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Why Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Require Two Shots

WBZ Afternoon News

01:02 min | Last month

Why Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Require Two Shots

"Were accustomed to require a single injection with a booster several years or even decades later, Why do the coded vaccines currently in use to require two doses? Andrew Peck Kash, vaccine expert at Johns Hopkins explains with Corona viruses. We have no immunity. So the first time your body sees the Santa Jin. It recognizes it is foreign, but it doesn't really go to the EMP degree in terms of making antibody responses. It makes some And actually this vaccine makes a significant amount. But it's really the second time you see the an Injun that your body now says. All right, this is foreign and I'm seeing it again. Now. This is really a threat. So now I'm going toe increase my amount of antibodies that I'm making and really generate a large, strong amount of antibodies. Hecker says. Most childhood vaccines do require a couple of doses. And the flu vaccine requires a single dose yearly because most of us have had some previous exposure to influenza at Johns Hopkins. I'm Elizabeth Tracy.

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"kash" Discussed on Collective Insights

Collective Insights

04:35 min | 3 months ago

"kash" Discussed on Collective Insights

"It with more grace another element of that was this your mom's openness because of her connection and you made this connection between her praying five times a day as a muslim is her form of meditation and then plant. Medicine is restarted. The conversation here. It's a catalyst right. You don't necessarily need the plants to connect to that higher self that truth with a capital t. But they are a tool to get there a little quicker. But this daily meditation. Practice is also a tool. That's a very profound thing you just said because i've seen people do iowa aska and almost rely on it and they want to go back to school every year. They'll go back for top because they feel they're not in in touch and that's because they're not doing daily practices you know the the thing iowa's to the unlocks things are already so essentially you are the mason iowa oscar iowa's just pointing you and giving you the tools to unlock your own medicine. You know so. I mean essentially all eh drink a cup and then come back home and go through eventually. Come back home all the changes i made. I made them myself. So this is why. It's really important to understand. First of all intention tension and second of all integration. So what are your intentions. The medicine why are you doing it. Are you really ready for. Are you really prepared for this. Are you giving it the respected deserves and having clear focus. Mind and going in like you said gratitude not with fear with a real sense of purpose wanting to heal. You need to really want to for it to heal you. You know you're going with fear and you're really not confident you're going to have a really hard time and might not give you all the benefits so i think like you said going in with gratitude is a great one just to be grateful to be there and then coming event as again showing the plant the most respect by integrating everything is taught you when you coming back to your day to day life however you know going to take these teachings and adopted into your day to day life. Are you going to eat better. Are you going to be kind. You're yourself are you going to slow down. Are you going to take more time for self care meditate. You've got all these kind of things because ultimately the things that we need to do to heal you know this. This medicine only lasts for one or two nights and the rest of your life is. You're by yourself. So i think that's a great message you're seeing. I think that's my mom's teaching me almost. Because i forgot that she's so an an elaine. Because i'm just assuming implant medicine. I'm up here and i want you to come and join me but i'm forgetting already up there. Because she's been practicing meditation for years and years and years and i also believe in a weird way. Our prayers are probably what saved me..

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President Donald Trump to visit Oshkosh airfield during Democratic convention

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

President Donald Trump to visit Oshkosh airfield during Democratic convention

"Trump will be holding a rally this week in Wisconsin. Correspondent Jim Roop has details President will be in Ash Kash Monday night opening night of the DNC and will most likely pepper has addressed to supporters with what he believes are Joe Biden's false and foibles will take some swipes at running made Kamala Harris to during the rally. There are no other details about the campaign stops during that week along Democratic convention but reportedly Wednesday, the same night Harris will address the convention vice president Mike Pence will be in Wisconsin

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Trump says he is speaking at Oshkosh rally on Monday

Heino's Home Show

00:28 sec | 6 months ago

Trump says he is speaking at Oshkosh rally on Monday

"Will be holding a rally this week in Wisconsin. Correspondent Jim Roop has detail the president will be in Ash Kash Monday night opening night of the DNC and will most likely pepper has addressed to supporters with what he believes are. Joe Biden's faults and foibles will take some swipes at running made Kamala Harris to during the rally. There are no other details about the campaign stops during that week along Democratic convention but reportedly Wednesday, the same night Harris will address the convention vice president Mike Pence will be in Wisconsin

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Help Wanted: 600 Contact Tracing Jobs Available In Chicago

WBBM Evening News

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Help Wanted: 600 Contact Tracing Jobs Available In Chicago

"Is putting its $56 million girl the virus contact tracing program. Into the hands of a partnership designed to foster jobs for hundreds of participants is well, let's contain the spread of the disease. The city expects some 600 contact tracers to be hired. And Karen Norrington, Reeve's director of the Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership, says they'll be trained to track down people with whom a covert 19 patients been every six weeks. We're going to be connecting with all of the contact tracing court to make sure that Were troubleshooting any challenges that they're experiencing that they're getting constant reinforcement. Roy Walker Dina Malcolm X College says. Equally important are the opportunities. Contact traces the first step into a career in healthcare. Malcolm is Kash has other healthcare opportunities and opera polio of disciplines. We see opportunity with the committee of Worker Program, Patient care technicians, technicians, USC USC USC University University University University of of of of Chicago Chicago Chicago Chicago and and and and Sinai Sinai Sinai Sinai Urban Urban Urban Urban Health Health Health Health Institute, Institute, Institute, Institute, also also also also Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Gardner's Craig Craig Craig Craig Della. Della. Della. Della.

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"kash" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

06:52 min | 9 months ago

"kash" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"These these incidents happen and it seems almost like the the race baiting that goes on. We always see the celebrities in the African American community. Come out in their outspoken about it, but always remain silent whenever it comes to inner city, struggles in inner city black. That's being killed, said that all in my brother. Why. because. It's part of a agenda. That's why that's why in most of the time is celebrities that are the decline and nobody really paid attention to them anymore, and this is a platform for them to get some notoriety like I watched aloe. I Love J. watched the rat. A day and I was just like. You inspire some some some wrong things with this man is not the right message. Put Out. You know because you've been rich. You've been rich Bro in the hood. No, saying you not out here, so. Nick Cannon. I gotta give him his props. I got I got a Lotta respect for Nick Cannon Nick. Cannon came out and he supported, and he was out in the margin. I'm certain he wasn't inciting the riots trying to note nothing bad going on other just came out to support, and he stays avidly speaking on a lot of situations. He's not just a one-sided happened to talk about this. No is really he says was real I'm. SANSA. I appreciate that, but the reason. Why other guys do it because they want to incite? They're part of the agenda. Get people to do the things that's going to get them destroy. neighborhoods. You know what I mean. They don't have the celebrity. They will have to be the negative. We do so after they made an inside. People craziness that they do. They gone exited match. You know what I'm saying. Yes. I think we all. Do we all see that and you know my my question would be like we know that mover moving the concert move a law enforcement that ain't the answer what what is the what would lead to a massive improvement within the African American community what what needs to change? Will Not just African American community. Latino Community White Community Kaz Rodney Hood is it's mixed up is every race? And was GONNA fix it all rail. Talk. Was GonNa? Fix it off, unity. Unity and willingness to dialogue with each other, so you know what to get what they said on news. Forget what you've been told by the police to get religion. You are to get what gang affiliation Got Gingrich. A political view is what can we do to make each other better right now in a neighborhood that we live? Out Can we come together right now and stop this nonsense stop. The killings stopped the robbery stop. The drug struck the theft. What can we do in when you see somebody doing it? You call him out on it. No necessarily need even call the police. You sound like a broken out the neighborhood man. We don't do we actually heads over here. We got earlier. saw it has men's dialogue. We need dialogue with each other more. Take everything else out the equation. If you live in the community wears mixed up and say racism in your community dialogue about you'll. Why don't you like me because of the color of my skin or what makes you think that I want arrive you? What makes you think that if I'm a police officer? Makes you think that I to kill you? You know what I'm saying and just fix it and talk about it until the police. That might not want to kill you I just. Just. I'm scared when I do stocks. Because most of the time you know, it'd be discarded. You know disabled person to kill me or to to fight me then as black I'm scared, because not seen on the news. You know you guys you stop me. You know you WANNA kill me. This guy got so powder you know in end it, and then no I mean that's not the case I wanNA see. Do Better and I want. I want to walk down the street. It all starts with a simple dialogue and understanding where we come from. Yeah well, thank cash I. I really think that as a father as parents, no matter what race or religion you come from, we all want the same thing for kids. We want them to be saved. We wanted them to be healthy. We want them to succeed and we don't want to see them depressed. We don't WanNA. See them her. We don't want to see them sick, so we're all united on that front, so we will have more than we think and one thing that we all. All have in common is none of us are going to make it out of here alive. We're all we're all destined for the graveyard point here. We only get one shot at life year. Nothing's going to save us from that. So trying to live in some type of peace only makes sense here, so I I don't understand why it seems like. There's such a a people with such an agenda to divide and keep everybody separate. I think the media is more responsible for that than anything. It definitely are just like I say it's always around the time of an election. It's always the time where some bills getting passed. It's always around the time where they're. They're trying to distract you from something. This important going up and you something that's easy. What is the easiest thing to get your going that they can use? Brace, they can always use rights because it was such a big issue at one time in our country is not a big anymore. You can turn on just talking to do this half black half white. Talking to the do the walks down the street I got white neighbors got black neighbors I got brown neighbors. I got everybody around me. I interact with everybody on a daily support. We everybody coming in and everybody loved me. I'm saying I love. Everybody can't door. They all knew in the store talking to each other it's. Easy to start a race thing when people don't read if people don't understand like okay, what does the why they push in this on this new station? Why does today because yesterday was all about trump or it was all about bomber on about all about that? Why today is it about race? Why is it? You gotta think it's an agenda once you. They want to be mad at each other, so you don't be mad with Google behind your back. That's it. Yeah I agree cash. I worked for a railroad. Myself I'm a railroad mechanic do for twenty years and it's. It's a complete melting pot of everybody there, so it's like we don't see I don't see it in a in a culture that I work with we get along. We all respect one another, and it's not. We are these uncomfortable moments like this that we're all of a sudden. It's like everyone kind of feels on edge about the topic. You're afraid to say this or say that, and it's like they naked ways. You know that way. You're right. You definitely rightish that way, and that's why I say man when I talked to people with you gotTa do is you've got gotta come at a love? You can't get matter what they say. You're going to be the the one that you got the knowledge that you discredit and you can get a point across someone. You have to be willing to eat the shit man when they say some to you. When it's talking to you, you gotta be able to be like okay. I'm not about to get a little hot, and they gonNA. Say this and they don't say that I'm going to let them know that I. Understand this. Okay, you the food away. At that's how you feel trolling, and that's fine, but I'm just trying to give you a different narrative unless noted on. That's enemy I'm not enemy next. I'm just letting you know what it's like. Stands could be a little bit. He's hurt and should be brought a little bit this way man, because it's all about love..

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"kash" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

02:29 min | 9 months ago

"kash" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Golden Nugget. We have king. He is in like a playpen area in the kitchen. 'cause he needs a lot of attention. It's like having a newborn baby got to train them. He's like but he's like cries like a newborn baby for Brielle. He loves her. He is very animated. You say no. And he knows that he's not supposed to be tearing up his pads but Croix Very organized OCD. As to the extreme Cleans up his playpen area. Every day organizers it bleaches it Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and. When we got I king. He would tear these pads to shreds. If anybody who's ever had a pet a puppy dog you know that as your as your house training them and as a puppy you put down p Pads newspaper. Whatever because you just you know they're to have accidents they're gonNA they're GonNa Hoop in pee on your floor and it's just frustrating so once you realize that then you then you put the stuff down and you know. Let's just say you go to bed. Wake up in the morning and you know that there's going to be a mess on the patio and it's GonNa wind it up and throw away. It never happens that way because they play in the middle of the night four. Am They want to be rolling around there? Chewing on the paper they're ripping up. The pads is so when you get up in the morning the poops on the floor that was supposed to be covering the Pagis chewed to shreds. And you're just like what in the frick like this makes no sense? Well what's the point of the pet? It's just pointless what you do. Is You take the PAT or the newspaper? Whatever that you're going to do and blue painter's tape is designed to stick without damaging. Walls paint fours works great. Just take the blue painter's tape the nice little two inch thick one right nice and thick then tape the edges down keeps pat in place. Got The poop on it. They pee on it and you can actually roll it up. Throw IT OUT ANYTHING ABOUT TO WASH THE FLOOR. If Shit sometimes you can just pick it up and throw it in the garbage. Leave the PAT down if they don't get it. I just I'm laughing because this is the front page of the New Orleans paper this morning. Petty as Shit it says Super Bowl Super Bowl in the front of the newspaper. Like I do find that pettiest ship but very funny like that's awesome. I mean the world is place. I do enjoy and find humor in things like that. You know why not what the Hell so yes. Blue Painter's tape okay. You guys will. Thanks so much for tuning into this episode of.

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"kash" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"So now we're talking about cash hoarding yesterday it was the people who are hoarding food now it's cash hoarding still how is it the your hoarding cash it's your cash you earned it they can always make more what do you mean by cash hoarding I guess that they're worried about a run on the banks maybe people going in and pulling out cash didn't you say you had an experience with something like this at the bank the other day where they didn't really want to give you your money mmhm well let's just say in theory I wouldn't say that I was going to get trying to get some money I believe everybody should if you can have a month's worth of cash what is it going to take to this may have your family not have to go to an ATM for at least a week can you can you have that amount of cash in your house or you know someplace what's it gonna take to do a month well in theory someone like me went to the local bank which you know I have great respect for but don't put your money into these big huge banks get a man to a local bank and I said Hey I want to take out just this amount of money from the bank I don't know Kash I'll have to call you back but I just want to rid rid draw yeah that's.

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"kash" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"So now we're talking about cash hoarding yesterday it was the people who are hoarding food now it's cash hoarding still how is it the your hoarding cash it's your cash you earned it they can always make more what do you mean by cash hoarding I guess that they're worried about a run on the banks may mean people going in and pulling out cash didn't you say you had an experience with something like this at the bank the other day where they didn't really want to give you your money mmhm well let's just say in theory I wouldn't say that I was going to get trying to get some money I believe everybody should if you can have a month's worth of cash what is it gonna take to loose may have your family not have to go to an ATM for at least a week can you can you have that amount of cash in your house or you know someplace what's it gonna take to do a month well in theory someone like me went to the local bank which you know I have great respect for but don't put your money into these big huge banks get him into a local bank and I said Hey I want to take out just this amount of money from the bank I don't know Kash I'll have to call you back but I just want to rid rid draw yeah that's I don't hi.

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"kash" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on 600 WREC

"So now we're talking about cash hoarding yesterday it was the people who are hoarding food now it's cash hoarding still how is it the your hoarding cash it's your cash you earned it they can always make more what do you mean by cash hoarding I guess that they're worried about a run on the banks may mean people going in and pulling out cash didn't you say you have an experience with something like this at the bank the other day where they didn't really want to give you your money on well let's just say in theory I wouldn't say that I was going to try to get some money I believe everybody should if you can have a month's worth of cash what is it gonna take to this may have your family not have to go to an ATM for at least a week can you can you have that amount of cash in your house or you know someplace what's it gonna take to do a month well in theory someone like me went to the local bank which you know I have great respect for don't put your money into these big huge banks get a man to a local bank and I said Hey I want to take out just this amount of money from the bank I don't know Kash I'll have to call you back but I just want to rid rid draw yeah that's.

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"kash" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"So now we're talking about cash hoarding yesterday it was the people who are hoarding food now it's cash hoarding still how is it the your hoarding cash it's your cash you earned it they can always make more what do you mean by cash hoarding I guess that they're worried about a run on the banks may mean people going in and pulling out cash didn't you say you had an experience with something like this at the bank the other day where they didn't really want to give you your money well let's just say in theory I wouldn't say that I was going to try to get some money I believe everybody should if you can have a month's worth of cash what is it gonna take to loose may have your family not have to go to an ATM for at least a week can you can you have that amount of cash in your house or you know someplace what's it gonna take to do a month well in theory someone like me went to the local bank which you know I have great respect for don't put your money into these big huge banks get a man to a local bank and I said Hey I want to take out just this amount of money from the bank I don't know Kash I'll have to call you back but I just want to rid rid draw yeah that's.

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"kash" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"So now we're talking about cash hoarding yesterday it was the people who are hoarding food now it's cash hoarding still how is it the your hoarding cash it's your cash you earned it they can always make more what do you mean by cash hoarding I guess that they're worried about a run on the banks may mean people going in and pulling out cash didn't you say you had an experience with something like this at the bank the other day where they didn't really want to give you your money well let's just say in theory I wouldn't say that I was going to get trying to get some money I believe everybody should if you can have a month's worth of cash what is it gonna take to have your family not have to go to an ATM for at least a week can you can you have that amount of cash in your house or you know someplace what's it gonna take to do a month well in theory someone like me went to the local bank which you know I have great respect for but don't put your money into these big huge banks get him into a local bank and I said Hey I want to take out just this amount of money from the bank I don't know Kash I'll have to call you back but I just want to rid rid draw yeah that's.

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"kash" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on WRVA

"So now we're talking about cash hoarding yesterday it was the people who are hoarding food now it's cash hoarding still how is it the your hoarding cash it's your cash you earned it they can always make more what do you mean by cash hoarding I guess that they're worried about a run on the banks may mean people going in and pulling out cash didn't you say you had an experience with something like this at the bank the other day where they didn't really want to give you your money mmhm well let's just say in theory I wouldn't say that I was going to try to get some money I believe everybody should if you can have a month's worth of cash what is it gonna take to boost may have your family not have to go to an ATM for at least a week can you can you have that amount of cash in your house or you know someplace what's it gonna take to do a month well in theory someone like me went to the local bank which you know I have great respect for but don't put your money into these big huge banks get him into a local bank and I said Hey I want to take out just this amount of money from the bank I don't know Kash I'll have to call you back but I just want to rid rid draw yeah.

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"kash" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"On a great book to will tell you more about it coming up ten second station ID I think the regional be bold the land back on news talk eight forty K. X. N. T. so now we're talking about cash hoarding yesterday it was the people who are hoarding food now it's cash hoarding still how is it the your hoarding cash it's your cash you earned it they can always make more do you mean by cash hoarding I guess that they're worried about a run on the banks may mean people going in and pulling out cash didn't you say you had an experience with something like this at the bank the other day where they didn't really want to give you your money on well let's just say in theory I wouldn't say that I was going to get try to get some money I believe everybody should if you can have a month's worth of cash what is it going to take to this may have your family not have to go to an ATM for at least a week can you can you have that amount of cash in your house or you know someplace what's it gonna take to do a month well in theory someone like me went to the local bank which you know I have great respect for but don't put your money into these big huge banks get a man to a local bank and I said Hey I want to take out just this amount of money from the bank I don't know Kash I'll have to call you back but I just want to rid rid draw yeah that's I don't ha now I live thirty minutes away from the federal reserve it's going to take them all week can you come in maybe on Tuesday I.

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"kash" Discussed on WWL

WWL

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on WWL

"Okay how long you been married Kash fourteen years okay we didn't practice that question I had no trouble troubles so what happened twelve months ago they let this fears what story with you actually started about eight years ago when we initially had some some issues a young married couple made some dumb decisions financially I had a house that we foreclosed on and throughout two thousand eleven time period we went through that entire ordeal months and months of trying to go back and forth with the bank until we finally completed the foreclosure process and it devastated if it was really it was it was tough on a young family with two kids at the time mmhm and likely the church that we are attending at the time they provided financial peace that January so we decided you know we we were tired of living the way we were so we went ahead and took the course I loved it you know got some some initial you'll be backing in positive results but then we kinda Ishtar way through the next five or so years and that's kind of where the the real story picked up so last January and he forgot to mention he's in the marine corps and we had new orders we were the new duty station for kids now and last January twelve months ago we were on the couch to bed time put them through our phones watching TV and your Ramsey solutions Nashville town hall came on if it was a Facebook live events and so we were like old days you we remember him and so we started watching it again and we started communicating with each other what we wanted our goals and plans to be he's coming up on retiring from the marine corps what's our goals with our plan and we realized we had nothing we had no money in savings no plan and so from that night on and we just hit the ground running while one yeah J. U. drug out the financial peace material **** dusted off our bookshelf and just got right back to work and we were determined to do it for real this time no more fishing okay that's good yeah well thank you for your service reshape that and congratulations you guys Q. so who was your biggest cheerleader than outside the two of you well we had a lot of cheerleaders in the family it's kind of interesting for me halfway point he tried to realize it to Chris Hogan want to be one of my cheerleader so I'm station Paris island South Carolina were that recruit training to happens for the marine corps on the east coast Chris actually came out to an event with a bunch of other civilian individuals last year last summer time I remember and so I got to meet Chris and talking for a few minutes and that was again that's about halfway through our our current debt free journey the not so kind of tell you my story you gave me the momentum zero point and just kind of reinvigorated my passion and desire for this so medic one of my desk ever since and it's just been a daily reminder that you know making sure that your intention on everything you do but making sure that you rely on god really you know mad multiply what you do and it has kind of kept me on track cool cool he walked her while ago don't talk to him we had to go because I'm out there wandering around I don't know if you got a hold of him or not good very god well congratulations you guys that is neat that you have that going on in there and go okay I got this absolutely is a good visual reminder sometimes is a nice little yes like when people put their lives to monitor on the refrigerator door whatever they're working their way up you know or down or whatever it is they're doing some kind of a thing like that always helps that's very good and Dave I'm gonna tell you we were coordinators to Frio through our church we just finished our class last Sunday all thank you at water's edge in Beaufort and our class paid off a hundred seventy eight thousand dollars wow instrument on week yes Sir how in the coolest thing that we like added the sixty seven credit cards they started with sixty one credit cards were caught up in and turned off before the end of the course yeah I need personable yeah you're good coordinators thank you for doing this so now that your coordinator now that you paid off thirty three thousand dollars worth of debt what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt is what day that I know you won't believe this but it's amazing what you can do when you have a plan you know but to have a plane you gotta have that why in your life and that's kind of what Bailey and I sat down that night on the couch and figure out what are why was you know why are we doing anything coming up with the fact that your retirement decided it was time for us to change our children's future your family tree no that was the why and then you backwards plan from there and then you make sure that you stick to the point now perfect mainly for me I am absolutely a dream a goal the plan why you've got to have the budget I mean you've got to have it down you've got a visually see that was our one of our problems are many was just flying out the window we don't not only do it you got to stick to yes absolutely that budget you can't do it without the budget yeah because you're making plenty of money yeah right we were just R. it was sloppy no it was just we felt like we were living your paycheck to paycheck and when we look at the numbers we decide we realize that we were we're decide we're choosing to live paycheck to paycheck yeah we don't have to go yeah every dollar has a purpose and a home well well done and you brought the kiddos with autism ages we have eggs a beer he's nine years old we have allies is seven and then we have twin girls Phoebe and Piper who are four years all right windy we love twins my wife's a twin those are identical aren't they are uniformed girls beautiful family you guys well thank you so much well done good we got a copy of Chris's book for you I'm sure you probably already have it everyday millionaires and how ordinary people built extraordinary wealth and how you can to your that your next chapter in your story to be millionaires now that's right after the marine corps you're going to do in your next career life is great man again thanks for your service and very well done you guys will be proud of you thank you thank you.

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"kash" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Okay how long you been married Kash fourteen years okay he didn't practice that question I had no trouble it was so what happened twelve months ago they let this future well I start with you actually started about eight years ago when we initially had some some issues a young married couple made some dumb decisions financially I had a house that we foreclosed on and throughout two thousand eleven time period we went through that entire ordeal months and months of trying to go back and forth with the bank until we finally completed the foreclosure process and it devastated if it was really it was it was tough on a young family with two kids at the time mmhm and likely the church that we are attending at the time they provided financial peace that January so we decided you know we we were tired of living the way we were so we went ahead and took the course but loved it you know got some some initial you know feedback and and positive results but then we kind of just our way through the next five or so years and that's kind of where the the real story picked up so last January and he forgot to mention he's in the marine corps and we had new orders we were the new duty station for kids now and last January twelve months ago we were on the couch to bed time flipping through our phones watching TV and your Ramsey solutions Nashville town hall came out if it was a Facebook live events and so we were like old days we remember him and so we started watching it again and we started communicating with each other what we wanted our goals and plans to be he's coming up on retiring from the marine corps what's our goals with our plan and we realized we had nothing we had no money in savings no plan and so from that night on we just hit the ground running while while you shave drug out the financial peace material did dusted off a bookshelf and just got right back to work and we were determined to do it for real this time no more fishing okay that's good yeah well thank you for your service reshape that and congratulations you guys Q. so who was your biggest cheerleader than outside the two of you well we had a lot of cheerleaders in the family it's kind of interesting for me halfway point if I didn't realize it to Chris Hogan want to be one of my cheerleader so I station Paris island South Carolina were recruit training to happens for the marine corps on the east coast Chris actually came out to an event with a bunch of other civilian individuals last year last summer time I remember and so I got to meet Chris and talking for a few minutes and that was again that's about halfway through our our current debt free journey the not so kind of tell you my story you gave me the momentum zero point and just kind of reinvigorated my passion and desire for this so medic one of my desk ever since and it's just been a daily reminder that you know making sure that your intention on everything you do but making sure that you rely on god really you know mad multiply what you do and it's kind of kept me on track cool cool he walked her while ago don't talk to him we had a good time out there wandering around I don't know if you got a hold of him and good very god oh well congratulations you guys that is neat that you have that going on in there and go okay I got this absolute yeah is a good visual reminder sometimes is a nice little yes like when people put their lives to monitor on the refrigerator door or whatever they're working their way up you know or down or whatever it is you're doing some kind of a thing like that always helps that's very good and Dave I'm gonna tell you we were coordinators to for you through our church we just finished our class last Sunday all thank you at water's edge and you for an art class paid off a hundred seventy eight thousand dollars wow instrument on week yes Sir wow in the coolest thing that we like out of the sixty seven credit cards they started with sixty one credit cards were caught up in and turned off before the end of the course hello any percent.

Kash
"kash" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Yet just your average normal individual okay how long you been married Kash fourteen years okay he didn't practice that question I had no trouble troubles so what happened twelve months ago they let those fears well I start with you actually started about eight years ago when we initially had some some issues a young married couple made some dumb decisions financially I had a house that we for closed on in June throughout two thousand eleven time period we went through that entire ordeal months and months of trying to go back and forth with the bank until we finally completed the foreclosure process and it devastated if it was really it was it was tough on a young family with two kids at the time mmhm and likely the church that we are attending at the time they provided financial peace that January so we decided you know we we were tired of living the way we were so we went ahead and took the course I loved it you know got some some initial you'll be backing in positive results but then we kinda Ishtar way through the next five or so years and that's kind of where the the real story picked up so last January and he forgot to mention he's in the marine corps and we had new orders we were the new duty station for kids now and last January twelve months ago we were on the couch to bed time slipping through our phones watching TV and your Ramsey solutions Nashville town hall came on if it was a Facebook live events and so we were like old days we remember him and so we started watching it again and we just started communicating with each other what we wanted our goals and plans to be he's coming up on retiring from the marine corps what's our goals what's our plan and we realized we had nothing we had no money in savings no plan and so from that night on we just hit the ground running while one yeah shave drug out the financial base materials it dusted off a bookshelf and discover right back to work and we were determined to do it for real this time no more fishing okay that's good yeah well thank you for your service reshape that and congratulations you guys Q. so who was your biggest cheerleader they're not so the two of you well we had a lot of cheerleaders in the family it's kind of interesting for me halfway point if I didn't realize it to Chris Hogan want to be one of my cheerleader so I'm station Paris island South Carolina were that recruit training to happens for the marine corps on the east coast Chris actually came out to an event with a bunch of other civilian individuals last year last summer time I remember and so I got to meet Chris and talking for a few minutes and that was again that's about halfway through our our current debt free journey the not so kind of tell you my story you gave me the momentum Terrel corn and just kind of reinvigorated my passion and desire for this so medic one of my desk ever since and it's just been a daily reminder that you know making sure that your intention on everything you do but making sure that you rely on god and really you know mad multiply what you do and it has kind of kept me on track cool cool he walked her while ago don't talk to me and I again this time out there wandering around I don't know if you got a hold of him and good very god well congratulations you guys that is neat that you have that going on in there and go okay I got this actually yeah is a good visual reminder sometimes is a nice little yes like when people put their lives to monitor on the refrigerator door whenever they're working their way up you know or down or whatever it is you're doing some kind of a thing like that always helps that's very good and Dave I'm gonna tell you we were coordinators to for you through our church we just finished our class last Sunday all thank you at water's edge and you for that our class paid off a hundred seventy eight thousand dollars wow instrument on week yes Sir wow in the coolest thing that we like added the sixty seven credit cards they started with sixty one credit cards were caught up in and turned off before the end of the course yeah I need personable yeah you're good coordinators thank you for doing this so now that your coordinator now that you paid off thirty three thousand dollars worth of debt what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt is what day that I know you won't believe this but it's amazing what you can do when you have a plan you know but to have a plane you got to have that why in your life and that's kind of what Bailey and I sat down that night on the couch or figure out what are why was you know why are we doing anything coming up with the fact that you know retirement decided it was time for us to change our children's future your family tree no that was the why and then you backwards plan from there and then you make sure that you stick to the plan now perfect Miley for me I'm absolutely a dream a goal the plan why you've got to have the budget I mean you've got to have it down you've got a visually see that was our one of our problems are many was just flying out the window we don't not only do it you got to stick to yes absolutely that budget you can't do it without the budget because you're making plenty of money yeah right we were just sloppy no it was just we felt like we were living your paycheck to paycheck and when we look at the numbers we decide we realize that we were we are decide we're choosing to live paycheck to paycheck yeah we don't have to go yeah every dollar has a purpose and a home well well done and you brought the kiddos with autism ages we have exit here he's nine years old we have allies is seven and then we have twin girls Phoebe and Piper who are four years all right twin we love twins my wife's a twin those are identical aren't they all uniformed girls beautiful family you guys well thank you so much well done good we got a copy of Chris's book for you I'm sure you probably already have it everyday millionaires and how ordinary people built extraordinary wealth and how you can to your that your next chapter in your story to be millionaires now that's right after the marine corps you're going to do in your next career life is great man again thanks for your.

Kash
"kash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Okay how long you been married Kash fourteen years okay he didn't practice that question I had no trouble troubles so what happened twelve months ago they let this fears what story with you actually started about eight years ago when we initially had some some issues a young married couple made some dumb decisions financially I had a house that we foreclosed on and throughout two thousand eleven time period we went through that entire ordeal months and months of trying to go back and forth with the bank until we finally completed the foreclosure process and it devastated if it was really it was it was tough on a young family with two kids at the time mmhm and likely the church that we are attending at the time they provided financial peace that January so we decided you know we we were tired of living the way we work so we went ahead and took the course I loved it you know got some some initial you'll be back in and positive results but then we kinda Ishtar way through the next five or so years and that's kind of where the the real story picked up so last January and he forgot to mention he's in the marine corps and we had new orders we were the new duty station for kids now and last January twelve months ago we were on the couch to bed time flipping through our phones watching TV and your Ramsey solutions Nashville town hall came on if it was a Facebook live event so we were like old days you we remember him and so we started watching it again and we just started communicating with each other what we wanted our goals and plans to be he's coming up on retiring from the marine corps what's our goals with our plan and we realized we had nothing we had no money in savings no plan and so from that night on we just hit the ground running while one yeah J. U. drug out the financial base materials it dusted off a bookshelf and just got right back to work and we were determined to do it for real this time no more fishing okay that's good yeah well thank you for your service reshape that and then congratulations you guys Q. so who was your biggest cheerleader than outside the two of you well we had a lot of cheerleaders in the family it's kind of interesting for me halfway point if I didn't realize it to Chris Hogan want to be one of my cheerleader so I'm station Paris island South Carolina were that recruit training to happens for the marine corps on the east coast Chris actually came out to an event with a bunch of other civilian individuals last year last summer time I remember and so I got to meet Chris and talking for a few minutes and that was again that's about halfway through our our current debt free journey the not so kind of tell you my story you gave me the momentum zero point and just kind of reinvigorated my passion and desire for this so medic one of my desk ever since and it's just been a daily reminder that you know making sure that your intention on everything you do but making sure that you rely on god really you know mad multiply what you do and that's kind of kept me on track cool cool no he walked her while ago don't talk to him we had a good time out there wandering around I don't know if you got a hold of him or not good very god well congratulations you guys that is neat that you know the coin land there go okay I got this absolute yeah is a good visual reminder sometimes is a nice little F. like when people put their lives to monitor on the refrigerator door whenever they're working their way up you know or down or whatever it is they're doing some kind of a thing like that always helps that's very good and Dave I'm gonna tell you we were coordinators to for you through our church we just finished our class last Sunday all thank you at water's edge in Beaufort and our class paid off a hundred seventy eight thousand dollars wow instrument on week yes Sir wow in the coolest thing that we like added the sixty seven credit cards they started with sixty one credit cards were caught up in and turned off before the end of the course yeah I need personable yeah you're good coordinators thank you for doing this so now that your coordinator now that you paid off thirty three thousand dollars worth of debt what do you tell people the key to getting out of debt is what day that I know you won't believe this but it's amazing what you can do when you have a plan you know but to have a plane you gotta have that why in your life and that's kind of what Bailey and I sat down that night on the couch and figure out what I why was you know why are we doing anything coming up with the fact that your retirement decided it was time for us to change our children's future your family tree no that was the why and then you backwards plan from there and then you make sure that you stick to the plan now perfect mainly for me M. absolutely I dream a goal the plan why you've got to have the budget I mean you've got to have it down you've got a visually see that was our one of our problems are many was just flying out the window we don't not only do it you got to stick to yes absolutely that budget you can't do it without the budget yeah because you're making plenty of money yeah right we were just sloppy no it was just we felt like we were living your paycheck to paycheck and when we look at the numbers we decide we realize that we were we are decide we're choosing to live paycheck to paycheck yeah we don't have to go yeah every dollar has a purpose and a home well well done and you brought the kiddos with autism ages we have exit here he's nine years old we have allies is seven and then we have twin girls Phoebe and Piper who are four years all right windy we love twins my wife's a twin those are identical aren't they all uniformed girls beautiful family you guys well thank you so much well done good we got a copy of Chris's book for you I'm sure you probably already have it everyday millionaires and how ordinary people built extraordinary wealth and how you can to your that your next chapter in your story to be millionaires now that's right after the marine corps you're going to do in your next career life is great man again thanks for your.

Kash
"kash" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Okay how long you been married Kash fourteen years okay he didn't practice that question I had no trouble Wells so what happened twelve months ago they let this fears what story with you actually started about eight years ago when we initially had some some issues a young married couple made some dumb decisions financially I had a house that we foreclosed on and throughout two thousand eleven time period we went through that entire ordeal months and months of trying to go back and forth with the bank until we finally completed the foreclosure process and it devastated if it was really it was it was tough on a young family with two kids at the time mmhm and likely the church that we are attending at the time they provided financial peace that January so we decided you know we we were tired of living the way we were so we went ahead and took the course I loved it you know got some some initial you know feedback and and positive results but they were going to Ishtar way through the next five or so years and that's kind of where the the real story picked up so last January and he forgot to mention he's in the marine corps and we had new orders we were the new duty station for kids now and last January twelve months ago we were on the couch to bed time flipping through our phones watching TV and your Ramsey solutions Nashville town hall came on if it was a Facebook live events and so we were like old days you we remember him and so we started watching it again and we started communicating with each other what we wanted our goals and plans to be he's coming up on retiring from the marine corps what's our goals with our plan and we realized we had nothing we had no money in savings no plan and so from that night on we just hit the ground running while one yeah J. U. drug out the financial peace materials it dusted off a bookshelf and just got right back to work and we were determined to do it for real this time no more fishing okay that's good yeah well thank you for your service Brigitte that and congratulations you guys Q. so who was your biggest cheerleader than outside the two of you well we had a lot of cheerleaders in the family it's kind of interesting for me halfway point if I didn't realize it to Chris Hogan want to be one of my cheerleader so I'm station Paris island South Carolina were that recruit training to happens for the marine corps on the east coast Chris actually came out to an event with a bunch of other civilian individuals last year last summer time I remember and so I got to meet Chris and talking for a few minutes and that was again that's about halfway through our our current debt free journey also can tell you my story you gave me the momentum zero point and just kind of reinvigorated my passion and desire for this so I had it going on my desk ever since and it's just been a daily reminder that you know making sure that your intention everything you do but making sure that you rely on god really you know mad multiply what you do and it's kind of kept me on track cool cool no he walked her while ago don't talk to him we had to go because I'm out there wondering I don't know if you got a whole lot of money good very god well congratulations you guys that is neat that you know that coin land there go okay I got this absolutely is a good visual reminder sometimes is a nice little yes like when people put their lives to monitor on the refrigerator door whenever they're working their way up you know or down or whatever it is they're doing some kind of a thing like that always helps that's very good Hey Dave I'm gonna tell you we were coordinators to Frio through our church we just finished our class last Sunday all thank you at water's edge in Beaufort and our class paid off a hundred seventy eight thousand dollars while interning on week yes Sir wow in the coolest thing that we like added the sixty seven credit cards they started with sixty one credit cards were caught up in and turned off before the end of the course yeah.

Kash Wells
"kash" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"kash" Discussed on WEEI

"Auto parts studios here's Craig Kash get welcome back destination radio cut costs with you for about the next half hour before we call it quits for the night I would go home and sleep because that is about it although go how did it too bad why for the kid at at the new year's party sleep and take it as an opportunity to stretch out man boy got big king size bed I could I could occupy a large portion of that got to get some rest get myself prepared for bowl games tomorrow and it's a pretty good slate even though I I complained about the lack of ball games consider how do years day used to be twenty years ago but it is a strong strong late and it all starts off with the citrus bowl number thirteen Alabama verses number fourteen Michigan Alabama still very injured Michigan something to prove don't they after getting destroyed by Florida last year the same citrus bowl getting destroyed by Ohio state yet again not making a big ten championship game yet again it's not like I feel like John Harbaugh's job is on the line are Jim Harbaugh sorry but doesn't it feel like if they can't find a way to win this game that program is just stock as pretty good but not even bordering on great every every time they play you Ohio state house I mean yeah how stable it is I'm O. S. yes I meant every time a plan you feel that way you can see the vibe of with the team that yeah I mean you feel like they're gonna put up a fight blow out but I think that says everything about where they're at and and do you like you said they feel like the stock but they need something to generate that moment of that build for recruiting and at you know who I the jury is still out on Ryan days the head coach for Ohio state for me because you still playing a Jim Harbaugh's system with Jim Harbaugh's players mine is just a field who we went out recruited when he was in the transfer portal this year but I'm not sold on Friday the head coach until he does on his own and Jim Harbaugh is getting smoked by the guy so I will like they really really could use a wet more so than Alabama Alabama is gonna have a top two or three class again to a talk by law should we come back from his injury and not go pro he'll be five next year but Michigan what do they do would say Patterson's caught and I don't think Jay Patterson is Andy good what do they do Chris recoveries little brother going to be the guy there could be this good really really needs this way and in the worst way and should they win imagine this when I get there very injured at this point Alabama finishing outside the top fifty that was unfathomable at the start of the year and here we are looking that as a very legit possibility moving on the outback bowl Auburn versus Minnesota I find this game super interesting because Derek route of Auburn Tigers is the best defense of wind in the country he's ridiculous the way wreaks havoc of Minnesota has the type of offense they could neutralize a lot of quick passes one read type stuff I love the row the boat mentality of Minnesota but I think Auburn is going to roll in this one I don't see any way the golden gophers can keep pace with the Auburn Tigers in this game I I just I love what PJ flak is done I love what he's built I love that he's staying there to continue building it not chasing the next big dream program but I think Minnesota's got a lot of work to do and this is not the time to get a where they can can do where they will be able to do that the granddaddy of them all is Keith Jackson used to put it number six Oregon yes number eight Wisconsin pac twelve big ten should call the big fourteen says have a team they have Oregon coming off its first pac twelve title in five years Wisconsin coming off a big ten runner up season where they had Ohio state down in that first after the big ten championship game and the completely fell apart Justin Herbert what is the consensus number one pick coming out last year had he left came back to Oregon had even better year but is gonna get Sir passed to the quarterback rankings by Joe burrow at least if not more that organ office of why the most experienced maybe the best in the country that organ defense better than any of those defenses under chip Kelly the visit back field is very strong defensive line is great but can they hold up against the Wisconsin rushing attack you Jonathan Taylor I think it's fair question or again outside of playing Stanford is not used to teams going to with three tight ends and saying stop us we're gonna run the ball they're definitely capable of stopping John the Taylor I just don't know they will I like or get into close let think this could be a very entertaining game in the afternoon and what I think is the best game of the day this is the one that may actually be a blow out in a different direction now with some information has come to light the Sugar Bowl Georgia verses Baylor I think George is a fraud and have been all year that loss to South Carolina is more telling than any of their wins Baylor runners up in the big twelve big twelve now wanted for in ball games with taxes whenever you talk tonight being the only when in the coverage of the Baylor makes it number two that's the C. fan out there is this a Georgia just doesn't care they're not engage they missed out on the playoffs again and they're just going to be depressed I don't buy it big players in big games Charlie brewers healthy I think he's gonna be good to get that George defense and I think that Baylor defense is up to the task you have stayed very one dimensional George offense they're not gonna all the sudden turn Jacob from loose start though the ball down the field and if they do I think that spells disaster for Georgia for the second year in a row Georgia as the runner up in the SEC is going to lose to the big twelve runner up and it's not a fluke Kirby smart these to get with the times it's switched to a more spread passing attack man I'm excited for the ball games well I really am it's a good slay make sure your nursing.

Craig Kash
"kash" Discussed on X96

X96

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"kash" Discussed on X96

"Now, you're like you're just saying what you feel. Yeah. Yeah. a new home or just something sweet to nibble on the suite life home. Tour daybreak is the place to be this Saturday with delicious treats and all sorts of new model homes, including great choices for fifty five. Plus details at daybreak Utah dot com summer is here. And it's time for some kid Kash today at nice guys loans dot com. payday loan, a nice guys loan. That's nice guys loans dot com. Nice guys loans dot com..

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

Iraq helicopter crash

"Wine and more it was crazy they must have every wine and beer imaginable i told one of their friendly experts my situation and they found me just the thing this sparkling wine is going to be absolutely perfect for brunch even with my picky family i know next time i need something i'm shopping at total wine and more president trump's knocking down reports he's nearing an administration overhaul ap washington correspondent saga megani reports from the white house officials here say schulkin could be fired soon amid what he himself calls distractions that have shifted focus from fixing veterans healthcare shchukin told a house panel he plans on sticking around interested in getting this job done but when asked if a nation's veterans are well served by va would show shokhin in charge white house spokeswoman sarah sanders pointedly did not say his name and noted the administration's always looking at potential changes to make things better not just at the top level but across the board saga megani at the white house hong kong billionaire li kashing says he's retiring as chairman of his conglomerate just shy of his ninetieth birthday a us military helicopter has gone down in iraq ap washington correspondent saga megani reports all seven service members aboard were killed in the crash officials say the helicopter went down in western iraq's on bar province a statement here at the pentagon says it does not appear enemy activity caused the crash and what did is under investigation the military says an accompanying helicopter quickly reported the crash and a quick reaction force secured the scene saga megani at the pentagon welcome to total wine and more it's much more than a wine store it's the eighth wonder of the world when people talk about total wine and more they get a little carried away we're just a big friendly place run.

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