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Elon Musk buys Twitter for $44B and will privatize company

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Elon Musk buys Twitter for $44B and will privatize company

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 Striking Kellogg's workers to get 3% raises in new contract

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Striking Kellogg's workers to get 3% raises in new contract

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting striking striking Kellogg's Kellogg's workers workers reach reach a a deal deal on on a a new new contract contract Kellogg's Kellogg's has has reached reached a a tentative tentative agreement agreement with with its its fourteen fourteen thousand thousand serial serial plant plant workers workers that that if if approved approved will will end end a a two two month month strike strike the the tentative tentative agreement agreement includes includes three three percent percent raises raises cost cost of of living living adjustments adjustments in in the the second second through through fifty fifty years years of of the the contract contract and and maintains maintains current current health health benefits benefits the the company company said said members members of of the the bakery bakery confectionery confectionery tobacco tobacco workers workers and and grain grain millers millers International International Union Union will will vote vote on on the the new new five five year year contract contract Sunday Sunday some some Kellogg's Kellogg's employees employees have have been been working working more more than than eighty eighty hours hours a a week week over over the the past past eighteen eighteen months months to to keep keep up up with with demand demand during during the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi I I might might cross cross your your reporting reporting striking striking Kellogg's Kellogg's workers workers reach reach a a deal deal on on a a new new contract contract Kellogg's Kellogg's has has reached reached a a tentative tentative agreement agreement with with its its fourteen fourteen thousand thousand serial serial plant plant workers workers that that if if approved approved will will end end a a two two month month strike strike the the tentative tentative agreement agreement includes includes three three percent percent raises raises cost cost of of living living adjustments adjustments in in the the second second through through fifty fifty years years of of the the contract contract and and maintains maintains current current health health benefits benefits the the company company said said members members of of the the bakery bakery confectionery confectionery tobacco tobacco workers workers and and grain grain millers millers International International Union Union will will vote vote on on the the new new five five year year contract contract Sunday Sunday some some Kellogg's Kellogg's employees employees have have been been working working more more than than eighty eighty hours hours a a week week over over the the past past eighteen eighteen months months to to keep keep up up with with demand demand during during the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hi hi

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Blinken praises Colin Powell as 'beloved' at State Department

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Blinken praises Colin Powell as 'beloved' at State Department

"Colin Powell earned adoration as a history making military officer but his reputation later took a big hit Powell retired in nineteen ninety three as the first black joint chiefs of staff chairman I have never wanted to be anything but a soldier a decade later as America's top diplomat Saddam Hussein and his regime will stop at nothing until something stops him Powell's state department was dubious of military and intelligence claims that Saddam had what was developing weapons of mass destruction but he went before the U. N. security council to make the case for war against Iraq citing faulty information it was seen as a low point in Powell's legendary career in eighteen months later he acknowledged no stash was found the intelligence community

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Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Latest James Bond Film Lags Behind Predecessors

"The final film with Daniel Craig as James bond's leads the box office for the weekend I marquees are loaded with the latest is he came Alex No time to die grossed fifty six million dollars this past weekend according to studio estimates putting it in the first place spot the film was released only to theaters not streaming it had been delayed more than eighteen months because of the pandemic number two this week is venom let there be carnage followed by the Adams family to Shanxi and the legend of the ten rings is in fourth and the many saints of Newark in fifth

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Is This Part of God's Plan to Wake the Sleepwalkers?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 7 months ago

Is This Part of God's Plan to Wake the Sleepwalkers?

"Am convinced that god has allowed this to happen to us to wake up people and not just to wake up the church but to wake up patriots too. Because you know when you're talking about something like truth all truth is of god. He is truth. There are people that have been sleepwalking. And things have been okay and they don't need to do anything. I we pay our taxes and we try to not break the law and we go and you realize no in order to keep the republic. There's more to do and we've forgotton for about fifty years. How serious it is to keep freedom and what is happening now as you said people are waking up it is getting so ugly but it's like suddenly it it reminds me of like in a thriller. you know or was saying when i recognize suddenly i realize your votes dominance like there's a moment when you realize that the other person realizes they they're onto you and at that moment everything changes and so. I think what has happened with. This current administration is that they've kind of realized that if they don't win like they better be really careful because people are kind of onto them so they think it's an all out war now and they are pushing things that we couldn't have dreamt of even a year ago. I mean absurd things. What happened in afghanistan. I to this day can't begin to understand how it's possible even for somebody as incompetent and horrible as joe biden. It's hard for me to perceive that they were well when you consider that we hadn't lost servicemen eighteen months prior to that not not one american died in afghanistan. Well but i mean it's not even that i mean that just makes it dramatic but i mean to leave behind eighty billion dollars like there's no part of my brain that can comprehend how any president would allow

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What's old is new again: Justices back at court for new term

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

What's old is new again: Justices back at court for new term

"The Supreme Court begins a new term in familiar surroundings abortion guns and religion are on the agenda today as justices returned to their mahogany and marble court room that they have banded more than eighteen months ago because of the corona virus pandemic all justices except red capital will meet in person for arguments Cavanaugh will participate remotely from his home after testing positive for Colbert nineteen last week the court remains closed to the public only lawyers involved in cases and reporters who regularly cover the court will be on hand and anyone not arguing well I have to wear a mask my camp in Washington

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Justice Kavanaugh tests positive for COVID, has no symptoms

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Justice Kavanaugh tests positive for COVID, has no symptoms

"Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh has tested positive for coal bit nineteen the High Court says in a release state capital has no symptoms and has been fully vaccinated since January all the justices had routine corona virus tests ahead of today's ceremonial investiture for judge Amy Coney Barrett cabin on his wife will not attend the ceremony Kavanagh's wife and daughters also our fully vaccinated and tested negative the justices are returning to the court room to hear arguments after an eighteen month absence because of the corona virus pandemic the court's new term begins Monday my camp in Washington

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Aladdin returns after COVID breakthrough cases

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Aladdin returns after COVID breakthrough cases

"No sooner than every opened after the pandemic one Broadway show is closed again the whole pandemic one of the hit Broadway show and that it has been rocked by Kobe at nineteen a day after the show re opened after eighteen months of being idle is been shut down again producers say there were some breakthrough infections among the company of the Disney musical the show announced on social media that it's Wednesday night performance was canceled to ensure the wellness and safety of the cast crew and audience the show says it will keep patrons informed on decisions about the fate of future performances it's the first covert related performance to be cancel send shows begin returning in July what happens with the latter will be closely watched as Broadway tries to snap back from the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Reopening of 'Aladdin' on Broadway halted by COVID-19 cases

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Reopening of 'Aladdin' on Broadway halted by COVID-19 cases

"No sooner than every opened after the pandemic one Broadway show is closed again the whole pandemic one of the hit Broadway show and that it has been rocked by Kobe at nineteen a day after the show re opened after eighteen months of being idle is been shut down again producers say there were some breakthrough infections among the company of the Disney musical the show announced on social media that it's Wednesday night performance was canceled to ensure the wellness and safety of the cast crew and audience the show says it will keep patrons informed on decisions about the fate of future performances it's the first covert related performance to be cancel send shows begin returning in July what happens with the latter will be closely watched as Broadway tries to snap back from the pandemic I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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California's Eviction Moratorium Ends On Thursday

NPR's Story of the Day

01:57 min | 8 months ago

California's Eviction Moratorium Ends On Thursday

"Starting tomorrow a moratorium on evictions ends in california it was in place because of cova but now millions of tenants are wondering. What's next for them. Here's kate wolf from member station k. Q. e. d. after eighteen months of protections. Legislators say there isn't political will to extend the eviction moratorium but people won't be kicked out right away as the deadline approaches. California governor gavin newsom points to a grace period in the expiring law for low income tenants who apply for rental assistance. They are addiction. Protections that deny any court action to appear that extends through march thirty first of twenty twenty two however according to census data from this month over nine hundred thousand californians. Feel not at all confident that they will be able to pay. Rent this october lawrence crawford and his wife. Vanessa are among them. Before the pandemic vanessa worked in a salon and lawrence was a restaurant server. They've been struggling to with trying to get unemployment from the state. We're driving yourselves kinda like you know. Take care of trying to work but it costs money to do all these things. My unemployment's not there. The to live in downtown san jose with their son after months of struggling to pay their rent in piecemeal they applied for the state's rent relief program this summer but they haven't received anything and rent is coming. Do you pay by the fifth. And i don't think we're going to have it. So they'll probably start the eviction process in all they. Oh twenty three thousand dollars in background. Technically since the crawford's are still waiting for rent relief. They can't be evicted yet. California has only given out a small percentage of the seven point. Two billion dollars it set aside for aid state and local governments have been extremely slow to distribute the funds but a spokesperson with a state agency overseeing the process says it's speeding up. Meanwhile both renters and landlords are feeling the

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America's Children Are Being Developmentally Stunted by Virus Restrictions

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 8 months ago

America's Children Are Being Developmentally Stunted by Virus Restrictions

"I had dinner and somebody said i a thirteen month year old granddaughter and she is suffering from something called stranger danger which is a psychological problem that children are now experiencing and they were experiencing before but at record rates because of the lockdowns now. The stranger danger syndrome for babies is that they do not want to be held. They do not want to be around other people. It's called stranger anxiety. Now this this this exists that far before lockdowns but talking to some doctors last evening they are seeing record amounts of young babies and children kobe. Babies they're calling them that are having difficulty interacting with other children because they've been quarantined forcibly masked and their entire childhood development has been stunted. Now there's been a lot of research and a lot of scholarship and study in the power of the first eighteen months of how it could impact the rest of a child's life and especially from eighteen months to five years masking children forcibly we'll have long term effects socially spiritually and psychologically for a virus that does not pose a significant risk of killing them.

Pastor Robert Jeffress and His Plan for Encouragement

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | 8 months ago

Pastor Robert Jeffress and His Plan for Encouragement

"Morning pastor. How are you good morning. Hugh great to be with you. This is an encouraging buck. It's it's really overdue. Did you find yourself surrounded by cova fatigued people in your congregation who needed to lift up. Absolutely you know what hugh and the bible of nouns are symbolic of the obstacles that stand between us and god's blessing tune our life. And that's why subtitled the book invincible. Conquering the mountains. That separate you from the blessed life and after eighteen months of covert and political unrest and racial division. I mean people have been overcome would grief for loneliness fear or worry and in this book. I talked about how to conquer those mountains. You know jesus said if you have the faith as tiny as a mustard seed. You can move mountains. And he wasn't speaking literally but he was speaking truthfully and these mountains that we're all facing you We can conquer them without allowing them to conquer us. And that's what i talked about in the book. The wall street journal had a story over the weekend. Pastor jeffress that stated that americans are angrier and crankier in more quick to get into an argument and causes seen an airplane or a restaurant or supermarket store than in history. Just worn out and fatigue to which i responded. We actually have no real problems in america compared to people in afghanistan or looking at the taliban trying to kill them and that that's useful to remember but it's also a religious obligation for people who are christians not to be that way correct. That's exactly right. And it's been a little bit discouraging for me. As a pastor to see you know evangelical christians kind of at the forefront of a lot of this division. And look you know i i. We can have disagreements about issues like the vaccines or other things that are going on but look you know. I liked what Saint augustine said he said in the essentials unity in non essentials liberty but in all things. Charity we don't have to be mad and hateful and foaming at the mouth to have a difference of opinion.

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US easing virus restrictions for foreign flights to America

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 8 months ago

US easing virus restrictions for foreign flights to America

"The U. S. says it will ease virus restrictions for foreign flights to America starting in November White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki calls them strict protocols to cut down on Kobe nineteen spread bite non US citizens flying into the country by requiring that adult foreign nationals traveling to the United States be fully vaccinated they'll have to show proof and the negative virus test result the current rules have kept out many noncitizens for eighteen months irritating allies like the UK who have far lower rates of covert Valentin prime minister Boris Johnson says this will help reunite families and others will be able to get that by thanksgiving that's a great thing Sager made Donnie Washington

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18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim

Up First

01:46 min | 8 months ago

18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim

"Are the numbers on kovic. Eighteen months in about one hundred and fifty thousand. New cases are still being reported every single day in the us and more than six hundred sixty six thousand people in this country have died from cova. That's one in every five hundred of us joining us now to give us the latest is. Npr health correspondent rob stein. Robert situation sounds and seems pretty grim. Walk us through police if you could where things stand with the pandemic in the us. Yeah you know. The numbers are still staggering. About one hundred fifty thousand people are still catching the virus every day for the ninety six thousand or so sick. They're in the hospital and more than eighteen. Hundred people are still dying every day from covert nineteen. That's still not nearly as bad as things got during the darkest days of last winter. But it's still pretty awful and no one thought the pandemic would still be taking this kind of toll you know especially so many months after we all thought that vaccines would be like the calvary. Righty to our rescue. I talked about this with dr. She's the deed of the brown school of public health infection. Numbers across the country are really stunningly. Bad i mean hundred and fifty hundred sixty thousand americans getting infected every single day. It's really stunning. That this is where we are as a country and you know just tragic since the incredibly effective vaccines made so much of this totally preventable even in the face of the delta varian. So where is this headed. I mean are things just going to go from bad to worse it again. Yes that's what everyone is wondering right. You know every parent in america's holding their breath hoping their kids are going to stay in school every workers wondering what's going to happen with their jobs and you know there is a glimmer of hope actually looks like the surge may have hit a peak and could be finally starting to subside at least for

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Dallas Cowboys Starting Tackle La'El Collins Suspended 5 Games

Blogging the Boys

01:57 min | 8 months ago

Dallas Cowboys Starting Tackle La'El Collins Suspended 5 Games

"Lyle collins suspension. Which for those of you. That have not heard yet. Which i'm sure you have but Friday afternoon it was announced that he was getting a five game suspension for violation of the substance abuse policy There's nothing on the books in the nfl drug policy that says a substance abuse issue is a five game penalty. There is a for the second time you're punished for methamphetamines. Or amphetamines and adderall. And diuretics and things like that That is a five game suspension. So i don't know if there's some somehow taking that as precedents and applying it lyle's case and somehow It's still murky as to what exactly. He was in the drug program for There was a report on sl from jason lockenfora that he's been tested ten times a month for the last eighteen months which that's not totally unusual. I know there have been players before that have been tested with that. Frequency randy gregory had talked about that When he came back so it's it's not totally unheard of for that to happen. But i don't know why lyle would. It have been in the program but missing a test missing. These tests are refusing member. Whatever the story is because apparently it was not a failed test. Missing these tests would result in this suspension. Only if he had already been on the program. So something's off here where we're missing a lot of details here and hopefully we can get some more clarity about it But as it stands now we don't know exactly what he's in the program for. There's lyles disputing the word. Representation is disputing the refusal to take the tests and and they're in this appeal process. They've already appealed apparently and it was rejected but they feel like the appeal process has not been exhausted. And so that's part of where this tension is coming from. Mike mccarthy didn't have any other comments on it he just said they were not surprised suspension. So this is something. That's been brewing. It's been something that's been out there. And that the cowboys have been aware of

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Vinicius Leads Real Madrid in 5-2 Win Over Celta

ESPN FC

01:20 min | 8 months ago

Vinicius Leads Real Madrid in 5-2 Win Over Celta

"Row madrid with a smashing performance in the second half a five two victory against the at home first time at the in over eighteen months story of the game cutting bent. He had a hat-trick. Come getting a goal. Six minutes after coming on his debut mini junior goal as well as on the dribs score. Four in the second half to overtake said value. Pablo start with you. What was the difference for elementary in that second half fiend. The quantified third may be saying abou- beneath issues. You know years ago you was a player. Verbally was no an end product. And now you can see can running behind you got. Pay the tripler but composure is ever thing in football. On what dis what makes us different final third. And i think you know. Ben sim always ways. He's the main man for that team. My you know that they will escort goals and it was a good performance. You know defensively. They still quite right. Yeah hopefully they can bring a. I love our mandy batson. I think they will prove those players in in their defense but overdue. I think the quantity across to made different for them.

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Biden Steps Into Legal Fight With Vaccine Mandates

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:07 min | 8 months ago

Biden Steps Into Legal Fight With Vaccine Mandates

"The president returns the white house this week to address what may be the greatest threat to our country since nine eleven for eighteen months the covert pandemic has consumed our country and now even though seventy five percent of american adults are vaccinated. it's become a pandemic of the unvaccinated with more than one hundred thousand cases a day for four weeks last week. Roughly quarter million new cases reported among children. The highest total yet but biden's plan to mandate vaccinations at workplaces across. America is facing swift and severe resistance drawing attacks and threats of legal action from at least nineteen republican governors. We're going to begin there this morning with surgeon. General vivek murthy dr murthy. Thank you for joining us this morning. You know the president resisted issuing mandates for months thank you the president resisted issuing mandates for months and the administration repeatedly explained that he lacked the legal authority for sweeping mandates. So what changed george. Let's talk about where we are. And what the president announced Fortunately we have made a tremendous amount of progress over the last eight months. I want to remind people of this because they can get lost in the in the news about the delta varying delone but because we have two hundred million people george with at least one shot of the vaccine. We are in a much better place than we otherwise would have been with that. Said delta is a tough foe. It's throw curveballs at us. And we have to be prepared to respond and that is why. The president announced a ambitious and thoughtful plan. that he nfl earlier this lab past week which is intended to help us get through the next phase of this variant now to be clear requirements that he announced or not sweeping requirements for the entire nation. These are focused on areas where the federal government has legal authority to act so seventeen million healthcare workers. Who do we were operating. Institutions which work with medicare medicaid will now be required To get vaccines we also know that the workplace requirements. He put in place for workplaces. That have one hundred plus You know workers that those will affect about eighty million americans. Here's finally what we know. George we know that these kind of requirements actually work to improve our vaccination

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Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown

Bigmouth

02:13 min | 8 months ago

Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown

"So we're gonna talk about the short while but firstly you get everybody in the band in different parts of the country now. Euro urine oxford. If you just said pete wiggs in. Hove actually bob. Stump is bradford. How did you go about making this record. When you all geographically distributed all zoom like we have to do everything these days Yeah we used to share. I mean we to concern about the kind of feeling of the record. What we wanted it to say proper now. Kind of very complicated concept. If you that but with the idea is what would happen was the pete send may music might count with some bits of melody as few words not many words on the record and we just share ideas and then come to edit them so was it was kind of made you on a computer in the manner of the ancient art method exquisite corpse. What person does a bit puzzled. Saudi else they fiddle with it. I guess posture out your cupcakes constantly. Just mentioned that this album about memory and optimism that that time between nineteen hundred. Seventy two thousand and one. The labor party just won an election. Victory it's this little little island of of Things might not be dreadful. What generated us. We must algae feeling. Was it being separated from the rest of the land at having to do it through the window at it. I think there is an element to fat. An it's about thinking time you remember. That was optimistic. Seemed like great things happening. And it's about how your memory gets you'd over time and i think we'll probably look back home. The last eighteen months two years with that. Same kind of feeling you know. There's some bits of being looked down. The i really love the very first day over the us and did a lot of making bread out with the teens in watching boats sets and stuff in them but yet you know. I'll probably just remember as bits in a few years time in older the credits but Yet it's about memory and how it gets mixed up in your mind

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"eighteen month" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"With us Hey you guys welcome to the show Hey so excited to have you in okay this is like a first I think for both of us yeah this is the first step for you scream that Dave Ramsey is not doing so I hope you're okay with that now if we well I'm bugs it to hear your story ends where you guys are at you that you have an incredible obviously the incredible story because you wouldn't be on that stage if you weren't but you're here dear that freeze frames are you guys from Portland Oregon okay awesome and how much you pay off we paid off twenty four thousand nine hundred eighteen dollars and eighteen months ago well rounded up to twenty five thousand and how that take you eighteen months a a use of the eighteen months was a range of income during that time it was fifty K. at that time okay perfect so what is it now the change yeah it's eighty okay what was the jump if well we moved from Seattle a month after we got married okay so in July of two thousand eighteen and I moved to Portland to be closer to one of our families his family's in Alaska as we move closer to mine in Oregon okay and got better jobs and better living you know it's cheaper living and yet in Seattle for sure for sure okay all right so the twenty five thousand what kind of that was it mostly my student loan and then some of his credit card yeah all right the old student loan yep private college right it'll Getcha okay so what happened to you guys eighteen months ago that cause you to do something weird and pay off debts well first and foremost her dad is an FPU coordinator so when you went into debt have enough you coordinator like it's in your blood he never told me I had to take a few but he did let me know that it be beneficial for my health if I eventually he you but when you know when we got married I married my my absolute S. friend I don't know if this is ignorant of us or maybe it's a little dreamy yeah but I honestly think even though we're young I think that in marriages things that you can prevent from happening or maybe hardships that you can possibly prevent from happening when we talk to young people or people who have gone through a divorce or they're in a rocky marriage money is typically one of the key factors so we thought we talked about it we can eliminate this from our lives this issue with money then why why wouldn't we do that so we just got a call of two thousand eighteen we took F. P. you and that just launch this and again guess I'll intense and believing that we could do it I think we didn't think that we could do it in eighteen months but we did now it is only because the married eighteen months okay you got married a few yeah and we paid off the last of my student loan on December thirty first of two thousand nineteen that's held you guys are I'm twenty eight twenty six nice nice man I look at you guys and I'm like okay here's a couple they haven't hit thirty yet you're eighteen months on the merits and you know payment no payments completely debt free so what would you say was the key of getting out of that together because your newly weds of the times you're transitioning life right within living separately obviously lives coming together as one your newly married and you guys do this so what what is the key I think I'm like John Kerry said you just gotta have really good communication and you got to keep your eye on the prize and you gotta be in it for the long haul you know it's not an instant gratification like so much is in our world today you got to stick with it and you got a like you know their points that he was you know down about I don't like how we gonna do this and then points that I was so it's like you have your teammates with you out that each other up when you're feeling discouraged about it and you know you we just put all of our determination and all of our heart and all remind into it and yeah we are determined you have to you want to have to want it bad enough right work hard enough to get it done absolutely I think that a lot of people don't want to attach to take the first step or whatever maybe because it's out of their comfort zone yeah but when you want to reach any former success you have to go through being and comfort and comfort first right and for us I mean faith is such a big part of our lives I mean we we love god and and one thing that we're very passion about is you know we pray for god to give us abilities are equal to the opportunities that he wants to provide for us not really the other way around so when we pray for stuff like that he just shows up and he puts in a work ethic and that's that it would have been there otherwise and then sacrifice we sold our car yeah we have one car and its two thousand ten and yeah there you go we talk in the last segment about cars that you're a living that's money that you can have a great used car yeah that once you're one car family yeah he's public transportation to work and then I use the car wow so you guys are unaware of this surely we okay so the people make fun of you you're a one car family yeah no now because I mean we live in Portland since so many people take yeah public transportation did anyone make fun of you during the process any friends any family as your guys were sacrificing setting parents does didn't understand you know yeah and I don't think they understood like how your behavior can change you know that much and then you can desire the freedom of financial peace and that for you that much the fact that we don't have credit cards people think that yeah that's really really hard buy a house you know yeah I think that's weird absolutely well you guys you're amazing you are wise beyond your years as you're standing here from me and I'm like you you're doing it I mean you are you are living exactly what we teach day in and day out in your proof okay so how did it feel when the last check was written the last payment was paid what was the feeling he was emotional and completely freeing and a weight lifted off and just like like what else can we do we did this in eighteen months like what else can we can we accomplish when we work together and we're determined to get something done yeah it's like a light bulb went off like a switch right we we did something that we thought was impossible and we thought that until it happened right so now that we've completed this this mountain to us twenty five thousand dollars amount to something that might be small but to a thousand on since we got that done like she said what else could we possibly do this and now we're constantly dreaming and talking about what's what's next for us so do you have any plans for what's next now that your debt free slower same inner arm I'm maybe seven three and saving up money yes six months yeah and if we wanted to wait to start a family and tell we are debt free okay so that will be on the horizon yeah sure sure well you guys are absolutely incredible I mean you are literally the living testimony the textbook of of what to do as America bowl working together accomplishing something you thought was impossible and now you're stronger than ever within your marriage well I'm I'm so proud of you guys I'm so thankful that you were able to share your story so we have a copy of crystal Gaines book for you guys everyday millionaires and hi that's the next chapter of your story working to become a millionaire all right John Andre and Joanna you guys paid out twenty five thousand dollars an eighteen months making fifty grand a year let's hear your debt free scream three two one incredible absolutely incredible I mean again you guys this this.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:36 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"So the impeachment hearings are continuing this week we have some new information to present to you that I think if you've been following it you he you will still be surprised because you won't believe that they laugh this rails so easy to find in public documents but we have some new information for you tonight at five o'clock on the blaze TV there's also a new voice is being heard and that is of stew stew brigadier our producer here his wife is in the industry as well her name of course she kept it for for the industry her name is Lisa page and so you're seeing a lot of Lisa page again this is rising nationally almost every day it seems yes I'm sure she's pleased about yeah now of course my wife's name is spelled with an I. P. A. I. G. E. Lisa page who might know from the impeachment scandal is P. a G. E. however I that's what exactly what Lisa page would want you to think which one have you seen a party together my **** this person is that I mean wait this is like Mr Mrs Smith right what yes they they they act like normal wise at home there is really no Gillian and she went in and she was like murdering people maybe prices the city saying thing you're doing with Angelina Jolie which could be bad that could be good so she it's weird because every day you know you wake up and you see your wife's name trending about an affair it's a little odd yeah it's a little it's a little strange yeah see yeah because she had an affair with Peter struck if you don't know these background figures if you maybe just harder names their names there were two people she was a lawyer he was one of the bigger investigators and into not only trump and the river and the beginnings of the Russian contacts stuff but also the Hillary email scandal they're very it's like very involved in this and they both despise trump did not want to be president so there's a lot of text messages about them trashing trump that became public but against the promises apparently of the inspectors at the beginning because they knew Hey were looking to your all of your tax and they said okay we're gonna tell you something up front here we've been having an affair with each other and would really like that does not come out of course it did come out and they claim it was released against a specific promised by the government of time now well there you go kids yes liberals learn your lesson never trust the governor so it's it is weird and now she has come out and give an interview for the first time she had and lose an eighteen month period where she wasn't allowed to do any press up after leaving the government she did leave in two thousand eighteen and now she has this voice that she can go to different media outlets and she's starting to do that she's very upset at the president targeting her for ridicule and I'm so sorry to the sign was explicitly mentioned I guess at one point he sort of fake does sexual noises with her name in the middle of it at a rally probably was bad so I I I guess that was the thing that set her off yeah that it set me off you know my wifi suboptimal yeah here's what I would yeah but the fact that she's out there now is is just you know more fuel to this fire you think I'm you know what happens a lot of times with these these behind the scenes witnesses is there much more powerful when you don't hear from them you know we we learn this I think with with Mahler for example in even a witness but he was running the Muller investigation I'm all reporters get all this credibility and it comes out in front of the public and ask questions like a week Donald whom I don't even know you didn't know anything about the investigation right the same thing happened I think with call me call me was this high level very respected everybody on both sides agreed he was the greatest in the world they came out and started doing his testimony which just a little bit and then when it came to book and interviews it really went downhill he just came off in almost like a just a partisan guy who doesn't like Donald Trump and so these things I think have more power when you when their mysterious figures you don't know who these people are still be unnamed Democrat running yeah against Donald Trump yeah lots all of the Democrats are for that right and then they look at them and I like warm or not that Democrats I want your name to her can we keep it my name yeah it's a you know this is it's like it in sports a partial immediately connect with this analogy but the backup quarterback syndrome said the guy was at the back of quarterback is everybody's favorite player until he's actually has the freaking out on the field right nine interceptions and then everyone hates him but one is on the bench and the starting quarterback is suffering and right struggling then well I don't cook my this is I think what what happens with its what's happened with the impeachment thing with Ukraine right you had all of these rumors about all my gosh she did this on this call and these people knew this and these people do this then they come up in their testifying about and you're like well this is what they have a mayor it's a big let down it's like movie trailer a movie right the movie trailer looks super exciting and Allison you're watching a movie like this this is all all the for good moments they put in the trailer everything else sucks you know and that's kind of what's happened with with the impeachment and that's why I think America's turning a board eyes toward that right now so I you know you said a lot there and I was listening up until a point then nice to my mind started to wander a bit I never for more than thirty some dollars CS is I'm sorry riddled with AT T. dot com but hear me out here don't you think the gong show had all the answers remember the gone I do okay do you remember the unknown comic that wore a bag over his head that I don't remember I love that show as a kid but I don't remember the I know now I make now all you got to look up the unknown comic he wore a bag over his head he was gone to every time but there was something good about him and you never really even know who it was it could have been somebody really good could bend somebody not really good right but he was the unknown comic if they just put a bag over a whole of the people's heads that are testifying and you don't really know could be malattia may not be probably not be okay I later adds a little more excitement because when they drag these people out you're like oh let persons no good I mean they're not funny no but if they have a bag on your head you're like probably not funny probably no good but I don't know let's hear amount could be somebody good underneath there there's something here I think if you extend it what if in the hearings they put a gong in there for people to just start heading to stop the when they get bored like I can use it to yeah I think they've I think I think honestly to be control of the American I think you are representative who goes there and plays the the the character of will Chuck Chuck Barris yeah and he hangs out there with the gong and we just say okay when we get bored that's the speed I would have three Chuck Barris is the speaker of the house and they start going down you know and I wanna I wanna name another post on and they.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eighteen months from the time it happens now happened started happening a few months ago no one knows the future but we need to plan for this and it makes it tougher for savers because then our cash or money in the bank you know those rates go down as rates are being cut. and there's not a lot of middle ground solutions a middle ground strategies that we can find that give us some good interest without risking our money so then what we term stocks right right but most of our clients say well I don't put any more in stock I'm coming to you because I want to reduce risk I'm coming to you to get ahead of this future recession and down turn out I'm coming to you because I've done a good job of saving money elsewhere and I wanna distribution plan I want to come in and spend down plan and I want to reduce risk well one of our most recent clients who has now moved down to the Richmond Virginia area where one of their daughters lives there in a similar position they have about a half a million of cash which are going to use some of it for a future real estate purchase but then a lot of extra cash will be in the bank and then all of the rest of their money is in four oh one K. is an I. R. A.'s and brokerage accounts at some big time you know brokerage and investment firms and they had nothing in between no financial solutions are strategies that work in between with their cash is giving them and what their stocks are giving them in the market. the problem is that he's sixty eight and just retired and needs income now and for the rest of his life okay Asian in two years arm Deezer do so whether the markets offer down he has to take out iris arm dis. what we help them set up with an income plan that gives them better diversification they give them the cash in the bank the real state that they want the market investments that they want an already had and the planning and.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on WTVN

"Ross in eighteen months we found there were almost one hundred. complaints. of sexual assault. in that time period. in one state attorney Stephen easterly says their investigation indicates sexual assault is a problem the company has long ignored citing complaints against the company from the time they went into business seventeen agers are charged in connection to feeding their teachers contaminated food the teens are now accused of feeding the teachers items can contain the bodily fluid it only intently heights middle school back in may. xterra WTVN sports the Columbus clippers begin their quest for an eleventh governor's Cup tonight in Gwinnett clippers and stripers go in game one of their aisle semi final series at seven oh five it's a best of five in the semis strippers host game two on Thursday game three will be Friday night at Huntington park the clippers will host games four and five if needed in Cincinnati the Reds how's the Phillies tonight at six forty the Indians play the white Sox at seven ten tried cling to the second AL wild card spot in college hoops news Terence dials will join Chris opened staff this year is the director of professional development the two thousand and six big ten player of the year will replace guni Penn who left for an assistant job in the NBA and NFL news Ezekiel Elliott and the cowboys agreed to a six year extension worth ninety million dollars Zeke becomes the highest paid running back in league history from the central Ohio Honda dealer sports desk Eric research newsradio six ten WTVN I'm Alison why it will see clear skies tonight and a low of fifty six sunshine tomorrow a high of seventy six currently it's eighty degrees. for Bob Evans big.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

17:28 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"eighteen month" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

08:40 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Credit in an eighteen month lease no trade in required visit a sprint store dot com or call eight hundred three one two hundred twenty two dollars with the twenty third eleven two those are kind of the three twenty three two one one one one point five Houston weather is still gets involved with a rainfall and gusty winds the strong storms for tonight isolated in the storm will be winding down the overnight cloudy with the fog low in the upper sixties modified Sunday more sonic wall the slight chance pricing shower or storm will be as widespread as today highs need to operate east cooler on Monday highs today's most sunny a stray shower or storm possible yes whether desk I'm dressed Tabor right now in Avon by the sea at seventy nine Winslow is AT and south Amboy is eighty four fast traffic in instant weather every fifteen minutes of New Jersey one a one point five in it yeah it new Jersey's biggest hit all new Jersey's station Jersey chime time is seven forty seven my name is Bob G. quinto in with you until the midnight hour playing all of Jersey's favorite hits and if you haven't been over to NJ one one five dot com or download the New Jersey one one point five app you're missing out we can make your summer rock with a hundred and one stayed give away for the hard rock hotel and casino in Atlantic city I was just down there on Friday with Dennis and Judy and it is absolutely gorgeous and we have your chance to win an overnight stay plus a free extra gift as well we've had a whole bunch of winter so far like Donald from north Middletown Jennifer from Asbury park Frank from mount laurel and if you want to win your free stay only have to do is visit the contest page on NJ one a one five dot com or you could answer it.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on KOMO

"Her and her eighteen month old daughter in a fit of road rage Marcy large is afraid that someone is gonna get hurt if this guy is in cost road rage is not anything to mess around with the stretch of road where it happened highway one sixty two between Ording and south Marci says this guy was right on about after a minute or so I decided to slow down almost to a complete stop hoping that he passed me then when he didn't pass Marci says she sped up again and that's when something came through the rear window over pickup narrowly missing her and her daughter I know I felt something hit me I don't know it could have been just the glass she says the state patrol told her it was a BB shot Mars is as the road rage wasn't over with the shot and when I got out of the truck to see when he backed up and started driving away and almost ran me over in the process she says it was a man in his late twenties early thirties driving an older white Honda accord or prelude each call Monique the one whose time to forty time for an update on sports now from the Harley exterior sports desk almost bill Schwartz says one pitcher could be making his final mariners start tonight Mike Leake can knows his name comes up often in trade talks with contending baseball team's in veteran right hander has been terrific in his last two starts leak is scheduled to throw for the Ms tonight in Texas Seattle brings a five game win streak into the two game series against the Rangers the emms yesterday acquired a young infielder Daniel Castro from the Dodgers in exchange for re utility man Christopher and I grown to come a raiders open homestand tonight a Cheney stadium against Omaha the Seahawks conclude day five of football camp in Renton with one injury concerns left guard Mike Iupati is in a walking boot former U. dub tight and will Disley caught a Russell Wilson TD pass this Lee pacing himself in camp after missing much of two thousand eighteen with a knee.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"eighteen month" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

12:43 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And welcome back to coast to coast our special guest Dr Jerry Brown with us it's called the micro dosing jury and but a growing number of young professionals in Silicon Valley insists that taking small doses of psychedelic drugs simply makes them perform better work becoming more creative and focussed the practice of course known as micro dosing involves taking minute quantities of drugs like LSD so I've also been the magic mushrooms or masculine founded peyote cactus every few days and they say it works have you heard of that my crew does seem absolutely and Jim fat a man who is the world's expert on my quick go sing and he along with Stanislavsky rough are are two of the giants in the field of psychedelic studies I recently came out with a review paper might micro dosing psychedelics be safe and beneficial what what Jim did was he set up a web based research protocol and he calls it search because it's not controlled research but he had over an eighteen month period more than a thousand people from fifty nine different countries taking a micro dose of psilocybin our LST every four days and then keeping a very formatted journal what the reports found was improvement in negative moods especially depression plus positive moods increased energy better work effectiveness more focus and also and in this was both in healthy and people who have illnesses it also helps with shingles believe it or not migraine headaches and the reason doctor Fatimid calls is search is because it's not controlled research but it's like putting your toe into ocean of of of unexplored waters and finding out here's what people are telling us are the ways that Michael dosing helps them now let's focus the research on this and see if we can prove it out by a rigorous methodology okay actually was Albert Hofmann himself who first suggested that low doses of LSD and so if we're talking about two hundred micro millionths of a gram as a as a major are significant does we're talking here about ten micrograms and this is sub perceptual it's not hallucinogenic it's why Rolling Stone came out with an article saying the drugs that your boss would like you to take it's Y. C. E. O.'s are having seminars on Mike widow sing because it helps people focus and help them get more creative Saturnin back in nineteen sixty eight before these drugs became an illegal he gave psychedelics it was called the psychedelics for problem solving experiment he took a group of mature scientists chemists mathematicians architects who were wrestling with a problem for three to six months that they could not solve gave him a prep session gave them the psychedelic and out of the psychedelic they eighty one of them percent of them came up with a solution to their problems most of which were commercialized double for example you and architect who had not been able to design a major facility for the client went through in his mind visually and very often these images and the and the action of the psychedelics are in a visual form went through the history of architecture in rapid xcelerated mental process and came up with a commercial solution well so this research got shut down but now we're starting to revive it with micro does sing and Michael dosing people may also Mike with those in the states the at the thirty three states where medical use of marijuana is legal they can also Mike widows on on can't can't abide in in men's or in little tablets that have Mike widows of THC in there and so this is another way that psychedelics in a very positive framework are coming into American society to the point that it looks Steve Jobs told his biographer that he loved LST and it was one of use didn't Bill Gates try to Bill Gates tried tried it absolutely Francis Crick the co discoverer of the DNA helix says he visualized it on a psychedelic interested in Cambridge it enhances the brain doesn't it can enhance the brain and I'm not saying that anyone would be a fool to say it always does this if people are emotionally fragile if they're schizophrenic if their mental illness this could be the worst thing that they could do if a person is not prepared for this or does it you know comes into account or some emotional difficulties and don't know how to move through it or do not have someone to guide them they can have what are called Boettcher these things happen the witch fundamental and exciting now is the research base is being laid for the way to safely and productively integrate second Alex to our society and the other side of this is look we have in America the land the home of the brave the land of the free two point two million people incarcerated that's the highest incarceration in the world right more than China yes and of those arrested twenty seventeen over half one million six hundred thousand were for drug law violations and possession of them well I think personally and this was also a conclusion reached by Jon J. criminal justice college in New York it's time to unlock America these drug laws were passed not for safety reasons not for scientific reasons they will pass for political reasons one of Nixon's lieutenants from the Watergate years before he died said look we had two big problems with the civil rights movement and we had an anti war movement and we couldn't make it illegal to be black we couldn't make it illegal to protest so by passing these drug laws we had now a tall a tool to break up to plant drugs to find drugs which were in widespread use at a rest a lot of people that we wanted to get out of the political arena and this is it so imagine now if we could safely unlocked half of America who are non violent criminals and by so she metrics and they know the people who are the real bad guys that should be kept behind bars and who are the people who got caught with possession and are not going to be harmful to society and so think of the economic savings that would happen there when we didn't have to incarcerate a half the prison population also the marijuana now itself is a going to be in about five years a forty to fifty billion dollar industry and by twenty thirty it'll be an eighty billion dollar industry and Colorado and other states of the ten states that have legalized it including Colorado are reaping the tax benefits that's a scientific we based Val conclusion that this is safe under the right conditions you have an economic benefit to the states that take it you have the freedom to exercise their their choice look we have alcohol and smoking are legal in this country we all know what horrible effects they can have in terms of lung cancer and and and broken families and lost jobs so we're moving in the right direction Portugal the country that I live in and it's not the reason I moved there it didn't it made a decision back in two thousand one it decriminalized all drugs so if you're caught with drugs you're not sent to jail you're put into a rehabilitation program HIV has dropped violent crime has dropped Portugal's the third safest country in the world and this program has worked and the people who run drug policy in the United States and Europe said oh no no if you make this all legal or don't have any bad repec replications of use it you're gonna have a soaring amount of use that did not happen people are getting educated so the Portuguese model gives us a lot of hope as we move in to these political initiatives in California to decriminalize are trying to get a million signatures to put it on the twenty twenty ballot in Oregon to make the again psilocybin service initiative to try to make clinically assisted psychedelics psilocybin therapy sessions completely legal we're having a new discussion about psychedelics and certainly about cannabis in the United States and it's starting to move in a very informed direction all right let's go to the calls will pick it up by going to Jeff in del Rey California first time caller hi Jeffrey go ahead hi George I can you hear me I don't know good to have you with us Georgia I'm I'm Jeff from a del Rey California would be a deterrent I've talked to be now absolutely billions and river close yeah I I will as I sat in front of my radio tonight and I watch I listen to doctor brown speak about how he he drove himself out of depression I will I'm sitting out since the last time I talked to had a brain injury the doctors can't really help me they that is I mean the system it's just horrible and I as he he he was talking about the three enlightenment to changing him I sat there transfixed and listen to them say about what was happening exactly to mean now in my life when I said tonight I'm at my wit's end god there has to be something and I listened to the first side of your program then I waited for this because I have vast experience in trips to Mexico in the jungles when I was young when I friends and I started with the books from the Carlos Castaneda's sure which started to eat peyote in Yosemite which is right up the street from where I live and in laying the meadows and we started to work through all kinds of different ways even backwards into the so so I've been to all the really growing on my ceiling and to create in jars and we were doing this as kids in seventy eight seventy nine eighty and eighty one wall people were saying oh my god you're gonna lose your minds and what we found out as a whole group of friends and peers who actually studied this and tracked it well I I I I've been I am a lawyer but not now right now because I'm stuck in this cycle and what was what was really amazing as I am buzzing with energy that came through the radio when I close my eyes and as doctor brown says when you do it right when you get it right and your guided right and I will take the long term improvement in private just be amazed but I could say to the fifth power of what you experience in there I've been searching and the answer was inside me all along and I'm a person that believes all everything from quantum physics from being down to small and out again through the small to the big and reversing big problems are solved by this small solutions and small problems are it takes big solutions I have to commend you for all your work regarding environment and I just want you to know that the energy I had was in the realization that a friend and networking friend of mine and a marijuana protocol I'm on in addition to all the side effect drugs and I I take.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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"eighteen month" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

10:22 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

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i see a man i see a man thank you so much thank you so much for your support and he says bitcoin is acting crazy these days as always men as always all right thank you man a you know the drill if you get hold of me in this quarter fifty six ninety six to be some crypto my good friend and if you guys would like to participate indeed daily you to crypto come and give away it's very easy just leave a just leave a comment just leave a comment on today's you do video all right so we've got an interesting day on the market today let's look at what price is doing a lot of people feeling very bullish about price subjectively i'm actually feeling quite bearish obviously you guys know about my my position hasn't changed whatsoever currently trading at about eleven thousand two hundred forty four on knx eleven thousand two hundred thirty three on coin base obviously trading above a orders that thirteen million one point three over there at the south korean one however that's just fun to see there are some interesting diverged is you could see when you do look market the market across currencies for example so somebody just tweeted that there are a but there are spaceships coming into the orbit so if anybody can confirm if anybody confirmed if there are extraterrestrial craft swooping in to orbits i would appreciate that because i would like no i will tell you this i drove through v worst storm that i've ever driven through before and after and do some bad storms and this was in the middle of the mid west of driving home taking my daughter somewhere last night and i mean just out of nowhere hail sheets sheets of rain couldn't see had the blow over to the side of the road had to wait about an hour for at the pass my eighteen month old daughters in the car because it wasn't too bad man a while he says no bots are you throwing shade on box like we were in the cantina when he says we don't serve you can hear now john it'd be not trying to be about us man that storm is terrible man i mean i wasn't you know not gonna say i was scared you know it's possible that changed mind or when i came home but i'm just saying it's not like i'm scared or anything saying it was it's bad storm sam's bathroom yeah so sex army so aliens reliable will get you rich billions are alive little get you're rich anyways i gotta like slide down look at look at something different okay so let's get over into the trading these charts and break this down a little bit more okay so i had a nice long conversation about price action this morning with a few guys in the group and you know subjectively the way that i'm looking at it is as a failure to what you so let's just take things off and will look at look at price action vermin and then will take that analysis animal parrot up with what we're actually gonna do vip to be okay spring the music back guys let me know if it is too loud so lawyers surfer connect i think that's a good idea now is the government tried to take me out no no other ships in the sky yet yet being the key word okay so let's take the baseline off the secondary based well let's just look and bryson okay so i wanna point something out but again you guys know that i don't often focus on price action on this channel but there are times when i just think it's important to understand market structure and kind of what i see what i see when i say okay now again i'm gonna base all my trading decisions off what my what my technical indicators tell.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

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13:02 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Extinct were high as he served out an eighteen month prison term this week. Jason joins us to share his story, which he recounts in his new book prisoner my five hundred and forty four days in an Iranian prison moderating. The program is my co host Ray Suarez. This broadcast is made possible each week by the generous support of Chevron VM ware and the Draper Richards Kaplan foundation and now to race Juarez Jason resign. Welcome to the program. Thanks so much for having me onto their you know, one less talked about aspect of your experience has a very strong connection to what's been going on in the United States just before your captivity. And certainly during it there was a hot domestic debate about solitary confinement, whether it constituted, cruel and unusual punishment, whether it bordered on torture. There were really moving. Accounts of long term solitary in various state prisons across the country and the national debate about whether to use it, but you know, those stories were almost entirely written by reporters who had never been in solitary confinement. What can you say about how that differs from normal incarceration? Well, having experienced a little bit of both. And you know, the the ladder and the majority of my mind Carson vision was not in solitary but with. With two other cellmates the rest of the time. I was. I was imprisoned in the in in Iran. But still isolated from the general population. I can tell you that the sort of. Desperation and feelings of hopelessness when you're not allowed basic human contact sets in really quickly. I've read a fair amount about solitaire since this happened to me, and and and even before and I always just assumed that. Yeah, this is a pretty cruel and unusual way of treating people. Now, I'm certain of it. And I don't think that there's any justification for it. Anywhere in the world. So I hope in writing about that part of my experience that it could give some color and clarity to readers about. What that is really like. And and it's not pretty did you have an evolution of how you were mentally handling it over the days. Look, I think when you are first thrust into solitary confinement. You don't know what to make of it? And you're hope and assumption is that it will end very quickly. And then it doesn't and it drags on. And on I hear about people who have spent many many times more time in solitary than I did. But I I can't imagine getting through another day of it and the specter, and and and sort of insinuation that. I might be returned to solitaire. At some point. If I didn't behave properly was always in the back of my mind. And and something that my captors held over me. And I think that's a very common tactic with people who've experienced it because once you've gotten out of it. The last thing in the world that that you would want to ever endure again is a period of solitary confinement and. You know, the the scars the mental scars of that are still things that I think will be working to undo for the rest of my life is the there is a residue of it. Even though you're back in the world and your with your wife, and you in a community that the appreciates you in right now is is setting you celebrating you there's still a residual stain of that time. Certainly, I mean, I I. Any time. I'm in a room. I need to make sure I can open the door closing myself. You know, where's my exit? How do I get out of here and also the residuals of other aspects of confinement, and and the sort of imprisonment interrogation that I went through, you know, I write pretty clearly in the book that fortunately, I was not the subject of any physical attacks on me. But I was under the constant threats of them. And I also spent a lot of my time blindfolded. So, you know, the the sensory deprivation and the changes in how I experienced light and sound our pre profound and difficult to explain to somebody who hasn't experienced them my sensitivities to light never existed before. But now, you know, I'm always trying to shy away from light. I I spent the entire five hundred and forty four days. In cells that that had lights on twenty four hours a day. So, you know, those are some of the things that although I've I've gotten some distance from the experience and. I am dealing with with life. And and, you know, moving forward, and succeeding, it's the sort of thing that, you know, no amount of pats on the back or congratulations on a job. Well, done can undo you right of the physical changes occasioned by your captivity. The things that were happening to your body. Do you still carry some of those effects? I mean, losing forty pounds depending on the person sounds like a good idea. I don't know if you kept it off after you came home. Unfortunately, we're having kept most of it off a lot of its back. I dipped into the buffet line. You know, a couple times too many since I got back. I my body is still very different. I think I'm. Leaner than I was before. Some people will laugh if they looked at me 'cause it's pretty big guy than I am. Now, I'm stronger, you know, but at the same time digestive problems that I dealt with while I was in there. My vision has been affected, but most sort of difficult is respiratory issues. That I picked up while I was in prison. I think you assume when you're in a in a dank place like I was that you're exposed to things that you shouldn't be breathing. And I you know, I I deal with with breathing and respiratory issues that I never had before. Overall, though, I feel. In better shape than than than I was at the time. I, you know, I slept on the floor for many months, and then I slept on a on a steel caught with a couple of blankets on it. So you know, I think I'll probably have lower back issues for the rest of my life. But. Those are all relatively small prices to pay knowing that that there's others that have been there for much longer than I have. And I'm here now able to to move forward with my life. It's a very different life than the one that my wife, and I had envisioned for ourselves. But there are a lot of wonderful things for us to to latch onto and be happy about one of the really skillfully done things in the book is that instead of telling us about the transitions you're making you're showing us your expressing it in a way that doesn't say and here on day one hundred and twenty five I did this and made this change. But we feel it in the way you tell the story you move from being wary to merely careful to considered to by the end going for broke with your captors treating the answering questions with contempt with sarcasm with deception even that journey from the Jason of day one to the Jason of day five hundred and forty is a fascinating walk. I I wouldn't wish it on anybody. But you apparently took the measure of the people who held you or tried to. Over time. You have to do what you can to keep yourself in the game. Mentally, and you know, I did start to look at it as somewhat of a game or a play, you know, and everybody has a role that they're supposed to act out at certain points. You have to play opposing roles even in your own situation. So you know, I tried to appear. Malleable and compliant too, my captors when I was in the prison, and anytime, I was taken out of the prison, whether it was to court or to you know, a handful of other perfunctory medical exams in hospitals away from the prison. I always use those opportunities to to say, hey, I haven't done anything wrong. Whatever they're saying about me in the media is not true, everything that the local media everything. That's that's being put on me pinned on me is a figment of these people's imagination. Whatever they're saying about me having you know, committed to my. Admitting to my crimes, which is something that the Iranian state media said over and over and over again that was done under duress. If if anything, I don't know if I'm being drugged. I don't know, you know, you just you kind of anybody who's listening, you plead your case. And then when you get back to the prison walls, you realize okay, I'm here again and have to play the role of being subservient and and living there. By their rules. So, you know. When I first set out to write this. I wanted to get all of this information down, and you know, it's no secret that that a book or an article or anything one rights and hopes to publish is gonna go through multiple iterations. And I think early on it was really about getting the details down. And if you read those early notes it sounded like I was telling you, but I as somebody who has spent years working as a writer realized that that wasn't gonna work. And so I had to really take you there. And if you you know, you can see that there are some very short sentences in the book, right less is more. And so oftentimes, I will try and take that attitude into my interactions with my captors, fewer words, and and. And more carefully considered. And I hope that that comes through in the read of this book loud and clear, but during those early days when you're waiting to see what this was why you were being held whether the intention was to keep you for a long time, whether they would be a show trial. Did you have to develop for yourself or over time developed for yourself a set of rules almost a code that you were going to live by on the inside to hold onto yourself. Sure. But also as a part of your strategy for dealing with these people who meant you haunt. Yeah. For sure I mean, you you have to be mindful of everything that you say, and you do and I did over time develop those kinds of rules. And I think the main rule was know. You recognize pretty early on that everything that they're telling you that is happening or could happen everything. That's being said about you in the world, you know, the possible ramifications these things, you know, what they will do for you. If you do for them. In almost every case the one hundred and eighty degree. Opposite was true. And I learned that over time. So you know, I would tell them. Yes. Certainly I'm going to do exactly what you say when I get into court, I will plead guilty because you're telling me that if I plead guilty, you're gonna you know have pin a heavy sentence on me. And then you're gonna let me go home that that sounds plausible because you've seen it happen in other situations before, but I also had a wife who was telling me. Hey, man. You know, you didn't do anything wrong. And neither did I and we have a reputation, and our families have reputations in this country, as you know, law abiding good citizens the last thing, I want is you going in front of the judge in saying.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"So it's like a lot of dictated by strategically. What are you trying to achieve and I think that, you know, south on a tactical level like no one does it better on a tactical level? But if strategically which is that's determined outside the military, if you if you're like trying to engage, you know, anywhere this terrorist. You're going to you can justify sending us off unit after a while on a thirty happen. You're going to be stretched too thin now. Now, how do you how do you, cultivate, all these abilities? If you're constantly deployed to because you're not you can't really train when you're deployed if you're doing the missions. I mean, you really doing what you're exposed to like you can't develop these new capabilities. So none of this stuff exist in a vacuum. If like if your strategic objectives don't marry with tactically what you wanna do. Then there's always going to be this disconnect. And I think that's kind of where we are. Now, where it's just like people are asking way too much of soften part of like, you said is soft own fault part of things that divide between the civilian population the military where? Sophist put on too much of a pedestal. And I think that we people like we used to be the community could do a better job of like like these regular people. Yeah. Exactly. Like, hey, this dude has been deployed fifteen times. Like he needs some time with his family now. You know, it's a unconventional side too. There's some truth to it, increasingly smaller and smaller segment of our population is being expected to shoulder so much of the burden. I mean, I was one of the lucky ones. I deployed three times do some cool stuff in the military. I was a single guy. I mean think about the guy who stayed in. He got married and had kids and he still in the soft community today. So the point over and over and over and over again, I mean. Against something has to give. Yeah. I mean, I've heard of like eighty second airborne in Iraq doing like eighteen month deployments. It's absolutely insane. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I don't know what they were doing like World War. I've watched like civil war documentaries. Where it's like, you're deployment is length of the war. Like, you don't get to go home. But in two thousand nineteen should we be having eighteen month appointments? Like, I just don't know how sustainable is in World War Two. I mean, you got drafted you're in for like a year you saw some shit. But right. It was over, you know, you went home. Yeah. And for the strategic return that we get right? It's literally saving the world of the world. It's like you can make a case that if we did a lot less the world wouldn't be that much different. So yeah. Yeah. So just shifting gears again a little bit. I wanna talk about you know, you're going to Columbia you continue to further your own education and stay in the. I mean, are you John done there now? Yeah. Right. But I mean, your degree was it sports physiology phys. Therapy physical therapy. Okay. Yeah. So what made you decide you want to kind of the part with the military and pursue, you know, the sports therapy. Yeah. So like, I said when I was prior to para rescue, I was like thinking about going to medical school, and I was pretty deep into the process. Even at that time. I thought I wanted to do primary care or non-surgical sportsman things I always liked sports and was active, and then obviously changed when I joined the air force. So I I wanted to get back into that field in some capacity, and the nice thing about having gone through that experience was your work a lot in hospitals. Get a lot of actual medical experience..

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"eighteen month" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Eighteen months ago. This was a field. And now, it's one of the most advanced places of any kind you'll see anywhere in the world. It's incredible. Last summer. Donald Trump was in Wisconsin to sing the praises of a deal that he had made with Terry. Go Terry go is the chairman of the Taiwanese electronics maker Foxconn, and I wanna be thinking Jerry, go chairman of Foxconn, and a friend of mine one of the most successful businessman in the world. Very few people, even plus and I want to thank him for investing in Wisconsin. Investing in the United States. Trump came to the White House promising voters in the midwest and other industrial parts of the country that he'd reverse the trend of manufacturing jobs that have been going overseas for years. This is still a major theme of his trade wars recently. He was threatening apple with tariffs on its phones, which are all made in China. So this Foxconn plant in Wisconsin was intended as a show piece of the president's economic vision. How did it go so wrong? Dan, Coffman is a Wisconsin native who's been reporting on the state's political battles for years. He's the author of a new book called the fall of Wisconsin. Here's dan. Receiving Wisconsin is all manufacturing town. This is the home of the famous Johnson wax headquarters. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright case tractors and Jacobson lawnmowers were made in receive autoparts dreamt, tools and the first garbage disposal known as the insinkerator. A quarter of the jobs are still in manufacturing. But that's way down from where it used to be. According to mayor, Cory.

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"eighteen month" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:56 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen month" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Dollars in eighteen months. Eighteen months way to go and your range of income during that time. I started off the thirty thousand dollars and went up to one hundred and five this past year. Wow. Must've changed jobs. No, no. Well, I picked up some some extra jobs. I was doing lift installation. Delivering packages of the Amazon I have a tutoring business. That's my main job, and I started cheering for some other companies on the side. But the vast majority of it was just my business did really well this year good. I'm very grateful for the very good. Congratulations. What kind of debt was the sixty thousand? It was thirty five thousand dollars of credit card debt. I had a fifteen thousand dollars too long ten thousand dollar. Ten thousand dollars Carlo. Yup. And some dumb loans here, and they're like, you know, dentist. I never thought when I was a little kid that I would end up going into debt to go to the dentist now, really. But. Do you think about when you're a little kid? Yeah. Definitely not love it. How old are you? I'm twenty seven years old white ago. So eighteen months ago, something happened. What happened that put you on this journey? Well, it was New Year's Eve of two thousand sixteen and the relationship I was in kind of imploded. So I went back home to my mom's. And I was laying there on the mattress can looking up at the ceiling. You know, realizing that I. I wasn't. I wasn't worth nothing. I was worth less than nothing financially speaking, I know, the scary thought to have I have a negative network have a negative net worth exactly. And that's how I thought about it through my whole debt free journey. But to be honest with you, it wasn't just the the debt that they got news. The fact that I was I was alone. And. Not just because of the relationship. But I realized that I had been treated the way I treat my family the way she did my friends with she'd other people it was about take take take take take. I wasn't a giver. And so that was really the beginning of just starting to turn everything around. Wow. Yeah. So what happened the next day? What happened after that? How'd you end up doing all of this? Well, I discovered you pretty quickly thereafter on a YouTube. Search and don't ask me how I ended up, you know, YouTube searching on Dave Ramsey trying to get out of debt. Yes. Something rabbit hole. Steve. But. But I found that. And then I decided that I wanted to go to school and become a physician assistant because you know, that year the year before I may thirty thousand dollars the tutoring thing, and I was looking at this debt of six thousand looking the tutoring thing of thirty thousand and I was like this is not the kind of future. I want for myself. I don't think this is sustainable. So I I work the program got really intense, and I was about twelve months since the program. I was about to. I was I got accepted to PA school. I was about to start that may. And I did the math, and I pay off about half of the debt that I had. But I wasn't going to do it fast enough where to start PA school debt free. So I decided to give you a call, and I got through and I asked you. Hey, Dave, can I borrow money for school? And you said absolutely do it. No. Just kidding. That you said, no, you idiot. Don't go to school. You've lied gone halfway through are you really going to undo all of the worthy dip, I defer. That acceptance and I was going to start this past may. But when I got out of debt in July. I really started realizing that I have made that decision from a place of fear, and that was not the path that I wanted to go down soon being free. I decided not to do it at all in different decision. Once you're debt free on what's your future? Absolutely. That's powerful. That's interesting. Very cool. Well, congratulations. Thank you so much who's your biggest cheerleader. My mom. Definitely. Okay. My mom. She. Poke fun of me, which is all gonna fund. But now she she was there for me. And, you know, even though they're not here anymore, my grandparents. Yeah. They were. You know, they lived to be ninety five but they did. So with money that they had enough left to to leave an inheritance to their kids and to us as well. So yeah, I know they'd be proud. Yeah. So now that memory says, okay? This is who we are as a people. We're not doing this anymore. Absolutely. Yeah. This was grown up land way to go. Well, done very well done. What's your advice to people who wanna get out of debt? What's the secret? Just just do it and realize that there is no easy way out. You're gonna pay for it one way. You're either gonna pay for it by sacrificing and and radically taking control of your life, and and making a change and changing your future or you're gonna pay for it. When you're sixty five seventy five years old still working minimum wage or still scraping by not having anything to show for it. So there is no there's no shortcut you're gonna have to pay for one way or another so pay for it up front. Yeah. Live like nobody else. So later, you can live like no one else can give like, absolutely. Yeah. So what do you think that this eighteen month journey as changed in you the most? This sounds the story of sounds very transformational to me. Yeah. I'm sorry. It's been it's been a really big transformation. And. And I. I try not to always come come to relationships and ask them, you know, ask what can I give? What can I give to my family walking give gifts my friends relationship with my students is even changed in that in and of itself? I know you've said this before it's not a coincidence that when you decided to get out of debt, your income doubled or tripled because the way I showed up I took responsibility. I started getting my life in order and now instead of asking, okay? What's the quickest way? I can make a buck ask myself. What is the best? What is the best way? I can serve. This is the best way I can serve the student. How can I connect with them? Motivate them. How can I encourage them to be better themselves and one thing I always with my students is I'm an I'm an SAT tutor. So so I have to do my plug critical point if you're in the Philadelphia area, we love we love working with students. But one thing I always do is. We'll do exponential. We talked about exponential functions. I'll say look I got an a sixty thousand dollars a debt if I put this money into a gross into a mutual fund at twelve percent growth in growth interest rate. How much money would have I had would I have had by sixty five and we'll calculate that. And they'll say, oh my God. Now ten million dollars. Right. And so that kinda shows a lot this is you could do this as well. Well done. Well, I'm proud of you know, your parents are and all your mom is good job, man. Very well done. Thank you, very well done Andre. All right. Sixty thousand dollars paid off in eighteen months making thirty two one zero five that's what's called a transformation counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream. Debt free scream sequence initiating in three two one. Romans twelve two.

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