long battle with throat cancer. The previous year Stephen Lost legal battle with the trust set up for Shasta community members. Here in court Elaine had built a home for Shasta in court Elaine in two thousand five and her father Steve has started living there in two thousand seven when she was ten. Then Shasta move to Boise noisy. Her Dad's stayed in the house and CD until the trust board actually sent him eviction. Notice saying the house was for Shasta for him. Poor girl man Stephen been living there for free He felt that house was for Shasta and him. A judge disagreed said the house was only for Shasta houses now to be rented or sold to give money or she can live there. Full ownership will transfer to hurt. You can do with it. Whatever she wants what you turned twenty five a man she poor she asked again her dad must have been are you know hopefully was a great debt in some ways it's mostly many ways also seem to kind of mooched off of a donation? It was meant for her not him. which is Alabama loss to children to Dunkin can imagine how that would feel but he also didn't go? Oh through what Shasta went through. Didn't have to deal with what she had to deal with that summer. Hopefully she's not dealing with anything new now. Real estate prices going up here and CD I I hope she makes a fucking ton of money money on the house. I saw hope somebody buys it for way above market value or that she lives there and you know and becomes great. Mom I hope so life certainly fair much more unfair to Shasta then then it will be to most ever if anyone deserves a smooth ride from here on out. I think it's her something positive. Did come from all of this. Due to the media exposure on the case a lot of people they thought a lot more about what society should do with you know with pedophile. We haven't solved this problem. It's good to keep talking about it. Shots in her family started a petition into basically net. Never let a person out of prison after one. Paedophilia offense you know. Depending on the type of offence it has over fifty thousand or it had over fifty thousand signs before it ended it was posted on Change Dot Org titled No More Second Chances. Here's what Shasta wrote about it. She said my name is Shasta groening. I'm nineteen years old. I am seeking out a way for not only my voice to be heard but other victims when I was eight my mother stepfather and thirteen year. Old Brother Slade. Were murdered my brother Dylan. I were kidnapped from our homes by a level three sex offender Joseph. Edward Duncan the third. He was charged many times before my situation and was let out again and again I would like this petition to change that one one strike for a violent sex offender should be enough. Never let them back on. The streets to re-offend I understand. There are some cases where people have to register as a sex offender. When isn't exactly fair? Those people are not included. This is for offenders who take other people's decision to choose. This isn't a disease. It's a sick twisted person who cannot be helped her fixed Ext.. The system failed me and my family and I'm going to do whatever it takes to put an end to the psychos running out on the streets. Yeah and are more pedophile is being locked. uh-huh away right now the newer before no but maybe this will help moves in that direction right offenders. Like Duncan they can get out after the first second sometimes third fourth with V fences currently twenty two states do not have a three strikes. And you're out law for violent felons. The average prisons prison sentence for rape is eleven years. Some convicted rapists have gotten as little as six months in jail for violent rape right rather found guilty on average sex offenders in general get eight year prison sentences. But that's not how long they serve. Generally they serve three and a half years and You know within three years following their release more than one in twenty sex offenders are charged with another sex crime or another the sex crime other sexual offense how many are getting away with new sex crimes. We need to keep talking about this. Not Enough being done. We need more focus on victim prevention you. You know We need we need more focus on sex offender offender rehabilitation And in some cases the best way to rehabilitate a violent rapist is just a fucking never. let him out of prison ever or given the death penalty. I mean if they can't be cured if they have no interest in current themselves. Why ever let them out again right? I think much much longer. Mandatory sentences need to start being dealt out for sex offenders one thing sex offenders as opposed to do thanks horrible crimes committed before Dunkin's final rampage is to register Mr to let the rest of US know there are midst but it doesn't help. When they flew the area like Dunkin? Did you know Dunkin was already a registered sex offender. It didn't it didn't help. Stop him the violent crime. Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of Nineteen Nineteen ninety-four Aka Megan's law was set up to require that all fifty states release information about sex offenders to the public. But does it work work. It did not define how the states would accomplish such a feat. Every state carries out the law. It's own way. Some states mandate active notification where law enforcement personnel l.. Put up posters or even go door to door to tell locals that there's a sex offender in their midst twenty two of the states however only require passive notification which means the residence themselves have have to take the initiative to constantly reach websites and seek it out find out if a sex offenders living in their neighborhood or not children's advocates claim that there are more than five hundred fifty thousand registered sex offenders in the US and that about one fourth of them do not even bother complying with sex registry laws and they just vanished when they get out of jail again. We need to overhaul the system. It's not good enough now. Let's talk about this. fuckers blog The fifth nail exposed chronicles was called shortly after Duncan's arrest detectives masculine models discovered that he'd made a blog dedicated to opposing registration laws for sex offenders he called it the fifth nail posted infrequently after its creation in early. Two Thousand Four. Many of the entries focused on Duncan's own sex crimes and his obsession about the way in which sex offenders are treated by society. Surprisingly he also sometimes wrote about his desire to get closer to God which is a fucking Weird Combo. The blog did help investigators convict Dunkin of those earlier. Murders prior to GRONYEA's Tony's family. Right 'cause he'd written about him Dunkin explained why he called the site. The fifth nail apparently is based on some nonsense about Gypsies crafting five nails for Christ execution Houston not for the fifth nail was meant to pierce his heart but the Gypsies hit the nail from the Roman soldiers Dunkin went onto right to Gypsies who made the nails were portrayed to mythical stories claiming that they were punished by God for causing crisis suffer longer instill other stories that Duncan referred to the Gypsies were rewarded for trying to protect protect Christ Dunkin also wrote the fifth nail is supposedly a genuine sacred relics that has miraculous power. The mission statement of Dunkin's site stated that the fifth nails purpose was to aid in the struggle opposing official Propaganda Papa Ganda that helps propagate intolerance towards certain classes of people I e sex offenders who've been singled out because of prior mistakes or even those mistakes that they might light making the future. God Damn it Men like any type of what the the fucking balls people have like. You're convicted sex offender and you're like a especially on like a like a rape level pedophile level and then you're actively we need more rights. Fuck you know you don't whenever you. You did what you did to get you that charge in my opinion you signed away all your rights. Go Fuck yourself right. You're the victim. He's victim guys. He's been unjustly prosecuted right. He's he's he.

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"duncan" Discussed on Dog Tales

Dog Tales

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"duncan" Discussed on Dog Tales

"Before we begin this story please note that the dogs involved in the mayflower expedition never had their names officially recorded to put names to the ferry. Faces we're calling them Dunkin the Spaniel and Martha. The English mastiff additionally the lack of clear historical record in some instances required creative liberties to be taken when describing certain events after sixty six days cooped up on a ship. Duncan was eager to run the English Springer Spaniel wagged his tail excitedly sititi pause tapping the edge of the wooden rowboats. The weather was cold and raining. The Ocean choppy beneath them. But it didn't bother Dunkin. He had his sight set on a small strip of land of modern day. Cape Cod and his owner pilgrim. John Goodman you had his sights set on the first fresh meat. They'd seen in months for John Goodman and his fellow pilgrims the arduous journey on the mayflower tested the limits of their endurance and their faith but John and Duncan had no idea that the next year with test them even more they reached the shore and Goodman was astonished at what he saw a group of one pornography people cutting cutting up a dead whale the one panorex Saul Goodman and Dunkin and hid behind. The Trees Dunkin ran up to the whale. No no fear at all the dog sniff the caucus and nibble that its cold flesh. The dog was enjoying the spoils of the new world and its snoop food already but his owner was wary and rightfully so as John left the boat and stretched his legs. One One pornog- arrows whizzed in his direction the L. to Duncan and to his fellow pilgrims. It wasn't safe here. The pilgrims GRIMM's run back to their boat. Arrows hissed by them as they up anchored and set out again goodman was out of breath almost in shock from his near death experience but when he glanced at Dunkin. The dog's mouth was wide open and his bushy tail wagged. For Duncan. It was just another day filled with adventure and excitement..

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"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"duncan" Discussed on Nobody Told Me That! with Teresa Duncan

"In. Welcome to nobody told me that your source for candy business, talk and stories. Your host is speaker and author Theresa Duncan sit back buckle up and hang on. Okay. We're your friend. Another episode of nobody told me that. And I have my constant companion and co host and all that jazz. Hey, Kevin mystery Suhel aria. I'm good. I'm good. My son is over with my grandparents, my grandparents, but my parents. So it's spring break right now. And it's perfect timing because we're four days in this break. So it's about time for him to go spend a day with the grandparents having like spring where you are. Yeah. It's sixty degrees today. It's actually had to had to round my dogs up to come inside. Because it's weather like this. They don't they just wanna be outside all day. So I had to actually round them up 'cause you know, you, and I are recording than that's when there's going to be barking, and we'll. Griffin will make another appearance. You know? I'm sure at some point as. Ody's been really a little spicy today. He's been kinda some SAS. So. Asi dog. Have you been what's going on with you? What what's going on with the world of Kevin? We're we're in the sixties and Colorado today, it's a beautiful day. Hey, it's a baseball season. So very excited about that. Right. Yeah. Yeah. You're coming in Virginia. And we're gonna I talked to my dad, we're going to try to catch Rockies game the day that you're they're awesome. Yes. That's good. And I don't think a lot of people know that about you that you are also the Rockies correspondent for your for their which paper DirecTV. Or is it? So it's called spoil Rx. And it's online rocks pile back home. And I am the one of the co we call him coat experts instead of editors for co experts on the side, and it's a lot of fun. You know, a lot of people may or may not know I was in sports public relations for I got into the dental industry in nineteen ninety nine. And even when I got I gonna dentistry I kept going at sports sports writing during my days, Tulsa, Ryan for Tulsa world. And then whenever I moved to Denver of lucky enough to join the site that covers the Rockies and most of the home games and travel with team a couple of times. Out of the year. And this year a fortunate enough that it takes me to wash DC in Pittsburgh for a few games in April. Yeah, I cannot wait. See you actually hang out, you know, like face to face, gosh, I guess has been like a month or so the time to do that again. You are. Well, my dad is a huge nationals fan. So he'll be really excited to be there. And I don't know if you and him I've actually ever met. So actually yet over here. That'll be cool. Yeah. Papa Dunkin likes is baseball. That's for sure. Okay. So you have you been busy speaking as have I, but you really have been like like super super busy. So tell me about your attendees. And you mentioned that you've had a lot of weird or not weird. But a lot of interesting conversations Lee. So what what's shaking in the world of dental assisting and the teams. You know? And I think this is something that translates across no matter what you do in the practice. Win arrives Kaga mid winter meeting in you, and I were both speaking there are the ignite the track for assistance, which was awesome. I actually had a couple of systems send me a note after that meeting in one thing that I talked about a lot in my talks is that it's time to get rid of the drama in the practice. And I know a lot of people say that during their lectures, I always go back to the story when arose speaking in buffalo at the buffalo, Niagara dental meeting one year in always asked assistance to kinda give me some feedback during my lecture about things that are going on their practice all the demons Adila system in this one assistant shot her hand up in the back, and she just screamed in this room three or four hundred assistance. I wanna tell you about Patty in the next five minutes. We were talking about how horrible pay the hygienist is in her practice. I mean, this is the spot. Laid way. Let's clarify because you just said she's on a state. Let's clarify. This is not padded again, GR good friend. Oh, no. Enough. No, I'm kidding. No. And actually, it's because I've had whenever I tell the story I've had people in the audience Walk-ups, we'd say, well, my name's Patty, and they're like all offended, and I'm like, well, I was talking about you. So I'm sorry. Your name's Patty. Of. Have a different name like Latrice? Something. No, a high probability nobody in the time. You know, that's. But anyway. About me. This assistant kept going on. And all about this hygienist in her practice and winner she got finished. My thought was yes, I'm sorry. Tammy practice, but I'm also more sorry that you're letting it affect you the way that it is because you could tell there this lady was making this assistance life miserable in the assistants actually letting it happen. So I always talk about you know, it's time. Life's too short to be miserable. Life's too short to be unhappy. Life's too short to hit your snooze. But because you don't want to go into work every day. And so we always talk about ways that you can have the conversation with the Patty of your practice and say, you know, in I'm shorting this, obviously for for brevity sake. But you know, if if two people aren't getting along in the practice in the practices, Adele business than people, your customers are gonna know that you guys are just slapping smiles on don't really like each other. So I always say. If you need to have a hard conversation. It's always great say, you know, our patients or noticing this. It's hurting our business. We've gotta get through this. How do we do it? And I actually had a couple of systems reach out to me and say, oh my God. I actually talked to the Patty in my practice in. It's making a huge difference in in. You know, is speaker when are people actually listen to you, which, you know, hey, great for that. And then they actually put into play whenever they get back in the office on Monday. You know, that's just that's a great feeling. But it's also great to know that people are actually taking those proactive steps to make their life less miserable into make their day a lot more enjoyable, and so you know, that I really got a big kick out of seeing that end. It's kind of inspired me to make sure that we're pushing that message out there because I think all the start the year with all this is gonna be a different twenty eight teen or this is gonna be a different twenty seventeen you know. And then you get we out to end, you're like, you know. In so much easier to be back comfortable than to try something new. And so, yeah, you know, it's encouraging me to see the people are actually taking that leap of faith and talking to the Patty's their practice trying to make today better. But first of all congratulations to you for changing somebody's life because as a speaker, you I mean like you just said, we don't typically get the follow up. And when it when we do get the follow up. It's I mean, it means so much. So if anybody is out there and has heard a speak, and we've changed our lives. You know, we lived through that stuff because that encourages us to move forward and keep doing what we're doing. So it's awesome. That you got that kind of feedback and second of all the for this girl. I mean, that's a lot of courage to step up and change. And when you have somebody in the office who makes your world just unbearable. That's that's hard. So wow. She must have had a lot of soul-searching before she got to that point. That's great. I think all of us gets that point where we're at. The crossroads are. We going to do something about it. Or are we just gonna slink away, you know? And and I think that she, gene. Then crossroad house really glad that she kinda took that deep breath dove in you know, and and yeah. And and honestly, that's the third one that I've heard of just this year, you know, from from the talk. So I'm really encouraged people are taking that chance and stepping out and working to make their day better. I think that's an awesome thing. It's funny. You were talking about, you know, her name is Patty in its common. You know, the one in my office who made me just go insane. Was was a Kim. So I I don't use her name in courses because there's always going to be a bunch of Kim's in always. Always. But I remember though there were times in this is sad. And I really don't talk about this with a lot of people. And I don't even know if my boss knows, and I really don't think he listens to podcast because I don't think he's figured it out. I think we're safe, but I old boss. So what what used to happen? We had a situation where you know. She was pretty much getting away with murder. She was a great hygienist and he liked working with her. But she was the staff just take it. I mean, the team was just like, wow, you need to leave. And I remember sitting out in my car, you know, getting to the work early as always and sitting out of my car until right up to the bell. Which is not like me. And you know, because I didn't want to go in and in other location that we had you went inside. And I remember getting off the elevator. I I used to do this on a routine basis I used to get off the elevator. And you had to go around the hallway to get to the office. And I would just get off the elevator and just kinda just lean against. The wall and have to pump myself up to go into the office. And you like you said in what you said is perfect though. It says it will you said was you? Life's too short live like that to hate going to work. And I think I work I woke up and a lot of things happened after that that led me to wear. I am now. But I think you have to go through that to realize that there is light on the other side, and you know, Kevin to your to your credit. You're the you're the kick in the pants, you were the catalyst. And that's that's the nominal. Will in in like, you said a minute ago. You know, those are the stories that speakers keep us going. You know, in end in help us know that we're actually making a difference. I think everyone of us no matter what we do. We always want that little tap on the shoulders that yet you're doing the right thing. When out those emails, it's yeah. It's it's just been. It's it's always reinvigorating to me in Allah anelle whenever I run out to Virginia. You know, you're part of the world do that course in April. I'm just really excited them to see the what chain what more change we can make in Virginia Donald systems are just awesome. Might I say. Hello. They're more awesome now because I'm not Virginia system anymore. We were awesome now. So it's nice to get a positive Email. I don't know if this happens to you. I know with insurance being such a painful topic. I actually get a lot of emails where it's not there's not this.

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

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"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"duncan" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"So without further ado, please welcome to the Duncan trussell family, our podcast, Ragu, Marcus. Well, come. Well. Well, Kamala you glad you is. Shay Hanes Nonni TV Lou. Well, come to you. It's the Duncan trussell family. Our podcast. Now. Rugged welcome back to the Doug trestle family. Our? Wow, this is so futuristic. I can't believe that. We're filming this this is so great. I love the background. You've got going. Hopefully, folks, you can you'll put this up somewhere where people can see the undulate you've gotten the test. Can you turn a little bit away? Sorry. I'm always blocking the Mondelez mind gun. What is it by the way? I think that is the college shocker Malo. Chalk I was gonna say that because I've been to his holiness Dalai lamas. Call a choucroute twice actually, really Dharmsala. No in Toronto. And in Washington. Oh, I thought it only happened in Dharamsala. And I thought it only happen once every few years. No. He does it all over the world. I'm trying to get myself situated. Yeah. He does it all over the world. Can you anyhow what is the college? Akra. Are you kidding? I just want to hear you describe it. No. There's no way. I've got no intellect. No mind. No, nothing. I'm useless. That's why I'm I came from, you know, the whole buck de thing the dualistic buck thing. No, I could never really get that, especially. In my current state Gunda had someone someone kicks your door down at some horrible person has a weapon holds it to your head and says tell me what is the collared chucker Mangala. What would you say? I'd say, I don't I don't know. I was there. But, but you know, you know, the book the art of motorcycle maintenance. Yes. Zenon Artem Ozer. Suddenly art of motorcycle maintenance. Okay. So there are two kinds of people. Right. One of them like sees a motorcycle and goes in there and takes it apart and puts it back together. Right. That's their thing. And that's how they become one with the motorcycle. Yes. And then there's other people who walk and see them on motorcycle in. It's all it's Harley glory. Yes. And you go. Oh god. And you just like blend in with the molecular structure through your soul. Yeah. Okay. So those are the two kinds of characters in this book. Yeah. Yeah. I'm I'm the ladder one. So I would tell people, you know, it's useless for me to try and go to an into an explanation of the collar Chalker when you can easily get that. From. From your new teacher, for instance. He would know David Nick, Aaron we'll have this David. Yes. So I wouldn't even go there. But I like, let's talk I want to talk about that for a second. Because I think it does blend in with with what we want to talk about today or what we were planning on talking about. Anyway. This. This. I guess you could you could say this is to this division. This sort of like. Overlay is something that comes up a lot in spiritual conversations and in the broadest of strokes. We have on one side the boxy as it's called or the sort of loving relationship with truth God and on the other side, we have this sort of deconstruction of reality. And I was just reading about this in the bag of Akita as it is just a day or two ago. I just opened it up on his reading and probably was saying that. One one is the body is watering the roots of the tree if you water the roots of the tree everything else is taking care of. And this other form, my Avadanei or this sort of deconstruction of our essential nature. It does the exact same thing. But the process is more complex like what you're saying. It's a it's an it's a complex process. But both reached the same point is what was. What he was saying is that the ultimately this identical place is you will inevitably run into God. Whether you're doing some kind of very lofty intellectual deconstruction of reality. Whether you're doing some meditative process that involves the dissolution of the identity or whether you're sitting at the foot of a deity or guru. Earn awake in being all every all all roads lead to Rome so to speak. Do you have any thoughts on that yet? You know, what I got an Email today from somebody who just listened to a podcast on mind ruling with the Buddhist teacher named tiny, Sarah who's credible..

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