27 Burst results for "Ringling"
Anti-Catholic Bias by Connecticut School District Under Scrutiny
"Did you see the recent news about the anti Catholic bias in a local school district? This really has me worried and it plays into what you've been talking about at turning point USA for quite some time. Please help explain it to your audience. Yes. So the wonderful project veritas recently came out with a string of videos of an assistant elementary school principal admitting that they don't hire people if you find out they are Catholic. And they tend to end up being more right leaning conservatives. This is outright anti Christian anti Catholic bias that is being admitted on camera. And I want to just, for a second, let's extrapolate this. This is just what is being caught on camera. How many school districts? How many hiring managers? How many schools? How many administrators I should say? Hold these views that we're not able to get on camera for every one, there's probably another 5000 people in leadership. That are actively discriminating against Christians and Catholics. Let's play cut 40. So then what do you do? So have you found a bit certain? Religions tend to be more ringling. This one. Now I know that's hard to hear. There's a lot of background I was in a cafe, but this is the assistant elementary school principal admitting that they don't hire people if they find out they have a Christian or Catholic bend. So this is, this is happening in Connecticut and the Connecticut attorney general William Tong is now announcing an investigation of discrimination at the cost Cobb elementary school. This is all thanks to the wonderful work of James O'Keefe and project veritas. They do a wonderful job.
Ringling Bros. announces comeback tour without animal acts
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"ringling" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Anyone's seen drive with Ryan who's in that Gosselin. And it's a little, I don't want to say dark but different with certain music and certain scenes in this movie really reminded me of it, great performance by the actor. I Oscar Isaac at the time. Holy shit. So not the most exciting movie, but I loved it. I was all in on it so check that one out. You're exhausted when you're done finishing because you're just kind of dialed in the entire time where you're on. Yeah, I mean, no, it's not like super intense the entire time, but there's moments of high intensity and this guy who counts cards and what he went through in life really, I recommend it. I liked it. It won't be everyone's cup of tea. I'll say that, but I love it. Yeah, I did and if you've seen drive and you watch it, let me know if you think there's some certain similarities. I'm wondering on people's opinion on that. So yeah, that was really two things I watched. No, on the way home went oh on the way home, I download an old one. I know I'm into the old movies. It's not that old. I think it was the insider already with Russell Crowe. A phenomenal Michael man. Holy shit. And I downloaded it because I'm a Michael man guy. He directed heat. That's one of my favorite movies. So the insider, it's basically the entire blowing of the whistle on big tobacco. Awesome story. And Al Pacino corporate media stroke them off, sorry to cut you off with that. Sorry buddy, go ahead. And then how corporate media stroked off think tobacco. Crazy. And Al Pacino is a dog. He's a legendary 60 minutes producer, just the beginning of the movie, how he gets an interview for the legendary reporter who the guy. Mike Wallace, and he had a great role in whoever played him that older gentleman. He was a phenomenal actor. Christopher. Yeah, so great, great movies. I saw there and the trip was awesome. One funny moment, two funny moments from the trip. We got a couples massage, right? I really romantic, you do it in the same room. I don't understand why you pay more to do that because I fell asleep and I'm snoring and she's like, we wake up at a discount for a couples massage. I think you pay a little bit more to be in the same room. I don't know. This place wasn't cheap, exactly. Bulk. Yeah, so but before the women are like, oh, where do you want us to focus? Because you want a pressure hard and any parts of the body you want me to stay away from when I was like, I could think of one my wife would say, nobody found that funny. I did, though. I also met a guy. So one of the nights we were there, they did a dinner. I don't remember the name of it. It's kind of a Mexican tradition where you're only able to get. I think it was 20 22 couples. Now it wasn't all couples. There was some mother daughter trips, but it was 22 sets of two. So 44 people and you all eat together two huge tables. So you just get to know like I got to know this dude mark from St. Louis next to me. He ended up moving to Miami with his girlfriend who's in school to become a marine biologist. Now, Mark, this guy had 400 pieces of shrimp. They brought out shrimp and a fish at the beginning and then they brought out a stake in a chicken. The second course of the meal. And I was having a blast with this guy. I was like, dude, you've eaten more shrimp. You're not even ready to get the chicken in the steak. And now I thought of the line like the ocean call that wants a trip back from Seinfeld and George at one point said he is a marine biologist like this guy's wife or girlfriend, Mark. So we at a Boston and at one point, I was talking to everyone. I was feeling great. I had had an edible and just having a blast, so much tequila. Unfortunately, the cook, who was this man rocket? He's talking to my wife all the time. At one point, I said to mark, I think the cook's trying to crush my wife. He was a great guy. He wasn't, but I was like, all right, I'll just talk to Mark honey. No worries. So what was I getting to? Was this the same resort as well? So I'm talking to everyone. So I'm like, and mark's like, what do you do? What do you do? And I was like, oh, I used to play hockey, actually I was in St. Louis with my buddy, Paul Busan. We were like a ringling brothers barnum and Bailey circus for training camp. We didn't make the team. He goes, you played hockey. He goes, you don't seem like you've done anything in life. But it was a great, we were giving it back and forth to each other. Funny bastard. I got his number. I said I'd text him when I get to Fort Lauderdale we play golf. I think I might. But yeah, it was really good to get away and refresh and recharge and I still was able to watch some hockey at night. So I wanted to mention my trip in the movies I watched. Nice. Yeah, I caught the cod comment. I wasn't too crazy about it. I like Paul Schrader. He actually wrote taxi driver. He directed and wrote a great movie. Actually look it up. It's called blue collar. I was Richard Pryor. Harvey Keitel and the effect code. It's back about 70s auto workers. He wrote and directed awesome movie if you want to check it out. The road run back you on that one tremendous documentary about board dean. And of course, you start card counters, a little slow kind of. Yeah, yeah, and I love drive. I'm a huge fan. Did you see similarities? In the music and when I think of drive, I think a collateral and we talked about that not too long ago. Yeah, I can't say I just, I don't know, maybe if I watched it again, I might see something different, but I wasn't that crazy about the cod counter. I love Oscar Isaac, big trade of him, but yeah, roadrunner, if you are an Anthony Bourdain fan, checked out. Even if you're not, I didn't know anything about that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, it's kind of a sad story, but interesting life he had. He kind of, you know, went from his cook to write in his book becoming popular and having the show and I don't know, it was interesting. What about you?.
'Return of Jedi,' 'Selena' added to National Film Registry
"Still still there there my my politics politics is is my my life life each each year year the the library library of of Congress Congress chooses chooses movies movies of of cultural cultural historic historic or or artistic artistic importance importance to to preserve preserve and and the the John John Waters Waters film film pink pink flamingos flamingos makes makes the the cut cut the the earliest earliest entry entry is is Ringling Ringling brothers brothers parade parade film film from from nineteen nineteen oh oh two two the the latest latest entry entry is is the the Pixar Pixar film film wall wall E. E. should should the the return return of of the the jet jet I I and and the the fellowship fellowship of of the the ring ring were were popular popular favorites favorites in in the the online online nominations nominations other other titles titles on on the the list list include include Selena Selena sounder sounder Richard Richard Pryor Pryor live live in in concert concert and and strangers strangers on on a a train train I I marches marches are are a a let let up up
"ringling" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"So people So they're also gonna they're gonna you know eat dinner and and be chatting and the guys are then going to go on to tell aasa that. Hey if you've got a bit of a face that you make you know it's we're not gonna i. It's not we're not saying it's resting beef face but it's interesting. I'm upset face and they go on to talk about this that she is. It always looks like something's wrong. And she's she's Pauses dislike may. I think it's normally a very smiley person. It's just like I'm sure i'm just thinking a lot in this house. And i'm stressed and i don't know and they go onto like all of them were talking about it And so she's obviously not super pleased with this discussion. She's gonna have a a a bit of a conversation with your afterward about like That she kinda got upset about some things and Xavier feels like Like she gets more upset with him than the other guys and she says. Now it's not like that And then she asked him to cut on he says no and it's awkward And so that all happen. Yeah what what what the heck. I don't these guys man they just keep on keeping on In and also you know coming to save your and being like that upset me xavier ringling. You've got more upset with me than the other guys will. Maybe she just feels more comfortable talking to you about how she's upset. She does with the other guys because she knows that. You'll probably respond better like this. But this is an example of how a xavier is. Not the mr called player that he believes to be any other amazing. Social player in that situation would be like. Oh my gosh. i'm so sorry. I didn't do. I don't agree with that. You know what i mean like. They would be trying to put her at ease and he just comes back at her as like well. I think that you get mad at me than the other guys. So that's something you do. That i don't like like i just these guys these guys who you know there's something else. So kyle is going to talk with xavier. Later into the night they go to bed. Pretty early And he's he tells us about his conversation with a big is. This is this before or after goes to axe and tell him that he talked thailand. This is after okay. So i just want to highlight. That big goes to x. In its tells him that he talked to kyle and and he said that he's like you know. I think things are good. Like kyle and told me that i trust that. You're going to keep me. But i don't know that x. Is going to keep me. And i was like i. See that.
"ringling" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"Closer microphones need to be closer and we are streaming. Because we knew it wasn't enough for you to hear that dulcet tones of our voices. It's a sexy faces that the america people and people around the world needs to see really fall in love with us so we're going to stream these two shows tonight. It's going to be mount. Rushmore of circus acts is one of them and the mount rushmore. A sports injections i said. Ejections is the second one. Michael and richard richard lean to your left. How far okay. The bernie sanders. Richard is over He's drying his drying his laundry In the dryer and washer area which is over there. Which is my camera. Hey camera i think. That's i think that's going to be your your guy right there. Okay okay so richard michael. They debate and deliberate the most business aspects of many topics. And this week's topic. The mount rushmore circus acts so now we have maybe more expensive idea what a circus is than we did. Even fifty years ago when there was the ringling brothers and barnum and bailey circus vargas or whatever because we got european circuses and french-canadian circuses and monty python flying circus. All the things that we can refer to. But i know what the rules are with this guys. These guys usually come out with something crazy. So we're gonna start richards top. It's richard school. is it. Yeah to sell while. I the suggestion on a great startled. Yes within a fever dream. He suggested richard driving past circus. Liquor about circus acts good enough way to make a decision for a podcast. That's not the worst. Certainly not the worst idea that we've had the reason that we've had an idea that is true. That is true. We are top four podcast meaning. We rank the top four things. Not that we are in any way. The fourth of podcasts in any category. So richard since you thunk it michael you get to be the person that makes the first choice. Thank you jeffrey sir. So something near and dear to your heart. I thought of you know dick grayson robin the render and a trapeze artists. Oh that's also on my list. All right now..
"ringling" Discussed on The Property Voice
"Could be using a local friend or property connection that you have who just goes in now and again checks on things for you but the background things will be careful of be wary of is to check reputations. Take references chuckled. Memberships and do physical inspections all of that could be summarized in the phrase trust but verify. Okay so trust but verify when with stakeholders anybody can video property. Well the next week. Great is Tenant so having said occupancy options can vary for us away ten and she made occupants and so the first thing to be mindful obvious tenant sarah customers So of people forget that they seem to the seems to be a hierarchy on landlord your ten in a hierarchical relationship and she. I see that. Not in that way. Until i see that might tenants in my customers my customers and if myself my customers enable so so. This is sort of symbiotic relationship between attendant in the landlord. A world suggests you have a similar approach. That if you treat attendant customer you're gonna do okay. And then of course our properties all their homes. They live in the homes in a in in in in our properties. And there's the home so it's really important that the Standard in which we leave. The property is on come on Property management he safeties inhabitable. But when we're dealing with tenants to reference them we need them to take inspections and You know they're the main things. We need to consider not spite respect but we also need to stay current with the rules and regulations and believe you me that off of them. I think somewhere between paying seventy one hundred and twenty different rules. Regulations laws such that. We need to be aware of rather as a landlord and of course if we start drifting into things like imo or service combination that is just going to increase the level of complexity and compliance that we need to be mindful of which those bringing into mind things like training and accreditation schemes so Do seriously consider getting trained or credited pops with one of the landlord. If you as particularly particularly if you're looking at some form of self punishment and guess what that cues me up to talk about management and so with management we've got a number of options the straightforward choices are whether we do it ourself and that self managing or whether we outsource it which is used to giving it to a letting agent so that you know. They seems a bit from white But essentially the two main options there is a third option which is in a in house management. So the source of doing ourselves but we actually delegate the the work to someone who works for us so that could be a part time. Property manager can be full-time property manager and in that probably comes into play when we get a reasonable size and scale where the ringling comey's going to justify the expense of employing somebody so that would be the delegated option. And i guess the things to consider how you know whether we wants to be an investor or landlord. A landlord is hands-on. Diy didn't tennis. Toilets sets essentially whereas an invest that looks at their property as an investment and pops values that time and And does an excise actually did. I'll probably will probably rather spend more time doing this style. The other and i'll pay somebody else to do this for me. So decide whether you're to be an invest oral landlord value your time whether you're.
The Disappearance of Brandon Swanson
"Year old brandon. Swanson loved the landscape of minnesota. His home state as a teenager growing up in the small town of marshall one of his favourite activities was speeding down the countryside in his green chevrolet lumina he also loved. Seeing the wind turbines that dotted the landscape. Brandon was passionate about the environment and believed in the importance of renewable resources in two thousand seven after graduating from marshall high school he enrolled at the local technical college to study wind turbines located in the town of can be. His college was only a thirty mile drive from home. The proximity allowed him to commute to classes without having to stay on campus. Five days a week brandon made the forty minute. Try a straight shot down. State highway sixty eight may thirteenth. Two thousand eight was the last day of the academic year rather than go home after his final classes random state out and celebrated with his friends. He started the night at a house party in lind minnesota a town about seven miles south of his home in marshall. He had a few drinks over the course of several hours and then said he was heading to another party in can be friends at the party. Didn't believe brandon was drunk at the very least. He wasn't acting like it so they didn't worry about him. Driving brandon made the mile journey back to can be without incident in joined a second set of friends. He had another shot of whiskey but still he seemed sober enough to drive around one. A m brandon finally headed back home. He said goodbye climbed back into his chevy lumina and drove off into the minnesota night. It was the same drive. He'd made so many times before right down highway sixty eight but this time. He was driving toward disaster at one fifty four. Am and net and brian. Swanson woke up to the sound of ringling cell phone when they answered the call. Brandon told him. He needed their help. He recounted the accident describing how the car slipped off the gravel road and into a small ditch while he wasn't injured and the car wasn't damaged. Brandon said he needed to be picked up. The swanson's asked for their sons location. He said he was on state highway. Sixty eight somewhere between the towns of marshall and lind is parents hopped in their car and drove. It wasn't far brandon and his parents believed they were within a ten minute drive of each other but when a net and brian swanson arrived at the midpoint of the desolate highway between lind and marshall. They didn't see their son anywhere.
The Cabinet Of Curiosities
"Let's talk about dr eugene. Boyne de fall victim to mysterious. Infection was his death which in nineteen thirty two investigation but liberty magazine refers to as the strangest the most bizarre and the least no circus tragedy of this generation a result a supernatural revenge before his career as manager. The you bungee duck built savages star attraction and one of the most infamous kosher misguided. Have flat out. Racist circus sideshows in american history. The doctor was carving a place for himself in the history. Books of african exploration by the time he bought the social of tribespeople so america nineteen thirty key becoming much decorated explore having among other adventures served as naturalists on the nineteen twenty four nineteen twenty five black cruise one of two expeditions sponsored by francis citron company to prove that it was possible to cross africa by motorized vehicles of his you buggies. They were actually members of the sarah tribe in modern day. Chad the monica you bunker came from a ringling brothers and barnum and bailey combined. Our bbc circus spin-doctor female contingent practice lip extension stretching. Both there and laura lives over the years with increasing larger wooden disk former circus historical society president. Richard riddles rice at the explorer. I encountered the tribe in africa during the black cruise. What happened upon his particular group in paris at an ethnological show where he used to be their manager before leading them on a tour through the americas and the united states. You buggies were rb. Bbc sensation shown as part of the circuses. African village exhibit. Because you know. Human zoos were thing which visitors walked through in that concluded with lemons from an actor playing captain callaghan a brave and durable who survived being horribly tortured by aether rochas group of savages and the cameroons who were about to fling his ravaged body until steaming pot of boiling water. After a sadist bees had capitated his penis and testicles. Wow where relations. Between the doctor and his star soon grew sour they accused him of pocketing their salaries which i mean in all fairness he was doing and if you're is exchange in sudan attent witnesses say the doctor emerged badly shaken terrified even a few days later the explorer fledged chicago to sarasota. Florida reportedly fear for his life. Surely after arriving to sarasota on october thirteenth nineteen thirty. He died suddenly of mysterious causes in the end coroner's attributed his death to septic pneumonia possibly brought on by an infection from a pimple on his leg but witnesses who overheard the argument in chicago spread rumors that the sarah tries people who put a black magic curse on him. Ape reported quote from one of the u. buggies possibly generated by the circus spin. Doctor he don't die. We made him die ran. Newspapers and help to perpetuate the rumors of a curse. Liberty magazine describes the explores final moments as spent suffering and agony on his deathbed the victim of an unidentified curse the doctor knew he was doomed. And why but his lips remained sealed and they're in a buys a horrible and fantastic tale. Speaking dark tells and death have you ever heard of a doctor labeling the cause of death as fear. Well that is what happened to the twins. Chang and inc
The Art Of Shooting Hidden Tracks
"But cooling this one today Hidden tracks rather hidden tracks. There's lots of Sort of remnants of you like Clues to the track itself is long quite straightened. Cut through will the the greenery of foliage foliage and and trees will have some trees of now started to grow across. what was the track But there's this small clues to it being a railway once upon a time. So let's get on with the letters. Thank you to michael hong kong for these circus train pages. Now i know not. Everybody is into circus. Must admit after. Wednesday's chatham i'm not a really huge circus fan though addict kid but we've never taken our kids to the to the circus i. I've been to a few went to one a long long long long time ago. Human circus when human circus. He started becoming trendy. And i'm discounting the cirque du soleil here which is a class apart of asleep but this was In a cold ten nicole night the cold harm common which is a play. I think he was awesome coming. Which is a place in hartford in hartford. Share somewhere around there it was It was mainly clowns and for the folks who feel molly squeamish about clowns. You know the way that. I feel about morris men it would possibly have been a kilo cure event. Maybe it was a killer event because an being one since anyway michael says been really enjoying the fertile will conditions of. How many times your son thomas really love train picks. Oh yes he does does a bear. Well you know what i mean so it occurred to me this week. Often walk in part that has various freight trains rolling by when i walk through a casino and a higher. We don't have a lot of passenger trains. Really remember to take pictures. When i'm walking but i'll change that. Oh you must change. That's what this edition all about. Have your camera make some pictures or consult together and as for where you live in ohio with with freight train swore. You'd be thomas's new best mate. You really he loves those big american muscle trains. There is absolute favorite well alongside the trained that we have in this country that we don't have in this area anymore. The classic intercity one to five clause forty-three as or say that it's not a one to five. It's a class forty three high son. I'll get that right next time anyway. Nail i thought about two thousand seventeen when the ringling bros. And barnum and bailey circus was making its loss stop before closing down due to the progressive society. For better or worse they used to stage the train outside. Cincinnati to the east in the performance would live on the train as you can see in the shop between the trains with a garbage bags hanging out the doors. Yes you can on one of the final days before they set out for the last time i did take my newly purchased x t to and sixteen mill. One point four right when. I got into photography much later than i should have unwanted house and took a few paulie frame. Shots didn't do a great job. documenting a piece of history but happy to share the few that i did. So you can. Share those with your. Your son will well. I already have. You might have noticed on instagram Grid yet. I looked in the last twenty four. Maybe they've made maybe they've made them there. We were certainly looking through them together. See yeah thank you. For the pitches these a wonderfully important pictures. Because that's the kind of traveling thing that just no longer exists. Does it perfect for. Today's theme is almost like this was planned here. I am hidden tracks. There you are tracks disappearing not so much the but the trains of course in juxtaposition the to the subject to circuses. Wednesday's show was a real wakeup call. Wasn't that i knew that. Hunting was Was an issue in the world but I had no idea We were at the point of extinction with the african lion and that said the next thirty years. What is under thirty years now. Isn't it the african lion may
"ringling" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"307 $100,000.300 plus $1000. To travel. We set up a Ringling Brothers tent in the took open entire parking lot. To do what we have to do tow meet standards. We have people travel from all over the country to come to the game to see the game. We met the standard to play and we should have played. We have mitigated everything all your loan all year. Meetings. Practices. Neal's housing how we travel If the standard to play with zero positive tests. And we would have never had a season. This game was not canceled because of Kobe. Over. It was just an excuse to cancel the game. And to be honest with you. I don't think it has anything to do with their players. Have no doubt that their players wanted to play and would have played. Same with the coaches. Made for State administration forfeited the game. If they want to play Clemson. In my opinion, they need to come to Clemson, or they need to pay for all expenses. Other than that, there's no reason for us to play him. We were there. We were ready and we met the standards. Standard is the standard and he says they met the standard. All right, so cut to the chase, he said at the very end of that, Cove. It is not the reason that that game got canceled. So he didn't come right out and say it, But what he's saying is, if it's not cove, it And what is it? They didn't want to get their ass is kicked their two and six, So they were looking for a way out, and they found it and was coded. Look again. I know why he's frustrated. They traveled there at great expense. And right before kickoff, they rip the rug. But in defense of Florida state, are they really that afraid of getting their asses kicked? It happens all the time. Now they're used to it. They're two and six. And most of those losses are by double digits. What's another ass kicking? S o. I actually see both sides of that when we come back. Maybe a beef segment. Ricky maybe a Mark Sanchez segment. Maybe both. No matter what those sports update first. Here it is. Here's Rich Ackerman. See me? Yes. Fun Sports flag. Jim. This report is sponsored by Nitsa. There's no such thing as a good excuse for not buckling up Cops writing tickets, so why take the risk? Click it or ticket. There will be only two NFL games this Thanksgiving. The Ravens Steelers rivalry, which was to cap today has been moved to Sunday. Baltimore report He has his many as seven players testing positive this week for covert 19. The Bengals have avoided quarterback with your borrow gone for the season, will reportedly start. Brendan Allen against the Giants Sunday, while the one of nine Jaguars are moving on from Jake Lewton turning to better and Mike Glennon will be making his first start since 2017. Alabama has its biggest game of the year. Nick Saving won't be there. Ford After testing positive for covert 19 and experiencing mild.
"ringling" Discussed on The Mindless Morning Show
"Whole thing. But i like. They have like this like pattern on their skin. Like it's like in. It looked like that it was like like really pure white in the middle and it was still just smooth. Super blake baby dolphin skins mood is like the. The texture had remembered like the dolphins game. It was just why in like pink with like a little bit of like dark pink mixed in in that area. And i i was eating out so naturally just as i would do if i if i had seen a female in real life so i woke up and dude i had the most weirdest feeling in my head i felt like in the only way i have been able to like really describe it to myself even is as if like i had little spiders inside like not like on the top of my head but like inside my skull just like touching ringling sensation. I've never felt but it had to do with like my head. I was feeling all this like weird sensation. I was like would the folks. I went to the bathroom. A win peden went back to bed. Just laying there for a little while still feeling it and i looked at the time this like three forty four a. m. and i was like okay. Whatever they text.
"ringling" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive
"Through. The phone. To defer through with the took the third. With the. And we're live. We are live in. You look like you're in like a cave. I know it's I'm battling with so much lighting issues. Now it's getting to the wintertime. The perfect summer light setup than that had is no longer here. So I'm going to have to spend some time in figure my whole life situation. Alvarado led yeah. Like a ring light or something like that. Yeah. Absolutely. Work ringling would work. Everybody I'm Dan the DELCO and welcome to episode one, fifty, three and five at the high digital marketing from the trenches. We got the producer Matt, Savannah Cheer and this week we have. Yvonne. Automates. Own from the from the Hive Studio Yeah I see that throwing it back a pre covid three pre cova throwbacks for sure that's right and not you. You may not be aware but we actually just We just got a black magic eight hundred mini switcher that we used yesterday for our for one of our client webinars. So awesome pretty cool. Piece of equipment. They're vons not take would then give it. He's on his. Okay. All. Good Friday. Good happy Friday as see being they're happy Friday. It's It's been a it's been a busy week at the at the high this week with you guys. We have been. We have been in going on at fifth gear all week long and shout out to the team. Great Work Everybody. Yeah. We got a ton of programs going live and and Yes. Some exciting programs and really fun stuff that we're. We're getting ready for hallows Ashida. Hello Awesome. See everyone trickling in and I also hear. Through the grapevine that it's somebody's birthday at the high that people were celebrating for. Sure. It was a work of bursary of work of bursary. That's right right. Looking at him right there congrat- their one year rats. Yeah. it's been quite a year definitely an adventurous one from with Oh turn the past year but it was it's been fun. Having you and that's let's do awesome work too. So it's good to have you around for sure. Yeah, one, hundred percent I was I was wondering you said like a few times like it's been crazy and I'm like oh that. Good. Right yeah. We try to try to keep you out of trouble. All right well for this week. So, we're going to be keep going around. You know the theme of holiday, black, Friday's things like that But this week we have a lot of stuff to talk about email marketing campaigns, some tools that we can use some kind of plans and some guys which should should break out really well. Yeah. So I think the theme of this week is not just email but messaging. In general as well, it's e mail is still you know the most effective Especially, if you've concentrated on building their your email lists segmenting tagging understanding, you.
"ringling" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Those were the days brought to you by Brown Chevrolet. Coming up in just a moment, traffic and weather. But on this day in 1907, the Ringling Brothers were bought out by their chief rival, Barnum and Bailey, and they created the Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus. But she didn't know that happened in 1907 On this day in 1934 bank robber Charles Pretty Boy. Floyd was shot to death by federal agents on Ellen Konkle 50 acre Farm near East Liverpool, Ohio. Floyd was named the People's Bandit because of his willingness to burn bank mortgages during robberies that gave many people free homes and farms. So, yeah, they were kind of happy with him when he did that to stay in 1950, a record NFL score in a regular Er season game, The Rams beat the Baltimore Colts 72 27 Ouch. I wonder if the Cowboys would get beat that badly this year, the way their defense is playing this day in 1962 President John F. Kennedy informed the world that the Soviet Union was building a secret missile base in Cuba, and he ordered a naval quarantine a blockade of Cuba. He also demanded that Russian premier Nikita Khrushchev removed those missiles in their bases. And we know things got a whole lot more tense from there this day in 1972 Gene Tenace hit four home runs in the World Series, including two in his first to advance in the Oakland A's pull out a dramatic seven game win over the Cincinnati Reds. It was the first of three consecutive World Series championships for the Oakland A's And their first since 1930. How about some birthdays? Always level born in 1907, Jimmy Emery, Fox. Baseball Hall of Famer with the Philadelphia Athletics. Lots of World Series. Lots of M V. P s. He was the really deal. Born in 1920..
"ringling" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Looks, it's gone. Home run. Manuel Margot, in its postseason debut, launches a two run homer and the raise three Nothing. Lee. That's how it sounded on the Res Radio Network temple. They will now look to eliminate the bluejays coming up this afternoon and advance to the American League Division series. I'm Jason Barrenger. Stay informed during hurricane season with VeloNews Dotcom's Operation Storm Watch brought to you by Morgan Exteriors. It's 705 at NewsRadio Wofl a three days worth of jobs. News begins this morning when paycheck company ADP releases its survey of September jobs created by the private sector. The forecast of economists in a Bloomberg survey is for nearly 650,000 jobs to have been created last month. But as some ad jobs, others air cutting, and that includes Disney, which will slash 28. Isn't jobs and its slumping resort business. The move marks one of the deepest workforce reductions of the cove in 19 era. While that cuts include executives and salaried employees, most being let go your part timers. Investors from Miami have snapped up to retail store fronts on ST Armand's Circle in Sarasota. The price tag $15.5 million According to the Herald Tribune. Limestone As said. Management closed the deal on 3 71 ST Armand's Circle, the current home of a Tommy Bahama store, and 3 62 John Ringling Boulevard, which has three tenants from Bloomberg. I'm Steve POTUS for NewsRadio, w F L A. We always remain all your work is so friendly and it's like being at home. It's mostly like, you know, eating at your mother's house. You know, when I go there, I eat food that I grew up with. It comforts you because Rings back all of those memories. It's.
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"Bill Seward Ko Phi News. Former circus elephants will soon have a new place to live out their lives. Ah Wildlife Sanctuary in Florida is adding 2525 100 Acre home for about 30. Asian elephants, who used to be part of the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus. Their circus clothes and the elephants were retired in 2016, their new home, which will open next year. We'll have nine interlinked areas. With 11 water holes, three barns with veterinary equipment, wetlands, Meadows and woods to Roman Let's go ahead and take a look at the 10. This's a crash in Santa Monica 10 westbound at Lincoln. It's taking up the right lane. Their drivers stop it go from just after Cloverfield way have that works own 60 westbound fervently to the 7 10 3 Right wing Too good to be shut down for road work until 5 a.m. Monday morning Watch for some slowing for Wilcox, Culver City. This is on the fourth row five South bound right before the 90. We have a multi car crash. It's out of planes and on the right shoulder. Watch for delays. As you approach gave. I have. This guy helps get you there. Faster. Bride van, sunny skies ahead next Dad paid for by Yes on 20 to save face Jobs and services, a coalition of on demand drivers and platform. Small businesses, Public safety and community organizations committee major funding from lifting Uber Technologies Times are tough, a pandemic historic unemployment. So what to Sacramento Politicians do pass a new law trying to make it illegal for ride share and food delivery drivers to work his independent contractors. Politicians are taking away driver's right toe work, how they want putting.
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"There pulling out OK 844 542 42. You want to know how you can make Charlie Baker Run away, you know, Want to know how you could scare him. There's a one word Oh, yolk. He hears the word Julio reminds him of the soldiers home from the 76 people dead, and the fact that he's about to become a The defendant in in multiple civil lawsuits by the survivors of the of the soldiers who were killed. But because of his died because of his mismanagement of the Holyoke soldiers all So he he was asked yesterday about the outbreak. Is the reporter put it in in the Holyoke nursing home, 56. I want to speak to this. Not an outbreak. It's not an outbreak. Funny, Charlie. Yeah. What are you? What do you in the Ringling Brothers? Barnum and Bailey Clown College with Camilla Harris. What's up with those laughter? Not an outbreak..
"ringling" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Because you can't have it your way. Even And but yet, we keep saying have your what have it your way. And there's no standard of behavior. There's I mean we see in every aspect of our lives right now even in this pandemic, where everybody sending out whatever message they want, and there's no standard about. This is the right message. Did it take. Does it do you still have trust issues especially when it comes to men? In, all on. An in business. Honest I have trust issues. Where people are in general? I will thin. I extend myself to people. I'm very open But I make sure there's a part of me. That is always safe. By field if I feel myself end say then I pull back until I'm okay I can begin. And I tried to be open to people and I don't think open and safety for me is saying thing but I totally agree with that and I I as only natural as and it's more even more accentuated when the trauma happens as a child but the more you get abused or face abuse the less trusting you're going to be and. It takes for ever to kind of get over that part of YOU DEF- Do you still feel like you've lost party? Yourself would have regained in all back. I think. I. Don't I'm not trying I never tried to gang back where I lost I. Think I'm better. Now than I would've been had the way I was going I. Don't compare Olathe because she was so. In so unhappy and so just in a miserable existence whereas this needs to whites up every warning in there's smile no matter what is going on? There's a sense that. I'm I can make it through. There's nothing is crazy bears bad. There's nothing back can happen to me. That could ever convey. To what has already happened and made it for that. So you know it may I may need you take a deep breath. I'M GONNA, make it through. So I like this person much better than. The person I was so I don't compare out not. Get, ever, gang back some innocence I. Don't think that's something you can came right Innocence is the thing I was kind of looking for in that, and of course, my my trauma in my past doesn't come close to matching what you went through. But I always is often get into this remembering the time when I was innocent when a when I before, I knew all how evil the world could be an long for that just wish I could. Get that back somehow just that that feeling of you know a feeling that the world is is not as dark a place as it can be with people sometimes where where just knowing that evil exists can can way down doesn't sound like you even live with that idea anymore are you are you past that that phase or did you have what I? AM. The beginning I did I spent a lot of time longing for that. But the more. I saw what? The good. That could come out of it. I just like it, it just became a waste of time I choose to grow and I just keep trying to grow. It's like I'm I wanNA grow despite the evil this like kind of like I'm people are saying this pandemic is. An. I. Get that because of the lives are being lost in I, don't mean that. Love the time the I have gotten to fit in read recalibrate. And just become. To who I am in new. Is and before I was just like running ringling learning from one thing to the next. I. Wish Deep Breath. Well, I got one. Right. Yeah and you know what? That's funny that you should mention that I took a weekend off for the first time in in a couple of months this weekend and Friday night I ended up my podcast and I said well, I'm just GonNa do nothing I worked through the weekend but not on on the podcast if I woke up this morning more tired than than I've ever been eloped before I took the break it's like I'm exhausted from from doing nothing. as. I was thinking this morning is like you asked for that break you got it and look what it did kind of burnt you out. So you better off to keep on moving maybe you you shit live works. Yet. I hate this like that. We try to things that were placed things that were doing. So we really never rest. We just keep doing other things like out clean up. The garage because usually we'll be doing this but I do that. But that's not really relaxing relaxing getting a book or putting earphones in. Really right and it is a form of avoidance I suppose and. We. Kind of reminds me of a story. I told a couple of years ago about I have a neighbor who who, Moses Lawn every day every single day. From eight o'clock in the morning till eight o'clock at night in the summertime when when we have that much light and even in the winter, he's out there mowing his lawn and his lawn doesn't look that great i. mean you would think a guy at doing but a woman friend of mine said he's he's avoiding something inside the House he's always working on the outside. It has because he doesn't WANNA face with inside the house and I thought wow, that's really profound. They never thought about that. So I, we talked a little bit.
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"Season and is a day that is marked with memorials and reverence and retired Vice Admiral John bird from the United States Navy share some important thoughts to remember the idea that these men and women over the years it continued to sacrifice or the great because no one is America and alkali family we just need to be very thankful blessed fortunate hadn't had that informed of anyway they died in service to our country we should thank god that such heroes with to all who have served you M. G. C. thank you for your courage dedication and commitment join us in celebrating national military appreciation month read and share thanks at U. M. G. C. dot EDU slash thanks news traffic and weather Tampa bay's news radio WFLA Daytona beach police end up shooting a suspect after they say he attempted to carjack a woman outside a Popeye's restaurant this morning the victim got free of the gunman and called nine one one before officers confronted him and at that point his rifle at them they opened fire when he refused to put the gun down and surrender none of the officers involved were injured more signs of re opening for Miami Dade County residents in the coming week we are Carlos Jimenez says polls in private communities close down as a precaution to fight the outbreak of the corona virus we'll be able to re open on June first including condos and apartment complexes there's also the same day the county's beaches are set to re open as well two historic Sarasota tractors will reopen this week since being shattered due to the coronavirus the Selby botanical gardens will open to the public on Wednesday also on Wednesday the Ringling museum of art will open its doors at fifty percent capacity under the governor's guidelines with Ford as news I am Felix Vega for the for the central credit union hall of traffic.
"ringling" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Offices all Ringling Boulevard you're listening to is south of Venice all the way down and wood it's worth the drive to come see us we we have an office now in the chamber of commerce in Venice come in to see us can't make the drive a little easier for and of your open Brooks will come to see us on Kennedy Boulevard it's worth the drive to come see us that be said as always let's solo for a huge heart full thanks to our police firefighters emergency personnel are teachers what about all the men and women in the military services who are so far from home protectiveness where would we be without them thank god we have them with me as I have fingers bellow Oria you substitute and I also have Natalie thank you for coming in from the morning show this morning Sir having us holdovers from may in Tampa Bay right I think this this you get the level of a sudden I'm hearing a that old Saturday Night Live whip back yeah your family said she said yeah of way just the I won't repeat anything that Dan Aykroyd would have said to Jane curtain that they knew the names of center of gave us came into the one when the Superbowl Super Bowl in us that's a good question I think I'm gonna go with the forty Niners really need to know if I do I was like John Lynch and and you know I did I think it's time that they would again it's been many many years well the last time they were in Superbowl wasn't that Miami also it was it in Miami I believe so when it was Steve young yeah hi I believe again I'm not the biggest super fan but I believe I mean or biggest NFL person but I believe that I believe I believe a woman there so if I may throw my two cents tell okay here we've got a sports expert hang on here forty Niners were in the Super Bowl was versus the Baltimore Ravens in New Orleans when the lights went out to remember that yeah I totally forgot about that one that was a good game yeah and the sheath gal this weekend they haven't won in what fifty around fifty years or something like that so I'm I'm rooting for them okay that be said will that be said I I I know you're talking every day about investing and retirement David and again I'm not anywhere close to retiring myself yet but I play around with stocks options that type of stuff and so I've been doing my own research doing my own reading and lately a lot of the articles I'm coming across our saying that stocks right now or over valued so with your expert opinion what's your take on that what they are and by okay got that's an understatement I thought you receive everything I was reading was wrong if you're reading everyone's starting to read it look two thousand twenty if if you're bullish on the stock market right now you have to be very very careful because there could be really in a crash really at any time now yeah and you read all the Talking Heads seeing it on TV or and and the who usually they're selling something so they're always going to tell you everything is great you need to buy this you know by the the latest big corner marijuana stock only because they're selling if things miscellaneous things but long story short of it is when you look at what what analysts look at this an issue because stock market the higher the valuation of stocks the bigger the sell off and then the bigger the crashes and we're now going into the stratosphere it's it's gonna be a little crazy no one way to look at stock valuations is to see how much people are willing to pay for what they call future earnings the end is for example there's a twelve month price to earnings ratio and currently the P. ratio for S. and P. five hundred companies it stands a almost nineteen percent or not nineteen dollars why is that well we're basically here's a simple way of putting it camp that means you have to pay a dollar a future earnings attempt to make a big nineteen dollars that's the day after five year average is sixteen ten year average is fourteen Iraq nineteen I mean that's kind of scary and when you look at something is totally out of whack like that you know of the old cliche for looks like a duck quacks like a duck and while also like a duck it's a duck then you then you can go to Warren Buffett's favored favorite indicator that's the total market capitalization of your gross domestic product that's our GDP and you compare them well right now it's at a hundred and fifteen percent that also is is terribly over valued and the GDP is got up to over a hundred and fifty so again everything is out of whack you know it's like for example you you walk into a doctor's office you have your blood work done and you're a physician and you see a patient come in any and you're looking at this guy's blood work and everything is out of whack every every categories out of what have you been stalking me and then the house and then the doctor says to the patient well how do you feel is all I feel great I feel I had never felt better and and you were there yeah I actually Sir than curse the you know the physician's pulling up thinking well what is this guy smoking you know but the fact of the matter is that this kind of were at one one other indicator is the the the doctor Robert Shiller the Nobel Prize winner he has that indicator this it's the the cyclically adjusted price to earnings ratio the acronym is perhaps Cape brother CA PA and that basically gives you a good read out a good academic read out of of stock market valuations and presently the Cape ratios is about thirty and what why is that important but that's about eighty percent eighty percent above its historical average and it's been that way for awhile now the last time the Cape ratio was this high was just before the tech bubble and you know what happens to all bubbles if I pop they pop so there you have it I mean we can go on and on this but you know phone numbers out there but there but you look listen to what is inside you I tell people you know worrying about losing money worry about making money why worry why worry be smart this time don't be led to the slaughter house door is one more time like it's two thousand eight it only seems to be that Joe the Plummer Joe sixpack or the last ever really know what's going on and we and you look at these big money managers because that have the big Bucks why is Warren Buffett sitting on a hundred and twenty eight billion in cash think about that for a second because it does one lose any money is being patient you have to be patient it's not like you always have to be trying to make money sometimes the best way to make money is not to lose money not to lose city even even when you're younger if you have a four one K. plan and you've been going all in need dollar cost averaging every two weeks she doesn't have money coming out of your check you know going into stocks and bonds stocks and bonds when you're younger you can afford to ride the roller coaster yeah it's me okay but when you're older well you know come on you can't afford to lose a disillusioned you won't have time to remake it you'll have to remake it and remember if you lose your principal that's supposedly going to give you income some day and and look brought me out of retirement two thousand eight when I got on the radio was I had thousands of houses of clients the Old World War two generation the crystal around back then in the early eighties a little early eighties late seventies and they'll call me up saying they were we going to do some young kid at the bank just flows thirty five percent of what it took us thirty years to make and they were living off of the income off of their investments member this is a generation that latter CD's for crying out loud they wanted to be safe one I haven recall during that time my mother was still alive you know and she was going through that a similar situation and it's them sitting there waiting and waiting thinking well just keep it keep my money there because it's gonna come back soon yeah young people advising them even and they just kept going further down and down and down and yep then what happens is it pending and how they had invested in so many of them lost monies in equities and then what have what happened they turned around and went into si dis the at historical lows and your colors so they never had a chance to really make back well that generation was also very fond of CD's they probably already had a lot there that wasn't making much money for them to know that that's that's exactly the case in a certain look the those are one of the things that you have to look at the space and time where we have another one more issue that people don't bring up derivatives people forget those things remember those within the option because when they were bonding more rain bundling mortgages or I can talk okay that's more the bonds type stuff yeah they were just putting packages together gotcha and the in the great now interest rate derivatives it's hard to believe what a a hundred and forty seven trillion the right back to where they were the last time we had a crash want to certain regulations put into trying prevent they were lot of regulations put and guess what the majority of them were kicked away in the last ten years hello the Wall Street as a lot of power with these policies and there is basically just put away scene I thought those safety nets were there yeah look get ready for retirement you're concerned about where you're at let us help you get a good second opinion go to our website schedule appointments Graham capital advisors dot com how much do we have somebody online right now good online we have Alex Graham the managing director Graham capital advisors in Washington DC good morning dear good morning gentlemen how y'all doing pretty good I guess I got fingers I got Natalie with me today doing well hello hello about your see see what I have to put up with this talking about millennials and to deal with the house the middle it meant only other snotty that bad the war but Alex let me ask you something you know as we look back at two thousand nineteen how does the E. G. D. P. impact the election yeah obviously of of the GDP is one of the top parameters that you know the common voter looks at him is that the headline number it's with everyone talks about on the evening news of those impacts disseminated and ultimately you know it the twenty ninety numbers which have come out for social more in depth about them coming up next but you know they were they were okay they were huge they were amazing they weren't mean office it's better than what we've had during the previous financial crisis but overall the large tear apart that same kind of here if you have average it all out ultimately though it's not the huge huge everyone of Satan numbers the term sort of promised during last presidential campaign so the the the BSA becoming talking point on the flip side though the consistency the feeling that voters have is largely positive on to the other metrics of come out when it comes to how people feel about the economy a recent post ABC poll have that center for something to calm me as good on that definitely throws a few ranches and some democratic playbooks that would like to try and make it on the economy because ultimately if people are feeling things are okay they have a really good reason to want to change things up right now they may not have that you're absolutely correct this is consumer sentiment regardless of things being totally over valued up when people are okay and they're not you know that markets are still hitting records and all this they don't really right look at the downside and and that's just human nature has always been that way and and you know here we are trying to tell people be careful this guy might be falling on the other hand you know Joe the Plummer Joe sixpack they're always the last to find out it's always the last to find out all users of things the economic news trickled down the slowest or they don't find out until factory is closing or suspended on line or is you know scaling back operations in you know that's one of those times can be one of more lacking things will come industry and I mean literally every industry now with the latest survey of CEOs and see a poster pessimistic for the last six months of the year and and there are numerous companies around United States they're having in a rich no reduction in forces they're anticipating they're actually anticipating a slowdown in six months and you know it's kind of chaotic for other companies to get affected by that I've actually got a question if I can jump in for a second are you hearing anything about maybe the house and Senate if they're moving in any direction or making any major legislation for the rest of the year that impact yeah the first year besides the USMC we've kind of lost it all up will be me opposite the one big thing that they do need to work on is of the total budget for next year's so when we get to October that they're you know is obviously some money in place until the election as house formally passed but other than that of most of the the congressmen and senators are on their way or on the way back to their districts to be in the the unfortunately for all a lot of us the campaign season which means our airwaves the mailboxes will be stuffed full before you know it Alex with everything going on now with Washington it's like with the Alexander and and the.
"ringling" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Right it's always sunny it rains the service that our core message as always before we get started that's all offer a huge heart filled thanks to our police are firefighters emergency personnel were teachers and what about all the men and women in the military services who are so far from home and protect us where would we be without them thank god we have them in with that we have offices are Ringling Boulevard in Sarasota Kennedy Boulevard in Tampa Florida and the infamous street in Washington DC three blocks all White House go to our website it's Graham capital advisors dot com well you know Dave just like you said there's a lot of things going on wrong in the baseball world that there's a lot of things that are kind of sketchy in the financial world so let's talk about some things in the financial world they just aren't all they're cracked up to be okay some things that are all cracked and the that's a good question Rogers dart offer Friday here think about this tax advantages you know of course you know saving money on taxes is important in and so it's taking advantage of opportunities to divert the vertex is avoid taxes you know create deductions that's usually a good thing but anytime tax advantages are being hitched as the primary advantage of an investment what is it it's usually a sales pitch you know you won't buy mutual bonds let's say just because their interest free tax free in your not gonna buy an annuity solely because it has a tax deferral to it and you're you're not you won't get a mortgage just for a tax deduction you know in all these cases the tax advantage is really an ancillary benefit not for the reason of the of the benefit and when it when it comes to taxes well what we can we can do a whole sure the whole show on taxes and you know it let me just let me just say this that you think taxes we're going to go up sure Melanie this with think about this for a second with taxes going up our government has made trillions of dollars of on unfunded promises on programs like social security Medicare Medicaid and the only way to deliver on those promises is to raise taxes and some experts have even suggested that tax rates are going to need to double in the next twenty to thirty years just keep our country solvent unfortunately if you're like most people you've save the majority of your retirement assets in tax deferred vehicles you know we don't get pensions anymore so it's usually in a four one K. or IRA so if tax rates go up how much of your money or your really gonna get to keep and think about this for a second a gram Kaplan visors you know our motto has always been it's not how much you have it's not one which it's what you're going to be get getting to keep and if you feel that you're gonna be paying more in taxes than necessary or the just started it and your your your account enter turbo tax says Hey you're paying taxes give us a ring let us try to help you make some sense of all of it anything will get should go go to a good CPA and help you the best way we can go to our website to schedule an appointment it's Graham capital advisors dot com Russian answer to your question what's something that's not cracked up to be think about rates of return right nobody is denying the power of having compound interest over time simple interest compounding interest interest on the money you would have paid in taxes but placing too much emphasis on a rate of return that can be dangerous good at some point in life you know reducing volatility in avoiding losses that could be more important than even maximizing gain so just don't be too focused on the wrong metrics good gosh rates of return are important but you can look at the big picture and another one that people don't think about commission based in that small you know a lot of people think it's great when their financial adviser you know only makes money when they buy or sell something but the reality is that this creates kind of a conflict of interest in you know when you get investment recommendations that that that you know you get from your adviser but in many many many cases it ends up actually cost you more than an actual fee based account them buying something always remember this if you want to for dujour advice go to someone that gets a salary not somebody that is going to be selling things was super selling if things you think for a second and I don't want to sell you something or they're going to get paid more chance come as is common sense human human right now too good question a good question let me ask you this what are some of the stocks that are not getting enough love not getting enough for yeah I have no idea okay not love love love what is I'm trying to think of some Everly brothers songs here hello yeah how about the Beatles all you need is love is love yeah yeah yeah okay yeah that be said okay what what gets doesn't get enough love okay think of liquidity for one case I raise and who it is even the cast trial it value of your life insurance policy you know all of these things have have a place in financial plans but they all come with some quality challenges either because of the nature of the investment of the tax consequences when you when you withdraw the money no matter what your investment account looks like it's always important to have enough money to make sure that it's easily accessible at a moment's notice without taxes or penalties so again in your grand scheme of things make sure you always have a little liquidity no matter what and then another one is predictability think of this investments investments that behave in a predictable manner might not be very exciting but if you're relying on investments for a retirement check were soon going to be getting one this exciting investments are absolutely positively last thing you should be looking for because who needs any more stress on life when we going we're going right now think about what's happening right now I mean it's it's really scary when you think of where the market is going as we are right now the space and time they think this stock market just hit new highs again but why isn't that what is it that most people don't feel better off and I'll tell you it's simple because they're not making as much to pay off their bills in two thousand eighteen the mark and the average American household had an increase of four point six percent in their money's household monies two thousand nineteen two point nine percent your earning power or earning power is going down it's not going up and for the first time in eight years since the Great Recession bankruptcy filings went up last year simply put people can't pay all the bills and and baby boomers an aging baby boomers they're actually in financial jeopardy now because the relying on having under funded for one K. plans and as a live longer than having more higher medical expenses very soon now something has to give then just hopefully is not gonna be with your retirement money that's why I always say if you need help go to Graham capital advisors dot com we know as we're talking here you know when you're approaching retirement you probably have all sorts of questions running through your head these are some of the typical questions I hear when should I start so security can I really retire now should I working of the year two am I paying too much in taxes should I downsize my house Sir should I stay where Matt will listen all those questions become just noise because they're important ask but when you have fifty questions that you're trying to answer the same time it all just becomes noise and we want to take that noise a gram capital and to use an analogy I'm gonna turn into music now all these different moving parts need to be moving together in harmony so that your retirement plans making music not just noise but making music doesn't just happen by accident you need a conductor to.
"ringling" Discussed on KTOK
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"ringling" Discussed on No sitting on the sideline dad podcast
"Oh sure absolutely So I'll I'll give you two quick stories if if we have time okay. One is from a business perspective in one is from relationship. UNSHIPPED perspective So I'll just share the business one just real quick We're offering me through the ringling brothers circus and last year ringling brothers went out of business after being in business for one hundred and forty six years. The reason ringling brothers went out of business. The animal rights activists were Coming down on them because they said that they were abusing the animals and in particular how they treated elephants ringling brothers said that they would not give up the elephants elephants because the elephants and the animals in general was so integral to the circus in other words. You can't have a circus without elephants. All that's what ringling Bros stop but we know that that's not true because Cirque du Soleil is wildly successful and they never use animals. So what happened is ringling brothers. End Up being tied up in court for Fourteen in years crossing twenty six million dollars and they ultimately went out of business and when they talk to them they say well we you know we couldn't give up using animals but the problem problem is all ringling. Brothers had to do is quit using animals in the circus and they would still be in business today. It's funny I didn't really. It didn't really hear much about the news or maybe I just forgot about it. It was it was pretty low key in terms of in terms of news coverage. But this just happened last year. Oh Wow yeah and and Again they had been in business one hundred forty six years and they all they have to do is quit using animals in the circus but they could not bring themselves to do it. That's an interesting I know. I remember hamlet animal abuse. I about that. What was the other started boll relationships? It's awesome. That's the young woman that I know. Lose out in southern California and her name is Nicole. She was married in her. Nicole was actually overweight so she said that she had been fat. Shame not only by the public but actually by her husband One day after she had a baby her husband comes into the bedroom reaches down. Whoa she's sitting on the bed and the excess skin after the baby is delivered? He kinda lift you know. Lift the skin up and says you could be attracted to that now. This is his wife that this guy is talking to. This is obviously a very toxic situation for her but she could not divorce the guy. She could not quit that relationship nations ship because of her emotional attachment to that particular individual now eventually she did. After she quit the relationship she gave up the marriage. She lost all the weight. She became very healthy very happy. She became an author and she teaches yoga so she became a very successful individual. Her her her self esteem skyrocketed all because she was able to give up that relationship and one of the problems with with us in general in terms of relationships and in particular marriage is that again we are quits shamed in other words. If you quit a marriage people look at you in a negative way. There's something wrong with you and it's it's never really. I never really thought of that way. And the honest honest with you. I mean I never thought about quitting him. I was told to finish what you start and always finish what you start doing no matter what. And and that's and quit if you if you don't don't start if you don't WanNa do it and he was like Ah kids at school and they start sports. You know the kids like well. I'M GONNA stomp baseball for example and goes and to practice. I don't WanNa do it or not that same to practice. I'd say more like three or four games. He committed and they're putting all their practicing and he's committed offensive season and it just quits. I mean I might have been as a father author. I would say at least finish out the season put that time in the banquet. We know you didn't have to do it again. That's what I that's what most parents would say. That's what I was telling my son who said I wanted to quit being a Marine Corps off. He he actually ended up Re enlisting so he's he stayed in the Marine Corps but I didn't know at at the time you know. We were having a discussion but that was the advice I was giving him. Don't quit. Don't you know you just stick it out just sticking out. Just do it for the next seventeen years and you'll be crate will bill. Is that really the best advice because if your child is doing something that they don't want to be doing then they you may be squashing their potential you may be squashing. Their creativity their talent their ability to something else if that if that kid playing clean baseball and he has played enough games where he realizes. This is not something I wanted to be doing. This is not something I'm good at. He may be better at football or basketball or soccer. But he can't find that out because we are are forcing him or we are insisting that he stick with this other thing. That's really not working for him so I. I don't know that that's the best advice now. I'm not saying that the that the kids should like you say okay. They play one game. Two Games in the quick So we should probably encourage them to stick to things that at the start but we should not insist on it. If that kid knows that this is just not something for me. That kid is going to be better at doing and something else. I mean that other thing could be poetry. It could be dancing. It could be anything So why should we stifle them and in fact with our children that is the time where they should be exploring things exactly exactly. No good transition is on the way we can get to. The four step process ought ought to be accessible quitter as you know. That sounds very interesting. Being assessed quitter and I think you're I'm sure so what I did is I read every book. Okay that I could find and I studied every theory that I could get my hands on in relation to the idea of quitting and I was able to boil everything down to force simple will steps so what I did is I use quit. The word quit Q.. It as an acronym to sum up my four step process on how to be a successful quitter in other words. How can you even if you quit? Things is GONNA lead to more success and a better life for yourself More for happiness because what we know. Is that if you are doing things that you don't want to be doing is going to cause you stress and stress impacts the body in negative ways as So my four strip process. Q I t q is for. quit quickly quite quickly in other words as soon as you recognize something it does not work. You should quit the thing immediately. That's what successful people are. Wealthy people do ringling brothers for example it took them fourteen years and they I still wouldn't give it up. They should have recognized immediately that this is not gonNa work. Animals are no longer viable. Let's think of some alternatives and I'll the only give you just another quick example of that the Vietnam War when we engaged in the Vietnam War. The United States I came up with. This theory is called the domino theory and the nominal theory research that if we can bring down the north Vietnamese then that can bring down another communist regime and then another one and another one domino's and We would then collapsed communism around the world. Will we got sucked into Vietnam but we know things went bad very quickly so when things started go ahead the president at that time. LBJ He would not give up that effort the advisers told him that it. It's going bad are so we're losing we. This is a no win situation. Our soldiers are being demoralized. His reaction was is we pull out now. Americans Americans will be looked at as losers and American cannot be a loser and besides that all the laws we have all the lives that have been lost before would have been lost in vain but this is ridiculous no matter how many more lash lose it's not going to bring back the other lives so it really doesn't make any sense if you think about it. It sounds like more of an ego thing than any out. I mean an ego. Your Ego comes into play in fact that is the second step in my my four step process so q quick quickly as soon as you recognize is not working. You ought to give it up. And they're refocusing efforts onto something productive. The you is to understand the negative emotions so what we recognize is there are some negative emotions as you mentioned one of those things is maybe your ego. Your ego prevents events you from giving up things that you ought to give up The same as we mentioned like with a with a marriage there's emotional attachment in that relationship that makes you hold on to it even though it's a toxic relationship so if we understand how these negative emotions come into play we can free ourselves to to be able to quit those things that are not working for us. So that's the you you. What is the I Q? Quick quickly you understand in those negative emotions. I is initiate new goals. So win you quit something. You should not just stop doing. You should come up with a new goal so in other words. If you quit a job you need to replace that income whether it's with the new job whether it's entrepreneurship whether it's Investments with two franchise. Whatever the case might be so once you give those that goal you need to initiate some new goal? And that's what puts you on the path to success. Yes If you initiate a new goal it also makes it easier to let go of the old goal so in a relationship is the if you have a relationship in.
Another day, another huge Pixel 4XL leak (The Daily Charge, 9/12/2019)
"Today on the daily charge spotify knows where you live intendo switches new fitness accessories and holy guacamole the Google Pixel four has leaked again daily charged. It's Thursday September twelfth actor Ktar on Alfred and here today story. You're not gonNA believe this guy's the Google Pixel four has apparently leaked again. I'm talking about photos that look like they were taking on a potato one videos in HD the other is in four K we get full looks at the white one black one and the coral version of the four XL L. The colors are limited limited to the back panel. The edges in front are black. That's Square camera. Bump is black on all three so you're going to see it. At the end of one video we get to see a full info on the camera hardware and camera samples night sights seems to be better on the four. Xl The four K. video showed up the phone and we get suspects inside is a snapdragon fifty five processor with six gigs of Ram Alfred. Do you think these videos are the real deal or is this one giant elaborate hoax folks. I mean if it's the latter this gives a lot more attention to the pixel for than I've ever cared about rather than I would hope that some companies smart enough out there to do like some kind on a guerrilla marketing campaign as opposed to come to our event everybody where everyone will be carefully tailored at I. This is a much better approach. More companies should take notice and just have it leak out every time I would love to see a reveal video at the pixel four reveal where they actually like remove the backdrop all these leaked videos like Google offices just kind of goofing around because that would be kind of a new way to get attention because these leaks are piling up. He says he just really bad photos and far away video radio but these things are full on almost tours of the devices. I'm getting a lot more attention than the actual event like happen. I welcomed welcome this new version of hyper training. This is what you want. Yes just do that. Don't make people fly across the country and commandeered dumb events and then have bloggers clapped there for no reason reason the event is rumored to be October fifteenth so we've got a month is three days of that just just do one intendo directors with like the videos just everything then ten rows and do that for their events. France they don't even they barely show up to eighty three definitely a different approach. Maybe we'll find out this is all Google's doing next up. spotify is now asking for location occasion data from its users seems kind of strange for a music APP Alfred. You wrote the story. What can you tell us yeah so spotify started on September fifth basically weekly asking for location data. If you're on a family plan so that's the family plan is fifteen dollars for six people and they wanna do that to avoid abuse because they they think that families should all you have to be under one roof for the family plan but for spotify yeah for six people can say hey we're family. If you go to college and you're part of a family take away spotify said you can use our our student plan for that so they they want it specifically for people in the same house why I asked about you know because like obviously really not all families like live together all the time but they they are worried about people who pretend to be families and say like hey our family only pay like two fifty for spotify instead of what it's like ten dollars a month instead if if you're paying for like normal premium so they're worried about abuse like that the problem with privacy the concerns is spotify and it's fine print says they'll be checking from time to time not exactly saying when they're going to be checking for your location data which has some people riled up about you know. Why do you really need my location like more than once or anything like that. So what if you accept the location data thing in the beginning and then you turn off the location settings for that APP spotify stop working at some point. It's unclear so they in terms of services. They said they cancel it if they suspect effect any kind of fraud or abuse but it doesn't really mention like how often they're gonna be policing it or anything like that. Sounds strange got to define a family under a roof. I think I've the court cases about this. This is a whole other mess thank spotify at finally. Nintendo announced new accessories for the Nintendo switch. One is called the Rincon. The other is called leg strap attach joy. CONSTA- both then you strap on the leg strapped hold the Rincon. This is how you control the new ring fit adventure game to move in the game you jog in place other functions use the Rincon. The accessories will be sold with the game as a bundle and it's coming October. Alfred wasn't intendo always want people to get up off the couch. I think because Nintendo wants to be the new tai-bo they WANNA billy. I was just watching that video and look at that like I'm. I'm expecting you know workout. DVD's training videos they're gonNA raise a whole army of buff kids like based off Nintendo switch either that or they they are super into getting kinky like you've seen the strap I mean come on guys yeah so when it comes to Nintendo getting into buff children as you put it. They've tried this with the we and we had an army of super children that happened and then the we you that tanked. There's six superhumans yes. They could have had it if if people actually bought the we you it seems Nintendo hasn't tried to do this kind of motion control back on the switch yet because it was really popular on the we it was good on the we you even that that was not very well selling console. You think this is going to be the start of more of these motion based Games back on the switch they did. I mean one of the first Games was one to switch where a lot of it was motion control. They had that like like wild west shooting game and the cow milking one fitness games not so much by I think it'll be more of like a one and done with this one. I don't think it'll be like lavaux where they're like releasing like multiple versions of every now and then which is another way that they've been trying to use. He's like motion sensor stuff the ringling it seems kind of weird. I want to know how much cost like if it's pretty cheap I can imagine it taking off in a way but the way it is now. I I don't really know I'm looking at these things. These devices just seems like all right. Can I use this with a switch late probably not unless I get another set of joy cons also so who's GonNa try a fitness game on a five inch also. Just give us another weep taxing like what everyone I want us. We sports resort back yeah. That's what I want. Make it happen but the daily charge which I might as actor I'm Alfred. Thanks for joining us.
It's National Unicorn Day!
"What's unicorns? You have a daughter so uniforms too big for you. Right. It is everything in my house right now. My daughter lives and dies by eunuch realize unicorn pajamas unicorns on the bed pillows with unicorns. Everything is unicorns. Now. See I don't I don't live in the world of unicorns, but they're wonderful mythical creatures Eddie, do you remember? In the mid eighties. When they when the guy did the hoax with the unicorn s and the woods, and he's like there was a whole world for like twenty seconds thought that was a unicorn, and this is going to be creepy, and everyone hates the circus. Anyway, now it's out of business, but Ringling Brothers for a while one of their star attractions was a unicorn really, and I'm not quite sure how they created that unicorn. I don't think I want to know, but they used to try it out this beautiful white horse that had somehow a fix to its, and I don't wanna know how it happened. But the for a while in the eighties. That was a big deal was at hoax. Yeah. Yeah. They've they've come full circle unicorns have been popular since ancient Greece. And the ancient Greeks believed they lived and exotic India see, that's the beauty of the internet. You can't fool anybody with that show any more back then. Yeah. You said it's over there and create a store and everybody buy into it. Oh, yeah. They live in India is a bunch of unicorns over there their magic the poop custard. Whatever may wrong. Yeah. So yeah, I look if you got a kid, then absolutely. You're into the unicorn. Craze. That's happening right now. However, if you're an adult and you still love the unicorns. Maybe you wanna look in the mirror say, maybe ridge, just I mean, I know I'm a guy in a room full of Batman toys, keep it contained. Just talk about antiques, usually and move on. Well, I'm saying if it's an antique unicorn, then maybe you can go with it. But if you're the person who's got like a bunch of unicorns on your desk at work and stuff, and it's a Batman unicorn hang onto how dare user you're calling me a hypocrite. I won't stand for it. All right. If you like unicorns. Go ahead. Go nuts. Ed. He's got a point today is also national name yourself day. We have
A review of the new Dumbo
"We just came out from watching Dumbo, and what did you think? Oh boy. Okay. So this is to be to be a kid's movie. And that is what it is a did Disney. Tim Burton's his movie, which is kind of a kind of a weird combination. I tell me I was Tim Burton. I would never ever guess that. That was a timber movie. As of one of the main villains. He looks like the guy the referee from. So if you all. On a lot of movies. I'm telling you, man. He's good at it. He's he's a good scary, bad guy. So of course, you know, this is a this is a very kids movie. It's a it's a remake of a very. It's a cornerstone of Disney's again library and union. So the poster of debris, and I think that was a straight up copy of what they actually will dreamland look a lot like it's like Ringling meets Disney for dream dreamland. And I mean, that's that's about as best as I can do it the overall story. I mean, the original Dumbo so Connick and men, it's it's I think if you if you re watch the original your comet get a better story about Dumbo because I don't think this was actually a good story about dumb. It was more of teaching a lifeless almost almost like, you know, anti business pro animal animals, and you know, and at the end, and this is this is a foreshadowing I mean, this was back in nineteen ninety one hundred years ago at nine thousand nine hundred and so this two thousand nineteen. Don't see you still haven't told me if you liked it. Yeah. I don't I don't know. I I was in different of it. I'm gonna go with you. I. I, you know, they're cartoon invoked so many emotions does when I watch it every time they separate him, and his mom, I tear up and this one bit. I didn't I didn't. I was. Well, maybe because we were already realized that. But I tried to be I wanted to be said, I could not didn't invoke any emotion. Happy sad or otherwise with me. It wasn't bad movie though. It was a good movie. Yeah. I mean, it's a it's a busy timber movie. So I director Iconex movie studio, but kind of actors. Yeah. And adding was a little devito Farrell Keaton. I mean, don't get me wrong. The. Doctors were amazing. The acting was a little like force. But don't take our word for it. What are some of the people watched it? Yeah. Probably a good idea. We have. And Bobby, and we came out of Dumbo. Would you guys think about the movie? Q it kept like some of that innocence with an also brought like real life situations that happens. Casseus? On us. I I was seeing because of my girlfriend. I think shown a greater message about keeping animals in out of captivity. Yeah there. There was a pretty greater message at the end, you know, about the animals and captivity, you know, especially with barley kind of getting rid of all their their animals, and then so so out of let's say ten feathers. What how many feathers do you get this? Million feathers. You're off the scale. I give it a night. Wow. Oh, so you guys really liked guys enjoyed it. Reading for Dumbo to the revenge. Come out. Well, thank you so much. We'll see in the movies. Are it must be couples nights? And we got a couple more people saw Dumbo. What's your names? Josh, what did you guys think? Good memories. But a lot of memories a lot of members you like how the they made an hour and a half movie out of a sixty minute. Yeah. Cartoons. Yes. It was well worth well worth it. So did you get the overall message at the end? I mean, I cry got the message message. Yes. So I mean, that's a big thing since this was place in nineteen nineteen one hundred years later now, we're in two thousand nineteen do you think the movie still holds up? Definitely. And I feel like now even more. So with people, you know, going forward with animal rights xactly so out of ten feathers. What do you guys give it? Tinton while ten ten. There you go you guys from. Josh. Thank you so much. All right. We're here with Robert in rubber just came out of the Dumbo move. What do you think Robert about the movie good? Good. Yeah. Dumble it'll it'll it'll pull on your heartstrings there. And so out of let's see when you were watching the movie, what did you feel about Dumbo? Did you sympathize him? I know this is almost like a learning experience. What did you think about Dumbo? Do you think he him and his mom are happy at the end. Yes. Do you think it was worth the whole place burning down for it? Yes. Did you watch the regional cartoon? And I'm pretty sure we're gonna get a lot of those answers because the ritual cartoon was very old very old and want to date myself. But yes, very old. So so yeah. Out of ten feathers. How many feathers did you give this? Ten out of ten you heard it from Mr Robert himself. Thank you so much. Thank you, sir. Well, you heard it from the crowd themselves of everybody loved it. And some people really loved it. And there's gonna be a common theme that these most of these kids that watch the this this movie. And have not seen the original. So they're probably gonna get a lot more out of it. I don't think this movie's meant for me, and you the minority I guess, we're the minority. Everybody the lowest they gave it was a nine for our audience here. So it's a it's a good. It's a good. I guess I guess not the target audience the audience love it. It's a it's a busy movie. So it's very polish. It's very good. And like I said they would have had any other director wouldn't matter. Probably it was. I'm just wondering how they trained that guy to fly that elephant because I couldn't have been easy. Yeah. It was a he needed that feather. He did he did a really good job of flying. Well, yeah. Heard it from us. You heard it from the peanut gallery, and we also want to a couple of people while we're here at Alamo draft house at this time. Because there's nothing up there is this a bright light. So and we're also thinking somebody else here Ray work productions apparently somebody shirt, there's a floating stick or they're in front of nobody's gonna give you a shirt a disembodied sticker. It's like. I wanna sure give me a sure exactly there now. I gotta sure yeah. We go.
Chinese space station falling: Chances of getting hit pretty "slim," expert says
"Four that's eight six six eight four four seventy three forty four the depot songs space junk comes to mind as a defunct chinese space station the size of a bus is about to come crashing back to earth around april i give or take a couple of days the chinese lost contact with it and six twenty sixteen and where it will hit is anyone's guess scientists for the most part believe that most of it will break apart and burn up before ever hitting the ground still debris could fall just about anywhere including a large section of the us stretching from northern california to new york but scientists point out the odds of getting hit by a piece of space junk extremely low abc's with johnson grammy winner yovani elleman jesus christ superstar saturday night fever fame and her husband alan alexander got fourteen days for trying to get into guam with marijuana and suspected meth they'll sentence in hawaii where they live watching drug courtroom proceedings a clown is running for congress in south carolina no a real one steve low isn't just embracing his past with a website called clown for congress he's celebrating it impressively juggling five balls in this video introducing himself and i'm running to represent south carolina's fifth district one two three four five but low says he's more than a circus act he supports a single payer health plan and says he's running for kids affected by gun violence he has degrees from dartmouth and the ringling brothers barnum and bailey clown college his slogan aim high vote lowe see you later scott goldberg abc news this is abc news komo news time seven oh four aaa traffic.