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"kim clark" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:14 min | Last month

"kim clark" Discussed on WJR 760

"Where would we be without these great companies like General Motors and Lear? But there are many more but all of them that support so many good causes, and I try to help as many as I can, and I fall behind. I Haven't had an assistant in years. And so it's me and I am the least. Organized person in the world, the 80 HD. I have actually helps me do my job, but it wreaks havoc in a lot of other areas. So with that to make a Copa Pastor Kim Clark from the great Sense of hope. I still owe you money that I have pledged. Last time we talked and and here's why. I went online after we talked, and I screwed it up somehow or another. And I moved on because I move onto my next disaster. My next fire that I have to put out my next whatever is on my list of woe. So I'm going to start off this conversation. You've got a big deal coming up this Thursday. April 22nd. We just heard the commercial for this. This virtual event, this fashion show. That's going to be great, and it's important. But if people want to help you at the great Centers of Hope, programs for men, women and Children who are seeking shelter and healing for their souls, you get no government funding. You depend on us? How do we contribute? What is the quickest, simplest, easiest line to getting money to you? Well, I would. I want to thank you, Paul or having me on this morning, of course. Donating two very sinners of hope. I think the easiest way is to go to our website, www dot grace centers of Hope dot or g'kar. And you can course donate online or you can call us direct at 2483342187 American people, the most giving people in the world as you said, We received no government funding and are dependent on folks to donate to great centers. Our budget is almost $7 million a year and we see people coming through each year and this has been a wonderful year is Firas. Uh, the Colbert situation. We thought things would be really, really tough, aspires donations to grace centers. But God's people the American people have come through for us and We're grateful. Well, great centers of Hope. Established in 1942. It's one of the largest faith based long term life skills programs for those afflicted by homelessness, addiction and abuse. In southeast Michigan and re mind people, they said it once I'll say it again, providing help and hope to those in need without any government funding. So you can go to www dot grace centers of hope dot org's or call direct 248334 21..

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"kim clark" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

04:29 min | Last month

"kim clark" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Four feet off the ground right right in their last game but we when we did their team preview. I dunno whatever we'd be made me do whatever it was He is one of the most influential chance creators in the leaders and for them specifically no one else really creates on their own. Outside of the pattern. I mean he's still. It's through the pattern of play but this was a fine performance. This is one of those players that they cannot reach their level without him. There are some seattle. One without neagle. Darrow. that's a massive moment. i don't know that orlando's really capable of that for long stretches without pereira and to be clear orlando city a great possession team at the start of last year. It wasn't just pereira was carreira. Roselle tina they had none of them in this game. If i'm in orlando city fan. I understand being frustrated at not getting the full three points against a wounded atlanta team exhausted atlanta team This performance was fine. It was fine gael. Go into next week get a little bit healthier. Get a little bit better. It's oscar eha. You should completely trust him to figure things out. Yeah i mean look in ninety completely. Trust his barber. I don't know if that's the right move from ninety but Yeah there was no creativity in the final third but somebody took chances with that haircut. I am not a fan of allah twenty two hundred twenty. Play the weekend kim clark. He only scores bangers now rebels in win. Skc go to rebel arena and get one. Shall we have represented this. is john. Pulse camp yeah exactly postgame gianluca. Buccio is a false nine on the bench celebrating. I mean it's a. It was a big win for sporting kansas city. But that came. Clark goal is just absurd. Like that's honestly that's exelon esque stuff. I think it was a nice volley. I didn't think it was really his. His foot is like middle of his chest. Professional soccer player. How many other. How many professional soccer players you see doing that. Not many not many okay. Fine this is taken. Clark eraser was really nice. It was it was a very goal and and you can see why he is headed to rb leipzig next year. What i can't figure out why he was on the side of the diamond interest in ca- sarah's s rather was Was at the point of the diamond. This it was. It was bizarre to see him out there. Because i think it limited his impact in the final third and he is probably the most gifted player on the team in the final third The pace of this game was ridiculous. The number and i wrote about this in my column like we have this data. Thanks to second spectrum tracking data that measures the number of possessions in a game and the red bulls last year played at the most frenetic pace in the league..

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"kim clark" Discussed on The Information's 411

The Information's 411

08:11 min | 2 months ago

"kim clark" Discussed on The Information's 411

"That amid the flurry of tech deals tiger has been the flurry. Est it's alpes. Sequoia capital recent horowitz and excel in the number of startup deals. It's done this year. But who is this quiet press-shy firm who is tiger. That's the subject of our first segment on today's episode of the four one one. I'm cory weinberg. And i'll be speaking to my colleague. Kim clark who just came out with a fascinating feature inside tagger goebbels deal machine. Kate spent time talking to founders. Nbc's about what makes the firm unique and what they're investing streak tells us about venture capital in twenty twenty one. Then we talked travel startups investing in trouble. Startups has been understandably week over the past year. But it's starting to turn the corner. Wendy pollock the information senior editor. And i will have a conversation about story. I wrote this week about what's going on with startups like saunder trip actions and hopper and we'll even talk a little bit about airbnb but first let's talk tiger global with venture capital reporter kit. Clark all right kate. You've just spent a bunch of time trying to understand. What has the impact been of this one. New york hedge fund tiger global management but their impact has been on startups in silicon valley. Why did you pursue the story. What what got you intrigued by by tiger. The reason i chose tiger was because they were leading rounds pretty much every day. I was getting an e mail in my inbox from you. Know someone that works. Npr saying are you interested in in writing company. They're announcing around. Tiger global is leading and i've heard of them for years of course they're not new as very clear in the story. They've been around for two decades But this year kind of you know the tail end of kobe. I guess you could say and amid covid. They were striking more deals than they had an in their history and this year in particular about four deals on average per week so so nearly every day so that to answer your question it was the sheer pace of deal making that got me so interested and the fact that these people that work at these firms have not really been written about they managed to deploy several billion dollars a year. Many many tens of billions of dollars a year and yet fly very much under the radar. So i thought there was a good opportunity to sort of discover who these people are and what they're interested in and how they manage to move so quickly despite being a really really really small team totally. Let's start with the people will go into like the pace but tigers not affirm that like some other attention grabbing. Vc firms They they aren't about big personalities. They're not about people you know they're not masayoshi said mark andriessen who of you know historically put themselves front and center who are these guys so the first led by this guy chase call men and his private equity unit. Co-founder scotch lifer. Who really calls the shots. When it comes venture capital deals he has the autonomy to make decisions and does and like i said. They've invested in over sixty companies in just a three or four month period. Twenty twenty one and then kind of reporting to him is this guy named john. Curtis who has only been tiger for about four years. And has you know led rounds and i think fifty or sixty companies in that timeframe many of which you would you would certainly have heard of data bricks and others that have generated a lot of headlines in the last few months and that is really the some of the team of people who have a lot of power firm who are calling the shots on deals there are others including other partners and analysts and data scientists who work in the private equity side. I think one of the biggest takeaways from me and something that really surprised me about this reporting was how small of a team it was and how somehow they're able to move like three or four times faster than a lot of the capital firms that we cover i think one of the most eye-opening examples in your story discovered a little bit of play when people tweeted about the piece It's not like tiger has an army of internal. They don't have an internal team that is like coaching startups on sort of what to do. They're like hiring bain consultants to do that. What is tigers edge is. It just is it. Money is a moving quickly. What has gotten in them into so many deals in. What makes them unique. yeah. I do think it's moving quickly. I do think that these partners that i mentioned of course have expertise that they that they do share. I would say generally and you just kind of hit on. This is that they don't spend a ton of time with their portfolio companies. I mean if you're a team of three or four or five people and you have a portfolio of say five hundred companies. You don't really have the ability to take board seats or to spend your evenings and weekends and afternoons on the phone with various ios in instead they spend a lot of their time pursuing new deals. I think edge is. They can write really big checks. They're very comfortable tie valuations. It's not something that trips them up like might a different more classical. Vc firm and they have a lot of expertise on navigating the public markets. If you're if you're pre ipo business looking for pre ipo round of capital you probably want to raise money from tiger Versus a traditional venture capital firm that focuses more on growing a business in say product market fit and go to market strategy. Those aren't really things that you're worried about your worried about. Who were my investors going to be a public company. And can i find investors. Now that might stick with me through my entire. Ipo process and actually several years beyond that po. They want those long-term holders k. That's what they always say exactly long-term and that's what they want. It's a that's the truth. And that is something that gives them an edge coupled with all these other things that we just talked talked about the last time that there was a venture capital firm or sort of generally like a private tech investing firm That was showing the spotlight or so in the news every day. And you mentioned the centerpiece. It was softbank the pace of deals that they had coming out of their one. Hundred billion dollar vision fund was insane and vc's kind of traditional vc's kind of derided softbank. You know kind of considered it dumb money. Sometimes they're returns been obviously quite good. Thanks to coupon an uber. And and some other bets but people. How do people feel about tiger. Are these guys super savvy of the super smart people skeptical of how faster investing when i started reporting on this. I did expect that. The investors that i spoke to who of course weren't affiliated tiger. I expected that they would not like tiger. I expected that they would. You know sort of insult them in the process and say they're stealing all of our deals. They don't care about valuation their irresponsible. They're just like softbank. And that's not what i found. I think a lot of investors do like working tiger and don't necessarily want to insult them because they mark up the value of their companies and not just not just not just more value but like they provide capital to companies that are very capital intensive. And who need to raise more money and who's investors may not want to be the ones writing them a five hundred million dollar check another five hundred billion dollar check like can do so. What i learned is that they have a lot of valuable relationships within venture capital. They really admire a lot of venture capitalists. I think there are you know. Of course i came across people who think they are way way way too. i guess. Insensitive toward valuations and our way too willing to pay up in such a way that is actually affecting the entire markets. And i think in a year or two or three will be able to see more clearly as we are now able to a- sopping sort of what. The impact of tigers increased pace. This year has been but for now. You can't really call them out and say oh you know you're you're being really responsible because it looks like on paper that they're doing an.

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"kim clark" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

07:35 min | 3 months ago

"kim clark" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"He not to play in this game. So can you sustain it this game all right. I don't know let's put it. I don't wanna break news. But i don't know if anyone's listening he may not. He may not playing this game and if he doesn't play in this game then frankly you've got to sustain without arguably the player of the year in the big ten garza should get it will win but he's right there with them and that's an interesting thing for a coach. You and i both know amen. You win a game or two without a great player but you gotta sustain everybody. Has this right. Every single team has this but i look at ohio state. I say man. If caleb western at just come back because the what they got exactly what you just said shotmakers guys from different spots matchup nightmares. Just assuming you're really go but but man if they just had that big guy. But i do. I think it's elegant said. The you know virginia's going for an acc championship saturday. I did not know that because we've been killing them all year but because florida state has three losses right. what is what is virginia. Virginia i believe has two losses. They're going for a Let me make sure about this. We've got three virginia's not virginia's got four losses. They're trying to get a share here. Louisville has four some doing louisville virginia game big time game louisville. Virginia without hoagie williams. One of there's another sad sad story you talk about lake williams comes back. He's healed then he gets hurt like to me. My heart breaks for a kid like that. He was injured. He comes back he plays back. Nineteen minutes last game. Do like my heart breaks for kid like that. They say is an unbelievable. Katie's teammates very good player. He did he does everything right. I mean just to see him. Go through that with everything else. That's going on. I mean it just may literally makes me sick leak. Williams came out of fort. Wayne said you know. I'm gonna louisville and it was in. This is what i really liked about him. Okay was a bit overrated as a high school kid. You know what i mean. I mean you know. But he figured out who he was and became not only a really good player but incredibly valuable member slash louisville's team and that to me is pretty cool because a lot of times guys see their college or high school ratings and they they believe him no matter what happens with their careers. Does that make sense. Like i'm this guy you're screwing me instead of figuring out. Wait a second. Maybe i'm not this guy. Maybe i better listen to you. I can't stand it but leak williams and all these kids go. I hate my. I've seen what it's done to teams employers terrible. I came to an interesting game because the the strength of low votes. Obviously you talk about carly jones. Can growing thrones key. Clark matchups interesting. But it's david johnson samuel williamson like those guys have to play. Well that game's going to be interesting. Because i i'm i'm it's eight a because they've only lost four games. But i'm a little down on virginia because they're not checking people and missed the akita in and i liked virginia. Verster offense but deke and braxton key beta for lobby mistakes offensively and protector an actor and they were also good screeners like this is not a good screening virginia team. So everything they get is on. Paint touch throwback out to one of those bigs or maybe maybe houser will come off a small curl catch it and scored but to me. They just don't have. They're not as toughest virginia tapes. I've ever looked at virginia. You know over block our offense. They played pack line. They have a. They had edge to toughness. I don't see that virginia team. You grew that hundred percent. This is gonna sound very weird. But i think that you have to look at okay. What teams have what matchups right so. When i look at virginia last year i talked about j. off i talked about and i you know we were kidding. Out of broadcast centers remind you of said Anthony davis not. He's not as good but he reminds me up. he's longer. he's athletic. He blocked shots by j up. Now is a senior at seven foot. One is putting up pretty good numbers but when you're going to be a team that is really good and i'm talking about the tournament more than maybe this game. You have a weapon when you have a seven foot. One guy like john testy who can go to the top of the key and make threes. I don't think we're junior guards nearly enough. I don't think virginia's nearly virginia. I think virginia's very good though and they're good. They're good very good and i think they have. I think i don't know that they can make a run. I don't know if they can't make a up. I know this though. They got a bunch of guys and get hot over three four weeks stretch. They they got guys. That can make a bunch of threes over thursday saturday game or whatever you wanna do. They do have that but i. I have a little concerned. Kim clark with the ball at the end of a shock locks been tiger. Oh yeah and why do they keep doing it. I don't know. I mean well it's like why does kentucky keep on having devon ask you have the ball shacklock. Well no not shocked fox pretty import. Yeah usually like to get a good shot of now. Thrown back to the acc misspoke. It's going to be you know. Florida state press beach throwing it. Yeah they gotta beat notre dame and they win the type two years in a row it. What's notre dame your thoughts quickly. I think next year will be big year. I mean i it's i. I hate to see what people certain phantoms do. But i'm not just business would be limited They they had an incredible run Two years ago at hurt they would have been tournament team men so then they had the year after that was they had a bad year and then we had the cold year. So you know. People are getting restless I thought there was a great tweet yesterday. At coniston say people remembered here before we had that elite eight team this year. This is my coaches my team. This is my school. Get off coaches back. Basically i made it was great. It was great. It was picture of him with coach. Ray mike breys really good They had some issues with staff. They've had some issues obviously defending i believe that team comes back and they add one or two pieces. One piece basically Next year 'cause all those guys can come back troops going to be really good. I think that's one of the teams. Where the if you're a senior you can come back. But more importantly they have a whole group of juniors. And i think the chefs ski. And i think i think goodwin i think you'll you look at their team and they've got a another guys coming back. Kobe bryant at that. They could be good next year. They need a good summer and they probably need and they probably be one of those international trips nineveh. I wanna talk a little bit of on a broader sense. I'm i'm gonna make you a bet.

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"kim clark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:07 min | 8 months ago

"kim clark" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"You can continue to play, then you gotta move on I. Think I'm GonNa throw something out there and I'm straight up working off the top of my head right now. So look if it's imperfect or has problems please Charlie call me I'll be like that doesn't make any sense at all to me. We should not do that right now the Colorado rapids just as an example because again, they're not the only team that this is happening to it's just that they've had the most prolonged and now have I believe it's three. Games through that ten day span to try to get things right within within the team and to get negative tests across the board and three more games quote unquote postponed but it's hard to imagine where they fit it all in. So they played thirteen games whereas the teams around them in the western conference many have played eighteen. So it played sixteen plates seventeen I think every team when you get to them this season, you're supposed to have played twenty three games I think if you have not played twenty games, then you should not that you should not be inconsideration. And this is just my opinion, this is not something I've heard. This is not something that I'm like pulling from sources. This is just me saying this right now. So if you have not played twenty games, I don't think you should be considered but if you have played twenty games because of the circumstances because I don't think it is necessarily anyone's fault. This is just the state of society right now it's the society that we all live in than anybody who's played twenty games or more points per game. And I think that's okay. I think it's okay to go by points per game and I think it's okay to have things be a little bit different. I think it's okay to say you know this is a an outlier astros year and we are going to have to be flexible and change some of the rules and with the way that where we have to in the moment. So at that point, if you've gotten back up to that into the playoffs you go if you haven't I'm sorry but it is like the Dallas Nashville situations shut it down. Yeah. Let's let's go back the next year. Let's make sure the playoffs can go forward in the right way, and as you said, let's make sure everybody's doing the right thing. So the playoffs don't have issues at the same time it's very complicated. It's very difficult. We don't it's. It's. It's it's an instance where if all the teams are taking the responsibility to make sure that they're staying healthy enabled to compete, they should not be penalized. They shouldn't be penalized because other teams have haven't been able to to keep it together whether it's their fallen up at the end of the day every team every club has to go through the same process of of making sure that they're doing everything they can in their power. To play without covert to not to not get it into healthy so If a team plays every single game and didn't to miss one because they did their due diligence. They they. They were. You know. They could be trusted to. Do Their job then I'm one hundred percent with you that. Those other teams you gotta go. It's it's tough. It's not something that we want to say Orbi Thailand about, but it is the reality of our world right now let's get more positive can get indicate and Clark. Wow. Was it. So he starts his first match the morning this weekend the morning after signing, and he scores a the winner, and then he comes in scored the game tying goal off the bench against Toronto see just the best team in the Eastern Conference. He receives the ball in traffic. You takes a perfect touch inside fights off the pressure and this time instead of the right peg, it's the left pag in this time instead of getting past brag goes on it's just a laser beam to the top corner top fins as they might say, upper ninety West foot again, both feet now two goals in his first two games the kids seventeen years old. I don't WanNa hype too much Charlie but he's making it really hard. Well, he has the potential. Similar to a young Brinson. Right you see these these qualities in a player where You get your head's on a swivel. You're aware of your surroundings before the ball. You could see him take a look knowing that you can turn to the right because the players had dropped often at Tlc I think this season have have tended to drop off the Omar Gonzalez Chris Bingo partnership, which will get into later hasn't been as strong as I. Think DMC had hoped. So he turns and he takes advantage. Of the gap he found that that pocket turned and then just let it fly and when you have a player who who's aggressive, who can take advantage of of opportunities that at a young age. In the professional level against the strong CFC team. Yeah. It's it's okay to to start thinking about the future because he does have a promising one. Now it's still a process and we're GONNA talk mark McKenzie, it's not given you have to earn everything and you have to continue to be pushed. So I, think that he's got a good head on his shoulders and I think he's surrounded by the right people to make sure that it doesn't go to your head. You have to continue to push yourself continue to improve every single day, and once you get an environment and mentality. I think we're going to see a lot more from from this young kid and I don't think it's getting to his head. He was happy excited in the post game interview. He's like man I'm glad that I came in and did that. But he said right after that we have bigger things to worry about I. think that's a great sign also think that maybe. This season as weird and bizarre as it is, is a good time for young players like Kim Clarke to come in because he doesn't need to start every game there doesn't need to be pressure on the club to put him in the lineup right away and hey, he's one of your best players you gotta do this because of the. Wednesday. Saturday. Sunday back and forth mid week weekend cadence. You can just start once a week if that's what you WANNA. Do just starting once a week, bring him off the bench and the other one maybe bring off the bench twice. If you think maybe his legs aren't there you need to give somebody else a run like there's no requirement there's no pressure on the Red Bulls to just push this kid into the lineup and let it go i. Do want to get to this from from Dan hits us up all the time from up and I believe in Vancouver, and he says a few weeks ago was towel. This week gets Kim Clark by way out how the nicest we to I'm all in on side player kids from a team perspective where's the line between putting too much pressure on these kids and giving them the chance to step up and grow how should the rebels handle this? While I. Think it is long as he continues to earn it every day and training and he putting performances like this you play on. The, there's no reason to take him out and let them watch again if you're seventeen, no matter what your ages and you can bring it every day and you're going to perform at a high level. Then you're all you deserve to be on the field and you're earning your minutes. So there's no need to take take the foot off the gas and I think there's there is a hesitation across the league that man he's too young. I don't WANNA put too much pressure on know if he's ready. For, let him go out there and continue to perform. It happens all across the world. If you deserve if you earn it every single day in training because you're going to be pushed and there's ups and downs. But if you can stay mentally level in positive, how to be a great dad in fifteen seconds bike right? Go Fish Walk in the park phone call milkshake play catch picnic flag tell jokes laugh doc read a story. Tell a story bumper cars swing set bowling pillow fight cut loose stay tight. Because the smallest moments can have the biggest impact on a child's life. Take Time to be a dad today call eight, seven, seven, four, dad four, one, one or visit fatherhood dot Gov brought to you by the US Department of Health and Human Services and the Ad Council. 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"kim clark" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:36 min | 9 months ago

"kim clark" Discussed on WJR 760

"Hope begins with a good warm me a lead great centres of Hope and folks listening today can provide meals for one person at great sinners for $2. Five cents, and I hope your listeners will help us, especially during these times when Kobe has just taken over everything that's going on. I hope that Bill help us. Provide the meals with literally hundreds of people coming to great sinners for hope. When you are going to give money to someone you want to know what they do A little of their history. You should know that great centres of hope was established in 1940 to 1 of the Largest faith based residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities in the southeast Michigan. Helping those in need. And you do all of this If I recall correctly, Pastor Ken Clark Without government funding. That's her, Paul. And that also gets people's attention and get him to understand that it's moments like this on this. W J. R cares Day. That we give great centres of hope an opportunity to do the work you've done over almost 189,000 meals last year and into to be budgeted by donations and grants and And some of the thrift stores and special events like this one and others. To help you do what you do. Along with your career and education center. You help some of these folks get their G E D on and you help them get jobs Paul were were not simply a homeless centre in the sense that many people think of Ah, rescue making and simply serving meals. But actually take people from homelessness to home ownership without government funding through the help of our volunteers and people coming alongside Like W. J. R listeners. Tell me if you would pass to Kim Clark, CEO of Great Centres of Hope. Tell us about Your life Skills program. Well, 80, Probably 90% of the people that come to great centres are addicted to drugs and or alcohol and have lost Lost their way. We're interested not only and feeding clothing and sheltering. But seeing people get back into the mainstream, become productive citizens, and that's what our life skills classes do. They spend one year in house Getting their life back, and then we have an after care program. Where they moved to Little Grace Village, And then after that they have opportunity to buy one of the 55 houses that great centres of hope homes there in downtown Pontiac. In which long term program but we're seeing people get their lives back and become productive citizens again. What a great too. What a great feeling. That is. And what a great feeling that our listeners can have by participating and helping turn some lives around and you deal with men. You deal with women..

"kim clark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"kim clark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"The prices on those vehicles are generally around for two thousand dollars less than normal and I don't know how long that price advantage remains in place Kim Clark Erica in Oregon says the app credit karma says type of credit score between seven fifty and seventy five depending on who it's from and it's been roughly the same for months now the recently when I applied for a small loan the bank told me my credit score was eight twenty nine how is it possible there such a big difference well first of all that's a great problem to have because they complain I hear so often is Hey that credit score I got from credit karma what is it all with the bank said they said my score was blah blah blah well work so having a higher is really good okay so here's the scoop their credit score you see from credit karma is an approximation of your credit score using their methodology it is not based on the scoring model but most lenders use which is a fight go score the fight goes score is the one it's not like the official score but it's the one used for probably ninety five percent of borrowing decisions their credit bureaus have their own model called the vantage score with the credit bureaus are trying to take market share from the company called fight go but so far it's been slow going for them and what you get with any scoring model is you get a general direction almost like are you think about poor shoes you can win even though you don't hit the target exactly that's what you're getting with a credit score approximation in addition the credit score they drew if you look at a fight goes score that winter would see a different score if they pulled from a trans union report then from a Experian report them from Equifax because the a fight go scores based on the information on that individual credit report they will very one report to another but again I'm really glad for you that your issue is that the score was higher the official one was higher than you expected not the same or lower you're listening to the Clark Howard show the three things you need to know three governor Ron DeSantis will appoint to South Florida judges to the state's highest court this afternoon we got an update on when Disney world may reopen tomorrow morning Walt Disney World and see world were present virtually before the economic recovery task force Orange County mayor Jerry Demings says county leaders toward Disney world and sea world today anticipation is building as Florida's space coast than the rest of the country gets ready for the first manned space flight from U. S. soil in nearly a decade George from Leesburg I'll be watching.

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"kim clark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"kim clark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hi everybody I'm Dennis Prager I have on the line in Missouri Eric Greitens former governor of Missouri I have followed this man's career he's an exceptional human being and I I was hoping I'd still hope that he will go very far in American political life use Republican governor of Missouri and then brought down by corrupt prosecutors who are now being investigated themselves but to get the full story we have vast governor Greitens to come on the show Eric Greitens it's a pleasure to have you on the Dennis Prager show yeah it's great to be on thanks so much for having me on today why don't you bring the country up to date because obviously people don't follow every issue in every state people in Missouri no no what happened but not everybody outside of Missouri so in a nutshell what happened to you in a nutshell I came into politics as a conservative as an outsider I had spent my life as a navy seal hi deployed overseas that plays like a rock Afghanistan Southeast Asia Africa I came home after my team was hit by a suicide truck bomb I started an organization perfections called the mission continues I was an outsider to politics and in twenty sixteen I decided that I was going to run for governor in Iran and when we announced that we were running that if there was nobody in Missouri who gave us and gave us a chance but we ran a grassroots campaign with people all over the state who stood up and joined us to take on the political establishment can we want we want is a tremendous victory and in twenty sixteen and then I think what really shocked the political establishment was that when we came in the office I did exactly what we said we're going to do we slam shut the revolving door between the executive branch and lobbyists we banned all gifts from lobbyists we killed the politicians he raised there was this corrupt tax credit program in Missouri which is given only one point three billion dollars over the last decade we brought it down to zero and in short order what happened was we came in and we we stood up for the things that we campaigned on you know Missouri a lot of your national listeners will remember was also home to the Ferguson I when I when I ran one of the things that I said is that if something like this happens again we're going to shut it down we're not gonna allow looting we're not gonna allow burning it when I was governor we had another very similar incident like this is it Jason Stockley trial where a white police officer was hot was tried for having killed an African American man in Saint Louis we had antifa come and we had all of these activities come in and they said we're gonna burn Saint Louis we're gonna burn misery to the ground and I came out my actually existed with the fiancee of the man who'd been killed him I said look we're gonna protect everyone's constitutional rights everyone has a constitutional right to freedom of speech everyone has a constitutional right to assembly to protest and you're going to see the police coming out to protect us right but I was also very clear that you know throwing a brick at a police officer is not free speech burning a car is not free speech throw brick through windows is not free speech and I said anybody who engages in burning and looting what you're gonna find that the only safe space you're going to find in a jail cell and this rack really upset the whole Soros contingent and it greatly upset at diesels funded prosecutors in the city of Saint Louis named Kim Clark this is a woman whose souls fund in two thousand and sixteen funded over seventy percent of her campaign and so by the time we finished our first year in office we upset the political establishment we upset Kim Gardner the four hundred prosecutors ended two thousand and eighteen she brought false charges against me she charged me with crime she she you know it's a little like made me gonna have my mugshot taken everybody knew at the time she did this and she admitted to herself that she charged me for crimes with no evidence now currently to investigator has already been charged with seven felonies six counts of felony perjury one felony count of evidence tampering so they are being prosecuted now and I'm very grateful that Josh Josh was just last Thursday there was a report that came out from the surgery at the commission that investigated my campaign investigative news this extensive investigation twenty months I think they said it was over twenty three subpoenas eighty five hundred documents over twenty investigator interviews and at the end of that entire investigation they said that they found no evidence of any wrongdoing hello there if you would governor governor former governor of Missouri Eric Greitens the story if you're thinking of replacing your carpets due to pet stains and odors you must try genesis nine fifty thanks to genesis nine fifty I could have guests in my home without the shame of pet stains and odors genesis nine fifty with water breaks down the bonds 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"kim clark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"kim clark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hi everybody I'm Dennis Prager I have on the line in Missouri Eric brightens former governor of Missouri I have followed this man's career he is an exceptional human being and I was hoping and still hope that he will go very far in American political life use Republican governor of Missouri and then brought down by corrupt prosecutors who are now being investigated themselves but to get the full story on him fast governor greatness to come on the show Eric Crichton's it's a pleasure to have you on the Dennis Prager show yeah it's great to be on thanks so much for having me on today why don't you bring the country up to date because obviously people don't follow every issue in every state people in Missouri no no what happened but not everybody outside of Missouri so in a nutshell what happened to you okay in a nutshell I came in the politics of the conservative as an outsider I had spent my life as a navy seal hi deployed overseas that plays like a rock Afghanistan's Southeast Asia Africa I came home after my team was hit by a suicide truck bomb I started an organization perfections called the mission continues I was an outsider to politics and in twenty eight I decided that I was going to run for governor in Iran and what we announced that we were running that if there was nobody in Missouri who gave us and gave us a chance but we ran a grassroots campaign with people all over the state who stood up and joined us to take on the political establishment and we want we want is a tremendous victory and and twenty sixteen and then I think what really shocked the political establishment was that when we came into office I did exactly what we said we were going to do we slam shut the revolving door between the executive branch lobbyists we banned all gifts from lobbyists we killed the politicians he raised there was this corrupt tax credit program in Missouri which is given only one point three billion dollars over the last decade we brought it down to zero and in short order what happened was we came in and we we stood up for the things that we campaigned on you know Missouri a lot of your national listeners will remember was also home to the Ferguson I when I when I ran one of the things that I said is that if something like this happens again we're going to shut it down we're not gonna allow looting or not hello Bernie when I was governor we had another very similar incident like this is a case in fact the trial were of white police officer with a lot which tried for having killed an African American man in Saint Louis we had anti for comment and we had all of these activists come and they said we're gonna burn Saint Louis MO gonna burn misery to the ground and I came out my actually I I stood with the fiance of the man who'd been killed him I said look we're gonna protect everyone constitutional rights everyone has a constitutional right to freedom of speech everyone has the constitutional right to assembly protests and you're going to see the police coming out to protect those rights but I was also very clear that you know sort of brick at a police officer is not free speech burning a car is not free speech to a brick through windows is not free speech and I said anybody who engages in burning and looting what you're going to find that the only safe space you're going to find it in a jail cell and this rap really upset the whole Soros contingent and it greatly upset at the souls funded prosecutor in the city of Saint Louis named Kim Clark this is a woman whose souls fund and two thousand and sixteen funded over seventy percent of her campaign and so by the time we finished our first year in office we upset the political establishment we upset came Gardner the floors funded prosecutors ended two thousand and eighteen she brought false charges against me she charged me with crime she she you know it's a little like made me gonna have my mug shot taken everybody knew at the time she did this and she admitted to herself that she charged me for crimes with no evidence now currently investigator has already been charged with seven felony six counts of felony perjury one felony count of evidence tampering they are being prosecuted now and I'm very grateful that job gosh is just last Thursday there is a report that came out from the surgery at the commission that investigated my campaign investigative news the extensive investigation twenty months I think the editors over twenty three subpoenas eighty five hundred documents over twenty investigator interviews and at the end of that entire investigation they said that they found no evidence of any wrong doing a whole lot there few would governor governor for governor of Missouri Eric Crichton's the story gets worse and worse and worse reviews so is a remarkable product the only thing regarding weight loss that I've ever advertised because I believe in it I believe in it because it's the only FDA accepted product that includes EA we a is the enzyme or 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"kim clark" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"kim clark" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hi everybody I'm Dennis Prager I have on the line in Missouri Eric brightens former governor of Missouri I have followed this man's career he is an exceptional human being and I was hoping and still hope that he will go very far in American political life use Republican governor of Missouri and then brought down by corrupt prosecutors who are now being investigated themselves but to get the full story we have asked governor greatness to come on the show Eric Crichton's it's a pleasure to have you on the Dennis Prager show yeah it's great to be on thanks so much for having me on why don't you bring the country up to date because obviously people don't follow every issue in every state people in Missouri no no what happened but not everybody outside of Missouri so in a nutshell what happened to you well that's it in a nutshell I came into politics as a conservative as an outsider I had spent my life as a navy seal hi deployed overseas that plays like a rock Afghanistan's Southeast Asia the wine of Africa I came home after my team was hit by a suicide truck bomb I started an organization professions called the mission continues I was an outsider politics and in twenty sixteen I decided that I was going to run for governor in Iran and when we announced that we were running that there was nobody in Missouri who gave us and gave us a chance but we ran a grassroots campaign with people all over the state who stood up and joined us to take on the political establishment and we want we want is a tremendous victory and and twenty sixteen and then I think what really shocked the political establishment was that when we came in the office I did exactly what we said we were going to do we slam shut the revolving door between the executive branch lobbyists we banned all gifts from lobbyists we killed the politicians he raised there was this corrupt tax credit program in Missouri which given only one point three billion dollars over the last decade we brought it down zero yeah in short order what happened was we came in and we we stood up for the things that we campaigned on you know Missouri a lot of your national listeners will remember was also home to the Ferguson I when I when I ran one of the things that I said is that if something like this happens again we're going to shut it down we're not gonna allow looting when I can allow burning it when I was governor we had another very similar incident like this is a case in fact the trial were white police officer with a lot which tried for having killed an African American man in Saint Louis we had anti for comment and we had all of these activists come and they said we're gonna burn Saint Louis MO gonna burn misery to the ground and I came out my X. rays I stood with the fiance of the man who'd been killed and I said look we're gonna protect everyone's constitutional rights everyone has a constitutional right to freedom of speech everyone has the constitutional right to assembly protests and you're going to see the police coming out to protect those rights but I was also very clear that you know sort of brick at a police officer is not free speech burning a car is not free speech to a brick through windows is not free speech and I said anybody who engages in burning and looting what you're gonna find that the only safe place you're going to find in a jail cell and this rap really upset the whole Soros contingent and it greatly upset at the souls funded prosecutor in the city of Saint Louis named Kim Clark this is a woman whose souls fund in two thousand and sixteen funded over seventy percent of her campaign and so by the time we finished our first year in office we upset the political establishment we upset Kim Gardner the floors funded prosecutors in the two thousand and eighteen she brought false charges against me she charged me with crime she she you know it's a little like made me gonna have my mug shot again everybody knew at the time she did this and she admitted to herself that she charged me for crimes with no evidence now lead investigator has already been charged with seven felony six counts of felony perjury one felony count of evidence tampering who they are being prosecuted now and I'm very grateful that Josh gosh is just last Thursday there is a report that came out from the Missouri ethics commission that investigated my campaign and best to get the news this extensive investigation twenty months I think that that is over twenty three subpoenas eighty five hundred documents over twenty investigator interviews and at the end of that entire investigation they said that they found no evidence of any wrong doing a whole lot there few would governor governor for governor of Missouri Eric Crichton's the story gets worse and worse and worse reviews so is a remarkable product the only thing regarding weight loss that I've ever advertised because I believe in if I believe in it because it's the only FDA except the product that includes we a we a is the enzyme 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"kim clark" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

09:37 min | 1 year ago

"kim clark" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Dan is with us on the Clark Howard show hello Dan hi court are you doing great thank you you are a good saver are you not. yeah I I I think so maybe but that's that's my question now been doing this for a bit and haven't found a great answer and want to get your input probably about ten fifteen years ago I I ended up by opening an account with an online bank the problem with the couple percentage point interest rate and so I open an account and it went well I I stashed away from some cash and then you know over the years I've been opening up little sort of specialized you know sub account so I've got one for my taxes one for you know my car saving one for my next laptop computer one for our kids braces and one for holiday for about fifteen little account here and and have a good balance you know it's it's about thirty thousand but I start thinking you know I'm not earning a whole interest on that day and I can barely breathe I am so excited by what you've told me. I mean here you are calling me I can hear that discouragement in your voice and I am ecstatic hearing what you're saying because you. our planning in advance for expenses but you know were coming and expenses that you cannot anticipate and you were not only preparing yourself for a rainy day but you're preparing yourself for things that are gonna happen like clock work in your life. right right so that's that's wonderful so why does it feel bad to you. I wonder I think I've heard you say a couple times that no it's not great dispatched to much caffeine the the recount it's good to to invest and I I'm doing that a bit already but I just wonder with these fun should I just leave them here where it's safe or should I be moving them to you know an investment account where I can be earning a little bit more interest I mean I love the act the idea that I can see what they're all for their designated and they're protected but I wonder if I could be earning something a little better what a great question and we can talk specifically about the difference between savings and investment so the money for your daughters you said your daughter's braces yeah couple could raise a couple kids braces right so those are going to cost you was it five grand a kid. it could be it could be yeah so I mean that's some serious money you've got to come up with and you can you know when that's going to happen how far in the future so how soon is it for each of your kids. I mean you know some of these expenses yeah are things that we might use next year like will buy a car probably later this year will take some of the fund up for that but getting getting to my point money that you're not going to need for a decade or longer should be invested on the other hand money that's going to have to use a specially within five years should be absolutely locked down in simple savings like you're doing now in money you're gonna need between five and ten years is kind of a mixed message what you should do with it but they're shorter time period you're looking at it's all about savings the longer time period you're looking at it gradually becomes all about investing. so a lot of these fifteen accounts I'm guessing for needs that will occur within a five year window from now is that accurate or inaccurate yeah yeah that's that's pretty much it so in that case you're doing at a hundred percent right. wonderful. now then the other question for you because you're so diligent about saving and creating different purpose based accounts for your wife what are you doing to save for retirement. yes so you know our income is not very high most of the savings have come from tax returns little not surprised amounted gotten here and there but we work for a nonprofit in our our incomes not so high so we do a little bit every month into a rock fire any my wife and I and we're trying to do more so that their next up is the try to. added it up a little bit but exactly you're doing you're doing a great thing you're doing a great job and I want you to be proud of how methodical you think about the expenses is there are going to come up in your life great job. Kim is with us on the Clark Howard show hello Kim. Clark how can I be of service to you today Kim well a lot of retired here again and we plan on taking a vacation last year but my son got married so that's where our money went last year hello this year would you like to marry. yeah. that's always the important part right. yes yeah but we'll plan on going pro you know why in my. that I your goal while white white white white yeah so we were trying to figure out when I moved on to several besides the load for the best airfare in our question is how do you find the best airfare. well take into days to get there and also it seems like every time we go on and look the prices change shop thank you. well generally generally airfares change repeatedly through a day in search technology the airlines use that they were really the ones that perfected that call dynamic demand pricing so you could look at a fair ten minutes ago and see a different fare ten minutes from now that explained I thought they were diagnosed and like every day it changes they actually will do fine much so let me tell you some tricks to get a deal to Hawaii there's a lot of air fare competition right now to the Hawaiian Islands from the west coast. yeah if you live in the eastern part of the United States. good deals to Hawaii or few and far between. so what often will save you money is to actually buy two tickets one from where you live to the west coast in a second ticket from typically California Oregon or Washington to find your case you want to go to Kawai E. in the way I look at it you said you retired you make it an even better experience you go out let's say the same Francisco spend a couple days they are. and then go on on the flight you purchase to go to Hawaii okay but that says run around I just never have I've always use one airline area never change their lives I know some people do that well I do it quite frequently because you know I'm only into being cheap right. yeah I understand that so so think about actually getting about the advantage let's say you've always want to go to San Diego or whatever it is you know you can buy a ticket to one of the west coast places but first I'd start with where's the cheapest deal you can get from the west coast to Hawaii and I want you to look closely at the websites of Hawaiian airlines and Alaska Airlines. okay that are offering the best fares so let me tell you where you should look from work on the website Google dot com slash flights. and kayak dot com in on contact do plus or minus three days I mean you're retired right see then have to be a particular day going over a particular day coming back in chi ankle put up fair matrix showing a huge. list affairs the lowest fare day by day going this day coming back that day and on like that and you know you've got a good deal when you get a deal from the west coast to Hawaii in the four hundred or three hundred it's round trip and fares are so cheap within the United States the getting the west coast for most anywhere in the eastern half the country should be to something round trip and low three hundred round trip they get two trips out of it and they're great and I hope you have a great time Kim the thing with the fares I want to mention. is that. I don't buy travel the way Kim is looking at buying travel I wait till some weird deal pops up and I buy that. in that determines my destination. and if you ever heard me say that you're like that guy's crazy crazy like a fox because the way airfares patterns work today they're so irregular need never know where that great deal is going to be you're listening to the Clark Howard show. eleven nineteen and the core rate Kerrier WSB twenty four hour chances in a rolling closure on the west.

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"kim clark" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"kim clark" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

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"kim clark" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:28 min | 1 year ago

"kim clark" Discussed on KGO 810

"World order of the twenty first century John Batchelor show. okay ten. I'm John bass this is the John Batchelor show of my colleague Brad our is an English. this time in America for market watches column but is now in London observing at close hand the excitement in Harlem this will be English history and several hundred years but right now it's a confusion of headlines Boris Johnson with the leader of the Conservative Party the Tories who are dominant sort of in the parliament as they approach this crisis called brexit lot of special language here so Brenda very good evening to you I read you the breaking news headline in the Financial Times and ask for your interpretation it says Boris Johnson snap election bid blocked after MPs vote to stop no deal brexit as it happened Brad what the heck is going on good evening to good evening to you and John I do need to correct your before we go any further on only half an Englishman and I like to point out I was born in Poughkeepsie New York so I am actually American I'm forty nine percent British I think through education but I am and fifty one percent American however I've been here and also and I was educated here enough to sort of understand what's going on and every time I come back to visit people there another crisis and I'm people are starting to us whether I'm causing the crises because every time I book a trip under government full or referendum but it delivers a shock result. for the day and the brexit vote in which the pound crash so you were going shopping you're always at the right time yes find it and work I mean the the pound is down there but you know particularly low levels it's wonderful for me a friend of mine was a cabinet minister actually with Theresa may and he he did not take very well to lie occasional sarcastic text messages saying would you please thank Theresa may I think she's been the best prime minister in British history because all my money themselves I don't give a possible anyway what we have now is a situation that I don't think has any parallel in modern British history and for American audiences I think the first thing you have to get your head around is imagined as if the American government only consisted of the house of representatives so the Senate basically doesn't really exist and there isn't a president who's separate you have the house of representatives and effectively Nancy Pelosi is prime minister that's sort of how it works in Britain they affected we have come down to a single legislature the house of Commons equipment about house of representatives and that's where all the power lies and the prime minister is chosen from within the house of Commons and the house of Commons is elected and so essentially they don't have the same separation of powers nine of the towers of all what we have now is a very bizarre situation where actually there was an internal party Theresa may was ousted as the leader of the governing Conservative Party and replaced with the popular blogs very mercurial candidate Boris Johnson with the white hair and he has just taken over and he has suffered in his first two days with all of it back in session three he had three big votes and he's also for he's over three it is a bizarre and disaster situation and what makes it particularly old is he can't even call a new election to get a new parliament unlike in our American house of representatives where we have elections every two years in Britain almond is elected every five years or more often if. two thirds of the members looks to have an early election that's a recent change and what's happened now is fast Boris Johnson having suffered two defeats has essentially promotion to the house of Commons tonight asking for dissolution and a general election and he failed to get a majority of a sufficiently large majority to get that through so he no longer has a majority in the house of Commons he's lost that for a couple of reasons I can go into so he's basically a minority of prime minister and he did he did he can get election so essentially Britain is I wouldn't quite stays with our government but it's the government has quite limited power is there a is there anyone he's negotiating with because this headline ins indicates indicates that he was blocked is there a group that blocked him. well what he's done is very it's bizarre he has chosen for all the reasons since he took over at the end of July he has chosen a house that has pushed him to his sort of magnified his weakness is put him at odds with all sorts of people that he didn't need to be at odds with this move to trying to suspend parliament coursed was it was totally bizarre I was I was absolutely gobsmacked when I heard about it it was an idea that was kicked around six months ago by we'll Freeman's loony people and certainly was government policy any course such an outrage on social backlash lance there was an immediate motions were put to parliament essentially to bind his hands to make to prevent him having a new deal brexit or acting essentially without parliament control. and see for that and he will start services first books and so then he responded by kicking. twenty one of his own party red lead by chancellor Philip Hammond a significant player in the party notice to a parent he kicked out Kim Clark who is a former conservative chancellor of the exchequer and his name was father of the house he is the longest serving one's continuously serving member of parliament not save as an honorific title but it's a highly highly respected ticket and can clock is one of the most popular politician in the country is one of these people that you know even most of the opposition well I or have respect for also included my very good friend Greg Clark who was the business secretary until recently Winston Churchill's grandson I mean it was a snow blower purging the irony is he's he's picked these people out of the party and he's basically said they called stand for reelection as conservatives as punishment for voting against his government he's essentially brought him self into a very large hole and he is so seems to be determined to draw various blocks of people away from them it's it's it's a very bizarre strategy I don't understand it because Boris Johnson strength has always been his sort of perceived affability. publicly as a form of politicians and you know when he became mayor of London he very much reached out to the middle ground and he became a very popular and six and was seen as a successful mare so this time around he sort of going the other direction and you sort of trying to appeal to the ultra wing and has succeeded in essentially you know not just saying anything large groups of moderates but he's now essentially trapped he told her that he called get out of government he wants he wants an election a snap election and they've denied him that can that can can you to deny him that so that there is we're we remain in limbo. yes they can and because he's just driven twenty one people out of the party you know majority right now he don't have even less power I mean it wasn't even as if you went to these people and said look I know you voted against me but support me in calling for a a a general election I mean he's basically alienated them and then the US for their support I mean it's it's it's bizarre and you know referring sing on the conversation we have just a minute brat because this story will continue I I know there's no pay off but is there a crisis sense is there a sense of crisis in Britain now because of this or is this seen as parliament Terry game play no no there's a certain there's a sense of crisis and disbelief no one this this is uncharted territory you don't have a written constitution so essentially there wasn't a clear road map it's not even you know you will you know it in the US we have you know a presidency and we have you know all sorts of constitutional rule there's lots of checks and balances and found you all back positions and plan pays in all directions yes. you have I mean you it it's it's potentially a chaotic and you know his negotiating position with with Brussels must be chaotic coming they have no idea what's going on and they don't even I mean you know can they negotiate with them one of the possibilities that might emerge from this is the idea of a that Boris could be replaced by a government of national unity at this point Jeremy Corbyn the leader of the labor party is an extremist of the left and right is is very unpopular with a lot of people but there are you know probably three quarters of the parliamentary Labour Party all reasonably sane individuals and increasingly Boris Johnson is driving moderates out of his parliamentary Conservative Party when you throw in some of the minority parties particularly the liberal democrats' which is sort of a centrist party you might have the basis for some kind of national coalition at a government of national unity this is been kicked around ironically the people discussed as potential prime ministers caretaker prime minister in a government of national unity is either Kenneth Clarke the father of the house is now been expelled from the door body or his counterpart at home in a labor MP also moderate not who's the mother fascist on the seven female MP and needed to sort of consensus figures who are seen as sort of known not physically parties and controversial so that is one of the possibilities of just want to say it's quite interesting someone said to me about six weeks ago that despite all his erudition don't Johnson is often seen as a very intelligent person who does stupid things in the old time observer politics that you know a couple conclusion I don't think you very boring am I going to say the last week has made me think that that made me want even though he can you know speak make preselection quotations and some very erudite and well educated he makes really really bizarre difficult Brad Brad Erin was read Aaron's in London and there is no final act yet we are waiting. snap elections on a run snap elections rejected I'm John bachelor this is the.

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"kim clark" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"kim clark" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Most of these savings come from tax returns or little surprise amounts of gotten here and there, but we work for a nonprofit, and our our incomes not so high. So we do a little bit every month into a Roth IRA with my wife, and I and we're trying to do more. So it can get their next step is to try to ratchet that up a little bit. But exactly you're doing. You're doing a great thing. You're doing a great job. And I want you to be proud of how methodical you think about the expenses is they are going to come up in your life. Great job. Cam is with us on the Clark Howard show. Hello, kim. Clark. How can I be of service to you today? Kim. Retired a year ago, and we plan on taking vacation last year. But my son got married. So that's where our money went last year. So this year, what do you like remarried? Oh, yeah. Way girl. That's always the important part. Right. Oh, yeah. But we're planning on going to feel why in may. Why? Anyway. Y? Yeah. So we're we're trying to figure out when we've gone onto several decides to look for the best airfare, and I question is how do you find the best airfare? You know, what out taking two days to get there? And also, it seems like every time we go on and look twice prices change. Do they tag you? Well, generally, generally, airfares change repeatedly through a day. It's a technology. The airlines use that they were really the ones that perfected it called dynamic demand pricing. So you could look at a fair ten minutes ago and see different fair ten minutes from that explained. Tiger. It's like every day changes, and they actually do change much. So let me tell you some tricks to get a deal to Hawaii. There's a lot of airfare competition right now to the Hawaiian islands from the west coast. Yeah. Live in the eastern part of the United States the deals to Hawaii your few and far between. So what often will save you money is to actually buy two tickets one from where you live to the west coast and a second ticket from typically, California, Oregon or Washington to in your case, you want to go to Kawai and the way I look at it. You said you're retired. You make it an even better experience. You go out. Let's say to San Francisco spend a couple of days there. And then go on on the flight you purchased to go to Hawaii. That's that's interesting. I I just never have. I've always use one airline. Never changed airlines. I know some people do that. Well, I do it quite frequently. Because you know, I'm only into being cheap. Right. Oh, yeah. I understand that. So so think about about the advantage. Let's say you've always wanted to go to San Diego, or whatever it is. You know, you can. You can buy ticket to one of the west coast places, but I said start with where's the cheapest deal you can get from the west coast to Hawaii. And I want you to look closely at the websites of Hawaiian airlines and Alaska Airlines. Okay. That are offering the best fares. So let me tell you what you should look from Mark on the website Google dot com slash flights. And kayak dot com and on kayak do plus or minus three days. I mean, you're retired. Right. So he doesn't have to be a particular day going over a particular day coming back in kayak. Oh, put up a fair matrix showing a huge. List of fairs the lowest fare day by day going this day coming back that day on like that. And you know, you've got a good deal when you get a deal from the west coast to Hawaii in the four hundred or three hundred round trip and fares are so cheap within the United States that getting the west coast for most anywhere in the eastern half the country should be to something round trip and low three hundred round trip. Then you get two trips out of it. And that great, and I hope you have a great time Kim, the thing with the I want to mention is that I don't buy travel. The way Kim is looking at buying travel. I wait till some we're deal pops up, and I buy that. And that determines my destination. And if you ever heard me say that and you're like that guy's crazy. Crazy like a FOX because the way airfare patterns work today there so irregular. You never know where that great deal is going to be. You're listening to the Clark Howard show..

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"kim clark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"kim clark" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"So most of these savings it's come from tax returns or little surprise amounts of gotten here and there, but we work for a nonprofit, and our our incomes, not so high. So we do a little bit every month into a Roth IRA, my wife, and I and we're trying to do more. So it can get their next step is to try to ratchet that up a little bit exactly what you're doing. You're doing a great thing. You're doing a great job. And I want you to be proud of how methodical you think about the expenses is they are going to come up in your life. Great job. Cam is with us on the Clark Howard show. Hello, kim. Clark. How can I be of service to you today? Kim. Well, retired year ago and we plan on taking a bake ation last year, but my son got married. So that's where our money went last year. So this year, what do you like can we married? Oh, yeah. That's always the important part. Right. Oh, yeah. But we'll plan on going to in may. Europe awhile. Anyway. Y? Yeah. So we we're trying to figure out when we've gone onto several besides the look for the best airfare, and I question is how do you find the best airfare? Taking two days to get there. And also, it seems like every time we go on and look the prices change tagged. You. Well, generally, generally, airfares change repeatedly through a day. It's a technology. The airlines use that they were really the ones that perfected it called dynamic demand pricing. So you could look at a fair ten minutes ago and see a different fare ten minutes from now. I thought they were tiger says it's been like every day changes. They actually do change much. So let me tell you some tricks to get a deal to Hawaii. There's a lot of airfare competition right now. To the Hawaiian islands from the west coast. You live in the eastern part of the United States the deals to Hawaii your few and far between. So what often will save you money is to actually buy two tickets one from where you live to the west coast and a second ticket from typically, California, Oregon or Washington to in your case, you wanna go to Kawai and the way I look at it you save you're retired. You make it an even better experience. You go out. Let's say to San Francisco spend a couple of days there. And then go on on the flight you purchased to go to Hawaii. That's interesting. I I just never have. One airline and never changed airlines. I know some people do that. Well, I do it quite frequently. Because you know, I'm only into being cheap. Right. Oh, yeah. Understand that. So so think about about the advantage. Let's say you've always wanted to go to San Diego, or whatever it is. You know, you can buy a ticket to one of the west coast places, but I said start with where's the cheapest deal you can get from the west coast to Hawaii. And I want you to look closely at the websites of Hawaiian airlines and Alaska Airlines. Okay. That are offering the best fares. So let me tell you what you should what. From look on the website Google dot com slash flights. And kayak dot com and on kayak do plus or minus three days. I mean, you're retired. Right. See a particular day going over particular day coming back in kayaker put up a fair matrix showing a huge. List of fairs the lowest fare day by day going this day coming back that day and on like that. And you know, you've got a good deal when you get a deal from the west coast to Hawaii in the four hundred or three hundred round trip and fares are so cheap within the United States that getting the west coast for most anywhere in the eastern half the country should be to something round trip and low three hundred round trip. Then you got two trips out of it. And that great, and I hope you have great time Kim the thing with the fares. I want to mention is that I don't.

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"kim clark" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"kim clark" Discussed on Here & Now

"I think the biggest challenges is letting go of controlling or working specifically in the parlor with the cows in adapting to that new technology because anytime you're spending large sums of money in the millions of of dollars it's a large investment in time in research that's probably the biggest challenges getting over all of the dollar's that you're going to spend to adapt in an upgrade to this new technology but kim clark who is an educator from the university of nebraska extension office talking with us about robotics and dairy farms kim clark thanks so much thank you president donald trump has talked a lot about bringing back jobs for coal miners but when was the last time he talked about saving retail jobs a sales clerk laid off from sears for example may not get the same attention as a coal miner who loses his job but sales clerks stockroom workers and merchandise buyers actually represent a much larger portion of the economy than coal mining does in the six months ending in april some eighty nine thousand employees in general merchandise stores were laid off and that's more than the entire workforce of the us coal industry seiler velasco isn't economy reporter for the christian science monitor she recently wrote an article in the monitor called america stores are closing why isn't that raising a jobs alarm and she joins us welcome to hear now thanks for having me so first of all gives a sense about how big this problem is in retail across the country um it's pretty big retail employs about ten percent of all workers in the us economy so it's a huge segment of the labor force and it's shrinking um there's by some estimate just this year about fifty three hundred retail locations have closed bricks and mortar retail um by some estimates ballpark about one hundred thousand people have lost jobs because of that.

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Here & Now

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"kim clark" Discussed on Here & Now

"People on the left are opposing the sale because by and large they cease a sinclair is a bad ideological actor infusing i add conservative ideology into its newscasts uh and also objecting to the incredible consolidation of a local tv in the hands of one company you're also seen conservative outfits many them digital but with a tv aspirations are weighing in to object to it they're seeing their raising the same objections of consolidation explicitly but they're also seeing a real competitor gaining force sinclair could be the new kind of reflects to try to take oh uh take on that networka on tv that's an pierre media correspondent david full conflict david thanks is always you bet will add another job to the list of professions that are being replaced by machines in nebraska and other states a number of dairies have started to use robotic milking systems instead of human labour joining us now is kim clark who works as a dairy extension educator for the extension office at the university of nebraska in lincoln kim welcome thank you for having me and tell us about some of the robotic technologies that farmers were you are have been investing in lately so i guess earlier this year we had our first robotic dairy in nebraska that uh start in milking with robots and since then that was in february and since then we had a secondary that began knocking with robots in may and now we have a large number of other producers that are looking to install knocking robots as well so it's really exciting for us robots are nothing new within the industry they've been around in europe for a couple of decades already but in the united states were slowly starting to adapt that technology and now it has hit nebraska how did the cows reacts by the way to being milked by robots you know they actually really like it with the robot's they can go in and get knocked as frequently as they feel they need to it's consistent with the handling of of the others in the animals uh you know people can be variable with with their touch in everything on the animal.

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