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Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

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Are the Rittenhouse Prosecutors Really Dumb or Really Bad?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Are the Rittenhouse Prosecutors Really Dumb or Really Bad?

"Obviously we're all still waiting for a verdict in the rittenhouse case No no news I have nothing new to report We discussed in the beginning of the show and then in the second hour with a terrific guest the great Leo Terrell is a also a host on KABC one of our favorite radio stations one of our blowtorch stations out in Los Angeles We're always happy to be on there Leo's on there too But Leo came on We were talking about all the prosecutorial either miss feasts or malfeasance I don't know what it is The prosecutor and the written house cases he just really dumb or just really bad And the answer is I don't know Possibly a blend of both I mean between implying that the invocation of the Fifth Amendment right to remain silent is somehow an indication of guilt which is law school one O one orientation stuff It is not an indication of anything You have the right to remain silent A lot of people take advantage of it for all kinds of reasons because if you read your Miranda rights anything you say can and will be used against you So most people say well I'm not saying any of this mean they're guilty The prosecutor in the written House case apparently didn't know that Not measuring the barrel of the rifle yet charging him with a short barreled rifle possession charged despite not measuring that darn rifle is another one of those things that makes you shake your head And then yesterday sending over a video of substandard quality to the defense attorney while keeping a high resolution copy of the video for yourself and then blaming an air drop malfunction because the defense attorney had an Android rather than an iPhone is just I mean clown car stuff It's a case where the kid's life is at stake So we're gonna keep our eyes on that But again no new news to report

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"kabc" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Let's go to the phones If you want to give us a call 8 four four four 8 four three 8 7 two Let's go to Frank in the great KABC Frank what do you got for us This morning I heard I heard it in your voice And these people are going after your weakness and your weaknesses your honesty And your integrity and you can't sat up you can't give this station up You've got to keep giving it to us And given it to us honestly every day That's how you fight them Yeah I'm trying Frank but you know as you probably heard you know my voice you're probably here and now he's aren't easy decisions because I realize they come with a penalty You know you know you just kind of hint it at it You know it's 300 plus stations It's a powerful way to get out of pro liberty pro freedom You know keep America great message and these are tough decisions you know They're not easy and I appreciate you recognizing that And listen thanks for the call man I appreciate it I do I don't know I'm just at a loss about this stuff I really wish right now that I just wish these things I don't know I don't want to say I wish they were easier because I get it You know life said miss hill feathers to say my 5th grade teacher my life's a bullet cherries and sometimes you fall in the pits You know and I understand that there's a lot of sacrifices involved with this stuff and you know I always think of that line from the natural the book by malamut right You can watch the movie too but the book is better By the way I can't say no and it's totally different than the movie but Roy Hobbes girlfriend says you know we all live two lives You know the one we learned from and the one we live after that And the path the real happiness is only through suffering And I agree with that You know we should embrace we should embrace the suck you know We should Shouldn't run away from it We're all going to have our challenges And we're all going to have opportunities to stand up and get behind something and you can't stand behind people's individual bodily sovereignty then the hell's the point of conservatism I mean seriously what's the point You know fighting over things that are important no doubt tax rates school choice Regulatory reform all that stuff makes a big difference but if you don't have a sovereignty over your own body as a free human being touched on the shoulder by the hand of God given a set of big arm rights he gave you It wasn't given to you by the constitution It may be written down in the constitution and enshrine there They didn't give it to you No one in government gave you squat Neither did anyone in the private sector You're sovereignty over your body matters And if we can't stand against these vaccine mandates in solidarity collectively you know then we don't deserve the freedom given haus And I get it this panel these for everything That's all right You know some of the experiences I've had in the last couple of years really wake you up You start to realize there's a whole bunch of bull out there that really doesn't matter in the end Really I mean I think about before last year how you know my biggest concern was I had a vein in my leg that was busted up It's vain on my right.

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California's 'Surf City USA' beach reopens after oil spill

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 1 year ago

California's 'Surf City USA' beach reopens after oil spill

"Surfers and swimmers have returned to the weights at southern California's Huntington beach a little more than a week after an oil pipeline leak off shore the re opening of what many call surf city USA came far sooner than many expected that's the spill became apparent a few troops Mel blanketed the coast and blobs of crude began washing ashore but officials say water quality tests now show no detectable levels of oil associated toxins and Avan ados E. with the California department of fish and game tells KABC they have not found a lot of oiled birds there's not a lot of bird population out there right now so in that respect we got lucky right it could be a different kind of hearing you might have ten thousand birds out there that's for the tar balls I dont see says they're not looking for the public's help we get it right you want the oil off just as fast if not faster than we do but oil is a hazardous substance while the environmental impact on wetland habitats has been less severe than initially feared advocates say they remain concerned about the long term impact I'm Ben Thomas

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AXS to Deploy Biometric Amazon One Palm Readers at Entertainment Venues

Red Eye Radio

01:15 min | 1 year ago

AXS to Deploy Biometric Amazon One Palm Readers at Entertainment Venues

"This is part of the show where I'd like to talk about future tech. Can it tell you what's going on? So I'm sure you've heard about the payment system called Amazon, one that allows you to buy things in stores where you just wave your hand over a scanner. It's pretty simple. You hold the palm of your hand with two inches above a biometric reader. And then what's the system verifies your ID? It charges the payment card that you have on file for whatever you're buying. And so you don't have any more checkout lines being using some Amazon whole foods stores. It's expanded. But it's expanding to this. Why bring it up to you? Stadiums and arenas? That's right. Um, no more tickets to get inside concerts or sporting events. Amazon's taking over everything, aren't they? You just scan the palm of your hand. It's being used for a company called Excess in Denver, Colorado at one of the kiosk at the Red Rocks and theater. Anyone coming to an event can enroll one or both. Palms just takes a minute and then you can just scan your palm at a reader to enter. Um, the Amazon. One system could they say, create a unique pump signature? All that other stuff, But Big Tech already knows a lot about us. I know a lot of people are worried about this, but the palm print is just one more thing. You know, Palm lines tell a lot about you. But your browser history? Mm says everything.

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Uh, no BS. It's over at the current newsletter dot com. Sign it, And I think you're really going to love it. And speaking of just one more thing I'd like you to do is if you're ghosting me on social media at a friend of mine asked me today. What ghosting Okay. That means when somebody doesn't pay attention to you, I mean, you know who are they kind of checked out. So if you're going to my social media, and you just see it, but you don't follow it. You don't talk about it. You don't converse is that you know, what are you doing? Whether you're on Facebook, Instagram Twitter. I don't know where you wanna go, Pinterest. It's all the same spot, Whatever the social media slash Kim commando so facebook dot com, says Kim commander Instagram com can tomato twitter dot com site, So just follow me there. Shane and San Antonio, Texas. Their shame. Hello. I believe I'm on. Yes, you are on the air and millions and millions and millions of people are standing by waiting to hear how incredibly intelligent you are. Well, okay, I'll put that aside there now that you've buttered me up, you got it. What's going on? Shane? Consummate professional. Are you okay? I'm trying to try to be brief. Okay? I'm going to give you a little data on. This is an older laptop 2000 and 13. Toshiba. It was the most expensive one Had I corps 7/4, Gen. Eight days of RAM is or 64 bit system with one terabyte hard drive, although it probably has a little less than that. It's still running on the windows 8.1. And my overall question was how to safely get that thing up to Windows 10 or preferably Windows 11. I don't know if it has the Processing speed and everything else to do 11. Alright, so, 2013. How much did you spend on this thing? I mean, this was big mice was like Was this like 2500 bucks? I spent $100.02 years ago at a pawn shop. Oh, my gosh. You're kidding. No one wanted it because it has over 17 inch screen and it's a power hog as you can imagine. Wow. 100 bucks. Now when you got it didn't have the OS and everything on it. Tell me about it. Okay, Well, I don't want to be extraneous. Um, I have a model number here. I don't know. No, I don't want to know the model. Never. I just wanted to say he went to the pawnshop and paid 100 bucks for this laptop. Okay? Yeah, And so so was the operating system and everything intact. Yeah, yeah. That's women attacking me. Does it function as soon as Yeah. How was it working? And did you? I mean, did you didn't did you find anybody else's data on it? Or was it just the OS that was on it? Yeah, There's no doubt on it. And I'm aware of, so someone must have clean it out. Maybe the pawn shop. That's awesome. You know, because you know, like, go ahead. But had no issues with it. I mean, DVD drive has worked fine. That's amazing 100 bucks. That's great. Wow, You're like the bargain hunter galore. Let me tell you I don't think I don't know about that. I don't have such good luck. All right, Here's the Here's the bad news laptops too old Okay, uh, you can bypass the hardware requirements but may not necessarily work. I actually asked my I T genius John about this because he's the wizard. And he says that you can bypass this What's called the T P 20 requirement TPM requirement, But you have to hack the registry. So maybe what you want to do, Shane is that now that we know how good you are finding lapped house for a couple of 100 bucks, Okay to punch up is that you can keep this running windows 8.1 Just make sure that you're smart about it. You're safe about it. He puts them. Good security software on it. Um Or you can head out to another pawn shop. And who knows you may get lucky Goodwill. That's always something that you can you can go into this. Um, you can go into this punch shops and things and maybe find some deals You're speaking of. I actually did a tech update and Shane. Thank you So much for your call. Taste. Sorry. Didn't have better news, Uh, is that I didn't take update this past week about Costco. Costco has this, You know, satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. And that's actually a legal phrase, by the way, And so there's this video that's gone viral of a two women, they say their former Costco employees, and they said that people have returned like Dead Christmas trees after Christmas, Um empty wine bottles. They got their money back. Uh, they've also taken back old computers said they just don't work anymore. I can't upgrade them and because that Costco says, satisfaction, guarantee your money back, they actually get their money back. But Costco has some recourse to Because it's a membership driven enterprise. They can cancel your membership, and if they cancel your Costco membership, what's going to happen at that point is that that's going to go down on your record your big data profile of life that's out on the Internet and everywhere else and you don't have access to everybody else does. And then, uh, those things that they cancel your membership and you get a big black check mark right there, So I just want to keep that in mind. Hey, go right back and talking about how much that PayPal account is worth on the dark web. So stay right where you are..

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Here with new offensive line coach Clay Maguire coach was an eventful week. Not one that was easy for anyone involves how how's your bunch handling it? And does anything change offensively with Dante now is the head man. Yeah, You know, it's been a tough week for the kids and everybody in this building, but you know, it's our jobs to keep pushing forward. Um, I got a really, really great group of kids, Uh, strong, strong kids mentally and physically And like I said, we're going to go out there. We got a job to do, and that's what we're intending to do. Moving forward the offense. I mean, we're going to do what we do. I mean, we might You know, it's an opportunity for us to throw in some new wrinkles here and there and maybe explore and, uh, you know, experiment with some things. You know, we had a lot Out of the game playing kind of in, you know, as we were getting the news, so as far as what we practiced this week, you know, I said, we are. You know, we're pretty settled. What we're going to do like said we got a couple of things here and there, but we'll go forward that this is obviously your first year. This is the first time were talking. I always find it interesting in that. It's got to be tough coming in as a new position coach from the offense is already established as it can be hard. I'm sure to install your principles and who you want to be to a degree. So I guess my question is. What were those first orders of business when you got the job, But were those principles you were trying to install on your offensive line? And then the areas you wanted to elevate with that group? Well, it wasn't too difficult for us here. Obviously, Graham and I have history. We go back to Texas Tech and Washington state together. So you know, we were kind of the same page as far as what he wanted to do and how he wanted to do things, so it wasn't very difficult for us. Obviously, my terminology coming in, you know, I'm not sure typical line coach. You know, there's you know, a line coaches have a call. For just about every single thing you could possibly do in the world. It's almost like a Peyton Manning. Uh, sometimes down. The trans can be like a Peyton Manning play call out there with all the calls you got to make, you know, and and we try to keep it a little bit simpler. You know, we want to play a little bit faster and make a call and go and kind of have built ins. Obviously, there's adjustments you have to have. But just I guess the biggest learning curve since the office was already installed for the kids was just trying to simplify and get our terminology on the same page and move forward while we're going to do it. To talk all off season was about your young offensive tackles after two weeks. How do you assess their performance? I thought they definitely got better week one to week two, which is what we want to do, You know, Obviously we hit week. 12. We want to be out there, you know, at the best that they've been, you know, I did see improvement. We still have a lot of areas growth and that regard as far as their play, they were better in the run game, And there were there were a lot better in the past protection game and where we Kwan, so if we can continue to make those improvements, we have a chance to be pretty good year, It was opens line coach Clay Maguire, coach. Much is made of the drop eight and that being a common approach for at least a more preventative style when facing a USC offense. How do you challenge your offensive line to truly take advantage of those scenarios? And what's the message to your group? When you do get those looks? Yeah. I mean, you got to be extremely efficient, very much like we were against San Jose State where they're going to have those drop based situations to be able to run the ball and open sets as well. You know, I think we're right around six yards a carry with the running backs or something like that right now, so So If we could continue to run the ball efficiently, you know, we'll get out of those scenarios where we can just recover scans where we can throw the ball down the field. You know, it's not quite an extent when I wasn't coach Leach. We got it every single play, and I don't think we've We've had it some this year, But it ain't quite been, uh, it ain't quite been like that was about 67 snaps a game, so we have to be extremely efficient to run game up to this point. We've done a respectful job of that. We just got to continue before word and take advantage of those opportunities. You've mentioned it a couple times, but you were at Washington State for six years. They're excited to be back up in Pullman. Yeah, it's exciting. Some of the some of the best people I ever met the world. Some, like the greatest memories over has from the greatest kids ever coached, You know, so it was an awesome experience for me up on the loose. Um, wouldn't trade it for anything and excited to go back, but obviously got a job doing and excited. Go out there and get a win for us this week as Trojans job to do and when to get well, Coach appreciate the time. Best of luck, and that's your week, three offensive game plan with insulin coach Clay Maguire. We're live up here on the pollution, Clay Maguire said Keaton. Slovis just sprinted on the field in his pregame hoodie, so he's getting his warmups going. It's going to be a cold and wet day for the Arizona kid..

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Capitol. Police say they're prepared for today's protest near the capital, D. C s Homeland Security director Christopher Rodriguez says several agencies are in place our mayor Muriel Bowser, as activating the District of Columbia as emergency operations center, or POC. This activation will allow district government to establish clear coordination. Police chief Thomas Manger says he expects a peaceful gathering among those protesting arrests of people in the January 6th capital. All riots. Manger says there have been some threats of violence and says that will not be tolerated. A security pact has been constructed around the capital and the U. S. Supreme Court Texas Governor Greg Abbott says the federal government is taking steps to relieve pressure on the border. With thousands of people arriving at the town of Del Rio governor Abbott says he has spoken with homeland security. They have told us that the people who were under that bridge right now Are going to be relocated by the United States Department of Defense. Some will be flown to Arizona for processing. Others are going to California. He spoke after signing a bill that allocates $2 billion in state funding for border security as a way to handle a flood of illegal immigration. I'm Jim Forbes. A search is underway for the fiancee of a missing Florida woman. Detectives are looking for Brian Laundry, who is a person of interest in the disappearance of Gabby Petito. Petito went missing in August during a cross country road trip with laundry. Police went to laundries house last night, but now he's missing to his family says they have not seen laundry since Tuesday. Environmental and animal rights organizations are writing letters to the department of the interior ahead of a bison hunt in Grand Canyon National Park. The hunt is to control the expanding bison population in the region. I'm Cameron Fairchild. The home of Denver. Bongino live weekdays. 19. This is amazing. Okay. See rooms County cumulus station. Right, ABC Radio 7 90 K ABC News at 903. I am Tom Loading Earthquake 4.3.

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Hours of cars because cars are more important than firearms. Let's face it with the one and only Leon the motor made All right. Ella and his son, Lance. Yeah, Absolutely. So it's back to you right there. Yeah. Leon and Lance, The motorman, The motor, the motor men, you bet my favorite show by the way every Sunday. I'm usually driving up to big bear on my way, So it's like, catch him pretty much the whole way, you know. If I drive anything else, KBC kind of fades in and out, But in my Toyota truck, I can literally catch because I try and plan my my leaving right at eight. And then it takes just about two hours to get there, and I can get the whole all the way up. There should be entertained your whole entire drawer. Absolutely. I love listening about car stuff again. Everything that Leon talks about. Just listen to Leon. He's actually got me believe it or not thinking about Getting an airplane license. Look at you. I'm not kidding. You know, he keeps talking about flying around. I think I could do that. Wait a second. Sure You should do it. You know what I've? Yeah, There's only one problem. I'm scared to death of fly. That's something to work out. Right? Uh, you know, when I was in the band, I mean, Uh, okay. We would leave Burbank head to you know, Japan. Then we go from Japan, Guam from Guam to, uh, Australia and back. We do that in, like, five days. Yeah. Yeah, you know, going on tour isn't exactly like people think going on tour was great. And you get to see the world. No. You see one room and you see different cities. And then that's it, man. Different types of the same room. Yeah. Flying to Alaska. Right? We leave Burbank. We get to see tech. Nothing. Uh, we had a five hour overlay in C Tech. If you can believe that, which You know, if you have anybody ever been to see Tech airport? Forget about it. There's nothing you don't need anything. Nothing going there And then we finally you know, the flight from ceatec to Anchorage was something like a 50 Chevy in an elevator going over. Railroad tracks the entire way. Comfortable? Yeah, it was so bad, and I sat next to somebody who apparently didn't where deodorant or like to shower because the smell of Uh, Rubio and Bologna wafted through the It's funny that you bring up the baloney because you know, that's what he probably watched himself with. Likely so and and it was just also the word that really brings what you're describing to light. You know, if you had left the word baloney out, you could have gotten by with okay. I can be. But you had that word bologna really smell. What? What you're saying and it's terrible. Remember? Leave it to Beaver. Remember Larry Larry Mondello, That kid smell like poop. Bologna and Be out, hands down. There's no doubt about it in my mind. I can smell it through the cheesy. I swear it's in black and white, but still Lord of money. You know what? Okay, really Quick again. This is CCW. Fact versus fiction, So we're going to start with myth number one. My county doesn't issue CCW licenses. Now this is true and false. California's 58 counties very widely on the issuance of CCW s. So you kind of have to make a phone call or two. Okay, and myth to the process to obtain a CCW license makes it impossible to obtain it. That's a completely false. Many counties have a general process that includes an application interviews, background checks, training and fees. Pretty much all on the whole kit in Kabul. So you just go ahead. Apply, and everything should follow suit from there. Okay. Myth number three. The process takes a long time. And that's because the government is trying to dissuade me from applying mostly false. Uh, there has been a few incidents over the past 20 years where the statement provide proved to be true. Uh, crp a where we stole this from because actually, Rick, our friend Rick Travis. Wrote this article. So I'm just I'm just stealing his stuff is this is this article posted somewhere online, and people want to read iGate up right to pull it up online. But I think it's only in their fiscal copies of the C R P A. Which is good. That's a good reason to become a member of the September October 21 firing line. Okay. Uh, let's see. Where were we? Before? CCW license is only valid in the country of issue County County. I'm sorry, Sorry or is everywhere for countries issued to me. It's going to be valid here. But in the county that is false because statewide it should be permitted and it is permitted valid state. If you have a CCW, you can pretty much go anywhere in California with it. You can't go into federal buildings. You can't go into courthouses and you can't go in on the school grounds. Other than that, Uh, you even places that say you can't come in with a gun. I'm pretty sure you still can. Because there's no law that says you can. It's pretty much no smoking kind of sort of. Yeah, you know, I mean, you want to be polite and so on and so forth, but because, you know, um, even still you. We had a thing this last weekend where you made sure to. Yeah. We went to this town hall meeting with another station this weekend, and we get to meet all the people that I mentioned earlier. Sebastian Gorka was brilliant. Nice guy when huge. He's like six. Ft. 90 surprised material? Yeah, he's Go to gun slinger. What? The radio our gun slinger radio on Facebook and you can see pictures of me and Jimmy with all these guys. Larry Elder. I told him that Leon said to say hi and so on and so forth. You know the one thing he was up into hatch API with with my friend Mono at his restaurant. Uh, yeah, Red House barbecue and I completely forgot to bring it up. So sorry, Mama. Next time, I doubt Mona's listening and he's the only guy I know physically, that's busier than I am. Okay, Myth number five, and then we're going to go to Tom from Brentwood. On the phone, Uh, missed number five. The California CCW licenses only good in California. Now this is this is surprising. To me. This is false. The California CCW is valid at the time of writing in 24 states. Uh, Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio. Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and Wisconsin. That is mind boggling to me, because I'd always heard that because because California won't accept anybody else is that nobody else will accept California process the right. Yeah, but apparently you can, uh, if you also pick up your Florida CCW, which again? This is concealed weapons permit, folks. Uh, that adds another nine states, Delaware, Georgia, Louisiana, New Mexico, North Carolina, Uh, North Dakota, Virginia, West Virginia and Wyoming. Giving you CCW writes in a total of 33 states, two thirds of the country, man, I tell you, that ain't too shabby..

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Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Found Guilty of Murdering Susan Berman

Ben Shapiro

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Real Estate Heir Robert Durst Found Guilty of Murdering Susan Berman

Of Course There's Potential for Widespread Voter Fraud in California

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Of Course There's Potential for Widespread Voter Fraud in California

"You're upset that larry elder is already making people aware of the report from kabc the talks about voter irregularities and potential fraud and california people like arnold refused to believe that when you change all the voting rules and have millions and millions of mail ballots all because of co vented. There's of course. There's potential for voter fraud. Any idiot can figure out that if they're sending a ballot to every single voter in california because of kobe that they're sending all these ballots in the mail. Of course there's potential for widespread fraud

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Back to Trojans wrap Up wrapping up US is lost to a Stanford at the Coliseum tonight. 42 28 the final score again. USC, uh dropped their first Pac 12 game of the season. Now one and one overall O and one. Impact 12 play with Max Brown. I'm Jason Schwartz. We are taking your calls, and let's keep it moving and go down to Mickey in Encino. Mickey Iran. Trojans wrap up What's going on for taking my call? I International fan. I was a student there. I That watched his team for 50 60 years. You had, um I'm just disappointed in the defensive back. We're don't have defensive backfield like we used to have, Um But but I I don't want to talk about that as much. I want to talk to master about something. Back. We don't meet A safety at all. We don't defeat the safety. You know, they seem to know it's exactly what we're doing, and they're double teaming are long past somewhere along the line. We have to deceive the safety. And made ships step to a certain side that we want them to go to, because we're going to throw to the other side and we don't sheep do that. And I'm you know, I watch pro football and the end It seems like They do that a lot better than we do. And maybe somebody is not in our quarterback a little bit on how to deceive that safety now. He was a quarterback. You want to throw the ball eat. You want to throw a 20 yard cross? You want to do something? You have to do that safety appreciate. No, that s he's waiting for you back there. We don't seek to do it, and I don't know why. I think it's a very astute comment. That's what I was trying to, um touch on in the last segment is the way you defeat a safety as you get a safety to think, right. The whole point of a safety, especially in most comfortable offenses is not only defending in the past, but get involved in the in the in the run lines a little bit there, and when you force a lot at him, right. Imagine being a safety going up against this SC defense. You have to go up against the running tech. And by the way, you have Drake London on the outside. And then if s he is going to roll out with multiple tight ends. Put pressure on these safeties. And I don't think that pressure is there yet. I think Mikey Mickey. Excuse me is is is is perfectly right. And the way you do that is forced over routes at him. Force Bender routes vertical routes on top of these safeties. We haven't necessarily seen that it feels like it's It's right on the inside and then lets you attack the outside lanes, which loyal listeners you can call me at last year, I was saying, Hey, we need to attack the outside lanes more because I was saying, You know what? They're so scared of. Tyler von. They're so scared of in years past the Michael Pittman type of guy. But this year's different this year. They're focused so much on Drake London that you need to have an inside interior middle of the field. Wrinkle to it to then get the defense thinking and not so it's not just a Hey, they're either gonna run or attack the outside lanes, which it feels like it's going on right now. Yeah, Mickey, Thank you. So much for the call. And just to go to your first point to look, it was a tough night for the defensive backs, for sure, both with just the play and the penalties But going back to last week when, when Suk Ravenswood was sitting in the chair across from me The talk in our post game show in our Trojans wrap up last week was about how the defensive backs might be the team's strength because we saw the depth last week. We saw Kaylin Bullock come in and look like a superstar. We saw Greg Johnson come up with the big pick six. We saw the team. Uh, you know, not really Miss Isaiah pull them out when when he had the late when he was placed in the health and safety safety protocol late, so the defensive backs Last week and overall, just that, that group their experience. They're also young. They just seem like one of the deepest and most talented parts of the team. And they did not have a good game tonight, and we saw the other side of man coverage tonight. Last week, it was, Oh wow as she rolls out man coverage and they look like they can't be stopped on defense or putting so much pressure on teams the flip side Tonight they rolled out in man coverage on the outside lanes. And Stanford's physical receivers one They cause pass interference calls, which that continued drives But then to the physical receivers. They won those men on man matchups and they took advantage of an era and they showed why maybe not running man is is a route that a lot of teams go. So you stay out of that. Hand checking in the tug tug of war that I guess the Stanford team. It's going to lead to penalties or it's going to lead to Stanford's bigger receivers. That's what they want to be. They don't want to have to find find zones on the edge, because that's where, uh as he's speaking take over so The man worked in week one. It's the they're not going to totally go away from it. But you certainly saw some of the deficiencies in that scheme tonight. Let's keep it going on the phone lines. Get to more of your calls. We've got Jeremiah in Snake Lake. Jeremiah. You're on Trojans wrap up. What's up? Jeremiah from Snake Lake. Good morning, gentlemen. Good morning. Well, let me tell you, Helen, Where is where is Snake Lake? Night leg is north of current county. Okay? And I don't know a whole bunch of states and a whole bunch of lake right enough about me, Helen. You're right. It ain't gonna be no sleep. There will be a whole lot of drink tonight. Couple shout outs number one Still a cravings. You were on the peristyle podcast with Brian Abrahams last week and you were dynamite. You remind me of a young Taylor babe Max Brown. You have the line of the night. So far, you said well with about right around the eight minute mark. This game went from unfortunate to borderline embarrassment. You stand by those words..

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02:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Rolls right throws underneath that it is complete and in the end zone for a touchdown, Stanford, Elijah Higgins for this first touchdown catch of the year and the Stanford Cardinal go forward on fourth and goal from the three and get it and that's how you play football. So that to me was the biggest playing the game. Stanford lines up for a field goal as she lines up in the neutral zone. That five yard penalty now gets Stanford five yards closer and they elect to go for it. David Sean, his postgame, presser said They were planning to go for it the whole time. But then they didn't get the yards they wanted on third down, and so, obviously thanks to SCS penalty, they got a second do over at it. And at that point I remember that the note I wrote down for myself as you got the sense that Stanford saying, Hey, this is going to be a really tight football game. We're not sure how many possessions are going to be how many possessions were going to get? We're not sure how many times were going to have chances in the red zone to score touchdowns Because at that stage they didn't have trust in their offense. We didn't know they were going to put up 45 points in the game. They go for it. They get it momentum on their side and shot eluded alluded to it once again at that point, playing with the lead their young roster and experienced roster, it allowed him to take a deep breath, relax and play with a lot of confidence that we saw the rest of the game. And while that was a big penalty, it wasn't the only big penalty on that drive. There was the The personal foul penalty earlier on Chris Steele, and there was a pass interference called on Isaac Taylor Stewart, and that's what set up Stanford, uh, down deep in the U. S. C. Red zone so USC would get the ball back. They kick a field goal to make it 14 10, but Stanford would score a touchdown right before the end of the first half. And the score at halftime was 21 to 10. And you know, we were hoping to see us come out. Obviously 21 10 at halftime still very much in the game very much. And you know what? They did come out. Okay. In the third quarter. Slovis probably had one of his best drives of the Game two to start the second half, but it didn't result in a touchdown. Stanford got the ball back. And or USC actually kicked a field goal was 21 13. Stanford gets the ball back. USC stops them and then this play was the disaster of the night. Sadly, throw.

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

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"Before he gets along the sideline to the 20 yard line, Stanford back in the red Zone, already leading 35 to 13. This is where the Stanford offensive lineman they love this kind of stuff. They want to put their foot on your neck here. They're trying to end you here, and that's right Now they're running the ball at the Trojans and seeing if they're going to put up any fight here, and that's the question. The coaches have got to be watching from the sideline. Who's Oh, my God is going Are we are we are we full till here, Are we? Are we getting worn out by this offensive line? Damon Scott, back in for the Trojans and one of the linebacker spots 1st and 10, Stanford Trojan 20 all on the ground. Now Pete runs past Lichtenstein, who was waiting for him. He just Little hop step to the right gets down to about that. Line of scrimmage and that's all no gain on the play. 2nd and 10 This is Stanford sixth straight road game of seven longest streak. In history couldn't play at home. Their entire county was shut down at a practice on the road away from home play all their games away from home last year. Had they got another roadie next week, they'll finally get home against U C. L A and a couple of weeks seems like they start the season off to it at nine o'clock game in the middle of nowhere playing somebody, so that's always a tough start from Stanford. And that's why you always see a better team. I think in the second week 2nd and 10 from a key waiting and throws towards the end zone caught Front of Chris Steele. Nice Grab by Bryson Tremaine. He's been one of their players of the game tonight inside the five and out of bounds at the two first and goal, Stanford. This old school out physical football. They're just my guys bigger than yours. We're going up. We're going to make a play. That's very Drake. London s there. Like I said, We talked about it. These these their physical receivers. I don't know. I don't think s he took And it took for granted. How These last weeks. Receivers were and not got ready prepared for these big, physical, tight end looking receivers twin back Samueli and Jones, but it will be the backup quarterback going in to score. Sanders tonight, two yard touchdown run. Would you believe 42 to 13 drive safely on your way home? It's going to be a lot of soul searching here for these Trojans. They're going to be Watching this film. If I'm a coach, I'm watching all these reps here who's Who of my guys are in it? Who's given up Who's still working, who still going for me? Because there's going to be a lot of questions here. There's going to be some spots available. Offensively defensively. We've got to figure some things out because it's just not working up to this point. Is there some point For instance. Now, when you get your starters off the field to avoid injuring them and get your other guys some playing time in a game that you're clearly now not going to win. Yes, I think it's okay for key Didn't come out now. I don't think he has anything to prove. I don't think you're going to get him better. Look, he could get hurt in this game. So might we see a Jackson dart? Maybe a drink. Maybe a drink. London might come out of this game, but I think offensive offensive line will stay in the running backs. You can maybe shuffle a couple guys in but you're going to get those kind of guys out. We've got a break in the action with 9 16 to go in the game. Stanford 42 s C. 13. That's right on the Trojan football media network..

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04:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Know that keeps things going and you know we're not going to see a change until the Fed decides to change the interest rate. I do think that we're going to happen. We already have high inflation. That's a fact. There's no running around that. Inflation will continue to run. But I'm actually want to talk about something that I was actually against earlier in the year, I actually feel that one of the things that should have in your portfolio which you know newsflash, people, I was against this beginning of the year. Is Cryptocurrency. You know, when Cramer comes out and says he has 5%. Everybody should have 5% of the portfolio that says something. I mean, that's coming out on a major network. And you got Cramer saying that in addition to that one of the key things that I've changed is that The infrastructure bill that they want to pass a decided not to go after or, you know, crackdown on Cryptocurrency. So in my opinion that's going to create just a huge upward curve. And the other thing is that what I'm finding is that with this younger generation They believe in Cryptocurrency the way you know our generation, beliefs and commodities or, you know the way gold backs up the use of back up the dollar. They believe in that. I mean, there's this generation even wants to be paid in Cryptocurrency. So that tells you how much they believe in it. When you've got a generation like that. Believing in something that type of momentum is what's going to keep it going and the fact that they're not going to crack down on it. I think that's going to be an offset for inflation, and I think people will be using that as You know, like the way gold and silver you know commodities were used. I think you're going to see Cryptocurrency being used in that way to offset inflation because we already know what's happening with the dollar. The dollar is worth less. I mean, that's why they're giving all these loans arguing all this money. They know what they're doing. People are going to Cryptocurrency. That's going to be and I think that's an offset. I think people should have a little bit in it. You know, And this is this is the interesting thing people. Cryptocurrency is not considered an investment. So if you look at it, you know the SEC doesn't doesn't monitor it. You know, it's not monitored by. You know the insurance companies it it's not considered. I mean, it's interesting. It should be because you know, they're starting to Come out with PTS to trade in the crypto currencies. And so it's really not moderate like people don't know like coin based, for example, that's where you going to go to open up an account. That's not monitored by the SEC. It's not monitored by fender. It's not moderate by the state. So yeah, so you and you know, always when something new comes out the SEC the federal usually run behind the ball they always running behind. So I think, eventually they're going to have to moderate this. You're gonna have to go. But But in the meantime, you're going to see a run up and I think people will run to safety because they'll see Cryptocurrency going up. Interesting. Alright. So again. You changed your opinion on this just based on the developments this year, Greg, But I always say if you want to venture into territory, especially when you don't know much about it things like Cryptocurrency. That's where real fiduciary advisor can be a great value. Oh, yes, because, like I said earlier, I mean, if you listen, you know, listen to my earlier shows. I was against it, but, you know, unfortunately, it follows the state against it. I'm going against the curve, and that's that's one of the beauty about being an advisor. You know? Okay? Sometimes we have to change your opinion. And when we do when I see something as big as this movement going on It's here to say, folks, It's not going away and how they regulated and what coin is going to be The lucky one. I mean, some people are gonna get lucky. Honestly, you know, I mean, I have my opinions. I'm not gonna give him right now. But there's a couple of ones that I like. You know, I think Bitcoin is Is really high. It's a 50,000 as we speak. You know, you've got a Rithy, um at That's it 4000. Then you've got Cardinal, which is next. I think you want to look at the coins. They have the most security mechanisms involved, and the ones that are most friendly for there to be business done without being, uh, mind am remember, folks when they're talking about mining. It's stealing cute. They're stealing your money. So think of it this someone's taking money from your wallet. Well, that's like nice. Cute word mining is stealing. So the new coins are a lot harder to do that with and those are the ones that you want to look at. They have the better security mechanisms. And there's a lot of lot of them out there. And just which one are the big boys going to, you know, choose. You know who's Goldman Sachs and Morgan Morgan Stanley going to go with that's the question, So it's still a little bit like the wild Wild West out there in terms of Cryptocurrency, So that's why if you have some questions about how much of your portfolio should be allocated to things like this, should you even look at it at all because of the risk? Those are things that you can evaluate with Greg as part of your investment strategy back for our first five callers today we're going to do that complementary portfolio X ray for you. If you have questions about things like Cryptocurrency or whatever is in your portfolio right now. Is it keeping up with rising inflation? Are there some great opportunities in other sectors? This is your chance to address that with us here on advisors on call. Talk to Alex during the break here. You can set.

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06:48 min | 1 year ago

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"We put that whole list together. You can get over at commando dot com and let's see back to the phones. We go with Mary in Wilmington, North Carolina. Hi there, Mary. Hi Kim. It's such a note to speak with you today. Thank you so much for taking my call. You betcha. Longtime listener and your knowledge is so amazing. But what really touches me is how much you do for people. So often you do such amazing things for people and it's just very edifying. So thank you so much affection. Mike, wait. My question today is I, together with some family members and friends are involved in crypto investing, and we're beginning to question the legitimacy of the entities are working with. So the question is How can I tell if they're legitimate? And if not, are you aware of any resources we might be able to go to for help? So when you say you're investing in crypto, don't say the name of the crypto the name of the company or anything like that Correct. Uh, because then we get people who are going to check it out. And maybe they think that it's good and I don't want nobody to lose any money, okay? Right. How did you find in my boat? How did you find out about this? Well, One person in our group was just looking online for some information, and he went on Instagram and saw an ad by a person and well, they have a site. But he sent a message that he'd like to know more and gradually got involved to the point where he was going to invest some money. Okay, So so now What brings you to me today is Are you having trouble contacting this person or and how much money are we talking about? Well among seven people each individually We're probably we've talked. We've invested about $14,000 among seven people. So smaller amounts, however. When you invest the money just I mean, it grows so quickly. So like in in March, I invested $2000. And by May I had, like $40,000. So then the problem comes in when you try to withdraw money from your account. First of all, there's no telephone number. You can't speak to anyone and there's no address, so you can't write to anyone. Um, it's just, uh, an agent who Does not claim to be working for the other company. But you know you deposit your money in company A and then the you contact the agent, and then she works with you from there. But when you go to take out money, they say, Oh, no, you You can't take out money because you have to upgrade your account. Um, they don't. Initially There's no discussion of plan levels, no parameters, no expectations, but when he so okay, So let me I don't mean to cut you off because I want to. I want to answer ask you a few questions. And I may even bring Jeremy and on the conversation. Jimmy, can you turn your bike up? Mary Whenever I have questions about crypto I go to Jeremy. They're just letting you okay, So so So, Mary, can you transfer this to a different wallet? Uh, no. Okay, when you guys send up did you guys set up an actual wallet? Or did you just give your banking credentials are the deposit to this company? We set up an account and I don't know if that's considered a wallet. There's no the only thing you do is put in and when you try to take out you can't but we set up in account and we transfer the money into the company. Okay. It sounds like yeah. You don't have an actual wallet. So for you to get your money out, you're kind of at the mercy of this company. Exactly. So so Jeremy's or any recourse other than go onto the Internet Crime Complaint Center or anything, that would be my first step. There's no real way to get it back from these scammers. Okay, so they do claim I did contact the SEC. They're not registered, and they're supposedly an offshore account. Does that make a difference? As far as the Internet. No, uh, the FBI, will they? Actually, the FBI really does investigate everything that you put in there. I know it sounds strange because I didn't believe it myself until I spoke to a top get dog at the FBI. And I'm like, really You look at everything he's like, Yes. We actually look at every single note that goes into the given that crime complaint Center and so, um, so I would get as much documentation as I could together and see if there's something that you can maybe some recourse with that. And I think, Jeremy the big The rule of thumb is what stick with, um, well known brands, you know, Coin base if you're going to invest, Yeah. I mean, you have to be Go ahead, Mary Yes? I was going to say so. It is a red flag when we're just trying to get money. And they say, Oh, no, you can't because you have to put in more money in order to get money out. Yeah, yeah, that's that's a sign of a scam. Absolutely. I mean, you should not, You know what if they won't give you your money? They want you to give them more money to get your money out. Okay, that that's bad. Yeah, that's really would know that. Yes. Come on, Mary. You're smarter than that. Jeez, Louise Building is the first person that invested did get money out. So he felt comfortable. Oh, sure. You know what? Why not? Yes. I mean, there has to be a testimonial Mary. There has to be Some guy at the top who gets his money back. And you know if you want to send me somebody, I'll hold it for you Marry and then But you're going to have to give me more money to get the original money back. I'm just Yeah, letting you know that that that's the way that I'm going to be working with with all of you From now on. Gosh, I'm sorry that she got taken mirror. I am. I'm sorry for everybody else, You know, Stick with legit companies and don't Don't fall for these instagram ads, and it's a shame it really is a shame that they that they are taking advantage of people who just you know you're trying to make money says your investment. Luckily, you know 14,007 people or It is not crazy. I'm glad it wasn't over. 100,000. Mary. Thank you for your call. Do make that complaint at the Internet Crime Complaint Center to let them know everything that happened. All right, got to do a great tip. But first, this person that shows me brought to you by draft kings football is almost here. There's no better place.

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06:10 min | 1 year ago

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"That means that your mic is on green dot means that the mic in the camera is on Now, if you see any of these on and you're like, What the heck is that going on? Is that you? Look at your apps. And you check all your permissions. But speaking of apps, you probably have a ton of apps on your phone that she never even used. You downloaded a month. You fired him up a few times. Just remove them already. I mean, you don't know what kind of data it's collecting. Android phones. They don't have this native feature like the iPhones, But they do have a third party after duty news called Access dots that shows you when the phone's mic and camera are in use, And we've got more information about both. Of course, over at commander dot com and in just a few moments, I want you to set up your account as if you were going to be hacked. And before we get to that, Stephen In Saginaw, Michigan. Hi there, Stephen. Kim. Hello. Thank you very much for taking my call. Oh, you bet your how can I? How can I lend a hand? Well can my wife and I are at a point in our parental careers here where our daughters entering high school and we are considering purchasing her her first smartphone. Wait, Whoa, wait. Well, really honest, honest. How did you get away with that? Um, well, it was tough. Let me tell you, um many young people in grade school and junior high have headphones for many years. Right? So it was tough, Okay? It was tough. Um, but we made it right. But now entering high school, you know her teachers are using these devices for whatever reasons in their classes and so forth. Um, So we're considering, um, purchasing your one and, you know, eventually, we knew. You know, technology is something you can't avoid forever and to be successful, right? You need to So we're looking for, um, some some sort of parental controls to put on the phone. Um and I've done some research and I've seen something that seems some negative things uncertain apps and so forth. So I wanted to contact you and ask your opinion and What you would recommend if you had any ideas on what we could do. Well, you know, it's a common question. I have to tell you when this happens in my family, everybody comes to me, right? It's like, okay. What do I do now? And you've got all kinds of options, right? I mean anything from the good old standard like net nanny. You've got studio You got bark. You can put a spine program on there and All across the board. Um But I'll tell you what I'm really impressed with and it and it has taken them since 2007 to perfect it. I mean, and it's but I think it's finally finally here is that Apple has has has done it. Okay, They have given decent parental controls For once on an iPhone and IOS and where you can keep track of the usage. You can set screen time limits. You can, uh, take time away. There's something called downtime. You can choose Which apps that they use. You can make sure that she doesn't download any other apps. You can decide who they can talk to. You can make sure that what they see as appropriate, you can create app limits. So you know what's going to happen is that she's gonna want tiktok or Snapchat. You know that, Okay? Yes, Absolutely. So you can you know you can set it up so that this way she can only use it for certain times of the day or just maybe 15 minutes a day or whatever it may be. But what I like about it is that it's built into the operating system. So we're not putting a third party on it where somebody can get around it right. So so and it's but it's taken them this long to do it, right. I mean, think about that. Since 2007. We've been clamoring for parental controls on an iPhone. Okay, I'm right And now it's finally here and I would feel safe and recommending to you that you get your daughter iPhone. S e. Whatever it may be. Don't buy it this week. Wait until if you can wait until after September. 13th 14th. And the reason why is that there's going to be new iPhones that are announced. And so so every time that new iPhones come out is that the older ones get like a 17 to 23% drop in price, So if you can hold off just two more weeks. Then then you'll be able to get, you know, Get her an iPhone 12 instead of the 13. And then she'll, you know, with little phone. She doesn't. She doesn't have big hands. And you know so all that. You know all that stuff that you take into consideration. And but And then in addition to that, uh, you know you guys are if you're on iPhones and you have find my friends. So you can see exactly where she is. I mean, it's just It's just It's just built all into it right now. Now, uh, if you're an android, Are you on Android? No, we are iPhone. Okay, good. I was gonna say if you're on android. We don't have that. That's not a possibility. So that's where we That's where we're going to start looking at third party s. So if you go to apple dot com slash family Is that's where you'll see all the parental controls that are built into the OS. You know, they don't really promote this. They really should. And I know somebody right now and saying You're just talking about apple because their response to your show, Okay. I wish they were a sponsor. I think that they should be responsible. If you know anybody. Cupertino, send them my way. Please. I'd love to have him as a sponsor, you know? But if you're on android you that's where you have to look at some of those third party. Those third party applications that as you said, there's a lot of pluses and minuses, and it works with one version of Android doesn't work so well with the next version. It comes out and it's just all nicely integrated tightly bound right into the operating system right now, which You know it took him a long time to get to that. But they really are so learn more over at apple dot com slash family. All right. It's time now for our security tip, and Stephen, Thank you for your call and your trust in me..

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2 San Bernardino Officers Injured in Shootout; Suspect in Deputy Shooting Killed

"While apprehending the man believed to have ambushed a sheriff's deputy On Tuesday. Two SWAT officers were wounded when the suspect urban Allah Kong opened fire on the officers were rushed to the hospital. One rushed into surgery, both expected to survive, as is the deputy attacked on Tuesday. Police chief Eric McBride says Ali Khan, a known gang member, has a very extensive, very violent criminal history. McBride saying the attack a sign of the Times, burgers, a police officer this year alone are up nearly 20% across the country and here we are in two days having three officers shot in the city, so I think that's something to be said the suspect was killed in a shootout with officers. Jim Rope K. ABC News A South

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CDC Reports Decline in Vaccine Effectiveness, Prompting Booster Decision

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00:18 sec | 1 year ago

CDC Reports Decline in Vaccine Effectiveness, Prompting Booster Decision

"Possibly as early as today. The U. S. Is expected to recommend an extra dose of the covid vaccine for all Americans eight months after their second shot. The decision comes after preliminary evidence shows that the vaccine's effectiveness starts to drop within months. For now. Only the immuno compromised are being told to get a booster

California Deputy Shot During Attempted Traffic Stop

KTLA Morning News

01:56 min | 1 year ago

California Deputy Shot During Attempted Traffic Stop

White House to recommend COVID vaccine booster shots

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00:13 sec | 1 year ago

White House to recommend COVID vaccine booster shots

"The White House is expected to throw support behind plans for most Americans to get Covid vaccine booster shots. Health officials within the administration are reportedly pushing for people to get those booster shots about eight months after being fully

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Sony’s ‘Hotel Transylvania 4’ Heads to Amazon, Will Skip Theaters

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00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Sony’s ‘Hotel Transylvania 4’ Heads to Amazon, Will Skip Theaters

"What are you talking about? Your dad never really thought of me as part of the family all because I'm not a monster. The next hotel Transylvania movie reportedly skipping theaters going straight to streaming. That's all. According to variety. Sony Pictures in Amazon are close to a deal worth over $100 million to bring the fourth installment to Amazon Prime It was scheduled to hit theaters on October 1st. The movie franchise has been a monster hit, with families grossing more than $1.3 million. But with covid cases surging and still no vaccine for kids, family movies have been a challenge for studios

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Rescue Efforts Underway After Deadly Haiti Earthquake

790 KABC

01:52 min | 1 year ago

Rescue Efforts Underway After Deadly Haiti Earthquake

"1300 people are dead. After a 7.2 magnitude earthquake rocked Haiti over the weekend this morning. Search crews are scrambling to find any possible survivors. As the area gets ready for potentially strong storms. K two a five Salina boat and joining us now live with the latest Alina. Good morning. Chris Megan. Good morning. As you can imagine, the Haitian government has declared a state of emergency and as you just mentioned 1300 people are dead and 5700 people are injured. Uh, yeah. This is a look at the recovery efforts. Now excavators are being used to pull the heavy concrete off a very devastating sight. As you see, being zoo see people being pulled From the rubble. This was a 7.2 magnitude quake that struck Saturday morning and has destroyed more than 13,000 homes and destroyed equally as many the destruction has pushed hospitals to the brink and most roads that would typically carry vital supplies is blocked. Survivors in some areas are sheltering in place or in the streets or in soccer fields with very few of their salvage belongings with them. Unfortunately, the devastation could soon worsened. With tropical storm grace on the horizon. The storm is expected to make landfall Monday night. It could bring heavy rain, flooding and landslides. The earthquake is the latest challenge for the struggling island nation. Haiti is still reeling from the fallout of the 7.7 point zero earthquake that killed more than 200,000. People in 2000 and 10. Now take a look at this President Joe Biden, writing over the weekend. He is devastated by this quake. Saying, We send our deepest condolences to all of those who have lost loved ones or saw their homes and businesses destroyed. I have authorized immediate US response. Now the U. S. Coast Guard is also in Haiti to transport supplies Also to transport the injured to places where they can be treated.

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"W J R 7 60 A M Portland K x. L 11.1. I found. I have that right? And I believe New York. Yeah, You've got the W. O R in New York City, which, with us having a new office there at the World Trade Center. This one means a lot. You're gonna get a lot of like, I'd say you're gonna get a lot of Eastern Pennsylvania calls New Jersey. You'll get a ton from New York were working on more licenses because we know more stations are going to pick up the show. So we're trying to be licensed in all 50 states here will soon so if you've ever Called and we're told we're not in that state. Be very, uh, be on on site ready to rock and roll Because we're gonna be calling all you guys back. We have a predictive dialer system that's going to alert us once were approved to reach back out to you guys to get these things done, But I like this. Portland, Oregon, the home of Dame Lillard. For now, For now, we're gonna try to pluck them down here in l A. I'm trying. So I'm trying to recruit him to I'm trying to reach out as much as I can. Because I want the guy But meanwhile kxl one at 1.1. You guys are getting us a lot of calls. Thank you. Detroit, Michigan. WJR can't wait to see more Michigan calls coming in to 855 on radio, But across the whole United States, people are getting excited. People are loving the 30 year fixed. They get the great rate. Look at the special offer. 30 Year fixed conventional drop down the 2.25%. That's right, 2.25%, the A P. R is at 2.4%. I love this deal because you're not paying lender fees like origination, ray lock, admin fees processing him. Its underwriting heads. That's lender fees like that's internal fees. They should pay that you shouldn't have to be charged for that. And then you guys that want it done quick. No one wants a slow process. I've never heard anyone call in and ask for the slowly and you guys want this done today. So for people that want a 10 day close network Capital is the perfect fit. I'm going to give you their phone number twice. Have your phone's ready. The market just dropped. Who knows how long this is going to last, But we're going to take forward vantage today. Here's the number 855 on radio 855 on radio. Gerson called that number. Who's he? I'm going to tell you He is a real nice person because you and I have talked about this. We are We aren't review people we read reviews. But even if we have a great experience at at a restaurant or going to, you know, a tailor a grocery store, we don't sit down and write a review. Gerson did, and so did 5000 other folks who have done alone or refi with network capital and posted a five star review online. And I just wanted to share his because I love it. I don't want to pick favorites. But I love this one. You can find reviews if you're a review person, and I am I read so many reviews. Oh my gosh. I don't buy detergent on Amazon without reading two dozen reviews anyway, the reviews about network capital or wherever you think they'd be Yelp Trust Link Facebook, the better Business Bureau, the consumer affairs website Anyway, Gerson is out in Richmond, California. He listens to our show on the San Francisco station case. FL. That's 5, 60 A. M and I just wanted to share what he had to say. Because it just makes me happy. Hi, everyone. First of all I want to say thank you so much. Gabriel Flores and Jason Aquino. Great professional organized teamwork. I could say the gurus of home mortgages. I thought that and move into a conventional loan would be impossible for me. But after I talk to Gabriel, something told me inside. That he was the right person to work with it. He's got a lot of knowledge about home mortgages. Gabriel was very patient. Polite, disciplined, He explained to me in detail my options about refinance in a very short time, I was celebrating with my wife. Our new loan will be saving thousands of dollars every year. If you're planning to refinance your home, I highly recommend Gabriel Flores. Promise you will not be disappointed. Also many thanks to network Capital funding will a huge thank you back to you, ger son. I hope I'm pronouncing that correctly. I cannot tell you how much Gabriel Flores and Jason Aquino appreciate this. They are so happy that you called network capital at 855. On radio and that you and your wife got to celebrate that you felt like Gabriel and days and work gurus. It's just all great. Yeah, This one felt really good games. A good friend of mine from the Miami office. Any time I go to visit and make sure I reach out the game we call the Miami squirrel. So if you guys get him on the phone, have some fun with that. He'll know it came from me. I love talking some smack. I love giving you guys some inside information from behind the scenes would like to have a little bit of fun. Can't always just be about rates and savings and cashing out and results reviews. Gonna have a little bit of fun. But at the end of the day, what you guys are really excited about is the rates The rage just dropped on 30 year fixed. Just last week. We were advertising 2.5%. So it was great. It was working really good. But here's what happened. Rates just dropped. There's been a lot of market news, a lot of pressure, a lot of things pushing in the direction that now is the perfect time. For homeowners to say yes whether it's just a simple rate reduction. Or if you guys want to cash on eliminate deaths. Maybe even do this idea cash out, Pull a bunch of money out, still pay less per month on your mortgage and then upgrade the property. I used the story a couple weeks ago. My whole neighborhood seems to be doing the home improvements right now. It's just there's the pot in everybody's driveway right now storing all their garage stuff. They're doing the epoxy floors, the repainting everybody's getting on the action because rates are low cash is easy to get, and people are fine. Now that you don't have to pay extra per month in a lot of these cases by pulling some cash out, people are getting the trifecta at the lower rate, the lower payment and cash in hand. I'll take that deal every single time, so reach out today. I wish I could tell you guys, this is going to last forever, and you can go at your own pace. And, you know, there's really no pressure. No rush, but I'd be misleading. You guys, We got to take full advantage. You know, I wish every single listener right now would reach out to this phone number tried on for size, see if it makes sense. And if it does Put all chips in the direction of saying yes, rates are low. Cash is easy to get. It's time for us to win. Here's the number 855 on radio 855 on radio listeners who have called that number in the past are.

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"855 on radio, I'm already thinking down the road. I'm thinking big picture. Do I need cash? At some point? What about home improvements? What about my car? Do I want to buy the car? Do I want to finance and take a higher rate than I can get through my house right here Right now we have some cold. And some accolades. Some results reviews were going to showcase. Why now is the time 30 Year fixed is that 2.25% Let me circle back. 30 year fixed conventional 2.25% the AP ours down the 2.4%, and you could register these loans right here Right now. Here's the number. 855 on radio 855 on radio again. Mortgage bankers are standing by live at 855 on radio. That's 8550 n r a D I O and Sean, You just explain so well how you got to that figure average savings for folks who call that number during the show $550 a month. $6600 a year and that's not bad. I mean, I think all of us would love to have an extra $6600 a year. But what really gets the phone's ringing is not an average, but every week you bring some actual real life results from collars to give listeners a sense of what might be possible for them, and I Assume you got some good ones this week. Yeah. Let me let me go through these. Let's see, I got one. It saves almost 1300 month. Another one at 14 50. Another one at 21 50 actually, let's go. This one. Here we go. Here we go. Yeah, I like this one. This is actually a new guy on my team. This was his first call. Like how lucky is this kid Justin Johnson that he got this deal as his first inbound call from the mortgage radio show in San Francisco. Ksfo 5 60 am radio. The caller wanted a 30 year fixed, So we went 30 year fixed the 30 year fixed. Got him an escrow refund. Next better house payments in September. This thing closed in just 10 business days. Now, here's the cool savings and how we got the real benefit, cashed out and paid off 41,400 rough dollars in credit card debt, cashed out and paid off almost $12,000 on a on a lending club installment loan. If you have Lendingclub net credit Any type of personal loan. This is a great opportunity to get out from that debt. The rate is going to be terrible. You're going to be able to save an alarming amount of money when you switched to fixed with the house. Now, here's another thing. They did cashed out and took out over $51,000 for home improvements. So you're thinking already. Okay. After all that cash out, the payment probably went up. The payment went down 1000. $713 a month. 320,000 over the life of the loans. Let me ask you guys, if you could get a fresh start, you can increase your credit scores. You can get rid of all of your debt. You can also get some cash to do home improvements and you pay less. Would you guys say yes to that? Would you agree to that deal? Because I would I'll take two. If you would be down with some ideas like this. Call these guys. They're called Network Capital. They lend their own money. They're in control of their products and process. This was a safe secured conventional 30 year. Fixed what's also great. They get a month off the mortgage. They got an escrow refund they could put to good use, and they got a better rate. It's like the gift that keeps on giving the next time they need credit. They'll get better rates from this maneuver. Here's the number 855 on radio 855.

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Express VPN dot com slash ben already? So The bosses at Lululemon. They must have thought that they were going to be okay. They must have thought that everything was going to be fine. After all. They've spent the last several years virtue, signaling on a wide variety of issues. You may recall that just last year, Lululemon came under fire after they tweeted out that it was time to de colonized gender. And it was time to resist to capitalism. Remember, it was an event that was featured in an Instagram post in which Lululemon recommended other accounts to follow, including the host of the workshop, a person named Rebbe current Yo guns. That yoga instructor is a US based brand, ambassador for the firm. A lot of people have time pointed out, Lulu Lemon tells $100 pairs of yoga pants. By the way, quick sideswipe of yoga pants, not actual clothing. In any case, Lululemon cells, he's very overpriced yoga pants to middle income to upper income women with dispensable capital. And they were ripping on capitalism. And that's not where the virtue signalling you woke virtue signaling ended. Of course, you'll remember that the Lulu lemon was a big pusher in the black lives matter movement. They started putting out the Black Square and they started. Telling everybody at their company. They had to sort of mirror the corporate message. Well, now, now, the woke come for the ask not for whom the will come. They will come for the Lululemon and my yoga pants. According to business insider in spring, 2020. Days after the murder of George Floyd, High level Lululemon manager told the team of designers and copywriters she wanted to put all lives matter at the top of Lululemon's website. Black lives matter. Demonstrations across North America, Google Lemon have been scrambling in his Vancouver, British Columbia headquarters to craft a response to the events suddenly dominating the news cycle. Over the course of the afternoon On June 1st, the company put together a task force to develop copy and graphics to present the top brass and quickly published to its website. The team of about 10 employees to spend hours mocking up a version of the homepage featuring black lives matter as the headline because you remember it is very important in the modern age that every major corporation mirror whatever is the woke priority of the day. I know most of you. You really didn't care whether yoga pants company was signaling about black lives mattering, particularly yoga pants company that largely caters to upper class white ladies, But it was very important to Lulu Lemon that they do. This was very important that they signal to everyone. How much that company that makes Over priced extremely tight fitting bottoms. How they single about systemic American police racism. Supposedly they were interrupted by a manager, however, according to four former current employees and current employees close to the matter. It is so amazing how the inside outside game networks at these corporations, It really is incredible. All you have to have a couple of employees ago and leaked to the media and the media suggest that your company is racist or sexist or bigoted in some way and then You're not allowed to fire those people because, of course, these are good hearted whistleblowers. You're not allowed to look for the folks who are trying to destroy your company from the outside and run your company based on this inside outside game. All you have to do is craft media response from the inside these leakers. Suddenly, the entire corporate structure is going to be responding to 21 year old interns. That's how all this works. So that's the story of Lululemon. A bunch of people leaked to business insider, they said the manager, a director, who they added, had not been previously involved in the project demanded that the group used new approved copy near the beginning of the proposed text. The phrase all lives matter appeared in capital letters. We're not writing black lives matter. That's not where we're at, the director told the group, according to two employees present in the room after significant debate the employees, several of whom are black, indigenous and people of color. Agreed to create two designs to present leadership. One with all lives matter. Another with black lives matter, while black lives matter was ultimately selected. An employee who was involved in the homepage project said they felt triggered and traumatized and described it as one of the most disgusting moments in their time at Lululemon. My God. The yoga pants company, a person about their final policy mirror the policy priorities of these people of color who are low level staffers inside the company. Finally, the company agreed with the low level staffers were people of color. Now leaking to the media. But the fact that somebody even pushed back it was just devastating. You cannot have pushed back in the corporate world. All must be ousted. All must be destroyed. After all of these black employees, all of these people of color said, We cannot go forward with this. And please don't make us have to mock this up for you and her saying we have to do it. It was a very traumatic experience. It's unbelievable. They had to write the words all lives matter. In a mock up that they didn't use. Uh oh, the heart flutters at the level of threat faced by these employees at a yoga pants company. Lemon. Then it ended up putting out word. An instagram post. The ted words have power actions have more power. Many corporations stumbled in their internal and external communication after the murder of George Floyd. But even before spring, 2020 all lives matter have been widely recognized as a phrase that downplayed the Black lives matter movement. The director was given the chance to apologize to a group of about 200 copywriters designers and photographers on a conference call. Ah, feet of obligatory internal now struggle session. We have to make sure that this director New He had sinned and he will auto moon. Many of these copywriters designers and photographers were unaware of the events which the director was apologizing. Which, of course, is part and parcel of all of this. It's not directed just at the director. Of course, it is directed at all of the low level employees will shut up or face the same treatment. Director left Lululemon shortly after the apologies. He made the apology and then he left. So you didn't get the benefit of the.

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Shapiro become a member today. There's a sort of bumper sticker that's been going around in Florida because Governor Rhonda Santis is very popular. Florida has gotten a lot better. Even it has gotten demographically Browner, which is kind of amazing rebuttal to the left wing notion, the demographics are destiny. There's this bumper sticker that's been going around. Which is make America Florida There's another one going around. Don't California, My Florida If America were more like Florida. What that would mean is that Californians get to live as they wish to live. It would also mean that Floridians get to live as they wish to live. If Florida would become more like California that because the federal government is cramming down a particular set of standards and practices on Floridians that they do not want only one direction. Is this authoritarian. I saw that There are a lot of people on the left, who are bizarrely surprised at the fact that Clarence Thomas, the most conservative justice on the Supreme Court, had made statements about how the federal government really should not be in the business of regulating marijuana. I'm not sure why they're surprised by that. That's been Clarence Thomas's position for quite a while. I'm not sure why there are so many people surprised by this. National Review has been in favor of decriminalizing marijuana use for decades at this point, why? Because if you are on the right, one of the things that you rely upon to maintain the ability to live, a liberty driven lifestyle is more libertarian perspective on government. The left does not have any such compunction. Left deeply desires to cram down its own worldview on everybody else to understand when we talk about a cold civil war. This is not even handed civil war in which both sides want similar things from the other side. Very much the opposite. Right, typically wants to be left alone and left. It does not want to leave the right alone. You can see this into the country coming apart on every major and minor issue of today, particularly on social issues. If you see the map getting more polarized, that is because the social left has been on the march. It's not the economic left. Yes, Obama can make a difference. But Obamacare was not the great breaking point in the United States. The great breaking point in the United States was the recapitulation of American politics in terms of radical social policy that alienated the entire middle of the country. And it continues apace. So when the when the left says, Why are you paying attention to social issues? The answer is because we see what you are coming to. Do We see what you want from us. So to take an example. Let's talk about the issue of race in the United States. Okay, so in order for us to live in a common policy, we have to Understand certain basic agreement, right? Even if you believe in a sort of federalist perspective, the libertarian perspective there have to be certain basic premises, which is that we all share a country for a reason and that the country Is rooted in some fundamental good if you believe that the country is fundamentally bad and wrong, and it needs to be completely remain, particularly along authoritarian lines, well, that is going to lead to conflict. Half the country cheers that second perspective at this point Which is why you see Gwen Barry making national news. We now live in a country where you become more rich and more famous for boycotting the national anthem, then you do for simply standing up for the national anthem. In baseball in the 19 seventies. There is this very famous circumstance for Rick Monday was an outfielder at the time for the Chicago Cubs. It is a Wrigley Field and Rick Monday when two and and grabbed there was a guy trying to he ran onto the field. He's trying to burn American flag. Rick Monday came over and grabbed the American flag away from him, and he was cheered for this. Today. The player himself would be lighting the American flag on fire in the outfield and the media would be cheering for him. So when Barry has made international headlines because at the Olympic trials, she decided to turn her face away from the flag and to make faces during the national anthem and then to post about what a courageous fighter she was. The reason why we are all paying attention to you when Barry is because you want us to pay attention to you. You want the attention? Quick path to fame and riches in the United States is to crap all over the flag, not to pay attention to the flag. Being patriotic is considered wrote and hackneyed. Burning the flag is considered forward thinking and wonderful by at least half the country, which means there can't be any sort of unified policy. There have to be some things that we agree on on a broad level. And by the way, if you're if you're representing the United States, and for example, the Pan American games as Gwen Berry did, right, she she did in 2019, and she got In hot water with the International Olympic Committee, the United States Olympic Committee specifically because she decided that she was going to raise her fist during the national anthem in protest of something or other And then the New York Times get for space right? Because that is how this works, so she's been attempting to get attention for this sort of stuff for for quite a while. Despite the fact that one Berry has lived a pretty amazing life in the United States, as it turns out, one very grew up in her grandparents home. There were 13 people in the home. In her grandmother's home. And then she had a baby out of wedlock at the age of 15 got a scholarship to go to Southern Illinois University, and she's made a career ever since throwing a hammer. That's kind of an amazing thing in the United States. I don't hear a lot of stories like that in other places, but The utter and gratitude is the point..

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Biden came out and announced a deal had been reached on infrastructure. Yeah, Okay, So first of all, let me just note America's infrastructure is not in serious trouble. The notion that America's infrastructure It's just awful and bad in every way. Just horrifying. It's not true. The vast majority of America's roads and bridges are pretty okay. And the vast majority of the ones that are really not doing well are ones that are in particular states, which means they really should be state costs, not federal costs, like the notion that we have much worse infrastructure than anywhere else on Earth, or that we really need just Who are like a trillion dollars minimum $2 trillion into infrastructure is just not correct. But this has become sort of the go to whenever you are a member of government and you just want to blow money into things. All you do is just say infrastructure because this is something people on a basic level. Understand, Right? We all sort of understand that the government has a hand in building roads, for example. Because the roads connect all sorts of different communities. And so you want the government to shoulder the cost of what is in effect. A non excludable non rivalrous. Good, right? We all sort of get that the roads are At the very least, a public good something the government dies. We we understand that the government helping to foment the placing of broadband even is something that benefits a lot of Americans, although if you just deregulated. The truth is a lot of these companies can pay for it themselves. But we all sort of get the idea that the government should be involved with certain extent in the infrastructure projects as public goods are typically Again non excludable, non rivalrous goods in which private people sometimes can't agree. Okay, So does that mean that the federal government needs to spend hundreds of billions of dollars right now on this stuff in the middle of a giant inflationary spiral, in which we have a shortage of materials and a shortage of labor? Of course not. Of course not. But this has become Joe Biden's big bipartisan push because he figures that if he can get Republicans on board for infrastructure, then he can pretend that he is a bipartisan president when in fact, he's an extremely partisan president. Now. They already passed fairly recently. A bipartisan bill they're supposed to Send a bunch of money sort of quote unquote research and development directed at fighting against China, and it passed with wide bipartisan support, even though again, it is a giant pork bill. There's another giant pork bill. Now Republicans if they had any brains be like, Nope. Not interested because the reality is that you aren't going to spend a lot more money than we would like you to spend if you're going to do that, you can do that on your own and truly if you want to blow out the deficit for no appreciable gain. You can just do that on your own right? Make you use reconciliation for it. If you want to break the filibuster, and you're gonna have to do it through the budget process because you only have two or maybe three of those per year waste a bullet on on this infrastructure package and let you own it. But no, We have to have the quote unquote moderate wing of the Republican Party, including people like Susan Collins and Mitt Romney, who decide that it's important to lend bipartisan cover to Joe Biden. Now here's the thing. They're being played there. Obviously being played. I'll explain how in just one minute so According to The New York Times. President Biden struck an infrastructure deal on Thursday with a bipartisan group of senators signing onto their plan to provide about $579 billion in new investments in roads, broadband Internet, electric utilities and other projects in hopes of moving a crucial crucial piece of the economic agenda through Congress. Biden's endorsement marks a breakthrough in his efforts to forge an infrastructure compromise. But here's the thing it was far from a guarantee the package would be enacted. Both the president and top Democrats say the plan, which constitutes a fraction of the $4 trillion economic proposal, Biden has put forth can only move together with a much larger package of spending and tax increases. Democrats are planning to try to push through Congress unilaterally over the opposition of Republicans. So here is what Biden is doing, and this is why these Republicans are just adult. What he's doing is he's bifurcating. This package is saying What if we pass this part here with bipartisan support, But I'm only gonna signed bipartisan part. If you guys allow me to vote on and sign this giant other package. Well, that's the same thing is just putting it all in the same package. What are you talking about? So in other words, he's gonna get pretty much what he wants, and he's gonna get the veil of bipartisanship at the same time. So here is Joe Biden announcing We have a deal. We had a, uh, really good meeting and answer a direct question. We have a deal, and, uh, I think it's really important. We've all agreed that, uh None of us got what we always if we wanted. I clearly didn't get all I wanted. They gave more than I think maybe there were inclined to give in the first place. This reminds me of the days we used to get awful lot done up in the United States Congress, we actually work. We had five parts. Leo. Yeah,.

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"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"kabc" Discussed on 790 KABC

"A time. Del Bombs Lee, Welcome back to Dell wants the radio show with me here today is Candace and Corey Muldrow from Dallas, Texas. They're going to be sharing their property with us on the multi family Masters tour September 3rd. I believe that to Friday and then September 4th, they'll be at the wealth and passive income Expo. This is the largest In person gathering real estate investors in the country and typically, we had there. I think the small, swooning over half was 3500 largest 5000 people between three and 5000 people every time we get together, so it's quite a few investors. In fact, guys, you being lead investors. Are you going to get to going into the place where your network in the big networking auditorium Absolutely. You can't miss that one. Yeah, that's one of our favorite parts of Expo and all that they are partners. You know that It really blows my mind being that? Hey. You know, I'm part of the group that created it. But we started out that thing where we let people walk across the stage, introduce themselves, and I think we could only get 100 people up. There we go. This isn't going to work. And then we came up the idea of letting people have tables and then there'll be chairs and places to sit and were able to get it up to about 150 tables will go. That's not going to work. And last year we just took all the chairs way just nothing but tables. The whole auditorium got 250 tables in there, and that's all the leads. We could let in there at the time was 250 leads at a time which in my mind just blew my mind. Here's 250 people offering real estate deals available to people just ungodly sums. Were you guys in there last year? Absolutely were. That's about our third or fourth. You're doing it. Um, so that is not commit event at Expo for sure, because it's an opportunity to speak directly to the week. Investors. Um it's an opportunity for us to meet the passive investors. So that is something of huge value that you know, we look forward to for sure, every year. Not to mention along with that all the value that goes on there. There's also all the training classes, breakout rooms for additional training classes. It's just a tremendous amount of stuff for people to do and to learn. Actually, you probably picked two or three years were the training and learning up in 12 days there, especially if you do the bus tour with it, because that's just like leaps and bounds information. Exactly drinking water from a fire hose. Yeah, I've ever said that before we go into this thing here. We talked about your training wheels. Deal. The 18 units, Okay. And you sold that deal. I take it Yes, sir. Okay, So tell us about your next to you. The next deal was is 100 and two unit property 1970 Prevent Ege. It's also in Arley Sandwich. We loved Arlington sub market. This was a deal would determine as a yield flash hybrid. Basically, it was just a It was a great property in a great location right across the street from an elementary school high traffic road nearby. Um, it's near the General Motors factory. Um The problem. It was just being mismanaged, and it made a fresh capital infusion, the kind of freshen up things on the outside and just overall improvement in operation. And that's the play with that is we came in, and we found some the low hanging fruit. We we, We improve the rug conversion, which is basically ratio utility building. Because they weren't getting the rub done correctly. We started. We implemented Reserve party so that the residents can know exactly where they're going to be parking when they get home for at night, and you know, from working all day we implemented washer and dryer leasing so that the residents don't have to go to an outside vendor to least watching dryers. I mean, we got him right there for him. So we found the thing too. Improve the property operations and improving the resin experience. Yeah, it's interesting because that's you go through that for people. They're just listening to this from the outside in and don't really understand the industry, each one of those items that he improved the life quality lifestyle of the tenants of the residents. He also added income to the bottom line and adding incomes of the bottom line does more than just give you cash flow. It adds to the value of the property properties values based on its net operating income. So those are all important things now. Is this the one we're going to be seeing or do you have another one? We're going to be seen. We're also in the middle of a huge deep value play on a 256 unit property that we closed on in March. It's undergoing a $3.5 million renovation. I don't think that was going to be ready in time, but I think there's a 50 50 chance. But I think we're going to probably go and see Belmont place because that's the one that's already done. And it's coming along like a like a like a Corvette at Gotcha. Do you have before and after pictures of this? Yes, we do. Yeah, I do. It's always nice to be able to see the changes people have made on these road trips. It gives people great insight as to what can be done and then really what it looks like, You know, it's hard for me. I don't have that artistic perception to be able to look at something all torn up and go while this could be beautiful. I just can't see that I got to see a picture of it done, so I always had to have somebody else. Do all that preemptive thinking, But I can't do it. In fact, when I had John Ridgway, don't you guys remember John Ridgway or not? But John was my partner for a long time. And John and I together each of its been in the real estate business for 25 years each and it took us four weeks of fighting to figure out what color we're going to paint. The first department we brought together. We couldn't decide. Never bring to bees to a decision, right? It just doesn't get done. So when you show us this one here, let's talk about some of the financial upgrades you've made. What do the rent go from what they go to? And what did that mean to you in the bottom line type thing? So basically, we took the rents from probably about Okay, So the average score feet or about 1100 as this property there almost like the size of houses. That's what begins. These these units are so we took the average grants from about 96 Census Square foot up to about a dollar 10 square foot, so that's roughly 10% increase. So if you guys remember the Earth Triangle, you know, basically you increase your and a lot of 10%, then get a substantial pop on your value. So we've been getting some evaluations, and I think we can potentially probably realized a pretty substantial value increase if we were to decide to execute our business plan early. Have you ever put pencil to that to see what kind of numbers that would look like? Don't want to give it away just yet, because I haven't talked to our partners yet. So I don't want to get too much of that away. All right. You better have it forced by the time we get there, that's for sure. You know, we want to know the world wants to know when E F. Hutton speaks. We all listen. We'll have to have the conversation with our investors. Definitely. Before that. We can release that information. All right. Well, would that stand off? We'll go to make another break. And when we come back, let's talk about where you guys are going in the future and to see what you have been planned for yourself in mind. Now, from the files of Dell Wamsley, you can go buy yourself a building. You can go by yourself any type of commercial building and land and just lease it back to a triple, at least trouble. That means you don't pay for anything. You don't pay taxes, insurance, maintenance or repair nothing. As long as the tenants in there, they're paying for everything that comes up so There's a no touch type investment..

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