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"jeff johnson" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"I think the best way to do it and this is. Hey jeff johnson gary frank did this in superman secret origins one of the best One of my favorites who ran stories. They have super boy. Go to the future with the legion. When he's a kid does also of interest in his costume. He comes back and i think they raise mine. And maybe they don't sometimes they do but i have great cheech of how to like you incorporate that but then he don't do anything because in superhero comics. Most of his adventures were with the legion. Because they didn't have have comic anymore. It's called adventure. Comics was on my dad's favorite calms. I have so many old ones from my dad. And those were superman anesthesia's superheroes when he's a little boy in there in the future doing stuff right. So let's anyway that's to me. That's a loophole to make that stuff work at other than that. I don't agree. I don't want super flying. Around in smallville costume right. You know what's funny is like in the in the geoff. Johns secret origin. A super issues. One and two are like okay. But i love what he did when they got to metropolis. But i love how you damn italo is being under general lane and i love this the smallness of it you know i love superman birthright to my favorite but my favorite part of that story is actually beginning where he's like building up to go to metropolis then by the end you know. It's a huge. You know battle thing. But i loved origins was health. Smaller was was superman vs parasite and tallow the movies Learn a lot from that by because once you have like it's the end of the world stakes. Where do where do you go from there. Where do you go. you can't you can't top it at that point right exactly so so. You're live action. Here's like v question that divides all superman fans trunks. Where do you stand with trunks. Have to wear the underwear on the outside of the pants. That is essential to me. Like i i. I don't like look at once without home and say like. Oh that's like here's okay like i. Obviously it's from the time period right But he's an alien planet fine like there's no need. I disagree with the reasoning of why they take them off of that makes sense. Like i don't mind costumes have been there you know. I don't think like oh it's terrible cost you now because there's no trunks on it. I disagree with the whole outlooks dug. When it's the twenty first century now we need to take them off coming no..
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"Yeah. No one really. It's just a whole bunch of stores worries about, you know, the the the joys and the anxieties of being parent, especially a parent of a boy. I was going to ask that is it more more stories and less like lessons and teaching, you know, it's it's kind of a mixture of both. I treat them, you know, I think there's 55 lessons in there. So each one is a is you know describes a lesson, but usually there's a story or two to go along with it and what I've heard from people who have like is that the stories are meaningful to them because they see their own kids in in so many of these stories because again, they're just they are also similar in what they go through over, you know, fifteen or twenty years, right? And I am learning is a dad of a 22 and a nineteen-year-old it it doesn't necessarily get Simple Start to grow up. Oh man. I was thinking that as you were talking my wife and I we've got six and follow her over 18, and it doesn't really change. It doesn't get simple that you know the first time I have to set a doctor appointment and go fill out the paperwork or go to a job interview. You know, they're in your face like oh my God, what do I do? What do I do now? That is that's very true. And our older son just graduated from college a couple of months ago. And so now he's in the the whole job search process and he's back home staying in living with us for probably a few months till he finds something and and yeah, you just realized they're they're not completely developed in their brains yet. Even at especially boys even at 22, right and how many country songs are about guys after their phone number passes wishing they could just ask them one more thing. Yeah. Yep. Well, so did you publish this yourself or did you get an agent and a publisher? No doubt it myself. I tried to I didn't even pitch it to anyone cuz I you know, I talked to some people who knew the business and they said you can try that but it's going to be hard and yep. Really wanted to get it written and done and out before I started my new job on January 1st. So, you know at eight ten twelve month process wasn't realistic for me. So I just decided to do it on my own now got the help of a professional editor and hired her she was great and did hire somebody to do the cover design and the interior design. So, you know spent a couple of thousand bucks off in the end and then and then another person who helped me kind of navigate Amazon and all the other things that I had to do, which is can be a little daunting..
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"Started something new your life kind of gets overtaken by wage so that that's when I decided, you know, when the next year and half essentially I'm going to write a book and that's when I started and it took me quite a while cuz I just did it in little fits and starts the wrong. I wrote this book regarding. You know, what I've learned from from raising two boys and you know coaching kids and tutoring kids boys. It's amazing to me how every boy is is so unique but so similar in in in the challenges that they present us as parents and and I say Thursday Just because you know a lot of our friends my wife and my friends are parents of my kids friends. And so they are going through the same phases and the same ages that that are or were at the time and when we were honest which with each other as parents as well as along with sharing those stories about how great your kid is you'd share stories about the difficulties that they were causing in the stresses that they were caught appointments that they were causing you and they're all the same, you know, obviously some are are more severe when it comes to those disappointments or frustrations than others, but they all go through the same sorts of anxieties that are totally irrational and they all go through that same period of of selfishness and self-centeredness before she graduated from high school and you know, they're just so many things that are similar about them and I wanted to write the book just to share with other parents so that they know they're not alone because every parent is dead. Through the same thing no matter what they tell you when you're talking right against I love that. So you took your personal life experiences for the moment and turned into a book to help others, which you could have made the choice to do that about politics, you know, how to survive in politics or how to survive as a lawyer or anything..
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Discovered Wordsmiths
"Are you working on your other career? But struggling to get that first book published does the goal of being in a locker seem to like Fifty or thoughts of having multiple books and making a full-time living or as Fantastical is living in Cinderella's Castle welcome to discovered wordsmiths a podcast where aspiring authors can be heard join Stephen Snyder is he finds and talks to authors? You may not know but authors they have gotten their foot on the author career path here what they've done to get there and off they want to go now settle down it's time for a bit of inspiration and advice, listen to today's discovered Wordsmith. Welcome.
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"News radio W F L A no DIRECT hit forecast for Florida But Tropical Storm Sally could still bring 1 to 3 FT. Of storm surge to parts of the pain handle plus flooding as it tracks toward the mouth of the Mississippi River. The storms rains could also caused flooding in central Florida through tomorrow. Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has pledged $100 million to help Joe Biden beat President Trump in Florida. A spokesman for the former rival of Biden says it will let Biden Focus more resources on other battleground states. Ah Corona virus vaccine could come in a few months. But will you take it? There are some numbers in this poll that policymakers across the board should really be paying attention to Jeff Johnson of Florida's Air P says their new poll finds only 46% of voters over age 50 will take the vaccine, 30% said they would not and the other, 24% said they didn't know with Florida's news. I'm John the Kristen. From imported senator. Credit Union hormones. Traffic center traffic is still looking good to run the area highways as we get further into the evening to 75 is moving up to speed throughout the Bay Area. At this time. Something was also looking good, both North and South bound lanes and I forced looking good. Both East and West and South Expressway isn't reporting any major problems in or out of downtown Tampa at this time, and the veterans is clear up through such as county Just cause you're driving over the water tonight for the higher Patrol issued a travel advisor about high winds over the Skyway. Charles E news radio fella. Light to moderate rain, as well as those gusty winds will continue along the coast for the rest of the afternoon. Further inland, passing downpours will be often on Clouds, though keeping all of us in the upper seventies and low eighties tonight, most of us should dry out. With the exception of a few downpours lingering along the coast Monday afternoon. Rain chances increase to a 60% for redeveloping showers and thunderstorms, especially farther inland. Highs on Monday will be in the upper eighties. A flood watch remains in effect for the entire Tampa Bay area. A Mex defender eight meteorologist Amanda Holly, NBC News radio. I'm at matins and a deal for Microsoft by the Social media platform. TIC TAC is falling through Microsoft, said the apse parent company Bite dance, Let them know it wouldn't be selling Tic Tac's.
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Anchor of Hope Recovery Podcast with Justin Franich
"Know further drug addict that can relate to that because dude, we've been gripped. I was GonNa ask you for some closing thoughts but I think I think that last those last few lines that you just gave I mean that just hit the nail head. You know when we get into grip of Jesus, the things that we have that have seen they lose they lose their grip and yes, and that's just some powerful stuff and so Jeff I, WanNa thank you as we wrap up for on coming on the show and chat. With Me Today on authentic my honor roll, and as as share with the audience, you not promised to keep these these calls around thirty minutes, these interviews around thirty minutes or so on and so at you guys can look Jeff on facebook on Jeff Johnson. I'll put all of his social media contact information in the show notes and you. He also has a facebook ministry page, his grip ministries where you guys can follow along with some of. The. Ministry work that they're doing you're traveling around and you know he posts pitchers from time to time when he's out of the different teen challenge. Jenner's and updates from when he's out ministering folks and so if you just need a source of inspiration and a source of hope on definitely check Jeff's ministry out in the Lord leads you to get involved at all. Don't hesitate to reach out to him as well On. The Jeff I want to thank you again for coming on man. Your testimony is inspiring on your definitely you know evidence of what happens when somebody anchors their lives to Christ and cyber the appreciate a man. The S A man Thank you so much for for even considering US man We we've we've loved you since we met you justin in you know you. You may not be serving at teen challenge anymore man, but you just can't seem to get away. From helping folks and I love that about you man I. Love that about you and I appreciate it will it all you guys listening. Thank you so much for tuning in and I hope you were inspired once again by this podcast on and we really appreciate your your support in your follows. Please take a minute. If you enjoyed the episode on Click subscribe and as we're building this audience, it's really important for five star reviews on. Give us a review give us some feedback especially on apple podcast and some of the other bigger platforms so that we can continue to get this mess message. HOPE OUT ON. You know this isn't about building my name. It's about continuing to put the name Jesus out there and bring hope to those that are struggling because we do believe we do know that Jesus can transform life a thank you guys so much and have a wonderful day..
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Anchor of Hope Recovery Podcast with Justin Franich
"From addiction, and so today I'm excited to bring you another anchor conversation. This is our fourth anchor conversation I'm really joined these conversations so far with people that are out on you know that are out in the real world and they're doing life after addiction addiction as part of their past it's not who they already more, and so it excites me to continue to bring these guests on here so they can inspire you and encourage you as you. Your way to freedom or you continue to walk in your freedom. Tonight. I've got Jeff Johnson with me on Jeff. Is a guy that I met several years ago while I was serving and teen challenge he reached out to us he was traveling around on wanting to come administer on at the Teen Challenge Chapel Service and I was excited to have him out because he he came out and shared his story with his wife Connie and they were really to. The students their teen challenge on a heart level and it was a phenomenal time and some excited jeff here with us tonight and he's GonNa share some history. Hey, Jeff, how are you man I'm doing good. Thank you. Fantastic well, thanks for being on the show..
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"With you till eight PM tonight coming up in our next segment we'll be speaking with Jeff Johnson he's the chief of chief of epidemiology immunization in the city and the county of San Diego talked a little contact tracing tonight but let us first say hello to Joe Harper Joe Harper against on this station many times over again everybody knows Joe he's the CEO of the del Mar thoroughbred club which announced earlier today via the units beyond that they will be scaling back racing from five days to three days let's get some details here Joe Harper we welcome you in a news radio six hundred cargo Terence Smith and Jack Cronin how are you Sir thank god it got it thank god I'm beyond yeah well we appreciate it tell us a little bit about what we learned today about what the del Mar race meet is gonna look like starting on July tenth of this summer July yeah yeah we moved it up a little bit of a originally were scheduled for the eighteenth but the well without the county fair going on there well we have the race track get up earlier to to get in shape for horses and so so we're gonna move move the date to the up to the tenth and I think it's you know obviously going to be a very different track race mate most likely ones without any fans the tracks that are up and running across the country right now we're all doing so within two grand stand obviously because of the of the virus but it's up yeah it's working out pretty well everybody I think you know what fans may not know is is ninety percent of del Mar's betting handle everyday is made off the race track through different satellite locations down and then it got by apps that time meeting so we love the people but but the handle bar I think we'll still be there and back many of the tracks that had increases and Betty handle because block status being shut down and and that type of thing so we'll see what happens but I think you know work that party thing to ask for the safety of the horses and the and the people to take care of them and so we we have gone are a lot of take a lot of steps per protocols on safety talk with a lot of help help departments and and that doctors about what to do and what not to do an act I think the plan is is pretty good going forward for for all that to happen it is so interesting when it comes to things like sports where we were used to having you know forty five thousand people on opening day at del Mar so without the fans in attendance what you're saying is a lot of your business model actually you make the money through the batting side and so you're able to operate when it comes to sports size how much is the off track stuff or the betting handle verses the in person the margaritas the party atmosphere the people the ticket those kind of things but what it was that kind of look like well it get the raw numbers are it'll probably cost us about fifteen million dollars not have a the fans on the track that skill and parking admission F. N. B. and all those things with our doctors and that's kind of really where where we are we always said we're in the entertainment business not just the gambling business and so we're just going to be here in a gambling business here looks like but but we you know we can we can we are obviously losing fifteen million dollars that is is a big deal but when you consider that they the fact that we scale back obviously that the employment that drastically yep we end up probably stating around twelve or thirteen million dollars in that respect though but there will be a little more creative with what other things to to make up the difference and I think I think we're gonna be okay this is it's a little different for us because of the entertainment factor the del Mar has and I'm hoping that up as some of the restrictions are lifted we see today yeah I'm driving around town the restaurants are are in operation on the on a limited basis yeah and it could be that that would be the same for us and we have the number drops that the race track in and that we might be able to we'll see what what it looks like in July but then but right now the only thing we're thinking about is safety precautions and that and and the people take care of them and that's one of the problems we we really have here is an example where else to go they're gonna come to del Mar no matter what they need to keep in training senator will be closing for their offseason and so we're going to have nineteen hundred head of horses here being able to afford to keep them here is is that is why we have raised and not just train so this is hopefully all things considered in this environment I'm pretty happy with the way it's it's looking right now Joe Harper is the CEO of the del Mar thoroughbred club racing will resume on July tenth it'll be three days per week obviously fans at least the start will not be part of the equation we have seen a horse racing going on throughout the last ten weeks through the pandemic in different states even in this state as well Joe for you at least you know you had the benefit of seeing the way it was working and at other tracks what did you pick up from how it was being done elsewhere well you know it gets down to them the nitty gritty of of operational issues and we were lucky senators debt debt of but a fine job what they're doing now we've been up there are people that they're looking in and out finding out you know what what of the pickpocket learn what works and what doesn't work so you know we're not we're not going is behind them and so I think you know I mean they they've they've they've been pretty good I've had that the Florida derby at them then scream park what a month or so ago that they had one of the highest value the highest data handling ever happened with with nobody in the grandstand so in that respect it so it's pretty comparable to what was it like for you to sit here in San Diego and California and watch comic con have to be canceled and product and most impactful to you the county fair all of those being canceled conventions sports or for you in the spring time all these things get canceled for twenty twenty what was it like to sit there and have to watch that and then what does it mean to you to be one of the only things that is going to be able to operate well you know I think it's it's been said so many times but we're all in this together and yeah I remember I've been married for fifty six years and I I don't remember everything that happened on my wedding day but I can't remember the phrase it is that the older with for better or for worse and I figure if we can keep the bettors ahead of the worse is that I think what we're going to be fine and you know this is this is a temporary deal obviously that it all came together have a happy ending eventually yeah it's pretty depressing to look out there and just see a an empty grandstanding and coming in July to see comic con the state fair you know I and that's that's really tough for them I know that's why it's so important we get up and running so you know we can't help but significantly less than what with their financial situation all the money we make you with racing stays stays until March so that's going to be good for for everybody so yeah I'd get China depressing but but you know there's there's a there's a glimmer of hope on the horizon and I think we all have to kind of look at that and just to know that we're gonna have better days the entertainment industry of of which horse racing is definitely a part of has gotten very creative here some of the pageantry and traditions with the summer meet the hot contests some of the great food I know that you all there have come up with some some pretty creative ways different ways but creative ways to still continue some of those traditions virtually into go tell us a little bit just some of those details as people now absorbed the news of the racism yeah we're we're trying to have a kind of a blue collar small slice of the annual flavor yeah we're gonna have a virtual hat contest online we're going to do that Hey doctor includes our margaritas and Anna Carter cracked the side work at that will be how long with tip sheets and bedding things to go hello gift shop deals inspect on line wagering officers through our offices are produced through our through a handle which is the T. V. G. N. R. several cast operator you know I think yeah it is hard to recreate the old of the fun of other opening day that we're gonna we're gonna try to make it as as I think the holiday in San Diego we don't wanna let people down here at the MMDA so we'll have other things in as we go through the media hopefully seeing what the landscape of of this hello the situation is with on track attendance hopefully we get them we can get them you have a better idea of maybe half the people are tracked well we hope so Joe Harper we appreciate it thank you very much for joining us tonight and talking it was a little bit about what it will look like out of contract this summer we thank you we wish you all the best thank you very much they grab me on all right thank you Joe Harper I. N. tho this is us he said it it sounded like understandable disappointment Jack but Hey we're all in this together gonna make the most out of it and the hat contest virtually is it going to be the same but what are we supposed to do we're we're just not going to go run away and hide we still can make something out of the situation yeah and it sounds like they're gonna be really helping the fairgrounds in general because the fear itself is not running this summer they're relying even more on the races in the betting in the money that stays there at that state property at the del Mar fairgrounds there will be more important to the long term future of the site itself so very interesting as they go in a week earlier they won't lose too many races all together because they're going early in the running more times per day even if it is just the weekend so get back up and running here July tenth yep and hopefully the the quality of the horses at the track isn't impacted because the Triple Crown racing calendar has been turned upside down where is now all three races are ahead so we'll have to see the way that shakes out save that for a different day but thank you very much to Joe Harper when we come back Jeff Johnson chief of epidemiology and immunization.
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"Night Attorney General William Barr appointed a federal prosecutor reviewed the unmasking requests Bomet ministration officials admitted during the transition that was announced by Kerry cook back on the Sean Hannity show the attorney involved John bash is the US attorney for the western district of Texas he will be conducting the view parallel with John German Jeff Johnson's
"jeff johnson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Danced around together in a circle his teammates job they said let me get some sure the man Dr either they can't cover welcome to the SEC baby and coaches were saying you were proving why you deserve to be here in this game simply amazing what is going on here so far this afternoon it will be twenty five can't stop the bleeding six of leading the last two yards on the play well there was a lot of optimism in in Oklahoma's defense without experiences turn things around a year ago there were a hundred and twenty nine in college football against the pass and this year the twenty fourth through they made tremendous improvements but in the big games in the big moments in the last couple years they gave up fifty four points to Georgia the rules for the thirty five a year ago to families in your school they played the SEC we have not been up to second September twenty eighth six of the play Jordan Jeff Johnson Jeff is it is not a big days for such as now throw up so much expect to hear a lot more of Caleb on three songs is a pass rush specialist and when you get up twenty eight points you can just see all for the time where's the other one for fifty one yards the other play went for thirty seven total yards will be taken by L. as you eight oh four to goal.
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Mark these skis Florida gardening presented by Graeme capital advisors dot com thank you for the Florida gardening right here I've got my guest in studio Jeff Johnson from Dodge and situation topical as in yes we located the South Beach mangle festival so this this is down in Miami beach yes on Miami beach in South Beach and it's it's pretty new I think it's only the second year now this is Friday through Sunday looks like so thought is like three days from eleven AM to seven PM second annual South Beach mangle festival and and and sale it's going to take place during the peak of Miami's mango season that South Beach is beautiful beach at Louis park so that's going to be that sounds like it could be a lot of fun there there's gonna be a main goals rule V. I. P. dinner too hosted by chef Allen saucer how about that yeah I know if you know the Allen sister sauce I will have the answer could be so yes yes Sir he actually has the great mango book in the great citrus book they're they're the kind of a three or four inch wall wide book in about foot tall so and then you know that you're open him up and they I don't know if you know the book it look it up like the great mango book and I see it now you know all these review copies of us been older older book that I know the citrus book is an older book I don't know about the mango book hi but yeah the he's he's fairly famous down in the the southeast Florida area and now I can easily I think he's been added to the mango fest warfare Tostrup will guard dogs right on the corner so this is at twelve hundred ocean drive Miami beach now is it a little drive for people yeah but that's okay you know if you love mingles yeah and if you want have a great weekend on a southeast Florida yep full of festivities down there's gonna be all kinds of things are happening they want to register for this VIP event of course you can go online to those sold S. O. B. E. mango fast dot com SO B. E. sold sold be examined MSP for South Beach or stopping South Beach mangle fast S. O. B. E. mango fast dot com you get all the details there and of course there's gonna be over a hundred vendors there to display their main goal things products in South Beach that should be as great as I walking around be great just walking around exactly nice so Saturday night they're gonna light up Louis park from seven eleven PM and of course they'll be the first to V. I. P. mangle sorry Hey and chef competition how bout that so music festival so I theme limited to the first thousand people that come well you know that's gonna be fun that actually so of course we've been you know Hey we've been talking mangoes now for over an hour and a little bit about Jack food too sure but you know people have to get your people are always looking for something different to plant out in their yard because the a lot of people had citrus out there and maybe they're discouraged they have a lot of work to do for surgery to keep them but there's a lot of different fruits of people can plant and mangles is probably a great replacement I what about people how far north should you really plant a mango tree well I mean the if you look at the the temperature maps it kind of cuts through the northern part of Pinellas county right down through basically Tampa and goes on interior interesting I was on a road trip about a month ago came up bus seventeen out of Arcadia but I couldn't yeah and I could not believe yeah what you'll exactly I could not believe in southern Paul the the mangoes that I saw I mean I don't like going this is this is frozen to the ground territory for mangoes and then yeah he's in size size may goes down there so including all buying bangles insure more is that it's a winner with the winners be and will be in warmer obviously you know everybody's predicting a freeze every winter but we we've been we had twenty one degrees and watch hula for nineteen hours.
"jeff johnson" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show
"TV held a hip hop summit summit on social justice killer might was there. Ti Conservative Candice Owens Mallory Katrina Pearson who's a conservative as as well Stephen Target and journalist Jeff Johnson. He hosted the a bit of a question. Would you say make America great again. Which period talking about women couldn't vote the period when we were hanging from trees? I'll answer or like the correct air which period in America I can try like so. I actually think that I would I would totally rocket hat right now. That said make America great again because I am. We've flashing. Was America great that we're trying to replicate rich. It ever was so great that you guys are forgetting. America was actually one of the uh-huh slavery was all over the world all over the world silicon. I'm not saying it's okay. So why are you saying Oh. It is so you so I wanna hear you wanna be able to hear this when I say I slavery was all over the world which is why. Are you pulling effect for those. You're making like. Oh people that look like us. Then ain't gonNA freeze. Maybe.
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"You know kind of what else i know. You don't probably want to give away the secret sauce but you know it is it based more on projections or current activity both but the simple answer is once you get established with some clients and you perform. They'll let you know where they're going. Yeah yeah you know so you get the inside scoop from them. They'll let you and then and on because they need it right. I mean they need you to have infrastructure up so that they can have no hiccups in their logistics of transporting water as correct and they do like to see multiple options. The means a win and there's a couple of you know half billion dollar back companies building back companies that have gone up the stack scoops and the last year and we've heard from a couple of large operators traders say look you know we don't we don't what happens if they take the whole water market. <hes> you know they're going to control the border prices yeah so as long as you guys can keep up with us. You know we're we wanted to sell to one of those guys into three years. Become that guy yeah and so that's that's positive and negative about heaven. You know they'd hundred pound gorilla up there but yeah yeah if you can perform. Many of these operators will will support you because i want. Another option is good. Yeah i mean it always comes down to relationships in this business right apps you know having good relationships with the companies and imboden successful business off of that yes sir so talking about we're talking about tax benefits earlier before we started the podcasts and you know a lot of one of the big sells for investors to get into upstream oil and gas assets is obviously the tax fits you get from intangible intangible drilling cost last year depletion tax credits. You know things like that yeah so paul. Obviously your investors are interested in getting some tax breaks. This is what kind of got you've chomping at the bit for saltwater disposals what kind of tax benefits or you guys seen from this. You know i wasn't familiar with tax. Benefits and saltwater disposal also definitely gets me excited yeah i wasn't either you know the way i kind of way me and jeff met is i was at a mentor group with a bunch of other advertisers and at saw guy that i hadn't seen in a while to get friend of mine was asking may what are you doing. What's going on as i build some stuff in texas and he's at ohio hi all right and i was like what are you doing in texas and he's like our doing this water disposal and also what company and he he told me up the scoble energy out of dallas and i'm like unheard unheard of those guys fort worth dallas. I used to live in ohio. That's close close enough so i was like you and then he said yeah they get ten percent and then they're getting a tax deduction and i said you don't get tax deductions on on water our disposal. I sit on the well yeah but not on water exposal. He's i swear to god we're getting that and so i'm like there's no way i would have known about this you know and so he's like well. I'm gonna put you in touch with them so me and jeff talked and he explained it to me and how it came out of the two thousand seventeen jobs act and its bonus depreciation. It's a good thing and we've got it for a few more years right so so basically any any you know business can go out and buy cap or by queant you know things to grow their business whereas he used after debris that over about twenty year period trump says we can do it in the first year <hes> halloween and the upstream space too right so essentially if you're drilling a well we'll hundred percent year intangible your i._d._c.'s become a write off. I think it was like eighty. Eighty percent eighty percent before yeah yeah so so for somebody who doesn't own a business but you have income and assets and you can partner with guys like us and be able to get that tax deduction and get the decent return awesome now. You don't get you know obviously an oil. You know if you hit that winner you're gonna be. You're gonna have a big big return but i mean that that boils down to a high risk high return right. You know a high reward but you know it's not always high reward. Most of our clients are are older and they don't wanna take that kind of risking and they're happy with her. Looking for steady steady cash flow you know one thing do won't say it was a two thousand seventeen. You know tax bill came out the jobs. I was a foul succ- except for the two thousand seventeen that tax bill passed that was most creation yeah so what's cool is what some of the strategies that people can implement because they have that right so think about this. Somebody's got an i._r._a. Right where some of the lowest tax rates they think tax rates are going up. They wanna do a roth conversion right now. They can offset that entire tax bill and move over to a roth and have roth income tax free so that's one of the deterrence for a lot of people to convert to a roth as they gotta pay all the taxes upfront. Now we have an option which before we might have used long aspect. That's pretty high risk right now. We have this option which is low risk and much lower risk than oil and gas and and with the same or close to the same deduction and you can move a lot of that money and offset awesome yeah if you're listening to this and you wanna get some tax benefits fits makes money hit up paul. He's a man when it comes destruction. We'll also so one of the one of the questions you all the time has hey. You guys are in well. How can we take that first. Step into either you the participating investments or becoming operator doing some non upside this is this is a great way to get in. Yeah absolutely oil get into some water deals kinda. Get your feet wet with some things. Allow these guys to kind of educate you in school you on kind of the ins and outs that's a great first step without making the what kind of not not specific to y'all's three facilities then obviously i know you guys have to be careful. On what would you claim for returns but just generally over the over the industry for saltwater disposal. What are some typical returns. You know i mean if you look at apartment complexes commercial real estate complexes people know that you know hey we can get a fifteen percent return. Is there any kind of standard for that for us w._d. Facilities m._s. w._d. Facility should run thirty forty percent margins no and then then of course. What's your corporate experience. Do you have a cost of capital yeah. Do you have debt and so it's kind of all over with the board but the way we structure our deal. It's really since we're not taking debt. We're not using private equity and we're not using wall street. Just the fees is that we save these expenses on counting the headache. There's plenty there to really way. We treat our investors their preferred. They've got a preferred verd- status to us as a managing general partner so they get paid. I we make ten percent distribution that pays monthly in it starts paying immediate because because we we put that money to work <hes> cash flow enough the asset one asset to cover the ten percent on multiple assets and then upon exit. They also get paid. I get one hundred and ten percent back then. We get everything over that. I'm i'm happy taking the risk. I'm comfortable taking the risk yeah and if we're right then you know we let the investor save a lot of tax dollars yeah and make nice. I don't think people realize how much capital gets destroyed by fees in middleman when when it comes to his wife yeah exactly i mean it's just the reporting and everything else you gotta do is can yeah i mean this. This is a problem that i talk about upstream oil and gas assets. You know this is a very tough market right now. Just the entire capital structure is broken and they're don't get me started on this foot. Whether whether there's one gas midstream assets commercial real estate the amount of fees that you pay just destroy capital. I mean even you know this just going through a brokerage fun. You know <hes> doina wanna run yeah yeah. It'll kill you and so getting accessed. Frontmen besser is being able to directly access investments. Our asses extremely yeah and that's our that's our long term goal to is the negative to that is it's taken us longer razor capital yeah no you can't get two hundred million and put it to work yeah but the positive is is that if we perform and if we're able to execute well then we're looking to grow that base and so i'm an entrepreneur. I'm not gonna stop op working. I was bored to death and twelve thirteen fourteen. My wife tell you that was hor- just fish the whole time no see that's the thing i don't have that how many hobbies to work. You know. We're right there with you. On this because asian like retirement any can't ever fucking retirement. I do myself it making money's fun and i'm also sarah awesome charity making other people. Money is absolutely just like building things building things things in following yeah if you have that following if you if your investors have made money with either gonna stick with you and they're gonna go onto the next deal with and when you have that backing there's there's nothing that can really stop you. You have access to capital now and in the next good deal that comes along and get your folks together and no crank up the next thing you know. I don't know what the pilot analogy about the part analogy about being an entrepreneur so i read this i read this article from his name's michael arrington and he wrote it on tetrarch articles like nine nine years old and his apart analogy was that he compares entrepreneurs to pirates there isn't he does. He said he said you look at pirates back in the sixteen hundred seventeen hundreds whenever pirates were running rampant. He's like it probably wasn't that lucrative if you know. How many times did you know a big loot. You know rob a big ship. He said but the risk was pretty high like you're going to get you know get executed. Oh you're gonna get killed out at sea. You know there. There was just this outweighed risk you here to the reward. He says why compare pair entrepreneurs pirates he said because very few entrepreneurs actually make it and make any money but entrepreneurs don't give a fuck about the risk or the reward we just do it because we thoroughly enjoy in your venture so yeah the highs and lows just enjoy the process right and that's that's so it is for me at least personally speaking. I obviously in business to make money but that's not my end goal journey along the way amen. I encourage her. You know one other thing too about using the individual investors is if you do go out and get some of the private equity flex better term. Here's two hundred million clock starts taken you gotta you gotta deploy capital and you and that that can cause people to shortcut the process and by assets. Maybe they shouldn't by to enforce his you end up bad decisions hundred percent. It does yes if you don't return. Your equities knocked out yeah dot com..
"jeff johnson" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Buddies with us today got jeff johnson with episode energy and our good buddy paul nick with south texas financial group now the devil dog it's going to are you guys doing today awesome good so spun up so paul. You've been a friend of ours for quite a while now and i think you're at our original happy the hours yeah a year ago we work. We met at the bosley hair group. Didn't we don't need that yeah. <hes> i remember paul being there at the original ones those are those are those g wants. Yeah i know you guys are all into 'em may and stuff so i figured i just shaved my head and look like i have a little intimidating. You guys got a really cool episode here. Jeff is as with episode global energy. You guys are in the salt water. Disposal business paul usually introduced us paul ron's fons foreign investors and gets them in a different types. It's of assets saltwater disposals being one of those kind of how we'll connect this story between you two but jeff. Let's start out talking about what you guys are doing at a high level sure we're up in the anadarko basins primarily the stack scoop and transporting and disposing of produced water inflow backwater and that's a good business because that's expensive the the only orwell's oh yeah all right you too big events that are usually get rid of water and electricity correction. We own some water wells right yeah they you know i like this topic that we're talking about and actually jeff and i before we started recording. We walked over to the kitchen. Grab some water and i asked him if he knew kurt he's like yeah just had lunch with them. Three days ago as man every everyone those curtains saltwater does everybody knows what her car was. Actually we had him on and one of our earlier episodes and really got us excited about salt water disposal because it seems like a really unsexy business but what is sexy is cash flow the cash flow the warring in predictable but i mean just the amount of i can't. I can't cite the statistics off the top of my head but the water the supposed to come out of the permian basin over the next five years. She's astronomical so far listeners. Who don't who don't know you have a well as the life of the wealth progresses you're producing more and more water typically and like jeff said this is going to be one of your basic expenses so this has been hauled off and then injected or just injected into a solid supposedly what we have on one of our leases jeff that i leave anything out where he that's exactly right or you can treat it reprocess it. That's that's probably. I won't say that's where the industry's going were probably a number of years out <hes> <hes> <hes> i kinda liked it to them for gas probably back in the seventies. It was really more pain in the neck than anything because we didn't have infrastructure in place to move it <hes> and eventually. I believe if you're going to have this water being connected via pipe being reused. We're we're still quite a few years away from math yeah yeah i mean i'm pretty forward thinking saw i. I tend to think that will you know someone's going to figure out how we recycled produce water using fracking applications drilling but i think we can do it now. It's just extremely expensive to do rag who do it on a large commercial skill. That's right and it's the ford to trickle down for the average operator. It's gonna be a few years out because it's a massive capital investment absolutely louis. They're getting. They're absolutely yes so i'm interested in this because i wanna i wanna invest in salt water disposal facilities so really interested to learn some today but before we dive ventoux it. Let's talk about you guys. Personally we can start off with jeff jeff. Tell us about your background. You know how how did you get up to this point. What's your career in the oil and gas business. You can go oh as detailed as you want or keep it his general as you want and then we'll get into pulse was born in jacksonville arkansas. I grew up out in lubbock came over to dallas nineteen ninety eight and was a stockbroker briefly was disenfranchise with that and so. I don't know how i heard about us through a friend chesapeake form. Tom aubrey just formed chesapeake in nineteen ninety nine so they were looking for people to raise money for him for south texas then it was the austin chalk you know the horizontal when it got started going <hes> so so from eighty nine to ninety three we structured deals and raise capital from net worth individuals family offices they went public ninety three and i went started on company took a handful of those investors and i went over to what is now the barnett shell but we were drilling on top of it and to have more shallow formation and had some lip there after we lost first the ball we lost about three million bucks in louisiana right off the bat so i said we're leaving louisiana. Wait wait wait. Let's talk about this. How'd you lose three million dollars because because there's this great to bed wells yeah too bad well. That's what i saw. A lot of people don't understand about the expiration businesses that you could have thirty. You know decent wills but you have to bad ones and they can just change everything. Oh yeah i'll bet you over my career. We've owned probably thirty. Five hundred. Wells drilled a thousand of them. Well it make very much money on very many of them don't handful. You'd yeah so that tents water business. We can get into that later. You just made a comment before we started recording so yeah we own mr pools in oklahoma but fuck oils. I wanted in the water business of the money that i'm making more oil off my disposal well than i ever. We'll ask him all yeah. We are. Yes crazy. I just wish we could have so we saw the downturn so anyway. It's backed up so in ninety three did a small private deal and mesa mostly friends and family ninety eight. We got an unsolicited offer from bob simpson to buy everything he was out in parker county on land by minerals and we just happened to have thirty two wells on what he bought say these we want it and he gave us the members got it and then it was the name sounds familiar. Who is he mm-hmm yeah so he started cross timbers in that became mexcio <hes> he was chairman and c._e._o. When they so tax on okay i think one of the most successful if not the most successful independent independent oil company out there. They just did a great job over next to you. All those guys yeah absolutely so in nine nine for those that weren't in the business. It was brutal. We had small production and illinois with sold off the gas assets out in parker county and we actually got to revenue runs. We received see from the purchaser. Seven dollars and seventy five cents a barrel. That's bad when it cost you ten and you're getting seven seventy five. That's right you lose two three bucks every the timing produce barrel so i kind of got sucked into the matt. Simmons been pickens cam the cheap oil pretty soon tze over and so we wanna make long bet on they kind of bring that up because i kind of remind you that's where we are down water industry. I think we've got a lot of upside in it and if he can get a now control assets i think you can probably sell into a pretty good market down the road so back in oth three we were out pitching going to wall street sin the usual guys and actually had in two thousand and two word about eighteen bucks and actually had a banker analyst who's probably all twenty five years old. He's a what might you will ever see twenty dollars again. I said okay we'll go to the next week. The next guy says we're not buying all right now to cheat. So when do you want to buy it. You know it's just the market mentality. Everybody says buy low sell high. It's hard to get people to do that. Believe they hold onto it goes down then they sailed compliance a lot easier said than done typical investor in anything right. That's exactly right. I always tell at the wrong time and by the wrong time so we met along that we just wanted to go by as much as fast as we could and so we finally found a group out of europe that said said yeah we'll we'll. We liked the idea. We'll give you some money and i wanted to get into the public markets because at that time the cost capital was pretty good so we got to the public markets and we're we're only american stock exchange no five and went to the new york and built it to about a six hundred fifty million dollar enterprise value from about afford away. Which company was this. This was no energy came connell petroleum c._f. W was the ticker an when oil prices go from twenty to one hundred forty everybody looksmart by the way uh-huh yeah exactly so for what we did and do we wanted to guess right on the markets. You know we wanted to go up and down with the tide. We're never ever gonna pick the bottom or the top. I'm not anyway so as long as we can get in somewhere around you know bomb twenty percent get out somewhere in the top twenty percent. We're good with that in the meantime. Just execute don't make too many mistakes and if you don't make them twice so that's kind of what we do in any event we had a mention this because we're not taking any debt i one hundred million dollars a debt in two thousand and eight whenever we saw lasco from one hundred forty eight thirty two sounds like the main problem well the the the good news that is a hundred may sound like a lot but it's not and so when you have chesapeake the does the same in california when they two billion now the people owned two billion man would just go sit down and say man just stick with us. We'll make it yet. Hey just get out of my hair. You know so so we survived that and the company had grown. I'm an entrepreneur this four startup a guess and i'm bill to sell guy <hes> and that company got to the point where it went from literally two guys on the board and for employees to earn seventy five employees and a corporate board and it's it was time for me to go and this was two thousand ten yeah december two thousand ten i went did some consulting process jumped v-shaped curve. You know jump right back up to one hundred bucks. Buy twenty seven okay. We're gonna wait for correction. Get in it but this time we're doing water. We water flood company tertiary oil company so we managed a lot of water at comment and i remember it wasn't even a line item on the balance sheet that will be on through quarterlies looking at production shen. You know it was doing okay but this little bitty line item that we didn't even have on the balance sheet would be hall mortar for some of our competitors disposing of it. I can thirty forty percent margin yeah so why are we doing oil wells. You know and that was private. Of course we didn't say that to the market so that i'll never forget that and then of course our biggest bill the two biggest bills will always have in that as trinity and water to water so twenty twelve. We still had one hundred dollars oil twenty thirteen hundred twenty fourteen at two hundred. You'd go man. I missed it this thing ever incorrect the night and finally at did started tuned fifteen sixteen it got down to twenty six dollars in january sixteen and so we formed from the company about mid sixteen and spent about twelve months okay are we gonna. Are we going to fund this private equity. Guys know don't want to go to the public markets no and the ready foul six exemption is what we can do. We can advertise take accredited investors only but that helped at helped. That's one thing in the jobs. Active obama obama passed it that was helpful for small trying to raise money <hes> so we set that up on the first one done and we wanted to get in the market in the water market put somewhere other than the permian and here's why permeates great. I mean it's the gold standard. The bertie entry was pretty high. We felt we may have been a little late to the game name so to get a foundation. Let's try to find an up and coming play that is not real saturated yet. Then as we kind of get our sea legs might go look at the permian manner eagle ford smother things that was good. I mean you know that's continentals on good job. Harold hamm went up there and really was a pioneer of that fourteen and fifteen and they say they can make money at thirty dollars a barrel. I don't know if the candidate they say they can and they actually had the recount row in two thousand fifteen and i think i believe this is right to believe every other base and we saw the recount decline so we got up there and bought into trucking company and we wanted to get market share you know but transportation and as soon as we did that then we went and got her first disposal well down last year and our second disposal well down and we just finished up our third one and it's <hes> you know so far so good. It's boring and it's predictable. I'll boring and predictable. Actually the guy that we bought our wills from an oklahoma has s w._d. Business and water hauling and he had a whole a portfolio wolves that he was selling. We just took three of them but he's like man. He's like one out of the oil business. He's like so much more predictable to run my salt water disposal. What are the this is more traditional national. I mean they did pretty well and then they had what like i think it was partially the downturn but then they had like to dry holes in india's demand one one of those stories no had had a portfolio of you know thirty forty wells had two bad ones in the bunch that just completely you know man we we built up this portfolio over the last few years and you get to bad ones runs and all of a sudden all of that negated yes oh he's by my as w._d. Businesses so much more predictable traditional business zo he sold out and wanted to focus on that. We'll even like when you're raising capital to you know the story that you're gonna tell the investor you know they they wanna negate risk as much as possible right and even the the tax deduction is appealing when you're drilling wells but if you have the deduction available as well as cash flow on a consistent basis like that it's hard to beat that for an investor of somebody lester standpoint yeah yeah i mean oil and gas upstream. I said sir very high risk right and so try to take some of these institutional channel investors that may be focused on commercial real estate or some more risk adverse investments that cash flow. It's a lot easier sell them on salt water disposal midstream play than it is some high risk venture in oil and gas lutely..
"jeff johnson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Brought up a great point. And if you wanna learn more about that tax protect two four seven four seven four seven Jeff said, something in that last few minutes that really caught my eye investors are investing something that the majority of your success. Your net worth your income is tied up into your fund garage in my company coming isn't yet. Most advisors out there, Jeff they have really no skin in the game. And there's all an old analogy that if if your neighbor loses a job, it's a it's recession. If if I lose a job, it's a depression. Well, you know, there are three things one time. I asked Boone said Boone tell me what it is. You look for whenever you make an investment, they said real samplers three things he said are you conflicted? Are you properly incentivize and do you love me the care about me? And so we try to live by those three mantras where we are not conflicted. The second thing we do is. We are indeed properly incentivize the investor gets paid. I their preferred and they get a little profit on the back in. But because I'm taking more risk with that. Then I get a lot of the upside I get a big chunk of the upside, I'm comfortable with that. And we pay fair distribution make sure everybody's properly incentivized everybody's rises with the tide. Nobody's complaining about ten percent. Jeff learn more about funding to ten percent. Distributions techs. Protect two four seven four seven four seven. After the break. We're gonna talk about how stock buybacks may cause a big bust in the market. You've been listening to the alternative investment. Stay with us. Jeff Johnson and Robert Goud..
"jeff johnson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Jeff Johnson and Robert Jeff 4._0._1._K millionaires. But did you find the website? Finally. I did. All right. I told it to you. I don't wanna got it. Yes. And a C U B O dot org. NAC yu-gi-oh dot org. Reference that performance stat that you shared with me during the break. The is this what we talked about in the last. Eight point two so run on the front page fiscal year two thousand eighteen endowments across the board made eight point two percent in the markets were down six percent. That's right. That is a big swing. It's it's huge. So why do you think about college endowments if you give money away, they are conservative pools of money, right? And yet they invest so differently than the average investor will they have the ability to number one. I think that is a great point. I mean, most most private deals like fund h to that to go to buy because number one, we know that they had the capital number two. We know that they do it. And so to be able to take this and take it directly to the public directly to accredited investors. It is taking longer to raise a capital that is kind of a negative. But the positive is Robert I believe that in two to three years. And then we make an exit that we can go right back to our pool of investors and continue to work with them. Now. And I think that's it. Jeff, and we have to educate people, you know, the industry, unfortunately is off this focused on fees. That's it peas fees tried to get something for free. Well, that's how they get paid. Right. That's living in and then that's the problem. It's not. I mean, I think we need to change it. And it has to be performance based it has to be, you know, are you making money when the market's aren't what value to does your adviser bring to the table. Losses. Day morning losses. And I think that's what our stress test. Everything uncovers. Is it takes away, quite frankly? And I tell people this the stress tests if.
"jeff johnson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Peptide your important in helping your pet become healthier. I've seen exciting results with a gift, and I use it. My practice at the shot spot in the pet vet not to mention my own dogs. Get it. They get your bottle today at the gift for life dot com. Also available on Amazon prime. Mortgage go up and they go down. But you know that welcome back to the alternate investment with Jeff Johnson, and Robert we're back. Andrew we have a guest on the phone with us. That's what I heard. This is going to be really interesting topic that we come across pretty often. But if you wanna learn more about what we're going to talk about what we do talk about it. Just get on our distribution lists techs. Protect to forty seven forty seven forty seven. You know, I've had the opportunity to meet a lot of over the road truck drivers talked recently that listened to the show. I love it. And that's that's that's good with them, you know, driving and working their money. Right. I like that owner operator. So it's really interesting but text protect to forty seven forty seven forty seven. But with us right now, we have Michael Harris from river wealth management. Michael. Are you on? I am. I am. Good morning. Rob Andrew, how are you doing? Well. Good morning. Michael good morning. Really? You know, thank you for joining us this segment, and we wanted to bring Michael on from river wealth management. Because we often hear from our clients that we have an asset that we've inherited or that has a real estate asset that has appreciated in value substantially and Michael your firm and yourself you have some really unique strategies on how to handle those assets. So when I thought you could do today is really just kind of set the stage of what it is. And what you do. And then we'll go from there. Sure. Sure. Rob what we do is. We we provide folks that have highly appreciated assets of just about any kind. It doesn't have to be real estate. It doesn't have to be anything in particular anything that you might pay a capital gains tax on we can help mitigate that tax liability through. What is called the Defoe's sales crust actually that is a type of crust that is it's regulated by the tax code rule. 453 executed by our team of CPA's and attorneys. And financial advisers to help people eliminate that, tax liability. So that they can reposition assets that they have into better opportunities. All right so short. So so I'm sitting here, and I have.
"jeff johnson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"This time to get back into the conversation with Jeff Johnson and Robert welcome back to the alternative investment. Jeff clients. I mean article this week. With the title. There could be a financial crash before the end of Trump's first term is greater than the great depression. Wow. That sounds almost like, no, wait when went from about sixteen thousand down to seven thousand I think maybe a little under in the, you know, you have Goldman Sachs, you know, in in a bunch of other firms that are that are saying. Yeah. This could make it just there's just a lot of unknown. We're looking at a global debt crisis of two hundred and forty seven million. So we have to look at you know, like any good football team. I don't I don't know. Does defense wins championships? It'd been better believe it. Right. You don't play defense. They can't stop them. Right. So when we see an article like that that there were many experts are expecting a crash greater than the great depression. You better believe that they're protecting their assets loss. If you wanna learn more about protection strategies general tax protect to forty seven forty seven forty seven the, you know before the break and wanna talk about oil prices. I wanna talk about some oil research, and and y water in the oil patch is so predictable and loved by Wall Street. I love water in the oil patch. So let's let's actually talk about going to cash next segment when we talk with clients Jeff clients, call us, and they say, what do you have? What can we invest in that? I don't have to look at CNBC and see if I made money inevitably it's classified as an alternative alternative simply mean in. It's not stocks or bonds, and we immediately say, you know, what water and they say, well, you know, we talk a lot on gas or energy. They think boom in Boston drilling. You're around Wall Street, you're around private equity..
Omarosa Manigault Newman leaks audio of Trump allegedly reacting to her firing: 'I don't love you leaving at all'
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Bella Thorne Blindsided by Reports That 'Famous in Love' Is Ending: 'Very Hurtful'
"The magic men live show is coming and we have tickets up for grabs after morning zoo presents celebrity dirt ms something up she did an interview with the new york times and she should probably get down in kiss their feet because they made her look really good but instead she repaid them by bagging on a comfy accompanying photo shoot you know they always shoot that goes with the interviewer yeah well after the interview lindsay's assistant told them you know cut back the next day for pictures they came back and they were told when they arrive we can give you exclusive photos but she only does paid photo shoots so if you want that discussion with her you can maybe she'll consider it at the time was a new york times is like we don't pay take voters interview subjects that was the end of that yeah they made her look really good there they talked about her club that she has doing successful well and you know talked about her life and how much better she's jay and she just totally dropped the ball on that job lindsey so bella thorne was just scrolling on twitter one morning and then saw this tweet that said free form shell famous and love canceled after two seasons she was like why she stars in that show she responded yeah she responded by re tweeting that tweet and saying if this is how i find out that our show is cancelled i'm going to be so upset i would have liked a phone call waking up one day and you see your show is cancelled yeah he had twitter nobody told you know fancy body imagine if you were going to work one day maybe if you were going to work let's say you work at like a tire store at a tire store tweeted out by the way jeff johnson will no longer be working here and they never even called you or if you're on your way to work on morning in like our show primer runs and it goes shaggy and ashley's mortgage you've dreamed of that but three boerum said you know this is not confirmed all the decision yet just trying to cover their messed up well we didn't stay for sure it's canceled but you might wanna update that resume just in case yeah exactly coming up in the next year what if you walk into a club jack was your dj drinks on his tap it could happen to me men live tickets coming up in three minutes.