35 Burst results for "Past Year"

VP Harris expected at last Buffalo shooting victim's funeral

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 51 min ago

VP Harris expected at last Buffalo shooting victim's funeral

"The funeral for the last of the ten victims of a gunman's racist attack on a buffalo supermarket became a rallying cry as much as a remembrance 86 year old Ruth whitfield was remembered as an angel gunned down by a white 18 year old who police say targeted blacks Vice president Kamala Harris told mourners this shooting and others like the one at a Texas school show how the nation is experiencing an epidemic of hate We will not allow small people to create fear in our communities Attorney Ben crump who represents the whitfield family and others killed that day wants the shooter's parents the gun makers and others held accountable Will you stand with us Again Hatred I'm Julie Walker

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 Russia test-fires its latest hypersonic Zircon missile

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 hr ago

Russia test-fires its latest hypersonic Zircon missile

"Russia says its navy has conducted another successful test of a prospective hypersonic missile amid the fighting in Ukraine I'm Ben Thomas with the latest In a demonstration of long-range strike capability the Russian defense ministry has released footage showing the test firing of the zircon hypersonic cruise missile from a frigate in the barents sea The ministry says it hit a practice target in the white sea about a thousand kilometers away More than 600 miles President Vladimir Putin has said zircon is capable of flying at 9 times the speed of sound and Russian officials claim the missiles are impossible to intercept with existing anti missile systems Zircon is set to enter service later this year

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Weather's unwanted guest: Nasty La Nina keeps popping up

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 6 hrs ago

Weather's unwanted guest: Nasty La Nina keeps popping up

"La Nina the flip side of the better known El Nino weather condition keeps popping up in meteorologists say the west's prolonged drought won't go away until it does I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look La Nina is a natural and cyclical cooling of parts of the equatorial Pacific As opposed to El Nino's warming The current la Nina set a record for strength last month and is forecast to likely be around for a third straight winner It changes weather patterns worldwide amping up storms in the Atlantic while decreasing them in the Pacific producing more Atlantic hurricanes less rain more drought and more wildfires in the west and agricultural losses in the middle of the country Studies have shown la Nina is more expensive to the United States than El Nino And scientists are noticing the world has been getting more lanes in the past 25 years Just the opposite of what their best computer models say should be happening with human cost climate change I'm Ben Thomas

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VP Harris expected at last Buffalo shooting victim's funeral; Police admit to Texas School shooting mistakes

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 hrs ago

VP Harris expected at last Buffalo shooting victim's funeral; Police admit to Texas School shooting mistakes

"The last of the ten victims of a gunman's racist attack on a buffalo supermarket will be laid to rest today and vice president Kamala Harris will be there 86 year old Ruth whitfield was inside the market when police say 18 year old Peyton guedron who is white open fire while officials say his motive was race he targeted all the victims because they were black in Texas a motive is still being investigated for the shooting by another 18 year old Salvador Ramos who opened fire Tuesday at a Yuval di school killing 19 children and two adults police now admitting to mistakes they made as well as the trail of red flags Ramos sent up from his social media messages to an obsession with guns I'm Julie Walker

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Separated by war, Ukrainian couples reunite

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 hrs ago

Separated by war, Ukrainian couples reunite

"Fear of the Russian invasion separated them now some couples and families in kharkiv are finally reuniting as people begin to return to Ukraine's second largest city At kharkiv train station husbands and fathers anxiously wait for the first sight of their loved ones as the train approaches For many this is a moment they've been dreaming of for three months but everyone worries troops might try to attack the city again It's still dangerous but I wanted to come home says 50 year old Tatiana who had sought sanctuary in Slovakia She is welcomed by her husband Andrade who had remained in the city slovakians she adds had welcomed and treated me well but it's not the same as being home I'm Charles De

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Memorial Day Is a Serious Holiday

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 20 hrs ago

Memorial Day Is a Serious Holiday

"It's Memorial Day weekend What does that mean Means three days off I got that Monday's off the government's closed Isn't that amazing The government's closed and nobody cares Why don't we just call every Monday tech why don't we call three four days a week A national holiday and just close it That's the way you get around it But this is a serious holiday Memorial Day And it is a time to be with family And we say this every year but really wield an honor it It's a time to remember All of those who have died To serve this country What exactly were they protecting What were the men and women who fought for this country in these various wars The biggest war we fought right here Civil War what were they fighting for Or were they fighting for in World War I or World War II and all the wars in between What were they fighting for in Korea and Vietnam Iraq and Afghanistan One hell hole after another What are they fighting for today Tell me ladies and gentlemen are they fighting for the American Marxist movements No Hell no Are they fighting to destroy Women's sports Are they fighting for open borders Are they fighting the bankrupt the nation and drive up the cost of everything including gasoline and food

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'Breaking the News' Author Alex Marlow on Free Speech in Big Tech

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:25 min | 22 hrs ago

'Breaking the News' Author Alex Marlow on Free Speech in Big Tech

"We were talking about the Second Amendment, the assault on it, the newsroom uvalde. We can segue very smoothly to the topic of your book breaking the news and the big issue of big tech. Because Elon Musk, the individual, you warned me about that we had so many high hopes of tweeted out, I think it was on Thursday morning or Wednesday night that, yeah, we have to do something about these AR-15s, maybe some special kind of registration or training. And I just tweeted out Elon, you were doing so well. Let's break down this story. The book is breaking the news. You've got to get it from our guest, Alex marlowe breaking the news exposing the establishment media's hidden deals and secret corruption. Where are you at in terms of Twitter, I don't know if you're on truth social, something's happened on true social, my account is now two, 3000 new followers every single day for the last weeks of something exponentials happening there. They're opening it up to Android as well. We had Devin Nunes on the show. We invited president Trump on the show as well. Are we starting to see some glimmers of hope? Or are you still concerned that this is the most powerful weapon on the left has to distort and steal elections? Yeah, it is one of the most powerful for sure. Noteworthy is maybe the most powerful of them all is Google, which president Trump was complaining that Google might be discriminating against true social. And that would be great because I spoke to Donald Trump personally a couple of years ago about the threat of big tech. And he was really obsessed with Twitter and I get why that was his most powerful tool, but for his supporters, the most powerful tools have been Google and Facebook by a mile, Google number one. And so if he's getting fired up about Google assuming he runs for president next time around, that could be a very good thing because he needs to crack the whip on Google who is manipulating elections in a major way, in my opinion. But what's happening is Musk is going to disappoint. If you're a mos super fan, if you think he's some sort of pure guy, he's going to disappoint you in different ways. He does a lot of things and says a lot of things that do make me indicate some of the red pilling is legitimate. I was kind of in the campus at most all performance art to advance his business businesses. I'm not there anymore. I now think he has internalized some of the values you and I have, doctor G, but he's going to keep making mistakes.

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Breitbart's Alex Marlow on the Left Politicizing Every Moment

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:22 min | 22 hrs ago

Breitbart's Alex Marlow on the Left Politicizing Every Moment

"We have an individual with us who if they gave out official employee identity cards, his would say employee number one of Breitbart News. He is the editor in chief of the most influential conservative news site on the planet. He's Alex Marlow. Welcome Alex to America first. Thank you, doctor G oids appreciate the kind intro. And I appreciate the opportunity to return the favor for you who always is on my show on Thursdays, which we love. Yeah, we talk national security. We talk domestic politics, manga, national security, every Thursday morning on your SiriusXM patriot news channel a show. Please check out the podcast. Alex is a very, very good social media platform. Just go to all the usual places and plug in at Alex Marlow and check out the podcast as well. So much to discuss, let's start we have to because of the left's reaction to it with the events of who valde the shooting, the horrific shooting in Texas. When somebody who is running for governor, stages a disruption of the first press conference from the sitting governor, the head of public safety, the superintendent of schools, lieutenant governor, and grandstands on the still warm bodies of those who are killed, shouldn't we draw some conclusions as to the depths of the depravity that the left are prepared to sink to Alex. Yeah, this was something that certainly would have seemed uncouth ten or 15 years ago. And now it's something that probably surprises no one who read the news on a regular basis. It used to be that there used to be some sort of a governor in the brain of people on the left. And to the much lesser degree, do they have this problem, where there's an urge to politicize every single moment. And there is a thought that perhaps there's some things that are more important than politics. And now everything is officially political. It's been game on. It really finally solidified when Donald Trump came down that escalator in 2015. I mean, that was it. That was the moment. When everyone just realized it's game on, however you politicize anyone that's how you

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The 2nd Amendment Protects ALL Other Amendments

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:31 min | 23 hrs ago

The 2nd Amendment Protects ALL Other Amendments

"All the other amendments. Now, if we are not clear about why that is the intent of the Second Amendment, then it becomes nothing more than just a self defense argument. And then they'll say, well, then why do you need an AR-15 just to protect yourself? Now, there is a good argument for that. If you know about the LA riots and the kind of legendary Korean storekeepers that went on their roof and protected themselves using AR-15s against the rioters, there is a good reason for self defense. But that's not the intent of it, and it will make us profoundly less free as a country. If we're not clear about why we have the Second Amendment. So right now, about 26 million people in Shanghai, China, are locked down. They can not leave their apartment buildings. What would Shanghai look like right now? If they had a Second Amendment in China, what would Hong Kong have looked like a couple years ago, when China just annexed Hong Kong, if every one of the Hong Kong freedom protesters had an AR-15, slung around their back. Now, this means they had to use it, but as soon as the people have weapons, it becomes a negotiation, and it no longer is a hostage situation. If you do not have a Second Amendment, the government can take you hostage at any time. If only one side has the guns, then one side gets the determine whether or not you are free. Now, if you

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COVID Lockdowns Would Have Been FAR WORSE Without 2nd Amendment

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 23 hrs ago

COVID Lockdowns Would Have Been FAR WORSE Without 2nd Amendment

"Than what you saw the last couple of years with COVID of how important it is? That people are able to defend themselves against a potentially tyrannical government. COVID lockdowns would have been far worse if it wasn't for the Second Amendment. We would have been closer to New Zealand or Australia because if only one side has the guns, they get to call all the shots. James Madison, we have a picture of James Madison here. In our studio. The father of the United States Constitution said quote always remember that an armed and trained militia is the firmest bulwark of republics that without standing armies, their liberty can never be in danger. Nor with large ones safe. Now what is a militia? You see militia gets misrepresented by the media saying, oh, that's a trained force and only people in the military. Nope, George Mason, who inspired the Second Amendment said, I ask, sir, what is the militia? Quote, it is the whole people to disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them. The founding fathers were clear that if you disarm a people, you enslave them. The purpose of the Second Amendment is to be able to protect all the other amendments. The purpose of the Second Amendment protects your right to privacy, the Fourth Amendment protects your right to sell against self incrimination, the Fifth Amendment protects your right to due process 6 7th Eighth Amendment. Protects your right, the speech and to assembly. A free people must have leverage against tyrants. One of the reasons why America has a tradition of the many ruling the few, not the few ruling the many. It's because we've been armed. And for some people, they just don't like hearing this. It's an uncomfortable truth while it's what it is.

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The Media Has Never Provided Great Memorial Day Travel Advice

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 1 d ago

The Media Has Never Provided Great Memorial Day Travel Advice

"And I backed this a 100% Dan backs at a 100% I take no responsibility for this hot take but there has never ever ever in the history of the media Ever been good advice offered to get out of the hellish truly hellish commute that you will have to be stuck in And traffic jam that you'll be stuck in during Memorial Day never We get the guts of the airport early That is useless advice And there's no such thing as early when we're talking about Memorial Day weekend Here's an example because I looked at Seattle sea tac as our airport The busiest times at the TSA security checkpoints and this is just across the board I'm assuming it's not taking into account TSA PreCheck which by the way TSA folks Can you at least raise the price I'm a total elitist I'll be totally honest when it comes to flying I'll pay whatever you want so I can get in that line You've opened it up to way too many people that now it's like a normal TSA line And as more people sign up for TSA pre check guess what You don't add any more TSA pre check points at the security lines So they just get long So stop this nonsense And by the way dummy if you've already paid however much it costs to get the 5 year TSA pre check you don't have to take off your shoes But keep your shoes on idiot Why'd you buy them I shouldn't call people names But here's my point The busiest times at TSA security checkpoints At sea tac 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. So they're saying you got to plan ahead get at least two hours before your flight If your flight is at 10 a.m. and it's busiest for the two hours prior you're going to have to leave even earlier So what you can sit in the airport board to tears draining your battery watching movies or listening to podcasts on your phone And that's only if you can find a seat None of which have working USB ports to plug your phone into So you're just draining that battery which drives me nuts that we can't figure this out

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Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:23 min | 1 d ago

Dinesh is Joined by 'Why Meadow Died' Author Andrew Pollack

"And back with my friend Andrew Pollack, whose daughter meadow was killed in the Parkland shooting 2018, he wrote a beautiful book about it, why meadow died. He's not the chief safety officer at burner technology. Andrew to complete your thought, you're talking about this deputy at Parkland, whose trial is coming up in September. Now fees convicted of a felony, I'm assuming that he won't be able to continue to collect this big fat pension, right? Yep, that's, you know, to get a 110,000 a year for letting the leading 17 people get killed. It's kind of horrible. So I hope I get accountability. My daughter, my daughter would want me to get accountability. And I have to say, governor desantis, I work with him. He's an unbelievable one of the best governors in the country right now. We got to accountability and Broward. If a lot of people don't know this within the first month governor desantis removed that failed sheriff that said he had amazing leadership, sheriff, Israel, he was removed. Since then, grant investigation into the school district, the superintendent was arrested on felony perjury charges to that. He lost his and this Peterson deputy Peterson's trial is coming

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Buck Sexton: People Are Going to Study the Uvalde Police Tactics

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:41 min | 1 d ago

Buck Sexton: People Are Going to Study the Uvalde Police Tactics

"There's nothing wrong with a calm, rational debate about and conversation about the timeline here because it does seem peculiar. Here's what buck said last night on Hannity show. The timeline of what we know right now occurred from a law enforcement perspective response is just unacceptable. It's too long, it's too slow. So I understand they're saying there are additional details that need to come out. But the fact of the matter is just based upon what has already been confirmed, they had an active shooter who was still shooting over the course of that hour of the wait while he was inside and that the prior point was already made that there may have been children who were hit who were bleeding out, speed is absolutely of the essence, and that you could have had as many as around a hundred law enforcement officers on the scene setting up a cordon and preventing parents from going in and then a parent actually manages to get in and save her own children just goes to show you this was a breakdown and people are going to be studying this in the law enforcement community for a long time. I think about just how command and control on the scene, what tactics, techniques and techniques and procedures need to change here. What was the breakdown? How did this occur because nobody would ever look at this study the situation from a pure law enforcement perspective and say, this is the way this is the playbook. This is how we're supposed to respond in this circumstance. I know it's a small town. They don't have a lot of resources, but they had a lot of armed personnel on the scene and one 18 year old with a rifle. Now, I have tremendous respect for buck and he could be completely right. He also could be completely incorrect

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Surfer helps families honor loved ones with 'one last wave'

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 d ago

Surfer helps families honor loved ones with 'one last wave'

"A surfer is helping families honor loved ones with one last wave When Dan Fisher catches a wave along the shores of Newport Rhode Island he pays tribute to his dad who died three years ago by writing his name on his surfboard When I felt deeply connected to him seeing his name on the board I decided to open it up to the world but I didn't have any expectations that it would resonate that it has Fisher created the one last wave project to use the healing power of the ocean to help families coping with loss We're going to put on kinley Sexton's name She was 6 years old when she passed away He then takes the board out and gives these people in spirit one last wave So when I look down and I see the water washing over their names I feel them close to me I feel as if they're out there with me on the board experiencing something that was so meaningful to them Fisher's first two boards are full of names He's working on a third I'm Ed

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Prepare for sticker shock if you are traveling this summer

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Prepare for sticker shock if you are traveling this summer

"Planning a summer vacation you're going to have lots of company Travelers want to get back in the air or in the car and head out to that tourist destination say analysts airlines and hotels are expecting monster crowds this summer as pandemic travel restrictions ease Many experts think the number of travelers will match or even exceed the number who traveled in the good old days The pre-pandemic days But if you're only now booking travel for the summer get ready for sticker shock airfares are up hotel rates are up and gas prices are way up A dollar 56 a gallon more than a year ago and there's this Airlines airports hotels and other travel businesses may not be able to handle all the traffic Some got rid of workers when the pandemic hit and haven't been able to get them back in a tight labor market I'm Rita foley

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Rita Foley discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Rita Foley discussed on AP News Radio

"Planning a summer vacation you're going to have lots of company Travelers want to get back in the air or in the car and head out to that tourist destination say analysts airlines and hotels are expecting monster crowds this summer as pandemic travel restrictions ease Many experts think the number of travelers will match or even exceed the number who traveled in the good old days The pre-pandemic days But if you're only now booking travel for the summer get ready for sticker shock airfares are up hotel rates are up and gas prices are way up A dollar 56 a gallon more than a year ago and there's this Airlines airports hotels and other travel businesses may not be able to handle all the traffic Some got rid of workers when the pandemic hit and haven't been able to get them back in a tight labor market I'm Rita foley

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Key inflation gauge slowed to still-high 6.3% over past year

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Key inflation gauge slowed to still-high 6.3% over past year

"And inflation gauge closely tracked by the Federal Reserve eased slightly last month though it remained just below a four decade high I'm Ben Thomas with a look at the numbers The commerce department's April personal consumption expenditures price index the PCE rose 6.3% from April a year ago and that's less than in March when the year over year increase was 6.6% It's the first slowdown in the price index since November 2020 The report adds to other recent signs that inflation while still high may be moderating at least for now The report also shows consumers spending rosa healthy 9 tenths of a percent from March to April outpacing the month to month inflation rate for a fourth straight time The ongoing willingness of consumers to spend despite inflated prices is helping sustain the economy I'm Ben Thomas

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Justice Is Incredibly Important to Society

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Justice Is Incredibly Important to Society

"Justice is incredibly important for humanity to continue. Aristotle famously said it is injustice that the ordering of society is centered. Justice is to give every man his due. The conservative base has been hungry for justice for years. For good reason because they have seen. James O'Keefe's apartment raided, Rudy Giuliani's apartment rated, the targeting of Michael Flynn, the spying of Donald Trump, and almost not even a slap on the wrist. For the people that have done much worse, but even worse, the people that were responsible for the abuse of power. The finally we're starting to see some momentum towards the conclusion of justice, Aristotle agreed justice can be the messiest of all the virtues, but it is necessary.

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"past year" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"past year" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Own lives. This, however, is a special and short episode. And it's going to detail how I approach new year's resolutions. The truth of the matter is that I no longer really approach them at all even though I did for decades. Why the change? I have found that something I call past year reviews or to be more informed valuable and actionable than half blindly looking forward with broad resolutions for the next year. I did my first after a mentor's young daughter died of cancer on December 31st, roughly ten years ago. I remember the night very, very clearly. I got the news at a party and went to sit down by myself and I sat with a notepad and by myself, did my first pass year review. I've done it every year since. Her passing was a very abrupt surprise. It was a somber reminder that our days here are two precious, also not guaranteed, by the way. There are two precious not to fill them with the people and activities that nourish us most. So that's the goal of doing this review. It doesn't take very long. Completing a past year review takes just 30 to 60 minutes and it looks something like this. Step number one, grab a notepad and create two columns on a piece of paper, positive and negative, just a line right down the middle, positive on one side, negative on the other. Go through your calendar from the last year looking at every week. I do this in I Cal or Google calendar. It's pretty easy to do. So it goes through every week starting in January from the last year. For each week, jot down on the notepad on that piece of paper, any people or activities or commitments that triggered peak positive or negative emotions for that month. Let's just say. It could be for the week, but broadly speaking the month. This is not an exact science here. Put those things in their respective columns. So something that really, really bothered you, say, 9 out of ten bothered or 8 out of ten bothered you put that in the negative. 8 out of ten positive 9 out of ten or ten out of ten positive, put that in the positive. Number four, step number four, once you've gone through the past year, look at your notepad list and ask, what 20% of each column produced the most reliable or powerful piece. So you're doing an 80 20 analysis then of each of these columns that you'll have positive and negative to try to identify what is really producing, disproportionately the most benefits and the most stress or negativity or let's just call it challenging emotions perhaps if you want to put it that way. Then step 5 based on the answers again, the question that we just answered is what 20% of each column produced the most reliable or powerful peaks in step 5 based on the answers take your positive leaders and schedule more of them in the new year. You've got to get them on the calendar now. That's my experience. Book things with friends, prepay for activities, events, commitments that you know work for you. Exercise, whether it's rock climbing, who knows? Get more of it in the calendar committed to. It's not real in my experience until it's scheduled. That's step number one. Step number two is to take your negative leaders and create a not to do list. At the top, so circle those things, put them somewhere that you can see them each morning for the first few weeks of 2022 in this case. Although it certainly could be used for any year. These are the people and things you know make you miserable or unhappy or stressed out. So don't put them on your calendar out of obligation guilt fomo or other nonsense. These are the things to avoid. And that's it. That is it. If you try it, please let me know how it goes. And just a reminder, it's not enough to simply remove the negative. That creates a void. And the void will be filled by all sorts of noise. And other people will decide your schedule for you. So get the positive things on the calendar, ASAP, lest they get crowded out by all the BS all of the other kind of cool but not amazing things that will crop up and otherwise fill your days. So you get to decide your schedule in advance, be proactive or it will be decided for you. If you want to see the instructions in written form for the past year review, just go to Tim dot blog slash that's Tim.

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"past year" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

07:56 min | 10 months ago

"past year" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

"For tuesday august third. I'm jr waylon for the wall street journal. These around certain times for apartment renters the federal eviction moratorium that kept many cash-strapped people in their homes during the pandemic expired over the weekend. And for those who have been able to make their monthly payments they face rent prices have risen more than ten percent in the past year. Many landlords will continue to work with tenants. But there's no law that that's really creating a situation where they have to do things like that coming up. We'll talk with our housing reporter will parker about what's driving rents higher and we'll get an update on efforts to extend the eviction moratorium. That's after the break adapting to change is more important than ever. That's why over forty five percent of the fortune. Five hundred rely on worked at the enterprise. Cloud prepares you for what's next workday. The finance hr and planning system for a changing world. Take a close. Look at your next rent bill. After the apartment rental market was hobbled by the pandemic median. Rents are now more than ten percent higher than a year ago according to the home search website apartment list. so what does that mean for renters. Who are still struggling financially. Are housing reporter will. Parker's been following the rental market end here with an update will. Thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me so. We'll we saw rents declined by in some cases double digit percentages during the pandemic. What's turning that around. So there are a few things that are going in the favor of of landlords right now one is that there have been places for more jobs are being created where younger people are going back to cities to to rent apartments. Especially those who had gone home to live with parents and you have a four sale housing market. That is still on fire around. Most of the country and for people who have higher incomes would usually by a lot of them are having to rent so these are some of the factors that are are really helping to push rents higher right now and we keep hearing that people are moving out of cities in search of more space in suburban areas. Is that still having an effect on the rental business. Yes so during the pandemic especially early on when there was little investment activity in the apartment business. One area that there you did still see. A lot of interest was in suburban areas and the idea that these areas outside of cities were becoming more popular with those leaving urban areas in the pandemic and as well as smaller cities especially places in the south and south west That we're seeing a lot of interest In in apartments there that's still happening. There's a question of how long the trend of of money moving investment moving to buildings and suburbs and and the sunbelt will will keep going but for for now. That's that's certainly one of the major trends now. During the down market some landlords started offering so called sweeteners to potential renters. That's still happening. It's happening less and less Especially in large coastal cities. Where these deal sweeteners. Were the most common so you know it wasn't that long ago earlier this year you were still seeing new york At you know fancy higher in rental buildings things like three months free of rent. What a lot of these large apartment landlords that were offering a lot of these sweeteners have been saying. Recently is that they've been winding down. Those deals as rents start to go back up. Occupancy starts to go back up and they they can start charging rents that are closer to what they were used to charging before the pandemic now the eviction moratorium that was put in place early in the pandemic expired of the weekend. But there's some talk about possibly being extended again. What's the latest on that. So what happened late last week. Is the white house. Said that the cdc which had initially put the eviction moratorium in place no longer had the authority to do it again to extend it again and they cited supreme court ruling on the matter that through the cdc's ability to do that into question Yet democrats in congress who are now being told that it was up to them to to pass the extension. Some of those democrats disagreed with the white house is stance that they could not do it themselves. But ultimately lawmakers and congress were not able to come up with an agreement and time for the eviction moratoriums expiration and so it expire this weekend and the house of representatives is on vacation right now and it's not clear that at the national level there's any kind of extension forthcoming so with the moratorium suspended. What do we expect to see from landlords are they going to restart evictions or maybe start raising rates That really depends. I mean what what the moratorium ending does do for me. Landlords is give them the ability to replace tenants that have not been paying with people who can pay so that will allow their collections to to go up but as far as raising rents. It's kind of a gradual process. So you know what you can get for apartment that's open Might be really high. But in order to get that higher rent for all of your apartments That has to happen with leases expiring. Many landlords have tenants that are paying discounted rent because during the pandemic tenants had a lot of leverage to ask for lower rates buildings. Were getting emptier right Landlords are having trouble keeping more than ninety percent of their apartments full in some cases so so renters were able to negotiate lower rates so landlords are not going to be able to realize these higher rents until some of those people who have these pandemic discounts reached the end of their current lease. A lot of tenants who relied in fiction. Protection to get by are still struggling. Did they have any leverage. Now with the eviction moratorium now expired a lot of tenants who who relied on that to to stay in their homes despite being behind on rent they. They don't have that sort of leverage with their landlord. When it comes to negotiating things like you know perhaps a payment plan or some sort of agreement that would give them more time to pay rent. Many landlords will will still do that and continue to work with tenants. But there's no there's no law that that's really creating a situation where they have to do things like that. So now you know what we may see is an increase in evictions on tenants who have not been able to make their full rent payments now the federal fiction moratoriums gotten much of the spotlight. But what's the status of other renter protections put in place you know by state or local governments. So they're they're really only a handful of states that have their own eviction moratorium now that the federal on is expired california new york illinois has some protections and you've seen a few local governments cities do do their own as well over the weekend. Dekalb county which is part of greater atlanta in georgia did a sixty day extension of the moratorium but for the most part You know those. Those are the exception Most local governments do not have eviction protections that are equivalent to what the cdc had been providing so with the moratorium expired. Let's say ten is evicted but then the moratorium is restored with that. Tenant have any recourse in that case. Yeah it's the moratorium is extended. In the next few days that would put most of the tenants who are behind on rents and who had been protected by the cdc moratorium that would put most of them back in the situation. They were before the expiration It's possible that you do with a week or two weeks. In between there there are people that would fall between the cracks. And you would see momentarily a big increase in evictions before You know an extension however late would kind of put us back and the same situation. We were in up until the end of july aren't that's wsj housing reporter. Will parker will. Thanks for joining us on the show. Thank you met your money briefing. Im jr waylon for the wall street journal..

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"past year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:51 min | 11 months ago

"past year" Discussed on KOMO

"The past year, A lot of people have tuned into the Internet for answers to questions in the early days of the Internet forums like Ask Jeeves and Yahoo! Answers were popular resources. NBC's Mike Dabrowski has more on the end of an era for a resource that was once used by many curious Web surfers. Unlike posting questions to a Facebook group or starting a poll on Twitter, Yahoo answers was almost completely unregulated. Anyone could anonymously post whatever they had on their minds. And some people who posted to Yahoo answers had a lot on their minds. Do you think NASA invented thunderstorms to cover up the sound of space battles? That's Internet culture reporter Ryan Broderick. Other examples of questions that showed up on Yahoo answers ranged from the historical Did dragons live before, during or after dinosaurs to the hopelessly romantic ladies? I bring my guitar almost everywhere to impress women. Does this work? They weren't afraid to get esoteric either. If I eat myself what I become twice as big or turn to the platform for Tech support. How do I turn off caps Lock the comical Q and A's were so pervasive on Yahoo answers that they gave rise to a cottage industry of podcasts and YouTube series that celebrated the most outlandish posts are advice should never be followed as a big part of the show. Travis McElroy is one of the three McElroy brothers. The others are Justin and Griffin. Together. They host a comedy advice podcast called My Brother, My Brother and Me Every episode they spotlight some of the strangest Yahoo answers they can find. And they found a lot. What are some exercises that don't give you yucky, muscular. McElroy says. In the decade, they've been reading questions on the platform. They've noticed. Some tracks a lot of questions about Vaping a lot of questions about ghosts. In a decision that several Twitter users compared to the burning of the library of Alexandria, Yahoo announced that it would be shutting down answers, thus deleting the platforms entire backlog. Yeah, who says the platform has been declining in popularity in recent years? Here's Broderick Yahoo has sort of made a habit of doing this, You know, inventing these things that become part of the way we think of the Internet and then when they don't make money They disappear them. But he says the mark it leaves on Internet culture is unquestionable. We need these quirky things, because that's what makes the Internet a fun place. Yahoo answers. Disappearance also leaves a void for all the people who have made a living off the content posted there. Here's McElroy again. I don't know that we could one for one replace, she says. Ultimately, the real loss is all those curious posters who will now have to go unanswered. There's a part of me that like is sad for what it means for our show, but More than that. I'm sad for the Yahoo answers community. I'm Mike de Bosque. ABC News Come on news time. 7 39 Sports is that Has it been a while since you flip that.

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"past year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"past year" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"So how did your real estate do during the past year? Because, as we know it was a tough year for buyers who faced competition, bidding wars and rising prices. At least they had low mortgage interest rates on their side. Better year for sellers, who typically sold fast and high, the only issue being when they sold, most of them became buyers again. And faced. That's right competition, Bidding wars and rising prices but in terms of real estate are rather amazing year for homeowners whether those homeowners already had a house when the pandemic struck. Or whether they managed to buy a house in the past year. Because in a very difficult time in America and the world Our homes took care of us in many ways. First of all, when the lockdowns happened, our homes became our main line of defense against a very dangerous world. We were safe at home. And even though for many Americans, everyone was home all the time. And things got pretty cramped. Well, at least our homes helped us stay, okay? Also, many of us grew to appreciate our homes more than ever before, it seems no one took their homes for granted. Instead, many people developed a growing sense of happiness, comfort and peace while they stayed home. That led to improving our homes. New colors, new finishes new fixtures and it was an upward spiral, the more.

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"past year" Discussed on RiYL

RiYL

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on RiYL

"I think this motion were all caught up in this Were caught up in this thing where we've turned the thing that we love into thing that we make money some of us if we're lucky Have have turned it into that. An it's sort of like you never want the car to stop because you're afraid that it may not start again. It's a problem so and luckily you know. Like i said there are places where i can go and things i can do like simply turning off music you know like i said working on my motorcycles not listen to anything. is so nice. Sometimes you know. Sometimes it's better. It's better than i think you're right that there's the sort of capitalistic element to it in their professional element. But i also think. There's a degree of when i was in college. I had a friend who was a film major and it was just completely insufferable. Trying to watch movies with them. 'cause like he would just talk about all the shots and i think that there's also just this thing that happens to your brain this thing that you've loved kind of becomes work and you need to reconcile that need to figure out a way to engage with it viscerally again. You're that's totally an am. I oftentimes. I may not do the thing where i'm like breaking down music. When when sitting next to a person will listening to something. Yeah because you're not a film student but at but at the same time there is this thing where i can't it. It's either pay attention to them in the music is driving me crazy. Or it's that. I have no idea what they're saying. A completely embedded in the music. It's really hard to. It's hard to mash anything right now because our brains are so on this. Yeah on the on the on the hustle mode were set to permanently set to hustle. Is that a problem because this is something that like ice. Soom got into doing music professionally. I assume that it was something for a lot of your life has brought you a good deal of joy for me. Listening to music has been kind of mixed bag for me over the past year. Because i have health issues and i went through a pretty bad depression when it gets super pressed on unable to listen to it but it was important when i listen to it again. It was. It was an important thing. I think brought me.

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"past year" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Usual this past year. There's Walgreen's with Mother's Day cards, fragrances and personalized photo gives personalized. She'll love that Chuck Walgreens for gifts. She'll love in an instant. Hey, all their instructor here, you know, a lot of people Ask me what inspired your music, and one of the big things is a strong sense of place. That's why I love my home State of South Carolina and want to share the awesome things that has to offer from the beautiful mountains down to the sunny coast. It's got it all. Not to mention two of my personal favorites. Great Gulf and amazing food. Come see why I love this place visit. Discover South Carolina dot com Hold the answer. Did you know? In the last four years the market went up, 74%. But the economy went down. 50%. How can that be? How do you have a market going up in the economy going down? I thought you had to have a good economy for the stock market to go up. No more. Not with financial engineering. Not what quantitative easing. Not with stock buybacks. Hi. This is Phil Grandi. Think of what these Gangsters have been doing. They've been going out and they've been purchasing Treasuries to get interest rates down to zero. How do they do that? They Print money and they buy these treasures get infiltration on the zero. Then they loaned it to the CEOs of the companies at zero interest, and then they simply by their own shares. Oh, I forgot to tell you that when they put that money, you know those dollars in your pocket go down that. In fact, in the last five months, the dollar value in your pocket it's one of those piece of paper went down 14%. This is nuts. That's why you need to join my gang. Find out more at Phil's gang dot com. Hill's gang dot com. Dreaming now on my heart dot com and the honest Yeah 8 60 am he answer?.

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"past year" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

"Well, thank you so much for doing this interview and thank you for considering us a safe space to share so many real things. I know it means a lot to me and to the people who are part of my community that you are. So honest and and caring about how you talk about the experiences you had but also your books got a lot of people through past year. So thank you for that to gonna make me cry song from laughter to tears. I mean, it's still like I feel like I like I'm still getting used to talking about a lot of this stuff. It's hard. It's hard it's hard and it's scary and you know, like I'm definitely going to have that like moment when I you know, we finish this call and I'm going to be like, what the fuck did I say? Like, did I say too much like, you know month or like, you know, did I say the wrong thing about you know, whatever I went through and I think I just the more I talk about these things like the easier it gets for me to face them and understand them and I just thought Really hope that you know, yeah people listening now that like their stories, you know, like are worth telling too and like, you know, they can you know, and seeing me like stumble my way through trying to explain what I've been through like know that it's it's not easy for anyone and by talking about it and by having people like you guys like amazing people like you guys who will like listen and share your own experiences, like it helps. That's why I got to stick together. Like, you know, we gotta have these these conversations eyes on each other. Yeah, keep eyes on each other, but I think it's also like, you know, I at least felt like I was dead. Only I had experienced things like this and then it's just it's always staggering and like heart-warming and a sad depressing way but like to find that I'm not alone and having dealt with a lot of this shit long..

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"past year" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on No Agenda

"All the way back. There was absolutely fbi. Lawyer doctored evidence. Way back dr. Evidence and wolfe's evidence is everything. Just it's an anthem anthem. Talk will doctored evidence. So let's add the energy markets to our list of stuff we learned in the past year. That is completely messed up. Corrupt and not in our best interest. I'll just run down the list. Because i think we should keep it. Education teachers unions universities. What they're teaching messed up. Politicians all hooked up to.

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"past year" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on No Agenda

"All the way back. There was absolutely fbi. Lawyer doctored evidence. Way back dr. Evidence and wolfe's doctored evidence is everything. Just it's an anthem anthem. Talk will doctored evidence. So let's add the energy markets to our list of stuff we learned in the past year. That is completely messed up. Corrupt and not in our best interest. I'll just run down the list. Because i think we should keep it. Education teachers unions universities. What they're teaching messed up. Politicians all hooked up to.

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"past year" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on No Agenda

"All the way back. There was absolutely fbi. Lawyer doctored evidence. Way back dr evidence and climate all these doctored evidence is everything. Just it's an anthem anthem. Talk will doctored evidence. So let's add the energy markets to our list of stuff we learned in the past year. That is completely messed up. Corrupt and not in our best interest. I'll just run down the list. Because i think we should keep it. Education teachers unions universities. What they're teaching messed up. Politicians all hooked.

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"past year" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show

The Mental Health and Wealth Show

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show

"You have to acknowledge that that can happen. Such an important point. You know as i mentioned the statistics behind it. You just have to look at that carefully. You would not gamble your money if you had those same odds and also mean just think of everything that's happened in the past year. With covert and politics. I mean a lot of these things never even engine entered our imagination and so unfortunately things can happen that we have never even thought of not to scare people but those things happen and so it's best to be prepared so that if and when something were to happen you are protected as much as possible and not dealing with financial issues on top of grief when it comes to ending a relationship and my very last plug the thing that's lovely about the pre-nup process first of all there will be stressful moments. You will get into fights you'll have hypothetical conversations a you do it didn't even know existed but at the end of the day you are headed down the aisle full is.

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"past year" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"With the rain that we had on new year's eve we set records pretty much all over the state rainfall. Yep it was the wettest year on record so my question is <hes>. Even though we don't know what's ahead. What impact will that have in the spring. Mark it <hes>. I don't know that it will be identifiable. And the reason for that being that as the tops of the trees go dormant so to do the root systems. Now that doesn't mean they're totally dormant because <hes>. We we kinda pray for rain in the fall not quite as much as we had because water in the soil freezes at thirty two wonderful. We've known that for years now for us with the tender skin running the body temperature ninety eight six <hes>. Thinking of ground freezing the top few inches or more is <hes>. Quite destructive in our mind however at thirty two degrees when ice forms. It insulates the roots. Now being insulated does maybe keep them a little bit more viable in terms of of respiration. But i i don't think this amount of water. This time of year will impact too much now. If at the point of spring we get into <hes>. The plants trying to grow the saps running in the maple trees and so on <hes>. If we get into a tremendous of rain then when the plant is physiologically functioning. There's no leaves you. You could expect there to be some impact but right now and i have seen water laying in <hes>. Well flat spots well. Not quite flat spots <hes>. If for the last several days now and that indicates that we've had a great plenty certainly some of that will last a lot of it will drain on through as his normal but as soon as it freezes then those routes will be in a block of ice which to the root at thirty two is a blessing because at twenty nine just three degrees less than that when the roots freeze dry because there's no installation from the water freezing and insulating them. You can have major root damage.

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"past year" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"With the rain that we had on new year's eve we set records pretty much all over the state rainfall. Yep it was the wettest year on record so my question is Even though we don't know what's ahead. What impact will that have in the spring. Mark it I don't know that it will be identifiable. And the reason for that being that as the tops of the trees go dormant so to do the root systems. Now that doesn't mean they're totally dormant because We we kinda pray for rain in the fall not quite as much as we had because water in the soil freezes at thirty two wonderful. We've known that for years now for us with the tender skin running the body temperature ninety eight six Thinking of ground freezing the top few inches or more is Quite destructive in our mind however at thirty two degrees when ice forms. It insulates the roots. Now being insulated does maybe keep them a little bit more viable in terms of of respiration. But i i don't think this amount of water. This time of year will impact too much now. If at the point of spring we get into The plants trying to grow the saps running in the maple trees and so on If we get into a tremendous of rain then when the plant is physiologically functioning. There's no leaves you. You could expect there to be some impact but right now and i have seen water laying in Well flat spots well. Not quite flat spots If for the last several days now and that indicates that we've had a great plenty certainly some of that will last a lot of it will drain on through as his normal but as soon as it freezes then those routes will be in a block of ice which to the root at thirty two is a blessing because at twenty nine just three degrees less than that when the roots freeze dry because there's no installation from the water freezing and insulating them. You can have major root damage..

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"past year" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"past year" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"What do you do now? You take a lead from acquisitions business and you refer it. To the retail team because of their motivation and the requisition, why can't it go the other way? Right? Particularly, the larger portion of those people are going to call an agent, but they still want to to discount they just like the assumed credibility that comes along with listening when I'm going to sell it for one hundred, right If. That's the number I'm okay with it I know a in house needs some work and I want to sell quickly. So might have to be flexible in price if an agent tells me, that's what it's worth. It's more believable than than of Steve. Training or brewer tells me because you're an investor and your job is the by my house Jeanette. Well, I liked what you said earlier was that. Some of the problems you have where they need to talk to their son or their daughter. Because that. Is Not a regulated non-conventional it's non-conforming right. It's all. Works see he works at remax right? It's gotTA BE LEGIT DEAL AND I think there's a portion of that. That's that's legitimate. Right? That's a legitimate concern of a potential seller and I get it. So we can either fight about it. Right we can slug it out with agents and continue to fight but I told you what happened right. So we we're we're big on analytics authentic gives us a report and we were at like thirty percent of off market transactions over the course of one quarter and as I was talking to to crises dude, like that's a big number like you'd have thirty. I'm like, okay. So what are you trying to tell me? He's like. Don't plan on always being that. Yeah. That kinda sucks race on like. So I got thirty percent of of three hundred deals. Right and a quarter. But then he shows me this other batch of deals and I'm like. Well, what's this? What's what's this big number over here? Like who's got this market triggers Oh those are deals that sold at a discount on the MLS. So I'm like Whoa. Okay. Well, how many of those will twelve hundred? So on one quarter and our six counties, seven counties, I apologize it's one of the two I promise you. But. There was twelve hundred transactions. On the retail side at a discount now, maybe it wasn't you know a deep discount, but it was a discount by whatever measurement they use of their motivated. Yeah. And literally that person got six percent less in their pocket than they would've if they sold to me. So I said, well, there's twelve hundred transactions and I got just ten percent. Of that market share, it's equal to thirty percent of the smaller piece of Pie that I'm fighting for with every investor in the. World. Yeah So to me, that's that we developed a tool I presented at CG..

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"past year" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

13:59 min | 2 years ago

"past year" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"I assume so. But it's good bro. Yeah when you come out to Disneyland you can tell me We'll let you so much fun Okay I have one more. This one again is something that I think. I've probably said known for a while but again I think moving doing for us. It's just exposed to so many things that I had taken for granted or Like not really realized and so I have found myself for so. We've I've moved a few times in life I graduated high. School moved away to college. So five hours away And then was there. We were twelve years there before coming down your way to Atlanta when we were there for nine Each time I don't remember like wanting where I lived to feel like home. I I don't remember that being thing but I know leaving each of those places. They all felt like home And so but coming in here for whatever reason moving now man I find myself feick really wanting this to feel like home and And wanting to settle quickly and get established in it it feels like where we live and some days it feels like them I think the importance of community and friendship. cannot be overstated and I think for me man. That's what that's kind of. What makes Max home feel at home are the relationships yes the people around you and that's really hardened industry I know and There's been tons of people written you know who've wrote about that and Have have talked about that. I don't know if we've ever talked about that but man. It's just really important that you find community and friends that you can do life with Laugh together with and and it takes time to do that when you're aren't someplace new I'm realizing and recognizing The man it's important and it's important just in lifelong along ministry but I think especially in terms of what we talk about and longevity manifesto if you don't have friends And and so what's been interesting in difficult is like I have really really good friends. Who are still in Georgia right Who I love deeply and served alongside there for a long time and so it's weird sometimes to talk about not ministry in that context? 'cause they're still in the old context aware of that and so that's made a little little challenging My kids on the other hand have have made France so well until quickly and have really Man have adjusted so quickly quickly and so well which everyone told me it would happen. I don't know why we have such a hard time making friends as we get older But but we do but I think community in friendship man huge huge. What are you doing to try to to try to make friends or to try to experience that? Yeah so you would people are you There's just things we are joined a small group right away for one just to get in community with folks Our Church has a small group model. That makes me off the weekends and so in home so we we joined a small group right away which has been huge for us For shared it's been so good in more ways than I could ever tell you. That wasn't something that I really had had an opportunity to do. Interestingly getting lean enough in my previous context because we always had more of a Sunday morning Sunday school model in I was always teaching her leading. One Yeah And so this is this. It's been good for us to do that. So that's part of it I think just being intentional to have people into our home or invite people out if we're going to do you something Kind of stepping out of our comfort zone a bit taking a little bit of a what feels like a risk which not in just engaging in conversation with folks honestly even going back to the Volkswagen thing. We've met some folks through that that aren't at all engaged. Gauged related to the Church or ministry. Just share this commonality of Volkswagen and And some folks with church too so I think all that all. That's it's been really really really good but Guy And I hope we continue that better and better and I think it comes comes over time to administer it can be a really lonely place and I realized a long time ago that I can sit and talk about how lonely it isn't ministry or academic go make friends and so I agree with that big Tom as far as the It's easy to sit around around him. Open go nobody's inviting me to lunch or nobody's inviting us out to eat but you gotta be the one time you're going to be the one the two begat they're getting it done. You know I mean it helps for you to initiate some of that for sure I've got one more you done is that you're all right so This one I think we can talk about for a minute This is something that as I as I was reflecting on what I've learned this past year here I feel like there's a might be too strong to say this way but I don't house. There's a storm coming I believe. And here's what I mean What's coming when it comes to? The teenagers will challenge US all in Youth Ministry to greatly rethink how we do youth ministry sorry And specifically what I would say I feel like there's a little bit information in two thousand eighteen on this but I feel like in twenty nineteen is whenever we really really started to get a whole lot more research coming out a whole more thinking related to this but all of the regions e type studies really came to light and twenty nineteen and as a result of that. I think what we're seeing is things are are. We're at the beginning stages of what's going to have to be a new experience variance And I don't I don't know what that is Jodi but I can tell you that I I genuinely believe that we in the next few years are going to in in youth ministry. We're going to have to seriously. You think through how we're doing it in order to be effective not that we can't keep doing things we probably can. Just keep doing things the way we're doing them. Men keeps surviving and be okay But I think if we are going to really reach reached teenagers and experience and help them to experience major life change and help them to genuinely be Christ followers. I think there's something going to have to be different again. I don't have the answer to that. I don't know what that is except to say that I know that in our student ministry. We're we're we're going to start asking that question We're going to start digging into. What have we been doing for the last ten twenty years but one needs to change and again? This is not anti youth ministry in any way but I think the because there's but there was a day when are when the model was good but the current model. And I know that's a big broad stroke when I say that the current model because the way you do youth ministries mysteries different load away either youth ministry across the Board and people that are listening but the generalities. I just think that there's going to have to be more though. Gabriel I think think we can still throw a pizza party and get kids to come but is that going to be enough. Yeah Because I feel you like that. There's going to be more and more of a disconnect with teenagers in the church or teenagers in walkaway. Jesus if we're not fair some of this stuff out. I think a lot of it's going to have to be a discipleship Russia. Type A rethinking of discipleship means rethinking of how we help kids experienced that. But I really WANNA less learn this past year is just what's coming and That that we're GONNA have to. We're going to have to address some of these issues for sure I think the I agree I think the challenge is going to be that as a student pastor you see that coming But you you have to have some really strong by above you to to make those significant shifts and since you're going to have to have really strong leadership from your senior pastor senior leadership In most context to be able to to do that I think how we navigate. That will be interesting. And I don't I don't know the answer either either but I do think And you're hearing more and more of that. I think in student ministry as we're seeing and I think the big question that we probably have to reevaluate is how do we define success. Because I think for the last fifty years of student ministry in Church Life. It's it's been a numbers game Sure and you know I think numbers are important. I think I think they should be measured for sure. And I think you should keep track of that but I don't think that is the be all tells every story of every picture and I don't think that we should use. I think you have to be really careful. When you're communicating is a side note is free When you stand up to communicate the success of an event that you've done or Something that you don state ministry if the only thing you're talking about his numbers what you're communicating to people is that numbers are what makes that successful. And so I think you need to be careful how you define success but but I I do think It's GonNa look different in the future. I agree when in terms of of how how we define success in what we're doing in student ministry and I don't know that anybody really has the answer right now But I do think that there's there's A. There's a strong shift. That's going to come at some point or we're GONNA. I don't think anybody has the answer necessarily right now. Either Jodi but what what what I will tell you. Is that Much like in the nineties. When are all of a sudden the youth groups in town that started doing doing Wednesday night started experiencing major impact with teenagers because they started doing things different than they had always done them? The churches in the early nineties that started hiring full-time youth pastors Again led to more impact and I just think that and this madness learned this past year. I think it changes coming and I think it's going to be important for all of us to be willing to go what's is happening one. What do we need may be doing differently? Are we being are we are we. Are we successful and if for not right now not just in the how many people are coming but in a sense of is there life change taking place. Yeah what might we do. I think it will start with us being willing to ask the question and sincerely seek the Lord and Paret and think through. What's got wanting me to do because what what I think is going to happen is there will be a new? I don't think you've ministries dead. I think what's going to happen is there's going to be a new wave that hits of something different and I'm not talking about buying buying into the fad of what's happening but a willingness to go I'm going to look at who we are and how we can impact teenagers But that's going to require you to be an expert and that's going to require you to Lead when you're not in charge and help your pastor to understand those things and be strategic and impactful and bring your people along and it's just going to require a lot but I think it's coming I'm telling you man man that's good. No I agree. Richer Ross. wrote an article recently. Do you read that article. That came out. If you'll send me the link uptick in the show for folks trust if I could. Just he's been saying this for a while when he was on our show he was talking about that. Yeah he wrote an article recently man. That was what was a guy like shoe. I mean it was It was pretty pretty pretty good. So let's see here is time for radical reevaluation of Youth Ministry came.

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"past year" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

12:05 min | 2 years ago

"past year" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"Driving traffic. I mean you can prepare for something like that. I don't know yes. You love a horn. So I'm that was the deciding factor Kia over yup better horn marker Yep All right well. Here's another one I wrote down so to Change Wilk. You're not both have a lot change happening a lot but this is this is this is the lesson I learned this year after after being in the same place. For fifteen years and experiencing longevity change will come and it's going to require a lot of patients so so this was the year for me where about a year ago right before the holidays so this would have been at the end of twenty. Eighteen was whenever found out my pastor. Who had been here for thirty? Eight years was moving on and that we would have a new pastor but it also our student pastor left and I would take the reins in an interim capacity and so for the last year I've been doing. I've been learning how to work with a new pastor and been leading our student the ministry and a recently been given the Gig fulltime the interim tag is not there anymore And at and I say that'll latest say that I was reminded that even in the midst of me embracing longevity and striving for longevity that they're still going to be changed at some point And I just I. I don't know that I was prepared for it. It came real so fast. We've handled it pretty well. Think but But it was changed like it will come and say that to say maybe I think the lesson there air is to It's going to have all always in the back of a little bit of a preparation in your mind going. Hey this might change at some point. Nothing's permanent we're. We're all replaceable That's not a negative thing for me. That's a that's fine because this is all all. The changes have been a love pastor sheesh so great and and I love getting to lead our entire student ministry so I'm not focusing just on middle school anymore but it's It's been good so so but change will come. How easy would it have been to find reasons? In the midst of all that to leave it would have been. I think it would have been pretty easy at times just to go because there was a lot of patience required. Because when you're when you're when you have a new pastor come in which is what we had he he's not able to make immediate decisions about longterm personnel and so the thought of so I had to stay in a temporary potentially temporary status as the interim terim student pastor all during his first really six eight months of being here which is which was appropriate. It was hard at times because because I was ready to know yeah and the but so it required a lot of patients so in the midst of all that yeah it would have been easy just to kind of go. You know what. Maybe it's time to move on Because we risked would not that we had a ton of choice but the scary part for us was well. Well what if he doesn't feel like I'm the Guy Right you know and yeah that would have been hard pill to swallow for sure but the but I'm glad we stayed with it. You know and stay focused on it. Yeah that's good okay. My the next one is And this is something we talk about a lot. And I think I've known I think I've been reminded of. Maybe that's better. Is that count as lessons learned. Learn if you're being reminded of Just leading with a plan and a vision is really important being intentional. Even like you're saying at the top of the episode with why you're not doing anything over break or why you're gonNA can take a break from impossible shot even though it's been really good did you know it's like there's intention behind that I think one of the dangers of longevity is that you kind of can easily get into a pattern of doing thing things and not really take time to evaluate what you're doing or where you're going particularly and speaking more specifically longevity in a in a spot in a location and so Coming in new has really has really challenged me in that in in the sense of having to we'll even in your role I know we've talked about like what you just shared like stepping into a even a new role with little bit of a broader perspective of things Cosco forced me to evaluate What we're doing every almost every aspect in what's working what's not? How do we get to where you know? What do we want to do in the future? What does look like And then how do we communicate that out and so kind of starting that big picture and then thinking all the way down to and how do we communicate this. How do we do we need? How much budget gets allocated to this? I must time or who's going to do that if I'm not the best person who is the best person I think like you said it. You nailed it earlier when you said sometimes we just do things because we do things right. yeah yeah and I think student ministries church General Life were all guilty of this man's ministry can and it's hard to kill good things right because everybody even though no one's coming they all love the idea of it and so there's some things that you have that you've done that are kind of like I don't know tradition or it's just it's just you do this every year but like you said you're seeing attendance drop overtime or no one. People aren't as engaged excited about And and so being mindful of how how you go about kind of editing a bit and changing Corson or adding new things. I think it's really really important and I see a lot of pastures and I've been guilty of that at times not doing that I think I think got that. Have that have that affects your effectiveness that affects certainly your longevity affects Your volunteers it affects affects your students that affects the parents and families So you really need to have a good plan. Know where you're going with some purpose on things I think that's important to you. Know a lesson in their folks. If you're listening is in you probably have heard this phrase but change in order to maintain the right to change If you're if you if you never take the time to evaluate and rethink and tweak tweak before you know it you're going to have folks just really set in their ways To where change is not going to be easy. So if you continually evaluate you'll create a cult or a culture that's willing to devaluate and that will ultimately help you whenever it does come time to change something and big. That's been around for a while so I just I just finished. I don't know if you've read it. It's the right of a lifetime by Robert Agar the Disney fifteen lessons learned from the ride of a lifetime. Is that what. It's called the right of a laptop. I didn't know it was Colorado Lot. No I totally red eye. I devoured that book loved loved. That Book Mimi. Yeah Yeah me too. And he talks a lot. What about making changes in that? Let's get him on here. Yeah let's get you got. You got some Paul Ryan. Oh Yeah Right No. Yeah Ah that's he but he talks a lot about that you know and and being willing to take chances and You know making the right decisions at the right time and leading people really well. It was good. That's good as we also talks about how he bought Star Wars and Pixar Marvel and big czar and his relationship with Steve Jobs. How that fascinating fascinating book eleven? Yep Yep Yep. He's pretty pretty honest about some things too. I was like Oh okay go call them out. Yep Day was very brutally awesome times Okay so I've got another one ready. Having a kid in college is nuts. And that's it. I'm excited for that man. We're like aspe- that it's all it's good and Dylan is awesome awesome. He's he's on episode while Bax matter of fact when he graduated high school. We've put him on here and it impacts so much in our house in a lot a lot of good ways but in some ways in honestly I don't know that any of its negative per se say but it's definitely impactful because there's just so much related to him in his new life in his new schedule Joel and the happens to be staying at home going to college at Kennesaw state which is a huge school. Who here in Atlanta and Some super proud. He's doing a great job with all that but but it changes everything mad family the way it impacts but like even the way. We traveled over the Christmas break with other family. Like he's we had to think through those things and the way we did vacation we went to Disney over Christmas break. And it's just different. This is different and even the topic conversations. I'm having with him so But it was a lesson a lesson and we're still trying to figure it out as far as but I will say I think having a strong foundation with him has helped make it a whole lot a better because he's not just trying to be done with everything we're about race. I like moving on so it's good. Yeah but change So side you guys went to Disney over break us all that red stars time. The New Star Wars ride is incredible. We got up at four thirty that morning bro. You won't get paid for thirty. Believe me when I tell you that the star wars ride is a lot better than alive. That's not hard It's not hard But When they we really really do need to tackle the lock in discussion because anyway okay But no yeah it was amazing. Yeah it's really good. It's like I'm awesome for anybody. It's it's unlike any other theme park ride you've ever read. It's so immersive it's like five rides and one they talk a little bit about it on Is it imagineering on Disney. Plus are they doing it and Disneyland or they open do they have. The same. Ride in. Disneyland isn't.

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"past year" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

12:39 min | 2 years ago

"past year" Discussed on Youth Ministry for the Longer Haul Podcast

"You have to pay attention to your crowd. Yeah and for us because so many people travel and that's not to leave this gets out that are stuck behind with nothing to do but well and that's what I was GONNA ask. What when you think about you know I? I think there's a tendency students in general to say like Oh. We can't have a ton of kids it's not worth doing and I know that I know you well enough to know. That's it's not what you're saying but what about in a context where maybe you've got a smaller amount but that are pretty dedicated core group is. Do you think it's worth doing something. Is that like A. Maybe we do a leadership thing if we got folks around her we just do something smaller. I think the key for me would be what I would say. The keys is that you make sure you're careful to figure out It I mean if you're in a place where you're going to have people around. You should do something I mean if you can leverage that but if you don't have enough people to leverage and at and I don't know what the number of the magic number is there but I'm just saying sometimes the student ministry we do we do stuff just because we just do stuff like sometimes we just do it to do it. Oh well there's break we should do some okay you now I'm just saying maybe be a little more intentional with that and For us it was just a matter of. It's just a matter of saying. Hey look and then even as a team even for me just being able to take a break over the holidays and enjoy. The holidays is healthy for us. So yeah so how many moments that's how many moments over break have you sat and thought man. We should do a New Year's Eve Lockin nope not. That's one time I can tell you horror stories about New Year's Eve Lock Insz. Yeah Yeah Yeah they never go well. Hey everybody welcome By the way welcomed That's jody right there. I'm Chris where the longer haul youth ministry podcast and we appreciate Joel Listening. And we're sort of kicking off the new year. Here and Jodi is a youth pastor out in California. I'm a youth pastor here in Georgia Georgia and we love getting to do youth ministry. We love our teenagers. That's our main goal and you know every week he and I both her actual youth pastors that are doing Youth Ministry on a regular basis. So we love this opportunity to get interview folks from time to time but this year This year we're hoping to continue to do that. But it's a lot of fun so we thanks for listening indeed and what's up new people if your check cut out for the first time. Welcome glad you're here. Yeah Yeah that'd be fun. I think we've got so we were talking topic wise. Okay we get some sponsors stuff but trying to think through okay okay. We do end of year beginning of year. we've talked about goals in the past and setting goals. We've talked about whatever so we're GONNA do today. We're GONNA talk about lessons we've learned in the last year I think this is really helpful and So they'll probably be hopefully some practical things for you to take down and take note of if we'll put the link to the show we always do But I think this'll be getting out here. Here's the here's the catch. Here's what I was thinking. I think we we're going to list these things and then at the end of the year I wanNA revisit and see if we have have if we're learning the same things again. We're if we if we if we actually like took these things to heart so be before we get into that though we want to thank some the sponsors we love the folks over at wind through sixty so grateful for their ministry and their partnership and helping us make this thing happen If you're looking for curriculum or camps or man just about anything that you would need by way of of Student Ministry. Those guys are are are a great place to stop and look for sure. They top top notch guys who also do student ministry on a consistent basis. They're not just selling he stuff to do it. They're they're doing student. Mystery Day in and day out as well and pretty soon so incredible resources you can use the Promo Code longer haul and save twenty percent on just about everything. That's real good stuff man. I appreciate those guys a ton PHOCEA. Yeah indeed all right. Should we jump in here. Yeah lessons learned this past year man. Monir no particular order. How about yours yours any particular? No of course. Not what you give me one what you get. Tell me something you learned this year Jodi So I'm going to cheat a little not not exactly uneven. We just starting the list a year to the day Okay here's my my biggest lesson really is moving across. The country is really hard the at that real that would seem obvious and And it and it was obvious that it was going to be hard. But I think I think the reality of how difficult that was probably Is still setting in you know. And I'm grateful. Oh man it was good and our church year cared for us well during that whole process of moving in her family's done well but you know it's not just starting over It's literally in every area in every way you're starting over and and so there's so many things and I remember there's there's a point man probably like two months in that Sarah and I were sitting in man. I'm just tired of making really important. Life altering adulting type decisions on it be. He settled and present Well they're really says something about the importance of the long this idea though that we Promote here on the longer haul which is we want you to experience longevity both in your current position and long-term as a career we're potentially if if you feel God calling you to that but it's interesting what you're saying it man moving hard mood across the country even harder her so it makes sense to me. It almost supports this idea that stay put for a while really makes sense because may can you imagine what you've been and through this last year doing that every three years. Oh Gosh no well and I don't think I'd be effective at all And I think I even just from thinking through we were able to. I think we were able to do it as well as we have. And it hasn't been perfect but it's it's it's been I mean it's really been pretty good pretty easy for us. Aw Man I mean you guys have embraced it. And it's been a bit of an adventure for you sets but I don't think we could have done it had we not had had such a foundation Under us of longevity at least as walls we've done and I certainly don't think we could the there's a lot of equity that you spend a lot of chips you spend with your family to to make that move and everybody was bought in but it it takes a toll right that move takes a toll on everybody. Yeah Yeah and I think if I had to turn that again a few years Drastic move again like that. I think over time that's that would destroy. You are family. I don't know how many times you whether that maybe that's just my family. Maybe that's just my family but I I feel like I mean you know. My my kids are pretty free solid when it comes to understanding what's going on and we were really up front with them and our older which does make a difference. I know it's probably easier when your kids are younger but and there's a lot of things that come come with that and I think you know kind of a long a long now. Yeah I have another. That probably came out of that. But maybe I'll save Because I do think it's really important in it. I didn't think about it until the other day I saw post of someone in one of the Youth Youth Ministry groups And it really caused me to stop and think about man. Okay where AM I. What kind of questions that? And we're kind of questions you wrestle with and a AH over longevity you know and so I think but yeah moving hard yeah good good. What about you Here's a lesson this year We'll we'll Who Do something a little bit more trivial but directly impact at our student ministry and a crazy way The impossible shot is good. The impossible shot is real. Good so you don't know what the impossible shot is. You can push Paul down looking up Long Story Short. It's this idea that if a guest comes or if you bring a guest that kid can take a shot at the impossible shot. It's a target they use a NERF bow and Arrow and it's not so much about this specifically the impossible shop shop. I'd say maybe there was something about that. We hadn't done anything new like that in a while into something about the newness of that that really caught on in and our kids got super psyched about man I mean they were so pumped and we had so. Many guests come on Wednesday nights as a result of that and it which is really good nap. You want the resource. Just go on to like the Download Youth Ministry facebook group. There's an and just search impossible shot there's tons of examples of that thing Of how to do everything But I just love it man like it's so good so good now we'll tell you that it. It has probably going to push pause on it soon because it's starting to not be as exciting because I think it's kind of run. Its course a little bit. So we're thinking about killing it for a little bit But the impossible shot made if they make it they get one hundred dollar gift card. Nobody's made it like one kid on his because it's possible. One kid made it on his practice. Shot in a practice. Shot doesn't count but says it was the first time anybody had ever made it. We gave the kid a fifty eighty dollars card But it it just good. It's just good and so less. Learn this past year though. was you know in that was that you know it's important Especially when you have been somewhere for a really really long time it's important to keep things fresh. It's important to take time or once in a while. Do something new learn from other people's ideas and that's what we did Everybody was talking about it on the different youth ministry facebook groups and I saw the idea and so we we stole it. You know like everybody else that so good. That's good that's fine and we. You know we did that. We didn't whole episode. Don't Games during Games and we talk a lot about that. Yeah I think so as well and then it was. It was huge. It really I mean just had a huge impact is crazy. How many guests we had? That's cool as a result it was good. Yeah I'll put a link back to the Games Episode for that. Just in case. You're you're not sure or you're just trying to figure out some things because that was a good episode for sure Okay so this one is the one I was going to lose it. Just kind of piggybacks off the F- The first one And I would I really would love to hear your thoughts on this Yeah So this is a question I think. We wrestled with prior to moving So maybe I should have started with this one. If we've gone in chronological order but we don't go in order Can't do anymore is different than shouldn't do it anymore And so when we were trying to figure out okay we we knew something new was in front of us. We just didn't know what that looked like in the question swirling is okay. Is this still student ministry. We felt pretty confident infinite. Yes that's where heart was that's where But there are a Lotta days late at night. A lot of Wednesday's right where you come home and you go man. I just can't do this anymore born and I think when when you say you can't do it anymore. That's that's a much different questions and shouldn't do anymore and so like we were joking about lock in.

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