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"tbn" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

The Pilot Network Podcast

03:37 min | 3 weeks ago

"tbn" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

"To iterating to them is when you're going down this road you you have a very very lucrative career afforded to you if you do all the if you if you if you meet all the right wickets all the right gates however. The checklists has changed. I used to be do this. Check off the box to this. Check off the box. It's very militaristic that way. Study for the test. Take the test. Ram dump the information. Those days are changing And it's because of the way the culture of the airlines have have shifted. It's the way hiring practices have changed. It's the people who are in charge. They've just changed. It's not the same old guard. There's many different moving parts and it's nice to see that there are that there's a company out there spitfire. Finally that's changing with the time. Or i shouldn't say changing is is is growing with that ever changing pace and the way that you operate having known you for as long as i have is that evolution will be constant chur there will be. There'll be new perspective and new ideas that come out spitfire elite not just for your your transition to the airlines but all of the things that may come up in your career so i look for great things from not only you personally but also spitfire leat if i was a new guy Trying to go down this road. Or i'm dude is already at an airline that wants to keep tabs on what you guys are doing. How do i. How do i go about doing something like that. Yeah so First place would be our website. A spitfire elite dot com. And you know you can engage with us there. There's a there's a a field there or anyone's welcome to email me directly. It's bill at spitfire elite dot com. So easy peasy folks spitfire elite dot com or bill spitfire elite dot com for quick email. And as they grow. You'll see way more stuff that's put out there for you and hopefully we'll have some stuff coming through. Tbn's way if if we can make that all work with bill built. Thank you for joining us. Maybe one day we can get on here for different perspective from sure from the way. It looks from the from the ceos from the big seat in the house really. Yeah absolutely of the do it yet. Final final thoughts bill. Anything that you want to add going away flat flying off into the sunset today to all great. tm listeners. Out there sure you know. I assume most of your listeners are in the hunt for for an airline job and i just you know one of the things that i'd like to some free advice that i teach everybody. Is that understand that no interview is the same. You're actually quite stereotyped before you even walk in there. When i say stereotype that i mean like hey are you a. Are you a retired. You know Commander in the military or are you a young girl Perhaps a a young military pilot or young regional pilot. either case. they're they're they're testing u. Or looking at different. You know different types of Core competency so for example. The senior military guy is going to be. Hey this guy knows how to be a captain. He's good decision making. Let's kind of stress the soft skills in this interview whereas the young guy we might be tested. Hey is this guy ready to be or is this girl. Ready to be a captain and let's go into the decision making judgment types of stuff like that so anyway i just I felt like that was really helpful to a lot of our customers. They've given back. I want i want everyone to have that to to be able to sort through that changes the dynamic.

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"tbn" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

The Pilot Network Podcast

05:09 min | 3 weeks ago

"tbn" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

"Hi folks. I adam again here with another inner series of career progression or career preparation podcasts. At that's which would like to call my guest. Today is bill sims. He is the co founder of spitfire elite. Which would be in a lot of people's minds interview prep company. But i think he likes to take it a lot farther than that. It's kind of a career preparation company and it doesn't really matter what stage of your career in or if you're going from the military to the airlines were something far greater than even the airlines who knows. Maybe like a geologist at spacex. You'll find out more as you listened to the podcast bills and old friend of tbn. He's an old friend of mine. We had a wonderful chat. About all sorts of things aviation related industry related entrepreneurial all that kind of good stuff and we get down to some brass taxes and really usable information for those of you. Who are in that career transition. We'll talk a little bit about that word to how it's one of my pet peeves but bill gave me a new perception on how to use it. Excuse me a new perspective on how to use that looking forward. I really hope you enjoy my conversation with bill sims. I did bill. It's been a. Oh my gosh. A long time. Since i've seen you so personally it's been really really long but now it we could see digitally on. How the heck are you man. I'm good i'm good. It's great to see us great to see what you're doing and in great to catch up with you that it's so it's been a bit so for those of you may her a little bit and then trump but for those of you bill and i have a An esteemed history together We did some interviews. Prep and became fast. Friends talked about all sorts of stuff under the sun about entrepreneurship and how to grow businesses. that we had no idea how to even build or Take over the world All of which is still coming to fruition But bill has ventured out again Because the the man is.

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"tbn" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

The Pilot Network Podcast

05:32 min | Last month

"tbn" Discussed on The Pilot Network Podcast

"Be really really great. Then you're going to do everything within your power to do it to to go out there and snatch that up so keep that in mind But yeah i think those are the big kind of the big take ways for me is just that quantity over quantity quality and when you walk in when you're when you're going to ask just so show a little humility when you when you're going to ask somebody and the easiest way to do that is don't ask somebody that you haven't talked to in seven or eight years and if that's the only person you do know well that's fine too then be ready to give them a full catch them up speed and everything you've done since you've flown together and work together and everything that you did together as as a flying pare back in the day that that that's my big takeaway in another another good if you take away. Nothing else from this discussion is start early because the more time you can give somebody to do something like this. It doesn't need to be excessive. Doesn't need be a couple of years early but Given them you know a few months six months maybe something like that that would be really helpful and hopefully they can get it done far sooner much quicker than that but life happens and people forget and then just you know just politely give them a reminder from time to time and give them a heads up but that and i would say if you're nervous about asking someone maybe focus on the people that you know will be interested in helping you out you start with them and then i think it'll be very organic or natural to approach the people who you know like and trust and trust you and that's important i can agree more won't matter if folks have more questions about this or their interest in that podcast correspondents position. How should they reach out to you. And i sure as always hey guys at the network dot com and also want just talk about the private community just a little bit more to because it's something that we have not publicized very much. But that community is really shaping up to be something special. We've got the written correspondence who are creating custom content based off of these sorts of conversations and the discourses at a much higher level than you might expect just on the open internet social media. This is a group of people and yes it has a membership fee but what we found is when when people have a little bit of buying they're interested on in the outcome of what that looks like and the private. Tbn community that you can get to it off the network dot com just You can see join join now..

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Mike Huckabee Thinks Imprisonment of Jan 6 Participants Is Dangerous

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Mike Huckabee Thinks Imprisonment of Jan 6 Participants Is Dangerous

"A- governor. You've been in politics for a long time. You not have your own television. Show the incredibly successful. How could be on tbn but you used to run the state of arkansas. So you've had to deal with liberals with independence with democrats this question. Do you have any sense that in the last six months especially with those dozens of riot is being kept in solitary confinement. Some of them grandmothers. None of them being charged with insurrection. Just trespassing do you think there is possibly. There are people who voted for joe biden. There are people who call themselves democrats who have a buyer's remorse after what they've witnessed in the last six months in a starting to see through and actually understand what the modern democrat party has become governor. Certainly hope so i. I would like to think that people who see those kinds of things would recognize. This is not the way we do justice in america. It's ridiculous to say that the people who even engaged in breaking into the capital and making a mess of things deserve solitary confinement Most of them have no prior criminal history. Many of them who are being held without bail for this entire process weren't even engaged in anything. Violent one of them was a guy who was charged with standing on the grass and getting on a statue because he he just happened to be standing there and he's charged with a felony for that can do fifteen years in prison. He didn't hit anyone who didn't Enter the capitol itself I mean it's those kind of things. Dr gorka makes you scratch your head and say what is the endgame here but i would like to believe that there are some fair-minded constitutionally sensitive democrats. They may not be the far left. Because i don't think that they're capable of common sense but who recognized that. This is a dangerous place for us to go. Brush his start imprisoning people making them basically political prisoners because they happen to have a strong point of view that wasn't acceptable to the left. Is running this country right now.

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"tbn" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"tbn" Discussed on WTVN

"News radio 6 10 W. TBN The first A shipment of the Madonna Corona virus vaccine has arrived in Ohio, and hospitals immediately began vaccinating their health care workers when it arrived, and they're praising that its flexibility compared to FIEs ear's vaccine. It can really be put in a lot of different clinics settings outside of hospitals. This vaccine is much easier to handle, logistically. Stored at regular frozen temperature, so it's much easier to handle. It doesn't need dry ice. It's also good in the refrigerator for a month, hospital leaders expect the state to receive thousands more doses of this modern a vaccine in the weeks ahead. That's in addition to the thousands of doses of the Fizer vaccine that Ohio expects is well, he was a good day as we began Vaccinations that are nursing homes here in Ohio Governor Mike DeWine yesterday is vaccinations are underway. Health leaders do say there were more than 6548 new coronavirus cases reported across the state yesterday. Body of the remaining victim in the Adams County power plant collapse may not be recovered. Now until the end of January, the men were working for a company brought in to take down the Killian generating station when the facility collapsed around them as they were doing preliminary work inside on December 9th. On Lee. Three workers made it out alive. The body of another was recovered days later. Now Jamie Fitzgerald remains beneath the rubble. The cause of that collapse remains under investigation. Senator Mike DeWine also said he is leaning towards vetoing a controversial stand Your ground bill that was passed late last week by the Ohio Legislature. The governor signed six bills into law yesterday. But Senate Bill 1 75, which includes the stand, your ground language was not among them. Radio 16 w T V and Sports Football Update from Anthony Thomas CHOCOLATE BUCKEYES. Some hardware dished out in the postseason for a number of Buckeyes after being named just the third team all be 10 by the conference Coaches. Defensive lineman Haskell Garrett was named first Team All American by pro football Focus. Big 10 Championship players of the game were announced yesterday. Ohio State's Trace sermon and Justin Hilliard were named for both offense and defense and putter Zach Hoover and relief for Drew Chrisman one special teams player of the game Monday night Football. The Steelers have lost their third game in a row, losing the Cincinnati last night. 27 17, But Steeler Nation and the NFL also lost a legend. This Hall of Fame linebacker Kevin Greene died yesterday. Green was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016. Cause of death was given. He was just 58 from the central Ohio Honda Dealer Sports Desk My CAM Pana news Radio 6 10 W TVN.

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Mark Clark: Warbirds Marketing Specialist

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

07:09 min | 1 year ago

Mark Clark: Warbirds Marketing Specialist

"Courtesy. Aircraft is well known for marketing former military aircraft among other aircraft. How many such transactions take place on average annually in? How many have you done over the course of history? Oh Gosh over the course of history probably over three thousand transactions. and obviously we're not the only one selling these kinds of airplanes, a lot of the owners consent of their own airplanes, but a lot of time they like to turn it over to us because we're kind of familiar with the transactional side of. Inspections title searches checkouts insurance, you know all of those little things that go towards making a successful transaction for the buyer and the seller so. Having done it before, you know, it's a pretty emotional thing when you sell one, and it's an emotional thing when you buy one I mean there's so much history personality wrapped up in the airplanes and the owners. Sometimes it takes a middleman to just wade through of the emotions on both sides, and my understanding is. You've sold the same airplane several times is. Oh Yeah I've got one thing I've sold four times, and that was actually the first Mustang. Average flu sold that particular point four times remains flying, and in grave condition actually here in Illinois today, and I've got a number of t sixes and t twenty eight that sold multiple times. Of the thousands of airplanes you sold. Is there one type model? That's more coveted more prized. Well I think it comes down to beauty is in the eye of the older I particularly love the North American eighty six. That was my first Warburg that I ever flew. Though. Maybe it's kind of like your first girlfriend. There's always something kind of special, but I think the t six is a relatively reasonable airplane to purchase. It's a reasonable airplane to fly. It's very nice Daljit with six hundred horsepower radio edge, and and of course all of the World War Two high looks got some time whether they were fighter or bomber pilots so historically. Historically it has a lot of significance for the united. States as well as probably thirty five countries around the world that operate those airplanes, the last air force to operate those airplanes on a regular basis was the South African Air Force and they were operating the airplanes up until the early nineties about sixty of those airplanes actually came to the united. States and are now in the civilian market as well as a number of them are various places around the world. They were military trainers then and their civilian operated now and used and enjoy. I'm curious. Does the US Department of Defense Still? Surplus military aircraft to the civilian market there's very little of that most of the airplanes that are in the quote Bonier down in Arizona, later model kind of tactical type airplanes back in the mid nineties, there were some airplanes coming out. Mostly trainer planes mostly t twenty eight came out under his traits with museums and stuff, and that provided a lot of the civilian operated inventory, but there's just not a whole lot of stuff left there. That is really civilian friendly I guess. Guess is a better word you know. Some of the technical airplanes have liquid oxygen systems and ejection seats, and you know lots of things that are just beyond the level of interest or financial commitment in time commitment that the average civilian guy wants to go out and just enjoy the airplane. In that case I know you're not the average civilian type. You've piloted bombers and fighters and transports, and what have you? Did you find one or a type more challenging than another pilot? You know it's kind of a building block things you know you start out with the smaller trainer. I I was a civilian pilot RHIANNA civilian pilot. I never was able to get the excellent training that the military gives you so I. Think we're my way up. I sold assessment one fifty on my sixteenth birthday, and worked my way on up. I started in the civilian tailgater. Is the top radio then transition do t six got lots and lots of t six time then transitioned into A. A Mustang and once I got the most time I was able to transition kind of sideways into some of the other world, war two fighters of course air, and the sea fury, and those types of airplanes tbn Avenger torpedo bomber in the military. You're either a fighter, pilot or transporter bomber pilot so I of did the parallel tracks with the B, twenty five and the Douglas, a twenty six after having a lot of other civilian multi engine time in three and four hundred series Cessnas. Teens and both types of airplanes, so it's kind of a building block system. Really that is an amazing array of aircraft, and they're out there in the civilian world, can anyone by one of these things and fly one of these things flying and flying are are not necessarily synchronized ice waller liaison airplane like a single engine they'll five is probably fifty or sixty thousand dollar airplane, some of the smaller L. Birds, the Piper cubs, and in Iran 'cause in those in military colors, or even less than that, but you can get up into the fighters multi million dollars. Dollars of airplane so obviously you need the financial capability someplace on that spectrum and of course, every one of those airplanes as different abilities needed as far as flying the airplane as well as taking care of the airplane, so buying the airplane is certainly one part of the equation, but learning to safely fly the airplane and to maintain your plane properly, you know those are time consuming in dollar consuming items, so everybody kind of fits on that spectrum depending on were they wanna be, and what their financial, as well as time commitment and training commitment is. You touched on maintenance. Some of these airplanes are sixty seventy eighty years old. Though is there a typical ratio of flight hours versus maintenance hours to these machines? That's really hard to say because everybody's use of the airplane. It is different I mean. Some of these airplanes fly couple hundred hours a year. Guys do a lot of air shows and things and charity flights and that kind of. Of stuff and then other airplanes, maybe only flight thirty hours a year and a minimum, any of these airplanes are GonNa have to have either an annual inspection or in equivalent of an annual inspection, which in some of the airplanes is called condition inspection, and then some of the larger airplanes, the transport level airplanes that are over twelve five as well as the turban airplanes require an. FAA approved maintenance program. You know it may be in phases, but it has to be done within a reasonable. So, you know it just depends on the level of commitment that somebody wants getting the work done is fairly easy. There's a pretty good network around, but you get a big airplane like a B.. Twenty five with a sixty five foot, wingspan and eighteen or seventeen and a half foot, tall tale women. It just doesn't fit in your average t hangar that you're GONNA put assessment one eighty two. There's some logistics required there, but you know everybody. Kinda makes that decision for themselves. What level of commitment they

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"tbn" Discussed on Faith Health & Home

Faith Health & Home

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"tbn" Discussed on Faith Health & Home

"Amen, thank you for sharing that with us and I just want to let everyone know to tune into tbn's Independence Day weekend special. It will be premiering on Saturday. July third at eight nine ten and eleven pm. Eastern time and July fourth at one PM eastern time. Ten Am Pacific Time and July Fifth at eleven PM. Eastern time in eight PM Pacific Time in addition to the special, it will be available to stream on facebook. Live on Tbn as well as on facebook. Facebook, live on Governor Huckabee. Page. The Oakridge Boys Page Lee. Greenwood's page and the cold seam mullins page, so you have no reason to miss out on it definitely tune in. You will not be disappointed one that thank you so much again for joining me today, MR and again it's been an honor and a pleasure speaking with you I continue their pray for you and your continued health and success, and we will be tuning into the special on the fourth of July weekend. Wolf thank you so much. I enjoyed the conversation. Burn much you've been you've been such a pleasure to talk with. And so thank you for allowing me to talk to your your listeners out there and and hopefully we'll be able to get to see everyone. Roy shown absolutely looking forward to it. Thank you..

"tbn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"tbn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"TV and on the weekends a lot of you look at it on you to blot of you listen to it but if you watch it on TBN on the weekends you may know already about what I'm going to be talking about right now but I would guess most of you don't know that there is a TV series called inexplicable how Christianity spread to the ends of the earth I have seen the first episode which is spectacular and I'm sitting here with one of the creators of this important dare I say important series cherry Patton you're welcome it's going to be on your show again I had to tell you this is a huge undertaking tell my audience if you would about the title is inexplicable how Christians Brittany and here to tell us about you know whose idea this was and how this came into being this is just gigantic well one of the credit goes to the to man Lori and others at the network but up a bunch of scholars and decided that there there has to be a way to help the larger audience understand chest the almost unbelievable way that the gospel spread from the first century the present you know what's going in Africa it's just exploding but through all the persecutions all the trials and everything the gospel still spread and so scholars and network executives scriptwriters were together for two three years to bring this to pass okay so the narrator by the way I was at this launch event at the museum of the Bible couple weeks ago the narrator for this is Dennis Haysbert some people know him from the all state commercials but he's been on so many other things he played the president in what in twenty four so he's a like an iconic figure of it to anybody who's familiar with them is an iconic figure but he's a series narrator and this is a six part series so you know when people at the time in the make something like this a norm mental was the director is a mutual friend it is a gigantic undertaking how do you tell the two thousand your story in six in six parts there each well like an hour sometime right there is six episodes an hour each we try to go to the main comments but the great question basically you try to grab the main stories from that era that people can understand sometimes a story emanates a lot of the history around it whether it's the martyrdom of perpetual it is there so much happening there it during the time of of her persecution and execution with the church now most people that's that's the one thing that stuck out to me and the number the people that were in the theater when we watch this first episode the story of perpetual I had never heard of perpetual and then as I walked out of there I thought I want to find out more when was she lives in la three hundred early three hundred gene you have to toll in actually many people think editing the story right after she dies so so he's involved with the with telling the story I world you have to explain because not everybody knows who Tertullian as well that when the early great church fathers who won one way to really put him in history is he helps us with the term Trinity trying to explain the got it so he's in North Africa is one of the early church fathers leads the church and he helps tell her story to the world and helps to finish and and narrated but actually you have a lot of people being persecuted and thrown to the lions in the beast in that particular story in one store you have a church which is at a crossroads with the government sounds familiar so you have it a church of a crossroads with the government with the economy with a lot of things happening and here it is someone from the upper class who decides she would rather die than not renounced Jesus than to love so this is obviously which are not the Roman Empire so this is the tail end of the Roman persecution and we checked the gun on from you know when Jesus was on the earth all the way through until Constantine in sometime in the fourth century says now we're going to be we're gonna allow Christianity but perpetuate is at the tail end and she is killed for her faith my she's killed with her faith and some of her household friends and servants are also be a felicitous in fact my colleague David rings Indiana Wesleyan University he named his daughters after these two their middle names are perpetual Felicita because their names are synonymous with sacrifice and with dedication so what we try to do is we tried to find these stories throughout history that represent was happening like there in North Africa or we would talk about Pedro club there in Latin America with the colonization there were heroes in those places even though the church in a lot of things that we're not proud of what is the crusades or Latin America or Australia with the aborigines there are some wonderful men and women who stood for the gospel in a very admirable way medium gave their lives for that oh my gosh absolutely now before we get too far where can people see this series called inexplicable so it's on TV and if you just go to your network and do your search you'll find it or you can go on the app and you can find at us on the web say T. B. N. dot org TV is okay beyond doubt or just the first episode is is now available just the first episode comes out once a month it'll there many times the response so far the first episode was outstanding so it'll go for the six months in a repeat there's a book that goes along with that so hopefully you go to Amazon to get that book but I I think that has helped people from the initial responses I had responses from millennials through in their nineties and it's helping them to frame really the journey of the gospel to these different country well I've look I think part of the problem is that if you're at an evangelical you sometimes pick up this idea that this stuff happened way back then and after about one hundred A. D. Peter leaps forward to Luther and the reformation like we leave out fifteen centuries of Christian faith which is scandalous it's ridiculous right if your Pentecostal you skip the reformation you leave all the way from a hundred eighty two issues a St nineteen oh six you know so it's kind of funny that we are often ignorant of the history of the church and that that's to me why I was so excited about this because I said we need to know our history I need to know who is perpetuate this woman is incredible hero living sometime in the fourth century I never heard of in my life and then you know going down the line there were a number of figures in this first episode but you know the idea that I'm looking forward to five more episodes in all more than you'll find Wycliffe intend del in some of the heroes for it Christians whether Catholic or Protestant some of them aren't heroes for other people for example Luther's not necessarily hero at all for the for our Jewish friends Bob or or may I point out for cats and so the for cavs that's what this is what's kind of funny is that you've got some figures like that who you know maybe there did their divisive or something but none the less it's important for us to know this history and that that's what you all have done and I mean you really were the were the principal writer behind us yes I was very privilege be asked to do it Amy Hollings worth author of the simple faith a Mister Rogers is a screen writer so script editor in so you have her helping along with me for the episode the the book it was is mine but so it it's really a joint effort one of things that happened Terry is I get into this many nights I'd sit at home with my hands turned palms praying saying god help me to tell the story in the few words and we have because you know on screen you do a show you yeah we were thousand pages and I had a research team helping me and only maybe a hundred and twenty make it to the screen in the window the books are two eighty millimeter what happened this morning I'm at the New York Public Library wonderful facility today yes this morning reading and and research reading winter fall at nine in the morning and so I'm sitting there realize there's fifty five million items in in that library I do a lot of work over Caesar's eight million books I believe volumes in Cambridge library there's twenty five million at the British Library just books in yet the more I study for the series the more I realize there is no book none that has had even a fraction of the impact of what the Bible has had in shaping the world none yeah I know it's nothing nothing that could come close it's it's a book of books I mean people some know that the word Bible the Greek word BBDO means book so it's like that the Bible is the book it's in the book from which you know empires and universes emerge it's it's it's it's more than and who still Gonzales with me tape the famous historians tokens all us in he said you know when the Spanish have a Bible they'll say this is our Spanish translation they say this is our by of all that was a great quote we're gonna go to break I want to come back to that that was a great moment in the first episode will be right back folks two engine talking to Jerry Patton guilty or compact to show like the sure this is A. M. nine seven the answer twenty two degrees in New York clear skies what's going on we have the answer New York City police department is warning its members to be on high alert following what they say are credible assassination threats police benevolent association president Pat Lynch address those concerns earlier today what you don't need to.

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Dr. Mary Claire Haver, Creator of The Galveston Diet, Designed for Women in Menopause

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

08:01 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Mary Claire Haver, Creator of The Galveston Diet, Designed for Women in Menopause

"Meet Dr Dr Mary Clare. Hey welcome to extraordinary women radio. Mary Clare Thank you for having me. Yeah this is. I'm so excited to talk to you. Learn in about your Galveston Diet and this is at a time of year when so many of us are thinking about eating clean and healthy. I know myself I've been really Kicking awesome really a good healthy eating habits this last week and I went to the grocery store and did all my good shopping and I prepared all my foods on on on Sunday and I and I just felt really good this week so exciting. I'm excited to hear what your work is. All about. So I love stores transformation and I think we're really. I'd like to start this. Is You left behind a full-time. OBGYN the paycheck. All the good stuff that comes along with that and became an entrepreneur to start the GALVESTON. John Diet. Tell us what was the what was a pivotal moment. That helped you decide that you were going to take this leap. And how did that all unfold for you. Though once I develop the program I basically developed it I for myself because despite hundreds of patients complaining complaining to me about Midlife weight gain than me internally taking a deep breath maybe a tiny bit of an Iro and patting them on the leg and telling them to go back to the Jim to count calories and then swearing they were doing all of it and it wasn't working. It wasn't until I actually I. I can relate. I have been so unfair to these poor women who came to me for advice and to be kind minded myself. I was never trained in nutrition at all. I was in medical school. It's a you know when you see it right. Whatever that so often as there's no I mean that's just amazing to me that there's no nutrition's training in medical school? I better than others. It's definitely getting better but my goodness twenty five years ago ago when I went through and other than you know people needing trans parental nutrition because they couldn't swallow you know that kind of TBN beanstalk very very high tech but as far as sitting down with a patient and discussing just the basics of nutrition. In what they're eating. What's helping what's not helping with? No training and I realized that calories in calories out hitting the gym is really difficult to me contain midlife and there was nothing else going on That may be all these calories equality and we were missing something so marched over to the Battle Institution Department at the University of employed at the time and said hey guys was going on. This isn't working for me. It's not working when my patients and they're like look. We only do studies on the elderly and twenty five year old male athletes in a few astronauts like there's no one's paying for research on middle aged women. Wow so here's what we know. Here's some anecdotal. Like we were studying other things and we happen to look at what they were eating so I just. I got a stack of things and started reading reading reading reading on my own looking at the fads and looking at new woods. What is this about Halio? What's going on what you know? All the facts that people were trying and having limited success but not really good hells Dell's and I started seeing this recurrent theme of inflammation coming out onto something here. So the the derive doug the more that I found out about why we have increased inflammation with age especially in women especially with the changes and just blowing my mind with all the nutritional things that we could do to change that so I came up with a plan for myself. Super Selfish. Just wanted to fix me. He said all right. I know that there's definite nutritional changes that I can make that will combat inflammation. I can add in all these things that are anti inflammatory and I can remove these things that we know inflammatory. Nothing I was taught. I really did a deep dive into the intermittent fasting data came out absolutely blown away. It's fascinating this was three years ago. You know before Classes cool and also looked at the high addiction of of Americans to add sugar inseparable carbohydrates also. I said all right. Let me let me put these three together and see how they work. They work like magic on the center. Justic played literary accomplishments that twenty pounds just melted off. I was just blown away. Of course they my girlfriend's like what are you doing. Hey share so I'm a little xerox copies of my program. Mike Program Very Much N.. Handed it out to my friends. And they started giving me feedback be back and they were trying it and then I reached out on facebook to a few friends who live downtown. Hey do you wanna try this. In the nature of difference on all of a sudden my facebook group just blew up. Yeah and so many people were interested in it so that was kind of a catalyst for this is a thing I gave it away for free for a year and a half had these little test groups I thought about doing like a protocol study on it to treat menopause symptoms and because so many of the of the students were only have harsher. You better sleeping better all the things that were kinda coming along with. Menopause seem to be better outside of the scale. You know and so it was. Then I had some savvy your business friends who are physicians who who were entrepreneurs who set cleric. This is a thing like you can make this business knows me me you know and I got some advice. I tried any book. It failed miserably and meanwhile I'm still working and then I said did you know I need more time. I need to release figure this out at the same time. The administrative burdens at my job were becoming more and more unbearable and a a lot of people in medicine will tell you that the paperwork cart was just completely overwhelming. And I wasn't having enough time for patients I've heard that many times end getting older older in the hours. It'll be our task when you're delivering. Babies they come remain calm right. I'm not the girl who was cutting who was performing Caesarians at five o'clock in the afternoon. Exhume wanted to get home. I did all the right things so my I was getting tired of less resilient. My husband was working away. A lot of kids were being raised by nanny. I I just felt like they were teenagers in that. This was the right time. So when my last press Ganey scores came through on patient satisfaction. It was It was like a four point six five which I thought was great. My job is not to make everyone happy. Sometimes I have to tell them bad news or share things that are uncomfortable or whatever Ito I had a twenty five year old. NBA Yelling at me. Telling me that I had to have a perfect score and I just thought you know this is probably the right time for me to as you pull back from this. I told my husband. Let me get a year year to work on this and see if I can make this business and I can always go back you. You know. That's always a steady paycheck. My husband has a nice job. We paid off you know. The kids caught kids. College funds were set. We were in a good financial place as a family. You know basically you had some receive money and so you decided you were going to give it a try right so I decided I had some money put away and to help helped start the business and got some other advice to maybe considering online course. Fortunately we knew an online course. It's it's not very expensive to set up in its intellectual property. I didn't have a brick and mortar. I didn't you know I'm just selling service rather than a product so so it ended up being very economical and I watched the course my raving fans and it exploded from

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AM 970 The Answer

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"tbn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"For some yeah yeah I guess I'm glad I love music is a plane at all month whether you like it or not yeah I have become one of those people that I hate that people who start Christmas too early but you know what we got a lot of Christmas stuff to talk about first of all we get the TB and special coming up we still don't have the air dates ladies and gentlemen prepare to have your minds blown room I'm not kidding I'm not getting up in you know I know you know like there's gonna we're gonna start releasing stuff on social media just to show you that we're not blowing smoke you're not gonna believe their advertising the new James Bond movie but we're gonna be advertising the new Christmas special for right right I think his Christmas specials can lead to some crazy stuff it's I'm just warning you ladies and gentlemen it's going to be on TV you need to know we're TBN is on your dial you need to make sure you know in advance because you're not going to look for it means that it's on now we live in trust me you don't wanna miss the opener the opener to this Christmas special will curl your hair and if your hair is already curly it will curler it will curl it the further who yes it is absolutely the opening album here in the opening I am and you play a street urchin we can't go into it now to select a ladies and gentleman you don't want to miss the opening you wanna say I tuned in like seven minutes let know you'd be opening is the most insane part of the whole thing so you need to go to your TV and find out where TB and is I'm telling you for your own good don't miss it yes and and let me tell you by the way one of the advertisers on the show is Mike Lindell okay he comes on he makes a surprise appearance is not a surprise to you because I just told you the makes a surprise appearance he's one of the main sponsors on the show but you know that he's a sponsor on this show and since Christmas.

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860AM The Answer

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"tbn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now both on TBN. Yes. Yes. Yes, we go right? Hey TVN, funniest thing. The funniest thing that when I both, I forgot that we're colleagues on TBN. Yeah, it's amazing that you in this that is that you know what? And I just I just love that all I can tell you is that don't compete with me because I will crush you speak as your friend. No, seriously. So you so you met Bryan ivie, because the first one we talked about it. So that happened in his wife, somehow bought my book, gave it to him right around the same time, he talks to Benny comes to New York in his tell me about this TV show. And I just realized that wasn't the show. And I wait. Yeah. He was saying that he had another idea do, and he was talking, our buddy. Matt Bennett and met suggested you. And as you got talking you started to discern. Like, wait a minute. Brian, there's something else that you prefer to be doing. Yes, What's really on your heart, and when he said, Charleston literally fell out of my seat. Like, did you know that we were there, I was one of the only clergy allowed onto the scene and, and connected with family members and prayed with many of them? And, and he was like, well, would you help me do it? Would you be a producer on it? And I said. And this, this is powerful because this is very important for listeners, I was walking my wife to meet vying. Brian Ivy in my wife stopped Fifth Avenue said, the Holy Spirit just spoke. And I said, okay, looked at her. She said, we're going to become producers, and I said, all right. Honey, did the Lord use the word producers in English where the use the Aramaic word for producer? I don't know. It was igus coming out of her mouth. Okay. And we walk into that meeting, walked out our later in, and we were going to make the film, and then we had to get the funding for it, and we were like God, how people said you going to be on the road for six months, and Brian, God's going to do this today and tomorrow, and we walked in to meetings and walked out with one hundred percent. The movie walk with the Holy Spirit is not only the best thing to do, but it saves where rose is such a Queen was going to say. Talk to get to meet all the phones, rose. Jennifer. I mean, their hearts for God and just see people don't the reason. So excited is that people don't see that. And usually Christians who are like that. It's like, oh, I don't want to be on camera. And I'm thinking, no, you're the one who should be on camera everybody'll, shut up and get off camera. We need to see the real thing and what we saw in Charleston is as real, as a cat. It's shocking. It's shocking Christians much less to non Christians. But rose tell you part of the story because you right in the middle of it. Well, first of all, thank you for this time on this show. Amid Brian when he came to Charleston first initial meeting with the families, and I was so moved. By the way, that our saw the Holy Spirit. Upon him L with this film, in it, and I wanted to be apart. And here we are for years later, it is incredible. Now your father was was killed, and most of us cannot process. How do you what were your initial thoughts, and at what point did the concept of forgiveness enter because Christians, we know I'm supposed to forgive but that's another subject. It's, it's one thing to say in lectu another thing to somehow enter into that to be able to. Well, the moment that was told my first initial thought was about seeing him again, in and him being a part of my life in the future. And I remember making the statement on. Oh, god. I'm never see him again. And you know, the holy. Spirit is gracious, in with his gracefulness spoke to me at that moment and said to me, yes, she will see him again in a said I repeated. Oh, yes, I will see him again. And that's what it smiles, and part that joy of being a Christian understanding the word of the Lord came in, and it has sustained me at this to this point was saying many Christians, they say they're Christians, but they don't really, they don't have these thoughts. They kind of think the way everybody thinks and but what you just said to know you're gonna see him saying. Oh, I hope forget, hope you know, you will see him. It's still sad until you see him at what point did you? Was it in this, what was it called? I am trying to think I was talking to the Reverend Anthony Thompson is he was talking about an event. It was like two days later, it was at the event where a number on the bond hearing, that's on June nineteenth. And that's that's the other. That's such significant day with the Holy Spirit showed up. And that's another date that the movie will be out on June nineteenth people can go get that the Monday shoes, the fourth Serie shooting in the nineteen here, forgave..

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AM 970 The Answer

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"tbn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Just concluded our long conversation with Ken fish that will be available by the way on YouTube. A lot of people don't know. But we put a lot of what we do in the studio on YouTube, so you can watch it like TV program, and you'll see this beautiful studio folks. It's free. Just go to YouTube dot com, put an Eric Metaxas show, and you can see a lot of our shows on, they're not all obviously sign up. Sign up for the two. If you go to our YouTube page, you have to subscribe, you have to have to rule. We can't break the rule why. She say, please, please you like it or not, please. Please. Okay. So we had a long conversation with Ken fish, just now finished that. But the whole conversation, it ends up being like it's over an hour. You can watch on YouTube in our to today. We have Renee Bruhl with his book, the paradox of happiness, and, oh, we gotta say on Friday. Yes, we have a new episode. This is episode number four four Cal yesterday. The air Metaxis show show now the air taxes show, it's a radio show this radio, but TBN the network TBN at a kooky idea. They said, hey, Eric how you like put your radio show. On you. Brilliant, you rich little what I am. And so, I thought, okay, and they decided. Yeah, we're gonna film everything. So a lot of it were putting on YouTube, but the actual TV show is every Friday, six PM eastern ten thirty pm on Sundays eastern, and you can watch it this week. My guests are Steven Curtis. Chapman, whom I love and someone whom I have not yet met, but will meet this week, Victoria owes Steen. Now, actually people have criticized my interview with her. I mean, I'll meet her on TV this weekend, but we felt we aired the the radio program a while ago. And people are very, very critical of me. And I wanted to answer that a little bit if I could have the time to. It's an interesting thing because people people are people are funny. Some people are very theologically fussy and they seem it's not just that they care about the allergy because I think we all should care about the allergy. But there's some people who, if you don't agree with them. Exactly. They get very upset, and they write you off as a heretic. Right. And because I had Victoria hosting on the radio program. Now you can watch it on the TV program this, this Friday right at six eastern. But people got upset for couple of reasons. First of all, they said you should never have somebody like that on your program, because her husband preaches, the quote unquote, prosperity gospel. Now, I don't agree with that, okay? Because I've heard him a couple of times, and I didn't hear prosperity gospel. Right. Prosperity gospel is somebody who they're not preaching actual bible, truth or not preaching the cost of Jesus. And I didn't hear that. Now if people want to say that there's a lot about him. I don't like that. You don't like I would say fine. That's, that's right. And by the way, I don't go to his church, and I don't think I would go to church if I lived in Houston, but it doesn't mean that, you know, he's some horrible heretic being used by the devil. And there are people that they seem to it's like one way, or the other black or white. And so I, I said something along those lines when I Victoria hosting on the radio program and people just got really upset, and I'm here to say, I have such deep respect for the gospel. But that doesn't mean that just because somebody does something different than I would like it to be done that I'm going to criticize them on the show or that I'm going to challenge them on the program. I would either challenge them, privately or usually what I do is talk behind their back. But in this case, I thought all I'm gonna do is have guest on my show. And I treat guests the way I could be said this on my first show. Treat them like somebody in your home. You're the host the guest. So that's not the place to like attack them. You know, you can attack them cars, right way. Then you run out of them and say, hey, don't drive away. I, I got a couple of things I haven't said yet, but I just wanted to say that because I think some people some people listening are totally, like Eric, what are you even talking about? But there's some people listening. You know what I'm talking about. And I just want to say that it's important to me to say, first of all, that thing called the prosperity gospel like totally rejected. I mean I have seen that kind of thing, and I reject that. And I would never have anybody that I think Kilty of that on this program, I'll be real clear about that. But I don't put the teens in that category. Although, again, even not putting them in that category, just because I don't agree with everything they say, doesn't mean that therefore, I wouldn't have them on the program. So it's kind of funny people, they write us letters and emails and stuff. I thought let me address that we had a minute and, you know, we can talk about more fun stuff. Another time actually, you know what Alban? When we come back I wanna. Talk. This is really fun. Somebody emailed us, it's one of the friends of our show here. Yes. Emailed us. Yeah. Something about if you watch the TBN show on TV. And by the way, if you don't see that you can go to TBN dot org. Okay..

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860AM The Answer

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"tbn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Okay folks, ready. Here's what I discovered. While taking a bath. No, here's what I discovered, I was at a Chuck Colson Wilberforce weekend event in Washington DC on Friday. I interviewed John Lennox. Some people know, John links we did a Socrates in the city of in Washington DC at the museum of the bible, he was off the hook spectacular. That was Thursday night Friday night. There was another event, and it really was not possible for me to watch the premiere of this show on TV because I'm in a hotel, they didn't have TBN hotels. They don't have that many channels. So I went online to see if I could watch it live at six o'clock. Okay. But I said, let me prepare this because I gotta go do something five o'clock. And then I gotta run back and watch it. Right. So as it's probably like four forty as I'm on my computer at TBN dot org, trying to figure out if I'm going to be able to watch the show live, the TV show live on my computer. Guess what I discovered what it was already there. They must have put it up. So I watched my show an hour and a half before it premiered. And you could have to accept you didn't. You didn't. I'm sure most people didn't maybe some people did, maybe some people have to check it out. I'm sure somebody down, but we got great feedback. We got some negative feedback from hateful, nasty people, and I refuse to dignify that. We don't know what I'm saying. No talking about people like my mom. Okay. And I said layoff, mom. Yeah. Okay. We have hand we should've said this a long time ago. For both hours today. I'm going to be kibitzing with our friend Tom shillue. Oh, yeah. Of the Fox News network. He has a radio show and we'll talk to him about that. But Tom shillue is, I don't to say it's the front of him because he'll get embarrassed, but he's a series Catholic Christian. He wants to just be like a nice guy on TV, but I'm just outing him. He actually believes in the resurrection, all that crazy such he doesn't want to get out because they could bounce them from FOX. They're very strict over there about secularism, and they had to judge on stuff like that. They're really swinging hard left. Okay. It's sad. It said. And that's why you need to listen to the show. Here's some interesting news, we're doing a an angel tree camp. Ho Yang raise? We have raised the funds..

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WTVN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"tbn" Discussed on WTVN

"It is, I'm telling you, all right back to the phones to WTVN one eight hundred six ten WTVN a, a plan to drag one to one program, creating controversy in Delaware County and on our phones actually today. John, welcome to the show. Thank you for calling. How come how come Debbie TBN? I, I know you guys are far right? But I mean what, what do you hide of? I mean, I, I believe you have to pick and choose. But I mean what putting on makeup? What, what is the harm in that what is the harm you let church group use public facilities? I don't let church. No, I would not let the KKK, I don't care how many all answer you, if you'll stop talking for a second stop, unless I know John, this is my show you stop. I'm going to answer you. If you'll let me go and will John will you let me answer your question? Is that okay? If I answer your question. Go ahead and punch Kate. Let me answer your question. First of all, do you have a son in that age range, twelve to seventeen? No. Okay. If when I did, I have to son in, if you did have to a son in that age range. Would you be okay with having him go to this and not be in there yourself? They probably wouldn't go now. No answer the question, John would you or wouldn't you? I don't know. That's what I thought thanks for calling, John. That's exactly what I thought one thousand dollars for you right now, shot at one thousand dollars now, text the nationwide keyword, two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation.

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AM 970 The Answer

06:51 min | 2 years ago

"tbn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Also, did you know that miracles into radium hate each other? Absolutely. Host, Eric much. I think Todd is this Plum loco PU. That your, your geraniums Haiti Spanish is excellent. Thank you. Okay. Another amazing episode of the architects is show. Folks, I don't know how we do it. And by we, I mean, Alvin the producer Alvin, you get some guests that, for example out there every day with a couple of dollars. My hands who wants to be on the air taxes over here. It's always some sucker. It's interesting. No, but seriously in our to today in our today. We're going to hear the life story of Steven Curtis chat. Oh, yeah. One of the greatest musicians and the gospel world. A lot of people know, Steven Curtis Chapman, he is just a beautiful human being is really fascinating. Life story. Absolutely fascinating. Life story. He's experienced real tragedies. If you know him, you know, the story, it's incredible, but that's an hour to today. In our one today. We have Joseph Pearce. Now, if you know this is your already impressed. If you don't hang onto your hat, I'm going to be talking. He wrote a book about g k Chesterton Chesterton everybody should know Chesterton. So you just stick around in a couple of minutes. We'll be talking to Joseph Pearce. He is he's it folks. Trust me, and Chesterton. There is nobody like Chesterton except fortunately, Chesterton himself, so, but that's, that's in a couple of seconds. I got to tell everybody today is Thursday. Okay. That means that tonight Thursday night to on TV n you have to find TBN on your TV guide dial, or whatever, TB, and Matt, and Laurie crouch are interviewing meet tonight for the full hour on their praise program. It's the flagship program of TBN for the full hour. They're talking to me. Introducing me to the audience because tomorrow. Night. I can't believe it. The radio show is debuting. We've been talking about it like a year earlier building a studio. They finally built the studio finally moved into the studio and we've been kind of working out the kinks mostly trying to figure out how to do this, and it happens tomorrow. Now, you got to watch Matt and lorries interview with me tonight, because it's a long, fun crazy interview way better than my rate. My radio show tomorrow night. Yeah. Yeah. You have to skip. One skip me tomorrow night, and watch them interviewing me tonight because it's later, it's, you know, it's like nine o'clock or eight o'clock. Whatever it is tonight. And it is nuts. It is fantastic. That's tonight on TV and I was standing here in the studio when they were interviewing you I was opening openly weeping you might even hear me in the background. I heard jobbing tears shed tears of baby. What's wrong? What's wrong? And you couldn't even get the words out. You just you love the interview, and Matt, and Laurie and me it was. So, you know what it was really, really disturbing to see a man of your age breakdown like that. And yet beautiful in its own on its own odd quirky way. And so, so folks, if you want to see what Alvin saw doesn't that sound like a, like a kids book, you want to see what Elvis? Alvin saw a great program right before size. And if you tune in and tonight night Thursday, now, if you're listening to this after, you know, we'll try to get it online posted online, but you, you wanna watch it on TV tonight. Okay because I don't know if we can post it online for like a month. So that's tonight and then tomorrow night, six pm TBN. We are premiering the Metaxas show. You just want to watch it for the animation. Then people if anybody sees the New York celebrities in the opening animation and you can identify all seven and you Email us and you get all seven correct? We will mail you a signed copy of the miracle miracles book for free. You understand me folks free for we pay? You don't that's called free and that's only for three people. Okay. The three of those, but speaking of giving junk away, co we're doing this is the show doing a. Well before we go to Joseph Pierce, I have to mention this. We're doing a program campaign with angel tree fundraiser to send kids to camp for the summer. Now, these are the kids of prisoners, mom or dad is in prison. The kids didn't do anything to lose their mom or dad, but they're paying a price and angel tree exists as a part of prison fellowship to help these kids to show them something else to let them hear the gospel to let them breathe fresh air and have fun and hear about how much God loves them and go fishing and swimming, and canoeing, canoeing and doing archery. And having what was the kids saying he begun lessons or something? Petting chicken you'd like to. You do a ham. They get to do it. Angel tree camp, but they need you folks, that's us to help. And I just want to tell you okay if you don't like big government. Here's the problem if we the people don't do this kind of stuff, then, it does fall to the government to do everything. And I guarantee you the things that they're going to do to help kids like this are not anything to compare it with this. It's up to us folks, the private sector, that's you and me to help those who can't help themselves these kids need our help angel tree camp is a great way to do it. So you go to Metaxas. Talk dot com. I'll give the phone number. But we really we're, we're behind. We need to raise a lot more money before we close this campaign down. And the great news is we get to participate in investing in young wives and I'm gonna tell you what they're going to hear in this week at camp, you're not gonna hear this many other places. They're certainly not going to get to do all the fun stuff that they do just to see something. Different. So the phone number, if you have your pens and pencils, ready or if you'd like to type it, we will permit that please type legibly, the number is eight eight eight two zero six two seven nine three that's eight eight eight two zero six two seven nine three again, eight.

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AM 970 The Answer

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tbn" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"So to send them away to a beautiful camp for a week. It costs two hundred dollars. If you've got two hundred dollars can send kitty camp got one hundred dollars. He could send half decamp new. Have you got fifty dollars? You could send twenty five percent of the kid to camp. All right. The point is, you know, we gotta get busy because when they go to these camps. You can imagine horseback riding all kinds of wildlife. They're fishing, canoeing. This heavenly for one of these kids, and I'm gonna get tears in my eyes. It's heavenly for these little kids. So folks, go to Metaxas. Talk dot com. Okay. The banner is there. Metaxas. Talk dot com. Anything you give all we're going to offer. You is for every hundred dollars. You give you get a free subscription to Metaxas. Super that is commercial free podcast. You want to listen to this program in forty minutes instead of six even though commercials in news, and weather, whatever you go to Metaxas. Talk dot com. You give. Every hundred dollars you get a free. Subscriptions metaxas. Super and you get commercial free podcast. And of course, the videos of everything so please check it out the number if you would prefer to to write this down and call you can do that right now. I really hope you will eight eight eight two zero six two seven nine three again. Eight eight eight two zero six two seven nine three a repeat that before we go to the break eight eight eight zero six two seven nine three. But I will repeat it before we go the break there is so much that is that is happening album TBN, first of all the news that I can run again. I'll explain that in a future show. Oh, because I'm so happy about that. I praise God. Because that's been really hard on me to to not run. No that just helps my emotions and obviously my health. I've put on. Four hundred pounds. Okay. So TBN, which we gotta tell the files. However, right. No joke. This program is going to be aired on the TBN TV network on the weekends. Just a.

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KNBR The Sports Leader

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"tbn" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Radio and the ESPN app that did not take long, even though the cancer. Chiefs have not suspended tyreek hill the NFL has not been able to step in yet. But since audio emerged last night regarding wide receiver tar heel the cancer chiefs. The prosecute in Johnson county Kansas is doing something. According to Casey TBN, Kansas City. The criminal case Colonel case arising from the Angie suffered by the three year old son of hill and his fiancee aid has been reopened. I'm not surprised that they reopened it. But why did it take this for the investigators to reopen this involving tyreek hill? I don't think the question really is why why did they reopen it? Now, why was the audio not given to them to start? That's fair. It's not if they have evidence to move forward. The case understand why they did not pretty here's what we forget a little bit in this situation. Is that this happens all the time? Unfortunately, right. There's domestic violence incidents there where where you don't have a lot of the time to is the person who got who got beat on to talk about if they don't wanna do it. The can't press charges. Right. It's happened a lot in and those cases get dropped in this case because of the high profile nature the DA had to basically give public statements say not normally this just go away. And so I'm not surprised reopened the case because of the audio because now you have to voices talking about possible child abuse, and we have evidence. Now, you don't even talk to each other about it. I mean can be rat on each other. You have evidence of in front of you. And so I'm not surprised that we opened it. What has been for tyreek hill? He's gone. I mean, he he's the chiefs draft replacement today hardman around out of Georgia. And I thought they would do this draft replacement for tyreek hill before this happened. I wrote about this back in January. I think it would be maybe in the second round. But they would look at replacing him at someone because if there has to pay Taibbi of money, I know people say, I'm crazy. But if you look at the structure of the chief to pay mom's pretty soon, Chris Jones, pretty soon, you're paying Kelsey you're paying walk ins Clark. Frank clark. You're playing the left tackle the, right? Tackle the right guard like your pay all these guys a lot of money. The Honey badger you need to go get yourself. Another. Like, you have a lot of places you can try to find yourself another tyreek hill, but. We talked about this last night. When I heard what he said, I've heard the audio. It's the scuffing vile. I have kids say may just heartbreaking to hear someone talk about plus kid in that manner and the chiefs had every right to release him in my opinion or should have released him maybe earlier than hearing the audio. The audio was privately court conversation, obviously. Right. Yeah. They should have released him beforehand. This is now an extra step into into the kind of evidence building if you're if you're the chiefs looking to replace him. And now here we are in the chiefs are going to release them just a matter of when they're going to do it. I don't know what they're waiting for me probably attorneys. Evolve. Trying to figure things out that way. But he's gone out of just what's if it's on, Freddie. Freddie and Fitz Symington ESPN radio in case, you have not heard the audio involving tyreek hill and his fiancee about what kind of discipline tyreek hill handed. So as three-year-old listen for yourself. Say..

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WTVN

02:17 min | 2 years ago

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"TBN. The Ohio Senate has approved a new version of the heartbeat Bill which bans abortions in the state. After a fetal heartbeat is detected. The movements sends the measure to the Ohio house observers say it's most likely to be made into law. This time around with new governor, Mike dewine indicating he would sign it. If it comes across his desk graduation requirements for high school seniors could soon be changing thanks to a vote Wednesday by the Ohio board of education. ABC six is luanne story at talked to advocates who want the state to be less reliant on standardize. Is testing to determine achievement. Ohio excels students should walk across the stage for their seep skin confident. They're prepared for life after high school. They say up students who entered a public university Ohio twenty-seven percent of them needed. Remediation? What is it that? We want our kids to know and be able to do how do we measure that? But more importantly, how do we provide the supports the interventions in the resources so that they can perform at levels that are going to prepare them for success. Others say the proper path for student success after high school may not necessarily be going to college. The state superintendent originally made the recommendations which could be taken up by the state general assembly in Jim back nations happening at the Franklin county jail after an inmate that works in the kitchen of the facility tested positive for hepatitis a person's been isolated in jail staff at the Jackson pike facility received confirmation of the case Monday sheriff's offices, vaccinations were offered to all inmates and staff that were potentially exposed through contact with the positive worker. Former texas. Congressman Beto award running for president in two thousand twenty the forty six year old democrat in Texas native made the announcement through video messages hometown of El Paso, Nate silver with fivethirtyeight says the odds makers have been ready for Beddoes announcement. It's not a big surprise. But it is significant in the sense that if you go to betting markets if you actually want to be under the democratic nominee will be than he is one of the four top contenders. Along with Joe, Biden, Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris Rourke heads to Iowa today for three days swing to introduce himself voters and to try to stand out in the crowded field of more than a dozen democratic candidates statehouse. Lawmakers want more oversight of jobs, Ohio house speaker Larry householder calls to transparency problem in that. He does not know how the entity founded by former governor John casick is doing the state auditor. And the attorney general are also saying there's a lack of oversight of jobs, Ohio. There is a ground swell.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

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"TBN. President Trump says he wants take a very serious look at the big budget deal that aims to Vert. Another partial government shutdown talking at the White House yesterday. Trump also said he does not want to see another shutdown. He continued to insist massive border wall is being built on the southern border said a great wall will be completed on quarter. The government is set to run out of money again at the end of the week. President also says people in Venezuela or starving amid the ongoing crisis in the South American country. You have many many people that are in really Trump. For just hunger. And so we are delivering and we're sending tremendous amounts of food and other things supplies during a White House meeting with the president of Colombia yesterday. Trump's cited executions in the streets of Venezuela. The US is recognised opposition leader one way to- as the legitimate, president of Venezuelan a federal judge deciding former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort line to the special counsel team and breached his plea agreement. The decision means Manafort is unlikely to get a lighter sentence for the crimes he pled guilty to US district court judge Amy Berman Jackson found that Manafort lied in three of the five occurrences cited by the special counsel manafort's attorneys had argued that while he might have forgotten some details he did not lie to attorneys investigating Russia's attempt to influence the twenty sixteen presidential election. Brian shook NBC News Radio it's been over two weeks. Since a local activists went missing near the Senator river downtown, but the search continues for twenty eight year old amber Evans, ABC six is Jeff Rex's died. Teams have been hindered. By the high fast-moving water, Columbus police have heard from local activists who work alongside.

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03:18 min | 3 years ago

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"TBN Twenty-eight team was a safer you're on the roads here in Ohio. According to the department of transportation, we were really on par to have were sheer than we had had in twenty seventeen but then somewhere around a summer, June July things started to level out. Michelle Mesa's Franklin Hamilton cuyahoga Montgomery, Lucas starting and summit counties had the most deadly Rex Monroe county in eastern, Ohio. The only one to have no report of fatal crashes in two thousand eighteen a new poll finds a third of Republicans in GOP leaning independence oppose President Trump's nomination for a second term ABC news Washington Post poll. Shows fifty six percent of all people surveyed said they shouldn't consider voting for Trump. They wouldn't consider it. If he runs for reelection next year. There are seventeen lawmakers now on the front line of Congress's latest attempts to find a border wall deal. President Trump's campaign promise of a wall is in the hands of a special bipartisan conference committee of senators and representatives to try and hash out a deal. This committee has until February fifteenth to find a proposal that could clear both chambers of congress and get Trump's signature Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell picked four of his most pragmatic colleagues indicating he wants a deal to get done. Does that make a final deal? More likely. Not necessarily skepticism is high given the red lines from leadership on both sides, particularly on the issue of the border wall. The party leaders in both chambers will ultimately have a say over the final deal in this conference committee will meet for the first time tomorrow, Mike Bauer NBC News Radio Commissioner Roger Goodell scheduled to hold his annual state of the NFL press conference in Atlanta tomorrow folks are wondering if he'll say anything about the fourth quarter. No, call the many people rob main people believe rob the saints of a trip to the Super Bowl. NBC's? Tom Costello reports on a response from NFL officials addressing a proposed lawsuit. NFL lawyers now admit one or more penalties for pass interference or illegal helmet-to-helmet contact were mistakenly not called but says the NFL because the officials on the field are humans like the players and coaches errors will happen Goodell's been silent about the absence of pants interference call when Rams cornerback Nickell Robey Coleman drilled saints receiver. Tommy Lewis before the ball got anywhere near them in the NFC championship game. The Rams won in overtime sending them to the Super Bowl against the patriots in Atlanta on Sunday. Radio six ten WTVN sports. The columbus. Blue jackets back from the all star break tonight hosting buffalo CJ third in the metropolitan division with fifty nine points entering the second half of the season. The puck drops at seven CJ had to Winnipeg on Thursday. Our Aaron's agent tells the blue jackets they will not negotiate a new contract until the end of the season Pinera and can walk at season's end in college hoops, Ohio State looks to knock off number five Michigan tonight in Ann Arbor. It's the only regular season meeting between the two teams on Monday night Duke forward Zion. Williamson dropped twenty six points on Notre Dame. The blue devils beat the fighting Irish eighty three to sixty one in NBA news. Anthony Davis tells the New Orleans pelicans he wants to be traded scores for Monday in the association. Golden State drops Indiana, one thirty to one hundred for their eleventh straight win, Boston, Celtics, cut down the Brooklyn. Nets one twelve one four and tonight in Cleveland. The Cavaliers host the Washington Wizards more sports headlines in thirty five minutes. Eric research. News Radio six ten WTVN. I'm Scott Jennings. Stay connected the Columbus and central Ohio on the hour. Thirty minutes past and as news breaks. Golden breezy today with some spotty snow flurries to high twenty the bottom drops out tonight. The overnight low three.

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Apple sent iPhone owners unwanted push notifications to promote Carpool Karaoke

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01:19 min | 3 years ago

Apple sent iPhone owners unwanted push notifications to promote Carpool Karaoke

"Apple seems to have riled some users in the past twenty four macrumors says the Cupertino company has been sending out unsolicited. Notifications to users of I- things. Promoting carpool karaoke episodes and the availability of apple music on Amazon echo devices. The piece of the carpool karaoke notices have been going out through Apple's TV absence. Earlier this month the Amazon echo apple music, notice when out on Tuesday. If you've not seen these notices, you're not alone. I haven't received one to a friend of mine showed me echo notice on her phone, according to macrumors apple doesn't appear to be sending these push notifications to all user. So it's not clear what criteria the company is using to determine who descend content to apple music and the TV app the absence. Notifications are coming from are installed on devices by the fault and are not apps. That users elected to install the good news is you can turn the notifications off to do that you go to notifications either music or TV then tuggle off allow notifications. Of course, if you do that, you'll miss TBN music notifications. You actually do want

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