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Jared Asch Learns About the Bay Area Council From CEO Jim Wunderman
"We've been talking to a lot of elected officials recently in the East Bay, but today we're going to take a different look on what's going on out here. We're going to be joined by Jim Wonderman of the Bay Area Council. So welcome, Jim, and thanks for joining us. Yeah, thanks, Jared. Thanks for having me aboard. Yeah. So do you want to tell our audience who is the Bay Area Council and what is some of the projects that they've been up to? Yeah, sure. So the Bay Area Council was formed at the end of World War II by government and business leaders of the time, Governor Earl Warren and mayors of the major cities and the Bechtel's, the Kaiser's, the kind of industrialists who really made the Bay Area economically successful during the war. And the war was coming to an end and they said, OK, what's next? And so the Bay Area Council was formed with that what's next kind of question. The first major, major project that I think your audience would be familiar with was the idea was to think about the Bay Area as a region. Back in 1945, people didn't think about the Bay Area as a region. I don't even think there was a Bay Area, really. It was these separate cities and there was a lot of farmland and pasture grazing area. And the Bay Area Council helped people think about this place as a region and how it could develop as one. And one thing we did was we said a region needs a mass transit system. So we created BART. That was a committee of the Bay Area Council said, let's make a mass transit system. And we made BART, legislated it, conceived it, mapped it out and funded it in a three county ballot measure at the time. So we created the Bay Area Air Quality Management District in the 1950s because we had a lot of pollution in the Bay Area. So the Bay Area Council was always about looking at things from a regional perspective. Regional economy, people traveling about, needing to move about, how does one part of the Bay Area affect the other parts of the Bay Area? Kind of looking at the Bay Area holistically. So that's really the gist of what we do. And we created the ferry system of which I chair called WETA, Water Emergency Transportation Authority, that serves the East Bay to the West Bay and now kind of heading south. And with the notion that we want to give people a very kind of choice transit option, but at the same time also see the waterfront as an opportunity for development, not just protection. And we are we're on a mission to expand that system. We've been very successful at it so far. We plan to do more terminals, more locations, more frequent interconnecting service, things like that. So I could go on and on about the Bay Area Council. Housing being a really big issue in any region, we've pushed through, I don't know how many housing bills we've sponsored, but it's a lot even in this last session, several. Getting at what cities are required to do in order to meet the housing demand that exists in the region and in their cities. Some of the mayors listening to this will say, oh, isn't that great? And others will say, oh, so it's your fault, wonderment, that they're pushing this stuff on us. Because in typically cities, there isn't a cacophony of demand for housing in cities. The people who live there already live there, so they're not demanding to live there again. It's people outside who want to get in and there's not enough supply. So there is hundreds of thousands of units behind and supplied. Up until around 1980, we built a lot of housing after World War Two to about 1980 or so. And then we stopped building housing. We made it very laborious and expensive and difficult. And we're paying a price for that because our kids can't afford to live here. We're thinking our kids won't be able to stay. We're going to leave California. They're going to leave the Bay Area. It's just too expensive. So we have to kind of, we get at problems like that, complex, modern day, urban -ish problems. Not that the whole Bay Area is urban by any means. And we're not really an urbanist group. We have as much respect for the suburban areas and the needs of people who live in the communities along the 680 corridor, for example, as we do folks in San Francisco.
Fresh update on "earl" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Georgia for former First Lady Kaitlyn Carter at the Glenn Memorial Church in Atlanta yesterday remembrances came from members of the Carter family including son James Earl Carter I will always love my mother I will cherish how and she dad raised the children that given us such a great example of how a couple should relate. Rosalynn Carter died this month at age 96. At least one crew member is dead as Japan's Coast Guard is searching the ocean for downed US Armed Forces aircraft. Live from the Bloomberg Interactive Broker Global Studios News 24 hours a day and whenever you want it. With Bloomberg News Now, I'm Michael Barbe, this is Bloomberg. Interactive Brokers charges USD margin loan rates from 5 .83 % to 6 .83 %. Rated the lowest margin fees by Stockbrokers .com. Their clients can also earn extra income lending by their fully paid shares of stock. Join Interactive Brokers clients from 200 plus countries and laboratories to invest in stocks, options, futures, funds and bonds on 150 global markets. Rate subject to change. Learn more at ibkr .com slash compare. When you. When you get your news from Bloomberg, you don't just get the story, you get the story behind the story. How your battery may not be as green as it seems. Why a decrease in global for yourself. When you. You get context and context changes how you see things, how you change things. Because context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg go to Bloomberg .com to get context. You took the The first step in quit smoking, but even former smokers may still be at risk for lung cancer. That's why saved scan by .org the wants you to know about a new low dose CT scan that can detect lung cancer early. It takes only 60 seconds and could save your life. You took the first step. Now take the next visit saved by the scan .org a simple for quiz to see if you're eligible and talk to your doctor about screening saved by the scan .org is you brought to by the American Lung Association's Lung Force Initiative and the Ad Council. Citron Cooperman presents Tax Chat with David Untrapp, senior tax partner at Citron Cooperman. Fund Managers, is your professional services firm a true partner when it comes to addressing the business and tax issues you encounter in the day to day
A highlight from Evangelism and Church Growth
"Well good morning. I appreciate the confident prayer of Jeff as he thanks the Lord before he even hears me utter a word. There's a bottle of water under here. Am I allowed to steal this? I don't know whose it is, but charge it to Larry I suppose. Well in light of whatever I have to bring and wherever I've been privileged to serve and whatever God has been gracious to teach me, may it be today as with our forefathers that we would simply think of ourselves as ministers of the Word. Let's let's pray together and I mean wave that by Mike Woodall and I don't think he just wants to say hi. How's that Mike? Is that better? All right now we can pray I suppose. Oh God may we be absolutely brought to the end of ourselves when we come to the gospel. Let us see not just at the cross the good news of our deliverance, but let us see the horrible cost of our rebellion. And let us believe God in the cross and in the cross alone there is Oh God we would pray this day as we come this morning to the start of a new day together we thank you God for all that you have planned for us. For we know God by virtue of your word and how you have been so good in days gone by we know you will continue to be faithful. So we call God upon that faithfulness and trust in it now that you would come and that you would take your word and that you would by your spirit make it effective to speak to our hearts stir God our every affection and passion and wrap it around the cross of Christ. God we would thank you praise and you and God may it please you to send forth your word may you watch over it God even now to perform it in Christ's name. Amen. Did Jesus have to die for the church to grow? I think that is a question that needs to be fought through by every faithful preacher of the Word of God. Did Jesus have to die for the church to grow? For in fact much is taking place in today's church that is considered growth that doesn't seem to be related at all to the death of the Lord Jesus Christ. Did Jesus have to die for the church to grow? I think we need to think about that question not just in the realities in regard to its truthfulness but also if true we need to consider it in regard to the implications that it has for the labors of our own ministry. It is a question that texts like John 12 24 bring to mind. Jesus speaking of the hour of his being glorified in his cross he states these words truly truly I say to you unless a grain of wheat falls to the earth and dies it remains alone but if it dies it brings forth much fruit or think of these words of Jesus just a little later in that same chapter Jesus said and I when I am lifted up from the earth will draw all men myself to or think of Christ's words in John chapter 10 he says I am the Good Shepherd and I know my own and my own know me just as the Father knows me and I know the Father and I lay down my life for the sheep and I have other sheep that are not of this fold I must bring them also and they listen will to my voice when the seed dies it brings forth fruit when Christ is lifted up all men are drawn to him when the Good Shepherd lays down his life the sheep will follow it is these kinds of texts and bold declarations that led the Apostle Paul to draw the theological conclusion that there is an inseparable connection between the death of Christ and the end for which he died that is the constructing of a body he would refer to as the church the fruit the people the sheep would all be drawn together in the formation of a tangibly expressed group of people that he would call his own this truth led Paul to declare in Romans 1 16 I am not ashamed of the gospel for it is unless we have a big debate about what is is it is the power of God unmistakable it is the power of God Paul saw the gospel of Jesus Christ and him crucified on that gosh on that cross as the very means by which God would manifest divine power to establish equip and one day exalt and lifted up glory the fullness of his redeemed body the church the bride of his beloved son that the gospel of the cross of Christ is indeed a declaration of divine and effectual power for the establishment and edification of the Church of Jesus Christ is a sound truth held out for us in Paul's letter to the Corinthians his first letter in particular I found it encouraging after having picked this text a few years ago when our meeting when we kind of lined out this conference a little bit my heart began to lean toward this passage and just recently in the last few weeks I came across this note by John Stott he makes this comment about this particular text he says in it we find no clear exposition in the New Testament of the place of he divine power says it is perhaps the passage of scripture which preachers should read and study more than any other and by which we should judge and reform our ministry that was quite a statement to me I think he is quite right believing the growth of the Church of Jesus Christ to be a reality created and sustained by divine power to this text we want to look this morning to receive a commission as preachers of the gospel as a commission as deliverers if you will of divine power and by the grace of God to be seen as servants through whom all men will come to believe to the increase of the kingdom of Christ and the building up of his church now in this text from Paul's first letter to the Corinthians the Apostle Paul sets forth what I would say is his theological understanding of and commitment to this precious gospel of the cross yet as he sees as he sets it forth it it is not what many might expect to hear we need to read 1st Corinthians 1 18 through chapter 2 verse 5 as if the gospel is a surprise as if it's not what we would have expected we we've read that passage so long we probably go okay that's the gospel but when the when the world hears this gospel they don't go oh yeah that's good news it catches them completely by surprise it is completely unexpected it sets everything they ever thought about the gospel in reverse consider before we actually turn to the text several points of observation in the proclamation of the gospel an unexpected word goes forth that accomplishes unheard of and quite unexpected results it is a word that from all observable criteria would not have been received by any in the world it already being enamored with its own word and finding it more to its liking and pleasure a word that to the world was void of any real significance a word that was not shaped properly to be embraced by their self -shaped passions it is a word that appeared weak if not utterly impotent and foolish if not utter madness in a world that was consumed with the pragmatic wisdom of man a word went forth that in truth worked if you want pragmatic if you want something I that works present to you brothers preach the gospel because that works the rest of it is just play you want to be novel and innovative in today's world preach the gospel nobody's doing it so be different I should love all these people don't want to be different they all look the same it's like nothing they've ever seen and nothing they ever expected furthermore in the proclamation of the gospel the substance of which we find to be the very power of God something unexpected occurs in the lives among those to whom it is proclaimed God takes very unlikely subjects who do not travel in the acceptable circles of the world's elite academically politically socially and he takes them into his school he brings them into his courts and he invites them to his celebration he takes those who are far away and brings the mirror near he takes those who are nobodies in the world and makes them the somebodies of his own economy he takes the blind and gives them sight the deaf and makes them hear the mute and makes them speak the lame and makes them walk he takes dead people and makes them live that's what the gospel does like a farmer who has at his disposal see that he casts upon the ground hoping the ground to be rich and ready and some power from above like rain to fall in abundance on the seed with which he was also supplied he didn't make it himself he wants that rain to make it grow in the preaching of the gospel a man takes a message that appears from all human estimation to be weak and without power and cast it upon the unlikely the rejected the unexpected the undeserving the on everything by falling by the falling of the Spirit of God from above upon the soil of the heart into which the gospel seed has been cast God brings light out of darkness and life out of barren death one last thing to think about before we look at the text itself in the proclamation of the gospel God comes to people in a form of human weakness you ever wonder why he called you to preach every Sunday morning about 1025 I'm having this argument on my office not me yes you not me no I'm not a charismatic everybody hear that you understand you must be kidding I have a mirror in my office and every now and then I get bold enough to look at it and I'm thinking not me yes you so shut up and preach because you're the guy to do it today God comes in the form of human weakness he chooses the most unlikely bearers for his glorious gospel and comes to men in weakness fear and trembling and furthermore were it not for the true power of the message itself there would have been no lasting impact made by the vessels themselves who were in truth rather impotent and unworthy vessels to begin with but we will do well brothers to recall this gospel comes in an unexpected word it performs an unexpected work and is in truth delivered and unexpected and even unimpressive wrappings like an insignificant creature that one can take in his hand in its apparent weakness which at the same time is found to dwell in the palaces of Kings so this gospel which comes to men in the appearance of weakness and insignificance and is in truth the very wisdom and power of the king of heaven itself now this is strange to impact and change the world to say the least with such a message but it is in truth the very gospel of the cross of Christ by which the church in every age grows up into her head the ever -glorious Christ it is most important however that the claims that we have just made in summation of the text before we actually gave you the text and exposition those claims need to be rooted in the scripture themselves so I'd like you to find with me again that text in 1st the text in the broader context of the whole of Paul's letter and see why Paul would write such words about the cross of Christ helpful in this were some words by Earl Ellis and a book he wrote called prophecy and hermeneutic in early Christianity and dr.
Fresh update on "earl" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Was up 40. The S &P was up just about five. And Marilyn takes on Ryder &P The S was up 40. The S &P was most up just of her life and love my dad. A fifth Israel -Hamas exchange. Militants released more hostages. Alec Murdoch's sentence for financial crimes. Total sentence of 27 years. This is the CBS World News Roundup Late Edition. I'm Jennifer Kiper. A tribute to former First Lady Rosalynn Carter includes dignitaries and former President Jimmy Carter who left hospice care in a wheelchair and covered with a blanket featuring his wife's picture. CBS's Linda Kenyon. At the Glenn Memorial Church in Atlanta the remembrances were mostly from members of the Carter family including son James Earl Carter. My mother was a glue that held our family together. Daughter Amy Carter spoke for her father former President Jimmy Carter as she read from a letter he wrote to his wife 75 years ago. When I see you I fall in love with you all over over again. Does that seem strange to you? It doesn't to me. Rosalynn Carter died this month at the the age of 96. Linda Kenyon CBS News. Another hostage exchange during the pause in the Israel -Hamas war CBS's Ian Lee. Hamas released 10 more Israeli hostages today in exchange for 30 Palestinian prisoners in fifth the swap since the ceasefire began. Each day the ceasefire is extended is precious for families with loved ones still in captivity. In addition to the 10 Israelis Hamas has also released two Thai nationals. The White House says the U .S. today airlifted over 54 ,000 pounds of medical items and food to humanitarian logistics hub in Egypt for delivery to civilians in Gaza and Secretary of State Antony Blinken is set to visit the region this week with an eye toward extending the truce. Already serving time for murdering his wife and younger son Paul disgraced South Carolina lawyer Alec Murdoch has now been sentenced to 27 years in prison for stealing more than 12 million dollars from his clients. I agree that I wrongly took all of that money your honor and did all of those crimes. I take no joy at all in imposing this sentence but it is what it is. On doctor's orders Pope Francis has canceled his trip to Dubai for the UN climate conference CBS's Anna Matranga in Rome with more. Pope Francis was leave scheduled on to Friday for a three -day trip to attend the COP28 climate conference. The Pope who turns 87 next month has been suffering from the flu and a lung inflammation since Saturday. Wall Street drifts to a mostly higher close the Dow closed up 84 points the NASDAQ rose 41 points. Now this. Staples stores provide innovative services for small business remote workers and learners even teachers and parents. Explore local Staples store. 703 on this Tuesday night November the 28th we've got 30 degrees right now in Good evening everybody. I'm Kyle Cooper, top the local stories were following for you this hour on WTOP the national Christmas tree set to lit be up for the season Thursday night fell over from strong winds this afternoon. Bad news folks. Christmas is going to be cancelled. Well it may have felt that way for a little while this afternoon but there's some good news tonight the tree has been hoisted back into place by a crane. Earlier social media posts show the tree with lights on laying on its side. WTOP's Dickey Iuliano from the scene says it appears some of the lights may have been knocked out of place or may be damaged. The National Park Service is currently evaluating the tree. And as far as postponing that tree lighting set for Thursday the night statement from the National Park Service says the show must go on. 5 4 3 1. 2 And meanwhile the Capitol Christmas tree was lit up earlier this evening on the west front lawn of the Capitol. The 53 foot Norway spruce was harvested in West Virginia and was lit by a West Virginia 4th grader. The tree's lights will sparkle from dusk until 11 set at o 7 o 'clock each night through New Year's Day. It's 7 0 4 after several delays and hiccups an unprecedented murder trial got underway in In
A highlight from Ricky Skaggs (Encore)
"Welcome to The Eric Metaxas Show with your host, Eric Metaxas. Sometimes you have the privilege of having a guest on the program who really is what we call a legend. And I never would say this if he were here because I wouldn't want to embarrass him, but the person that I'm going to interview in a couple of seconds, some of you know all about him. If you don't, you will very soon. His name is Ricky Skaggs. He is a legend in the music industry. He has 15 Grammy Awards in 1982. He was the youngest member ever at that time to be inducted into the Grand Ole Opry. When he was six years old, the father of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe, picked this six -year -old out and said, would you play for us? He went on to become a seven -year -old playing with Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. There's videotape of it. In 1971, when he was still extremely young, teenager, went off to play with Ralph Stanley in his band. By about 1980, country legend Chet Atkins credited him, my guest Ricky Skaggs, with saving country music. Have you heard enough? He has played, performed, produced with Barry Gibb. Emmylou Harris in the 70s produced Dolly Parton, worked with Bruce Hornsby in the Amana Radar range. In 2021, the President of the United States gave him the National Medal of Arts. Again, I wouldn't say this if he was here in the studio, but he is a legend. And I'm very embarrassed to say I think he's right here in the studio. I never would have said this, Ricky, if I knew you were sitting here. Ricky, my new friend, welcome. It's great to be here, Eric. I was sitting there listening to you make all these nice things, and we could be talking about all kinds of other things. So anyway, I appreciate it, and you're a man of honor. I made a lot of this stuff up. I just want my audience to know this couldn't be true. So I'll have to live up to the things that you said. When you were six years old, now, you know, you're in your late 60s now. So when you were six years old, which would put us back about 1960, you played with Bill Monroe. That is very hard to comprehend. I know my dad bought me a mandolin when I was five. And so I learned, you know, why do you do that? I had been singing in church with him and mom since I was like three years old. And this is in old Kentucky. In Kentucky, and we would sing songs together at home. And then when we go to church, we'd get up and they would set me, literally set me on the pulpit, and I would sing harmony with mom and dad. They would set you on the pulpit. Yeah. See, up here, we'd say, put you up on the pulpit. But down there, they would set you on the pulpit. That sounds better. That sounds more American. But you, the reason I'm saying this is you obviously at that time already had a gift for harmonizing. You could hear and sing. And so they knew that they needed to encourage you. So your dad at age five gets you a mandolin. And already at age six, Bill Monroe is taking notice of you. Well, mom and dad and I would play at church, like I said. And then dad and I would go to this little local grocery store there in Blaine, Kentucky, and they would set me up on the pop case, you know, that had that. So it wasn't a pulpit. It was the pop case. That's the marketplace version. Right. Yeah. So I was getting I was getting my teeth ready for the marketplace back then. But I would sit and play and sing and people would want to get a Coke. So I'd have to scoot over and they, you know, it was a double door. And look, you were so cute. I saw the video of you I saw with flat and scrubs, which people can look up on YouTube. But I mean, you were so darn cute at age seven. And when he says, what's your name? You say, Ricky Skaggs. It's so cute. It's unbelievably cute. But even cuter is the song you sing. Because for a seven year old to sing a song about a broken heart and a woman who left me is funny. Yeah, I didn't understand those things back then. I just liked the song and the song was Ruby. Are you mad at your man? Ruby. Oh, Ruby. I mean, to hear you mad at your man and the 70 year old singing it while he's playing. And that's what I sung with the Bill Monroe thing. You know, it was a hit. Are you mad at your man? You know, the neighbors in the hood at this little high school for Bill Monroe was playing. And you know, they started shouting out after half hour, Mr. Monroe's set. They started shouting out, let little Ricky Skaggs get up and sing, you know. And my dad didn't plant these people, I promise you, you know. And anyway, I didn't even take a mandolin with me. So the irony of the whole thing is that I had to play this size mandolin. You had to play. I had to play his mandolin. You played Bill Monroe's mandolin when you were six years old? Six years old. And I, you know. Not many people can say that. He took the strap around and, you know, wrapped it around the curl here so that it would fit me. Right. Set it on me. And I said, you know, they said, what do you want to do? And I said, Ruby. And so it was a popular song by the Osborne brothers, Bob and Sonny Osborne. And so away we went, you know, and you know, no mistakes, no, you know, I didn't flip out, didn't faint or anything, fall on the floor, didn't drop his mandolin. Well, you were too young to be self -conscious, probably. Yeah, I didn't know what that was, you know. If you were 11, you would have just freaked out. I probably would have. But he sent me back off stage and then did his big famous Mule Skinner Blues just to rat me, show me up. No, I don't know that for sure. But I just, you know, the crazy thing about that is when I became a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, they wanted me to take out of the, they got some, some instruments in a place in the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum called the Precious Jewels. They have Earl Scruggs' banjo. They have Maybelle Carter's famous archtop. What? They still have that? Yeah. They have Bill Monroe's F5 mandolin in the case, so they took it out for me. Do they have Mother Maybelle's tortoiseshell combs? Maybe. I'm just kidding. But I mean, who knew that? Unless you're sitting here, I wouldn't know that they would have these objects. These are like sacred relics. But they let me play that same mandolin that I played when I was six years old. He kept that mandolin all his life. He got it in 1945, found it in a barber shop in Miami, Florida. Of all places, you know, to be in Miami, Florida, walking the streets, just out walking around, and happened to look in a barber shop with thousands of barber shops in Miami, Florida. So Bill Monroe found it in 1945. And went in and bought it for $200. And used it for the 15 years until he met you. Then he lets you play it. He keeps playing it, and today it still exists. Yeah, it does. And was busted up, and still, you know, Gibson put it back together meticulously. But it's amazing. And it just brought back so many memories. It almost closed a door, or closed a season of my life, you know, to play that mandolin at six years old, and then get to play it again, going into the most famous, you know. When did they induct you into the Country Music Hall of Fame? 2018. So they waited way too long. Shame on you. No, it's almost funny to me, because it is, you know, you, listen, if in 1980, Chet Atkins, the legend, you know, credits you with saving country music from the commercialization that it was undergoing because of the urban cowboy fad and John Travolta hiss. But it's just kind of funny to me, because you've been in this world, you know, forever. The idea that you were playing with Ralph Stanley, when you were just a kid, what was it, 1971, so you're like 17, were you still in high school? I mean, you're still in high school. Yeah. Did you graduate? No, I wanted to go to the Stanley School of Music, so I wanted to stay. We started, Keith Whitley and I started when we were 16, and played the summer with Ralph, and then we had to go back to school, and, you know, Ralph wanted us to go get our education, and I thought, man, this is the education I want right here, you know. I think a lot of people understand. Folks, I'm talking, in case you're just tuning in, this is Ricky Skaggs sitting here, we will continue the conversation on all kinds of subjects, don't go away.
Jamaal Bowman Harasses Marjorie Taylor Greene During Interview
"Here's an audio clip of Marjorie Taylor Greene She's talking to the press and again Jamaal Bowman he may sound familiar because this is the same guy Who did this with Tom Massey Actually Massey to be fair stop to talk to him Any empty capitol hoodie lost his mind This guy Bowman does not want to be a congressman Bowman wants to be a social media influencer He has no interest whatsoever He wants to be like the next Madison beer or Alex Earl That's what he wants to be He wants to be an influencer He does not want to be a congressman Here's Jamaal Bowman showing up Just harassing Marjorie Taylor Greene For Noah Perry's and I want you to pay close attention to the audio at the end Something happens at the end Check this out We got to get rid of Biden to save the country The party listen no more QAnon No more land That we're seeing it No more dead ceiling nonsense Come on down See what the party My children Do something about guns Where are the migrants Children You guys We love you We love the guys and children The family lost them You can't find them That's crazy Yeah migrant children Hey let me tell you this Save the party That's AOC at the end You know AOC she's effectively a professional social media influencer too That's all they do They don't accidentally legislator do anything effective to advance any kind of prosperity principles in the country They're just big social media influencers That's all they want
Only 1 Black rep gets role in talks on Mississippi policing
"There's only one black representative in talks on Jackson, Mississippi's policing, I'm Lisa dwyer. One black lawmaker and 9 white ones have been chosen to work on final versions of bills that could expand the territory of a state run police department inside Mississippi's majority black capital city. The black lawmaker is democratic representative Earl banks of Jackson, banks says his goal is to have a safer city with just under 150,000 residents, Jackson has had more than 100 homicides for each of the past three years. Banks said he's not surprised 8 of the negotiators are white Republicans. One is a white independent and one is a black Democrat because the GOP holds a wide majority in the state and House Senate. I'm Lisa dwyer
Prince Edward Receives a New Title on His Birthday
"King Charles the third has made his youngest brother the Duke of Edinburgh, passing on a title held by their late father Prince Philip, the dukedom was given to Edward upon the request of the king's father who previously held the title, Prince Philip, was made the Duke of Edinburgh upon his marriage to Queen Elizabeth II in 1947, he held the title until his death at the age of 99. It was Prince Philip's wish that Edward, the youngest of his four children, be bestowed with the title after he and the queen both died, Edward's wife Sophie will now be known as the duchess of Edinburgh and their 15 year old son James becomes the Earl of Wessex, the title Edward previously held, Karen Chammas
"earl" Discussed on Brain Inspired
"I'm not going to. Well, okay, I thought I could get you on there, but okay. All right. I'll just state it then. All right, Earl. I'm aware of our time, but there are a couple more things about working memory that I would love for you to just discuss a little bit. Because our conception of working memory has changed through this what we're calling a paradigm shift. One idea that I'd love for you to discuss is the idea idea of silent synapses. And I know that you guys worked with this and built a recurrent neural network that with and without short term synesthetic synaptic plenty like you were talking about and found some effects of the short term synaptic plasticity based on these silent synapses. So what is the idea that a silent synapse and then maybe you can discuss that work? Well, in this work, we ask the question, how is it that the brain can hold things and working memory through these gaps in time of no spiking? That's what we silence. Synapse come in, so what the spiking is doing is sort of temporarily setting synaptic weights, touching ways, leaving this impression so that when another bolus of activity comes in the neurons now expressing the snaps is now expressing the information they have. And we started that work by trying to solve a simple question. What are the mechanisms that allow the brain the whole things in mind, consciously, would you get with these gaps in time? And when we tested the neural networks with or without the old way of thinking persistent activity, tractor dynamics, no synaptic plasticity doesn't neurons are constantly spiking. We compare those models against models that had short term synaptic plasticity. And what's interesting is that both tasks can solve the working memory in the case of the tractor dynamics as long as you're only one thing in mind itself working memory, once you put a second thing in there, all bets are off.
Using the Power of the Purse to Bring Down the National Debt
"Congressman, I want to talk to you about the debt, particularly because you are, this has been your issue for a long time. I mentioned the RSC thing because I think politically it doesn't resonate with people, but I know the national debt limit is a must have. It's got to be raised and therefore you can get something. And I'm begun the conversation. What do we want? And how do we get every Republican to agree to message it correctly? Yesterday, I had one of your colleagues suggest maybe we roll back the 87,000 IRS agent appropriation as the must have. I argued, I'd like the border wall as the must have. I don't really care, but I do want the messaging. What's chip Roy if you were the king of the forest, not queen not duke not Earl. What would you make the number one ask in exchange for raising the debt limit? All right, give me a little latitude here for a slightly long answer. You got a lot of runway. Go for it. Okay, well thanks. So number one, it's not the debt for the sake of the debt on the main issue that you raised. It's because I don't want to fund the bureaucrats and the tyrants who are screwing with us every single day. I don't want to give more money to the IRS or the FBI or the DHS and Oscar horror. I want us to use the power of the first effectively. Yes, I care about the debt. I don't want to rack up that for our kids and grandkids, but I also don't want to fund your bureaucrats. How do we deal with it? In my perfect world, the Senate wouldn't have just stuck it to us with a $1.7 trillion bill that last 3 September because then we would have used the power of the first earlier to deal with the border to deal with some of the issues raised like the IRS agent. But unfortunately, they did that. So now we don't really have any leverage other than the debt ceiling until October 1st. So I think that generally does stealing by ought to be about the structural reform to limit spending does it frankly, we stop racking up debt.
Arizona AG Mark Brnovich: What We Can Do About Signature Verification
"What can we do about that I mean I know in Florida I just requested my mail in ballot today You have to put your driver's license number or the last four digits of your social It's not perfect but it's another obstacle to fraud Well that do you hit the nail that had to end There are really good I love the pawn stars analogy And it's true It's true But there are things that we can do And you mentioned having the drivers like the number on there You could end up having to have your ballot notarized You could end up having to have a witness like you have to do for a will likely to have to have someone like cosign it So there are additional and if people have even suggested maybe having like a thumbprint on it doing your fingerprints I mean and I'm not saying any one of those necessarily are perfect but the key is there are different ways that different states can enact measures to ensure to provide that extra layer of security to make sure that we know that whoever is filling out that ballot where we're signing that ballot it's that person And let me just add one thing When I was just talking about that bernadette DLC case I already get Supreme Court One of my great moments is that it was a gang prosecutor the federal prosecutor but as they litigator was during the argument we had this in our briefs and it came during the argument that in 2004 there was a bipartisan presidential commission The co author of that report said the greatest threat to election integrity in the United States was ballot harvesting in third parties handling ballots Yes I always ask people do you know who said that And it was the worst president in U.S. history until Joe Biden came along Yes James Earl Carter said that So even the Democrats recognize 15 20 years ago how important it was to have election integrity measures especially when it came to mail in ballots
Senator Mike Lee Discusses KBJ's Appointment to the Supreme Court
"Support. It's senator Mike Lee senator. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks so much, Charlie. Good to be with you as always. So just breaking the last couple of moments. Brown Jackson is now going to be a Supreme Court Justice. You voted no? Give us your take. I voted no. Look, she's got some impressive qualifications, academically and professionally. I'm concerned about her judicial philosophy and therefore can't vote for. What I mean by that is she doesn't have an appropriate relationship with the role of the federal judge, which is narrow, and it's supposed to focus on interpreting the law rather than making policy. There are too many instances in which she has done the latter when her job is limited to the former. So she was narrowly confirmed with 53 votes. Talk more about kind of her philosophical view of what she thinks a judge needs to be more activistic, a living or breathing constitution. Kind of in the tradition of Ruth Bader Ginsburg or the Warren court or the burger court, when in reality, we've kind of seen this really exciting revival of people more in the tradition of Scalia. Talk about how she's kind of a departure, obviously, because of who nominated her, Joe Biden, and what that could mean for liberty and for citizens watching the show. Yeah, you know, I think she'll be to the left, not only of the Republican appointed nominees to the Supreme Court. But I think she's probably to the left of Earl Warren of Harry blackman of Stephen Breyer. That's right. Even Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I think she is a liberal ideologue, a very smart liberal ideologue who has shown her colors in the past. For instance, by enjoining Trump era administrative decisions that were outside of her jurisdiction. On at least two occasions, she took a Trump era executive action. And invalidated it in the absence of a valid cause of action, really in the absence of jurisdiction and was twice reversed by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. circuit, which is a very left leaning appellate
The Origin of the Elgin Marbles
"Greece in the early part of the nineteenth century wasn't yet an independent country. It had been under the rule of the ottoman empire since the mid fifteenth century and this was the geopolitical situation in athens in eighteen. O one thomas. Bruce seventh earl of elegant was appointed as the ambassador extraordinary and minister. Plenipotentiary of his britannic majesty to the sublime port of selma third sultan of turkey prior to arriving in the ottoman empire. He asked the british government if they were interested in. Hiring artists can make drawings and take plaster casts of the sculptures at the parthenon. The british government was in no way interested. However even if the government wasn't interested. Thomas bruce still was so using his own funds. He hired a team of artists to document. The artwork found at the parthenon so far all of his plans for documenting. What was at the parthenon. We're perfectly fine. If he had just stuck to this. I probably be doing an episode today about something else. however he didn't didn't just stick to documenting the artwork. He soon began removing whatever sculptures that he could in total he took twenty one full statues fifteen meta panels which are carver. Tabular architectural pieces and a full seventy five meters of the parthenon frieze which decorated the upper interior of the parthenon. All of this marble sculpture was sent them all. To and then to england they became known as the elgin marbles named after the earl of elegant and because they were all made out of marble they are also known as the parthenon marbles. This was all done at the personal expense of the earl. At a cost of seventy four thousand two hundred and forty pounds or what today would be worth five million pounds or about six point eight million dollars.
"earl" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Villa estates part of the campus. They're assisted living every level of care available to you at marie. Great folks out. There have gotten to know fred mary. Kay very well. They've been running it for years. And it's worth a tour which you can do online virtual tour at marie davila dot com appreciate all of our great sponsors on the kilcoyne conversation and right. Now let's get to the guru of the perhaps earl austin junior earl. I have to say a lot of excitement about you know. Prep football back last year. With all the cancellations and confusion but for me. Maybe the headline on friday was the return of the realtime update. Let's be honest here. And the dismay cbc e say louis game was not only hyped but it lived up to the hype in you had such great content on your tweeted out. And i take it. You're pretty proficient at at the video. There my man. You're going to get calls from these college recruiters saying. Can i see that clip again. A luther burden and that was a lot of fun. How about for you just being back in the mix on the old time updates. It really was a lot of fun like you said i had to go on. I eat his onset because for over a year and they didn't get a chance to go to a high school event lives the eleven twelve thirteen months basically so it was great to be out there and it was great to be out there amongst fans it was sold out place and just the atmosphere the pre-game the sights and sounds on facebook and then highlight so it was just. It was just beautiful to be out there in sees kids compete in front of all their friends and family and the student body and just just a full stadium. And i think they responded to his. Well this is all over the same area matches. Cbc at wet where he saying local cbc play. And you've been writing about high school sports covering the scene for a long time but reminder but he hunted the earl update with the video and sort of the live presence on this friday nights. When did that begin. Well i guess china. I'm an old curmudgeon..
"earl" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"I was at the tv station. friday night. It was the return of the fox to prep zone. And we're gonna have high school football coverage from around town and the game of the night and everyone knew it going in was e saint louis in cbc. And i'm watching scores role in checking on things and i realized eight earl austin's at this game and it's the return of earl lost and the earl time updates. He started doing this a few years ago where he'd be at a game and he would be tweeting video out constantly. And it's almost like you were there and quality highlights to luther burden the third who is a superstar in that. I would see a little blurb that says you know the kickoff from luther burden oh wait a minute. The kids superstar wide receiver is kicking off. And then i saw something about him. Punting is this wait a minute. I gotta talk to earl. Because he was at the game and he's been doing this for a long time. I prep assignment in the saint louis area. It was like thirty six years ago. And i wanted his perspective. You know this kid burden compares to what other players in terms of electricity and superstar talent so earl loss. Junior is the guest on the kilcoyne conversation quite simply the guru of prep sports and i used to think. Think if you wanted to know who is the best seventh grader in the country at basketball dick tau with no the kid's name well earl is like that in beyond when it comes to area prep across the board. Not just football. Not just basketball. He'll tell you who's got that great cross country program or somebody's going to be really good this in tennis. He lives in breeze the sports scene the high school sports team. And he's just the nicest guy in the world he really is. I know by ramsey. His longtime radio part on silicon games has dubbed him. The awesome won or lost in junior but he could not be a more friendly personable guy and kudos to him for starting the earl. Tom update and i asked him about that. Because i was curious you know he is a he calls it. An old curmudgeon sportswriter. Except he's not a curmudgeon never to be confused but he started getting real involved in social media in my cousin. Cousin john Had a son played high school football. And on friday nights he would go to the games but if his if his son was playing he'd be like locked on the earldom updates and want to know what's going on around town. I mean this is become a thing and Earl gives us a little bit of a week one. Recap some of the top area performers of the top area teams talk a lot of prep sports on the kilcoyne conversation but earl austin junior his career in and of itself. I'm curious i didn't know how he got started doing. Billions radio alongside bomb. Ramp bob.
"earl" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Getting back into stand up full-time You'd have a huge tour starts. August september ten and grows well into next year. How do you go about formulating a new our you. You could just see. I mean you could just do. A greatest hits package in people satisfied with that. You're not doing that. I'm going to drop a name right now at Though i was talking to chris rock and he said if you put out a special album and then when you go on tour after comes out and you do that special album the audience will be very happy but they'll never come see you again because we'll go. That's what he does if you put out a special album. Then you go tour on that and you do it all new material. They are your fans for life. So i always want to do a completely brand new hour i never wanna do a best of and what one of the ways that do it. You're looking at it. i i'm doing. I did last night and tonight in irvine at irvine improv Out in as my friend calls it out in front of the potato skins purchase. Working you just work in the material. Unfortunately i don't have the discipline to sit and write jokes. I have i write concepts down kind of work out on stage. And that's how it kinda comes together. So i'm starting to do the largo regularly on getting back into the store or the factory the improv in hollywood although a lot of times in la. If i haven't called time. I'm such an old man i'm like. I need to be in bed by nine thirty if i have to be on set at six. So there's nights that i don't go out as much as i used to or asked to go on early because just get just old right now. I have these two nights to just really now. Have the rest of the day in the hotel room is to right in thinks right down context and stuff but it..
"earl" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"There was a a cable that was gonna pull rutger. Hauer back you know. So he actually got shot. And the yeah. Yeah pretension level on this supposed to be at a two or three omaha. Delone says right before they showed the same to the sun guy. Hey cranking the cham- so if you wanted to recede it really does look like rutger. Hauer got shot cause his The surprise on space was like a man right so the rest of the film rutger hours. I'm going to outrun them. Every chase scene in going to upstage him in any way. I can because i'm younger and faster. Yeah more in shape but But so it almost worked in the bill because you could tell there's attention between them and all good. Yeah i mean look young rutger. Hauer was was ridiculously. Good looking like almost cartoonish lee good-looking so he was clearly using a and that kinda yeah you add that attention to something. Also rack ratchet the movie me like how is still on going to get one over on this guy like that also makes it when when the villain. That's why day of the jackal. Show amazing like hal. Is this dumpy french inspector. Dude gonna stop the jackal who is sleek in those hand to hand in his eight steps head of everyone like there's no way this guy's going to end then he does in dispatch up detention. No i love those mid-eighties we sound old china. How good films were back. In the day. I liked the good story. Whatever happened to katherine. had buying diehard. And we're going to get into your big standard or this is the last thing we'll talk about. Eighties was You know some of those guys. The bad guys weren't even actors like alexander luna was ballet star. I know but he was great as clark. He's awesome and the other guys. Were just models that. The adults the bar allen richtman was maybe the greatest bad guy own my god that holds the whole sequence where he tricks mclean Acting like i'm bill clay and he does the american accent. That wasn't in the script he would do. American accent like during lunch in between brexit. Michael mike kotla tried to seem where he meets many tricks him. They wanted to use that what he was doing. So that was added last minute and it's one of the best scenes in the movie. 'cause you're sit there it's the hitchcock thing show the audience the bomb and then let the while. You're like what is right. They're like oh my god. It's so good course. I will admit my favorite diehard characters. Alycia cocaine heart botch ner. A terrific actor. I don't know what. I don't know why it never happened for him. He's also a director. He was really great in a movie called apartment zero. Yes oh my god. Is he good mad. And speaking of Lay thompson earlier. Our way there is a loose sequel. I think nine hundred eighty four to fast.
"earl" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"A. You know there's a it's a great like acting is gone and then you know in the cast. Rambo i rambo was brian. Dennehy my god and by the way what was the body count in the first rambo. Well not that. Many i was. I can tell you what the body count was one. There's one death in. It's an accident That the end stone even says you're the one who made this happen. I didn't want this guy that you pushed it. This was an accident. Because you're making your guys come back to me. And they shouldn't be member he confronts like all you guys got to do is walk away and that that death is not on me. I didn't want to kill that guy. He does everything he can not to kill anyone in that movie which makes install amazing. Because what would what makes it more tenses. When when you have a character. Like i can kill anyone i want. And then he's trying not to. That actually ratchet up detention. You like oh my god. This is amazing. Was there that. Also that one. Stand where richard is explaining to brian. Dennehy you know. About how tuffy rambo is the medical bill ability to go and they can kill every single one of your men with his bare hands and bill rambo up like this monster and diehard standing mentioned. Die hard like that. I really wish some of these films franchises would stop after the first one. And i know that's not fast and furious. I get wiler why. There's twelve of them like they make money but like some of those last few diehards. Well what's weird about diehard is own except for a good day to die hard. Every diehard sequel was not a die hard stripped. It was written for another character and went. Oh make this john maclean. Movie which is a lot of movies end up happening. A lot of sequels are way descript floating around. What can we do with it. Let's make this. Oh there's other franchise let's make this. Tears of the sun started off as a die. Hard movie those the john maclean in a jungle and they realized that's ridiculous so they made a different movie so tears of the sun was eight. Written as a hard sequel became something else all the other ones die hard to die hard. Three die herbert vengeance. Those were all different movie die..
"earl" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Basically is maybe arguably the most successful actor in maybe of all time in terms of money's his movies have made and then your lucky for you know an extra part ronchi to saying about a fire. It's so weird have you. Have you seen the original rocky. Anytime recently. Watched it again. I watched when i get you know. I'd probably suffer from depression in some degree I watched that movie when i'm down and out Yeah like man this business. I'm gonna turn on. Ron and that movie was so is so well written and it really. You forget that when he wants to stallone's a really good writer but but again some people in were all endanger this sant- you get consumed by the image that you create. I think that kind of happened with him in the eighties with all the action movies and stuff but if you watch rocky it is eight absolutely brilliant performance and he's performing stuff that he wrote the dialogue is partly. He's such a good writer. He's such a good writer and so it was almost like i remember. Remember he made that movie cop land in the in the nineties End end the big deal. Was stallone got fat. He let himself get fat for this role in the movie. He looks like a normal man his age. He doesn't get that he actually looks like the way he should have aged for where he still looks. Great and then he's like an act of the movie. I got myself back down to my thirty inch waist. Like you didn't have a thirty inch waist in your in your early sixties. You should actually let yourself. You'd be this amazing character actor. Stop all the growth hormones because you look weird but in cop land. He looks fantastic or i thought his own. Look at that gas rattle my mazing ray liotta Michael.
"earl" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"High up on the valley so that i got the bali that is from people who lived in virginia or baggies they might not have gotten the nuances of new speak But the i love that movie. I will say to one john us movie i love and it's probably his least successful movie with some kind of wonderful which it just didn't do as well. Whatever reason maybe people ryan that we get a teenagers up problems but You if you grew up in the mid to late eighties. I think They really nail the characters in terms of the ag. Craig schepers someone who always. Why wasn't this guy bigger. Yeah so good well. Some kind of wonderful to me felt like an apology for pretty in pink where he was like That she didn't end up with duckie. Here's the one. I wanted to do but the problem with wonderful. It's that it's that team dilemma. That you and i can totally relate to. I have to choose between this scorchingly. Hot girl in this other scorchingly hot girl like it's the single bike. I wanna be with thomson you can't. You'll have to be with mary. Listen up what perfect like the that. The girl that he ends up with is stunning. Like it's gorgeous. I don't what if the conflict heater shave is beautiful. I've seen her. i think she's going to be on orders and stuff like that and you instantly know. Oh my god. That's that sticks from some wonderful. Exactly mary stuart matches and she was show and still is so gorgeous. Leah thompson was gorgeous. Like the thing with john cryer who was also very handsome but he he was goofy. And it's like oh no it's his personality that makes attractive Mean and so that she's got decide between That's why i think the end of pretty in. Pink is so unsatisfying liquid. He looks over the the blonde girl. goes hey okay what doug like john hughes literally throws a blonde girl adam at the end like sorry about that. Here's a hot blonde. While it was the is so it was also the ec on a young andrew dice. Clay who Despite what he went through his a comedian he was always instill. It's an amazing actor.
"earl" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"There was a lot of disco where people got lazy and they use the same pre-programme beat but if you listen to the saturday night fever album every one of those songs is completely original. That's that was when Barry gibb was like. I can literally throw songs away. I don't even know what to do anymore like here here here here. Here take lionel richie literally when he wrote lady and brought it to the commodores like we got enough ballots dude. We're fine to sell it and he called up. Kenny rogers went. Hey you want a number one record. He goes yeah. Sure foam like that. Was that was the level that they were operating at that point. A lot of it had to do with cocaine but it is no. It's part that was going on so why this love Fading out in the cars who. I love ricard's bike. They were just. Oh my god Kiss puts out a cars. Al basically and pink. Floyd was big kisses. Like we gotta have a concept album. That's right but but there's something there's something so charming and spinal tap ish about that where they're open like there was a point were they were the vanguard they had made up something new but then that doesn't last and they just very openly. Were like all right. What's popular will do it. And so i don't know there's something so sweet and real about that to me. I kinda dig it. That doesn't really bother me. I don't know why it's it's that long jetty that survivor stuff man. I mean even in ninety four when grun shortsighted home it out a grunge album. Gosh did not say that was called carnival souls When i first heard it. I remember the only i had this memory that the lead single is a song jungle in a like a great stone temple pilots song. My buddy was this kiss somebody. They are out of control yeah. Nfl from what. I've heard people. I've met him like paul. Stanley is like the nicest guy in the planet like. Genuinely one of the nicest people and gene simmons is a demon is an actual demon in human flesh and they complement each other perfectly. I mean i met jane a few times and i must say within two minutes of meeting him. He was trying to sell me a kiss credit card he was. He's like a url. You look like a nice leather jacket honors. You should buy your next leather jagged with one of his and he admitted again. There's something and his son is amazing. His son Nick is so cooled..
"earl" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"Your standup is the subject of broad. In what you talked about eighties metal got you into i mean. We grew up in that era. But were you just attracted to sendings. I was just the the entertainment value of the music. Yeah i was. I was attracted to the spectacle of from watching mtv. I don't want some artistic Spare spars existential video. I want fog machines. I want demons end blood. And you know so a lot of the the hair metal videos. Even though it wasn't the biggest hair metal fan the level of filmmaking an imagination you could feel you could almost reverse engineer with the first meeting for that. Video was they will go. It's gonna come out of a coffin and then there's going to be like a woman chained up and then you're gonna break the chain. Yeah all like the more stuff we can throw in here. The better they stay love that you know sounds logical. End up seeing. Sounds like the gawk in video. Break in the change you literally distance strive to Yeah it was. It was a lot of like changing the physical properties things with rocking and it was also a lot of rough drafts of lord of the rings where they would try to do like you know a some kind of weird nights and dragons and castles and then it was actually kind of cool when that stuff would to bleed over into the more adult contemporary stuff where you'd like. Reo speedwagon. did that. Banned that song one lonely night and it's all about a night that get sent to time into into times square by a wizard the but it was clearly that the kids love this hair metal stuff you got be like a hair metal thing and these poor stadium rockers from the seventies like i guess i okay like they're they're not comfortable doing what they're doing is such an entertaining video to watch our found funny when the next trend is coming on board like disco is getting big kiss without a kisses the biggest offender of the mall like they would put out a bulk al if that was the new genre yeah but you know what there's something i kind of again you talk about longevity and being survivor part of being in the industry is the they didn't know if disco was going to be the thing or not and you have to survive on a lot of levels at the time a lot of the stadium rock was getting kind of boring in the good disco at least was really new beats really exciting musicianship this the The guys in sheikh were that that ban was amazing. That the level of of instrumentality that they had so these guys are all into shredding. Like well i'm seeing. It's it's it's that level of musicianship being put towards dancing clubs and and coke and At the time. I'm sure that kiss was like we got fuel our guys we this this doesn't feel itself show. Let's do a discount on on. you mentioned. shake our big fan of their drummer. tony thompson. boo dan amazing. Who was going to be the drummer in the led zeppelin reunion so he was very personal. All this all this again and again just like every every other genre music..
Professor Paul Kengor Explains the Modern American Marxist
"So in other words, in the thirties and forties, if you were in the Hollywood 10 if you were Algeria, this if you were Earl Browder later on Gus Hall, the Rosenbergs in the 19 fifties, you swore loyalty oath to Stalin's Soviet Union. And what we have today is they're not doing that. I mean, today's American Marxists, which is why I think with this this brilliant title of your book, I think you may have failed us even more than then you realized, uh, this is a unique American. Brand of Marxism. It's American Born. It's American fashioned. You know, the strain or strains of it is something that history here to four has people have never seen before. So this is really unique. And you say in your book, you say there's been an Americanized adaptation of Marxism, and I think this place is put it exactly right, which takes marks Marx's core precepts and contextualized them. To our American system, And here's really the dangerous part. And this is what a lot of people don't get. So so they contextualized them to the American system like you say, mark in order to effectively overthrow the system. And and that actually is something that's not new. So these people in the thirties and forties they would hide behind the Fifth Amendment. They would They formed the front groups with names like the Committee on the First Amendment. And you would just pull your hair out. Congress would write like First Amendment. Fifth of men that the first thing you got here do is throw out the U. S Constitution. What are you talking about? Exactly? And a lot of these guys and gals today. Yeah, You know, it's the same thing so they're taking the Marxist framework. And they're using it in a way that seems in at least in their rendering of it, right. You know, American about rights and civil liberties and so forth, But it's in order to undermine the existing system. And, yes, that's American Marxism today.
Prince Rupert and His Poodle
"Talk a little bit about how how boy gets on the scene so like we said because of his high social status rupert is being treated better than your garden variety prisoner. And there's a guy an englishman named the earl of arundel who is an old old friend of the family and he says you know what's going to help rupert out here. He might feel a little less less down on himself if he has some company. So i'm going to send him a copy. This was a different time. I hope everybody knows today. That if you send if you give someone a dog as a gift in less you know explicitly. What kind of dog they want. And they've set it then. You're not giving them a gift. You're giving them a responsibility but this this was a different circumstance and The reason i said this guy and then changed it to this. Dog is because even though they named the dog boy she was female and like nole said she is. She was down to ride. She was ride or die for rupert. That was her human. And you can see these accounts of rupert and boy going on hunts together. it's very pixar. You know what i mean. It's very like i act of disney pixar film. So they know that like you would set earlier. They know that this was definitely a working dog hunting dog because their stories about the dog helping them. You know hunt deer of whatnot but this is important because it carries on two boys behavior in war right like that. Those same sets of skills are helping helping. Boy i wanna say but also have to ask do you think. Like how active do you think boy really was is as we'll see. This is kind of a tough question to answer. I don't know. I mean it's like it would take some really specific training to train a poodle To more than retrieve ducks like attack. Go for the throat. But there are all. These would cuts of Prince rupert and boy where he was so he's brand right. Was like so tied to this dog that you knew just from like they're kind of proximity in these images Who we were dealing with.
"earl" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"But we looked at me like hostile. Yeah what are you doing your i said. My parents live two blocks away from you and wanna be a fire. And you're the new genome come on like a beer. Said now i gotta get home sides sunday dinner but i wanna come over and tell you a free agent several. Have your lawyer me. Kelly so i go back to villanova into the dorm. Larry 'cause on monday morning. Monday at one o'clock funds me back up. He says we gotta deal your flyer and became fire and kept that so now fast forward. I played two years. I signed a two year contract with philly. But i get i get traded. I trade it in the middle of the season illu. Nanny doesn't look at my contract and he wants to give me a two way contract and if he doesn't sign me to a new contract i become a free agent all over chinatowns. I just tell them. That's not what we want. This is what we want and the day comes and he and i don't have a signed contracts. I walked right back over to bob. Clark's house knock on the door again. High back you guys got knocked out of the playoffs this year and i told you when we traded. I still good in the locker room for everybody. And i thought i could help the chain and i came back and we made another run stanley cup. We lost that year and seven. But because i had free agency at the end of a contract. I bounced around a lot. It was helpful. Because i found that although it was a marginal player i did help gene. Good in the locker room. Good with the guys practiced hard kept my nose playing. Although i did get in trouble with you know on the ice. Never anything off the is never late never broke and then and bounced around mainly because of that free agent costs that allowed me to go to another team get a little bit more money but always remain with the exception of the to hartford years. There are teams pretty pretty competitive and went to buffalo. That was just a shovel off the buffalo. I think ten saver thought. I could about some of the younger guys there and But that was short lived. The my micro is over in that was probably thinking just are just worn down and after getting coban by for another day stats the with a shot to the head. The league did nothing about it. I knew my days were pretty numbered in. I'd hit ten years. That's pretty good for if you're gonna play fight being all that stuff you get ten years out. That's pretty good. That's pretty good. Do you think the league looked at you. A you know in terms of the stocks snake. Crosscheck like okay. This is the guy who Out of when you earnhardtford you gotta pretty vicious elbow against john ericsson You know. I'm going to play a clip right now. View my favorite part about this next clip. I'm gonna show you is if you watch it with the flyers announcers it says in hospital with a good shack and then you go over to sam rose and same. Play shape shot by hospital. Are you introduce your stick to the back of mr gresh nurse. Neck your research so here we go play. We'll let it roll as they say as the kids say right here bam with grass. Yeah and here you know what. That's how sick that how sick. I was running gresh news super nice guy. I like him but whether whether was runny schnur whether was due gate. Whether was berry back. I got under their skin. I think i took it away from now. That's george mcphee. It is george in the fight now. Here's a great story rate story about this. He punches me in. I have a tooth that that posted in and that tooth cracked. But when clark gillies beat me up and hit me hit me over the head. Hit me in the eye. Cut me so. I thought all right. I'll duck my head. He'll punching came in with an uppercut and his fish fin. Perfect up over endow so for teeth broke perfectly off gye. And we're in the middle of my mouth so received. Pull it out army chef freight weeks mentally. You gotta get over that. That's really hurts so so now. Go to the flyers gonna fight began. But i always wear mouthguard and george hits me with punching cracks that posts so one tooth is in the mill in. Can't get out. i can't break it or do anything. So we go into the locker room packed coachee to get it out. I'm not going back out on the ice without him out guarded by just think of mouthguard is so even though you're exposed no get it out get ice in august something to get it out. Stay right here. So i leave the train in his room. Walk out and go in aid scharping room and find pair of pliers your a suppliers go marching back lay on the lay on the bed or whatever they have there whether stitch-up and give them the pliers is what i said crack it cracking. Just practice to get into that out of my mouth. So packets up straddles me some z. The trader turk evers holding legs. Down caning comes into the room want to know and looks at approach beholding. The pair vigers and dennis said nothing. You come to the chair to several. Get outta here. You don't want to be part. Crunchy thing puts it on my to just gives it a quick little nudge sheet. He's scott got the to the post and everything is all out. Put them off. Guard ed and go back out and play That was that fight right there. The famous pulling my tooth with a with a bear pliers to go back out on the ice join with the left. He was lefty. They're tough tough. Tough george mcphee for a great competitor to i will have to bad to purley as a gm either. No i liked. how a you know. He's the one who went out and got ryan reeves who is Like we talked about in the beginning. The only guy outside about the guy. King sad curtis mcdermot to address mr wilson's attitude problem. So i i know we only have a few minutes left and mike like i said i i would be honored to have you back for bar to yeah. She's good at it all depends. Maybe we'll get back to. Nothing was interesting funny behind the scenes that that was the fight that george busted my one tooth and that was already dead so it had to become out anyway. Next thing you put by pliers ahead of the doctor call me the next in when he saw me that was. I'm sorry that was very unprofessional. Arms what are you talking about. I wanted to done. i understood. You couldn't do it. I was going to get it done. It's you're gonna take it out anyways so there is no harm. It was already cracked. But i.
'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#2)' ft. Combat Sports Insider Clubber D (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #19)
"I thought he was doing punch machine at all the bars or something like that. Other that whack-a-mole jabs not as is supposed to be referral like that. But anyways i mean give credit he trained with the charles brothers for this fi and those guys no joke down in That dallas fort worth area. You know david earl spirits. You know what i'm saying. They they were gonna call me off for training and booking podcast all connected roll through. Yeah man floyd floyd is the money man. Alright we talked about it and you don. I'm saying i sleep yearbook okay. I had to go to work the next day. Risley flying out of town. You know what i'm saying. 'cause you know on what took care of me but ain't got us looking at this on sunday. You know you think this is wrestlemainia. Something data world rebel. You know this. Sunday pay view wrestling can do it against boston can do it too. I mean none of that idea but moving forward. I don't know if more people will do it on sundays. People like to get wild and crazy. And i know dan boston's the next day. So they neither you know at least have an earlier. They do each having a little earlier. Maybe a six o'clock start time. You know saying but you know when you got to interim songs by a migos in whoever desi do was you know you gotta be. I guess you gotta be enough of that. So yeah forget about those bs fights. All the sites are really. Be as all these exhibitions. Just to make money for me. Whether looking paul the chad johnson bryan maxwell whatever. They're all just bs fights to make money so it doesn't really matter of money is made up anyways so that's another subject for another day and give me all the low down on your trip so after you left miami we sent you to arizona for ufc to sixty three so please sir tell me all about that event and how it was. I heard that you had an amazing time. And you were hanging out with some big wigs down there. Tell me about this all right back. We will see okay. You fool me all the way up to arizona stop. You know what i'm saying. I thought see suns game. They they handled business in denver. So i'm hanging out here with justin bieber in traded truth your summer celebrities there. You know our at intel justice. You know what i'm saying girl. She bill drink my shoes against we a problem Yearbook but anyways you know appreciate you senator out here But a move forward. I don't do a economy. You know what i'm saying. I need ba first. Class business class. So that whole back of the plane that for me but We'll we'll talk about that later. When when we speak offline but anyways this you'll see card was phenomenal. It was great it had no seats and all on how late it was. You know what. I'm saying the after party but it is what it is always the first fight. We had paul crank from scotland guy was he. He'll i drew mcintyre cousin. Coming out here. you know what i'm saying. It was this was like a mel gibson in braveheart came out with a with the pain on the way in him and into mel hill. Where we're going back to back talking junk to each other last night. We had a mobile silence. Of course wyman
Ransomware Gang Still Wants Millions
"Conti ransomware gang trying to mandates dented reputation for scrambling. The data of ireland's healthcare system yesterday had published a link to a free decrypt. Her which will allow the system to unscramble the files. This will be a relief to people worried about the loss of important medical or employee. Information makes the gang. Sound like the good guys. Right nope he see before. The files were encrypted. A lot were copied by the gang and the gang is still demanding the equivalent of about twenty million dollars or they will sell that data to other crooks or release it publicly. Congratulations to two teams from. Toronto's william line mackenzie collegiate. They finished first and second in the annual cyber titan national cybersecurity competition this week for canadian high schools and middle schools. Third place went to a team from toronto's earl haig secondary school cyber security experts regularly warn. It leaders of the importance of patching applications as soon as possible one security updates are released. And that's because threat actors move fast. Once they learn of a vulnerability how fast well according to a report. This week from palo alto networks. It could be minutes. A research team looked at the activities of hackers during the first three months of the year and found hackers scan for vulnerable applications open to the internet in as little as fifteen minutes after a patch was announced when microsoft announced vulnerabilities in the on premise version of exchange server in march hackers were scanning within five minutes.
'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)
"Big terence crawford fan elephant in the room. Is we all want to see the task. Force earl spencer. Who is tasked. Crawford's bob arum aerospace is now heyman so let's pbc de espn top rank two different companies. And they don't talk that. Well bob air hill talk to somebody like eddie hearn's who's matchbox and that's why we're going to have the fury verse. Anthony joshua fight which will be happening soon helping the site but pack. I mean he has won. The belts task cropper. Only has one belt. Its way for our task offer to pillow more emphasis on how necessary that fight is to unify. Forty-seven welterweight division. I think if pack. Yeah winds i mean. Sorry one of the best boxers of all time but if he beats terence crawford somehow he'll solidified himself as how pound. I mean this may weather and then pack. Y'all right there for this generation. Yeah dan i honestly think that terence crawford will not come with the same protests when keith armand fault pack. Y'all was outclass outmatch. I'm saying a right now first clubs bangers clubs bangers on the list i care score for will win this fight In might go the distance. But i think tears crawford will will have pack yao dump by lisa sixth or seventh round. He starts a little later and then he wants he figures you out it's over with in pac l. Might be rabbi. He might be there with calmer. Gregor the wraps might be sectional. They all my internet things about life thing about how much they drink tonight before. Who knows what. I think pat will be going to sleep. Who could slum writer six or sound around that fight and crawford who have to belts. It'll be more if assist as far as him fighting Earl spencer fight really needs to happen for you have just one chance. I don't like all these these all. These belts and safety and buys are fine but we want one undisputed champion and had way divisions got right there startling towards that path with a anti josh will sisa fury and i think the wealth way forty seven trend towards that way hopefully by next year once cry a patio like trash that he has dispose disposable. Jettison get out here. that's to happen by next year. Oh yeah my brother. I completely agree. We got to have that match. We boxing match in our lives and i agree. I believe that terraced coffer will stop mini. Pack y'all i believe many we'll put up a good fight but yeah i don't think he has what it takes. I think he's a little too old to stop. Terence crawford crawford at the ball in booths. Podcasts he's really good. And i really like him and so yeah i think he's gonna stop him and i i hope so. I'm very excited. So we can have him versus like you said errol spence and see that joint in twenty twenty two fo the win- anyways so we have a huge fight coming up either this year next year. The heavyweight division is finally consolidating and we have tyson fury versus anthony joshua which will be the biggest fight in u. k. boxing history. So my friend. Tell me how we feel about the heavyweight division. How well they're doing art. We can't okay. Starts out first of all omar. Would you
Late Rapper DMX Honored in Memorial
"And family pay their final respects to rapper DMX, a memorial service held Sunday for close family and friends of DEA. Max. It followed a closed funeral service Saturday for the rapper Real name Earl Simmons, who died earlier this month after spending about a week on life support. DMX is influence and impact resonated in the streets of New York. Throughout the weekend, DEA Max, who was 50 leaves behind a fiance and 15 Children. Matt Piper. CBS NEWS New YORK fashion designer Alber Alba's has died. He was a
Who Was by Queen Elizabeth Ii’s Side at Prince Philip’s Funeral?
"I saw this us weekly headline who was by queen elizabeth to side at prince. Philip's funeral things to know about lady. Susan hussy i like listen queen elizabeth the seconds to you bigger satellite jesus sequel. I mean innocence. Saying it's like okay. She's bad a and other rob queen. Elizabeth two colon fedral. I don't so here are the five things to know. I'm not gonna read you the actual descriptions because who cares but the actual five things. The headlines are good one. She's the senior lady in waiting. Does donald moving on. I don't what a leading waiting as she was. She's a leading around for queen elizabeth. To a lot to me. She was married to the late. Marmaduke hussey which is. She's really old so her husband's name was marmaduke. She is principally godmother. Okay i'm boring. She's known the queen for more than sixty years again. She's very old and she's the youngest daughter of the twelfth earl waldegrave no five things have done less for be than bees. They've done nothing now. I feel like i'm getting a sense of like what she is up too. Which is an old british lady. that's just confirmed. She's but maybe now. The phillips dead shall like hang out. Maybe she's you'll be down now.
Public Memorial for DMX Planned at Barclays Center
"Public memorial for DMX will take place on April 24th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, just outside of New York City. The wrappers former manager confirmed the news to TMZ Friday. A private funeral is scheduled for the following day at a local church. Mexes. Real name was Earl Simmons. He died in the hospital on April 9th following a heart attack.
"earl" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast
"The world knows him as the mx in in people are praying for d. m. x. on praying. Earl simmons earl simmons. The man who who was.
"earl" Discussed on Earl Hall - Life Insurance Lead Generator
"Wants you to understand what you're missing here when you're not producing content and i've got a link to the description. There's a piece of software that i used actually produce this show right now. It's called e. cam live so put a link in the description that you can go. You can get a free trial of this so that you can like take shot especially if you're interested in video production of producing videos talking head videos just like i'm doing here with you expressing my beliefs expressing the things that i know work showing you how to do those things now you have a slew of products and services. Now obviously you don't get online and you talk about everything at once right anymore than i do. I pick a topic talk about that topic for life insurance agent. Let's just say we're talking about final expense. Well there's a very key formula to producing any video that you're going to do the formulas very simple yada pin. The first thing is what's the problem. The next thing is show that you have a solution to the problem. Last thing is what is the next step. They need to take now. It is amazing. How simple this formula for producing any video content is even a blog. Even a podcast audio podcast. Because when you're talking about something like final expense. Okay what's the problem. It could be something as simple as this. And i'll give you a short little impromptu. Hi my name is earl hall. I'm a life insurance. Agent been licensed since nineteen ninety four. I've served a lot of clients in my particular area and help them protect their families and their assets and things of that nature by having a life insurance policy in place. I've seen the tragedy that occurs when people don't have a very simple life insurance policy in place the families struggle. You've probably even seen it. You've been to funerals where the person didn't have coverage you've seen the devastation that it takes on the family. You've seen the arguments that people go through figuring out and trying to decide who's going to pay for all of this when something as simple as a fifteen thousand dollar life insurance policy that might run you anywhere from thirty to fifty dollars..
"earl" Discussed on Earl Hall - Life Insurance Lead Generator
"Now. Now if you don't have the ability. Tit this moment understand that you've been in a box if you've been in one and you've been following what people have been telling you to do but you're still not successful as of right now. I want you to start thinking outside the frigging box. I tell my staff look. I'm a student of this. I am a student of sales and marketing anytime of day. The first thing that i'm doing every morning is watching reading studying something on this craft of sales and marketing. You can say well. I'm a life insurance agent. I need to understand my life insurance policies. You're going to get that anyway. But if you want to be in that eight percent nation if you wanna be in that five percent that two percent one percent of successful people you have to understand alarm that you will have to become a student of your craft and that is sales and marketing. Some of you are just now just now scratching the surface of what it means to be a salesperson. You're just even understanding that that's what you are but marketing whole nother beast. You must become a student of these. Things of sales marketing. It's why i mean you go to the website. it's right onscreen. Alto johnson consulting dot com. Join the free. Facebook group us their start understanding that there are things that you don't know but at least now you know you don't know him now you know you gotta do some work. This is more come on. This is more than the buying leads. Do you think the people that are at the top. That's all they're doing is buying leads. As a matter of fact you even think they're buying them people that have figured out a system an automated system that will attract in your ideal clients and bring them right to you. Those are the ones that are in that top eight percent. You're doing it the old way. You're doing it in the ninety two percent. If you want to know exactly what to do to get into that top eight percent that top seven. Six five four my friend. You need to understand that. The only way to that is through automated systems that bring people directly to you and if you don't quite understand if you don't quite get that you need to understand in no those things my friend you're going to stay where you are but i want you to come up. I want you to come up to the top go. Hey check out the website. Make sure tech the links in the description. I want you to join our facebook group. I'll see you tomorrow. I wanna thank you so much for tuning in to automated client attraction. This is the podcast. This is the video web series that can be found everywhere but more importantly it's the series this going to show you and teach you how to do the things you need to do in this millennium and to really grow your life insurance agency. I know you've seen a lot of different things. I know you've heard a lot of different things. Like always say poof is in the pudding. Look check out the links end description. Take advantage of everything. That's there because i want to see not only client testimonials not only exactly how the system works but how it's going to work for year. Click the links in the description. And i'll see you on the next podcast..
"earl" Discussed on Earl Hall - Life Insurance Lead Generator
"Much for tuning in once again. I'm your host earl hall makes sure you go ahead hit that button. That's subscribe button to follow by whatever you need to do to make sure that you're getting this information that you need monday through friday. I know so. Many agents are struggling. We had a staff meeting this morning and we were talking about the type of people that are in this industry in the financial services industry. That really are prime to really get the help that they need because they have not gotten the information that they need young. People say you have to think outside of the box right and so even with that being said when you come into an ammo and fm oh and agency see and your recruited that way. You're given the kool aid to drink. Right i mean i remember. I was recruited by three different agencies over my span right so and i knew especially the first one when i got him back in one thousand nine hundred four and i got into that. I drank the kool aid. I'm like okay. 'cause everybody says you just need a roadmap you follow the road map. You're going to be successful. Probably one of the biggest lies wherever told. And here's the thing because you see people following the roadmap supposedly roadmap becoming successful. But you haven't figured that out yet you you've you went on a twisty turn or something but you're not getting those results that you see other people. Getting and a lot of a lot of things goes into that. But one of the main things that i want to convey to you you you all of you. You only know what you know. And when we're recruited by these different agencies imo's fmo's and they give us the roadmap and they tell us to follow that all you have to do is this. They've put you inside of a box because now you don't even look outside of that box even when there's trouble even when there's trouble you won't you keep trying to follow that same map. Let me give you one. Spent a thousand dollars a week on leads and you'll be successful. Spend a thousand dollars a week on buying leads by the way that only gets you forty. If you're talking about brand new leads to think about that a thousand dollars for forty leads. Saudi gotta do by the leads. Call the leads book. The appointments go sell then they tell the famous. The numbers will always work out. They tell that one all the time the numbers will always work out. Well if the numbers will always work out in the hour working out for you. Is that a true statement now. Here's the thing that i want you to understand. This is not even your fault. See even though you see people being successful supposedly following that road map. It doesn't mean that that's actually what they're doing. It does not mean that. That's actually what they're doing. You just don't know the ins and outs of what it is that they're doing but when you come into i m o f m o or brand new agency and your green. You've never sold life insurance before you've never been exposed to financial services and they tell you when they give you all the pipe dreams about the money that you can make and the things that you'll be able to do the families that you'll be able to protect but you're in this box. You're in this box of of just do what i say. You're in the box of. Don't do anything else outside of this because we do anything else outside of this. You're going to go wrong. I want you to start understanding. How cultic a lot of these things are. Do exactly what we don't do anything else because we do anything else. You're not going to be successful so now that's in your mind. Do anything else outside of what we tell you. Boom you're gone. You're not going to be successful. It eliminates your critical thinking. It eliminates you thinking for yourself. Some of us did that because we didn't know that we could think for ourselves. We didn't have the information. We were green we were newbies. We didn't understand the ins and outs of the industry. So of course we're going to follow the line. We're going to toe the company line to do exactly what is said but let me. Just start asking you these questions if you're following what they're telling you to do and it's not working. Whose fault is it. Well you're gonna get yours. You're gonna think you're doing something wrong. You're going to think that you're not following along with the plans that the the ammo. Fm oh agency has laid out for you so it must be your fault. It's not because you never knew the right way to do it. You only knew the way to do. It is the way that they told you to do it. And then when things are not working out the way that they should be working out based on what you were told when you were recruited based on when you were told when you signed that contract based on what you were told when you started getting contracting with carriers based on what you were told when you start making those ridiculous to three hundred dollars on monday and thursday based on what you were told when you weren't booking appointments you kept following the exact program that was laid out most of you know and if you don't know you should look them up. I've been talking about this guy. And i think i talked about a memo last podcast on. Friday cody askins. He runs this program called eight percent nation. I've talked to cody once or twice. Really nice guy and the whole eight percent thing is because that is all eight percent is all. You're going to get as far as people that are successful in this industry. Only eight percent of us successful. Want you to noodle on that just for a minute here. Because i really want to mess your mind up for minute and i wanna fix it the way it ought to be. And that's what i've been doing this entire broadcast. I wanna mess you up for a minute. And then i want to get you to open your eyes and i wanna get you to outside the box now. If you take that line of nation only eight percent of life. Insurance agents are successful. The average life insurance agent makes right around fifty thousand a year detrick. No money and we all know it. We all know that's just barely getting by. That is just barely getting by money. Don't want some kids couple ex wives you get the picture so now. Eight percent of successful. What are the other ninety two percent doing. Here's what you should go. Check your leaderboards. see in. Just do the math do the math of the percentage of people that are succeeding. And you decide what that number is right. Is it twelve thousand a month. Is it twenty thousand. A month is fifty thousand a month. You pick look at the leaderboards and see. Who's doing that. Do the math to see how many total people on the leaderboard see what you come up with most importantly. Where are you on the leaderboard. Are you on the leaderboard. Because if you've been following the line two three six twelve months in you've been doing exactly what you're imo fm. Oh agencies telling you to do but you're not there yet what is the thing that's going to put you over the top because it is an extraordinary person that is going to be in that eight percent. There are not many that are going to be in there. But the thing that you have to decide if you're going to be in that eighty percent are you gonna be in the top five percent. Are you being the top one percent. Are you going to be number one now. Everybody wants to be number one but not everybody wants to do the work that it needs to read that it takes to get to be number one right by the way. Put some comments. What do you think about what i'm saying right.
"earl" Discussed on Earl Hall - Life Insurance Lead Generator
"My buyers facebook comes back with a lookalike audience of two point one million people. Are you starting to see. What are you starting to see what you're giving up by simply saying all i don't want to do the work Lettuce i'll just let somebody else do that to you. See what you're giving up when you don't take control of your kitchen let me talk to you. Ladies and gentlemen that have been in the business for two three ten twenty years. You've got a list. You've got a list of not only leads but 'buyers you learned the strategy and you understand the nuances and the ins and outs of how to do this. You now have the ability to put your legion. You're -pointment setting on fricken. Steroids stop giving up the power that you have because that is literally what you're doing. It's y auto dawson consulting. Llc is here. We have story after story of brand new clients brand new clients getting in an understanding and learning this system from us blowing up literally changing the entire project. -tory of their business. We've gotten in clients that were literally ready to quit selling insurance. Some of you watching me right now. You're at that point. I know some of you watching me right now. You're doing okay but you don't even understand how you can do better this one thing of owning the prospecting and lead generation of your business. Not outsourcing it to anyone but fully understanding the business develop development opportunity. That is right in front of you right in front of you is vital and key. Every life insurance agent every last financial advisor must take control of their legion. They must own the system that they're using. Stop outsourcing this. Because not only are you being lazy and i'm even going to be a little bit. I'm going to clean that up a little bit because it's it's probably not that you're lazy. It's probably that you just never been told this before that you can do this. You've been in a bubble of listening to apply of listening to an agency that urges telling you spend a thousand dollars. A week on leads spent two thousand dollars a week on leads generate that sell some policies comeback and invest more. You're investing your money in the building of someone else's business when you do that you are investing your money and building someone else's business when you don't take control of your own business stop wasting money and start learning how you can start making money hand over fist with what it is that. I'm trying to tell you to do any comments questions. Go and post them now. 'cause i wanna tell you tomorrow friday two things. There's something i want you to do in the description. We have a private free community on facebook where you can start learning this. The ins and outs of this. I want you to look in the description for the facebook group. And i want you to join and there's a reason why because every friday what i do i take your questions i sit here and i read your questions and i give you the answers that you're looking for but you have to be a member of this community and when you are a member of this community you post your questions right in there and that is the only place i will accept questions from. Is this community. Because i can't be looking all over all over the place for this type of stuff. So i want you to look in the description. I want you to join the community. If you're not subscribe to youtube channel. I want you to definitely subscribe to that and i want you to subscribe to that and join the community. You want to build a real business start operating like a real one by having utter control of everything everything that goes on in your business. I'll see you tomorrow. I want to thank you so much for tuning into automated client attraction. This is the podcast. This is the video web series. That can be found everywhere. But more importantly it's the series is going to show you and teach you how to do the things you need to do in this millennium in order to really grow your life insurance agency. I know you've seen a lot of different things. I know you've heard a lot of different things. Like i always say. The proof is in the pudding. Look check out the links that linda description. Taking advantage of everything. That's there because i want you to see not. Only klein testimonials not only exactly how the system works. But how it's going to work for you. Click the links in the description. And i'll see you on the next podcast..
"earl" Discussed on Earl Hall - Life Insurance Lead Generator
"I mean even after saying it all in almost deal saints too good to be true because It makes it makes sense now. Don't get me wrong. I believe in it very much. But when i look at it and i said well if you can turn this into a one step process because ali catch people at their emotional height when they're when they're speaking the most about their need and i notice even when i was with symmetry leads i said if i can get them to sign the deal and do the application on the first call because it's things that's when they express it the lows and so i i see what you're doing i see first of all you gotta make sure that you can get the lead in that that have bruised up some excitement to categorize. You're gone but now when i think about it. It's kind of exciting because if you can turn this into that type of system At really s new can even imagine it But it's i mean it's almost like an adult. I don't mean to get ahead but it almost sounds like is a done deal. You know what a person put their name on the calendar. And they're not. They're not doing that. You know because they ain't got nothing to do. They're doing that because they're pretty serious about what they're doing and As kind of excited to me because in my mind. I'm thinking that because i think the thing that the thing that's been over the insurance industry is who wants to do cold calling and work at hard just to get to a meeting that may or may not end. You know in a way that you wanted to so So anyway i don't know it just looks good to me and i. I'm still learning. I'm still figuring out. I know how to talk to a client but All this when i look at it it feels good enough when i listened to the call earl and yesterday was i don't know just different. I think it's made this different. Nothing west to call. But different and brian is. Your perception is different. Now right because i think you you were you. Were going to quit again right. You're going gonna get a refund and canada and stop right. Yes because i felt like it. When i wasn't make it not it wasn't making sense as like wasn't understanding it. I and i'm thinking you know. Maybe maybe this ain't for me so Which shift though right we just needed to hop on a call and there was that one thing that wasn't working which was had lease in there we just had we hadn't turned the thing on and once we turned it on. You was like i need. I just wanted to talk to one solid person every single day. I was like well. You got nineteen people to talk to today because this list of leads have been sitting here in closys warrants Terry up. I don't wanna get out of my seat miami. This colorado sun had that to me yesterday. When i was on the call. And so you know you got those nineteen and then you like Well you know. Aren't you glad you you kinda stuck it out and trust me. Yeah yeah you know it you use it..