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"elbert" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"They're basically all gray. Yeah, and they're also fed a steady diet of paranoia and doomsday news and paranoia news. And it infiltrates their brain. So, you know, you could also go outside and plant a flower and drink in some sunshine. Take a walk. Yeah. Yeah, it is. It's very sad. I'm not mad at them. I feel bad for them. I'm mad at the people who profit off of it, the ones who like stoked those claims. I consider them, they're like expansive thinkers with small minds. That's what the leaders of conspiracy theorist kind of world remind me of, you know? No, but otherwise you're right. It's a very sad life. It is 'cause you're just scared or mad all the time. All the time. That's my soapbox. All right, we'll mention freemasons and take a break and reveal some clues here. But obviously the freemasons are going to pop up anytime you talk about the new world order. Itself, of course, is a small town in Georgia. So there are freemasons there. Samuel elbert, who founded alberton, built a masonic lodge, a lot of people say that finlay and Martin were both masons, which is no big surprise in a small town. That's a very common thing for civic and business leaders to be mason. So, but freemasons are always targeted with conspiracy minded stuff. So of course they were going to be mentioned as well. You can go listen to our episode on masons that we did years and years ago. Many years. So let's take that break and we'll come back and perhaps reveal the real identity of
"elbert" Discussed on Ulti Soch
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"elbert" Discussed on The Burt (Not Ernie) Show
"Maybe not but do we actually have anything to fear. When we know the end result is he will fill his house with glory and splendor. Thank you lord. We have nothing to fear. That's going to be a good day for us. Who are in christ and You know what. I saw an instagram ad. Recently for these hoodies and they say heaven is my home. Just hear recruiting. I really kinda like that. Yeah let's take as many people with us. Let's get people into the kingdom not. Everybody is going to respond when you share with them. But you know what you never know who might and thank you. Lord that as many would be saved as possible. That's a great prayer to pray before like the shaking before the real. You know what. I mean for the end of it all comes. Let's let's be about the lord's work and we know that his heart is for all to christ he went down to perish. He means it when he says he wants to perish. So okay we want to see god glorified all the time. At least we should want to. I hope you want to. We should want to see his splendor. We should be drawn to the glory of god if we love him. We should really get super excited about things like this. We should wanna see that super abundantly happening in situations in times. Like these okay. I'm gonna post the verses in the show notes and also a couple of things real quick one of them me and i got so wrapped up in this message. I did not do this in when i wanted to. Do this. oops sorry my bad. So i'm in this new mastermind and it's really great and the women i connected with. It's like it felt. Like i learned a zillion it just one day yesterday but one of them had seen me speak at a home school conference i think or something probably and she thought that my name was jan. Elbert amethyst talker got a slowdown. It's terrible like j. n. an last name e. l. b. e. r..
"elbert" Discussed on The Burt (Not Ernie) Show
"People sign up for things that i offer at different places and i had like a twenty one days of prayer freebie and some things i've given away a homeschool freebie encouragements for homeschool moms. And i'm seeing like this uptick of more sign up. So i don't usually like i don't send out a lot because our in boxes are just so full already but i'm seeing this uptake and i'm like well you know I could just actually. It's not me thinking. Well i know. It's the lord laying on my heart. Just start sending out like a prayer and a bible verse not very often. Maybe just a little bit of info about the next podcast link to whatever the the most recent podcast is I think it needs to be better about encouraging my listeners and readers with promises so that's the plan stand is not talking about a lot of emails and you're not talking about lengthy meals talking about. Here's a verse. Here's a quick prayer for you. Here's a link to the podcast. That and have a blessed day in our in boxes are full minds full. I don't this email. Every everyday steph is ridiculous as email every week stuff. I almost feel like that's kind of ridiculous. You might hear from me once or twice a month but you can find that on. Jan elbert dot com. If you'd like to sign up okay now here we go you ready. So there's this video that..
"elbert" Discussed on WJR 760
"Lakes. 7 60. Gotta you J R sitting in today, Steve Mitchell. And we're back again with Patrick Anderson. I think Michigan's top economists Patrick, why did you finish up what we're talking about? And tell us what do you think the long term ramifications are going to be if we do have this $6 trillion stimulus package five times more money than was spent in any year by the new deal during the 19 thirties. Unfortunately, Steve, what you're going to see is a large amount of money going to people who who didn't lose their jobs. I mentioned this march 24th article Detroit News that I wrote on the opinion page estimating that 90% of the American rescue plan went to middle class and half one people, including stimulus checks being sent to households making $150,000 a year. I am money going to governments where their average employee was getting paid over $100,000 a year. And you know what happens when you send that Send that kind of money to be people who are basically not in need. They spend it on and we're in a situation now where you see housing prices going up. You see some commodity prices going up a short term risk is We're gonna have inflation America again for the first time this whole century. Another risk is for people are retiring. Retiring are looking for that Social security. I mean, if you were counting on it before You better start thinking because this kind of borrowing really puts a country at risk. Even a country of strong is United States and So it it's actually very concerning to me because we are you know, we're in uncharted waters were literally this is the green new deal that Bernie Sanders and others talked about in terms of the scale of it. And it's not. It's not being designed to do what the new deal did, which was Electrify rural areas. Well defense plants and aerospace, build housing and lend money to private businesses. Those those were all new deal programs and That's not what we're doing now, now. It certainly isn't Patrick Anderson. Thank you very much for your analysis of this. I really appreciate you having here having you here on 7 60 wjr radio. If you've got some thoughts, give us a call at 808 590. W J. R 808 590957. Greg in Shelby Township. What are your thoughts on this stimulus spending? Hey, Steve. Mr Positive. Thanks for taking my call. Um I think it's a subtle way. Come to the conclusion that it's these bailouts and the stimulus Trying to change our socio economic structure of this country. Um, you know, people don't want to go back to work because it would be easier to get the money from The government not work. They're getting more money from the government. And they would have if they went toe Work number one number two. Um, now all of a sudden, you hear people banding about Well, the employer is not paying us enough. Well. If you're an entrepreneur, and you're a business owner. What is the right amount that someone should be paid? Do you do I pay Steve Mitchell $50 an hour, So I I no longer have my business because I really can't afford you. But I need employees. So I'm caught between a rock and a hard place and number two real quick When it comes to the cove, it People that are for or against it. If you've almost died, what Ted Nugent did, he said. And you. You want the cove it If you don't get the cove it then you're under the decision off. Well, Governor Whitman's wrong governor. You know, we got open up the country, so I guess there's two sides. Whether you've got the cover, you know, some of it died from the cove it or people that haven't got the cove it and just don't recognize or empathize with the people that have got the cove it or people that have died from the cove it so that there's only two positions in this, my friend. Like. Well, thank you. Thank you for your thank you very much for your thoughts on this great. We really appreciate it. Robert from Northville also has some thoughts on the discussion we had with Senator Mike Shirky earlier today about anti bodies. What do you think on this, Robert? Let us know. Hello. Hi, Robert. You're on the air. Yeah, I'm sorry. I thought you said Northville. I'm Roseville. Anyway. You are indeed for one. Just a some knowledge. The people who were in their mid to late nineties who had been through the Spanish flu still showed either T cell. Uh, anybody's Or natural antibodies in their system from the Spanish flu in 1918. Okay? As for Justus, a quick note. As for Kensi and economics in 1938 All off President Roosevelt's economic people were before the House and Senate committees, saying they had spent more money than the country had spent in its entire existence. And it had done absolutely nothing. Be the unemployment rate when he took office was 23.2% the unemployment rate on December 7th 1941 was 22.8%. I defy you to find a half a percent of unemployment that actually accomplished that damn thing. We didn't get out of the depression until 1952. Big and it was the first time the government ever tried to fix a depression and it was an abject failure. Well, I know a lot of economists. Conservative economists will say that it really did not result in the success that they hoped for. With that massive amount of spending that was done during the new deal, Buddy president, Baby It exacerbated it. I made it worse. And that's what other economists say as well. We really appreciate your thoughts on this today. Robert from Roseville, and not from Northville Salvator from Lenox Township. Yes. I called about this disc over Needs to be investigated from the beginning. The origins. And manufactured this and spread worldwide because somebody's got to be accountable for millions of gets. Maybe three years old. I lived through the Second World War and Cicely. And I have gone through hell. Six years in the army. Million gun hold about everything, and I'm a patriot. Well, it's it's Ah, America was built by accident like somebody's gotta be accountable. I agree. Thank you very much. I appreciate your thoughts on that Salvador really happy that you called in today and thank you very much for your service. We certainly appreciate it very much coming up later on today on this show at 11 o'clock, we're going to have the chair of the Michigan Appropriations Committee, Thomas Elbert, talking about appropriations issues and using the power of the purse to try to balance Legislative versus Executive power..
"elbert" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Yes if if you know who this is old. He was born and raised in. Elbert lena some that they have a little honorary statue for eddie cochran. He was a rocker in the fifties. I love this. He did it at some other. Good stuff but this was his main song summertime blues. Yeah 'cause trying to make a dollar and he can't in can't go to work because of course he was sick and say you can't go out because you just didn't work a lick. It is being a teenager in the fifties was such trauma. Dear well i end to tell you that. I have a little show here on sunday mornings this sunday morning. At eight o'clock right here on northern colorado's voice thirteenth aka. I'm going to do my show called senior circle and we talk about. Things somewhat usually pertain to seniors. Not exclusively. But that's what the name of the show is a talk a lot about travel. So if you like to travel you don't wanna miss my show but this time i was concerned about something that i saw in the aarp bulletin and of course the a apart r. p. that's that's for retired persons. The american association retired persons or something like that. That's what a r p stands for. But anyway they sent out a bulletin. I'm a member. So i'm i'm not too wild about politics but i i liked their health insurance so i belong aright. Here's an here's an email. I got yesterday at my own email. Alright this says thank you for shopping with amazon dot com. This is a confirmation text that your order number well in this game as an email but they said it was a taxed or a number one one by blah blah of foreign. Lg refrigerator has been shipped to get more details on shipment please contact and then he gives a one eight hundred eight six six number or one one eight six six is at its forget the eight hundred a it's a. It's a toll free number. That's what i'm trying to tell you to call that number. You know what happens if you call that number. I don't know exactly. But i'll betcha know what happens. They say oh well. We must have a mistake here. Somehow we have an order here for you. One one one seven ever blah blah blah so in order to get this cancelled. We're gonna need some information so that we can properly get. This order cancelled for you where we're so sorry so sorry that this happened But all you need to do is give us everything you know your birthday. Your bank account numbers your goosebumps know all that stuff. They're fishing for information from people and often they send this out to people who they know are old now they no. I'm old because i am. It's just yes some will do women ever tell their age. But but i'm not either. I'm just old okay. But nonetheless i get this stuff all right now. Here's the problem if you look at where this email came from. Here's the address that it came from amazon. A r d. a d. A are are seeing it. That's what it says. D. a. r. s. h. i. s. i n. g. h. That sounds like it's from. India doesn't it lot of scams come from india and then it says gee mail dot com. They only put amazon at the beginning of it. Because they want you to think it's from amazon but it's not it's from somebody in india who's trying to get your personal information when you call that number. Dear was a story in the aarp bulletin recently about scams and how especially older people are scammed out of all kinds of money. An on my show on sunday. I'm going to go into that in detail as to exactly the kinds of things that they do and you don't have to be old to get scammed by this and you don't have to have a room temperature. Iq to get scanned by this. You can be an intelligent person. Who's concerned that. There's an order here that you didn't place then. You need to get that fixed in by golly this person on the they're so good at talking to you. Well if you need an extra minute take him. You need to go for a drink of water. Need to go the bathroom copy here. How's your mom. Oh your voice sounds so you sound much younger than that. Yeah that's the kind of stuff they pull on you. Then they try to gain your confidence in the next thing. You know you're spilling information and they drain your bank account or charging gazillion dollars your credit card or whatever. It's so sad when these kinds of things happen but catch my show at eight o'clock right here on sunday morning and i'm going to go into a lot of detail about the kinds of things that they do to scan you and and then no sooner than i'd been doing the background for that sh the show that i'm going to do the show on sunday. Then i get this in the email. An email happens all the time. You probably get these two just zappa. Just toss them in your spam folder and zap them. Don't call don't do anything. If amazon really wanted to get a hold of you you would know why because you would have done business with them and it wouldn't say amazon at adar sing. Whatever that person Spelled it for you can't pronounce it but but anyway seven six four three gmail.com con me con man. There was a picture in this latest issue of the are people at the end that i'm gonna talk about on sunday. There's a lady who there's a picture of her on her computer camera holding a box a shipping box with ten thousand dollars in cash in it that she was going to send these people. Fortunately somebody caught that. They took over the whole thing before she as she already shipped it. But before it got delivered they got to the people at fedex and fedex pulled the shipment. This lady was sending somebody ten thousand dollars in cash. And i don't know the details of what kind of scam. That was but that person must have been one heck of a scammer in order to get somebody to cough up that kind of money usually tell you your grandson's in jail and you need to send bail money. I've always told my kids you're getting jail. You're on your own. You figure it out. Don't bother me dot go bail you out and guess what none of my kids have ever been in jail but just told don't don't even try don't even know don't even make the call. I'll let you rot there. Figure it out. Get out of there yourself. I'm not putting up any bail. Okay take a breath. john. We've got some of the good stuff for you real soon right here on northern colorado voice. Thirteen ten kfi from the auto collisions mitchell studios. I'm john clark in for gail party. Northern colorado's for thirteen ten. Kfi the block party wednesdays from four to ten pm in the nuggets. Get back to the western conference finals. Listen to the whole show for the latest denver. Sports stories on thirteen ten. Kfi here. We are back at the coming up. Well actually what we're doing. We're coming up on seven o'clock like a freight train and john clark. You're with you this morning for gale. She's out getting their shot. Anyway i want to tell you that this is thirteen ten. Kfi greeley fort collins loveland..
"elbert" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Yeah, tomorrow morning. We got problems, Daddy! Hard times. Hard times overnight snow up to three possible and so this time tomorrow be different story for the commute for sure, and then more again on Thursday, and so it goes because it's a winner. Y'all. It's lonely here on 700 wlw, and we're a couple minutes away from news and tip is here with three things. I'm sure a lot of Super Bowl related stuff. She's going to take her gloat victory lap over Tom Brady. And in the meantime, Amy and Cleaves on 700 wlw Amy should be paying people not to work. Well, here's my thing. I was listening to you Speak with the gentleman from the HR. I don't remember the name of the company. But I mean, I think a lot of times you're what you're seeing is women or men with child care issues. Because, you know, Grandma and Grandpa all used to watch the kids. So now you've got to be careful about letting your kids around elderly people, right? So So you get a warehouse job that pays $18 Now orbit a second shift, and you've got two young Children. Yeah. What do you do right now? That's cutting into your $18 an hour because childcare is awful expensive. And then trying to find it. And then you get you know twice When I was working, I was exposed Supposedly to someone that had it. I was told to quarantine. I mean, there's just a lot of other faster. The people I associate with would not want to prefer it would not prefer to sit around and collect on appointment, their career people. Yeah, you're in. You're making probably more than unemployment would be able to pay you anyway. But I wonder, yeah. Love to see the demographics of that If you're on that, you know that $15 an hour plus because you know we hear about from from well, people like you know Bridget Kelly and others to talk about how we need $15 an hour because you're trying to raise a family, but Largely 15 bucks an hour is more of, you know, introductory wages or if you're a retiree, supplementing your income, maybe Ah, spouses working things like that. That's what makes up the minute. But you know if you're going to if you're younger and you're working, and this is your job and your livelihood, and they're paying you more and you don't have kids, Yeah, I could totally see staying home like my stand up on my son. He's like, well, making more money being unemployed right now, so it's good doesn't have any dependence, and he's living the life right. Whereas if you have family Now, the sudden that money Well, you know, I could stay home and watch my kid and I don't have to worry about the day care, and I know a couple of people were doing that to write. But I just think overall, most people maybe it's just too I'm exposed to would not prefer to sit around and clucked unemployment. I just think there's other factors that are like I said, exposure to it, kid. Being around, Elbert. You know, like I said, there's just a lot of other factors. I don't believe that most people would prefer to take it because it's a few dollars more. Whatever. That's just my opinion. Amy. Thanks for the call. Be well Appreciate. You listen to the Scots Alone Show here. 700 wlw. News, traffic and Weather News Radio 700. W L JEALOUSIES. Cincinnati Moving into record territory on Wall Street with the 9 30 Report and Brian Columns breaking down opening Bell just sounded. A minute ago on Wall Street. And already there are new records falling for both the Dow, the S and P 500 Index and the NASDAQ exchange, all of them now up it their highest levels that they have been following the rally that started last week on Wall Street. The numbers for the Dow's show an increase of 128 points right now to 31,000. To 79 S and P 500 index is at 3900 right now. That's up 17 points and the NASDAQ index is just under 14,000 already up. 72 points in trading today. Now latest.
"elbert" Discussed on KOMO
"Some 6500 pharmacies around the country will receive a total of one million doses of vaccine crucial to combat more contagious variants. Now emerging British officials going door to door testing. UK Scientists identified a few isolated samples of the UK vary it with a mutation that's similar to the Brazilian and South African strains and a new troubling warning from experts here. If the South African variant becomes dominant, there's a risk of reinfection. Even if you've been infected with the original virus that there is a very high rate of reinfection to the point where previous infection does not seem to protect you. Against reinfection. The very it's threatening to bring on a deadly spike in cases across the country this spring, a new forecast projecting another 200,000 Americans could die in the next three months. If safety protocols are not followed the vaccine rollout gaining speed, but only 7.8% of the U. S population have gotten the vaccine. In Arizona, Gwen and Mike Elbert together for 53 years. Got the virus over Christmas. They died eight days apart, saying goodbye over. Zoom If we had that vaccination, you know, just Or six weeks earlier. They would probably still be here with us. An empty metal box has been renovated and is now fulfilling the lives of seniors in a care home just north of the border. Come was Brian Calvert explained this who knew that the answer to how do you safely visit a loved one in an assisted care home can be spotted almost daily out on the sound who knew? Joy Lego. That's who. The Australian woman is seen as one of the innovators of sorts of this new idea involving converting not a ship, but a.
"elbert" Discussed on KOMO
"For now, some 6500 pharmacies around the country will receive a total of one million doses of vaccine crucial to combat more contagious variants. Now emerging British officials going door to door testing. UK Scientists identified a few isolated samples of the UK vary it with a mutation that similar to the Brazilian and South African strains and a new troubling warning from experts here. If the South African variant becomes dominant, there's a risk of reinfection even if you've been infected with the original virus. That there is a very high rate of reinfection to the point where previous infection does not seem to protect you against reinfection, the various threatening to bring on a deadly spike in cases across the country this spring, a new forecast projecting another 200,000 Americans could die in the next three months if safety protocols are not followed. Vaccine rollout gaining speed, but only 7.8% of the U. S population have gotten the vaccine in Arizona, Gwen and Mike Elbert, together for 53 years, got the virus over Christmas. They died. Eight days apart, saying goodbye over Zoom If we had that fascination, you know, just for six weeks earlier. They would probably still be here with us. Maybe sees even Pilgrim reporting The Super Bowl comes up. On Sunday, President Biden plans to do a pre game interview with CBS President Biden continues a White House Super Bowl Sunday tradition and interview with the network broadcasting the championship game. The president will sit down with CBS News anchor Norah O'Donnell. The interview will air during the pregame show. Mr Biden is a big sports fan. He was in Minneapolis in 2018 with his wife, Jill. Tow watch their beloved Philadelphia Eagles win the Super Bowl. Biden's were even on the field for the post game celebration with the players. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Business in Kennewick, offering an unusual discount if you can prove you've had the covert vaccine green to go sells marijuana products in the owner is offering what he believes.
"elbert" Discussed on KOMO
"Quickly. For now, some 6500 pharmacies around the country will receive a total of one million doses of vaccine crucial to combat more contagious variants. Now emerging British officials going door to door testing. UK Scientists identified a few isolated samples of the UK vary it with a mutation that similar to the Brazilian and South African strains and a new troubling warning from experts here. If the South African variant becomes dominant, there's a risk of reinfection even if you've been infected with the original virus. That there is a very high rate of reinfection to the point where previous infection does not seem to protect you against reinfection, the various threatening to bring on a deadly spike in cases across the country this spring, a new forecast projecting another 200,000 Americans could die in the next three months if safety protocols are not followed. Vaccine rollout gaining speed, but only 7.8% of the U. S population have gotten the vaccine in Arizona, Gwen and Mike Elbert together for 53 years. Got the virus over Christmas. They died eight days apart, saying goodbye over. Zoom If we had that vaccination, you know, just Or six weeks earlier. They would probably still be here with us. That's a B C's Even Pilgrim reporting we have an ABC News update. Next. Come on, Whose time 11 28. With so many great options to choose from in the sheets. Three for five app sampler. You'll have plenty to share mix and.
"elbert" Discussed on KOMO
"Quickly. For now, some 6500 pharmacies around the country will receive a total of one million doses of vaccine crucial to combat more contagious variants. Now emerging British officials going door to door testing. UK Scientists identified a few isolated samples of the UK vary it with a mutation that similar to the Brazilian and South African strains and a new troubling warning from experts here. If the South African variant becomes dominant, there's a risk of reinfection even if you've been infected with the original virus. That there is a very high rate of reinfection to the point where previous infection does not seem to protect you against reinfection, the various threatening to bring on a deadly spike in cases across the country this spring, a new forecast projecting another 200,000 Americans could die in the next three months if safety protocols are not followed. Vaccine rollout gaining speed, but only 7.8% of the U. S population have gotten the vaccine in Arizona, Gwen and Mike Elbert together for 53 years. Got the virus over Christmas. They died eight days apart, saying goodbye over. Zoom If we had that fascination, you know, just Or six weeks earlier, they would probably still be here with us. Florida's senators are among those sharing their grief over the deaths of two FBI special agents. Those agents were killed yesterday morning while trying to serve a warrant in Broward County Senator Marco Rubio says this service is yet another reminder that the courageous members of law enforcement to put their lives on the line every day to make our communities safer. Senator Rick Scott tweeted that the brave individuals proudly answered the call to serve the nation and worked every day to protect the family's more from ABC is Victor of Kendo. The FBI, no mourning the loss of special agents, Daniel Health and Laura Schwarzenberger. According to authorities, Federal agents were serving the search warrant in summarized Florida They knocked to announce their presence and when there was no answer. Reached the door immediately coming under rifle fire words development working our way up waiting to strike down officers. Authorities say the suspected gunman was being looked into. It's part of a child pornography investigation. SWAT teams rushing to the scene, this man saying the shots woke him up. At least 20 rounds. Continuous bam bam fan fan. Fan. Officials say the suspect died of a self inflicted gunshot wound. One of the deceased agents honored with a solemn procession, officials saluting the flag draped Bernie they were valuable members of the FBI. And will forever be heroes. President Biden, sending his condolences put their lives on the line. It's a hell of a price to.
"elbert" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Me at Lena's news and talk Trouble tonight. 20. The West Freeway will track down in less than three minutes and seven of nine. Every time temperature is 28. Some state lawmakers want to restore covert vaccines to an Elbert county provider who has been suspended for vaccinating teachers. Early six month suspension was issued by the Department of Public Health after the medical center of Elberton use some of its allotment to vaccinate teachers in the county who have returned to face to face learning but are not included in the first phase of vaccinations. I'm just disappointed all around with it and it gets a terrible ruling. I think it's very unfair to them. Nickel Center. Representative Rob Leverett, who represents Elbert County, says he's doing what he can to get the suspension lifted. The hospital says it just wanted to use the doses before they expired from the state Capitol center. Parish 95.5 WSB Buford State. Rep. David Clarke returns to the House chamber with proof of the negative covert test. He presents private results and then takes another test of the capital. I went down to the test. Because I want to get See the table towards my district, but I still stand by what I said. That we're not using the source is how we should rules. This session required twice weekly covert testing of lawmakers. Metro Atlanta adds 25,000 jobs in December. That's the eighth straight month of economic growth, according to the state Department of Labor, But Atlanta still has ground to make up the metro areas down more than 72,000 jobs. Year over year. Atlanta shows the most job growth in the state but also accounts for most of the jobs lost in the pandemic closes, Hiring Springs, the busy season for home improvement. Closes filling 50,000 positions nationwide, including 750. Here in Metro Atlanta would be hires can apply for permanent full time, part time and seasonal openings. You can text jobs to lows to find out what's available lows, is hosting an interview day February 17th. WSB news time 7 11. Love it. It's after seven o'clock. Here are the final morning drive of the week. Some worries about some icy patches out through this morning, We'll check back with air traffic team after ws meeting where all the scrapped Melas joins us and one of the coldest mornings we've had lately. And how long do we stay below freezing? All right, Scott that we should go back above freezing between nine and 11 in most places, plenty of sunshine, just a few passing clouds. Hi around 51 Loaded Night round 30 tomorrow Increasing cloudiness. High 52 Sunday rain showers 90% likely in the morning turning mostly cloudy to partly cloudy in the afternoon high 64 low 37. Recapping the forecast for today. Mostly sunny to partly sunny and ah Hi, Ron 51 Wake up Temperatures. Canton, 27, Snellville 29 Acworth 27 Stockbridge 30 28 on Peachtree Street. I'm meteorologist Kirk Knowledge 95.5 WSB at 7 12 back to the WSB Sky Captain Mark McKay is that icy patches this morning. They're causing this rash of accidents, Or is it something else We've got one night He packed the mark. Terrible Serve up in a moment. It's in a spot. We usually see it. But mostly it's just folks that are running into each other. But doing that a lot this morning on I 85 leaving Gwinnett County.
"elbert" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast
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"elbert" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast
"Really nothing on. Tv i watch espn almost every day. Unless i'm Nightingale are you familiar with the name. Let know nothing about he he was. He's a guy. Tom i guess you'd say he's he's in. What would you even call. He's motivator against the He he has a bunch of youtube youtube videos. Blogs basically you know just teaching the mind Or teaching how to control your mind and control your thought in control your your habits everyday spending you know. Basically he talks about being a man. But it can correlate for men or women That is something that i can say that. I've actually listened to several several several times. His different you know different. I guess you would say to So that's not something that i would just everyday recommend but you put me on the spot in. That's one of my go-to is if i'm having a bad day no yesterday or need like that His name is ron biting gale and he has a bunch of stuff on youtube manage. Check out his voice. It's kinda creepy. If i wouldn't listen to him right before i would get up and you know. Listen to him in the mornings because he has one of those that those those unsolved voice. Okay talking amount. Yeah when i'm preview voices his message. Is everything all right. I appreciate that scheduling. What is a favorite failure. You have in any aspect of your life. Favorite failure probably getting cut from the basketball team. Eighth grade okay Eight grade was probably the most pivotal year. I will say adolescence From football and basketball eighth grade was the first year that i didn't start football offense or defense We had a key come over By the name odeal bill. He was an animal. He was better than me. Bigamy faster than me. He just so happened to play quarterback utah. He came over man and and we ended up going undefeated. We you know beat our arch nemesis to bulldogs for the first time. ever My eighth grade year. But i dealt with a bunch of You know just. I just couldn't find myself already. The little kid all ball out you know only near to me was that i was able to still be the quarterback you know everybody's growing pass me getting bigger faster than me But always just competitive So he ended up taking the team to undefeated season in. I just remember the entire season just kept telling people. I don't care i don't care basketball player. I don't care what basketball player awfully basketball anyway is for the play basketball in eighth grade year. Rolled around I i had that attitude always the only returning seventh-grader from the team. You know how middle school bath played a john. Marshall and i just had that you know i had to show people that football didn't affect me and i didn't realize that if the sigma basketball game i've just had that that i don't care the and i ended up getting cut eight And i was by far. Probably if i wasn't be best i'll off the top to top the rebound team and it was a humbling experience because coach. Nash taught me a lot..
"elbert" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast
"You know you beat up on everybody here. There's several different opportunities for you to go play for different championships in different states. Sure you know what i mean with a. You may wabe a football. We don't have that right so it's harder for free to make a name here in football than it would be any other sport few or you know you know. I guess other than basketball sure so it. It hurts to some degree but it helps when you get to your destination. Are you have that for me. I had the chip on my shoulder. Okay you don't think. Kansas kids can play. Football will let me show you. You know what. I mean so for me. It motivated me more than anything And i'm just one of those guys where i have a lot of A lot of pride You know a lot of Just love and loyalty for my city. Come from So where i went. Or wherever i go i feel like that should be their niche being. Wichita you know what i mean. You're do the token keaton on tom's etta team dan. It hurts To some degree But it can help also you just have to turn your positive into a negative. I mean tire negatives into a positive in and you will see great results. You know what. I mean at the end of the day for it so share. Do you think there's a kind of a solution for that to get more exposure like if we have a spring flag league for high school kids which something like that. Yeah we we do have a ring flag circuit Like i said. I have a football program that Right now called. Wichita week American football club ago. Yeah yeah and that's exactly what i'm going to Try to Get this city to push. is a spring circuit To give kids seeing Because we don't we don't have we don't have enough examples don't have enough down. We don't have enough platforms in enough against guys. That have done it still any if that makes anything yeah. I know that. I've been distant from the game for the last five or six years ago when i was down football football but But now like. I said i'm going to get this program up and running due to covid kind of slow me down a little bit sheriff. But i'm glad because i wasn't ready. I'm not ready. Yeah it'd be too right. Tom and i'm going to get as many kids as i can into a program And get these kids graduated and you get off to college in in In in big. Thanks for this evening man. That's what. I'm hoping that there's anything i can help promote or anything. I love that idea. So i mean i played football. I went out. I went to andover. Central outmanned over. And i i i know high school football. I mean kids love high school football. We're not texas but people love high school football. And i know there's a lot of kids that wanna make it to that next level that Shot so and that's what i want to try to provide. You know what. I mean that that that quote unquote that. Aau football team sure. That's exactly what i'm trying to put together. Love him and i love it so we're going to pivot a little bit. We talked a lot about football. I'm gonna talk a little bit about your music. So skinny chip he added. Can you talk about the name a little bit..
"elbert" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast
"It's junior college for us. It's the first step of college. But i'm not who some of the people that you compete against agitate of state is like their second or third option. You know they're so it was kind of you know it's kind of it's kind of out outing notes. Say it's a very very competitive having a bunch of division one five star four star athletes On one field. And then you have a bunch of you know no name. One star two star. Kansas kids think they're you know everything in a bag of chips. And then you put all at one low of steady. You know what. I mean having them fight it out in in you know when those kansas kids were better It definitely created a lot of a lot of chaos in the locker rooms and they hated to see kansas. Kids use But that was one of the reasons watchos butler because You know. I could just tell that they were all about winning share. They will put the best person on the field regardless of of state. Yeah for sure re there. 'cause you when did you graduate high school two thousand four okay. So you were there right when bowlers. I can the primetime. Winning national champions left and right right yeah absolutely. They had just won the championship the year before And we play for a title my freshman year We ended up losing To pearl river And then the next season we were ranked number one all year and then we lose one game. really a game that we shouldn't have lost. We blew the team earlier in the season. you know. But but behind the scenes stories about that game Being number one in the nation. And you know of course. We're butlers so we're like alabama you lose one game you know everybody's trying to tell you so. We ended up not playing for the national title that year. You know would you see what it is was off detroit..
"elbert" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast
"This is the place it up to my first breath this is. This is the place where you know. I had my first touchdown have my first my first far have my first girlfriend and i drove my first call. This is all i So for me which means life with another episode which podcast. My name's leeann today sponsor is il primo espresso cafe. There are two locations at woodland in central and also downtown at the epicenter tried out today. They have some of the best coffee in town. Today's guest is elbert mack. Aka skinny chip he added albert. Grew up in the northeast. Part of wichita and currently lives here albert attended butler county community college. Where he played football he went on to play at troy and then with tampa. Bay buccaneers new orleans saints in houston texans in the nfl. He now owns the barbershop. Midwest blends on thirteenth in with woodland. He's evolved in several more things which we touch on a little bit in the podcast. I love hearing his story. And how he made it in. German conversation with albert mack. I'm here with elbert. Mack aka skinny chip he added. We'll get into that a little bit. But can you tell the listeners. A little bit about yourself like you said name is over mac I'm born raised. Wichita kansas Which ought to be exact School here like i said this is home. Graduated from troy university in alabama and and ended up once in nfl. I played a little sports all sports. You know growing up on the football. I'm your fires all right awesome So what part of town did you grow up in high school to go to l. Went to wichita north redskins. Yeah i think that's controversial one way or another nowadays but redskin for life Yeah not right. You must always risking. I'm sticking by I went to school there so they they know the meaning of. Yeah for sure did you. You said you played all the sports. What all you play in high school a play basketball football and track. Okay very cool. Did you think that was gonna kinda get you out of wichita going to play college or when did you realize you go..
First U.S. Case of Highly Contagious Coronavirus Variant Is Found in Colorado
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Colorado first state in U.S. to confirm new, more contagious strain of COVID-19
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Charges dropped against Aboriginal chief in violent arrest
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High-Speed Chase Through Dallas Ends With At Least 1 In Custody
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Interview with Taylor Stevenson
"We're really happy to have all the way from Texas Taylor Stevenson joining us. Who actually flies with the with the Torah Act? So thank you for coming up in being with us today. Yeah absolutely the scared look is also what I have in the cockpit as well same holds true for all for all of US above average pilots. which is everybody coming in to landing? Cleef so Taylor before we sort of dive into what you do these days With Torah and all that all that cool stuff I I always love to go back to go back to the beginning and and find out how what was it about aviation how did you. How did you get involved? Do you remember the first thing you loved aviation where your model. I don't actually remember the first thing about aviation because it's just always been in the family So I was blessed to have grown up with my Dad Gordon Stevenson who I guess when I was born he used to scuba dive and ski and all that stuff and he's like yeah. I can't really do that with a little kid. What can I do? And so He'd always wanted to fly. My grandfather father was a flight engineer on B. Twenty four's in the Pacific with a three eightieth bomb group and so he had always grown up with my grandfather and my great uncle was a tail. Gunner and B twenty. Five's is always telling stories of aviation and so. He always wanted to do that. Well I guess I kind of kickstarted it So he was in nineteen thousand nine he was at the Addison. Texas airshow. You and there were two pieces For Sale so dad went up and you know what looks cooler not six sitting out there and it was kind of a fresh paint job Boban and he walks up and Calls one of his good friends at the time is basically my uncle Ray Kinney who had his pilot's license and said Hey ray let's by six and Ray is kind of what I was saying. Okay whatever whatever you call me when you need the money you know didn't never thought it was happened. We'll dad I bought the t six call ray up in two weeks later. Dad's signed up for flying lessons. So he kind of jumped headfirst into the thing Getting a pilot maker so So I did grow up just grew up in the backseat of T. Six six years old. I remember Freedom Flight Ninety five where we took one hundred and twenty aircraft from Long Beach California new to New York City I think we did six or seven and airshows along the way and so there's no greater childhood and ask for greater childhood than get into go and and and an experienced that and the neat thing is I'm excited to share it with my kids but it's it's got a a bittersweet day because I'm going to be one of the last generation that actually got to interact with the people that flew these in combat that built them Back in Korea World War Two and before so I'm I'm really blessed to have been able to grow up with aviation that's excellent so tell us a little bit about what your flight training. When did you start learning to fly? You've been around you. He's six which is fantastic. I'd like to fly by a t six. I broke it down both Cadillac that but really dad always joked that I was I could fly. IOF are when I was probably eight years old because I couldn't see over the canopy rail and he'd say oh I need to change maps. Hold the instrument. I'd sit there and look at you know artificial horizon and just kind of keep it going. We've got that exact same joke in my family. That was really. Yeah so so ray. Kenny also had a nineteen forty-six Piper j three cub with a sixty five horse engine in no electrical. Oh system about as good as it gets. And so when I was fifteen. He started doing kind of the formal Flight Training with me and a good family friend. Aubrey hair. Who flew flew? Basically everything that a stable for Cavanaugh flight museum and Blue Ticks and stuff. I was Aubrey's last student. We like to. He's he he kind of wears. He says he wears a badge of honor. I think I scared him so bad. He didn't want to know but now it was When I was fifteen Fly Piper cub out of our country. North Dallas and on my sixteenth birthday Solo. The cub then drove from the airport after getting student licensed to the DMV. To get my driver. So I always like to say I I could legally fly before I could drive So the cub was awesome to build. Time in there's nothing neater than going cross country driest eighteen wheelers or passing. ESPN everywhere you stop to fill up hand proper chocolate and and go so But after that we I'd always knew just grown up. WanNa get into warbirds and you can't just go you could but you know there's GonNa be a logical step between a cub and the t six and then beyond and so. I've always loved the Stinson. L Five and to me the l four was gonna you know there's some grasshopper aficionados. I was out there prior to say but the L. A. Piper cub with more glassy was is an existing design that was translated into military service. Same thing with the L.. Three same thing with the L.. To the twelve or or champ and the L. One and the l five were designed from from the ground up as a military machine. It was a ward Set up sixty five horse. We've got a hundred and ninety horsepower. Got flapping flaps drooping ailerons. It was cool so I remember being twelve years old and Eleven or twelve in. Sam Taber who's always up here at Oshkosh with his L.. Five walked right up to him about the best guy I on the planet walked. Start talking and sometimes you get some people aviation that When somebody young walks up up to him you know they don't necessarily discount him but it's kind of like okay? He's asking some questions. I would just boom in. Sam is one of those great individuals that He latched on told told me all the information ever wanted to know about the l five and just encourage he and Jim Gray Dunkin Cameron some of these others. That were in that group just really took me under their wing and so eventually found found project and began restoration. That was my my first foray into warbirds myself. All that's very cool. Yeah Sam's a good friend to a bunch bunch of the well to to the organization General He's our boss Jim. Bush publications is one of his best buddies. And Jim has an l five live. Oh that's very cool and Taylor you. I mean you're L five. Restoration is is gorgeous. I mean thank you. That was one of the first ones I know says that all the gas. Yes I do But no seriously you're aircraft is impressive. Yeah I appreciate it. It was we're lucky enough to find a really solid project from Duncan Cameron out. He was in Tennessee at that point. And so I went out there and And took a look at it and you know dad and and I we. I grew up working on cars and airplanes. A little bit with dad and Really we had been looking for an L. Five That was kind of plug and play a but it's kind of like anything for a parent. I don't have kids but I'm sure one day I'll realize it was like none of them. Were kind of up to his standards. One of the most safe. You know you WANNA make sure it was gone through and all that stuff and we finally determined and we started out with saying. We're not GONNA have project. Well that seemed to be the the only way we were going to get a product that we that we really liked at at that market at that point So I went over. I heard about this Guy Just kind of in between Dallas Fort Worth Name Lonnie Parcel Funny Awesome Guy One of my best friends so I flew the cup over there and he is restored shoot. Probably fifteen l five's over the year And started talking with him. And we ended up I said hey you know if I get this you know the two of us going to start working on it and You know basically be my mentor and in and and teach me how to do this and and so when I got the five and from that point I think it was about sixteen months. We had flying airplane so is it was It was pretty much. My twos two summers during high school. So seventeen eighteen nineteen and those two summers. That was my job. Drove drove forty minutes each way drive out to propwash. Were Little Airport flying community and worked with him and it was the most amazing and it was the best experience. It's because you know whether it's a l. five or cub or TC want or pilots. Or whatever the principles you learn rebuilding a cub They get more complicated. But you know carburetors carburetor internal combustion engine to all internal combustion engine so it was a great learning experience experience in being able to I guess quickly trouble. Shoot whatever something was going on because you've seen it you put it together so it was just an amazing experience. Yeah we come up in his Oshkosh two thousand nine and We're honored to receive the best Elbert so it was great
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Trainer Talk with Rob Atras
"It certainly is. If you are just joining us here on trainer talk. We are visiting with rob actress here on the program, and we started the show by talking about the phenomenal hot streak did he's been on since going out on his own taking over the horses that were left at Ecuador by his mentor, Robert Tino, Adora he has settled ten horses in two thousand nine hundred thousand six have one to have finished second so eight out of ten first or second. That's a percentage that would make one of your other mentors, Jack Robertson, very happy. So let's go back to Jack for minute. Tell me about working with Jack. And explain to our listeners who Jack is because they may not be familiar with that name. Yeah. Jack, Jack Robertson. He he's from just outside of Winnipeg Manitoba, he trained racehorses for I wanna say at least forty years. That's kind of how my mom got connected into the racing world was through him. So he was kind of the first guy I got to any exposure as far as, you know, horses, and you know, doing all and tacking horses all that kind of stuff, and he basically introduced me into the racing world via my mom. So it he was he was like an old school style. Course know, which is, you know, really good. You know, kind of a I wouldn't say dying breed. But you know, he's he's definitely did things different than you seal around a lot of tracks today. And I think it was just a, you know, tremendous education. I got you know, growing up around. Tim's. So what's the biggest difference? You see between a guy like him who is old school in in the trainers nowadays. That's a good question. I mean, we were different tracks different places different times. So I I was still pretty young when I was working with him. You know, I I owned a I owned my own horse and groomed. So I I didn't get too much exposure to the training part or that kind of stuff. But I when I worked for him. And then I went onto work for another guy in the Elbert Blake and even eighty five years old so same kind of thing, you know, old school for someone very successful in, you know, but I I've been very fortunate to work for a lot of lot of good horseman people to you know, do things a little bit. You know, I I don't wanna keep saying old school. But they, you know, look after the horses without using, you know, using a veterinarian or using medications, you know, you know, like. You know, using hard work and making the horses, you're keeping the horses. Happy and healthy. You know, that's that was kind of the that was kind of error their number one thing. And so, and I think that's really important, and you know. Using us an ice using bandages using goal. Those you know, just stuff like that. But I mean, I'm here Belmont Park.