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"william air" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:40 min | 7 months ago

"william air" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"14 seasons. That was 14th year. I said Yes, And I'd like mind blowing stats ever but in a very good player for a very long time. A couple of, you know, really good seasons and in Memphis up over 20 points a game. It is 67 assists in that range on and just Ah, really good, solid point guard. For a long time. So gets his first career All Star. Not so That's gonna be a cool feeling for him, even if it's as a replacement player, T O end his career. You know when, when you go Look, Mike Conley up on basketball reference or whatever, after this year, will say one time All Star because I think that might have surprised people that he's never made it all start. Team. I mean, the all Star roster is pretty large. You see this year, though, you know how tough it is. How many excellent players there are in the NBA like who gets left off the All Star roster and like I was saying that the top of the show The M V P debate just how deep the M V P field is right now the MBA as a ton of just crazy, talented guys, 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. Let's go to Jason and Boise. Jason, You're up next on the show. What's going on? Hey, man. Thanks for having me on the show. I just got done with the troubles Just trying to make a quick but, uh, me and my brother. We used that. Watch games and then place okay after the games or whatever, and drink a couple beers and While we play. I always picked Utah Jazz to hit play like Andrei Kirilenko. AK 47 causes Block was like I'm ridiculous, like 90 something you know he would always turn into like Hey, AK 47 all day, but that, Brad, you know, just crazy, stupid stuff like that. So I have good memories playing with them. I think the big difference now is like Because I'm kind of local in that area, right? We get the Utah Jazz games and a lot of people out here in Utah Jazz fans. Uh, is When they had their and Williams Boozer and Kirilenko people, You know, you walk around and you'll see a lot of people wearing the jerseys and you know talking about it. Nobody. Nobody talks about. One of the Mitchell or go bear. Just not Fan favorites, you know? I think that's the biggest difference. Well, you know, I mean, thank you for for being the call. I asked. I asked for somebody to play with the Utah Jazz. And you gave me an example that I don't recall. I mean, I can't speak to the Utah area. I've never been over there, but the you know they're on Williams Air. Those teams being celebrated either. Andre Caroline Co your references very good all around player in his day. Rebound cut to the basket finished around the rim block shots like you said, Um Put Yes, the jazz by the brain have always been nondescript. I mean, right now, Utah. Is 27 9. I mean, I don't recall that Williams Boozer. Paralegal team having a start that good either, and I don't think any of those guys are on a level above where Donovan Mitchell or Rudy Go bear is now either. Maybe there was a time there. Williams was thought of like that. But Um, obviously, his tenure in Brooklyn didn't really work out. So I think it's comparable. The star power is comparable. So I would wonder why would resonate cause I would assume People in that area are big on the jazz right now and into the jazz. Right now, um, you know, but Right on the national level. There's just something about Maybe that the location, the uniforms, the type of players, they've had the combination of all those things that Has never Had the jazz cut through is like a pop culture. Kind of team. And you know, like as good as those players are. None of them are in the M V P conversation or on that level, either. Like what? Checketts said it Donovan Mitchell about I don't know if I believe you're going to get to that. Next level. I didn't think was very fair. Because I don't believe Donovan Mitchell's going to get to that next level, either, But the level is at its pretty damn good. And it's zee higher level than I would have expected him to get to You know, I I didn't expect Donovan Mitchell to be the player he is now. So like if somebody's overachieving and and is an excellent NBA player, we then criticizing them because they're not the best NBA player. That seems a little strange, But when you're when you are talking about the levels, you know, a great philosopher once said. There's levels to this. When you are talking about that levels. I think Mitchell is a level below the true superstars. In the NBA. And you know, there are a lot of Doors or superstar level players in the NBA at the top of the show's listen off people who are having MVP caliber seasons. You know, I think Jimmy Butler has proved his value once again, given how well the heater playing now that he's back versus where they were when he was out Chris Paul what he's done for the Phoenix Suns. And these are guys who weren't even mentioned in the M V P race. Um Luca Dotage. You know he is the favorite coming into the season, The Mavericks got off to a little bit of a slow start. And people maybe don't realize just how good a season he's having now. Quite Leonard. Might be having the best regular season of his career not really mentioned in the M V P race. Steph Curry. Without him, the Warriors, probably the worst team in the league. These two time M v p. They're probably not good enough record wise for him to be in the conversation for real right now, but Certainly having an M V p caliber season. Damian Lillard. Is having.

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"william air" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"william air" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Runoff elections at the polls Tommy Tuberville and Jeff Sessions facing off the Republican nomination to run for the U. S Senate seat in the fall against Democrat Doug Jones, personal protection equipment at every precinct ain sanitizers there to voters are not required to wear a mask, but it requested to do so after the polls close at 7 p.m. Keep it right here in news radio, 1055 w E R C for the results. A 30 day internal review of the Birmingham Police Department found training of new officers does not include chokeholds, but the mayor says he's banning them anyway. Miranda Woodfin, along with City Council member Hunter Williams air serving US cochairs of a new task force for public safety as mayor. I know how important it is to make sure our department Continues to build upon the foundation it already has. Stripping is not just for themselves, but for the betterment of the community. They're sworn to serve. President Trump, Holding a press conference in the Rose Garden at the White House today, says the country's coming back, and he says he signed legislation today along with an executive order concerning China. This law gives my administration powerful new tools to hold responsible, the individuals and the entities involved in extinguishing Hong Kong's freedom. We've all watched What happened. Not a good situation. They're freedom's been taking away. Their rights have been taken away and with it goes Hong Kong in my opinion because it will no longer be able to compete with free markets. After starting the day with losses. Wall Street finished the trading day with another big rally. Dow Jones Industrial Average gaining more than 500 points that helped both the S and P 500 NASDAQ to finish in the green tomorrow, the deadline to turn in your federal income tax. It was postponed from April 15th due to the Cove in 19 pandemic. Filing this late you may want to do your work online is there is a huge paper backlog at the IRS, and that means delays if you expect to get a refund, the biggest crowd for a sporting event since the pandemic started expected for the NASCAR All Star race at Bristol Motor Speedway, up to 30,000 fans allowed to attend the winter, getting a $1 million prize. Denny Hamlin, who has won four races this year and the Americas Night race last year.

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"william air" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"william air" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Extra safety precautions in place in today's runoff elections at the polls Tommy Tuberville and Jeff Sessions facing off the Republican nomination to run for the U. S Senate seat in the fall against Democrat Doug Jones, personal protection equipment at every precinct ain sanitizers there to voters are not required to wear a mask, but it requested to do so. After the polls close at 7 p.m. Keep it right here in news radio, 1055 w e. R c for the results. A 30 day internal review of the Birmingham Police Department found training of new officers does not include chokeholds, but the mayor says he's banning them anyway. Miranda Woodfin, along with City Council member Hunter Williams air serving US cochairs of a new task force for public safety. As mayor. I know how important it is to make sure our department continues to build upon the foundation it already has. Stripping is not just for themselves, but for the betterment of the community they're sworn to serve. President Trump, Holding a press conference in the Rose Garden at the White House today, says the country's coming back, and he says he signed legislation today along with an executive order concerning China. This law gives my administration powerful new tools to hold responsible. The individuals and the entities involved in extinguishing Hong Kong's freedom. We've all watched What happened. Not a good situation. They're freedom's been taking away. Their rights have been taken away and with it goes Hong Kong, in my opinion because it will no longer be able to compete with free markets. After starting the day with losses, Wall Street finished the trading day with another big rally. Dow Jones Industrial Average, gaining more than 500 points that help both the S and P 500 NASDAQ to finish in the green. Tomorrow, the deadline to turn in your federal income tax. It was postponed from April 15th due to the HQ of covert 19 pandemic. If filing this late you may want to do your work online is there is a huge paper backlog at the IRS, and that means delays if you expect to get a refund. The biggest crowd for a sporting event since the pandemic started expected for the NASCAR All Star race at Bristol Motor Speedway. Up to 30,000 fans allowed to attend the winter, getting a $1 million prize. Denny Hamlin, who has won four races this year, and the Americas Night race last year at the Tennessee track, is one of the favorites. Next news at six more than Michael Barry Show in less than three minutes. I mean Gene or Bell on Birmingham's local news, traffic and weather leader. NewsRadio 1055 W. E. R C and I Heart radio station. Since you've been listening.

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FBI says Texas naval base shooting is 'terrorism-related'

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

FBI says Texas naval base shooting is 'terrorism-related'

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"william air" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"william air" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Literally minutes after the press conference that we just played a clip from she had pelo see there and you had Nadler and chef and you know close the stone faced in this is very serious and this is a threat to our Republic and this president such a unique threat it is our duty to the constitution and to the country to remove him from office via impeachment we take no pride in this but he is just using his office and it's terrible five minutes down the path she's like also we have a deal an exciting deal about U. S. M. C. A. in trade with that exact present she was just talking about here's a snippet got thirty seven there is no question of course this I tell you the image is much better than nafta but in terms of our work here it is infinitely better than what was initially opposed a proposed by the administration so the administration the Republicans seated a fair amount of ground in these negotiations apparently there are more stops and carrots for organized labor so the AFL CIO's gotten behind it the Democrats are now please it's good enough trump once a notch this win some moderate Democrats want to notch this when it seems like they've got a plan in place and this thing could very well now pass with a new trade deal basically the new version of nafta with our neighbors to the north and south Canada and Mexico that again both of those things impeachment and U. S. M. C. A. happen within minutes of each other this morning now just a few hours ago our final fox news alert on this segment bill Barr the Attorney General giving an exclusive interview to NBC news and Pete Williams aired on MSNBC talking.

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An Interview with Air Force One Pilot Col. Mark Tillman

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

10:15 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with Air Force One Pilot Col. Mark Tillman

"Air Force One pilot Colonel Mark Tillman is here to join us this evening. When you're hearing this he's actually here to present in the museum on the evening here of nine eleven Colonel Tillman? Thank you so much for making the trip up here to spend some time with us now. This is incredible credible. I've always wanted to come up here and very happy to do it. You're a great bunch folks amendment of we'll have so far well. You have even seen this evening it uh-huh well. How do you want to do you want to kick things off here? Sure absolutely mark. If you don't mind I always like to at anytime we talked to anybody who's WHO's actively involved in flying aviation has has certainly as we are I like to know how it started. Do you have an earliest earliest aviation memory. Were you a kid building. Models and looking up on airplanes flew over. How did that spark hit you? I definitely as a kid I was always building models but the biggest challenge for me was my dad was construction worker and we just didn't have the money to learn how to fly so there was a north Perry airport was just outside of where we lived in south Florida but it just as my dad said someday. You'll get your chance but right now we just don't have that kind of money so good watching them all the time. My father used I actually he built runways use a construction worker that would build roads and runway so I was always out at the airport of watching a mu- repave the runway build the runway at Fort Lauderdale North Perry whatever so had to wait for the military so I joined the military. ROTC Lane University and then when I graduated I literally was a chemical engineer in the Air Force made me a rocket propulsion engineer until I could get a pilot training plot but two years later I got the piloting slot started out after pilot training as a C. One thirty pilot and then was ploughed back in to be a t thirty seven instructor pilot after that went back to Williams air force base and then slowly just kept flying and eventually the move actually applied to the eighty ninth airlift wing out at Andrews Air Force Base flying the Vice President First Lady Senators Congressman was selected elected and after the first year they're lucky enough to have the guys at Air Force One have me fly the backup on a Gulfstream three and from then on slowly. I got hired by Air Force One so it's about eighteen years at Air Force One allow so so you started you would've started on the T. thirty-seven for primary training than the C. One thirty then back to the t thirty seven sacred definitely that was the progression at what was it what was it about the the eighty nine th airlift wing which is which handles all all the VIP flying for the air force correct. Yes what was it about that job that attracted you you know they they had the new shiniest business aircraft at Gulfstream threes and fours and they had seven Oh sevens lot of history there and for me the goal was always you know fly heavies. I I love flying the t thirty seven thirty eight going fast having a fast pants on but I love the idea of jumping into a cargo plane or a heavy and going around the world and see in places and say go into the eighty ninth for me was as you know there's another opportunity to go around the world fly. Dignitaries and five star hotels have a blast while you're doing it and just continue on my educational locational flying surveys great. I'm still just going to be chuckling at Fast Pansa like I'm lucky if I remember my adult pants. Somebody is hopefully going to have that. Call sign here in what I have to ask was the first day you came into the eighty ninth aircraft of course many of them have the special paint job Abban it. How did you feel walking in the door starting to see those aircraft? They had to get pretty exciting right. Now is the greatest feeling ever I mean it was you got hired by by a group of people that were the best of the best and they they felt that you could make the cut so good and as a Gulfstream three guy seeing the blue and whites and coming coming in flying senators congressman all the VIP's in Washington DC was truly an honor and nothing wrong with staying clean while you're flying line as well and you stayed in your dress uniform and while you're flying you get a nice meal. Get a chance go to the restroom. I joke around because my my son's a growl or pilot in the navy so he he's a fighter guy and that's all I ever hear from him is you know how dad you're just a pilot where he's an exceptional channel pilot because he can he can land on an aircraft carrier all the time but you know I'm always telling him you know when I turn around and I have a great meal and get a chance to go to the restroom he he's not but we have a good time with the how in the world did did an air force guy ever. Let let us get end up in the navy is the craziest thing ever he was going in the Air Force National Guard and then they delayed as pilot training slot by two years so he we weren't Phoenix scenic send I came home from flying one day and he said Hey I just went down to the recruiter downtown in the navy. They say they can get into pilot training next month I just have to go through T S era. OTC or whatever the navy calls it and sure enough they they loaded him up and he was often. He was ready to go so he's he's been he's been loving it. I mean life is so all my navy friends and flying with those guys is always different but now that I've got a son do it. It's it's incredible. Some of the things those guys do a tween. He flies at the Hornet guys. I guess I guess the crawler is pretty much hornet with the with the gun but he's he does a lot of crazy stuff tough and he's deploying a lot and he's happy skit on the planet because he's flying four or five times a week but we thank you for your service but but by extension your son Your family serves thank you in that way and that's that's certainly greatly appreciated it. He's doing a little bit of a little bit of reading the other day about some of the history of presidential pilots and obviously on on the twenty five or what we think of traditionally as Air Force One first and foremost for those that don't know what's important point that that simply a call sign that any anything other within a marine or navy aircraft that the president's aboard any air force aircraft is given that Call Center Force One correct definitely so President Bush flew the Navy Levy plain out to the to the Rim Lincoln that was navy one so it was at the first time we'd ever had a navy one those my understanding and as a navy did it it it was hilarious because they had like five of them all lined up case of a one broke the next one broke and the next one kinda worried about it. We're not gonNA screw the navy brother really worried about that. I can only only imagine and and obviously the the large airplanes have you know on the seven forty sevens were excited when I think of his. Vc Twenty five was that a three person crew flightdeck were you still maintaining a just have a flight engineer some forty seven the VC twenty-five seven forty seven two hundred so it has actual flight engineer position to pilots and a navigator position. Oh it was four women cruel frontier so anyway with with no disrespect to the to those but when you think about what I'm going. I'm going with all this. Is We think about the the command pilot position sort of you were part of a crew but but but you're sort sort of the face of the crew as that once you're in the left seat and when we talk about presidential pilots there's only really been a handful of people in that position when you going back to sort of the end of the Roosevelt administration before he died and independence is the number I saw it with something like it seemed impossibly small like only fifteen sixteen people or or something like that would have been sort of left seat command pilot on an air force aircraft carrying the president and that was powerful to me to the small small number nine so that the presidential pilot I was number twelve so you're assigned to the president so you're actually assigned to the president there seven the other pilots in the unit. They're all presidential pilots but tradition is the presidential pilot numbered pilot is going to do all take off and landings from the left seat because you're you're you're basically assigned to the president and your deputy. When you're GONNA will do all the take off Atlanta from the left seat with the president on board? Everyone goes through the a civilian training as a captain. We all get captain qualified so you can always fly from the left seat every one of us but the experience level so high so you've done the presidential pile on the left seat. You're co-pilot is equally as qualified. He's not a youngster he's been in the military minimum of ten or twelve years flying heavies and so he he or she is all set ready to go but there's always a backup plan as well so even though you're not in in the left seat of the primary aircraft. There's a good chance you'll be in the left seat of the backup aircraft command of that and that's how you get the majority of train in the seven forty seven interesting so you said you were number twelve now. Is that a numbering system that goes back forty so that's it goes back to the days of when they basically when the seven oh sevens came online they're hundred eisenhower. Truman right away works away on re to present day so so if you were the the twelfth then that means that before you started or just as you were about to start more people had walked on the moon than Bennett presidential pilot that really blows my mind yeah. It's it's truly an honor. That's the way I I look at it as you know. It's just how the the unity the tradition of the unit is you know and same with the Marines Marines and Marine One.

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"william air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"william air" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Formed and 'aeronautics club and built glider for mail. Order parts ordered glider was pulled into air by two horses. And it wasn't until year later that they were able to mount the motor on it. And be I and flight in Arizona and night. Teen Oneida also that they would Douglas have the first international airport. They did they did. We had a great interviewed last week on trains. You can go to Rosie on the house dot com slash radio. Download that podcast. A lot of people were asking about it. Dr Jean joined us on air there. Some interesting things that had come up this week afterwards. The true west magazine book review on a book called the edge of anarchy, the labor wars in the rail industry from one hundred years ago was in so that's a true magazine and find that book, and they're and they're reviewing Union Pacific suspended work in phrase, those Texas, it was the biggest capital investment that companies made in one hundred fifty six years of business. But in the middle of building it the Saturday may switch the way they run the real car. So they stopped construction right in the middle of it. So you never know. How topic is to snowball? I can't believe that feedback. We got on the train segment last week. A lot of people enjoyed that. So I think we're going to have to have that a little bit more frequently because we got through a fraction of the information that they have prepared for us and the first Saturday of every month in Williams this year, they're firing up old locomotive at the at the Grand Canyon railway in Williams air Zona. You can go to just search Williams. Arizona state engineer be here in June to talk about that perfect. But we've got the star interview right now. Mr. Kimberly, thanks for putting this all together for us. This is incredible. What you guys do is. Absolutely amazing. So glad to be one of your partners. Thank you for being here at Sanderson Ford. You know, the other day, I was listening to you guys. And you talked about a friend of mine Paul Roe v o and I've had so many calls back of for years. Kinda guy and Milkin sheep. And so he says, well, let me have you try some of our cheese. What you think about that? It was a amazing. Nobody believes me you have to try try. This doesn't taste sheep. You're like, no, we're not trying didn't say anything. I just put it in the food without mentioning it was can even know the defense bring that up this morning. High school and knew the whole family. And so on a nice guy. Oh. Studio with that was so neat. So you never know what you're gonna learn on Roseana actions. You know, we're all about connecting with Arizona people. The Robie vary. I think is in their third or fourth generation of family ownership Sanderson forward. Tell us about Sanders. You know, this is really exciting to have you here because we're going into our sixty four anniversary. And I was I remember when I didn't even know anybody sixty four years old. No, I are. So anyway, it's really exciting because we started may of nineteen fifty five and when Mr. Sanderson started, this it was twenty-five employs. And now we have over over four hundred. It's a tremendous growth so thankful for our relationship. But it's all about relationships our relationship and also the people that we serve this dealership is dedicated to the employee's and the customers they serve and how long have you been at this location since nineteen sixty three. Yeah. Well, the the first. The first car I had to buy for myself. Was office lot. And it was F one hundred..

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"william air" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

Sports Gambling Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"william air" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

"Men investing eight hundred million spring league. Well, maybe he's going to do it. Right. Maybe that was the problem. Why I don't know if the af had a billion dollars a capital, I'm saying, right, obviously, not because they need to suck guys. They can get two hundred fifty million dollars in the middle of the K. But regardless I'm saying there is a demand for spring football that can work in this country. I believe that our I'm not arguing that point. I'm arguing that the F is not it. And maybe the XFL will be probably not. Okay. There's just a lot. I mean, the NFL teams practice all year. It's a team game you need chemistry. Like, we were like, so you're going to argue the product it was good. The product was infinitely better in week seven than it wasn't week one. And that's a problem. I saw I mean, dude, I'm a guy who loves college football product. No to me. It's like, how do you watch the CFO? Yes. Okay. Nah. Kobi's missing the point that things have to make money breaking news Lear that it wasn't. Speaking of where we are going to get to these recap the elite eight and make our final four picks. But Ryan, I don't know if you saw this. What are you? What do you show me? Texas AM has announced that buzz Williams will be their new coach is it official. Yep. Wednesday night, go based at work. Well, I have a theory that he wanted to join the SEC and not get out coached again by coach K. Well, clearly got out coach Tom Izzo a guy who has what does he have three of the top five draft picks and couldn't get to the final four Lost. loss. The second round is central Florida. Refs. Didn't you know? Fuck him. Over the yellow area sparked their Duke has been getting calls all season and then in the second half when they actually need to send someone to the line. But they're not in the bonus. And they're intentionally fouling, but they only have three fouls that was really great that they couldn't send someone to the foul line. Right. What are your thoughts on the buzz Williams air? I mean, he's great. He they were what were they wanting one in something in the ACC when he took the job. Yeah. And they won two tournament games in his fifth year. So I would say that's pretty objectively. Impressive. It would it puts him in discussion for best coach in the country. What how many coaches stop the show? Like legit, you go to a school that doesn't have any real recruiting prowess. That isn't a basketball school that doesn't spend money on the basketball program has an old outdated State Stadium or Rena. What what is tell me what coach goes there? And does that job? I'm saying it sounds a lot like, you're describing Texas Tech. I don't what are you trying to say saying I'm saying for coach of the year, you're saying I'm not saying coach of the year. I'm saying buzz Williams is one of the best coaches in the country. He's a great coach. I agree. I don't know. How many other coaches go to Virginia Tech and do the job? He did in five years period. Yeah. It's probably only have probably like fifteen canal K couldn't have done that. I I'll tell you that buddy. You're you're you're you're a clown. Coach. Give know give me a backflip rate. Nothing to say about Williams with the word out of Blacksburg is that certain members of the administration are happy to see him. Go sounds difficult guy to deal with the same stories that came out of Marquette didn't get along with the was only that he serves to be ego maniac. He's fucking good at what he does. Isn't that kind of what you throw out there when a guy? No when you lose a guy that's finally bringing your program relevance. Because some of these suits they were getting sweaty. Keep by do. I do think he'd go. He now that he's gone. He fucking shops from the Jason Witten menswear. No, I do. I don't I I have no reason to not believe these stories..

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"william air" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"william air" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Everyone to the Dell Wamsley radio show. This is Michael soul extending in for Dell today, and in the last segment we were talking about some of the opportunities that you have to change your life. Make some choices make some different things happen things that can change your life dramatically where you can end up being the one that's picking what you end up having a great life or having people tell you what to do in your life and a lot of people. I find. Just don't have the vehicle the knowledge or are around the right people that can show them how to do this. That's why we created lifestyles unlimited. He wanted to make it his life's work. So that people have a place to go in a safe environment where they can be taught equally fairly and information on how they can do this in as little as two to five years. And I was just getting into the fact is those thinking on the break is you ever if you're a guy this tell me, if this isn't most guys, you know, they're sitting with their girlfriend or their wife, and they're gone their way to a party or an event, and they may not have GPS and they get in. They get in the car, and and they plug in and say, let's go and all of a sudden you're driving around in circles. And you don't know where you're going and next thing, you know, it's like, no, no, no, I don't need to use it. I know where I'm going just give me a minute. That's a guy. That's typically a guy thing. Or a girl which say or a woman would say, we'll let me just stop and ask. But note, the guy just says, no, no, I got it. I got I'm good. I'm good. You know, what that is? That's ego. That's ego. And if you can create the ability one day just to stop long enough to say my way isn't working on the way to my financial future. You can have a direction change. You don't have to be on that treadmill of life each and every day, or it's the same thing over and over and over again and most things is, you know, you you have a girlfriend or a wife or a man or a husband in the case of so you can partner with them and bounce ideas off them to share ideas to say, I value, you I have a purpose to share my life with you. That's what that's all about in a life partnership. It doesn't matter if you're single married or dating it works the same way. And if you think about what is it that you're not doing that other people that are playing golf today or people that are at the tennis game or watching a game at the at the arena or they're off somewhere in Europe or in Mexico or just just taking a regular vacation middle of the week shopping. That's what life. Lifestyles unlimited passive income map that Dell made does. Well, how do you do this? Well, if you want to dramatically change, your income for life quickly, you're going to be finding that you can use that with single family or multifamily real estate mantle solve your problem. But most people will say, I don't want to be a millionaire. I never thought of being a William air. No one in my family's a millionaire. I'm not asking you to be one. I'm asking you to say consider the possibility if you just added two or three or four rental properties to your regular portfolio of what you do. Now. That's going to change your life. Because if we just use a general average of five thousand dollars a rental per year of income, and you have five properties what twenty five thousand dollars do for you to be able to make some different choices. Just think about that. Take us somebody just handed you a check. And they've got that check in your names on it, just visualizes. And the check says John Doe Sally, do whoever whatever your name is just imagine that. And then that check can be divvied out. However, you want I don't care if you think of it as a lottery check because it's not a lottery, it's not one time. This comes forever forever. That's what passive income is tenants pay your mortgage tenants give you equity as they pay your loan down tenants, pay your your your debt service on your on your loan. They do all of that. And all you do is take care of the property. Make sure that somebody else shows up when the plumbing goes out, you don't do it yourself. That's what Dell says don't work on your property work. Work in the property in the sense that you don't do the work that you're the strategist. You're the one that decides what the wrench should be how the place looks word is located still you're making choices this way, not someone else. This gives you lots of options and Dell has three roles that he always talks about one of them is first and foremost, don't lose money don't lose money. No one wants to lose money. But but yet what are you doing today? You're in the stock market. That's pretty risky twenty percent down last fall recently went down. Now, it's up it's down. It's up. It's down. Why would you wanna put yourself for your entire life in something that other people are making choices for you? We're talking hedge funds flash traders stockbrokers people like that. And you say Michael, but I don't know what else there is. There's real estate real estate is a business. It's not a game. It's. It's an actual business that you direct the focus of where you're going you direct the rents you direct or the property is. And you're the one that collects the cash flow producing that. Well, del second rule is it has to have cash flow. We never look at a property unless it's making money, or it has a modest place that it can give you that income and even in a downturn of the economy, you're set because you've put your money side, you're saving it on a regular basis as the cash flow comes in that income can be used and taken out and that cash flow is what funds your next house and the Gaels last rule is you can't get rich slow. There's all these things is if you're in an employer plan, you're in a get rich slow mode, and no one's talking about. You didn't hear me talk about get rich quick because that's not what lifestyles unlimited is. We don't flip houses. We don't do those kinds of things we buy and hold. Real estate for long. Periods of time anytime from two years to ten years on an average, and we make them better. We improve them. We get cash from them. We take the property because it's going to go up in value, and it creates income from that value. Additionally, it creates equity capture additionally as the appraisals go up on the property because the neighborhoods improving that gets this the tax benefits. So for example, if you're in a tax situation where you're making thirty thousand dollars a year of income, and if you had some depreciation from your real estate you can offset that where you don't pay any taxes or very little taxes. That's a unique set of circumstances that our tax code does force. Well, the problem is when you look at the results of your mutual funds that you have access to their really average at best right managers are the ones that are making these hundreds of thousands of dollars and they're. You're letting them in essence think about this. If your employer plan, you're letting someone else use your money. Four someday when you hope to retire when you hope that it's enough. That's a life of quiet desperation that is leaving yourself at risk and not to mention the flash traits that happened which are simply people making bets that's gambling. That's a gambling situation. So what part of that equation makes any of us comfortable, not a one of us. Most people don't like that because they spend their night worrying him I to have a chance to retire with any money, and there's the other group that retires just about the time the market crashes, and then they lost about half their income. Why would you put your money in a place that you have the chance of losing thirty forty fifty percent when you're about to retire, folks? That's not the way to go. And when we get back we're gonna get into how.

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"william air" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

08:14 min | 2 years ago

"william air" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"This is Michael solich standing in for Dell today, and in the last segment we were talking about some of the opportunities that you have to change your life. Make some choices make some different things happen things that can change your life dramatically where you can end up being the one that's picking what you end up having a great life or having people tell you what to do in your life and a lot of people. I find. Just don't have the vehicle the knowledge or are around the right people that can show them how to do this. That's why we created lifestyles unlimited. He wanted to make it his life's work. So that people have a place to go in a safe environment where they can be taught equally fairly and information how they can do this in as little as two five years. And I was just getting into the fact is those things on the break is you ever if you're a guy this tell me, if this isn't most guys, you know, they're sitting with their girlfriend or their wife and they're on their way to a party or an event, and they may not have GPS, and they get it. They get in the car, and and they plug in say, let's go and all of a sudden you're driving around in circles. And you don't know where you're going and next thing, you know, it's like, no, no, no, no. I don't need to use it. I know where I'm going just give me a minute. That's a guy. That's typically a guy thing or a girl would say or. Woman would say, well, let me just stop and ask. But not the guy just says. No, no, I got it. I got it. I'm good. I'm good. You know, what that is? That's ego. That's ego. And if you can create the ability one day just to stop long enough to say my way isn't working on the weight of my financial future. You could have a direction change. You don't have to be on that treadmill of life each and every day, or it's the same thing over and over and over again and most things is you have a girlfriend or a wife or a man or a husband in the case of so you can partner with them and bounce ideas off them to share ideas to say, I value. I have a purpose to share my life with you. That's what that's all about in a life partnership. It doesn't matter if you're single married or dating it works the same way. And if you think about what is it that you're not doing that other people that are playing golf today or people that are at the tennis game or watching a game at the at the arena or they're off somewhere in Europe or in Mexico or just just taking a regular vacation middle of the week shopping. That's what lifestyles unlimited passive income. Yup. That Dell made does well, how do you do this? Or if you want to dramatically change your income for life quickly. You're going to be finding that you can use that with single family or multifamily real estate and that'll solve your problem. But most people will say, I don't want to be a millionaire. I never thought of being and William air, no one in my family's a millionaire. I'm not asking you to be one. I'm asking you to say consider the possibility if you just added two or three or four rental properties to your regular portfolio of what you do. Now. That's going to change your life. Because if we just use a general average of five thousand dollars a rental per year of income, and you have five properties, what would twenty five thousand dollars do for you to be able to make some different choices just think about that take somebody just handed you a check. And they've got that check in your names on it, just visualizes. And the check says John Doe SALCEDO, whoever whatever your name is just imagine that. And then that check can be divvied out. However, you want I don't care if you think of it as a lottery check 'cause it's not a lottery, it's not one time. This comes forever forever. That's what passive income is tenants pay your mortgage tenants give you equity as they pay your loan down tenants, pay your your your debt service on your on your loan. They do all of that. And all you do is take care of the property. Make sure that somebody else shows up. The plumbing goes out. You don't do it yourself? That's what Dell says don't work on your property work work in the property in the sense that you don't do the work that you're the strategist. You're the one that decides what the wrench should be how the place looks word is located still you're making choices this way, not someone else. This gives you lots of options and Dell has three roles that he always talks about one of them is the first foremost don't lose money don't lose money. No one wants to lose money. But but yet what are you doing today? You're in the stock market. That's pretty risky twenty percent down last fall recently went down. Now, it's up it's down. It's up. It's down. Why would you wanna put yourself for your entire life in something that other people are making choices for you? We're talking hedge funds flash traders stockbrokers people like that. And you say Michael, but I don't know what else there is there's real estate. Real estate is a business. It's not a game. It's it's an actual business that you direct the focus of where you're going you direct the rents you direct or the property is. And you're the one that collects the cash flow per doing that. Well, del second rule is it has to have cash flow. We never look at a property unless it's making money, or it has a modest place that it can give you that income and even in a downturn of the economy, you're set because you've put your money aside. You're saving it on a regular basis as the cash flow comes in that income could be used and taken out and that cash flow is what funds your next house, and the Dell's last rule is you can't get rich slow. Well, there's all these things is if you're in an employer plan, you're gonna get rich slow mode, and no one's talking about. You didn't hear me talk about get rich quick because that's not what lifestyles unlimited is. We don't flip houses. We don't do those kinds of things. We buy and hold real estate for long. Periods of time anytime from two years to ten years on an average, and we make them better. We improve them. We get cash from them. We take the property 'cause it's gonna go up in value, and it creates income from that value. Additionally, it creates equity capture additionally as the appraisals go up on the property because the neighborhoods improving that gets this the tax benefits. So for example, if you're an tax situation where you're making thirty thousand dollars a year of income, and if you have some depreciation from your real estate you can offset that where you don't pay any taxes or very little taxes. That's a unique set of circumstances that our tax code does force. Well, the problem is when you look at the results of your mutual funds that you have access to their really average at best right managers are the ones that are making these hundreds of thousands of dollars, and they're you're letting. Them in essence think about this. If your employer plan, you're letting someone else use your money. Four someday when you hope to retire when you hope that it's enough. That's a life of quiet desperation that is leaving yourself at risk and not to mention the flash traits that happened which are simply people making bets that's gambling. That's a gambling situation. So what part of that equation makes any of us comfortable, not one of us. Most people don't like that because they spend their night worrying him I going to have a chance to retire with any money, and there's the other group that retires just about the time the market crashes, and then they lost about half their income. Why would you put your money in a place that you have the chance of losing thirty forty fifty percent. When you're about to retire, folks. That's not the way to go. And when we get back we're going to get into how you can change that on the on the Dell EMC radio show and.

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"william air" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"william air" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

"I don't think it was embarrassing. But I do think he was out coat and getting out coach coach K's, not necessarily a something that that doesn't happen all the time. But yeah, I do think that was the case in this one fair enough. Well, you get agreement for me. I also lean on the North Carolina side, plus one I just think it's a bad spot. You kind of mentioned this Virginia the game of the year one day rest, North Carolina. You mentioned the rebounding, well, rebounding a lot has to do with effort. And it's to me watching the Miami game North Carolina looked like they're going through the motions probably peaking ahead to this big game on. Monday night. They found a way to get the job done and overtime, which would have been a very very bad law said they lost at home as a double digit favorites Tamiami. But I I mean, look at North Carolina seven straight wins now for the tar heels they're eleven and won their last twelve games. I found this that the be rather surprising. You mentioned a good one there. As far as the eighty one points allowed being the most allowed for a Tony Bennett team for Virginia. How about this first time North Carolina's been nine and one first ten games of ACC play in the ROY Williams air sixteen years. This is the first time all those great teams couple national titles. First time, North Carolina. And I think what three national titles now on ROY Williams. First time they've been nine and one in ACC play. So it's a good North Carolina team in a good spot. But from what I've seen recent history. You talk tempo and Virginia would struggle from what I've seen the last five meetings between these two Virginia's the one that's dictated temple. How about this? Even though North Carolina likes the running gun up and down the floor the last five meetings. These two have combined to average the two of them combined off hundred and thirteen points per game. The last five to meet Virginia's dictated temple whoever's going to if it's up and down the floor North Carolina, you might have one of your bets of the year. If it's a ground and pound type of game like Virginia's played North Carolina last five meetings. Then I think that kinda plays in the hands of Virginia. Just they lean on North Carolina for me again, the overnight lines plus one anything nad sleepy. Yeah. I think if you're looking at Virginia here, you've got to be a little worried about their psyche after Duke loss, if they got a win they can go and say, you know, what we actually have a chance to go ahead and do something, but judging how the tar heels played at home against Miami. Obviously a narrow win. They're clearly looking ahead to this game. You know, Virginia's big issue in the Duquesne was the fact that they were unable to get to the free throw line. Just six free throws Duquette. Twenty three. I think that's going to show up in this game. They bring three hundred and twenty fifth at three hundred fifty. The three teams in the nation and free throw attempts. I think that's going to be a big problem for them here, North Carolina. They get to the line the lot they ranked number ninety ninth in the nation thirty five and free throw percentage. I think that stat areas gonna show up here. I think tar heel nation smells blood in the water. I actually like this is probably the strongest game at all the games that you gave for this podcast. I bet yet. I I wouldn't less its strongest wrong. It's my strongest like, yeah. I do I I like North Carolina. I think this lines can actually flip. I think they're going to become a small favorite here. So I like North Carolina up to minus two. Let me throw this out to you guys. Would you have preferred Virginia to beat Duke because that was my thinking I'd rather have Virginia off the big win. If I'm looking back, North Carolina. I'd rather have Regina off a big win against what they're. Yeah. Of course, you would have. And that's why you know, I it would have also been nice. If you're if you wanted to back North Carolina would have been nice to see North Carolina blow that game against Miami. But yeah, obviously, if if you. Virginia wins that game of the year..

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"william air" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

Mindfulness Mode

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"william air" Discussed on Mindfulness Mode

"And so I've actually had to take some of my own advice, which has. Max are you is coaching, you know, your heart's desire or something you do because other people thought you'd be good at and I am good at it. But most people do not really want me to hire me as their coach what they want and what I've found that. I I do really good is I put people in connection with with hosted by gas radio shows, blogs, even some TV shows. So they could share their stories at get more exposure for what they're doing at grow their businesses. And it's turned out to be, you know, the the former Karnik kid the guy who used to do the bookings for the bid way, the promoter the guy who's has no problem asking for what he wants whether it be over the phone Email or or for while retraction. A lot of people are frayed to ask for the things they need. So I've become that guy who will. Will put them out there. Get them on TV and radio with them share their stories in grow their coaching businesses or their blogs podcasts. Now, tell you. I get a lot of satisfaction from an and I'm also learned that I'm doing some white women will coaching while I'm helping them because like my first client in the online me work. The when I first talked to her. She didn't think anybody wanted to hear her story that nobody would want to have Ronin in interview and are convinced that non would they want to. But they she needed to. And it just recently she's gotten to the point where she's an attorney, and she didn't feel like people would hire her as an attorney if they knew she was an author as we finally got her past that walked where she's now had a book signing in her home city of Rio and she's done media appearances down there. She's even header book-publishing Portuguese. So now, there's no reason anybody that doesn't know who she is or that she is an author of award winning inter. Nicely successful books in the legal thrower Johner. So I get to do some coaching at the same time. Because a lot of people no matter how good their story. Is it believe that their story is good enough that people will want them to tell it? Wow. That's that's such a problem with people. I mean it boils down to confidence in a lot of ways doesn't it? Boils down to converse about a lot of it is also comparison, they look at some of the people who are making the rounds on the TV shows or the top fogcast nego- that person has a better story than I do. There's no way he would want me to share my story because they've got people are getting now share an example of my own. I used to I never had this problem as far as podcasts radio shows. Or if I had the problem, I went I wanna to end at since I'm of I would've had sent out emails anyway. But you know, some of the people I admire who are also visually impaired are Eric William air the adventure. Who's climbed the seven summits or Rachel's Kadora shoes rice the arrive, and I was like a biscuit, one go now, those people have stories, but as I continue to do this.

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"william air" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"william air" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"You're listening to comedy central. Ladies and gentlemen, coming to you live from the rod library Raina in Melvin actually don't live. It's a putt cost. No. And this is this is prerecorded probably senses of listened to it and cut out all the good stuff. Live jacket is locked Jack. I wear the road. I rain in the last night of the two in Strack. This maybe my biggest Kigobe ever done, maybe by one hundred people or something I've done a few that twelve thousand twelve thousand sucking on your own. We haven't hit a random. Thirteen thousand people twelve thousand full thirteen thousand anyway, Jim jeopardy shy podcast with me today. I have my guest is far shore say forest high. All right chatty. We also have Brad Brad, Brad Williams air. Hey, thanks for having me guys and ammo skill everybody. Gary talking on the Mike. Okay. Good. All right. Good. And once again, my mother not present. Yes. You talked about in the last three easy motherhood that she's a friends f she also give that give the mysterious. My friend said it was very funny on the podcast when you walked me auditing, listen or did she say when you ought to be parents, my mom, always goes you and your brothers. You're always lampooning me lampooning. Yeah. Or when I was a kid like making the go. She goes you're in canoed alling all the time. The word could live canoed Alie. Needling sounds like it's not bad. It's kind of innocent. No one's ever been metoo for a canoed UIL. Canoed Algona out of control. Generally. No means no could noodling. Geoffrey Rush got me. Yeah. He's he's there's been a few things should I made. There was another one where where the union privately touch onstage during sane. But what's the new one? I don't know. But it was one of the people same thing. I think when he was doing something onstage oranges. The problem with this. Prison. She's an unreliable. She'll sit she'll say anything to get a reduced center. So so you get into the thing they sing the theme song, you gotta do that. James jeopardy show got enough. And real quick that they wanted to your tour dates you're going to be in Asia, Taipei Seoul, South Korea. Tokyo. I'm just going to the country of Asia. Okay. Yeah. Just paying Kuala Lumpur singapore-jakarta embolic, Indonesia, and those are all you can get all those dates on your website. And also you've got a whole bunch of other dates center, just adding slowly to taxi engines to where am I going? We're going to Vegas and South Africa, South Africa. Yeah. You doing three Vegas gate three Vegas Wiggins next year. I don't know how many of these are been released yet. But I think like the Detroit one in Minneapolis. You got a whole bunch of dates? No life is what you're telling me. No, no free time. No, no. Where the two has been good. I feel like the highlight for YouTube. That's Brad wasn't able to meet my parents. Yeah. I've met him before beyond what I could have ever imagined your why? So your dad is money favorite person. As just like if you've seen the castle he seems like he belongs on the set. Just quickly. What did he say to you? When he first saw you bread. He saw me. He goes that's a little from the TV. I've seen this little fellow. And then he winks at his own. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. I see you, wink. And he didn't like say. Hi, I'm so, and so and whatever like you just said it was a Pat on the head for many years. I was that. Yeah. I watched that. One of the three shows you've ever watched say if you want to know, what gyms all bans lock he think you strapped on sort of sandal tucked in short with a short sleeve button up shirt. And he really does sit on a chair watch the cricket. I opened up a wind. Whistle and birds. Michael lark gates land on his shoulder and your table. Jesus. Scott is just losing his fucking bond..

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"william air" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"william air" Discussed on TechStuff

"Darpa would move on to pursue a new project called assault breaker, which had the goal of bringing together many different disparate technologies in an effort to make them work together a system of systems, this idea of we have all these pieces out there, and they're all effective, but it would be better if we could actually make a cohesive approach to this. So the goal was to create a means in which military commanders would have an enormous amount. Of information at their disposal and the capability of launching an attack on target. Even if that target were well behind enemy lines. This would require bringing together all of these different technologies that DARPA had played a part in making a reality Soviet Union spies learned about this program assault breaker, and they reported back to their superiors in Moscow and eventually military personnel in the Soviet Union wrote up a report and published it in a journal called military thought, it's actually a classified journal only a few high-ranking officials really had access to it. Well, high-ranking Soviet officials and a few US spies because as we know everyone is spying on everyone else all the time. Always. So when US officials learned that the Soviet government was worried that the US was building up a program that would give America this incredible advantage in both gathering intelligence and acting upon it spirit stirred to run high in the US because if you're in. Me is scared. That's good news for you. I guess one cool project that started independently from DARPA was one that would eventually be called sim net. So there was an air force pilot named Jack Thorpe who was thinking about the possibility of networked flight, simulators for the purposes of training pilots, you know, combat training without actually having to go up in a real jet, and he had experienced this on a small scale. This was not something he just came up with on his own. He had already had sort of this experience in a system that was at the flying training division of Williams air force base. And that system would allow to pilots to simulate flying emission together, the simulator was complete with a hydraulic motion systems. So it move you as you're piloting the simulated aircraft. But again, it was just a pair of these simulators that worked together Thorpe wondered if perhaps it will be possible to build out a much larger system with multiple. Simulators all connected to each other to allow for more complex training THORP wrote up a paper, titled future views aircrew training, nineteen eighty through two thousand this was in nineteen seventy eight when he wrote this and he pitched his ideas to top brass, but they didn't take Jerry seriously to be fair to them the tack that Thorpe was proposing was incredibly sophisticated for the time and also not many people really knew that much about the progress that Arpanet had been making a networking different computer systems together. So no one was really sure how feasible this was Thorpe would go on doing his career. And then he would go to the naval war college to further his education. And after getting that he was assigned sort of on loan by the air force to DARPA while he was at DARPA his boss asked them. Hey gunny. Interesting ideas, you know, beyond what you're working on. So Thorpe shared his vision of these network. Leaders and his boss loved this idea and told Thorpe that you should tell this to Larry Lynn who was then the director of DARPA Larry Len like the a lot too. So yes, Thorpe how much money do you think it would cost to do this project and Thorpe said seventeen million dollars and Lind said okeydokey? So the program began and it became known as simulator networking or sim net. Darpa would contract with delta graphics, inC, percep- Tron ICs Inc and BBN Inc..

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"william air" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

Yes, Girl!

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"william air" Discussed on Yes, Girl!

"Just plant. We are on a nonviolent network. Seeking. Promoting your new show TATA's Michelle on own. Yes. We are. We're so excited about it. So are we wait to talk to you about him because we've been following along on your love story. Literally, we have the receipts in each step by fat brutal for you guys. And now, I'm guessing we get like to go really go inside your love yet. You get to go inside our love, and we'll start off by saying like, you know, yes has been cute to be included in the hashtag relationship goals, but you should never judge relationship until you know, what they've gone through what they will become you cannot judge a relationship by acute picture that we take, you know, online. But I I love knowing about what a couple has overcome the joys. The triumphs the pits the struggles or you know, not that you have to have a struggle on it. You don't have to have a struggle. But like say their disagreements of their differences, you know, suggest, you know, make sure that you know, you kinda study relationship to make sure that it's really a goal of yours, and that's the offense. Yeah. If you're gonna give your love to the people. You gotta give the good. Yeah. An argument. Yeah. We're gonna relationship or were you looking to get into I met, Michelle. You know what? When I first met Michelle, I didn't even want a relationship early. Yes. Interesting because and you'll see on the show that we're kind of where we end up beginning is both of us were in very hopeless place. You know, we both were like we're over relationships were over dating where you know, at that point. I was forty I was just like I'm good throw in the towel. And all this Dayton trying to figure it out. Forty. Wow. Do you now forty one? I was thinking say nine. Let man. Twenty. Yeah. And then I was just like, you know, maybe I'm just going to be one of those women that you read about an essence sometimes who are successful and single. But okay, you're proud. I'm I like favorite was a woman. She was single said. Ryan lying through her were not satisfied judge. Judge. She She is. is. Saab was like, you know, let's get my photo shoot ready because I'm the next covergirl for that. But but once I focused on God career, my family, I'm meet Chad. And I'm like, oh, okay. So I always tell deaf started to tell young ladies light. I used to be the one, you know, you sing that sets on would is it going to be me. All my friends are married with children. But then I was like just start celebrating. What you see in stabbing the pity party because one day, it soon could be you, you know? So that's what I had to start doing. But literally focus on other things and not a relationship at the time. And he just walked right into your life at a retreat. Right. Yes. I was invited to a young adults retreat that he has every year in Arizona outside of Phoenix. In a city called Williams airs on what town there's a town outside of Phoenix is like a two hour drive up. This mountain. Caught Williams Arizona. So what you end up with a Williams. That right there. Yeah. So both said you prayed about a love like this. So what was it like when you was it like you locked eyes? And it was like, no really I love, and I think the question. Like that though. My vantage point on the whole relationship goals thing is. We were both in a place of despair this really in a ironically, same place, very similar. Yeah. She was not I was focusing on career. I was focusing on. I'm just going to single serve the Lord. Walk him off purpose. What I'm called to do. And keep it moving, you know, but she came into my life during that time, and we started off with just a friendship we dated well before we went on our first official day. We've probably FaceTime and talked for free four months. So we built we built this. It was long distance. Obviously, I was in Pittsburgh. She was in Chicago in Chicago. And we were just doing the back and forth on distance thing. Yeah, we could to build the friendship, you know..

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"william air" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"william air" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"Slash feast pretty awesome, almost as awesome, Evan as us getting closer and closer to the often imitated never duplicated tiers of Evan. It was also awesome to talk to Matthew berry in yesterday's episode if anybody miss that, and it's so good to get chance to talk to one of the more interesting running back situations in the NFL. It's what Green Bay's got going on with not only time on Gumri, but the two guys, we had a chance to catch up with recently evident the NFC Jamal Williams and Aaron Jones meal. Meal. To we'll pass old school style. We got some experience at this. Oh, my goodness. Isn't that first rodeo, I didn't even introduce him yet. We've got the running back tandem for the Green Bay Packers. Jamal Williams, air Jones going back and forth. So you guys have done this before? We do this before talking all the same. We did not. I like it. So for those of you that are listening, which is everybody can't see this. We only have one for two guests, so they're passing it back and forth. Kind of like you guys do own the field, you know? And it's funny, I did six games last year as a broadcaster. I gotta be honest. You ever games I was like, man, Aaron Jones is really, I think, Aaron Jones, bear that Jamal and then like two years. I'd like I dunno tomorrow. Pretty good. You guys went back and forth that kind of have felt like it went to. Yes, I definitely think it went like that and we complement each other. Well, so. If he's having a great day, I'm happy for him. I'm in his back pocket. I'm with him the whole way. I'm having a good day. He's the same way and we shot his biggest fans plus Jamal. When it really comes down to what you really want to do is just make sure your yards per carrier high and that you stay healthy for two more years. It's okay. Shit case just make sure you stay healthy.

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"william air" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"william air" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Time like maybe don't lick your face on this maybe hold that one back it's so i mean i can't wait to see it though i've only seen clips of it but it's what i've seen is so funny and you're so natural in it and you know you're just brilliant how long did it take to film the ten episodes four months in outside of thank hoover how was that your first time working there in vancouver no i did are the movie r v with robin williams air i did deck the halls a movie there i've done four movies there first time though to live there as a series because you have to it's longer slung yeah how was that first of all i love the people what will we have to remember is canada is still there so they love us and we love them and we're we're like we're friends they're still a hilarious moments of like wait you guys have a potato chip that's called a catchup chin what we don't have as an american and then i'm like do you guys have a chip clip and they're like what you have to remember that we're different countries s but i met some of the light makeup artists my hair person there florence are i love them i left our crew but you know i'm an american girl i was ready to come home but i love that we can go there and and do work and be comfortable and be safe and be happy is your family also in oklahoma yes do you have a house in oklahoma no but my parents do so you stay with your parents when you go your wheel that really a well after i have a three day we'll yeah like fish exactly yes after three days yes and sometimes so in my family it's too i understand taken dr yes that's what i wish like like i remember when i used to smoke i could just like breathe in and out of pretend smoke oh when i was younger young longtime ago stopped so long ago i'm so glad you did yes it's so bad for you horrible but also i do think that it makes voices sexier okay this is not a commercial for smoking you young people who do not smoke but as you can tell i have never smoked sound like forces always been like this he was singing and speaking voice always even before thanks i love your voice i think you should sing more i think you maybe i will you should maybe we'll sing together some damn on broadway do it i'm totally ready let's do it right me apart i mean do you have a smoker name one taking are do you have a favorite musical you did yeah but it's one that nobody not it shouldn't say nobody knows i didn't last on broadway promises promises no it's on the twentieth century made century i saw it when it originally with madeline kahn yeah i would think i was in sixth grade would that be the right timing that would be the right and then the composer's before they passed away they said you have to do it kristin you have to do it we've never repented in forty years so i did i wish i'd seen you to that god thank you i loved it i'm lily garland my left her and it was with peter gallagher and andy karl i've loved all the all my children all my broadway shows i've loved the moment you know semi like met at another are you sick of singing wicked no because i think artists should okay first of all may be honest i do popular different all the time sometimes to make it about politicians that i'm times i make it about mariah carey as had maybe next time i'll make it about us ever no i rewrite a lot and make the situation differences to keep it interesting in fun for me but i'll never stop singing for good and popular and thank goodness things from the show because as an artist we should be lucky we should be lucky to have a song that is so attached to us there's another song that i've been doing so long it's called taylor the latte table with it when i don't sing it my fans are upset there's another song call port girl and fourteen g about a girl who has an opera singer that lives below her and adjusting the bolivia's above her and then the built or in the middle and i do.

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"william air" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"william air" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from the fresh market offering prepared sides and grill ready entrees for your memorial day weekend including burgers kebabs and marinated meat and seafood details and recipes available at the fresh market dot com the united states is backing off a threat to impose more tariffs on china president trump's treasury secretary steven mnuchin spoke with fox after talks to resolve a trade fight we've made very meaningful progress and we agreed on a framework we're putting the trade where on on on hold yet it is not clear what progress has been made here's larry cudlow the president's national economic council director speaking to abc is no agreement for a deal we never intensified one there's communicate between the two great countries that's all and in that communicate you can see where we're going to go next that reportedly involves a commitment for china to reduce its trade surplus with the it states over the years by buying more american goods williams air it is chairman of the american chamber of commerce in china so he has an interest in all of this and he's on the line from beijing welcome back to the program sir thank you sir do you think you understand what's going on here well it's not really clear of companies here are breathing a sigh of relief they think that at least the tariffs that had been they thought were coming might be delayed while but we're really not clear how long or what the result of the talks are it's sounds like what china has done is give some kind of agreement in principle that they're going to try to reduce the trade surplus with the united states or what we see a trade deficit of course but it's not clear exactly how is that good enough is that a good enough commitment from china to generally promise to try to get their surplus down well if the past is prologue it would not be for years we have had discussions with chinese through several different bilateral programs and we really didn't get much in terms of follow up in force ment now our friends here in china are saying well this is.

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"william air" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"william air" Discussed on Nickel Package

"People are sort of say like that's on marcus williams and this happens all the time like we see somebody you will see a wide receiver run free down the sideline with nobody within thirty yards have we assume the quarterback who was lined up opposite of him at the beginning of the play was rock like the reality is we don't know what the other ten elements of the defense were supposed to be doing on late yesterday so we were found ways aibl i think that the amount of information we have is amazing it's also on the other hand can be a little bit of a we have to be careful so as much as it looks like marcus williams aired on that play do we know for a fact that there wasn't a safety or cornerback or a linebacker who may have also went awry went astray on that play if you look at the next jan stats graphic that was posted last night on twitter which basically shows the evolution of the play in terms that i i saw saw this exactly you're talking about and you're going to talk about the weak side safety aren't you yeah it really i mean it's like where everybody go your it was bizarre it almost felt like um you know and we'll start like box in one you know what i mean like in basketball when you've guides you're basically one defender accounting for one player than a box a court for the rest of the space it was mox in one except for it was football and it was marcus williams against defined digs and it may not have been by design yes and there is also the ran there's interesting rubber maize former grand lender friend of mine.

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