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"tommy charles" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"When the Beatles hit the road that summer, 1966 protests follow them everywhere, particularly in the deep South. In Alabama radio stations refused to play Beatle songs. Local disc jockeys Doug Layton and Tommy Charles initiated the statewide Beatle boycott. People publicly burned their records, Posters, concert tickets in town squares. Ah, prominent preacher in Birmingham label Lenin the quote Devil and Cornet saying no True Christian. Should listen to Satan's music. Lenin himself. Eventually issued multiple apologies, Quote in reference to England. We meant more to kids than Jesus did or religion at that time. I wasn't knocking it or putting it down. I was just saying it as a fact, and it's more true for England than here, meaning the US unquote. John on his comments even prompted death threats and forced the band to conceal their travel schedule as they toward the Yusa. And here's something else, you might not know the fallout. From Lenin's interview with so bad That the band never toured again. According to their manager, the group was deeply scarred from their experience in Alabama. The Beatles final show of the 66 Yusa tour was in San Francisco, and it was the last time the Beatles ever took the stage for a live concert. Anywhere. The group would release five more records before breaking up three years later. Back after this. How bad is your back? Knee or neck? Pain? Mind was pretty bad. I played four sports when I was younger and is catching up with me Now I tried a lot of stuff to manage the pain ointment, pain relievers. Fish oil. Nothing worked. So a doctor friend of mine recommended Omega XL. And here's why Thea, underlying cause of painful achey joints and muscles is inflammation. The key to knock down inflammation before it causes damage is backed by 35 years of research, and that's what Omega XL does. The doctor also says quote I can't write any prescription that comes close to what Omega XL accomplishes She was right..
"tommy charles" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"United Airlines is preparing for the biggest pilot furloughs of its history after announcing the need to cut 2850 pilot jobs this year, or about 21% of the total without further US government aid airlines, reeling from the devastating impact of the Corona virus pandemic on air travel, have asked the US government for another $25 billion to cover employee payroll through March. Chicago based United which is worn at 36,000 jobs wrong. The line across the company is not yet provided. Final furlough numbers for other work groups. Bernie Bennett reporting more of these stories at town whole dot com. Now, the O'Reilly update brings you something you might not know. In 1966. The Beals were the most popular band in America. The Fab Four already had 12 number one hits here on more than 30 tunes in the top 10. Of course, they were from England. That all changed with just one sentence in March of 66 John Lennon told the London reporter quote. We're more popular than Jesus Now. Lenin also said quote Christianity will go, It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue about that. I'm right and I'll be proved right unquote. He was wrong. Now fans in America, at least some of them erupted at the blasphemy. When the Beatles hit the road that summer, 1966 protests follow them everywhere, particularly in the deep South. In Alabama radio stations refused to play Beatles songs. Local disc jockeys Doug Layton and Tommy Charles initiated the statewide Beatle boycott. People publicly burned their records, posters, concert tickets in town squares. A prominent preacher in Birmingham label Lenin, the quote Devil incarnate, saying no True Christian should listen to Satan's music. Lenin himself. Eventually issued multiple apologies, quote. In reference to England. We meant more to kids than Jesus did or religion at that time. I wasn't knocking it or putting it down. I was just saying it as a fact, and it's more true for England than here, meaning the USA. Unquote. John on his comments even prompted death threats and forced the band to conceal their travel schedule as they toward the Yusa. And here's something else, you might not know the fallout. From Lenin's interview with so bad That the van never toured again. According to their manager. The group was deeply scarred from their experience in Alabama, the Beatles final show of the 66 Yusa tour. Was in San Francisco. And it was the last time the Beatles ever took the stage for a live concert anywhere. The group would release five more records before breaking up three years later. Back after this..
"tommy charles" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
"Dot Com let jeff help you preserving grow your wealth through this very volatile time bill five. YEA- dot Com. You will thank me. Now the rally update brings something you might not know in nineteen, sixty six, the Beatles were the most popular band in America. The fab four already had twelve number one hits here and more than thirty tunes in the top ten. Of course, they were from England. That all changed with just one sentence in March of sixty six John Lennon told a London reporter quote. We're more popular than Jesus now Lenin. Also said quote Christianity will go it will vanish in shrink I needed. Argue about that I'm right and I'll be proved right unquote he was wrong. Now, fans in America, at least some of them erupted at the blasphemy. When the Beatles hit the road that summer nineteen, sixty, six protests follow them everywhere particularly in the deep South in Alabama radio stations refused to play. Beatles songs local disc Jockeys Doug Layton and Tommy Charles initiated the statewide beetle boycott. People publicly burn their records posters, concert tickets in town squares. A prominent preacher Birmingham Label Lennon the quote devil incarnate saying, no true. Christian should listen to Satan's music. Lenin himself. Eventually, issued multiple apologies quote in reference to England we meant more to kids than Jesus did or religion at that time I wasn't knocking it or putting it down I was just saying it is a fact and it's more true for England than here meaning the USA unquote. John Lennon's comments even prompted death threats enforce the ban to conceal their travel schedule as the towards the USA and here's something else. You might not know the fallout from Lennon's interview was so bad. That the ban never toured again according to their manager, the group was deeply scarred from their experience in Alabama, the Beatles final show of the sixty six USA tour was in. San Francisco and it was the last time. The Beatles ever took the stage for a live concert anywhere. The group would release five more records before breaking up three years later. Back after this, thank you for listening to the O'Reilly update. I am Bill O'Reilly no spin just facts and always looking out for you..
"tommy charles" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Mon drawn Scott a Corona virus vaccine by years in, Dr Anthony Fauci tells a Capitol Hill hearing. It could happen. I believe it's a reality and will be shown to be a reality. Bouncy, basing that assessment on early promising results from experimental vaccine drive. The response that was induced was really quite favorable. There's never a guarantee that you're going to get a safe and effective vaccine, but from everything we've seen now in the animal data, a CZ well as the early human data. We feel cautiously optimistic that we will have a vaccine by the end of this year and as we go into 2021 about, he says the accelerated driver vaccine is not compromising safety, orange scientific integrity. Also a townhall dot com. No agreement yet between congressional Republicans and Democrats over another round of Corona virus relief in bank Senate Democrats have blocked a GOP attempt to extend unemployment benefits under the care Zack, Alaska Republican Dan Sullivan says Given a stalemate on a broader bill, it was a great compromise will continue. Unemployment levels. Paid two Americans that were in the care, Zack. For another week, a proposal that died a quick death when it was blocked by the Senate minority leader. Without a real explanation. Senator Schumer blasting the extension and the larger Joop proposal. Skinny Benji. Not up to the moment. Lawmakers will try to craft a new compromise next week. Wagner reporting Spirit airlines has warned upto 30% of its employees that they will lose their jobs in October and regional carrier Express jets future Is in doubt after losing a key contractors, the virus pandemic continues to hammer the airline industry. On Wall Street. The Dow off 78 points. But the NASDAQ is up 70 points were all these stories at townhall dot com. Now, the O'Reilly update brings you something you might not know. In 1966 The Beatles were the most popular band in America. The Fab Four already had 12 number one hits here on more than 30 tunes in the top 10. Of course they were from England. That all changed with just one sentence in March of 66 John Lennon told the London reporter quote. We're more popular than Jesus Now, when it also said quote, Christianity will go, It will vanish and shrink. I needn't argue about that. I'm right and I'll be proved right unquote. He was wrong. Now fans in America, at least some of them erupted at the blasphemy. When the Beatles hit the road that summer 1966 protest follow them everywhere, particularly in the deep South. In Alabama radio stations refused to play Beatle songs. Local disc jockeys Doug Layton and Tommy Charles initiated the statewide Beatle boycott. People publicly burn their records, posters, concert tickets in town squares. A prominent preacher in Birmingham label Lenin, the quote Devil and Cornet, saying no True Christian should listen to Satan's music. Lenin himself. Eventually issued multiple apologies, Quote in reference to England. We meant more to kids than Jesus did or religion at that time. I wasn't knocking it or putting it down. I was just saying it as a fact, and it's more true for England than here, meaning the US unquote. Jump on his comments even prompted death threats and forced the band to conceal their travel schedule as they toward the Yusa. And here's something else, you might not know the fallout. From Lenin's interview with so bad That the van never toured again. According to their manager, the group was deeply scarred from their experience in Alabama. The Beatles final show of the 66 Yusa tour was in San Francisco, and it was the last time the Beatles ever took the stage for a live concert. Anywhere. The group would release five more records before breaking up three years later. Back after this. There are thousands of abandoned animals in the Yusa that need our help..
"tommy charles" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis
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"tommy charles" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"For this addition of this week in southern history, we're going to go back to nineteen sixty six. And what a year it was! Medicare officially went into effect. Batman, starring. Burt Ward and Cesar. Romero premiered on television and a Buddhist set himself on fire at the US. Consulate and South Vietnam. You've all seen the picture. But before we get to this week in southern history, we will need to go back a few months and discussed that week in British history. It was march of nineteen, sixty six and a London newspaper called the Evening Standard had just done an interview with John. Lennon now. That isn't unusual or of any note of its own I mean. This was the newspaper in London and this was John freaking linen. They're going to chat from time to time. What did however calls quite a star is what John Lennon said in the interview when he argued that the public were more infatuated with the Beatles than they were with Jesus and subsequently by his estimation, rock and roll would outlast Christianity. Now. You may be asking well, Corey, if this happened in March of nineteen sixty six. Then why are you covering it for the last week of July and first off? I'd like to say how dare you, but secondly I'll tell you on. It's because it took until July twenty, ninth, nineteen, sixty six for that interview to make its way into the hands of to. ALABAMA DISC JOCKEYS WHO regardless of intention we're about to calls a ripple effect that would affect rock and roll forever and depending on how far you were willing to reach aid in ending the life of one of its true pioneers. You See! The interview didn't really get that much he when it was published in England. I mean it seems that as much as we make fun of them for their hot unsweetened tea, cucumber sandwiches and the way they say things like the theater guy and laboratory. Our friends from across the pond aren't really sensitive about Jesus Talk. The same of course cannot be said when it comes to the people from the religious rural south in nineteen, sixty six, so on July twenty ninth when Doug Layton informed his Co host, Tommy Charles that some loud mouth, longhaired and worst of all foreign hippy, dippy dip shit with John off about being bigger than their Lord and Savior Way. That was the last straw wages spelt. It was so absurd and sacrilegious that something ought to be done to show them that they can't get away with this sort of thing, said Tommy Charles. And what was that something that ought to be done? It was destroying Beatles records O'hare. Some might say like petulant fucking children I would never say that sound mind, and not only that. That they would take this obtuse teenage temper Tantrum step further by encouraging their listeners to burn their Beatles records. That's right across the south bonfires were held, were teenagers which show up in masses to set fire to the music. They once loved like a Viking funeral for their childhood, which had been stolen from them by the bad man, saying no, no words about their sky friend. Rob before the comments made waves in the states, the Beatles were preparing for their fourth concert tour of America. A concert tour that they hated between protests and album burnings and death threats coupled with the fact that ticket sales while still financially tremendous. We're on the decline from the previous year. The Beatles had finally had enough. The group that drove women crazy. That inspired a haircut that exploded on Ed Sullivan and later music. As we know it, the Beatles stopped touring forever. Sure. That didn't mean the Beatles were done making music I mean Hellfire later that year they recorded sergeant pepper's lonely hearts, club band, and of course when the Beatles finally did break up. They all went on the have tremendous solo careers I mean you know they were the fucking bagels. Man! Paul would go on to form wings. George Harrison would release a plethora of good psychedelic tunes, and later with Tom Petty and Roy orbison form the traveling Wilbur. And you know Ringo did a bunch of shit to. John Lennon of course went on to marry Yoko Ono, who was famously accused of Yoko Ono ing the Beatles and that's such a crazy coincidence. Together, they made music, art and love until one night when John would make the news once again, but this time not for something he said. John. Lennon was returning to his New York apartment after a nod out doing well, you know John Lennon Shit and eating at the stage daily wind from across the street behind him, a crazed lunatic, put five hollow points in his back linen, was pronounced dead on arrival, and then during Monday night football. Howard Cosell told the world. One person who didn't hear Howard Cosell was Mark David Chapman the crazed gunman who was arrested moments later as he sat reading from his copy of the catcher in the Rye. Chapman gave several reasons as to why he did what he did. He was upset by John Lennon's lifestyle, and he was upset by some song lyrics, and notably he was upset by statement. John Lennon made the hit American airwaves on July. Twenty, ninth, nineteen, sixty six, when he was interpreted as saying that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus. Now Look? I'll admit that Mark David. Chapman was crazy person so no I shouldn't go back and blame these two Alabama, DJ's for the death of John. Lennon but I will say this the next time you find yourself saying. Oh, the world has gotten so politically correct. You can't say anything anymore without people getting offended. Just stop and think to yourself. Who sent my records on fire today? Hail Hail Rock and roll. Like. We are going to have every week. We have an exclusive audio butter cream dream. Piece, what do you think's GonNa talk about today? Matt Kuhn. That's really a really. Great Question Fucking, forget again. Yeah, that's a great question. A look, my wife and a roommate came home, and I didn't and I was like I'll do it later because I can't scream right now while they're taking a nap and then We ended up doing the well read podcast in the sad news bears podcast, and then the second. You just open your mouth I was like Oh core. You fucking idiot. It's week to sign. Though you'll, you'll have one I'll record separately. Ladies and gentlemen through the. Bajic of audio editing the buttery. Fix it and Poe hilarious. 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"tommy charles" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"From my new podcast through the screen door with Corey Ron Forster. This is a little segment that I do every week called this week in southern history where I take a look back at something that happened well this week in the south and I review it and I write a little story about it this week. The story that I wrote about was the time that to Birmingham. deejays encouraged everyone to burn. Their Beatles records because. He had told everyone, or at least made a comment in an English newspaper that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus. Of course, there was a little bit more to it than that as people know, but if you don't know, then take a listen to this, and if you like it, please subscribe to my new podcast through the screen door with Corey. Ron. Forster Rate Review. Give Stars. If you think we deserve it and tell your friends ski. For this edition of this week in southern history, we're going to go back to nineteen sixty six. And what a year it was Medicare, officially went into effect. Batman starring Adam West Burt, Ward and Cesar Romero premiered on television and a Buddhist set himself on fire at the US. Consulate and South Vietnam. You've all seen the picture. But before we get to this weekend, southern history, we will need to go back a few months and discussed that week in British history. It was march of nineteen, sixty six, and a London newspaper called the evening. Standard had done an interview with John Lennon now. That isn't unusual or of any note of its own. Newspaper in London and this was John freaking linen. They're gonNA chat from time to time. What did however cause quite a star is what John Lennon said in the interview when he argued that the public were more infatuated with the Beatles than they were with Jesus, and subsequently by his estimation and roll would outlast Christianity. Now, you may be asking well, Corey, if this happened in March of nineteen sixty six. Then, why are you covering it for the last week of July? And first off I'd like to say how dare you, but secondly I'll tell you why. It's because it took until July twenty ninth nineteen, sixty six for that interview to make its way into the hands of to Birmingham Alabama disc jockeys, who regardless of intention we're about to cause a ripple effect that would affect rock and roll forever and depending on how far you were willing to reach aid in ending the life of one of its true pioneers. You see the interview didn't really get that much when it was published in England I mean it seems that as much as we make fun of them for their hot unsweetened tea, their cucumber sandwiches and the way they say things like the theater and laboratory. Our friends from across the pond aren't really sensitive about Jesus Talk. The same of course cannot be said when it comes to the people from the religious rural south in nineteen, sixty six, so on July, twenty ninth, when Doug Layton informed his Co host Tommy Charles that some loud mouth, longhaired and worst of all foreign hippy dippy Shit with John off about being bigger than their Lord and Savior. That was the last Straw. Wages felt it was so absurd and sacrilegious that something ought to be done to show them that they can't get away with this sort of thing, said Tommy Charles. And what was that something that ought to be done? It was destroying Beatles records own air. Some might say like petulant fucking children. I would never say that somebody and not only that. That they would take this obtuse teenage temper Tantrum step further by encouraging their listeners to burn their Beatles records. That's right across the south bonfires were held, were teenagers which show up in masses to set fire to the music. They once loved like a Viking funeral for their childhood, which had been stolen from them by the bad man. Say No words about their sky friend. Right before the comments made waves in the state, the Beatles were preparing for their fourth concert tour of America a concert tour that they hated between protests and album burnings and death threats coupled with the fact that ticket sales while still financially tremendous were on the decline from the previous year. The Beatles had finally had enough. The group that drove women crazy that inspired a haircut that exploded on Ed, Sullivan and later changed music as we know it. The Beatles stopped touring forever. Sure that didn't mean the Beatles were done. Making Music I mean Hellfire later that year they recorded sergeant pepper's lonely hearts, club band, and of course when the Beatles finally did break up. They all went on to have tremendous solo careers I. mean you know they were the fucking? bagels man? Paul would go on to form wings, George Harrison would release a plethora of Phil Good. PSYCHEDELIC tunes, and later with Tom, petty, and Roy Orbison form the traveling Wilbur. Raise and you know rang did a bunch of shit to. John Lennon of course went on to marry Yoko Ono, who was famously accused of? Yoko Ono knowing the Beatles and that's such a crazy coincidence. Together they made music, art and love until one night when John would make the news once again, but this time not for something he said. John Lennon was returning to his New York apartment after a nod out doing well, you know John Lennon Shit and eating at the stage daily wind from across the street behind him, a crazed lunatic, put five hollow points in his back linen, was pronounced dead on arrival, and then during Monday night football Howard sale told the world. One person who didn't hear Howard Cosell was Mark David Chapman, the crazed gunman, who was arrested moments later as he sat reading from his copy of the catcher in the Rye. Chapman gave several reasons as to why he did what he did. He was upset by John Lennon's lifestyle and he was upset by some song lyrics, and notably he was upset by statement John Lennon made that hit American airwaves on July. Twenty, ninth, nineteen, sixty six, when he was interpreted as saying that the Beatles were bigger than Jesus. Now Look I'll admit that Mark David. Chapman was a crazy person, so no, I shouldn't go back and blame. These two Alabama DJ's for the death of John. Lennon, but I will say this the next time you find yourself saying. Oh, the world has gotten so politically correct. You can't say anything anymore without people getting offended. Just stop and think to yourself. Who set my records on fire today? Hail Hail Rock and roll. Hey guys, thank you so much for listening hope. You enjoyed like I said if you did enjoy it. Police subscribe the new podcast through the screen door with Corey Ryan forced and leave us a five star review. If you can't find it on your favorite podcast platform, it's on its way that just means it's taken a little bit longer, but you can find it at screen door pod, DOT com. Hope you enjoyed this and I. Hope you continue to enjoy all the content. We're putting out here on the well read fate. Love you guys and Ski..
"tommy charles" Discussed on Bank-Fintech Fusion
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Only twenty percent by Credit Union in America have online account opening so that means eighty percent of them have no existing capability. There right they have to learn it right in some form in. So it's not it's not particularly revolutionary to think that that that's going to need to happen and that's not a two week process hiring people who and I know this Ramon Company catalyst you guys. Fischl see this. Is You know that takes time. Yeah are you seeing a lot of outsourced? It at these at the banks. You're talking to. We are seeing that more and more and actually I was in an interesting regulatory conversation. Recently with the Fed regulator and particularly talking to smaller banks and credit unions situations with obviously increasing regulation which is also very topical in the industry. One of the things that the examiner said is you know. Cybersecurity is a big risk. And one of the bank is Short. He's an icon in particular roosting ICON. Giving get really good cio with security expertise to apply to work at mine solution right and there might be a four hundred million dollar bank in a potentially rural community. It's it's difficult and the regulators said. I hear that a hundred percent and I have no objection to five of getting together and getting a fifth of out so cio interesting right. And so. I think you're GonNa see that more and more particularly at the lower asset level where it just. It's just so burdensome. Sounds more like a credit union thing just on the face of it. They're they're a little bit more about the sharing sharing resources. But you know that's that I heard a regulators say to a group of banks. The banks will not even saying. That's a very practical approach to this. Because you're right like this expertise needs to happen. It needs to happen from a growth perspective with something like mantle but are also needs to happen from a security perspective from an Infosec perspective Mesaba security perspective. These banks need to to have that expertise or somebody who call on. So I'm definitely seeing it outsource more and more. I'm also seeing digital marketing. Outsourced also think that that is is is one of the better ways for bank to learn to start with right Have somebody come in do for a little while to get going but oh set while they doing the training the talent that you have internally yeah right it's not to say that somebody that's in marketing or it is an expert of the core banking systems an expedited outdoor advertising cannot learn digital. They absolutely can. They just need some time to get the cover on it right and so we're seeing that a lot. Yeah it does seem like you're you're giving something up outside your walls and I think a lot of these guys I can understand the reluctant so I guess too I for a lot of people to outsource in that sense. Absolutely but yeah the challenges. You can't have everything inside your walls. What new technology are you most excited about? What are you? What are you keeping your eye on that you think is going to have a positive impact in banking Yup. So I'm a little different in that. I don't necessarily think you know I'm not going to sit here. And say you know blockchain's GonNa Change everything or anything like that. Although I do think it's an interesting thought. Experiment if the. Us dollar was on a blockchain. Ray China's going to do that right China's pudding and I think that's the bull case for for blockchain technologies because it would avoid it would then have puffy taxation and no money laundering because the Federal Reserve could see everydollar moved in the in the economy right But I think that the two things that I look at it and I think a really interesting over the next twenty four months which I think is a little bit more actionable these. Everybody's talking about payments payments getting foster the flipside of payments getting foster and community regional banks. Don't have his capability today. The big is starting to Israel time transaction monitoring if you increase the velocity of payments you need to increase the velocity of the checks. You're doing on this payments right now. The big AML providers that are feeding a lot of these laws and things like that all the regulatory mccombs from perspective a batch and so banks finding out about transactions twenty four forty eight hours after their initiated. When they're already out and Ethan and that's a Cape tential potentially in a in a World War Two three days to settle but that is absolute death from a risk perspective and a compliance perspective in real time. Well and so I think a lot of attention goes to the real time payments and not enough attention to time transaction monitoring. It's an area that we've been working on With a with a a a great friend and partner of outscored alloy here. And you'll fintech great company. Great Company at Tommy Charles and Laura wholesome and I think that that's something that's going to be really interesting and then kind of the flip side and I think you know institution go out with real time and don't have that other piece you know again. Unfortunately get hurt. I think the other thing. And that's and that's now you can do that today right now in you could have done that last year but it would cost in a leg in the big guys could afford it that construction starting to come down and I think it's going to go mainstream as we'll time payments mainstream so it's interesting. The second thing I'd say is that the industry generally has had has made huge leaps and bounds on the consumer side in terms of automation and customer experience..
"tommy charles" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"tommy charles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Dot com. Thank you for joining. And the W a it's a pleasure to be with you tonight. This is a prerecorded message. And we're going to go over the vision. I have for this radio show, this radio station first off on wwl. They they won't they won't, you know, the difference. They wanted to be the best they can be. And so I'm working with them right now. And I'm thoroughly enjoying every bit of it working hard to teach the good the bad and the ugly about bond and Solan cars because everybody needs to know the worst investment we make on earth. There's an automobile man, they eat money. They use money. They break they go out of style. Weed fall out in low have beautiful else that love and feeling. Oh, yeah. Everybody loses eleven vehicle ninety nine percent of the people. There's a few people that love their car from now on. But I mean, I wanna teach you the good the bad and the ugly. What's going on about the car business and do wanna think that'd be away and everybody associated with this radio station because they do care about you. They want the best just like my I've got sponsors. And if you'd like to sponsor part of this show gimme a column, my mobile, and let me I'm going to give my mobile out several times on this show. Eight three oh, seven oh. Eight four seven eight nine. So get your pen and paper out, and I'll give it again. You can call me anytime. Free information free advice, just tell you what's going on the violations, the issues how we took push your button, L, we intimidate you. What's going on what the market's going on this market changes this worse than the stock market? Do you think the stock market's up and down a car businesses up and down? And so I want to go through some things tonight. Oh, what my vision is what you need to look at how to be prepared a manly physically in spiritually because you know, I want to give back. I wanna teach our want you to do. Well, must sponsors. Like, I say that that are sponsoring this show of that's rocks covert in best drop in Austin, Texas, and NAR parkdale iota. They won't should be educated. Because they know the difference if you're headed, you know, the difference you're going to buy from them because they're honest, and they tell the truth up into business with the north park organizations. Nineteen seventy seven. Been done business with the rugs covert even longer than that back in the early seventies in really probably sixty eight sixty nine. The business forever. Seventy years old and been in the business fifty five almost fifty six years buying and selling. I'm a blessed. Man. That's why I want to give back. I've been blessed. All my left to do something. I'm never had a job. I give back yell you need to understand what's going on. And so go to learn to buy sell cars dot com. We're going to go through my process what how you can be prepared mentally physically and spiritually then we're going to go through some of the terms as what's going on in the business today. So you understand exactly where you stand in. What's going on? I want you to make the right decisions because this your hard horror money. Now. Remember, if you pay fifty thousand dollars for a car or truck, you gotta pay Sam you're part of that. So yo another ten thousand fifteen thousand in order to make that. And then you want to borrow the money, and you don't get your money's worth in. And you make the bad choice. And like, I say dealerships. I will tell you that eighty five percent of the people that walked in the door. They switch to something else. They sell them something they don't intend to buy when they walk in the door, so go learn to buy and sell cars dot com. Follow visi process. Number one. Go to FTC dot com. That's frank. Tommy, Charles dot gov. Find out what your credit score is studying hard, real hard. Look at it clean it up. If there's some stuff you paid for and they didn't take it off get that house. If there's something you need to pay get paid get your credit score is as you can. So the interest rates, you get is the lowest again because if you get it down there, and you shop for that price after you've got it cleaned up after you know, what it is then go talk to credit union or a Bank. Tell may this is the deal I won't be able to bow vehicle. This is my budget. This is what my intentions are. What are you going to charge me for an interest rate? What is going to be the total note, you know, and it put it all together talk. These microbes gidget five or six of them. Now, if the credit union are bike has got the same interest rate as the bike you're doing business with well, keep it wide open. And that way, you'll know exactly what you're spending. But get you another line of credit. Just in case emergencies come up something comes up in order for you to need to go bar money at your original by get you a new relationship going with a new credit union or a Bank. I'm still looking for a banker credit union. Also prove the community they won't educated. They want to make the right decisions. They won't make the right buys. And that's what I would love to see outlives the good Bank credit union team. But with me proven to the community that you care about him about him being educated about being the best. It's you can be in the best. They can be. So after you've got you credit land up, you gotta lone lined up. You've got everybody figured out. Now, you need to talk to somebody about the type of vehicle that you're looking at and get solid. Don't be. Wishy washy don't just jump around talk to up on people goat on internet. Thirst serie. Search find out if it's a good car bad car, so many people call me because they call them mobile now give it out remember ever segment. And so you've got to know exactly what you're going to buy what fits your budget? What fits your family would fit your needs? What fits your says? Man, come in the other day. That's about six foot six weighs about three hundred and fifty pounds and looking for a little truck. Well, we couldn't put him in a regular cab little truck, that's for sure. So we had to find him a or truck. So you got to fit whatever fits you fit your budget what you can afford. You know, there's only two kinds of cars afford and Kane afford and Manam Cain affords. They're miserable. You got to get behind the wheel. You gotta look at it every day and 'bout to time. It breaks down. You gotta spend money. You get you fall in love with it. And so, you know, check around what? What you need talk to people who own talk to mechanics talked body shops, doctor the body shop the other day about a vehicle man, the parts were so high about it made a mistake. I thought I'd get by cheap in order to fix some minor damage. It cost me a lot of money. So tell your mechanic friend of mine MAV Jaguar the other day that said you got Jaguar mechanic. No, no, well, what are you gonna do about when it breaks? He's is pretty new low miles. I don't think it will break got news for you. What man makes breaks? That's all you got to be prepared for that be ready to spend some money is not easy. So get you mechanic, made sure he works on a down talk to parts house, Horner parks, water parks for Toyotas, while they cost one partial Xs cost one say these parties stock a lot of Mercedes parts, a DM Mercedes Cannock new would you recommend who's close by get all your ducks in a row, get your education wind up? So you'll know that this purchase your about to make. That you can handle it get it fixed understand what's going on. And know exactly what you need to do it. So I'm here to educate you the best. I can I've been in the business of seen it. Oh, hey, I started when mom and pop stores people dealerships o-on dealership, and they were happy to make a decent living. Now, they won't be billionaires own a hundred stores. So you got to be ready mentally physically in spiritually limitation. Something. I tell people pray about it. And remember proverbs one five let the wise listening Ed to their learning. So you got to understand exactly what you're trying to do on ever situation. Whereabout take a short break. Remember, I'll be back in a minute. We're on usually not this week. Usually, I'm on Facebook live, and I want you to know exactly to get on there. Randy adams. We may have switched to Randy Adams ain't learned to buy and sell cars dot com. But also give out my phone number. I'm available. Label, but I can buy cars all over the country. I've got his third up to buy where you're at. So give me a call them a mobile and made sure that she did a call and let me make an offer on your car. We're going to go through that in the next segment a little bit. And you'll understand exactly what we're going on. We'll be right back in a minute. Thank.
"tommy charles" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To be moved up. And so the powers that be decided that whatever that day was this is a date. We're gonna start the season and wherever each team is that's where they'll begin the year. And as it happened the rich were in Houston on that date. Barry Larkin tripled with a basis loaded in the eleventh inning in the astrodome. I'll Charlie Kirkdale to win. And they never vacated first place. I seem to go wire-to-wire since divisional play came into the game in nineteen sixty nine. And then we all know what happened when the postseason began their the this opening day, obviously, we'll send out because it is my last one. Yep. Marnie which two or three of the nine or ten managers that you've worked with forty six years, which two or three manager stand out in your memory. That's good question naturally sparking. He meant so much to me. He was so good to me. And you know, I compare my coming in seventy. Four to replace, Al. And I and I compare that with Tommy throw is in here to do a lot of games and hope to make it good enough impression that he will be here after I'm gone. And I was awed by the whole thing. Was just overwhelmed by it. And it was sparky and it was bench in. It was Morgan was Pete. And it was Peres all of them made it easy for me to adjust to being in the big leagues as a broadcaster. Tommy Charles coming in here. I had missed a beat. I mean, he's gonna lead you Batty means he's cocky in a good sort of way. And I respect that. I mean, I think the kids got a lot of moxie about him. And he's got a chance to be pretty good. Sparky one. I would say Pete John McNamara, and Lou Pinella, they would probably be my big four. I've seen enough. The other day you said I've seen enough on one on your life. Russia. You're gonna walk the ballpark. If they didn't get him out of there yesterday. But they're the guys in such a say that you know, I haven't enjoyed dob only. They're only been a couple of guys that I didn't see eye to eye with. And and I mean for they had to put up with me like it or not. But I've gotten close to almost every manager that that has been here since I came in seventy four, and that's a good thing. But it's also a curse because at some point you have to deal with the fact that they're going to be fired and that I've never been able to come to grips with that. When a guy I love dusty Baker. I mean, nobody loves beggar more than I do. And I hated to see him be let go, and I hate to see all the if I if I didn't get close to him that it wouldn't nearly be a personal thing with me. But, but you know, I'm the guy that does a radio show with them every day, and you can't help but get close to one kind of the nature of the business that every reds manager has been fired. It's very rare for a manager like. Joe Torre just simply to walk away with the thanks of a grateful club. That is the nature of the businesses. The manager gets fired every one of them very few managers walk away on their own terms. That's exactly right. And every one of them, and it transcends all sports, whether you're Beja league manager or your coaching. In college, basketball or football or the NFL the NBA or hockey, and you know, one day you're going to be fired. With a possible exception being Bill. You may never be fired. But that's just the nature of the beast. And you don't think any less of a guy because he gets fired. You know that it's just the way it is. And that doesn't mean you're not a good person. That doesn't mean you're a poor manager. It just it just happens. And and that's the road. They choose to travel, and and they accept it in the manner in which it was meant to be accepted your favorite team would be nineteen ninety. Why? Well. I differentiate that's my favorite team. The obviously the team I was most odd by their ability to play the game was big red machine. But the ninety club for a number one. You know, I I went from seventy six when I picked two world championship brings up in the first three years. I was here. In fact, Byron som- who has been long gone now, he was a voice of the Phillies for a long time. And he's in the broadcasters wing, and he came up to me and seventy seventy a young man, you realize how lucky your rather flippantly? I said, well, yeah, I guess so why he said you have two World Series rings. I said, yeah. I do you said you've done it in the first three years. I said, yes, sir. He said I've been doing. So as you ancients forty seven I'll have one yet. And that really did not make that much. On being until they went from seventy six hundred ninety and the season began with that ballgame in Houston. And and I for a lot of reasons one I love Lou Pinella to he comes over from the American League where he spent his entire career, and we're smart enough to surround himself with nationally coaches, and he listened to him in spring training when the games began because he had to learn the way to gain was managing our league, you know, without the D H as opposed to the American League. And once she did that he took off he was bombastic. He was profane. He wore his his his his desires and his hopes and dreams on his sleeve. All the players knew that if they got into an altercation with an empire. Verbal altercation within a matter of seconds. She was going to be out there taking the battle away from them and directed it from himself to an empire. They had the greatest chemistry of any team. I've ever seen. I mean, it transcended the white players African American players Hispanic players. Everybody loved one another. It was the most amazing group in coming together of young men I've ever seen. And you know, nobody take them to win anything. No. Like this club to finish third or fourth. Correct. I think they one nine out of ten they know they were they were they want. They wanted to I nine nine, and then they were thirteen and three I think after the first sixteen and they. You know, they they played a Pittsburg pirate team from my money was a better team than he'll have Lennox. And they beat them in six games. And then they face an Oakland team. Everybody was screaming dynasty about managed by the man who invented baseball, Mr. baseball. Tony. Beat them four straight. I mean, I love that team. Then one of the nicest things that any any player or players has ever done for me. Yeah. And I don't think I've ever said it publicly but in in in a number of years ago, they had a reunion at great American ballpark. And they brought all these guys back then I loved all of those guys. I mean, there wasn't a player on that team that I just liked. I liked them. All and they had a they had a Friday night Q and A honesty, you that I conducted with a microphone and fans could ask him questions. And I ask them questions, and what it was all over. They all gathered there off the first base foul line. And. You know, the the photographer scream to they wanted to take a team picture, and I was walking away and one of them yelled at me and say where you going. I said, I'm I'm out of here. He said, no, you're not you're gonna posed for this picture with us. And I was one of the nicest things that our team has ever done for me and the nineteen ninety world championship belongs to the Cincinnati Reds. Bensinger catches that ball. That's right. It was really cool. And it was just a great great budget. Guys. I I'd like to think that every young guy that comes into this business can can live close to or be a part of a magical year. Like, I wasn't nineteen ninety because boy was a lot of fun Marnie yesterday. I know I had thoughts about the Joe nuxhall and the thirty one years or so you spent grow and probably with all due respect to you. The most beloved character ever do exist in Cincinnati, sports, politics, whatever it was religion. It was Joe nuxhall is at the top of the list. Did you have a moment yesterday thinking how Joe would've reacted? I do it every every every time something comes up. I spoke to a group Tuesday night around seven hundred over the northern Kentucky convention center. And it never fails that you know, they they'd rather hit me tell stories about thirty one year relationship with him. And and someone asked us it. They said, what do you think Joe would be thinking right now about your announced retirement and all the things that he said he'd fall off the chair laughing because he'd know he he would know how uncomfortable. I am about a lot of this is not that. I don't appreciate it. I'm very honored by. But I'm very uncomfortable about it. And he would get a real charge out of that. And you know, you know, you know, how what kind of relationship we had. It was just it was just something extraordinary special. It was it was everything good and not a single thing decorative. And and part of this group. I spoke to I said, you know, with all due respect to people like Oscar Robertson and Pete Rose, and any of the great names from any walk of light in the history of our great city. He's number one. Nobody that can challenge him. I mean, he's a most iconic most beloved human being that ever lived in the city, and no matter what contribution other people making. I'm not putting minimizing them. But he's the guy. He's number one without any question. Marnie hold on stay right there. After the news. We're gonna come back and talk more about what lies ahead for Marty Brennaman. 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"tommy charles" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Eight hundred numbers three eight three ninety six twenty four but locally there's a bunch of people locally ten three seven. I'm sorry. I did it begins seven three seven twelve hundred. I'll give them a mobile number out. Second-half also important information in a few minutes, you need pen and paper write it down. This is something that will save you a lot of money. A bunch of people so far a lot of money. So you got opportunity to research insurance. You're right. Don't you just love it? Hey, I was having lunch here several months ago with two real estate ladies. They're not involved, but both dumbhead deals. They were running at me and on real estate because a little money to spend. And I when I get money out it burns a hole in my pocket, just like you. But I wanted to invest in invest in something it'll go up not down. But anyway, not automobile they go down like a roof. I don't talk about it. So we were talking about Bolton twelve model cars, and when they bought these cars and twelve day insurance was high and guess what every year the insurance goes up and their value goes down. What's our cars worth? When I told them they almost wanted to cry because they didn't realize how much money they had lost. Now. Both of them were on five-year notes. Both of them were paid for. That's the good news. You know, best kind of cars a paid for car. And so they were they were struggling they were struggling wise my peers, right? Keep going up and the value goes down. So that's the key. You got to know what's going on? Hello, mark. And peggy. And so you've got to know that we we what trades are triggers are buying purchases. What did he starts with the thought? And then it goes to our brain. And then it goes to our heart. Then it goes back pocket, national and all of a sudden, we're spending. Money, and we're trying to outrun the little darling home, man. I just you know, an average cars thirty six thousand four five six years. Nascar will be worth four grand, man. I hate losing thirty two thousand then you gotta work and pay his part, you know, own at thirty two thousand nine thirty six thousand two pay NedCar. You've lost young lady. Call me they've been in the military. She went through a divorce. She thought her credit was bad bitch found out it would. So she went into buying a new car. Well, they murdered this lady. So she's paid two years. It eleven thousand dollars in payments, and she still owes eighteen thousand dollars. But here's the bad news. She went in to get it refinanced to get better rates. She found out her credit was better than what the car. Do. You think a car dealer Latino about your credit rating? That's why you need to go to F D, C dot gob f. Frank, Tommy, Charles dot gov. Find out what your credit score is clean it up. Get it ready. Get a keep it in good shape because it matters today. Big dam. So she's goes in and see says, I wanna find it you we love you. We like your credit rating, but you await ten thousand twelve thousand dollar car. Hey in the car is worth twelve thousand because she didn't put no miles on thousand miles. She puts five thousand miles a year on the vehicle. So if she had eighty ninety thousand had been worth three four grand, but she don't put many miles on it. Now, she can't get it refinance. She can't get a better. But she'd been in the military so center, if you've been in the military USA, they'll finance you. And they'll take care of you because you were in the military. I don't marry and Pat, and so you've got to understand you gotta be mentally physically ready for a battle for all your money. You know, ran up Brooks here in San Antonio. They give you sixty days for the first payment. Now, why would would they do that you sixty days before your first payment is because they know the car dealers gonna take every dollar you got and you need a break. Honestly, you need ninety daybreak when you get through walking in there. And they they'll take they'll pick your pocket, and they'll ask you to go.
"tommy charles" Discussed on Super Station 101
"W y your your hometown god and country station superstation one zero one w i d e years ago there was a talk radio program here in birmingham that was hosted by a couple of real local characters dc and john ed tommy charles died many years ago john willoughby past three or four years ago and a big big big loss to birmingham broadcasting just just a an adorable man i mean just was really just a great guy when they were together on the air john ed coined the term don't you buy no ugly truck so i'm going to co opt and i'm gonna channel john edna say don't you buy crappy diamond get up to billy mitchell jewelry right up there moulton alabama they got an amazing assortment of diamonds they got an amazing assortment of settings to put it in if you're going to pop the question this year this spring young men that's the place for you if you're going to upgrade that ring that's been on her hand for low so many years to show.