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"magnette" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

Making the Turnaround Podcast

08:52 min | 10 months ago

"magnette" Discussed on Making the Turnaround Podcast

"Time to baptize you or maybe next month But Water Baptism is a beautiful thing and I would encourage those that have not been baptize. I'd really consider it on but anyway getting back to the ABC's so that a is except that you are a sinner. I mean that's really important Because we as humans can't save ourselves we have a creator we are the creature and we can't save ourselves but our creator. God his son. Jesus Christ can save us from the death of sin in the separation from God forever when our body is so Accepting that you are a center Romans three twenty three says for all have sinned income short of the glory of God. All of us have sinned every single one of us to varying degrees. We're all sinners. That's our reality. Okay so we all have sent and we must all accept that we are centers and we need a savior be is believed that. Jesus paid God's price for your sin when he died on the cross and that's what he did. He paid the price of our sin when he died John. Three sixteen says for God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whoever believes in him should not perish but have everlasting life. And I love that verse because it's his everlasting life. That is citizen ship in heaven. You know we're all citizens here on Earth if you're listening to the United States citizen of the United States. Hopefully you are if not might be working on that. And that's a good thing but we're all a citizen somewhere in some nation here on earth but are most important citizenship needs to be eternal life because even if we have a really long life here and we're blessed with that we're going somewhere else when we die it doesn't just end. It's not a big black hole. There is life after death. The Bible is very clear about it and talks about it frequently. You know there's heaven and there's hell and that is the reality and we can be citizens of Heaven when we accept and we believe in what Jesus Christ did for us and then the last one C- Confess and repent of your sin call on Jesus in Prayer and be starring enough for your sense that you're willing to turn away from them and come to Jesus by faith you know. The gift of eternal life is yours already. All you have to do is want it and then claim it it shears. It is a gift from Jesus Christ in what he did and he's giving it to you right now. If you want to reach out and grab it so confess that Jesus is Lord and be willing to turn away from things that would keep you from God you know. That's what making the turnaround this podcast is about. It's making the turnaround. You know repentance doesn't just mean say hey God I'm sorry for my son but it means actually turning around and going in a different direction saying you know what. I don't want to go back to that place. I don't want to do that. I don't want to think that I don't WanNa be that so I'm going to turn around and go the other way and I can. I can tell you just from my personal experience. A Great Center. It's life is so much better on God's roads it's you know turning around and going in the Opposite Direction. I've done it a thousand times in my life is so much better each time I do in and you know we're all GonNa Wrestle in struggle with sin on earth but it can get better in the more you draw closer to Christ and the more you develop a relationship with him daily everyday talking to him talking to him like you would friend to saying. Hey you know when you got in the morning Good Morning Lord. Thank you for This Day. Help Guide and direct me today. Protect me today. Protect my family. Just talk to him like you would talk to a friend as you do that. And as you start reading the Bible and getting in his word everything will make sense and you have a desire to start wanting to take his pass. You know his passer more narrow but I always explain his past like they expand. When you'RE ON THEM THEY START OUT. Niro and you might feel constricted but over time as you draw closer to him. The road expands in its narrowness toward him. And it's such a beautiful journey so I just want to encourage those. That are listening that if you have not given your life to Christ I just pray that you do that during this time during this time that we're all shut in you know. Reflect ON LIFE. Reflect on the Afterlife. Because it's real and it's there and it's going to get every one of us and that is a reality. I would also like to say a prayer of protection and blessing over all of us during this epidemic. This is a very powerful prayer that was written in us by Dr Francis. Magnette and I have personally found it powerful in my own life and I'll use it here today especially because it is a warfare prayer as well and we are worrying with an invisible enemy and we as Christians as children of God have power and authority over evil by our relationship with Christ. Another reason to be on team. Jesus right here folks. We have power in authority over evil by relationship with Christ in what he did on the Cross and by his blood in Redemption. He gives us power here on earth through his. Holy Spirit to conquer any evil and that is the truth. Jesus says in Saint Luke. Ten nineteen I have given you a thorny to trample on steaks and scorpions into overcome all the power of the enemy. Nothing will harm you. That's what Jesus said to us. I have given you authority to trample on snakes and scorpions and to overcome all the power of the enemy. Nothing will harm you and the reason why we can overcome all the power of the enemy is because we have Christ in US Christ lives in us. So let's believe that. In prayer today that we can ask the Lord in believe on his protection for us so in the name of Jesus Christ in by the power of his cross and his blood we bind up the power at any evil spirits in command them not to block our prayers we bind up the powers of Earth. Air Water fire and the Nether world and the Satanic Forces of nature. We break any curses heck says or spells against US and declare them no and void. We break the assignments of spirits set against us in. Send them to Jesus to deal with them as he will. Lord we ask you to bless our enemies by sending your Holy Spirit to lead them to repentance and conversion furthermore we bind interaction and communication and the world of evil spirits as it affects us in what we are doing in our lives. Our FAMILY OUR MINISTRY. Our friends our work everything. Lord we ask for the protection of the shed blood of Jesus Christ over our bodies from the corona virus over the bodies of our children. Our parents our family. Our friends our community our states our nation in our world and we ask all of this in your precious name. Jesus Amen so if any of you have any questions or WANNA reach out to me. You Can. Email me at making the turnaround. Podcast AT G mail. I know I got pretty deep today. So y'all may have some questions that's fine. I check my email regularly. So I'll get back to you within a day especially right now because we're on lockdown But people keep on the lookout for my next podcast. I do plan on releasing another message on Easter morning so stay connected thinks and.

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"magnette" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"magnette" Discussed on KNSS

"Coast to coast, George Knapp with us, George tell us about this fellow by the name of Bob Bigelow. Of course, you know, him. Well, he was a hotel Magnette. And then he decided he wanted to go into space. He's got some floating pods up there. But he got interested in UFO's. Tell us more. He got interested in you oppose a long time ago. We had a an experience with members of his family when he was very young at sort of of sunk its teeth into them and never let go as a nineteen eighty nine. When we first broke the area fifty one Bob Lazar stories. That's when he reached out to me for the first time I had never heard of them before. But he was very interested in UFO's had reached a point of success in his professional career where he had the resources to pursue it. And boy did he from that point on. I think he's spent more money than any person in the history of the world on trying to figure this stuff out. Not only UFO. But also life after death consciousness, the kind of issues that are even now cutting edge in the mainstream. Scientists are trying to get their heads around. He started his own organization called the National Institute for discovery SCI. He's bet millions of dollars in support of other research organizations, the names that we know pretty well. Needs. He had his own rapid response team. That would go to you up. Oh, hotspots places like skin Walker ranch science advisory board consisting of academics. A couple of astronauts, a couple of US senators of former intelligence officials who all gave their time what their reputations and their careers on the line to tackle the subjects and he's done it. And then in addition to knit after that sort of faded away. Hey, he created a company called bass within his Bigelow aerospace company bass was the host organization for a secret Pentagon study of UFO's and related phenomena. It was much more than just lying saucers. It looked at paranormal activity crop circles Cadillac and a lot of really strange stuff. We can get into details about what they accomplished, but it wasn't amazing thing. And and you know, the public never heard about it until years after the program the money was taken away. Bigalow is viewed in the UFO field with suspicion as pretty much everyone in you know, they figure he's gotta be some CIA frontier. He's described a shadowy all he's done this, but his own money and time and resources into trying to figure this stuff out and he gets pilloried for pretty regularly. But is it amazing, man? He's a brilliant, man. He's got multiple patents. He started his own aerospace company from scratch he committed up to five hundred million dollars space program inflatable space habitats. He got the technology from NASA improved it he had who spacecraft up their Genesis one and two and then right now at this moment, one of his craft is attached to the ISS, the international space station. It's tough sledding in that in that racket as he kind of backed away George from the UFO field. Yeah. In twenty sixteen he sold the skin Walker ranch, he withdrew his financial support for all the research, and he just focused on his aerospace activities figured he had to take a shot and concentrate all of his resources into that to make it a go. I think there are probably other reasons involved in in backing away from it. But look he's he has a lifelong interest in the subject I saw him a couple of days ago. I know he's still interested. He tries to keep tabs on what goes on. But he's not as active as he wants was. I that that may not be permanent. You never know while he was interviewed on sixty minutes. And he took a really diehard approach that he believes we're being visited. Yeah. That was interesting piece, and you know, it it gets repeated on social media all the time. There's five Bigalow being interviewed by Lara Logan and. Offensively. They said they wanted to talk about his aerospace program. But in reality they wanted to know about you up owes skin Walker ranch in. So they asked him Platt out. Do you believe that they're here? And he said, yeah, they're here and the evidence is right in front of us. I mean, it's it's all around us. And they asked him, aren't you worried? That people say you're crazy said no, I doesn't make any difference. I know what's real. And what isn't and that's pretty bold for his position to go ahead and say former Senator Harry Reid somehow got involved in this authorized or helped push for millions of dollars in research into the UFO's. Some people say he did that to help Bob Bigelow who's one of his constituents. What's the bottom line on that story? Well, Harry Reid was interested in UFO's before I ever knew about Bigalow or before Bigalow was supporting you of research in any public way. Anyway, in nineteen eighty nine when we did these stories, and again, it's thirty years ago this spring when we did these stories. About area fifty one. I had already talked to Harry Reid. I had approached them. When I first heard this information. He's the first person I told outside newsroom about Baba's are allegations S four hapless lake, and it was I know it was a a limousine going to McCarron airport. He was flying back to Washington. And we had a chat is that. That's interesting. I'm gonna look into that he doesn't Dorset necessarily he's. But he's interested, and that interest has helped me great deal over the years because although Harry Reid didn't want to be out in front. He didn't want to be known as the UFO Senator. I mean after all he does wanna get reelected. He helped me behind the scenes and each year or so I'd go back to interview him about this or that. And some of those works pretty tough interviews. But he, and I would always go off to the side and have a little chat about you up owes a week whisper of this. And that about what was going on in the field. It would drive his staff crazy because he wouldn't tell them what we were talking about it. Neither what I and then from time to time he helps me get documents and things of that sort and then I would. Fill him in. What was going on in nineteen ninety five when Bob Bigelow created knits? I told Senator to read about it. They said this is a pretty amazing group of people. Edgar Mitchell was on the on the science advisory board. There was another US Senator and astronaut there a lot of people with great reputations. I told him about the meetings were taking place he said, well, maybe I can go over there. And check it out and arranged it, and he came over and sat in on a couple of meetings with the Bigalow organization, and he was hooked couple of years. Go by I was in Washington to interviews to read about something else about the space chips, the chimpanzees that have been raised for the space program been mistreated there in a medical facility being ojected with diseases all kinds of things read agreed to help. And when I went to Washington to talk about it. There was Senator John Glenn, and we had a chat about UFO's and Glenn was interested as well. And I think Senator Reid had always been looking for an opportunity to do something on this in. Two thousand seven it happened Defense Intelligence Agency there were some people in that agency that we're interested in UFO's and related phenomena. They read our book skin Walker, and this particular scientists ask Bigalow permission to go to the ranch, and he did you flew to Las Vegas got on Bigalow. Jet flew to skin Walker ranch, and he hadn't experienced era. Very dramatic. Experience. Went back to Washington looked up. Senator Reid said we need to study. This read had a meeting with two fellow senators, Daniel Inouye and Ted Stevens of Alaska. They controlled sort of black budget items. They agreed to get some money together. Put out a bid the bid was posted like any other defense contract and Bigelow aerospace got the contract now. Yeah, Bob Bigelow is from Nevada, but he's a billionaire. He doesn't need the money spent more money on the program. The study that followed that he got from the government and these e. Read retrofitted his buildings. He provided the cylinders. Spent millions of his own dollars before. And after the government contract was done. And if it had been allowed to continue I think we could actually have some answers by now. But it wasn't a couple of years. Read was no longer the Senate majority leader and the money was pulled for reasons that are a little bit murky, but I can tell you that program which was under the auspices of something called bass, which is the Bigelow aerospace systems program company and the program itself is called all that advanced aerospace weapons is the act basic acronym. And they studied all kinds of stuff. They put together what is probably the world's biggest UFO database with information from multiple foreign countries. They did their own boots on the ground study of your foe incidents medical affects they wrote. I think thirty eight papers that were published as the for the official contribution to the I, but there's a much bigger database that the public has never seen Georgia. Mentioned that you chatted with John Glenn for a little bit. When you saw him. I'm always been fascinated with astronauts like, Gordon Cooper and Edgar Mitchell who claim to have some information about you affo- says, well, no Mitch Mitchell always told us he never saw anything especially when he was on the moon. But he's told by people that these things existed Glenn say anything to you. Aided. Tell me what he had seen. But he definitely let me know it was something and that his interest was born a personal experience. I don't think he 'cause I only met him the one time. So I don't think he Trump into big enough to go ahead and tell me even though read trust in me. But you know, he he was among many people in the space program and many people in congress who had these experiences whose interest they didn't wanna make public. They didn't want people to say they're crazy, but there's a lot of in the Pentagon and intelligence agencies and entertainment in pretty much everywhere in the world. Tell me about your interest in the skin Walker ranch with hunter skin Walker for the skin Walker that started in nineteen ninety six the needs organization had been put together they're looking for things to do places this study, and there was a story and a little Utah newspaper about this place in the UN to basin northeastern Utah where strange things happen. It becomes turns out. It was not just a u up hotspot which had been for as long as you. Humans have lived in that part of the country more than two hundred fifty years strange lights and objects in the sky seen by native Americans by early Mormon settlers, and by people who live there now, and this particular property four hundred eighty acres beautiful piece of property lined by a skin Walker ridge. It's called Bigalow had heard about the the actively that was on the property. A heard about the difficulties the rancher in this family were having and so he came in and bought the place, and he put a team of investigators in there with cameras and scientific equipment and for the next seven or eight years they were on the ranch basically twenty four seven just check out. They started with looking at UF owes. But quickly realized it went a lot further beyond that they had animal relations animals disappeared strange creatures crypto preachers disembodied voices balls of light and orbs you.

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"magnette" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"magnette" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And welcome back to coast to coast, George Knapp with us, George tell us about this fellow by the name of Bob Bigelow. Of course, you know, him. Well, he was a hotel Magnette. And then he decided he wanted to go into space. He's got some floating pods up there. But he got interested in you Afo. Stella us more. He got interested in UFO's a long time ago. We had a experience with members of his family when he was very young at sort of sunk its teeth into and never let go as a nineteen eighty nine. When we first broke the area fifty one Bob Lazar stories. That's when he reached out to me for the first time I had never heard of them before. But he was very interested in in UFO's had reached a point of success in his professional career where he had the resources to pursue it. And boy did he from that point on. I think he's spent more money than any person in the history of the world on trying to figure this stuff. Out not only UFO's, but also life after death consciousness, the kind of issues that are even now cutting edge mainstream. Scientists are trying to get their heads around. He started his own organization called the National Institute for discovery science. He's bent millions of dollars in support of other research organizations. The names that we know pretty well. Nid? He had his own rapid response team. That would go to UFO hotspots places like skin Walker ranch. He had a science advisory board consisting of academics. Couple of astronauts, a couple of US senators of former intelligence officials who all gave their time and their reputations and their careers on the line who tackle the subjects and he's done it. And then in addition to knit after that sort of faded away. Hey, he created a company called bass within his Bigelow aerospace company bass was the host organization for a secret Pentagon study of UFO's and related phenomena. It was much more than just lying saucers at looked at paranormal activity crop circles Cadillac and a lot of really strange stuff. We can get into details about what they accomplished, but it was an amazing thing. And and you know, the public never heard about it until years after the program the money was taken away. Bigalow is viewed in the UFO field but suspicion as pretty much everyone in you know, they figure he's got to be some CIA frontier. He's described as shadowy all he's done, but his own money and time and resources into trying to figure this stuff out and he gets pilloried for it pretty regularly. But he's an amazing, man. He's a brilliant, man. He's got multiple patents. He started his own aerospace company from scratch he committed up to five hundred million dollars space program inflatable space habitats. He got the technology from NASA improved it he had spacecraft up their Genesis one and two and then right now at this moment, one of his craft is attached to the ISS international space station. It's tough sledding in that in that racket as he kind of backed away George from the UFO field. Yeah. In twenty sixteen he sold the skin Walker ranch, he withdrew his financial support for all the research, and he just focused on his aerospace activities he figured he had to take a shot and concentrate all of his resources into that to make it a go. I think there are probably other reasons involved in in backing away from it. But look he's he has a lifelong interest in the subject I saw a couple of days ago. I know he's still interested. He tries to keep tabs on what goes on. But he's not as active as he once was that that may not be permanent number now while he was interviewed on sixty minutes. And he took a really diehard approach that he believes we're being visited. Yeah. That was an interesting piece, and you know, it it gets repeated on social media all the time. There's Bob Bigelow being interviewed by Lara Logan and authencity they said they wanted to talk about his aerospace program. But in reality they wanted to pose skin Walker ranch. And so they asked him Platt out. Do you believe that they're here? And he said, yeah, they're here and the evidence is right in front of us. I mean, it's it's all around us. And they have too much. You worry that people say you're crazy said no, I doesn't make any difference. I know what's real what isn't and that's pretty bold for physician to go ahead and say former Senator Harry Reid somehow got involved in this authorized or helped push for millions of dollars in research into the UFO's. Some people say he did that to help Bob Bigelow who's one of his constituents. What's the bottom line on that story? Well, Harry Reid with interested in UFO's before I ever knew Bigalow or before Bigalow was supporting you up research in any public way. Anyway, in nineteen eighty nine when we did these stories, and again, it's thirty years ago this spring when we did these stories about area fifty one I had already talked to Harry Reid. I had approached him. When I first heard this information. He's the first person I told outside newsroom about Bob Lazar, allegations S four lake, and it was I know it was a limousine going to McCarron airport. He was flying back to Washington. And we had a chat is that. That's interesting. I'm gonna look into that he doesn't Dorset necessarily. But he's interested, and that interest has helped me great deal over the years because although Harry Reid didn't wanna be out in front. He didn't want to be known as the UFO Senator. I mean after all he does want to get reelected. He helped me behind the scenes and each year or so I go back to interview him about this or that. And some of those works pretty tough interviews. But he and I would always go up to the. Side and have a little chat about UFO's, but we whisper of this and that about what was going on in the field. It would drive his staff crazy because he wouldn't tell them what we were talking about it to what I and then from time to time he helps me get documents and things of that sort and then I would fill him in. What was going on in nineteen ninety five when Bob Bigelow created knits? I told Senator read about it. I said this is a pretty amazing group of people. Edgar Mitchell was on the on the science advisory board. There was another US Senator and astronaut there a lot of people with great reputations. I told him about the meetings that were taking place he said, well, maybe I can go over there and check it out and arranged and he came over and sat in on a couple of meetings with the Bigalow organization, and he was hooked couple years. Go by I was in Washington to interview Senator read about something else about the space chips. The chimpanzees had been raised for the space program been mistreated there in a a medic. Facility being ojected with diseases all kinds of things read agreed to help. And when I went to Washington to talk about it. There was Senator John Glenn. And we had a chat about you up and Glenn was interested as well. And I think Senator Reid had always been looking for an opportunity to do something on this in two thousand seven it happened Defense Intelligence Agency there were some people in that agency that we're interested in UFO's and related phenomena. They read our book on hunting skin Walker, and this particular scientists ask Bigalow permission to go to the ranch, and he did you flew to Las Vegas got on Bigalow. Jet flew to skin Walker ranch, and he hadn't experienced a very dramatic experience. Went back to Washington looked up. Senator Reid said we need to study. This read had a meeting with two fellow senators, Daniel Inouye and Ted Stevens of Alaska. They controlled sort of black budget items. They agreed to get some money together. Put out a bid the bid was posted. Like any other defense contract and Bigelow aerospace got the contract now. Yeah. Bob Bigelow is from Nevada, but he's a billionaire. He doesn't need the money. He spent more money on the program. The study that followed that he got from the government, and he read retrofitted his buildings. He provided that spent millions of his own before. And after the government contract was done. And if it had been allowed to continue I think we could actually have some answers by now. But it wasn't a couple of years. Read was no longer the Senate majority leader and the money was pulled for reasons that are a little bit murky, but I can tell you that program which was under the auspices of something called bass, which is the Bigelow aerospace systems program company and the program itself is called all that advanced aerospace weapons is the act basic acronym. And they studied all kinds of stuff they put together. What is probably the world's. Biggest UFO database with information from multiple foreign countries. They did their own boots on the ground study of your foe incidents medical affects they wrote. I think thirty eight papers that were published as the for the official contribution to the I, but there's a much bigger database that the public has never seen George. You mentioned that you chatted with John Glenn for a little bit. When you saw him. I'm always been fascinated with astronauts like, Gordon Cooper and Edgar Mitchell who claim to have some information about you Afo says well now Mitch Mitchell always told us he never saw anything especially when he was on the moon. But he's told by people that these things existed Glenn say anything to you. He didn't tell me what he had seen. But he definitely let me know. It was something and his interest was born a personal experience. I don't think he. But because I only met him the one time. So I don't think he Trump into big enough to go ahead and tell me even though read trust in me. But you know, he he was among many people in the space program and many people in congress who had these experiences whose interests they didn't wanna make public. They didn't want people to say, they're crazy. But there's a lot of in the Pentagon and intelligence agencies entertainment in pretty much everywhere in the world. Tell me about your interest in the skin Walker ranch with hunter skin Walker for the skin Walker. That started in nineteen ninety six the needs organization have been put together they're looking for things to do places this study, and there was a story and a little Utah newspaper about this place in the U into basin northeastern, Utah where strange things happen. It becomes turns out. He was not just a UFO hotspot, which it had been for as long as humans have lived in that part of the country more than two hundred fifty years strange lights and objects in the sky seen by native Americans by early Mormon settlers, and by people who live there now, and this particular property four hundred eighty acres of beautiful piece of property lined by a skin Walker ridge. It's called Bigalow had heard about the activity that was on the property. A heard about the difficulties the rancher in this family were having and so he came in and bought the place, and he put it team of investigators in there with cameras and scientific equipment and for the next seven or eight years they were on the ranch basically twenty four seven just kick. Check. Cout? They started with looking at you up owes. But quickly realized it went a lot further beyond that they had animal utilizations animals that disappeared strange creatures crypto creatures disembodied voices balls of light and orbs you up oh craft every size and shape and description hope for guys Tyke activity crop circles, everything you could imagine. And it never happened the same way..

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"magnette" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"magnette" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Affiliate in-depth radio. News talk. Ten ten say Hello on Twitter at Richard Serra. That's Betty, right? Clean up woman. The earth's magnetic field is getting significantly weaker the magnetic North Pole shifting at an accelerating pace and scientists readily admit that a sudden pole shift could potentially cause trillions of dollars in damage today. Most of us take the protection provided by the earth's magnetic field completely for granted. It's essentially a colossal force field, which surrounds our planet and makes life possible. Even with such protection. A giant solar storm could still potentially hit our planet and completely fry our power grid. But as our Magnette. Field continues to get weaker and weaker even much smaller. Solar storms will have the to be cataclysmic. And once a magnetic field gets weak enough. We'll be facing much bigger problems. Even a solar. If enough solar radiation starts reaching our planet. None of us will survive, according to this article, which you can find in the in the news section where our webmaster tonight. Gregg, Bishop Heff has posted that a coast to coast AM dot com. Hey, George Noory is coming to the Lincoln theatre in Columbus, Ohio. He's back and better than ever Saturday. May the eleventh twenty nineteen the beautiful Lincoln theatre. He's invading Columbus Ohio for jam-packed night of fun and conversation with special guests ghost whisper Marianne when hausky certified hypnotist and paranormal mystery researcher who rose Mary Ellen galley and the father of Ufology. Stanton Friedman,.

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"magnette" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

Jim Beaver's Project Action

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"magnette" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"And with that we're going to roll right into this amazing interview with my good friend any McMillan. All right. And I'd like to welcome our guest this week, my good friend and. Score Sanfilippo Bates call to fifty but it's actually three hundred fifty mile race scores. Philippi to fifty winner. Any mcmillan? Welcome show any. Hey, jim. Thanks. Thanks for having me back. It's going to be back on. Yeah. I know it's like my taxes. Like, we got a lot to catch up on. It's been like a year and a half ish. Maybe since we've had you on to shoot since in like, I think a red bull deal for the whole truck last time, we had you know, we talked about you getting kind of the helmet deal, and the whole top golf story and everything. But yeah, you've got the full truck branding and the whole works, man. Congrats on that. I guess that was a while ago. But we haven't got up since then. Yeah. It was you know, rebel came on. You know with an athlete sponsor should be which is basically like a hat and Helmand deal and in the middle of twenty seventeen for the Baath hundred. And it was really cool. We came out and actually ended up winning that race. And then it was exactly one year later for the last year and twenty eighteen about a month before the race. They came to me and told me that we're going to be doing a full livery and a full team sponsorship. So so that was really cool. You know, we talk about time, but how with rebel let's see twelve years ago. And then we kind of had a mutual parting of the ways and to be back with that brand and everything that brand stands for the associated with them is just it's just really cool. And and yeah, we we won Parker last year in twenty eight teen first race of the year. And it's been kind of a try. I spell ever since then. And and you know in this game, you know to keep the sponsors happy. And and to keep everything moving forward. You know winning is winning is important, and and I'm a super competitive guy and I love to win. So to kind of get that monkey off my back and get another one under our belt this last weekend. So really good. Yeah. You know, in in Trump tricks is crazy animal right now because you talk about talk about winning, you know, you, and I both know there's like five to ten guys really have their stuff together and can win on any given weekend. And then there's the guys that there's another five or ten that you know, they can sneak in there and take a win like we've seen before. But man like it is so ridiculously hard to take a trophy truck win right now with the level of competition. I mean, we go back a decade like you were talking. And I mean, it was like you just finished a race. And you were guaranteed almost a top five right now. I mean, it's you know, we're talking things are getting separated by set. Seconds at the finish line. It's so so tough. You got to really wanna say bring your a game. There's luck involved. There's you know, just one. Yeah. Magnette goes on wrong. And a pit, you know that cost you fifteen seconds and race could be over, you know, right? Just the level of competition. And and where the sports out right now. It's just it's just super competitive. And and it's actually really fun. You know to to be in this for now. It's sports going really, well, it's really healthy getting really good ratings. You know, the athletes are getting a lot of love from sponsors. And and yet just the level of competition is just it's just insane..

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"magnette" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"But we also did a big thing. Big for me. We got healthier for me is huge because I don't think I've ever deprive myself of any food whatsoever. We just gotta gage we were looking at our picture. We were looking at the pictures of our engagement and individually we both looked at ourselves full. I mean, I didn't think this object felt this unless L falls. My faces Janaury in this picture. I can't believe that. I have let myself get to this point. What did you think? When you saw yourself. You said saying, yeah, I didn't want anyone see. It wasn't Unical background. But yeah, we have this beautiful backdrop we got engaged in Big Sur, which is so gorgeous than it had just rained in. There was like fog everywhere and they're fast. You're like, no, take take another one another one oak. Not that like a hundred ticks year after hundred angles. I realized it was probably just us in not the photographer. Yeah. We had just gotten chunkys. That's what happens guys, you know. Jackson been living here for a year year and a half at that time. And you know, as you do when you're like, you're you're having a sleepover every night with your BFF slash lover. You just like eat your faces off. So we were eating constantly going out to eat constantly every night popcorn jock. Let that was after after like revive course meal, we ate so much in like every every night Philly celebration, we were like, oh, we'll we should probably order to appetizers three hundred as in a desert and get to drinks, and we're both we got like competitive over food. So we were like sharing an appetizer. She had three I better get four. Yeah. I'm jack. Like, the I told her said do not pick up my terrible eating habits. 'cause I I come from. Honestly, I was born ten and a half pounds of the big baby right from the start. So and my family we light love food, and we just we like to eat injected in her family skinny healthy in we love to eat. But yeah, my family. It's a lotta healthy her mom's like the picture of health even makes like her own snacks for the road like on road trips guys road trips or where you're supposed to pig out is where you go in get like five acted chips and gravy, Magnette Grady. My favorite is snapping at the gas station, getting flaming hats in having important natural cheese in there, you go. That's what you do in a row trip. Let her mom makes.

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"magnette" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

Sincerely Fortune

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune

"But we also did a big thing. Big for me. We got healthier for me is huge because I don't think I've ever deprive myself of any food whatsoever. We just gotta gage we were looking at our picture. We were looking at the pictures of our engagement and individually we both looked at ourselves full. I mean, I didn't think this object felt this unless L falls. My faces Janaury in this picture. I can't believe that. I have let myself get to this point. What did you think? When you saw yourself. You said saying, yeah, I didn't want anyone see. It wasn't Unical background. But yeah, we have this beautiful backdrop we got engaged in Big Sur, which is so gorgeous than it had just rained in. There was like fog everywhere and they're fast. You're like, no, take take another one another one oak. Not that like a hundred ticks year after hundred angles. I realized it was probably just us in not the photographer. Yeah. We had just gotten chunkys. That's what happens guys, you know. Jackson been living here for a year year and a half at that time. And you know, as you do when you're like, you're you're having a sleepover every night with your BFF slash lover. You just like eat your faces off. So we were eating constantly going out to eat constantly every night popcorn jock. Let that was after after like revive course meal, we ate so much in like every every night Philly celebration, we were like, oh, we'll we should probably order to appetizers three hundred as in a desert and get to drinks, and we're both we got like competitive over food. So we were like sharing an appetizer. She had three I better get four. Yeah. I'm jack. Like, the I told her said do not pick up my terrible eating habits. 'cause I I come from. Honestly, I was born ten and a half pounds of the big baby right from the start. So and my family we light love food, and we just we like to eat injected in her family skinny healthy in we love to eat. But yeah, my family. It's a lotta healthy her mom's like the picture of health even makes like her own snacks for the road like on road trips guys road trips or where you're supposed to pig out is where you go in get like five acted chips and gravy, Magnette Grady. My favorite is snapping at the gas station, getting flaming hats in having important natural cheese in there, you go. That's what you do in a row trip. Let her mom makes.

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"magnette" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on WTVN

"State University names, a new police chief university naming Kimberly spears make net to replace departed Craig stone, I graduated from here. So I realize it is a big responsibility. And so I'm super excited for the challenge and the opportunity spears McNabb previously served as deputy chief and worked as the deputy police chief under stones spears Magnette is also a graduate of the university. In Washington, this noon to Republicans breaking ranks in the Senate calling for an end to the partial government shutdown with the partial government shutdown heading into its third week to Republicans breaking ranks with their party. Senators. Susan Collins from Maine, telling her home state paper, quote is he no reason why the bills that are ready to go and on which we achieved an agreement should be held hostage to this debate over border security. Her words echoing those of Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado who told ABC news. Negotiations on border security should occur quote on the government is fully open. They're unlikely to sway the majority leader, however to bring up those democratic led bills both senators are up for reelection in two thousand twenty and states and Mr. Trump lost. Serena Marshall ABC news the capitol here in Columbus Bank robber, who has struck at least four times across the city has been arrested Columbus police say the most recent robbery occurred Thursday at the chase Bank on Morse road to other banks on Columbus is south side were robbed on Wednesday with a Bank in Bexley robbed Monday. Sixty three year old Anthony Collier's believed to be behind the robberies in was taken into custody overnight. He is expected to be arraigned sometime today in municipal court mayor Andrew ginther is gearing up for the most important decision of his tenure selecting the city's new police chief can't they're telling ABC six has been garbage that last year show that the city has a long way to go to be considered safe. We discovered last year's homicide. Spike is we weren't gonna police. Our way out of it ginther says the city is making progress going from one hundred forty three homicides in two thousand. Seventeen to one hundred three last year. Although we are not ready to say that it has been a complete success seeing a twenty eight percent reduction in homicides in reductions in violent crime throughout the city is a sign that we're headed in the right direction. ABC six has been Garber police chief Kim Jacobs is set to retire in February ending her seven year run leading to Columbus. Police department today Jacobs will give her final speech to a Columbus. Police graduating class of recruits Wall Street Journal editorial board is slamming the president over his version of history involving the Soviet Union invasion of Afghanistan this week. The president claimed the reason Russia was in. In afghanistan. Was because terrorists were going into Russia. They were right to be there in reality. The USSR went into the country to prop communist government that was under siege by rebels. The Wall Street Journal editorial board said we cannot recall a more absurd. Misstatement of history by American president. Adding the invasion was condemned throughout the noncommunist world. Mike Bauer NBC News Radio magazine is out with its list of stock market winners and losers for eighteen. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg was the biggest loser seeing his net worth fall. Nearly nineteen billion top winner was Amazon founder Jeff Bezos whose net worth grew by nearly twenty eight billion dollars last.

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"magnette" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"The retrospective studies that have been done to show how much improving public health actually contributes to the economy of the United States, and you know, air pollution in this country has gone down seventy percent over the last few decades. The economy has grown people are are healthier. And and the economy has benefited from that. So I think we can look look back and see that these things really have had a very positive impact on all aspects of the economy. So what do you think the the long term consequences might be? If again, if these rules changes go through I mean, it's a long process. But if they happen. I mean, could we could we see some utilities that decide that they're not going to use the their pollution controls anymore? Well, we have seen that in cases where rules allow or rules either allow. Ow or rules. Are changed such that utilities can reduce the amount of pollution control. They use in a way that saves money. They do it. And so that that certainly could happen here where many steps away from that as as you've already said almost of equal or bigger concern is the precedent that this rulemaking what set, and you know, one of the things that so bizarre about this is that and shows how much this particular action is a is a vehicle to get this policy changed is that here. We are the rules been implemented. There's all this new science as Celia noted on the health benefits. And yet this proposal is relying on the information that APA gathered in for the twenty eleven rule right and saying, well, you know, we're making a determination now based on these way out of date both cost and benefit numbers that it's not appropriate or necessary. So in that that illustrates how? Artificial this is in some ways. Well who mirror if on we've got a minute to go here. What are the next steps that EPA would will follow is there? There's a public comment period about this proposal. That's right. It has to be published in the Federal Register in their sixty days for people and the general public and his balls utilities and stakeholders to comment on it, but the federal registers closed right now because of the government shutdown. Okay. So it would be sixty days from the time that the register reopens. That's right. Okay. And then the and then thereafter what happens. Well, then thereafter. I mean, I think it goes through the finalization process. And then if there are any other states and other groups that want to challenge the rule than they can go ahead and start that litigation process as well. Well, Amir fun is a reporter who covers climate change energy and the environment for vox, we have a link to his reporting on point radio dot org. And I should also say the mayor's contributor to the public radio program. Science Friday who mayor thank you. So very much for joining us and for walking us through the details of the EPA proposal on mercury very much. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thanks for having me Magna, and Janet McCabe who served in and led the office of air and radiation and the EPA during the Obama administration played a key role in the framing of these mercury and air, toxics standards. And now a senior fellow at the environmental law and policy centre, Janet McCabe. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks Magnette was great. And by the way, folks, go to on radio dot org there and leave a comment about this. Our and what you think about the proposed changes to mercury emission standards at the EPA is considering and while you're at the website.

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"magnette" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"The retrospective studies that have been done to show how much improving public health actually contributes to the economy of the United States and air pollution in this country has gone down seventy percent over the last few decades. The economy has grown people are are healthier. And and the economy has benefited from that. So I think we can look look back and see that these things really have had a very positive impact on all aspects of the economy. So what do you think the the long term consequences might be? If again, if these rules changes go through I mean, it's a long process, but if they happen. I mean, could we could we see some utilities that decide that they're not going to use the their pollution controls anymore? Well, we have seen that in cases where rules allow or rules either allow or rules. Changed such that utilities can reduce the amount of pollution control. They use in a way that saves money. They do it. And so that that certainly could happen here where many steps away from that as as you've already said almost of equal or bigger concern is the precedent that this rulemaking what set, and, you know, one of the things that's so bizarre about this is that and shows how much this particular action is a is a vehicle to get this policy changed is that here. We are the rules been implemented. There's all this new science as Celia noted on the health benefits. And yet this proposal is relying on the information that EPA gathered in for the twenty eleven rule right and saying, well, you know, we're making a determination now based on these way out of date both cost and benefit numbers that it's not appropriate or necessary. So in that that illustrates how artificial. This is in some ways, well who mirror if on we've got a minute to go here. What are the next steps that EPA would will follow his there's a public comment period about this proposal? That's right. It has to be published in the Federal Register in their sixty days for people and the general public and his walls utilities and stakeholders to comment on it. But the federal registers closed right now because the government shutdown. Okay. So it would be sixty days from the time that the register reopens. That's right. Okay. And then and then thereafter, what happens. Well, then thereafter. I mean, I think it goes through the finalization process. And then if there are any other states and other groups that want to challenge the rule than they can go ahead and start that litigation process as well. Well, Amir fun is a reporter who covers climate change energy and the environment for vox, we have a link to his reporting on point radio dot org. I should also say that mayor's a contributor to the public radio program. Science Friday who mayor thank you. So very much for joining us and for walking us through the details of the EPA proposal on mercury very much. Appreciate it. Thank you. Thanks for having me Magna, and Janet McCabe who served in and led the office of air and radiation in the EPA during the Obama administration played a key role in the framing of these mercury and air, toxics standards. And now a senior fellow at the environmental law and policy centre, Janet McCabe. Thank you so much for joining us. Thanks Magnette was great. And by the way, folks, go to on radio dot org there and leave a comment about this. Our and what you think about the proposed changes to mercury emission standards at the EPA is considering and while you're at the website.

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"magnette" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on The Jump

"Really? Who came up with? It originally provoke low says his teammates dick named him. Splash. The threes. Disneyland. It's like his favorite place. I think like the rumor is his brother actually have like a house on the property. Thirty three. Would you? Many more it. He's living rain his place on earth. Going to be a splash mountain though. Come on splash in law, miss clarity, nuggets. Three the ball around. Millsaps? Was that a pass? I hold on. That is the pass. Sure because there was some discussion in the newsroom about whether this was good. But the other angles. Got blocked with other. Okay. Make in. Checkout coach Dan Hurley after you can't beat Syracuse gases at this player goes professional with a handshake. All right. On Twitter on Twitter coach me on link can still taking up. Hey, bobby. Stand up. We come back baby. If you. Mcmenamin wasn't on the show today. Here's miss disadvantages places. Cappella roll into the rim steps in Latin. The seven footer are used. Think it's enough credit for is one of the best defenders in the league. He doesn't get a lot of credit fame. This is a shocking step. I did not I been. Thank to our shopping on that because he's like you say he's legit one of the best defensive players on the way, he can guard three in quite the ORs Jimmy Butler that those are the guys you've seen it. And I think that during the season it doesn't come out as much by so much. But in the plan, I feel like it has made such a big difference with him make rotation. Tomorrow's man threes. Home cooking. This is on a Chinese defender. Biggest ever seen? Hard is it to pull up that shot hall mister shopping odd never pulled off at three sixty layup. Let alone the way those guy. By the way with damore. He lost a lot about that. Almost ready to Michelle Beedle. Now, I'm back. Looking phases. Cucumber? He's rattled too. We're running back. Adopt. All time three to nothing chat versus Spurs. I would get dizzy doing. This is name is junior Smith, you gotta have some hang time for wanted to do this layup, I really would get in the turning, and then I would keep a sign or something look at John wall. The clippers two thousand fifteen Barnes. I remember that. You. That's right. Frady? Here you go. I mean who's. One thousand five. He was the first one. Oh, man. To roll like thirteen years ago. Look at the video ever we watching Magnette. I don't remember once you get in feeling like, oh, it's great. Brian cook. Bunnies. Off since. They gave him. I do agree with you. I mean, the biggest event of the Spurs game was Allie and Michelle almost getting run over all this. I lost their third straight game last night. They're seven and seven right now, and they have to start. So it's kind of your looking at them being like who were the real Spurs or is up and down with the real Spurs of the first of all four their wins early were very close games against Minnesota opening night twice the Lakers and Dallas Dallas Lakers each and overtime game. So those games that you want them, but you also could lost them right point flipped game. But then the other thing we look at their offense. Right. We look at what's happened is their offense has fallen off a cliff. It was great in the beginning of the year. And now it's kinda killed off. Lately. A lot of has to do with the weren't taking great shots again. Thanks our friends at second spectrum. We know shot quality they take among the worst in the league. Well, actually, the absolute worst quality a shot because they took a lot of mid-range shots with derozen and Aldridge in the hot start. They were shooting above what was expected. And now they've come back down to earth and shooting Rosen is fitting in there give us numbers. It's just the aura around the Spurs is the same. I mean, I know Papas there. But you know, the course completely gone and he has a different note poker? Not nobody. No, collide. And it was just something about the owner of those guys when they walk the teams the Spurs. And now, I think not at all those guys aren't there? Like, you don't know more..

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"magnette" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"So as as she was saying, I think that after time people can quit look over their shoulder every day. I get up and wondering if the is looming for them again and move on. I mean, that's what makes me so happy about the show about Sharon's experience because she was told by physicians don't have any children and after a while five and she said, none cared. I'm gonna have my kids normal life, Monica mcnealy. How I mean, how many immunotherapy is are are out there right now. Well, we have fifteen cancer indication. Fifty indications. So fifteen specific cancer conditions that are now approved have drugs approved by the US FDA for treatment using him, you know therapies. But what's another fascinating thing about our field is there are literally thousands last count about two thousand different new immunotherapy drugs agents approaches that are currently undergoing clinical testing. So the field is just been blown wide open by by the proof of principle that untangling this biology can have a true transformative effect on patients lives, and I just took a single landslide two thousand currently in development or clinical trial, different agents from hitting different tart, different components of the immune system are all undergoing. Nicole testing across the world. And when's the last time cancer research has seen that kind of explosion in potential therapies? Oh, I don't think ever. I mean, this is really this is really a completely new era. And you know, we really have to knowledge that why are we here? We're here because there's been a tremendous investment on the part of our government on the part of of of industry in understanding tumor biology in a very deep level. And that understanding is leading to so many different possibilities for for treatment of cancer. I wonder if I, I, I wanna just inject a little bit of not skepticism, but perhaps a little caution here because and please correct me if I'm wrong because I remember a while ago maybe a generation ago, there was a lot of excitement, for example, around Judah Folkman research and NGO Genesis and cancers thinking like if we, if we sort of figured out a way to block the blood flow to tumors at that would be a way to. To really get rid of any and all cancers in the body. Very exciting line of research perhaps didn't yield the kind of treatments that we're seeing. Now with immunotherapy should we so should we continue to have some some measure of a grain of salt or skepticism, even around this moment of great excitement of jail Magnette couldn't have possibly picked a better example. You know, we didn't plan this, but you know, one of the things I'm sure Dr Alison can will chime in here too, is that that work that Dr Folkman did to look at the blood vessels is now being combined with the drugs that Dr Allison's group has developed with with came out of his work and the combination of targeting the blood vessel together with targeting the tea with activating the taking the brakes off the t. cell is producing even better responses in some tumors. So at that nothing goes wasted. That's that's correct corrected the one of the things that we're realizing that. Is coming coming. True is that does that just immunotherapy can be combined with not only other therapies but with conventional therapies chemotherapy. And as you said end you enter Genesis therapies in virtually anything that kills tumor cells can be used to prime immune response. So that's why they're so many combinations out there. So many that we've, we've got a really, you know, have have data before deciding to do a combination in any kind of scale or else would you know we're going to be going down a lot of false leads. All right. Well, you know, we've had a lot of callers who want to join us because obviously cancer is a huge issue that does have an impact on so many people's lives. You're listening to our to Jim Allison. He was awarded the two, the two thousand eighteen Nobel prize in physiology or medicine for his work in cancer immunotherapy, he shares that a word of the tussock Honjo of Kyoto University, and you're also hearing from Monica Burton Yolly. She's president of the American society for Clinical Oncology. Chief of the division of surgical oncology at danafarber, Brigham and women's hospital cancer center. So we've got a couple of the top researchers in cancer with us this hour..

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"magnette" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"It's like that all acting ones I've action. So overall they have of magnetic pole eventually. That's right. And then if you put in another magnet, those magnets will interact the stick over repel. Okay. So is it that something can stick to a magnet but to is. A magnet itself. So this goes back to the domains talked earlier which other small magnets inside a piece on her little metal, not here inside the magnetic domains and they will make themselves. But there arranged randomly. So all is not a magnet, but if you put it near Magnette, those two Maine's will twist round lineup. So it becomes a magnet aligned with regional magnet. So North Pole next half also sticks. And we can say that because if we take a second, it was the first one. Third, fourth, fifth, sixth. So what we've got here is lots and lots of tiny little metal nuts on their own, then not stuck to each other. Whereas you bring a magnet into the game and all of a sudden one six onto the magnetic, then you can stick another onto one, not and so on. You've got an even bigger Magnus essentially. ROY here on take away from a magnet, the domains just of randomize again, and it stops being magnetized role so I can take them off from the next to each other. There's a big difference between something being a magnet and something having magnetic properties take your fridge. For example, you can sick magnets on it. Therefore it has magnetic properties, but it's not a giant magnet itself. I mean, it would make taking cutlery out of a drawl rather problematic. And these ion knots are the same on their own. They stick to each other, but because they have magnetic properties as long as there's a magnet in the vicinity they'll stick an act like an extension of it, but could we take one of these knots and actually transform it into parmanent magnet itself? I who need stone with ROY material. You want something, which is really hard to twist demands round. One of the best materials that is neat. Him on boron which is not all three elements. So this is a lump of needed him on boron and it will stick to magnet very weakly because not many demands twisting rounds, so forms of very weak magnetic. Okay. So how would we turned that into magnet? So what you have to do is make easier to turn these demands round and the way that is heating up and bring out this giant blow torch goodness. So now this up to orange Holt, and I'm going to take a step. Okay, so orange isn't exactly a temperature. We will understand Dave heated. This lump of Neo denim, iron boron to temperatures of above eight hundred degrees celsius. And Yep, it started to glow a now put that down next to a very strong magnet and let it cool down slowly, but does cooling a lump of hot metal near a magnet. Then turn into a magnet itself because it's really hot. These manage mains can twist around very. Easily. And then as it cools down that comes hauled in heart of them, spin rounds. Hopefully we're kinda freeze in the magnetic field which is now of now move this name on boron away from the magnet and put it next to campus. And if I spend it round become Stearns around, we have just taken something unturned to into opponent magnet because they didn't want on this very permanent magnetic site like this for years and years near. So would this method work? What's the magnetic failed? You'll get a much much we can position effect. So it's really important in geology, because if you get a molten piece of rock, it's heating up to red hot. And if your little lumps of magnetic material in there, as it cools down though freezing this failed, which was there when it was created and that can tell you stuff about the failed over time. Because if you how the Rockies this, I feel it was like, so is. The giant permanent magnet. The short answer is no, and I can prove why company? What I've got here is not again next magnet. It sticks really quite effectively. Now what I'm gonna do hate this up and back to the blatant watch, our school is full of iron. We took this tiny iron votes and heated it again, eight hundred degrees celsius, so we can use heat to turn certain metals into magnets..

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"magnette" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

Escape the Rat Race Radio

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

"Let's just touch on sales funnels because I think some fundamental aspects of no nine business, we won't this automated life where the money just Rosaiah members. Yeah, I know you a big fan, click funnels and attended the funnel hacking events. Tell us little bit about some of the maybe the the fundamentals when it comes to working out, just one good, solid, fun of your business. Yeah. Again, this is going back to the interest areas are the major high profit topics? Like what is one of the biggest high profit topics in your space? Ask your people. Right. Like the reason we came up with the sales on sales on his because I asked people what they wanted to learn, and that was the overwhelming majority people want to learn about sales funnels. Okay, cool. So now we're going to go create again, it goes back to content. We created what we call read magnet. A read Magnette is simply just a really solid. Hi, m high impact piece of content that teaches something tangible and is actionable and lead somewhere. So you create your read magnet. For example, we have one hundred created dangerously, effective, automated sales funnel, and. Off the back of that the lead magnet has to be congruent. So you identify your topic. And then from there you identify a congruent, high high impact, kind of relevant lead magnet. So my parents just walked in and they're making faces at me distracting, but they're my nannies for the day. So I can't say anything. Okay. So we create the high impact free piece of content. The read off the back of that. We're gonna choose elite minute. So in this example, for the sales funnel, my lead magnet was to steal the emails. We use insider sales because that was the biggest hang up. People were telling me, okay, cool. I know one, I I want to create a sales on. I don't know what to say. You know. So I was like, cool, I do. So that's now my leading that it's a no brainer and it's congruent. There's no hiccups or disruption to flow in there. So you've read a read Magnette piece of content called how to create a dangerously effective, automated sales funnel. Now you're going to opt in for magnet called steal my emails, the emails. I use insider sales funnels that convert. And then off the back of that, we have a one time offer, we call it a value driven one time offer, and it's essentially another piece of content free and it builds off the read magnet. So in this sense, earn this case, the OT, oh page, the high value OT oh, page. One time. Offer is all around creating genuine. In scarcity inside automated sales funnels. So there's no disruption to flow. They're right. Like they're continuously like, oh, that's really helpful. That's really helpful. And it really warms people up for the sale because at the bottom of that post, we then pitch are one off programme, perfect sales funnel. So they've read a blog post about sales funnels. Then they signed up for lead magnet to steal the emails. I use inside our sales funnels, and then they read it nother piece of content around sales funnels. That is yet another piece that builds on the strategy gave them, and then it moves into a pitch that is just as congruent as the rest of the funnel. So it's on sale, Sonos, right. So there's no disruptions to that flow. That's when I find sales funnels are the most effective is when your topic is congruent and there's no disruption or break in the topic, if you do that, it sounds like a lot of work and Tripoli it is going to be if you set up a bunch. They're mad effective though. Right? So if you can wrap your head around the content and the amount of work that goes into them. Man, they can generate revenue like all the damn time, especially if you're choosing really strong keywords for it. So now they're going to start rank young, Google. So now they're going to bring in free, highly targeted.

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"magnette" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on WJR 760

"In now two it was announced thursday at this big ribbon cutting if you will that microsoft will will focus on helping detroit youth look at technology differently by partnering in more stem education and there was just a report out i have it in my stack of stuff here and i won't be able to find it quickly i think it was us news and world report came out with three of our schools were in the top ten or top one hundred in the country which is good news we don't hear very often about our schools however the one downside was still in stem education which is a very important area right now as we know in our country in our world so you're going to be helping in that area as well we're we're looking forward to it and you know we have they're very statistics so you know all over the country very satistics but quite frankly what we find is is young girls typically will drop out of interest whether it's engineering or math quite young so while we will focus on stem for all we will also have a very core focus on young ladies as they wanna feel more confident in their math and again they're coding and engineering skills so that'll be where we spent quite a bit of our time to graduations to you welcome to downtown detroit tracy galloway microsoft regional vice president great lakes region and another job well down by you jim key tie from the bedrock as the ceo their job well done thank you we're we're looking for lots more to join in as well and i'm sure that they will as we continue by the way three michigan high schools ranked in the top one hundred nationwide by us news and world report in its twenty eighteen edition of best high schools just out and they're very proud that the international academy of mccomb was ranked the top magnette school in the nation magnet high schools are public high schools are typically attract the most talented students in the region using an application process that usually involves test scores gradepoint averages and all of that according to u s news so in the national rankings the international academy mccomb part of chippewa valley schools and township ranked seventh the international academy of bloomfield hills run by the oakland schools ranked thirtieth washington i international high school in the operated by wash tonight educational options absorption ranked forty first some good news there for us we could use as we continue on wjr you've reached the high fashion hotline help families hosting an epic memorial day barbecue and we need to look as legendary spread to kick off the summer.

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"magnette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Cook the books on these sorts of things so twenty two million if you get it in cash you can move on with it and if you don't have to count all all your rate all systems will you'll space tracking radar or your email tree analysts um thing you can do a law indeed robert bigalow 's name came up with this recent study and of course our our weekend host george nap knows him well bigalow the billionaire aerospace magnette he of course wants to put floating hotels up in space and other things like that he believes of course that of the alien presence and i think he was very instrumental in getting former senator harry reid from nevada involved in the study are absolutely i i think senate majority leader harry reid well off friends and actually uh uh of course some of the critics of this a saying well you know uh this is this is a little bit convenient isn't that uh the that they get this uh government contract to a low the business goes go straight to his his powell but you know that by so obviously something but uh you know various committees will doubtless want to have a lookout but there's no getting away from the fi that yeah uh what this is of course is a reflection of the way the private sector is increasingly the driving force in all of this we see it in the space program nasa and east sarah and the other space agencies around the world a taking now it back seats and the people coming to the fore all the people like robert bigalow uh um richard branson along mosque uh various others and so it so it is with the us food program to it's moved out of government and into the pub public appalled me into the private sector and of course journalists haven't quite cottoned on to this yet for the most part but this is one of the biggest parts of this whole story moving this ufo project pretty much straight away from the pentagon true bigalow aerospace has the the two advantages for government of moving yet uh further away from congressional scrutiny but he is the critical thing el sawy eat the scope of the freedom of information act no that's two two in the did you remember seeing the movie contact with jodie foster indeed.

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"magnette" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

WJOL Will County 1340

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"magnette" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340

"Mitchell trubisky is amazing 'cause jimmy garoppolo is five years younger than kirk cousins and now just now going to be becoming a starter and entering his priming he's done what aaron rodgers did he sat in waiting behind allegeant obviously there are a bunch of players who sat and waiting behind tom brady how hasn't worked for those guess hoyer avalanche shy sawyer hand how how how are they doing with their nfl career mix magnette castle did okay is there may be a reason that he was let go are you saying that tom brady's justice system qb though i'm just saying is there a reason new england llc at him go i god the daylight him gold to get something for they ought to go because they weren't going to be able to keep him an i mean let's face it unlike some of those other names out there those guys were not as sought after as as garoppolo which is what they were when they laugh remember may be man cast sale everybody skies are they weren't like we were having conversations on our so about where those guys are going to end up mac hassle we did read did but okay what does that tell you about new wing one all right now does that mean a brady's going to stay another year or two i would expect the daily he'd have he has because if they're giving up their number two who they w who they really liked and they traded that three to andy earlier in the season to kobe percent so there the cupboards are empty there at the at quarterback positions laid out in a second round pick that they can play he added so one of brady goes down merton they have player again iraq man i i a grisly move by vacant show it they know that he's going to be a good but they don't see him as tom brady's replacement as away i take this as as if you all night ambriz replacement you'd sign him.

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