24 Burst results for "Patrick Kelly"
Bar employee assaulted by man who refused to wear face mask in Houston
"Houston police arrest the man they believe hit a bar employee in the head with a glass Monday night, Joshua von tells our TV partner, Channel two. He has 32 year old Patrick Kelly five times to put on a face mask before being attacked. I I went went to to go go tell tell him him that that we we were were gonna gonna have have to to ask ask him him to to leave. leave. If If he he can't can't keep keep his his mask mask on on on. on. He He came came out out of of the the bathroom bathroom and and right right in in the the middle middle of of that that sentence. sentence. He He just went out, saying anything just came and special smasher with glass and ran up, ran out the front door. Kelly is charged with assault in bodily injury. Vaughn had to get 10
"patrick kelly" Discussed on JROD POD
"All right all right. I think we're good at the sound. Waves are looking nice. let's go nation spiky ra. Well welcome back to another exciting episode. Jay rob pod. My fellow jira party and today we're very special guest and someone that's a recurring guest on. Jiro power which is very rare. Because we don't have many people on the ipad. But get for. Mr patrick kelly kelly Mr dick sniffer. What's up john. Good to see you buddy. Yeah man i felt you know it's weird when you came in fell. Just the district disrespect exuberant from you. You know there. I could feel it in. Your sneaky is men. they know what i'm talking about. Everyone that listens. They know who you are. What's your what's your twitter name so they can look you up through that much but i don't even know what mature handle is honestly no one. No one cares nobody. Nobody's gonna follow me. No one likes you anyway exactly so you know last time. You're on the podcast. Mr jordan march was here. My buddy If you actually look them up stock and if you don't was at either yeah what's his address by. Yeah man i mean you were talking about golf last night right. So how's golf going. Mr golfer little golf and a little bit more like off time right now so i really do. You like mini golfing or golfing more definitely like golfing more to work at a glow in the dark mini and you couldn't even get me in for free wants can give me in for free. Oh that was probably once. He put cameras. Yeah is that what i say. Yeah yeah dude and you know what bro. They can have the nerve to call me like hundreds like a few days ago. I swear my life. They called me a few days ago. Guys they called and dude. These mother fuckers they said to me they're like So we know that you left putting added without having like a leaving on a bed no or whatever because a lot of our employees left on bed known just because these management such a fucker. And that's why at jared pa we say fuck man and yeah and so. They called me and asked me. Would you like to work again on. Like and so i know that like most of those people that are up at management our family. And so. I'm hoping that this was a family member. And so she and i'm like i no i would have you know. Even that wouldn't have gone back or anything but i was like i would have gone back if you guys. If you guys still had the same manager you had before. But she quit because they were treating she was like they treat her like shit you know when they put the cameras ended just everyone offers like and so and so yeah basically i was just like yeah but i know that jerry the manager who's like the guy who brought in his family. I was like yeah guys. Just a jerk freaking jerk and i really just like you know sliced in but dude it was fucking do. That reminds me of when i used to work at bushes. Oh yeah like. It was kinda for like two years. 'cause like a manager was so chill. Don't ever compare working at partying edge toward net. I'm just saying don't ever do it again. I'm saying it's fucked the man because it was dope dope and then the main came in. I mean that's like the real men that's like yeah bush's i feel like they're big corporation. No no yeah for sure so yeah sticking to the man hours but yeah go ahead. You're you're but like it's just dope when you have a good job to work so and then when it gets like that level we had managed to way too was a fun. i mean. it wasn't bad breaks whenever you want as like bagging groceries. Sounds so fun no. It wasn't the worst because like the pay was good but it was only good for like a year and then after that like uber serious pushcarts and like the snow pants in the summer. When it was like one hundred zero they made you wear pants. Oh yeah your pants. Every day. it was horrible. I guess they made me wear pants. Actually never mind. Was the word as part of the work advocate. And you just gotta like the worst is when like you'd to change the recyclable bin on returns and it was like this big has box like this big like four glass or not full glass empty glass bottles and you'd have to put on this path and move all the way to the other side of this building. It was like a thirty minute thing. Oh and you in-between when this gross like dumpster mini dump like return probably smells like shea. You probably everyone funk taking up the whole aisle and it just smells like shit like they have to associate you with. I'm sorry like i swear. My life man. Jared pod here. Jr pod we have talked about associating people with smells. Exactly what you're talking about dude and we hate that shit. Yeah so faulk. Like yeah. I know man i mean we got no. Yeah you had to put your head down walker. Shame for anybody in the is do i mean what. What do you think's worse that or What's a really like just demeaning job like trashman's no no no no man those people i would. I would say like people. Who are you talking about like you said i. No no no well. Yeah yeah people. I would say people that are trying to get like you know. They're very you know just like conniving trying to get into some dow job with like a lab like a secret lab or something you know they got to take the remains of like cutoff. Humans to like waste chemical waste or something. I would say that those people are. Oh that's yeah. I didn't even think those. Oh yeah did faulk down. I wasn't thinking back nor respect for them. Yeah did but i mean so. Let's talk a little bit about pga. That means professional golf association of. That's right so i want to talk about it man. Let me inform me. So i heard that tiger woods isn't the best anymore go now so he was obviously go forever and then he got her and then he came back he didn't win for a long time and then he just won the masters. Not the message this weekend last year and it was like the greatest comeback like. Yeah like damn bro. He beat tiger no-no tiger woods won the masters last year. Do you not do it this year. No yeah he beat tiger this year and i kind of hurt. And he's getting a little old so like pope played good. He's been playing good so he'll he'll definitely win some more. But it's just so hard when you got like all these like to four twenty five year olds that are just superior athletes. Yeah you know what i mean like. Do you think if you if you were to play with them. What would you like on a hole that you're used to like and then they come to you know. Yeah like what would be the difference in score..
"patrick kelly" Discussed on JROD POD
"Here we. Go Jay Rob Pie go back. Secure Too Long. With the. Get. All right we took we took a few minutes a few minute break. While doing that ad or just to play the AD. In drink a few beers. Okay. So we're feeling. tipsy turvy. What we're here for yeah. That's the only way I can guess on here. This is a great host Watkins and I do you guys like Okay Open? Love it here. I, I'm like, do you want a necklace man and? Would you guys prefer cats dogs because my cats meowing earlier and? A little on both I like dogs all the way I want to be dogs but I need. You know what I mean I need to have that phase in my life for mcadoo when are you going to be that guy? That's a cat person well, I'm not going to be a cat person I'm. Pretty a very. Of the? Be. Don't. Don't do that. I mean, I have a cat like I love cats I am I am that I know I just don't get it like I both dogs so much more lovable like my cat meows I guess you, why are you so butthurt about the cat like having the kids an acquaintance me? To catch meows. Had is a roommate. Wants. These pre pem I get lot unlike you is the drinks out of my not my single brother Zinc every morning. Like when I was state your crib like I had all the animals squatted like every time I go to my sink in the morning put in context he like meows five times hops on the counter and then waits until you turn on the sink and they searched drinking on it sank. Well, it's height. Don't you given watering his bowl? No. Yeah. It's just for some reason every morning they tell girl no, he does have water goal some. Water once and his boy. Dehydrated. Kidding. Stick of this. Right yeah, diskettes has got. He's got bodies. So witnessed a couple of duties. That's why I think today's birds that are like twice the size of it. I've seen it twice. I've seen it happen twice. Okay. So you raised the jess killer and that's what I'll end has. It has no claws and it kills like full-size rabbits. I don't know how that is. He just goes he comes back in at night savage. All literally unbelievable. He he's in and out. Lives as only my hopes raised like a rabbit in the house every once in a while, my would like freak out you need to you need to take them to a scared straight some bullshit. He's He's literally he's the most he's the only such thing do. Hoses the. Avenue. House mom he hunts it. Literally, comes back and he's That's our I want I want that phase. Could make an animal cat to bring. A dead bird all the time no I don't want to. But that's just what it does. Yes he I I. Wish I in a way. You're right I. Do wish I did have a cat was athletic. Just like a stone cold killer that he. Like illich walks around like in the. In the tall grass, blake hunter bags, the same color like tigers like its own green. Orange and white. That's what I'm saying that's pretty. and. He's like dead picture. Could probably find. Let me see that should have do love Katzman. Its Height. When? My one of my classes the first day of class before this whole quarantine bullshit When we had, we had like introduce ourselves and shit because the smugglers and I was like. A. My Name's Catman but you can call me Johnny. Forego beds money but that would be so weird as Chevy. Funniest how let's say, let's say you drop that like what your senior year you drop that Niclas with like thirty people I think that'd be hilarious nine people at. This point in your life, you're like, fucking who cares. And this? Is The teachers younger than me your had. Like Dude, I could have done that I mean I didn't think about that at the time but like. Like I just went so. I just went straight to self criticize myself. My mom says that isn't that fucking weird did. Yeah. Pash. Might try this. I don't know what I would do if he started crying I'm not. Action, I'll tell you what would happen. I would hug you probably I'm here few. What's GonNa Hunt Man? Throw this you'd have to you'd have to be it would be great at it. Away it's a live feed. Oh, it'd be perfect. Oh, how we got some stone cold sounds great. Elliot's guys those my fridge. Pretty wretched. I don't know. The truth is the job done for sure. Thing is. I feel like it could be colder for all that noise it's making should be making a little bit colder I. Feel I feel you know like how annoying is that? Right? You're going to be allowed in the Trash. Kill. Yourself. Fridge Tan. Actually made me more. Your mom works for Delta Yeah Dude Mine To. How Long Is Yours? She's like twenty, three plus years. He's been working since I've been born I think she started working a. Maybe, five, maybe ten years before I was born I'm twenty two years old. What does she do normally domestic or international international the way because that's the way to make money yeah. Yeah She gets she gets paid when she amsterdam, she used to go to China that's cash take. All the time because it's like you go there she works I. Don't know what is it eight hours she gets a four hour Blake's twelve hour flight. Four. Hours Asleep and she works eight hours and then she's worked there song she's like purser she's the head person who tells everybody dealership yeah. So she took contest yet she's like she's I mean I don't really much into choice. Yes she's like Super High Open Delta. That's. As far as like flight attendants can go. It's like she's like Super Super Seniority the she did she passed the test the first time she took. Yeah. Okay. So is it like a really hard test I? Don't think it's like super hard I. think it's just like if you're like just take the time to study look over the stuff and it's not even like that hard to study material. Really knowing what stuff is like with the airplane. With doors yeah. Exactly, and it's just all stuffy just watch. After. Like? That's pretty dope. Yeah. I always thought it'd be sick to be a pilot know my brother's a pilot. Oh No. took him out. He's just as long. As I. Know I'm GonNa have to happen it. He's a, he's a pilot for jetblue. What is that like a it's like a line now. It's basically like He. Delta's like the biggest airline in the country. So he wants to eventually probably be a delta pilot or maybe whatever. But he still gets like it's just a smaller airline, but he still does people like he used to fly cargo and he did all that. Now he flies people. Do you think? Your mom working at Delta will give him an advantage of Guinean job there I think maybe for sure because like connections and my mom's just like my mom is way too good of a mom for me I mean like I feel like I'm lucky I won the lottery haven't heard as overseas the greatest person. So she knows so many people so many great connections because she's just such a genuinely great. person. So you get flights for free like just.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on JROD POD
"Saying what did you say Harley? You say Harley, there's hardly old hardly go hardly any tender. Because through ice now now, I mean like maiden. Well. Like I have been not like indeedy, fucking. No. The publicly heightening Ponce's. Yeah but it's like like there's like you know when it's sketchy you to shake you. Out there building. I just do I feel like ever since. When? I was younger when I got in trouble. I was dumped sixteen year old really stupid I. Got a Dui and when I got you, I feel like ever since then when it comes to risk in like shit like with my with my physical mortality dude I just. I just like I'm so afraid of that. You know what? I mean. I don't risk walking and stuff and machine. Yeah she's very strange. I think I'm Kinda. The opposite not later a waiver I think I put that to the side as far as I'm saying Oh it's and ME. flaking. We're new. Honestly I wasn't even thinking about it in legal terms, Bush but you are right. But like Whoa, of course at night. But like you realize how much you like mess your life, you don't want do it again you know what I mean right with a lot of yes. But even with walking on ice like just something that could fuck you in some sort of way you know what I mean that just suck. Yamen I feel like I'm the same way. In terms of what like Risking not risking. God my cats are fighting. Sorry guys. You guys heard cats. I've really become a big feline guy. Really I mean huge dog fan do still definitely I mean I got one done. Fifteen pound yorkie poop and east the most privilege entitled. Dog On. It's Now Eight. US Me and my me and my dog or straight. But I also don't like my dog because I don I know my he's basically saying that you're. Him More Auto Care my dogs a dude and my dog excellent beach and. I think that's why like. He's USA ate my food the other day because I left it on the counter, which is acceptable for like I can leave my food on the counter. Eats, it growls at me because I was like get the fuck off my food. Do could stop you in the yard fifty pounds mccotter I'm like how are you that? You can't use that? At some point don't eat my food and they swear I take good care of my cats. There's just wrestling I'm not hurting them earn their just. I feel like every time I. Come to your house though you're bandits running away from you and then he just gets on his like come. Let's because he's Exactly, but like I feel like. Like, an escape from because his fighting for medium or straight we don't fight all the time just like Nana. What's your biggest fear? Probably. Dying die but like. Okay that's so broad like. Dying. How? Do probably like. I don't know maybe like knowing you had like a certain amount of time to live like. Okay. So you can feel like just idea. Yeah. Okay. You rather that than being like Texas Krizner Oh you know know you don't like my biggest fear is probably going to the doctor's Office for like a normal thing and then they find something. And then they're like, Oh, you have like, salt. Lake that you know that's what my dad does and then having lived through that yet do like people some people are afraid of that. They're afraid of doctors offices but they're afraid of let news and that city attorney. Almost. No. I mean seriously I mean. What the what at this point modern medicine exactly. Yeah. Catch the catch that she'd early the whole point is like if you catch the nearly, you're not true but but. Still that mentality it's like some people have that. Maybe they think, Oh, I've had this for I haven't went in. You know it's been too long. Or something like that not saying I know go to the doctor. So they're the doctor's like obviously like checkups writing like you struggle. A little inside you then you don't strictly go for physical yeah. I mean I i. would still I still go like sometimes but like. Like I don't feel comfortable ego. Exactly. What about you I go like? The decidated amount of times? I go to the doctor for sure. Belykh like your biggest fear my base here I don't think I have a at the biggest fear don't have I don't think is something that is continuously seniors. Wondering I guess going by and never really thinking about one thing that. I know I, know you go into that dark place. I guess I guess the one thing that I'm like. Drawn up on the past that maybe I missed an opportunity what maybe if I were to pull the trigger back then like six months ago like like. Maybe. I Dunno investing in like something else or saving my money this way to put it towards something else instead of like, oh, going to do that. Maybe I get hung up on shit like that tour it's like now I think I would be like a year and a half on the road if I would have saved that money, you're done something differently maybe I would be. Is it a might not be big decision sometimes, it might be just little decisions that might build up to big decisions. I don't really get hung up on big decisions. On. Your your. especially. Now, twenty two years old live taking what comes at me, and then eventually isn't that crazy Eventually. Two years old I'm twenty holder. Also twenty two dude bike. Bro, we are at such. Like these point, this point in our life is such A. Determining a where we go in our life you know what I mean for determinant. That's right. Okay. Yeah. Right whatever Your. meteoroid. Yeah we'll rule it. So but yeah, seriously. So like imagine imagine fucking up now imagine like. You're with a buddy and you know how? Sometimes like I don't do this I don't smoke weed in like a car while it's. In motion you know what I mean like for me to that scares the shit out of me like worse because. It could just be fucked right land you know what I mean. I don't know what to be fucked now even though the.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on JROD POD
"All right welcome back to the J rob pod. Thank you so much for listening guys appreciate all of you and love you all. So today we got Jordan March and key Kelly Patrick. Patrick has been on this before you know he's the weird. Golfer Guy. and. And then we got toward a march. Explain yourself bro Hey, you know it's going on here. Thanks for having me. Appreciate you. Know provocation. Be Kelly, how're you been Bro Been Kim and it's good to see you it's been a minute as you said. Did that was the last episode amid or besides one minute. Is the one that I just made with Harry. But that was the last one and it has the second most listens do do we gotta get in? Yeah we gotta be the last one. So Bro had? Are you still golfing? I know you were injured last time we had you on the phone I was telling you about my arm ahead my last surgery in November. Okay. What happened with that? Yeah. So I had some some metal in my arm. and. I gotTA taken out. And basically, it was just like really creaking suffolk that like hit golf balls in like my arm or just like get stiff and Kinda swale the credit et dislike it would like caswell. Old Man. So now I got it out, it feels more like a normal arm. So Hopefully this summer the summer will be get I'm GonNa have a good summer this summer, but we're GONNA do this summer that makes us some. Terminals like feeling good. Just being healthy. You know like time taken that time off is like really good for dislike. Kinda studying the game a little bit. Games yeah. Exactly getting the mental game check Oh. So just take a little step away from it for a minute I gotcha. So you guys worked together you. Caddy for patent is tournaments. It's not bad. That's sick. He calls me like what he's like I need a caddy I love the game greatest threatens to this knows how to Lay Komeito buddies like what? Elementary school middle school elected. So we go way back and it's just so easy. Love Golf Bronco Plan Gov. so who's better pets definitely, but puts more time to it I'm I'm a big I'll go. I'll go off like twice a week but. I'm to hammer like six eight bruise just with a maximum big FELLAS. Oh, wait you. But you do it. Please way more live played a side note. The Jordan might be a top five we golfer in the world. Bank. Actually true to all the ipod listeners. If any of you think you can beat Jordan we golf. Throw your cheese down show up I would imagine. First of all first of all pressure. Don't ever challenge my listeners. I permitted to. Show. Our right anyways Yeah. But no. Yeah, if you WANNA, to do that that's fine. If not, that's fine too it was just a joke. I didn't like it. I'm just. Kidding. Bottom line not will. Come on. Guys. So we think about being locked in I mean guys must be so bored here doing this with me, right? Honestly it's just video game after video game. Sports cash, which would your favorite? Off Right now. It's between Anna I go back to chill online. It's not bad season white going way back there. It's just I. saw it on played this in A. On the game in that pretty hard dabbled minecraft for a minute I know it sounds wack sit is and then. I know I got hop on war zone. You can. You can you distracted in micro okay Bro. I had warzone. I had zone ahead to delete it because Bro I'm not sure if I was still in the tutorial or whatnot but like every time I land was no one there. I would just run around this huge met. Not One person. I did like three times Oh. Yeah. You might have been cleaned something like click and some. Problem, what do you mean click on What. Does that mean? Yeah. What is that? What are you? Noticing when you go into a war zone you. Click like another thing going online. Okay. So you might have been in like the local. A local warzone junior I've really played on early. No, but. What's your favorite game? Honestly haven't really been playing much video games but I actually played four night for the first time in forever. And just you know. Gone. On. For two games. Scott. Reminded why not? Why don't play like It's just the evolution again. People got so good. Game nonstop and get. So amazingly good I can't even competed dude imagine imagine being one of those. Years who get paid or not. US. To. Twitter's of the fuck there such a huge market. The market for like Rocket League on twitch do like the twitch can rocket like? Yeah. Dude. It's so big. It has millions of viewers I'm pretty sure like it's like. Why do what people into a lot of people watch that stuff I mean I personally don't really watch that much anymore but like doing Ford and I was popping brew. Twitch. Make do domain like Oh. Yeah. They're no. They're on a apex legends ruin do all that I love back? That's fun. Yeah man like a growing community I feel like there's just a lot of money in it. Yeah. Dude. For sure my cousin, he's super good at four I. Wish you. I wish I wish he would play it with. Emission that A. Like someone aspiring to be in the NFL who came from nothing You know like would that? that. There's definitely a difference as far as. Getting up at six am going to the field as far as like riding on six you see people grind fourteen hours a day I, mean Bro do there's this book called outliers in wreaking are owned by Malcolm Gladwin and he talks about? Because hockey. I. Mean I've played a lock year were you born Ninety Eight But like what month February? Okay. So the best three months to get to to be born and to be a hockey player is January February and March because you know how there's like that age cutoff. So like. Statistically speaking there's a chart that shows the book that shows all the players that were unlike the highest I dunno like. The highest team when you're a young kid that you can be honored whatever I don't know what that is called I'm not a big hockey or whatever. But. All their birthdays like Larry all of them, except for maybe like two or three were all. January February and March isn't that nuts on? Yeah, Dude. So The. Guys who are big guys who can just play down here? Right, well, and so when they're younger, they're going to be getting better coach in because they're going to be getting on the better team and then from there is just GonNa you know give them more advantages and so it's like where you do grow up matters, you know what I mean Yeah Oh for sure is weird and just like when you're born all these weird fucking factors depending on your dream is, of course. Dude, hockey is on. I, love hockey. I sucked I, suck at skating I'm the. Guy. I run the. Pond. I'm. Stumbling Skates. We can do it a little bit but I just can't get the PUCK. fucking skates. Just. Come by just like pushed me and Alex slip off balance you. The only thing that sucks about the pawn is hardly ever get a tender Fighting the post but. What's that? It's like usually there's not a goal because nobody wants to suit up in the winter. What were you.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on Dressed: The History of Fashion
"If we're callahan cassidy zachary welcome to the show dressed listeners today on what would have been his sixty fifth birthday but they we celebrate the life and legacy of one very special designer patrick kelly and actually one very special fascist starring miss abram callahan happy birthday a to you both yes thank you we are actually recording this a few days in advance because i'm piecing out and going on vacation on my birthday but thank you yeah and african american designer patrick kelly took the international fashion community by storm during the nineteen eighties with his fun and very playful designs signs that brought pure georgia the runway quote i want my close to make you smile the designer once said and the joy of his clothes were and continue you really to be to this day quite infectious and essence magazine said of kelly in the nineteen eighties quote he is breath of fresh air and the business that often takes itself itself too seriously and kelly and his work has been the subject of two retrospective exhibitions at the brooklyn museum of our and the philadelphia museum of art that was in two thousand thousand four and two thousand fourteen respectively but an researching this episode i was actually quite surprised to find that little has been written about this beloved designer her who is as known for his kindness and unbeatable southern hospitality as for his fun whimsical approach to fashion which is why i was thrilled to meet our guest guest today dr eric darnell pritchard tetris pritchard is an associate professor of english at the university at buffalo where he writes and teaches about literacy rhetoric and intersections with fashion beauty pop culture identity and power his writings on fashion beauty and black life and culture have been widely published in multiple multiple venues including in his twenty sixteen book fashioning lives black queers and the politics of literacy and dr pritchard is currently completing his this biography of patrick kelly's life nothing is impossible the life and work of patrick kelly and we are thrilled to have him as guest this week on the show so welcome dr pritchard eric welcome to the show today it is such a pleasure to have you with us thanks so much i'm so excited to be here you know i should say i i love podcast in general and i love fashion podcasts especially i is one of my favorites so this is absolutely a dream come what's so you we're very excited to have you here today you are currently in the process of researching and writing a book about patrick kelly's life breath so i'm really curious how you came to your subject would you mind sharing that with us i always tell people that patrick kelly is the book that i've been writing since i was eight years old i first learned about patrick kelly in the late eighties seeing him on television i remember especially him being on style with elsa klenge and i grew up in queens i always knew black people who were stylish in fashionable but i'd never known black people who were in the fashion industry lisa's i understood it you know what my kind of like a child like mine and so you know seeing this person person on television you know within the context of like you know fashion as industry you know it was clear that he was the boss that people were there for him on on that these were his designs it was just remarkable you know for me i became really curious about who this person was just off of that and then grow in oh the southern accent over the bikers cat he was funny he was witty and i was just completely enamored in wanting going to learn more so that's high became initially interested in patrick kelly i also had internships in fashion industry on when i was a teenager i grew up i said i'm in new york city and you know thought for a time that i would go into fashion in relationships editorial or something to to that effect but that wasn't in the cards for me i pursued instead academic lives on in especially doing research on fashion history particularly as retains thanks to the black diaspora and you know i just you know sort of noticed some short you and other people have noticed there's some articles that have been written about patrick kelly including you no couple by myself but he still has not been given a biographical treatment and there are so many other subjects you know so many other designers who do you know what twelve fifteen twentieth biographies practiced will felt that it would be really important for patrick kelly who have about aggravate that talked about his life and work in hopefully it might inspire other people to take up biography as a way to kind of fill some of the critical acts of the contributions that black people and black people black women to fashion right yeah and i i was really surprised to when i began research for this article before i came to you i was really surprised because he such an exciting important designer and my mind and there's really nothing out there about and his life and legacy so very excited to read your book when it comes out you'll have to let us know when that happens but today we're here to talk about patrick metric and for those listeners that may not know can you just start by telling us a little bit about patrick himself when he was born where he's from absolutely so patrick asterik kelly was born on september twenty fourth nineteen fifty four in vicksburg mississippi his mother's name was leave the kelly his father's name was danny kelly he had an older brother named daniel a younger brother named william i'm he grew up also around his other family members especially his grandmother ethel rainy has maternal grandmother and he really was very proud to be from mississippi and especially to be from vicksburg expert his family was one that was kind of working to middle class has grandmother was domestic his mother was a home economics teacher his father drove cabs also you know worked in dishing is well and he was for his entire life of really really fun happy humorous person he i said was born in nineteen fifty four which people will also recall as an important in date because it's also the decision known as brown versus the board of education which desegregated american schools and that's interesting because patrick kelly himself under that decision was in nineteen fifty or actually went to segregated schools up until his senior year of high school i'm when vicksburg desegregated the schools in the city in his senior year and he and other people who had spent his his entire life with in all black schools with an integrated with students from the white schools on inexpert and you know that kind of race context really didn't inform a lot of his social political cultural beliefs connected to that is that growing up in vicksburg vicksburg mississippi right he was privy to a lot of the work that was happening in the civil rights movement the freedom schools the student nonviolent coordinating committee see the congress embrace equality a lot of these civil rights and human rights organizations would come through vicksburg and jackson mississippi and do really important important civil rights demonstrations in political organizing in voting rights organizing so he grew up in a very rich context for thinking about how individuality for thinking about democracy for thinking about on diversity and difference inclusion as something to be fought for into be celebrate it and so i think it's really important that whenever you know people who come to understand him as a designer you know i think it's really important that they understand stan also you know that really important part of his history and that's what i'm the i'm bringing back in the biography i want people to to see the work that he produces a designer within the longer story of you know the people the places the historical moments that informed made him who he was right and we are going to definitely get into that a little bit later on but i i'm hoping you can tell us a little bit about how patrick came to fashion design so so he came to fashion i guess technically be in terms of the technical side his mother as i mentioned was a home economics teacher in so he learned how to so oh partially from her but but more importantly from his aunt whose name was bernard his bernard taught him so i'm his mother you know didn't want him hinted sorta fasching achieved preferred that he be a lawyer or doctor or something that was more of a sure thing but the lat she was a home economics seizure in so you know and also she did that in schools where he also was a student and so you know she was a really big part of him actually gaining to get the skills of doing fashion and design sowing as well as pattern making he also came to it because of his grandmother who was domestic as i mentioned worked in the homes of wealthy and middle class white families in vicksburg and in the surrounding vicksburg who would bring him magazines under she had gotten from the people's homes down that she cleaned on harper's bazaar and vogue especially if he would look through those magazines and you know really love the images that was in them in how beautiful the clothing was in the photographs and so on and so forth but he also noticed lists that black people were not featured in those magazines and he told the story that as a child he would say that his grandmother why are there no black women you know in these magazines or no black people in his grandmother told him it was because people in believe that black people were important enough to be in those magazines and he he made it up in his mind then like as a young person that he was going to make an intervention into that that he knew that black people black culture black black style was in fact important enough significant enough to be featured in does magazines embiid center subjects in the sort of fashion in stories and features that were being shown there and so that really gave him a lot of gumption to wanna get into fashion i'm as industry into a specific kind of intervention that he wanted to make but i also think it's important to speak to the fact that he loved of making clothes for people who went to school with a lot of the people who are interviewed knew him from the time they were in kindergarten talk talk about like how they would be in class doing work and patrick would be like sketching or they needed address for a dance the prom junior senior prom homecoming he was basically outfitting the whole like vicksburg high school middle school was running a business you know as a a young adult and he also was really fascinated in not necessarily just fashion design but also closed were displayed as early as the time he was was in high school he was designing windows for some of the local department stores and boutiques in expert just for free i'm he would go to the stores and ask them you know can i you know design your windows and they would be like shar in that was something that he would do later on as well once we we got to atlanta with the eve teak was designed windows but fashion was just really a love of his his entire life in all aspects aspects of it from design to display to photography he just had a whole very broad sort of vision vision of an aesthetic enterprise on the he was trying to sort of manifest and bring it into the world in a founder calling at such a young age aged two is quite remarkable so you mentioned atlanta's so he graduates high school in nineteen seventy-two he goes to college i think on an art scholarship but he leaves i think after eighteen months to pursue fashion full-time can you tell us about his early ventures into the fashion industry yes so you know leaving vicksburg as you mentioned mentioned he wants to jackson state university historically black college and university in jackson mississippi and there he continued to do a lot of work designing thank dresses for women who were in pageants like miss black mississippi pageant or josh jackson state university homecoming but he moved to atlanta because you know in the south especially atlanta had and still has a very vibrant fashion industry of its own and you know he went there to try to make it to be a part of that and he really was able to do that in no time he made a lot of friends who were also trying to make it in fashion as models as photographers as designers themselves people who were enrolled in fashion school in atlanta and he basically it created a kind of family for himself people who would just all striving and being supportive of one another and that's something that he you know did everywhere where he went when he goes to new york when he goes to paris in all of those places he creates kind of like village that really supports him in he supports them in you you know they're all trying to make it together sharing each other's dreams supporting one another so in atlanta on he worked on as i mentioned at east on the wrong on boutique as a window designer he also worked at these they call them like these kind of trade shows where people could go and buy like you know on accessories or by you know handbag handbags wholesale l. or different one imitations like you could put on clothing and one person who he knew there who did that work was also supportive of him is a woman only my name of elliott wolff who worked in a shop on that she and her husband i'm on call total accessories on it so patrick would produce fashion shows house as a part of these trade shows that people could display of their work and build relationships that would allow him.
Why You Should Check Your Social Security Statement Today
"Well, the folks at USA today, they say that we're supposed to be checking our social security account on a regular basis. But dolph a lot of people listening are not retired yet. So why should they bother checking their social security account on a regular basis? Do you have a checking account savings account? That's your money, right? Mhm. Do check it on a regular basis. Multiple times a day, the big shirts there. I mean, if you have money in accounts that are like for future retirement accounts, investing or whatever you wanna call them. Are you checking those? Yes. But if you look at the big picture on social security, I mean, this was fascinating. I mean, when they had this article that there's like thirty nine million Americans registered for social security, but less than half of them, actually checks, earning statements and last year now, so less than half, people are worried about social security. I'll worry about it when it gets another one of those famous words of procrastination. Now, if you think about it, we've talked about it before, is what is generally one of the biggest ports of your portfolio in terms of size of money. Is it your house? Is it your 4._0._1._K or is your biggest asset so security? A lot of people will say, it's their four one K take. Okay. I'm going to switch it around. But in most cases social security. Is your biggest asset because just think about it. You start at sixty to you and your wife start taking out social security. Let's just say between the two five thousand dollars. A month. Okay. So between the two of you guys are takeout sixty thousand dollars a year. You live ten years. There's no increases now. You've taken out six hundred thousand dollars over twenty years now, you're eighty two you've taken out at one point two million dollars social security money in a twenty year. Timeframe is your 4._0._1._K worth one point two million dollars. Some people say, yes, a lot of people are going to say. No, so I'm gonna ask you what is the biggest part of your portfolio? Is it before one K your home or social security? Sounds like it could be social security. Hence run an analyst report. We love running those for clients knowing this finding out note now because don't assume that, oh, I'm gonna get a thirty three hundred dollars a month in social security when I hit, sixty six and then find out later, you're sixty two years old or two years away from a tournament, and you're only gonna get twenty three hundred dollars a month because you weren't paying attention to it. And you've missed saved and now your portfolio retirement has to change. Because now we have an extra twelve thousand dollars a year. You gotta make up somewhere or verse ecology mean you're, you're gonna get more than you really think of, and you can retire earlier. Then there's a lot of things when you run your analyst. Kristen of knowing versus guessing, is don't be afraid to look at something. I mean, I have to come in and they said, we want to do a review. We heard this. We read your book, Patrick Kelly's book. We've seen all this information. Here's my statements review them for me about, what would it looks like why aren't they open? Why are they had like eleven statements like why moving I haven't opened one in six months afraid to look at it. I'd rather you look at it. And I like I go Henry, this is crazy. I go look at your statements. Let's us bite. The bullet look at statements. He started open one or two after the third statement, he says, no, I can't do no more because everything was going the wrong way. But now he's lost several months because he didn't know if he could make any changes social security is the same way. Protect your biggest know what getting
"patrick kelly" Discussed on JROD POD
"Come on the podcast. J. Bod. Can speak your truth I don't know. Thank you see wrote thanks for having me. From. pod. and. Look forward to. Next few episodes. Okay. All right. Eye. Jared Body and we go. What's up man? What's up Bro? I've been. Spending twenty minutes recorded. You look really line do this. This will be a bonus feature. Below. Luke's Beth nice to meet you guys. So where do you WanNa talk about? You know honestly. Patrick Patrick and I have been doing some chitchat chimney. He's got this story he's been hiding from us. Pertains to family trip in the mill. Art. So basically, what happened was Michael. Jackson show Michael like making Blake a holographic Michael Jackson and remember that there's like a big thing for a while. So it's like a Hologram Michael Jackson performing and like halfway through. This barring it's house about to go to the bathroom whatever I like went to the bathroom I was going to get a drink. went to the bathroom right as I walked out, the other mom walked out with me. And It's like, do you like the Sham like knowledge sheets way? She's like Oh. You're just too young I'm like. All right. And then I. Go in the bathroom whatever I don't really think anything of that and then. We are we walk out of the? And then like someone like texted me like when you. Know so I went into the girls, but she wouldn't do the I wanted to the guy. You. Know. So I went into the guys. Under the guys bathroom and she went to the girl's bathroom. And Right. When I walked out, someone texted me something like kind of important. So. Important I. don't remember what it was. I think it was like my coach. So. Much Shit Our This. Mission? No. No. No. I just taking. It was when I was walking in. The. League now not at all. So I walked out of the Text came in. So then I was standing there looking at my phone and then also not hearsay all you waited for me how cute I'm like. And that's when I resume like she's of she's like. I was like whatever I didn't really say anything and then I started walking and then like she was walking literally right next to me and then she was like. What's Your Patrick? I'm like, what's your name and she said like Victoria I think your name was. Some of the the. Actually broke. So. We like walk we'll walk h you I'm going to buy drink I'm like yeah. We like go to the bar. And Clinton. Everything she bought me a drink. And on she bought me a drink in extra black well, no, no no. Why you say like that, you fucking discriminated pants. So you super. Okay. What type of drink to? she bought me just like a Jack. Jack and Going on the record, Luke Smith is not a racist. Thank you. pod says it is so so be Jaren. Juror Partisan Belushi. Musical. Okay. We don't need it. Case. J. Rods pod. But Patrick Kelly got jack and coke. All right yeah. So I got the drink. And then the bartender is like twenty one and I'm like, yeah, and then she's like he's like, why is she by doing? I'm like cushy thinks of high I was already like uncrowned. Before even issues. Like she was. She's like Oh. That is true I do. Oh word go and then like. She was like, do you want to sit down for a second? I'm like, yeah, like A. Sat Down we were just talking or whatever. The next thing? I know this girl is like all over me go might just making out with me and shit like. Your cover the transition. Make. Like a move. Draw having nowhere disparagement. Destroyed in the most gross. Dining. Just like talking to the next thing, I know she's billion. Symphony. CAL His. Word Not enough of that Gary Pont. Address this in this just in mother fuckers. Edrich sick mother corker. Born split. All, right. So We're making out or whatever. And then. And then like. And then I was like I should do we're literally in the fucking wind barely not even my you know where the? Remember those. Talking though the word whereas the Raynor. Case Yeah. We were making at the to win A. Janis China phrase. The tube you may now we we. Yeah to fuck you. You were homosexual. What are you talking about? Oh. No no no. Okay. Okay. I'll clear to the everyone. Patrick was at a concert with the milk. Was that the wind the mill and he got Jack and coke from her and he said that she thought he was high and she agreed, yeah, she started pulling moves on them. and. Decreasing was like she came onto me like I was just like 'cause I don't have the confidence to pull up on. That Burley. Who Am I just Waste. Time. Out. We say mill like our retargeting. Thirty year old male for like fifty or snow shoes probably like forty five win. Yes. Like mid Thirties. Learn just gotTa actually you had a kid. Some, Shit.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on JROD POD
"I Love Anchor and I love you. Guys. Thank you and welcome back to the Girardi power number twenty, three with Patrick Kelly. What's up you so much bro Robert thanks. So Up to Just golf just to challenge. Been Senior snapchat share like they would have been. You know what's the word on that? Basically, just wake up. At eleven o'clock, because I go to bed at three in the morning night. That's. Why I sleep schedule schedules. All fucked though. I basically, just like wake up go to the golf course and stay there until night damn train all fucking day like probably. I try to get at least eight hours A. In soon, man that's crazy I mean it's good that your work. Yeah Yeah it's tough though because you're like Bhai yourself for so long you know golf with friends and stuff like that. But like I'd say like probably seventy five percent of the time I'm like practicing myself. That's that's when you know you gotta you gotTa like stars exactly. You got to like to be by yourself you. So what's your goal like angle with it also basically after I graduate I'm going to move to Florida. And just turned professional and just. Go from there just. Confident like. All. You have to the. Yeah exactly. That's all those guys have. Supreme. Confidence. Yeah you're absolutely insane if to believe in yourself. And you just gotTa. Go Insane before you do. Sure such a weird game. Then it's it's weird. I'm introduced some guests motion here on Alex Sarah Luke Smith. So Alex. To Hi. Just people. So you fucking heard shuttered grabble this we were saying what's Why it's So you don't like he can. We're at pine, Knob like the first stay snowboarding and So, basically like what happened was I slipped off a rail and like. Like I just heard this huge pop noise was just like. that. It was like I'll never forget the night. So it's like. Shopping. nope. Our. Happened I couldn't feel my arm and I had Jack Ass I couldn't see my arm and so. So I was like my friendly and was provided like Yo Liam like I live just broke my arm and he's like no way. So he called the Ski Story There's No way this fucking calm during this whole thing man no. When you have you ever before no. Wonder. Why? Because they drink, they drink everybody because they drink. Drink more milk. Everybody. Looking. Weird. Dare dairy allergy nobody. There's so much adrenaline because you're just like what the hell just happened so. I they call us. They're like, right we're going to like sled you in. So they put you on like you know what? I mean love dodgy I don't WanNa do that I'm just gonNA walk kind of embarrassing I walk in. and. I was walking and I was like. God, if my arms actually not broken like that's going to be kind of embarrassing because like. I caused this whole scene and I'm like doesn't even her I feel I couldn't move it. I was scared to move it. So you're worried that other people were going. GonNa Fuck and be like. You know. All, this show would have been pissed that there like a big thing they'd like ten people. Rose. Thought. No not that I made it up with that I was just like being. Like we'd go in the ski patrol mode ever in like. They, take off my jacket, and then they had to cut off my shirt because I couldn't move my arm. Ray when they cut off my shirt, I looked in like my elbow cap was like in the middle of my forearm. Like Oh my God it's broken and the right when I saw that. Bro. agitatedly, put me on an oxygen machine and everything with the happened Mikey called me because Mikey was with me and he's like your monkey. He was like were you at? We're looking for you. I'm like do not going to believe what just happened. I just broke my arm and he's like, no, you you're a liar. I swear God he's like you do not salt lake so that just broke their. Own. So I didn't really hurt that bad at that point and then so like they're like, oh, we're going to call you an ambulance I'm like no problem like we're not. We're not gonNA enabled psyche drove me in my truck to the hospital and my dad's friends leaders there actually really coincidence. So we get there. We take x-rays on I'm like I really hold this is dislocated because like I cannot have broken. My Dad. told me. You don't want me snowboarding and stuff. To get Harvard yes. So then we get their. Cousin niece like I'm not GonNa lie this is the worst break every scene. Shit Dude. So what they did was they wheeled me into another room. And then they knocked me out and they had to put my bones back to where they were kinda supposed to be because like literally my above shattered like the my elbow bone like. Blue. Just Yeah I don't I don't even like when people are like, what do you mean like the I dunno Chris like Blue Light. So then they were like, yeah, like. Can't perform surgery on it because my bones are just everywhere he wouldn't even know where to start so they so I was my first time surgery and. Surgery next crazy she. That I spend a lot of people don't go through that. We're able I dispense I, go that whole night sleep the whole night with a broken elbow 'cause. I. Couldn't get surgery until the next day. So. Then I got surgeries a day before thanksgiving. Surgery. And they're like, oh, we're going to keep you overnight again. So during the mornings I sit in the hospital the whole day I was so bored. So you can't. Just. Don't worry. I have this huge cast over my stomach so I can't move. So my baggage, a sweaty I smelt disol-. You. Own and then I wake up on Thanksgiving morning I'm about to leave I get out of the Bet Anna, pass out on the floor. Here. It's like I'm tired opinion, a bottle of the toilet. Over. All these tests often than I would hold on Thanksgiving and of course, the whole family's Aaron. Did you worship the devil? I noticed you took I on that Wiki board when you walked in. I,.
Judge lets church shooting victims sue gun retailer
"Lawsuit against academy, sports and outdoors over the deadly attack. At the Sutherland springs church will be able to move forward. Bear county district court judge rejected a request by the sporting goods giant two toss. The case to victims from the two thousand seventeen shooting at First Baptist Church. Sutherland's springs suit academy saying they were liable for selling a weapon in thirty round magazine. David Patrick Kelly over a year before the attack. They also argue the sale should not have gone through because Colorado has a ban on. Thirty round magazines. Kelly showed a Colorado ID when he bought the items in Texas. Over two dozen people were killed twenty others wounded in that
Drake visits patient, 11, who invited him to her birthday
"FM a hip hop superstar granted a child's wish and paid a visit to. Her in a Chicago hospital from the best birthday present I ever. That's eleven year old Sophia Sanchez talking about her. Face to face meeting with her idol she's a heart, transplant patient at Lurie. Children's hospital a video asking Drake to come to a birthday party went viral last week it made it to. Drake's publicist and Drake. Was in town, following a two night engagement at the United Center so. FIU is ecstatic Is one of the Burger is the executive director of the heart. Center at Lurie children's he says that will. Help her get better it does something to do into your system. And on your, some so to speak Where are a great benefit Drake posted several pictures of the visit for his forty five million Instagram
"patrick kelly" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"When it comes to retirement seven zero four nine one nine zero one four nine that's seven zero four nine one nine zero one four nine and always clear income for life dot com patrick kelly is a great friend to the show author of the book stress free retirement we talk about a lot and offer our listeners from time to time and when it comes to retirement we asked him what is the best position to be in what should we be thinking about if you can put yourself in a position where world events do not affect your portfolio that is a position of power and it's really a position of peace there's a lot of headlines i don't care what's going on dolf that people get concerned about how do we find that position of peace look within look what's important to you talk to clients or potential clients here here's your bucket list what's important to your life list ten things that are most important in life and it's amazing absolutely amazing kristin when people i asked them to do the stuff how they get the number five or six zip boom boom boom and then number seven as they start looking at the sky what else is important okay let's stop right there now let's go things what things don't mean that much to you and that list just they could write that list forever so what side of the table you are i mean what's more important to you is harder than what does it mean anything to simple plan respect organiz yourself when it comes to your retirement enjoy life the way it's supposed to be lived enjoy your life every day since last enjoy everything.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"To twelve fifteen nine one nine eight five two one two one five up next on the show you think your forgetful all of us are patrick kelly he's the best selling author of the book stress free retirement he says we need to remember the risk of market based money and this is something that no matter what you have to write it down you do not want the things that patrick kelly we'll tell you when we continue on raleigh time coach with brian raleigh of raleigh wealth loosens and raleigh capital welcome back to rallies retirement coach with brian raleigh of raleigh well solutions in raleigh capital management my name is doug how're wanna talk about patrick kelly because he's a really really smart guy we rely on them on the show a lot of the things he says really make sense and that's why he's a best selling author in the field of retirement all those green arrow days in the market were recently disrupted with some red i know everybody remembers the bumpy part of the early part of february patrick kelly he says you have to remember there's always risk in putting your retirement savings into stocks here's what patrick had to say people get sort of ambivalent they just don't know what to do they don't care anymore because they don't really they forget markets can go down but let me tell you that's exactly what was happening in the fall of two thousand seven markets were an all time high people forgot that could ever go down the s and p one hundred went down fifty two percent when the markets are tumbling people are more grateful all to be in something that when all of their friends are losing money they haven't lost anything it's more important to protect the downside and hit singles doubles and an occasional triple than it is to swing for the fences trying to hit a grand slam and strike out there you go man i liken that to you know some of our listeners they're pretty uncomfortable with the possibility of losing money in their retirement what would you say to them when they have questions about exactly what patrick's talking about the the fact that they have a lot of retirement savings in stocks being a sports guy like yourself i really do like patrick's analogy to baseball singles and doubles verse home runs but i also like how takes people back in time because this was ten years ago a little more than ten years ago i always say history has a strange way of repeating itself we're at all time highs again and i don't know when we're going to have another correction or to wit extent that's going to be but you're talking fall of two thousand and seven through two thousand and eight and the sp drop fifty two percent i mean we had people that got rattled a couple of weeks ago with a five percent drop in one day this is fifty two percent and so that's really really significant and look if you're you know fifteen years out ten years out you know our twenty years out of retirement i don't think it's a big deal i really don't because we know that the markets are go up and down and they come back but you know if you're getting ready to retire in a couple of years and your portfolio goes down by fifty two percent you may not have the time to wait in order for that to get back up because here we are now ten years later we're back at all time highs again and i don't wanna be that guy we don't like to operate by fear and say you know the sky is falling the sky's falling but you need to make sure that you're getting ready to retire in the next couple of years that you're not in a position where you can give up fifty two percent back to the market might be a good time to take some of those chips off the table shore and lock in some of those gains and what i like about patrick kelly and when he talks about his we can take some without bonnie and we can create your own pension like income stream.
Meghan Markle joins Trooping the Color ceremony to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's birthday
"Overseas in britain today hundreds of british soldiers took part in the annual trooping of the colour ceremony in london marking queen elizabeth the seconds official birthday celebration in front of thousands of spectators spectacle included an appearance by prince harry and his new wife former american actress meghan markle who joined other members of the royal family on the balcony at buckingham palace after the event to watch her royal airforce fly by ceremony originated from traditional preparations for battle flags or colors were trooped so soldiers in the ranks would be able to recognize them the ninety two year old queens actual birthday though is april twenty first it was on this day in seventeen thirty two james oglethorpe received a charter from britain's king george the second found the colony of the state of georgia more in these stories at townhall dot com i'm rhonda rockstar a family that lost several relatives during a mass shooting at a texas church says the federal government was negligent by failing to report the gunman's criminal information to a national database oakham family filed a federal lawsuit this week in san antonio and notes the gunman devin patrick kelly was criminally convicted while in the air force but that the military fell to enter the information into a database used to conduct background checks of gun buyers the lawsuit says the air about kelly to buy the assault style rifle he used the december shooting in sutherland springs killed more than two dozen people the holcombe family suffered about a third of those deaths the family's attorney says the entire tragedy could have been avoided patrick fos reporting an unlicensed fourteen year old driver killed four fifteen year old passengers injured after the driver lost control of his car and hit a tree in northern virginia accident in lorden which is in fairfax county happened shortly before noon on friday news and analysis at townhall dot com i'm rhonda rockstar hi infield andy phil's gang dot com.
Harvey debuts for Reds in 6-2 win over Dodgers
"Drive centerfield there's billy hamilton and a nother three up three down inning from matt harvey he very well could have a no hitter right now jeff brantley on reds radio and his reds debut last night former mets ace matt harvey allowed to hit and struck out to over four scoreless innings in the red six to win of the dodgers elsewhere national league cardinals over the padres don to five nationals three diamondbacks won irish beat the giants eleven to marlins six braves three in it was the brewers over the rockies eleven ten that was in ten innings the mets beat the phillies three two one italy cubs over the white sox eleven to american league as ten acres five royals ten indians nine twelve innings the blue jays over the red sox five to three orioles beat the race dying four mariners tigers washed out the play a doubleheader today the rangers over the astros one nothing the twins beat the game does five to four round three of the players championship webb simpson the leader after two rounds at fifteen underhill later on today along with three golfers in second place danny lee patrick kelly and charles schwartz all i'm peter schwartz we've got def leppard in journey tickets listened to tiki and tierney weekdays between three and six eastern for your chance to win you really really liked them thanks for making drive time sports that's best of the springs winner for best sports radio show how could this happen and.
Us, Phil Mickelson and Winnipeg Jets discussed on
"The last two why in us territories wfan twenty twenty sports time two three golf the players championship first round complete there's a six way tie atop the leaderboard at six under par dustin johnson webb simpson alex nor at matt kuchar chess and hadley and patrick kelly all shot sixty six is tiger woods at even par seventy two tough day for phil mickelson a seven over par seventy nine no nba playoff action last night but there was hockey the winnipeg jets said it to the nhl western conference final for the first time in franchise history deflected and jake paul staff me trying to on that for sure pickup old rebound other short side backhand he's able to lift it the jets have built a twonothing later after the call on westwood one sports paul stathis scoring just two minutes six seconds after tyler myers did so in the first period the jets at all they needed they went out to a five to one game seven victory in nashville predators the ninth president's cup winner in the last ten years that fails to win a stanley cup anyone can have a.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"And uh and it's filled with nothing but greatness and and love for you and yours investigation and taxes continues uh the the shooting um of twenty six people at a texas church the shooter devon patrick kelly who is dead uh there the authorities are looking into essentially his his uh any any of his uh items and and devices and his personal life including his phone and the san antonio expresses reporting this is the news uh newspaper there in in san antonio that the texas rangers have served apple with a with a search warrant for data uh from devon patrick kelly's i devices uh and so that warrant covers files stored in kelly's i cloud account with law enforcement apparently seeking phone call and message information as well photos and videos and other data dating back to january 1st of last year another warrant allows law enforcement to look for this data independently on an iphone as she found near kelly's body so essentially what they did as the authorities issued a warrant first uh two apple uh for the eit cloud content then another general more general warrant was issued for the actual device uh so the authorities the fbi in fact uh have used uh the the that this event the shooting to argue that strong encryption is hurting law enforcement and their ability to investigate crimes and they have been they the fbi and other authorities here an investigators at a been commenting that they've been working very hard to to get into this phone as they often do in the wake of of a of a crime they had to look at all the devices that are connected to that crime for pieces of evidence may be something uh that would that would allow them to learn uh from of uh about the motivation of the killer and and.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Thirty four minutes past the hour it is the dg v show judge jan victoria and carrot duckie is out this week he is on vacation in italy for his birthday will be back about the whole week he'll be guy and be back towards the end of the week so we'll be excited to hear about his trip when he returns in the meantime at more information shen is coming out regarding at the shooter in this to texas church mass shooting and sutherland springs taxes according to the air force everybody wanted to know how he got the gotten this was a this was a person there's a devon patrick kelly who is the the shooter got a gun and people wanted to know how he was able to do that because he was dishonored bleed discharged from the air force he also served about a a year of detention time after he assaulted his his child and his wife and the air force said that they failed to record the texas shooters domestic violence conviction in a federal database that would have kept him mm from buying that on the air force now make you met admission a glaring oversight that allowed him to pass multiple background checks and to legally purchased firearms this was a studying admission guys from the air force that race critical questions about coordination between the military and the federal background check system that's designed to keep guns from those who have lost the right to purchase them he remember on sunday this is when the when this all happened where kelly opened fire on the first baptist church and sutherland springs east of san antonio he ended up killing 26 he wounded twenty others and he himself was later found dead of a selfinflicted gunshot wound this is a real problem because there are checks in this system and that in this case would have probably worked in preventing devon kelly from getting a hold of those guns and because of the failures by the air force said that wasn't the case it's indeed these stories are just so frustrating you know i mean it's i feel exacerbated by all this stuff at a who can get who can buy.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on WGTK
"Pay four freedom there are evil bad sick people in the world right and there have always been evil bad sick people in the world and evil bad sick people do evil bad sick things and in a free society chelsea clinton if a bad guy like this 26yearold devon patrick kelly down in texas over the weekend you talk about a bad guy may he burn and rot in hell for eternity amen right absolutely you talk about a bad guy but lemme tell chelsea clinton and let me let can i swat vis all away right now it just pains me that we have to really live these arguments every time something like this happens so i i wanna say to everybody right now um i just want put it out there in front of you this guy devon patrick kelly who killed twenty six people in a church down texas in rural texas and injured twenty others let me tell you something if this bad evolve sick man wanted to get his hands on a gun he was going to get his hands on a gun and there's nothing any body could do to stop this bad man from getting his hands on a gun see if a criminal here we go again if a criminal wants to break the law he's gonna break the law that's what criminals do see the criminal doesn't care all of this talk out there right now again about gun control we need more laws we need more laws we need more laws a criminal vet criminal does not care.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on KOMO
"A look at the weather forecast then get alive update on that terrible shooting texas from abc news right now it's time at 104 hit over the aaa traffic deaths check in with kierra jordan and we're looking at a pretty good drive right now we do have a crash on the shoulder northbound 405 at northeast 44th at at this point we're just kind thing some slowing as he come add that the renton scurves into the area a awesomeness that southbound 405 though tapping the brakes as you approach the area as well now if you're on north bend i 5 we do have a crash on the shoulder as he approached the convention center kinda crowding the fought line and stuff that is causing a little bit of hesitation in that area and in redmond we continue to have hit route to heal closed between two hundred thirty two hundred twenty four at the nets key to a much earlier crash but right now it's not causing too much of an issue as far as backups are concerned your next report that land 14th i'm kiera jordan on komo news thanks kiera now the weather forecast here's derozan sunshine is the rule of the day dry weather after really turbulent weekend temperatures today are going to be in the upper thirty's to mid depending on where your hanging out over the next couple of days even warmer low 56 tuesday and wednesday partly sunny tuesday mostly cloudy and a few showers on wednesday in the komo weather center i'm theron zahn komo news we have clear skies and sunshine all around western washington right now fully to in everett 43 into coma 45 an olympian here in seattle now a closer look at the news and issues affecting you the midday news with herb weisbaum on komo news one thousand fm 97 7 good his 106 all this monday the six days of november the day before election day we're learning more about the suspected gunman at this weekend's texas church shooting 26yearold devon patrick kelly the texas department of public safety said they said the attack was neither racially nor religiously motive and that there was a domestic situation evolving the suspect's family frank pomeroy a pastor of the church was not there that day his 14yearold daughter annabel pomeroy was in was killed in the attack his wife sherrie pomeroy spoke about the tragedy today hanley is probably beyond repair.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And i met a party and i'm talking about retirement in and say saving money you're a definitely a ribbon off to me and so hopefully we can rub off on the audience here and give you some great financial vice here's what we got coming up on today's show we're going to talk about the cost of college going up which is no surprise also we'll talk with patrick kelly he is basically the yoda of retirement so i'm gonna kinda keep on they're the theme of you know of sifi with this see we all recognize that you know it was 51 years ago that star trek premiered on nbc now people don't know this but despite the show's endurance success william shatner you know he told the usa today he's still has a major regret about their shows does famous opening monologue a final from i never got to say of exactly right i don't know why and never hit the right notes for me to gold nikko were no man was going or no one is going to i've never quite got it right for my ear good enough i suppose for the people listening they would not be as critical as i would be but i wish i could do that again and again triumph the exact right music well i find that kind of hard to believe because that's probably one of the most famous tsang's in tv so the original star trek it went on his fine six tv series and more than a dozen feature film so apparently was really good enough to the fans end to this day it's still a huge called following now an have you ever health any of your clients who something in retirement that they always wanted to do oh my gosh well absolutely open when they come to me every client is a little different but one of the things that we talked about in our first meeting his what does retirement look like for you what do you want to do what are the things that are important to you and your family and then you know is a trips is travel it was it vacation is leaving a legacy is a combination of all of that and the thing about we take would be just heard there from william shatner and he said he you know he never really just got it right you know he never got it right but here's.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"His money never hasn't enough to over and i'm right there say no no no tell him he's got to save and he's got an through this and i'm and i met a party and i'm talking about retirement in and say saving monies you're a definitely rubbing off to me and so hopefully we can rub off on the audience here and give you some great financial vice here's a we got coming up on today's show we're going to talk about the cost of college going up which is no surprise also we'll talk with patrick kelly he is basically the yoda of retirement so i'm going to kind of keep on the the theme of you know sifi with this see we all recognize that you know it was 51 years ago that star trek premiered on nbc now people don't know this but despite the show is endurance success william shatner you know he told the usa today he still has a major regret about their shows famous opening monologue the final from i never got to say of exactly right i don't know why i never hit the right notes for me to boldly go where no man was going to or no one has to i've never quite got it right for my ear good enough i suppose for the people listening they would not be as critical as i would be but i wish i could do that again and again trying find the exact right music well i find that kind of hard to believe because that's probably one of the most famous tsang's in tv so the original structure alqaeda went on his fine six tv series and more than a dozen feature film self apparently was really good enough to the fans and to this day it's still a huge called following now during have you ever health any of your clients who something in retirement that they always wanted to do oh my gosh well absolutely open when they come to me every client is a little different but one of the things that we talked about in our first meeting is what does retirement look like for you what do you want to do what are the things that are important to you and your family and then you know is a trips is travel it was it vacation is leaving a legacy is a combination of all of.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on WJR 760
"For that patrick kelly book called stress free retirement guys on a previous show we were talking about events the take place in your life that may or may not make you move with your money one event that somebody may experienced this year is they may have changed jobs and sometimes people change jobs in they moved their money sometimes they changed jobs and they leave that money right where it is i'm talking about your four or lin k that you've left behind david when you sit down with someone that's something that you discover in it that somebody has money from one or maybe two or even three jobs of go with that money's just sitting in their drawer yeah a lot of times people just say just just seven touch it i'm not going to use the yet but again you know it depends on the volatility of the market as you get older and older you want to stir protecting a little bit more that and if you've lost that employers allows you to move that and you can move that into something that safe that will provide an income stream were guaranteed of return in and 401 k is you're allowed to withdraw word transfer that money taxfree into another ira when you're over 50 and i'm in the half so there's that there are options available for folks that they can do something to be proactive with their retirement is there kind of a misnomer they're shocked that this is money i can't touch this is money somebody else's managing and i i can't have anything to do with this money because i can't touch it tell him sixty five and then people find out that's not the case yeah that's absolutely true most people all they know it is it's a retirement plan but they don't know much about it and they don't know their options and we find out i'll quit frequently and when we tell them that you can move this and sometimes irs negatives two four one ks such as say that you're passing that.
"patrick kelly" Discussed on WJR 760
"Ask is for that patrick kelly book called stress free retirement guys on a previous show we were talking about events as the take place in your life that may or may not make you move with your money one event that somebody may experienced this year is they may have changed jobs and sometimes people change jobs and they moved their money sometimes they changed jobs and they leave that money right where it is i'm talking about your forula ince that you've left behind david when you sit down with someone that's something that you discover isn't it that somebody has money from one or maybe two or even three jobs of go with that money's just sit in their drawer in a lot of times people just say just seven touch it i'm not going to use yet but again you know depends on the volatility the market as you get older and older you want to stir protecting a little bit more that and if you've lost that employers allows you to move that and you can move that into something that save that will provide an income stream were guaranteed eight of return in and 401 k is your allowed to withdraw or transfer the money taxfree into another ira when you're over 50 and and a half so there's that are options available for folks that they can do something to be proactive with their retirement is there kind of a misnomer there check that this is money i can't touch this is money somebody else's managing and i i can't have anything to do with this money because i can't touch it tell him sixty five and then people find out that's not the case that saps louis true most people all they know it is it's a retirement plan but they don't know much about it and they don't know their options and we find at all acquaint frequently and we tell them that you can move this and sometimes irs negatives two four one ks such as say that you're passing that onto your children they.