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Satiar Shah and Bik Nizzar break down the Canucks game as they took on the Red Wings in Detroit. Hear from Travis Green, along with texts and calls from you, the fan! The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Media Inc. or any […]
Originally I wanted to name this episode Strongbox but realized that few people would get the reference. Luckily, Spencer did as I explained getting almost shut out of my building by a neighbor as I was rushing inside to make it in time to do the interview because I gambled that I grab coffee and be back within 10 minutes (I made it). After we laughed about that for a while we got into some pretty random but fun conversation about what kind of music he's into, Gen X, his new book, and how he's pro-Steely Dan (another one). A bit more about Spencer though: He has worked as a sailor, copywriter, economics professor, and record store clerk, among other disreputable professions. He was born in the Detroit suburbs, spent most of his life in Florida, and now lives in San Francisco. His first novel, How I'm Spending My Afterlife, will be published by Woodhall Press in September 2021. We also recommend reading these because they're fun: My live music superlatives so far My 2018 in live music
This is the first episode I've recorded of HWR since one of my best friends was murdered in January. This is just a poem and NOT an actual podcast like I normally do. Chris Ramsey aka High C, was an amazing friend and had a heart of gold. His heart was huge and his smile an laughter could light up a room! I miss him so much. love you brother!Support the show (http://www.paypal.com/fdux704)
On October 15, on radio Baladi, Journalist Adel A. Mozip hosted Principal of Bridge Academy West, Mr. Mohamed Alsanai who addressed recent online challenges with teens that deem to be dangerous, and Dr. Violet Souweidane, who will address the "Tiktok and youth Issues,Vaping and Bullying. Dr. Violet Souweidane : Is a student Empowerment facilitator with Dearborn Public Schools. She trains staff and students on restorative practices; facilitates restorative circles with staff, students, parents and administration; work with administration on reducing suspensions while using other ways to repair harm and build community in our schools; work with high school students on promoting leadership and community engagement. Principal Alsanai is a certified educator and has been working in the education field for over twelve years. He has earned his Master's Degree in Education Leadership from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. In 2013, obtained an Educational Leadership Certification in Administration and Supervision from Michigan Department of Education. US Arab Radio can be heard on wnzk 690 AM, WDMV 700 AM, and WPAT 930 AM. Please visit: www.facebook.com/USArabRadio/ Web site : arabradio.us/ Online Radio: www.radio.net/s/usarabradio Twitter : twitter.com/USArabRadio Instagram : www.instagram.com/usarabradio/ Youtube : US Arab Radio
Pipe Organ Plus Name Artist Album Year Comments The Vatican Rag Scott Harrison, Mark Page Kingston Keys 2010 4-21 Wurlitzer, Kingston City Hall (formerly Moorabbin), Victoria, Australia; ex-State Theatre, Melbourne; Mark Page, piano Time And Time Again Rob Richards, Ralph Wolf Together Again... For The Very First Time 4-74 Wurlitzer & Bosendorfer Imperial Grand Piano, Nethercutt Collection, San Sylmar, CA The Surrey With The Fringe On Top Ron Curtis Sunrise Serenade [Crystal CRY 3012] 1972 4-10 Compton, plus upright piano, Paramount Organ Studio, Bolton; Dave Roberts on drums. Bluesette Rob Richards Fusion 1986 4-34 Wurlitzer, Senate Theatre, Detroit, MI; Yamaha FX-20; Sept 5-6, 1986 I Can't Get Started Ashley Miller, Joseph Scannella At the War Memorial [HMR Productions 1061] 1977 3-16 Möller, War Memorial Auditorium, Trenton, NJ; Joseph Scannella, trumpet Und jetzt: Franz Doelle! 2 Teil Adolf Steimel, Organum-Orchester Adolf Steimel und sein Organum-Orchester [1939 + 1940] [EMI Electrola IC 038 15 6290 1 M] 1940 Welte Philharmonic Organ plus orchestra, Carl Lindström Recording Company, Schlesische Strasse (i.e. Silesian Street), Berlin Frasquita Serenade Rob Richards & Alex-Zsolt Nethercutt Duets [Alex Zsolt Ministries] 2010 4-74 Wurlitzer, Nethercutt Collection, Sylmar, CA, plus Bosendorfer grand piano Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da Trio con Brio In The Key Of Three 2007 3-26 Robert Morton, Residence Paul Van Der Molen; console ex-Lowe's Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, New York; plus 2 Allens Looking Around Simon Gledhill, Richard Hills Private 2014 4-22 Compton, plus Melotone, Holbeach, Lincolnshire (David Shepherd); theme of 1952 BBC TV show "The Appleyards)
Welcome back to shoptalkpodcast EP 284! J and Dame are back for another week of foolishness. The fellas are joined this week by friend of the show and return guest @call_me_tariq and @detroit_alchemy. Dame gives a brief update on his health journey, J talks about having to up the blick, and they revisit the scamming take from Dame last week. Dame also shares a FAILED attempt at scamming that ended with someone in jail. Tariq is joining us this week promoting his new podcast that is dropping on October 24th (his birthday) called #WhyLie. We discuss what lead him to start a pod and what we can expect. They group touched on a bunch of topics before J and Tariq settle in for a good ole fashion exchange of ideas...aka a debate LOL. Can a mother determine if the other parent of her child is a good father? Do women only cheat for emotional reasons? Music Pick - Clemmye feat Freeway - Power Who's Mans Is This - Joe Biden ❶ iTunes ☞ Search #shoptalkpodcast ❷ Youtube ☞ YouTube.com/jjohnson313 ❸ SoundCloud ☞ SoundCloud.com/shoptalkpod ❹ website: www.shoptalkpod.com Follow @Shoptalkpodcast on Instagram! Follow @jjohnson313 on Instagram and Twitter Follow @dame___313 on Instagram and Twitter Follow @TheShoptalkPod on Twitter Follow Shoptalkpod on Facebook - https://m.facebook.com/ShoptalkPod/ Executive Produced by: J.Johnson Produced by: SHOPTALKPODCAST LLC Show Recorded: ShopTalkPodcastStudio 25900 Greenfield RD Suite 415 Oak Park MI, 48237 Mixed by: J.Johnson Cast: J.Johnson, D. Bradley, --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shoptalkpodcast/support
Cade calls out the biggest blowouts in Week 6 in Chicago, Detroit and New York but also the closest contests of the year in Baltimore and Cleveland. Music is provided by Joshua Duphiney. More of his work can be found at https://soundcloud.com/fhg116
Chuck Edwards - "Downtown Soulville" - 45 Music behind DJ: The Fabulous Arcades - "Captivation" - 45 The Sensational Sunset Paraders - "Take the Lord Along With You" - 45 Detroit Motor City Singers - "Glory Is Coming" - 45 Joy Harmonizers - "Early in the Morning" - 45 The Scott Singers featuring Virginia - "I'll Make It Alright" - 45 The Southern Four Singers of Detroit, Michigan - "Getting Ready for That Great Day" - 45 Stapleton Singers - "Tell Him What You Want" - 45 Sensational Skylarks of Detroit - "A Little More Grace" - 45 Rev. Drayton - "By and By" - 45 Shirley Ann Lee - "There's a Light" - 45 Umble Faith - "I Still Remember" - 45 The Sensational Skylarks - "Soon Ah Will Be Done" - 45 The Mighty Willing Gospels of Detroit, Michigan - "Swing Low" - 45 The Gospel Believers of Detroit, Michigan - "Saints Go Marching In" - 45 Little Stevie and the Sensational Reynolds Singers - "Moving On" - 45 Hank Thompson and the Echoes of Joy - "Down on My Knees" - 45 Fabulous Luckett Bros. - "Joy When I Think About Him" - 45 The Soul Superiors - "Faith" - 45 The Heart Touchers - "Holy Ghost" - 45 https://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/108847
Detroit Sports Podcast - The Practice Squad This week - Lil B is saying all is going according to plan for the Lions...Umm what, come again? Stroz is back in love with Dan Campbell after another heartbreaking loss. Why do they have a bi-polar relationship?Plus: A disagreement about Matt Stafford, the problem with emails!
Welcome to Episode 57 of the Fresh Sounds Podcast! This week, Mark and Brendan have a fresh basket of groovin' tunes, beginning with a thumpin' new track from London's Overmono, then off for some Chicago indie-rock, from Girl K. Next, some fresh Detroit hip-hop, from the pairing of Illa J. and Atamone. (Illa J, for those who don't know, is the younger brother of the late superproducer J. Dilla.) Rounding out the new music, a taste of deep house from Tokyo's Soshi Takeda. Mark commands the time machine this week, and he went all the way back to 1971, for a newly released live performance by James Taylor and Joni Mitchell, of a song written by Carole King(!) How may 1970s deities can you fit in one archive track?! As is our usual policy, we have six more bonus tracks to recommend, but you will have to sign up for our email newsletter to get those gems. If you want to do that now, please take a second to sign up for our newsletter right here. (And do so without fear. We won't misuse your email address, as this show is run by two guys, Mark and Brendan; Not some faceless corporation.) Lastly, don't miss our fabulous Spotify playlists. We make one for each episode of the show, so grab the latest if you are up to date, and dig into previous episodes if you are new here, or just curious. Have a great week!
In today's episode, we have Joey Namou from Woodward Sports Woodward Sports Network is a fully digital sports network. We deliver live stream shows on all social media platforms, podcasts, and even our own Woodward Sports Network app. Digital is the future and we are changing the way media delivers its content. For more info, call or email him at: www.WoodwardSports.com firstname.lastname@example.org (248) 217-6511 Check Woodward Sports through social media! https://twitter.com/woodwardsports https://www.youtube.com/woodwardsports https://www.instagram.com/woodwardsports https://www.facebook.com/WoodwardSports ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- #keepingupwiththechaldeans #chaldeanDetroitMichigan #kuwtc Keeping Up With The Chaldeans is a weekly Podcast show based on Chaldean Entrepreneurs. We showcase your work in hopes that we can share the business amongst the community. Strength in numbers. That is our goal with the show! To learn more about "The Chaldean Community in Detroit" please visit:
Chet Lemon was known as one of the best defensive center fielders in baseball from 1977 to 1987. In 1977, he led the American League with 512 outfield putouts, the fourth highest single-season tally in major league history and the highest tally since 1951. He also totaled over 400 outfield putouts in four other years (1979 and 1983-1985). He also led the American League with 44 doubles in 1979 and led the league in times hit by pitch (HBP) four times, including a career-high 20 HBP in 1983. Lemon was sometimes criticized for not standing for "The Star-Spangled Banner" due to his religious beliefs as a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses.A native of Jackson, Mississippi, he grew up in Los Angeles. He was drafted in the first round of the 1972 Major League Baseball draft and played 16 seasons in Major League Baseball for the Chicago White Sox from 1975 to 1981 and for the Detroit Tigers from 1982 to 1990. He was selected as an American League All-Star in 1978, 1979, and 1984 and was the starting center fielder for the 1984 Detroit Tigers team that won the 1984 World Series.
The Migs Report. Today is National Pug Day, Mushroom Day, Boss Day, and Cheese Curd Day. A man was arrested after trying to steal stuff in order to get meth. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Introduction: Host Michael Rand stayed up relatively late to watch the end of the epic deciding game of Giants vs. Dodgers, which finished after a clutch hit by Cody Bellinger and a bad check swing call on the Giants. In the big picture of it all, this much was not a surprise: The team with the biggest payroll in baseball advanced in the playoffs, while the overachiever did not. 5:00: Wild beat writer Sarah McLellan joins the show to preview a season that begins Friday in Anaheim. Can the Wild sustain last year's level of success -- this year against better competition and over 82 games? What does Year 2 of Kirill Kaprizov look like now that he won't take any teams by surprise? Can Kevin Fiala solidify his place in the team's long-term future? And what will this revamped defense look like? Those are some of the key story lines heading into an intriguing season. 20:00: Star Tribune NFL/Vikings writer Mark Craig joins the show for the weekly picks segment. The Vikings started out as a betting underdog against Carolina, but doubts over Christian McCaffrey's availability have moved the line a few points and now Minnesota is favored. It's a huge swing game for the Vikings, and it comes right after a wild ending against Detroit.
The Blue Jackets steamrolled the Coyotes last night to win their season opener. We recapped yesterday's Ryan Day show. The Buccaneers held off the Eagles last night on Thursday Night Football. The Bengals head to Detroit to take on the Lions. Austin Ward (Lettermen Row) joined us to talk Crew, CBJ and more with the Buckeyes on a bye week. The Browns host the undefeated Cardinals on Sunday afternoon. AJ Hawk hopped on in the final hour of the show as he does on every Friday.
The 76ers will play their fourth and final preseason matchup Friday in the Motor City, visiting the Pistons. On this episode of The 76ers Scoop, Lauren Rosen previews the final preseason matchup. Hear from Joel Embiid and Isaiah Joe on this episode.
If you're a football fan, or a fan of football parties, you're likely to gain weight. Mr. Lister's Quiz Shootout was almost a sweep! Jay sat down with James Jude Courtney who plays Michael Myers in the Halloween trilogy.
Jon and Ismail talk with David DeMuth, Chair, CEO at Doner Partners Network, about creative problem solving that advertising demands in today's market. Originally from New Jersey, David DeMuth migrated to the Rust Belt and has lived happily in places like Buffalo, Cleveland, and now Detroit. (All the glamour spots.) As a teenager, David worked in a grocery store and became fascinated with how and why people buy things. He enjoys learning about and dissecting different businesses and the creative problem-solving that advertising demands. David also loves the extremely competitive aspect of the agency business and the thrill of helping our clients win. He's a hands-on, walk-around leader who believes creativity and accountability can coexist in harmony, details and speed matter, and bureaucracy sucks. Connect with Jon Dwoskin: Twitter: @jdwoskin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.dwoskin Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thejondwoskinexperience/ Website: https://jondwoskin.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jondwoskin/ Email: email@example.com Get Jon's Book: The Think Big Movement: Grow your business big. Very Big! Connect with David DeMuth: Website: https://www.doner.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doner/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doner_agency/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/doner_agency?lang=en LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/doner
The House of Delegates is expected to approve legislation today which would put exemptions on vaccine mandates for private employers, some business leaders worry this opens them up to an array of lawsuits. Governor Justice says he has an announcement today which will put the state in position for future growth and prosperity. Wood County schools are fending off a lawsuit over a mask mandate. A Detroit man is arrested for a double-homicide in Charleston. A former Parkersburg city councilman holds off on a guilty plea for his role in the Jan. 6th riots at the U.S.Capitol building. In Sports we're ready for week 8 of the high school football season and it's a game day for the Marshall Thundering Herd. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.
Dan Leach has been on fire with his DTM picks ATS. He's 44-15-1 for the season (college and pro football) and went 8-1 last week. He gives his sizzling picks for this weekend. Also, his newest Big Ten power rankings. If you're enjoying the Detroit CityCast podcast, follow/subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
This month, we're talking about troublemakers–from women who made “good trouble” to women who thrived in illicit industries to villains in the truest sense of the word.History classes can get a bad wrap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Encyclopedia Womannica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know -- but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more. Encyclopedia Womannica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Encyclopedia Womannica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Sundus Hassan, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejada. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at firstname.lastname@example.org.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitter
Rick Stroud and Steve Versnick on the Buccaneers 28-22 win in Philadelphia on Thursday night as they improve to 5-1 and now have 10 days until their next game. Leonard Fournette ran hard while Antonio Brown had 9 catches and the defense shut down Jalen Hurts for most of the game. Plus the Lightning pick up their first win of the year in a crazy 7-6 OT win in Detroit. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Blue Kool-Aid krew gather on the eve of Week 6 to discuss the Lions' upcoming matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. After a quick injury update, the krew dives into how Detroit's secondary matches up against JaMarr Chase and the rest of Cincinnati's young receiving core (4:20). Later, they get into coach Dan Campbell's comments about why he has decided to rush three players on the defensive drives over the past few games (12:00) and, of course, finish off with their world-famous predictions (17:55)! Instagram: @drinkingthebluekoolaid Twitter: @drinkinglions YouTube: drinkingthebluekoolaid
We know how it's going to be. The Texans are going to be 1-7. Then Tyrod Taylor will be healthy, but by then, the ones who fought and bickered about everyone being too negative, for not giving Nick Caserio a chance, that this rag tagged band of veterans would actually be good, will have logged off a long time ago. They'll come back next free agency period, and next NFL Draft, once the players who left the Texans are suddenly terrible, and the ones who join the team, are suddenly incredible. Then we will crawl our way back through the summer and do it again, until the Houston Texans are good again. This is the point. Football is really good even when the Texans aren't, and the podcast is still good when the Texans aren't. On this episode of Battle Red Radio, Matt Weston and his good friend Taylor preview Week Six of the 2021 NFL season. Topics include: Davis Mills replicating his break out performance, Carson Wentz disaster artist, the Ravens running an offense without a run game, reminiscing on Justin Herbert's 2020 season back when he used to make sublime throws, Ja'Marr Chase being the better pick over Penei Sewell, Jared Goff running left and all the joys Detroit football has to offer, never watching the New England Patriots again, and the unstoppable and limitless Dallas offense. Let's start the show. You can listen to the direct link here. You can listen to the embedded player below: While you're at it, give it a five star review and subscribe below: You can subscribe/listen on iTunes here. You can subscribe/listen on Spotify here. You can subscribe/listen on Stitcher here. You can subscribe/listen on Google here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1968 was a traumatic year for most of the country. It was in Detroit as well, even as the Tigers did their best to bring a broken city back together, on their way to a world championship that they won 53 years ago this week. In response to a patron's request, we look back on how the Tigers flourished in The Year of the Pitcher, and how they managed to prevail against the single best pitcher alive, Bob Gibson. Plus, happy birthday to Sid Fernandez and Dmitri Young!
Tonight, Prof. J & Ref. Sean P. interview a true Heavy Hitter ... Detroit's own Isaiah Broner!!! We talk about his debut in The Pit, joining DTA, the Detroit wrestling scene, Paradigm Pro, and so much more!!!
Welcome to Screen Tea Podcast, and our first ever minisode! (Ignore Jules and her grumbling about how the minisode is still 43 minutes long). Since this is a mini, here's a mini description this week: Lisha really hated A Quiet Place Part II, and Jules really wanted her to rant about it because she thought it would be funny. There you have it; brew yourself some holiday-appropriate pumpkin spice black tea (you basic bitches), get cozy, and be vewwy, vewwy quiet as you enjoy this lil baby episode! (At least we don't keep our baby in a basket all the time). Sources for information gathered for this episode were: www.imdb.com, www.wikipedia.org, www.rottentomatoes.com, www.metacritic.com, and here's the article that Lisha got angry enough to pull up as backup: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/the-front-row/a-quiet-place-part-ii-reviewed-john-krasinskis-limited-view-of-horrorFind us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/screenteapodcast, hit us up on Twitter @screenteapod, shoot us an e-mail at email@example.com, check out our website at www.screenteapodcast.com, and give us a follow on Instagram @screenteapodcast.Happy listening!Please go check out https://www.watershedvoice.com/, an independent nonprofit news organization based in Three Rivers, Michigan. Watershed Voice, on top of being a new and much needed strong journalistic presence, has also decided to feature Screen Tea Podcast on their digital news site! Support them with a subscription, by sharing their page on social media, and with good old fashioned word of mouth.(Excellent podcast logo commissioned from the talented Mel. Find Mel on Instagram @javadoodler, website www.javadoodleart.com, or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Javadoodle.Art. Our incredible intro music was composed by Detroit musician Sasha Kashperko!)
Dave Homyak is a former engineer that quit his job to go into short-term rental properties full time. Dave runs Smokey Mountain Cabin Realty, helping investors maximize their returns by investing in rental properties in Tennessee. In this episode, Dave shares his investment journey, how he quit his job, how he 1031s his way into bigger properties, what his returns look like, the most powerful price points to get into, and some tips for investors thinking about getting into this game. https://www.facebook.com/dave.homyak https://smokymountaincabinrealty.com/ --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of The Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and Today we have with us Dave Homyak, who's going to be talking to us about short term rentals out in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, and what he did to leave his job is under two years with these types of investments. Without any further ado, let's get into it. Hey, Dave, thanks so much for taking the time to hang out with me today. Really appreciate it. Dave: Yeah. Thanks for having me. Michael: Now, my pleasure. For our listeners who don't know you give us a brief background, who you are, Where'd you come from? And how'd you get started in real estate? Dave: Okay, so basically, I was an engineer, I did engine calibration for a living, I worked for Chrysler, Detroit, diesel, General Motors, bunch of companies like that, and always wanted to do something in real estate, but quite honestly was afraid to do it. So my first investment property I purchased at 53. And the reason I purchased it is because I wanted to be able to get away from my W2 income. And I had had some money saved up I thought I'd pretty good saver. But I was like, what would it take to make me feel like I can walk away and not have any anxiety whatsoever? And the answer was pretty easy. It's like if I replace my income, then I can walk away and do anything I want. And it's gonna, I will not have to ever worry. And so basically, I set the goal for myself to replace my engineering income in two years with real estate. And I was able to do it in a little bit under a year. And that was due to getting into short term rentals. And I ended up doing it in what I had kind of researched somewhat to the best of my ability at the time. But then what ended up is that an independent third party which is airDNA they ranked it as the best market in 18 best market in 19. It's three of the top six large cities in 20 and I'm waiting for the latest report to come out and I'm sure it's going to be in the top again. So bottom line is I happen to buy in the one of the best markets and my research indicated that was a good plan. I had no idea that it was going to work out the way it did as quickly as it did though. Michael: That's incredible. And so we've got to ask Where is that market? Dave: Said market is in the Smoky Mountains, which is Eastern Tennessee, the three major cities are Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville. So Sevierville is the one that people haven't heard of as much but it's equally profitable and made the air DNA dotco list basically ended up you know, I made the decision looked into apartment syndication knew I could replace my income with that didn't know if I could add it to your timeline, ended up deciding on the Smokies. I looked at the Smokies panhandle of Florida, which is also a good choice. I think Smokies are a little better. Less hurricanes there. I really wanted to go into Panama City. And that got hit about a year later. And I'm like, Oh, I'm so glad I don't have to mess with that stuff. Michael: Dodged the bullet. Dave: Yeah, exactly. And then Scottsdale and I ended up going to the Smokies. So started this search and started trying to figure out what I was going to do in March of 18. April is kind of apartment syndication month. first weekend in May, I actually went to the Smokies to look for the first time and ended up seeing six cabins tried to make a decision on three, picked one bought it. So end of May I had that up and running it worked great over the summer, bought another one in August and then bought a third one in November. And in December I got when the General Motors was offering buyouts and I said, I think it's time to go. And my, my goal was actually to probably stay with General Motors through July. And basically they said if you leave now we'll pay you through July. So I said okay. I can start on, on my leaving and yeah, and all the healthcare and stuff like that that goes with it. So yeah, it worked out really well. Michael: Fantastic. So what about the Smokies attracted you? They're just out of curiosity. Dave: So the thing that attracted me was there were people that were making a lot of really good cash on cash return. So one of the things that makes the Smokies a lot different than most other markets and in the panhandle Florida it's fairly similar. But all these things are second homes they're sold turnkey. So if you have to furnish, if you have to buy silverware, if you have to put in beds, TVs, all that stuff, that's just more money that you're gonna have to pay. When the Smokies there's basically two contracts that get written when you buy a house. One is the purchase agreement for the cabin or the chalet, whatever your choice may be. There's a reason that chalets sometimes work a lot better than cabins and mainly due to supply and demand issues of buyers. But you also write a purchase agreement for the entire contents of the house. So you know, you have here's the cabin price, the chalet price, and for $1, you get the contents. So I literally am closing midweek, and that weekend, I have it rented out. So that's one of the benefits of you don't have a whole lot of downtime. And the second benefit that I didn't even know about at the time or didn't, didn't have nearly as much of a priority on as I do now when I help other investors is the whole regulation. So in the Smokies, there's not that many hotels, they cannot take nearly as many visitors into the hotels is a built up entertainment, venues, things like that. So there's no way that they can go in like they do in other cities and say we want to ban short term rentals or we want to regulate heavily short term rentals. And, you know, play that regulatory card in make what used to be a really good investment not nearly as good of an investment. And I think you see that in the panhandle of Florida, as well as the Smokies, but I like the Smokies a little better just weather wise stuff like that. So yeah, I mean, then the other thing is, there's a couple loans that are available down there that I'm not sure if they're available nationwide, I know they're available down there, but there's a 10% down second home loan. So if you're, if your intention is to spend 14 days or more in that property that you're buying the first one down there, you can get a second home loan on it. And that's a fantastic way to get into that market. Because you know, most investment properties you're not going to get for 10% down, right, and certainly not investment properties, you know, that is a primary residence you can put down last but for secondary to put down 10% is pretty crazy. And then the loan that just, it still makes me smile, it's making me smile right now, and I've talked about it hundreds of times with different investors is there's a 15% down investment loan. And to qualify for the loan, you have to project what the income of the cabin is. And if the cabin throws off enough income, that qualifies you on a debt to income ratio. So for example, if the cabin is gonna throw off $5,000 a month and the payments gonna be 2000. And you're maxed out on debt to income right now. You know, if you're at 40%, guess what, you still qualify because of a cash flow project. It's a cabin with projected cash-flow of 5000 a month, and that cash flows enough to cover the the mortgage payment. So it's just, it's like one of those things that you're like, I'm pretty I get I've actually checked with my like, once a year, I check with my loan officer, the person that I've used just is this still a thing? Yep, still a thing. And I'm waiting for somebody to say I'm not sure that should be a thing. You know, but it still is now. So even if you're even if your debt to income is fairly high, you can still qualify on the for the investment loan at 15%. Michael: That is just incredible. Dave: Yeah, I, it makes me smile, every time I tell somebody, I still can't believe it. Michael: Yeah, I'm still trying to wrap my head around it, it doesn't seem to make sense. But if it's a thing, it's a thing. Dave: At least for me, when I've used an investment loan down there, like the property actually made the money it wasn't like you had to stretch your make something up, like I think it's gonna make 10,000 and it makes five or something like that. It's more like if it's going you know, I said an honest five, the payment I think was 16 or 1700 a month and and it did make the five a month that I said it would. And then where it gets really interesting is once you show them once you show the mortgage company a Schedule E and prove that it made what you said it was going to make, you now qualify for another one the next year. So basically, you can get one of these a year, as long as you wait until after you file your Schedule E and give that to the loan officer. And then if you are married, you know and if you're playing in two person mode two player mode, then you and your wife can both do one a year on that plan. And then the next year you can both do one on that plan. Michael: Oh my gosh. Dave: So it's a way to build, build a portfolio very fast and that market is still one of the best markets when it comes to cash on cash returns. So even though there's been a lot of appreciation, the nightly rates have gone up a lot, they had about 2000 cabins burned down in 2016. And before COVID came in, they had I think five developers come in and start to build. And it just the nightly rates have just gone up and up and up. And it's just one of those places that when the when the economy does well, that place does well, the Smokies do well. When the economy does poorly, the Smokies do well, why 60% of the United States is within driving distance of the Smokies. And smokey, Great Smoky Mountain National Park is the most visited National Park. And in 2009 2010, visitorship actually went up when the economy was doing poorly. And when people are like, what how do you Why do you think that happens? You know, I explained, you know, if, if you're afraid about the economy, you're not flying to Florida and taking a one week Disney Cruise, but you're still gonna want to go on vacation. So you're saying you know what, I'm going to drive to the Smokies, I'm going to rent a cabin for three days, we're going to do this thing on the downlow. It's going to be nice, but it's not going to be as extravagant. So I think even when things slow down. There's, I obviously know a lot of people that invest down there and kind of one of the one of the questions that that we asked each other is what am I missing? It seems like there's really big upside, and not a whole lot of downside. And we haven't come up with anything. Yet that makes it scary. What am I, I very well may be missing something. But I've asked a couple guys and we can't figure it out. Michael: So I mean, I just I love hearing all of this because as I was sharing with you when we connected before the podcast here, I just 1031ed into a property down there and severe bill. And so I'm very excited now to to get that up and running right here. And this only makes me even more giddy. Dave: Yeah, yeah, it's pretty, it's pretty cool. I guess the other thing that I've done that I think is interesting, I think your listeners will find interesting is, the other thing I do is as an engineer, I don't sit still very well. So I'm constantly analyzing my properties. And I've owned five, but I keep trading up and 1031ing up. So for example, 2018, I bought a three bedroom, a four bedroom, a five bedroom, middle of 19, I look and I say hey, the five bedrooms doing better than the four, the four bedrooms doing better than the three. And they've all been appreciating, I know, I think I'll sell this three bedroom. So it's underperforming the other two. So I sold the three bedroom and it had gone up enough that I actually use that 10 1031 money as a down payment on an eight bedroom. So very directionally correct eight bedroom does really well it costs me basically you know the downpayment that I put on the three bedroom and then just this you know the sale on the transfer the money to control an eight bedroom a year later. And there are different people that are doing that. So some are on a never sell anything. And I get I get some people upset on some of the real estate investment forums because they say, What's some of the worst real estate investing advice you've ever heard. And I say buy and hold and they say oh, they just don't like that. And I'm like, I think I'm doing okay with it. And maybe I should have kept them all and just bought other ones. And then the other thing I ended up just recently doing is I sold the first cabin I bought which was a four bedroom, and I 1031ed did into this ultimate killer, like five bedroom the most incredible views. Just amazing. So that's kind of the other half of the coin is when you're looking at a lot of the when you're when you're looking to do Airbnb anywhere, when you take a look at the market. And if you if you buy the airDNA data, what you're going to see is, especially when you start to well, bigger places are there are less bigger places. So you're going to get outsized demand for the supply of bigger places, so you're able to charge more more bedrooms is better. In the Smokies a view is better a pool in the basement is better. And what you're also going to see is that if you're running at 95th percentile property, your gross is double what your what a 50th percentile property's gross is going to be. So that isn't if you're running a 95th percentile property, your profits going to be double because you're already making a profit at the 50th percentile, it means your profits going to be you know, times three times four times five, because you've already got your expenses paid at 50th percentile. So anything about 50th percentile You really need, yeah, that's just money in your pocket. So you really need to, I was, you know, I've made, I've made some mistakes along the way that have cost me someplace between, like a pretty lot of money and just like a lot of money. There are no small mistakes that I did. So, you know, one of the mistakes that I made was, well, if I can put 10% down, this will be I'm going to try not to put much more money and like, if something breaks, I'm going to do it. And looking back on it, there's a couple things that I could have upgraded, that wouldn't have been a big deal. That would have netted me more money in the long run better reviews. You know, when you look at that delta between the 50th percentile in the 95th percentile, it's amazing. So it's, it's worth, it's worth doing that and not kind of being gone on to put in 10%, I'm gonna try never to put another penny in unless something breaks, you know. Michael: That's worth the upfront investment. So yeah, Dave: It totally is worth the upfront investment. And even if it's in, let's just say it's, it's not, let's just say you only have the 10% of the closing costs, you know, the other thing is you're making, you should be making a couple 1000 a month anyway. So I mean, in two or three months, you're gonna have 567 $10,000 to spend. So maybe you wait a couple months, and then you put in, you know, the new the new furniture in the living room and refilled the pool table or whatever, get the better hot tub, whatever it is, when you feed that back in, I ended up just selling a place. And it's just doing some, I have some friends that also have properties that are identical, like literally identical to mine like same layout, same view, 50 feet away, and we were talking some numbers. And you know, they did, one guy did a really over the top renovation, his numbers were crazy, and one guy did a milder renovation. And I would I was doing some math of what it would have taken me to put in that and it'd been like under 10 grand. And basically, he was kind of he was out grossing me by about 10 grand, like, Oh, you put in the 10 grand and for the last three years, I could have made 10 grand instead of I save 10 Grand 30 grand Got it. Michael: Right. Dave: So it's it, you know, my mind is a is a work in progress for maximizing all these things. Well, Michael: That's the engineer in you I totally get that as a reformed engineer myself. We get that. Dave: Okay. Yeah, totally. Dave, I'm curious to get your thoughts because I'm sure that there are people that would argue that there are Smoky Mountain equivalents all over the place, I can invest anywhere in the country and make a good return. What are your thoughts on that? And how do you kind of narrow in on some hot markets? Dave: I agree that you could probably make the same money. If you dig into 95th percentile stuff, if you dig into all this stuff that makes money. I think it's harder to make money in other places. And what's really interesting is what the how I made more money inn the Smokies, I've made more money, I've made significantly more money in the Smokies with appreciation than I actually did from Airbnb. So if you're making crazy cash on cash, which you still can kind of do, if you know where to look. And your appreciation is outpacing your cash on cash. That's the thing that I think some of the other markets lack. And I've known people that have had places that you know, guy that was in, in place just outside of Denver, and he was killing it in his neighborhood. And I forget if it was him, or his, basically the two of them where they were doing Airbnb in there and it got banned, and all of a sudden, everything's gone. Or you do it in some small place that maybe you're making money. But you know, how do you get that out? And how do you find the investors to come in behind that? Do they know that's a hot market? So I think a lot of people concentrate and obviously the rental arbitrage people are just doing a just a strictly cash on cash thing. But I think if you look on, if you look at the markets that are being rated by air DNA, I think you're going to have a better overall return. Because other people are just being pointed to that direction, and they have the proof that they need if there's any, if there's any fear of the numbers, the books being cooked, whatever, and you know, some far off market, the middle of Wyoming, whatever I don't know. I mean, I've heard some really interesting numbers of people buying places in the Midwest with pools during COVID, they just they just annihilated because kids want to swim and people have money and if you couldn't go to the public pool and your kid really wanted to swim, guess what you're dropping top dollar, you're gonna beat out the other guy to get that lock in that place with a swim pool, even though it's a less expensive city. So I mean, those guys didn't really well, they're going to do now that the public pools are kind of open, I don't know. But I think overall, I trust the air DNA data. And I think the cash on cash is available in other places, I'm not sure the appreciation is as much. Michael: Okay. And so you actually help people find properties out in the Smokies, is that right? Dave: I do. I do. I that wasn't my goal, my. So my goal straight up was, I was an engineer, I took my bite out, I said, I get to do whatever I want. And I don't like I don't sit still well. So I'm like, I am going to learn to fly airplanes. And my goal is to fly jets. So my goal was to fly for Delta. And so I'm like, I got my private pilot license, I got my instrument pilot license, made it halfway through commercial license, and then kind of like, the whole real estate thing kind of blew up for me. And in even before I started working, about halfway through the commercial, or excuse me, halfway through the instrument license, I started to get people asking me, Hey, can you kind of help me do that? And can you help me find some of the best performing properties. And I think, because of the engineering background, and because I'm not afraid to do the numbers, and because I'm not afraid to run some spreadsheets and stuff like that, I'm able to better explain to some of the more technical science, math investors, why this makes the most sense. And I'm able to make them feel comfortable enough to invest there. So I'm getting a lot of clients that have never invested anywhere, I'm getting a lot of 1031 clients, but they see the numbers and it's just like you can't not do it. And that's, it's, it's one of those things that you know, right now, depending on depending on the cash on cash that you're looking for, a lot of a lot of the places don't work. But if you know where to look and and how to make it work. It's a lot easier and, and it's one of those things that it's like, even with, even with MLS access down there. A lot of the agents don't put in the numbers that you need to see. So there's a lot of calling and texting and stuff to dig a lot of this stuff out to make sure that your clients are getting the best stuff. And I think that's what myself and my teammate do better than a lot of other agents is dig out those numbers and make our clients comfortable that they're getting some of the best returns that they can in one of the best markets. Michael: That's awesome. So Dave talked to us a little bit about what some of these properties that we're talking about cost. And what are some of those cash on cash return numbers and metrics that you that you're seeing. Dave: Rght. So yeah, when I got started, things were a lot cheaper, it was a lot easier. But the crazy thing is the numbers were slightly better when I got started. But they're still pretty righteous right now. So right now, it's very difficult to find, but I am finding some clients 60% cash on cash returns, I'm finding people between 40% and 50% cash on cash on a fairly regular basis. But yeah, there's, there's just some places that are under priced a little bit. And that's why you're looking just to see what it can do. And there's so many, one of the things I don't like about the Facebook forums, any Facebook forum for Airbnb, is the amount of people that say that nobody should ever take a course. And I never took a course. And all these people said, are telling these brand new people don't take the course. And I added up what I didn't know and how much it costs me. And it's, it's like 40 or 50,000. Like if I'd taken the course I would have saved myself easily 40 or $50,000. And I'm like, You have no idea how much you can spend on a course and save money. So one of the things that we're seeing down there when we're finding these properties, right is there was somebody that was just bragging that they just filled their last two nights for 2021. And I just thought, boy, you're so underpriced. If you have your entire thing booked up every last day that that just tells me you're leaving a lot of money on the table. So it's a combination of what you know, kind of what numbers they're generating, currently what their calendar looks like. You know, if they're completely full and they have pretty high gross while you know there's a lot of room, a lot of upside. There's just a bunch of different things like that, that we're using to find properties. And just the straight math is if you find some property compelling enough to pay $100,000 more for it. That's great. Down to roughly $500 a month in principal and interest payment that breaks down. So let's break it down to short term rental terms, you're going to rent it out list, it's going to be under 500. But we'll just call it 500. For the easy math, let's just say you're going to rent it out 20 days a month, now, in the summer, there's no you're renting it out 20 days a month, you're renting it out a lot more than that. But let's just say 20 just to make the math very conservative. If you rent it out 20 days a month. That means whatever you paid $100,000 more for. If you can charge $25 a day, $25 a day more. For that additional amenity you're breaking even. And if you can charge $26 a day more, you're making money. And guess what have you cost in the Smoky Mountains? About $100,000? Can you rent a cabin for more than $25? A day more? If you get a view? Heck yes. Can you rent to you know, can you rent a five bedroom instead of a three bedroom for $25? More day? Heck, yes. Yeah, there's so many of these things. So bottom line is if you look, if you want to do just straight math, and let the math guide you to what you need to buy to have the best cash on cash, you're starting to get into more expensive properties. And you know, that basically, kind of up to any price works several million is is fine. If you have the financial ability to do that, things start to make sense, things make a ton of sense. And like 750 $800,000 range, you're still making money in just about any range, you know, 300, 400,000, but you're not making as much and you don't have as much cushion. So there's a lot of people that are like I want to start small, and I want to and I'm like you, I will be happy to help you find and buy anything you want. But let me explain to you why starting small, in my opinion is more dangerous than starting with something that's making 5-6- 7, 000 a month, right? Because guess what, you can lose 567 1000 a month and you're still breaking even versus you know, if you're making 1000 1500 a month when something goes wrong, you're now making nothing and you may be coming out of pocket. I never want to come out of pocket. Michael:: This is mind blowing day. This is such good stuff. Dave: Yeah, cool. So glad you like it. Michael: As as we wrap up here and let you get out of here. What's a final takeaway that first time short term investors to be thinking about that they want to get into short term rental game? What are some of the hardest lessons that you've learned that you can help people to hear from? Dave: One of the things I see people do is I want to stay so if there was a post I saw that said I visit Detroit on a regular basis, I want to stay in Detroit. I think I'm going to get a short term rental in Detroit. I say I will pay cash for wherever I want to stay. And if I want to stay in Detroit, I'll pay cash that I've earned in the Smokies are one of the top markets. I'm I'm very big into what's the least I like to earn money. But what I really like to do is earn money with less effort. So if I can have five or 10 places in Detroit, that earned me the same money as one place in the Smokies. I'm going with the Smokies all the time, or the panhandle of Florida or, you know, right now some of the other really hot ones Joshua Tree, Broken Bow. Some other places like that northeast corner of Pennsylvania. There's a bunch of other markets, but I want I don't want to have I see a lot of guys do like a 40 or 50 person, kind of, or 40 or 50 property, you know, rental arbitrage grinding these things out. And that's just not me. I would say try to get the one that has the best cash flow and go from there. Michael: Path of least resistance. Dave: People trust me and people tell me things that they probably wouldn't tell other people. But if you knew, and you would never get any of these people on your podcast if you knew how much money that I know that friends have burned through attempting to do short term rentals poorly like 50,000 a year 75,000 a year just I thought I'd try this house. I thought people would really like it. And they didn't it's like go with the proven method, click the stuff that's working. Don't try to reinvent the wheel. You know, go to where there's 1000s of other people that have already done it. That's the big mistake that I see people do that cost them lots of money and lots of time in the end and I don't know and just here's my other just general real estate investing advice. There's a friend there, I have a friend of mine who's very sharp. And he's basically he's put together a portfolio. He's mid 20s. And he's put together a portfolio that now basically makes him financially independent, he makes more money from his real estate portfolio than he does from his day job. And it's like, just ask guys like that, or ask me or ask y'all like, I have this idea. What do you think? And you know, he's very happy to help people. I'm very happy to help people. I'm like, yeah, I'll jump on a call for five minutes. Tell me that you want to invest in, you know, I don't know, some, you know, I'll either tell you how to figure out whether it's a good idea, or I'll tell you why it's a horrible idea just to begin with, you know, avoid places with regulation, avoid places that you might lose money, avoid anything that you can make a couple $100 on, like, why are you doing that? Make 1000s? Like, think big. Like, it's not that much harder to do. It's actually easier. So I guess that would be the other. The other thing I would steer new investors too. Michael: That's so so good day. Well, it kind of in that vein, how can people reach out to you to get a hold of you if they want to either invest with you in the Smokies or just want to bounce some ideas off of you. Dave: I'm on Facebook. So Dave, homie, AK on Facebook is a way to reach me, you can message me click on me, whatever. I have a website, SmokyMountaincabinrealty.com and smokey is SMOKY. And if somebody wants to sign up, I have some introductory investment, zoom classes like a 60 minute thing. And I kind of explained what I think is important when finding an investment. I obviously say that the Smokies are a pretty good place to invest because I believe that so those would be the two the two main places to get in touch with me there's SmokyMountainCabinRealty.com, or DaveHomyak.com. Michael: Alright, Dave, this has been great. One final question that I want to ask you. Because it seems like you are so hyper focused on one particular market. Do you think it's make sense to diversify and invest across multiple different states? What are your thoughts there? Dave: Excellent question. I am hyper focused on the Smokies because I know those returns are incredible. I'm not necessarily saying somebody should invest in the Smokies only or the panhandle of Florida. I'm saying follow the numbers. I really have an issue with people that have multiple properties in multiple cities. And they're not doing a comparison of how much you know how much money they're earning, and how much time they're putting in. And there are properties that they have that are doing better and there are properties they have that are underperforming and It baffles me why somebody would want to waste their time on an underperforming property instead of cut that one loose and upgrade so I just wish more people would run the numbers. Michael: This has been so great thank you again for taking the time to hang out with me and I know we'll be chatting soon because we're fellow smokey guys now Dave: Yeah awesome really appreciate you having me on. Michael: Take care talk soon. Alrighty everybody that was our episode a big thank you to Dave super super cool story and I'm just total fanboy because as I mentioned the episode I also recently invested in a smoky so I'm very excited to hear that the outlook is positive. As always, if you liked the episode, leave us a rating or review wherever it is this your podcast and we look forward to seeing the next one. Happy investing
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We're in a time as thick with uncertainty as with possibility. Many of us are still, and again, exhausted — and yet opening, fitfully, to what we've learned and have been called to at this moment in the life of the world. Toward nourishing that, the second offering in our new series, The Future of Hope, with social creative Darnell Moore in conversation with filmmaker dream hampton. The influence they wield spans hip-hop to Netflix to the Oscars; from the Movement for Black Lives to Surviving R. Kelly. It is an honor to enter this tender, intimate conversation between two dear friends. In them we experience a muscular hope in justice oriented toward redemption — and calling out in a spirit of “calling in.”dream hampton is a filmmaker and writer. She won a George Foster Peabody Award for the docu-series Surviving R. Kelly. She's been named as one of Time Magazine's most influential people. Find an archive of all her writing at dreamhampton.com.Darnell Moore is the Vice President of Inclusion Strategy at Netflix. His memoir is, No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black and Free In America, and he is host of the podcast “Being Seen.”Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.
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Climate Changemakers is back for Season 2! And this year, hosts Damon and Kiss are reaching beyond Illinois and talking with environmental justice movement workers from across the land about what ideas guide their work, which strategies have been effective, and what advice they have for Elevate as the organization works to put people and the planet first in the fight to build equity through climate action. On Episode 5, Dame and Kiss head east to talk Detroit with the inimitable Monica Lewis-Patrick. Known as the "Water Warrior," Monica is the cofounder of We The People Detroit, a community-based grassroots organization aiming to inform, educate, and empower Detroit residents on imperative issues surrounding civil rights, land, water, education, and the democratic process. She talks about the links between water access and austerity, the gender-based violence of water shutoffs, the regional coalition of water organizing across the Great Lakes, how her mother called her to action, and much more. SHOW NOTES Support We The People Detroit - www.wethepeopleofdetroit.com Gloria House - snccdigital.org/people/gloria-house/ Rev. Dr. JoAnne Watson - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JoAnn_Watson ALEC - www.alecexposed.org/wiki/ALEC_Exposed Charity Hicks - www.onthecommons.org/magazine/commo…-charity-hicks Prof. Gwen Winston - anchor.fm/onesongplaylist/epis…archs-Part-1-e10jmdk We the Youth Detroit - www.wethepeopleofdetroit.com/youth-leaders The New “Water Barons”: Wall Street Mega-Banks are Buying up the World's Water - www.globalresearch.ca/the-new-water-…-water/5383274 Water Shutoffs During COVID-19 and Black Lives: Case Study Detroit -www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/env…m4u4S8.facebook Clean Water and Reproductive Justice - www.nationalpartnership.org/our-work/re…justice.pdf Water insecurity and psychosocial distress: case study of the Detroit water shutoffs - pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32930795/ Subscribe to, rate, and review Climate Changemakers on your podcast app: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/climate-changemakers/id1503392646 Become an AirGo Amplifier - airgoradio.com/donate Rate and review AirGo - podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/airgo/id1016530091
In this episode, I interview Joe "Mr.D" Dombrowski, Joe broke the internet in 2017 with a fake spelling test that he gave to his 4th grade class as an April Fools prank. Joe has been performing and writing comedy professionally since 2010 which is when he got his start in his hometown of Detroit, Michigan. Joe and I chat about how he uses his huge fan base and comedy to bring awareness and advocate for change in the systematic issues that teachers face.Read the transcript!Connect with Joe! Follow him on InstagramCheck out his podcastVisit his website for his tour dates!TAKE THE FREE QUIZ: What career outside of the classroom are you qualified for? Join our community:Connect with Daphne on Instagram @teachercareercoachSUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW:Don't forget to subscribe to this podcast so you don't miss an episode! If you would be kind enough to support The Teacher Career Coach Podcast, leaving a rating and review would be very appreciated. By leaving a review, you are helping other teachers looking for support to find this community as well. Click here to leave a review. Would you make a great guest for The Teacher Career Coach Podcast? Let us know! If you're a former teacher, click here! If you're a burnout specialist, career coach, or other specialist that would be a good fit for this audience, click here!
The Vikings continue to provide the drama! They snatched victory from the jaws of defeat on Sunday vs. the Lions as Patrick Peterson recaps an exciting affair in Detroit (1:00). What happened with that awkward hug/shove between Kirk Cousins and Mike Zimmer? Pat P was inches away and shares his insight. He also breaks down the rest of the game including some big PBUs. What are his thoughts on hot seat rumors? P2 answers that and previews Week 6 vs. the Panthers (16:00). The guys give their thoughts on the Jon Gruden situation (22:00), before diving into our other weekly segments like the 'All Things Covered Awards' (30:30) and '7 Questions' (33:00). 'All Things Covered' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to All Things Covered on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the All Things Covered podcast." Visit the All Things Covered YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/allthingscovered Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AllThingsCoveredPod Follow Pat on Instagram and Twitter Follow BMac on Instagram and Twitter Follow All Things Covered on Instagram and Twitter Produced by: @E_DeBerardinis For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Injury news is generally positive for Joe Mixon and Joe Burrow on Wednesday, then Jake is joined by PFF's Seth Galina to expand on what will take the Bengals offense to the next level. We wrap up with James and Matt Dery's crossover Thursday, where you'll find out how Penei Sewell is doing in Detroit. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
RUSH: This is Michael in Jackson, Michigan. Welcome, sir. I'm glad you called. Hello. CALLER: Hello, sir. God bless you and yours. Thanks for being there, and please keep fighting the good versus evil fight, would you? RUSH: Thank you. Sir, I can't do anything else. I think I'm genetically disposed to opposing all this stuff, so — CALLER: Yes, sir. RUSH: — I'm not going anywhere. CALLER: Yes, sir. Good. Great. I have a fun Open Line Friday story for you. RUSH: Okay, cool. CALLER: Yeah. I get to do some interviews at — we have a Motor City Comic-Con in the Detroit area, and I got to interview William Shatner. RUSH: Oh. Yeah. Cool. CALLER: It was cool. And, you know, everyone was Star Trekking him to death, so I thought I'd ask him about his talk show, Raw Nerve, and I asked him who his favorite all-time guest was, and then I had a follow-up question of what was the best answer he got to a question from a guest. And he said his favorite guest of all time was you. https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2014/08/08/william_shatner_s_favorite_guest/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Gone Gruden, Smash Mouth's show stopper, Tyga troubles, new Cameos, Texas v. Mandates, John Cusack v. Barstool Chicago, and WATP Karl joins us to co-regulate.The NFL office really didn't like Jon Gruden's emails that they found in their Washington Football Team investigation. The Las Vegas Raiders coach decided to resigned.Hunter Biden is killing it in the art world.Karl from WATP joins us to co-regulate 4D with Demi Lovato, the embarrassment that is Madonna, roast Berning In Hell with Hannah Berner, introduce us to Hey Poopy and point out Howard Stern's tech issues.Playboy has dudes on their covers these days.Detroit City Council has totally fixed the towing situation in Detroit now that everyone seems to be indicted.Football: MNF was a great watch last night. Marc sweated his bet all game. (use promo code DMP). Frank Ragnow is hurt. Quintez Cephus is hurt. Jeff Okudah is hurt. Romeo Okwara is hurt. The Lions are bad.Steve Harwell of Smash Mouth is retiring. He says it's due to health... but it's clear he's a mess.Barstool Sports Chicago decided John Cusack shouldn't cheer for the White Sox.A guy that pretended he was Superman on TV comments on the son of Superman being bi-sexual.The US wants vaccine mandates. Texas does not want mandates.The Brooklyn Nets don't want a part-time point guard.Tyga arrested for felony domestic violence. He seems to be totally broke. Jerry Jones, Tony Dungy and Mike Tirico have Jon Gruden's back.Boring Austin Green is overdoing it on DWTS.MGK & Megan Fox have surpassed Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell as the hot new celebrity power couple.Cameo has welcomed a new roster of celebrities who need YOUR money.Congrats to Al Allen and Susan Whitall for making the Michigan Journalist Hall of Fame. Al was on Let it Rip and he didn't allow anyone else to let it rip.Southwest Airlines is straining to do some explaining. They totally ruined Kimberly Romano's wedding.Drew is planning his excuse to get out of his WATP's appearance.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).