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01:40 min | 7 months ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

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"journal record" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"journal record" Discussed on WGN Radio

"White House chief of staff's is President. Trump went through a very concerning period yesterday in the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care is he battles the Corona virus at a hospital? The comments by Mark Meadows contradicted the more rosy assessment of the president's condition offered by his staff and doctors. They took pains not to reveal the president had received supplemental oxygen at the White House yesterday. Before he headed to the hospital. The White House is now bracing form or corona virus cases. Several close advisors to the president have tested positive. A B C's Karen Travers is in Washington with the latest case and what the president's doctors air saying with the new Saturday that former New Jersey governor Chris Christie has tested positive for Coben 19. That means five of the nine people known to be in President. Trump's debate prep session at the White House Monday have tested positive in addition to Christy the positive cases of President Trump his campaign manager, Bill Stepien, former senior advisor Kellyanne Conway and counselor Hope Hicks. The president's doctors were asked today if there's any clarity on how Mr Trump became infected, and they said they wouldn't get into that. And in terms of his care, it's a relevant. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Ah Third Republican lawmakers tested positive for covert 19 W danced on Kleven has more. Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin is Nowthe latest Senate Republican to announce he has tested positive joining North Carolina Senator Tom Tillis and Utah Senator Mike Lee Johnson was not at a White House event last weekend. Reducing the president's Supreme Court nominee, an event which is now being looked at closely after at least seven attendees, including the president, tested positive for the virus. Don clap in W G. A NEWS Oklahoma judge Rebecca Crier who survived the Oklahoma City bombings in 1995 has died from Cove in 19, at the age of 73, the district judge of the Choctaw Nation, was presiding over her doctor Doc it when she was Hospitalized with breathing problems two weeks ago, and she was put on a ventilator, according to her daughter, Amy Black. Her organs were failing, so we had to make the decision. Cryer was working at the journal Record building in downtown Oklahoma City when the bomb went off at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building next door in April of 1995. State of Illinois surpassed 300,000 confirmed covert 19 cases since the pandemic hit last spring, the Illinois Department of Public Health reports 2442 newly confirmed cove in 19 cases and 31 additional deaths. They have now been 3003 make that 300,000 and 88 known cases and 8774 deaths in Illinois since the pandemic began. The Centers for Disease Control have already gotten a head start on Thanksgiving. We get more from WG escape, Salgado. Thanksgiving is a little over a month away. But with the Koven 19 pandemic still ongoing, the CDC has already published its guidelines for the holiday. They see activities, which create.

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"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

"This's about paying yourself first Businesswoman of the year This is about life is full of choices. Journal Records 50 most influential women it's about. It's not what you earn, but what you keep White House conference. Small business It's about education is expensive, journal record innovator of the year. It's about no risk no gain. Founder of Women for Financial Independence It's about success. Sweet success. Governors Conference for Women Smart Girls finish Rich She's the president and CEO of Chapel would financially Consistency always outperform occasional brilliant and she is the financial diva. It's about the money, honey, it's all about the money about Victoria Woods. Welcome to it's all about the money. Honey, I'm your host. They call me the funny Even my name is Victoria Woods, Chief Investment Adviser Chapel with financial services. Joining me in the diva studio today, as always, is my co host. Himself, Mr. Damon, A king and drumroll, please. Yes, Mr. Demon King is a king of financing is also a adjunct professor. He is a wealth management specialist. He's all around guru Always here in the studio with me joining me today. Thank you, David for being here. Thanks for having me before we get started on the most exciting show. Never in the history of this, So I just have a few. Thank you's Because I had a birthday and I am telling you the love. The outpouring of love gives cards text messages. Elvis parties, lunches. It is just been actually very overwhelming. And with all those things a cz, I've always said, you know. Uh, For me, Friendships are.

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"journal record" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"journal record" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"Three thousand people they had five person police force they're they're operating on narrow margins already and as a result of the an and at the in the meantime, they're also having to make budgetary decisions becoming year and and lost one of their officers. They're not going to be able to replace it. So they literally lost a fifth of their police force. As a loss in revenue. So that's That is significant both in the impact of the community but also in in their overall in their overall budget because they're also not able to do other things that they were planning to do Whereas if you have a if you if you could make got that, that would be very different. And Oklahoma City. Clearly, it's going to have different very different impacts but many of the things. That, many of the things that have challenged small small communities in more rural communities are also challenging our cities one of the biggest areas. That I think is. We think about it particularly enroll areas of is is broadband access high speed Internet that has has really the viruses really shown a light on that. We have hundreds of thousands of Oklahoma. Families don't have access to high speed Internet when we suddenly had to send all of our schools to virtual learning that is a significant difference of in access to education and the impact. On families and on children. Now that happens in the rural areas in we know that's a problem I've been working on the role broadband task force in in in working to get more access to high speed, Internet because it's really not a matter of it's not a luxury. It's it's essential especially right now but we also have significant areas in our. Cities in our open areas where individuals and families do not have access to high speed Internet. So that's a that's a practical issue. The binds together needs to be addressed and beyond that the P P P. if we want to get back to talking about that and I think it's important place to start in how we helped our small businesses they're small businesses. From across a I'll just use the fifth district fifth district from places or live there at Oklahoma City. That are really feeling the impacts of this, and that's why it was important for us to add to invest in in programs like the program. That's why I'm pushing the restart act. To help these small businesses keep the lights on in the doors open so they can get through it. It's not it's not to make gut for small businesses that weren't doing the right things before it's it's really about how do we stabilize until we can get through this especially, you know you think about things I'll go to the tower theater against since we bear that look they were doing really well. They were growing. They were thriving they had created. A lot of community right there on twenty third street and other independent performance in use across Oklahoma City, the same thing but their business model. Absolutely requires people and a lot of people close together in endures and we can't do that right now. So that's why I think we've gotta think about it in a in a whole, a more holistic approach and in a way that. Allows us to think about okay. Where can we find common ground and meet the most urgent needs first and then build from there i? Know I know it can do it and we we've done it before and and that's how we got to these other bipartisan legislation and we can fix things that don't work. Because when the was enacted under the under the cares act it had some restrictions that were unduly burdensome to small businesses. It just made it not really workable in a lot of ways. So we went back and we fixed. It with the Flexibility Act, we changed the time they could use to spend the money from eight weeks to twenty four weeks. As we saw, this was extending We gave additional flexibility on what they could use it for that, which recognizes you know different businesses have different expenses and means and making sure that they're using it to not only help retain employees but also to take care of their overhead especially, if their revenue went down to zero over the course of of time or almost zero, but that we gotta find those balances. Well, also, about access to be right. So there's been some disparities in who actually has been able to access the the the relief dollars Yeah Oklahoma as actually done really well in that. And that is that is a very real issue but Oklahoma actually done very well with that and I think part of it's a function of we've got. A lot of small businesses that have closer relationships with their bankers small and community banks ad. I think we saw nationally a lot of stories about the problems with. Bigger companies, GETTING ACCESS TO P P p. but in in Oklahoma sixty, four, thousand, Oklahoma businesses have received help through the program and that that is a about five point four billion dollars in loans that have gone to Oklahoma businesses and and and the this PP money has has helped save an estimated six hundred twenty thousand jobs during the pandemic that is no small feat. Now, we still need to make sure we're taking care of the small businesses absolutely, but I have had many business owners say any small very small business owners that you know the has has helped save their business and literally a lifeline. And as you said, it hasn't worked for everyone. We we need to acknowledge that make sure that that we that we keep working to. To to make sure that we we get access where it's needed because some businesses that initial PP laments that that's taken care of the time they had to be shut down, and now they're able to get up and going but businesses that had to be some of the first showdown will be some of the last to be able to fully reopen. They're still being impacted, and that's why I think we've got a look moving forward at how do we help the businesses that are that are negatively significantly impacted as a result of to to get stable. And then you know there's a couple of other things that we've done through additional. The second round of cares act funding set aside for the smallest businesses working with businesses don't have as a as many resources that may be small self employed one eighty to get the help that they need but. But I do know that this funding has helped so many businesses in Oklahoma and we need continue to do what we what we can and again to get additional flexibility for the most significantly impacted businesses. And Then find that right balance but but I his made a very big difference for a lot of Oklahoma companies. Right you have businesses that goes teetering obviously you have. Numbers that I've seen that indicate maybe as many as one in five Oklahomans. Could be in jeopardy of losing their homes. So losing their places where they live right now through. Is there. In your mind, we are headed into the home stretch of an election season which complicates things I would think to a degree, but is there a deadline in your mind for win something has to be done to sort of ensure that? There isn't tremendous damage any more damage than already been wrought by all this. I think. I think we should have I think we should have taken care of this. In in July at before before a lot of the provisions started to expire I think that's the thing for me. That is really frustrating is that we see. Some of these things being turned into a political football that shouldn't be my priority is in will remain what is best for Oklahoma's and getting getting as much thoughtful intentional support those businesses and families that are teetering While while we're in the midst of this in following the advice, the recommendations of our public health officials in continuing the research to help get us towards a treatment vaccine But but the bottom line is on, we got to do something because as you mentioned Arnold I saw there was an article in the Journal Record couple of weeks ago bit. An independent organization estimated there could be up to five hundred thousand..

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"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

"Reflect the opinions and viewpoints of the staff and management of this station. This's about you, Victoria would this's about paying yourself first Businesswoman of the year? This is about life is full of choices. Journal Records 50 Most influential women it's about It's not what you earn. But what you keep White House conference on small business It's about education is expensive, journal records. Innovator of the year. It's about no risk. No gain. Founder of Women for Financial Independence It's about success. Sweet success. Governors Conference for Women Smart Girls finish Rich She's the president and CEO of Chapel Would Financial. It's about consistency, always outperform occasional brilliant and she is the financial diva is about the money, honey. It's all about the money about Victoria Woods. Welcome to it's all about the money. Honey, I'm your host. They call me the Financial David money. Victoria Woods. I am chief investment adviser at Chapel with financial services. They call me the financial diva. Four years and decades now, yes, those of my friends, my radio show listeners, my social media. It's just spent a lot of fun. We did a whole marketing Presentation for across the country for 100, different people, business owners and it was so much fun just talking about Where did the financial diva come from? Was like, Do you really want to know this long story? So it really was a lot of fun, though. Today I'm joined as always by my co host, Mr Damon King. He's a C A P professional. And wealth management specialists right here. A chapel would financial services. Now, if you're a first time Lister our mission every single week. As I have said for years is really very simple. We advise a millionaires and aspiring millionaires had overcome their wealth fears..

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"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

"And viewpoints of the staff and management of this station. This's about you, Victoria would this's about paying yourself first Businesswoman of the year? This is about life is full of choices. Journal Records 50 most influential women it's about. It's not what you earn, but what you keep White House conference on small business It's about Education is expensive, journal record innovator of the year. It's about no risk no gain. Founder of Women for Financial Independence It's about success. Sweet success. Governors Conference for Women Smart Girls finish Rich She's the president and CEO of Chapel Would Financial It's about consistency will always outperform occasional brilliance, and she is the financial diva. It's about the money, honey. It's all about the money about Victoria Woods. Welcome to it's all about the money. Honey, I am your host. They call me the funny to leave. My name is Victoria was CEO and Chief investment advisor. Right here in Chapel would financial joining me today, as always, is my co host, Mr Damon King. King of finance himself. He is also a C F P and wealth management specialists right here, it Champa would financial our mission Every single week is the same, and it's very simple. We advise millionaires and aspiring millionaires how to overcome their wealth. Management fears. Frustrations, challenges concerns. All of the above. Why? So you can live your dream life? That is why about we've all been living through this Coben and we're halfway through the year. We can't not address it, unfortunately, is living with us. We thought it was going to be gone in two weeks than they told us for weeks and they told us um OK, well, it's just it's hanging around people. Everybody's gonna remember 2020 is, you know, covert 19 are the Corona virus. That's what 2020 is gonna be remembered for. Our lives have been turned upside down inside out, 535,000 globally, have lost their lives to covet 129,000 in the United States alone. Well, it doesn't compare to people you know, die in the impact of the global economy. Has also been staggering and honestly confusing. There can be no doubt now. The journey to economic recovery has begun. However,.

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Nicole Clowers on Oversight of COVID-19 Relief Funds

Politics and Public Policy Today

05:11 min | 1 year ago

Nicole Clowers on Oversight of COVID-19 Relief Funds

"From Washington Journal recorded on Tuesday morning, focusing on the oversight of covert 19 relief funds. We're going to talk next about the spending of the Copan 19 relief funds approved by Congress over the past couple of months. We're joined by Nicki Clowers Thie Health Care, health care team manager for the Government Accountability Office. Thanks for being with us this morning. Thanks for having me tell us why the G A o did this report The cares act that was passed in in March, require us to provide ongoing oversight of the funding and activities of the federal government. Specifically, it requires us to provide on point oversight of the government's efforts to prepare for respond to And recover from the 19 and it includes US requirement for us to assess the impacts of 19 on public health, as well as the economy as well is tracked the funding and the use of that funding. The act requires us to report every 60 days starting 90 days after Anakin it so Our Joon report was our first report and will be issuing additional reports every other month. So basically almost as soon as this legislation is signed and enacted and signed, the G A. O is monitoring its spending. Absolutely. We're providing real time oversight of the funds. We have experience doing this going back over a decade ago, for example, under the trouble as that released program will provide it. Assistance to the financial sector's After the global financial crisis. We were required to provide ongoing oversight every issue of quarter to 60 days. So we have experience in ways we built on that experience to hit the ground running, provide immediate oversight and help ensure accountability and transparency of how the funds or Viennese let's look at the overall number is 2.57 in Seven trillion in spending and the and the measures passed by Congress here, the figures on each of those packages the PPP, the Paycheck Protection Program, 670 billion. The Treasury Economic Stabilization Fund, 500 billion explain expanded unemployment. Suren insurance, 375 billion economic impact payments. 282 billion public health emergency funding funding, 232 billion and 150 billion from the Exact the relief for state and local governments. Of that 2.57 trillion Nicky Clowers. How much has been spent already about $677 billion. That's what we found in our in our work and collection of data. Unfortunately, Treasury and we have not released overall spending data. Yet under Allenby guidance agencies are to report On on there's care spending starting at the end of June. So we expect the overall spending data to be available starting probably at the end of July in all this time frame. Incident. In the absence of comprehensive data, We undertook our own efforts to collect what was known about spending until we collected spending information on the on the sixth largest areas that you just mentioned. A swell a some other federal agencies and we found about $677 billion has been expended, and about $1.3 billion has been obligated. That means that the government has committed to spending one's. We're talking about the oversight of those covered 19 relief funds. How that money is spent with the hose. Nicky Klauer. She is their healthcare team manager. Welcome your comments to 027 for 8 8000 Eastern and central time zones, too. 27 for 8001 Mountain and Pacific. I have to imagine that keeping track of 2.5 million is hard enough. What were the challenges of tracking $2.57 trillion worth of spending on you? As you mentioned? Not all spent yet and and how much staff does this entail? Well, it is challenging, providing a real time oversight. As you can imagine. A CZ agencies are standing up programs there figuring out how to 1000 programs, how to track their own spending on DH decisions, change programs of all and so that requires us to be Very agile and nimble on Dwork with the agency's Tio Keep up to date on the latest developments, and so in our horses were working around the clock and frankly, too Track the dollars. Make sure we have a good understanding so we can provide that information to policy makers and the public.

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"journal record" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

The Oklahoma Observercast

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"journal record" Discussed on The Oklahoma Observercast

"Their check their paycheck a couple of days after that race period runs out and you know each month, it's just the same. Process you know that that repeats and it really? Is this? Tool that's pretty easily abused. You know especially in Tulsa in Oklahoma counties where there's just a huge volume of filings. One judge usually at presiding over all the cases. Fourteen thousand eviction cases or so filed per year. In Tulsa Oklahoma counties There's no way one person can. Can Review all those cases. Just. To to make sure. All the laws are being followed much less you know. Evaluate. WHO's in the right? And who's in the wrong? I'm sorry how many Kate How many are filed? He said fourteen thousand per year in Tulsa Oklahoma counties about forty thousand statewide. Okay, you said. You mean literally a single judge that looks over all of those cases or like. So the so each. Each case technically will go in front of one judge I mean in Tulsa. County, I know it's, it's one judge. So but it's, but it's not as if the judge is looking at every single case right there's. Yeah, they they just they. Physically impossible. So what we see is about. Fifty five sixty percents result in a in default judgments, which means usually that the defendant didn't show up to their hearing, and they were automatically ruled against That's another great example of how landlords are. are advantaged in this process to a very very high degree And, then you know we, we see thirty percent or so. that are dismissed but. But often. Come with all those those fees as well so you know fiction filing. Whether results in a removal from home or not, both are very very harmful to to the tenant. And, how how much? Can you dollar number dollars a year on how much these fines and fees are I, mean because it's it's really kind of a nickel and diming. Prostrate Lake Right. Idiots not. A thousand dollars at fronts, but over time it adds up. Yeah there. You know. When we started doing this work. In Tulsa County we. We've found someone in the data who had been filed on sixty seven times over a period of ten years and is still in the same. The last week we knew several months ago now, but last we knew was still in the same apartment building. So I mean we yeah, we're talking about. Thousands of dollars for. For. Some of these people that are paying. They're paying on top of their rent. You know in in pretty reliably in it. you know is just a it just becomes a huge. Hole to dig out of you know when trying to trying to get ahead and you're and you're a landlord is is. Siphoning off. An an extra couple hundred dollars month. That really adds up. Sure, better apartment for that extra under. Absolutely! But. there. It's just hard when you're when you're stuck in that situation and in the just feels like. There's it's so much work to move. You. I can imagine it's. It's hard to take that step because you're just so tired all the time. Right. So I was reading the Journal record record piece. That was. was mentioning this looming eviction crisis in something like at Tulsa County in Oklahoma County. Ray was pretty high nationally in terms of the number addictions filed. Did you talk about that a little bit? so Tulsa. was ranked eleventh highest in the country for. Among cities. Oklahoma City was ranked twentieth highest. Which? Doesn't it surprises a lot of people? Because you know? Oklahoma has pretty low housing costs compared to a lot of places. We think of you know Sanford Cisco we think of. As as having really high rent New York. Those places actually have pretty low levels of of addiction filings because they have a very strong protections for their landlords, they have longer are further tenants. Excuse me. They have longer periods of you know of grace periods. They have some some cities even have the right to counsel for defendants, innovation cases, so just like a public defender will be provided for you. You know in a criminal case some cities are providing a attorneys for their. Prediction defendants as well. so what we see is that the the high fiction? The high eviction cities like Tulsa and Oklahoma City. There, they. Tend to be kind of concentrated in places in states with with very few protections for tenants so south. Carolina is high up on their Some other southern states think Texas is pretty high. So while while it plays out. In the in the big metropolitan areas it's really state law that that determines to talk to a pretty high extent. How bad an addiction problem was gonna be. It's not that Oklahomans are a per capita of were to be deadbeats than some other studied. Absolutely not I mean. If you look at our incarceration rates another great example of this, you know the Oklahoma as a state is just is just not easy on people who are People who are? Disadvantaged We make it hard in a lot of ways to get ahead. you know we? We haven't expanded Medicaid all though I hope that changes. Very very soon. You know so we don't so. There's not a great healthcare. Benefits for for. Low income adults. There is There's a very chance that you're going to be arrested and served time in prison. Compared to other states you know and I think this is just kind of another example of how Oklahoma does not take. CARE. Of Its of its most vulnerable people nearly as well as it could. And I hope I hope what sarcasm came through crusher. Yeah. We are really boy are a punitive bunch in Oklahoma we. We. We really are and that. Being from. Oklahoma, you know. Originally I I try not to. Theorize too much about why that is But you know the, but the the data speaks pretty a pretty clearly that that we could do much much better than.

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"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

"Of the staff and management of this station. This's about you. Victoria Woods. This's about paying yourself first Businesswoman of the year. This is about life is full of choices. Journal Records 50 most influential women it's about It's not what you earn. But what you keep White House Conference on small business It's about education is expensive, journal record innovator of the year. It's about no risk no gain. Founder of Women for Financial independence. It's about success. Sweet success. Governors Conference for Women Smart Girls finish Rich She's the president and CEO of Chapel Would financial It's about consistency will always outperform occasional brilliant and she is the financial diva. It's about the money, honey, it's all about the money. Pictorial woods. Welcome, Tio. It's all about the money, Honey, I'm the financial David Victoria Woods in the diva studio right here with Mr Damon King, the king of finance himself. And our mission. Every single week is simple. And it's the same way our advisors to millionaires and aspiring millionaires as well. And we're here to help you overcome your fears. Frustrations, your challenges. You're concerned anything. Wear the problem solvers of the world of the planet. And welcome to our so We're very, very happy for you to be with us today, and I'm very happy to be here because I've Gone, so I feel like it's been a year since I got to be in the studio with you, Damon, but it still have been a couple of weeks, but it's been a long couple weeks. Well, it's good to have you back. I told everybody last week on the show, I said You know, I think I do an OK job by myself. But let's all agree that the show's a lot better when the diva's here with so well I think everybody would agree with that. Well, thank you. It's been an exciting week. Being back. I can tell you just get back in the groove of of the the workflow and meeting our new family members, you know, joining the C F s family I just had such.

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"journal record" Discussed on  The Attentionist

The Attentionist

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"journal record" Discussed on The Attentionist

"But Tara was like, no we're gonna wait to hear back from the open table staff. Anyway, thankfully, it all came together. And. We there was four of us each of which have at least a college degree. We could not get the bed frame. To connect together. Properly. We've truly spit forty five minutes for people is just like we there's something about the bed frame that kept not staying together it so were there we are at section eight housing. We're in a specific residents room and on the corner of the room is a very modest air mattress like the size of a cut on the floor. And we're bringing in a full twin sized beds situation. It was exciting. Spurs is going to have a bed. And then the staff of the the kind of the supervisor manager guy of the home was was there, and he was really nice and friendly and just happy that we were doing this. We've finally get is comical how much trouble we were having with his bed frame. We didn't have many tools we had. I mean. We just barely were were getting we finally got the bed put together, and we need to have a sheet on we had a dust. What do you call it a dust, ruffle, right? The the kind of skirt the goes around the box springs, we had that. And then we had this clean attractive top piece. The the f- is a foam mattress, actually. And man. The sense of wellbeing that we were just helping a fellow our fellow man and some modest way, but such such a direct way. Everybody sleeps. Everybody knows they sleep better on a comfortable bed. I was really encouraged that. Not through my on actions. But I guess I was a part of some probably more compassionate people in myself. I was able to directly help. Someone. The two folks from open table, one was a volunteer. The other was an employee of open table. They had punk. Haircuts shirts. Tat's for the second day in a row. I was not interesting to myself. But they they were about fifteen years younger or more than I I'm forty three. They were probably like twenty five twenty six twenty seven. For the second narrow. I've felt like I was not cool enough to be doing what I was doing. As I waited for an experience to happen. But. The achieving of a goal was was done in both cases. So. It's monday. I'm a little early for work today that never happens. But I have a lot of work to do. And I. I have a focus. I'm going to let the power of intention carry me. I'm on this. I'm on this trajectory, the atoms that are keeping me together and keeping the universe together. Were moving in a particular way today and. I'm signing up for this. I may meet once again some punk Goth superstars who will be my guides today. I hope that happens..

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"journal record" Discussed on  The Attentionist

The Attentionist

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"journal record" Discussed on The Attentionist

"Site. I I understood that. I also got they had a big they had a big bookstore option. They're in Grammy's and. They had it looks like they're not sold a lot of books. So they had some very discounted books. I. Got a copy of Howard zinn the people's history of the United States made like a updated addition for six ninety nine. For all of my nearly midlife or probably midlife. And I'm denying it age. I did feel good bunged that book. I hear you know, I'm buying all the records and records today. I'm buying an record from the most wealthy artists. I'm sure and you know, and you can look on the fine print, and it's clearly like ITO a few corporations are listed in the. In the record. I'm so glad I got it. I guess I actually so I'm working on getting record. I'm working on getting a record player this week. Via craigslist. But there's a good one on there. I think if I can make an app, and I'll get a good record player inexpensively. I haven't even so I haven't listened to record down the man. I'm excited. The what I was saying is the Howard zinn choices pretty punk choice. If you will. I love that book. I don't I I have an audio book. I listened to not recently of that book. But I listened to it about ten years ago. And Howard zinn rest in peace. Phenomenal contrarian and secrete historian, man. I'm looking forward to digging a little deeper. Terra in. I. Worked with open table staff. To turn in a. Used but in good condition. Full sized bed. That we gave. Just some folks who needed it in Nashville open tables, great organization, I wanna get more involved with them. I've known them for years. But I just haven't. I haven't haven't gone deeper, but open tables all about housing people and. Once folks get house, how can you give them greater dignity as folks that are working their way and to functional society from? A story in each case of they weren't very functional for different reasons. Whether reasons of just addiction abuse in some ways, excuse me. Yeah. So we cer- Tara. And I and to folks from open table went to a tower on the north side of town. Section eight housing. Brought a bet in. That we credited Terek is. I got impatient. I'm like, let's just haul. This thing off to goodwill, and blah, blah, blah..

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"journal record" Discussed on  The Attentionist

The Attentionist

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"journal record" Discussed on The Attentionist

"Had specifically made with some special. I mean, I gotta be honest. I'm a sucker for a great dance remix. And this this it's only a four song record. But the art was super goal the tour from which to live drags are on this record was just fantastic from last year. There's a childlike interest. We were committed to. Here's the thing. There's no way to even know if the record is by the time we get in to the record store. There's no way to know if the records, however, many copies they had of that record even assuming they definitely got that record. You know as a story anyway now Grimes is one of the coolest independent record stores. I think in the least the east half of the country. My goodness. It's an amazing store. I would think they would have to have gotten some of these YouTube records for records today. Ryan, I get back in line and our passes. We're still we're close to line is moving for heaven's sake. But we're not we're not about to get into the store. Like, man. There's no I got to go. It's like three in the afternoon. There's no way I know where I gotta go. But Ryan is like I got I gotta go with. My partner to a wedding reception event. He's like, I gotta bail and her. I was just like, well, what do I what am I doing here? I looked around in the line. I'm at least. At least ten years older than everybody. And really I'm about. Twenty years older than the people in line. But I also in this particular thing, I didn't feel any. I just noticed it. But then I was like I don't. I think it matters. I think we're all we're all the same age effectively for this experience. One thing I did not in the conversation that I had with the like twenty four year olds in front of me. It looked like a very gently punk. Boyfriend girlfriend situation. We talked about this. And that we never we never unmasks. What records we were looking for inside? Felt like that was a very civil. I feel like there's I felt like this. The very kind of cool slightly gosh boyfriend girlfriend in front of me. I feel like whatever because I'm like, I just looked like kind of my general nerd self. Not not wearing cool stuff to be honest. I mean, I'm like jeans and a t shirt and a hoodie or something. They kindly never asked. What I was in line for an I was sure that I had no business finding out what they were interested in. But we did you know rest- we stood in line together for over an hour. Especially once Ryan bailed every now, and then I mean, it wasn't like a constant conversation. But I would you know, we'd make a we'd make an observation. One of us one of these two parties would make an observation about something. Funny about. I don't know. There's there is some food truck kind of things. And there is a red bull tent like over adjacent to where the line was on the grounds. It lasts. I'm granted. Passage into Grammys record store in Nashville, Tennessee. I gotta say the grimy staff. Was immediately perky who is inside. There was perky and helpful. They're like an is there. Something specific you're looking for, sir. I said the U2. Europa EP my fingers on both hands are crossed. He said, sir. It's right here. And I said, oh my God. And they had three copies Ryan. And I agreed. I was going to get him a copy. With the guys like, we only are allowing one. Copy of a title per per person. And I started to get a little irritated. But then as well actually is pretty cool because that way, then we more people get more of the right stuff who really want it..

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"journal record" Discussed on  The Attentionist

The Attentionist

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"journal record" Discussed on The Attentionist

"I actually do not own. A record player. But that did not prevent me. From going to the twenty nineteen record store day. And they're, you know, another. I think about it. There was there's different locations this past Saturday. April thirteenth different record stores. One of which I think was third man records. I think there's a record store in east Nashville called the groove. But I and my Buddy Ryan. We. We got there at eleven AM to go to grimy. He's newly relocated on. Trinity lane. And I gotta say. We did not. I don't think we expected to have to. Wait in line. Me got there. The line was really long and I had a feeling like well. I I, you know, how long could this be, but we got in line. And then for twenty minutes, we stood there in the line just didn't move. And then we just got to talking and we're like, boom, I, you know, I it's not like you're going through cafeteria line. Like people are getting people are people are getting into their record store line. And then they eventually get into the store. And then it's like, hey, man. I am going to ring out of this experience. The very best of. Records that are very rare and just released by special presses and special artists artists strategies etcetera etcetera etcetera. All this to say. We then go it's like Ryan. And I look at each other. And we're like. We're going to go to lunch. So we go to fabled Mexican restaurant Las maracas. On gallatin road. Have a lovely gentleman's repast. And. We agree that we both want. The record store day release that you too..

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"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

"Life is full of choices journal records. Fifty most influential women is about it's not what you earn. But what you keep White House conference on small business. It's about education is expensive journal record innovator of the year. No risk. No gain founder of women for financial independence about success. Sweet success governor's conference for women's smart girls. Finish rich. She's the president and CEO of chapel would financial consistency always out-perform, occasional brilliant. And she is the financial diva. It's all about the money. Victoria woods. Welcome to it's all about the money. Honey, I'm your host. They call me the financial beaver. My name is Victoria would CEO of Chapman financial. And joining me as always as Mr. Damon king. He is a wealth professionalize. Well, right here. At chapel would financial. He's also a CFP. Now, are you fifty five close to retirement are already retired? So if you are and you have at least five hundred thousand dollars, and you want that second opinion, give are easy button in the chapel would office, a call her name is Shelly my the director of client services, and she can help you out just gave her a call up four five three four eight. Oh nine zero nine that's three four eight. Oh, nine oh nine now at some point in your life. You'll be leaving work for good just done go watch grass grow either you will retire because you want to or because you. You have to or because you're laid off like all those people at Devon. That's what's happening. This is the real world you need to be prepared for the real world. But regardless of the reason why you retire or why you get laid off at some point. There is something very important decisions that you're going to have to make. What am I going to do with that 4._0._1._K or other retirement account? Can you roll over a lump sum from your pension is that even an option you really need to know? We're gonna talk to you about a couple of cases that have come in recently and people really don't know. And it's something that you really need to know long before this happened now when will you defer compensation plan payments begin you need to know that do you need them immediately. Do you have a cash low for a year there certain things that you've got an what are your options? Guess what for your stock grants? This is very important particularly in our region of the country with so many oil and gas companies very important is how will you replace your healthcare insurance? We're working with some clients right now on long term care and on their Medicare because when are you Medicare eligible it depends? Okay. Now, the most important thing. As far as I'm concerned, guess what? It's about planning. So today, we're gonna talk about all kinds of things that you really need to do to decide. And then is how should I prepare for retirement and well in advance, you know, what to do with your 4._0._1._K and other any other kind of retirement accounts? Just like I said, what should you do win applying for social security and Medicare? You gotta need to know these things because on some of them there's a very short window of opportunity how to handle inherited accounts when you lose a spouse. So these are some of the things we're going to be sharing with you today. The time to begin thinking about all of these things is not the day you retire. You really should always be planning for the future in what if what if this happens? What if that happens have a plan in place? I always talk about it. You know, I have a plan a plan b c d e f g if necessary so you're not blindsided. So a few years before retirement to you need to know what you need to be planning for. So that's what we're going to share with you today. So where do we start where do I let me just say I'm disappointed. You only go down to plan. H j k and hell, yeah. There's a lot more out there. Well, what you're talking about is. We actually have a formal name for it. It's called the countdown to retirement. And in fact, we.

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"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

"This is about us. Woods. This is about paying yourself. First businesswoman of the year. This is a bad life journal records fifty most influential women, it's not what you earn. But what you keep White House conference on small business. It's about education is expensive journal record innovator of the year. It's about no risk. No gain founder of women for financial independence. It's about success. Sweet success governor's conference for women's Martin Urals finish rich. She's the president and CEO of chapel would financial consistency will always out-perform, occasional brilliant. And she is the financial diva. It's all about the money. Victoria woods. Weapons you. It's all about the money. Honey, I'm your host. They call me the financial diva. My name is Victoria Wood's. Happy to be here in the divas studio today with my co-host, Mr. Damon king, he is a CFP professional and wealth management specialists now for those of you over fifty five close to retirement or already retired. You know, if you have a minimum of five hundred thousand and want that second opinion, which is so critical. We talked about it this week in Tulsa at the women's event. Why it is so important to have that second opinion. So that, you know, I gave them many examples of why women have a gut instinct, and that's why they're the ones that get the most second opinions, which I just love you can call Shelly mind at.

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"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

"Following program. Does not necessarily reflect the opinions and viewpoints of the staff and management of this station. This is about us. Woods. This is about paying yourself. First woman of the year. This is a bad life is full of choices journal records. Fifty most influential women is about it's not what you earn. But what you keep White House conference on small business. It's about education is expensive journal record innovator of the year. It's about no risk. No gain bounder of women for financial independence about success. Sweet success governor's conference, women's smart, girls, finish rich, and she's the president and CEO of chapel would financials about consistency. Always out-perform, occasional brilliant. And she is the financial diva is about the nine. It's all about the night. Viktoria L woods. Welcome to it's all about the money. Honey, I'm your host. They call me the financial diva. My name is Victoria, Wood's chief investment adviser here at chapel would financial is we are broadcasting live from the diva sweet today and joining me as always as Mr. Damon king back co host ISE CFP, professional and wealth management specialists at chapel it now if you're over fifty five close to retirement or already retired you have a minimum five hundred thousand dollars of investable assets. You might want to get that second opinion..

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"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

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"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"journal record" Discussed on KTOK

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Number of journalists killed worldwide increases in 2018

Pacifica Evening News

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Number of journalists killed worldwide increases in 2018

"Information also died while three hundred forty eight were held in tension around the world of the people in total listed as killed the group determined forty nine were deliberately targeted quote because they're reporting threatened the interest of certain people in positions of political economic or religious power or organized crime. The report said the other thirty one died in the field while reporting. The deadliest country for reporters in two thousand eighteen was Afghantistan where fifteen died in violent attacks such as bombings followed by Syria with eleven and Mexico with nine the US made it into the top five deadliest countries for journalists this year for the first time with six dying. Most of those died in a shooting at a Maryland newspaper earlier this year a Bill that would restore press freedom for tribally funded media on the Muskogee creek nation in Oklahoma has reached the desk of principal chief James Floyd, national native news, art Hughes reports the journal record newspaper reports the Muskogee national council approved legislation over the weekend. That reverses a November decision to give tribal executives editorial power over Muskogee media. The new legislation reinstates the three member and editors and tribal officials

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