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Why The Bachelor Has Fallen

Nightline

04:32 min | 6 d ago

Why The Bachelor Has Fallen

"It was supposed to be the racial breakthrough season with the first black bachelor instead. The show's host. Chris harrison now facing backlash for racial insensitivity. Well the show known for finding love be able to conquer hate the juggernaut bachelor franchise under fire from an unlikely source. James on chris its own star. Matt james. The first black bachelor saying the franchise has fallen short on the issue of race. Ladies disappear get your trophy after. The show's host chris. Harrison seemed to defend racist behavior. We have to be so careful. Start labeling just as bad as is what that person did the matt james announcement a groundbreaking reveal twenty five seasons in the making the twenty nine year old commercial real estate executive a step forward for the show where season after season after season after season. Showcased white bachelors and mostly white potential paramore's. We spoke to match just before the season kicked off. Why do you think it took so long you know. I don't know. I can't speak on what's place before i got there but i was honored to be the first and hopefully the first of many january interview matt said he hopes to represent progress. I'm hoping that as years go on and there's another black bachelor there's an asian bachelor. There's a person of color bachelor. it's that person. Great bachelor but that progress suffered a setback. When these three year. Old photos of contestant rachel kirk canal at an old south antebellum themed college party. Complete with period costumes went viral. in antebellum. themed party is offensive. it's insensitive and it is a profoundly racist act. it is making a mockery out of one of the most painful horrific moments in human history. That is american slavery and chris harrison the longtime bachelor host came to her defense in an interview with rachel lindsay. Who in two thousand seventeen was the first ever black bachelorette. good rachel. is it a good luck in two thousand eighteen or is it not a good look in two thousand twenty one and never 'cause you're she's celebrating the old south she. If i went to that party what would i represent at that party. My guess these girls got dressed and went to a party and had a great time. They were eighteen years old now. Does that make it okay. I don't know rachel you tell me the fallout for harrison. Who liked the show. Itself has become an institution was swift resigned social media exploding outrage and defense. Former contestants also voicing their disappointment i think he for sure needs to do more than put out a statement. I am really really disappointed. Another bachelor alum even calling on harrison to step down. Let me speak direct. Should they individually move from the bachelor franchise. I think it's time for that chris. Harrison made it sound as though the was she was so young she was just in college. What do you make of that. Defense wasn't eons ago. This was a very it was thirty six months ago. Plenty of kids go to college in. Find a way not to be racist. Harrison later apologized writing on instagram by excusing historical racism. I defended it. I am ashamed. Over how uninformed i was i was so wrong. And he announced that he's stepping aside from the franchise for a period of time last night. Matt james releasing his own statement on instagram. Saying it has been devastating and heartbreaking. To put it bluntly chris's failure to receive and understand the emotional labor that my friend racial lindsay was taking on by graciously and patiently explaining the racist history of the antebellum. South was troubling and painful to watch. It was a clear reflection of a much larger issue that the bachelor franchise has fallen short on addressing adequately for years for kirk canal. She's gotten cozy with the bachelor throughout this season. James taking her shopping and on a horse drawn carriage ride making it through enough rose ceremonies to be among the final three. She's apologized for both the. Nfl and party photos and for liking voters with the confederate flag on instagram. She wrote. I'm here to say i was wrong. I didn't recognize offensive and racist. My actions were but that doesn't excuse them. I was ignorant but my was

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Apache Stronghold files appeal as Oak Flat land swap scheduled to take place in March

Native America Calling

03:49 min | Last week

Apache Stronghold files appeal as Oak Flat land swap scheduled to take place in March

"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzalez a prosecutor in northern california's going after five indigenous activists who toppled the statue of sarah last year in protest of the catholic mission systems. Founder they all face. Felony charges but community groups are calling for the charges to be dropped christina honest reports. They're called the indigenous peoples day five. The group of indigenous women and two spirit activists are charged with felony vandalism toppling. A statue of unique perot sarah on indigenous peoples day. Twenty twenty right out front of the mission san rafael in marin county california carina gold is leader of the confederated villages of luzon aloni one of the tribes and slaved into the mission system. Unique perot sarah founded. She's calling for the charges to be dropped. Our tribal people have been the objects of genocide here in california by the catholic church since the inception of california the hippo sarah. The statue that was taken down in october is a A symbol to california native people and to many other indigenous people about the genocide that happened on our lands when the catholic church. I came here despite the catholic churches history of genocide against native americans. Some of its members demanded. Marin county's district attorney at a hate crimes charge against the activists but more than fifty community groups and seventy five thousand petition signatories are demanding. The charges be dropped. Noting the nationwide reckoning with symbols of oppression. I'm christina honest reporting from san rafael california for national native news. A nonprofit advocating for the protection of oak flat. A sacred site in arizona is appealing a federal judges decision to not temporarily blocked the project that will turn the land into a copper mine and gibson from arizona. Public media has more than nonprofit apache stronghold is one of a few groups that sued to stop a congressionally mandated. Land swap of us forest service land which includes oak flat to resolution copper. A subsidiary of international copper company's attorney. Luca goodrich is representing apache stronghold in the appeal. He says the federal government plans to transfer the land on march. Eleventh of the government has actually destroying a centuries-old sacred site and making their religious practices. They're impossible and so. This is actually really an easy case. When it comes to finding a substantial burden on religious exercise their challenging the judge's order that said the land swap wouldn't be a substantial burden on the apache people's religious practice among other things. Goodrich says he expects the courts rule before the march deadline for national native news. I'm emma gibson. The national congress of american indians winter session kicks off this week. Which is being held virtually. Ncaa president fon sharp delivers the state of indian nations address. Monday tribal leaders throughout the week. We'll interact with federal officials white house representatives and us lawmakers tribal leaders are laying out priorities for the air and developing plans to work with the biden administration and congress cove in nineteen and the confirmation hearing for pollen for interior secretary are among top agenda items the likud ray-ban defoe gibb way in wisconsin is holding mass covid nineteen vaccination events planned for the next seven wins days the tribes clinic vaccinated more than two hundred community members at its first event last week. The vaccines are open to eligible tribal members. Eighteen years old andover. I'm antonio

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The University of Alabama Shooting

Today in True Crime

04:08 min | 2 weeks ago

The University of Alabama Shooting

"On february twelfth. Twenty ten forty five year. Old niro biologist. Amy bishop arrived a routine faculty meeting with her university of alabama huntsville colleagues about the minutes after the meeting started. She pulled a handgun from her purse and fire on the group after she fled the conference room bishop discarded her bloodstained jacket and weapon in a bathroom. She intended to slip out unseen and meet her husband outside the shelby center but was intercepted by police outside. The building bishop was then arrested and taken into custody. The shooting critically wounded six of bishops colleagues. Killing three it was a senseless as it was ruthless and many wondered what prompted the usually reserved scientists to turn violent. It didn't take investigators long to uncover a vital clue according to the new yorker a police chief from the boston suburb of braintree. Where bishop had grown up called huntsville's sheriff's department the morning after the shooting. His warning was grave. The woman you have in custody. I thought you'd wanna know. She shot and killed her brother back in. Nineteen eighty six according to amy's mother. Judy bishop when amy was twenty one. She accidentally shot her younger brother. Seth as judy told. Amy been home visiting from college and mistaken seth for an intruder. The family had experienced a break in their house the year before and amy's father purchased a shotgun for security. Amy raised the loaded shotgun but stopped short when she realized it was only seth arriving home from running errands but when she attempted to unload the gun. Amy accidentally shot her eighteen year. Old brother killing him. Amy was held in police custody until that evening. Boston police indicated. They believed to be an accident. Supported by a medical examiner's analysis of seth's gunshot wound though the incident likely caused. Ptsd shock. amy. Bishop didn't receive counselling or psychiatric treatment following her brother's death. When bishop later married and became a mother. Despite the appearance of normality it became clear that she was prone to explosive behavior. She reportedly lashed out in public on various occasions. Even physically assaulting a stranger pancake restaurant whose family was seated before hers bishop was also known to dismiss graduate students in her lab that she was supposed to be advising some acquaintances believed she was growing arrogant and resentful this increasingly erratic behavior coupled with reports that bishop had grown bitter and isolated after being denied tenure led investigators to believe the shooting was a demonstration of retaliation and anchor as bishop awaited trial in prison. The case of her brother's death was also reopened in june of two thousand ten. A grand jury indicted. Amy bishop for first degree murder of her brother shortly after she was indicted on multiple counts including capital murder and attempted murder for the february twelfth. Shooting though bishop initially pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity she ultimately pled guilty and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole bishop tried unsuccessfully to appeal the ruling and while she later express some remorse for her actions as nbc. News reported in two thousand fifteen many wary of bishops sincerity one survivor of the huntsville. Shooting cited it as a ploy to reduce her time in prison to date bishop continues to serve her sentence in an alabama penitentiary.

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Judge rejects request to increase Kyle Rittenhouse's bond and issue arrest warrant

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge rejects request to increase Kyle Rittenhouse's bond and issue arrest warrant

"Oh wisconsin judged is a new arrest warrant for the teenager charged with killing two people. During last summer's riots in kenosha kenosha county prosecutor's request rearrest eighteen year old kyle rittenhouse into increases bond for failing to provide. His current address is denied by kenosha. County judge bruce schroeder. I don't have the authority to issue the warrant. The district attorney is talking about. And i don't agree with his analysis of what these procedure forgetting. The band change the judge also ordering rittenhouse to provide his current address to the court under seal for his own protection. He's accused the shooting deaths of two men in the injury of another during the kenosha riots last summer for which his attorney says. That video. evidence will prove self-defense.

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Judge declines new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge declines new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse

"The judge has declined to issue a new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse Kenosha county circuit judge Bruce Schroder rejected a prosecutor's request to issue a new arrest warrant for Kyle Rittenhouse eighteen year old from Illinois accused of fatally shooting two people during a police brutality protest in commercial Wisconsin last summer the judge also rejected the prosecutor's request for two hundred thousand dollar bail increase prosecutors said Rittenhouse failed updated address as mandated by his bail conditions connection detectives who travel to the apartment on file found a man who said he been renting the place since mid December but his attorneys countered that he moved to an undisclosed safehouse after being diluted with threats he's been portrayed as a trigger happy white supremacist to tourney say he fired in self defense I'm Jennifer king

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The Magic Of Connection With Peter Gibb

Mindfulness Mode

03:24 min | 2 weeks ago

The Magic Of Connection With Peter Gibb

"Mindful tribe. Were always here to have mindful conversations. We're here to talk about all kinds of different aspects of mindfulness including habits and routines including oh all sorts of insights into what. Mindfulness really means to you. Well i have the author of the book here with me today. The author of the book called mindful conversation. And i'm very excited to have a chance. After reading his book to now talk with the author and the author is peter. Gabe peter are you in mindfulness. Today was yes or no on his truth. you know. i'm i'm a work in progress. Which and i'm always You know it's not an onnell thing for in my mind. But i'm always working on it. I'm always a it's it's essential channel my wife to be in mind his mode and i think i'm pretty aware of what i mean by that. And and what What things helped me to be at mindfulness mode You know ju- just before. Bruce you and i got got connected. I had a little I always start. I start every every day with music. That's that's one of my ways of getting into most and after my music i was. I often a routine that i have. That helps me stay in. Mindfulness node is what i think as the mindful clause just just taking a moment could be ten seconds thirty seconds. It doesn't have to be a long long period but just taking a moment to stop. Whatever it is. I'm doing and and just try to just tune in and so what happened. This morning i thought was way too Instructive in that. I stopped. I could've gone from one. You know one task to the to the next one. But i stopped for just you know just a moment and i just stood there and looked out my window while i've looked out this window for eighteen years. I've been living here. I've seen a few times before But because i just stopped and said. I'm just i'm not here to do anything but just to be in this moment and i was a happened to be looking at this shrub and on the shrub. I just sort of tuned into a leaf. Well you know ideo. It always leaves gobs of times but this lead suddenly struck me. I began looking at how it was pointed at the end. And what a lovely graceful chip this was and all of a sudden. I just felt filled with life and wonder about myself about this. Leave about this plan and so on and so it became from being a sort of a bitch a-all moment of just going from a b. It became very mindful moment and set me up. I think to be were mindful at that time and hopefully throughout this day and and so on but so so that answer your question in my mind. I hope so. I think so. Yeah i feel good. I feel at peace So in mindfulness. Bode

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FBI: Georgia 18-year-old assaulted officer in Capitol riot

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

FBI: Georgia 18-year-old assaulted officer in Capitol riot

"The Georgia teenager is one of those arrested in connection to the right of the U. S. capitol on January sixth Bruno Joseph Q. of Milton Georgia is eighteen years old authorities say he was arrested and accused of assaulting a federal officer during the attack on the U. S. capitol last month charges include obstruction of an official proceeding and violent entry an FBI criminal complaint said authorities received tips identifying Q. as one of the people seen in persons of interest posters the FBI says video from the Senate shows Q. a getting into a physical altercation with the U. S. capitol police plainclothes officer social media accounts from driving a truck with large trump flags blowing in the wind he was cited in December for violating the city's disturbance ordinance for speeding in a parking lot at an elementary school in blaring his horn while kids were in the area he was one of more than two hundred others charge so far in the siege on the capital I'm Jennifer king

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How Stonewall Unified the LGBTQ+ Community With Activist Mark Segal

LGBTQ&A

03:30 min | 3 weeks ago

How Stonewall Unified the LGBTQ+ Community With Activist Mark Segal

"In the mythology ising stonewall we talk about how it lasted three days as if it lasts three days just on its own and something i had heard before until your book was about how it lasted three days because you were writing chalk on the street come to stone tomorrow night. How intentionally kept it going. I mean you writing chalk on the street meet stonewall night like that spread information that that's like tweeting. Today we had no cell phones. We had no internet most couldn't afford a phone quite honestly. During some fifty sort of amazing. I would go out to various speaking engagements. Some of them were museums. Some of them were in schools. Everyone had it seems a different day. Oh went on for three days. Oh it went on for four days. Oh it went on for six days. How many days did go on is a good question for me. You went on three hundred sixty five days because right from the beginning we started organizing that includes from the street running on street tomorrow night to the third or fourth or fifth night. I don't remember which where we had leaflets on the street saying you know we're not going to allow the The police to oppress us anymore. This is our neighborhood. That's what is so that was in itself illegal. When we gathered at the steps of stone wall that was illegal homosexuals could not congregate to that was when we said. We're gonna fight the police. That was illegal. Everything we did in that first year was basically illegal and we wouldn't be stopped. We were going to be out loud proud and don't even try to stop us. I don't think i knew that. Part of history that it was illegal to congregate if you're gay. Yup that's why stonewall was so popular because if you were walking up and down christopher street all night long which is what i did with my friends. The chances argue would be stopped by the police sometime. The police that they saw drag queen will try to find out if they had three pieces of mail clothing on because that was the law. Others would be harassed. It wasn't a safe as you might think it would be so when you went into the stonewall it was a safe place it was a place you to be yourself. You could hold hand. You put your arm around somebody and more importantly to eighteen year old. You can dance sure. Now you mentioned. Marty robinson he with one of the co founders of the liberation front which was a group that really helped to forge. The foundation of our community was the gay liberation front. Was that group something that came out of stonewall or was it already in existence beforehand. There were many organizations before stonewall. The leading one in new york was mattachine and all my first or second week i tried to go in about a sheen. They said i was too young as i was leaving. That's where i met. Marty robinson who is coming out and he said you know these guys. They don't get it they don't understand what's going on in nineteen sixty nine. We just can't be doing once a year march. We need to do some more. He created the action group which i was a member off. There were many little groups or pockets of groups like that around new york somehow. After stonewall we all unite for the first time action roof aries lesbians. We got together. That's what created gay liberation front. He was the first united movement in our country from the grass. Roots up before that drag queens weren't allowed to be part of it before that streaking like me weren't allowed to be part of any movement so that change gay liberation front. That's what we were

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Mastering Search Intent with Brendan Hufford

Agency Ahead by Traject

06:17 min | 3 weeks ago

Mastering Search Intent with Brendan Hufford

"Today. I'm really excited. Talking to one of my favorite people. Brennan suffered brendan is created. This really cool kind of ongoing education center called. Seo for the rest of us. He has a podcast. He's all about helping people you know. Create great content that does rank for search We're gonna talk about search. Thank you for joining me brendan. Yeah thanks so much for having me. I really appreciate and be fun. Also i'm i love chatting with you online. We had a few times before. I'll dive right in today. We're gonna talk about in ten. And it's something i know you think a lot about just high level. How do you. Kind of approach modern Intent when it comes to creating content. Yeah so my background is as an educator. Because at eighteen years old i was alive. The for some reason decided. I was allowed to decide what i want to do with my life and i decided to be a teacher and then did that for ten years so a lot of my teaching and thinking about seo is not just like what is right. But like how do i teach this so search intent very often is talked about in a way that is certainly intentive a user is informational navigational transactional or commercial right. They want one of those four things. And i don't think that's wrong but i started to feel like that's not helpful because it doesn't actually inform what you do right if it's like well this is an informational search. Okay so i just put information. And that's how i rank like probably don't like if it's a navigation search from googling like how to get somewhere sure like maybe a long form blog posts like this isn't the day like if you're one of the olds like me you remember like printing out mapquest and stuff like that was the thing. But we don't need that like an informational. Post is not gonna work there or if you google something and a lot of people are buying stuff. It's a lot of products like they probably don't want long blog post however it just tells you what goes there and not the how or as marketers what the heck to put on the page. So i did some homework. And i was like where did you know i want to know before i like. Poo poo something on twitter. And give my hot take where this come from. And i dug and duggan you know you have to the the link chasing in stuff is just like this person cited this person who said that this person crap. It's back to the first person you end up with thirty tabs. What i found was our model in twenty twenty one for search intent comes from me two thousand seven blog post from rand fish skin not wrong. He's brilliant because what he said in two thousand seven for context in two thousand seven. That was the year that like leave britney alone and chocolate rain popular out through so we can have. Yeah you just happened to the real way back machine and like but he's not wrong. It's brilliant because he's still correct right. That is still part of the intent. But i thought to myself part of seo for the rest of us. How do we make this more accessible. How do we give people something they can. Actually use will all right. We have to figure out if something is commercial or transactional or whatever like. I can't really help you if you're trying to drive somewhere like that's not what i'm doing in my marketing. That might be part of it if you're like a local business or something but for me the really like the informational or the transactional commercial came down. Like what the heck do we put on. The page is introduced to a really cool model for copyrighting by my buddy joel key from business casual copywriting. He also runs case. Study buddy now. That came from eugene schwartz in his book breakthrough advertising the kind of walks. It just walks through like levels of awareness. Now it's meant for ads right depending on what level of product or service awareness there at what they're searching. You can kind of figure out what needs to go on the page. What do they need to move. Not to the next step nazi-like book damn o or whatever but like just to the next piece of the puzzle and that's been really really helpful if you if you want. I can kind of get into a little bit of that one thing. I'm really interested for his is. There's a lot of kind of maybe. It's the controversy but but people talk about the idea of on the one hand you have. Seo's who just tried to mimic what the top ten pieces of content are that rank on page one. And doing exactly that in. That's how you're going rank and then there are other folks who say we'll just do better by you don't know if that's necessarily going to become visible for what you're trying to rank for. So what do you say to those people in how they approach creating content for you know. Can we trust google that they're actually going to surface the right content. So this is like i said something. I remember saying something the other day of like. I'm pretty sure that the quality of the top ten like the reading the top ten results quality of content is not a ranking factor anymore. It's i just. I i was reading stuff. And maybe it's because i was reading about marketing things. Half of them were unintelligible. There was no narrative to take you through you could tell each of the sections was based on like a people also ask or whatever and it was just like literally like imagine you know. You're you think you're sitting down like a ten course meal and somebody they're just throwing random food at you the whole time like here's your salad and now here's desert and then there here's a pizza and then like a piece of chicken and you're like what the there's nothing that makes this flow. There's no s- craft of writing here. It might as well be written by a robot pains me because these are humans that are spending their lives doing this. And they think they're doing a good job because they got the traffic and the conversions and blah blah blah. I think first of all. I empathize at the human writers. Who are writing these things like that must suck for you to write to just spew out this stuff all day and be on on the content marketer writer and that's what i do commodity kind of content so i would love for it to be better to encourage people to do better work. We can elevate the craft of writing that would be

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The Cindy James Case

Casefile True Crime

04:22 min | 3 weeks ago

The Cindy James Case

"Thirty eight year old. Cindy make pace was chain. Smoking cameo cigarettes at her dining room table was uptight at twelve nineteen two and she had just received her right threatening phone call in five days. During most kohl's nothing could be heard on the other lawn reading other times. A man spoke to renew menacing whisper. Hey had made crude sexual suggestions to cindy a few days prior but she hung up in disgust before hearing him out. The most recent cole had really unnerved her. The men warned. You're dead cd. As not fell. Cindy went around. Her multilevel stuccoed home in vancouver canada. Closing the window drags ten minutes later. The phone rang. The familia low growling voice said. Don't think pulling the drapes means. Don't know you're in there. Cindy called the police and officer arrived and found. No sign of the coal looking out saw the house. Hey couldn't do anything. Except suggest cindy make a list. Of all the coles she received and to get an unlisted phone number with no known enemies the highly respected pediatric mental health nurse was at a loss as to who could be harassing her. One week lighter cindy returned. Home with friend agnes woodcock after annoyed out to find that someone had gained entry into her house. She writes next door and asked her neighbor. Who was aware of the coal. Cindy had been getting to investigate. He entered the house. Ahead of cindy and agnes to make sure that the intruder was no longer inside after a thorough search of all the rooms. The neighbor told the women that it was safe to go in. Cindy began to get ready for bed a few minutes later. Agnes hood cindy screaming. She found cindy in her bedroom solving and clutching a pillow. The pillow concealed under the covers of the bed had been slashed two paces. The cuts were sauce. And what carried out with a sharp object locker. Risa constable pat mcbride of the vancouver. Police responded to cindy's coal as nothing had been stolen from the house. Mcbride thought that someone was trying to send a cindy message. Even though cindy had changed her number the threatening kohl's continued they were mainly no talk calls seeking comfort. Cindy contacted her husband. Cindy hack head to mit psychiatrist to dr roy. Pay said vancouver general hospital in the fall of nineteen sixty five a natural beauty with long blond hair blue eyes and wide smile. Cindy would turn heads wherever she went. She quickly caught the attention of roy. Who was assisting cindy with a group project for her nursing studies. The two became inseparable in december nineteen sixty six roy who was eighteen years old lefties wife and two children and married twenty two year old cindy. The union was eventually accepted bus. Cindy's parents on a tilly hack. Roy soon became welcomed into the heck family. Life often playing cards and sharing a drink with cindy's father who was only six years. He's sania the first. Few years of marriage were an extremely happy time for the newlyweds. Cindy who will always drain of working with children was employed at the children's foundation. A job where she cared for children suffering from trauma and mental health conditions in nineteen seventy. Four cindy landed her dream job as defending directa glenham house. And you send tough. Preschool children requiring mental health support

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Grand jury indicts suspect in killing of actor Eddie Hassell

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Grand jury indicts suspect in killing of actor Eddie Hassell

"That indictment has been produced in the shooting death of an actor in Texas a grand jury has indicted an eighteen year old on a capital murder charge in the death of Eddie Hassell who starred in the NBC show surface and in the twenty ten movie the kids all right an arrest warrant in the case as hassle was living in Waco Texas but was staying with the woman at an apartment in grand prairie when he was killed the suspect to John and tone of Dallas faces a possible death penalty in the case authorities say surveillance video and witness interviews indicate that hassle left the woman's apartment to go to her car and tone is accused of shooting the actor and then stealing the car I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Wisconsin prosecutors seek Rittenhouse arrest, higher bond

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Wisconsin prosecutors seek Rittenhouse arrest, higher bond

"Prosecutors in Wisconsin are seeking a new arrest warrant for the teen who is out on bond charged with killing two protesters last summer in Kenosha now eighteen years old tile Rittenhouse is accused of failing to tell the court he changed his address in Illinois so can ocean county prosecutors want him back in custody but his lawyer says the team moved to a safe house after receiving threats written house says it was self defense when he shot three protesters in August killing two during protests over the shooting of a black man Jacob blik conservatives rallied around Rittenhouse raising his two million dollar bond while gun control advocates question why is seventeen year old boy was walking around with an assault style weapon last month prosecutors alleged Rittenhouse was photographed drinking with others at a bar in Wisconsin posing with a hand gesture used by white supremacists I'm Jackie Quinn

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Twistzz to FaZe, Kjaerbye's Future

The Center Ring esports podcast

06:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Twistzz to FaZe, Kjaerbye's Future

"I know we've talked about care be a little bit on the show before through different roster changes and when he went on to face because he hasn't been on phase very long i think he joined in what august of last year. It was yeah. It was august last year. Not entirely too young long. Especially when you think of a player break was in between that too. So i mean almost unfortunate for him in the sense of had it not been twist he would probably still beyond phase but again twist is one of those players. Where if they are. If are free agent. You go for it like regardless of if you're covered that's why when we had ryan on the show from rush be media. He brought up g to and like well gee to seems to be kind of trending upwards and he's like yeah but it's twist like you doesn't matter where you're trending like any team is going to look at him and say hey we'll it fit so unfortunate for making fit make workout care be is an interesting case to me because on paper. He's washed up like he. He was game. Stop stock two days ago last week. Everyone wanted him everyone. He was the hot. The cat's meow. The bee's knees we're talking former major. Mvp he was the mvp for the atlanta illeg major in twenty seventeen and that was like when he was eighteen years old. He's only twenty two. And if you're looking at it you're like what happened like where's khirbet from twenty seventeen when he was on astrology. Was that just being on astrologers. Because now he's gone from astrologist to north to now phase two now inactive. And it's like bro. i'm. I'm getting worried for the public perception of kirby ever since moved to north. He's never made the top twenty less. He made the two years previously on astrologists It's he's in a tough spot. Because like i didn't think they would actually drop him like they had another option right like rain could have been the player dropping. I think rain is also like pretty heavily invested in phase. At this point you know Look look think of snoot you got you got fired from your job when there was a temp working there. No but they were looking at the like. That's why i really believe that carrigan move is happening. I think they're playing chess in this situation. They'd make that switch. And maybe it's a role issue here of what they would both be playing. And maybe you put the writing on the wall if it's like. Hey marcus Kb you're going to be moving positions and we're gonna accommodate twist in every way possible and this is what he's gonna play like. I think they're just playing one step ahead in rather have all lost stand in. Keep the team mean. That's the only thing that makes sense. Because why would you drop a player. Whether or not the i mean. He's been on there since august with a player breaks. I think it's almost too early to even say his performance has been poor because like i mean although if you look on. Ltv look back from the last year on his end. I think is like eighty are has averaged around sixty seven it's rating rating. Since he's been with them. Do you know. I mean i look at the last year and i think it was i. I can look up here real quick but it was like below one not good you know. Yeah i mean like you. Yeah i mean obviously you want to be. He's only been on face since august. So i also have been playing with that standing right right plates matches with all off now and so. It's not like that t the team just hasn't been in a good spot. Ultimately this could be a good thing for him once he probably a better suited roster for him. Know sucks any time you get dropped but yeah he. He's an incredibly unusual spot. But i think you'll landed team you know if you're thinking that he wouldn't get a team that that's definitely not the a team. It's just when you think a former mvp for a major top twenty twice right. Top fifteen wants only twenty two years old. That's the crazy thing. Twenty two like he peaked so fast at eighteen. I mean yeah. He came in as a rookie essentially and did what he did and so excited to see where he goes. The thing is i don't think he's washed up. I think outside of the age thing. There's still a lot of talent there like eight months ago. He'd like you said you just got signed by phase one of the considered the best teams in the world in you're telling me that much time it's diminished when half the time they've been playing with the standard the other half of the time the teams around aren't playing well either so you can't put that on him you know nico runs away from the team in the middle of their transition of him trying to get accustomed to what's going on and you lose that type of player on that team you know morales going to start to dip so know and also his situation with north wasn't always the healthiest right like ms l. was constantly on the hot seat for like two years. Felt like and that team would do well in the tournament and then might the next three they would not even get place top aide or something like they had some really rough outings but they had some success there so he hasn't found consistency since he's left. Astrologers who has like if you're not on strollers who's consistent you know there's very few teams liquid is one of the few that you could think has shown a lot of consistency at times and then now recently obviously it hasn't been so much but He's he was on an amazing team. He was able to shine on that team. Now it looks like he's trying to find his way. He's having those some of those rookie bums not coming out now but like he's learning to be different environments in. They're still a good chance that we see him have a successful year. It's just got to be the right

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Gov. Newsom and teacher unions clash over school reopening plans in California

John and Ken on Demand

04:32 min | 3 weeks ago

Gov. Newsom and teacher unions clash over school reopening plans in California

"Big topic today is getting. These schools reopened particularly the lower grades. It's happened in many parts of the country but california like a number of states is stuck and the unions are one of the big blocks even today. Newsom cited word from the director. That vaccination is not necessarily a prerequisite for reopening school safely. We're going to talk now to mark run alert. Abc news kfi about more on this story. Mark what's this about guy. So the cdc today the director of the cdc doctor rochelle walinsky said that Just that that the the vaccinations are not a prerequisite to opening school safely or at least the evidence. There's mounting evidence to suggest that that's the case. They say that it appears you can reopen schools. with mask mandates and social distancing and that that can be done safely One of the things that they cite here is a study from wisconsin where they looked at the. Cdc looked at seventeen Schools in rural wisconsin in the fall last year over thirteen weeks. There were masks being worn in the school And they said that there were one hundred and ninety one cases of covid nineteen over those thirteen weeks They said that only seven of those could be attributed to transmission within the school itself and said essentially the school had Lower transmission rates than the community at large and so that kind of also pulls away the evidence or or concern that schools may be transmission centers. Like what we saw with nursing homes and places like that these close quarters where the disease can spread very quickly now. They're saying you need to do this with masks and social distancing so while this gives some fodder to the argument made by senate minority leader mitch mcconnell today that he was saying the democrats and teachers unions have been holding this up. Because they're they're saying they want to be vaccinated before they return. The biden administration is still turning this around to say. Well you know the hook entirely here. This still requires a stimulus plan from congress to get p and testing and all these other things so while they're essentially giving some fodder to the argument they're also saying you still need to get the stimulus done so it's not on a one to one. Give the teachers unions out here. In california are neat not even satisfied with just getting vaccinated themselves they want the students vaccinated as far as we know. There is no vaccine for kids under sixteen. It doesn't now. There's not nothing. That's fda approved. The fda approved the pfizer vaccine for sixteen years and older and then the moderna vaccine i believe is eighteen years and older so there is no vaccine right now with any efficacy. Study or concern about safety. Study that would involve children Particularly of school age children Maybe at best late high school but nothing in grade school kids and middle school kids. is there a timetable. Have you heard for chill vaccine. No no. I don't know because you know that would require some further study that those studies may be ongoing between the pfizer and madonna vaccines in some of these other vaccines but the clinical trials that took place and which the fda approval of these vaccines are based off of. Were in adults. They were done. You know to take part in these studies. The phase three trials with the thirty thousand people that were part of these various studies. They were all eighteen and older I believe in the pfizer. Which is why they allowed it. Sixteen years and older and there was a this was part of the approval. Process was the discussion about whether or not they should include the limited data they had for people under eighteen but they decided that again in their minds the benefit outweighed the risks so they allowed it to be for sixteen years older. So i mean that's where it stands out how how long the unions are going to be able to get away with this if we if we start looking at two years with the students not getting in person schooling while it might depend there might be obviously some push and pull their from the unions and from People who think that by vaccine should be given before they reopened. But you do have the biden administration and the cdc now suggesting the other way that this can be done without that. So that's going to add some pressure to it and clearly. There's support on that largely in the republican side so now you have know. Essentially the top democrat The president of the united states in his administration saying that. This can be done safely without having to wait for

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Pakistan orders man acquitted in Pearl murder off death row

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Pakistan orders man acquitted in Pearl murder off death row

"The stone cold who's older the critical of a man found guilty of participating in the murder of American Daniel pearl and he's being moved off death row Pakistan's Supreme Court who ruled the Pakistani British man acquitted of the two thousand and two gruesome beheading of American journalist Daniel pearl off death row the move to so called government safe house Ahmed Saeed Ahmad Sheikh who's been on death row for eighteen years we'll be on the god who will not be allowed to leave the safe house but he will be able to see his wife and children the Pakistan government has been scrambling to keep shake in jail since a Supreme Court order last Thursday upheld his acquittal into that the pro triggering outrage by the family and the American administration I'm Charles at the live this month

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Back to the Himalayas with Jeff Rasley

Camden Boyd's The Happiness Question

05:39 min | Last month

Back to the Himalayas with Jeff Rasley

"About jeff. Welcome to the show. Thank you camping. Glad to be here happy. Have you tell us a little bit more about yourself well. I grew up in a small town in northern indiana gauchan. Indiana and i was all set to go off to college when it was time and i ended up dropping out after two days and just didn't feel like that was what i really wanted to do. After having spent my whole long life of eighteen years in school so i went to work in a factory saved up some money and then mom reluctantly drove me to the edge of town. I stuck out my son and he tried to cross country. But i did end up going back to college after my parents told me if i didn't they were going to kill me and i thought okay choices college death. I'll take college and ended up. Really loving academics. At a serious level went to the university of chicago than went to law. School eventually went to seminary so ended up spending a lot of time in the classroom. I'd even taught a few college classes practiced law for thirty years retired. And i suppose what's really brought us together is that i written ten books. Several of which are about what. I call philanthropy trekking in nepal himalayas grew so but is that exactly. What is philanthropy attracting. Yeah it it. Means a combination of fee lows. Which is greek for love and anthropologists philanthropy. Means love of humanity in. So i combine that with tracking. And so i've been to nepal fourteen times in started a foundation over there so i combined tracking with philanthropy led an organiz many groups of truckers and many of which have been involved with the mission of the foundation started which is called the possibility foundation. What exactly does the bassett village foundation do well. It's concentrated in a remote area of eastern nepal. Which is not on any of the popular trekking trails. A set of the first time. I was there which was in two thousand eight. My little group of truckers were only the second group of people from the outside world that had ever visited abilities which was an amazing experience because they were living basically the same way they had for the last five hundred years but anyway the foundation does is. I developed this relationship. Was that village. And we have helped to build a school hydroelectric system water system. Our most recent effort was little health clinic and we also help to rebuild the village which was partially destroyed from two major earthquakes. Back in twenty fifteen the same earthquakes that sarah safari was in when she was tracking mount everest in the last episode so our mission goal is to work with the local people to finance the projects that they would like to bring up their standard of living in terms of education sanitation healthcare those sorts of efforts but all of those projects have been requested by the village not suggested by us the outsiders the funders donors to the foundation members. And the reason for that is. I think it's very important for this. Kind of development work really to be primarily in controlled by the people at supposed to benefit so that we don't develop a kind of dependency mentality so the school the water system the electrical system the villagers build it themselves with their own hands and they own they run it and we just provide financial assistance and expertise. When it's ask for school cool. i was talking to somebody else as well. Today that happened to be working with foundations that affected the same area. About empowering nepali women roller. You should connect us. Sarah safari yeah. She's really cool. Where did you grow up. Like i said in the small town of gauchan. Indiana doesn't seem like there'd be much there in indiana as far as mountains. There are not. I had never climbed a mountain or done. Any sort of high-altitude tracking. Before the first time i went to nepal back in nineteen ninety five and my first experience there was directing the mount everest base camp trail.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

02:49 min | Last month

"eighteen years" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"You know sarah catalans of this world swing traders day traders. Whatever we want to say the wild thing for me is. There's no conduit to those people. None of the large investment banks goldman. Sachs morgan stanley. None of them know who these people are reaching him. And so and so. It's wild that is popped up on read it. It's popped up on twitter. And the like and that still. The primary way of issuing securities by large corporations is knowledge gobbly of the banks and instead of going to the whole market now only goes to two thirds which is an interesting dynamic because the big trend. I see coming out of this. Is somebody figures out how to go to tech company. Ipo instead of using the big boy investment banks they get a pathway into the one third. And it's like that's when we cut the investment banks out. So i think the war's just kind of started you know you've got retail gone against hedge funds and you're right other hedge funds piled in piled on. It's going to be real interesting. When corporate america's not held captive by investment banks So cool you want to give a plug up to your music real quick. No i wanna do is give the little speech that you never give me the segue for you said you would okay. So thank you okay. No we're going. Well no i thought. I started with the eighteen year. Old retail investor tells. What's up. yeah yeah okay. So mindset of The retail investor laos. I'm not going to explain to you the mind of a retail investor. If you're one of those fat cat wall street types. Listening to this podcast. Why don't you go ask your partner. How the mind of a retail investor works. Because they're probably seeing one on the side because you fucking suck and everyone hates you. You fuckers are the reason that everything is going to shit. You are the reason everything went to shit and no eight. This is not retails fault. This is not the people who work for living's fault. This is yours. Go followed drought on instagram and spotify. I'm dr av period. d. r. a. b. av dot ee. Thank you very much. I love charlie. Yates i love you bunch. Thank you for coming to in this Yeah thanks to our guests chuck. Yates everybody soons a record deal. Peace out. I've a little bit of investment advice. Poems bent you can cut that exceeds..

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"eighteen years" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:06 min | Last month

"eighteen years" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"One share like fundamentally these places. It's very difficult for them to lose money to individual people and i mean the individual investors quote unquote. Who are going to make money out of this. Were already rich at the beginning. This is there is definitely going to be some wealth transfer in some new thing coming out but who has sort of idealistic grand narratives about what this says This this is just what sometimes this is. Oh eight the big short was discovered by an institution or saria retail guy But it didn't stay that way. He he's not going to be the only one that makes money off of this kind of the irony of all ironies in this is dodd-frank the bill that was set up to help level the playing field make trading fair More transparent and the like forces most futures contracts and the like to be exchanged cleared so that everybody can see it. All one of the things that did was the posting collateral. And so i mean the squeeze on robin hood right now is when you go buy one hundred shares. Its t plus to right. Settles in two days. So you technically don't have to pay for two days well. Robin hood has to go out and find those two shares for you and when they do. Robin hood actually has to post. The price of those shares are those hundred shares for two days and it's a formula based on volatility and other stuff and then when they can take your money. They're able to take their margin back and the problem was this was so incredibly volatile. And there's also i believe in that formula concentration factor that robin hood was having to shell out just tons and tons of money. That's why they borrowed all the money from the bank. That's right they're raising a billion dollars and all that so truly is kind of dodd. Frank and what did make the the market more secure because now there's collateral the person that gave you the two shares doesn't have to worry about them getting paid. because the money's posting there at the exchange is what caused the squeeze on robinhood which the squeeze on the little guys. I mean that's the reason they had to say you can't buy anymore. That's why they were okay with you sell on. But because they don't have to post margin when you sell and the fact that that the the company that has a very large stake in robin hood is the one who is short on game. Stop shares and i'm not suggesting a conspiracy here like i was genuinely sorry. There was a genuine liquidity crisis but citadel wasn't investor and melvin isn't investor in melvin whatever. The hedge fund was called riot. And there's some there's some thought that they assumed a good portion of the short position themselves because they were going to have to pay it anyway. It's the market maker so so assuming these funds ran out of money..

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"eighteen years" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

03:23 min | Last month

"eighteen years" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"I barely note the soccer is. I'm not until i. Oh yeah no. It is the fbi So anyway so we got the short squeeze read. It hasn't gone. Are you on that site. i'm no. I'm i'm not a reddit user okeydoke but the what's it called against wall street. Bits wall street bets while currently has six million active users who pose. Yeah read at user. But don't tell anyone. I really need a music career and we can't be out here on. Read it okay. Musicians can't be on radha lame to be it and i'm sorry to everyone who uses. Read it you guys are sometimes okay. I guess but it's just it's just about look so they're like six million people. What's it like on that. Really some good investment advice. I mean yeah. The thing is is that headphones do hedge fund managers do literally nothing and. That's it professionals. Do literally nothing that. I can't do with my computer and twenty minutes. The people on the site know about as much as these these people on the actual institutional marketplace to Minus all the stuff that they keep hidden from the other people so if you wanted to scrap some significance to this event i think this is the end of the stock market as the boys club. Like i think after this smart money. Smart money Asshole money goes into private equity and other stuff for the poor's can't get in and the stock crashes colossally. That's my prediction really. Yes because i am an oracle and warren buffett antsy jobs all in one. So i clearly what i'm talking about Let's get the you know it's funny you rag in about a hedge funds and that they don't do anything if t rags about private equity guys like me. No none of y'all do anything. That's what i'm saying. That's very that's very fair so anyway. This is so this is interesting episode. Eight on the podcast. We had sarah catalan on. And she's a swing trader. I mean she wakes up in the morning goes in front of her computer. She trade stocks. She kind of has a screening tool but she does. Some fundamental work does a lot of biotech stuff social. Look she'll see that they've got a test coming up. You know a trial of some sort nationwide literally. that's she feeds her family. Right and What's interesting goldman sachs came out in a research report like two weeks ago and said that people like sarah people liked robin hood. Make up one third of the market today. And i mean with that kind of purchasing power. You literally can go toe to toe with hedge fund guys. Yeah yeah i mean. I don't really think that's what's happening. And i think anyone who thinks that's what is happening is a little bit. Little bit idealistic. I mean fundamentally like this is headline versus hedge fund retail discovered. The play maybe Maybe like drove initial interest in it. fundamentally this is this is institutional money versus other institutional money and we. We're just like on top getting shredded. Whichever way it goes So to one big hedge fund went way way short retail figure. Something out starts the flood and now all the institutions are working out. Yeah i mean like look at what happened today. Like they shut down robinhood basically limited.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

04:44 min | Last month

"eighteen years" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Hello everybody welcome back to early. It's needs a record deal. The only podcast not sorted out of the midlife crisis today. We are joined by my father. Chuck as cates. Why don't you tell us about yourself. Not only a handsome okay. Okay okay why are we here today. Chuck game stop. It's all about game. Stop game stop came stop. What's that so. I'm gonna bust you a little bit tuesday as i'm senator. The audience us screen. Shotted your robin hood account which included game stock or game stop stock and you texted it to me. Hey dad see. It's not that tough to run a hedge fund. Okay yeah busted. Busted i did. And it's true for the record nine. Tell everybody what is game. Stop just because the audience out here bunch of energy folks read all about it hero about it and do it from the perspective of who you are eighteen year. Old robin hood trader. So come on retail dude. Tell us tell us what it's about. Yeah yeah so. The story begins in nineteen sixty with the invention of pong fast-forward like forty years. Someone started a company. Somewhere that decided. Hey we're going to sell video games. people This company was successful for a while until people realize that it of really sucked store only for video games because they didn't make very much money and they were kind of gross and run by generally good hearted but kind of weird people knocking alive that So i at some point along the line. This company called melvin college or. I don't even know they decided. Hey this company sucks so we're going to sell all of it. And then they did and then they were like kay. This company really sucks. We think it's going to go completely bankrupt sir. We're gonna sell even more so they sold. I believe one hundred thirty percent of the float There's kind of some some ambiguity around the numbers particularly that retail investors have access to so basically the stock was super oversold..

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Optimizing Your Time and Business Strategy with Rocket Station

Marketing Genius

05:41 min | Last month

Optimizing Your Time and Business Strategy with Rocket Station

"I am beyond excited for the second time to welcome back. Mr robert nichols a ceo and founder of rocket station. They are an incredible company. And i'm excited to talk about some of the different ways that you can implement In a service like rocket station using virtual assistance in those extra savings. In your business to help you grow helping create labyrinth. Help you kinda take things to the next level. So robert man. Thanks for jet on the podcast. Read so excited to be back up. haven't me. I don't know if i consider myself a marketing genius. But i'd love your podcast. I love the show. And i learned so much from listening to you in doing to be a part of your organization. So thank you for letting us be on the show today and let me be here. I really appreciate your time and excited to be here. I really appreciate it. I think that You don't necessarily have to be a marketing genius to help. People look like marketing. Genius isn't as one of my favorite things about your company because we've been talking for months especially if you've been listening if you've been following me for any amount of time. The last six to eight months. We've been beating marketing content creation. Those things over the head because we think that it is so important for agents team leaders broker owners types things to go out there and build a brandon and create leverage. I think that's something that the top producers in every market seemed to understand that maybe the people that are chasing top producers. Don't and it's one of the things. I love about your company. Let's dive into it so when we're talking about creating content and doing those types things a lot of agents think lights just can't do all the stuff in typically true like you can't you got to negotiate deals you gotta read contracts yet you all these things. How am i supposed to create the type of leverage so that i can put out content consistently. How am i supposed to post on social all the time. How am i supposed to create the pictures graphics in the videos. How do we do all those things. So i wanna ask you like. What is the kind of rocket station process if you will for helping agents only create content but create multiple pieces of content in industry. That so that they can build their brand agents are are are busy and they've got a lot to do in there there certain tasks that are in the day that a lot more important than others right like going on a listing appointment or showing a buyer a home for them to move into is most agents third their highest and best use of time. And that that's where they make all their money so to slow down and and create more content or try to put more effort into generating where business on the front end seems sometimes like an overwhelming thing. So usually people come to us with the with a couple frustrations. It's either they don't have enough time to create the content that they need or they started creating content and putting it out and now they're getting results from their marketing. People are calling in the back in. They're getting overwhelmed with trying to fulfil what they're creating so we are fortunate to get to work with some of the best agents in the country that everybody's heard of the top agents in the entire country. I personally get to learn from those people as low. And then it's awesome to see some of the smaller agents implement the same strategies techniques that that work so for us. We we really see that agents that really focus on creating the content right may name you. As long as there's a camera filming. You don't have to edit you. don't you. don't have to reproduce you. Don't have to repurpose right. So we really liked to pay the overwhelming piece of that content creation. First off your play so most of our clients most agents we work with. They're not afraid to them. Quick videos they're not afraid to rights and stuff out there willing and able to do that but we're most people fall down is the implementation. How do we chop up this interview by team will chop up and this will be a whole bunch of peace of every time you make a great quote on here we will cut it out. It'll be a name right. And if i happen to say anything of any value hopefully there's eighteen years we will cut that up and it will be maine's in gifts in there will be hunting creative plus we will go twenty thirty minutes here so this will be three four five video segments for us to be able to use so for me personally. I'm ice shelf. I spent thirty minutes talking to you. Grant team will then go splice this content into a ton of different pieces and it's the same thing with their agents whether their meetings whether they're doing marketing falls whether they're doing straight up marketing videos like you teach in the formula that you give people if people create just the baseline on and we can really help you re purpose data and create a whole library of content from one interview in the example. I gave last time. We talked on the facebook live. Is we had a client in one interview. They got turned into thirty seven pieces upon dan thirty seven. He's from once. Why because the agent was focused and locked in just doing her job and we were able to separate that out in all the content out so it's the momentum behind them the leverage really doesn't have to be all of your personal. I'm it just said you can help. Create some of the court context than teams. Like ours can help you get it out. There get posted a shot down the all the all the editing all the things that happen to make it all pretty look professional. It's very easy to get someone like us to do that. So i think agents get overwhelmed when you hear this message up and you've got to create content and do all the words to get it out and then have it consists. That's too far. Teams like can actually come in. There's still all of that

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Helping Your Child With An Unwanted Pregnancy As A Pro-Life Parent

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

04:25 min | Last month

Helping Your Child With An Unwanted Pregnancy As A Pro-Life Parent

"I wanna dig into a couple of components. What you've told us one your parents. You've mentioned that it wasn't as bad as what i thought it would be with. My parents Their parents maybe today who are listening right now that later going to get a call from their pregnant teen daughter or they're gonna see them at dinner and this discussions going to happen. What kind of counsel do you give to parents about how to react if this happens. Well i just believe that guide is the creator of all life and so he knew what he was doing when He blessed this girl woman with an with a baby even if it was unplanned by her. This baby was planned by god. And so we've seen girls that are almost about to kill themselves suicide or on drugs or just going down the wrong path and all of a sudden find out. they're pregnant and this is the thing that kind of gets them back on the right track and so to look at the bigger picture of what god might we doing here and leading his daughter back to him and then the other aspect of what. You said that really catches my attention as your christian convictions. I mean you're nineteen eighteen nineteen at the time. And so you know you're you're getting to the point where that maturity is happening and yet You know when the moment came and of course we understand passions and those things. I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about realization. That i'm pregnant and now what do i do you know. Some people may be have never had to walk that difficult decision and even though your church you understand christian values you're pro-life in your heart now. The pressure's on you because you know this the situation and you've got to make this decision. Why do you think it's not automatic. Why do you think the girls are second guessing everything they've been taught for seventeen years eighteen years nineteen years in your case what what is missing in their worldview construct that they even go that direction. Well i think it's two things one as i said before. Fear fear is the biggest reason why women have abortions. You're scared and it does seem like alluring to have a quick fix of z z. Right even though it's a trauma that is a lifelong yes for sure But the other thing is i grew up in church my entire life and i never knew there was a pro-life movement ever. I never knew. I would stay outside abortion clinics with my parents sometimes and we would prey. But i didn't know there were all the resources like i had no idea and i remember when i wrote my first book even writing that book. I didn't think i'm writing a pro-life book stories of girls with unplanned pregnancies and as we started embraced grace. We didn't think i'm going to start a pro. i was like i'm going to help with planned pregnancies. And it wasn't until the first conference. It was actually care net conference which is pregnancy center training conference. They asked me to come speak. And it'll give me a booth in this like an exchange and so in. So we were like how to do some brochures and things and i had never heard of care net. I've no idea. I show up and there are hundreds of booths organizations of people that are ready to assist at a moment's notice for women with unplanned pregnancies. I had no idea that there was that out there. And i think the mainly the church in general is the same way when i talk to people. They've gone to church their whole life. They don't know a lot of them. Don't even know what a pregnancy center is and that's plague the one of the most important things we need in our communities you know. That's the first response team in the churches. The hospital and we gotta have. We gotta know what's all in our communities to help. I think when we talk about with the opening comments that you made in terms of where the churches at these are some great gains over the last forty forty. Five years at the church really has stepped up. It's not the same as nineteen seventy-three. The church is far more sophisticated and far better equipped to help. Young women are share and a woman of any age who's in that position to deal with an unplanned pregnancy and that that is the good news and i encourage you to get engaged with your local pregnancy resource center and volunteer support them financially That's what focus does and there's three thousand four thousand of these clinics around probably right in your neighborhood so look for one and join in the part of it. Most of them are volunteer run. So that's a good thing to do. They do need each one of us.

"eighteen years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Eighteen years later a new generation of firefighters is now following in the footsteps of their parents who bravely fought the flames and debris that day ABC's will remain as that story. on this anniversary of that darkest day a bright peek into the future a new generation of heroes emerging in this fall's graduating class of the fire academy the probe ease our children of heroes the semi conscious at this point the sons and daughters of nine eleven following their father's footsteps as new York's bravest the New York fire department. who can forget the monumental loss of the nearly three thousand killed that day three hundred and forty three were firefighters many trapped at the base of the towers as they headed up to save lives they lost their own eighteen years later Matthew Djokovic in the arms of his dad Anthony wants to be a firefighter Anthony Rigali are honoring his father Leonard Robert Taylor CO died last October from cancer link to ground zero his son Robert junior carrying the family torch. over the years dozens of legacy graduates have joined the force now this group of sixteen paying an impactful tribute to their parents memory. the sixteen legacy firefighters will join the rest of their class for a graduation ceremony on September twenty fourth after which they will officially be part of the department that risk so much every day for this city and is a beacon of hope and heroism around the world coming up the.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"On that day eighteen years ago I'm really looking forward to talking to him yeah because he was on the TV side of fries and right and what he had to do while a John tell the story so we have a few minutes ago a lot of great text about the show today and appreciate the people sharing their stories I asked the question before the break. could this happen again I guess of course the answer is yes we in the world we live in now with the the terrorism the ISIS is in the in the kind as of the world. certainly it could happen again. there's a different way to spend that question okay. would we respond as a country in the same way when we come together because we've seen what's happened in the last eighteen years this is probably and I have done to always use the argument is that is as bad as ever gotten yeah when it comes to the visit miss in our country but it's pretty bad people are not sharing ideas in a thoughtful. civil manner there yelling at each other yeah but this is different states I mean this is your fellow human being and something to impact in them and I think there's something that from our god and our core when something happens to somebody you want to go out of your way to do the best you can it's that I refuse to release the humanity of the US I just refuse to do that because I think that like I said at the core people are people and they understand that you need to help your human being in situations like that so I I hope that's the case because I I'm generally a positive person although some people will disagree at least some of the taxes and I'm getting a few of the why don't you start talking about it I don't get that money so it's hard for people to go back and revisit because it does conjure up such a difficult images and I understand that but the thing is is that if you don't remember you are setting yourself up for a repeat performance and that's all there and that's just a fact one of the techs is Justin reminds me of this hell never forget that evening on on a level one members of both political parties in Congress join hands on the capitol steps and saying god bless America where has that unity and patriotism since gone. well like you said it's going to be a very interesting political year and the site the lines will be definitively drawn for sure but one but I just refused to give up on the human spirit I just I just won't allow it to happen it for me and I don't think anybody shot it's a bit of a cliche but I say it once in a while miss so I still think this is the greatest country on the item to you know how I know that because other people from other places still want to come here if this country is as bad as some folks want us to believe I'm talking to mainly politicians here why is that they all want to come here to live to learn to raise their families right to celebrate the freedoms that we have I think there's a reason why that is and it's demonstrated it was demonstrated loudly and clearly on nine eleven and the days afterward I think that's when we came together as a country and I think that George Bush for may was so you nineteen in his speech standing on top of that rubble yeah we have some of that will play a little bit later because I just I I remember thinking yes it's like you always say people say you don't mess with Texas you're not muscle models that's it that's the that's the bottom line you have stepped into territory that you don't want to be in I can say about an event real quick attacks from the I can morning talk talking text line for the two six two one of most vivid memories I have the days weeks and months following nine eleven was amazing display of patriotism the American flag proudly flying in large numbers none of us forget that sadly such acts of patriotism dwindle as the years go by that's why we're talking about it one the show next writer WTMJ..

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"eighteen years" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Pulled eighteen years what would you like the power to do take the next step today and learn more about our good dot com when news time one fifteen now from the WFAN sports that scares Erica Herskovitz Hey Larry well after getting swept in back to back series by the Braves in Cobb is the massive now drop six straight or curly five games behind the Shah Cobbs for route second nationally wild card spot behind three other teams meanwhile met skipper McGee Callaway started to sound like a broken record says the Mets will have to put this week behind fast it's tough you know I think the last six games that's tough to swallow Rome but you you have to move on and off we we say this every time we lose you do you just you really do you have to move on re group we get to go on to Philly and and and take care of business Callaway on us and why the metal be hoping to turn things around tonight Philadelphia they'll be hitting the road for the first of three against the Phillies at citizens bank park Zack Wheeler Aaron nola the pitching match of first pitch WCBS eight eighty at seven oh five also tonight the Yankees shoot for a fifth straight win when they open up a weekend set against the aids at the stadium and we see sees about the of facing fellow south pine ten game winner Brett Anderson coverage on the fan pregame six twenty five earlier today the yanks placed your cell on the injured list with a groin injury the voice returns to the starting line of though he's been on the aisle since late July with a sports hernia it's the fifth day of play at the US open in flushing meadows were around three is in full swing right now Roger Federer lease Daniel Evans six two six two one love Alex the minority leads Kate issue Corey six two six worries down three one in the third set Caroline it pushed about liaisons divorce six one four six five four in the third the two thousand nineteen Ruckers football season kicks off tonight with the scarlet knights taking on UMass at S. H. I. stadium army is at home for right sports a fifteen and forty five round the clock errors go it's ten ten wins sports wins news time one seventeen while it may not be evident from new York's crowded streets a report says there's been an increase in people leaving the city to move elsewhere in the country Bloomberg news says based on census data New York leads all U. S. metro areas as the largest net loser with two hundred seventy seven people moving out every day that's more than double the axis of just a year ago however the blow is softened somewhat by an influx of immigrants Los Angeles and Chicago were next on the list of residents moving out a report says cities adding new arrivals include Dallas Phoenix Tampa Orlando Atlanta and Austin in Brazil fires in the Amazon rain forests are a major concern while on the other side of the world in Australia there's concern about the condition of another major.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Your home for eighteen years it's it's a trip so I'm gonna be too much of a hot mess to be on a Monday so I told him like I can't can't man I just can't I just not gonna happen I'm gonna be loading boxes into a car and I'm going to be a hot ever living mass and I you will you be able to talk to me on air I I'll just be it'll be horrific so am I my son's totally fine he's like this is great and he's still inside it and you've got all these bugs and then and then just man I was friends already he's one of the last one ten and another friend of his that the last to leave and so all his other friends already out of state it's just it's just really I mean it's exciting but it's also depressing at the same time because I remember when he was a little kid there's a quote that I always had on a magnet on the fridge and it's really cute to put stuff like this on your fridge when you're young you know when you're like I was twenty one I turned twenty one when I had him as a very young parents and it said the first thing that you give your children our roots in the second thing our wings and I wanna be like not the wings joking the inferior and that quote is always stayed with me I don't have a my fridge anymore but the court is always stayed with me and I want to go back to like my past self and be like Hey can I have friends I don't mean it Joe again but I still these I see all of these the stories about college brainwashing there's a friend of mine who was talking about her her son went to college at at Virginia Tech and she said that when Tatian was just full of propaganda and all of this stuff and when we did some college visits we saw some of that too but he is very very headstrong and his beliefs and I always think like if you think that I'm relentless and debate and all of that they the main thing this child so he's you know he's he's starting his started on his journey of becoming a man he's going to a nice young man and someone I just appreciate your prayers for an easy transition and for me not to cry my head off because I radio to do Wednesday when I come back so and and to my son best of luck and thank you guys everybody for your for your kind comments and support all right today stupidity is get too much for.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

18:06 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Be eighteen years or older to attend the music five hundred the White that number fire cracker five hundred but in the long and number three seventy five it was all you must say three seventy three yeah and sure is the what a six point seven KROQ.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"That never goes away. Planned Parenthood furnishes testosterone young women on an informed consent basis without requiring any psychological evaluation as you probably heard my wife's doctor, no other medicine works. This way. You can't walk into the doctor and say, I want cancer surgery right now and doctors you don't have cancer I wanted anyway, you're not gonna get it when it comes to transgenderism and rapid onset gender does for you. Then we just pretend that everything is fine. And that we can do whatever this person wants. And here's the thing if you say that this is wrong. If you say that this is barbarity, then you could be excised from polite society. How bad is the silencing? The parents themselves are terrified of saying anything. Imagine your child comes to you and says after eighteen years of being girl. No, actually, I'm a boy, and I found out about it because I went to gender. Studies course at Brown University. And some of my friends are doing it and I felt uncomfortable lately. And I really think down deep I'm a guy. I want to have a double mastectomy, and you're not. Not supposed to say. No. If you say, no, what makes you intolerance. It makes you cruel makes you unexpecting. It makes you a nasty person. This is the tyranny of expertise projected into a fake majority that doesn't agree with it. Abigail says ROTC afflicted adolescents, typically suffering Zion and depression at a difficult stage in life when confusion is at least as pervasive as fun. And there's everybody says that they ought to be having the time of their lives. I spoke with eighteen parents, fourteen of the mothers, all articulate intellectual educated in feminist. They burst with pride and daughters who until the RO GD spell hit or highly accomplished usually bound for top universities except for two mothers whose daughters have desisted all insisted on anonymity are terrified this mean stopped. They're terrified their daughters will discovered the death of their descent and cut them off their determined to use whatever influence they have left to halt their daughters, next voluntary disfigurement. But all these social forces are line against them churches, tried to change their liturgy for greater inclusiveness, therapists and psychiatrists say that all the parents can do is just a firm the team campus counselors refer students to clinics that dispense hormone on the first hormones on the first visit laws against conversion therapy, which purports to care homosexuality are on the books in fourteen states, but they don't just try to prevent curious to homosexuality. Many of these laws say that trying to change a person's gender identity is violative of the walls. You're breaking the law. If you as a psychiatrist say to a person who says they are of the opposite sex. No, you're not let's talk about this. This is the sort of tyranny we're talking about this tyranny of silencing is incredibly frightening, and it's incredibly ugly as well. And parents just they simply don't know what to do about it. Right. And what should they do about it? When a society tells them that they have to remain silent in the face in the face of this sort of societal, disapproval. You're a bad parent for doing this sort of stuff. I wanna talk a little bit more about this evening. Marshalling a pseudo expertise to force people to shut up in just a second. But I want to talk about an actual service that you can use to make your.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I'll call you today and here's how, much money I can give you do you want it Okay and I'm just telling you people five thousand dollars to a million dollars. On a regular basis I had a guy listen to this in Chicago I had a guy with. No credit score he was in business eighteen years Eighteen years as a roofer And I. Got him ten thousand. Dollars this isn't a, game this isn't a joke and here's. What I'm going to say I'm gonna put. My name on the line why would I do a live show that's area across this country On something that isn't true I would You guys would. Kill me You'd make me look bad Why? Would I come on. Air Do a live show And tell you the. Process of how things go and? Then not do it Why would I come on the air with something that sounds too. Good to be true. And it's just smoke that would make me look bad I'd be an idiot this show would be over in a week Think about it the whole country listens to this show I think. This particular show this. Is Aaron most of the country right now Okay Stop thinking that that that there's always someone out to get. You I understand the banks are. Bullies I understand they made you feel that. Way I. Understand they asked you for your house and your kids and your dog and your. Wife I get. That but so now there's another alternative because it happened to. Me I was done with these. Banks I'm. Done I'm. Done I'm going to be the ark angel for self-employed. People that's my. Goal you have a business Bank, account you're self. Employed you have money coming this. Week I think it's a, joke test. Me go ahead test. Me Shows you how old I am everyone Robert Conrad. Used to put that battery on. His shoulder and he would say go ahead. I dare. You go ahead I dare you gets an old commercially ever ready batteries I think. Shows you how. Old I am but anyway nonetheless listen to me I dare. You I dare you to prove. To me. That this. Is.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on Click

Click

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on Click

"Be evil slogan and they had for eighteen years and coming into africa where the regulations are often behind the west i don't know how much leeway they have and maybe that might be attraction as an attraction as well yeah they've chosen i rabi for instance from where you're talking to us now the availability of technical skills in their ob tends to be higher than lots of other places in the continent the cost of doing business and the general access to the continent is much higher narrow b but google has big office a lot of this ups are in africa rations come out of nairobi so it's kind of spreading the love on the continent at crafting is also great choice to be honest based on what i knew by that country and the city just seems like a natural choice as well to put it out there now elsewhere in africa we're going to go to addis ababa now and hear more about this severe robot now some people may have seen or heard about severe but she's say she meant to be she is quite a striking looking humanoid robots it's a real kind of tool site with a head that speaks to you talk to us affair she talks back he tells jokes and so on and certain everybody wants to look it up on video and say well narrow load videos of severe so people can get an idea so she's kind of celebrity right but i think i'm right in saying larry the first ever robot citizen also the press release says anyway he will see a citizen of saudi arabia i think audi arabia yes i remember that saudi arabia which is a lot of countries might so how does a robot get citizenship exactly and do they have the same rights as a human citizen i wonder but it yuppie is an interesting location because these people at icon labs have been working and they did some of the code i don't know what percentage but they say that some of the code on sophia the robot which has been getting a lot of which who say which way which will say well it's a fame it's an argument it has nurtured it's been getting a lot of attention as also in africa just about of what could be possible with this humanoid and getting it a staffer who's this study one year old founder of co clubs and ups they are doing also incredible things in up which is not somewhere that you usually pay a lot of attention no sure so so people who do want to see sufficient got the device gets invited bills give me a thumbs up i get invited onto chatchai's themselves the next time you see severe on the tv then you can say some of the k jimmy fallon oh yeah exactly yeah so so if you see severe on tv it's like some of the code was written in addis ababa where also the same people i coke people all behind i think something is arguably more important which is a teacher an ai teacher called your nettie who is there to help you teach young children through i'm here i'm harrick so just briefly tell us a bit about your annetta if you can i think that the important of your network being able to provide education to places in european but eventually this could be expanded across africa where teachers are usually very hard to come by the education systems are generally very underfunded and in cases where they are not that many that needed so much greater than the viability of this could be shipped at scale and at an affordable price i can imagine this blowing up across african for the s arben audiences and arben the people trying to teach the children african languages this could be huge game and i think that it's spun off from some of the technology that went into fair and it is really important as you say there is a crisis about teaching around world never do the demographic shifts me in assembly young people who need teachers not enough human beings today until and so we're going to have to rely on these sorts of technologies and they need to be made better and more effective to deliver that okay and what you look at the time on that night we're going to have to leave at sei thank you very much larry.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

Most Useful Podcast Ever

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

"When i was eighteen years auto part the i knew my body didn't work saying look the same after a while i finish it you're wrong i was told to doctor the dog the physical therapists wouldn't get any now twentieth couldn't neil i couldn't turn around just always uncomfortable a lot of figured how a muslim got soul and so the question vic might note and go with that came the bility to seven people usually is releasing that kind of locked situation epa chain to reflect pattern the body and so viewer no motor vehicle accident right that's just one example of the body changing drastically so fast if you're doing these patterns like sleeping in a bad position over and over that's right you don't know you're doing it that eventually onto and so being these releases and the older that you do the releases you're able to change the way you move your muscles are your first line of defense when it comes to movement for listeners who maybe they wake up and pain what practical advice you have should they get a lacrosse ball and try to release the muscles themselves should they go see a physical therapist both what would you recommend everyone part headquarters i would recommend religion your hip is right away could be sit all day right everything's in front of him when looking at computer screens we're looking at iphone so it's the hip vices the first thing i feel like everyone that i see is there a stretch the tease you to do that you'd recommend for that or an exercise or something for the hip lexus you have we have a youtube channel that we act as their youtube and there's a hip plans to release the hip flexor stretch we call it a keen kolba stretch and once you start moving in that joint in your gonna it works better too as well as you'd loot and you'll stand more wreck the more bright little thank you so much for talking to us i think this is very useful for our listeners checkout react physical therapies youtube channel thanksgiving for heaven i really appreciate it thank you.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eighteen years ago the other thing that we see very much predicting switching to trump is an increased sense of threat from china and the idea that trade is essentially a form of foreign aid that is helping them at our expense and that america is no longer going to be this dominant economic superpower that it once was where's the evidence though that it was status threat and not a sense of being left behind that motivated trump voters well what we know in political psychology about what happens when people feel threatened is the same thing most of us know from our everyday relationships when we feel threatened we tend to get defensive and we assert our dominance and our superiority one thing that we definitely see in the data is that between two thousand twelve and two thousand fourteen americans increase in their sense of social dominance meaning that they increasingly wanted to assert that some groups are just better than others and deserve to be on top and so forth this information comes from surveys and polls yes this is our representative national probability sample of the american public that was done at the same people in both two thousand twelve and two thousand sixteen you observed that the two thousand sixteen election pushed the issue of trade out of the shadows and into the forefront which directly refutes you wrote the long held belief among political scientists that political elites waltz before a blind audience when it comes to international issues blind no more i think that's the case the public was already more negative in general toward trade than political elites were but they didn't perceive there to be much of a difference between the republican and the democratic candidates for president on this issue trump capitalized on that that and really located himself much closer to the average american in terms of their reputations about trade when we talk about political movements we tend to assume kind of change from below percolating up you argue that the two thousand sixteen election turned that assumption on its head is that why it's been so hard to get the narrative right i think so and i think there is a tendency to over emphasize economics as an explanation for people's behavior we're used to thinking of big political changes as driven by the downtrodden.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Is a kind of a market head fake what is your take on where we go as the volatility issue over analysis is everything okay or or is this dogs still got some bark left in him yeah our footprint rather 'cause they can so member volatility is really uh a second order affected and derivative it you know volatility is is a measure of of market activity ex post so it's not the volatility that's causing the problem it's it's the investor complacency or investor panic that causes the problem so you know we've we've had investor complacency for a number of years now people are buying assets particularly equities particularly us equities and other developed market equities at prices that really just don't make sense right yeah amazon good hometown favorite it's a great company it's a great business they dominate the markets that they're in but there priceearnings ratio is too high and people say oh but they could turn on the prophet machine anytime ilie if they could they probably would have and uh one thing i i know is that any time people say oh the profits in the future will be so much hot air that it justifies me paying you know two hundred or three hundred times earnings it's never worked out in all of history night cisco in 2000 microsoft in 2000 you know microsoft eighteen years to get back to their previous peak cisco still down almost fifty percent from their peak in 2000 so there are these companies that just get to these silly valuations but as long as people keep buying and you know i it's almost silly to talk about but it it really is like the emperor has no clothes right yeah children's story as long as nobody's willing to speak up it will go on and it what it takes is the innocence of of the child who says wait a minute the king does that many close on oh no no he has beautiful clothes ever in years beautiful no i don't see any close there's no clothes there and and i think the same thing is true with with valuation is what it takes is somebody or somebody is to to wake up one day as so you know this just doesn't make sense it takes someone like yourself who who starts where where uh an investment adviser should start.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on WCTC

"It's bert good morning gene we need to know things are coming up a little bit later on in this halfhour speech i shall in studio guests for the eight o'clock hour while excited about the eight o'clock hour coming up hope you are as well so we'll give you some more information on that in just a bit while it is a tuesday morning and that means it's time for another addition of what's it worth with very blank from nationalists they jewelry buyers in east brunswick is with us here of course the eighteen th anniversary celebration continues eighteen years on route eighteen for berry and he joins us now on the jersey central newsmaker hotline good morning berry how are you good morning and how will your well thanks so much for joining us so once again today and i'm watching the market go up and down bury it's it's crazy big gains big losses that seemed like they're kind of go handinhand how does that impact gold and precious metal prices and what you do how how important to to what your you what you do is that uh that that stock market number and then the the activity on the stock market well the walker really an interesting thing co watch and i see why they uh as an observer because go used to be all the time that if stock market went up gold went down and look i'm the reverse is true also but in this case stock well could win down well it's actually this followed this is first prime it's really following go stayed steady it actually went up a dollar so but it it's a very strange market and people are really worried about the drop but proportionally a four percent drop in the market it's nothing and this would be gold right now meet just pull it off sir pull up the gold price he worked over the kid and right now it's actually puppy rallies interesting it's up eighty cents sixty hints excuse me from yesterday 1300 and.

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"eighteen years" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

GSMC Weird News Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen years" Discussed on GSMC Weird News Podcast

"Just way i heard you saw the work in here's the thing guys i saw this part of the show when are we wanted a just to find out if the guy said it in the way where there was the innuendo there are i went to go back and check because i know sometimes sometimes our species whether it be men or women we could say with a little things like you noble those small will the office jokes like that what she said type of thing that we said you now so wondering why that the find out if this woman add credibility to just be randomly insecure by this guy who has been in jail for eighteen years around the woman and not play the twice like no he didn't say he has asked for the car was some like okay well the guy in jail eighteen years you go find the guy in jail there's been in jail for eighteen years you remove him from jail and you're already insecure office eight the syndicate then they go to the car wash inner is a camera in the car in the guy is takes his shirt off in the car it starts kissing on the woman and she's like oh my gosh you're gonna give me kicking out the church stop stop stop she takes the guy shirt inputs over the cameras in the car we don't know what happens in the car was they go to eat some where they go somewhere to go we or whatever right he's having a welcome home party bias burns he's been in jail eighteen years welcome allparty they're eaten winedrinking cheese and sorry eating cheese ge drinking wine in the woman's like hey told him never never going to do with your baby momma right and he's like in every never of deal with their blah blah blah his daughter decides to surprising because daughter was gonna make it star pops up so does the baby momma in the woman leaves gobert as you said i would never have to deal with her and what he what do you mean deal what they're like see as a kid advocate buyer they weren't even dorni thing so her level of insecurity is.

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