35 Burst results for "January February"

Is Craig Smith the Bruins' Most Underrated Player?

Poke the Bear

01:24 min | Last month

Is Craig Smith the Bruins' Most Underrated Player?

"Think Craig Smith has a lot that play into it. And again for a guy who is signed here, who you know, I remember back in college, you know, January February, people are like, all right well for the expansion draft like this since it's not hanging around, right? This guy is what Thirty one years old like he's got just a couple of goals like where did he kind of fit into the mix? But you know it's just been a great signing for the Bruins to get this guy who I think for all of us going into it, you know, I always excited. I think, you know, a lot of people were you look at his numbers like art. This is a guy who's going to help this team, but not a lot of people expect them to be a top-six guy, right? I think he was going to be a very, very good. Third one guy, almost like oil, right? Like coil if he's your top six. You know, you'll be fine, I guess, but he's not exactly what what you want. But, but he's in a third line role. He's a very good in terms of getting those matchups to Heaven. Be your second one, right wing, and to really solidify that line but doing some of the little things it's good to see in. It's good that a guy like him gets rewarding because I think it seems like leading up to, you know, Craig Smith scored that goal was going to be another game where, you know, we talked about Taylor Hall and again, it's all deserved in terms of how great he's been. But don't overlook judging, you know how good Craig Smith? Is it? Doing the little things that help get that line. So any of those great, a chances. So he's just been fantastic this year for the Bruins.

Craig Smith Bruins Taylor Hall
AP FACT CHECK: Biden skews figures on border, taxes, more

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

AP FACT CHECK: Biden skews figures on border, taxes, more

"The AP finds it president Biden is offering a misleading account of what's going on at the U. S. Mexico border at its first news conference since taking office president Biden was pressed on the situation at the border vied says the US will take steps to quickly move hundreds of migrant children and teens out of cramped detention facilities but while the president sought to betray the rise in migrants is little different from seasonal increases in the past it just happens every single solitary year AP fact check found unaccompanied immigrant children have come to the border in higher numbers than what he said according to figures from U. S. customs and border protection authorities encountered over nine thousand children without a parent in February that's a sixty one percent increase from January not twenty eight percent the number rose thirty one percent between January February twenty nineteen before the pandemic while Biden tried to play down his inauguration is the reason many children and teenagers have decided to migrate to the U. S. that's not the reason they're coming migrants interviewed by the AP have expressed hope that the country would be more permissive under Biden than under trump Jennifer king Washington

President Biden Biden U. S. Customs And Border Prote U. AP Mexico United States Jennifer King Washington
Biden says he would 'be flattered' if migrants are surging because of him

C-SPAN Programming

02:26 min | 3 months ago

Biden says he would 'be flattered' if migrants are surging because of him

"Along the US Mexico border, dominating the first part of the news conference, in which the president said that he is trying to fix a problem he claims President Trump began in Michelle Sender is the PBS news, Our White House correspondent with this question to President Biden. How do you resolve that tension? And how are you choosing which families in state, which can go given the fact that even though with title 42, there are some families that are staying. And is there a timeline for when we won't be seeing these overcrowded facilities with run by CPB when it comes to unaccompanied minors? Well, look, I guess I should be flattered. People are coming because I'm the nice guy. That's reason why it's happening. And I'm a decent man over Havers phrase that you know that's why they're coming because no Biden's agreed Guy. Truth of the matter is nothing has changed as many people came 28% increase in Children of the border in my administration, 31% in the last year of in 2019 before the pandemic in the Trump administration, It happens every single solitary year There is a significant increase the number of people coming to the border and the winter months of January, February March. It happens every year. In addition to that there is a and nobody and by the way, does anybody suggest that there was a 31% increase under Trump because he was a nice guy, and he was doing good things that the border that's not the reason they're coming. The reason they're coming is that it's the time they can travel with the least likelihood of dying on the way because the heat the desert number one number two They're coming because the circumstances in country in country the way to deal with this problem, and I started to deal with it back when I was a United States Senator, I mean, vice president for putting together a bipartisan plan over $700 million to do the root causes of why people are leaving. What did Trump do? He eliminated that funding. He didn't use him. He didn't do it. In addition to that, what he did he did. Men, all the elements that exist to deal with what had been a problem and cook and has been continued to be a problem for a long time.

President Trump Michelle Sender Pbs News President Biden Havers Trump Administration CPB White House Mexico Biden United States Donald Trump
"january february" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

01:35 min | 3 months ago

"january february" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"You're saying hey there's little sports bet site on march still get fifty bucks your on intellect get fifty bucks back into maybe restaurants opening and you're just get fifty bucks out of this. You're going to want it days here. Yeah which is an issue because fox guaranteed michigan state and all the boys here by the way tie tonner digs company on boys. We appreciate you guys listening and watching wherever you may be i. He told me in michigan foxy. Correct me if i'm wrong. Fox grew up in michigan diehard michigan fan in michigan. It's january february is. Oh april may june july august september october november december. January february is home. Rocket mortgage. Don't bet against tom. Izzo in march path rocket mortgage april. Let's get to a break. So i put a lot of money on that just because what box said just so my misery tomorrow when his little bullshit narrative that he talked me into up cost me a lot of money. That's why did you take it out on him. So it was the biggest lock he's ever handed out he actually he put it. He raised his finger to it on his computer screen and then told the entire office. Biggest lock i've ever made. And then wanting to this whole january february is speech at fortunately said the same thing before the maryland game. He did but this one was a good delivery. It does feel like he's moving the goalposts a little bit. But this one feels real gem.

fifty bucks michigan Fox tomorrow april january february january January february march june july tom february tie tonner digs november december august lot of money september maryland money
"january february" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:13 min | 4 months ago

"january february" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On is the Constitution right away. I still remember this day back in. I guess it was. I don't know. January February, it's hard to remember everything. Sort of you feel this way. Kind of just Flows together and everyday feels the same. In many respects it was during the presidential debate. All the Democrats were up on stage. So Kamila Harris says that she wants the ban guns using executive orders, and Joe Biden says, Can't do it Constitution. Comma Harris has this, you know, Take your time and turns around to Joe and says, Well, Joe, I say yes, we can. Ha ha ha ha! Does that you know it's fake laugh and Joseph's no notes. The Constitution can't do it can't do it Can't do it. He was actually right. You can't do it, but they're doing it anyway. So they're going after the Second Amendment using executive action on that. They're still using what happened on January 6th, the capital of justify keeping the capital fence up, I guess indefinitely And now declaring that domestic terrorists are the biggest problem facing America. But where are these domestic terrorists? And so they're also now going after the first Amendment to your Freedom of association, the fourth Amendment your right to privacy under the Constitution. To fact, they can't spy on you. They're spying on people. Only in these all these chat rooms and monitoring people what they're saying on the Internet. Who is failing on that front, too. And he's also about to have the biggest massive immigration push in modern American history. What I what I find amazing is that the Southern borders basically open Yeah, they said, come on in. And anybody who got here By January 1st. We'll be able to get citizenship within three years. There is going to jump the line. Just come on in. You're here and you know He said. He wouldn't do that. And he's doing that too. Well, let's let's think about the vaccine issue for a second and I a bad person for saying that I want my country vaccinated first. Before we start giving our supply to the rest of the world. Does that make me a bad person? I don't think so. But then again, I've been programmed as you have, as we all have to believe that. And if you if you want to put your country first, you're a bad head person. They see the left. Does this right? They have this. This this idea. Which is that America has to atone for its sins. And before we can ever be better than anybody in anything. We have to give it all away first, because that's how we atone for our past sins. Remember, they view America's having really screwed up badly. He's got all these different problems and we started with just a bad, clean or bad people, bad place. And so the idea that we would vaccinate the American population first achieved herd immunity in our country and then help the rest of the world. Bad is an awful thing to think. How dare you, sir? How I I apologize for Bringing gender into it. I'm not my bed. How dare you person How dare you think that this is what Biden said today. They're not only gonna do this in terms of vaccinating the world, but they're also going to spend a ton of our money doing it. Why? Why can't we just worry about our own people first? You know, this is the same mindset that gets us into endless wars. We have to feel like we've got to go all over the planet and defend everybody and topple regimes. And now it's you got to go across the planet and spread vaccines. Can we just focus on ourselves and just take care of ourselves and worry about our people for a change? Don't you notice we've got a lot of people hurting in this country? But that's not how the left thinks they don't They think that we were guilty. And so the only way to cleanse our guilt is to just help the rest of the world with everything, whether it's toppling a dictator. Giving out our supply of vaccines giving away our money. It's all the same for them. It's the same thing. You must atone. How dare you celebrate your American success your bad, bad person. See, I didn't fall from the gender trap there, huh? Right. That makes my head shake. Let's start with this tonight in the market, then show of me Rich is the only in for the great one. Let's start with this, Shall we? This is President Biden today, pledging lots and lots of our money. Cut number six. We must cooperate if we're going to defeat Kovar 19 everywhere. My first presidential massive security memorandum focused on surging health and humanitarian response is to defeat Kovar 19 and to better prevent and prepare for the next pandemic. Today. I'm announcing the United States. Is making a $2 billion pledge to Kovacs. With the promise of initial $2 billion, urge others to step up as well it even as we fight to get out of the teeth this pandemic. Resurgence of Ebola in Africa is a stark reminder we must simultaneously work to finally finance health security, strengthen global health systems. And create early, warm one. You systems prevent, detect and respond to future biological threats because they will keep coming. Have to work together to strengthen to reform the world Health or Riveting, absolutely riveting. I mean, just so inspirational. As he was reading from the teleprompter. I just couldn't help but think you know, getting the world vaccine is great. It's groovy and all but the world gotta got us into this mess because We trusted the World Health Organization who completely in bed with China. We have allowed this kind of global mindset to drive our decision making for so long. Because we were all in with the world. We we have a pandemic now, in other words, instead of calling BS on the World Health Organization in January 2020. They were telling everybody that there was no human to human transmission. We now know that there was human to human transmission going as far back in September. September of 2019. At least that's what the World Health organization is now discovering in their investigation. Why can't we just worry about our own people? Why can't we just take care of ourselves first? Is that a bet? I mean, is that Is that really such a bad thing? I'm tired of the guilt because I want to make sure that my parents are vaccinated and your parents are vaccinated and you're vaccinated. I'm tired of the guilt that I want Schools open, and so yeah, I want to put us first and make sure people are taken care of. And excuse me for feeling like a bad person. Because I want my president to make sure that I'm okay. First. That my people are okay first. If we had heard immunity here. That would go a big step to return immunity in the world and we wouldn't have to worry as much because we'd be providing the world with about 325 million Americans. Were vaccinated. Let's go. Let's let's do say 300 million towards her community. Pretty good if you ask me. Why can't we just focus on ourselves first? That is my question. 8773813811. It is the Mark Levin Show. The Great One is off tonight. To me. Rich is the only with you from Wpht in Philadelphia. We're coming right back. Month love in Washington. Small W M A l were Washington comes to tell you. Thanks for calling 1 800 got junk. This is Sarah. How can I help?.

Joe Biden Sarah Joe Kamila Harris World Health Organization January 6th January 2020 300 million Joseph September Kovacs $2 billion September of 2019 Today January February Biden Washington World Health 8773813811 tonight
Interview With Ciaran McCrickard

Photography Radio

06:10 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Ciaran McCrickard

"Today i am really thrilled. I am very happy to be talking with karen. Cricket karen is a as his website describes them a freelance photographer over in worthing in the uk specializing in architecture portrait and editorial work but to say that really does not do justice to his career at all. His work has been on the front page of every national newspaper in the uk. He has a portfolio of celebrities and public figures. That i think is the envy of anybody working in that field and most interesting for conversation. Today he has a brand new projects underway which is bright and colorful. And i'm not about to give away any more of it. Because i want. I want to hear it described from the author's own voice karen today how are you today. I'm good thank you scott. Thank you for coding tonky. Let me on the podcast. I really appreciate it. Well this is going to be a real pleasure. I have to ask because the news as recording this the uk is getting the first doses of the covid vaccine house. The mood over there. Is everybody pretty excited for this. A little skeptical. Yeah a real mixed bag. I think people are excited. But i think we're slightly skeptical simply because of the way. I think our government is handle it so far hasn't been will beating a world class so i think at the moment i think the government and riding on this vaccine in the final with us country have it. The people are the kind of nevada. They don't necessarily know where they're gonna abbott Trusted really. I think we're just gonna see how it goes is obviously the first day so we'll just say well. I hope it all works out better than anybody's expectations because photography as well as every other profession on the planet has been really affected by the lockdowns which brings me to to. Let's just jump in the deep end here. You have a project that is really interesting and really impressive called parks and no recreation thrown and before we get into it. We should tell everybody that your website. And i hope they go to. This sort of follow along is mcgregor. Photography dot co dot uk mcgregor m. c. c. r. I c. k. a. r. d. photography all one word dot co dot uk. And they can get to this project from the about page at the bottom. You've got linked to the latest editorial from the guardian. Which is this but there's also a separate site. I'm a cricket. Photography dot e set dot com slash parks to no recreation. So give it a shot folks. You're gonna find can't tell us what what is parks to no recreation will. It was born simply out of the pandemic under lockdown. Obviously the whole pandemic star raises heading january february. And then i know it's things starting to really slowdown in february with jobs dropping off. 'cause i do work in london and i do abroad. The that stuff abroad really dropped off after march but the stuff in london to fade away a bit and then obviously march the twenty fourth think it was came along and everything just disappeared and i think a lot of us were staring into an abyss. Really we didn't really know what was happening or what would happen in in the future. So once march twenty four th came in on are starting to think. I need to look for different things to do. I need to look about finding another way of bringing money subject to kids and wife allow allowable will kind of thing so i went out and i started. June speculative stuff. Mt beaches empty days. Mtpa the nice to after a couple of weeks to try and pushing these. These specs pitches to the newspapers. I wasn't getting anywhere. And i realized is because there was so many other photographers out. Who in the same boat because the country had shutdowns. There was no concerts. Politicians went moving. The royalty weren't moving around those no sports games to all those talk. I used to do that stuff. Had nothing to do so everyone was out doing the same thing so a couple of weeks. Anita do some different so driving around with my girls just exercise trying to get you know do anything. We could really to get out a house every day and exert. She won't matthias. Projects i started was single unwonted potomac and it was actually photographing oldest stuff. That people would clearing out of their houses and carriages loss because people were home all the time now they can coach their offices were board said they clean out the houses on the street for people to take and this ranged from absolute junk to stuff that you think well i can actually have the semi on home kind of thing so i start around photographing just driving around all this stuff that people would leave and that was great after a while i noticed that people only have a finite amount stuff and they were taking it and it was all around anymore. This is after a couple of weeks. It was all going on. I roy okay. Let's think about doing more empty stuff places. The arm inhabited anymore about football pitches. Tennis cool things like that. But they're all the same from above or any point the rule of saying some slightly different colors. So i think i think i did. I went to a crazy gulf. Cut range thing that name kills co two and it was usually close down. So i'm gonna see what it looks like from above so i got the trona look. Good it look nice. There was competition that was colors but it was. It was really really busy too. It was a crazy sensitive like dinosaurs volcanoes all this stuff kicking off in mobile. They look good. But i'm going to try something else. So i went round to my local park zone. Ikuta wall traffic control and got up and shot from higher up. So you can see everything and then i realized actually close. You got to the ground low. You went the more abstract it became. The battery looked

UK Karen Cricket Worthing Abbott Mcgregor London Nevada Scott Roy Okay Matthias Anita United States Tennis Football Ikuta
How the pandemic has affected small business in New York City's Chinatown

Good Food

04:51 min | 6 months ago

How the pandemic has affected small business in New York City's Chinatown

"As the pandemic to called of the nation. One community in particular began to crack early New York City's Chinatown. Faced with the economic concerns and xenophobic fears, Chinese restaurants faced a sobering future author and culinary historian Grace Young Co. Created coronavirus Chinatown stories, which looks to share the narratives of those small business owners struggling to stay open in the wake of the pandemic. Hi, Grace. Hi, Evan. Last March, you spent a day filming the stories of mom and pop restaurants in New York's Chinatown. Many at that point we're still open. How quickly did things change after your visit? Well that day when we were interviewing the restaurant owners, one of them told us that 70% of Chinatown restaurant owners had decided to close the following day and I don't know how he knew that information. In fact, a few hours after we did the interviews On March, the 15th mayor, de Blasio announced that he was shutting all restaurants across the city except for take out So the day that we were in Chinatown was really on the last day that trying town was as we think of it, and we were recording living history documenting where everybody was at that moment. How many restaurant owners did you end up speaking with On that day, we interviewed four restaurants, a restaurant owners and one shop owner. And since that time you've interviewed quite a few more I have. One of the interviews was actually the follow up of restaurant owner that we interviewed on March the 15th May Chow, who owned a Malaysian French restaurant called was a piece. And we went back and interviewed her actually two more times because she closed for two months, and then she opened and lasted for one month. And so we went in and interviewed her as she was closing. I want to play a clip from one of your videos. And it's It speaks to the unique stresses and xenophobia that restaurant tours in Chinatown experienced in those very early days of the pandemic, And this clip is from That restaurant or May chow from the restaurant, Josie piece, a Malaysian French restaurant. We did a very good delivery, but we still have to shut it down because Would work up. I'm afraid of their safety because we have this still xenophobic, right? And they have to take the subway when finish work is about 10 11. They're just the fear their family are really worried about their safety like saying you go to work, You might not come back or something. You know that home. It's just maybe we think, Oh, this is hysterical. But it's real for us in the Chinese community. They're afraid of their safety. They're afraid. The virus. They're afraid this virus going to invest it in in their community, then is really the stigma and saying Look, Chinese have all the virus, right? We are afraid of our safety. Yesterday. My waiter Um, he lived in Queens. So you take the subway to come here to check on me, he say so afraid He was a young guy, he say's afraid because before this two weeks ago He got pushed by people. You got to push early on in the pandemic. We talked so much about the issue of xenophobia in Chinatown. But We haven't heard us much about it Since. Are your contacts in Chinatown reporting stories of xenophobia and racism Still I think it's less right now. I think back in January February March, it was at its height. I think it's certainly still exist now. But it's not as pronounced as it Woz, but it's certainly exists. And I was in China town recently when I saw somebody go up to a street vendor and just knock down their umbrella and cart. And, um, my husband ran after the guy, but, um I think people are subjected to a lot of abuse right now.

Grace Young Co. De Blasio Chinatown Josie Piece Evan New York City Grace Chow New York Queens China
Google’s new Chromecast is getting an Apple TV app soon

What the Tech

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Google’s new Chromecast is getting an Apple TV app soon

"Go this year. Finally release something that makes sense Which is that chromecast mcdougal. Tv and it makes sense from a price perspective because it's inexpensive. It comes with remote something that was my next by the way same thing And it's In there doing the thing to apple has tried to do but they're doing an even better job of it which is aggregating content from all the services. You already. you're already paying for now going to be on board with that by everyone. I mean the the yeah netflix's of the world or whatever 'cause companies can kind of opt out of that if they don't want to be part of that and that's that's you know whatever that's not going to do about but I think that the interface that they landed on his very very good The only reason. I don't use it every day. Right now is because apple. Tv is not on it. Apple tvs come into it in january february so

Chromecast Mcdougal Apple Netflix
Can I take cuttings from my Christmas cactus?

Your Gardening Questions

03:10 min | 6 months ago

Can I take cuttings from my Christmas cactus?

"Always get compliments from my family on my christmas. Cactus can i take cuttings from it and route them as gifts. And how do i go about doing that without hurting my plant. Hey let me start. With the fact that when she says she has been complicated complimented that means she's had the planet that's means it's a fairly mature plant And that can be. I don't know a foot wide. It could be even two feet wide at this point now. i'm glad she's been complimented and that means that she's doing things right as to the growing plant now Let's if you can go with my image or hopefully being created with trimming the taxes in front of my house. there are some brands. That are quite long. That i do need to cut back. I'm going to reach into those by eighteen. Twenty four inches and gonna cut right in front of a pair or so of smaller. Buds or smaller. Little bitty stems than i know are still alive and ready to roar for next year. And i'll take out that whole branch back to their now with that having been said it's about the same thing on christmas cactus. Because this is however you won't be cutting back to a pair per se. You just kinda going to snap it off at the intersections from one little Stem section to the next Now anything she does is going to be injurious to a very small extent. Very small With the plant. Growing as i suspect that one is I would wait until it has done flowering just because flowering in itself is a pretty heavy load on a plant so that she doesn't take any more chance than necessary to Cut its production possibilities for itself. I would wait until his finished flowering which might be january february At that point in time. It's a matter i would use a razor blade or or sharp sharp knives and just simply cut from the tip back in toward the center at intersections. Now there will be some where you can actually cut back to side buds or side. Little stems and some. That won't be the case again as we spoke to not trimming take all the trimmings for evergreen boughs out of one part of the plant. I would indeed follow that same rule. Now i don't know how big the plant is. Let's just say that it's it's big enough that you could take twelve stem tips two or three sections long and not hurt the plant in appearance. Now you it cuts off a little bit of the food manufacturing but darn little so that you keep the plant healthy you have the cuttings. Then it comes a question of how to do it. I have done a few. So what hap hazardously simply in water. taller glass. That will hold the things up right. I put an inch of water in the bottom last and stick several men there until they root It it's not very efficient way. A producer would shutter to hear me. Say it but at the same time for home that's fine.

Writing and Marketing Books During the Pandemic With Michelle Jackson and Gertrud Nonterah

The Thought Card

05:59 min | 7 months ago

Writing and Marketing Books During the Pandemic With Michelle Jackson and Gertrud Nonterah

"Welcome everyone spending another episode of the thought card podcast. Today we have two very very special guests. They're both my internet buddies. I've actually met michelle in real life as well and hope to g soon but we have a lot in common we are all podcasters. We are all also authors and we're all have a liking in an interest in the personal finance space as well. So i really wanted to bring us all together to talk primarily about what it's like writing right now during the pandemic because it does its little challenging like there's good things there's bad things there's good days and bad days but has honest conversation. I think will be helpful for those who are thinking about writing books or those who are writing books right now. So why don't we go around the room and introduced ourselves and what types of books you right. so let's start with g. a. l. Yell so thank you so much for having me on your podcast. I really appreciate you. I am many things and wear many hats. But i can help you Launch reminds writing. Business where you get paid anywhere between one hundred and five hundred dollars to write articles and you can do multiple times over and over and actually make that a living And i also coach women on how to take a book idea from blank page to complete book as well as with a marketing clan. And i absolutely have a passion for these things. I have a passion for writing. I run Several projects Like you all. I wear several different hats for the purpose of this conversation. I run a personal finance website and podcast called. Michelle is money. agreed. Where michael is really help. People have empathetic conversations about money but also to monetize what you already know monetize and sell what you already know and leverage the internet to do that and e-books in particular In britain content similar to g does is where. I'm focused i started my interest with. E-books was a kind of fostered. Because i hate it low paying freelance work. And because i was able to leverage the book sales to a certain amount whereas getting really nice income coming in i stopped freelancing and then was able to go back in an almost eight months later in only pig great clients because i had money the end from these different revenue streams so I love leveraging writing as a skill in. I think it's gonna be a lot of fun to talk about all these. yes well. I am super excited. Gee i think we're gonna get started with you. What inspired you to write a book during the pandemic this is a book had been monster to write for a really long time rights and i think that office in the office. I coach most of the time when they come to me. It's not because they don't have the ability to write a book. It's not they don't have ideas. But because maybe they're in their own heads about it right or They've been using everything else is on excuse as to why they won't write the book and so when the pandemic hits and we could go nowhere literally go nowhere. I was like life. First of all life is really short and then on top of that like all your excuses to do stuff right now just went out the window. So why don't you just sit down and write so i had. I had this that. I was already writing so this is a good time to finish it. I gave myself a month to finish the book completely. And then another month to edit and then And get the book covering all that together within two months my book you know i was able to launch the book so i had been wasting it for a while but i think one of the pandemic happened a little my excuses who out the window and also i think that it made a lot of us have rethought. A lot of things in this pandemic happened right i. There's not a single person on the planet right now that That have not that. Hasn't rethought everything so my book Is win felines writing. It's on amazon right now. And you know. I i talk about writing. I get questions while what's felines writing. How can i get started. And so i put all that into volumes so that people could go purchase that on amazon. That's why i finished writing the book. I had the book idea. I never really to finish. And the pandemic really got a lotta thinking right. So i'm one of those things was get your book out girl. So so that was. That was why i would in the middle of a pandemic very very inspiring now michelle. I know that your story is a little bit different because you had quite a few books already the queue that you were going to release and the pandemic hit so what do you think is has been the hardest part of writing all these books that you're ready had planned during this time. Well it's interesting. Because i actually was working very specific strategy. I had already released a few books in january february. And i'm going to tell you the names of those just to give you context about how things went really left so for my romance fiction. I decided to write a series of books that take place at the vets. That event was the olympics. The olympics the the first year says first time since world war two that the freaking olympics are canceled. I have these books that i was working specific strategy with and i was like i want to say a bad word but i'm not going to okay however for my not fiction books. I had two other ones that i wrote and out again this january february and the second the first one in his share of i actually had recorded additional interviews to be embedded into that book is supplement the book

Michelle Britain Michael Amazon Olympics
Writing and Marketing Books During the Pandemic With Michelle Jackson and Gertrud Nonterah

The Thought Card

05:59 min | 7 months ago

Writing and Marketing Books During the Pandemic With Michelle Jackson and Gertrud Nonterah

"Welcome everyone spending another episode of the thought card podcast. Today we have two very very special guests. They're both my internet buddies. I've actually met michelle in real life as well and hope to g soon but we have a lot in common we are all podcasters. We are all also authors and we're all have a liking in an interest in the personal finance space as well. So i really wanted to bring us all together to talk primarily about what it's like writing right now during the pandemic because it does its little challenging like there's good things there's bad things there's good days and bad days but has honest conversation. I think will be helpful for those who are thinking about writing books or those who are writing books right now. So why don't we go around the room and introduced ourselves and what types of books you right. so let's start with g. a. l. Yell so thank you so much for having me on your podcast. I really appreciate you. I am many things and wear many hats. But i can help you Launch reminds writing. Business where you get paid anywhere between one hundred and five hundred dollars to write articles and you can do multiple times over and over and actually make that a living And i also coach women on how to take a book idea from blank page to complete book as well as with a marketing clan. And i absolutely have a passion for these things. I have a passion for writing. I run Several projects Like you all. I wear several different hats for the purpose of this conversation. I run a personal finance website and podcast called. Michelle is money. agreed. Where michael is really help. People have empathetic conversations about money but also to monetize what you already know monetize and sell what you already know and leverage the internet to do that and e-books in particular In britain content similar to g does is where. I'm focused i started my interest with. E-books was a kind of fostered. Because i hate it low paying freelance work. And because i was able to leverage the book sales to a certain amount whereas getting really nice income coming in i stopped freelancing and then was able to go back in an almost eight months later in only pig great clients because i had money the end from these different revenue streams so I love leveraging writing as a skill in. I think it's gonna be a lot of fun to talk about all these. yes well. I am super excited. Gee i think we're gonna get started with you. What inspired you to write a book during the pandemic this is a book had been monster to write for a really long time rights and i think that office in the office. I coach most of the time when they come to me. It's not because they don't have the ability to write a book. It's not they don't have ideas. But because maybe they're in their own heads about it right or They've been using everything else is on excuse as to why they won't write the book and so when the pandemic hits and we could go nowhere literally go nowhere. I was like life. First of all life is really short and then on top of that like all your excuses to do stuff right now just went out the window. So why don't you just sit down and write so i had. I had this that. I was already writing so this is a good time to finish it. I gave myself a month to finish the book completely. And then another month to edit and then And get the book covering all that together within two months my book you know i was able to launch the book so i had been wasting it for a while but i think one of the pandemic happened a little my excuses who out the window and also i think that it made a lot of us have rethought. A lot of things in this pandemic happened right i. There's not a single person on the planet right now that That have not that. Hasn't rethought everything so my book Is win felines writing. It's on amazon right now. And you know. I i talk about writing. I get questions while what's felines writing. How can i get started. And so i put all that into volumes so that people could go purchase that on amazon. That's why i finished writing the book. I had the book idea. I never really to finish. And the pandemic really got a lotta thinking right. So i'm one of those things was get your book out girl. So so that was. That was why i would in the middle of a pandemic very very inspiring now michelle. I know that your story is a little bit different because you had quite a few books already the queue that you were going to release and the pandemic hit so what do you think is has been the hardest part of writing all these books that you're ready had planned during this time. Well it's interesting. Because i actually was working very specific strategy. I had already released a few books in january february. And i'm going to tell you the names of those just to give you context about how things went really left so for my romance fiction. I decided to write a series of books that take place at the vets. That event was the olympics. The olympics the the first year says first time since world war two that the freaking olympics are canceled. I have these books that i was working specific strategy with and i was like i want to say a bad word but i'm not going to okay however for my not fiction books. I had two other ones that i wrote and out again this january february and the second the first one in his share of i actually had recorded additional interviews to be embedded into that book is supplement the book

Michelle Britain Michael Amazon Olympics
Michael Flynn: Trump pardons ex-national security adviser

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:22 min | 7 months ago

Michael Flynn: Trump pardons ex-national security adviser

"Former. Us national security adviser. Michael flynn who was convicted during the justice department inquiry into alleged russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election has been pardoned by president. Donald trump trump called his own action. A great honor whilst house speaker. Nancy pelosi called it an act of grave corruption and abrazen brazen abuse of power. Well which is it. And what kind of precedent does it set. Let's get the opinion of scott lucas professor of us. Politics at the university of birmingham scott. Good morning to you. Good morning do remind us of flynn's short-lived term. I think it was just three weeks in the white house. Well while it was only three weeks in the white house there was an import run up to the while he was on the trump campaign in two thousand sixteen. Because michael. Flynn lied to the fbi on two occasions and pleaded implied pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi about a number of conversations. He had with the russian ambassador. Sergei kislyak and december two thousand sixteen. Why were those conversations important because they were about an incoming trump administration lifting sanctions on russia. That had just been imposed by president. Barack obama over moscow's interference in the two thousand sixteen election and interference which of course favoured donald trump. So the was that that michael flynn on behalf of the trump campaign or trump transition was trading immediate political favors in exchange for russia's help The initially the trump administration tried to keep planning office in january february two thousand and seventeen but he had to be sacrificed trump's trying to create a firewall to prevent further investigation. That investigation didn't stop of course accommodated in the miller report which found that there was cooperation between the trump folks and the russians but the right wing insisted and kept pressing trump. You must pardon. Michael flynn he became like this icon for the misinformation that this was all a deep state plot to overthrow the president and we do at some point. That trump would probably pardon fled. It just so happens to come. Easy as trump is trying to cling onto the white house after losing the election in november. We'll see what kind of precedent does this set. I mean do you think that we'll see trump do similar in this. Lame duck period. Oh yeah i think there will be more. And i think that's for a couple of reasons but first let me remind you. That is not just that michael. Flynn actually lied to the fbi about the russia case. It's also that michael flood may have faced prosecution over being an unregistered agent for a foreign power. Taking hundreds of thousands of dollars shrunk turkey and russia for his work while he was on the trump campaign to the extent of making on voice of the turkish government. About extraditing a cleric who is considered an opponent of president aired on And that michael. Flynn was making more money of trying to get nuclear power plants for saudi arabia while he was on the trump campaign and the trump administration In other words trump is willing to give flint a pass for that for two reasons. One he wants to bury the trump russia a fair and trump still faces possible charges over obstruction of justice over trump russia. And secondly michael. Flynn could testify against donald trump in a number of proceedings that are ongoing at state and federal level. Trump wants to cut off that possibility. But you know what michael not. The only person who could testify against donald trump avoid that possibility and of course after trump's term ends in january. He is as you say likely to face. Many legal challenges is there any way he can preemptively. Pardon himself no. We don't think so. I mean no president has tried to pardon himself so we're on noodle legal ground but mostly glands say no that power can't be used to get yourself off the hook what donald trump could do however days before january twentieth. Joe biden takes office resign. Let mike pence become president mike pence pardons donald trump. That is an extraordinary scenario to to think of if it didn't happen in the interest of a united america do you think joe biden might pardon trump if he is convicted. I don't think biden will pardon trump because the scale of the abuse of power by trump as well as the possible crimes is is great probably greater than that of richard nixon in the nineteen seventies. But i what. I do think joe biden will do as is that he will not possibly. He will not push the justice department To do federal investigations in other words. Trump is in sort of a limbo but of lambeau at the federal level. However what joe biden can't do is issue commands to the new york state prosecutors who were compiling a series of cases against what would then be the former president and i mean. Do you seriously think that we could be looking at a feature where donald trump is behind bars. Look georgina there are many things that have happened. We could not visit for years. So i i wouldn't rule anything out at this point. I think donald trump's gonna go kicking and screaming and he as we've seen with his dispute of the election results. His attorneys will drive this out as long as possible. So trump might avoid prison but to avoid prosecution. Now i think even the donald can't get away with that scott lakers. Thanks very much

Russia Trump Administration Michael Flynn Donald Trump Flynn Donald Trump Trump Abrazen Scott Lucas FBI White House Sergei Kislyak Michael Justice Department University Of Birmingham Michael Flood Nancy Pelosi Turkish Government
Streamlining the Hiring Process for Nurses With Dr. Iman Abuzeid of Incredible Health

How I Built This

05:04 min | 7 months ago

Streamlining the Hiring Process for Nurses With Dr. Iman Abuzeid of Incredible Health

"The genesis of incredible health came from my background right. So i am an md a lot of friends and family members that are doctors as well who were often complaining about understaffing at the same time. My co founder. Who's a software engineer from. Mit import. lock. His sisters are nurses and they were saying. Hey i'm experienced and qualified and still takes me two three months to get my next job. I applied a ten fifteen places. I often don't hear back. This is a very common experience for nurses by the way even today and so we just figured there just has to be an easier way to solve this problem so essentially the problem you identified. Was this kind of the process. Right of hiring. Nurses was broken. Which doesn't make sense right because you would think you know with the shortage and hospitals needing nurses they would bring him on but hospitals are also big bureaucracies with lots of different challenges. So i guess it does make sense. You identified this problem. Which was the hiring the on boarding process and and all the bureaucracy involved. You decided to figure to streamline it and that was the genesis of incredible health. That's right and it's now expanded beyond just the place where a nurse finds the job. It's the place where he or. She manages their career. I mentioned continuing education earlier. We also have free salary estimators. We have a couple more services than are launching at the end of this year as well. That's exclusively for nurses. So it's it's really become the place where you manage your entire career on incredible health. Well i'm wondering him on. How does the business model work do. Hospital subscribe pay subscription fee to the site. Or do they pay you know. Every time they hire somebody you get a fee sort of kazakh model designed as a subscription and then that the hospitals are picking are selecting different. Tiers that are based on volume of one hundred percent free for the nurses when nurses go and work at hospitals. Do they tend to stay at the same hospital for a long time. Or is there high turnover. Are they moving around to different hospitals. Yeah so for our platform specifically we only do permanent workers right. We don't do any contract. Workers now look nursing in general is known for high turnover right so usually it's seventeen percent is a national annual turnover right now and so retention is also a hot topic and a very important topic for these for these employers as well and we'll try to do whatever they can to try to keep their nurses so let's go back to the beginning of this year. At what point. Did you realize that this pandemic is going to be a major problem and that the service you offer was was potentially going to be in high demand. I figured this out. Put this altogether. Probably in january february and now is because i was on twitter on and honestly the most amount of information was coming from epidemiologists. Md's and public health experts around the world because we weren't getting real time data here in the us so twitter twitter was actually the my source for figuring this out. I know you've got a team of about thirty people. You're based in san francisco right. We are headquartered in san francisco. Our team is in different parts of the country. So when you realize that this was potentially going to be a huge issue did you see an immediate spike in demand for your services. We did a certainly by april. There was a spike in demand for specific types of nurses. If you're an icu nurse. Or e deaners the hiring for that like increased by three x on our platform like right away and we saw a drop. For some of the other specialties because surgeries were getting canceled but since then since july august the demand for every single role has dramatically increased because not only are hospitals operating at full capacity also dealing with this pandemic. So how did you start to position your your company and your business to meet that demand so there were few things that we did We a few months ago. We launched what we call the pandemic hiring sweet right and what that is is a a range of features and tools that even more dramatically accelerates the hiring and really helps. The hospitals reduce costs because they had gone through some very severe financial hardship. Right so a couple of the things that we did was we added in automated interview scheduling remote interviewing. Because that's just what you have to do. During a pandemic in-app chats enhanced are matching algorithms. All of these with the goal of accelerating the hiring even further so we got down to twelve days now and on average we save every hospital that we work with at least two million dollars because they dramatic try to reduce their travelers costs as well as our overtime in asia. Our costs so essentially last year or the year before. If you were nurse using your platform you would have done and in-person interview at least one. You've traveled to the hospital. And that of course has gone away. That's gone so that's not even a feature anymore. Now everything is happening. Virtually correct and

MIT Twitter San Francisco MD United States Asia
Fauci: 'You cannot abandon public health measures' even with COVID-19 vaccine

Mike Broomhead

01:33 min | 8 months ago

Fauci: 'You cannot abandon public health measures' even with COVID-19 vaccine

"Dr. Anthony Fauci was on Fox News on the run down on the podcast on Thursday and was talking about the possibility of a vaccine for covert 19. And he told the host what we think of as normal, namely prior to December of 2019, he explained. We likely will get knowledge of whether or not we have a safe and effective vaccines. By the end of this calendar year, likely sometime in December, he went on to say. If we begin distributing doses of the vaccine in the very beginning of 2021. When you start seeing people getting vaccinated in January, February March, April May, and it's clear that it's safe and in that it has that it is impacting the course of the pandemic in the United States. More and more people will want to get vaccinated. That's going to take several months. And if it takes several months, you're going to get into the third and maybe the fourth quarter 2021. He said. The time line depends on how effective the vaccine is compounded by the percentage of the population that actually want to get vaccinated. He goes on to say as that process evolves. You cannot abandon public health measures because the vaccine is not going to be perfect and not everybody is going to take it. So Fauci is saying it could be into this quarter ofthe next year. Before we see these restrictions, all dropped and we go back to what we know is the the old normal.

Dr. Anthony Fauci Fox News United States
U.S. sees record surge in coronavirus cases

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

06:10 min | 8 months ago

U.S. sees record surge in coronavirus cases

"Today. We have had what is the largest number of new cove infections in this country on any single day? Since the pandemic hit, we just hit a new record. This is the screaming headline right now the Washington Post America hits highest daily number of coronavirus cases since pandemic began nation is poised to enter its worst stretch yet of the pandemic with hospitalizations rising in thirty eight states. Wanted. To show you those statements tonight from Caldo Doshi in the ICU nurse and emily caps the. In part because of where they're from. Mr Dotion is an ICU nurse working at what is now converted into a full Cova D- unit in Duluth. MINNESOTA. But Emily Cops, the CNA she's in, as I said, a town called Quinta Kansas. Quinta Kansas is population one thousand. That's Work Winter Kansas's. It's four hours, drive north west of Wichita. If you're trying to find it on the map, it is as rural as rural America gets. That's what's happening. Now, that's what's driving this in the country. The last time we had case numbers anywhere near this Hai literally, most of the cases in the country at that time were from a handful of large population states for Florida and California and Texas and Arizona now, it's a handful of states it's everywhere. And there's something else I want to point out about where we are right now. Can we can we? Put the national graph back up there for a second. Look at look at where we've been not just where we are right now. But where we've been that I peek that we got in early April of terrible right when up to like thirty thousand cases day just atrocious thousands of Americans died hundred thousand people dead by the end of May because of that peak in new cases that we saw in early April. But? Look. How we got to that peak, we got to that peak from here on the graph look at the baseline we built up from in that case, right? We got to that I we were starting at zero it was a new virus, the no, the novel coronavirus we started with basically zero cases in this country in January February, and we went in that first peak from zero cases up to thirty thousand cases today. But then after that I peak and we started to come back down we didn't come all the way back down. We didn't go all the way back down to zero. We never actually got below an average of about twenty thousand new cases every day so that we started to surge again, we were searching from a higher point. There was tons more virus circulating in the country at a baseline level, and so because we were building on a bigger base line. When we had a second surge while there was higher amounts of virus circulating out there every day our second peak ended up being that much higher. Our second peak ended up being twice as I in terms of the peak rate of new infections because our baseline started higher. Right and in that second peak. Tens of thousands of people died right that's when we hit that second peak in high summer. All those cases stacked up with a high summer. We ended up with two hundred thousand Americans dead by the third. Week of September. After we saw that huge pecan cases in the high summer. But now, here's our problem right now because after that second scary second peak in the high summer when we drop back down again, not only do we not go down to zero wouldn't even go back down to where we we're. We're our baseline had previously been. When we drop down after that second peak, our new baseline didn't spend much time low forty, thousand new cases a day. and. Now that huge high baseline number is where we are climbing up from. So how high are we going to get this time I? Mean our peak number of infections keeps getting higher with each subsequent surge because with each subsequent surge, we're building on an increasingly large baseline. An increasingly large baseline of virus circulating in the country and that is happening over time as time moves from left to right on this graph, you can see our country increasingly failing overtime. And getting worse and worse and worse at stopping the spread of the virus, which is why peaks keep going up. If we can't get our baseline down ever if each new baseline between these surges is higher than each. Peak is going to be higher to and that many more Americans are going to die with each search. So, right now, we never got low right right now, this new search that we've got right now is coming out of a baseline. Of Forty thousand cases a day with a ton of virus circulating in the country. And where we are right now heading back up to a new peak, who knows how high it's going to be we've got a forty percent rise on hospitalizations in this country in the past month. In. The past week at least fourteen states have set hospitalization records. And we're just getting worse and worse and worse than even trying to contain it in some places yesterday in one county in. Idaho. Regional Health Board meeting they heard from their regional epidemiologist that the hospitals in that region of northern. Idaho. We're hitting capacity that they're major local hospital had the previous day hit ninety nine percent capacity even after doubling up patients in rooms and buying more physical hospital beds to try to put patients in them the local health board responded to that news from their epidemiologist by voting at that meeting. To repeal the local mask. mandate. They got told their hospitals or at capacity there's nowhere to put patients anymore in their response was to get rid of the local mass mandate. That's northern Idaho. One County over from where president trump recently tweeted in support of a local anti mask rally. Yeah take off the masks open everything up. And now here's what you get. Soaring covid nineteen infection rates in. Kortelainen in the surrounding communities of Northern Idaho have pushed Kootenai Health Hospital to declare it has reached capacity for all medical and surgical

Peak Idaho Emily Cops Kansas Caldo Doshi Washington Duluth America Mr Dotion Northern Idaho Kootenai Health Hospital Wichita Minnesota Regional Health Board President Trump HAI Florida Donald Trump Arizona
A Big Warning for Big Tech

CNBC's Fast Money

05:00 min | 10 months ago

A Big Warning for Big Tech

"If you thought this week was tough for technology buckle up because a chart showing even more pain ahead for this sector turned mastercard or worth joins us now to break it all down Carter, what are you looking at? You Bet thanks. So I mean before we get to the charges important to say that equities are not annuities right? I mean give backs, dip selloffs corrections the they're a part of investing in. So it's always hard though to figure out how far the decline will go. Let's try to figure that out couple charts. One of five the first one you see here I thought we'd start with this. It's going back to the early nineteen nineties. It's a two panel. Chart on the top. You see the Nasdaq composite. Obviously, it's well above its dot com peak in two thousand. But what's really interesting ironic and telling the bottom panel, the Nasdaq even with all of this has not recouped its relative losses to the SNP. Since the dotcom peaks that bottom panel without circle I drunk, you still haven't made relative high, which just shows how treacherous is to buy into the top of a bubble in any event the here, and now let's go. To the next chart. So now we're looking at a chart of the Nasdaq, no judgments or annotations, and yet what you can see is a clear break in trend I've simply drawn the trend line draws itself, and what we know is we have broken trend. This is the first break of the well-defined trend line that's been in effect since the march low. So where to well take a look at the next, what we know, and this is now the percentage decline were. Down Eleven and a half percent for the Nasdaq index overall. But once you broken trend, what is your reference point of? Could it go down? Thirteen could fifty of course it good. So the next reference point look at the next chart is the January February peak from which the market broke out. We know the S. and P. of course has already gone all the way back to it's generally Feb repeat and so were the market to simply go back to the peak. Of the pre pandemic. Hi, final chart. What it would be is not an eleven and a half percent decline, which is what we've seen so far. But then we're looking at something in the order of about eighteen and so is that a possibility you bet it is. A pretty good testament to first loss. Best loss if something does crack hard, it's usually right to try to take some measures and. Even, as Jeff said, we are not oversold. Okay. So this is specifically Carter for the Nasdaq for the S. and P. Five hundred, which already said breached that pre pandemic level. Is it smoother sailing or because of the tech leadership, we're also GONNA see a decline that that mirrors this but may not be as deep. Well, that's right. So then it's a question about the markets construction we know top by stocks or twenty, five percent. We know that interestingly just before this crack, the top fifteen stocks as a wait just finally exceeded the dot com peak in ninety nine, and so the question is the Nasdaq composite down eleven percent the S. and P. Down only seven percent is there more to go. Well, if the parts composed the whole, the whole comprises the parts if the big parts have more to go the presumption is that the SNP as more nego- Carter to see you, we'll see you later on options action Carter Braxton Worthy Cornerstone Macro Jeff, males you agree with Carter in this call for a decline of eighteen and a half percent on the Nasdaq from the recent peak. Yeah I do and I think the levels he points out or a really clear in that you have the pre pandemic peak but then you also have the upward sloping two hundred day moving average if you look at the triple cues, for example so I think that would be a really natural resting point for this particular correction and I do worry about the overall market just given the weight of some of these names and because I think the rotation and the cyclicality isn't necessarily prime to take off, that may not carry the day. In terms of the broad market I, think in order for that rotation to happen, you need to see things like consumer confidence, the labor market continued to heal. You know we had this divergence between the labor market and how consumers were actually behaving because of this income replacement that is now gone. So I think the uncertainty there needs to heal a lot more before you can see that rotation and have that value cyclicality carry the market higher Steve In cars world in which this decline happens do your cyclical stocks do better than tech? So I would have agreed with Mr Mills a couple of weeks ago that all of them get pole down to General I at the same rate and velocity the general but the the issue that I'm I'm I'm looking at now is that I m seeing if you chart chemicals right now chemicals don't look so bad on their on their ETF while tech does so to the to answer your question chemicals and sickle goals will rally even with the S&P falling out of bed.

Carter Braxton BET Mr Mills Jeff
The March ON Washington, 57 Years Later

20/20

06:18 min | 10 months ago

The March ON Washington, 57 Years Later

"Hello I'm Deborah Roberts those images from today an echo of something fifty seven years ago when a quarter of a million people I descended on the nation's capital protesting for jobs and freedom. On today's anniversary of Dr Martin Luther. King Junior's I have a dream speech we at twenty twenty or proud to present the march a documentary directed by Jonah Comfort and narrated by Denzel Washington originally made in twenty thirteen to commemorate the Marches Fiftieth Anniversary. Some of those voices sadly are now gone, but their legacy lives on. I have had to tell my children about the segregates what it means. Seven year old daughter she wanted to go from town. And we found it necessary to explain to That she couldn't go to fun town because she was colored. To attempt to explain a system like unjust and. Segregation. Six year old child is very difficult thing. In nineteen sixty three. The Movement for civil rights came to the most segregated city in the American. South. Birmingham Alabama. All. Resistant to the gration. Thoroughly, segregated. City the United States. had. More on saw on. WILL HOMES ENSURE A. United. States. Many other southern city. Okay. Birmingham is bombing him. They have quarries and conducting the quarry business you used dynamite. So there are a lot of local people who are expert in Isa Dynamic. Teenage. Board riding a bicycle had been knocked off the bike and castrated. Young couple had gone to the City Hall to get a wedding license. Came around the corner. And Brush shoulders with Birmingham policeman and he pulled out his pistol and pistol whipped the more to the ground. It was a horrible heinous place. The campaign was to be led by the organisation's Ben Thirty four year old leader. The Reverend Dr Martin Luther King Junior. WHO HEARD PEOPLE? who except in dusted oppression and second-class citizenship. in an attempt waiting go the Paul Pompidou. The time all we ripe to do right. Dr King was the voice of Civil Rights from the bus boycott on but by the end of nineteen, sixty, two, he recognized. That the civil rights movement. was. Losing what he called its window and history. The. South was still segregated and he said we need to take more of a risk. We need to go for broke I need to go for broke. I think he felt that. We have to be willing to give our lives to put an end to segregation. If we do. Then segregation will end even if we die. That was the reason he chose. Birmingham. For the victory won some even have to face physical death. We must come to see the now some things. So eternally true that they're worth dying for, and if a man has not discovered something that he will die for he fit live. In January of Nineteen, sixty three. One man was determined to stop kings desegregation message from spreading any further. Birmingham's police chief Eugene. Bull Connor. Negro is off the attempted takeover of our country the lazy. The beat nate, the ignorant and buy some misguided religious and bleeding ought. Do, you think you can keep coming in the present situation of segregation I may not be able to do it, but I'll die trying. Overcoming Bull Connor segregationists zeal not to mention his jails would take something special. And in the winter of sixty, three king would find out just how special that effort needed to be. Spent all of January February and March nineteen sixty three training people to accept nonviolence to go down into marches and be willing to go into bull connor's jails. But. Conner's jails were so fearsome that no matter how much they exhorted people no matter how many freedom songs they sang, how many prayers they prayed, how much fervor there was in the meetings, people wouldn't show up to risk going into those jails.

Birmingham Bull Connor Dr Martin Luther Dr King Deborah Roberts Negro Denzel Washington Isa Dynamic Twenty Twenty Jonah Comfort City Hall Alabama Paul Pompidou United States. Ben Thirty Conner Nate Bleeding
How The Other House We Considered Came Back Around

Young House Love Has A Podcast

05:43 min | 11 months ago

How The Other House We Considered Came Back Around

"And it's kind of a good news bad news situation with being back a good news is that we're back. We've got a full upset for today. The bad news is that I think we might have been a little bit naive and presuming this would be the start of a normal fall podcasting season John and Jerry of the past we're like, Oh, I'm sure they'll be back in school I hope they'll be back in school that was when cases were trending different way than trending. Now I think we were hopeful probably a little bit naive that this would be start a fairly normal school semester for our kids but obviously, I'm sure a lot of you guys are going through the same thing throughout the country in the world. That like it's not, it's not going to be enormous start to school. I know some people are going in person some people are doing part time. Our kids are doing virtual learning here at home, and so the next few months are not looking the way that we expected them to I mean I guess that's just twenty twenty right? That is a sentence everyone listening I can say like I didn't picture my August. And September looking like this there is a meme. Put it in the show notes it's about cheese and it basically shows like a beautiful cheese board and bree topped and fruit, and that's January you have runs through January February march April may and it's like someone gradually looking more like chaotic just like a celebrity who's going from like their Glam, red carpet, all the way to being frazzled and just screaming into the void. Opposite of glow up. This is cheese demonstrating and it goes from like a beautiful breed topped and fruit to like someone eating a chunk of cheese right from like the Hong. Like neighbors was not slicing going on and then it ends with leg one slice of American cheese in the plastic grab the craft rap cheese. That is your August and September for sure everyone we talked to you feels like they're going through this pivots with work pits with life pivots with family. It's not just the schooling thing that's just one of the left turn that's going on right now we really don't need to detail for everyone why this year's gotten complicated you guys all get it. So we just when we Looked at everything decided that the podcast something that we probably need to put a pin in for a little while if nothing else just because of the logistics of making it while our kids are here doing their virtual learning because a quiet house has been in short order lately. Yes we don't WanNa make any promises right now about wind will be back with the podcast because if we're taking one lesson right now from this year is that you can't predict what's going to happen anyways I'm sorry for the bad news. Because you guys know we love making this podcast and it pains us to put it on sort of a question mark hiatus but we just figure. That's the best thing right now for us but we said it was a good news bad news situation I feel like the good news of this is instead of just telling you on instagram or the blog like, hey, we can't get back to the podcast. Instead we have a bunch of updates. We're going to give you a robust full episode right now to kind of. Catch you up with everything that's been happening something that happened when we were on a break that I got so many DMZ about everyone was like we need to hear about this. There's also a very exciting thing that happened in the House that we're going to talk about in fact, maybe I should segue into it like John Master segue man I wouldn't call that a masterful. SEGUE. Segue when I said Segue man it made me think of the picture of you on the SEGUE which I'll put in the show notes. John Looks what in the show notes because I feel like at this point, it's really great from probably ten years ago, and it's just John Standing on a segue. If anybody sees these show, not vacuum and gonNA wonder what this episode was about and I will say important things that I had to update people on and means lots of memes. But what we're going to talk about is a project actually just. Wrapped up here at our House I. Think if you've followed our blog the last few months over the summer, you've seen pretty much every room in this house so far I think the only thing left is the bathroom, and if we have our act together, we will have a post on it this week. So you will have officially seen every room in the house by Wednesday when you have six rooms eight goes. Really Fun. It's like much more settled feeling than we expected but something outside took forever to come together while and the funny thing is it should have been a pretty straightforward thing. The thing was a fence. We knew we were in ads fencing to our yard at some point just to give us a little bit more separation from our neighbors we learn from our time at our beach, house in Cape Charles? That when you're on these small lots a fairly dense neighborhood that it's nice to do some sort of. Like privacy fencing, just to make the yard field a little bit more like intimate in some spots. So like we wanted some fence between our neighbor directly to our side, you know the one that's the house under construction that you might be able to hear us we record. Yeah. Sometimes they pop in on the podcast and it sounds a little something like this wait I'll do a nail gun who the Hula Jerry is gunning for an outtake here I can tell that was abd core strength that came from the belly. How Neil feels well, and in addition to the one on the side between the construction were also eventually going to do something outside our bedroom to create like a little private courtyard area off of our bedroom. So we knew there were some things we're going to do at some point we weren't in a big rush, but we knew we wanted that fence between us and the construction pretty quickly. We actually got the ball rolling on that as soon as we got here like maybe the second day we were in Florida, I, feel like I needed disclaimer. To this, a lot of it has to do with the culture of Your neighborhood in Cape Charles it was very common. There was a certain height that was allowed lots of people. Did It neighbors went in on it together this neighborhood is similar. So we actually spoke with the builder who's building that House next door, and we're going in on this fence together. So I thought Ooh, we got this ball rolling right away. When we landed here, we've got the builder in on it like we're really going to roll on this fence what was supposed to But I, guess there's actually a big fence material shortage I. Don't know if it's related to the corona virus or not, but they had a lot of trouble having things in stock. So kept getting pushed back and pushed back in this thing that we thought we were going to have taken care of by like early June took like two and a half months we didn't get it until just last week. So the very beginning of August and really please this is not like tiny violin. Dog was just a surprise. It's just funny because they were like, yeah three weeks don't worry about it and

John Cape Charles Jerry Hong Bree John Master John Standing Florida Neil
How The Other House We Considered Came Back Around

Young House Love Has A Podcast

05:23 min | 11 months ago

How The Other House We Considered Came Back Around

"Every time we're back I, feel like saying we're back. Yes we are back from our little summer break and it's kind of a good news bad news situation with being back a good news is that we're back. We've got a full upset for today. The bad news is that I think we might have been a little bit naive and presuming this would be the start of a normal fall podcasting season John and Jerry of the past we're like, Oh, I'm sure they'll be back in school I hope they'll be back in school that was when cases were trending different way than trending. Now I think we were hopeful probably a little bit naive that this would be start a fairly normal school semester for our kids but obviously, I'm sure a lot of you guys are going through the same thing throughout the country in the world. That like it's not, it's not going to be enormous start to school. I know some people are going in person some people are doing part time. Our kids are doing virtual learning here at home, and so the next few months are not looking the way that we expected them to I mean I guess that's just twenty twenty right? That is a sentence everyone listening I can say like I didn't picture my August. And September looking like this there is a meme. Put it in the show notes it's about cheese and it basically shows like a beautiful cheese board and bree topped and fruit, and that's January you have runs through January February march April may and it's like someone gradually looking more like chaotic just like a celebrity who's going from like their Glam, red carpet, all the way to being frazzled and just screaming into the void. Opposite of glow up. This is cheese demonstrating and it goes from like a beautiful breed topped and fruit to like someone eating a chunk of cheese right from like the Hong. Like neighbors was not slicing going on and then it ends with leg one slice of American cheese in the plastic grab the craft rap cheese. That is your August and September for sure everyone we talked to you feels like they're going through this pivots with work pits with life pivots with family. It's not just the schooling thing that's just one of the left turn that's going on right now we really don't need to detail for everyone why this year's gotten complicated you guys all get it. So we just when we Looked at everything decided that the podcast something that we probably need to put a pin in for a little while if nothing else just because of the logistics of making it while our kids are here doing their virtual learning because a quiet house has been in short order lately. Yes we don't WanNa make any promises right now about wind will be back with the podcast because if we're taking one lesson right now from this year is that you can't predict what's going to happen anyways I'm sorry for the bad news. Because you guys know we love making this podcast and it pains us to put it on sort of a question mark hiatus but we just figure. That's the best thing right now for us but we said it was a good news bad news situation I feel like the good news of this is instead of just telling you on instagram or the blog like, hey, we can't get back to the podcast. Instead we have a bunch of updates. We're going to give you a robust full episode right now to kind of. Catch you up with everything that's been happening something that happened when we were on a break that I got so many DMZ about everyone was like we need to hear about this. There's also a very exciting thing that happened in the House that we're going to talk about in fact, maybe I should segue into it like John Master segue man I wouldn't call that a masterful. SEGUE. Segue when I said Segue man it made me think of the picture of you on the SEGUE which I'll put in the show notes. John Looks what in the show notes because I feel like at this point, it's really great from probably ten years ago, and it's just John Standing on a segue. If anybody sees these show, not vacuum and gonNA wonder what this episode was about and I will say important things that I had to update people on and means lots of memes. But what we're going to talk about is a project actually just. Wrapped up here at our House I. Think if you've followed our blog the last few months over the summer, you've seen pretty much every room in this house so far I think the only thing left is the bathroom, and if we have our act together, we will have a post on it this week. So you will have officially seen every room in the house by Wednesday when you have six rooms eight goes. Really Fun. It's like much more settled feeling than we expected but something outside took forever to come together while and the funny thing is it should have been a pretty straightforward thing. The thing was a fence. We knew we were in ads fencing to our yard at some point just to give us a little bit more separation from our neighbors we learn from our time at our beach, house in Cape Charles? That when you're on these small lots a fairly dense neighborhood that it's nice to do some sort of. Like privacy fencing, just to make the yard field a little bit more like intimate in some spots. So like we wanted some fence between our neighbor directly to our side, you know the one that's the house under construction that you might be able to hear us we record. Yeah. Sometimes they pop in on the podcast and it sounds a little something like this wait I'll do a nail gun who the Hula Jerry is gunning for an outtake here I can tell that was abd core strength that came from the belly. How Neil feels well, and in addition to the one on the side between the construction were also eventually going to do something outside our bedroom to create like a little private courtyard area off of our bedroom. So we knew there were some things we're going to do at some point we weren't in a big rush, but we knew we wanted that fence between us and the construction pretty quickly. We actually got the ball rolling on that as soon as we got here like maybe the second day we were in Florida, I, feel like I needed disclaimer. To this, a lot of it has to do with the culture of Your neighborhood in Cape Charles it was very common. There was a certain height that was allowed lots of people. Did It neighbors went in on it together this neighborhood is similar. So we actually spoke with the builder who's building that House next door, and we're going in on this fence together. So I thought Ooh, we got this ball rolling right away. When we landed here, we've got the builder in on it like we're really going to roll on this fence what was supposed to But I, guess there's actually a big fence material

John Cape Charles Jerry Hong Bree John Master John Standing Florida Neil
California couple forced to cancel wedding amid pandemic has registry paid for by Domino's Pizza

Tim Conway Jr.

04:55 min | 11 months ago

California couple forced to cancel wedding amid pandemic has registry paid for by Domino's Pizza

"It was paid for Bye. Domino's pizza. What's this story all about this kind of story. Domino's pizza on Dure registry. Ah, no, I need some more here need a little bit more more action on the North Ridge Couple forced to cancel their wedding due to the pandemic gets an unexpected gift from Domino's pizza. Both lost their jobs during the covert shutdown and experienced multiple deaths among family and friends. And that's when dominoes stepped in. Eyewitness news reporter Mark Quota Roadless has the story. Soon to be C. J and Danica Laci. Like many engaged couples had big plans in 2020 in January. February, we books basically, All of our vendors are on top of it. We've got everything we're set that save that for the wedding night, But all of our vendors were on top of it. We've got everything we're set. That was long before covert. 19 up ended everything. We will lost our jobs. So you know it was that what if a guy I'm sure this has happened? Where their weddings being planned. I got the flowers I got the the invites are out there everything set and then the pandemic hits, and I bet you anything the guy sits her down and goes. You know what I just think this sign. I just don't. I don't know, I think you know. I think we're lucky that this pandemic hit and maybe we should see. You know, we can't see each other. I during this pandemic? No, it's just not working out, Sam and I'm sure a guy a CZ used the pandemic to get out. I'm positive that happen certainly less of someone. Oh, yeah, absolutely horrible, sinking feeling of Oh, gosh. Is it going to be ableto happen Because of the pandemic? CJ and Danny have postponed their big day. Who is the girl C J or Danny? Could be Danny, right? CJ? I think because of the pandemic, CJ and Danny have postponed their big day. While it's a big disappointment. They recently received an even bigger surprise. Danny saw a sponsored Facebook ad that Domino's pizza was offering pizza theme to registries for couples who had postponed their ceremonies. Great 40 bucks a piece, though. That's pretty nice. You know, we're so CJ is the guy Danny saw? No, Danny is the guy, okay? He's very great. 40 bucks something, so that's pretty nice way like pizza doesn't like pizza. And so that was like, score free pizza. Wait a minute. What was I e mean? That's this whole story is over two pizzas. Yeah, $40 where the pizza is Maybe three. For although dominance could be 12 very great 40 bucks and things. So that's pretty nice way like pizza doesn't like pizza. And so that was like, score free pizza laughing it off. Not thinking much of it. It was weeks later when Danny got an email. Oh, I see he registered For the free pizza, and then they pick them as a couple to pay for everything. I think that's where we're going. Are you seeing what I'm seeing all of their registries for being paid for by dominos for 1000 dollarsworth and the boxes are still coming. We kind of just put stuff on it. As like. Oh, we wish we had $1000 couch on their way. Didn't expect anyone to buy us $1000 couch. Why'd you put on there Then? While 2020 has been unpredictable and stressful, you know? Can you see the registry like if somebody registers, Can you see everything on it? I think you can't write. Oh, yeah, I think so. Yeah. So somebody saw that they put $1000 couch on it. I don't like that. If I saw it. I was going to a wedding. A young couple, Their twenties like, 2122 23 they put down $1000 couch on the registry. E. I don't know. It doesn't sound right. Thiss Act of kindness has brought some light into their lives. They didn't have to do that. You know, they're a big company that could have just spent that money on marketing and they didn't ask us to talk to anybody. They didn't ask us to post on social media. They just did it. Now they're left to enjoy their gifts. And look forward to their new wedding date in October 2021. As far as we're concerned, we're like already married. We feel like we are so it's like it's just gonna be. It's all about having a party and celebrating. There you go. $1000 couch. S o. Domino's is smart. Because now you know they got all this free publicity Ryan, you know, instead of and Donald Donald Donald was really smart if Domino said, Hey, please post on your social media. People would see through that. Okay, It's a ploy to get more eyes be very careful not to make it look like that. And then if you don't make it look like that, If you know if they just want to naturally talk to the press or posted themselves, that's how you get great publicity. So somebody Domino's is really, really smart and doing that, all right? We'll take a short break for life on camera and 40 more

Danny Saw Domino North Ridge Couple Reporter Donald Donald Donald Danny Mark Quota Danica Laci C. J Dure SAM Facebook Ryan C J
"january february" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"january february" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Included detailed decision trees flow charts to be used by local officials to think through different scenarios a house appropriations subcommittee met yesterday democratic chair of that committee Rosa DeLauro of Connecticut read a question from absent Congress member Lucille Roybal Allard of California that noted the significant silencing of CDC leadership during the past weeks of the pandemic back in January February we're learning about and they novel corona virus CDC leadership particularly doctor missing day Dr Redfield were present several days a week and testifying in hearings providing guidance however wants to stay at home efforts began CDC became disturbingly absent in their visibility silent in their recommendations I mean just power phrase to consider problematic that the the task force contained one CDC representative and for the most part the briefings the last two months Dr Redfield was not invited to be part of the presentation the CDC is hearing daily from state and county health department looking for scientifically valid information with which to make informed decisions experts have warned the lack of national direction is hampering efforts to combat the virus the U. S. death toll from covered nineteen top seventy three thousand with slightly more than four percent of the world's population in the United States of America has about thirty six percent of the world's reported deaths from covert nineteen nearly three point two million laid off workers applied for unemployment benefits last week as the business shutdowns caused by the viral outbreak deepened the worst U. S. economic catastrophe and decades roughly thirty three and a half million people have now filed for jobless aids in the seven weeks since the corona virus began forcing millions of companies that close their doors and slashed their workforces that's the equivalent of one in five people who had been employed in February when the unemployment rate had reached a fifty year low of just three and a half percent reporter William Dennis Lowe has more three point two million fest ten applicants for unemployment benefits were recorded last week that slightly more than analysts were expecting according to the U. S. labor department thirty three and a half million Americans have now filed for unemployment over the past seven weeks US markets moved up in early trading Thursday as this weekly figure seems to be trending downwards and states are slowly beginning to re open boats will street is now awaiting Friday's jobs report and some analysts expect to see the unemployment rate soared to around sixteen percent we've done solo New York Senate democratic minority leader Chuck Schumer cited the new jobless figures as he urged Republicans to agree to take up what he called a bold new plan in development to address the economic crisis caused by covert nineteen state and local governments that means teachers and firefighters and police officers and bus drivers who might be laid off still need help our essential workers deserve hazard pay minority owned and women owned businesses still need more access to lending renters and homeowners need relief and millions of working people needed hands nutrition benefits as thousands and thousands of people are overwhelming our local food banks but now that assistance to big industries has gone out the door Republican leaders are saying let's wait and see the unemployed worker doesn't want to wait and see the official figures for jobless claims is likely an undercount surveys by academic economists and think tanks suggest that as many as twelve million workers who were laid off by mid April did not file for unemployment benefits by then either because they couldn't navigate their state overwhelmed systems or they felt too discouraged to try the economic policy institute says that job losses appear to be concentrated in the low wage sector like those in restaurants and bars hotels personal services and brick and mortar retail it says because women African Americans and Latinos are more concentrated in those types of jobs there are likely experiencing greater jobs loss you're listening to the evening news on KPFA Berkeley KPFK in Los Angeles K. F. C. F. Fresno on mine at KPFA dot org for some California businesses shuttered by the corona virus pandemic can begin the process of re opening as soon as tomorrow governor Gavin Newsom released new guidelines for what he calls significant modifications of California's stay at home order but he emphasizes that the corona virus is not gone and the success of the modifications will depend on keeping people safe and preventing a resurgence of the pandemic Christopher Martinez has the story governor Gavin Newsom has unveiled his promised guidance on modifying California stay at home with her to allow certain businesses to start re opening he announced the new guidelines on re opening and is corona virus update briefing emphasizing that it's not a return to normal but rather a phase two based on public health guidance and considerations of health risks we're moving away now from essential and nonessential to lower risk and really looking more specifically within that lower left wrist sector at the variations on frequency and and the time is the same manner to which these businesses engage with customers and how that impacts risk to customers in more broadly the community Nissan's guidelines are not the first specific guidance for relaxing strict rules aimed at slowing the covert nineteen pandemic the federal centers for disease control and prevention drew up guidelines for businesses like schools transit Georges and employers with vulnerable workers but the trump administration has blocked the CDC from releasing those guidelines some states have rushed to relax stay at home rules but more than half of those states have failed to meet the white house's benchmarks such as two weeks of following infection rates perhaps more worrisome some states are we opening even as their infection case counts are rising among them Texas minister to Kansas and Indiana Newsom's guidelines include changes.

"january february" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

11:32 min | 1 year ago

"january february" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Our open Mike segment the last half hour of our show we always open the Mike to you our national audience you can discuss anything that we talked about tonight or things that we didn't cover tonight you get the platform you get the stage one eight seven seven fourteen nine Steve with out further ado let's jump over to the left coast and visit with our friend co lead your up next welcome to the program. about damn time Dave hi I'm good I'm good. I'm sorry if I just had to say that I love the way I'm always I'm always the punching bag but it's okay I just didn't. the wait long but it's always good when I get a chance thank you well you know what I wanted to hold you over the third hour one to give you a little more times I'm sure you've got some things to say especially with I mean it's it's it's like I want to pull my hair out it's it's it's it's gotten to that point this is nuts. real quick before I get to my point you mentioned awhile back that JD Hayworth is going to be posting when when is that going to happen JT will be hosting this month towards the end of October I'll be doing a I'll be speaking somewhere and I believe I want to say it's October twenty second the twenty third of that'll have GT on on the air for me. okay I mean I I hate I I love and respect JD is much is used did you know that Jesus. JT is a great guy he was a great congressman he's a good friend and he he knows his way around a microphone for sure. and and and and the if Jack had been been on for awhile it is he is talking to provider or what was going on of Jack and I'm glad you brought that up because we haven't said anything producer nadir in I and the team are very concerned that we have yet to hear from Jack and it's been a little bit of time and we will be making a call tomorrow to make sure Jack and his family are doing okay. well I hope so because I want to know what's going on because I I I missed his commentary yeah and I will tell you this don't forget and I can't really say much I try to keep Jack as anonymous as possible but Jack knows a lot of things and in and around the government and I just hope you know. with him in the family for sure I hope so too stiff anyway feeling because straight to my point Steve when you when you mentioned that the Democrats by the first shot they didn't use a rifle or pistol they used a cannon. okay and we have to use our can in fact ask them so we can't be keeping our last shot anymore okay and and Steve I'm glad you're gonna be organizing a rally because as I told you on Friday I want to be there. yeah we're definitely doing it and it'll be the beginning of the year I would probably say if I was to put a date on it January February probably more into the February because we wanted to be and we wanted to coincide with the election goes a lot deeper and the Democrats start kind of weeding out the all the losers and then you know two or three of the losers will stay and and we want to really make an impact. because there's one think they've I'm really sick and tired of it and I'm going to get into religion a little bit is. people saying okay I know a lot of people out there don't like it that most of you know what I really don't care if you don't didn't really bother me but the one thing that bothers me Steve isn't people are spreading false information or misinformation. and then people say certain things. and I'm like you can't be saying these things man how you going to get the most honest of golf from Democrat to Republican you're involved in a religion that doesn't the second is that by well. if you don't have a lot of people don't have an education I shouldn't say it that way but a lot of people are afraid because of the things that have happened for decades but they don't realize that we as Americans come in every color in the crayon box and have a past have a presence have a future have a belief system and ideology and no one wants to basically get to know that sect of it that part of it they just want to continue to re visit the horrors that have happened that are necessarily leads fault or cleats family or anybody else's you know and it's the same thing you know when when we talk white supremacy you know white America gets thrown into that and lumped into that if for instance let me give you another example ology finish because I got plenty of time for you let let me give you another example I'm Hispanic so you know when people are talking about legal immigration and Hispanics coming over doing this and that you know I can find myself getting insulted if I allow myself but I have to sit back and say wait a minute you know people are limited in where they're thinking and sometimes unnecessarily and mistakenly they lump everybody together and that shouldn't happen it does happen you'll never stop it from happening but the truth is what you said in order to get Muslims to walk away from the Democratic Party and lean towards a conservative platform like the Republicans then it's gonna take dialogue understanding asking questions questions being asked to the Muslim community and then ask answering that honestly and the Muslim community asking questions of those that are asking those questions and they have to be honest as well. absolutely if I couldn't agree with you more because here's a bit of news I want to tell you. Linda for the foot is coming to my neck of the woods give me she's going to be at a convention. am I owe you Linda you're coming back again aren't you and one of the things I'm gonna be doing I would be more vocal than I was before I get to be keeping my mouth shut so god willing if I'm able to. Linda do you mind telling me why you're taking money from George Soros. they want tell you why you're spreading false information about the president why do you hate this country Linda if you don't like it once you get out of here I don't need to hear musical lead I would encourage you to do that very thing and I'm gonna tell you why not to start a problem between the faiths that has nothing to do with it Muslim faith Christian faith Buddhist faith what that that's that's that has nothing to do with like Mike and I spoke earlier when you called you have to do it as an American because I do it as a Christian I literally will call Christians out you hear me hear me call pastors out I'm not very light in certain sectors of the Christian community in fact and hated in many areas believe me I've been in and around this life in this business for a long time and they hate my guts but guess what I rather look in the mirror and know that I have my peace with god the man. absolutely and also going to be with her is demand because what has I got this for you buddy why aren't you saying anything about what your son did in the middle of the you know New Mexico that they will have to ask the questions about how your grandson died you don't care yeah you can get a double dose not both of those. I would you know I would do it intelligently I would do it respectfully but I would still do it because you know you can be such a voice in a clean there's no mistake here there's no mistaking found the show there's no mistake you know you you love the show we love you there's no mistaking any of that sometimes we have to be willing to be the modern day Paul Revere and it's going to make some people or sat it's going to make some people hate your guts it's going to make some of the people in your faith not like you but again what's the bigger picture what's the endgame what's really cool leads destiny to push himself forward is it to be a voice I think it is. okay here's the thing the thing that I have gone to known over the years that the information I've read the. you can't walk away from their. I can't walk away from that okay disco live a normal night no I'm sorry I can't do that I care too much. I mean this is not a matter that I care like. one now I mean. yeah you do have them you have to do it you got it in you to do it you just have to do it is going to piss some people off for you yeah yeah and don't let faith or people that are at you know we call it in the Christian faith the pole but I don't know what you call in your face but the only people that are in leadership or authority the imam or or or literally tried to tell you what you are about they're not god they don't know what the hell they're talking about I'm sorry just the way it is you know and you've got to be that voice because there's gonna be a lot of people that are wanting an escape they want they believe what you believe they're just scared so now it has to be the person to stand up that person has to be you who else is going to do it. and and the the reason why is because I care about this country too much I don't want my rights taken away as a Muslim in the United States because it's only half their Christian which I'm sorry they are. I mean I I'm not gonna say all I don't care about the Christian no the cook Christians have done good things in history to Muslims must have done good things in history to Christians and Jews whatever I mean yeah bad things happen okay in our life but at the end of the day the. I mean we might have our differences but there's a lot of things we have in common. it's very very much and I do and I do said we have to have that dialogue and understanding and if we have that dialogue and understanding I think we can get that I I mean Steve you told me to go read the Bible Isaiah forty five just for knowledge you don't have to be a Christian three the Bible and I read I'd be a forty five on my. you know it's Stephen right president trump is the idea of forty five president because I do see him breaking down doors and change I think that. no thirty three men well you man I'm off on break but the Kalita Prodi a man I know you're young man in your twenties a you've been a fan of the show a friend of the show I should really say and I value friends of the show when I tell you why viability friends of the show because of this show and I'm you know I'm not being arrogant but I'm gonna say it I believe there's no other show like this in the country. because we truly we'll call you out we truly will expose. because god our source man has a clear proud of the steps you're making a got a balance always a good time to hear from you I will let you know what's going on with Jack please keep him in prayer but I do appreciate it and and I know the audience hold you to a high regard as well I hear it and see it on my Facebook page almost every single day so I do appreciate accomplishment thanks for the call calls on all stay put will be jumping to you in the other segment producer native saying it is time to go to break we've.

Linda Mike Jack Steve JD Hayworth president Paul Revere United States Dave congressman Facebook Stephen Kalita Prodi segment producer New Mexico trump George Soros. twenty second
"january february" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And I also that what the charge and went through FDU, January February I had some things you know, that happened my happens, and it got a little discourage, but I've been able to pay about four thousand dollars debt off so far. Have a thank you. January February I'm in a valid area and AC unit the same day, my AC unit and one of my vehicles went down. So I'm single. Pardon me, all that cost. AC unit was fifty five hundred and my truck was twelve fifty six. So you replace the unit you didn't fix it. Right. Yes. Yes. I replace it. Because I have oh six home. It was gonna take a couple of thousand dollars to fix it. And, you know, China, be smart. I don't wanna deal with it. So I'm female. So here's here, we're rotting along the path, and you got knocked off the horse. I got knocked off the back on the horse, but you're kinda sewer from good knocked off. Right. And I wasn't. I did not dissolve my thousand dollars savings still had that first baby step, but also able to pay off four thousand dollars with it. My question, my one of my main questions to you is I have a like I said my job at thirty years. I have a life policy with my job as long as I'm employed. I'm looking tire. I'm fifty four. I have another life policy on myself in to on my only child. This thirty four and in the program, you talked about, you know, the my policies in your net worth. So I was wondering should I rid of the life policies? Thirty four year old should be buying their own stuff. Are you paying for both of these? Yes, I'm E. I since he was eighteen I just you know near old and mile would pay for his own stuff. He's thirty four mean he's like full grown up. So they could take it over in the five what he wants to do with it. And then you decide if you need life insurance. And if you do you term life insurance whole life life insurance and put that in place before you dropped any other insurance you've got in place. But I think he got this. You just need to keep riding ghetto your own.

FDU China four thousand dollars thousand dollars Thirty four year thirty years
"january february" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Starting in on the second Sunday of March ending on the first Sunday. I remember, it's also confusing. All of it is. I don't even know when Easter is. I know it's in January February March for all right? Is there may April twenty versus executive producer? Chris. I celebrate it. As everybody who listens to the program with regularity knows. I celebrate it not over the Easter bunny the exit over Jesus Christ rising from the dead. But I I've always like when it was Easter. That's my anniversary. It's my anniversary for doing the program. Why don't you laugh at me executive? That's when I came here. Get outta here. He's well, he's not a fixed. He won't talk about his Easter is not a fixed date. It's moves around. You know, what's the I don't care. You don't understand something? That's close enough. Dude that Easter weekend a almost a decade ago Easter weekend, I came here. You could say I was born a Texan on east. Yeah. Yeah. I rose. I was you know, what I was texting before. I was in the state for for in north in Austin before coming here years later. So is my second time Ron you say my first rodeo. As I continue to dig myself deeper in a hole on the air, but I could care less because tonight, it's Friday, and we're having fun on the Friday night. You do not know that executive producer, Chris, right? So I mean, it's it is Friday. I mean..

executive producer Chris executive Ron Austin
"january february" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Where can we be doing? To take advantage of the warmer. Temperatures going to be unacceptably five tomorrow. Yeah. It's all up and up and down all the time. Well, fruit trees, you know, January February big time fruit trees take advantage while the inventories deep, you know, these nurseries have been doing a much better job bringing in fruit. Trees in the fall time when they bring in all the shade trees. So they're extending the planting season. But this year looks like a record breaking free tree cells of all the nursery. So get them while you can selection is deep tried to get proven varieties extension service varieties that have been proven the test of time a peach Plum, pear other try some of these newer varieties at some of the nurses are bringing in just to see how they perform for you as well. Citrus. Everyone's getting so excited about citrus. I'm glad that brought in some of those Texas superstar orange Arctic frost said Suma mandarins. We'll have some baby trees for those for Saleh's well at the rodeo, and it's everybody's getting in that a fever spring fever of planting especially the last few Saturdays with that weather is being so beautiful. So get on it purchase while selections a Besson plan plan plan. Do good so preparation and purchase. Good quality plants think it out where they belong short term and work with these certified nurse should professionals for the best plants in the best. Excess Bill asked us on the phone with us Bill who do you like in the Super Bowl? I think I I the Texans, but I'll take. Okay. Brady Tom Brady. Yeah. Awesome. Good organization. They've got a good team, you know year after year. I don't know how they do it. Yeah. Well, that's why she jealous. Well, they got a good offensive line for one thing to keep him protected. Yeah. That help you gotta have that. Okay. What's going on at lock hill? Pet fade in Lom this morning. Well, Dr Christine is able to will being there at noon to five and then Sunday eleven to two-thirty, really good. That does a good job. And bring your dog. And while you're waiting to see him walk around and buy some treats, we've got some new treat them. So. Michigan. Worthies murder those. No, it's just another treat others treat or real popular. I've got so many creatures are unbelievable. And they're all good quality. It's just by the one that's on sale. Okay. Right. And then remember true choose. That's another. We have that sells real good finicky dogs. Don't like tweets that's a good one. And then of course, we sell our biscuits by the pound dog biscuits by the pound for two bucks. And that's just so super deal. And of course, you have all the things you need for the lawn as well there. We talk about here on the show. Listening. We'll have our pre emergency then and we've got the the mall in the party and soils right now. Okay. All of this everything else. You're gonna imagine. I had lock hill patriot. And tell them where it is Bill. We are in the golden Quayle business bark, which is off he road between ten and bam contra good place. But if you're lost what do you do? Give us a call at two one zero six nine one two three five one. All right. Doc in our Bye-bye. She traffic and weather together right now from.

Brady Tom Brady Bill lock hill Saleh fever Texas Quayle murder Dr Christine two-thirty Michigan
"january february" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"I'm just not quite sure it's going to be as soon as Christmas time. But if it was ready during Christmas time is it a good release date to come out around Christmas as kind of counter programming for a big blockbuster like an episode nine or do you save this for like January February and March when when should this movie come out on your calendar? Yeah. You're right. Shitting? To answer the question desert. It's terrible idea. Now bowl, I wouldn't put Bill and Ted's around Christmas because of the stack nature of it. It would get lost. But maybe in November late November. That's still Christmas. We can still get a thing or two about botched release dates. I just listen to him on the Bill Simmons podcast talk about how out of sight. I think we've got moved up into the summer, and it was not like a summer MVP, but they were basically behind filming meet Joe black. And so that movie got pushed and the head of the studios like I need to summer movie. It's going to be out of sight. I paid job wack. Blink something. Can we do something else with regards to sort of? That's not Bill and Ted is actually kind of interesting. All right. So he was on the Bill Simmons podcast, and he talked about how the challenge that he wishes that he would face is that he gets a call from a studio a week before movie is about to start shooting. And there's a, you know, maybe the director is having a health problem, whatever they need him to fill in for rooting for directors. That have helped exactly he's rooting for that to happen. So he can come in and only have a week to prepa gigantic movie and said that he actually was almost got the chance to do just that and recently on a gigantic movie. Okay. That was filming overseas. So here's my question wizard Star Wars. Exactly, that's what I'm saying. It was either solo or Baheen rap city or nutcracker, and it's probably not not cracking turning either. I mean, it has to be one of those two or they were considering them. So I think it solo. I think that they were considering him Ron Howard. Quirky kind of Lord and Miller thing more than run Howard does. I'm just saying could we have gotten a solo with Steven Soderbergh from the sound of that podcast, maybe, but if I'm reading Snyder correctly here, and I'm reading between the lines here. Soderbergh's going to direct Bill and Ted's three. Right. That's what you're saying. On a big going to be like, he's setting this up. Right. What I will say is that I don't know if he was ever going to do. So I think the verse we gotta so it was fine. I think that would've been interesting, but it wouldn't really matter in the long run if he came into helmet over his left of bohemian rhapsody. I did like his movie on sane. And I like when you went filmmaker either gives themselves restrictions, or when they are forced to restrict themselves due to creative control beyond their their capacity. I thought unseen was in a chief and not just because it was a gimmick that was filmed on an iphone. But it just I thought he really did a great job making that movie. And so I don't necessarily wanna see him direct and Ted. But I like his creative vision steering projects like that. So hopefully, he cannot show this. And I want to see that high flying Birdman. He's a fascinating guy flying bird also shut on an iphone. And it sounds like it was like a better is more conducive to that film than maybe unseen iphone X are instead on this. I don't know. But I also liked what he said about him because he released unseen and Logan lucky through his own distribution company print releasing and he just admitted like listen, we tried to do what the studios do. But on the cheap, and it didn't work like neither of those movies. Did very well. So I I don't think that you're gonna see Soderbergh self released another moving. All right. Well, just don't retire. Stephen. Let's like here in front of you. Even if Bill and Ted quotes that we run with or so speculation done with that Star Wars movie. I think I heard his name bandied about before. So in in Star Wars circles though, so maybe there is some. Because Ron Howard was on that list as well..

Ted Bill Simmons director Steven Soderbergh Ron Howard Stephen Joe black MVP Miller Logan Snyder
"january february" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Health insurance for January February any time of the year. So are they able to look at alternative plans at some point? I mean, you know, what would be the difference? How can they determine whether they need your services? Well, quite frankly. Most people that are in a traditional Affordable Care client. Now, we're the first to tell somebody that these plans aren't necessarily for everybody. Right. If you've got a lot of major medical pre existing conditions out there. We have an obligation to let somebody know that. Hey, this might not necessarily be the best fit. Whereas if you're of reasonable health at an average to above average, healthy individual, and you're not getting help from the government in the form of the subsidy or a tax rebate, if you will in advance, then these players make a lot of sense for a lot of people proud about realistically about ninety percent of the people that we meet with these plans make a whole lot of sense for and so you can kind of take that as a microcosm. If you will of the the larger landscape, even in California, and John is a hole in general. And that they have asked majority of people are are severely overpaying for the health insurance. And you know, what what am I saying? Are you can't make dollars unless you make sense? So if this makes a lot of sense, you're going to save a lot of dollars. So you probably previously you discussed. How your plans are designed to cover as many? The deficiencies in the major healthcare plans as possible. Can you talk about that before we jump on break? Absolutely. So additionally as we talked about, it's no secret. These plans are offered at about thirty to fifty percent savings reduction or discount relative to what most people are paying for a similar plan on the Affordable Care Act. However with these plans to take that a step further what we aim to do is it's one wanting to just save money upfront. But what's not talked about enough in these plans? We've talked about it a little bit in the past as well on the show is that not only are your premium rates increasing year over year by astronomical percentages. But additionally following that as well are increases to your deductibles your out of pocket maximums as well. So for the year two thousand nineteen they out of pocket maximum for for family can be upwards of fifteen thousand or more per year per family. And so what we aim to do really the only way you're going to encounter that is if something bad happens, right? If you're in the hospital something critical happens, there's an accident. You're laid up for a week or two in the hospital. That's when you're going to see your out of pocket maximum, and you're going to in most cases reached that. Now what we aim to do is to put in things. Exactly we put in week. We'll call him gap fillers. If they come in because every plans got these gaps in these holes. So we come in given the fact that we're saving somebody's forty fifty sixty cents on the dollar. Maybe we take a little bit of those savings able make it a better plan. Well, we'll be right back in.

John California ninety percent fifty percent
"january february" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I'm not making this up. This isn't speculation. She said it. So he can veto the spending Bill the continuing resolution stopgap measure. That's he can do that. But I don't know to what end you're gonna do that until I don't know January February. And everyone in the military is not getting a paycheck during that time. And the Democrats aren't gonna move. Well. And we said, that's why you have to on your messaging understand whether you can deliver on your threat. If you can't deliver on your threat, you become a paper tiger. Haber tiger to the Democrats is one thing becoming a paper tiger to to your base on this issue. Could be long term damage. Irreversible long-term damage. If there's a reset to be had they better find it. Eight six six ninety redeye cold weather can be tough on diesel engines causing fuel to gel and clog up filters. Stay prepared this winter with the proper fuel additives for your truck, adding a cold weather additive to your maintenance routine is the easiest way to prevent fuel. Gelling diesel fuel is full of paraffin wax, an element designed to improve your fuel viscosity and lubrication properties. The lower the temperature outside the faster, the paraffin wax in your fuel will gel up. This can lead to clogged fuel-filter or fuel that is too solid to flow. Shop shelves are full of different fuel additives. But the one you need to keep an eye out. For is a cold weather additive to help fight fuel. Gelling this winter stop into a TA truck service near you to shop. Our selection of cold weather additives today, this maintenance tip is a service of TA truck service roadsquad if you break down we show up call eight hundred nine two four shop. Coming up.

TA Haber
"january february" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Won fairly. January February and he says they're getting along very well South Korean president moon. Jae-in says he believes that he should visit by or that there should be a visit by North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN still possible by the end of the year. Theresa May's government has been threatened with a vote to bring her down labor. Brexit spokesman care Starmer saying no confidence vote is inevitable. If her Brexit deal is rejected by parliament now. Bloomberg's Kathleen Hayes says her mission keeps on getting harder and harder and harder. So many people opposing it. You have opposition parties, you have even her own allies in the Democratic Unionist Party. That's of course, in Northern Ireland about one hundred members of our own conservative party. So it's it begins to look harder and harder. This week debate vote on the eleventh in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Doug from San Francisco, we go to Santa Monica and Billy. He is chief economist at. At the Milken institute, Santa Monica, California. I should say Bill, always a pleasure. I'm wondering whether at this point you should be thinking if you were addressing markets directly about offering a little bit of caution. Here is the four misplaced when you talk about this relief rally that we're seeing risk on given the temporary truce in the Sino American trade war. Well, if I were to talk to my former colleagues at city and my former colleagues in the market I'd say hold your horses. I think you're. Initial comments hersal far your question. Exactly belies the notion that a significant we should look at what progress has been made both leaders have agreed that given the tariffs. Because I could both recognizing that the world is about that. Colbert cliff hurtling toward a trade war wanted both sides implicitly conceded that picking a large hole and China's economy growth, then was initially initiated estimator, and the fact that the Trump administration recognized global stock markets have taken a bigger hit. Anticipated. So both sides are saying we need to put a halt to this. And he did exactly the kind of the whole too though was to delay things long enough to carry out. What I think is a bigger part of China's agenda of announcing multilateral trade reforms that we can talk about that. If you like because I think that news is yet to come out, and I'm anticipating they gotta be some breakthroughs that will be announced People's Congress. So what sort of breakthroughs you're expecting? I think that China will continue momentum in its self-proclaimed momentum of propagating itself as a champion for multilateral in a champion for for global trade a champion for inclusion that it started in Davos at has continued at every major speech that Xi Jinping has has has put in place. And so what we see is that the the leadership will start to announce initial framework changes in how to assess these very sticky problems of intellectual property and market. Access. How do you the point? That's a that's a game in the US and in the west for lawyers and courts and China really because the court system and case law to show you that. So they're gonna start to incorporate some.

China Bloomberg Santa Monica San Francisco Democratic Unionist Party chief economist Kim Jong UN Theresa May Jae-in Kathleen Hayes Milken institute parliament president Northern Ireland Starmer US Ed Baxter Bill California
"january february" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Know at a big time earthquake Friday magnitude seven on the Richter scale, that's some craziness right there. I understand thunderstorms. I understand tornadoes Ivan understand like the idea of a mudslide because we get like some rain and then like it flows. Like, we're the fires have been in northern California. Even here we see mudslides in different parts of the tri-state. Of course in the Columbia Parkway is notorious for having like the earth move and fall shutdown Columbia Parkway here, or there is the way that goes sometimes, but the idea of just just a volcano spewing wall near a volcano, it might go off sometime in legged erupt, I get it. But just randomly the earth going moping up. That scares the hell out of me. I'm just telling you it does. I don't understand it. And they got a very good that it's not like January February in Anchorage instead being. December is they tried to get stuff put back together it infrastructures in big big trouble up there into hopefully, they'll get that. In order sooner than later. Get some phones here in just a minute Nick has been holding. We'll talk to him in a minute about this north college hill situation. But it's a broader conversation that I've got to get to here in relation to the the video young people videoing secretly. I mean what I don't know. What's going through somebody's mind? Conquest? See I was with her. I was with her to here you see the video. I was with that girl in not thinking that you're invading your privacy and respect there's a total lack of respect for the women there with. But if you don't know there's three juveniles have been arrested in there's an indictment issue involved with them. An eighteen year old accused of recording himself having sex this from channel nine with a fourteen year old girl when she was unaware. I mean, this is dirty. Right. I mean, if you're going to be with somebody in you're going to have some video everybody should be on board. Right consensual sex, regardless. But how do you deal with that? If your kids seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred pounds seven hundred AT and T what the punishment for this. And how do you deal with this? And there could be like twenty of these girls. I don't know maybe twenty they've talked like, apparently there's three so far. Couple of three is unbelievable. Sierra is here. She knows Mario. I'm fine serious. Nice talk to women about this. You've heard this. I've talked about it for a little bit. What is the situation that you've dealt with is a young woman coming up I in your you're younger. I don't know. How old you are? But how old are you? So you're twenty five years old see if we can't turn that mic just a little bit more. Mario. So we can hear you a little bit better in a dating situation or otherwise, I'm not trying to get you to involved with your personal relationships situation. But outside looking in hearing this eighteen year old senior with freshmen, maybe a lot of freshmen girls or younger girls, and then filming these interactions and then sharing this video. Are you shocked by that is that common? Do you think that's going on or what absolutely not I'm not shocked at all? If anything for I think in our generation, we kind of grew up in social media age where there's absolutely no discretion people post what they're doing at all times of the day. And they don't have any regard for the fact that this what they post and what other people can see can directly affect their future. Now. I know some people may look at it and say, oh, they're in high school, and yes, there's an age difference. And there should be a maturity level difference. But there isn't I think here the issue is. Yes, those people those young ladies were not aware of the recording. But also, you know, there's the issue of age, but there's also laws around whether you records mighty without their consent. And I don't know what Ohio's laws are. But that that's should be a concern. So, but I'm not shocked me. What would you do if it was your daughter, and you find out that this ends up coming up? I mean, how do you deal with? How do you even present that Khan? Version to your daughter because the thought of having a fourteen year old or even a fifteen sixteen year old daughter involved sexually let alone in a situation where some video can come out. I don't even have any kids, and I feel sick to my stomach at the thought of it. I can't even imagine. I wouldn't ever wanna literally like if I had a daughter who looked like you. I'm not trying to get weird. I would never want to let you out of the house, but that would make you even wilder the fact that I wouldn't want to let you out because I'd be afraid of all the bad things that are out there. Well, I thank you for the compliment. But I think it just comes with those conversations that parents have to have these days with especially young one. Everything is recorded, and you I think it's also to place some responsibility on the young woman saying, hey, you know, I know hormones are raging at that age and yours excited that someone like shoe, and it may seem fun, but you also need to know who you're going to be interacting with and as well as where where that's going to be and be responsible in that regard, not saying that those young women had any idea, it's their fall. But the conversation how you kind of bring it up this saying, you know, okay. Did you know how well, you know, this person allowed them the time? It's just very transactional. I think because this generations a little bit more, hyper sexualize, it's a little bit more casual and it's like, oh, well, you know. Yeah. Hooked up with that person. I literally walking down the street downtown this week. And I heard two boys talking about some, you know, I just thought that was on the museum. I was like, oh, well, so is nothing just for you. That's what I mean. You know? I don't I know I know for me and high school. Yeah. You heard about things, but you you think something's or private? But I guess nothing is apparently it's not I think the conversation now needs to be, and I and I think as a person in corporate world, and I work now you have a job where I was recruiting. I did not select a lot of people because of their online behavior. So how much how deep did you dig dive in that? Because there's absolutely again, there's no discretion. There's not. This on Facebook. And I'm like really or this is my Twitter. So so in that brings up another thing so aside from the Judaization of this in the criminal process, and whatever happened to this young man in whoever else was involved in these girls in their future and even with them, depending because once the videos out there it's out there and how recognizable they may. Or may not be. But it was a recruiter. Would you just check Facebook? You just do a Google search or something on them? And I know there's other programs that can sort of seek and find stuff about them. But from drinking to doing drugs to doing silly stuff in college. I am so thankful. There was no social media when I was in college my God. And that's what I think this generation failed to realize at maybe for your generation, you're able to do that you're able to have. May have privacy. And then things wouldn't come up leading your past these days simple. The first thing you do you type in? Okay. What's their full name? Do they have Facebook under that or you could use? I name that you can't by law. You can't necessarily completely us information and say, I'm not going to hire you because of your Facebook. However, what people must be aware of is that an employer can't see that. And that can be their top candidate. And that could make them say, they don't have great judgment. They don't make decisions when they may not be a good Representative for the company now that's their loss around that to protect your privacy and your freedom of speech, of course. But I don't think this generation thinks thinks beyond the present moment. I think a lot of it is just one I'm going to do this to get like to get attention instant gratification. There's absolutely no foresight is just oh, I'm going to do this. And unfortunately, it affects it can. I we've seen a couple of people lose jobs. Their entire life fall apart or they can end up in a very bad situation as far as being in jail or never been able to get back on their feet because they have this scarlet letter on all your your perspectives. Fantastic. Sarah, thanks so much for doing that. Just wild thinking about it. In those the thing. He does it. You'd follows you everywhere everywhere, you go that footprint is and just hangs over you. And the question of why was fifteen at the time. I was seventeen at the time. I was nineteen whatever else at some point. You know, you can say well that was then. But if it's out there, then you are the face of whatever business or company that you're apart of therefore you've got to worry about that image because that's all it happened. Whether you're flipping donuts or you're selling cars, or whether you. You're doing something else. You know, wanting to be in public service or something else like that. I it gets deep pretty fast Nick, you'll be I will come back. Hang out more sterling, what do you think about this in? It's just a common thing. That's how people live now. It's just the way it is. And you still got to be cognizant of it. And here's the thing. No matter how often is a kid. You were told this thing don't play in traffic. That's one. You learn pretty quickly. It's obvious. You want to be stuff on the front of a car? But other stuff you're like don't smoke weed. Oh, don't do the acid don't have sex unprotected. You might get the aids aids numbers are down. So they're like a I'm gonna go get some, oh what no babies were twenty three girls appear. I'm still amazed by the odds. That's pretty. So if nothing else, apparently, they were I don't know. We haven't heard maybe they haven't publicized it. But statistically speaking, no babies and twenty three. That's all right. That's a high number for a kid eighteen years old to man, I was wholesome and innocent unbelievable naive to the ways of the world. That's that's still my story, by the way, it sterling seven hundred wwl. W..

Facebook Nick high school California Mario Anchorage AT Twitter Google Sierra Khan Ohio Representative Sarah eighteen year fourteen year seven four nine seven thousand
"january february" Discussed on The Next Right Thing

The Next Right Thing

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on The Next Right Thing

"I for the win. Now, I admit I am a person who is naturally bent towards reflecting. It's something I enjoy. It's something that I don't have to think a lot about in order to do. However this episode is really me sharing my journey of uncovering. Some actual practical ways that I've discovered that reflecting helps me the most. And that is when I do it in somewhat of a systemized way. So there are two main times that I reflect the first is daily and that is by using a little bit called one line a day. I think I got my copy from target actually you can get him anywhere. They've been around for years and years and pick my great grandmother Goldie kept one of these books and dad mentioned the other day how he saw entry in hers that was said something like went to the new Bing Crosby movie today. I mean, it's so simple. So there's this daily way that you can practice paying attention reflection. So I do a daily reflection like that where. Where I look at the day. And I just sort of make a note of maybe something important or noteworthy happened in our family, but on a larger scale when do I reflect I do this on purpose quarterly more specifically seasonally? So if you look at the calendar and three months sections now smart way to do that would be like starting January January February March, but I actually prefer lumping them into seasons instead because I live in North Carolina northern hemisphere. United States of America, I go by how the seasons tend to go in my own hometown. So we are nearing the end of the fall season. So for me, December I sort of begins winter, even though technically by the calendar, it doesn't so this period of reflecting will be September October in November. That's fall southern hemisphere. That's your spring so next year when I look back we'll be at the February. And I will look back on the previous three months my winter. So that will be December January February and so on throughout the whole. Year. That's how I do it. That's when I do it. I practice on a broad scale four times a year at the end of each season. So that's when next what do I pay attention to or what exactly do I reflect on? It's easy to become over wound with his practice, especially if you aren't used to it, though, three months is a very specific period of time. There's still a lot of time they are ninety days to look back on what you need. When you do this practice is a lens. And the lens is use is to pay attention to what I learned. You could do this any way you want? But for me it helps to look at my life the last ninety days through that lens of learning. I found that when I pay attention to what I've learned and I intentionally record them and reflect on them. That's when real change begins to happen in my life. And that's when my decisions are best informed for the future. So here's a question to get. You started. Have you learned something about yourself about God about?.

Goldie Bing Crosby North Carolina United States America three months ninety days
"january february" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"january february" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"We start off with the market selloff. The Taoist more than six hundred points at the lows of the day closing down about five hundred fifty points for those keeping score at home. That's nearly a thousand points in two days and the bear certainly on the attack the doubt S and P five hundred erasing their gains for twenty eighteen now both in negative territory, the S and P firmly in correction with nearly half the stocks in the index sitting in a bear market, the NASDAQ plunging from its highs down on Wapping fifteen percent from the peak. So was seemingly no catalysts inside. As we head into the end of the year is the market heading straight into bear country. Which would be another. Other ten percent down from here Pete what he say. Well, you don't have to broach those levels. I mean, Steve Grasso was on with you today at powerlift. I thought he was fantastic with the charts of the up there, and he was talking about different levels, and he talked about earlier this year October. But also going back to that January February drop the we had so can we test those or maybe even breakthrough those I think absolutely we can at least test those level. So yes. But the one thing that is interesting to me, and I know Dan, watches just like we look at the vix all the time. Right. I do. And I think it's more meaningful than I think sometimes we've discussed the new, but the fact that when we've gone up recently meld we've had multiple five hundred down days now. So under those circumstances. I'm shocked that we're looking at vix that's trading at twenty two twenty three. I just find that. Unbelievable. The reason I do is given the movement it's low, but given the intraday movement. It's extremely low. Because if you look at today we were down five fifty rallied all the way back to. Oh, I think I think we should be approaching thirty. And by the time, we get there. Sorry. But by the time, we get there. I think then we'll finally see. The Woosh down effect. Can yes. I just you know, if you think about the long term average on the victory over the last twenty years, it's actually closer to eighteen nineteen. So if you think about where markets have been this cuts to where we talk about the central Bank put that's basically pulled all the volatility of the markets, you take central banks out of liquidity game..

Steve Grasso powerlift Pete Dan fifteen percent twenty years ten percent two days
"january february" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"january february" Discussed on Toure Show

"Crickets this is in january february two thousand sixteen and i'm like hold on a second there's something really wrong here and so then the other data dummies that run the democratic party the everything's been the data doesn't back you up and i was i knew something was wrong my only point simply this you ask you know to accept i came across differently on television i've had to be i've had campaigns where people's lives were in my hands i've had campaigns where you know somebody's child was dead and even the ep wouldn't take the case and it was me and them against the world and and and and there's a sobriety that you have to bring to that to try to figure out who's real who's fake how can we get this done who can we rely on and i tried to bring that sobriety to television and you know to extend it i looked different because i am different i think sobriety is excellent word for the vibe that you are bringing when people were saying kinds of crazy thing i mean and i've been triggered in those moments and had to swallow it and so i know how i do it and i only do so well you do it much better than i do so when you're in those mega panels and somebody says something crazy and the trump supporters the televised trump supporters were saying really crazy things yes how did you maintain just your personal cool to not be like geoffrey why are you.

democratic party trump geoffrey
"january february" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"january february" Discussed on WDRC

"As the flu vaccine is the best predictor is the best prediction of what's going to come down the pike uh months ahead and you know what you made out protection against is of flu that's not even going to be part of the uh epidemiological picture come flu season what would develops as the actual flew in america it oh come january february march may be devoured bugged what you've got vaccinated against saw you know given the potential uh side effects uh i'm not that tuesday about the flu vaccine i mean if it was like really benign and they weren't potentially toxic substances including the vaccine had people never had reactions like you had uh and it was very effective i'd say well he allocate the totally make sense fluids bad thing let's all train avoid it some people die from the flu it's a big deal but it's an you know he merely to raise questions about vaccination these days uh gets you labeled a vaccine denier in a which actually is kind of uh in in in my opinion a cut of blasphemous because denier borrows from holocaust denier and that's the worst form of denial know when people say you know the six million jews there was no they deserve one hundred thousand jews wasn't you know was as bad as they say that's a form of real ignorance and it's a hateful uh miniaturisation of a real phenomenon so to call people who like myself who questioned vaccines i'm not against vaccines vaccines that you'll save lives i'm all four but when.

flu vaccine toxic substances america people
"january february" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"january february" Discussed on WDRC

"We do the drew promise that the guarantee that we used to call and because of the government rules we had to change the name so it's called the drew promise in whatever rate shop half appoint a more uh we'd automatically notify you because i systems automatically notify ice that the rate is a halfpoint less than we you close that you have to make six payments and then we embraced on adjust that quickly in any way so we usually takes its julyaugustseptember i've checked this twenty two years july august september in then off feb january february march of the low points in the market click aspires interest rates go odds during the year january february march ski january february march it in july august september 22 years i've tracked that and then that's the low point so those and we refinance by ninety two percent of our portfolio meaning that we promise you we're going to call you in some people were shocked when we do call aig side never thought you'd call i've been i've done seven mortgages in the last fifteen years not one when there is ever called me and said geez i can raise i can go your rate and in this awful point or whatever the situation in this in this case we knocked nine years off this gentleman's mortgage he ended up save saving a hundred seventy thousand gross and a hundred twenty two thousand net now those what we may gross on a weekly basis not will we take home because we all fay fayka will pay taxes so when you look at you a tax returns it shows you how much you what your tax bracket is could be 22 percent could be 28 percent could be 25 percent and then you divide your tax bracket by huh how much you're saving so if you're saving 128's by the by seven point seven no thirty percent tax bracket in a come up 270 thousand and acts with this gentleman had to do make on june seventy to keep the one twenty so literally saved 170 that's the point i'm trying to make so when you're algiere investing and i always say this you pee people need to sources of income if you're surgeon and unless you have disability insurance whereas you've got hurt at work oh you can't worth any longer and a lot of times it's in the insurance policy and you when you.

interest rates insurance policy aig fay fayka tax returns ninety two percent twenty two years thirty percent fifteen years 22 percent 25 percent 28 percent nine years 22 years