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"mr. coleman" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
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"mr. coleman" Discussed on KCRW
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"mr. coleman" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"From home back to school and then from home again. She made time for each her kids individually just to visit and share. She loves teaching. She said up backdrops to make her bedroom slash. Google classroom look like a real classroom video after video of her reading books to our kids and during the covert world. Her husband of forty years was diagnosed with stage for so a sophist cancer chemo. Immunotherapy scans travel more scans fatigue the waiting but she's the most upbeat positive person i've ever known she's been through lifestyle and she always says. Hey you gotta find the bright side. She deserves a bright side. Congratulations martinez screw. Are you don't like don't you just feel like a big winey baby when you listen seriously we see the signing some strokes during this period heaven just absolute heroes so our next winter was nominated by rachel henke. The teacher's name is jessica apple and rachel writes. This is my son's teacher from the twenty twenty one school year lester. My children learned online separate from students. Who went to in person. School determined to keep my son involved with his classmates who dearly missed miss apple went above and beyond she frequently delivered items like books and materials for stem projects. Right to our door. She called to check in with us every week. She organized her students to write birthday cards from my son's half birthday in december. Since he has a summer birthday she made sure to include him in every possible. Way which wasn't required to do miss apple is a special teacher who teaches her. Kids skills tab a growth mindset. That helps them get through difficult tasks and assignments not only. Is she a great fourth grade teacher. She's also the assistant theater director at the high school. Minneapolis extra special to me. She was one of my students when i started teaching. It's been such her name. She's a teacher and her name is miss. You know what else she's teaching. She's teaching kids to be thoughtful to other people. Here's a kid. That's got a birthday in july. And mrs apple is tracking the birthdays and having kids right birthday cards to the kid who never has a birthday celebration. Because it's during the summer that is that is really teaching thoughtfulness. She's teaching kindness. He no so congratulations. Miss apple our next winter was nominated by meredith hin camp. The teacher's name is genie weston. She said i've been in college for a few years. As forty five year old adult and my biggest reason for not being able to move forward was my inability to pass algebra no matter how many times i took it. I the same results failing during my one last time to take it. My professor saw how much work. I was putting in and still not getting anywhere. She recommended a class taught by jeannie weston at lake superior college and adult education class that went back to basics when i say basics i mean learning to add subtract multiply divide schwantz every student to learn how wipe things were done and develop that routine and she did it with respect for each student. Making every student feel amazing. Genie stated in in the beginning that no one failed her class and she'd be right with me till the end. Of course. I was filled with doubt during the semester. I was proven wrong. I not only pastor class. I understood the material and had fun. Never would. I thought it was possible from there on. I went and passed my first algebra class in at my age it was so overwhelming it was a milestone. I didn't think i'd see. I've been pretty lucky with my employment and health care. And i own my own dog grooming business passing. That class was a huge accomplishment. And i owe it all to genie weston my hero. She teaches at lake superior. College in duluth minnesota. Where was that class when you and i were in middle school boy. No kidding. Our final winner was nominated by sandy. Ryoko and the teacher's name is ivory coleman. Mr coleman is the dean of the math department at queens grant high school. he's fantastic. All the students loved him cares about each and every one he actually gives them his cell phone number and tells him they can text him with math questions at anytime. He checks in with students to see how they're doing in their other classes. If he sees grades are slipping. He talks with the student to find out. Something else is going on in their life. That needs attention. He makes sure that all students get praised and feedback. Not just the ones in the top percent of the class if that student is struggling. Mr coleman helps make a plan of action. Rarely raises his voice. He soft-spoken manners of bombed so many distress students and no student goes hunger with him on campus. He always brings extra food for kids. Who need it is a teacher. Mr coleman is a teacher a father a grandfather and a mentor. He goes to sports games. That our students are in always having to travel. Because we don't have a gem. He didn't start out as a teacher worked at ibm. For thirty years developing nuclear submarines and that technology but he decided to have a second career as teacher and every june. He plays the piano at graduation guiding his kids as they walked to his graduation mark and beams with pride lot of teachers. Common gone at queens at queens grant high school but no one's made a bigger impact on students than ivory. Coleman were so lucky to have mr coleman we want. Everyone upgrade his congratulations to all of our teachers. And if you have a child in school whether it's kindergarten or grad school take a moment today to thank a teacher. It's looking out for your kid. As though he or she were their own. This is bob and sheri. Bob and sheri live tonight at seven. Pm eastern tonight. Lie on the bob and sheri facebook page. Welcome to all. Welcome to the bob and sheri show currently the only business in america. Not hiring that is the truth not the truth. I can't believe that you just said that. Because this morning while i was eating breakfast i read an article on inks website about the great resignation listened to this april may and june of this year. Eleven and a half million workers quit their job. Okay wait wait. And about half of the people in america who have a job are looking for another job is called a horde. It's called the great resignation. And the wouldn't people i mean that's that's so social upheaval. Real yeah and it has to do with Bernau according to the in. Which if you want i can post this on our facebook so everybody can go look at it but it has to do with. Workers feeling burned out and exhausted. It's not that they're just looking for more pay or more time off their questioning. Like the whole point of wire my grinding myself into the ground because this my life is this what i'm gonna be for life and so the article talks about like if that's the case if half of all people with jobs are looking for a new job and eleven and a half million people just said take this job and shove it. I'm out of here. What do you do to get people to stick around. You remember that post. I i that post that i told you about where some some guy said if you work long long hours skip vacations miss family time and work really really hard. You can end up like me. A mid level manager at state farm as a fine company. nothing against that but Sometimes you know the payoff is not what you thought it would be. I read in the wall street journal. They did an article about What's it like going back to the office because some places are encouraging employees. Despite this terrible second The virus that's sweeping. The nation are encouraged people to come back if they can in this one office i guess they had about thirty employees and they said not everybody is going to come back but we have core people that need to come back. And there's about ten of them and They spoke to these people about how they felt after a year and a half going back into the office and they were very tentative. And you hear the same things. I didn't know if i could interact as well. Socially i felt awkward Just speaking to people they said i had to get used to the fact that there is a view the device that looks like a roomba that goes throughout the office all day. Long to try to keep it sanitized. I had to get used to sanitizing my desk before. I left for the night and one person said somebody came in the second day and brought a box of dunkin donuts and.
"mr. coleman" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Call her. thank you. Because i thought this was like i thought you plug it in and it was. It was a smart air. Conditioning is going to gauge your home. It was gonna look at you and gauge. How hot you are talk to you. A biko radio used to you have to plug it into the wall but we got you covered there trying to make you think that 'cause you busy like an iphone all of a sudden it's citizens smart like like a smartphone. Thought she was going to talk to you. You look uncomfortable. Mr coleman this is this is this is nothing but a number fan. Yeah let me tell you that the shit is actually. They safe advanced technology. The shit is backwards ass technology because we want to get cool. You gotta pull water coolers working. Yeah so you got to put water up in here. And i'll put up pull up not tested it out. You'd be better off walking and talking about because that's exactly what you've gotta get like this close to kind of thing. This is something that if you are. I don't know if you run if you if you run in like a underground casino in taiwan thailand or something you in buildings old and it got air conditioning and you sitting at a desk all day. This is what you put there to blow on you the whole time why. You can't go nowhere you're working in a sweatshop somewhere think even then i gotta say of all the ads you've done. This is the most bizarre so you can get this eighty dollars if you just go to know. This is the anti. Don't get this. I mean like. I got this just to be curious. I'm kind of glad. I did. Because i i've never seen some slow cheap. That they were talking about. It'd be different if they said. Hey you know need air in a pinch going get this shit but the senate their sell this like. It's like the the cutting edge of air conditioning. On like you look at it. This is a toy easy. Bake oven is more advanced than this. Shit shit goddamn tonka. Truck is more advanced than this you put in here and there's a fan in the back. See the fan right. There's a fan of back and the fan just does whatever a regular fan. Does the only thing that this does that it just sprays water on. Say it's like it just spits on. It can get on all your electronics and ruined those to win. God was shit. Turn things to rust in here and it is done. It'll ruin the very computer. You have to plug it to work. Yes it will. Just give me a warning right here just in case anybody sees these boxes. 'cause i and you're drunk while you're looking at it. Yeah yeah. Don't don't don't buy stuff while you're there don't drunken by actually like i said man i don't i don't i plug it in right now and here i'll i'll show you how times i buy stuff like that and it just won't even work when it's plugged in. Let me see your this'll work. So i'm to plug in his advanced technology right here and let me see was shit shit. Just hold on the shit. Just cut my computer off the like the computers. Actually lincoln right now. It's back up. It was blinking justin. What the fuck did you just put it inside. I can't put in me. I can't even I just got a message. Saying i can't to use this accessories does not. I went away but it was telling me something. Unplug the accessory using too much power to re enable. You was beaten up alert from usb accessories disabled. It's too much aching back much power. Maybe you can handle it. Try the peace. Like don't put this in me. Don't do this you know. How book is father please hurts. Yeah the spiny because the apple like don't put that shit in me that trash can take it. Oh yeah you go then ticketed at cheap as you got it. Works now stays on so there you go. It's.
"mr. coleman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
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As part of the michael tura podcast network available on the i heart. Radio app apple podcasts. Wherever you get your favorite ships. Ooh who play coming up settled on the poll question. Eight seven seven three. Dp show and i watched urban meyer last night this only pre season and you wear those losses it just it. It felt like he was Lateness season at ohio state when he was winning every game. And you just wonder. How many games is trevor lawrence lost in his career going back to high school because i think he started as a freshman i think he lost two games maybe in his high school career. How many games did he lose it. Clemson three two or three. Yeah mclovin. i think it's isn't a to just the two playoff games. Okay lost one to notre dame but he was out with covert. i think. Thirty four and two in college and lost two games in highschool. He's in a fly by that around. You told me she's whisk path that because you know you go to a bad team and you can't get used to losing you don't want to get used to losing but you can't let each loss just kill you internally and that's what we all worry about urban meyer because you care so much you your program to expect to win. You're the best team every saturday when you're the college coach now you're probably going to an underdog in just about every game that you play and i wonder about that whole mindset of your out there to win. You expect to win you hope to win but the reality of this is. You're probably not going to trevor. Lawrence has gone out there sixty times in his high school and college career and he is one fifty six of those sixty games. He's gonna lose more games in the first three months of the season then. He's lost in his entire career. And you're not programmed that way they go seven ten. That's a good season. he'll lose more games. then he has an innocent entire career. An urban meyer too. Because you can't accept it you can't accept losing you don't want to accept it but you also you have to know that that's part of the growing process. Here's urban meyer. After the loss last night. We're not balanced right now and when you get stuff done. We're too many second off off schedule. Plays in the first half three threes and out other than that one first down so that and then the red zone this today. I say know chevy nice job and that two minute drill enabled pouted in there so i got to get her off line back and play better you know and and run the ball. Hope that your offensive line can be good because if not then put in gardner shoe like i don't want trevor lawrence out there i. I hope that he plays for me. But i got i got look at this. As a long-term investment sean payton talked about his quarterbacking situation. And i don't think he has any answers. Yeah when we we know what direction we're going. We'll we'll let you guys know and we're not going to try to anticipate saying hey it's gonna be mid week or next week. I think the best way for us to handle it and kind of how. We've always handled something like this. But but i was pleased with. Not just the quarterbacks. I was pleased with how he played as a team for the most part all right. Do you believe that he doesn't know who is quarterback is going to be in week. One he doesn't have to tell us. But i also think that would go a long way with jameis winston if you go. Hey your guy like i. I want him to have confidence that he is my guy. I don't want it to be tastes. Them hasn't ira jamie's here or starting quarterback tastes him is going to be able to play like james either your quarterback or he's not taste him is going to get in the game because you're paying him a lot of money and he can play a lot of different positions. That's why i'm always curious about when you name your starting quarterback and how sensitive do you need to the second guy. If sean payton knows that it's winston. I know he wants to give him that confidence that your guy get ready for week one. But what about the guy who feels okay. I didn't get full shot for my coach and let go till the end. I'm not here to keep everybody happy. I gotta do what's best for the team. Your feelings may be hurt pace. Them wants to be a starting quarterback but the consolation prize is you get to play you get to be a kick returner you get to be a tight end you get to be a wide receiver. You get to be a running back. You get to play jameis winston. If he doesn't start not playing. And if you're sean payton this is coach. Who has become accustomed to playing know big games in the playoffs eight. They potential super bowl team. And this is a big decision. Do i think he knows who was. Quarterback is yeah but i think he wants to see this one more game and maybe if tastes hill plays well. Then maybe that tips. You know the the scales here but i. I'm guessing that he probably looks at jameis. Winston and saying i get the best of both worlds. I got a quarterback who is only twenty seven has a good arm and i can still incorporate.
"mr. coleman" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Ken Coleman Ramsey. Personality is my co host today. Open phones at Triple 882552 to 5. Danielle is with us. Daniel is in Germantown, Maryland. Hi, Danielle. How are you? Hi, Mr Ramsey. I'm doing well. How are you today? Better than I deserve. What's up? And high. Mr Coleman. I want to say First of all, it's a pleasure to talk to you guys. And I want to also say a huge thank you to you, Uh, Mr Ramsey because of you and your principles, not only have my husband and I have been able to Pay off debt and you know, with a lot of hard work and a literal prayer miracle we were able to pay off our debt and be debt free. Six months early. Yeah. He thinks, and that's also freed me to pursue. You know this God given cough that I have to, um, open a Christian school right outside of our nation's capital. So I'm really excited about all of us that cool. Wow. Which leads me to my question. Flash problem. Last week, I was listening and you told a young lady. That you really want to rewrite this narrative that in order to do righteous work, you have to be broke. And I completely agree. I feel like you shouldn't have to be. Um, but the problem that I see, particularly for private schools and especially Christian schools, is that There's a revenue problem. Um, most Christians will most private schools rely almost 100% on tuition. And, um, that poses a problem because you can't pay teachers what they deserve to be paid. Um, can I think you said the national average is about 60,000 and I know in many schools Teachers in private schools, especially Christians, getting paid less than that, and in order to pay them more. You typically have to hike up tuition, but then that's breaking the backs of the people that you truly want to serve. And so I just wanted to know what are your thoughts and how we can Fix this problem and rewrite this narrative because I 100% agree with you. I just can't think of the solution. How old is the school? And how many students do you have? So, um, it is I'm actually in an interesting situation. I am just joining the school. The school has been running for 21 years. It's a niche school for students with learning differences from sixth grade through 12th grade, and the hope is to grow that, um, ultimately from pre sported 12th grade in the coming years. The car. And what's the cost of tuition right now for 60 approximately $20,000 a year. So if you were going to pay teachers more have you run a model out as to how that would affect your tuition. So I have not honestly, um, this miracle kind of just happened where I'm just now starting with this job, But I will say that, um, from our what I know of our finances. Right now, most of that goes towards teachers, salaries and, um And the reason that the tuition is what it is, is that, um, to cover those things, but we tend to not when you include Jesus and a lot of things. You don't get a You don't really qualify for a lot of the grant or other things that he's done, but I have not. Okay, so first thing. First thing. I think you got to run the model. Okay, Because you've got to really see all right. If we were raised the salaries of our teachers by X amount of dollars, you just run the numbers. And then you've got to play that out. You got to know what you're dealing with First. The second thing I would recommend is that I think, by the way, I'm very, very drawn to your mission. I have a child that that requires some special education services. And I love what you're doing. And these families almost come to this school almost as a last resort. It's It's a real oasis. I'm guessing and, yeah, so couple of things you got going on there because of the demand of that. I think you've got to look at separate fundraising. I think you've got to really come over the model where we're going to. We're going to offset tuition by. We're going to get really serious about raising money, and then you're going to get to some high net worth individuals That's going to take some time. But I think that's got to be a strategy. Long term. And then, um, I would also tell you that, uh, part of this is, uh, opening up more space. If you can do that, when you get more kids than it kind of scales out so There's really no silver bullet answer. But, um, I think that if you can make the case over time, and you're winning for these families, and it doesn't get too ridiculous, um, I think with those three strategies, you can get those salaries up into at least the average in your area. How many teachers do you have? Um, we have about six teachers. Some of them are part time. Some are full time. Six teachers. Yes, And how much and even for me. I'm the vice right now. We have, like 22 kids. Mhm. Well, Yeah, I thought it was much larger than that. Now we're at 22 pretty small. And so if you raise the six teachers $10,000 that would be $60,000. Divided by 22 would be $3000 a piece. That's the model he's talking about. Okay? And then you say, Oh, wait. We're gonna raise it $5000 because we have some kids. We want a scholarship. Right, And that's there are a few that are on a financial assistance will be a few more because you're bumping up from 20 to 25. Yeah, and you know, and you're going to raise your but that's an example of how you'd model the math out. Um, of how to play into it and decide from there. Um You probably and again the type of care and what you're plugged into. I don't know. I'm not an expert on that world just from a business viewpoint, though, uh, having run stuff with six people or 60 people having run stuff with now 1000 people on our team. Um, you will get some economies of scale. That will help your situation as well. If, for instance, you could double your enrollment and double your teaching staff. Yeah. Now you're not gonna do that in 20 minutes. But over time if you had 50 students instead of 25. Things are going to work a lot easier, because right now every single Check that is written by a student for tuition by a parent for tuition. Uh, is a back breaker. If it doesn't come in. You are because you're spread across so few people. And so your risk your volatility is a much higher on a percentage basis. Everyone is living more by the threat by a thread rather than there's no wiggle room, which, as you get a little bit more scale, you've got a little bit more marginal little bit more slash That you can do and still still be responsible with your salaries and with your other, but I think a combination between uh some students are going to get served by the higher tuition. With scholarships. Because we now have room to do that. Um, and some are going to get served with, um by lowering the net cost of the tuition by fundraising like Ken saying. But all the while keeping the fact that this mission is vital and really matters. And I think that's the whole thing you aim at. It is to go those directions. There's a lot going on here, but, um, it truly is more difficult to run a 22 person thing..
"mr. coleman" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Eight four four seven four seven two five seven seven is the phone number. Hey quick reminder. My brand new book from paycheck to purpose is now available for presell. This is clear path to doing work. You'll have the seven stages unpacked in detail and you can get it right now For a special price at twenty dollars. Ken coleman dot com win. You preordered you get the e book in the audiobook for free plus one hundred dollars of hundred dollars worth of other freebies. That will help you on the journey. So that's a fabulous deal And we have one bundle which would include for ten dollars more a thirty dollar price point to get clear career assessment. That people are taking like craziness is helping them By getting some boundaries and clarity to actually have a purpose statement filled alfred a professional purpose that point you to so many opportunities. That is a thirty dollar bundles. He get the assessment plus the book. Plus all the freebies and the yearbook and the audiobooks. That's a fabulous deal for thirty bucks. Ken coleman dot com all right to the phones. We go eight four four seven four seven two five seven. Seven greer joins us in birmingham alabama. Greer you're on the ken. Coleman show you mr coleman and i'm living the dream greer what's up not a whole lot. I just took your assessment. And i just kind of wanted to go over with you. All right as a backdrop. I have multiple years of college. I have not graduated college and i've been working a bunch of i would call just jobs. Mostly service industry jobs I did get into management at one point. But i'm kind of back at that point where none of it's really making me happy. I'm trying to look for a career to get back into and at twenty nine. It feels like. I'm almost out of time so i felt like i should call in read you my purpose statement and see kind of where would you with it. Yeah let's go all right. My purpose statement was. I was created these talents of communication to passionate discernment to perform my passions and promoting leading performing to accomplish my.
"mr. coleman" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine
"Copy whoever that goes for patty for thirty bucks in two thousand nine. Well i'm gonna. I'm gonna put this out there because criterion has released defending your life an lost in america. So they wanna go ahead and do real life. I won't get mad. Yeah so actually right. Now i'm gonna. I'm gonna go ahead. Mister criterion. I know you're listening. Okay so listen you fucking nerd. Put out real life on blu ray. Maybe you don't put it on four k. You seven hundred eighty four k yet. Like every other boutique label is already doing this. And you guys fuck knows your first four k relates to real life. Okay at least put it on blu ray so now now if it happens we can we. Can you know claim that we're the ones who push them to do it. So that's important but yeah check it out. It's good shit. It's fucking hilarious. The ending is wonderful. I don i don't want to spoil it. God damn good. It's so good basically. Our brooks has a breakdown and the entire movie has been about him just like spiraling trying to make something like more cinematic and more contrived essential premise of just filming a family and the ending is is the also meant like the movie can't end any way other than the way those emotion and it's real hundred percent worth your. I check that shit out so we mentioned this. This is not the earliest grodin comedic role. If you go back you hit the rewind button and you go back to one thousand nine hundred seventy two so we're going back seven years grodin got a full head of hair beautiful head of hair and he does. A movie called the heartbreak kid directed by lane may and this is another one. That is incredibly difficult to get hold of and the reason is it was released on. Dvd number of years ago but most of the time like movies all the time that people lose track of the rights. they literally don't know who owns them and so labels are reluctant to put out a home media release. Because they're like well we think so and so owns it but we're not sure so which is not going to talk with it because we now. This one is odd because we know who owns the rights to the heartbreak kid. But it's not who you think it is so Heartbreak kid was produced by a small studio which was then or distribution which was then purchased by a pharmaceutical company. So a pharmaceutical company owns the heartbreak kid and they will not license it to anyone at all. They're just sitting on the r- they're like. Yeah oh man. This is a gold by just sitting on a grodin. Elaine may movie. That's what everybody's clamoring for this. A billion dollar asset that we have here they won't give it anyone so honestly the best way to wash the heartbreak. Kid right now is is. You can go to youtube and just type it in and it'll probably pop up but this is another one where despite the fact that it's a pain in the ass define equality cut of it online. Talk about a brilliant fuckin- comedy and you know not not to be confused with the ben stiller version. But mr coleman what is the assets of the heartbreak kid like a category a rundown this well kids you would say it's a story of schlep. Charles grodin very quickly in the first few seconds of the film meets a woman at a bar. They fall in love and get married very quickly. I think 'cause they're saving themselves from heritage and they go on a honeymoon and he meets another one while on honeymoon and decides..
"mr. coleman" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine
"Joining me as always or at least almost always adami. Rose here steve. I suppose it is almost always. Yeah pretty much. I'd say you're you're a pillar of this podcast. How does it feel to to watch movies. That aren't from hong kong. It's a little disappointing. We're still we're still on a good track. At least it's only a matter of time before the bottom drops out. Yeah this is when we have a good streak of things that i haven't decided we should talk about. I mean it's good. We watch nice movies. We get more listeners and then inevitably a few weeks later. I'll be like let's watch like diarrhea. Chainsaw massacre nine you know and then we'll get to downloads. Everyone will hate it so thankfully we're not there yet but i'm sure the time will come also joining us from the west coast jay pila. Hey steve they have me and let me just say. I m a comedian. Not a liar. I have the luxury of honest. That's beautiful jay. And then also a very special guest you may have heard him on the wilpon and you also hear him. Every month on cost of content. Stephen coleman is here. Hello what a pleasure it is to be here to discuss. Probably my favorite actor of all time truly truly and and one of the reasons. Why mr coleman is here is because i met with him in a bar like last week and i was just like. Hey you should. You should do this episode with us. Because we're covering charles grodin today and i was like yeah man. You probably have charles grodin fucking autobiographies. Sit on your bookshelf. And i was just like you know joking around. He's like actually. I do so. We gotta grodin expert this this great before we get started though i just i just want to say like i've been thinking ways to promote the podcast so that we can continue to grow our influence on the internet. I decided today i'm just. I'm just going to become an influence on instagram right. Like that seems like the best path forward right sure does yeah. I heard nothing. I don't respect more. Yeah i and i mean as like a thirty five year old man. That's like that's what influencers are for sure and figured it out. So it's it's pride weekend in milwaukee and there's this this mural that they painted on a wall and it's like a big rainbow heart with a jack daniels bottle in the middle and it's just like you know You gay pride brought to you by jack daniels and then everybody lines up. And they all take their pictures. And i said no thank you..
"mr. coleman" Discussed on This Is Important
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"mr. coleman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The conclusion of everything for the boys february fifteenth nineteen forty four on classic radio theater. The program is great in spite of the anger behind the scenes as we just talked about while our auto transatlantic hookup is being. Set up. Mr coleman and mr burns do speak to the american ranger. Tonight's play was dedicated. Mr coleman has a word for you who fight on the home front and a few moments. We move out across the ocean to bring back with us. The voice of american boys standing on the english coast overlooking hitler's fortress of europe in that same england during the summer of nineteen forty nazi bombs. Were pouring desk than destruction on the people of london town. Another american boy. Not long out of rugby. School stood and watched one night. His name was john. Gillespie magee marveling at the head of the handful of spitfires fighting against overwhelming odds the enlisted with the royal canadian air force and soon became a skilled pilot. John magee was also very promising. Young writer having won the same poetry prize awarded to the soldier poet of the last war rupert brooke today when the sound of the wings of the united nations is bringing hope to the world. I would like to hear something he wrote. He explained in a letter to his family at the time that it was mostly composed while he was flying at.
"mr. coleman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"mr. coleman" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Now you said your everyday millionaires are you in a position that if something happened to you, without any life insurance that she would be okay? Yes. You see the teacher? She makes most $60,000 and we have no other data available. You know, we have more. Their debt make plenty jer to cover that person as well. So substantial investments that sounds like About $820,000 and leave them in 10 Investments. Yes, OK, actually, no, and so that money could be invested and create an income to replace your income. If something happened to you. Yes, OK, then. You know, if you if you consider yourself self insured, then you don't need You know, And it sounds like you are if the kids are grown and gone and mortgages paid off. I mean, you're you're in great shape. So, Yeah, I'm going. I'm cashing that puppy out. It's a horrible place to have money and the little tiny mortgages, horrible things, So let's just get rid of a bunch of horrible things. One conversation. And a celebration. You could tell. It's really nagging at him. Touchdown. I don't know if he caught that go like you could pay that off today. Yeah, Dave said you're free. Coke probably got 45,000 and one of those other accounts, You could just write a check today and pay it off. It's not in a retirement account and then just replenish it with this Now, don't if you only have $45,000 cash to your name anywhere. Then don't do that. But I suspect that you know, I'm hearing I'm hearing lots of zeroes in this discussion. I think you're okay. Opened phones that triple 882552 to 5. Aaron is with us in Louisville, Kentucky. Hi, Aaron. How are you? I'm doing great. How about yourself better than we deserve. How can we help? So are probably geared more chords. Mr. Coleman. Um, I am at currently the job, Matt. Isn't a bad job. I just don't really make a whole lot of money. But it is pretty secure. You know, when everything was shut down or whatever. I still had my job, and it was considered its quote unquote essential, whatever sure, but I have to really work. Ah, lot of ours to really make any Halfway decent money, and I just don't want to do that forever. I'd like to start perceiving trying to find something better. But I'll just be honest. I'm fearful that you know, since I got get something, something crazy happens. They shut down again and then I can't. Work with her job, but I'm getting out. Let me set you free. I get that, but we'll come back here. You have this correct. We can get to that. We're.
"mr. coleman" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Stuart. Last time you guys got to hang out in person was wins Been a while. Have not seen Marty ever actually, but I'm sure we're going to see what a treasure he is in country music. You just completely screwed up my entire story. Thanks a lot. Thanks. I gotta be honest. I'm still a journalist, All right, And if there's but there, but it is the true story. There's anybody And in Austin. Anybody in Texas that Mrs going out seeing live music? It is Mr Coleman. He loved to get out and see and see Live entertainment. True. That is for sure. This has been a gigantic test for me just to sit still for a minute, and I'm making it But it's been rough, especially when I lived. You know, a few just a few blocks from some of the best live music clubs in the country, you know? Yeah, but they're dormant. They're dark. It is. It's got to be painful. All right, Um, you wrote a piece about Senator Ted Cruz is called. Commentary in the San Antonio Express News went to the Houston Chronicle. Another papers in Texas. What has Senator Ted Cruz really done for Texans? All right. Give us give us the high points of of your commentary. Your opinion piece, Mr Coleman. You know, I think the answer to that question basically is not much. I think anybody who's followed Ted Cruz's career. On. I think an increasing number of Texans. Maybe even some Republicans are realizing that Ted Cruz is all about Ted Cruz. I did a review of his legislative record. He's been in Congress for eight years. Has two bills. One was a reauthorization of NASA, which is a pretty routine. Endeavor and they've got another bill passed. That was a It was a bill that would prevent any known terrorists from serving as ambassadors to the United States. So that was another slam dunk. But you know, he's not a he's not a legislator. He's not a conciliator. He doesn't seem to be much of a worker. You know, he's all about Ted Cruz. He's panderer of the highest order, and I think you know everything that unfolded prior tune around the January 6 riots in the capital really brought that into sharp relief, and we just thought it was Important Just kind of looking like, what is this guy doing? And that was basically you know, the premise of my article was that you know, we got hit. You know the right with the week I read the article. We it was announced it. 50 Texas hospitals were filled to capacity with Cove in patients. Um and, uh Something else again. I'm drawing a blank on that, but basically in what is Ted Cruz doing about? You know this lack of anything good happening in Texas. He got on Twitter and got into a juvenile spat with the actor Seth Rogan. You know, he took a picture of him praying pick photo of himself. Massless. You know what some of these National guardsmen who came to protect the capital and part from riot that you know from a riot that he helped inflame. S so basically, it's like, what are you doing, Senator Were you doing for Texas? And you know, as I looked into it more. I think that the obvious answer is not much. All right. I'm not sure if the audio is growing up here. I thought you said in eight years he's got two bills passed. That's correct. Yeah. On his any pictures on Twitter fight with Seth Rogan. Yeah. Yeah, And you know, I did a little comparison. I didn't put that in the article actually was just it was a little too far. A field guide to the comparison with John Cornyn, who's been in Congress for 20 years. Right, so basically a little bit more than twice as long he's had about 25 26 bills passed. I mean, I think if you do it's common apples to apples comparison from if you if you put the time in perspective, and Cruz just doesn't get much done. Nobody likes him in the Congress in the Senate, and you know it's unfortunate for Texas. I did include an article with my quote in my article from former House Speaker John Boehner, who everybody likes and he says, I love everybody. He's an amiable guy. Hey called Cruise. The most mental miserable son of a bitch you've ever worked with in his life s so it's telling with, you know, that is that is how he comes across. Now he beat A Democrat and man eventually ran for president from Texas by a skin. It was single digits right in the last election. Into our account Less than three blessed in 3% points and listen three Okay, closest race for against an incumbent senator in Texas since 1978 was that 18 2018. 2018 stories up again and 2024. Excuse me. He's up again in 2024 2024. If he doesn't run for president. Which I know he's really trying to position himself to do by appealing, you know to the maggot crowd and all that. You know, I don't know. I get this He may run. I mean, probably will run. I mean, he's that's his whole M o. His ambition right And what's next for me? What's the next rung up the ladder? But I tend to think of the moment he may have damaged himself so poorly, you know, so so seriously. With his actions around the presidential election and the insurrection and all that, that he may have a hard time attracting any of serious funding and really getting any kind of campaign off the ground, But we'll see. All right so Your assertion. Mr Coleman is that Ted Cruz is not all that popular anymore in Texas. He did get elected to be better or rock from El Paso. My bite. Not much is it was a close race. And, you know, I mean, it was a nail biter to really late at night. We thought some of the city's inner cities would come in. And Big Joe could catch him was ahead and then fell behind. We thought maybe you could come back and catch him. So what is I mean, he's hanging by a thread. According to You Know your article your your commentary, but Why? I mean, if he does nothing for Texas is that because he's Republican, and that's it. I think that's a big part of it, You know, and he really makes a big point of, um you know, being Obstinate and being a roadblock in front of anything Democrats like to do, and we have lots of it's a very deep red state. Lots of Republicans who You know, you know, look at the center like that, Who Who's really in sees his main job is to stop the Democrats from accomplishing anything. They like that. You know, I posted my article on Facebook page and I've got some conservative friends and friends of friends who China, and they're like, Hey, you know, we like him because he presents a liberal's. You know the tarts from doing With what the terrible things they want to do. Um, But, you know, in the Houston Chronicle's headline has You know what has tech crews done for Texas and the best? A lot of the people on Twitter could say, is like, what have you done for Texas? Houston Chronicle, So I don't think they really know what he's done for Texas. But they know that he's a pain in the Democrats side and I think that's enough for a love, So it's just tribalism. It's just he's one of our guys..
"mr. coleman" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Humbled in an improper way humbled the church in the face of the world humbled to church in the face of other religions Kind of fake humility jake. Hsen calls it the when a man's humble about his convictions. Let's that real humility. that's just that's being panty waste So all of those trends which were very much part of the so-called spirit of arrogant to Which are still very much with us. All of those trends contributed to the fact that the church bought by her churchmen stopped being that moral force that kind of held up its hand and said hey stop and there are concrete. Instances of this historically where this can be shown to have happened in this country. In the united states of america there was a thing called the catholic league of decency and it and the league of decency interested in film and the league of decency did a lot of good things by way of keeping hollywood executives from publishing what was called filth or smut in the films and and the legion decency was so powerful at one time that they could call on all catholics to boycott a particular theater or particular film or particular chain of theaters and they would literally bring hollywood executives to tears because they lost lots and lots of money over this so the bishops actually had moral authority. They used their moral authority. And they kept smut out of the films in the late sixties fifties. The hollywood was pushing the envelope. More and more resisting. This i think fifty seven was the first time an actual porn film made its way into mainstream theaters of remembering the year right. I won't even give the name of the film by the way it's famous but i think just naming it is disgusting But that was kind of a landmark year and of course in the in the sixties with the sexual revolution the church simply ceded ground. totally seated. ground I mean i shouldn't say totally on. There were notable exceptions but there was a large seating of ground in the church and the sexual revolution when it invaded the church. And you had notable catholics notable catholic clerics and so forth falling prey to it The exodus from the re- from the religious life and priesthood that that followed vatican tufo in sixty eight sixty nine and so forth. So i really think that there's a particular case in point. You can study the history of the catholic league of decency and how it fell into total oblivion. The church had a powerful voice against smut in in in that particular art form film and it was very effective and churchman ended up Completely ceding ground and not even caring anymore. That's right brother. I was actually going to make reference also to the motion picture. Production code popularly known as the hays code okay believes instituted in nineteen thirty four and how to largely around the same time that you referenced. Fifty seven late late fifties early sixties where. They started pushing the envelope once again And people talk about the hays code. Now as if it's some kind of untenable reasonable restriction artistic freedom but if you actually read the provision in tents put forth in it I'm through now a bit long. But they should be among the most reasonable suggestions in the world for people with any kind of moral compass Several months ago. I was talking to Someone who believes mutual friend. Charles colom definitely and mr coleman..
"mr. coleman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"You could learn more about different courses that we have available for high schools and high schoolers and for middle schoolers as well. That Billy is with us in Dallas. Hey, Billy, Welcome to the day for empty show. Thank you. Good afternoon, Mr Randy and Mr Coleman. It's a real pleasure to speak with you today. You too, sir. How can we help? Well, I guess a little background information. My wife and I are both retired and we were blessed to be able Tonto. Completely build and pay for a vacation home a number of years ago. Wonderful. We actually we actually bought this little state the property about 30 years ago and then Built a vacation home there about a decade ago. And as life has progressed, we decided last year to sell that vacation home. It was never used his rental property. It was just a family getaway. Um, currently, and for the last several years. My wife and I had been blessed beyond belief and are able to live on. Nickels and dimes pretty much And I've never been able to find an answer to how to calculate the capital gains on the sale of that vacation home or if capital gains will actually need to be paid. There will be when I brought Filed taxes. Check with your tax advisor. Check a taxi LP a day, Ramsey dot com But your basis is what you paid to build it. Plus what you paid for the land. And you because you know you're not appreciated it at all. No, sir. That's correct. But what I've seen is that capital gains taxes are zero up to a certain level of income for married couples filing jointly. And so I guess my question is does the sale and the proceeds of that vacation hold count as Income during that particular year that it was sold. I don't know. I'm not very good at taxes. I'm sorry, Billy. I think it does as far as I understand, but I want you. I really want to get some professional advice on this so you don't have investment income. Way do have retirement. We have retirement income, but we've not taken any proceeds from the retirement income yet, so none of it. None of it's taxable right now. No, any of my I raise and on that sort of thing I rolled over. Based on your advice. I rolled over my 401 K and the pension plan when I retired about 6.5 years ago, too. Our race, But we've been again fortunate that we've not had to take any procedure withdrawals from those retirement accounts. Um So my guess is it's going to be taxable at a capital gains rate. I do not know whether the incomes gonna count. I think it will count and we'll drive you up into that. And so you're probably gonna have a 15% capital gain on the Actual gain. What do you think you've got in the property? Well, we way actually sold it for 360,000. And as close as I could calculate our, um what we paid to have a home built and paid for the property is about 200,000. Okay, So you got 160,000. And the only question is how much is tax was gonna be on it or how much of it's gonna count towards this equation, you know? Yeah, I The truth is I You know, I know you don't. I know you have a game there. I don't know with you having virtually no income when you're gonna able to duck under the 15% or not, And that's a technical tactical question. And so I'm gonna have to say I'm I have to tell you to do what I would do, which is I would have to pick up the phone and call my here. My tax guy in my LP my endorsed local provider for taxes and get some help with that, And that's what I'm gonna have to have. You do. I'm sorry. I wish I knew the answer. But we didn't you need you do know how to calculate your game You've got that figured out and it's gonna be a 15% if there is a gain or nothing. If you're low enough, and it doesn't count And this doesn't drive you up above that limit, So I don't I don't know how. But I can't. I don't know how that works. Exactly. Sorry. Open phones. A triple 882552 to 5 Can I shouldn't have let you jump in. Because you really you're like a tax expert, right? Yeah, yeah, yeah, I'm a tax expert is that is that I like to not be taxed. And I think that I'm a tax expert in that. I don't believe we should be text very much at all. And, yeah, It's all about political opinion is where I stopped. I'm an expert on my opinion about what I think that, But hey, that's why we have the old piece. By the way. I think it's a great illustration to say even with you. It's complex of some of the stuff you got going on. We all need attack a tax expert. This is a weird talk show because you know how many talk show hosts that actually will tell you I don't know. That is true. That's unusually thin, broadcast unusual answer in talk radio because they want you know those of us on the microphone. I supposed to know something about everything. Alright, Suzanna. With us in Tampa, Florida. Hey, Susannah, how are you? Um, I guess I'm not doing as great as you are. You guys sound great, But I'm a little bit embarrassed and also distraught because my question is not as wonderful as all the other questions. You know, everyone's been very lucky. Okay. What's going on? You two co vid and due to being laid off from my job 11 months ago had to cash out my insurance policy..
"mr. coleman" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"ESPN happens except Channel 80 keep weighing in on Twitter getting a lot of great tweets all you about tonight, the big trade happening India involving four teams and James Harden on his way to the Brooklyn that's like Todd, who said it, Coleman, ESPN. And the infancy ESPN, she says. I was glued to Twitter. When trade details came out, I would have lost it if Carrie was in the deal. I'm here for that drama to L O. L keep winging on Twitter about your thoughts about the trade James Harden and eight draft picks for its spots. Three swabs. Excuse me for other picks going to the Houston Rockets, probably 14 trade keep weighing in a coma, ESPN And also, if it's ESPN, we got some coaching news real quick. So we get to the New York just opening their coaching search and urban mind me having another team for services trying to get back in the game news out of Alabama regarding a former coach about the joint staff Index saving Yeah, and this is AH, It's the big one. Bill O'Brien, former head coach, the Houston Texans. After and I'm going back now, two weeks. It was a Saturday and it was before the Rose Bowl. So you're going back to the Saturday before the rose. Give me the Yeah, yeah. Against Notre Dame. Um, the Rose Bowl's in Texas. But he shows up fusion. Yeah, yeah. I mean, it was like, Wait, What? I was there. I was part of the broadcast. That's the worst part man. I got a boost have the Cotton Bowl in New York City, Bill O'Brien came to campus the day after the rose and stayed in Tuscaloosa. From that we can all the way until Thursday. That's a long time man. It was just to be checking out some dreamland in Archibald's barbecue or hitting up Chuck for some sushi, right, so he wasn't there for the food, right? So He was there just in beyond intrigue, talking to two different people inside that Alabama program. It was he was immense, just completely dove into the deep end of the pool to see what exactly Makes this place so unique under Nick Saving And right now, our man Chris Lowe is reporting that Bill O'Brien, former head coach of the Texans, will be the new offensive coordinator, replacing Steve Sarkeesian. You left to go to Texas. At Alabama. And a hair care we go again. Ready yet? Lane Kiffin? Yes, Steve Sarkeesian? Yeah. I mean, Mike Stoops is there right now, But Jones has got a new guy got coaching job again. You know Major Applewhite and offensive coordinator back in college football. It is the healing hands. Of saving when he lays them upon the on you spend time at the capstone. You leave a transformed angel Kelowna and you go back into the world and you have immense success. Even though I don't need the healing hands of saving laid upon the back show up like Brian Table. Outstanding offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills went to Tuscaloosa to have those hands laid upon him. And now he is a head coaching candidate when the hottest names In the National Football League. That is what Saint Nick does. So here comes Bill O'Brien, the latest one Have those healing hands laid upon his forehead. If you spend one year with that guy, you will be a head coach again. At least a coordinator somewhere with your reputation wiped clean and you have a fresh start. That's for those healing hands. Could do. Mr. Coleman will this girl okay?.
Ukraine and Russia exchange prisoners.
"Coming up on the nears Boris Johnson Johnson could be jailed for refusing to seek brexit delay Ukraine and Russia exchanged prisoners in landmark the deal and staggering death toll feared in Bahamas off the Dorian destruction it Saturday September September seven. I'm Anthony Davis the UK leader of the opposition. Jeremy Jermaine Coleman is warned Boris Johnson. He is not above the law after the prime minister suggested he would refuse to seek another brexit extension despite MP's passing being a bill to prevent a no deal they are preparing for chaos the best thing they could do is actually make sure he abides by the decision of parliament which has passed a new act in order to prevent crushing out on the thirty first of October and extend for three months in order for there to be sensible negotiations with the EU any sensible prime minister would do that said Mr Coleman legal experts have warned Johnson could face prison if he refused to abide by the bill which was passed asked on Friday and is set to become law on Monday Lord McDonald's the former Director of public prosecutions said if Johnson refused to request an extension engine he could be found in contempt of court. McDonald's said he won't get any cooperation apart from the fanatics around him. The Attorney General won't sit there quietly widely while this happens Johnson wrote to the conservative membership and suggested he would not obey any legislation that required him to ask for an extension they just just passed a law that would force me to beg Brussels for an extension to the brexit deadline. This is something I will never do he wrote. McDonald's said he suggestion Johnson. Could the imprisoned was not an extreme outcome as it was convention that individuals who won't purge their contempt was sent to prison a in Russia and Ukraine have completed a long-awaited exchange of prisoners those freed include twenty ninety four Ukrainian sailors and controversially a person of interest over the downing of flight. Moh Seventeen which killed two hundred ninety eight people the swap is hoped to ease tensions between the two neighbours greeting the Ukrainians at the airport President Vladimir Dolinsky said we have to do all the steps APPs to finish this horrible war. Russia said it was glad its citizens had returned home relations between the two countries deteriorated dramatically in two thousand fourteen when Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimean peninsula and Russian backed rebels began an insurgency in two regions of eastern Ukraine Russian officials issues of said progress towards the prisoner release is vital for improving the atmosphere surrounding a settlement of the Ukrainian crisis negotiations on the extremely sensitive issue were held in complete secrecy with both Ukrainian and Russian officials stressing that any leaks could derail the swap. Russia Russia has not yet confirmed the names of the prisoners who've been released by Ukraine. It's arranged a low profile arrival at Moscow's newco airport with initial reunions kept behind behind closed doors in Ukraine. The scene was very different. The prisoners freed by Russia reunited with their relatives on the tarmac surrounded by the press charities government agencies and even cruise ships loaded oded with supplies and volunteers a struggling to get emergency aid to the storm ravaged Bahamas today amid fears of a staggering death toll left in the wake wake of Hurricane Dorian Bahamas leaders believe hundreds and perhaps thousands are missing in the islands of about four hundred thousand people even as the the official death toll rose only two forty three as of yesterday large swathes of Northern Bahamas were rendered wastelands by the storm with homes pulverized used cars and boats thrown around like toys and the smell of death permeating the air in parts of Great Apcoa island one of the hardest hit evacuees poured into the capital Nestle and a cruise ship arrived in Palm Beach Florida with some eleven hundred people fleeing the destruction many of them faced uncertain certain futures the US Coast Guard navy was shipping in relief supplies and had already rescued some two hundred ninety people from isolated areas in the island's highlands hard hit by the storm. A major oil storage terminal on Grand Bahama island was damaged by Hurricane Dorian and his now leaked oil into the surrounding funding environment raising concern that the oil could damage local reefs and Wildlife the South Riding Point facility sits on the shore of the island's eastern side and he's home to ten giant storage tanks capable of holding up to six point seven five million barrels of crude according to Ecuador the company that runs the facility Elodie when Dorian struck Grand Bahama late Sunday. The terminal had one point eight million barrels on site. It is not clear how much oil has leaked doc you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask your smart speaking. Eh Play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on. I tunes and follow us on twitter. At the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.