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A highlight from Is THIS The Worst Real Estate Market EVER? (Just The Facts!)
"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money, and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. Julie Harris, I have a question for you. You write for Housing Wire, National Association of Realtors, California Association of Realtors, Florida Association of Realtors. You wrote one of the bestselling real estate books. Well, you did 90 % of it if we're being honest, Harris Rules. You've been referred to as the number one real estate coach in the nation and we're America's number one coaches according to National Association of Realtors. So I have a question for you because I'm positioning you as the authority figure of the authority figures. Is this the worst real estate market of all of our lifetimes and let's just make that 50 years? Yes, actually it is and it may feel like that to many of you, our listeners, but we're talking about the worst in terms of sales. Now let's put some numbers to that and in fact, today's podcast, we're going to talk about six key facts on how to use the information with your clients and prospects because you do have clients and prospects. Now let's just define what that means though and then I don't want to stump, I won't trip over too many of your points because I don't want to discourage anybody. We'll keep it positive today. Well, so good news is that in the worst real estate market ever, there's still going to be roughly 4 million home sales. 3 .96 million is the projection as of yesterday. Not that Julie hasn't memorized. Weirdo. You asked. I know. All right. So let's just say 3 .69 million. 9 .6, but yeah. Okay. Got it. Okay. We wouldn't want to round it up to 4 million, would we? Roughly. In any event, and if I remember correctly, there's less than 700 ,000 new construction homes. Right. So just focusing on the resale aspects of it. So roughly 4 million home sales, that's still 8 million, you know, sides, right? So there's 8 million commission checks that were written to, you know, a lot of different real estate agents. So you got to put that in perspective because there's, I don't know how many agents there will be at the end of this year, but let's just say around 1 .6 million, and that's probably meaning that roughly 30 % of all real estate agents are transacting in probably meaningful numbers. Yes. We know that to be pretty accurate. And statistically, that's how it usually works out too. Sure. The distribution curve essentially of real estate transactions. Some people have it as a side hustle or a part -time job, but the ones that are serious is about 30 % of that crowd. Now here's the thing that's interesting. We're going to share with you guys a lot of facts, but there's, right now, when you think about all this, there's roughly 4 million real estate transactions setting aside new construction. And if we know that that is essentially the bottom of the market for at least all of our lifetimes, which it really is, this is a tougher market than even, I think the real estate crash, truthfully. In many ways, that's true. Well, there certainly wasn't a lack of inventory back in 2007, 2008, 2009. Well, the joke back then was we should have an MLS that was stuff that wasn't for sale because it'd be smaller than the stuff that was for sale. So yes, I would say that our lack of inventory, our continued starvation of inventory makes this a tougher market. And yet still almost 4 million deals. So the point is, is that in the worst market ever, listeners, here's your big takeaway. There's going to be at least 4 million transactions, which makes, if you know what to do to make the most of this market, you're still going to do incredibly well. Because those are 4 million people that had to sell. They're focused on absolutely positively selling. And that's the heart of the coaching that Julie and I have done for two decades, is focusing primarily on sellers and then learning how to fish out the sellers that absolutely have to sell, not want to sell. And here's validation of it, you have roughly every year, even, I'm sorry, in the worst real estate market in decades, you still have at least 4 million transactions that are going to happen. Now, here's the good news. This is probably the bottom, let's say this cycle we're in now is probably the bottom. The sheer number of people, demographics here, listeners, that are going to want to transact in the next, you know, 1 to 5 to 10 years is off the charts historically in the most amount of demand in certainly the history of the United States. And I'm saying that with 100 % conviction when you factor in the sheer number of humans that are at the perfect age or cycles in their lives to buy or sell real estate. So even if we are at the bottom of the market now, and you could certainly blame interest rates and lack of inventory, that will not last. And when it pivots back, we will be experiencing a real estate boom like we've never seen before in the history. So that's, imagine, remember those old, what are those things called that people used to put on their desk? A pendulum? Pendulum or something. Yes. You know, they made that noise. The swinging thing. The swinging thing with the silver balls or whatever. It goes back and forth. Yeah, exactly. So what's happened now is essentially it's gone off over to one side, it's going to swing back to the other side. Now, when will that happen? 18 months or less, 24 months or less, because Julie and I, we pay very close attention to obviously interest rates as a lot of you guys do. And there was a little news report that came out yesterday, which I'm sure no one's reporting on. And Julie, you might want to tell your friends at HousingWire about this. There is reasons to believe that Fannie, Freddie are going to come out of receivership. And once they do, they're going to start buying MBS. Now, what does all that mean? One of the reasons that the interest rates have increased is because the Fed is no longer buying mortgage -backed securities. Don't worry. I will not talk about this for very long. Warning. Warning. It won't be that boring for that long. I just want some of you out there who are wonkish like Julie and I. So when Fannie and Freddie come out of receivership, which it looks like they're going to, that means that they're going to start buying mortgage -backed securities. When they start buying mortgage -backed securities, that means the interest rates are going to fall again. Aha. Yes, which is all good news. And it looks like that's going to happen next year, if not in the next six months. So that's kind of exciting.
Fresh update on "stump" discussed on Game of Crimes
"So let's talk about that for a second, because, you know, people can read your book to get into a lot of the personal stuff about family and stuff. I wanted to focus really on tradecraft, the operations and what you did. But with you being in the United States, after while it like familiarity breeds contempt, you go, oh, you know, nothing's really happening. You kind of get into your work. You're doing your job right at an insurance company, right? Yeah. Yeah. It was a program at an insurance company all that time, for sure. When was the first time you worried about your own personal safety that you thought, I mean, a lot of people get, you know, Murph, you and I have talked about this too. You're on surveillance and you go, I've been blown. I've been blown only to realize the person you were never blown. You just kept thinking that. But when is the first time you recall getting, I don't want to say paranoid enough, but to think, hey, the FBI is onto me. The counterintelligence people are on my tail. Well, okay. There was a situation where there was a break in into my apartment and the stereo equipment was stolen. And so obviously I had to be concerned. And what I did, you know, I did counter surveillance and there was no sign. The reason that this helped me determine that this was a break in is because I was told I was the best student in Moscow with regard to counter surveillance. Every practice route I did where I was either being followed or not being followed, I always was right. And it was a contest between the best surveillance team and me and I beat them every time. So that helped me determine that this was a break in. And the other thing is I was taught how to find out whether my mail was being opened. So you take an envelope, you put some little message, take an envelope and when you glue it, you leave about one inch unglued. And this is what they told me. So you now mail this from some address in a big apartment building. And when it comes back to you, you open this thing. And if this is fully glued, that means some machine glued it back together. I don't know. One more thing. I had a couple of measures in my apartment that I checked every time when I came back from work. I placed my shortwave radio at a certain distance from the edge of the table. And I had a chest of drawers where one of the drawers had sort of an overhang that you couldn't know whether it was read that it was closed all the way or not, unless you went below it and see, oh, wait a minute. It's not quite close. And I left this eight millimeters open and that was routine. I checked it. That wasn't touched. So when I went back to Moscow and I told them that there was a break and they were like really concerned and said, maybe you shouldn't go back. And I told them, yeah, I'm not finished. I'm going to try to get a passport. You know, just like I couldn't fail. And they trusted me and I was right. So that was the first time. The second time was more serious when I received the danger signal. It was a red dot on a support beam for the subway. And that meant get out of the country. Don't ask any questions. Don't even go back home. And that was part of your communications plan, right? How often did you check for that contact signal or danger signal or meet signal? It was on my way to work. So it was every day, pretty much. But it was routine. You know, I always looked at it and I never expected anything. And one day there it was. And sorry, but I have to be truthful. The only thought that came into my head was shit. And I kept on going back to work. Because I wasn't prepared to go. Because, and this is where the L-O-V-E word comes into play. I had an 18 month old girl daughter, beautiful girl. And I had watched her grow up. I lived with a mother who I had married who became a citizen. Because I helped her get the green card and become a citizen. So I was married and lived the married life with this beautiful child. And the one thing that I was trying to figure out, I was going to go back eventually. I figured how do I take care of this girl? Because mom had only four years of schooling. She would have grown up in poverty if I leave. So I wasn't ready to make that decision. So I went to work. I couldn't really do anything. Immediately, I started counter surveillance. I started all the measures that were at my disposal to figure out whether something is bad. Now, after that signal, this was on a Monday, on Thursday, that was my regular scheduled radio transmission. That's when they told me, you need to leave emergency the FBI. We have reasons to believe the FBI is about to arrest you. Okay, so whatever measures I could take, and I went back and forth. I honestly, the same way when I made the decision how to join the KGB, I was with this 50-50. But this wasn't 50-50. My rational thinking is you got to go. You got to go. Even if you stay, if you're arrested, you're not doing the girl any favors. So this was very emotional. And this is how I make the decision. And so before the decision point came, they actually broke the rule. Because they now send radio transmissions every day. And I didn't respond. I was supposed to acknowledge that I had received a radio transmission with a signal someplace. And I didn't do that. I was silent. So they didn't know I could be sick, whatever. I could have died. So they sent one of the agents to contact me. And that was against the rules, by the way. But they broke that rule. And he approached me on a subway platform early in the morning. They knew my way to work. I had to tell him that. And that's when the second famous sentence was uttered in my life and where he whispered into my ears, he said, you got to come home or else you're dead. Wow. As a psychiatrist would say, and how did that make you feel? You know, I chose to ignore this because he spoke with a heavy Russian accent and he probably used the wrong word. He should have used busted or something like that. I just like, I could not get into a negative thinking mode. Because everything that happened to me in my life up to that point, I was pretty successful so I couldn't imagine being caught by the FBI, even though I had to take it seriously and I had to take the dead word seriously. So in the next radiogram, they called me to a dead drop operation where they were going to hand over the passport and money to get out of the country. So I went to that operation, not knowing what I was going to decide, but at least I would collect the money, right? Hey, Jack too, this is all happening in New York, in and around New York, right? Yeah. So, and the reason I'm thinking of that too, the reason you got approached, right? Because the other thing, just so people realize too, in New York is also the United Nations, which creates a diplomatic presence so that these folks can operate and come contact you. Absolutely. There would be Soviet embassy diplomats, as well as United Nations employees that work, some of whom work KGB, probably a lot of them. So I went to the dead drop operation and uncharacteristically, they scheduled that for nighttime in a park in Staten Island. And that was a spot that I found described, it was very easy to find. It was maybe a couple of hundred feet into the park, a tree stump that was hollowed out at the bottom. And that's where I was going to find a crushed oil can. And as you know, the protocol for a dead drop is there's a signal that's sent by the guy, by the individual who places the container in the spot, saying, okay, it's there, go get it. And the signal was there, so I go to the spot, no problem finding it. And there was no oil can. So there was nobody in the park, so I had a flashlight and I went around and maybe he dropped it accidentally someplace else, nothing. 15 minutes, I walk out and as I'm walking out of this park, my subconscious fed me the decisions as I'm staying. That was not arrived by logical thinking. And nowadays I'm thinking that I'm not really in charge of my own life. It's my subconscious that constantly feeds me stuff that I'm not looking for. So yeah, and so for the next three months, I took more defensive measures, particularly after I sent them the goodbye letter, I sent them my last letter in secret writing, I told them that I'm not coming and to make it, to avoid my German family being damaged by my decision and for them not to come after me. Because one thing I did know that they treated defectors not very nicely, so I wanted to avoid for them to think that I was defecting. I told them I'm not defecting, I'm not going to betray East Germany and the Soviet Union, but I can't come because I have HIV AIDS. Now, I didn't know that they were going to buy into that.
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 10/02/23
"The United States Border Patrol has exciting and rewarding career opportunities with the nation's largest law enforcement organization. Earn great pay with outstanding federal benefits and up to $20 ,000 in recruitment incentives. Learn more online at cbp .gov slash careers slash USBP. I went and read a book on Marx, a quartet practiced in the park, and we sang dirigence. The great Don McLean, Don McLean, McLean, the music died, is 78. We were singing bye bye. So Mike Gallagher is 11 years old for American Pie and I do too. Is this eight and a half minutes of masterpiece or just a butt whipping? I run across people who go, American Pie, ugh, what's the matter with you? I think it's a masterpiece. You know, disc jockeys always loved it because it was the song they put on when they had to go to the bathroom. Stairway to Heaven, Sweet Judy Blue Eyes, Mike Crosby, Stump Fashion Young, yeah buddy. I need a potty break. It is time. Well listen, here we go, first Monday in October, a Supreme Court in session and some fascinating decisions they're going to have. We got all kinds of shenanigans and hijinks happening with the Republicans and Matt Gaetz and I want to start something, I want to start a conversation with you about this rift between Kevin McCarthy and Matt Gaetz and the punditry that has decided to go after Matt Gaetz. This is very interesting to me. I get it. I appreciate, I'm going to speak for me and then I want to find out, pick your brain on where you think this is all going with the aversion of averting the government shutdown, no funding for Ukraine in this particular resolution. That's right. So we've taken out the funding for Ukraine, the government doesn't get shut down and the Democrats continue to implode as Gavin Newsom appoints a woman from Maryland to replace the Dianne Feinstein. Now they're scrubbing all references to the fact that she lives in Maryland because her dedication to abortion trumps everything else. Yes it does. You don't have to be a Californian to be a California senator. You've got to be all about abortion, which is we have got to, boy, I've got my final week of my preborn campaign and I hope people will make a contribution just to counter the nonsense going on in California right now with Gavin Newsom and this Emily's List lady. But let me go back to Matt Gaetz for just a moment.
"stump" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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A highlight from Bitcoin Mining Update with Phil McPherson, Riot Platforms + Top 5 Most Essential Thing to Know When Beginning Your Bitcoin Journey - August 10th, 2023
"Hello, and welcome to the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast brought to you by Swan Bitcoin, the best way to buy and learn about Bitcoin. I'm your host, Alex Danson, and we're excited to announce that we're bringing the Cafe Bitcoin Conversations Twitter Spaces to you on this show, the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast, Monday through Friday every week. Join us as we speak to guests like Michael Saylor, Len Alden, Corey Clifston, Greg Foss, Tomer Strohle, and many others in the Bitcoin space. Also, be sure to hit that subscribe button. Make sure you get notifications when we launch a new episode. You can join us live on Twitter Spaces Monday through Friday, starting at 7 a .m. Pacific and 10 a .m. Eastern every morning to become part of the conversation yourself. Thanks again. We look forward to bringing you the best Bitcoin content daily here on the Cafe Bitcoin Podcast. All right. All right. Good morning to all of you Cafe Bitcoiners. It is what is today, Thursday. The 10th of August, 2023, another amazing day in Bitcoin. There is so much going on when I first started looking around this morning for what was going on out there, it was looking actually kind of sparse, but then we started digging up some interesting pretty things that are occurring, so lots to talk about today. We're also going to be covering basically like the five top things that the crew thinks is important in a new person's Bitcoin journey, so we'll be talking about that. So good morning, Peter. Good morning, Dom Bay, Jacob, all of you regular Cafe Bitcoin listeners and anybody who's new. Welcome. Good morning, Alex, Peter. Good morning. You know what I was thinking about this morning, Alex, when you're talking about the year and the date, we don't have hoverboards, we don't have flying cars, but we do have Bitcoin. And so for that, I'm grateful. Yeah, man, I mean, it might it might be the most important invention that mankind has ever stumbled across. Why say stumble? It was pretty intentional. But I guess, you know, there's this whole there's this whole discussion over whether it's a discovery or whether it's an invention. Right. Like when man discovered how to make fire and how to utilize fire, that's one thing. And then the same thing with electricity. But I guess you discover this primal thing and then you invent ways to use it and harness it. So it's a it's a it's a interesting series of things. Good morning, Tomer. Do you have thoughts on this? I'm sure you do. Like, I'm sure you've thought about this a lot, actually. I've just joined. Are you asking the question, is Bitcoin a discovery or an invention? Yeah, I mean, yeah, yeah, I've had this debate a couple of times. I think all inventions are discoveries, right? You discover how to make this, how to how to make an automobile. So it's the invention is the first time someone puts something together that's manmade. So inventions, inventions require an inventor. And so they they have to be something that's manmade like you. You can't invent a tree. It mankind. precedes You can't invent democracy. And so I do think Bitcoin qualifies as an invention. And all inventions are in the sub, like if you imagine this Venn diagram, all inventions are in the circle of discoveries. So that's my view. So it is an invention and it's also a discovery because someone discovered how to make an automobile. They discovered how to start a fire. They discovered how to make Bitcoin, but Bitcoin being an entity that's very carefully assembled and fine tuned and everything is an invention. It's like it's like this fine tuned machine, like a clockwork thing. So it's both. And it's both because all inventions are discoveries in my in my view of things. But are all discoveries inventions? See, this is what I'm this is what I'm getting. Yeah, that's what I'm getting at is if you have this growing on a tree. I didn't I didn't I didn't invent the apple growing on the tree. Right. But I may have I may have invented a way to harvest apples that didn't exist before. And, you know, the first person who stood on a tree stump invented the stool because they they're using something other than how nature prepared it for as a tool.
"stump" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
"Little snowflakes gathering on the windowsill. Is that normal for the crick? Absolutely not. I think I put my frosty hand up to the window. And I guess maybe forget that open up the window and I get out the window. Sweet, yeah. To go be in the snow. Slide open the window here and you climb out. And you see that snowflakes are falling from the sky, but only specifically around this area of the stump. And it is eerily quiet. It is eerily quiet at the crick, it would seem that many of the people that were dealing with all of the various crises around town have finally gone off to bed, all you hear is the quiet creaking of trees near the stump out in the Woods and you see the tree closest to the stump. Where the snow is kind of falling around, begins suddenly losing its leaves, the leaves begin falling slowly at first, but then it begins quickly shedding them. And in the bark, you see the face of oberon. The season is changing in the Craig. And you. I think I hold up my frosty hands and look at them and say, yeah, I've kind of been noticing that. I think seeing my mother in your vision that you shared with us sort of brought her memory back really vividly. Wonder is a time to remember. Yeah. Right? Yeah, she would say that. It's like a time of reflection. I guess that also, I don't know if you remember colder. Do you remember him? Of course. He was the not frog. I'm familiar with the three of you. All right, you've been spying on us. Not spying. Well, do
Donald Trump Is Officially Back on the Campaign Trail
"President Donald Trump really hoping that people remember how things used to be. And we have incredible people. You know, when you think of what we've done, we had the largest tax cut in the history of our country. We had the largest regulation cuts in the history of our country. We had the safest southern border in the history of our country. We had the least amount of drugs and decades and decades. Right now it's ten times the drugs are pouring into our southern border as when I left. Think of that ten times. Not a 100% more. Think of that. Ten times what's coming in like water and cheaper than candy, fentanyl, you buy cheaper than candy. You can go buy a candy bar, of course you're much more than fentanyl. Some popular themes from the past, including not just the drug and border situation, but of course the economy which you heard him mention. He talked about those tax cuts sort of the antithesis of what we've been seeing in the current economic environment. We're going to have more on that in just a moment, but is Donald Trump hits the campaign trail there in New Hampshire. You got to ask, where the heck is Ron DeSantis who allegedly is running against him, at least that's the word on the street. I'll believe it when I see it only because I think there are reasons, including his youth, shall we say, not really youth, but younger age, there are some reasons where he may be tempted to wait it out, nonetheless, he has not been stumping in New Hampshire he doesn't have the name recognition, for example, if a Donald Trump in New Hampshire, he has not been visiting South Carolina and thus it's unclear. At this moment in time and he may be just trying to keep his powder dry, whether or not he's indeed serious about 2024,
Michelle Obama Will Run for President According to Joel Gilbert
"I did a deep dive into Michelle Obama's life story in history. And the reason I did that is because I noticed a couple of years ago that Michelle Obama was following the exact same formula as her husband Barack did to become president. Barack had a voter registration organization called project vote in Chicago and Michelle founded something called when we all vote. And she's been running around the country giving these political stump speeches for Democrats for a couple of years. Barack was also the keynote speaker for John Kerry in 2004. The keynote speaker, the Democrat convention, is kind of the position they give to the person that they think will be the nominee. The next convention. Sure enough, Michelle showed up as Joe Biden's keynote speaker and introduced him at the Democrat virtual convention in 2020, and then of course Barack kind of based his candidacy on his personal story. He wrote that book called dreams from my father, big bestseller. Sure enough, Michelle wrote an autobiography called becoming in 2018, and she did a world book tour on it, just telling her life story in life history. She even followed it up just about four or 5 weeks ago after the midterms she came out with the light we carry, which pretends to be a self help book, but it's really a continued autobiography of Michelle Obama and she went on another book tour, which I actually attended in LA. And it was like a campaign event just people screaming and disco music and Oprah came out. And it came out the actual Oprah. Yeah, she was the celebrity hostess as Michelle questions that are all political. So just watching her following Barack Obama's formula, I did a deep dive into Michelle's background story. I went to Chicago. I talked to her teachers or principal for boyfriends, college, thesis adviser, you name it. And I came up with a story that shows that Michelle's life history that she bases on gender and race is total nonsense that she has a completely different political life story. Her father was a politician, was a Democrat party precinct captain. She was into politics growing up. She married a politician, and she was very, very political, her whole life. Until you might remember in 2008 during the campaign, she was giving these fiery political speeches for Barack and she went over the top and said for the first time in my life, I'm proud of my country. And there was so much negative backlash they told her, look, you're going to be like Hillary Clinton. Everyone's going to hate you. And she realized, well, let me take a step back. So they came up with this laughable excuse that Michelle hates politics, and she said, oh, I just want to be the mom in chief. So
Isaiah 11:1-2: Old Roots New Fruit With Holly Furtick
"So in this passage, we don't have a beautiful tree with shiny ornaments. We have a stump. And Isaiah is prophesying to the nation of Israel. And he's telling them that even though they're in captivity. And their nation has been reduced to almost nothing. He's saying a messiah is still to come. And when this messiah comes, he's going to rule with wisdom and understanding he's going to be the ultimate perfect king when he judges it's going to be the perfect judgment and when he comes, he's still going to come through the line of David. He says, a shoot will come up from the stump of Jesse from his roots, the branch will bear fruit. And some scholars believe that Isaiah used Jesse David's father to symbolize even further how there would be a complete absence of royal dignity in the house of Israel by the time that the messiah comes, a stump. From the very thing that looks absolutely dead. There's a chance of life. The messiah, the perfect king, is gonna come.
"stump" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Significant because it essentially de risks the entire thing right The margin loan component had a loan to value ratio of 20% So Elon Musk had to stump up a big number of Tesla shares to meet the dollar value as collateral That's gone He in turn concurrently is adding another $6.25 billion of equity financing Well we got according to the regulatory filing muska still seeking additional financing commitments to fund the deal to that empty discussed with the Twitter shareholders including cofounder Jack Dorsey about rolling their equity into the private company Dulce did not stand for reelection to the board at Twitter's annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday He now no longer holds a former role in the company Twitter was up 4% in trading today and Tesla as well had a very good day with gain of 5% almost 5% 4.9% Well China's economy according to premier lika Chang is in some respects faring worse than in 2020 When the pandemic first hit he was speaking at an emergency meeting with thousands of representatives from local governments and banks and state owned companies Lee said economic indicators in China have fallen significantly And he warned that headwinds are to a certain extent greater than the ones that we saw back in 2020 His remarks came after several international banks lower their forecast for growth in China this year Their estimates by the way are now well below the government target of about or around 5 and a half percent The downgrade stems from Beijing's priority of COVID zero control This is raising the prospect that China might admit to missing its GDP target for the first time ever This year Okay what do we got 5 minutes past the top of the owl.
Eric Chats With Col. Allen West and Rick Green at the NRB Convention
"I am sitting right now next to two people that I'm excited to speak with. One of them you may know. Colonel Allen west is sitting here and then somebody, I don't know if you know, but his name is Rick green. He is the founder of the patriot academy gentleman welcome. Good to be with you. Now you're gonna have to speak into the microphone because it's really a radio program technically. Okay, so I know Rick, you're the founder of the patriot academies. I want to hear what that is. And then I want to know colonel west, how are you related to the patriot academy because you have some involvement? Yes, I do. I have had previous involvement with patriot academy and now Rick has officially asked me to come on as a national spokesperson and a senior adviser to what they're doing there because I think it is so important that we get constitutional education back out there for our young people and also for adults, especially with our military veterans. And then also the biblical view of the constitution has to once again be reestablished in our judeo Christian faith heritage republic. Well, I can understand why you want him to be your spokesman. He knows a little bit about this. Just a little bit. You can't stump the guy. I've been there with him in front of crowds and whatever you ask him about the constitution he's got an answer, and that's what we need. We need to know the truth behind what the constitution was actually intended to do, not what the court has turned it into. And we've been doing this since I was a legislator 20 years ago in Texas out of frustration with the fact that most people don't understand liberty and the principles that produce liberty. We started patriot academy to teach young people and raise up a new generation, so we do it in state capitals across the country, 16 to 25 year olds come in. They live the life of a legislator. We teach them biblical worldview and constitutional governance. And then it turned into a constitution coach program. So now Eric, we've got 12,000 constitution coaches out there hosting classes in their homes at their churches, all throughout their community, they're firing up people, they're getting them engaged. They're teaching them the greatness of America and how to restore those principles. And then we're going on actual action
Why Do Liberals and Socialists Love Inflation So Much?
"Why do liberals and socialists love inflation so much Ladies and gentlemen they love it because it is the quietest most pernicious tax of all It is a way to take money out of your wallet without ever touching your wallet The government exists especially liberals and socialists and fake Republicans in it for one reason To take your money and spend it on what it wants not what you want Now it's hard to do that when you see it coming out of your check in your pay stump That's another reason they love withholding and they don't want you writing a check at the end of the year They don't want you to ever acknowledge how much you're really paying Here is a great cut however Milton Friedman explaining how governments running deficits which they have to finance by printing more money creates inflation and how that's the quietest tax of all because the government takes your money and they don't even have to tell you it's beautiful
"stump" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast
"People are misunderstood when they're when they're driven by blind ambition Those around them don't understand what's happening you know 'cause blind ambition is such a strong thing when you're drawn to something and you're doing it. It's often misunderstood. And where's it. Most misunderstood is by the ones love you And i found that true countless times countless times. You're just got your head down moving in a direction and somebody wanted you to take more time or be around and you're like what i'm doing this great thing over here So it's really. It's really a weird thing to manage blind ambition in warren had that ambition. I think that's the best way to put it. Was it a conscious decision. Because that was greg stump was kinda coming out. There was a conscious yoon warned. Were very. I mean you'd be ended up becoming very good friends from what i understand beyond the skiing world you just friends said how life works. You meet people that you're you know that you're drawn to was there a feel like greg stump was like the kind of ed he had played. Blake was the the bad boy of skiing at the time was rivalry. Was there like secret stories. That happen whether like towns where you guys crossed it was like you know the warriors or was it was just you know it was what it was. Well you know you. greg. Stump's amazing filmmakers storytelling was outrageously great. The music you know he e sort of took it to the next level with what he was doing and We wanted to ski full. Greg you know. Of course you know but you know sponsorships being what they were. They didn't always line up. And you know lines were drawn between the warren miller gang. And and stop and really the only crossover. There was schmidt but schmidt didn't shoot for warren during those years It wasn't until after greg went away. That scott came back And you know that the tone at warren miller was this is not. We can do this. So what you see coming out of warren miller. During the greg stump years there was the theatrical release and then the video released. That's where you saw double exposure to the extreme extreme skiing all these other titles That came out alongside the the release and those were supposed to you know sort of go head to head with with gregg videos But you know it's always the way when the big corporation and the an up and coming the something's missing and usually it's sole right. The real authentic and greg was.
Saint Etiennes Sarah Cracknell on Making an Album in Lockdown
"So we're gonna talk about the short while but firstly you get everybody in the band in different parts of the country now. Euro urine oxford. If you just said pete wiggs in. Hove actually bob. Stump is bradford. How did you go about making this record. When you all geographically distributed all zoom like we have to do everything these days Yeah we used to share. I mean we to concern about the kind of feeling of the record. What we wanted it to say proper now. Kind of very complicated concept. If you that but with the idea is what would happen was the pete send may music might count with some bits of melody as few words not many words on the record and we just share ideas and then come to edit them so was it was kind of made you on a computer in the manner of the ancient art method exquisite corpse. What person does a bit puzzled. Saudi else they fiddle with it. I guess posture out your cupcakes constantly. Just mentioned that this album about memory and optimism that that time between nineteen hundred. Seventy two thousand and one. The labor party just won an election. Victory it's this little little island of of Things might not be dreadful. What generated us. We must algae feeling. Was it being separated from the rest of the land at having to do it through the window at it. I think there is an element to fat. An it's about thinking time you remember. That was optimistic. Seemed like great things happening. And it's about how your memory gets you'd over time and i think we'll probably look back home. The last eighteen months two years with that. Same kind of feeling you know. There's some bits of being looked down. The i really love the very first day over the us and did a lot of making bread out with the teens in watching boats sets and stuff in them but yet you know. I'll probably just remember as bits in a few years time in older the credits but Yet it's about memory and how it gets mixed up in your mind
Lake Tahoe evacuees watching weekend with hope as fire slows
"Officials in California say they remain cautiously optimistic about efforts to fight that Caldor fire which is grown to more than two hundred and fourteen thousand acres with thirty seven percent containment he'll say the fire continues to move east but has been slowed down due to the rocky terrain cal fire operations section chief Jim Martin says that combined with favorable weather is keeping it from moving into south Lake Tahoe the incident continues to look better and better every day Eldorado National Forest supervisor dean Gould ad for grew a little over eight hundred acres yesterday that's a least a growth since day one all right that's pretty impressive but fire behavior analyst Stephen Palmer with cal fire says it's no time to let your guard down especially for the more than four thousand firefighters out there there's still a lot of heat out there there's still a lot of hot timber there's still a lot of tree stumps there's still a lot of potential for this fire to get out and move on us I'm Julie Walker
California Town Aims to Buy the Highest at-Risk Properties
"The dixie fire drifts into paradise california. The dixie ignited in nearly the same place as the two thousand eighteen campfire which killed eighty five people and destroyed almost nineteen thousand buildings here seeing and smelling the smoke is a constant if ominous reminder quite literally. It's it's hanging over your head. We had some days at the sun was blacked out as dark as night. Dan f steph paradise parks and rec director. Turns right off a highway lined on both sides by stumps from logged charred pine trees a narrow steep winding dirt. Road leads us to the rim of the canyon where the flames entered paradise. Nearly three years ago this is not something to fire engine when would even entertain going down. Fire trucks can't get into protect homes and places like this because it's too dangerous. We have twenty one acres down here most. This neighborhood was leveled. it's unrecognizable we standing on. Somebody's old home. I think we are. We are the homes that burned probably wouldn't have gotten building permits today but this neighborhood is no anomaly. In the libertarian rural west. There's a legacy of loose zoning and some people have to live in places like this because it's cheaper and you could see this. This area got decimated yet steph. Sees opportunity here that have been so many instances these fires people know that we have to do something different. The town has bought up land from campfire survivors. Who either couldn't or didn't want to rebuild. The idea is to connected to their existing park land. that's good for recreation. But also as a fuel break they can strictly manage this forest with the hopes that the next wildfire slows down here and gives firefighters a chance. Every single one of these properties were looking at from the standpoint. What can we do to limit. The spread of fire is a staging area. And all of that. And i think it's gonna make the community
Toxic Algae Blooms Eyed in Deaths of Family of 3 on Hiking Trail
"Looking into the mystery of what killed a family found dead on a hiking trail in California's Sierra National Forest. John garish. His wife, Elin Chung, their one year old daughter and their dog all dead. ABC's Filipov, investigators are stumped. Family members are desperately waiting for answers, which will now come in the form of toxicology reports from the medical examiner's office. Potential cause of death being considered toxic algae blooms.
Biden Hits Campaign Trail With Terry McAuliffe in Virginia
"President Biden on the campaign trail this weekend, stumping in Virginia for Terry McAuliffe, who wants to be governor there again, and I share a lot in common. I ran against Donald Trump. And so is Terry and I whipped Donald Trump in Virginia and soul.
Why You Should Work on Your Pitch
"Traditionally or typically. People will work on a slide presentation of slide deck to explain what their businesses were problem. They're solving the market there in the challenges that will face and the potential of their business. They do this to raise money. The pitch to investors the bishop vc firms. They might even pitch to family and friends to get their initial capital to get their business up and running. And that's awesome. But i'm here to tell you even if you're not looking to raise money even if you are happy to be self funded. This exercise of pitching your business is vital to the success of your business. Why because you are selling this is a sales exercise if you can't sell the concept of your business clearly coherently without rambling without scrambling for words. It's going to be very hard for you to sell your products to strangers to put together a sales page to put together a marketing campaign. But more importantly as you are working on your pitch in refining it you might discover your product. Your business is not good enough. You need to improve unique to pivot. You need to change it. Typically when you pitch to an audience or to anybody you will get feedback. They'll ask questions. Like what makes you unique while. When i go with you when i go this competitor. What are your profit margins. What's our market share. What's your market size. And if you know the answer these questions like you know your own name. You're in trouble. You need to know these things. You need to know the information. It's okay for you not to know but you need to get the information right cannot know forever and working on a pitch and pitching forces you to be in the position. Really you know what. I need to find these answers if i'm gonna pitch that's why i did it. I started webinar. Injure our software company back in two thousand fourteen. I started pitching about a year into it. I'd go to you know. Start of communities. I would go to co working. Spaces would go to pitch nights and our refine it. I wasn't great in the beginning. And i had a few slides missing and i was stumped on a few questions. But guess what immediately after that pitch. I found the answers to those questions. I wrote down all those things as stumped me. I remembered to fill in those slides. That are missing. In fact i used to record. These pitches on my phone so i could at least have the audio so i can go back and listen to a happened.
"stump" Discussed on WTVN
"Right. Very good. Thank you. Marshals 81. Now let me tell you about the last pronunciation for my name that I got last week. The lady came up to me in the grocery store. And she said Ms Kwan, I'm so glad to see you. That's cool. So we can say not Ken. Nay Quinn. Ms Kwan was she was a delight. By the way, we like. Hey. Well, thank you for saying hello. Yeah, No one's getting it right. It's fine. It's fine. You know, That's the beauty of the anonymity of radio that I have somewhat less now, more than before, with social media and such But I love it when people say Hello, I I just do so nice. And you know what? I've been blessed where people have not said, you know. Hey, are you mark Blazer and I go? Yes. And they go, man. You are often the worst. I hate you. You're you you have the was whack views ever like I haven't really had that happened. Everybody is usually very nice right after which makes for a pleasant experience. I'm just like, you know, I can count mine on one hand that happened monthly. Unlike you, which you know you people see you and they'd probably do a double take their like, I know, I know you so people do that a lot. You'll be in line in your living room or whatever. Yeah. Come out. Kind of out of place. People are so so nice. Yeah, For the most part, I'd say they are. Yeah, and if they're going to at least say something You know that most likely they are a fan, or at least find you pleasant at the very least, right? Usually, people are saying something funny about the show or I agree last night we were talking about Joints predicting the weather and people will be like, Oh, yeah, I got this old injury and not just stuff like that from the show, Boy. It's the really aching when it's gonna look, y'all were right on spot home with that, Yeah. Um, can you imagine working in a hospital delivering over 100 babies in 91 hours because that's what happened in Texas. Wait, wait, wait. They set a new baby boom record. It's a Texas hospital they delivered over 100 babies in 91 hours. You should have put that in stump Stasia. Yeah, well, you know what I think it actually is in one of them. I didn't choose it to use. But you're right. Would that have gotten you would have been like that's fake? There's no way that's unbelievable. Italy. True. There's a new record there. The end of June over 100 babies delivered a couple of to day stretches. And it says this hospital talking about it normally averages about 16 deliveries a day. For about 6000 year, But this Yeah. This couple 91 hours over 100 babies were born. That's incredible. It really is. Those poor people can you imagine in that 92nd hour how the people that were working all of that all of the obstetrician room for everyone If they average approximately 16 babies a day, think about just placement of people and logistics for the babies to be born. That's just incredible. I mean, that's a lot and, uh, I would imagine you start using a catcher's mitt at one point. I mean, you're just just poop. To the right to the left. Yeah, they're just popping out everywhere. Yeah, crazy. They said they expected to see this booming births, but they hadn't seen this. They didn't really expect this big of a boom if you will. So there it is, Um yeah, the the four day so the birth rate over four days, Which is how it says 25 a day was the average roughly for that, And that's an increase, then for them, it is 16. It is that's so exciting increase. So, yeah, lots of little babies being born at the end of June there in the in Texas area, all right. At this point, it is time for another exciting edition of Stump. Stasia forgot to.
"stump" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Trying to stump you a little bit here who was the director? 1977 blockbuster film Saturday Night Fever who directed that film Stigwood growing into like the back of that, John Bad Ham. Who was it, John? Bad? Hello, John Badham. Your battle Batam Very, very nonetheless. Two days in a row, Sydney four for five. Not bad, say Lord of Harrison, who Harrison. How are you brother beat you today. Great. It's been listening areas. There's 10 days. Your phone, uh, heats. He said I've been to every day for years. Oh, well, thank you. Oh, I appreciate that, Harrison. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I appreciate it. Bernie appreciates it. We all appreciated here. So Thank you for what? Car rental place. You work out. What? Avis. Hertz of Enterprise. Oh, Enterprise. Yeah, I've read that many a car from enterprises and the one in your in your urine. Hewlett Harbor, bro. I win Park. I work in Island Park right near Long Beach. Yeah, I know sure. By Bernie actually. So, you know, I spent like thousands and thousands of dollars on this Damn beach Club Catalina and, um, Atlantic Beach. I've gone like twice but anyway, my one of my favorite cousins, Mike Robbins, who lives in Boca, he grew up in Hewlett Harbor. So the five times? Yeah. Yeah. Yes, I'm right over there outside you at harbor in the forest side of town. Very nice. Okay. Uh, the other four. I guess. Cedarhurst and Woodmere Lawrence and inward. Is that right? Right? Correct. I know my five towns man do you do the whole weeks ago? You did.
Harris Tackles Migration in High-Profile Visit to Guatemala and Mexico
"The immigration policy charge at the White House, the vice president has said before that better conditions in Mexico and Central American countries will be a crucial part of stemming the flow of asylum seekers into the U. S. Now she's meeting with foreign leaders on the topic. Vice President Kamala Harris, making her first foreign trip with a two day swing to Guatemala and Mexico. Her mission, one that has stumped many American leaders before how to slow surging migration from the region now at levels not seen in decades. It was an assignment Biden had when he was vice president, her team saying that she's been taking stock of what worked and what did not. That was a BCS Mary
Harris Takes on a New Role as She Heads on Her First Overseas Trip
"President Kamala Harris steps onto the world stage. Today she traveled to Guatemala navies, He's Mary Alice Parks in Guatemala City sing immigration is the focus. Vice President Kamala Harris, making her first foreign trip with a two day swing to Guatemala and Mexico. Her mission one that has stumped many American leaders before. How to slow surge in migration from the region now at levels not seen in decades.
"stump" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Friday after thirty thirty five long house. Republican norther boggy leader foggy leader representative kevin mccarthy and week settled mission to must've get the domestic terror attack. Our capital sixty seven republicans are republicans the and joined all fifty democrats voting the prison. That was a central to national security. As said one i awesome. Pat toomey was not present. Detroit family commitment Head shed that he would assume the bill had he been there and So when will those newly formed commission finally began its work. You ask and won't because republicans filibustered it. That's another thing that we need to get along with toward college for months democratic senator joe me even though they call gummer capital more but he's a republican actually for four months republican. Senator joe manchin are going and some there and some were. There must be a twenty month letter. German word to describe this woman the seventy preserving the filibuster that requires sixty votes to move ahead with almost any bill apparently kamensky to keeping the mythical spirit of my person of bipartisanship in that chamber. Manson friday that choosing the puck to follow him. Lessons about the health of our democracy is on his unconscious of concert. Symbol of the old. Take not just not enough to stop at since. You've already said that you won't be government by ending the material. Democrats could you right now. If he and christopher zindler christians in a loss of appears into the mall would just mentioned into the mold their their listeners again. I mean democrat. They're both of over conduct. There wasn't and i'm johnston that to hold out. Democrats are good them on. That does excellent history. That appears nowhere in the tax code as some kind of holy girl and sure it's most prominent opponent in the night. I will call me by my strom thurmond and the plan century. But hey it's not like that they were in favor of anything would be bad and okay has been abused in. Here's who for other measurable ways by the tournament across the moscow mitch but still must be kept must be kept over it. Were to be labeled a nation or fucking something but it's hard to understand how mansion even acquired this war of the of the villa boker facilitating my partisanship. Only six months ago. On another ten republican house members and seven republican senators voted into respectively impeaching committed to the swatter covers role and inciting that terrorist attack on said that he was not comfortable of from all the two thirds necessary to read that that might was according to all time and why they would make a could become a monster mansion. Already had a more personal dental joel phone but on twenty twelve The nation was four when a madman massacre. Twenty little boys and and Twenty little girls and boys and six adult staff members at sandy hook. Elementary school but such was the carnage many senators who had previously taken then as guns including on democratic senators. Bob casey martin warner and harry. Reid decided that they can no longer by dream and callousness of the gun lobby and curly. Mansion was also deeply affected. He held them. Mostly the rollers junior area and always had an a rating from that already haven piece of epa decision on the senate campaign ad but a change mansion steps four afternoon and a signature moment as long as he entombing danner eight and they co sponsored by a bipartisan effort to close any loopholes allowing the deranged and dangerous. I'm to by take joe and on internet and no background. Trump will fire arrows. Fifty five votes for the senate and putting for republicans but sixty votes were required because of the filibuster so far and so for eight years we've added more answered wants to be prepared to and coding san jose which could be included on one day last week of some of the last weekend that have inspired the recurring union had on an salmond headlines and prevent. This says only known to run. This says only a nation where those regularly happens. Promo buster is a profoundly anti-democratic tool here university his reserve tom. Tom who told the founders were opposed to mandatory retail in the senate. So it can't be..
"stump" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"That i would eat. A lot of. You gave the fire situation you cannot on. I don't care what the circumstances off chris. Mad dog as ships aren't very good but as a great Evil i maybe go back to the drawing board of these guys There's the other one they add. That are pretty good. Lactic boot ship. So this is a subsidiary of the company to say a lot better than nuts to -actly that's anyways anyway is really what the end someone's here. We'll be somebody somebody probably someone there to get drunk on wine and steal wine. Okay so thank you. Everybody the fuck are. They got pigtails than their pants are really fucking that now. Can you speak in call. Call him bro. Microphone on the camera yelling into one day. So we're watching somebody rob producer craig's business in the beginning it. What is he there for. You think that's an acre kelsey. Nick looks a little very exciting. Very roger somebody rob from somebody. Rob craig's borrowing frigate six feet. So okay well no well. I'm glad that close hit enjoy. This app shifts sponsors in this sharada do sponsor incentives sponsors. Yes lizama first and foremost older go. Solar goes dot com also. Older ghosts instagram. Now it's time to download the only goes to app on no seven hundred dollar t shirts here. Folks just works very hard to bring you Thrift's closed that mean something to sell gold and goes dot com and check it out. Also damascene dot com dan but seaney photographer. Extraordinaire is heard on the grapevine that he's working on yet another road to a grab. You're about his experience in the summer Cove in or whatever I think he's I don't know. I guess he's taking pictures again. Once you go overdo damaged dot com and use the promo code. Oh and for five percent off your first order liquid death. We said we weren't gonna do anymore. I'm i'm sam cooke cotton no more like death sorry buddy and We have a new new sponsor zaps potato chips although just want to send us like the pickle ones. They're really good. But the the evil eye. I received the fedex and the mail on friday is really hard for me not to open this now that i opened it. I wish i hadn't however i it's fun. They can again go down to the closest store to you buy them. They're more goethe's apps dot com. Use promo code wendy wendy ten percent. I look at all right everybody. Thank you for another yet. Another episode three thirty six in the bucket in the book. And with plenty of time to celebrate memorial day with craig. And now it's fucking great. The downside of inviting us over early is that we're not going to leave. I'm down for. I like happening. Recording and minnesota drink some beers instead fucking.
"stump" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Listen the whole song anyway keep going. Hey ms punk. Carol i saw fred myers. I said i'd like to active. And you said you like mine. Thought i would come on here and say this in hopes you would see it. I was wearing puncak of purple paint on here wearing a black jacket with shiny. Metal pins and a bandana shiny metal pins. I remember our fallen heroes on this day. Shanahan let's go to. I read in eugene. I'm thinking of going to. Aubrey park on wednesday morning. Look around the area across the footbridge. I have not been there in years and have not cared much. Since they added the stuff to the front mature out the parking area i would be sitting thinking about. I would not mind the good blowjob. All you have to do is come over and unzip me. No names no talking. Let's honor our fallen. Veterans is this eugene oregon Yeah so a lot of veterans living in that park. And is this an idea you know. Well sorry guys. I was with my zipper weird. Oh god decide which you tipperary you wanna you you couple in the park. Eugene oregon oregon like an eugene oregon. What is wrong with george. When do you ever say that. I don't know i yeah. We're still could. Who's searing step on an eagle. This is paul any truck service. Any local workers need some truck service. I'm good at working on the shifter's pay and working on the nam. I'll come to you on the side of the road in your yard outbuilding barge were in your yard front yard wherever the shifter needs work. I'm free now island guy. What's on our fallen selfish. Army tattoo with glasses right. I had just walked in. I was looking at something and something foul and we offered to pick it up so fucking scripted. Tell me what you picked up. I'm very interested in you. Let's on our fallen veterans. That sounds like a story from the class in. Throw momma from the train. This is called red hat tattoos and might be red hot too. But i'm going to say that. This person has a red hat tattoo. Definitely pay man. Maybe it's a maga hannity. What's up man. So you today at the lion at the light at the hospital in your workshop to define love to see more of you. Let me know if it's you what company truck you're in it was an f. One fifty less honor our fallen. Thank you but i always like tell me what it was enough on fifty. Second right back and be like nothing on fifty. Let's go henny cummins. Turbo diesel Dimples worth stanley charlotte north carolina. What a damn call main dimples with stanley totally would marry anyone having a name love that instead of their loved them. Don't so number one priority. Getting in getting his a cool name. Apparently that is where my heart dot dot dot dot dot. I physically live by northlake mall near computer. Wrote physical location cops my physical location with a firearm physical location by norfolk mall. So if you're wanting to show off your cool name it text and let's make it happen to one four three three four five one four and five one one four. Has the jeopardy music plays. What's honor our fallen better. Everyone about honoring our fallen. I know you know. We're very patriot. Continental culture now more than ever especially in these.
"stump" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Dark wing. Duck guys rich now. Hit big grandma. Grandma donen kaku. I've got home. Nova scotia. central and seductive nova win. Will sieg get get classic lineup. End of the year to reunite at posts. Oh producer craig at like aerosmith plays claiming mos- whatever i want to ask plaza lineup. Is i mean all but one lives in town so it wouldn't be wouldn't be that hard to do. You rather see discharged cover. Set resort performed by jazz band or bluegrass. Bands are yeah. I'd rather i'd rather see performed by wrestling students who don't have plans from. Yeah like discharge discharge had the singer who triple h. I love that dude fucking concert from japan walker fixed a car so good. It's always great. Shirts starts with no shit. That's when you're no trouble. What's been the biggest fuck head trend. That grinds your gears in music. I think apologizing after every song. We'll be the death of me like when people are like i've watched so many live streams and so many local bands honestly who have been like. Oh my god sorry. We must like knowing knows shut up. Let's just play the fuck up. Christ sakes sorry. How's everybody feeling in their bodies. Good this is a new one. Hopefully make it like apologized playing music. Shut up seriously like to like you. I really want to like you. I like some of your songs. Please shush this isn't even a music thing. The lack of confidence the lack of feeling like you're allowed to be confident that has destroyed art in total. It's wild oh you can never write a partly to agra ever if you are someone you know. Someone on apologizes. after every so o- cover. I was really happy to this. Recon bruce wanted to go. Yeah okay. Fine i i. This actually get a lot more. I got i got another one. You got one gone. I love this Help you live in the moment as often as possible like you guys do use in. Everything's zen by bush yes i. That's how i overcame. My frankly very embarrassing anxiety issues is that i live for today in the moment and what i realized that this almost never as bad as i either hope or expect it to be. I used to not go anywhere. Remember when i had that moment like andrew members like and like stretch of time. I lived in delaware avenue. Just play madden football. Yeah my my desktop. Pc and never left the house to do anything. I explained to people that you didn't really talk for like three years. May find it insane possible again. I just wasn't feeling like hanging out. There wasn't It wasn't anything personal and just dropped dropped out. I got an everything made me shook. And i just have to live in the moment. It's and it's easier said than done. You just have to keep trying every day. And it's like kicking field goals. They kicked kicked one hundred goals every day for year. You probably be one of the best kickers ever but the same do you just have to put them in a little bit of the work and that should just flies by and then you're like well i'm scared to go in the target and then you ask yourself why and then go in and then you're fine times however many days it takes you to not be fucking total mush. Let's say you're going to target. You're not fine all right cool. You're not find like none of this matters. It's it's all nonsense drugs l. Say dhamma street. Jog lexa pro. Maybe you know maybe doing crackle. Help us partying maybe parking. If you see a plastic bottle in parking lot you avoid it or try to crush it fucking around. I remember i don purpose. I beeped at him. I said what a little buddy. John them freak down ran right back underneath my tips on organization and you might be asking the wrong people not sure Now you're really asking long prison. That's my now. I never organized i can. I can freeze myself if i try. Let's in trying to organize my book. I will freeze myself for hours. Do it by author or context. But then if i'm may you know like if i'm looking for a book i might be looking for something like that like forget it. It's gonna know really ask somebody better than me at this adderall. Prescription relay every answer. Should be drugs. Adderall prescription helps immensely absolutely under yelling. For this scenario. You have you each have to assume the other is dead instead. It's me and you on the drive. Were doing seattle to chicago in one. Go we fought over the radio and i won. I'm giving you the choice though. Are we going to do the entire. Now that's what. I call music series on shuffle or the complete. Disuse you document or discography in chronological order. Well here's the first thing sir. Or ma'am you wouldn't win the radio also. I don't know who you are. It's an anonymous question. So i probably let you off somewhere around fargo. The rest of himself. Also you got to fight with the radio with the person and driving with zantac mystic. Everything's in. I don't think everything's in away the answers you take my two thousand three ipod and you put it on shuffle and you press play and you don't touch it again until you get to seattle exactly then when we pull over to get gas and snacks. Flora aberdeen nebraska. Whatever the fuck we are that is get on the tumbler. Okay i got a couple more here. Rambo or rocky rambo depending on what's rocky bail you out of travelers. Get the me a lifetime job for me. Somebody's would be except for that. King should cup You know it depends on what rambo to is it. Rambo three zero rambo first blood. I mean.
"stump" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Fucking talk about that. You still get a little misty. I yeah. I don't know. I mean yeah anyone who for some any who the fuck are hold on. Who are you if you don't if you listen to the show every week but you don't follow either of us or the show on like barney shit or go to the livestreams like there's by looking at the numbers there's thousands of you. Yes who are you. What is it's so strange. Does phenomenon podcasting where you just are the pockets of somebody who listens to on the way to work. Yeah that's it like it's like people who listen to music but don't absorb don't listen to music like oh i. Love was immersive off eight. And i want to know everything about them. Not everybody is a complete list piss a lot of people. Just wanna listen to a podcast to have to combat the loneliness of having nobody else talking around them. So they'll just be like. Oh i the majority of podcast listeners are like that interesting. Oh i listen mostly mostly what we say. But then they'll you know they'll lose their jobs or lose their mind and then we'll start listening to our shit and they'll be like wow that's like if you're circling the drain. This is where you end up. All right yeah. People who don't follow us engaged. Follow us at least the fun ones get engaged like fun. Pretty people follow us. Everyone else you can keep driving fine. I hadn't thought of the toilet flushing really really knocked out of my head. That was wild listening to this. Podcast called the snowplow show. Which i really love this guy Called fo has runs pago punt call. Collective called phone losers. It's kinda brad carter. He's been doing it since the eighties. And he has this prank call where he calls like. He'll get somebody to send him the number of his like the company that says leasing company. Or whatever. And they'll be like yeah. I put a bunch of marbles down the toilet now now keep it won't like flush and they're like what but then he is a sound effect. That's the sound of toilet flushing and then the water hitting the floor which is like unbelievably hilarious to me and i scream laugh and but he does it for like he's like a world class prankster on the level of like longmont. But he doesn't get a lot of props so if you wanted to search phone losers all one word on youtube give them some props because do fucking great dam and he makes me laugh a lot. Oh i remember what it was before. The toilet flushing can knocked me out of my My group was a hippo shitting aghast. Can't i lost it again. Halt was at. I went to the dmv in now. Are you able to. When i tell you to visualize and apple in your minds what do you can you describe the apple you're visualizing you already talked about this shiny red apple okay producer craig. Okay apparently a not insignificant portion of the population can't visualize an apple like when you tell them to rotate and apple and space in their mind. They can't do it once they see like like a representation of it or or just can't do it at all which i think is fucking fascinating and i'm wondering if those are the people who are listening but not engaging people who can't visualize apple right so listeners. Let us know if you can visualize an apple. Visualize this visualized this apple. Yeah visualize my throbbing penis. Jesus do it and you to rotate in your mind. You ever seen craig. European throughout no european s. Was that one time tall guy. So i'm assuming you're ample peanuts throbbing involuntarily cool. I mean i've said this before when you son on your balls your balls move. It's wild it's insane. I haven't seen my balls longtime. Fortunately they're still there. I assure you. I heard you vacation this weekend. I had a. I had a private investigator tape recorder near room from play for everybody. Where full disclosure podcasts. Yeah no private lives here kind of play. It sounds like you sorry. Who's brought this all this. You get excited. What we become better friends. Don't try next time his ass..
"stump" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"stump" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Can you still get erection yes. My stump is about an inch aroused. I can p income for my stump. How do you masturbate. I have some sensation in the tip of my stump so rubbing the area works and test the golan prostate massage. Work we with the virgin before the accident. No thank goodness nece sex with several girls and had a steady girlfriend in the us and another in vietnam. Wow oh cook. The sad faces to see images of jim stomp work. Okay well poor jim. Guess but there's a lot of other people who feel a really away about moral dates. And i've been a social media for. Yeah like this is the time. This is the time to stand up against the country. We live in the day before. Renter's do k by the way. Btw but finally got in a car accident over the week. Oh that's right. Yeah you get to talk about this best. So i d j two wedding. Which was uneventful. it was fun. Whatever and i said see my cousin get married. But then i drove joe home because it was really far away in my parents drove back on next day and my dad Got rear ended by a person who had six accidents on their record and my mother calls and says hello. How are you good. what's up. She's like how i and she's like. I'm good in a car accident and i hear my father screaming. Whoa background at this. Oh i in pain that came with and so my father. I hear my father say i'm a truck driver. I always signal two hundred feet before. I turn even background during an accident. You're picking out fucking gold. My mother did in her like super from being hit and disoriented. She held the phone out. So i could hear. My father was saying how beautiful rear ended. Then they rode the ambulance back. To hospital are total. Oh yeah you get to go car shopping with your father again for the second time this year. How delightful of course are you two hundred feet away going all right. Yeah and then. That's what he did. And i want the person that he hit. Apparently she was like Kind of like a drug person dings on record and also. She tried to get into her totalled car and started saying that she had to go get her baby and she'd be rock. Oh so if i was gonna call the yes yes my father's going to call martin harding and mazzetti halley and hopefully hopefully is going to be okay. I saw him yesterday using making some jokes in the middle of talking to the nurse about everything. He's like you know. I really got a p damn so you fucking drove up. Did the wedding drove down. And then the next day drive the fuck back up there like you doing pop damn doing okay good but it was really funny because i was feeling bad. I touched on the shoulder. His ekg was like b b. but then when i touched his shoulders started going down car it was really weird. I especially when i calmed him. I was like hey. You're pulses going down. He's like no it's not it was the The blood that was the blood rushing somewhere else. Yeah it was really the sheet. Roy glow don an egg in your head. You're getting around touch you. Thump is fucking but it was great. It was really charming. Because i kept touching a minute later as as pulsar going down. And then he's like not not not. I'm just. I just feel glad everybody's here. It was great. It was like that moment. Sopranos tony soprano. Paulie walnuts making tony. Soprano angry wow cool so all right. So there are full stadiums and sporting events. Oh yeah we're back. Way back the indy. Five hundred had one hundred and thirty. Five thousand hell. Yes instead of indiana was The governor of indiana said that they were the last state to open indianapolis five hundred which had hundred thirty five thousand people. So if i go to that. God damn what i probably won't actually because it's on the weekend and september i five by hooker karuk if somehow i get to go to that seahawks. A colts game going to be a full stadium. Oh yeah you got to. You got to finish work and then run right to the airport. Fucking do wait for you. That's true i'll have the for me. That always works out really really cheap. Now it's a cool. Time was very stressful. Weekend for me. And i'm feeling good that i got to be around my friends. Food folks and fun. I haven't had a square meals since friday. want to sean duties restaurant last night. Did you really. Wow was he there. He was there. I don't know if he was there if he was. I have some questions. Boy put this out. I had some radha sandwich. That was less than what happens. When your favorite restaurant is an open it's true near What was the sandwich fucking. It was billed as some kind of like chicken italian chicken thing and then i got a chicken salad sandwich was like brown. Not very good goodman. What's going on now. He would never allow that. He couldn't have been there. He would never allow them to go out. And so i just had much more than than i was fine. I felt peppy. Peppy feeling happy and the pills. Health and suffering peppy. 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"stump" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"To be over and it wasn't as bad as you thought it was. That first day i was ready to move then after that. It was fine that i was like it was like being asami movie. I think that sometimes you i mean. Sometimes you think it's going to be the worst isn't as bad as you think it's just it's just plus just great and it's like buying devon stereo equipment. I don't think it's not as bad. It's going be it's going to be really bad. Then it's not as bad as you think. Because he'll celestin pump or pumping some serious music. Man do not think believe that big examine post. Love him here. We go from memorial day. You guys barbecue podcast you while while you sleep we eat division one baby one podcasting. You know the where the child sleeping soldier protecting him from. All the knives and grenades. That's us for the soldier in the rear of the soldier. I believe that children are the future angry. They used to sing that in in music class. Everyone no absolutely not made me. Is that right all right. Yeah there's never made me sagnol thinking about. I'm sure i sung another karaoke at some point. It's a hard thing speaking of heart songs to sing songs thing. The national anthem is a very hard song to sing. Unless you're trying.
Sentinels TenZ Injures Hand in Freak Accident Ahead of Stage 2 Masters
"The best-of-five orange. You will await to face the winner between damn, when gaming and Madeline's tomorrow morning with the Grand Final to begin this Sunday injuries in Esports among players remains a rare sight, but they do occasion. Happen. Take Valentina Sentinels as one of their players. Tend could be a questionable decision to start a game for singles heading into stage. Two masters in Reykjavik tens posted to Instagram earlier today that he had accidentally poured boiling hot water over. His left hand primarily his thumb, he can still play just with a bandage stump to help control his jumps a bit more slowly. Sentinels will still definitely miss. The process of Sinatra who is still serving his
Sabres Trade Hall to the Bruins for an Underwhelming Return
"Stumps were never super high on Taylor home after a few years in the league which is a viewer Observer thought was crazy but eventually you can't you just can't deny the fact. Again you can disagree with with teams and GM's not thinking that highly of Taylor Hall, but the proof is in the pudding every time he gets moved. So he gets moved for Adam Larson and that's a terrible trade anyway. But but yep. And so everyone's like wow, he got moved for that. Little, when he gets moved to Arizona, it's like, wow, was I forget was, was there not a like, he was a conditional first-round pick up, right? I believe it was right, but so you you're thinking, okay, it's going to be a ton of stuff and it really wasn't a huge huge deal. Then he becomes a free agent and obviously it's in the pandemic and he signs a 1.8 million dollar deal with the Sabres and I you I'm sure everybody is like Bruins what are you doing site? He's one year and eight million dollars to play for the freaking Sabres. Top that everybody should be trying to top it but they weren't then he gets moved at this deadline and Elliott Friedman comes out right after and he said he said since that Paul had to do with it with wanting to go to the Bruins and having to know move, but he's like the interest in Taylor Hall. Just wasn't as high as people thought it was going to be. Again you can disagree with them. But every time he moves, we all say, why is everyone so stupid? Why is that one? Giving up more for this guy but it's happening teams don't like Taylor Hall as much as we do,
"stump" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"The battle of the sexes represented a man. His name is Chris. Listen, Riverside. He's a real Tory Enjoys hiking. Chris, What's going on, buddy? How are you? Good I get doing alright. Representing the lady is her name is Tracy. She's from Arcadia. She's a project manager and enjoys going to different baseball stadiums with her daughter. Let's hear it for Tracy. Tracy was gonna Tracy. Good morning, Everybody various yourself works, Tracy, I'm gonna ask you stereotypical male questions. Chris Jill's gonna ask a stereotypical female questions. Best out of three wins, and we're still tied at the end all regulars on way. Go to another tough and that's a tough Tiebreaker question. Have a French bread and ladies and gentlemen, we've made it to another Friday. It feels so good to say Friday, the weekend officially upon us, Let's battle like I think it sounds. Passionate and sexy when I do that kiss, But no one ever seems to make that face here in the studio, always making faces discussed all three of you. We all hated very much, Okay, It's a fair point. I just As God is my witness to me. It just sounds very passionate, very seductive. I don't know what Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump will be performing with what band is part of an inauguration concert this weekend. What you got. Tracy? Oh, Patrick Stump. Performing with what band? Oh, my God. My daughter is gonna be so mad at me. Uh, um I think so part of their their regular band when I got the answer is fall out, boy Fall out, boy, And here's a weird little statistic about that. Pete Wentz, his parents met campaigning for Joe Biden in the seventies. No s so if it wasn't for Joe Biden. Pete Wentz would not exist. And here he is playing the inauguration this weekend. So good Inauguration concert. What a strange story. That's amazing. I love it. Yeah. And I gotta say I feel so much pressure. What we were talking about how the women have won so much, So I'm sorry that that might be our fault for putting the pressure on you. Yeah, I know. You blame Jill Tracy never belted. Hey. Difference back to basics and stripped our albums released by what blonde singer Christina Aguilera. Yeah. Nice job. Nice job, dude. All right. Guys have taken the lead. It's one to nothing. Mm Jared Goff is the starting quarterback for what? NFL team L a Ram. That's correct. Rams playing the Packers tomorrow. Good game. Chris. When you're using a product from the brand Essy, where.
"stump" Discussed on KTRH
"Uh, I'm going to get a tree service out to take him down. My question is what What has to happen to the route to the stump and root. Keep on from, you know, growing back. Oh, if you Do it, right, Um, stump grinding on that stump that route, it won't come back The magnolias, not like a crepe myrtle is gonna pop up somewhere else. Or ah tallow tree. He could seemingly do root pruning and stump grinding of the tallow tree. And six months later, I was suddenly new baby's coming from somewhere around that that won't happen with a magnolia tree. Okay, Well, that's exactly what my concern was, is. Did it need to be dug out or if you don't want them anymore? Yeah, you can dig them out. Root, prune and stump grinding. You don't have. Frankly, you don't even have to do Ah, stump grinding. If you just cut it down to the ground level and then treat that surface with a little stump killer her beside if you drill a few holes inside that Little bitty trunk. Uh, put some brush killer herbicide and their cover it with plastic or a Ziploc bag wrapped a rubber band around that keep it locked in place that will definitely kill everything through the root system internally. And then you'll never after worried about it coming back, But you can't plant anything in there for six months minimum. If you want to do this, the herbicide treatment that's why we have the Stump grinders, because once you get all those roots out and get those the routes cut away from the stump with stump grander, then technically speaking in that six months, you can go back with something else. That's more of an accent tree. Okay. You kind of bird. Good. Okay, That's why I needed so get that done first. Then talk to me in six months, and let's talk about replacing with another choice is I don't want to Much money your mind right now with those thoughts when you need to focus on the task at hand. Won't be replanting anything. It's landscape with shrubbery, and this trees just kind of Yeah. I don't know where that idea of planning Magnolias right up next to the house. I know. Well, I have a theory. You know, they think it looks good when they're baby Magnolias look great as an accent tree, But if you're gonna look if this is forever house They're gonna have to come out because they're going to be a threat to the foundation one day soon, and the other part of that is a tell you these landscapers that this is a miniature magnolia are a little Jim. It's not a miniature his still going to be pretty big. Not going to be the southern magnolia, but it's certainly not gonna also be a tiny little VAY Tex tree either. So when you get this removed if anybody falls in this kind of category, just like Cory, If you want to talk to me in a few months after you've done, the removal will kind of hone in on a choice for you. That could be a good accent Small tree to replace these magnolias that air apparently planted right up next to the house. So many subdivisions. He stay sad. This is the garden Line on NewsRadio, 7 40 ktrh..
"stump" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"This is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago. President Trump opens his remarks at a rally in Georgia for the twin U. S Senate runoff elections by alleging that he won the state last November. The liberal Democrats take the Senate of the White House and then I take it this White House. We're gonna fight like hell. I'll tell you right now. Critics say the president may have broken the long when he pleaded with Georgia's top elections officials to find enough votes for him to reverse President elect Biden's win their call prompted to House Democrats to urgent FBI investigation. Gorgeous secretary of state suggested the Fulton County D. A might probe. Mr Trump's remarks at a news conference Georgia elections official Gabriel Sterling trying to debunk the conspiracies, the president air that's not real. It's not happening, and President elect Biden, stumping for George's to Democratic Senate candidates said this politicians cannot assert. Take or seize power powers given granted by the American people alone. Steven Portnoy, CBS NEWS Washington Leader of the proud boys arrested in the nation's capital accused of burning a banner that was torn down from a historic black church in D. C. Last month. CBS is Katherine Herridge at the time of his arrest, the proud boys leader on re Kate Oriole had to high capacity firearm magazines. Ah, source familiar with the case tell CBS news of felony charge for possession. Would also warned a stay away order from the district. Taro's arrest comes ahead of protests of Wednesday's congressional Electoral College vote. US coronavirus deaths surpassed 351,000 CBS is Jonathan Big Liatti, Southern California Hospitals are so overwhelmed. One doctor calls it. World War three. The emotional toll off the charts. This is the worst medical disaster that I've seen in over 30 years of practicing an emergency medicine Los Angeles County now averaging 133 deaths a day It was 25 on Thanksgiving. Bodies now stored in refrigerated trucks. We're losing on average, a person every 15 minutes and cases skyrocketing over 800,000 since the pandemic began, nearly half of those since December, 1st Lots of March Madness in Indiana this spring. CBS's Jim Priscilla, NC double aces. The Springs 67 Men's basketball tournament games, including the Final Four will all be played in Indiana, most of them in Indianapolis. The plan is intended to keep the Marquis event from being canceled for a second consecutive year because of the covert 19 pandemic. Our futures.