It's a jam packed episode of GameSpot After Dark because this week we have the one and only Kahlief Adams to talk about the Spawnies 2023 awards show as well as his surprise shoutout in the Dead Space remake. But that's not all! Stick around at the end for a special interview Tamoor did with Rahul Kohli on his role in Like a Dragon Ishin. Topics for this episode include; Dead Space Remake, Like A Dragon Ishin, Hi-Fi Rush, Hitman Freelancer, Forspoken, and Red Lobster. Tune into the Spawnies on Jan 30th @ 6pm PST https://www.twitch.tv/spawnonme Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, Tony and Fingers reviewed the Big Sky Bitterroot cigar and Black Saddle 12 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey. Tony Katz and Fingers Malloy (http://eatdrinksmokeshow.com) host Eat! Drink! Smoke! (http://facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke) recorded live at Blend Bar Cigar (http://blendbarcigar.com) in Indianapolis, IN. Topics this week include; 'Rent-a-chicken' service gives you a coop, complete with birds, for your own farm-fresh eggs. This is America's most popular grocery store right now. Netflix is hiring a flight attendant for one of its private jets—and the job pays up to $385,000. Gen Z and millennials are leading ‘the big quit' in 2023. All that and much more on episode 221 of Eat Drink Smoke. More on the Big Sky Bitterroot cigar; Size: 6X54 Origin: Esteli, Nicaragua Wrapper: Habano Binder: Nicaragua Filler: Nicaragua Follow Eat! Drink! Smoke! Twitter: https://twitter.com/GoEatDrinkSmoke | @GoEatDrinkSmoke Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatdrinksmoke | @eatdrinksmoke IG: https://www.instagram.com/eatdrinksmokepodcast | @EatDrinkSmokePodcast The Podcast is Free! Click Below! On Apple Podcasts (http://bit.ly/eatdrinksmoke) On Amazon Music (https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/09697f78-947d-4008-92f6-18f6b241774a/Eat-Drink-Smoke) On Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/show/eat-drink-smoke) On Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6Qf6qSmnpb5ctSMEtaB6lp)
We are back in our new studio, but still working out some of the kinks with the new equipment! Hopefully you will not notice it too much.....on today's show, Morgan tried salmon for the first time in her life!! Is she now a seafood fan?? (Let's just say she won't be attending Red Lobster's "Endless Shrimp Night" anytime soon.) Also, did you hear how Shakira began to suspect how her husband was cheating on her? What is the innocent thing you noticed that made you think your significant other was cheating?? Plus, we played Battle of the Burbs, how have you hurt yourself at work?, and Austin Love from WKYC Channel 3 stopped by for "Love In The Land" and to see if he'd be willing to plan Morgan's 30th birthday party.
Happy New Year Fungal Associates! We bring you a simultaneously revered and reviled tree: the red maple (Acer rubrum). Learn how this megasuperstar got its start, and how it rose to be the Starbucks, Red Lobster, and the Chris Pratt of the tree world. Happy 2023! Completely Arbortrary is produced by Alex Crowson and Casey Clapp Artwork - Jillian Barthold Music - Aves & The Mini Vandals Join the Cone of the Month Club patreon.com/arbortrarypod Follow our Instagram @arbortrarypod --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/completely-arbortrary/support
This week, Eric, Sam, and Josh discuss: The Phantom Of The Opera, the Home Alone 2 audio book, Kevin Conroy's Batman legacy, Pearl, the Barrymore acting dynasty, the Oscars, Roku, Red Lobster, Denny's, New Year's Eve, and more! They also mention the movies screening the week of Friday December 30, 2022 - Thursday January 5, 2023: Eo, She Said, Armageddon Time, Smile, 3 Godfathers, and UHF!
We wrap up the weekend talking about funeral etiquette and recital things. We visit Red Lobster to fix some cheddar bay biscuits. We revisit the Emmitt Till case happening in present times…and joke an Indian man who has done interesting things dancing in his body. Come see how we blur the lines and blend the truth! #comedypodcasts #jokes #funeral #blackpodcasts #redlobster #biscuits --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/churchparkinglot/support
This week on the @supadupapod, we talk about the World Cup, who's watching, and why Soccer is fun. We also talk about the NBA MVP Award being named after Michael Jordan, Red Lobster biscuits, Climate Change and when to tell kids the real about Santa. Thanks for listening to the @supadupapod. Please like, share and leave a review! Produced by : Ez McMahon Music By J. Kwest hp53productions.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IG: @supadupapod Find us anywhere you get your podcasts! #HP53Productions #SouthsideDNA #SupaDupaPodcast
Olive Garden is an American casual dining restaurant chain that offers Italian-American cuisine. It is a subsidiary of Darden Restaurants, Inc., which is headquartered in Orange County, FL. Olive Garden started as a unit of General Mills. The first Olive Garden store was opened in 1982, in Orlando, FL. By 1989, there were 145 Olive Garden restaurants. General Mills spun off its restaurant holdings as Darden Restaurants (named for Red Lobster founder Bill Darden), a stand-alone company, in 1995. In this episode, we will review 3 alternatives that you can't miss. Tired of your job? Thinking of starting or buying a business? Take our Biz Quiz to filter through over 10,000 business opportunities today! https://www.vettedbiz.com/quiz-test/ Need help finding the right franchise? Click here: https://www.vettedbiz.com/franchise-search/ 00:00 Introduction 00:20 About Olive Garden 01:26 Buffalo Wild Wings 02:08 Applebee's 03:22 QDOBA 04:03 Conclusion #3OliveGardenFranchiseAlternativesFor2023 #FranchiseFindings If you are looking for more information, you can connect with us through our networks: https://www.vettedbiz.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/vettedbiz/ https://www.facebook.com/vettedbiz https://www.tiktok.com/@businessandfranchiseinus
They begged us not to, but this week the boys returned to Red Lobster to do battle again against the bounty of the sea. Where they victorious? Find out this week!Also Cameron forgot to turn on the good mic (he was not in his normal environment) so the sound isn't the best.Topics discussed: Boy Meets World, Andor, Taylor Swift (again), Balenciaga, Molech, Progression Fantasy, and Pokemon Scarlet and Violet.
NOTE: Our producer, Spenny, has been reprimanded for not uploading the podcast in a timely manner. We gave him a proper spanking on his robust buttocks, and he has reluctantly asked for your forgiveness. On today's CJ is Fat we discuss the new addition of Cheddar Bay Shrimp at Red Lobster. They've taken their biscuit batter and are now frying up their shrimp in it. Good? Bad? I suppose we'll all decide soon enough. Emily is wondering if dudes that work at nail salons have foot fetishes. This comes after she had a unique experience while getting a pedicure done recently. Listen in and contribute on today's Leftovers. On Weird or Wired Matt warns us about the newest Tesla update, which aims to push the vehicles toward full, self-driving status. Unfortunately, that's not the case currently, as vehicles are still very much NOT self-driving even after the so-called "Full Self Driving" update. Just be careful out there on the road with all of these robot cars. CJ is a stupid jerk idiot. Hah. There. I know you don't read this far down. Suck it! Support the show: https://www.101x.com/justmattandcj/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode, Matt & Alex talk about Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Matt wants a Project Runway/Wakanda spin-off series, Alex wonders why Namor doesn't wage war simply against Red Lobster, and they both want to know how this movie made so much money without a single appearance from skateboard kid. WARNING: SPOILERS and some NSFW language Follow on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/henchmenofcomic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehenchmenofcomics/ Facebook: http://https//www.facebook.com/The-Henchmen-of-Comics-287158801784926/ E-mail: email@example.com Find out more at https://henchmen-of-comics.pinecast.co
Red Lobster is selling a cheddar bay biscuit holiday sweater, Nicole Kidman to receive a lifetime achievement award from the AFI on Tuesday, and Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!!!!
Barry Sorkin is the Co-Founder and Co-Owner of Smoque BBQ in Chicago, IL. He got his first taste of the restaurant industry when he worked at Red Lobster as a bar tender and a manager in his 20s. He left the industry to pursue a career in journalism and IT. Feeling unsatisfied, he quit his job in 2005 and, with the help of 4 partners, opened Smoque in Chicago in December of 2006. Smoque quickly proved to be too popular and too busy for their space so they expanded their existing 3 years later. Show notes… Calls to ACTION!!! Join Restaurant Unstoppable Network and get your first 30 days on me! Connect with my past guest and a community of superfans. Subscribe to the Restaurant Unstoppable YouTube Channel Join the private Unstoppable Facebook Group Join the email list! (Scroll Down to get the Vendor List!) Favor success quote/mantra: No mantra. "Take it as it comes/don't get bored." 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Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share some "personal Mt. Everests" from our listeners; writer and mountaineer Silvia Vasquez-Lavado discusses how she became the first openly gay woman to climb “The Seven Summits” while overcoming addiction and childhood trauma; comedian Curtis Cook explains why you shouldn't wear a suit to Red Lobster; and Patterson Hood, frontman of Drive-By Truckers, unpacks his decades-long collaboration with bandmates, then performs "Shake and Pine" from their album Welcome 2 Club XIII.
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Time for another show it's really great. Wow some great material on this one. Important and meaningful discussions on this week's election here in the United States of America. Also some great back and forth on Mr. Elon Muck's purchase of the Tweeting application and how well he's doing at running it. Going great! Then we did some beer stuff I guess. I'll give you one guess as to what Scottish brewery made its way into the Hyper Beer Nerd Dork Shit News. And if you get it wrong, you have to tell me your address so I can send you a present! There's a game at the end about some of our most sessionable beers. Anyway see ya. Follow us on Instagram: @beerenginepod Email us: email@example.comGive us a tip: ko-fi.com/beerenginepodcast
Melissa is still on maternity leave so here's a re-release of one of our favorite episodes:Red Lobster once lost over three million dollars during an “Endless Crab” promotion because they underestimated how much people could eat. The demand for crab was so high, Red Lobster had to pay exorbitant prices in order to keep supplying it to customers. How did Red Lobster get into this mess?ALSO: How long do restaurants leave food out in buffets? Spoiler: it's much longer than you think.Webcrawlerspod@gmail.com626-604-6262Discord / Twitter / Instagram / Patreon / MerchSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/webcrawlers. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome to the Keto Mom page! We're making chili for supper, so I'll walk you through how I make that very simple. I'll also give you a bonus recipe for our Keto biscuits. It's like a low-carb cheddar biscuit, and they're so good. They kind of taste like the one from like Red Lobster, and I think they're delicious. You can make them with your chili, or you can make them for the upcoming Thanksgiving dinner. It's super simple. What are your keto, low-carb dinner ideas? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. Do you feel stressed or burned out? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. Visit our Website: https://beacons.ai/ketomom Grab your Mom Fuel Trial Packs: 3 Pack Trials: www.MomFuelTrials.com 5/10 Pack Trials: https://www.ketomomsecrets.com/shop CONNECT WITH ME: * Facebook: http://facebook.com/KetoMom * Facebook: http://facebook.com/stephy.mielke * Instagram: http://instagram.com/ketomomsecrets * Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/KetoMomSecrets * Blog: http://KetoMomSecrets.com * YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/ketomom * Email: firstname.lastname@example.org RESOURCES: Keto Mom Blog: http://www.KetoMomSecrets.com Mom Fuel Trials: www.MomFuelTrials.com Drink Ketones Challenge: https://www.ketomomsecrets.com/10-day-challenge Purchase our Mom + Dad Fuel: http://www.KetoMom.com 60 Hour KetoReboot: https://www.ketomomsecrets.com/keto-reboot More info on the Keto Lifestyle: http://www.facebook.com/KetoMom * Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-325815 -- KetoMOM was founded with a very simple philosophy. Make. People. Better. Our family hopes to provide as much value as possible by taking your questions about keto lifestyle, homeschooling, social media, entrepreneurship, and family business and giving you our answers based on a lifetime of building successful relationships, teams, and experience. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ketomom/message
Recorded on 10/21/22 Patagonia's Founder says he is giving up ownership to help fight the climate crises. Pretty sure its a tax avoidance scheme - https://www.cnn.com/2022/09/14/business/patagonia-ownership/index.html ; https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-09-15/patagonia-billionaire-who-gave-up-company-skirts-700-million-tax-hit?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic&utm_content=business&cmpid=socialflow-twitter-business&utm_source=twitter Super Genius Elon Musk - https://www.cbsnews.com/news/report-elon-musk-plans-to-cut-75-of-twitter-workforce/ Collecting McDonalds Adult Happy Meal Toys - https://www.cnbc.com/2022/10/19/mcdonalds-collectible-adult-happy-meal-toys-are-selling-for-thousands.html Twitter debates if Cheesecake Factory, Red Lobster and Olive Garden are actually good - https://www.newsweek.com/internet-debates-are-red-lobster-olive-garden-chain-restaurants-actually-good-1742240
Campaign to Save Halloween. Queen City Confessions: Voices in their head. Blown Off: Chloe & Cameron—Ex at Red Lobster. AITA: Fam member Harper's Halloween ban decision. Local designer DaniLi on creating Lizzo's jersey.
Aaron Chapman is a veteran in the finance industry with 25 years of experience helping clients better understand, source, and finance cash-flow positive investment properties. He advises over 100 clients a month in the acquisition and financing of their investment properties and primary residences. Aaron is ranked in the top 1% of mortgage loan processors in the country, in an industry of over 300,000 licensed loan originators, closing in excess of 100 transactions per month. In today's episode Aaron gives us his take on the current interest rate and inflationary environment, where he sees things going, and his thoughts on what investors should be doing in a time like this. Episode link: https://www.aaronbchapman.com/ https://apps.apple.com/uy/app/qjo-investment-tool/id1533823468 --- 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: What's going on everyone? Welcome to another episode of the remote real estate investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by Aaron Chapman, who's a lender, investor, bearded man and entrepreneur as well as an author and he's going to be talking to us about inflation and using long term debt as your battle ax against it. So let's get into it. Aaron Chapman, what's going on, man? Thanks for taking the time to come hang out with me. I appreciate it. Aaron: What's happening brother thanks for the invite. I think I kind of pushed my way in a little bit but I just Michael: Invite, forced invite. Aaron: Let's put that way. Michael: Ya, no happy to happy to and it's been a minute since since we saw each other over think Realty in Tampa. How you bee? Aaron: Been very good man. Think Realty in Tampa seems like so long ago, because I've been to Tampa two times since then. Miami a couple of times. Literally, I don't get to see very much of anything. But seats 3d of American Airlines is what it seems like. Michael: And that's pretty close up to the front of that first class? Aaron: It's always first it's what I've discovered in my career, it used to be you know, you got to you got to hang on to your capital is really kind of dumb to spend money unnecessarily. But then I got to thinking. So like I said first a few times, and I sat next to some amazing people. So it's not about the seat. It's about the person next to you. And more often than not, it's often enough, let's put that I sat next to some people, just some amazing conversations that end up doing business with some people when they didn't want to talk to me. And then it wasn't long, they were talking to me. And then they're giving me pointers, one guy who was like one of the executives over at the Business Journal. And I was finally DC next year, he's telling me all the cool places to go in DC. And now I've seen him pop up online. And I'll check in with him to see what's going on just a really cool guy that I recognized him by couldn't place who he was, until I got in talking. And then I found figured out who he was. So it's just, that's the kind of person that I ended up sitting with. And it's more the conversation than anything. Michael: What a different way of thinking about things like so many people see the price of the ticket. They're like, Oh, I don't want to pay that or like the experience. But you're you're approaching with a whole different lens. I love it, man. Aaron: Well, it's kind of how I approach going out for an expensive dinner paying a big tip, things like that. It's like, we know what's happening with the dollar right? It's not doing a whole lot sitting in our bank account. And believe me, I agree with holding on to cash, I believe I agree with investing wisely. But I also agree with taking that capital and putting it someplace where you're building relationships and building up somebody else. And so there's times when somebody does a great job, man throwing $100 tip on a on $100 Dinner is not an uncommon thing in my world. And that's not me beating my chest. It's that person earned it and what's that 100 bucks going to do in my world? My wife will ---- it away on somebody Amazon, right? So it's really not going to, it's not going to enhance our lives that much. But you'd be amazed at what it does to that person. And you walk back in there to that place you think that person forgot you? Well, they definitely don't forget me with the braids. Michael: I was gonna say yeah, with a look like that. Yeah, Aaron: Yeah, that's remembered. But then they remember that. And then it's there's this, I talked about the economy of gratitude a lot, and that autonomy kicks in. And they will do more and go above and beyond. Of course, now you're kind of stuck to $100 Michael: That's the minimum, yeah, the bar has been set. Aaron: So you got to be careful of how often you do go back or when you go back, you'd be amazed at the interaction you have with this person. It's a life changing experience. Because our like our lives are changed by the people that we interact with. And not necessarily what what we what we grow in it or what we amass in it is the relationships that we have. Michael: I love it. I love it. Let's give people the quick and dirty of who you are and where you come from and what is it you're doing in real estate and then we'll jump into kind of the meat what I wanted to cover today. Aaron: Very cool. So the quick and dirty is not so quick and but it's kind of dirty. So the interesting thing I was sitting in an event happen to be in Tampa, we were just talking about Tampa. This was years ago and one of the main speakers there talked about the lending industry that being a loan officer and he said the reason people become a loan officers because they can't get a job doing anything else. And it rang really, really true to me because that was my story. You go back to you know, I grew up on a cattle ranch in high school and from there to work in the oil fields in Wyoming drove truck ran heavy equipment, found myself in the mines in northern New Mexico in the late 90s. And they started to shut down the project and so I got laid off and I thought no big deal. I'll find a job easy and I had a wife and kid back in Arizona and I was up in northern New Mexico I go back and forth, went back and I couldn't find a job for nothing. I tried like crazy everything I applied for I got this this statement of being overqualified. I kept getting turned down. And things were getting dire at that point, I needed to make something happen. And as I left to go apply for a $10 an hour truck driving job to me, it was like the worst thing I could possibly do, but it was gonna put, bring money so I can at least feed my family. My wife as I left gave me a coupon for free diapers. So I drove over to this place, I applied the general manager turned me down again said I was overqualified. So I'm 23 years old, I feel broken, and walking down to my truck up coming from the type one of those job site type trailers go down the stairs. Get on my truck, said a quick prayer. I was really just I was trying to hold back the tears started up my truck and I started pointing myself to this grocery store. Well, as I'm headed to the grocery store, my gas light comes on in my truck. I had never ran that thing long enough to find out how long ago on a gas light. So I quickly found a store that had a groat a gas station on the corner. I pulled up that pump, got my debit card out, I said a quick prayer, prayer, I swiped it and I got declined. So I rifle through my truck looking for a lost dollar, found a few coins, I closed it lock the door, I started walking that grocery store pocket parking lot. And as I'm looking around, you know, I would find something on the ground look, make sure nobody's looking, reach out quickly pick it up, put in my pocket. This went on for what seemed like a couple hours. And then I got enough change that I thought would give me a couple gallons of gas. Luckily, it was 97 were Yeah, 1997 I think gallon, a gallon, a gallon gas, like 89 cents. So I went and exchanged my change, which was a couple hours of my life for two gallons of gas, went into the grocery store with my coupon, found those diapers hurried up and went to the checkout counter. I don't know if you've ever been this position, but nothing feels worse to, in my opinion, to have one item and your coupon for that one item. Right. And now it was just another just another crappy feeling to the day. So I got my stuff put in the bag, and I'm screaming either as fast as I can. And somebody recognized me. He called me over and I didn't want to talk to anybody. But he asked me how things were. And I told him what I just told you. He goes, Let's go to dinner. I'm like, Dude, I can't afford dinner. And I hated saying that. He was no, no, no, I got a gift certificate to Red Lobster. I'll take you your wife out. So we went to Red Lobster a couple of nights later. And that's where he told me about the mortgage industry. He explained to me what happened in it? And I'm like, Dude, how can I do this? I know nothing about that. I think there's numbers involved, and I cheated my butt off to get that C in high school. If it wasn't for the fact that could pick a lock, I would not have graduated. So I went in, I cut a foot off of my hair, I shaved. My mom bought me some business likes clothes, and I wouldn't do an interview. And they started me as a telemarketer in 1997. So that's how I got going. So going from a telemarketer to working actually some of my own leads to building this up and going through the crash and all kinds of stuff. And there's a bunch of stories in there. To now, you know, I was just called by an outfit by modex. And they recognize me I think is the number six guy in the United States. For transactions closed. I was number one guy in Arizona, I didn't even realize that I didn't really pay attention to the statistics, there's 1.6 million people in United States that do what I do. And from what I can tell, I'm ranked number six for how many deals I closed last year. So it's kind of an interesting dynamic to consider that swing. Michael: Yeah, I'll say, Well, you know, congratulations on how you've come clearly a long way. That's really exciting. Aaron: Well, thank you. And there is campfire story after a campfire story of of the different things we'll probably talk about this in the series of stuff we talking about the beatings that a person takes to become successful. And you don't what's really interesting is people say, How do you get there? How do you how do you achieve success? Mike, I'll let you know when I do. Because you just don't feel like it all the time. It's a consistent grind. You're always trying to be ahead of the head of everybody else. And once you achieve something, it's way harder to keep it. Michael: Yeah, I think people think it's like this just flat curve, you know, flat line once you've achieved something, but really, it's very sinusoidal. It's up and down and valleys and troughs. And you're like, man, some days suck. And some days are great, but the like, I think it's about the end destination right? Where you're trying to get to Aaron: 100%. So I look at it like Everest, right? You get up there. And I don't know, if you've ever really paid attention. Maybe you've climbed the same for all I know, but how long a person sits on top of Everest, it's a matter of minutes, and they're getting back down because that sucker will kill you. You know, and so it's it's just like any other achievement, we get the second you sit back and you relax and put your feet up. It's gonna kill you. You need to keep moving, you got to get down, you got to get to the next Everest. And it can be debilitating to think that we're constantly hunting the next goal. The next goal, the next goal, instead of just finding the happiness, you know, and you our viewers know who Larry Yatch is he says, you know, success is a optimized daily experience consistently achievable, right, something to that effect there are and so and it's sustainable over time. Yeah. I gotta find that optimized daily experience. Here's what I got to do. I don't think I've achieved finding that yet. Michael: I'm right there with you, man. We're in the hunt together. Aaron: Yes. And we'll keep hunting and maybe we'll keep communicating about one of these days. You're like, Dude, I found it. Michael: Yes. let me show you. So, let's shift gears here a little bit and talk about a topic that I think is on everyone's mind. And that's inflation. And you're working in the mortgage industry for a long time, you've seen a lot of ups and downs, sideways lifts, REITs give us a little bit of insight into why is inflation being talked about so much? And what do we as investors need to be cognizant of, and either using it or being abused by it. Aaron: So inflation is definitely an interesting animal. And it's talked about a lot, everybody is talking about this constantly. And what I point a lot of people to just even understand inflation is go to a place called Shadowstats.com. When you go to shadow stats, you're gonna go to, and I always encourage everybody to get log into it get to pay for the 100 bucks for the year, whatever, you're gonna go over to alternate data, you're gonna scroll down to inflation, you're going to find this chart, and what this chart has, it's going to be going to show you from 19, from the early 1980s, up until now, and it's going to have two different lines, a blue line and a red line. And they're going to be, they're going to be diverging at some point, they're gonna stay together at one point, they're gonna go down to when they show inflation started work its way down, and then they start to kind of break apart. And what you're watching there is the federal funds rate itself, or not the federal funds rate, but the CPI that the Fed tends to track, and it's what they have changed the index to contain. Right? So you're familiar with the Dow and the NYSC. And the and the NASDAQ, right? s&p, right, the s&p, none of them have the exact same value Correct. They're all different because they have things in them. Well, if you didn't get into, if you look at the the CPI, the Consumer Price Index, they will stack certain things in there that they can manipulate with monetary policy. And that's what they'll go off of. And you can see in this chart, that it's going to show that that that red line is skipping across the bottom right around their 2% Mark quite a bit, and then it spikes up to about eight and a half 9%, which is where we've been at recently. But if you look at the real rate of inflation, which is the shadow statline, it's going to be pushing up closer to 17. Why is that? Well, because back in the 80s, they took everything into account, what is the person really literally spending money on to on their day to day life, and they're going to track it so they can see how much their life is changing year over year as far as their expenses. But then they wait a minute, it's getting out of hand, because what we do to pass the law for will increase their their benefits or their social security and the retirement benefits to the rate of inflation. Well, we need to keep this to 2%. Right. So we don't want to raise that really, really quick. That's where you start seeing this particular manipulation? Well, if we're looking at 17%, people should really, really, really be concerned about what's happening with their dollar, because what's the dollar value doing with inflation? Michael: Decreasing. Aaron: Decreasing, right? It doesn't spend as far. So what I like to do is talk about this in the sense that it's always been that way. And when we're talking about real estate investing, you know, the, in my opinion, where a person does best when it comes to real estate investing is leveraging the property, you know, the way to leverage the properties, get some sort of financing instrument on it, if you're gonna get financing on it, you want to get it for as long as you possibly can. Because at that point, the longer you take a pay, the less you actually pay, because the dollar you're paying it with is worth less and less and less every year. So I know in today's higher rate environment, we're talking about inflation is pushing interest rates up. And if you look back at the history of inflation, last time, we saw inflation of this, this magnitude, you'll see in some charts that will show the history of inflation, and how it's somewhere right around 20%. But then you can see the history of the interest rates and the interest rates were closer to the same 17-18% for a 30 year fixed. Well, if we're where we are, as far as inflation is concerned, actually inflation was right around this 13 to 15%, where we are today. And then we're talking to interest rates at 19%. Well, the federal funds rate achieved over 20% at that timeframe. We're not there right now. So explain to people is the gap that we have there as a gift. Right now we're seeing somewhere in the sevens for 30 year fixed interest rates. And that's, you know, we're talking about this in October, the 2022. Do I expect it to get higher that I really do because of all the uncertainty within the market. But if you've locked it in and that interest rate for 30 years, and inflation stays consistently higher than that, you're never even going to pay back what you borrowed. In fact, I have an app to prove that, you know, people want to go to just go to my website, shoot me a message, I'll get you the app. And you can download this thing on your phone. And you can calculate your amortization table and then see what inflation did and how you paid less than what you borrowed over a 30 year window even though you're paying higher interest in what you hoped. Michael: We have to come back to that point because that's so counterintuitive and the exact opposite of what everyone tells you. When you look at the sum total you paid over a mortgage. But before we get there, I want to ask is it appropriate to look purely at The rate of inflation against interest rates? Or do we also have to take into account just the pure purchase price that we're seeing today? Or is it become irrelevant? Aaron: I think they're all a factor. Because sometimes when you're let's look back at interest rates go backwards a year, right? Interest rates were in the threes and fours were people buying investment properties. Unbelievable, we'd never actually seen that, and never thought that I would ever see that. But what's happened to the prices of houses, what what you're doing is you're opening up where they were, they say the affordability index had a right how that worked in and more people could afford houses. Well, the more people that could afford houses, the more people bidding on those houses, right, the more of those houses got bid up beyond their real value, price does not equal value in an environment like that people are just willing to pay an enormous amount of money. Well, because of that, all that affordability, it was so so called built into it because of lower interest rate was getting eroded by the fact that pushing the price so high. So now we're at this really interesting point where the prices are still fairly high compared to, to the, I'd say the real value of real estate because of what people are willing to pay. But our interest rates have increased to not quite to the highest it could and it's really not as high as the national as the average has been since 1971. But it's going to slow that down, I think an equilibrium equilibrium is going to kick in here at some point. And you might see those prices start to decrease a bit. And then of course, it's going to make a little bit more sense. So there's going to be people sitting on the side and waiting and watching. But then again, are they going to increase or decrease that much this begs the other question, were five point I think 5.2 million units short to fulfill the needs of that for housing United States. And then you're we're already short on that. We don't have as many building permits happening. We don't have the supply chain we used to, and now we have how many houses just got wiped out in Florida, you start compounding all this out, man. I'm telling people if you're in a contract, you probably want to stay in that thing. Because if you're backing out of a contract, because you don't like the price, you don't like the rates. Expect, just imagine what you're gonna like and a year from now, I don't think it's gonna get prettier. Michael: Yeah. Yeah, that's really interesting perspective. Let's come back to what you said before about, when you look at the total amount you've paid. Over time, it actually ends up being less than the original amount you borrowed because of inflation. Walk us through that again, Aaron: Gladly. And you're probably have to say that a lot to our conversation. Let's go back. You start with a topic. And now I go 100 different ways, because my mind is one, obviously, beautiful mind. There's a dude in here.. just just see it. So you've got. So when you think about our inflation, right, now, let's just take the BS metric that the feds throwing out there eight point, I think we're at 8.63%, if I remember correctly, right. So 8.3%, that means the dollar is losing 8.3% of its value every year. So if you take 8.3%, I'm gonna get my calculator out here on my phone. And we're going to divide that by 12. That means we're losing .691 percent of the value every single month. Is that not alarming .619% of the value every single month. So that's pretty well. So what I have here, and I'm just going to launch my launch my my app here, and anybody can get it is to QJO investment tool, you can go right to the app store and get the QJO investment tool. They may bleep me out here, guys, but it stands for the quit ------- off investment tool, because I think that's all a person does when they're so worried about interest rates. So if we're doing say, a 20%, down on a $200,000 property, and you're putting, let's say it's a seven half percent interest rate, you're gonna have a payment of a principal and interest of $1,118.74. Not real bad, right? But now you're gonna pay over that period of time on that interest, you're gonna pay $402,747.56, right? 402K. You got a $200,000 house, you put 20% down, that's $160,000 loan. Right? And then you're going to pay $400,000 In principal and interest people like there's no way in hell, I'm going to do that. But when you recalculate, every time you make a payment, that payment is worth what did we say? Point six 9%? Less? So I'll write $6.90 per dollar. Last, is that right? Or is that? No, that's not quite right. It's eight, it'd be eight cents per dollar per year. So it's point 06 cents per mile. Right? Right. But when you per dollar when you recalculate that every time for 360 months, the actual inflation adjusted payment over 360 months is $152,466. That's less than what you borrowed and that's based on 8% inflation, just 8% Because you think about that the dollar you're borrowing is seven and a half percent. You're paying a Back at an 8% decline, right now it's bigger than it's 8.3 8.4%. In fact, if you want to look at shadow stats, if you look all the way back, when you look how they track it, it's been over 8% since 2012. So in reality, you're never paying back what you borrowed because you're paying less them what they're getting in the form of interest. You're paying, you're literally getting paid to hold their money. And what's really, really cool about this is where it gets awesome. Because of inflation, we get to raise rents, how much are rents going up year over year right now in the United States? Michael: Like seven to 10%. Aaron: Last time I saw it was 12. Right? When you average it all out? Dang. Yeah. To a fact, Michael: I haven't looked for a while. Clearly, Aaron: Property manager in Kansas City. I had him check it out. They ran their books, they figured they said there was like 14.2, we looked at the last year, Mike, wow, this is crazy. I'm looking at what my kids are paying right there. They're in these apartments, and they're bumping up two to $300 every year. To me, it's kind of immoral. Now I get there's costs go up, taxes go up, upkeep goes up, because you got you got supply chain issues, right? You've got workers, the man ain't fixing anything over there really fast. So it's not like I think that they're, they're hurting themselves. From what I'm hearing, right? They're staying in my house now. And again, because of the darn AC has out for a couple of days. Those kinds of things. So when you think about that, what's going on in that type of environment, they're raising it like that? Well, let's see what I always tell people, we get to raise rents, even at just 5%. That's every time you raise rents, that's a compound on the previous year's rent, and then you compound it again and compounded again. So as you're compounding the increase in your income, you're compounding the decrease in what the lender makes, because they don't get to raise the payment because of inflation. So eventually, it may suck for the first 2-3-4 years because of your start rate. And because of all that, and you know, people always like to use cash on cash return is their metric. I think it's a BS metric. Guys, that's not that's not ratio, focus. There's other places to focus, we'll talk about it. But when you start adding that up, and really, really working out the math on it over time, you start killing it at about years 5-6-7 And just compounds huge. Those who don't want to be able to hang for the first three to four years of the ones going to be off on the sidelines. And they're the ones going to say that real estate's not the place to be because of interest rates will they're the they're the the people in the crowd. They're the ones that are the spectators, that people on the field, know where it's supposed to be at and they understand it. And those are the ones going to take opportunity. Michael: Love it. Aaron, let me ask you this, the Fed has tried to maintain inflation at around two to 3% annually. Right now we're up in that eight plus range. And so we did the math behind if inflation stays there for the duration of the 30 years that you're holding that loan. But if they get things under control, and it drops back down at 3%. I mean, did all of that benefit just get eroded? Aaron: Well, we also have to look at what they're dropping by 3% They're dropping their index by 3%. And that's dropping the real rate of inflation by India by 3%. So I don't see that as being eroded because you look back at you know, go back to shadow stats, start looking at what they were they calculate real rate of inflation. We've been over 8% Since what since 2012. You have a consistent increase in inflation, it's going consistently up cost of living has not gotten cheaper. Now, I don't know when you were born, but in 19 in the 1980s I could jump on my, it was the late 80s I could jump on my skateboard my mom gave me $1 Literally $1 Bill, I could go down to the corner store, get a gallon of milk, buy some candy for me and bring change to her. how possible is that right now? Michael: Um no, can't even buy the candy for the dollar right now? No, I just bought a KitKat for a buck. 75 Check it out. That's ridiculous. Dude, it's this dark chocolate and mint. KitKat I'm like such a sucker for dark chocolate. It was amazing. But yeah, Buck 75. Aaron: Well, it's probably probably an extra 10 cents for the blend, right? But, but again, kefir dollar 75. So that's what I'm saying a gallon of milk and I could get into it. It wasn't like the big jumbo candy bar, nut it was something. And I brought that change. But that was possible in like 1986, I think is when that was okay. It feels like a little while ago, but it shouldn't have changed that much. But it did. So if you look back at that's not a 2% inflation increase. That's common. That's some serious increase, especially the price of milk today. Right. So we started looking at that the Fed has never really kept it under 2% control. The other thing is, is our inflation today, I don't know if we're really know the full outcome of what's going to happen with what they did with those printed dollars. They have put $8.9 trillion into the markets that they never were in before. If you look at their holdings with respect to mortgage backed securities and treasuries, $8.9 trillion. Then we have they backed off by point zero 2 trillion. And now we have interest rates more than double what happens when they back off by half. Right? So when you start thinking about what they did, and what we're that we're the the amount of money that's in circulation, there's got to be some really massive moves here to get this under control and One of the things that really kind of stands out to me and if you heard this conversation were Powell, the chairman of the Fed was speaking. One of the things he said, I don't remember the exact words. He says one thing we've learned about inflation is we know very little about inflation. That's alarming. Michael: Yeah, big time. Aaron: And that was said within the last 45 days, I think 45 to 60 days. So what I am taking by that is inflation. There's this big loaded oil tanker, right, and it's headed towards ground right now. And they didn't get off the throttle early enough with all the stuff they're doing. Now. They're dropping all these anchors, they're hooking up tugboats. They're doing everything think everything they can, but it's too, it's too late. It's going to run aground. And what that happens when it runs aground, I don't know. But it's going to be pretty ugly. And so that's why I tell everybody I'm dealing with, you need to control what you can control for as long as you can control it. And the one thing we can control right now is a 30 year fixed loan. An ARM, Are these things they call, what did they call this thing be all in one loans, it's an adjustable rate, just a single adjustable rate, kind of a credit line? Yeah, great concept. But we have no idea how it's going to react in an environment like this. So for me, it's like whatever you can do to maintain it and keep control of it. And then when you know, we know for a fact that sense right now to close on this 30 year fixed and pay the points and get the rate. But what I do know is you're not going to pay it back, you're gonna pay less than what you borrowed. When you go with what the bank say, let's go with a five year or seven year, you have to do something with that loan, at some point. What did you just become a new client for the banks, that's what they want. That's what they say in the background, sell the arm because you're insuring your business for the future, the business for who the loan originator, not the person buying houses to rent out and to maintain a business, you are now become somebody's servant, you become a business, somebody else's future, you're a commodity. And I try and tell her but don't become somebody else's commodity control it for as long as you can. Only pull refinances, you can pull the money back out and reinvest into other things. Other than that, let that sucker sit there as long as you can run that out and let somebody else pay the freight. Michael: Yeah, that makes a ton of sense. Aaron, I know you deal exclusively in residential mortgages. But can you give any insight into why the commercial markets only have 5- 7-10 year options on their mortgages, as opposed to the 30? year fixed? I mean, I have seen a 30 year fixed, but it's not the Colt 45, like it is in the residential space? Aaron: Yes, you're right. It's it's very, very uncommon. Well, because most your commercial mortgages have to be made up by by investor capital or by banks, right. And so banks are going to take depositor capital, and they're going to create this or they're going to create their own type of security. And they're going to be able to get investors come into most investors don't want to let their money sit for 30 years. Most people don't know that when you're letting your money sit for 30 years in an inflationary environment, you're not getting your money, right, we all expect a certain rate of return on if you do any sort of hard money lending. Or if you've ever done anything to that effect, or fix and flips, you're going to calculate your return on investment annually. And I searched for a 12 plus. Right. And I don't know if you listen to Warren Buffett, Warren Buffett was talking about where, you know, some lady came to him. And, you know, she was trying to figure out how to how to invest her money, and it was a lot of money to her, but not to him. And he said, we have any credit cards? And she goes well, yeah. And he goes, we'll pay that off first. Because why would I do that? I'm not making any money. He goes, What are you paying your interest? 18 20% Because I can't make 18%. So I was I don't know how to do that. So get rid of the debt, you know, then I can show you how to make at least 12 to 13. So that's what we all are wanting is get that 12 13%. You're not going to make that in a 30 year fixed, you just aren't. So what we've had we've we've created a way to kind of subsidized by the system. And we've got this Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. And what they did was they created the mortgage backed securities, luminary did that for anybody who watched the The Big Short. And if you haven't actually watch it. I know this is a family family show. So don't let the kids in there when you watch it, but it explains the history of the mortgage back series security, where it came from. And now what you have is now a tradable piece of paper that people keep just trading around. That's where its value is. Its value is in its trade ability in its liquid tradability as well as the fact that it the performance of the note people making the payments on time. That's what makes that's a valuable piece of paper, not to sit and hold it for 30 years. It's not valuable at all, you're losing money on that paper. So that's why I think in the commercial world because they have not had this initiative from the from the government say we need to create housing or we need to create people's businesses, right. They didn't have that initiative. They had the initiative when you create housing, when you give people opportunity to live in a home when you give them the best opportunity and mortgage financing. So they created a 30 year fixed and a 30 year fixed has caught hold and become kind of the gold standard is now the the the Qualified Mortgage, if you will, when you get into anything else. So those where you're not really a qualified loan, you don't have safe harbor from the government or do anything outside of that. So that's about my best guess is you can't get anybody to want to put money up for that long for so cheap and lose it, and just and not make a return is really what it boils down to. They probably just rather own the building. Michael: Yep. Yeah, that makes sense. That makes sense. Aaron, one final question before you before I let you out of here 15 year fixed versus 30 year fixed, you'll often see a pretty big spread on the interest rate. Does it ever make sense? Aaron: We're not seeing as big a spread now as we used to. But here's where I look, it used to be a bigger spread. It's not real big right now, if there is a spread at all. So and one, two reasons we're not seeing as big a spread as we used to, we have a lot of uncertainty in the labor market right now. And as a result, that uncertainty lenders like I don't know, if I want to saddle somebody with a bigger payment, when they may have a an issue with their income in the near future. And if they do have an issue with their income, what is their ability to pay this higher payment versus a 30 year fixed, so we're gonna price it in a way that kind of leads them back to good old fashioned 30 year fixed, because our value in our portfolio is them being able to make their payment. So then when you do compare them side by side, even if it's a lower payment, you can use my, you can't use my calculator, I don't have that feature in this, we will in a future iteration, by run the numbers, when you're paying off a 15 year fixed, even at a three eighths of a percent lower interest rate or even a half, I have found you actually pay more in actual dollars. The reason being you're paying those dollars while they're worth more, rather than stretching out over time when they're worth less, because in 15 years, they're going to be worth a hell of a lot less than they are within the first 15 years. So those who pay that off quick like that, yeah, feels good. You're getting equity in your house and all that kind of stuff. I'm of the mindset pay the 30 year fixed stretch as far as I can take the extra money I would have paid for 15 and reinvested somewhere else. And as a result of being able to do that multiple different properties and compound it that way I'll generate a lot more wealth. Because when you have when you have a home and I tell people if you're gonna buy real estate investments and get those those single families, duplex, triplex, fourplex, you have two jobs, right, you have to pick the right people to work with on the real estate side. And on the lending side to understand what you're trying to do and will guide you not try and lead you to make them money but lead you to make you money, and then pick the right asset to buy the stays reasonably rent it for the entire time you own it, you can raise rents, if you have that, who pays off the mortgage? Michael: The tenants, Aaron: the tenant, so if the tenant pays it off, and it's easy to do the math, guys just take 100,000, let's say it's 100? Well, you have to say it's an 80,000, or only about 100,000, our house with 20%, down, you got an $80,000 loan, you divide that up by 30, which is how many years are taken to pay it off, you'll find that it pays off. They're all they're basically giving you $2,666.67 per year, they're giving that to you, right, and that's what you're paying off the mortgage with? Well, you divide that into your investment, which is the money you invested 20,000 plus a 6000 in closing costs as 26,000 your investments grown by 10.25%, every year, do the math, you figure it out yourself. If they're paying it off, you did your job. And that's all you made was done paying off the loan, you made no more cash flow, you put no more out of your pocket, that's 10.25%, predictable, you still have the tax benefits, you still have the appreciation on the home. So that's before all, all cash flow. So what I tell everybody is let that drag out, it doesn't matter what you do, if you do it on a 15 year note, you're more than likely have to go to your pocket, you're more than likely have to try and maintain that in other ways. And if you're out of a tenant for a month or two, that's really going to hurt your pocket, stretch that thing out. If you really feel like you want to get it paid off 10 years you can all in 15 years, you can always pay a 30 like a 15 You can never pay a 15 like a 30. Michael: Yeah, it's very I always tell people to there you have the optionality with 30 year and that you don't have the 15. Arron: Options or everything. You know, that's all people want is to be able to make a decision for themselves. But when you pitch and you back yourself in the corner, and you're not allowed to decide for yourself, that's when you're frustrated, that's when you get angry, leave yourself out. It's a good business move to leave yourself out. The other thing of it is going back to the to the arms these other stuff, man, we're going off of hope. And hope is not a good business strategy. You need to go off of what you know and stick with what you know and control for long as you possibly can. Michael: Love it. And this is an awesome place to put us pause until our next conversation. Until then, where can people find out more about you reach out to you if they have questions or want to reach out to you for your services? Aaron: Best Places go to AaronChapman.com If you can't find me there because sometimes there are some some browsers don't like it you have to type in Aaron B chapman.com. Just type in Aaron Chapman a Google if you find a bearded redneck lender you found him. Michael: Right on. Right on. Well, hey, thanks a lot, man for hanging out with me and walking us through this really kind of tumultuous time appreciate you. And we'll definitely be chatting again soon. Aaron: It was my pleasure brother. And again, thanks for letting me under to poke some holes in in people's heads out there. Michael: All right, everyone. That was our episode A big thank you to Aaron for coming on and dropping some really interesting Insights for us on where we're headed in the market. As always, if you enjoyed the episode, feel free to leave us a rating or review and we look forward to seeing the next one. Happy investing
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Love: Theme Restaurants Andy gets wonderfully nostalgic this episode as he takes his Love segment to talk about Theme Restaurants. He discusses his own definitions (shorthand: Casa Bonita is a “yes,” Red Lobster is a “no”), his personal connection to some weird and interesting examples, and even tells the story of almost crashing a Star …
Part I of the Rise From The Shadows: Behind the Mask Season 2 Finale is now available at www.theshadowspodcast and https://linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast. (7:10) Caleb Vaden is a Senior Non-Commissioned Officer in the United States Air Force. He's served for 21 years active duty and is the author of Boot Leadership. He kicks off our season finale of Rise From The Shadows with a powerful message of self-refection about Our Dash, Values, Purpose, Legacy, and Being Hard to Kill. He breaks down his Hard to Kill mindset, which is designed to assist with the struggles of everyday life. His message will prepare you psychologically, physically, and emotionally steady for any threat! Caleb Vaden's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caleb-vaden-3165ab53/ (24:35) Brian McComak is back, but this time for the finale of Rise From The Shadows! Brian is the CEO and founder of Hummingbird Humanity and has plenty of experience in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. In this episode, he discusses his experience stepping into corporate America at 24. Brian takes us through his time at the busiest AMC in the World, Walt Disney World's Pleasure Island theatre, followed by Red Lobster. Brian felt he couldn't be authentic and had to be quiet about who he truly was. He talks about his breakthrough moments and how he's now established a framework called the Four Lenses of Representation. If you follow this framework, you and others should see yourself in any organization and not have to hide your true authentic selves. Brian McComak's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bmccomak/ (41:57) Nathan Coy is a Senior Non-Commissioned Officer in the United States Air Force and the founder and host of the Wartime Leadership Podcast. He returns to the Shadows to discuss spiritual resiliency. What does it look like to you? He takes us through his four pillars and how it's impacted his life over the past year. He motivates and inspires us to have difficult conversations with someone that defines spiritual resilience differently than ourselves. Wartime Leadership Podcast: www.wartime-leadership.com (52:51) Finally, we hear from Marisol Ortiz Flores! She's a Non-Commissioned Officer in the United States Air Force. Today she talks to us about her journey to discovering wellness. She is very transparent and vulnerable about the experiences she's encountered. She struggled to establish peach in others when she wasn't even at peace with herself. She did something many of us have been guilty of, becoming a "Master Packer." She talks about the importance of not letting things build up and addressing them head-on through various ways of speaking it out loud. Marisol Ortiz Flores Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marisol.ortizflores.77 Part II of the Rise From The Shadows Finale will be available tomorrow! Also, the Shadows Podcast returns on Monday, September 26, with former University of Georgia Running Back and the #7 overall pick in the 1989 NFL Draft, Tim Worley! Head over to our YouTube channel and make sure you subscribe and hit the notifications icon so that you don't miss any future episodes. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shadows-podcast/support
On today's episode…..Body of Queen Elizabeth being treated like crab legs (00:08:35), Red Lobster under fire from idiots, French Dentists arrested by an all time butt, PNB shot after girlfriend posts location to IG, Russian soldiers are on the run, Prince Andrew gets caught fondling daughter on camera (00:50:55) whales declare war, Chick-Fil-a under fire again, bike path flasher caught, Blue Origin explosion puts space tourism back a few years (01:05:25) Subscribe For Bonus Episodes Every Week: https://anchor.fm/hard-factor/subscribe (00:03:45) - Live Fatathon weigh in with Pat & punishment talk ☕ Cup of Coffee in the Big Time ☕ (00:08:35) - Body of Queen Elizabeth II is on ice and on the move (00:11:45) - Red Lobster & Other great restaurants hate goes viral (00:20:25) - French dentists arrested by cop with an all time butt (00:23:00) - PNB Rock shot at Roscoe' Chicken & Waffles after girlfriend posts to IG with location
We discuss why Nick did not enjoy watching football at Dave B's house, why Emily has a problem with virginity, and a round of Just Chillin Y'all.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
COVID Diez personas que no tenían sus vacunas al día entre las 12 muertes reportadas por Salud. Hay sobre 1,200 casos reportados por Salud en el día de hoy https://www.metro.pr/noticias/2022/09/13/diez-personas-que-no-tenian-sus-vacunas-al-dia-entre-las-12-muertes-reportadas-por-salud/ Salud eliminará requisito de las mascarillas en las escuelas de P. R. “No significa que porque el gobierno flexibilice no significa que se ha acabado el COVID”, dijo Carlos Mellado, secretario de Salud. https://www.metro.pr/noticias/2022/09/13/salud-eliminara-requisito-de-las-mascarillas-en-las-escuelas-de-p-r/ Salud solicita fondos para atender la viruela símica https://www.elvocero.com/gobierno/agencias/salud-solicita-fondos-para-atender-la-viruela-s-mica/article_56615832-3242-11ed-8742-c7ebb18ebcdf.html Limpieza Internacional de Playa Irma Ruiz Presidenta de la Junta de Directores de Scuba Dogs Society https://scubadogssociety.org/ • Scuba Dogs Society es una organización 501(c)3 sin fines de lucro que se dedica a la protección ambiental en Puerto Rico desde el año 1993, cuando se le conocía como Fundación Enrique Martí Coll. En el 2007, se introdujo su actual nombre. Ha sido puntual para lograr cambios de comportamiento social sobre la protección de los recursos mediante proyectos como la Limpieza Internacional de Costas. A través de la acción, educa y compromete a la comunidad para conservar los recursos naturales limpios y saludables. o www.scubadogssociety.org o https://satc17.scubadogssociety.org/legado-quique/ San Juan, Puerto Rico (lunes, 12 de septiembre de 2022) – Miles de voluntarios convocados por la organización sin fines de lucro Scuba Dogs Society (SDS), organizadora oficial de la Limpieza Internacional de Costas en este país caribeño, harán historia el sábado al completar dos décadas ininterrumpidas del evento, a pesar de enfrentar devastadores huracanes, terremotos, sequías y una pandemia. La presidenta de la Junta de Directores de SDS, Irma “Mimi” Ruiz destacó la magnitud del logro de una comunidad comprometida con el ambiente, que por 20 años ha respondido a la convocatoria de Scuba Dogs Society para encaminar cambios hacia una cultura de reducir y reusar que promueva la armonía con la naturaleza. “Todos en Puerto Rico debemos sentirnos orgullosos por el hito que se marcará este sábado. Es evidencia clara de lo que nos define como pueblo, de lo capaces que somos de unirnos por el amor que sentimos por nuestros recursos y por nuestra gente”, apuntó Ruiz. Resaltó que ha sido clave la participación multisectorial compuesta por la fuerza del voluntariado, organizaciones aliadas, el compromiso de las empresas y sobre todo el liderato de las capitanas y los capitanes de costas. “Este sábado vamos a limpiar 200 costas y áreas naturales a lo largo de Puerto Rico uniéndonos a más de 100 países bajo la iniciativa de Ocean Conservancy. Destacamos la importancia de inscribirse en www.scubadogssociety.org para tener registro de la participación a nivel internacional”, expresó Ruiz. Datos estadísticos de 19 años de la Limpieza Internacional de Costas Ana Trujillo, pasada directora ejecutiva y gerente de proyectos de SDS, indicó que la participación de los ciudadanos ha sido clave en la generación de la base de datos de desperdicios removidos en los cuerpos de agua de Puerto Rico. “Son 19 años de ciencia ciudadana ininterrumpida”, puntualizó. Del análisis de los datos resalta que: • en 11 de los 19 años, Puerto Rico ha estado entre los primeros 20 países con mayor participación de voluntarios y en la mayoría de las ocasiones el número uno a nivel per cápita. • la cifra de voluntarios aumenta mientras el peso de los desperdicios removidos disminuye. Del año 2002 al 2021 han participado 182,370 voluntarios y se han removido casi 3 millones de libras de desechos (2,901,221.36) (ver tabla adjunto) • el peso promedio de la basura por voluntario ha disminuido gradualmente hasta llegar al nivel más bajo de 9.98 libras por voluntario, en el 2021. • Entre el 2008 y el 2021 se ha integrado a 71 municipios que han participado en la Limpieza Internacional de Costas, 37 de ellos por más de 10 años • se ha identificado con datos fehacientes que de los 15 desperdicios más frecuentes removidos entre 2008 y 2021, 11 provienen de los plásticos, aunque históricamente las colillas de cigarrillos han sido el más común. “No existe mejor educación que a través de la acción. Movilizar a todos los segmentos de la comunidad puertorriqueña consistentemente por 20 años seguidos ha logrado una transformación real de comportamiento que hemos podido evidenciar con datos como estos. Aún falta, por supuesto, pero hoy nos corresponde celebrar este gran logro a favor de nuestra convivencia en armonía con la naturaleza”, afirmó, por su parte, Alberto Martí, cofundador de SDS e integrante de la Junta de Directores. Mensaje de Ocean Conservancy: “Ocean Conservancy se complace en celebrar los 20 años de la International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) en alianza con Scuba Dogs Society en Puerto Rico”, dijo Nick Mallos, vicepresidente de plásticos oceánicos de Ocean Conservancy. “La ICC simplemente no sería posible sin el trabajo de cientos de increíbles organizaciones asociadas en todo el mundo que organizan limpiezas locales y recopilan datos. Desde 1986, el ICC ha movilizado a más de 17 millones de voluntarios para eliminar casi 350 millones de libras de basura de las playas y vías fluviales de todo el mundo; y socios firmes como Scuba Dogs Society son una gran parte de este éxito. Esperamos otros 20 años de limpieza y comunidad”. ¿Cómo registrarse? Ruiz recalcó que aún hay áreas que cuentan con capitanes, pero necesitan voluntarios para la limpieza. Exhortó a individuos, familias y grupos a visitar www.scubadogssociety.org para registrarse. Para más información, pueden comunicarse al centro de llamadas de Fondos Unidos: 2-1-1 o acudir a uno de los dos Centros de la Comunidad que ubican en el primer nivel de Plaza Las Américas, antiguo local de First Bank (frente a Red Lobster), en San Juan, y en Plaza del Caribe, en Ponce. El horario de operación será lunes a sábado de 10:00 AM a 8:00 PM. Quienes no puedan asistir a alguna de las limpiezas, también pueden sumarse al #VeinteTú adquiriendo la camiseta conmemorativa del evento en los Centros de la Comunidad y enviando sus donativos a través de ATH Móvil/scubadogssociety o PayPal. La Limpieza Internacional de Costas (#ICC2022) cuenta con el auspicio de: Access All Services, AMGEN, Banco Popular, Bio Strong, Coca-Cola, Colgate-Palmolive Puerto Rico, Compañía de Turismo de Puerto Rico, Cooperativa de Seguros Múltiples, Cummins, Destilería Serrallés, DDB Latina, DRNA, Ecoeléctrica, Econo, El Nuevo Día, First Bank, Fundación Liberty, Magic 97.3, Medtronic, Mc Donald's, Motorambar – KIA, Ocean Conservancy, Para La Naturaleza, Plaza Del Caribe, Plaza Las Américas, Scuba Dogs, T-Mobile y United Way PR, y la colaboración de Fairmont El San Juan Hotel, Gustos Coffee, Lab Warehouse, Unidad de Vectores. Violencia de Género, una perspectiva sociopersonal en El Candil Profesor Edwin Cruz Díaz • Colectivo Ideologías y Vivencias de los Géneros
Dear Pennies & Pallers, This week we are joined by two of our MOST special guests, Jordan and Lauren Scovel! Letter one comes from Dale, who reflects on questionable behavior by his younger self. Letter two is from our pal Kameron who wants to know how we like our meat. We also talk serving papers, smoking leaves, Red Lobster, and more! We wish you well, sincerely, Your Pen Pals Daniel Van Kirk and Rory Scovel
This week on the pod, Chef sits down with the host of "Who's On Content?!" and marketing guru, EJ James, on a special podcast swap. The excitement and knowledge flow through the room in this episode. They discuss EJ's upbringing in PG County, Maryland, from graduation parties at Red Lobster to burning his eyes from the Old Bay seasoning on his grandma's shrimp. Also, EJ and Chef take a trip down memory lane while connecting over being young and broke in NY. An entertaining and insightful episode.
On this very fun episode, we're joined by Jack and Nate VanDerPol of the band Viper Club (@viperclubband) for a chat about the most pretentious fruits, I Think You Should Leave, mom impressions, behind-the-scenes of music videos, tow truck driver hijinks, and more! Follow us on Twitter at @leightonnight and on Instagram at @leighton_night. You can find Brian on Twitter/Instagram at @bwecht, and Leighton at @graylish (Twitter)/@buttchamps (Instagram).
James Michael is a musician, songwriter and music producer. He is best known for being the singer of Sixx AM, and he also has made music as a solo artist. He has a new solo record coming out in September that he performs all the instruments on. We discuss the new record along with the history and future of Sixx A.M., his musical inspirations, songwriting and more! 0:00:00 -Intro0:00:53 - Interviews & People0:01:37 - Early Beginnings 0:03:50 - The Last Americans 0:05:02 - Red Lobster & Early Music Career 0:09:04 - Competitive Business & Luck 0:10:58 - First Record Deal & Meeting Nikki Sixx 0:13:00 - Thoughts of Quitting & Hyper-focused 0:16:20 - Sixx A.M. Formation0:25:50 - Success of Sixx A.M. & Nikki Sixx 0:27:45 - Getting Along as a Band 0:29:33 - Dealing with Fame & Rockstar Perception 0:37:20 - Fan Perception & Personal Privacy 0:40:35 - Deep Conversations with Nikki & D.J. 0:41:30 - Inspiration For Music 0:43:35 - Songwriting & Modern Vintage 0:48:03 - Drummer for Band & Future of Sixx A.M. 0:51:07 - New Solo Record in September 0:53:28 - Record Labels & Business Side0:56:30 - Listening to Music 0:59:40 - Retaliators Soundtrack 1:00:48 - Social Media 1:03:12 - Animal Charity 1:04:00 - Solo Album & Promotion 1:05:00 - Down to Earth Musicians 1:07:48 - Outro James Michael website:https://www.jamesmichaelmedia.comThe Humane Society website:https://www.humanesociety.orgChuck Shute website:http://chuckshute.comSupport the show
In this season's finale, we've been saving the best for last!!! Kristen & Erika love reality television, celebrity news, and gossip — so we finally combined our favorite topics of all time to discuss the intersection of the childfree lifestyle and celebrities. This episode is all about childfree icons and the pressures of having children as seen in pop culture. To enjoy a nice sit down dinner, visit your local Red Lobster. To play along with the Parenting Simulator, download the app here. Here's a comprehensive list of every article we referenced during our conversation: https://www.harpersbazaar.com/uk/celebrities/news/g21965029/11-celebrities-on-not-having-children/ https://www.reddit.com/r/childfree/comments/w36tp5/who_are_your_favorite_childfree_celebrities/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf https://www.wellesley.edu/news/2014/04/node/41168 https://screenrant.com/best-tv-shows-about-married-couples-without-children/amp/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dinky-podcast/support
Episode 2177 - On this Saturday's show, Vinnie Tortorich welcomes Jen Mendyka whose story is a success-in-progress, and they chat about her current weight loss, health improvements, the food pyramid, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2022/08/success-progress-episode-2177 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS SUCCESS-IN-PROGRESS Vinnie welcomes Jen to the show and lets her know what a great inspiration she's been to him and others. (1:30) Vinnie asks Jen for her backstory on how she discovered NSNG®. (1:50) Jen discovered Vinnie in a roundabout way and it took her a while to actually start. She was interested in helping her T2D husband. They chat about what some of her mindset had been growing up and what motivated her to finally really dial things in. (6:20) She has lost 50 lbs in 3 months! Jen is a success-in-progress and shared her "before/during" on Twitter. They also chat about the effects of certain foods like seed oils. (17:00) Vinnie tells a little story about a visit to Red Lobster. They then discuss the unfortunate mess that is called the Food Pyramid and the negative effects it's had on society. (21:15) Vinnie wants Jen to keep checking in with her progress! [the_ad id="20253"] PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched on January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes): Then, Share this link with friends, too! It's also now available on Amazon (the USA only for now)! Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!
It's Friday, August 26th, A.D. 2022. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. By Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com) Two teen siblings died in Myanmar military attack Ever since the February 2021 coup that deposed Myanmar's democratically elected government, the ruling military junta has instated a reign of terror for the country's religious minorities, reports International Christian Concern. The military, which has a strong Buddhist nationalist agenda, regularly targets Chin state, which is majority-Christian, in its efforts to maintain control of the country. The most recently reported attack took place on August 14. The military abducted five people, including two teenagers, after burning down at least fifteen homes in Haimual village. Tragically, two siblings, aged 17 and 15, died during the attack. Chin state lies just across the border from India. Consequently, 200 residents of Chin state crossed into India in the last few days due to the destruction of their homes and livelihoods by the Burmese military. Myanmar is the 12th most violent country worldwide for Christians. Pro-abortion Democrats are re-engaged The god Molech would be proud. Passion about child sacrifice through abortion among Democrats has fueled a stunning turnaround in Democrats' midterm fortunes, reports Axios.com. The inflation slowdown and lower gas prices also are big factors. But officials in both parties say that the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has animated Democratic engagement like no other issue since President Trump left office. It became a reset for a party that was previously defensive and disillusioned. Seventy-five days from election day, Democrats now have a good chance of keeping the Senate. And the GOP is likely to only enjoy a narrow win in the House. Pastor chastises church for not giving him expensive watch Pastor Carlton Funderburke of Church at the Well in Kansas City, Missouri chastised his congregation on August 7th for not giving him an expensive, designer watch last year, reports the Kansas City Star. A 56-second video clip of his sermon, which was shared on TikTok, went viral. Listen. FUNDERBURKE: “That's how I know you're still poor, broke, busted and disgusted, because of how you've been honoring me. I'm not worth your McDonald's money? I'm not worth your Red Lobster money? You all can't afford it nohow. I ain't worth y'alsl Louis Vuitton? I ain't worth your Prada? I'm not worth your Gucci?” Pastor Funderburke wasn't done chastising those in the pew for refusing to buy a Movado watch which retails between $320 and $1,300. FUNDERBURKE: “I'm saying this because I want you to understand just what God is saying! You can buy a Movado watch in Sam's [Club]. And y'all know I asked for one last year! Here it is the whole way in August, I still ain't got it! Y'all ain't said nothing. Let me kick down the door and talk to my cheap sons and daughters.” In light of the viral video, he subsequently offered this restrained video apology. FUNDERBURKE: “Though there is context behind the content of the clip, no context will suffice to explain the hurt and anguish caused by my words. No context could erase the words I used. I've spoken to those I am accountable to and have received their correction and instruction. “I have also privately apologized to our church. I apologize to all who have been hurt, angered, or in any way damaged by my words. The zeal of any presentation must be tempered with love and respect. And that was not displayed.” Pastor Funderburke should re-examine 1 Timothy 3:1-3. It says, “If anyone aspires to the office of overseer, he desires a noble task. Therefore, an overseer must be above reproach, … self-controlled, respectable, … able to teach, … not quarrelsome, not a lover of money.” Texas homosexual “Log Cabin Republicans” group admits defeat On July 24, the Texas Tribune, a prominent left-wing newspaper, published a banner article entitled “We failed”: Gay Republicans who fought for acceptance in Texas GOP see little progress.” The article described how the Texas branch of the Log Cabin Republican organization, which pushes homosexual and transgender issues into GOP, was now admitting defeat in Texas. But what was the tipping point? At the 2022 GOP Convention held in Houston on June 16-18, Texas MassResistance delegates Tracy Shannon and Kevin Whitt were vocal and determined. They insisted that the strongly worded language regarding homosexual behavior, which had been dropped from the state party platform in 2018, be re-inserted. It said, "Homosexual behavior is contrary to the fundamental truths that have been ordained by God in the Bible." The Platform Chairman finally agreed to submit a different but powerful statement for a vote by the Platform Committee. It said, “Homosexuality is an abnormal lifestyle choice.” The debate on that plank was quite animated. A homosexual Platform Committee member and other like-minded people in the room vigorously objected to it. But the Christian conservatives did not back down an inch. The homosexuals were unsuccessful – and the Christians were persuasive. The Platform Committee voted 17-14 in favor. The line was added on page 22 of the Texas Republican Party Platform. Leviticus 18:22 says, “You shall not lie with a male as with a woman; it is an abomination.” Six high school football players rescue injured woman And finally, after a Georgian woman was in a bad car accident and unable to get out of her mangled vehicle, God sent the perfect rescue team. Six muscular high school football players, who were driving to school at that point, sprang into action when she needed help, reports GoodNewsNetwork.org. Together they leant their strength to pry open the jammed door of the woman's wrecked car, which allowed the rescuers to access the badly injured driver. Treyvon Adams, age 16, said, “We just ran as fast we could to the lady and check on her to see if she was alright. We were seeing she was in pain, she was screaming and asking us to help her. We used all our muscles.” In a post on Twitter, the school's football team wrote, “PROUD of our MEN!” Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Friday, August 26th, in the year of our Lord 2022. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
‘World's most extravagant' vibrator among stolen items in Texas sex shop heist A naughty trio swiped more than $58,000 worth of sex toys from a Texas shop — including “the world's most extravagant” Swarovski crystal-encrusted vibrator, according to the store. The racy, broad-daylight heist happened June 30 at Sexology Institute in San Antonio, with surveillance video catching the creeps breaking into the front door, then filling bags with sex toys, lubricants and lingerie before bolting in a truck. “We came in to empty racks,” Sexology Institute manager Jasper St. James told the San Antonio Express News. “They took the world's most extravagant vibrator and they were done.” The fancy pleasure toy valued at $10,000 was a favorite among customers, who'd take pictures with it, St. James told the paper. The thieves — who took nearly everything in the store, including the cash register, according to St. James — have not yet been nailed. The only items left behind were books and LGBTQ merchandise. The store was forced to close its brick-and-mortar and online shops in order to restock. “We feel incredibly violated and our hearts are broken,” the shop wrote on Instagram. “As a small business this loss not only impacts us financially but emotionally as well. We know it will get better but even re-watching the videos of what happened makes us so anxiety-ridden. We are so glad no one was hurt and we completely understand things could have been worse, but it's still awful.” Donations helped the store reopen its location in San Antonio's King William neighborhood. “Unfortunately, the men are wearing masks, gloves, and there are no clear identifiers,” the Sexology Institute said in a post. “The truck seems to be a 2006 black-primed Chevy Silverado. If y'all recognize these men, the truck, or see any of our stolen items on Facebook Marketplace or local flea markets, please let us know.” Texas man John Birdwell charged for allegedly headbutting father-in-law to death in bar A Texas man is facing charges for allegedly killing his father-in-law by headbutting him at a local bar. According to the incident report, the Fort Worth Police Department was called to Woody's Tavern at approximately midnight after a fight broke out between John Birdwell, 38, and Robert Bearden, 66. Birdwell was talking to his wife's father at the bar about his troubled marriage and Bearden was trying to convince his son-in-law to sign divorce papers. Birdwell suddenly lost control and allegedly grabbed his father-in-law's head and headbutted him three times, according to a police affidavit obtained by Fox 4. The assault continued until both men fell to the ground, Bearden unconscious from the attack. Other bar patrons were forced to pull Birdwell away, the affidavit states. Birdwell fled the scene after the attack. Bearden was taken to the hospital where he later died from his injuries. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office said the cause of death was blunt head trauma. Birdwell is being held in the Tarrant County jail on a $75,000 bond. Records show Bearden was a veterinarian at VCA Mercedes Place Animal Hospital in Benbrook, Texas. Oklahoma woman Rachael Zion Clay slips out of cuffs, shoots cop Oklahoma authorities have released wild dash and bodycam video that shows a handcuffed woman retrieving a police rifle and firing it out of the back of a patrol car – striking a civilian and a deputy. The Grady County Sheriff's Office responded to a wellness check at a home in Blanchard just before noon on Aug. 12. Deputies took a woman into custody, placed her in handcuffs and into the back of a marked SUV. Video taken inside the vehicle shows her squirming in the backseat, slipping one hand out of her cuffs and fishing out the rifle. She loads it, aims out the window and begins firing. Officers' bodycams recorded the civilian getting shot in the chest. A deputy also suffered a minor injury when a bullet grazed his head, according to authorities. The victims scrambled to take cover behind another law enforcement vehicle as they called in the incident. The wounded man's son was also nearby and is seen running over and assisting with first aid as officers call for backup and an ambulance. Both victims were hospitalized with injuries that were not considered life-threatening, according to authorities. Police initially described the encounter as a barricade situation and eventually the suspect, Rachael Zion Clay, surrendered to authorities. Jail records show she is being held at the Grady County jail on $1 million bond and a charge of “shooting with intent to kill.” Off-campus UC Berkeley student housing bans white people from common areas An off-campus housing co-op for University of California, Berkeley students bans white people from entering common spaces to “avoid white violence” — sparking criticism that the policy inflames racial tensions. The five-story, 30-room “Person of Color Theme House” near the school requires students to declare their race when signing in and to announce when they're bringing white guests in to the building, according to house rules leaked on Reddit.com. “Many POC moved here to be able to avoid white violence and presence, so respect their decision of avoidance if you bring white guests,” the rules declare. “White guests are not allowed in common spaces.” Woman charged for killing fellow panhandler with stake over turf war A woman killed a fellow panhandler while they fought over turf along a Chicago expressway last Friday. Mary Normand, 26, and Eriberto Hernandez, 47, had “ongoing issues” about panhandling on the southbound Edens Expressway exit ramp at Wilson Avenue, Assistant State's Attorney Danny Hanichak said during a bail hearing on Monday afternoon. At 2:45 p.m. on Friday, Normand accused Hernandez of panhandling in her territory. The disagreement quickly turned physical. Normand repeatedly struck Hernandez with a 3-foot-long metal stake and then pushed him under a moving box truck, Hanichak said. After Hernandez was run over by the truck, Normand continued to repeatedly beat him with the stake while he cried for help and attempted to defend himself with his hands. Hernandez was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, he did not survive the assault. The Cook County medical examiner ruled the death as a homicide. Despite panhandling in the same area as Hernandez, Normand is not homeless, Assistant Public Defender Jennifer Hodel said. Normand lives with her fiancé and has been working at real estate company for the last three years, Hodel said. Normand ran away from the scene but returned almost five hours later and was arrested, according to Fox 5. Normand was ordered held without bail on a count of first-degree murder by Judge Maryam Ahmad. False prophet' pastor berates congregation for not buying him pricey new watch Time for a new preacher! A Missouri pastor was caught on camera berating his “broke” congregation for failing to buy him an expensive Movado watch — sparking criticism that he wants to make a profit, not be a prophet. Pastor Carlton Funderburke of the Church at the Well in Kansas City was giving a fiery sermon about “honoring God's shepherds” when he scolded his followers for being too poor to give him the pricey timepiece he'd requested, according to now-viral TikTok footage. “See that's how I know you still poor, broke, busted, and disgusted because of how you've been honoring me,” Funderburke said during the speech on Aug. 7. “I'm not worth your McDonald's money? I'm not worth your Red Lobster money? I ain't worth your St. John's knit? Y'all can't afford it no-how,” he continues in the clip, as some church-goers amazingly respond with encouragement. “I ain't worth your Louis Vuitton? I ain't worth your Prada? I'm not worth your Gucci?” Funderburke, who founded the church with his wife, then tears into his flock for failing to understand what “God is saying” about how to treat those who deliver his message. ‘”Ooh, you can buy a Movado [watch] at Sam's [Club] and you know I asked for one last year. And here it is all the way in August and I still ain't got it,” he says of the watch, which ranges in price from roughly $300 to $3,000. “Let me kick down the door and talk to my cheap sons and daughters.” Observers called him a “false prophet” and said he's spinning the word of God for his own material gain. Funderburke later apologized, saying the “video clip does not reflect my heart or my sentiment toward God's people.” “Though there is context behind the content of the clip, no context will suffice to explain the hurt and anguish caused by my words,” Funderburke says in a video posted to the church's YouTube page. “I have also privately apologized to our church, who has extended their love and support to me.”
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