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"jerry miller" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Where a new bill introduced in the Legislature. Would make some major changes to metro government from making the mayor or races, nonpartisan to shifting some power towards Metro Council. That Bill House Bill 309 was filed by former Metro Council member and current state representative Jerry Miller. The bill addresses the city's civilian review board as well. The Metro Council hope to give the board and it's inspector general subpoena powers to compel witnesses to testify. But many Republicans and Frank Furtive said they oppose giving subpoena powers to UN elected officials. Miller expects the bill to get a hearing next week. We're staying in Frankfurt and heading over to health Commissioner Dr Steven Stack, who is asking you to please not have or attend a Super Bowl party this weekend. Please. Please, please. This is just like any other holiday or social event, Dr Steven Stack says. With cases going down, we're on the right track. So let's not drop the ball when people get together in private residences in close proximity that is one of the single most effective ways to spread this disease. We can't afford to have the disease spread. Now, he says. The more transmissions that happened, the faster new variants can arise and spread. The advice is still eight people are fewer two households or fewer. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. The Jefferson County Coroner's office has released the name of a man found dead and what was deemed a suspicious car fire Haley Hanson as that Police were called to the fire between Pennsylvania run road and blew a church road early Sunday morning. After Cruz extinguished the fire, a body was found in the trunk. The Jefferson County coroner has since identified the victim as 25 year old Michael Henley. His official cause of death was gunshot wounds. So far, no arrests have been made. We're heading to Capitol Hill now where it'll be a vote of Rama in the Senate today, Senate Democrats trying to pass a special covert budget reconciliation today. Republicans, however, can offer unlimited amendments, though that could last into tomorrow, ABC Sandy Field explains. Senate Republicans will offer amendments in the initial Biden covert rescue plan designed to embarrass or put Democrats in a bind. That includes votes on whether taxpayers should give relief checks to undocumented. Immigrants or raise small business taxes during the pandemic. It is part of political theater when a minority party can't stop in this case, Democrats getting a simple Senate majority vote on covert relief. And will end in Florida, where the FBI is still investigating Tuesday's deadly child pornography raid in sunrise. Suspect, killing two special agents before killing himself A. B C's Lion Amauri's is in Miami. The FBI identified the suspect as 55 year old Daniel Lea Huber, the computer consultant, was also suspected of violent crimes against Children. When agents executed a search warrant at his apartment in Sunrise, Huber watch those agents threw his ring video doorbell and open fire. The moment they entered, killing special agents Laura Schwarzenberger and Daniel often president Joe Biden, hailing them. As heroes. Both spent years working on cases involving crimes against Children. Line up Boys. ABC NEWS Miami Your next news update is at seven. I'm Will Clark news radio. A 40.
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"jerry miller" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"Isn't it amazing where they probably walked by each other. Every day every other day for a long period of time and they met on farmers only but she told me one of the craziest stories. She was actually engaged to marry someone but he was. I calm city slickers. But he was the city slicker. They were talking about after they get married. Where they're gonna live and she went ahead. Write out in the country and have a lot of land resources and he said why don't we can live in the suburbs will just keep the horses in the garage. And that's when she said i did. This is not gonna work out and she ended. The relationship ended up on farmers. Only and madly in love met the perfect guy. They got two or three kids now. I visited farm out in the middle of nowhere with their madly in love. This is years and years ago. My slogan for farmers only was city folks. Just don't get it. And that kind of summed it up. This guy really thought that you could just keep horses in the garage. Will my horses in the garage. Very conflicted by that statement but no that really is amazing and it's cool that even people who are living in a more city area or have lived there at some point in their life. There's a lot of success stories using farmers only dot com from that standpoint as well so very very cool all around jerry you have created so much magic and touch so many people's lives and it's so cool that it all goes back to hearing about this real need that's out there and finding a solution for it..
"jerry miller" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"Com he goes. I saw this commercials. And i thought it was a joke so i checked it out. It's real and she killing. Ill goes he goes yet it's real. I did the same thing. I went to the site to find out. If it's real. I mean when you got shaquille o'neal ernie johnson. You know charles barkley talking about your your business in singing the jingle i mean. That's crazy isn't it. I would say so. Definitely i mean you found your way into the nba hanging with the kardashians on snl. Sky's the limit ellen. Degeneres did a whole skit on it on her. Show the country music awards with This is years ago but kellyanne. Or what's her name. Kelly underwood carrie underwood carrie underwood. She comes out with country singer and the opening of the awards. This big time country music awards on terrible with names our whatever. His name is his voice. Now blake shelton. Yeah blake shelton a broke down. I'm here for you at the names. Yeah good keep going. I guess he just broke up or something. And so kelly underwood base layers. Whatever his name is he comes out and they start singing go. Don't worry because you don't have to be lonely. At farmers only dot com. Oh my god. Yeah and on watching no highest state game in the national finals. It's like one of the highest rated ones ever twenty fifteen i think twenty fifteen and all of a sudden they did a thing where jimmy kimmel did a contest who had the most creative poster in the stadium and for jimmy come alive and he chose the one that said urban meyer met his wife fund farmers only okay now every time to stuff happens my phone like up with taxed going. Oh my god. I'm watching the game. You know how did you get on. How did you get an halftime on ours. State final the national football. And i go. i didn't i didn't set up same thing with the country music in saint every time that hollywood uses farmers only everybody thinks i set it up. No it's their writers. Their creative people go somehow. They just throw it in their family. Guy did a whole skit on farmers only so again. There's there's like literally a lot of these but it is kind of amazing. How all based idea that remember. Some people told me it was the stupidest idea ever and again back to your audience. I know you have a lot of entrepreneurs have good idea. That's based on a need and that's important thing not just. Everybody tries to build a better mouse trap and they ninety nine point nine percent.
"jerry miller" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"You don't even realize how many messages are trying to grab your attention each day in from driving down billboards bumper stickers signs. You go into a store. There's a thousand labels trying to get your attention. I mean jus- guac through through a supermarket. There's a thousand. Branding message is trying to get your attention. That's not even mentioning radio or television. Trying to grab attention is difficult. And there's true beauty in being unusual. And that's one of the things that i geek out about in this podcast on that note i think when people think of farmers only dot com immediately some of the things that come to mind are the commercials and jingle that is just immediately get stuck in your head so i'd love to touch on both of those. Where did this idea for doing commercials come from in the first place because not everybody wants to commit to that budget but it would. There's obviously some importance for you to do that. I've always always been a very strong believer in television. I mean i was. I was in radio for at the beginning my career and became the sales manager. Ver- radio station even is in radio. I believed in television because television. It's all your senses sight sound print. Everything's involved..
"jerry miller" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"I don't know what happened. Just said you know something. Onions start an online dating site for farmers in country. People right when i started bouncing it off of friends and associates. What do what do you know about. Farmers you know an online dating. I said why no. There's a need for it so i really start. I jumped in with both feet and put together the site. Thank goodness sinus. An advertising agency that. I had a lot of people on staff that just dabbled in technology and so it was fairly easy for me to put together. I did it on a shoestring budget. And when i launched it on the. Here's the one thing. I wanted to get across to your audience. I can't believe how many people told me that it was not a good idea. One very successful businessperson told me he goes. That's the stupidest idea you've never come up with about a year later. It was chicago airport reading usa today. And he called me up and he goes jerry. I'm sorry i said that. Because i'm i'm reading a full-page feature story about you in usa today so maybe it wasn't a bad idea. Oh my god that has to be an amazing feeling to see it. Come full circle like that. How did you get yourself in those early days to kind of keep going. Keep pushing on and and keep working on when it felt like everybody in the world except for the farmers that you talked to was like all right. Jerry what are you you know. Is this a serious idea again. I knew that i knew there was a need. I mean a serious need. Loneliness is is a serious problem. It's devastating for a lot of people so the way and marketed again. The breaks through the clutter. I always used a lot of like humor. And on if you've seen any of the farmers only commercials of course it's the funniest thing because a lot of people they would post them on youtube or you know they'd send it out viral and they go. I just saw the stupidest commercial i've ever seen. Check us out and people. They're saying they were cheesy list. That that in the meantime they were sharing with all their rents in a lot of them started going viral and it was always kind of slapstick humor to where i positioned the country against the city in situations. You know you'd have the country girl on a blind date. With the.
"jerry miller" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast
"Such a pleasure to have you how you doing today. I'm doing great. How about joe. I'm doing great well. This is really really cool. I mean i remember so much buzz that was created with your commercials and the jingle on the brand that you've created and now the fact that it's expanded to me and millions of of members is just incredible a distinctly remember first time discovering about farmers only dot com growing up. So this is really surreal. Also both of us hailing from northeast ohio. This was a perfect match here before we get into the farmers only story before you started farmers dot com. You worked in the marketing agency world. I was experienced there. It's been great. I've been in advertising marketing now for over forty years. I've seen a lot and done a lot. You can imagine working with hundreds of different types of projects but farmers only i. I always said i'm here. I am making other people. Successful came up with my own idea. Farmers only at took off the biggest settlement. You made yourself success as well. It was a passion. It was fun. So what was your favorite part about marketing in the first place. I think it was a good match for me. Because when i was in school i had a. I did this testing and they said. I tested extremely high in math abilities. But then i also got a scholarship in art for based on creativity. And i remember my guidance counselor saying actually those are like almost opposites. That's unusual because people that have a high q. In math are so structured. It's hard for them to be creative in because you're always thinking inside the box. Advertising marketing actually was the perfect field for me. Because is a math abilities of figuring out what the right demo is. Do you reach him. You know you're using television radio reach and frequency and a lot of numbers right but then you get into the advertising part. What is the message. And that's where you have to get creative. And i've always followed a simple rule that i read this book like thirty forty years ago. It said was recent trout position in the battle for your mine. It said that the average now this is again years ago said the average person's bombarded by you know at that time four or five hundred messages a day but only a few messages break through the clutter yet to figure out a way to be one of those messages that breakthrough so everything. I did for hundreds to different clients. I always use that form. How do i through the clutter. And i know with your podcasts. Business.
"jerry miller" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You can contact your grandson can contact them and they will consider his give that site website again in a sense network got bored, Okay? And I'll point out you know her. This is unfortunately, not something that is Sort of incredible or are not happening, and the push to plead guilty is a systemic. It's a problem, but it's also a systemic improvement. We don't want people to be. In jail forever, who were sitting there waiting for their cases to get adjudicated and they can't pay a bond or get out. So we try to get them through the system quickly. That's good. Value tohave. That's a good motivation. Then, unfortunately, because, as we talked about earlier we are a nation with some of the highest amount of people in jail. So we've got lots of people getting arrested. We're getting a lot of people process through the system. And way. Encourage them to accept guilt. And tio take. You know what they can do and move on. And unfortunately, I mean, we've now identified that 18% of Of death row inmates were pled guilty, Tio less lesser crimes, I guess right now, that's that's the deal. I mean, that's that's a very difficult situation, if you know deep down That you're innocent. Would you plead guilty to a lesser lesser crime? It's interesting, John Mangle. It is one of the head writers for house of cards, and he's now writing with Michael Connelly's show Bosch and we asked him in this anthology to write with Jerry Miller, Um, who is as less mentioned him earlier, He He didn't please guilty. But he did 26 years to a rape and burglary and he got served time got out was a sex offender had to pay for all these things. And John and Jerry spent days on the phone just to get this piece in the book, which is about when Jerry guts. Finally, the prosecutors said, I'm sorry, and his attorney, Barry Scheck, whisk him off his own press conference. And so we put the head writer for House of cards. Who's You Know he they write these amazing You know, far reaching but fantastical, but yet so true sort of stories, and we put him with Jerry and they spent days on the phone and we got this beautiful piece about Jerry's that that exoneration day. And then yet I was on the phone with with John tonight discussing the case. And he said, Do you know Jerry told me that if it was grand theft auto, he would have pled guilty. But because it involved a rape. He couldn't like. He couldn't that he couldn't do it. He couldn't. Yeah, you could say yes. I think it happens a lot. And, of course, the parole system. What happens is you come up for parole and they say, Are you repented? You say? I'm innocent men decided do it, And then they get mad at you Exactly. I'll always remember Shawshank Redemption What Morgan Freeman went into his parole board. I mean his last time and they let him out. He basically said, I don't care anymore. I don't care at all. What, both of you, Laura, unless thank you for being on the program. Keep in touch less when you write anymore. Your supernatural stuff. Come on back. Okay, fine. Be out later this summer Super will get you back on checkin with lease on that less. Klinger, Laura Caldwell. You're doing great work, trying to help people who are wrongfully convicted of crimes up next. We're going to talk about what people say at the moment of death..
"jerry miller" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"In an accident there also look for action with a car in a ditch this up on the side of freeway southbound ramp down to la Grange road our next forty in ten minutes I'm bodiless newsradio eight forty WHAS I'm WLKY meteorologist Matt Milosevic with a cloudy breezy and chilly Thursday forecast highs just forty one degrees will continue to Dodge some rain showers and drizzle this morning could even mixed with a few flurries later in the day will give a chance of a few flurries tonight at some bitterly cold air builds in close here seventeen wind chills in the single numbers for your Friday Valentine's day we'll see some sunshine in the afternoon highs only near thirty two that's your latest WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist Matt most of it it's thirty nine at news radio eight forty WHAS our top story takes us to Frankfort were another vaping bill gets the nod from a house committee the sponsor local Republican representative Jerry Miller putting forth a measure that require vaping retailers to register with the state and pay fees and mandates no sales to anyone under eighteen this bill C. simply six to regulate a product which adults should be able to use but is such that it is very prone to abuse about under age people the goal is to keep vaping products out of the hands of young people the bill is supported by the Kentucky smoke free association which represents vape shops the two or the organization and represented Miller found themselves at odds the day before when the group opposed to bill he had put forth that would put a twenty five percent excise tax on vaping products it's six thirty two am news radio a forty WHAS for checking in on L. MPD they've made an arrest in a fatal shooting an old blue oval a twenty one year old Kayla hunter Purcell was killed after police say she got into a fight with twenty four year old Jhelum bell on these Caldwell street in December of last year the arrest slabs of bell tried to grab a gun from Purcell's waistband and take it from her during the fight for sellers bell to stop because the gun.
"jerry miller" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Them our powers Jerry Miller managing director had a small business bank of America Sharon thanks so much for joining us thank you for having me so we can all the big year you did all kinds of business projections I think that were I gotta say mind blowing I was looking at those yesterday and this morning and and like I said here we are in a new decade twenty twenty so how are small business owners feeling do you think about the economy and their businesses as we will are rolling into this new year it might not only the new year but a new decade so it's just crazy to think about that and what we found in our survey with small business owners were that they felt that this year and now we're already in December eighty two percent of them told us that they were ending on a high note that their revenues this year would be higher than in full year two thousand eighteen so that to me is is a very good indicator and momentum going into twenty twenty so what do you attribute all of that too well I attribute to consumer spending when you look at our own data bank of America our consumer spending year on year is up five and a half percent and that's on three trillion dollars in transactions so not at a small number and the strength of the consumer that is continuing to accelerate and they're spending and that gives confidence and and people are spending with small business owners across the country yeah and we and obviously we've seen some of those key economic indicators that we always look for like hiring revenue growth you're mentioning business expansion is always something to look at you know that and that's been very very steady it was steady at the tail end of last year wasn't it it was and I mean it continues to point to a very strong U. S. economy and that support of small businesses so unemployment continues to stay low consumer spending is strong and that just drives that growth and expansion across the United States yeah what do you think are the things that keep the small business owners awake at night I know that's a question that we've asked even you in the past what do you think that they are concerned about the most well healthcare continues to be a concern over all small business owners when we survey and we do this twice per year it pops to the number one concern of small business owners the concern of the political environment is also appear on their top concerns and so we do see them continuing to you know think about how this is all going to impact their their business and what's happening but you know when you think about how how we measure their state we actually saw a decline in concern over those two issues this fall from last fall even though they rise to the top of their concerns so that to me points to again strength as we go into twenty twenty yeah was the was Jerry Miller managing director head of small business course bank of America and when you know when you're in the new year it's still is always about predictions so when we look at predictions for the next decade of small business ownership what does that look like what are your print predictions well we we continue to see formation of businesses although he had this this year it was a it was flat when you think about the business formation versus businesses going out of business that we continue to see you know people breaking out on their own so whether that be women small business owners which continued to open businesses and you move out of their corporate world or decide to go into you know an area that they love and build a business we see minority business owners continued strength in that area and and really across the board we continue to see economic expansion and so even business owners that are in business today eighty percent are hoping to grow or dance their business in the new decade so there is certainly option is an across the United States and across the business owner sentiment yeah I love that when you're talking about growing just small business and of course bank of America and we've talked for years you have so many ways for businesses to do that and so much data and so much information do you think that that's what people also need that they know that they are thirsty for that like how can I do this what can bank of America tell me that I don't know what are they reaching out more for help they are I mean we we continue to expand the number of specialists that we have that help business owners across the country so in our forty three hundred financial centers we have small business specialist that you know if you're thinking about opening a business or if you already have a business comment you know talk to us we also have our online capabilities in our digital capabilities and you know the number one reason Kate that businesses go out of business just because of they can't manage their cash flow so last year we rolled out our business a Danish three sixty which is a tool for business owners to help manage their cash flow and understand what's coming in and out so we listen to our clients we want to understand what they need and from there were able to develop tools whether it be online we we make sure that we equip our specialist with all the right information and that's why here we are a national franchise but we operate in ninety local markets because you know what's happening in Dallas Texas is very different than in San Francisco and so our local experts really are close to the pulse of what's happening yeah I love that I love that you said so that that nine the local markets because what a difference that makes in it and to your point Sharon is obviously very different depending on the part of the country you are what goes in and comes out and and again what the consumers and what their products are and and what these small businesses do right right and then what are their challenges you know it we continue and I think you know he asked about looks small business owners are challenged with you know it is they keep him up at night healthcare costs political environment but I also think this notion of you people want to hire when I sit down with our clients they say yes I want to expand my business eighty percent tell us they do twenty four percent say they they want to hire and grow in the number of employees but even if you're not growing and the number of employees you're gonna have attrition you're gonna need to replace and when you have less than a hundred employees it is so important that you get the right skilled labor and what I hear from mark we can't find the right skilled labor so I think this is a a broader issue that we're gonna all have to come together and say how do we make sure that the work force of the future is equipped to do the work that needs to be done as we continue to evolve well I like that work force of the future that sounds like a speech here in thank goodness I'm just very passion about because it is so interesting you know we have so much to do and so much strength in the economy and there's so much excitement optimism then you got appeal that back and say okay how do we make sure that there's that foundation it's able to sustain mess and one real important in fact I think the most important asset to any company our people and you have the right people doing the right things to be able to help drive your business forward yeah that's definitely something that I think I agree with you that's the that's the main thing I think that so many companies struggle with period and especially a lot of small businesses to your point of how are they hiring and how many people and all of that so as we kind of close this out I'm I'm just wondering on a personal note I have like fifteen new year's resolutions and keep up with them how about you do you have any new year's resolutions I DO you know is seven I I agree it's either you you kind of put your listing a start mentally thinking well I want to make sure that I'm doing that that you know I could improve on and I am chronic over scheduler I try to put too much in and so sometimes that makes me run a little bit behind I'm late and I've been this year that was actually I might last year's new year's resolution list you and I'm doing better I won't stand for but it's just I just got to continue to get better and more mindful and you know the I want to be on time I mean that's it's hard to be on time you know we try to do it all and and I think it's it's it's something that I've been working on and I'll continue to do all right I love that we must have the same list because it's the same thing for me over scheduling and then I hate that I hate I think it's the circle of trust like you you get maybe five to eight minutes but then if you're later than that unless you're in the middle of Manhattan you're in trouble you are and it is not good so yeah so that's what that any I'll I'll you know my last name obviously Miller and so some of my circle of traffic coming Miller time I don't want that anymore I'm going to be on time Miller time lead Miller's I love that Sherri hill or me in director head of small business bank of America thanks so much thank you for having me Kate always great to have sherry Miller on the show and especially here we are just a couple of weeks into the the new year and as I mentioned the decade it was interesting how entrepreneurs finished in four and five U. S. small business owners I anticipate that strong growth coming into this next year too and there's some great great little not dissimilar quickly some up for you that I got from bank of America and their bank of America damage fault two thousand and nineteen small business owners nap shot US business owners are coming up on a high note eighty two percent anticipating that year over year revenue growth and as there does they closed out last year small business growth indicators pretty steady and what does that mean sixty nine percent plan to expand fifty eight percent X. back to their to see their revenue increased twenty four percent plan to hire woo twelve percent intend to apply for a loan so that those are all great great numbers stay with us much.
"jerry miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Protester shows up for many attendees today is their first time at a pride event like high school student, a Highland, who came with her, mom, I have rainbow face paint on right now. And I've seen other people with, like different flags painted on their face. But I really just wanted the rainbow one helping young people feel a sense of community is the reason, Laura Bannister wanted to organize a pride event in the first place. I don't want young people to feel isolated alone, because they don't have anyone to talk to the grandfather, this community Jerry Miller hopes that next. Your hendersonville will have its first pride March or Lisa. Stroll of main street and Miller wants the potluck picnic to remain a pride tradition, too. For NPR news. I'm Monique Laborde in hendersonville North Carolina. This is NPR news. And this is morning edition on WNYC coming up at nine on FM ninety three point nine it's NewsHour from the BBC. Let's check in with London to see what they're covering. Good morning BBC. Good morning WNYC. I'm resume today's news Isla. Investigators in the Netherlands, are expected to name suspects in the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine. Five years ago. I'm have the second report on China's western province Xinjiang today on the suppression of Islam. That's BBC news hour coming up at nine on ninety three point nine FM.
"jerry miller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"All of the different price, tag on side, say happy, I Henderson go, I wasn't a call for a long time, and to me. Seeing all of this right now. Just seeing everyone happy his amazing before people get Reverend Dr Jones Sanyo, pastor of the local metropolitan community church says a blessing look at how many people are gathered here today. So thanks for the food, and for everybody who prepared it feel free to say, Amen. All right, says a pride picnic is symbolic, when we share food together, we belong to each other, we're family there, quite a few clergy members at the picnic. Another is Reverend Jerry Miller, who son came out his gay four decades ago, my wife and I. Basically, went in the closet, 'cause I was a pastor of Baptist church at that time, and I prayed that God would change my son someday. God didn't change himmy changed me. Miller's eighty-five. He's like the grandfather this community. He leads the peace like chapter a group for family and friends of LGBTQ, people Miller never expected to see a Pride Day in Ville. No. I didn't think possible. I never even thought about until Laura came along. I'm from DC, and so it's so commonplace up there, but not down here organizer Laura Bannister, thought, of course, there should be a pride picnic and hendersonville. Why not I've had a lot of resistance, though. There have been people that have told me the cable will show up if you have this picnic at the park, but on the day, the picnic, not a single.
"jerry miller" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"If you were fan of growing pains locked because Jerry Miller, the youngest of the children's says they're working on reviving the show, and Kirk Cameron and Tracy Golder. Also on board. Ooh, good news. Yeah. He says, if it happens, I'll find a way to pay tribute to Alan Thicke who died in two thousand sixteen. He played the dad on the show. So, yeah, great news. All three kids are on board. That's awesome. I mean, I don't go with that their kids. Maybe or I don't know. Maybe they're just. Yeah, they're, they're all grown up, and they all have families. That would be cool. It'd be a big cast, and you know, that's fun. They'd have to do very tame episodes of def, definitely not even be. It would be G rated because Kirk Cameron so religious. Oh, you're right. He just acting though. I guess he doesn't differentiate you know, he's all on board with Jesus, which is great. That's fine. There's nothing wrong with that is we'll just affect the show. I'm telling you. Okay. After twenty five year old Justin Bieber. Challenged Fifty-six-year-old Tom Cruise to a fight. Somebody came up with the new social media game that we hopefully are gonna play. Yes. Coming up in the next hour here, a challenging celebrity thirty one years older than you to fight. This guy noted that one of his potential opponents is Liam Neeson, and that is a hard pass. You going die. Exactly. Yes. Okay. Speaking of people that are just bad ass. If you know who Lionel Messi is. He is a soccer player. Forbes has a new list of the one hundred highest paid athletes in the world. Lionel Messi is number one, no players from America's biggest sports are on the list Ren, BA, NFL, NHL, or MLB made the top five. So they're all soccer players. Yeah. I mean, they or nothing out of them made the top five. So there are in the top one hundred but not the top five I would say, yes, it's all going to football players get. Well, hey, that's the sport everywhere else is I love it, that we don't dominate that, you know, it's just like I love it. Yeah..
"jerry miller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Get thirty days of free cautious, great folks over there. Jerry Miller, and Doug cooks do a great job. Helping us take care of our cars. You draw. The two thousand nineteen help you do that free. So you wanna take take advantage of that. Now when we went to the break, we were talking about things that can boost the sales price of your property and it's not necessarily just an increase in the dollar amount. You're asking for the property, although that can happen as well. One of the things that's equally as important as how fast, do I get to sell this property? If I have certain features in my property, that allow me to move my property, faster. You ought to know especially on my property. Now, you ought to know how much this is costing me to hold this property. One day one day. So what is my cost of funds? For this particular property. It might be seventy five eighty nine ninety to one hundred and thirty six fifty eight just depends on the price of property. How how your financing structure what interest rate, you're going to be paying, but you do need to know every single day? It costs me X to own this property. Here's the mental picture that I want you to have when you find that number out. Now, let's just say that this the number is eighty nine dollars and thirty four cents. That's what it's gonna cost eighty nine dollars and thirty four cents to own this particular property for one day. Now, if it cost me eighty nine thirty four and I have this property for sale, and I don't get it sold today, one of the things that I want you to be mentally picturing, is you're driving down. If it's me, your driving west on I twenty you might live over in Dallas where I'm at victory plaza right now. So you might be headed north on seventy five or northbound thirty five outta here. Think about rolling the window down and having eighty nine dollars in cash. You got four twenties. You gotta five you got four ones in your hand. So you got eight bills in your hand. And then you got thirty four cents in change. You roll that window down. You stick your hand out and you just throw that out on the highway, because if you don't get this house sold everyday it stays on the market. That's what it's costing you eighty nine dollars and thirty four six. Whatever it happens to be for you. So you start looking at features.
"jerry miller" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Okay. Well, this is a politically correct. What do they mean by that? And and if you understand that that what's happening is this. You're actually seeing the shift of these values over time and at some point in the future. It's not gonna seem politically correct. It's just gonna seem normative in a normative kind of pressure time is very very short. If you if you were running the Yankees. What would you do? Yes. There. What would you do? I think I would do I think I would do the same thing. I think not not not. And but I would I would say this is not about being self righteous is not a tiny. It's not it's not a decision to make made self righteously. Like, oh, we're we're we're, you know, look at us. We're not racist. I think they're doing the right thing by saying look, we this is really about unity. This is really about reflecting where we are at this moment that could change that. That's kinda it's definitely going to change. So in there's a world talent New York City that would be more than happy to be invited by the New York Yankees to come and sing live. God bless America. With the wealth of talent in New York. Thank you, say Backley. Jerry Miller is professor of philosophy ethics have college in Pennsylvania's within the book stain removal ethics and race. Thank you, sir. For being with me. Happy holiday. And it Randall's talking baseball continues in the heart of New York City after our update. To.
"jerry miller" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"We appreciate Jerry Miller and the great folks over Jerry's express car wash keenum our sponsors being a part of our show here. One of the things that you have to look at his real estate investor is should I be looking for rental property. Well, the short answer that is yes. And as the market turns, and we're in that the beginning phase of that slow turn where the market's going to flatten out and then it's gonna dip some again. I don't think we're gonna see the depth until after the next election twenty twenty but you have to start looking at how do I prepare and move forward now to make myself available for profit as that market turns. So rental properties a great way to do that. So here's some things are going to look at when you start thinking about rental property. You wanna think about long haul? The long term. You can obviously increase your cash pretty quickly doing flip properties as a short term thing. But when you start looking at residual income you wanna do seller financing you on the rental properties. And that's where you create wealth. You create cash an income through flips you create wealth through building a portfolio that portfolio is going to be rental properties. It could be multifamily you could be single family. We teach you how to do both. Yeah. Thing that's really important when you start looking at real estate investment tell people this all the time. If you do not have a full year worth of expenses sitting in the Bank. Don't dare quit your job. Start this thing part-time and build up to becoming a fulltime real estate investor. I've got clients that we've taught real estate investing team that have been with me ten twelve years. I mentioned rob Fain earlier a guy that does fifty to sixty houses year out in the Vegas market. Rob still has a day job. He has a company that he runs that has eight full time employees, that's his real estate company. He's still works for somebody else. Why? Because it allows him to have some things that he might not be able to have otherwise he's got a couple of health issues. He's got existing health insurance. He might not be able to get that going forward guy if he left that. So he doesn't want to risk that there's a lot of good reasons out there that you may not want to leave your day job. But certainly don't you do that. If in my opinion, if you don't have at least a year's worth of your income set aside, so that you can dedicate your time then you can start thinking about. Okay. Do I wanna become a full-time investor? You always wanna look at buying when you're buying multifamily single family. Anything is in the rental. It's gotta be cash flow positive, you'll see institutional investors. A lot of times can come in. And they will buy property that's cashflow negative because they're betting on a five or six year plan that when the market changes in the prices, go up that the value in that property is going to significantly offset the negative cash flow in a month to month basis, you and is individual real estate investors. We can't do that. We gotta be buying cash flow positive properties from the get-go. You also want to look at a property that now that you like you don't have to be in love with it. But you wanna be able to like it. You wanna know that injured for yourself? You feel proud about this is part of my portfolio. So what does that typically mean you'd probably not going to be a slum Lord? Yeah. You're going to be in property that it doesn't have to be a house that you would necessarily live in. But it has to be a property that you're very happy that y'all as part of your portfolio. You also want to China void the we've kind of refer to him as the pop prize properties. There the properties that a lot of times have negative cash flow, and they really turn out to be no prize at all. And that's a lotta times bigger properties. When you're looking at accumulating rental are multifamily, you gotta make sure that you stay away from that embossed stuff that is easy for you to manage and easy for you to pay for and you've got to educate yourself. The one thing that every successful investor will tell you is you gotta learn how to do this. It's a craft. It is a profession when you look at pick any profession you want to we take a lot we compare ourselves many times to the medical profession it because if you're becoming a doctor you're going to go through the schooling, you're going to get the training. But then you're also gonna go through an apprenticeship where. They call it internship. But it's an apprenticeship really where an experienced well respected. Doctor has taken you under his arm, and our her arm, and they're going to show you this is how you do it out. And I'll give you a great story about how this works when I went to work for Merrill, Lynch and gosh in the eighties. We had this very stringent process of training for you. And then you go take your securities exam. Well, once the securities exam was taken and there was like four of us went through in three of us past and one guy didn't and then asks are the grades all came in at the same time. And they called us into the office. The regional manager did to tell us what her grades was congratulated for passing with the other guy wasn't there. So we're sitting there, and we're like okay now, it's time to go out and start doing this. And he said, okay. So you got all that training. You understand that? Now, we'll tell you. Here's the real world. Forget all of that. Now, we're going to teach you what it's really about. And your mouth just hangs open. You have to understand the business when you look at real estate investing. You have to get training. You want to train for somebody? That is doing what you wanna do. And they're doing it at a different level than you one of the great things that you can do to learn about some. Somebody is find out if they've written a book or not. I'm gonna send you a free copy of are you dumb enough to be rich. The amazingly simple way to make millions in real estate. What do you do for that jump over to tax lien, wealthed dot net? You get signed and you'll see free event and in the body of the free van it's going to ask you, what can we do to to help improve your real estate investing right there in that block? I want you to put send me the book, and I'll send you a free copy of are you dumb enough to be rich. Now, this is not a self published book. It is a real book. We'll send you a digital version of it. But this is a bogey go down Barnes and noble and buying an Amazon all that stuff. It's a real book. It's an it's not it's not self published in so year a lot of guys that self-published go. Yeah. This is the best seller because it was the bestseller. They've ever written. No, this is actually a bestsellers. Yeah. We'll be more than happy to put get you a copy of that. So that you can learn about what it is that we do how we do it the more, you know, about somebody that you're trying to learn from and model after the easier it's going to be moving forward. You don't have to worry about and think about well gosh, are what they I'm being told here is that correct? Is that really work in this market house that go if they're from this market as I am I've been out in the DFW market for about thirty five years. Now, you'll find out that gee, they're they're apt to know more about the market are they participating I'm in the market every day. And so those kind of things you wanna think about you also want to look at when you're buying a fixer upper you wanna get. As good a property as you can. I've only seen a couple of houses in in over twenty five years. Roll study investing that. I don't really know. They could be repaired. And that's only a couple most of the time. Excuse me, all the time. What you're gonna find his it can be done that doesn't make sense that it should be done. Sometimes it's not worth the money. She got to understand that process that is an educational piece. So you want to buy as good as in good shape as you can. So that it is a better experience for you. The conservative on your expectations understand what reality is financially in the market. What does this really likely to sell for? If you get pitched a home from a wholesaler, and look there's some good wholesalers out there and some that maybe not so. You're going to get a set of numbers. They're going to tell you this is what this property should sell for this. What it's gonna. Be able to rehab it forward to get into flipping condition. You've got to have a way to verify that independently. And that's typically going to be a real estate agent, and you've got to understand here's something that a.
"jerry miller" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS
"They'd like to have your hide some well, the teachers were out there chanting look at the end of the day. We're trying to save the system form. That's that's the irony of all of this in my mind. Anyway, is the here we are trying to save the systems, and we're getting all this pushback. Angry and fearful teachers became a regular presence in the state capital. I'm the only governor in the lifetime of any of the teachers that had fully funded the plant and yet they seemingly hate what we're doing on a local radio show. Governor Bevin shot back main reality is a group of people that are throwing pretend deprive Bevin has made a number gone virtual statements about teachers over the last few months. John Cheever most politicians do not want to be seen as critical of teachers Matt Bevin obviously has decided he's comfortable crossing on. Why how remarkably uninformed folks are? Old thing that you can't win an argument with ignorant person in. So a person is uninformed about a topic not even able to make their own Kate what they believe if people that these are educated people with with the ability to listen to understand. So if they truly still believe that this is bad for them it is due to being misinformed. And they're like, how dare you say we don't understand the choice of languages such agreed year seen as arrogant dismissive talking down to teachers firemen policemen. If people wanna be offended, they can be offended by anything. You can parse things. Take things out of context. Even take them in context. You MRs appropriately careful choice of language and really served as bait. And I think if people constructive way. Yes, you do whether know if do does everybody agree with that? No, no regrets. No. Here's the thing. I'm trying to save a system that needs to be saved. By March twenty eighteen the pension Bill had stalled and time was running out. So with just a few days left in the legislative session state, Republicans try to last minute maneuver, if we do not take action on this pension Bill. They will be massive layoffs across the Commonwealth of Kentucky Senator Morgan mcgarvy. None called into a crowd capital. Groom we do not handed to build our toll. They were gonna vote on good compromise plan. Turns out that they were handed a sewage Bill they're swapping out anything they had to do sewers and putting in languages that change the pension system in Kentucky forever going forward. First of all this is very unfair to vote on Bill that out of the check the number of pages that are on this field. And it has got the naked this decision today and then limit discussion. And no one had a chance to read it outside of the Republican members of the Senate Democrats hadn't had a chance to read it the teachers association the public the press. Nobody else knew it was in there. And this thing's about. Come along. This is a committee meeting, sir. Yes, there it is. And we're allowed to ask questions or anything pretended to this Bill, which none of his essays up to couple of you guys of never seen such Gorby stolen out here in my years service. We've had three or a lot of anger in the room extreme Hank committee chair Jerry Miller, it was an unpleasant task. I was asked to do. No one wants to make other people unhappy, and and I will say I've Oded on plenty of bills. I didn't get to read. Unfortunately, I had no choice, but you have to consider all of the factors. We couldn't pass a budget. If we didn't have a pension Bill, and that is why I agreed. We've got to get this Bill back to the floor. So we can have a debate full debate on it knowing that the optics were terrible. I'm concerned first of all that what we're doing illegal. I'm hoping that we can have a Representative of the teacher organization to testify here today..
"jerry miller" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Where you probably had your most high profile moment and your biggest chance at a real breakthrough success the band was effectively done at the time. You guys made that video. I mean, Mark, Dana were already planning slaughter. And as you mentioned, the video was cut to feature Mark heavily because Christmas was already hitching their wagon, the ham. And there was a a lot of animosity with Vinny so you got it must have been the most surreal thing, major Hollywood movie. You've got the character, FREDDY Krueger in the video. You've got this huge MTV moment and all this potential buzz for the video. Vincent invasion really blowing up, but the band is behind the scenes. You're done. I mean, did I did I take that the right way? Is that really what we're what the vibe was. That is precisely the way it went out. And as a matter as a matter of fact, we were on tour at the time and we we had a two days off or whatever was. So we actually flew back to LA from the road to shoot that video. We shot the video today or whatever. Then we flew back out to finish effectively. The last two weeks of the tour knowing at that point that it was the Titanic headed for an iceberg. I mean, it was it was all over but the shouting at that point. And and then somewhere around the very end of the tour. Remember. At the end of the tour. I, I went back to my my parent's house in Houston. The house I grew up in and that the video was out back. The like MTV has like this a top ten most requested videos thing going on like every day, the Amer, whatever it was and I sat there, you know the band broken up on just hanging out at my folks house wonder wanting to do next. And I watch his fucking song just just every day number eight. Next day number six. Next day numbers, I just watches climb up the charts to number one. So we get this number one video on MTV or whatever. And the band is completely disbanded point. And back then, you know, it wasn't like now where band breaks up and and Twitter and Facebook blows over to renews about it inside of twenty four hours back then you know you Jerry Miller with hear about it and it'd be like in the next issue of metal edge that would show up like two months later the back, you know, that used to work with the magazines and everything. And so. With the exception of maybe somebody like a DJ or a VJ on MTV making the announcement during a new section, there wasn't any wasn't the same sort of media in finding out news. So the ban as the videos rocketing up the charts, the band's broken up at the public didn't know about it till way after the fact think. What do you think doing? I wonder Bobby, what would hypothetically, if love kills would have blown up and become a hit single hypothetically, what would have happened? Would you guys have found a way all getting a room together and men to bridge? Do you think the band would have continued or was it so far gone that the the record could have been huge it and it didn't matter..