37 Burst results for "Keith"
Fresh update on "keith" discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"So yeah, it's possible they're still kind of floating around that 500 range, and as you said, you can't trade everybody, and you can't change all the players. So these are decision kind of becomes at that point of whether it's the right decision or not, ultimately becomes. Someone's going to be held accountable with probably going to be the coach. Right. And that would be my guess, because yeah, I don't see anything big, comment. And I don't know too, I wouldn't be looking at the bio market as here we go. We're going to get all this help there. I just don't know what's going to be there. Yeah, we have no idea who's getting bought out. People bring up Kevin Love a lot, but who knows what that situation is going to look at. Look like he's not as long as I keep playing well too. Yeah, he seems happy there. They're happy, so yeah, I don't think we're going to see that either. So we'll see you Frank vocal gets a lump of coal in his stocking or not on Christmas. I've got a question coming in here about the Mavs. Luke Byrne from YouTube are from YouTube from Twitter. Said Dallas is getting killed in the paint night tonight. What center could they realistically trade for or move on from players like Powell, Willie cauley Stein, et cetera? Yeah, now this is where I'm glad he added that second part in there because this is where it can get a little bit interesting because you could do cauley Stein and Powell. That's about $15 million. Powell has one more year left at $11 million, but that's not horrible. Enough where you can make that work in a trade. And that's before you get into any kind of your more core rotation guys. So then it becomes all right. So that's $15 million. Who's a $15 million center? They can go get. Or just somebody who can help. I think the number one target team's looking for center help that's going to be out there is going to be looking at is Robin Lopez. On the magic because he's doesn't play on any sort of regular basis because they've really kind of settled into Bomba Carter together. Eventually Jonathan Isaac is going to come back, which means one of Bomba and Carter is going to go to the badge. So you're going to end up with that's going to kind of be your three big rotation at that point is going to be those three guys because by then mo Wagner will be out of the rotation and all those things. So it's just not a lot of room for Lopez. He's only making 5 million. So very easily tradable salary. And it's 5 million for just this season. So yeah, they could go get them pretty. I mean, that's cauli Stein and a second rounder. Probably get you Robin Lopez. If you wanted to go that route there, kind of looking at bad teams. There's just not that many bad teams..
Fresh update on "keith" discussed on NBA Front Office w/ Keith Smith & Trevor Lane
"On this, he they have missed the most games in the league due to injuries. And part of that is because Isaac and Carter Williams and full 7 plead. It all but they've also employed the second hardest schedule. In the league, which is, I mean, that's all danger. Yeah. And they're already not good. So you had not good, injured, and Yeah, there are four and 18. Maybe you should feel good that they're even have that decent of a record. So yeah. That's certainly a tough situation. That's not only are they an undersized or if they're if they're compared to the rest of the NBA, they're going into a fight undersized lack of experiences there too. And now you're making the fight with an arm behind their back by getting that schedule in the early going in the injuries. So this is not an easy situation for them. Cole Anthony again does sound more to be like game to game kind of thing. Maybe he'll come back from that sprained ankle soon. Hopefully, because he's been a bright spot for them, but yeah, tough going early on for the Orlando Magic. Now losing Jalen suggs to the broken thumb. Speaking of thumbs, we just got word that Avery Bradley will be missing in action tonight for the Los Angeles Lakers due to a thumb sprain. We don't know the severity of it or how long he will be out possible. It's just a one game thing, the Lakers don't play again until Friday against the clippers, so maybe he's back for that one. We'll have to wait and see what we hear there. But that means there will be a new starting lineup for the Lakers tonight. We'll see a again. Again, another new starting lineup for the Lakers Avery Bradley out. But you know yesterday Frank Vogel actually during a media availability, which we're going to talk about in a minute. He actually had to defend Avery Bradley. The question was brought up by Kevin itki. The question was brought up of the advanced ads and what that meant for Avery Bradley. What Frank Vogel was seeing in him that had him continue to be in the starting lineup and Vogel admitted that hey, the advanced stats, they don't look great, but we're taking all of that with a grain of salt. We believe his energy is infectious. We believe that he, that he brings more life on the defensive end of the floor to the team, despite what the advanced stats say, which the advanced eth say they are much better with him off the floor than on. So interesting and now they get a chance to see what the other side looks like with Avery Bradley rolled out due to injury. It's really funny because that goes all the way back to his Boston days. Excuse me, there was always this sense you would ask players and when they do those polls of players. Who's the toughest on ball defender? Who's this? Who's that? Avery Bradley, we consistently rank high, where was, you know, he's a guy, you don't want to go against. You want to make your life tough. There is a period of time where he was the guy that they played him and Isaiah Thomas together under Brad Stevens is a starting backcourt, which is a super small backyard. That's the easily where the smallest backcourt in the league. But there were times when they basically said, very, maybe you got stuff, lock them down. And they won those games in Golden State, one of the warriors were kind of at the peak of their powers. And Avery Bradley was a huge part of that..
Detective J. Warner Wallace Describes the Premise of His New Book 'Person of Interest'
"J Warner Wallace has just come out with a book called person of interest. Seriously, this is an amazing book. I don't want to do all the talking. So if you don't mind, tell my audience, the premise, because it is actually really fascinating what you have done in this book person of interest. Okay, so here's the weird approach I took. I work cold cases and a lot of the cases I get are what are called no body murders or no body missings where somebody kills his wife or a wife killer's husband. And then claims that they ran off and they file a report of missing persons report, and that's how we take the case, and then years go by no one works the case. So just to be clear, some people know that some people don't. You are a cold case detective and you've been a cold case detective a real cold case detective for a long time. And you're bringing those skills to this issue. So I didn't want to interrupt, but just in case people think you're like blowing smoke, this is what you do. Well, I've done a bunch of these cases. They're actually on a date line. And several of these are no body missing persons cases. And so what happens is they get away with it for a while because nobody has ever discovered. There's no crime scene ever photographed is taken as a missing persons report. I opened the case, I had one case, Eric. I kid you not. The 30 years after the crime was occurred. She'd been missing for 30 years. Her family never once called our agency because the killer thoroughly convinced the family that she had just run off. Now, what do you do when you have no crime scene? No evidence from a crime scene. Don't even have a body. How do you make a case like that? Well, I always tell people that if she vanished on that day because he murdered her as like a bomb went off on that day. But moms are always preceded by fuses that burn slowly toward the detonation of the bomb. And afterwards, there is shrapnel all over the blast radius. So we'll make the case by simply examining the fuse and the fallout. So I thought, well, if Jesus is who he said he was. And let's imagine a future world where every single New Testament document has been destroyed. There are no bibles. There are no new testaments. It turns out in that kind of absent of crime scene, no New Testament. You could still determine the history and deity of Jesus from simply the fuse and fallout of history. That's what this book does. It takes a look at nothing other than just the history of unusual places that have Jesus fingerprints all over. I'm like literature art, music, education, science, and even non Christian religions. It turns out, you can reconstruct the story of Jesus from those aspects of culture
J. Warner Wallace's New Book 'Person of Interest' Is the Perfect Companion to 'Is Atheism Dead?'
"J Warner Wallace is my guest and then beyond that his book is called person of interest who is the person of interest, Jesus of Nazareth. This is a very exciting provocative and unfortunately important book. Well, let's welcome the program. Thanks so much for having me. If I didn't know Eric, that I was going to release this book. At the same time that Eric metaxas is going to have a new book. I would have said, you know, let's wait till January. What am I doing trying to release a book while you got a book? I was thinking the same thing about my book. So here's what we have to do. We have to tell people if you don't buy both books, you're crazy. You're dividing a friendship, you're destroying the body. Okay. That's right. Now look, seriously, this book, my book is not really about Jesus actually. So my book is, I said a low bar for my book is atheism dead. I just wanted to show in a way the scientific evidence for a creator. You don't have to say it's Jesus. You don't have to say, but to say there is no creator of any kind is at this point preposterous. I then talk about biblical archeology, which makes it really clear that the Bible is certainly no collection of folktales and it's probably totally historical, even though you can't prove that it's totally historical, and then I talk about atheism, but I do not go into what you go into in this book. So I think we could pitch it as their companion
Author Lee Strobel: We Are More Than Our Physical Brains
"Folks I'm talking to Lee strobel, who's the author of a new book called the case for heaven, a journalist investigates evidence for life after death. I am so fascinated by this. You were just about to say something before we went to the break. Well, you made a very important point error, which is that we're not reducible to our brain. We are more than our physical brain. And how do we know that? Because there's a difference between our brain our physical brain and our consciousness, our mind or our spirit, our soul. And the example that was given to me by the neuroscientists from Cambridge University who I interviewed, doctor Sharon Derek's PhD from Cambridge, who have well-known neuroscientists who wrote a book called am I just my brain and the answer is no, you're not. But she gave an illustration. She said, what if there was a woman named Mary? And Mary was the world's leading expert on vision. She understood the physical makeup of the eye how it was constructed, the physics, the chemistry, how the eye functions how images are carried through the optic nerve, how the brain processes that. She understands it better than anybody in the world. But she's blind. What if all of a sudden for the first time, Mary received her eyesight? At that moment, would marry learn anything new about vision. Yeah. She wouldn't be able to see she'd had the first person experience of seeing no amount of knowledge about the physical working of the eye and the brain would get married to that point of that first person experience of seeing. And so consciousness and the brain are not the same thing. Consciousness or they soul or the spirit don't is distinct from the human brain. Whenever you hear people talk about the idea that the brain is a computer, blah, blah, blah, blah. And you say, what is consciousness? I mean, this is heavy stuff. Yeah. But when is it that you become conscious, computers are not conscious? How big does a computer have to be before it makes the leap to consciousness? It will never make the leap to consciousness. Because that a brain is different from a mind. And when you're talking about this, I mean, this is very heavy and there are scientists who have really puzzled over this and there are some people who just sort of assume that, well, of course, we live in material universe, but that leap, it's an infinite leap. You can never make the leap from computer to
'The Case for Heaven' Author Lee Strobel Describes His Brush With Death
"Do you believe in an afterlife most of you listening to this program probably do? But I hope there are some people who don't because I have as my guest, Lee strobel, many of you know him. He's written a lot of big deal books, always starting with the words, the case for. Not like the case of the purloined letter or the case of not mystery stuff, but the case for. He's a journalist or was a journalist for a long time in Chicago. And the new book is called the case for heaven, a journalist investigates evidence for life after death Lee strobel welcome. Thanks, Eric. Great to see my friend. It's great to see you and I have to say, you know, the greatest compliment I could give is I wish I wrote this book because this stuff lights me up. The evidence, the stories and everything. So let's just let's leap into it. I mean, there are people that don't believe they think this is it and in my book is atheism dead. I feel like it doesn't really make sense on a number of levels that this is it. But why did you write a book saying effectively, this is not it. There's a thing called heaven, a place called heaven beyond this world. Well, several years ago, I almost died. And yeah, my wife found me unconscious on the bedroom floor. She called the paramedics. I woke up. This is something you never want to have happen to you. I woke up in the emergency room. And I looked into the face of the doctor. And you looked down at me and he said, you're one step away from a coma two steps away from dying. And then I went unconscious again. When was this Lee? How long ago is this? This was ten years ago. Ten years ago. I had no idea what's called hyponatremia. What is that? It's a severe drop in my blood sodium level. And I had I lost a kidney as part of it. And I was hovering between life and death. My blood sodium level was so low that most doctors when I give them the medical data on, they look at me and say, oh, you died, right? I mean, you can't live
Keith Getty Describes New Album 'Confessio,' a Love Letter to His Irish Heritage
"Book. But we're here to talk about your album. Tell us my friend. Confessio, this goes back to Irish American route. So you're in Nashville now, but you're from Ireland, and your wife is from Ireland. And talk and talk about the album, confessio, brand new album. Will you kindly interview us before sing global last year? We started the family him saying and did sing global all last year through the pandemic. And then we were honestly our heads were just fried. And so we went home for a year. So 7 days after 7 days after sing global, we flew home, 9 11. It's an easy day to remember, getting in a plane. On 9 11, we flew back to Ireland, and we stayed in Ireland for the whole year. Like John Lennox and C. S. Lewis and Allison McGrath and many other people who you know, we come from that tiny little north coast of Ireland and we spent the year there. And this album really is a love letter to that. You know, we, you know, we come from this place that Christianity is 17th centuries old that until the 1980s gave more missionaries per capita than any country in the world. South Korea and I give the most. And but also, but also this connection as you brought our four daughters who are all American citizens. He brought them back. We're all born in America. As he brought them back to their heritage and explained to them, here's been kind of donegal or John Newton's boat came in and he wrote, begun to write amazing grace. Here's here's where beat on my vision was written. And here's our culture and we began to realize that even as musicians that everything from country music to bluegrass to gospel songs to ship note hem the day to American and Appalachian music are all outgrowths of our own scotch Irish tradition that we have. And so this album was just really, I think it's a love letter to our
Dr. Keith Rose Explains the Dire Fertilizer Supply Crisis
"Joining us now is a friend of the show and someone that is a great American, doctor Keith rose. And we're going to go into a lot of different issues, but he really piqued my curiosity. We're talking the other day about something that everyone needs to be aware of about not just the supply chain issue, but there's another shortage issue, and remember we are 9 meals away from anarchy. And if there is a fertilizer shortage, we're going to have some big problems Keith. Welcome back. Tell us what's going on here and why should people care about this fertilizer shortage that people could see some news reports on, but this is going to affect everybody. What's going on? Good morning, Charlie. What's going on with that? Fertilizer situation right now is it's becoming harder and harder to get fertilizer. And for your listeners to understand the importance of fertilizer. Most fertilizer that is utilized in the growth of crops, especially commercial crops is synthetic fertilizer. Yeah, it's a nitrogen based fertilizer. The way you make that fertilizer fertilizers with natural gas. The price and it's being reported that this is the reason this is happening, but the spike in the price of natural gas is driving the largest fertilizer producer CF industries here in the United States to stop making it. It's becoming too cost prohibited, prohibited. And at the same time, Brazil, I mean, not Brazil, but China and Russia, the two largest exporters of fertilizer have stopped exporting fertilizer. It used to be third fertilizer with $350 a ton. Now it's $650 a ton. And if you can get it in 6 months, it's projected to go $950 a ton. What this means to the average American citizen is 35% of the cost of growing crops is fertilizer. And the average commercial farmer, the mom and pop farmers will not be able to afford fertilizer to grow crops. That with a major shortage of fertilizer and also a shortage of chemicals for pesticide control. Is going to potentially put us in a famine like crisis. By the spring, which is the prime growth
General Keith Kellogg on the Government's Turn Toward Authoritarianism
"We're talking to general Keith Kellogg, brand new book, war by other means a general in the Trump White House behind the scenes look at the Trump White House. And you are just about to talk general Kellogg about the politicization of a lot of these government agencies, branches that they're meant to work for the people, horrifyingly, as though we're no longer a free country, they seem to be working against the people, the idea that a parents shouldn't be protesting at school boards. I can't think of anything more offensive and anti American than even that sentiment. I'm shocked as an American that anyone could think that they could even suggest something so wicked. And yet here we are. Yeah, I guess we started seeing that. That's a crackdown on the use of it's almost like it's becoming very authoritarian. And when you look at trying to crack down on parents, being concerned about what's being taught in their schools, you know, as a grandparent, you know, I kind of watch what's happening with my four grandchildren. I get worried about it. And I just think it's wrong. You know, I think I'm glad that the parents are really speaking up out there. It's something that she with this administration. They kind of accept out there. And it's actually the way 6 January was treated in the black lives matters riots that happened the summer before that. There's all the difference that people were treated in that regard. You know, we talked a bit a second ago about the 60 January riots that route there. Look, I was at the 6th January rally. I'd remind everybody in the entire time we had had rallies with Trump administration and before that when it was on the campaign. We never had a single incident of violence in any single rally. We had in over 5 years. And what happened is it looks like some people got out of control. It was not an insurrection. I think that's foolish for people say that. I mean, if it was an insurrection, who was killed. I mean, let's be honest, if you or I said, hey, we want to kill some people. We're going into the capital. Some people would have died. Nobody died. There was no intention for an
General Keith Kellogg Describes How President Trump Is Uniquely American
"Hey there folks, I am talking to general Keith Kellogg, former national security adviser to president Trump. The new book is war by other means, a general in the Trump White House. General, you were just about to share a story with us. Please go ahead. Yeah, when I was talking about president Trump being uniquely American and now in any really loved America, I remember during the middle of the COVID crisis, we were sitting in the Oval Office and he was just we were just talking about at and he made a comment to me. And it was just a low key comment. He said, you know, I just want Americans to get better. And I said, why don't you go out and tell the American people that? Just exactly the way you said it to me. Just go out there and say that to the people in the PRES he said, no, because that can show weakness. And they should weakness. He said, yeah, because you need a prime executive, the president of the United States to be very, very strong. You're going forward. And I said, yeah, I see where you're coming from. But he really believed in the American the American way of life in the American people out there. And they really cared more about the people in Washington Kansas, than they did about the people in Washington,
"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Yeah. Here's where I think a lot of people have I think a wrong view of Donald J Trump. You know how I originally was thinking about writing in the book and titling it behind closed doors. Donald Trump is a true patriot. I mean, he really believes in America. He believes in America first and what's good for America will be once our set well here in the United States and we're good externally as well with all of our allies going forward. But he's a big believer in the American ideal in hand going forward. And I saw that with him. And I saw when he was in private, we had now and just talk about America and the way it was when I was with him on the 2015 2016 campaign. I saw that with him and the way he was. And he's just he's a uniquely an American individual. And what he wants for America. And I think when he came into Washington, D.C., I think he had been into Washington D.C., a total of 17 times never spent his night in his entire life here. Until he became president. Remember, he was a guy who wasn't even studied by the group. But student body president, the first time he became president he was president of the United States. And I think a lot of people that are in the Washington environment representative or feared that because we had somebody who was a true outsider a true populist who would come in. And I think people were so because of that people were trying to take your pot shots at him. I'm not supporting what he wanted to do. And when I changed uniquely American, you know, he just wanted to do what was right for America. Let me give you a quick story here. Actually, we're going to go to a break forgive me when we come back. I want to hear this story folks. We're talking to general Keith Kellogg, the book, brand new book, war by other means. This is the Eric metaxas show. To the limit hey folks Eric metaxas here. Joe Biden and the Democrats have laid out the most socialist agenda, our country has ever seen. Instead of following president Trump's blueprint that had the economy booming, the Dems are going to raise taxes, increase regulations and skyrocket and.
'War by Other Means' Author General Keith Kellogg on the Politicization of the Military
"Okay, this is exciting. There's a brand new book out. It's called war by other means. It is by a general who was in the Trump White House Keith Kellogg. He was former national security adviser to president Trump. We know that well, the book purports to reveal the politics at play within our highest ranking military leadership and how caving to the leftist agenda and cultural pressure by those in the top ranks of America's military has left America, more vulnerable to national security threats than ever. Unfortunately, I don't need any convincing on that score. But it is a real pleasure. To have a general Keith Kellogg on the program to tour to talk about his new book war by other means general welcome to this program. Thank you. Thanks for having me today. Well, let's jump right into it. What you say, unfortunately, is something that seems to be pretty clear to those who are paying attention to what's going on. How is it possible that this could happen? You always think that there are firewalls put up by the founders in the constitution so that this kind of thing can not happen. In the military is supposed to be the military. They're not supposed to be about transgender policies or about white nationalist threats. What in the world enabled this kind of thing to happen? Because when I think of a general, whether it's general Mattis or Millie, it's hard for me to process that they have to cut to the chase gone over to the dark side that something has happened in their careers or at some point to allow them to be used by the I will call it the anti American left, at least that's how I see it. What do you suppose has happened that this was made possible. Yeah, it's sanctuary. I think it's a great question. I think the military the senior levels have become really politicized. And I think part of that very honestly was because of 20 years of war and Afghanistan. And that's one of the reasons by the way I wanted to get out of Africa with the president as well. Because the military became too politically aligned going forward and they saw where the money was coming from and the philosophers they had behind it. And they had reached a point with Mark milley where you see him today. And very candidly, Mark and I have known each other for 25 years. But he has put himself in a position and the way he's talking right now that you never saw general Meyer, a former chairman, general Meyer, Pete pace, Hugh Shelton, Colin Powell. Joe Dunford, none of them spoke the way he speaks now. And he's become very, very politicized on his approach to the military. And I think it's a huge mistake. I think a mistake for the military. And I reminded a lot of people, people forgot what article two section two of the constitution talks about. And there's one unitary commander chief and he's elected commander in
Lemma, Jepkosgei win London Marathon for the first time
"The first full scale staging of the London marathon has taken place off to more than two years to to the pandemic around four hundred runners join some of the world's best starting at like Keith in southeast London and finishing off at the mall in front of Buckingham Palace London marathon C. I. Nick Bazell said because of the pandemic they have to make a few changes bring your baggage to the stall with it beforehand rebuttal behind you'll meet with the bag before hand looks so different but only U. K. health secretary Matt Hancock joined the crowd hateful to complete the full twenty six mile route I'm feeling pretty nervous about the last six of never run Feldman twenty miles many competitors were happy to finally be a part of something bigger every year off to the pandemic shut down most major events it's so good to be back out after you know I've read everything possibly a Karen Thomas London
Rolling Stones open American tour, pay tribute to drummer
"The rolling stones are touring again this time without the man who kept the beat for them for decades most definitely mixed emotions as the rolling stones took the stage in St Louis last night the usual excitement of launching the tour this the first concert stop in the band's pandemic delayed no filter series in the U. S. tempered because it was the first time they performed after the death of drummer Charlie watts who died last month at age eighty the show opened with an empty stage the only sound a drumbeat as images of what's flashed on the video screen after the first two songs Mick Jagger Keith Richards and Ronnie what step toward the audience Jagger and Richards holding hands as they thank fans for the love and support they've gotten since watch died the show resume with tumbling dice a song dedicated to what's almost quills Gabriel
America Is in Free Fall Thanks to Joe Biden
"Our country is in freefall. We have never ever been in a situation as we are in right now. I don't believe the president was elected president. I don't believe he's president. Let's say you disagree with me okay. We'll put that to the side. Let's forget about that which would be unbelievably significant. And we need to get to the bottom of it. But let's put that to the side even if you think he was elected i cannot imagine more disastrous policies and actions than he has taken right I don't know if he is a animatronic corpse. I don't know if his handlers are behind it. We don't know that alone is a constitutional crisis that we have all become so cynical. I think that's the way it goes. It's not the way it goes folks. We get to choose our leaders and if it's shown that they are not actually leading If he is suffering dementia and there are other people around him covering for him that is utterly utterly into thankful to the united states of america. I don't need to say the constitution to the nation. This nation cannot be what it is. If we're not clear on who's running the country. This is a scandal. Every republican should be doing everything they can to get to the bottom of what is going
Coming Clean on COVID Vaccine Side Effects
"Talked to many people. I'm just being blunt here. Folks who have had horrible results from taking the vaccine now clearly. It's not everybody but let's say it's five percent or one percent that have something really horrible happened. You're not allowed to talk about. What can i tell you something. I'm talking about it now eight. Because i'm not going to play that game but the point is that i have heard people say yes. Oh my mother-in-law took the shot and she's never been the same since we had a neighbor in connecticut or was this weekend said after i got the second shot. I've never been the same. I have trouble breathing. I've ever wish she supposed to go for redress. Nobody wants to hear that story. Now that's a mild case. You hear about women. Having late term miscarriages. You hear about testicular inflation. That's an economic issue. You hear about all kinds of weird stuff because the spike protein is supposed to do this and do that. What if it goes to this part of the body. What if you hear all this stuff and what's insane as you're you're not supposed to talk about it and i'm thinking are you kidding folks. If you're not talking about this if you're not posting about on social media. I know people losing their jobs like tremendously qualified. Extraordinary human beings losing their jobs because they think taking the vaccine would be a medical mistake. They don't wanna take it and we have to take it otherwise. You're going to lose your job. That's where we are in america. So if you aren't speaking out wherever you are in doing your job To speak out folks. You've become part of the
What's Happening at the US Border Is an Insane Crisis
"What is happening at our border is an insane crisis anybody with a modicum of common sense knows that you do not let people into the country unless you know who they are this is so basic. Anybody who doesn't get this is really foolish. And you can't even listen to them because this is really basic. You don't let people into the country unless you know they are whether they should be let into the country. There are people all around the world to come to this country. We can't simply let people in. We have a process that has been thrown in the garbage. We have total chaos. If our borders are not safe. We are not safe. And what do we need a tragedy. Do we need another nine eleven to happen before people say. Oh yeah you know you were right. We should've kept her eyes on that ball. What's going on. Ghanistan is a scandal. Yeah and we're is the pushback from the republicans. You got like a handful. Republicans pushing back. They should all be pushing back. I mean we. Have you know you mentioned democrat on one hand you could mention. You've got ted cruz. You've got josh. You've just got a handful of folks out there Devon nunez who are
White House Announces New COVID-19 Policy for International Travelers
"The white house has announced fully vaccinated. International travelers will be able to visit the us starting in november. That's a significant policy shift. After months of corona virus related travel bans and pierce hammer keith reports. The rules will be different though for americans fully vaccinated international travelers. We'll have to present proof of vaccination and get tested before flying white house cova nineteen coordinator. Jeff zion says. They'll also need to provide a phone number and email for contact tracing. This new system allows us to implement strict protocols to prevent the spread of cova from masters find internationally united states are firing that deal for nationals. Travelling united states be fully vaccinated. It's based on public else for americans returning to the. Us vaccination won't be required but they will have to test before and after their flights. The new protocols will replace bans on travelers from china india. Europe and
How Revival Is Pouring Into the Most Unexpected Places
"We're talking about heavy stuff now. Why do you say revival. Because i think a lot of times christians overused word of misuse. That word. but you're saying no no. We're seeing so much happening as we rescue these girls from the sex trade in the in the philippines that it gets into what we would call revival. I mean the prophet joel said in those days i will pour out my flesh on all i will pour out my spirit on all flesh and so we think of churches stadiums christian event. You know we were down in dc this past weekend like yes. Revival is revivals pouring into the bars in the philippine. So it's the way of saying you're seeing success. Yeah you know what a lot of our friends out there around the world. They heard they heard about us. They found us. You know on on the web somewhere and they've actually come and they actually at the phone call and say. Is this really happening. Is this really happening. I go yes and they go. How and i go. It's not because i learned in college. It's that there's a move of heaven. We were always crying. Oh god might it be here like it is there and i know. There's no sex trafficking in heaven. Eric and so we believe it. We declare it. We say god. Will it be here just like it is there and we start to see it and we and we we're very small we get ourselves low and we love these girls and we serve them and we don't beat them up with jesus that god told me one day. Says they don't need to hear about me. They need to see
How Men Are Also Being Saved by Wipe Every Tear's Work in the Sex Trade
"Let me tell you to more instances that i wrote about that have just wrecked me. They're still with me so the first couple of days really the first day two days as you're now having your heartbroken for the girls you hate the men you see. These sloppy overweight pass middle aged men in the natural. I wanna i wanna to them. What they're doing large man dressed messily holding hands with a petite diminutive little philippine. And you're like that's disgusting. And one of the guys on our. He was a past or one of the guys on our trip. The i want to punch that guy out. of course. yes what can he taught me. That's kind of the normal natural response. That's the flesh lee response. That's not god's response. I don't think but it you know. Let's acknowledge it. When you see that what are you gonna think and kenny taught me. Yeah you can't love the girls and hate the men because the kingdom doesn't work that way these girls are in a prison and so are the men. it's just a different cell. Their only state and can set up a kingdom. Or everybody's miserable. The mama san's the bar owners the bartenders the patrons everybody's miserable so once you see that now my heart is moved is much towards this girl towards this man. Imagine having a bunch of guys at the table next to you in the bar and you buy them around drinks guys were from. What are you doing. And and they'll tend to brag about their exploits and then they go. What are you doing here and you get to say well. We're here getting girls out. Because god has created them for something so much greater one man who heard this. We explained to sit. We're not we're not wagging the finger. How could you do. You have a daughter what it's none of that we're here to bring them to. Jesus this is the life. Jesus watch for them. One man he reach into his pocket he plunked down a big wad cash and he walked out and my friend walked out after him and with tears us at the front of the bar telling the men is. They're walking by. I can't do this anymore. I can't do this any more. Eric that's revival. That's when we say revival in the sex trade men's hearts are being broken just by us being there so the men are getting rescued
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and the Sex Trade in the Philippines With Wipe Every Tear
"These girls once you get them out You establish them in these different lives. I mean do you track them. How does that all you can answer. Because i mean i'm just fascinated. I know nothing. But i we bring them into our homes. You know if the first going back a little bit you know they come in. They visit like for one hour. We take a two hour trip the visit for an hour. We feed them a meal. They're very hungry and we take them back home so can go back to work. That's tough and it's very soft sale. And then they text us they call us and they say i'm ready. And then they come in they come into our care we send a vehicle go pick them up we send a team of people so we get him in and depends sometimes. They've only had third grade. Now we got to work on their. Ged it's called. Ls there to finish grade school. Then we put them into high school or ged program and that qualifies them for college. A number of them already have high school diplomas and then we we enroll them. We want to see them getting college. To break poverty. In that family line and their extended family that goes a horizontally as well their cousins everything they share with everybody. And so you break if you bring one girl into freedom like just explained her whole family from then on. It's all broke. Poverty is broken and we've had forty seven college graduates now and there are going to be hundreds more in the name of
"keith" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"They have tucked away my guest today. Keith callahan keith. Welcome to the show. Aj it's great to be on the show. Well i'm excited to be talking to you today. I love your website by the way you can check out his website at keith callahan. dot com. Well that's my formal introduction. But how would you describe yourself in your own words keith. I think first and foremost. I would say that i am a family man. A husband of a beautiful wife and four beautiful children..
"keith" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"The tv truck. It's anything but poor. Well i like until a football game right. You got your first quarter where. You're golfers like every thursday friday and then there's the cut but you've got to kind of film every year on tv. For how many hours right. So you don't really at the end in the fourth quarter when it gets exciting and you know the leaders are right every day. It's probably a little easier to film that then absolutely in the beginning. You're just trying to figure out. Who am i gonna shoot. How did you figure that out why you kinda go in with a plan and so you know what was what was mike. Tyson's fame sign. Everybody's got plant. They get hit the mouth or whatever you have a plan because the pairings the groupings come out on wednesday and you're on the air on thursday like say you're at a time might be from one to four from two five or from noon to five and with those early days in the golf channel we kind of had a a motto. Were lucky enough. That we didn't have a sixty minutes to have to go to or any kind of show any other network show off kind of drove the train so they were constantly around the for six eight ten hours and if and we'd sit through rain delays like we wouldn't go away we'd sit there and do interviews but you kind of have a plant. So you have a grouping sad you know there's two or three groups that are going to be in your tv window and you build your kind of build a plan around those guys and the tour was nice enough to kind of make sure that the that bigger name players were playing in the tv window or the guys that you kind of figure. We're going to have a chance to win the tournament. Even though it was thursday or friday So then you go on the air with that plan and then all of a sudden those guys played terrible and somebody on the other side of the golf courses. Lighten it up. So you gotta rearrange. Shift the cameras. You know your whole plan goes out the window you try and do that and throughout the course of my eighteen years golf channel the technology in in broadcasting in sports television in television in general but especially in sports television as you know having. I'm sure you still watch. Nfl games or amazed by what they do now with with with things but in golf it was really when i first started and i hate to go too much into the weeds. But you can only like. I said they're a bunch of guys playing at the same time in the wave in the afternoon waiver. When you're on the air there could be seventy guys playing golf so you can only show. Obviously one of them at a time right so and one of them live at a time. And when i first started. We had four videotape machines. That would record the golf so when the producer a guy named andy young who was my mentor was showing us for at on the twelfth. Green putting for birdie. It was my job to find. Four other shots than i thought andy and he would tell me to save record this record that record this so he could put those that piece of that puzzle back together showing the take shots around the live shots and this was i gather real right here. How many how many cameras were actual video tape machine on machine recording golf shots just you know and the technology was such that you had to record it. So you push playing record Tape tape operated. He'd push playing record record gusts ferraro's second shot at twelve. That would last anywhere between twelve and thirty seconds depending on what happened. You'd give a little bit of pad at the end of it. And then have to stop the machine. Rewind the machine at it up and for to get ready for playback so all this technology rest now. This has gone the way of digital prices that can record and playback up to six things at once. So there's no more you know letting shot go through stopping rewinding it for playback now it's just it can play and record at the same time yet. Already made it easier harder on the gashes and it's so much easier you know because you never have to wait. You know the producer not doesn't have to wait for that other shot to finish to screw up his timing or figure out where he's going to go next is always there ready to go in you. Have things like ball tracer now and you. Have you know how faster swing was so. There's a lot that the people can talk about besides just watching them hit. Yeah absolutely and that's the other part of technology exchange that in the cameras again. I feel like i'm the guy that said. When i i went to school i walked uphill. You know through the snow both ways but you know we are cameraman. We used to lay up to one hundred hundred thousand feet of cable on a golf course and our camera guys would have sections of cable. So there'd be a cable at the t. You'd run to the fairway there'd be another cable from the fairway to the green so our camera guys that were out walking with the groups would plug in at the t. Shoot the shot. Unplug getting a car. Go after the fairway beat the players get to their spot on the fairway plug ins so then we could see the shot again and once called radio frequency technology our our technology came twenty years ago whereas all of a sudden if a camera. There was a receiver and a transmitter transmitter on the camera receiver high up around the golf course and if that camera could see that you could get a picture so all the sudden now you can get a picture from anywhere on the golf course without having to plug in and unplug cables so that was technology that really helped often and but the the tracer technology and the ball speed. We used i. It was my brilliant idea at one point to get the baseball jug skin and we thought because we were turn on time and we pulled into the compound and there was a california highway patrolman there with his radar gun. And i was like well. He measures the speed of the car. You know coming at him. I wonder if we could use something like that. To measure the speed of the golf ball going away. So i called the people at jugs and they sent us a couple of guns and it turned out that it actually worked. We could measure the ball speed when the guy teed off track man right so now. It's of like yeah. The precursor to track was a volunteer sitting. Behind the d-box women jugs gun pointed at. You should have just had a state like would been like state troopers day off coming and they will come on the course where your uniform you can measure all right. That's a good idea. He would have been good attic. Used to work in the darn thing. Right exactly exactly. Hey everyone thank you for listening We're gonna take a quick commercial break. We're talking with author emmy winning producer keith.
"keith" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"It's actually closer to his bike. But which i think is kind of the gravel blake. It still has the mount points that we need to have a second wheel set and still run on roads if he wants exactly. Yeah because i do. I do plan on racing some here coming up once. I get the t t bug out of my system and if it ever leaves i don't know if it will but anyhow autograph refined to try but i don't think that's that's an avenue that i'm gonna be venturing down. I didn't want to and that's that's another level definitely not a level but yeah before we diverged too much What there what's that. No word no. He's not a specialized guy now. I can't i can't go big red. S. i just against my nature but yeah thanks again for coming on man appreciate keith will definitely Guys have me. It was a great experience gadget. Durham just phenomenal. Job with with podcast. People you've been bringing on honored. The guys wanted to have to talk about packing gravel writing. Yeah we we actually had a couple listeners. Mentioned bike packing. We're like well who better than than keith to to talk about it exactly. Yeah no. I appreciate it and i promise keith. I'll come into your world at gravel since you've joined us on a few rides on on the roads and i can't wait to see that the ribble get dirty war than willing to happy to invite you to that world and i have some great trails. I think that you would love neck. Should we take him to allegheny national forest on a snowmobile route. You know what this time around. I'd be ready for it. Thanks again for for coming on and until next time makes keith. Thanks guys thanks. Did amer on hammer on pen brown. Well home was it. Sounds like four music whenever you do it. Because i do that kind of intentionally to do i act out s..
"keith" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast
"I i love the challenge because i'm a sadist or masochist or whatever the heck it is i don't anymore but anyhow speaking of of different kinds of barriers when when you start up these foul or when i ride with near urus yeah i mean i got different speeds sometimes off on ads here way more seriously. An idea keith. I actually challenged challenge. It's not it's not a struggle but it's definitely challenge to keep working. You're not mr cargo keith keith. And i actually had a conversation. Didn't tell nicb a belt so keep kept on. What did you say. Whenever i said hammer on you responded with pedal keenly or something right To which i ha- advancing handle that. I like eating this. Everybody's got handle i i. I wish i did have the realization though that hammer on is relative so like my hammer is very different from pretty much. Everyone's and it's it's it's a relative thing so you know hammer on your own relative. Hammering sounds stupid. now that i've said it out loud so probably cut this but whatever a lot of things that you say end up that way. Oh burn so moving on keith. You kind of touched on this a little bit. But with the the james but tell us a little bit more about your your stable of bikes. There's one in particular that i think andrew nyerere pike fat fascinated with drop baddie. So we let a call it. You can call it. Whatever you warrants here. i don't wanna get. Oh okay. I little world you. Deep dish just said that. Get out of here. Deep dish is the only kind of pizza. I don't know how to come back from that one. Because it's right dead on the inside now keith. just died. We lost keith again. I i just watched his line just totally flat. He's going have to. He's going to have to see that cute. Ems check again where to go. So i have a. I don't know how i agree. Audible bikes it just happened..
"keith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Keith Coup Welcome back to something. Nine. Saturn has Keith coup on today's show. Talking to Jason COMESA, who is the chief revenue officer of Blackheart. Blackheart is a Saas platform that is helping retailers not charge their customers. It's a try before you buy concept, so the retailers get to send product to their customers, and it does not hit there. Credit cards, So it's very interesting. So don't go away on this week's cyber tip. I'm gonna dive into what's been going on with the colonial pipeline. Incident, which is where the colonial pipeline serves a major port of Serves a major part of oil supply to the Eastern seaboard. The United States they were Attacked with ransomware in order to be safe. They shut down the entire operation, causing oil prices to spike due to lack of supply. Well in that the CEO Joseph Blount decided on behalf of the company to pay 4.4 million in ransomware in the equivalent of 75 Bitcoins. So he paid that in order to get the keys unlock all the information. What's more interesting is has now been found out that the FBI they were able to recover 63.7. Of the 75 Bitcoin that was used to pay his ransom. Now the question is, How does the FBI do that when Bitcoin is supposedly anonymous, with getting into too much detail, apparently the FBI and some other investigation Had access to this ransomware, a gang that they have their private keys to the crypto currency. And so with that private keys, they will be able to unlock their digital wallet and take The Bitcoin that had not yet been moved, which was 63.7. So it just goes to show that even for the people who think they're smart, even the people that have all these systems in place, even the thieves can be also have their Cryptocurrency stone. If you don't know what you're doing. And that's the cyber tip of the week..
"keith" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Hey everyone welcome back to huddled with gusts. We're talking with keith law. So keith tell me about now. Go from high school you go to harvard. What was that experience like harvard. Did you have a plan already what you wanted to do. Or if you just said you know because sometimes you go to school in your mind. Just what was that plan for you when you the harvard. Oh yeah the mind my. I change my mind. Multiple times went to harvard thinking. Maybe i'd be a lawyer or go. Obviously harvard to place where people go from there to.
"keith" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Check out their product so today's guest I'm really excited about You know i've had some authors on before he's written a new book called the inside game bad calls strange moves and what baseball behavior teaches us about ourselves so Today's guests keith law. He's a senior writer for the athletic. Keith thank you for joining me. And how are you doing today. thanks for having me. I'm good i am. I have scheduled my vaccine appointment for next week. So i'm feeling substantially better about the state of the world. Yes i had mine already. Both of them so Was lucky enough. I just got on my insurance and and said hey there any time open. I actually had to drive an hour north to go get him so which was cool with me. I would do that heartbeat. Yeah so much better. So yeah so. I'm excited that you're you're gonna do that probably with your job and all the traveling you have to do for baseball. I mean a lot of it. You probably can virtually nothing like being there. I won't fly until i've gotten in the first shot and then got in two weeks past that so i've been limited this spring. I've been out and been university of virginia. Went down university of maryland's may go back to uva next week to see louisville. I'm kind of limited to guys. I can reach by driving Which for the draft is a bit of an obstacle right. There's draft Texas and florida and california's bad this year. But they're still least one guy out there. I'd love to see in a normal year. I would have already seen him but this is just not a normal year. Well we'll get into the draft because maybe you can explain what the pirates do. I've been a pirate fan my whole life enough. It's been harder recently than easier so But let's get. Let's get about you in growing up in long island. Tell me about the first time you can remember where you kinda fell in. love with. Sports was a something that you played..
"keith" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Back on sci-fi talk with dr peter keith. Apparently there is more references than just the name of the ship ulysses but also an artificial intelligence called odysseus. So yeah you're in homer territory a little bit there. Yeah i really am I wa- i'm i'm a huge fan of the classics earliest classics Gilgamesh the iliad. The odyssey and i find named So i have a background. Believe it or not at education psychology and i find the evolution of human thought. Fascinating as this series progresses. Sears goes from that that first book which is very grounded to a second book where they have an encounter acupressure which is which is the name of it which brings things further into the kind of world of of craziness while still saying staying grounded. These these same people that you experienced in that first book who you know who worked the problem in very scientific ways and now they encounter in the second book of problem that maybe they can't understand you know As i said in the beginning this is kind of a little bit. Like you know. Carl sagan star trek which would have been a lot more like two thousand one space odyssey to me and of course two thousand one a space odyssey jupiter counter there. And there's no finer science fiction film than that. But i always wondered what if that wasn't really there for us. You know what if you had an encounter with something that was you know as enigmatically alien and difficult to understand and possibly impossible understand but back to the question about the home eric aspects of the book it also this kind of ties in with it. It's it's the unknown and the idea of the unknown and the title wind. Dark deep of course comes from. That's a little bit of cal you know. That's that's a Ulysses his lowest And you know railing at the gods know whatever seek me in that wind dark deep and i will rise back up but it also goes down to the paradox in that very title. It's it's variously translated wine. Dark sea wind dark deep depths. But that and that's the ocean and the ocean is not red. Wine is red. It turns out that the ancient proto greeks and as a matter of fact most ancient peoples do not have a word for blue. They couldn't see it. It was a a differentiation of green or the darkness of red in the darkness of the blue was the same thing to them and it makes us recognize. That blue is a concept. It's a color. The electromagnetic spectrum is just that it's a spectrum somewhere along the way human beings learn to discern blues from greens. But that is not how we started. And so that's a little bit of hint to as they progress into this more realistic more fantastic world. You know step by step from the realistic into the fantastic. There are things that.
"keith" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"And you know. And they're on a very you know important mission there on a scientific mission to jupiter and as they are making their last About to make their last refueling stop in and these are the ulysses is a eureka class interplanetary spacecraft as was designed for these museum exhibits it uses a system by which automated refueling. Tankers are launched far far in advance. Either the moon or from series and series of course is hosts a massive sub service ocean as we've As it seems to be Whether that's in actual fluids or it's in bryan salts either way it's it's a tremendous amount of water there and so we have a situation where these miners who live farther than any human being has ever lived have been working building place and feel that they have rights in. They have rights that they don't that that are not being respected by the companies who rightfully had paid for this paid for the construction of these these surface installation in these huge centrifuge habitats to enable them to to live comfortably on the surface there. And so what happens is that they're the fuel tankers. Don't show who and they have a choice. They're given a choice by series that we're not going to send them where we're using you as a pawn and using your mission as a pawn in pushing our rights with the earth and by by causing the failure of this spectacular mission. We're that's how we're going to get more concessions from earth and perhaps Independence and cal is not the kinda guy to deal with that you know. He's an old school. Failure is no option Astronaut and he says you know the and the mission control tells in your best bet is a free return trajectory around jupiter and come home. You'll lynch home and it'll be dicey but you guys will make it an cal- doesn't like that. And so he decides to do is instead of using the last vestiges of of fuel in their remaining tankers to put them on a free return trajectory. They're just going to go to series because it happened to have been coincide with jupiter. That's why the mission was designed the way it was and so they decide to show up in a series orbit and push their luck. And that's that's kind of where the That i spoke goes cool. All right why are we take a short break. We're talking to are peter keith. About his book and that is wind dark deep. And we'll be.
"keith" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show
"Only seminars and he's regarded as the UK's number one more business speaker the author full books including the highest rating. Business Book on Amazon is latest Book Now. Want is currently stolen the charts. Brad will change the way you approach your life business and direction forever. That is my guest today. So Hey Hey. Brian how you doing good to good to hear good to hear that good here. Great to have you on here now. Most people know you as a UK number one motivational business speaker. But we wanted to explore something before that is a show that fear and let's face it or or you'll get get your windows shot out. There must be a heck of a lot of fear. That's going on there so take back to what happened before that incident with the windows being shot. So listen is in a book. Again to Chapter to Dr Laura Anoxia Kentucky that if you really want me to. But it's not a pleasant. They wouldn't need to say look. Everything happens for a reason. And that was the worst alive. Generally the second ninety minutes five bliss Moved overnight. You would do you know if I said you got to move to new locations. Nobody knows your question. It would have to be some some other country. Yes and that's what happened to me. A had to make that decision rocket you know it did not the luxury of thinking about that into get out. Does a fair does not even mutual Surprise you don't move away from it all kind of now. I mean this case is interest was as a result of that fee. I kind of believe there was going to be tomorrow so consequently why did is at least a day like my last. And that's great into the coach. Wake up the next day and you kind of life and and you know whether he's over eighteen drinking drugs or whatever and I kind of lived in short term. Isn't there wasn't a few so it's quite Dowa was quite a now as many as full of depressionol But when I look back now now look at that time you know everything happens to the reason on the scary as that was kind of bad before today because a a a nice grounded that feed kind of dealt with the mobile phone. Don't right now. Get some government for munches some blister. You would know once. Oh my gosh about new boys go down next week. Ten careers can hopelessly blizzard widow. Now the eight is now two or one kind of recalibrate your whole ability to deal with so I mean how how do you. I mean it's only guess most Wiscon- even imagined thought of bullets going through. And how the heck do you deal how you know just gave up? They what what what is it they get you doing and makes you go right on to get through this so great question Looking Back Keith. Did give up. Did you know four years of Benefits Got Dick? Dick wrote an actually. The only reason can stop doing drugs. Who's ever now? I'm GonNa Really. So yes you you look at that party. What I did is kind of ditties oppressed so this. Go Away from the fe for much of that and then I went into suppression more which is won't fade. Just felt worthless. Didn't believe the hard way through this. Was preordained be a food. Unnaturally show today Amundsen Moloch round on that. I always ask this question. When did she is fun? What does this make possible? This made possible was a new fresh stop. I didn't see that I stopped many many as well. I saw a kind of spent so sad looking wistfully about my previous life. One went out she looking forward and right now as we in this. Kobe team said principal. So many people looking about you know what life would likely for this contract so the job or the business now exchange as opposed to okay. What does this make possible? And that's that's a really really important point that you touchdown right the snow there. It's one that so many. I mean we often hear all these great inspirational stories about people that are in the picture despair and they turn around and on ice brilliant. You touched on a very important point. That was shit for while afterwards did suck and I think that's a really important thing for people to realize that yes you pass over but it is humid Tokyo. Humans suck for awhile absolutely. It's if you think about twenty five years ago just Muffin twenty-five vehicle that was after twenty five years ago and I wasted five years of a life. Belief LOOKING DOWN. Be An on the likes. Actually look now. The greatest thing ever happened if you think about United speaking help you bury Hit Moses and actually none of this would have happened. If it wasn't the worst life what would you might now right now. In Louisville Humi old whatever community wants. What would she do so everything happens for the reason? Three amazing children we want and actually They would never have happened if it wasn't for the worst of life. So when shootings in more question what does this possible when when when will share in the fuck you think. He's really hard and it will get hard states yourself. This is not how much reince check from. A book is not how this chatroom Bookends. Okay how well success? Okay pray waited. How how'd you get chapter two right now way? He needs to be well other stories that you need to right now. Then you know to get waiting needs unless if you think about me. Notifications would close lot shots addicted wise for years on benefit illiterate yet written four books and motivational speaker at the highest level in the UK businesses. Like wow how did that happen in? Because the way I decided that the whole struggle life that was Kinda thought was mine. I decided to get off the back and we can all do that. Yeah that that that whole goat by this is not how it ends. I think that is a really really turns what feels like a life ending thing it turns it into a cliffhanger of the end of the chapter. Orlando the episode. Let tune in next week. Absolutely you know Keith. Because you think about you made on know. I'm a professional speaker. Now there's been times as professional speak. I'd go up on a.
"keith" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"keith" Discussed on Biz4Good Show
"The best episode of Two Thousand Twenty. That's right using four kicking off. This is so cool seriously We've we've seen each other and we walk in the same office space so we see You all the time and you always wonder you know what people do. And how did they do it? And I've had people tell me. Oh man you gotta talk to Keith. He has this cool stuff. He's doing such cool cool stuff and So I'm glad we finally did and kind of got to know exactly what you're doing. Yeah say so much for your time. This has been great and thank you for putting on this show and being taking charge and leading the charge in having businesses. Do good things awesome. We always liked to to ask this last question. But I think we've been answering it this whole time. Now when we I was talking to Keith. And and The title was hard skills. Don't Work Yeah. I mean you both Ryan..
"keith" Discussed on The Keith Blakemore-Noble Radio Show
"Great to have you back and today. We're talking talking. All about New Year's resolutions are now yet that stick with me though. It's probably think we're talking about New Year's resolutions Russians. Why Yours will almost certainly fail and what you can do about it now this now? There's a topic to talk about what. What do I mean by while yours will most likely fail negative? Keith isn't it why would you. Why would you say that well? Is he his a reality. Yes loads and loads of every new year rush loads of New Year's resolutions. All things we're going to do to change on is new New Year new me. I'M GONNA lose weight. I'M GONNA learn days. Do that Blah Blah Blah Blah. We all resolutions. We make but the the reality is simply this only eight percent of people keep the New Year's resolutions over the course of the year. Ninety two percent of people fail to keep that resolutions ninety-two percent. Ed Fail which is why I say yours will almost certainly fail. You'll most likely to be in the ninety two percent but it doesn't have to be that way. I'M GONNA take a look at that in this episode. We're going to look at why so many New Year's resolutions fail. I want to look at what you can do to you. The absolute best chance of succeeding and this this. This is a big thing. I mean there's even a day Seventeenth of January is international ditch on New Year's resolution day precisely because so many people fail to keep them so I was saying you should make resolutions anytime racist topic. I get quite a few people. Say how dare you tell people. I'm not to make New Year's resolutions. You should be encouraging people to make New Year's resolutions. I'm not telling you not to make them. You WanNa make go ahead and make them what I am doing is looking to give you the absolute best chance to succeed because look it will be foolish to set out and do something knowing. You're most likely going to fail..
"keith" Discussed on Fabled Folly
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"keith" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Hey. What can the Keith and the girl I'm Keith Malley come the how are you? I'm great. How How are you? you? I'm great. We have great guests today. I think so featured on their flicks comedy central. He appeared on Conan. The I don't watch morning shows. I don't know how to pronounce it. The today show, of course featured on siriusxm featured on a and E your pal in mine. Christian finnegan. Hello, Keith Hello, Christian. It's thank you for having me mild-mannered. That's mild, mild, is my middle name. Well, glad you have the serious voice. Because don't sure how to bring this up last time you're on. We were talking about how parkland victims and sandy hit comedy. Now that they're, you know. Grown, Columbine victims. They're committing suicide because they can't deal with what happened. So long ago, a China say that PTSD Israel police Keith can we start the show? This is. All the time, like midway through the introduction. Still you've done fifty percent of your work. All right. Also joining us featured on Gotham comedy, live foxes Red Eye. Siriusxm the Edinburgh fringe festival. Celebrating by the way, one year of getting Kice flesh salami. Very exciting key. Right. Chris infant. Cala cossio. How're you doing Kyle? Last year. You develop the worst credit, which is Keith dig. And I'm so sorry. I'll every time I come on. No matter what I've accomplished or done. This is all I get. It's weird that in my legs credit. Yeah. It's kind of a sad thing when you're, you're the love of your life, does not to pronounce the word Edinburgh, but it's, it's fine. Fine there. He wasn't invited. No. It's the way the word literally changes you know, if we all start pronouncing things the way they look. Why would you can't you just keep saying toll it? It's going to catch on. You'll see wait. You're agreeing that he says toilet weird right? Yeah. Yeah. Say toilet no bridge dot com. I don't have to. The commode. Yom is trying to get me to say the T word. Right. What does that mean? Don't pro. Is that it's where the magic happens? How is your mother's day car terrible? That sounds like mother's day. Who did good though? You got me something he got. You've got me twizzlers and salami and unfortunate. Now, I card and Twix Twix and. Massive, and and bath bombs. Thank you. Well, she seems thrilled honestly, really? It seems she's jumping out of her seat here. The it was the least you can do. No, he did the math and that was literally. I love getting gifts from drains doing. People are acting like you get things free at way, Marie. You still gotta pay money. These things. It's funny how much credit he wants for the shitty thing, while it's not hard competition with her three kids. All what he did. He goes, I better kids are gonna suck. So here's a Duane Reade piece of shit. At least I got a separate card, then those little monsters, one card for three kids gave her chocolate eight chocolate themselves. If you mix up your kids gives in case gifts, would you be able to know the difference like them out of a bag anyway?.
"keith" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Nine zero zero. And Keith you mention building a circuit breaker into your investment strategy. Can you tell us more about that? You know? I did I gave it a give it away. Didn't I four is? And you're gonna love this name. I hopefully, they'll let me say it on the radio don't play without protection. Don't do it. But it's true don't play without protection. And I'm talking about investments, of course. Of course, come on. What else would I be talking about? But you've got to have asset protection plan in place. It's very important. You can't just you wouldn't do wouldn't ride a motorcycle without a helmet. You wouldn't jump out of a plane without a parachute? You've got to have asset protection as part of your overall retirement master plan as part of your investment plan. I always say the three legs to the investment retirement stool, the planning which I've covered in depth the investment platforms number two, which I've just covered. And number three is asset protection, we use wealth guard, which has that asset protection system. I just talked about. And it really is. It's a circuit breaker, you need that don't just say. Oh, well, no when the market's going down, and I'll get out of the market, you won't you definitely won't. I can't tell you. I wish I had a nickel for every time. Somebody said she knew the market was going down new with it. Didn't know you just don't you think? And no one has time to sit in front of that computer screen, again, the point of today's show Keith is we want you out there. And we want you to be able to spend what you work so hard for it. Enjoy life and not be stuck to that computer screen or watching the financial news every day trying to guess what the market's going to do next. You've gotta find that fine. Balance of how much can I spend. So you don't I broke, of course, unless you know, exactly what you're going to die. So right that left checks. What bounces or you don't want to much money left over.