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Kate Dalley Radio
051922 SHORT 14 MIN Ghosts In Machines Army Ad Yikes Small Pox NEW

Kate Dalley Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 17:53


051922 SHORT 14 MIN Ghosts In Machines Army Ad Yikes Small Pox NEW by Kate Dalley

Future Bachelor
Episode 215 | “Random Civilians”

Future Bachelor

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 40:29


Si & Veronica are back to the Future Bachelor for episode 215! Paradise will be coming back this fall when we are missing the sweet sunshine. Jesse Palmer will be the host and Wells Adams will be back as the bartender/therapist. Tayshia is out here trying to have a hot girl summer but everyone is shipping her with former contestants, like Dale Moss, or fellow reality stars, like Austen Kroll of Southern Charm. Mari is back on the pageant circuit but is also talking about the stigma surrounding pageants. Bachelor Nation royalty JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers finally tied the knot this past week with some star-studded guests.  (Bachelor talk ends at time marker 18m:29s) It was a big week for reality star weddings with Stassi Schroeder of Vanderpump Rules, Hannah Berner of Summer House, and Kravis all getting married. Sports Illustrated is back with its illustrious Swimsuit Issue and the cover stars don't disappoint. Kim Kardashian, Maye Musk (Elon's mom), Yumi Nu, and Ciara will grace the covers this year. In sad news, Britney Spears and her fiance Sam suffered a miscarriage this past week. The BBMAs were this past weekend with Drake, Olivia Rodrigo, BTS, and Doja Cat racking up the awards. Vee went “Yikes!” to Megan Thee Stallion's off-the-wall “date,” Cara Delevingne and her many strange faces and behaviors. We are guessing that Cara had more in her system than just good vibes… Join us for what is always a good time and leave us a rating and review for a shoutout! Follow us @thefuturebachelor on Instagram! Thanks to you all who have subscribed! -- For fun, great music updated weekly, follow FUTURE BACHELOR on Spotify!   ***SLAPPER OF THE WEEK*** "die in california" by Machine Gun Kelly, Gunna, Young Thug, Landon Barker -- Follow us on Instagram!

McNeil & Parkins Show
White Sox's Tim Anderson, Ozzie Guillen get into it on Twitter (Hour 1)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 19:21


You see Tim Anderson and Ozzie Guillen get into it on Twitter on Tuesday night? Ozzie took the opportunity to proclaim there's no reason that Tim, at 28 years old, shouldn't be playing every single day. Tim didn't like that and told Ozzie to “shut the fuck up." Yikes!

Impact Radio USA
"Dr. Paul's Family Talk" (5-18-22)

Impact Radio USA

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 59:59


NOW YOU CAN CLICK ON THE TIMELINE TO FIND YOUR FAVORITE SEGMENT(S) OR LISTEN TO THE WHOLE SHOW! Please check out our full radio show, or snippets contained within, from Wednesday, May 18, 2022, wherein we discussed: 0:00 - Hello, Introduction, Update, and Today's Show Details 2:32 - Another NO SHOW! 14:28 - "Arrogant Al" Enters The Fray! A Discussion on VALUE 16:59 - NBA Draft Lottery, Sports Lotteries in General, an Bob Lanier 23:07 - From Running to Walking! 26:07 - Are We Being Tracked? YIKES! 29:27 - Profound Elvis Interview 31:40 - Jesus, the Show, and the Beach 33:08 - Classic LIVE SINGING Segment, wherein the CHO Singing Group, featuring "Cannabis Carl", "Hicksville Harry", an "Operatic Olivier" came in to sing "Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes", by Edison Lighthouse. As Al always says, what could possibly go wrong? 52:37 - Southern Manners or All As a reminder, you can catch all of our live shows on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 11:00 am (ET) on "Impact Radio USA", through the following site: http://www.ImpactRadioUSA.com (click on LISTEN NOW) (NOTE: Each live show is also repeated at 2:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m., and 11:00 p.m. ET on the same day) Enjoy!

Real Estate Coaching Radio
Real Estate Coaching | 14 Shifting Market Rules (2)

Real Estate Coaching Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 37:06


Todays show is part 2 of, 14 Rules for the Shifting Market Don't overreact! The market is shifting, not crashing. Knowledge = Confidence and Ignorance = Fear. If you expect buyers and sellers to transact with you, you must be educated, motivated and proactive. 5 - If the seller HAS TO sell, you have to take the listing. Don't lose it over being adamant about your price. The market still has enough demand that you MAY be able to achieve the seller's higher price (within reason!).  6 - Brush off your price reduction scripts...wait, what? You don't have any because you've never needed them? Yikes! Yes, it is possible in today's market to actually overprice a listing and have it sit on the market. This is called 'aspirational pricing' and is the #1 reason we see expireds every day. Don't let it happen to you!  7 - Always speak to the listing agent when you're representing buyers. Find out what's most important to the sellers. Other than price, what will make your buyers THE buyers? The buyers who are still in the market after higher rates are more serious and probably more qualified. Assume you'll still be competing for most of the time. Reminder, you promised yourself you would become a HARRIS Coaching client. You are done wasting time and ready to follow a proven path. Now, while you are here make the next natural step and join the 1000s of other agents as a HARRIS Real Estate University coaching member. No more waiting or procrastinating. Join now. Here is the quick and simple enrollment.—-> YES, Enroll Me Now In Premier Coaching. I WILL make NOW my best year ever!  8 - Expect more appraisal issues. Yes, you can still negotiate appraisal gap clauses, but you need to be even more careful that the buyer can handle the difference. Expect the gap to get bigger as the market shifts. Lenders are already tightening their requirements. 9 - Expect buyers to be more and more nervous. This will manifest in a shift toward their negotiating power if there are fewer offers on the same property. Inspections will start to matter again. Free seller leasebacks may dry up.   Quiz:  Please choose one answer: 1) I am ready to join EXP Realty.  2) I am interested in EXP Realty and need more info.  3) I am not interested in EXP Realty.  Key: * If you answered “#1” congratulations. You are about to join the fastest-growing real estate company in the world. Tim and Julie Harris are inviting you to join them at EXP Realty. Text Tim directly for the next steps: 512-758-0206. (text only please) * If you answered “#2” please watch the videos and check out the other intel on this site. http://whylibertas.com/harris .  * If you answered ‘#3' no worries. You will want to check out whylibertas.com/harris so you can at least know what EXP Realty is and why so many agents are moving to EXP.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

You Were Made for This
158: What's On Your Mind?

You Were Made for This

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 15:49


Asking people “what's on your mind?,” helps others go beyond sharing news of the superficial events in their life. It deepens relationships. Listen in to learn how. My wife Janet and I have been meeting on and off with a church group of small group leaders. We began meeting just as the Covid pandemic was getting underway in 2020, so our meetings have been more off than on. In a more recent meeting, the group wanted to talk about how can we get people to open up and talk about deeper things going on in their lives? I suggested one question they could ask that I found works in getting people to talk more openly about what's going on within them. It's a question that works equally well in small groups or in a one-on-one conversation. It's a good listening tool, and is the subject of today's episode A good listening tool The question I suggested is this: What's on your mind lately? I don't want to say a lot about this question right now, because I plan to talk in another episode about the back story to this simple question and why it is so effective in getting people to open up. Instead, for our time together today, I want to show how the what's been on your mind? question works. Asking this question usually draws people out to share the deeper things going on in their lives, rather than simply talking about the past week's news as so often happens. While the question is effective in groups and in individual conversations, it also works when we answer the question alone by ourself. It serves to give clarity to what we're experiencing, and a measure of peace as we organize our thoughts and feelings. It's like reorganizing what's in our kitchen cabinets for easier access. To demonstrate, I'm going to answer myself the question, what's on your mind? I encourage you to do the same thing but to write your answers down. That's what I've done. Bullet points or short phrases will do just fine. A Facebook Memory To get started, here's one thing that's on my mind. A Facebook memory I wrote 9 years ago popped up on my computer screen early this morning. Here's what I said back then: “Watching 3 of the grands for a few days. Getting off the bus this afternoon they ran into the house, talking all at once about the fun things they did at school today. Their joy was like the brief moments of sunshine we've had in our otherwise cold, drab, and rainy week. We don't need to turn on the lights. They are enough.” Then this morning I added a Facebook comment to my memory from 2013: The weather's the same today and so are they. Only difference is they're old enough to drive the bus. What's on my mind is how remarkable it is that they still light up my life after the various stages of development each of them has gone through these past nine years. Janet and I have enjoyed every stage of their still-young lives. We still don't need to turn on the lights when they come over. Their light is still enough. We are so blessed that they still want to spend time with us. Answer no. 2 to What's on your mind? Another thing on my mind is these two people, Graham Zale and Ford Schilz. Who are they, you wonder? US Ambassador to Argentina? Pitcher for the New York Yankees? President of IBM? Not yet. Not yet. Graham Zale and Ford Schilz are both babies born to two of my nieces on the same day this year, April 2, 2022. I'm proud of my nieces and their husbands for giving their children, bold strong names that will serve them well into their 80s after they've made their mark in the world. And I'm so happy these boys held off their birth to April 2nd. Imagine the challenge they would have faced had they been born one day earlier. Yikes! They certainly dodged a bullet. So here's to you, Graham Damion Zale and Ford Wyatt Schilz. May you live strong, productive lives in keeping with your names. May your lives finish as well as they've started. Third item on my What's on your mind? list The next thing that's been on my mind is an email I received the other day from Billy, one of my missionary friends. He writes: Good Morning, John and Janet! I wanted to share this picture with you – it's a picture of Will [their 7-year-old son] intently listening to episode #153 of You Were Made for This. He and I both learned to have the ‘ORA' of God's character recognizing and fulfilling others' needs. A message we needed to hear this morning. God Bless you both, we miss you. The “ORA” Billy referred to is Observe-Reflect-Act, that model of relating we've been talking about in this podcast. The photo Billy sent is the one at the top of the show notes for this episode. I talked to Billy about this later and he said his son was glued to the screen of their iPad for the full 10-11 minute length of the episode, listening to my voice speak about what some people in Poland and Romania are doing to care for refugees from Ukraine. Photos tell a story The two photos I showed in the show notes for that episode apparently got his attention: the baby strollers at the train station in Poland and the colorful stuffed toy animals on that grey bridge at the Ukraine/Romania border. What a tender heart that little boy has, I thought, when I first saw the photo of him. Billy's email and photo of Will are still on my mind, making me think how sometimes we sell our children short. That they are capable of more than we give them credit for. Most 7-year-olds are not as sensitive as Will. But they are capable of being so. They can learn to reflect the character of God in their own unique way, just as their parents can. Parents can teach them by being examples themselves. An encouraging email from a missionary parent I can also answer the what's on your mind question by talking about an email I got from another listener to our podcast that is similar to the one I received from my friend Billy. It comes from a listener in Iowa who happens to be the parent of a missionary serving in eastern Europe. She writes: Hi John, I shared your podcast from last Wednesday with the wife of the man who leads our small group at The Mission Church.  She leads a girls Bible study at a ministry in Des Moines called Freedom for Youth.  It is a wonderful ministry (you can google it) to help kids succeed in life. They have help for kids with school work, teach some trade skills and encourage kids of all ages.  She enjoyed your podcast and is using some of the ideas with her girls tonight.  Thought you might like to know. I found this email encouraging on two levels. One is that this Iowa listener thought enough of the podcast to refer it to her friend with the kids' ministry. And secondly, that her friend is using some of the things we talk about on the podcast with the girls she works with. I so appreciate that some people recognize teaching children about relationship principles is important. Encouraging emails like these last two have been on my mind lately, and I am grateful for them. Listening is a relational journey Something else on my mind I've been thinking about is a comment another listener shared with me recently. It was the day Episode 154 aired, “How to Listen Like a Hostage Negotiator.” In his email he writes, John, Thank you again so very much for these podcasts!  Even though I don't often respond, I want to say that Karen and I listen regularly to these podcasts.  They are such gentle, weekly reminders of one powerful truth that I know I need to be reminded of regularly... to LISTEN! Our pastor said at Mia's funeral… I need to stop here for a second. Mia is his granddaughter who was stillborn a few months ago. I talk about it in episode 148, “What Not to Say When Bad Things Happen to Good People,” Back to my friend's email. He continues, Our pastor said at Mia's funeral that grief is not a problem to be solved, but a journey to be traveled. That's what I think about listening... it is not a one-and-done practice to conquer... it is a journey to be traveled over a lifetime. Thanks, John, for this weekly reminder of such a critical part of our relational journey with others! I love that phrase, listening is not a one-and-done practice to conquer. It is a journey to be traveled over a lifetime. That thought has been on my mind lately because it gives hope to those of us who struggle with listening. You can listen to a podcast while doing something else There are other things I've been thinking about and are on my mind, but I'll end with just one more. It comes from a listener who emailed me with this thought after listening to a recent episode, I listened this morning while folding laundry - always encouraging and your soothing voice is a great start to the day! Well, that just made me smile picturing her folding laundry while listening to the podcast. That's the wonderful thing about podcasts I've talked about before. You can be doing other things while you listen. Walk the dog, wait in line to pick your kids up from school, drive to work, wait in line at the grocery store, and… while you're folding laundry. All things you can do while listening to a podcast. If you're doing brain surgery, however, save the podcast til later. Or watch one of those how-to YouTube videos instead. So what does all this mean for YOU? Several things, first, what is on your mind? What have you been thinking about lately? What are the things keeping you up at night? Is there anything you wonder about? The challenges or stresses you are facing. The things you're grateful for. What are you looking forward to? Don't dig into your psyche, instead consider top-of-mind issues. Then write them down. You just need to get your thoughts out of your head and onto a piece of paper. In looking at my answers, I see a lot of positive things that have been on my mind. That's often not the case, but when it is I feel blessed. I hope you'll feel the same way when you give your answers to what's on your mind? Secondly, try asking people in your life, this same question and see what happens. Start conversations with it and see where it takes you. My hunch is what's on your mind? will take you both deeper than just sharing about the events that have happened since you last talked. Here's the main takeaway I hope you remember from today's episode Asking people in a group, or individually, “what's on your mind,” helps others go deeper than sharing news of the superficial events in our life. I'd love to hear how this goes for you. Closing In closing, I hope your thinking was stimulated by today's show, enough to put into practice what you've just heard about asking people what's on their mind. For when you do, it will help you experience the joy of relationships God intends for us. Because after all, You Were Made for This. Well, that's it for today. In the meantime, spread a little relational sunshine with the people you meet this week. Create some joy. And I'll see you again next time. Goodbye for now. Related episodes you may want to listen to 153: Two Stories of How to Reflect the Character of God 148: What Not to Say When Bad Things Happen to Good People 139: Why Should I Listen to This Podcast? Our Sponsor You Were Made for This is sponsored by Caring for Others, a missionary care ministry. We are supported by the generosity of people like you to continue this weekly podcast and other services we provide to missionaries around the world.

Locked On Blazers – Daily Podcast On The Portland Trail Blazers
Portland Trail Blazers get the 7th pick in the NBA draft. Should they Keep It, Trade Back or Trade Out?

Locked On Blazers – Daily Podcast On The Portland Trail Blazers

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 30:54


The Portland Trail Blazers dropped one spot in the 2022 NBA Draft Lottery to lan the 7th overall selection. It was a deflating night at the end of a disaster season. Yikes. So what do they do now? Should they keep the pick? If they do, targets could include Baylor's Jeremy Sochan or Arizona's Bennedict Mathurin. Should they attempt to trade back and drop in the draft while adding another player? Or should they just try to swap the pick for an impactful veteran? One of these is the wrong path, but certainly all of them are on the board. After a walk through the Blazers options, we look back at the history of the seventh pick in the NBA draft to get a sense of what expectations for this draft slot should be. Music for Locked On Blazers by Drae Slapz. Find more of Drae's work here: https://ffm.bio/thedraeslapz Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tige and Daniel To Go
Tige And Daniel-May 17, 2022

Tige and Daniel To Go

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 37:15


We talk to a high school senior who is about the graduate and he is also engaged. Then his fiancé's dad called us! Yikes. Plus drink prices at PGA Tour in Tulsa this weekend are going viral.

Women in WP | WordPress Podcast
084: Tracy Levesque,  First woman and Queer-Owned VIP Agency Partner

Women in WP | WordPress Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 41:25


This episode is sponsored by Ninja Forms About Tracy Levesque: Tracy Levesque is the co-owner and co-founder of YIKES, Inc. a WordPress VIP agency located in Philadelphia. Certified Women and LGBT-owned, YIKES is also a proud B Corporation focusing on sustainable business practices and observing the triple bottom line: People, Planet, Profit. At YIKES you […]

Arizona's Morning News
Vince Marotta, Bickley & Marotta Mornings on 98.7 FM

Arizona's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 5:45


Not a great end of the season for the Suns. Yikes. Suns public address announcer and 98.7 FM talk show host Vince Marotta joins the show to try and explain what the heck happened to the Suns last night. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shamecast: A show about shame, guilt, and other garbage emotions

We're back!  Maybe!  Or Maybe Not!  Only time (and our fragile mental health) will tell. There has been a lot that's changed for both AJ and Bronwen, and they intend to dig through all the nonsense and garbage moments for your listening pleasure.  This week, AJ catches us up on 3 out of the last 14 months, and both hosts lament the lack of fan mail during their year-long hiatus.  Follow us on the socials!@shamecast_official@bronwen_gale_art@AJ_stalloni_artDrop us a line!  shamecast.official@gmail.comSupport the show

Hank's Place
394. Self-Denial Doesn't Cut it

Hank's Place

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 3:41


Episode Notes Have you denied yourself today? Feeling good about it? Engaged in good works today? How do you know they weren't done out of fleshly desire to look good or find approval and were far from self-denial. Yikes! This can be complicated! Let's find a better way! For all the Hank's Place video blogs, click on the link you prefer on our links page:  https://www.comealive.org/index.php/links/ Hank's Place is an outreach of Come Alive Ministries, www.comealive.org This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

Grace Community Church, Arlington, VA
Snake Handlers Wanted - Audio

Grace Community Church, Arlington, VA

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 27:54


Why does the Bible talk about snake handlers? Jesus says believers in Him will take up snakes. Yikes! Join us for Snake Handlers Wanted.

Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword
Friday, May 13, 2022 - TCHOTCHKE, a spelling bee contestant's worst nightmare!

Jean & Mike Do The New York Times Crossword

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 15:52


A tough Friday crossword, with Brooke Husic and Nam Jin Yoon combining to make for a fiendishly clever puzzle, with the verbal misdirections coming fast and furious in every corner. Consider: 52A, Blue book alternative, ADULTSITE; the glorious30A, Body with a floor, SEA, and Mike's favorite, 53D, Card display?, STL. Yikes! In other news, it's Fun Fact Friday, and in today's episode we explore 13A, Facts-as-fiction work, ROMANACLEF. So to learn about that, as well as that and that and that (we're pointing at various places in the grid as we write these words), subscribe, download, and enjoy!

Thoughts On Money [TOM]
Weathering a Recession 

Thoughts On Money [TOM]

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 32:14


A recession is coming!!  Yikes! When?  Not sure.  How severe?  Couldn't tell ya.  How long will it last?  Your guess is as good as mine.  When you have an event that is inevitable, but the severity and timing are impossible to know, what do you do? You prepare, you don't prognosticate.  Think about it, we prepare for all sorts of things Mother Nature throws our way and preparing for a recession is similar.   Today we will talk about what being prepared for a recession looks like.  Links mentioned in this episode: http://thoughtsonmoney.com http://thebahnsengroup.com

Heather Dubrow's World
Talking Points: Luxury on a Budget with TPG's Brian Kelly

Heather Dubrow's World

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 69:40


Good news? It seems EVERYONE (us included) is getting back to travel and vacations. Bad news? Have you seen these prices?! Yikes. Don't fret because Heather has THE best guest joining her today. We are not kidding when we say everyone on our staff left with a ridiculous amount of notes from this episode. "The Points Guy" Brian Kelly is here to spill all his secrets and discuss all the ways you can get the most bang for your buck while planning your summer and holiday travel. From what credit cards to avoid to the hottest destinations to visit--Brian is serving up the tips you never knew you needed and the most travel realness. Plus, we finally have an answer to the age-old question. Who and what does one tip while staying in a hotel? The answer isn't as simple as you may think. Get your pens and papers ready because Heather and Brian are giving you a first class seat to a lesson on traveling smartly, reasonably, and most importantly...in absolute luxury. Please support the show by checking out our sponsors! Bonafide: To get 20% off your first purchase when you subscribe to any product, go to Hello Bonafide.com/heather and use promo code HEATHER Butcher Box: Sign up at ButcherBox.com/HDW and get 2 pounds of ground beef FREE in every order for the life of your membership Cerebral: GO TO CEREBRAL.COM/HEATHER FOR 65% OFF YOUR FIRST MONTH Credit Karma: Go to creditkarma.com/loanoffers to find the loan for you

Gone Bridge- A Red Sox Podcast
Episode 85: Loose Pocket Mint

Gone Bridge- A Red Sox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 62:00


1-4 this week... Yikes! Things seemingly could not get worse for this team. In this episode we discuss how the lockout might've actually been a better choice then watching this season, the Red Sox greatest hits, what role Garrett Whitlock is most valuable in, what we think the Red Sox could get if they traded Matt Barnes, the food at Fenway, who we think the closer should be, Charlie MacAvoy look alike's, morning games at Fenway, some questions from Matt, and a whole lot more! Don't forget to follow us on Instagram @gonebridgepodcast and Twitter @gonebridge, Enjoy! Presented by Guy Boston Sports 

The Morning Mess
Nachoo's Revenge - Devin and Elena

The Morning Mess

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 7:09


Devin needs revenge on Elena for yelling at his own mother... YIKES 

Future Bachelor
Episode 214 | “Look at Us”

Future Bachelor

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:48


Si & Veronica are off to the races for episode 214! Bachelor Nation is crossing over into Kardashian territory. Scott Disick was seen leaving a Miami nightclub with “mystery blonde woman” that is no mystery to fans of Nick Viall's season… it was everyone's fave nanny-having villain, Corinne. Definitely more age appropriate for Scott. Rumors are swirling around which Bach Nation fave might be dating “lesbian Jesus” in light of Hayley Kiyoko's promos for her Bachelorette-themed music video. Her and Becca Tilley have been very close for years, so could this be them revealing something more? Insta story breadcrumbs have people questioning if Riley and Maurissa are trying to rekindle but it seems unlikely. (Bachelor talk ends at time marker 16m:14s) Deep fake might be the new music video trend with Kendrick Lamar's newest joint and something from Ye as well. The only fake that A$AP Rocky might be doing is a fake wedding in his latest music video. Post Malone is expecting a baby with his gf and is excited to be Post Daddy. Ray J revealed this past week something we all knew to be true about the sex tape being a business deal with Kris Jenner and Kim. Selling Sunset dropped some bombs with Chrishell's relationship status and Heather might be dropkicking her husband's ex-wife. Vee went “Yikes!” to the huge RICO Act indictment involving Young Thug and Gunna. Join us for what is always a good time and leave us a rating and review for a shoutout! Follow us @thefuturebachelor on Instagram! Thanks to you all who have subscribed! -- For fun, great music updated weekly, follow FUTURE BACHELOR on Spotify!   ***SLAPPER OF THE WEEK*** "Churchill Downs" by Jack Harlow, Drake -- Follow us on Instagram!

The Football Ramble
Careful, them ghosts are real

The Football Ramble

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 39:35


Careful, them ghosts are realLiverpool kept their title hopes alive, but Man City have already taken a huge step towards next season's crown by picking up Area 51's Erling Haaland in Vincent Kompany's disused ambulance. Yikes.Jules, Andy and Pete round-up the action from Villa Park and plenty more big stories, as day one of Wagatha Christie brings some startling revelations and there are accusations that Marcelo got the boot at Lyon for farting too much. Plus, make sure you stick around for Pete's interpretation of Jonathan Woodgate's first LSD experience. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Queen of the Sciences
The Saul Saga

Queen of the Sciences

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 70:06


Experience of God is all very well and good... until your experience is being afflicted by an evil spirit from the Lord. Especially after first being called to be the first king of Israel, and then having that calling revoked. And yet still being king while a new king has been anointed, this new king respecting your former kingship more than the Lord God Almighty. Yikes! In this episode, we explore the saga of King Saul, ask whether his story is one of tragedy or just deserts or something else, and whether and how to read the Old Testament's Saul in conversation with the New Testament Saul-also-known-as-Paul. Notes: 1. Here is the series of sermons on I Samuel that I preached last year 2. Murphy, I Samuel 3. Brueggemann, First and Second Samuel 4. Sign up here for Theology & a Recipe—I'll do an issue on the two Sauls later in 2022! (plus, you get all the other great issues in the meanwhile) Do you rejoice every other Tuesday to see a new Queen of the Sciences episode appear? Then consider supporting us on Patreon. You can start at just $2 a month; more gets you swag. Or just pay us a visit at sarahhinlickywilson.com and paulhinlicky.com!

Action Sports Jax On ESPN690
5-9-22 HOUR 3: Athletes in the media, Joey Logano, Jags WR's only caught 9 TD's last season, yikes

Action Sports Jax On ESPN690

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 43:22


Brent and Kasey discuss Athletes in the media, Joey Logano, Jags WR's only caught 9 TD's last season, yikes

In The Dugout Podcast
Ep.85 - Yikes

In The Dugout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 50:33


this team sucks. so we let it rip and yell A LOT. 

Above Board
Is Google Analytics 4 a middle finger to SMBs?

Above Board

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 28:32


Universal Analytics (the version most people use) of Google Analytics is being sunset shortly. And worse, there's no path to migrate that data into GA4 (their new product). But even worse still, they'll be deleting all Universal Analytics data as well. Yikes! Jack and Paul ruminate on why Google Analytics is so awful to use, so hard to understand, and why it feels like Google doesn't care about the end user of their software. Is it because free users of GA aren't their true customers? Is it because Google is tired of being bogged down by privacy rulings against them? Is it because SMBs weren't converting to their paid GA360? Or, is it because the true customers of Google Analytics data are advertisers, not the website owners who install GA?

A Court of Tattoos and Rosé
EP 90 - ACOSF - Love Is A Battlefield (CH 1)

A Court of Tattoos and Rosé

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 72:55


Yikes! That is our initial response to the state of Nesta's apartment. Cassian notices this and her visitor when he goes to collect her for Feyre. After getting some heartbreaking details about Nesta's life since the war, we head to Rhys and Feyre's new (and gorgeous) riverfront home. The house offers a beautiful backdrop for one of the most uncomfortable interventions we have witnessed. Guess it is time for Nesta to train? That will go splendidly, right?

Hank's Place
393. Pickup Thy Cross

Hank's Place

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 3:41


Episode Notes The phrase "dying to self" is not found in the Bible, but picking up your cross is. Many Christians feel condemned because they don't ‘do more of the holy stuff' a good Christian is ‘supposed' to be doing. Yikes, what a spiritual mess. Let's get some truth! For all the Hank's Place video blogs, click on the link you prefer on our links page: https://www.comealive.org/index.php/links/ Hank's Place is an outreach of Come Alive Ministries, www.comealive.org This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

For Thought's Sake
S3E7 - Sunscreen, Gua Sha, and Aging

For Thought's Sake

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 56:42


We took a few weeks off due to unforeseen circumstances. We got too close to the veil. . . spiritual veil and zoom veil.    Light box. Helps with seasonal affective disorder, depression, anxiety.   Do you wear sunscreen on your face on a daily basis?     Concerned about skin cancer? Or aging of the skin and face? Bit of both?    Starting to notice the aging process in our 30's.    Skincare from the perspective of prevention.    What tools are we using to care for our faces as they age?   Gua Sha. Facial cupping. Clarisonic. Nuface.    Adult acne and wrinkles simultaneously. Great.    What is up with Causebox? Yikes.    Follow us on Instagram: @forthoughtssake

Two Designers & A Builder Walk Into A Bar

Everyone wants lots of windows on their home, the bigger the better, until they move in! Yikes!! Privacy!!! Now, how do you accomplish that in the most stylish way without compromising the design of the home? Welcome Terri Harris with Houston Window Fashions! Terri helps us navigate what product to use, cost associated with that product and efficiency for the home. Subscribe, Share and Rate us!! Email us at 2d1bbar@gmail.com for feedback or show topics!!

SKATCAST
SKATCAST | The Dave and Angus Show | Episode 017

SKATCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 31:48


SKATCAST presents: The Dave and Angus Show Episode 17 is now available to be absorbed through your chosen orifice. We recommend the ears.Today's Bullshit:[Disc Golf] Angus gets treated to his first round of disc golf and he of course shits on the sport, the players and throws words at another disc-golfer.[Tree Sex] Angus thinks that trees are at war with us and he mumbles something about the Illuminati. Their weapon? Yikes. Sexy trees, kind of. Realm Earth theory makes more sense.[Baseball] We send Dave and Angus to a minor league baseball game and they share their favorite baseball themed movies. There is also a bit of a tussle over some language.[D&A Vault] We shared this skit with the Inside Scoopers and Skat Cats a while back and thought we could pull this weird little tribute to baseball out. It's Dave and Angus reading (poorly) the script from Abbot and Costello's "Who's On First?". It was recorded in 2011 on a potato for a radio program. Angus hates that we play this.[Dave and Angus Music] "Baseball and Tree Sex" - Angus continues to write the hits. This is his little demo.Visit us for more episodes of SKATCAST and other shows like SKATCAST presents The Dave & Angus Show plus BONUS material at https://www.skatcast.com Watch select shows and shorts on YouTube: bit.ly/34kxCneJoin the conversation on Discord! https://discord.gg/YmDG4gF8agFor all show related questions: info@skatcast.comPlease rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow SKATCAST on social media!! Instagram: @theescriptkeeper Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scriptkeepersATWanna become a Patron? Click here: https://www.patreon.com/SkatcastSign up through Patreon and you'll get Exclusive Content, Behind The Scenes video, special downloads and more! Prefer to make a donation instead? You can do that through our PayPal: https://paypal.me/skatcastpodcast Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Purpose Driven Mom Show
Ask me Anything - WAHM Q&A

Purpose Driven Mom Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 43:11


Let's talk business! How can you hit your business goals, manage your time and manage your family! Yikes. It's a lot and the overwhelm can stop new businesses before they even get started. Join Cara in this coaching call episode from the business roundtable — which is a recent addition to the Purpose Driven Mom Club! We are chatting through: How do you know what tasks to work on first in your new business - when it feels like there are a zillion? How can you realistically plan out your business launch dates and due date to really move forward with your projects completed? How can you create themes and organize your workdays so that business doesn't take over your lie but you still get business done? Listen to today's episode.   The 15 Minute Formula Book by: Cara Harvey https://apurposedrivenmom.com/book FREE GOAL SETTING SERIES: https://apurposedrivenmom.com/goals A PURPOSE-DRIVEN MOM SHOW NOTES: apurposedrivenmom.com/podcast224/

Future Bachelor
Episode 213 | “Size Matters”

Future Bachelor

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 52:16


Si & Veronica are feeling glamorous for episode 213! Dale is going to be reappearing on the small screen for what is probably the first time since the Bachelorette with an extremely cheesy “straight to the far corners of streaming” rom com titled “Love, Game, Match”. The trailer practically spoils the whole movie, so will you be finding it when it comes out later this year? This past weekend is infamous in Bachelor Nation lore as it was Stagecoach. Blake Horstmann has had his redemption arc with a DJ set at the festival that included his “Love Is Blind” girlfriend.  (Bachelor talk ends at time marker 18m:23s) The Met Gala made news this past week for how many people did not understand the dress code and how the SCOTUS Roe v. Wade leak seemingly did. Blake Lively stunned as a co-chair and Kim K brought the controversy with Marilyn Monroe's famous “Happy Birthday Mr. President” dress. Travis Scott is quietly making his way back to the stage with headlining Primavera Sound music festival. Our Laguna Beach fave couple is all grown up and ready to spill the tea in the new rewatch podcast, “Back to the Beach with Kristin and Stephen”. Drake knows it goes down in the DMs when it comes to dealing with some trolls. Vee went “Yikes!” to Olivia Wilde being served custody papers when on stage at CinemaCon. She also went “Yikes!” to Dave Chappelle's recent attack when he was leaving the stage at a comedy festival. Join us for what is always a good time and leave us a rating and review for a shoutout! Follow us @thefuturebachelor on Instagram! Thanks to you all who have subscribed! -- For fun, great music updated weekly, follow FUTURE BACHELOR on Spotify!   ***SLAPPER OF THE WEEK*** "WAIT FOR U" by Future, Tems, Drake -- Follow us on Instagram!

ExtraChristy - Podcast
Straining to Forget

ExtraChristy - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022


Straining to Forget Straining to Forgeta sermon by Rev. J. Christy Ramsey DOWNLOAD A LIVE RECORDING Audio from worship at the 9:30 AM Worship Service April 3,2022at Lee Vining Presbyterian Church, Lee Vining,CAand given that same day at 11 AM at Valley Presbyterian Church, Bishop, CaliforniaBoth Services were via ZOOM™edited from a flawless transcription made by edigitaltranscriptions all errors are mine. Philippians 3:4b-14 Sermons also available free on iTunes “Morning, Swimmers. How’s the water?” And the two young fish swim on a bit. Then eventually one of them looks over to the other and says, “Why did that oldster call us ‘swimmers’?” And the other fish said, “Don’t worry about that. What the heck is water?” (From the 2005 commencement speech at Kenyon College by David Foster Wallace.) We don’t think of society that we swim in all our lives. It’s invisible to us. Even though it’s all around, supporting us, hemming us in, up and down and all around. And Paul doesn’t think about society when he talks about his position in life. Paul’s terms are remote and romanticized. Pharisee? What’s the educational requirements of the Pharisee? Who is a Pharisee? What is a Pharisee? We might think we know, but we don’t. A medical procedure done on the eighth day? What does that matter? And what is the Benjamin tribe? Why does that make a difference? You know, you want to know, what does Paul sound like today? Well, I thought about it. And here’s my intro letter to the Presbyterians. If anybody has confidence in being a preacher, it’s me. I was assigned male at birth and, bonus, identify as male. I’m a cisgender person, a heterosexual in a heteronormative culture. I can say who I love in any state, and I can hold hands with my beloved in public. I can tell a grade schooler in Florida that Betty Lynn is my wife, and I love her. And my marriage is just marriage, not straight marriage. And it’s recognized by hospitals, courts, insurance, and yes, the all-important wedding RSVP. I’m a citizen from birth of the United States of America, of the Cleveland Browns people; a white Anglo-Saxon Protestant born of white Anglo-Saxon Protestants. I’m not in danger of exile from the only country I’ve known because I was brought here as a child. Nor am I told sharply to “Speak American” when I use my native language, even though it is more native to this land by 15,000 years than the King’s English brought here by colonizers. As to the law, I am a proud 48-year holder of a driver’s license and an insurance card. I hold the same country’s passport for the last 40 years. I’ve never been a refugee, an alien, or a migrant. I have a health insurance plan group number and have added recently a vaccine card with, yes, four shots recorded. My papers are so legit, I don’t need to show them when I use a check or credit card. As to zeal, ha-ha, I am a high school, Presbyterian College, and Presbyterian Seminary graduate, first-time passer of all five Presbyterian ordination examinations, an ordained Presbyterian pastor licensed to wed in four states and bury in all 50, recently elected by my Presbytery to Stated Clerk. My religious holidays are federal holidays, and work and school closings and seasonal greetings follow my religious calendar. 93% of Americans celebrate my religion’s Christmas with me. How many times did you remember to wish others a Ramadan Mubarak this week? As to righteousness under the law, no felonies, not even a misdemeanor. A clear background check and a credit score above 750. Graduate of the Sheriff’s Academy. Not so much me, but thanks to my whiteness, I can drive at night. I can sit on a porch. I can jog any road, stand on a corner, and barbecue at a park without vigilantes or police involvement and a criminal record. This is just normal for me. Maybe it’s normal for you. It’s a sea I live unaware that there is water all around me, holding me up. What is this water? This is just normal life. Maybe it’s normal for you. Maybe you rebel at cisgender, heteronormative, indigenous colonizers, the war on Ramadan, dismissing them as politically correct because that’s how normal works. You see, the way normal works is anything that isn’t white male-centered Christian with the big “C,” following heterosexual gender roles, is special, is identity politics, PC, not normal. This is the way we keep people in their place. We tell people what is normal as another way of saying, “Know your place. There’s no place for people like you in ‘normal.’” Do you know there’s others in this world? For them, what I think of normal life for me, just a given, is seen by them, by the majority of the world, as a life of privilege. Sure, I work. But in that 50-yard dash to the finish line I started about 10 yards away from the finish. Others have to do a half marathon to do that 50 yards, or get to run with their shoes tied. Or, if they’re playing beach volleyball before 2012, they have to compete in bikinis, not shorts. Some have to run the race with their shoes tied or even chained because that’s the way the world is. That’s normal. What water? We’re just swimming here. Now, many have said that Paul’s Letters Introduction is a rhetorical device, that being with Christ and the gospel is of so much greater value than the others. It is only as if the other’s trash. Do you know it’s a privilege to toss privilege in the trash? Only those with privilege can toss it. If you don’t have privilege, you are reminded often that you don’t have privilege to toss away. Only white folks can say they don’t see race. Society doesn’t give non-whites that option ever to forget. Yet even then, as we look at the whole Bible and the scriptural witness, Paul is not forgetting his normal privilege. His Roman citizenship comes in handy when he gets cross-wise with the local authorities. He claims it when he gets a chance, is using it to advance a gospel and help himself and others from punishment and even death. I guess if you’ve got it, privilege, flaunt it for the gospel. Back in Acts 16 we see Paul in prison for freeing a woman from the owners that were exploiting her labor and her talents for their own benefit and profits. Christians getting in trouble for calling out folks getting rich by oppressing others. That’s in the Bible. They are accused of these Jews were causing an uproar against the customs that are illegal for us as Romans to follow. Law and order. We’re supposed to oppress these people and make money. It’s all in the law. It’s okay. In fact, it’s required. Acts 16. And that wasn’t the only time he was arrested and used his Roman citizenship to spare himself. Ephesians, Philemon, Colossians, and Philippians are traditionally, this book itself is traditionally written during his arrest time, recorded in Acts 21 through 28. And there Paul is, again, upset and normal, being accused of bringing in Greeks. That’s right. Smuggling them foreigners, those illegals. Those people not like us that don’t belong here should go back where they belong. It’s almost as if he believes what he said in Galatians 3:28. Neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, neither male nor female. Neither male nor female? Paul. Yikes. You’d better stay out of Florida, buddy, with that gender fluid talk. No doubt many of you are firing up the emails to explain to me how it’s spiritual and only for Christians, or anything else to smooth and dilute the message. But remember, if you think this message is smooth and diluted and not upsetting, remember Paul was beaten in prison and finally killed about it. The oppressors and the powerful and the empire knew that he wasn’t just talking about thoughts and prayers. I guarantee you, if Christianity doesn’t get you in trouble with the American Empire, the economic exploiters, and the gender norm police, consider you might be doing it wrong. Gee, Christy. Just because you’re not in town, and safely away up there at Carson City, doesn’t mean you can make us feel bad about being white people. Geez. How in the world can we do this? How in the world can we be like Paul? I don’t want to go to prison. You know, we have changed the normal; haven’t we? I mean, right now I’m sitting in Carson City, preaching to you in Lee Vining. And in about an hour I’m going to be sitting here still, but preaching down in Valley Bishop, if all goes well and the technical winds hold. We have changed. I don’t know if ever you’ve been to Virginia City Sanctuary. I recommend if you ever are, stop in. J.P. will probably give you a tour. He lives across the street. But I was up there visiting. And I looked at their beautiful two-story, maybe story-and-a-half stained glass windows. Gorgeous. Gorgeous. Well, I looked where it used to be. Because they have a thick black drape, at least 20 feet long, covering the stained glass window. My goodness. Jesus would roll over in his grave if he was in the grave. And I talked to him about that. And I said, “Hey, the stained glass, you put a great big curtain over it, I see.” And he said, “Yeah, it was making a glare on the screen.” That is a miracle, friends and neighbors. That is such a change from the way we used to swim. Nothing would change. But they said, “You know, we need the screen. We need to include people that can’t be here anymore.” I’m glad to see you’re continuing it on, even though, “You don’t have to.” And I hope other churches figure out that this is a new normal, a new way of including people that can’t be included. I know a recovery group that used to meet in the church, you know, classic meet in the church every week. And, well, the pandemic, the church closed, so they had to get on Zoom. And you know what they found out? Their attendance doubled. They got more newcomers in six months than they did in six years in a physical location. Turns out people are more comfortable seeking help and being real and vulnerable when they don’t have to go into a church and be in person. Something for us to think about. Is our goal to change people’s lives, to offer help for the hurting? Or is our goal to fill up a physical presence and keep it in a room? Privilege isn’t a horrible thing. Everything I said I’m sinfully proud of. And I’m sure everything Paul said wasn’t bad things. They were good things. But they’re not the only thing. And they’re not the only way to be in the world. And what’s normal for me is not normal for others. For others it’s privilege. And when those other people say they would like the things that I take for granted, when my daughter wants to have the picture of her partner on her desk at school without being called to the principal’s office and a parents’ meeting, I take that for granted. She has to fight for it. When some people say I just want to see the people in church, I want to hear the sermon, but they’re sick or disabled or traveling, or just too much time and energy for an aged body to put out every Sunday, I take it for granted. I go to church. Why doesn’t everybody else? When my friend is at his girlfriend’s house and steps out on the porch and then goes back in the house, only to get the police called upon him and to get arrested because, you see, he’s black, and she’s white, and he must have broken in. I can go out on my porch all the time. It’s normal for me. Perhaps it’s a privilege for others. You know, Paul doesn’t say he gave up privilege. He doesn’t say that it was all in the trash and was over and done, he snapped his fingers, and suddenly he’s a wonderful person and just opened everybody and Jew to Jew and Greek to Greek and all that good stuff. But no. He said he strives. He talks about how he hasn’t attained it yet. He talked about his struggle in Philippians about how he hasn’t attained it, how he keeps on trying to get there, and he knows that the future promises something, that he is worthwhile, struggling with all this stuff and society in this life. And so too with us. I know it is with me. I was at a Presbytery down in Las Vegas, and we walked to a restaurant for a lunch with one of the people seeking to become part of our Presbytery. And one of the women had to go back to the meeting for another meeting, and she left and walked back alone. You know, I didn’t think anything of it. But the other people at the table were [gasp], “She’s walking alone? That’s not a good idea.” I guess women can’t walk places I can walk. It’s normal for me to walk through the city. It’s not something that over half our population can do without thinking. Paul also said something in Corinthians 9:22: “To the Jew I became as a Jew. To those under the law I became as one under the law. To those outside the law I became as one outside the law. To the weak I became as the weak. I’ve become all things to all people so that by any means I might save some.” Friends, how’s the water? Take a look around to see how you’re swimming and ask those that you pass by and those that you seek out what it’s like for them to be in that fish bowl. Amen.

ReNew Ames Messages
May 1, 2022 "We All Have The Same Access To God's Light"

ReNew Ames Messages

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 33:02


Letter to Smyrna. Oh boy, here's a real pick-me-up. A summary of the letter: words from Jesus to a real church. "Hey, I know your afflictions and your poverty. I know things aren't going the way you would like them to go. I know it feels as though you've lost control, like you've lost everything - yet, you are rich! I know you're being marginalized. It's gonna get worse before it gets better...if it gets better. So hang in there and be as faithful as you can for as long as you live." Yikes. This letter shows that Jesus followers suffer, too, sometimes greatly. But the words in this letter acknowledge that suffering. They also make it clear that it's okay to question God. In fact, questioning God is a deep, profound expression of faith because, in spite of what's happening all around us, we refuse to believe that God has abandoned us. Jesus also acknowledges the people's profound poverty. But also says, "Yet you are rich!" So which is it? Well, whether we are rich or poor or somewhere in between, we all have the same access to God's love, joy, power, and light as anyone else. We all have that light...and that light can give off warmth, and energy, and brightness. Are we living into it? ReNew Community Worship Service Speaker: Aaron Vis Scripture: Revelation 2:8-11 http://bible.com/events/48886060

Wtf-Landia Radio with Shar Bothé

Otherwise known as the first Monday of May. Met Gala was back again with celebrities dressed to the nines to celebrate being rich and being able to dress to the nines. I still haven't received my invitation to the Met Gala, although last night would have been difficult for me to attend. I injured myself, but you gotta listen to find out where and how. Yikes!?! Now, just across the pond from the big fashion night where Kim Kardashian dusted off Pete Davidson and stole Marilyn Monroe's nefarious "Happy Birthday Mr. President"dress to walk the red carpeted stair case. Along with many other celebrities whilst women's rights activists got whilm of a decision that would affect American women's right of abortion and choice. But, how did this slide under our noses, who leaked the Supreme Court documents and what happens next? That & more in this very tale tell EP... Just sit back relax and take this TMI episode in...

Millennial Doc Podcast
73: Sunscreen Application and Re-Application Tips 101

Millennial Doc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 13:06


Did-you-know that most people only apply half of the sunscreen amount they need? Yikes! On top of not reapplying sunscreen, many don't even apply the right amount. This gives us a picture of how much (or how little) sun protection many people actually get.  People forget that as long as you're exposed to UV rays, your skin can get sun damaged. Which is why today, I'll dive into how you can increase sunscreen efficacy and better protect your skin from sun damage.   IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: Exactly how much sunscreen you need to apply, in various situations Why re-applying your sunscreen (every 2 hours, ideally) should be the standard Tips on choosing the right sunscreen and keeping your skin as safe as possible from the sun's oxidative effects RESOURCES: Want easy access to my hand-selected sunscreens for each skin type? Go grab my Skin Must Haves guide today! Text “PODCAST” to 480-530-8187 to get a weekly skincare routine reminder & affirmation. Eager for more techniques on protecting your skin from sun damage? I'm now accepting waitlist applications for the first round of The Healthy Skin Blueprint! CONNECT WITH DR. NIKOLETA Instagram: @drnikoleta Website: https://drnikoleta.com/   Disclaimer:  The Dr. Nikoleta Show is for informational purposes only. It is not medical advice. Please consult with your physician before implementing any of the information. Copyright Dr. Nikoleta 2022.

Hang Time Podcast
Eric Baudour. Yikes. | Hang Time Podcast Episode 19

Hang Time Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 93:25


Probably the most disgusting, worst thing we've ever discussed. Ever. Eric is here for it.

Palace Intrigue: A daily Royal Family podcast
Yikes, what if Prince Andrew were born first? Would the monarchy be doomed?

Palace Intrigue: A daily Royal Family podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 4:22


Today, a bunch of stories all zero around Prince Andrew - but Tina Brown provided the most chilling thought. What if Andrew and not Charles had been the first born?

I Like That Story
S4-18- How to Stop Worrying About Your Kids

I Like That Story

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 5:44


"A Mother is only as happy as her saddest child." Yikes!! A few stories to stop worrying about your kids so both of you can live your lives.

ALL SIDERIS PODCAST
May 1, 2022 || 1 Corinthians: "Lawsuits Among Believers?" - Audio

ALL SIDERIS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 51:32


We're jumping back into our 1 Corinthians series! This week we look at 1 Corinthians 6:1-8 where Paul unpacks a somewhat foreign experience: Christians taking each other to court - Yikes! I hope to invite you into the core essence of their malfunction so that we all might grow in how we might disagree AND love one another.

Hacker Public Radio
HPR3586: HPR Community News for April 2022

Hacker Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022


table td.shrink { white-space:nowrap } New hosts Welcome to our new hosts: Lee, Sarah. Last Month's Shows Id Day Date Title Host 3565 Fri 2022-04-01 Heavy Hacking down in the quarry. timttmy 3566 Mon 2022-04-04 HPR Community News for March 2022 HPR Volunteers 3567 Tue 2022-04-05 What is NVMe™ and why is it important? JWP 3568 Wed 2022-04-06 PopKorn Episode 2: Programming, Mathematics, and Asymmetric Literacy BlacKernel 3569 Thu 2022-04-07 Linux Inlaws S01E53: Rust Marketing monochromec 3570 Fri 2022-04-08 The Filesystem Ahuka 3571 Mon 2022-04-11 The Meatball Mystery Windigo 3572 Tue 2022-04-12 More about NVMe JWP 3573 Wed 2022-04-13 Home Coffee Roasting, part 2 dnt 3574 Thu 2022-04-14 Local Talking Newspapers Lee 3575 Fri 2022-04-15 An Edinburgh Blether Dave Morriss 3576 Mon 2022-04-18 First impressions of Ubuntu 22.04 as a daily driver. knightwise 3577 Tue 2022-04-19 Hello and how I got into tech Sarah 3578 Wed 2022-04-20 Linux Inlaws S01E54: Electronic Freedom Never Mind the Civil Rest monochromec 3579 Thu 2022-04-21 PINN is not NOOBS Archer72 3580 Fri 2022-04-22 RAW images Ahuka 3581 Mon 2022-04-25 My daily Linux driver. knightwise 3582 Tue 2022-04-26 Rolling a new character tuturto 3583 Wed 2022-04-27 takov751 and dnt talk about browsers dnt 3584 Thu 2022-04-28 The collective history of RAID controller brands JWP 3585 Fri 2022-04-29 Freedom of speech in open source, Part 2. Some Guy On The Internet Comments this month These are comments which have been made during the past month, either to shows released during the month or to past shows. There are 41 comments in total. Past shows There are 10 comments on 7 previous shows: hpr2881 (2019-08-19) "Automatically split album into tracks in Audacity" by Ken Fallon. Comment 5: Archer72 on 2022-04-25: "And now I know, and will forget again" hpr3378 (2021-07-14) "A bit of my experience with Starlink internet service" by Jezra. Comment 1: Windigo on 2022-04-06: "Congratulations!" hpr3534 (2022-02-17) "Vernier caliper" by Ken Fallon. Comment 4: Kevin O'Brien on 2022-04-16: "Taking me back" hpr3554 (2022-03-17) "Guide to the Science and Technology Section of Bitchute" by Mechatroniac. Comment 1: dnt on 2022-04-01: "that motor" hpr3559 (2022-03-24) "Linux Inlaws S01E52: The Zig Project" by monochromec. Comment 1: clacke on 2022-04-18: "The nitty-gritty of US non-profits" Comment 2: clacke on 2022-04-18: "Re: The nitty-gritty of US non-profits" hpr3563 (2022-03-30) "Home Coffee Roasting, part 1" by dnt. Comment 2: ClaudioM on 2022-04-01: "Enjoyed this Episode while Brewing my Morning Coffee :-)" hpr3564 (2022-03-31) "Removing EXIF data from an image" by Dave Morriss. Comment 2: ClaudioM on 2022-04-01: "Thanks for the Application Reminder!" Comment 3: Xoke on 2022-04-01: "My troubles with EXIF" Comment 4: Kevin O'Brien on 2022-04-16: "Orientation in Android" This month's shows There are 31 comments on 10 of this month's shows: hpr3565 (2022-04-01) "Heavy Hacking down in the quarry. " by timttmy. Comment 1: Jeremiah Schroeder on 2022-03-28: "Couldn't agree more"Comment 2: K. Olin on 2022-03-28: "Great show"Comment 3: Clayton Miner on 2022-03-28: "This brings back memories"Comment 4: Windigo on 2022-04-02: "Thanks for the contribution"Comment 5: jezra on 2022-04-05: "I started falling asleep" hpr3568 (2022-04-06) "PopKorn Episode 2: Programming, Mathematics, and Asymmetric Literacy" by BlacKernel. Comment 1: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-04-08: "Public Service Announcement" hpr3570 (2022-04-08) "The Filesystem" by Ahuka. Comment 1: zen_floater2 on 2022-04-08: "Squirrel applause"Comment 2: Miguel on 2022-04-08: "Good blast from the past"Comment 3: Kevin O'Brien on 2022-04-08: "Thank you"Comment 4: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-04-13: "I'm not old enough."Comment 5: Kevin O'Brien on 2022-04-14: "RAID on DOS" hpr3571 (2022-04-11) "The Meatball Mystery" by Windigo. Comment 1: kinghezy on 2022-04-12: "Meatballs and such"Comment 2: Windigo on 2022-04-14: "Thanks" hpr3572 (2022-04-12) "More about NVMe" by JWP. Comment 1: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-04-13: "Thanks for the information." hpr3574 (2022-04-14) "Local Talking Newspapers" by Lee. Comment 1: Windigo on 2022-04-14: "Enlightening episode"Comment 2: brian-in-ohio on 2022-04-15: "good show"Comment 3: elmussol on 2022-04-24: "elderly relatives et al"Comment 4: elmussol on 2022-04-24: "addendum" hpr3575 (2022-04-15) "An Edinburgh Blether" by Dave Morriss. Comment 1: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-04-15: "Declassified"Comment 2: brian-in-ohio on 2022-04-15: "show" hpr3576 (2022-04-18) "First impressions of Ubuntu 22.04 as a daily driver." by knightwise. Comment 1: Some Guy On The Internet on 2022-04-18: "Yikes!"Comment 2: Zen_floater2 on 2022-04-19: "Your review"Comment 3: Ken Fallon on 2022-04-28: "How do you pay for software ?" hpr3577 (2022-04-19) "Hello and how I got into tech" by Sarah. 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Loathsome Things: A Horror Movie Podcast
28. Lew Lehman's The Pit (1981)

Loathsome Things: A Horror Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 138:01


Grab your most sexually-active teddy bear before you listen to us talk about this… uhhhhh… like, I guess, some kind of a horror movie targeted at children. Specifically, children that want to see a lot of nudity… and want to watch one of their own commit weird sex crimes… Yikes! It's going to be one of those episodes, folks, so join us for the 1-year anniversary, and possibly final episode of Loathsome Things: A Horror Movie Podcast! If you would like to recommend a movie, leave us a review of http://sammysnyders.com/, or ask us horror movie-related questions, you can do so by reaching out to us on Twitter: @LoathsomePod Instagram: @LoathsomePod Facebook: @LoathsomePodcast Email: LoathsomeThings@gmail.com The Loathsome Things Official Top 10 Greatest Horror Movies of All Time List (of those we've reviewed for an episode of Loathsome Things: A Horror Movie Podcast) (1) Bob Clark's Black Christmas (1974) (2) George A Romero's Night of the Living Dead (1968) (3) Miike Takashi's Audition (1999) (4) Bob Clark's Deathdream (1974) (5) David Prior's The Empty Man (2020) (6) Frank Henenlotter's Basket Case (1982) (7) Nicolas Roeg's Don't Look Now (1973) (8) José Mojica Marins' At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul (1964) (9) Ben Wheatley's In The Earth (2021) (10) David Bruckner's The Ritual (2014)   Honorable Mentions: Beyond the Door III (1989) – Not a great horror movie, but so much fun to watch! The Pit (1981) – Watch this coming-of-age story about seeing boobs and feeding monsters

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Why The Multifamily Real Estate Business Is The Greatest Business To Be In

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 24:42


What are the secrets to building a successful multifamily business?   In this episode, Charles Dobens joins our podcast to share his wealth of knowledge as a multifamily investor and real estate lawyer with more than 20 years in the industry. He is the founder of the Multifamily Investing Academy, which provides education and resources to aspiring multifamily property owners.   He discusses his experience during the market crash, practicing law and learning from the mistakes of his clients, and then later expanding into coaching other investors. Listen in and learn the do's and don't's straight from the multifamily mentor.     [00:01 - 04:07] Going All-in In Multifamily Charles talks about investing and why he went back to his law practice This is what he learned from being a lawyer to investors His goal for the next 10 years is to do 1000 properties with his students   [09:40 - 17:59] Market Crash and Money Matters Why did Charles and his team got caught up in the market crash? The type of financing that Charles is afraid of A problem that investors may face during a resale when the interest rate goes up Being conservative in rental increases is key Find out why he believes that the real estate space is overbuilt Charles' insight on assumptions How to take advantage of replacement reserves There's always a third party at the negotiating table Losing his earnest money and experiencing phantom leases   [18:00 - 19:52]  Adding Value As A Mentor His past mistakes help keep his clients and students away from bad deals Investing with his students' using his own money   [19:53 - 24:42] Closing Segment What Charles is curious about and looking forward to right now These are the books Charles recommends Reach out to Charles!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “It's really not any type of financing. It's just not underwriting conservatively enough, not stressing your underwriting, such that your deal is going to survive if cap rates start to release and when interest rates start to go up. If your deal can't survive that, you might want to just sit back and wait.” - Charles Dobens “If you have to do an interest-only just to make your numbers work, and then you're going to, you know, convert in three years or so none. No, no, don't do that. You're overpaying for the property. I know you can fix anything on a multifamily deal except overpaying for the property.” - Charles Dobens -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Charles! Check out the Multifamily Investing Academy website if you want to learn more about MultifamilyOS. Follow Charles on LinkedIn, too.   Resources Mentioned: Zelman & Associates Ready, Fire, Aim by Michael Masterson Willpower Doesn't Work by Benjamin Hardy 2030 by Mauro F. Guillen Big Shifts Ahead by John Burns, Chris Porter Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.   Facebook LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Charles Dobens  00:00 If you buy a property on an assumption, you're doing that seller a huge favor. That guy ought to be kissing your behind at the closing table to get... because one of the things about an assumption is the replacement reserves. So if this guy has been on the property for the last three to five years, and he's been banking the replacement reserves, you know, instead of using it to build up his collateral and protect the collateral, he's been banking it now he's got $100,000 in the replacement reserves.    Intro  00:31 Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor, we'll teach you how to scale your real estate investing business into something big.     Sam Wilson  00:39 Charles Dobens is the multifamilyattorney.com, the founder of the Multifamily Investing Academy and the creator of MultifamilyOS program for entrepreneurs looking to build a successful multifamily real estate investing business. Charles, welcome to the show.   Charles Dobens  00:56 Hey, thanks for having me, man. First of all, is that a real background? Or is that one of those virtual ones? I love it. You see, when I'm in my studio, I've got the real thing too. And I go back and I grab those books off the back, because, you know, and I hold them up. So yeah, that's cool. I like it. I like it.   Sam Wilson  01:11 Thanks, man. You know, what it does, though, is that on days like today, where I walk in the office, and I set stuff on the shelf behind me? ... you don't have stacks of papers... you just reminded me that I got garbage on my shelf. Thanks for that.    Charles Dobens  01:26 Yeah, I have.... Part of my program for my students is, you know, they get a virtual assistant. And so we do a virtual assistant meet up every Monday morning just to touch base with all my VA's. And, you know, I look at their backgrounds, I think, wow, those guys live larger than I do. They have beautiful places behind them like no, they don't. But they don't...   Sam Wilson  01:44 Charles, there's three questions. I asked every guest who comes on the show: Where did you start? Where are you now? How did you get there? But tell me in less than 90 seconds.   01:52 Okay. Where did I start? Physically, geographically, I'm out here in the Boston area. Always wanted to own multifamily property, was running an insurance company, had about 35 employees, gonna put me in an early grave, hated it told my wife, I can't do this anymore. What do you want to do? I want to own apartments, went out there and started owning apartments, did incredibly well. Market crashed, kept some loss aome. That's when I started practicing law. I was a lawyer beforehand. But I was representing clients of mine, friends of mine, who are losing their property. And I realized, man, why did you buy this property in the first place? This property you'd never should have acquired because it's a dog. And then I thought, I realized that man, these people are being taught the wrong way to run multifamily, own and operate multifamily. And that's when I started coaching and mentoring. And I got to tell you, I own plenty of properties. I don't need to work. But this is my calling. I love helping people in this field with my law practice, with consulting, and I just got off the phone with one of my clients working on a deal. We're going to make an offer on a property today. I am just always involved in all my students' deals, making sure they do everything right every step of the way. And I want to buy 1000 properties for my students, meaning I want it or not 1000 units. I did that a long time ago. I want to do 1000 properties for my students over the next 10 years. And that is my goal. That's what gets me up in the morning and makes me run.   Sam Wilson  03:17 That is awesome. I love it. 1000 properties without, you know, what is that eight per month, eight and a half?   Charles Dobens  03:23 Yeah, and but the thing is, I started I've been doing this for 10 years, so I kind of a little head start on the 1000 goal. So, but you know, when I'm 82. When I hit 82 10 years from now, Sam, I want it to be, I'll be out 1000.   Sam Wilson  03:37 That's awesome. I love it.   Charles Dobens  03:39 If you do the math there, pal. 10 years from now I'm gonna be 82 that means I'm 72 today, right?   Sam Wilson  03:44 I'm with you. I'm not gonna make any comments.   Charles Dobens 03:47 I know, but what? You can't tell me I look good for 72? I mean, you should be saying... You know, what you're telling me now by not saying anything, is like... 72, yeah.   Sam Wilson  03:56 Yeah, ridden hard and put away wet, Charles. That's what I'm thinking, buddy.   Charles Dobens  03:59 That is such a Nashville expression foul.   Sam Wilson  04:03 Hey, man, I'm here in the south. And I'm in Tennessee. Tell me about this. In '08, you owned apartments. You kept some, you lost some. What happened?   Charles Dobens  04:11 Yikes. So that was how you got caught because you were able to make your debt payments all the way up until you couldn't refinance out of shorter-term debt.   Charles Dobens  04:11 Man, the market crashed. You know, the thing is we bought them all the right way. At that time. You know, it was the height of the market. We never, never missed a payment on anything in all the time that we own the property. But the cap rates were compressed to begin with. And then when the market turned when Fannie and Freddie filed bankruptcy and the world collapsed, the cap rates started to inch back up and it's back up. And that's when we, you know, when the terms were done on some of these properties, we couldn't refinance, you know, we'd have to go back and raise more money just to refinance it, and we just, you know, non-recourse loans, which is the only way to go. We just dropped them on the bank's desk and, you know, shook hands and partner friends and you know, fortunately that's one of the nice things about multifamily investing is you know, all these other single-family homes owners were losing their shirts. It's a business. And we just moved on to the next deal, so...   Charles Dobens  05:14 Right. And so, you know, that's what's going on. Now, you're looking at some of these cap rates and the compression of these cap rates and they can't compress anymore. Now we're starting to see inflation, interest rates go up, you know, and people's investment strategies right now, is only hoping the market continues to do what it's been doing for the last 10 years. And that's not going to you know, as Paul Moore says, trees don't grow to the sky. At some point, there's going to be an adjustment, and these people are going to get caught the same way I was.   Sam Wilson  05:46 Is there any type of financing that you're afraid of right now?   Charles Dobens  05:49 Oh, well, you know, you see these interest only's. And when there's no amortization, okay, that's fine. But you're seeing the interest rates starting to creep up. It's really not any type of financing. It's just not underwriting conservatively enough, not stressing your underwriting, such that your deal is going to survive if cap rates start to release and when interest rates start to go up. If your deal can't survive, that you might want to just sit back and wait.   Sam Wilson  06:17 What are you on an exit cap? What are you having people plug in as a general number right now?   Charles Dobens  06:24 Well, general number is about 10 basis points per year. So you know, if it's if you're going to hold it for five years, looking at least half a percent higher cap rate, that's a textbook, that's like just right out of the gate textbook. But what you have to think about is interest rates are going up. We already know that. Now, I see some of these gurus out saying no, that's okay. You know, you're locked in at this particular interest rate. It's not you that's going to have the problem. It's the person you have to sell the property to, right, that is the problem. And that problem is going to become yours. If they can't purchase that property at the valuation that you created your exit strategy at, you're going to lose. And you know, I tell you, I was, I don't know if you know Corneilous Cannon. And he has this event called the shark pool. And I'm one of the sharks where I evaluate other people's deals. These guys get on there and start talking about their portfolio and they're talking about this new deal coming up. And they see Yeah, we have a property in Lexington, Kentucky, blah blah, and I'm looking at on the screen. I'm looking at the properties. Wait a minute, what's that property right there? Oh, yeah, that's a property in Lexington. I said, Oh, and then the guy goes out and say, Well, yeah, we've really stressed it. But we don't feel as though interest rates will climb so much. That'll really devastate the property. We still think everything's gonna be fine. And I said, I just felt like the old guy. Okay, let me tell you a story. I said, back in 2008, a month before Fannie and Freddie went bankrupt. I purchased a 222-unit apartment complex in Lexington, Kentucky. And right away, Sam, you can see the both of their eyes, like bugged out, because they knew I'm talking about their property. I said, and they said to you buy Preakness, I said, I own that property right before it crashed. Nobody saw anything coming. I had to give that property back to the bank. And as I'm on the call the shark pool with them, I'm pulling up the costar report. And you can clearly see, I bought it for seven and a half million, gave it back to the bank, they sold it to somebody for 3 million a year later, that guy sold it to these guys like three years later for 7 million. So that guy between me and them walked away with 4 million bucks in the bank because he was patient, and he waited. And sometimes, you know, I look at that deal of like I lost my shirt on that deal. And this guy made 4 million bucks. It's crazy.   Sam Wilson  08:43 What were those buyers other than paying 7 million bucks for, what are the things that did not take into account besides rising interest rates?   Charles Dobens  08:52 Oh, wait, those people, the people that were on the shark pool? Well, oh, I don't know, when they bought it for the 7 million they could have bought it... If they bought it three years ago, four years ago, bravo. They're gonna make a killing on that property, good for them. But you know, if they bought it last week, they might have been paying top dollar for it and interest rates are on the climb. And you know, Lexington, Lexington is a good market, but it's, you know, a secondary, tertiary market. And so we got to sit back and wait, I hope they have a long... what you have to do. Okay, so getting back to your question about what the problem with loans today, the only thing that I would be very leery about whenever I'm looking at getting into any type of financing today is you need a longer-term than usual. Don't bring me a three or five-year deal. I'm not interested. You know, not only that, but some of the investors that I work with aren't interested either because they're looking for places to park their money right now to take advantage of what's going to happen with inflation.   Sam Wilson  09:45 Right. And I guess that would eliminate you, you know, from the ever very popular bridge debt that people are using right now.   Charles Dobens  09:52 Yeah, you know, but that's okay. Bridge debts. Okay. If it's a true value add if you're just trying to do bridge debt just to get into the deal. No, no, no, no, that's not the way to do this. I mean, if you have to do an interest-only just to make your numbers work, and then you're going to, you know, convert in three years or so none No, no, don't do that you're overpaying for the property. I know you can fix anything on a multifamily deal except overpaying for the property. So just don't do it. You're better off walking away, waiting a couple of years and picking up that type of property on when somebody else loses their shirt on it.   Sam Wilson  10:24 Yeah, which may yet happen other than putting in a 10 basis points a year what you said is just a bare minimum as an increase in the exit cap rate. What other things are you guys underwriting? What things are you doing? You feel like you're unique that your underwriting, they're kind of keeping you guys out of potential hot water?   Charles Dobens  10:40 You know, one of the things is being a lot more conservative on the rental increases, I'm going to sticking around to 3% is going to be the top number. You know, and if you listened, I did a podcast with Ivy Zelman. The woman is brilliant. She saw the 2008 crash coming. I had her on my podcast, I said it you know, this is different than 2000. And we're not going to have the same problems we had back in 2008. And I said it's you know, we have much more sound underwriting, the demand for our product is so high. And then she just kind of laid me flat which says we are already overbuilt. And I said I'd be Wait, what Whoa. I mean, I've got a waiting lists. You look at all these properties, 100% occupancy. This is a note we are already overbuilt. If you go look at all the starts that are on paper that are supposed to happen in the next three years. It exceeds demand. And we are already overbuilt. And like wow, okay. That's interesting. And yeah, so she kind of like laid me flat with some of the statistics that she had Zelman associates.com. And, yeah, it just hurt what she said made me open up my eyes. And one thing that she said, Sam, that just as a.... she says, all of these homes, there's high demand for homes where you know, you're bidding way over price. The reason why this is happening is many of these home purchases are not first home buyers, or first homeowners, meaning these are their second homes, and sometimes their third homes. And so these people are buying homes now, they own three homes, and I own three homes sitting there listening to tell me the story. And I'm thinking to myself, Wow, and when the market changes, when interest rates go up, when things started to tighten up, you're gonna see people starting to dump those second and third homes to protect themselves. And that's when it's going to come really home to roost.   Sam Wilson  12:23 Right? Yeah. When the market gets flooded with inventory. Yeah, back to the old days, supply and demand, it's gonna hurt us all. So absolutely. Tell me about a time or money mistake you've made? Or maybe it cost you both time and money.   Charles Dobens  12:38 Okay, let me see. So many of them. But you know, one thing that I found out the hard way early on in my multifamily world, was how assumptions work. If you buy a property on an assumption, you're doing that seller a huge favor, that guy ought to be kissing your behind at the closing table to get... because one of the things about an assumption is the replacement reserves. So if this guy has been on the property for last three to five years, and he's been banking the replacement reserves, you know, instead of using it to build up his collateral and protect the collateral, he's been banking it, now he's got $100,000 in the replacement reserves. Do you know what happens that money at the closing table?   Sam Wilson  13:26 Becomes his.    Charles Dobens  13:27 It's his. And you know, what you have to do?    Sam Wilson  13:29 Put in the replacement reserves.   Charles Dobens  13:31 That just... if you were doing a new money purchase, would you have to do that? No, you wouldn't have to come up with another $100,000. On day one, just because this guy didn't spend a dime on his property for the last five years. That's crazy. So I make sure now in all my letters of intent, that one of the things if it's an assumption is the seller has to spend that reserve down to zero or transferred to me at closing. That's the number one thing. And the other thing too is. The problem with assumptions is when you're negotiating an assumption, there's always a third party at the negotiating table. And sometimes that third party is silent, right up until the closing date. So on one assumption that I did I negotiated was 12% down. All I had to come up with was 12%. And that, what a great negotiator, I am looking at me go. And my returns were phenomenal. Two weeks before closing, the bank comes back and says, Hey, we noticed that you're putting only 12% down, that's not going to work for us. You need to put more skin in the game, you need to put down 20%. And I was like, Well, how can I do that? I've got a contract. I've got a purchase price. You've got a fixed mortgage amount. The difference is only 12%. Where do you expect me to put this 8%? They said, great question. You know what we are, we're a bank. And you're going to put it with us. And you are let it sit there and it's just going to sit there you can't spend on the property. We just want that there. And so I had to come up with an additional eight percent two weeks before the closing, I lose my earnest money. And that was, you know, had I known, if I had to do the assumption, if I didn't have to do the assumption, everything would have been fine. But because I had to do the assumption, I had to come up with that extra money that just sat in a bank account, I mean, it just killed the cash on cash return, because it's additional money in with no return on it. And it was a terrible deal. And the other thing, too, is, you know, so now I have a provision to protect myself in my off LOIs, that state, if the bank changes any of the economic terms, I get to walk, right, here's the thing about this, Sam, is that you go back and you read any contract with a bank, any mortgage, and any note, it clearly states the deal will be is assumable with no change in the economic terms, it says that right there. But you know who the third party is at the table? It's a bank and banks change contracts every time, anytime they want. So that's something that I found out very early on, and that cost me a lot of money. It killed the deal for me. Yeah. So that lay on top of that. Oh, here's another one. Let me give you another one. Same deal. And because this assumption went on for five months, the bank just dragged their feet. It was Wachovia. Okay, do you remember the nickname from Wachovia? No, walk all over? You walk all over you? Yeah, right. That's why they're no longer in business. So it took them forever. But here's the mistake I made early on in a contract is that I was only allowed to inspect the property in the first 30 days. After that, I'm done. I can't inspect it anymore. So for the next four months, whatever happened on that property, I couldn't go on and see it. So now my contract, say, Hey, I got to see it right up until the end, right after the closing date, I can get in there. And so we kept getting from him certified rent rolls, showing that the property was 96% occupied right up until the closing date. 30 days later, I'm calling up my property management company screaming saying, Hey, guys, you gotta go knock on doors, you've only collected 50%of  the rents this month, I need more. He goes, Charlie, there's no money left to collect from I said, No, there was 96% occupancy when we took over Charlie, I've never seen a case of fraud so badly in my life. And I said, Wait a minute, you can't just throw out the term fraud, you got to give me some evidence. He said, Charlie, I found the evidence for you. And they faxed me over eight leases. And these eight leases, you could tell that the previous property management company had taken these leases and just photocopied them, because the same white out was in the same place on all eight, and three of the eight, they forgot to change the name of the property for my property. And it was the name of a property that the owner owned down the street. So that was a perfect example of phantom leases. The property never recovered. That was a disaster. So yeah, thanks for bringing that back up. Sam, I really appreciate you making me walk down that memory lane, buddy.   Sam Wilson  18:00 You know, but those are the things that I think there was a value in having a mentor having a coach having someone looking over your shoulder doing this. I don't know how many hundreds of 1000s or millions that may have cost you. But it's that one mistake that I think that's all you need when you bring somebody like yourself on board to say, Hey, buddy, don't do that.   Charles Dobens  18:20 Yeah, absolutely. As Bill Gates: success is a lousy teacher. And if I'm able to keep my clients, my students out of bad deals, and they do everything right. And, you know, part of what I do with my students is I remove the exuberance from the decision making, you know, they're all excited to read that oh, well, let's do this is gonna be right as it now this one's a bad deal. No, you don't understand. Oh, yes, I do. Oh, yes, you know, so that's the key.   Sam Wilson  18:49 Right. And so on that front, are you strictly doing, you know, the coaching and helping your students? Are you also an active investor yourself?   Charles Dobens  18:57 Oh, yeah, I'm an active investor. But the thing is that I invest my students' deals, but I use my own money. I don't cut a deal where, you know, like, if I, you know, you hire me on I keep a certain percentage of the deals that I do for your No, no, that one could get me in big trouble with the bar association because even though I'm not their attorney, I still have to, you know, live by the canon of ethics of a lawyer. And if I can't give objective, legal advice or advice, if they know that the advice I'm giving them is contingent upon whether I'm going to get paid or not, then you know, any advice I give is construed, could be construed as bad advice, because it's not objective. I have to always remain objective, arm's length. So I but I do invest in some my students deals, I see some good ones. And I definitely want to get my money in on those deals. So yeah.   Sam Wilson  19:45 For sure, I mean, that's the two things that this industry revolves around, deals and money, and, you know, when you find a good deal, it's time to get in. What's something you're curious about right now?   Charles Dobens  19:55 Oh, you know, I guess the thing that I'm most curious about is the future are, you know, I'm excited about I love that... Dan Sullivan has a saying he says old is your desire for days in the past is greater than your desire for days in the future. And I think about when the doctor came in and told my dad at 82 years old that he was you know, he had like 24 hours left. His first reaction was, darn it. I just wanted 10 more years. And I like man, that's the attitude I want to have on my deathbed. I was like, Man, I just want to keep going. I'm having too much fun. So I'm curious about the future. I'm so looking forward to it. You know, whatever God gives you. I love that saying the first casualty of 911. from the floor, Fire Department in New York. The first firefighter was the chaplain. I mean, this is how they're saying it. He was hit by debris. And they said, you know, on his eulogy, they said, he said, You want to make God laugh. Tell him what you're going to do tomorrow. Yeah.   Sam Wilson  20:52 Right. Yeah, that's pretty good. I love it. Tell me a book you're reading right now.   Charles Dobens  20:56 I'm reading so many of them. So I do audible. I have Book of the Month Club for my students. We're having it this past coming up. It's an oldie but a goodie. It's Ready, Fire, Aim by Michael Masterson. And it's, I tell you that one is... I watched so many... I teach my students that multifamily is a sales and marketing business. And I set them up with a CRM with 1000 properties in it in their marketplace, I set them up with a VA, I give them all the tools to be a success. But they have to understand that if they don't realize that their job is sales and marketing, they'll never make it in this business. And the whole thing that Michael Masterson talks about is, you know, so many new entrepreneurs are so concerned about their website, about the logo, about the business cards, and they never think about who the customers. And so that is from Ready, Fire, Aim. That's that one I just did right now willpower, and what's the one on willpower by Benjamin Hardy can't remember the full title. But that's a good one. That one teaches you that willpower has less to do about you than it does about the environment that you're in. So set yourself up in an environment that you can achieve success. Another great one that I'm doing is Mauro Guillén, this one... You hear me talking about multiple books, I'm switching at Audible all the time going back and forth, especially because you take a book like 2030 by Mauro Guillén, this is like the follow up to Big Shifts Ahead, which is another great book, but Big Shifts Ahead was written from for the period about 2015 to 2025, talking about what's going on in the marketplace, I had that that author on my podcast as well. So obviously, we're coming up to 2025, the next book behind is 2030. And the thing that he says in that book, which I so agree with, is that the definition of an entrepreneur is virtually the exact same definition as an immigrant, when you look at the two that I mean, that's why for this country to survive, with all the trillions that we're spending, the only way we're able to survive this ridiculous spending program from our government. The only way is by bringing on having a very exuberant immigration policy, bringing in the best and the brightest from around the world. That's the only way this country is going to survive. Otherwise, we're just going to implode I can keep going, man, I got so many great books. I'm always grabbing you know, little kernels out of them. But those are the three that this so far this week I've already been into.   Sam Wilson  23:18 Absolutely love it. Charles, thank you for your time today. I've had an absolute blast learning how you coach your students, you taking the time to really, you know, tell us the hard learned, hard earned mistakes, what those have taught you, and how not to repeat them. You know, you've given us obviously some great reading material there and yeah, man, I've certainly really enjoyed this conversation so...   Charles Dobens  23:41 So did I get a shirt? Did I qualify for a shirt?    Sam Wilson  23:43 You did.   Charles Dobens  23:49 I bet you you look awesome.   Sam Wilson  23:53 Charles, if our listeners want to get in touch with you, what is the best way to do that?   Charles Dobens  23:56 mutifamilyos.com, Multifamily Operating System but the website is multifamily os.com tracked me down there and we can chat more or multifamilyinvestingacademy.com. That's the parent agency of the multifamily OS program. And the best way to get a hold of me.   Sam Wilson  24:12  Awesome, Charles, thanks for your time. I appreciate it.    Charles Dobens  24:15 Thanks, Sam. Good to see you, man.    Sam Wilson  24:16 Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen, if you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories so appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.

At The Yard: A Philadelphia Phillies Podcast
Offense way down across MLB as Phillies get no-hit

At The Yard: A Philadelphia Phillies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 15:28


The Phillies and Mets play 7 times in the span of 9 games and the first meeting Friday night resulted in the Phillies being no-hit. Yikes. What was the mood in the clubhouse afterward?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Purpose of Motherhood
64. Strategies for Stress and Overwhelm with Taylor Irby

The Purpose of Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 27:55


Have you ever felt completely overwhelmed and anxious? The dog is barking, the toddler is screaming, and the floor is covered in laundry. Suddenly you find yourself screaming at your family! Yikes! We've all been there. On this podcast, Taylor Irby gives us tools and strategies to help overcome feeling of anxiousness when we are faced with stress. Connect with Taylor at http://www.taylorirbycoaching.com/, on Insta and FB: Taylor Irby Coaching, or on YouTube: Taylor Irby Coaching. www.connectedfamilies.org The Opposite of Worry.

Salad With a Side of Fries
Nutrition Nugget: Smoothies

Salad With a Side of Fries

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 11:39


Nutrition Nugget! Bite-size, bonus episodes offering tips, tricks, and approachable science. This week, we're talking about smoothies. Fundamentally smoothies can be great. They can help us get a lot of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Smoothies can act as a compliment to the rest of our food choices and add variety to our diet. But smoothies can also be a giant trap! Smoothies aren't inherently healthy or nutritious; some pack more sugar than an ice cream sundae. Yikes! Here's how to build your best smoothie. Like what you're hearing? Be sure to check out the full-length episodes; new releases every Wednesday. Have an idea for a nutrition nugget? Submit it here: https://asaladwithasideoffries.com/index.php/contact/     RESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries Instagram

Minimalist Tech
91 - Quiting Caffeine, YIKES!!!

Minimalist Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 23:13


For entertainment purposes only. I quit caffeine cold turket for a month here is how I did it successfully. As successful as it was I also share my general experience. The good, the bad, the ugly. I like doing experiments like this where I challenge myself about what I need and don't need. And this one was a curveball of an experience. I'm not sure what I expected but this was rough in hindsight for me personally. Let me know your thoughts.

Future Bachelor
Episode 212 | “After the Contract”

Future Bachelor

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 59:28


Si & Veronica are feeling better for episode 212! Susie and Clayton have finally made it to Virginia (which is for lovers)! We talk at length about how Bach Nation contestants are circling back to the trend of having books like many “pre-influencer” contestants and leads did. With contracts ending, more and more contestants are taking to podcasts and IG Live to do AMAs on their experience on the franchise. Chelsea Vaughn from Matt James' season saved her Live and spilled the tea on if she was in her feelings at all on BIP and how her and Rachael Kirkconnell stayed friends through her scandal.  (Bachelor talk ends at time marker 26m:02s) Last weekend concluded Coachella, which means your feeds shouldn't be filled with girls in crochet bikinis in the desert anymore. Harry Styles brought out pal Lizzo for the second weekend set and Billie Eilish brought out her (and Vee's) idol, Hayley Williams. Elon Musk officially has bought twitter for $44 million. CinemaCon revealed that Bad Bunny will star in a Spider-Man movie as El Muerto. It's Barbie's world and we are just living in it… or we will be when the movie drops next year as more sneak peeks of Margot Robbie in the titular role have been released. How will Greta Gerwig make America's favorite doll her own? Kim Kardashian finally admitted to photoshopping True's face over Stormi's, which just goes to show the meticulous posting nature of the Kardashian-Jenners. Vee went “Yikes!” to the Amber Heard and Johnny Depp trial as a whole, as well as to Mike Tyson being antagonized to the point of punching a fellow plane passenger. Join us for what is always a good time and leave us a rating and review for a shoutout! Follow us @thefuturebachelor on Instagram! Thanks to you all who have subscribed! -- For fun, great music updated weekly, follow FUTURE BACHELOR on Spotify!   ***SLAPPER OF THE WEEK*** "2step" by Ed Sheeran, Lil Baby -- Follow us on Instagram!

NBA Straya
Wed Apr 27: Playoffs Day 11 – a Mikal Bridges Masterpiece + Wolves-Grizzlies Game-Winner & Heat Bounce Hawks (Ep 804)

NBA Straya

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 59:02


Absolute CHAOS today, with Mikal Bridges painting his masterpiece against the Pelicans, an EPIC ending to Wolves-Grizzlies with an insane game-saver beaten by a game-winner, and the Heat mercifully bounced the Hawks, with Trae Young being wiped off the floor once again by Miami. Also, the latest on the Ben Simmons saga. Yikes. Wicked times! We've got the latest NBA NEWS, and wrap the games from today in the NBA STRAYA GAME WRAPS. There's also THAT'S NOT A KNIFE, OLD MATE NO MATES, SPUD OF THE NIGHT, PANTSING OF THE EVENING and BETTER THAN LONZO BALL!! There's YEAH NAHs -- If the Pels had Ja instead of Zion, would they be favourites? Will Adam Silver slip Ja Morant a bit of cash to go in the dunk comp next year? -- UNPOPULAR OPINION OF THE DAY and an OUTBACK TAKEHOUSE... As well as the STRAYAN PLAYER WATCH & PATTY MILLS INSPIRATION BOARD, and a BONUS SHANE HEAL SHOOTERS SHOOT SHOOT YOUR SHOT LIGHT EM UP AWARD along with a GREAT MOMENT IN NBA Straya STAT HISTORY. AND a pick & preview for Game 5s in Bulls-Bucks and Nuggets-Warriors! TWO ELIMINATION GAMES! Thanks for listening, love yas! enjoy.

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn
Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - April 24, 2022 - HR 2

Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 38:38


Desantis Defeating Woke Disney. Mickey Mouse suffers PR debacle, stock down $50 Billion over the past month. Textbook case of how Republicans should be using power. Exactly how "our democracy" is supposed to work. So why are some RINOS feeling uncomfortable? Meanwhile, JD Vance earns Trump's endorsement for Senate in Ohio. Sampling Vance's solid Ohio Rally speech, finally dropping our skepticism. Analyzing the strange case of Taylor Lorenz, media hack who last week claimed personal PTSD victimhood from online harassment -- but who this week has personally doxxed and harassed the invaluable "LibsOfTikTok" Twitter account. Lee Smith explains Lorenz as "the public face of the intelligence apparatus." Making sense now? Space Cadet Kamala offers deep thoughts about outer "space." Yikes. Stammering Biden marvels over "our natural wonders" and follows orders from the Easter Bunny. Biden also achieves the second-lowest presidential approval numbers since the 1950s. Nice. Plus, listening to Leftist educators sing: "We're coming for your children." Yeah, no thanks. With Listener Calls. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.