35 Burst results for "Eleven Months"

Brexit: Boris Johnson to override EU withdrawal agreement

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:46 min | Last month

Brexit: Boris Johnson to override EU withdrawal agreement

"British Prime Minister Boris Johnson attempted to talk tough on Sunday ahead of a crucial round of post brexit trade talks with the European Union. Saying Britain could walk away from the talks within weeks and insisting a no deal exit would be a good outcome for the UK. With talks deadlocked Johnson said an agreement would only be possible if EU negotiators prepared to rethink their current positions, the intern accuses Britain of failing to negotiate. Seriously Britain left the now twenty-seven nation e you on January thirty first three and a half years after the country narrowly voted to end more than four decades of membership that political departure will be followed by an economic break. When an eleven month transition period ends on December thirty first and the UK leaves the e You Single Market and customs union. Without a deal, the new year will bring tariffs and other economic barriers between the UK and the block its biggest trading partner. Johnson said the country would prosper mightily even if Britain had a trading arrangement with the EU like Australia's you governments preferred description of annot deal brexit British Chief Negotiator David, Frost, and his counterpart Michele Bonnie a a Jew to meet in London on Tuesday for the eighth round of negotiations. Britain accuses the block of making demands. It has not imposed on other countries. It has free trade deals with such as Canada without to deal British freight firms warned, they could be logjams at ports and supplies of key in Britain could be severely disrupted starting. January first.

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Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece

"Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening at the church in Germany a quick change in an organ piece that's supposed to last for the entirety of six hundred thirty nine years the performance of the organ ASL has P. or S. that was possible composition of began in September two thousand and one at this time please try to charge in the eastern town of Halberstadt and it's supposed to end in two thousand six hundred forty if all goes well the music piece for the American composer John Cage is played on a special organ inside the medieval church the last sound has been the same one for the last six years and eleven months and therefore the court change was a big event among fans of the John Cage organ project I'm sorry I shockingly

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Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Slow music: Chord change in Germany of 639-year organ piece

"Hundreds of fans attended a special kind of musical happening at the church in Germany a quick change in an organ piece that's supposed to last for the entirety of six hundred thirty nine years the performance of the organ ASL has P. or S. that was possible composition of began in September two thousand and one at this time please try to charge in the eastern town of Halberstadt and it's supposed to end in two thousand six hundred forty if all goes well the music piece for the American composer John Cage is played on a special organ inside the medieval church the last sound has been the same one for the last six years and eleven months and therefore the court change was a big event among fans of the John Cage organ project I'm sorry I shockingly

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Pregnancy and child development

FoundMyFitness

05:03 min | 2 months ago

Pregnancy and child development

"Can you tell us some of the things that you did to optimize your son's health or development since he was born I'm a new mom and I would love to know how you approach diet supplements routines. ETC thank you. And there are also some tag along questions here. That have to do with what the common deficiencies are in in toddlers. So I think Andrew Ask that question. So I'm going to talk about that right now I would say One of the main main things that I have done is Omega Three Dha high. Dha Supplementation. Both during breastfeeding during pregnancy, we'll starting in during pregnancy but pregnancy breastfeeding and then. Getting, preformed Dha, to my son. and. The Way I do that is I take one of my High Dha capsules and I cut it open and I put it in his oatmeal with lots of butter and he just. So, whereas during fetal growth, calories can help promote. You know growth they're not sufficient for brain development. brain development appropriate development requires a sufficient intake of protein zinc, iron, choline, full iodine, and the omega three fatty acids. As, well as vitamins ad B six and B twelve, and if you failure to provide those key nutrients during that critical period can actually result in long-term brain deficits. so the common. Toddler nutritional deficiencies. Omega three. So consumption of. EPA from foods contributes you know so. Mostly those are found in marine sources. it's a very small amount. You know children children are only getting about forty milligrams of the preformed Dha and EPA. And two, thousand, fifteen. There was a really big study about that. You know showed eating fish. Actually even fish. The fish that has particularly for high mega three and low in mercury. Still even protected against toxic effects of Mercury in a developing fetus, which is the most sensitive sensitive to mercury. And there was another study that was published. Huge huge Meta study looked at looked at not only. Prospective Studies. which are associated associated can't really establish causation, but they also looked at randomized controlled trials in children. So the studies looked at pregnant women and also young children and that that were either given fish or eating having a high intake of fish. Or not and it was found not the the mothers and children even randomized control trials that were given fish. I had improved intelligence scores like significantly improved even up to like nine points. And these children also had higher levels of Mercury as well. But they had higher levels of Dha which superseded whatever you know. Minor effects the mercury hat again, we talked about earlier conversation there a fish that are high mega three and lower number mercury at you can be you know things like Salmon While Alaskan salmon or like I mentioned the the farmed Atlantic at least that's the only one I know of that's farmed. Salmon. Sardines. Herring. Mackerel of this fish that are fatty also behind Omega, three and those ones are lower in mercury smaller Fisher mercury. So I try to give him I try to get my son to eat salmon in some form or another, and he'll eat little little amounts of it. And like I said, I also supplemented with fish oil. I was also taking. Drum, breastfeeding. I was I was taking three grams a day of of Dha and that you know is is was being delivered him in breast milk I'll get to that in just a minute though. Iron is another another one particularly infants between six six and eleven months they they have a low about ten percent of those infants have low intake of iron. of course, irons high in in in meets You know fish is another one that you can find iron in. I was actually giving my son when he was doing solid foods like when I when he was when I introduce solid foods at around six months. I would blend up some salmon cooked salmon blended up with either Cooked Cherries blueberries, and I would blended altogether. So it kind of gave the Sam sweet taste and really liked that. When he was young.

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One, Two Step!

Let's Talk Game with Tiffani Lewis

02:39 min | 2 months ago

One, Two Step!

"A couple of weeks ago our eleven month old started walking. This process of an infant going from crawling cruising to walking never gets old to me. To see a baby, decide to one day, stand and take that first step has to be a little intimidating right but something within them compels them that they can't. In leaps and bounds of growth and progression seems to happen in a blink of an eye. Saying. With. Our daughter. The first day she took steps to us as we sit on the floor. Getting down to her level gave her competence in a destination in point. To be celebrated after a few steps was encouragement enough to take more and she did. She stood up. Gathered herself one. To step fall up again the next day. One to step, want to upstart steps fall. And then by day five, she had her footing onto her and now more assertive about navigating our home going from room to room. She went from stumbling to stepping over things in around them and even now more assertive enough to look over her shoulder as she continues walking forward. Her confidence is way up. There yesterday on the Porch of my grandmother's House I, put her down expecting her to walk. Instead she simply stood there. I encouraged her me because I knew she was capable. But. Instead she stood her ground and didn't budge. Tiana wanted to assess and assert her self. He wanted to see the he was s confident walking in this new environment as she is in our home. And after several minutes, she decided to put one foot in front of the other. She knew her steps were the saying. And she walked. You may be walking into Unfamiliar Territory Yourself. But let this be encouragement that your steps are guided and you are capable. Your steps are the same. The environment may be different. Assess it. That's fine. Look around make mental notes. Get your game plan planning your mind of what you gotta do. and. Then just like Tiana in all babies even as we went through the same progression one step in front of the other in notes, you can do it. You're capable.

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The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

ESPN Daily

05:32 min | 3 months ago

The Chess Grandmasters Extreme Workout

"I. How did you get on the chess? Beat in the first place? So I get really interested in these really need sports that. People are super invested in Ashwari. Kumar is an international features writer for Espn Lake if you're going to which. Of People Are Watching these chess tournaments that you wouldn't even know where that's happening in. Iceland. Or Finland, and so I had this curiosity so I was thinking so Bobby Fisher was such a huge part of chests in the US what Ron Labor is tennis. What Jack Nicklaus's to golf? That's what Bobby Fischer is to chess. Bobby Fisher of the United States will finally meet Boris Spassky of the Soviet Union in Belgrade Yugoslavia, but the chess championship of the world plus a purse of one, hundred, thirty, eight, thousand five hundred dollars, the richest prize for a head-to-head confrontation in any sport, but boxing. So who is the next Bobby Fisher? So I went to Saint Louis last year to sort of figure out what is going on in the chess world, so saint Louis has sort of become this chess capital of the country. Let's start with the basics here. What is a chess grandmaster? And what does it take to become one? Usually what happens? Is this International Chess Federation F. And they have this point systems so chessplayers. Lead different tournaments in accumulate these spines that. Gets them to a certain level of expertise, and they are then title the grandmaster, which is in fact, the highest I do that. A chess player can be awarded by International Chess Federation usually these. Players between the age of ten and fourteen, and so they go through these rigorous tournaments one after the other parents take them all over the world. And the get the title by around thirteen fourteen, and then they start to perfect the art of being perfect, just player. So you mentioned Bobby Fisher. Who is probably the most famous chess player all time? Actually is definitely the most famous chess player of all time. Who are the stars of the field today? The poster by of chess is at the moment Magnus Carlsen. Calzon is the best in the world. The youngest number one ever and no one can explain to you how he does what he does. It seems to come from another world, which is why he's become known as the Mozart of chess. He's from Norway. He sort of had this. Has this bad boy live to him? He's like interesting. He'll drop these nuggets about other players. You make jokes about his opponents. He talks trash social chicken. How do you not? He's GonNa do the same. Yeah the lack of comas is astounding. And quite disappointing. He talks acts. Yeah for sure sorta like that kind of Worcester wise. He's called the golden boy of chess. And then this. Is. Bobby Ana crew art, there's this Chinese grandmaster Ding Laren and then USA's Wesley so and Kara Nakimora. Really Good Armenia has live on Romanian so these are some of like the famous players at the moment that go up against each other all the time. So I the grandmaster that you decided to focus on with your story, the one who lives in Saint Louis is actually Italian. His name is Fabiano Caruana. Who is in? How did he get here? Fabiano Caruana is the number two seed in the world. He's an Italian American chess grandmaster. He became a grandmaster at fourteen years of age, fourteen years, eleven, months, and twenty eight to be exact, and he at that time was the youngest grandmaster in the history of Italy in the United States. E was sort of beg to be the next big thing in in US chess and he came back now. He has an apartment in Saint Louis. He lives there and he sort of boot. BOOT his life from scratch, and he was never like the big personality like Norris Magnus columnist. He's the guy that will is very chill loves video games and let us work to the talk to his justice stories about that call in the next Bobby Fisher like the next big thing. He's the one person that can actually dig down. Magnus, Carlsen in the world championship and become the next world champion. So what does? Chess match in a grand masters tournament. Actually look like. How does it play out? Okay so two grandmasters shake each other's hands. sit down across from each other is chessboard. This o'clock next to them that the are constantly looking at. This goes on for at least six hours right every day, and so during these six hours, the brain has to have most oxygen supply. Which means your heart is functioning three times faster than on any given. And because of that sustained higher blood pressure, and sustained higher level of activity by the heart and the rain, the body goes through intense physical. Energy lost during. A chess game that lasts six to seven to sometimes eat hours said.

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Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

"An eleven month old child died after inadvertently being left in a hot car Friday in Virginia and kids in cars dot org is reminding parents and other care givers to look before you lock according to Fairfax believes the girl's father put her in one car and inadvertently left her there while he used another to run errands genet fennel is president and founder of kids in cars dot org in the last two years at least one hundred and seven children have died in hot car and some people think that we can educate people and this will go away our organization has been lobbying lawmakers to force car companies to install devices that remind people of child has been left in the backseat like so many things in our cars today we get reminded if we leave our headlights on we get reminded about the tire pressure I'm Julie Walker

Virginia Fairfax Julie Walker President And Founder
Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

"Another child has died after inadvertently being left in a hot car this one happened Friday in Virginia and the child was just eleven months old Fairfax police say the girl's father put her in one car and inadvertently laughter while using another car to run errands Jennette fennel is president and founder of kids in cars dot org the biggest mistake anyone can ever make is to think that this can't happen to them she says there are three factors that make people forget one a change in routine which we all live every day now to additional stress which I think we all have had quite a bit lately and then three if you're sleep deprived although our trucks to remember from looking before you lock to leaving one of your shoes in the backseat I'm Julie Walker

Virginia Jennette Fennel Julie Walker Fairfax President And Founder
Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

"Another child has died after inadvertently being left in a hot car this one happened Friday in Virginia and the child was just eleven months old Fairfax police say the girl's father put her in one car and inadvertently laughter while using another car to run errands Jennette fennel is president and founder of kids in cars dot org the biggest mistake anyone can ever make is to think that this can't happen to them she says there are three factors that make people forget one a change in routine which we all live every day now to additional stress which I think we all have had quite a bit lately and then three if you're sleep deprived although our trucks to remember from looking before you lock to leaving one of your shoes in the backseat I'm Julie Walker

Virginia Jennette Fennel Julie Walker Fairfax President And Founder
Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Police: Baby girl dies in Virginia after being left in car

"Another child has died after inadvertently being left in a hot car this one happened Friday in Virginia and the child was just eleven months old Fairfax police say the girl's father put her in one car and inadvertently laughter while using another car to run errands Jennette fennel is president and founder of kids in cars dot org the biggest mistake anyone can ever make is to think that this can't happen to them she says there are three factors that make people forget one a change in routine which we all live every day now to additional stress which I think we all have had quite a bit lately and then three if you're sleep deprived although our trucks to remember from looking before you lock to leaving one of your shoes in the backseat I'm Julie Walker

Virginia Jennette Fennel Julie Walker Fairfax President And Founder
Power to the People

Lost Notes

05:25 min | 4 months ago

Power to the People

"In nineteen seventy-three Michael. Torrance a twenty two year old Black Panther he's dedicated himself to the cause and obeyed every command. He's a true soldier, but five years of complete devotion to the panthers has taken a toll now torrance's. Focus on his personal life just for a while, but to do this. He needs to get permission and it's gotta come from the top. Torn shows up at the lamppost. It's bar in West Oakland. Where Panther. Leader Bobby Seale is having a birthday party. The two men huddle in a corner and talk for a while, but it's all good seal gives Torrance's blessing for some time off. Torrance's relieved, but as is making his way out of the bar. Someone tells him that Huey. Newton wants to see him. And he wants to see him now. Newton is seals, comrade and Co founder of the Panthers for Years Newton has been a strong and charismatic leader. The reasonably his moods have been unstable tonight for whatever reason he's agitated. Torrance's into a back room in their flanked by a couple of serious enforcers is Newton and he says. You WanNa. Leave us. He's well. Do you WANNA leave bad enough to die. Do. You really want really bad enough to on the question. Is. My. Man On. Sale. So, this is what's GonNa Happen. You State. But at up. Would you elizabeth than at Awkward Talking and so? You give me a boot how? To correct it? Okay. So. You say. I'll Palette. So, Michael Torrens has just been persuaded to rethink his request for some time off. An epistle to the head. It's hard to argue with. Route. Then the. TORRENCE's five years in the panthers have been intense. It's been a roller coaster. Live of extremes many times. He's picked up a gun, but he's also picked up a microphone. Now, turns didn't join the panthers to sing, but the movements minister of Culture gave him and three other young soldiers, especial assignment for the 'cause it was a musical Qadri whose mission was to spread the seed of Social Revolution through the Trojan horse of funk and soul. It was an rn be group called. The London's music is explosive. Band is powerful, and so is the message. The lumpen work. For the cause killing it wherever they perform San Francisco La. New York Philly and throughout the Midwest, but it only lasts eleven months. Then things in the black, Panther party begin to implode. which you're about to hear is the story of the rise and fall of an unlikely aren't be grew born out of social upheaval. But why did the Black Panthers even need a musical act? Why did they need a band? WHO's militant agenda? Put them up against the forces of prejudice and law and order with every downbeat. The thing is the lumpen were not out to make hit records. There were out to change American culture. It's a journey unlike that of any other band and Michael. Torrents was at the center of it. Up? In Nineteen, sixty six Huey Newton and Bobby Seale Co the Black Panther Party. Most students at Merit Community College in Oakland within a few years. The party offers educational programs, food, service, free, medical care and Drug Rehab. The black community and the panthers lead the fight against rampant police brutality. By the end of the sixties, changes in the air in the bay area is Ground Zero. San Francisco that I will ruin. The fillmore district was very very hot tension. Police were riding. You know if I've if you are selling your papers would come in. Who asked us at you pay? Arrest at new. But at the same time there was a lot of energy. an s the best thing about it. You could really feel the energy particularly among younger people that we felt we could really make a change. Not only make and we're GONNA make. Their will us this commitment to die if necessary.

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Power to the People

Lost Notes

03:59 min | 4 months ago

Power to the People

"In nineteen seventy-three Michael. Torrance a twenty two year old Black Panther he's dedicated himself to the cause and obeyed every command. He's a true soldier, but five years of complete devotion to the panthers has taken a toll now torrance's. Focus on his personal life just for a while, but to do this. He needs to get permission and it's gotta come from the top. Torn shows up at the lamppost. It's bar in West Oakland. Where Panther. Leader Bobby Seale is having a birthday party. The two men huddle in a corner and talk for a while, but it's all good seal gives Torrance's blessing for some time off. Torrance's relieved, but as is making his way out of the bar. Someone tells him that Huey. Newton wants to see him. And he wants to see him now. Newton is seals, comrade and Co founder of the Panthers for Years Newton has been a strong and charismatic leader. The reasonably his moods have been unstable tonight for whatever reason he's agitated. Torrance's into a back room in their flanked by a couple of serious enforcers is Newton and he says. You WanNa. Leave us. He's well. Do you WANNA leave bad enough to die. Do. You really want really bad enough to on the question. Is. My. Man On. Sale. So, this is what's GonNa Happen. You State. But at up. Would you elizabeth than at Awkward Talking and so? You give me a boot how? To correct it? Okay. So. You say. I'll Palette. So, Michael Torrens has just been persuaded to rethink his request for some time off. An epistle to the head. It's hard to argue with. Route. Then the. TORRENCE's five years in the panthers have been intense. It's been a roller coaster. Live of extremes many times. He's picked up a gun, but he's also picked up a microphone. Now, turns didn't join the panthers to sing, but the movements minister of Culture gave him and three other young soldiers, especial assignment for the 'cause it was a musical Qadri whose mission was to spread the seed of Social Revolution through the Trojan horse of funk and soul. It was an rn be group called. The London's music is explosive. Band is powerful, and so is the message. The lumpen work. For the cause killing it wherever they perform San Francisco La. New York Philly and throughout the Midwest, but it only lasts eleven months. Then things in the black, Panther party begin to implode. which you're about to hear is the story of the rise and fall of an unlikely aren't be grew born out of social upheaval. But why did the Black Panthers even need a musical act? Why did they need a band? WHO's militant agenda? Put them up against the forces of prejudice and law and order with every downbeat. The thing is the lumpen were not out to make hit records. There were out to change American culture.

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How an English Professor Became a Front-End Web Developer with Bekah Hawrot Weigel

Learn to Code with Me

04:21 min | 4 months ago

How an English Professor Became a Front-End Web Developer with Bekah Hawrot Weigel

"Mentioned this. But what were you doing before? I think he did say this quickly. But what was your career before for this? I was an adjunct instructor for ten years. Okay, right so at a university so works Johnny from classroom. Okay, so I'm assuming you never went back to that since you start coding. I did so. I also remind drama. Even when I was in the hospital I was still teaching I was teaching online, and then I think I did another semester after and then one of the interesting things is united been doing it so long that I almost forgot what it felt like to really love what you're doing. Because I think at some point, the joy in teaching went away. It was really kind of clouded by school politics. Politics in in things like that, and when I started learning to code, and I'm learning this new skill. I really love this like I. Want to get up everyday and do it, and at that point I think that right about the time I entered flat iron school and I knew this is going to be more than just a hobby for me. This is GonNa be a new chapter in my life, and that's when I stopped teaching. So maybe jumping around here, but I'm just very curious. What was it like when you were learning? Initially end even when you're going through flat iron school because you have four children and I assume they're all pretty young. Right like you had just be given. Birth started learning to code and then went to a coding bootcamp. It was challenging so at the time I had a one year old, a three year old, a six year old, and an eight year old, and we had transitioned them from home schooling into going to school, so two of them were in school, and then the two youngest ones were at home with me, and it was I mean the the whole scenario is challenging because I'm redefining my life I had never imagined that this would be a part of my story. Story so you know people ask you that question what your life can look like in five years and like I never would have dreamt that. This is what my life would have looked like five years ago, not only were they redefining what my career was, but I was redefining who I was as a person coming out of trauma, and so I really had to find for me I find scheduled very comforting and sorry. His working hard to find blocks of time. Time and so eventually that turned into was I was waking up at four thirty in the morning and coating a couple of hours before getting the kids to school now when I started it wasn't that four thirty up because I had a baby that was still waking up at night, and so it was maybe six o'clock in the morning until six thirty I do a little bit, and then at nap time I would do a little bit, and then like after. After four PM I started to go brain dead I can't think straight, and so it's hard for me to go then, but if I if I had to. There were some late nights that are just muscled through it in order to get done what I needed to get done at every possible. Actually it's not unlike now through the pandemic West kids at home, I trying to find all of those bits of time to do the thing that I really enjoyed doing. Yeah Wow, what a story! And when you were chatting I, was just thinking about. There's a lot of folks have had on the show or speaker. People I've spoken to over email. Who are learning to code? Maybe they're few months few years. Whatever and they'll do similar world. They'll wake up really early before anyone else's away, if they have family and they'll. Learn to code for a few hours and then get on with their day and then got you spoken to people. It's kind of the opposite. They wait till everyone goes to bed. They stay up really late and then that's when they do stuff. When like sort of like the houses? Quiet can actually focus for you know a prolonged period of time. Okay, so you start learning with free co camouflaged iron I assumed that was their remote program because they have the remote learning right right? It was part time self paced, or it was not part time it was self paced. Full Stack? Okay in about. How long were you going through that? It's hooked me eleven months and I think I was pretty proud of the pace that I, said I really had to challenge myself with you know working with the kids, and in having a couple of part time jobs and making it through that so for me, it was. Eleven months I went through a lot of recovery over those eleven

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Amazon to offer permanent roles to 70% of 175,000 new U.S. hires

Daily Tech Headlines

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Amazon to offer permanent roles to 70% of 175,000 new U.S. hires

"Announced that it plans to offer permanent jobs to seventy percent of the roughly one hundred and seventy five thousand temporary employees brought onto me consumer demand brought on by the covid nineteen lockdowns beginning June. The company will offer one hundred and twenty five thousand workers permanent roles with remaining. Fifty thousand workers kept on seasonal contracts. That can last up to eleven months.

AMBER Alert issued after car stolen near Dallas-Fort Worth with 11-month-old girl inside

Clark Howard

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

AMBER Alert issued after car stolen near Dallas-Fort Worth with 11-month-old girl inside

"Amber alert out of Tarrant county tonight eleven month old baby is missing after a car was stolen this was about eight thirty last night a car was stolen from a dollar general store on random Bloodworth road in south fort worth in the Crawley area of the baby's name is Ayala Bratcher she's eleven months old blonde hair blue eyes the car that was stolen is a red Honda accord two thousand eight the license number on that is J. M. D. seventy three forty J. M. D. seven three four zero if you have any information about that red Honda accord or is missing eleven month old baby contact the Terry county sheriff's office or certainly you can call nine one one

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Wacky Khakis: Looters and Polluters

Pants On Fire

05:20 min | 5 months ago

Wacky Khakis: Looters and Polluters

"This week. Another thrilling addition of everybody's favorite game lackey Khakis. And now here's your host in an identical clone of devil theme. No Deborah Goldstein. I'm Deborah Goldstein. Not a clone. How do we know that? And here with me. As always unless he's a clone is our sound effects robot Liza whose name stands for live in studio audience. Lisa how about a little sound effects pizzazz? I'm not really in the mood for pizzazz. What are you in the mood for I can do this out of a tree. Falling the forest. When nobody's around to hear it. What does that sound like? That's what it sounds like. You weren't around for it. So how do you know? It doesn't sound like that okay. Good Point Now how about giving us the sound of a robot telling us how our game works and it here all right okay. Every time we play Wacky Khakis Deborah. We tell one wild story about the world. There is a baby. Only one of those stories is the truth and the other one is a lie. And it's the job of two human children to figure out which one is. Which and would you please introduce those human child contestants? Everything okay our human child contestant. We got this kid named Toby. He was on the Blacksmith episode. We got this. Other named declan from our gymnastics episode. Welcome guy also with us today to be our Wacky Khakis. Timekeeper referee is our producer. No welcome back Noah. Hey guys good to be here Okay real heads will know that in Wacky Khakis Deborah Lisa. Each change to tell their stories for the timer sounds. We flipped a coin which later found out was a trick. Coin from both sides were heads and so Lisa has chosen to go second. That's how you do it. Well Debra means you're up first feeling good. I'm feeling rate okay. Our topic this week is looters and polluters story of money hungry business ventures. That were no friends of mother. Nature listen up carefully declan and toby. Deborah your timer will begin. Now they say that money can't buy you happiness and I suppose that's mostly true but an underground perfume shop in Miami between one thousand nine hundred eighty two and one thousand nine hundred eight. It could by perfumes and colognes extracted from federally protected. Endangered Species Ronca Thurman. The mastermind behind this criminal enterprise referred to her fragrances. As Ex tinctures tinctures for fragrances made from species that were going extinct though. Ex tinctures generally didn't smell any better than the much cheaper less destructive sense available legally they served as a status symbol for Miami's rich and powerful throughout the eighties. The most famous variety was called Miami blue named after the endangered butterfly. It was made from today. There are fewer than one hundred. These butterflies still living though it was incredibly difficult to find and capture. The vulnerable species used in perfumes. The business was made profitable by the exorbitant sums. People would pay for them sometimes. Up to fifteen thousand dollars for a two ounce bottle Thurman extinct. Were an open secret among southern Florida's money classes for years but an expose by the Miami Herald brought down the multi-million dollar operation in October of Nineteen Thurman Served US eleven months in prison before securing an early release Thurman went on to make millions more dollars offer confessional autobiography fragrance endangered panther must prairie clover. See turtled wearing that stuff. Just made you feel like you were somebody. An anonymous customer was quoted as saying in the book. We all know it was wrong but there was something so cool about knowing your sent. Who's going extinct? It was the ultimate limited edition. Pat Is time oil done deborah. Well what do you think of that story? L. Is Pretty Nice. Yeah I liked it except for the except for the danger. Save all endangered animal. You would. You wouldn't buy perfume from an animal that was going. You know what I didn't like about the story what I didn't like the animals being killed. No it's terrible deborah. I wish you would. You wouldn't talk about that. I would not like to but it's important that people know that these things happened and that people actually paid money for such a thing which is disgusting. It's shameful shameful for what you guys said. Yes I agree. Yes fully times two million. I appreciate your

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Duncan Hunter granted delay in serving sentence due to coronavirus

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Duncan Hunter granted delay in serving sentence due to coronavirus

"Former congressman Duncan hunter getting a temporary reprieve from his prison sentence a federal judge has granted the former Republican from California until January fourth to report for his prison sentence he was supposed to begin serving his eleven month term on may twenty ninth but the judge granted a motion to delay citing the corona virus pandemic the bureau of prisons reports seventy percent of federal inmates tested positive for the virus Duncan hunter pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations he stepped down from his congressional seat in January in addition to the eleven months in prison he was sentenced to three years of supervised

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A Ward of the Probate Court

Big Book Podcast

09:23 min | 7 months ago

A Ward of the Probate Court

"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober since nineteen eighty eight one day at a time in this episode the Thirteenth Story from the personal stories section of the first edition of alcoholics anonymous published in nineteen thirty nine. It's entitled Award of the Probate Court and was printed only in the first edition of the big book. This relatively short story provides a glimpse of the formative years obey when old timers were those with two or three years sober but whose perseverance and dedication made possible a solid foundation for the entire a movement and now the original story award of the probate court at about the time. My graduation from high school a State University was established in our city on the call for an office assistant. I was recommended by my superintendent and got the position. I was rather his choice in pride but a few years later I met him in a nearby city and panhandle him for two bucks for drinks. I grew with the institution and advanced in position. I took a year off for ten minutes at an Engineering College at College. I refrain from any hilarious celebrating. Drinking War was declared. I was away from home on business at the state capital where my mother couldn't raise objections and I enlisted overseas. I was on five fronts from Alsace. Up to the North Sea upon relief from the lines back in the rest area being rouge and Cognac helped in the letdown from trying circumstances. I was introduced to the exhilaration of intoxication. The old spirit. What the Hell Heine may have you tagged. Didn't help towards any moderation in drinking then. We had many casualties but one of the real catastrophes was the lost of a POW. A lieutenant who died from the. Dt's over there after it was all over. This didn't slow me up and back in the states I had a big fling before returning home. My plans were to cover up with my mother and the girl I was to marry that I had become addicted to alcohol but exposed the fact on the day. Our engagement was announced on the way I met a training camp. Buddy got drunk and miss the party booze had got over. Its first real blow on me. I saw her briefly that night but didn't have the guts to face. Her people the Romance was over to forget I engaged in super active life and social fraternal and civic promotion of my community. This all outside my position. In the president's Office of the State University I became a leader. The big flash in the PAN are organized and was first commander of the American Legion Post. Raised funds and built a fine memorial. Clubhouse was secretary a belks. Eagles Chamber of Commerce City Club and active as an operator officer in political circles. I was always a good fellow and control my drinking indulging only in sprees and private clubs or away from home I was deposed from the executive position at the college by political change in the governorship of the state I knew the sales manager of Securities Division of a large utility corporation in Wall Street and started to sell securities the issues and the market were good and I had a fine opportunity. I was away from home and I began to drink heavily to get away from my drinking associates. I managed to be transferred to another city. But this didn't help booze had me. My sales and commissions diminished. I remained almost in a continuous stupor on my drawing account until I was released. I braced up got sober and made a good connection with the steamship agency. A concern promoting European travel and study at most all important universities in Europe. Those were the bathtub gin days and for drinking in about my office. I held out in this position for only a year. I was now engaged to be married. And fortunately I got another position as a salesman for a large corporation I worked hard was successful and my drinking became. I was married and my wife soon learned that I was no social drinker. I tried hard to control it but could not. There were many separations and she would return home. I would make pledges in a sincere effort and then my top would blow off again. I began here to take sanitarium treatments to satisfy my wife and my folks I had a great capacity for drink and work with the help of Turkish baths BROMO SELTZER ASPIRIN. I to the job. I became top notch or in the entire salesforce of the country. I was assigned to more special territory and finally into the market of keenest competition. I was top rate and salary one bonus awards and was bringing in the volume but there was always the drawback. My excessive drinking made at times I was called in once twice and warned. Finally I wasn't to be tolerated any longer. Although I was doing a good job I had lasted five and a half years. I lost my wife along with my job and find income. This was a terrible jolt I tried for a hookup but I had a black eye marring a good record. I became discouraged and depressed. I saw relief with booze. There began the four black years of my life. I had returned home to the community where I had been so prominent these were dry days still and I hung out at the clubs with bars. I got so I would last on a job but a few days just until I could get an advance for drinks. I began to get entangled with the law arrested for driving while intoxicated and drunk and disorderly conduct my folks heard of the cure at the state hospital. I was picked up drunk and sent there by the probate court. I was administered. Parral to hide and came to in receiving ward among lunatics. I was transferred to another word of less violent cases and I found a little group of alcoholics and junkers dope addicts. I learned from them the seriousness of being award of the probate court. I felt then if I ever got released. The old devil alcohol would never get me in a jam like this again in times of great distress. Such as this I would pray to God for help. I was fortunate and was released after eleven days and nights brought up in the laughing academy bughouse. That was enough. I wanted no more of it. I took a job as a manager of a club and put myself to the old acid test. I was going to really assert my willpower. I even tended bar part of the time. But never imbibed a bit. This lasted about three months. I went to an annual convention of my overseas division and came to locked up in a cheap hotel room. New shoes suit coat hat and purse missing. I must have slipped badly then followed much drinking in trouble. After a few arrests for intoxication the law decided another sojourn to the State Hospital would tame me. They jumped the stay this time from eleven days to eleven weeks. It was getting tough for me. I came out in good physical condition and held the fear of getting probate again thinking the siege might be eleven months. I got another job. Stay Dry for about two months and off to the races again. I became terribly weak. Couldn't eat and try to get nourishment from booze and mostly only bootleg that one time. I just made it to a hospital and another time. A police patrol took me to the hospital. Instead of jail. I suffered badly from insomnia as many as three shots in the arm had no effect I would get in shape and back at it again. I was going to battle to finish. The time came when I was to be paid. My soldiers bonus I had the limit or maximum coming friends. Advise my folks to send me to a veteran's hospital before I got this money in my hands. I was pro baited again. Held in a county jail for two weeks and sent again to the asylum. This was my summer resort for three months. I was on the waiting list for the Veterans Hospital but I got into such wonderful physical condition from eating and working out of doors that I was released. I reached home full of resentment against my folks for their having my money tied up in a guardianship I went out and got saturated and landed in jail. I had been free from the asylum for about eight hours behind the bars again. So soon this was bad however I was freed again the next day and this was my last confinement with the

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"eleven months" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WLAC

"Eleven month old baby with glass, the suspect has not been arrested a gallatin teenager who's been Issing for more than a month has been located in Alabama sixteen year old Dylan Reginald, allegedly escaped the volunteer youth facility on December fourteenth, his disappearance led to a T. I endanger child alert and freedom from religion has some issues with a prayer service for governor elect Bill Lee, the foundation sent a letter to Lee and his transition team saying the federal and state constitutions dictate the governor may not insert religious rituals into government, sponsored events the latest, Fox News timesaver, traffic and Weather Channel. Forecasts are always just minutes away on talk radio ninety eight point three fifteen ten W L A C. Fox news. I'm Steve rappoport. President Trump grounding in aircraft for house speaker Nancy Pelosi's trip overseas this after she called on the president to postpone his state of the union address because of the government shutdown. The reason why the White House declined or postpone is they're putting it Nancy Pelosi and her congressional delegations use military aircraft is because had she gone on this trip. She would have guaranteed that eight hundred thousand federal workers would not receive their second paycheck. Fox's John Roberts at the White House. A judge acquitting three Chicago police officers accused of trying to cover up the twenty fourteen police shooting of a black teenager prosecution's case centered on discrepancies between dash Cam video. And what the officers wrote in the reports similar to the second degree murder conviction of former police officer Jason Van Dyke who sentencing comes down on Friday. Fox's Jeff monosso in Chicago..

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"eleven months" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WWL

"You got married to my eleven months ago in the last eleven exactly it's your household income during this time is what is it about a hundred twenty thousand and it went up two hundred sixty thousand whoa nice. What do y'all do for a living? Physical therapist, and I work for electric cooperative is communications coordinator. Oh, very cool. Congratulations. So when when when did you get married, exactly April seventh? Okay. All right. And so it before that you had already started getting out of debt. We did. Yes. Cash flow, the wedding get married and finish up knocking out. The bet what kind of debt was the forty thousand. It was kind of the combination of things we had pretty much the typical things we had two cars both of them had names Bertha and Martha white and Sam had some leftover student loans that she that we took care of as well. So we started financial peace last August and. Is one of those things where when we first started it. I'm very gung ho on things. Sam Sam takes little more time to warm up to those those things. And so we ended up doing financial peace university down there in Murfreesboro. And just really sparked a fire that got us got us go in and was actually the reason why I was even able to save up for an engagement ring for to marry this pretty lady here, they go well done. Good job. Wolf fun. How old are you to twenty nine? And you have no dad. No next feel good. I guess what? A great way to start your marriage to it is. Yeah. Then even today, we're already planning for our future because we had we met one of your Smartvestor pros today. So we were already thinking ahead, and we're just so excited about what the future holds. Oh, it's amazing. Yeah. You're gonna it's bright very very bright. Good for you. All right. So what do you tell a young engaged? Couple out. There listening that the secret to getting out of debt is. I guess you gotta go about the right way. When we first started doing this. Of course, I'm very. Into things when I when I start doing doing I'm going one hundred percent. And so you definitely don't want to beat the other person over the head with it. So at one point we were on a date and Sam was like, listen, you know, I love you. But I would rather be on a date with you and not Dave Ramsey. So kind of a kind of a thing that I can grow into a little bit. But you had to change the way he was showing it to me. Listen to one of his live airs or on the podcasts started. Okay. Yeah. You got sick of hearing him talk about. Mr. enthusiasm over exactly engaged couples. I would say that that if you can eliminate any struggles before you get married, I think that it really makes it easier. I mean, we're still in that honeymoon stage. So there's you know, of course, we've not had any knock down drag out fight yet. And I'm sure at some point in the future that might happen. But at least it won't be about money, or at least, hopefully, it's not about money. It'll be about something else gung ho about. I. The third point. Good job guys. That's wonderful. Great. Great job. Very very fun. Who were your biggest cheerleaders other than each other? Probably our parents, and then our church family, and then our friends, okay? Cool your churches where you went to financial peace university. We didn't actually our our church doesn't have it yet. But we're we're working toward that. But we actually went down the down the street to another church. You know? You know, how it is done here in the bible belt? I mean, if there's a church on every corner it literally Murphy's breath church on every corner. So we went down there until some fantastic, folks. Good deal. Well, congratulations. We're proud of you. Thank you. Thank you. Well, done very well done that a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you, retire inspired..

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"eleven months" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WWL

"Married to my eleven months ago in the last eleven exactly all right. Your household income during this time is what is it about a hundred twenty thousand and it went up to a hundred sixty thousand. Whoa, nice. What do y'all do for a living? Physical therapist, and I work for electric cooperative is communications coordinator. Oh, very cool. Congratulations. So when when when did you get married, exactly April seventh? Okay. All right. And so it before that you had already started getting out of debt. We did. Yes. Cash flow, the wedding get married and finish up knocking out. The bet what kind of debt was the forty thousand. It was kind of the combination of things we had pretty much the typical things we had two cars both of them had names Bertha and Martha white and Sam had some leftover student loans that she had that we took care of as well. So we started financial peace last August and. He one of those things where when we first started it. I'm very gung ho on things. Sam Sam takes more time to warm up to those those things. And so we ended up doing financial peace university down there in Murfreesboro. And I just really sparked a fire that got us got us go in and was actually the reason why I was even able to save up for an engagement ring for to marry this pretty lady here, they go well done. Good job. Well, fun. How old are you to twenty nine? And you have no doubt. No. Ooh. Feel good. What a great way to start your marriage to it is. Yeah. And then even today, we're already planning for our future because we had we met one of your Smartvestor pros today. So we were already thinking ahead. We're just so excited about what the future holds. Oh, it's amazing. Yeah. You're gonna it's bright very very bright. Good for you. All right. So what do you tell a young engaged? Couple out. There listening that the secret to getting out of debt is. I guess you gotta go about the right way. When we first started doing this. Of course, I'm very. Into things when I when I start doing doing I'm going one hundred percent. And so you definitely don't want to beat the other person over the head with it. So one point we were on a date and Sam was like, listen, you know, I love you. But I would rather be on a date with you and not Dave Ramsey. So kind of a. The thing that I can grow into a little bit. But you had to change the way he was showing it to me. Just listen to one of his live airs or on the podcast start it. Okay. Yeah. You got sick of hearing. You talk about. Mr. enthusiasm over exactly couples. I would say that that if you can eliminate any struggles before you get married. Yeah. I think that it really makes it easier. I mean, we're still in the honeymoon stage. So there's you know, of course, we've not had any knock down drag out fight yet. And I'm sure at some point in the future that might happen. But at least it won't be about money, or at least, hopefully, it's not about money. It'll be about something else gung ho about. Yes. Point. Good job guys. That's wonderful. Great. Great job. Very very fun. Who were your biggest cheerleaders other than each other? Probably our parents, and then our church family, and then our friends. Okay. Yeah. Cool your churches where you went to university. We didn't actually our our church doesn't have it yet. But we're working toward that. But we actually went down down the street to another church. Okay. Down here in about belt. I mean, if there's a church on every corner. It literally murphysboro there's a church on every corner. So we went down there and took some fantastic, folks. Good deal. Well, congratulations. We're proud of you. Thank you. Thank Don, very well done and a copy of.

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"eleven months" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WRVA

"Got married to my eleven months ago in the last eleven exactly all right. Your household income during this time is what is about one hundred twenty thousand and it went up two hundred sixty thousand. Whoa, nice or y'all do for a living. I'm a physical therapist and I work for electric cooperative is communications coordinator. Oh, very cool. Congratulations. So when when when did you get married, exactly April seventh? Okay. All right. And so it before that you had already started getting out of debt. We did. Yes. Cash flow, the wedding get married and finish up knocking out. The bet. What kind of debt was the forty thousand? It was kind of the combination of. We had pretty much the typical things we had two cars both of them had names Bertha and Martha white and same had some leftover student loans that she had that we took care of as well. So we started financial peace last August and. Here's one of those things where when we first started it. I'm very gung ho on things. Sam Sam takes more time to to warm up to those those things. And so we ended up doing financial peace university down there in Murfreesboro. And I just really sparked a fire that got us got us go in and was actually the reason why I was even able to save up for an engagement ring for to marry this pretty lady here. There you go well done. Good job. Well, fun. How old are you to twenty nine and you have no dad? No. Next. I feel good. I guess what a crazy way to start your marriage to it is. Yeah. And even today, we're already planning for our future because we had met one of your Smartvestor pros today. So we were already thinking ahead, and we're just so excited about what the future holds. Oh, it's amazing. Yeah. You're gonna it's bright very very bright. Good for you. All right. So what do you tell a young engaged? Couple out. There listening that the secret to getting out of debt is. I guess you gotta go about the right way. When we first started doing this. Of course, I'm very. Into things when I when I started doing doing I'm going one hundred percent. And so you definitely don't want to beat the other person over the head with it. So at one point we were on a date and Sam was like, listen, you know, I love you. But I would rather be on a date with you and not Dave Ramsey. So. Kind of a kind of the thing that I can grow into a little bit. But. Had to change the way he was showing it to me. Listen to one of his live airs or on the podcasts. And that got it started. Okay. Yeah. You got sick of hearing him talk about. Yeah. Engaged couples. I would say that that if you can eliminate any struggles before you get married. Yeah. I think that it really makes it easier. I mean, we're still in that honeymoon stage. So there's you know, of course, we've not had any knock down drag out fight yet. And I'm sure at some point in the future that might happen. But at least it won't be about money, or at least, hopefully, it's not about money. It'll be about something else. Yes. At this point. Good job guys. That's wonderful. Great. Great job. Very very fun. Who were your biggest cheerleaders other than each other? Probably our parents, and then our church family, and then our friends, okay? Very cool shouldn't your churches where you went to financial peace university. We didn't actually are are charged doesn't have it yet. But we're we're working toward that. But we actually went down the down the street to another church. You know? You know, how it is down here in the bible belt. I mean, if there's a church on every corner. It literally murphysboro there's a church on every corner. So we went down there and took some fantastic, folks. Good deal. Well, congratulations. We're proud of you. Thank you. Thank you. Don, very well done that a copy of Chris.

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"eleven months" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"You got married to my eleven months ago in the last eleven exactly all right. Your household income during this time is what is it about a hundred twenty thousand and it went up to hundred sixty thousand. Whoa, nice. What do y'all do for a living? I'm a physical therapist and I work for electric cooperative is communications coordinator. Oh, very cool. Congratulations. So when when did you get married, exactly April seventh? Okay. All right. And so it before that you had already started getting out of debt. We did. Yes. Cash flow, the wedding get married and finish up knocking out. The bet. What kind of debt was the forty thousand? It was kind of a combination of things we had pretty much the typical things we had two cars both. Of them had names Bertha and Martha white. Same had some leftover student loans that she took care of as well. So we started financial peace last August and. Here's one of those things where when we first started it. I'm very gung ho on things. Sam Sam takes more time to warm up to those those things until we ended up doing financial peace university down there in Murfreesboro. And just really sparked a fire that got us got us go in and was actually the reason why I was even able to save up for an engagement ring for to marry this pretty lady here you go well done. Good job. Wolf fun. How old are you to twenty nine? And you have no doubt. No next feel good. Guess what? Cray way to start your marriage to it is. Yeah. Even today, we're already planning for our future because we had we met one of your Smartvestor pros today. So we were already thinking ahead, and we're just so excited about what the future holds. Oh, it's amazing. Yeah. You're gonna it's bright very very bright. Good for you. All right. So what do you tell a young engaged? Couple out. There listening that the secret to getting out of debt is. I guess you gotta go about the right way. When we first started doing this. Of course, I'm very. Into things when I when I started doing doing I'm going one hundred percent. And so you definitely don't want to beat the other person over the head with it. So at one point we were on a date and Sam was like, listen, you know, I love you. But I would rather be on a date with you and not Dave Ramsey. So. Kind of thing that can grow into a little bit. But had to change the way he was showing it to me. Listen to one of his live airs or on the podcast start it. Okay. Yeah. You get sick of hearing him talk about. Yeah. Enthusiasm over exactly gauge couples. I would say that that if you can eliminate any struggles before you get married. Yeah. I think that it really makes it easier. I mean, we're still in that honeymoon stage. So there's you know, of course, we've not had any knock down drag out fight yet. And I'm sure at some point in the future that might happen. But at least it won't be about money, or at least, hopefully, it's not about money. It'll be about something else. Sheriff. Good job guys. That's wonderful. Great. Great job. Very very fun. Who were your biggest cheerleaders other than each other? Probably our parents, and then our church family, and then our friends. Okay. Very cool shouldn't churches where you went to financial peace university. We didn't actually our our church doesn't have it yet. But we're working toward that. But we actually went down this demonstrate to another church. It's you you know, it is down here in the bible belt. I mean, if there's a church on every corner it literally Murphy's birth. There's a church on every corner. So we went down there and took some fantastic, folks. Good deal. Well, congratulations. We're proud of you. Thank you. Thank you all done, very well done that a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you, retire inspired. And in January, we'll mail you a new one called every day millionaires. Because that's your next chapter. You're going to be everyday millionaires. Fantastic. You'll be outrageously generous along the way. You're on your way. Congratulations you too. All right. It's Adam and Samantha from Murfreesboro, Tennessee, forty thousand dollars paid off in eleven months. Maybe a one twenty to one sixty counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream. Three two one..

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"eleven months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You got married to my eleven months ago in the last eleven exactly all right. Your household income during this time is what is about a hundred twenty thousand and it went up two hundred sixty thousand. Whoa, nice. What do y'all do for a living, physical therapist? And I work for electric cooperative is a communications coordinator. Oh, very cool. Congratulations. So when when when did you get married, exactly April seventh? Okay. All right. And so before that you had already started getting out of debt. We did. Yes. Cash flow, the wedding get married and finish up knocking off the bat. What kind of debt was the forty thousand is kind of. A combination of things we had pretty much the typical things we had two cars both of them had names Bertha and Martha white same had some leftover student loans that she had that we took care of as well. So we started financial peace last August and. Here's one of those things where when we first started it. I'm very gung ho on things. Sam Sam takes little more time to warm up to those those things until we ended up doing financial peace university down there in Murfreesboro. And I just really sparked a fire that got us got us go in and was actually the reason why I was even able to save up for an engagement ring for to marry this pretty lady here. There you go well done. Good job. Well done. How old are you to twenty nine and you have no dad? No. Next feel good guess what? Cray way to start your marriage to. It is an even today. We're planning for our future because we had we met one of your Smartvestor pros today. So we were already thinking ahead, and we're just so excited about what the future holds. Oh, it's amazing. Yeah. You're gonna it's bright very very bright. Good for you. All right. So what do you tell a young engaged? Couple out. There listening that the secret to getting out of debt is. I guess you gotta go about the right way. When we first started doing this. Of course, I'm very. Into things when I when I started doing doing I'm going one hundred percent. And so you definitely don't want to beat the other person over the head with it. So at one point we were on a date and Sam was like, listen, you know, I love you. But I would rather be on a date with you and not Dave Ramsey. So. Kind of thing that I kind of had to grow into a little bit. But had to change the way he was. Yeah. Listen to one of his live airs or on the podcast got it started. Okay. Yeah. You get sick of hearing him talk about. Yeah. And three Mr. enthusiasm over gauge couples. I would say that that if you can eliminate any struggles before you get married. Yeah. I think that it really makes it easier. I mean, we're still in that honeymoon stage. So there's you know, of course, we've not had any knock down drag out fight yet. And I'm sure at some point in the future that might happen. But at least it won't be about money or least hopefully it's not about money. It'll be about something else. You know about. Yes. That's a fair point. Good job guys. That's wonderful. Great. Great job. Very very fun. Who were your biggest cheerleaders other than each other? Probably our parents and then nurture family, and then our friends, okay? Your churches where you went to financial peace university. We didn't actually our our church doesn't have it yet. But we're working toward that. But we actually went down this demonstrate to another church. You know? Has done here in the bible belt. I mean, if there's a church on every corner it literally Murphy's there's a church on every corner. So we went down there and get some fantastic, folks. Good deal. Well, congratulations. We're proud of you. Thank you. Thank you. Well, done very well done got a copy of Chris Hogan's book for you, retire inspired..

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"eleven months" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"Why they play the games nonsense without a doubt the golden state warriors will win the nba finals in eleven months we know that they didn't need boogie cousins to make that possible but by getting boogie cousins it took away another piece that a team potentially like the lakers or the celtics audis could've used if he's healthy to compete to take down the warriors but again the rich get richer and leaves me wondering why not why did this happen because for a million other reasons we can go over this the warriors drafting well for one with landing draymond green klay thompson after the fact of already getting steph curry then they end up signing kevin durant okay stinks but they've worked around and found loopholes to make everything happen but now the sign boogie cousins why why should i find myself on a thursday night after the nfl season ends gone all right what can i get into on tnt what mba doubleheader do we have you know what who cares who cares if the portland trailblazers at ten thirty eastern are playing libra ron and the lakers and that follows six or celtics which potentially could be a great game on any random thursday night why would i sit on my couch and watch but yet nba ratings as they have for the past couple of seasons will tell you we all are sitting down and watching but why as the nba reached a breaking point where we will no longer be patsies to this game or is it for the simple fact that we don't care who wins championships anymore what i mean by that is you like to stockpile when when comparing great players lebron gets compared to jordan all the time when it comes to george got six rings lebron with three yada yada yada so we kenner when it comes to that but for a single season if we're going to sit down and watch these games and the ratings for the nba are good this year coming up in two thousand eighteen nineteen forget good great like they've continued to be i think we are sending a message or the nba is sending a message that they of now for better or worse revolutionized why we watch sports from the time i was a little kid being raised on the couch with my father forget the power rangers forget the ninja turtles i mean i don't always want to forget the ninja turtles because who doesn't love a good leonardo or leotard oh now forgetting what the ninja turtle was does it matter splinter the big rat from time of watching those shows i always wanted to be watching sports and my dad and for me when i watch sports i rooted for my favorite teams it got put in my blood who i loved but ultimately i watched for the chase you want to see who wins up hoisting the trophy in whatever sport you are a fan of if not all four of the major sports and beyond that you want to see the payoff whether you start watching baseball april first and end around halloween or you start watching the nba nhl in october and end in june you watch all the way through all of these regular season games you check in throughout the year and at the end you love that payoff you love the podium you love the raising of the.

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"eleven months" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Early two thousands i could argue is my favorite of the major four is completely kaput we know on july fourth without a doubt don't give me this this is why they play the games nonsense without a doubt the golden state warriors will win the nba finals in eleven months we know that boogie cousins to make that possible but by getting boogie cousins it took away another piece that a team potentially like the lakers or the celtics out east could've used if he's healthy to compete to take down the warriors but again the rich get richer and leaves me wondering why not why did this happen because for a million other reasons we can go over this the warriors drafting well for one with landing draymond green and klay thompson after the fact of already getting steph curry then they end up signing kevin durant okay stinks but they've worked around and found loopholes to make everything happen but now to sign boogie cousins why why should i find myself on a thursday night after the nfl season ends gone all right what can i get into on tnt nba doubleheader do we have you know what who cares who cares if the portland trailblazers at ten thirty eastern are playing abroad in the lakers and that follows six or celtics which potentially could be a great game on any random thursday night why would i sit on my couch and watch but yet nba ratings as they have for the past couple of seasons will tell you we all are sitting down and watching but why as the nba reached a breaking point where we will no longer be patsies to this game or is it for the simple fact that we don't care who wins championships anymore by that is you like to stockpile when when comparing great players lebron compared to jordan all the time when it comes to george got six rings lebron with three yada yada yada so we kenner when it comes to that but for a single season if we're going to sit down and watch all these games and the ratings for the nba are good this year coming up in two thousand eighteen nineteen forget good great like they've continued to be i think we are sending a message or the nba is sending a message that they have now for better or worse revolutionized why we watch sports from the time i was a little kid being raised on the couch with my father forget the power rangers forget the ninja turtles i mean i don't always want to forget the ninja turtles because who doesn't love a good leonardo or leotard oh now forgetting what the ninja turtle was does it matter splinter the big rat from time of watching those shows i always wanted to we watching sports and my dad and for me when i watch sports i rooted for my favorite teams it got put in my blood do i loved but ultimately i watched for the chase you want to see who wins up hoisting the trophy in whatever sport you are a fan of if not all of the major sports and beyond that you wanna see the payoff whether you salt watching baseball april first and around halloween or you start watching the nba nhl in october and end in june you watch all the way through all of these regular season games you check in throughout the year and at the end you love that payoff you love the podium you love the raising of the trophy but if you watch the nba in two thousand eighteen in one thousand nine which a lot of us still will i believe on the ratings you're not watching for that same reason we won state you can't be because the outcome has been pre determined it's almost as if we're watching the wwe were careers have been scripted from the standpoint of we know the warriors are winning a championship so why what why are we watching and i think the nba has come up with the greatest marketing tool slash i think scam of all time when i watch sports whether it be on espn or if i'm watching any turner broadca anybody who has the nba package.

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"eleven months" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Why they play the games nonsense without a doubt the golden state warriors will win the nba finals in eleven months we know that they'd be boogie cousins to make that possible but by getting boogie cousins it took away another piece that a team potentially like the lakers or the celtics saudis could've used if he's healthy to compete to take down the warriors but again the rich get richer and leaves me wondering why not why did this happen because for a million other reasons we can get you know go over this the warriors drafting well for one with landing draymond green and klay thompson after the fact of already getting steph curry then they ended up signing kevin durant okay stinks but they've worked around and found loopholes to make everything happen but now the sign boogie cousins why why should i find myself on a thursday night after the nfl season ends gone all right what can i get into on tnt what mba doubleheader do we have you know what who cares who cares at the portland trailblazers at ten thirty eastern are playing lebron in the lakers and that follows six or celtics which potentially could be a great game on any random thursday night why would i sit on my couch and watch but yet nba ratings as they have for the past couple of seasons will tell you we all are sitting down and watching but why as the fbi reached a breaking point where we will no longer be patsies to this game or is it for the simple fact that we don't care who wins championships anymore what i mean by that is you like to stockpile when when comparing great players lebron gets compared to jordan all the time when it comes to george got six rings lebron with three yada yada yada so we kenner when it comes to that but for a single season if we're going to sit down and watch all these games and the ratings for the nba are good this year coming up in two thousand eighteen nineteen forget good great like they've continued to be i think we are sending a message or the nba is sending a message that day of now for better or worse revolutionized why we watch sports from the time i was a little kid being raised on the couch with my father forget the power rangers forget the ninja turtles i mean i don't always want to forget the ninja turtles because who doesn't love a good leonardo or leotard oh now forgetting what the ninja turtle was does it matter splinter the big rat from time of watching those shows i always wanted to we watching sports and my dad for me when i watch sports i rooted for my favorite teams it got put in my blood do i loved but ultimately i watched for the chase you want to see who ends up hoisting the trophy in whatever sport you are a fan of if not all of the major sports and beyond that you want to see the payoff whether you will salt watching baseball april first and end around halloween or you start watching the nba nhl in october and end in june you watch all the way through all of these regular season games you check in throughout the year and at the end you love that pay off you love the podium you love the raising of the trophy but if you watch the nba in two thousand eighteen in one thousand nine which a lot of us still will i believe on the ratings you're not watching for that same reason we once did you can't be because the outcome has been pre determined it's almost as if we're watching the wwe were careers have been scripted from the standpoint of we know the warriors are winning.

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"eleven months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Plunge the most in eleven months on friday saudi arabia said it expects opec and its partners to boost it supplies later this year easing restraints intact since early twenty seventeen meanwhile russian energy minister alexander novak said that the nation's they only want what he called thoroughly prices he spoke to bloomberg at the petersburg international economic forum nobody in the opec law school or his interested in seeing an overheated market there are many factors affecting that now and pushing world prices up including deficit from unexpected production declines from geopolitical factors let's bring in charles henry moore show he's managing director at mount capital great to have you with us this morning so the biggest drop in oil in a number of years i just wonder is this a big uturn by the side as is the biggest plunge in eleven months had big and significant is this move the hint that they might return on the tops i think we need to within two context this year is wicked core for oil traders before entering into this year to kind of journalism shin was that it was going to stay low for longer i know we have to adjust your eighties that u s share production cannot meet the rising demand for oil which is not one point seven million barrels a day used to be a half of that to this sort of the decay so since thing that needs to be up on the supply side the show term solution is probably what we heard about you know rising output from from russia and opec in the mediumterm we also need to see some adjustments on the wrong ahead of the curve a disabled back where they show on the curve we cannot cannot incentivize no rising production on the site so this is maybe the second step the first step is these adjustments and obviously because there was a lot of speculative lung positional oil the move has been very brutal positions we saw money managers are really getting behind the longer oil in the last week according to the latest cftc data the question surrounds what happens next because we're leading up to what is likely to be pretty contentious opec meeting it's mostly saudi arabia and russia that are calling for these changes but doesn't mean everybody else gonna get behind it that easily the hit the game plan looks to to be in the.

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"eleven months" Discussed on StandUp SpeakUp by Tokii

StandUp SpeakUp by Tokii

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on StandUp SpeakUp by Tokii

"The sentence it's three to thirty five years based on good behavior i signed it because there was i was caught redhanded and he told me that now believe this there was a guy there was two guys that were i guess you could say business associates with me that were supposed to have been close friends on me with me they turn state against me because they were looking at them to charge them and they were going to testify interesting court to save their own asked what do you do next okay so i signed it i signed the plea agreement three to thirty five so i signed that come in the county jail for eleven months and then i get shipped to prison the penitentiary they shipped me to a level five at first because of my my charges and what i had i was supposed to go to a level one prison like a road can't ideal but because i had a fugitive warrant and another state it made me a high risk inmate so that that that's through my level all the way up to a five at first i went to a level five risen where you're lockdown twenty three hours a day if you ever get a chance there's hbo special called red onion penitentiary and it's based in virginia and it's the pre mimics the prison i was at his right next door to the prison i was at and it shows you everything about minority being locked on everything so from there i was actually worked out with the council they were able to drop my points and i still had to go to a high level three or four in the mountains of jinya what kind of people are in that what are the other inmates like gangs.

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"eleven months" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"The life in a eleven month old boy while also leaving his grandmother another baby and a teenager in the hospital firefighters did manage to rescue all three from the second floor of their home last night of the worst condition is for the grandmother who suffered seventy percent burns over her body and is in critical condition new philadelphia eagles defensive end michael bennett taken into custody today after a court appearance in texas this follows a grand jury indictment we told you about happened friday on a felony charge of quote injury to the elderly so the da's office there in houston says bennett was a spectator in houston watches brother then a player for the patriots this was thirteen months ago so oh after the game bennett allegedly shoved his way onto the field through a crowd where players were gathering to celebrate but the security the stadium security personnel including that sixtysixyearold paraplegic woman says she was working security detail reportedly told bennett he had to use a different entrance for the field access and they claim while he was pushing his way through the crowd including the woman he caused injuries so he's faces up to ten years in jail for this this next door is a crazy story a mother crashing her suv into a telephone pole in an attempt to convince her young children god is real so police say bahari warren veered into oncoming traffic with their children in the back seat eventually hit a pole on the side of the road for children are five and seven they told police that her eyes were closed and she was saying blah blah blah i love god and she wanted us to know god was real well now mom knows the jail israel the twenty five year old woman who according to police admitted to crashing on purpose she's in jail charged with cruelty to children the children who thank goodness are not injured are now living with their grandparents let's check in now with i witness weather and katie fehlinger and tonight remains clear and called the low dropping to twenty nine tomorrow starting office some sunshine but with time the clouds begin to build and then tomorrow night especially watch for a shower the high milder up to fifty two and cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger more weather cbsphillycom heavenly.

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"eleven months" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"They justify all of their reporting for eleven months what have they ever get their good name and credibility back by the way the media it has no idea the level of exposure that's coming their way non the media has they have gone so far out there that there will be a dramatic dramatic rejection of them coming in probably very soon because they have put their ideology ahead of the service of the american people and it goes the same for democrats they they think that this is a a good policy for them or a good platform for them to just be no no no and called the president you know just say russia trump russia trump collusion collusion collusion and then we can say racist racist racist even though the president condemn condemn condemned and they can say it all they want and it's it's not going to inspire one american to feel that they got the ability to solve the problems as country faces that's the shaming all of those so you got the deep state you got the media got democrats and you have the republican party that has frankly losing and lost all identity you know impart all of what i have laid out this week on radio and tv and playing the cuts after cuts in the history of every two four years the race card being played in every election elect republicans black churches burn and they don't want to count you in the census and it's like my father was killed all over again and on and on and on and on they're the party of jim crow oh it's like the republicans have never fought back against what has been a false lying narrative and.

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"eleven months" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WLAC

"They justify all of their reporting for eleven months what have they ever get their good name and credibility back by the way the media it has no idea the level of exposure that's coming their way non the media has they have gone so far out there that there will be a dramatic dramatic rejection of them coming in probably very soon because they have put their ideology ahead of the surface of the american people and it goes the same for democrats they they think that this is a a good policy for them or a good platform for them to just be no no no and call the president just say russia trump russia trump collusion collusion collusion and then we can say racist racist racist even though the president condemned condemn condemned and they can say it all they want in an it's it's not going to inspire one american to feel that they got the ability to solve the problems as country faces at the shame all of those so you got the deep state you've got the media got democrats and you have the republican party that has frankly losing and lost all identity you know impart all of what i have laid out this week on radio and tv and playing the cuts after cuts in the history of every two four years the race card being played in every election elect republicans black churches burned and they don't want to count you in the census and it's like my father was killed all over again and on and on and on and on they're the party of jim crow whoa it's like the republicans have never fought back against what has been a false lying narrative and.

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"eleven months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"They justify all of their reporting for eleven months what have they ever get their good name and credibility back by the way the media it has no idea the level of exposure that's coming their way non the media has they have gone so far out there that there will be a dramatic dramatic rejection of them coming in probably very soon because they have put their ideology ahead of the service to the american people and it goes the same for democrats they they think that this is a a good policy for them or a good platform for them to just be no no no and called the president you know just say russia trump russian collusion collusion collusion and then we can say racist racist racist even though the president condemn condemn condemned and they can say it all they want in it's it's not going to inspire one american to feel that they've got the ability to solve the problems as country faces that's the show ayman all of those so you've got the deep state you've got the media got democrats and you have the republican party that has frankly losing and lost all identity you know impart all of what i have laid out this week on radio and tv and playing the cuts after cuts in the history of every two four years the race card being played in every election elect republicans black churches burn and they don't want account you in the census and it's like my father was killed all over again and on and on and on and on they're the party of jim crow oh it's like the republicans have never fought back against what has been a false lying narrative and this is what is so infuriating if you're a conservative you know you have a a an instinctive revolts ship at white supremacy the.

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"eleven months" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"They justify all of their reporting for eleven months what had that they ever get their good name and credibility back by the way the media it has no idea the level of exposure that's coming their way non the media has they have gone so far out there that there will be a dramatic dramatic rejection of them coming in probably very soon because they have put their ideology ahead of the service of the american people and it goes the same for democrats they they think that this is a a good policy for them or a good platform for them to just be no no no and called the president you know just say russia trump russia trump collusion collusion collusion and then we can say racist racist racist even though the president condemn condemn condemned and they can say it all they want and it's it's not going to inspire one american to feel that they've got the ability to solve the problems as country faces that's the shaming all of those so you've got the deep state you got the media got democrats and you have the republican party that has frankly losing and lost all identity you know impart all of what i have laid out this week on radio and tv and playing the cuts after cuts in the history of every two four years the race card being played in every election elect republicans black churches burn and they don't want to count you in the census and it's like my father was killed all over again and on and on and on and on they're the party of jim crow oh it's like the republicans have never fought back against what has been a false lying narrative and.

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"eleven months" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WRVA

"They justify all of their reporting for eleven months what have they ever get their good name and credibility back by the way the media it has no idea the level of exposure that's coming their way non the media has they have gone so far out there that there will be a dramatic dramatic rejection of them coming in probably very soon because they have put their ideology ahead of the service the american people and it goes the same for democrats they they think that this is a a good policy for them or a good platform for them to just be no no no and called the president you know just say russia trump russia trump collusion collusion collusion and then we can say racist racist racist even though the president condemn condemn condemned and they can say it all they want in it's it's not going to inspire one american to feel that they got the ability to solve the problems as country faces that's the shame and all of this so you've got the deep state you got the media got democrats and you have the republican party that has frankly losing and lost all identity you know in part all of what i have laid out this week on radio and tv and playing the cuts after cuts in the history of every two four years the race card being played in every election elect republicans black churches burn and they don't want account you in the census and it's like my father was killed all over again and on and on and on and on they're the party of jim crow oh it's like the republicans have never fought back against what has been a false lying narrative and.

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