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The Democrats Are In Complete Disarray
"The Democrats are in complete, disarray. They don't have the votes to raise taxes, Biden sort of confirmed last night. They don't have the votes to give away free college. Joe Manchin is holding firm the Democrats are hoping you'll pay attention to January 6th or vaccine mandates. Because they want to distract you from the dumpster fire that today's Democrat party is.
Disney World's Hall of Presidents Is Not Kind to Donald Trump
"Pictures. I was at Disney last week. And saw the hall of presidents. Incidentally, Disney shamelessly skips past Trump in a film Montage. They do for like they do almost every president from like John Kennedy forward, but like little clips of things they said, but they skip Trump. Classy moved Disney. Keep it classy. But he is up there on stage, you know? And the hall of presidents is always a cool exhibit. They've got all of the animatronic presidents and they're out there nodding and bowing and blinking their eyes. And Trump actually looks good. They've got a new Trump when he was president. He looked like he looked a little bit like Bette Midler. I mean, it was bizarre. He didn't look anything like Trump. Now he looks just like Trump now that he's not talking.
An 'Utterly Incoherent' Joe Biden Mocks Freedom During CNN Town Hall
"Joe Biden was utterly incoherent last night. He didn't give a coherent response or make sense at all. I mean, it was quite the night. And I suffered through this thing and watched it and broke out in a cold sweat. Thinking if this guy gets that call at three in the morning, you know, the call that they always did Hillary talked about are you ready to take the call? We're in some big trouble. We're in big trouble. Kissing goodbye, 'cause lord knows what this guy's capable of doing. I mean, I hope there's enough people around him that are like pushing him into the next room and telling him what to say 'cause when he is one on one like that on a stage, it is utterly terrifying. Terrifying. I mean, here he is mocking freedom. Mocking people who are reluctant to get the vaccine. And he literally mocks freedom. Now, I've never heard a president do this before.
Senate Republicans Block Democrats' Voting and Elections Bill
"Yesterday was victory again. For the Republicans against the miserable Democrat effort to have a federal takeover of our elections. Yesterday afternoon, Republicans stood united and blocked the dubiously named for the people act or the freedom to vote act or all these crazy crappy little flowery names, the nefarious diabolical Dems used to try to hijack our election process. So good news, the Democrats biggest push to federally take over our election failed. Again, mainstream media won't report it that way, but that's exactly what happened. Here's the headline from NPR. You can see right through it. Democrats biggest push for voting rights fails with no Republicans on board. Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell led opposition among Republicans to a voting rights bill that centrist Democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia hoped to corral GOP votes for. Well, nice
Don't You Dare Call Mike and Tell Him You're Not Going to Vote
"And one of the craziest things anybody could say is that we don't have momentum and we shouldn't vote next year. So I've got a brand new rule on the Mike Gallagher show. Don't call this show and tell me you're not going to vote next year because I'm going to hang up on you. The country needs to be shaved. And we're going to do it through the election process. And when you say Republicans aren't doing enough to ensure election integrity, what the heck do you think the Republicans on Capitol Hill did yesterday? They stood unanimous. They were firm. They stood tall, and they rejected this garbage. Republicans are fighting for election integrity. And Americans are standing against the
General Electric Workers Stage Walkout to Protest Vaccine Mandate
"General Electric employees in Greenville, South Carolina. Planning a big turnout for a walkout. With their position being. We don't believe that a mandated vaccination is something that we can live with. And that's happening all over the country. I saw numbers yesterday, Derek fact check this for me, but I saw it on TV last night. Do you know the percentage of New York City firefighters? Paramedics, EMTs, and police officers? Who are so far not vaccinated? You know it's like 40%, hey, New York. What are you going to do? You're going to lose 40% of all of your first responders? Are you crazy? Americans are saying enough is enough. The madness must stop.
Confused Joe Biden Claims He Served as Vice President for 36 Years
"The Democrats have fallen apart. There's poor Joe Biden standing there and scratching yesterday babbling about having been vice president for 36 years. We got a guy at the helm who says things like that. If you saw it, it was pitiful. You know it. You cringed. You tried to look away. At the poor old guy who doesn't even know what time it
Big changes in White House ideas to pay for $2 trillion plan
"With the clock ticking toward a self imposed deadline the White House is offering to shift off a key component of how to pay for president Joe Biden's two trillion dollar social services and climate package the White House is prepared to keep the corporate tax rate at twenty one percent shelving a hike to twenty six point five percent favored by many Democrats for companies earning more than five billion dollars a year instead there would be a new tax on gains of those with more than one billion dollars in assets in his hometown of Scranton Pennsylvania Wednesday Biden was sounding confident this is been declared dead on arrival from the moment I introduced but I think we're going to surprise them but the clock is ticking democratic leaders in Congress want agreement by week's end Mike Rossio Washington
Disrespect: There’s No Other Way to Describe How Little the Biden Administration Thinks of the American People
"The New York Post editorial board had posted a great editorial. It's fairly brief. But honing in on that word disrespect, the post writes, there's no other way to describe how little the Biden administration and Democrats in general think of the American people. Asked about secret late night shuttling of illegal immigrants to various parts of the country. White House spokesperson Jen Psaki made a joke about the flight times saying they were earlier than you might like. Ashton got a supply chain crisis, upsetting the economy and driving up inflation. She quipped that it was the tragedy of the treadmill that's delayed. Americans care about how many illegals are being led into the country. The White House crew doesn't care. It's not a law or rule. They want to enforce. Americans care about whether they'll be able to buy holiday gifts and how much they're paying for groceries. Democratic officials don't care, it doesn't affect them, Psaki thinks you're waiting on a peloton when you're trying to feed your kids. How infuriatingly insultingly out of touch they are. Writes the New York Post editorial board. So Kamala Harris takes a jet and a gas guzzling SUV to lecture us about climate change. President Biden wished for scolds us about COVID, then walks maskless through a restaurant. The rules aren't for them, of course. And the media wonder, who are the deplorables who vote against these betters? Who would reject this obviously superior course? Who will kick the Democrats out of their majority next fall? The post says it's that great swath of America that is sick of being patronized by these arrogant elites. It's not a joke, Jen Psaki, no one is
Jen Psaki Laughs Off Supply Chain Question
"Day, strap on the armor, we're ready for battle. Although the battle is one for America's soul, we are, man, we are in it, aren't we? Jen Psaki stated that the presidential at The White House press secretary podium yesterday laughing at the supply chain crisis, mocking the process of sending illegals into the United States in the middle of the night on flights. Chartered planes, never seen anything like this. And in the middle of all this, we've got the pandemic that it feels like Americans are saying, you know enough, I have to live my life. I'm going to take my chances. I'm going to be careful where I need to be careful, but I'm going to do what's right for me. For the left, that's not good enough.
Mike Receives His 2nd Johnson and Johnson Vaccine
"Yesterday, I got the second Johnson & Johnson shot. Not everybody agrees with my decision. But even the people who disagree with my decision, at least in our world, my audience seems to understand that was my decision to make with my doctor. In full consultation with my very research, happy doctor. That that was the right thing for me to do. And incidentally, I'm feeling great, got the second Johnson & Johnson, apparently was the same full dose is the first, which kind of surprised me. I thought a booster was only a portion of it, but what do I know? That's why my doctor went to medical school. That's why I pay him. That's why I go to my doctor. I'm not going to try to fix my engine. I'm going to take it to the car dealer. I'm going to take it to the mechanic. I don't know how to fix the engine. I don't know what I should put in my body. That's why I go to my doctor. And he's got a lot of letters behind his name. And he believed that for me, a 61 year old, healthy, slightly overweight, white man, the second Johnson & Johnson shot was for me, and I got it, and I'm feeling fine.
Biden Less Favorable Than Trump Among American Voters
"Wow, this Jen Psaki is something huh? Laughing at the question about the supply chain crisis? The tragedy of the treadmill. In that funny. We're not laughing, Jen. Americans aren't laughing at this disastrous administration. Could it be a poll came out yesterday, Biden has now plummeted to a poll number that shows he's less favorable among American voters than Trump. Trump now has a higher favorability rating than Joe Biden. According to the latest quinnipiac university poll that came out yesterday,
Psaki Defends Biden for Violating DC Mask Mandate: 'Let's Not Focus on a Moment in Time'
"But here are some good ones. Moment in time shock you said, what a joke. Everything is a moment in time. Breaking a mask mandate moment in time, leaving people stranded in Afghanistan. Moment in time. Bringing the country to its knees, moment in time. But the Democrats moment in time is running out. 2022, 2024, getting closer and closer. Let's go
Liberals Pounce After Dennis Prager Tests Positive for COVID-19
"My friend and colleague Dennis prager is on a journey. Dennis announced yesterday he asked COVID. He did his radio show from home. He's quarantined. He and his family have COVID. As many people I know have had COVID. Dennis is not real fond of the vaccine journey. He is not apparently taking the vaccine and as a result when news broke the dentist tested positive for COVID, social media sort of erupted. They just had a field day yesterday. Joy and delight with Dennis prager. COVID positive. I that great odds karma hopey dies are that ha ha ha won't be I won't be sad if he died horrible stuff. Evil, that doesn't surprise you. I know. Here's the headline over at the blaze. Liberals pounce after Dennis prager says he's tested positive for the coronavirus. The 73 year old prager discussed the various medical treatments he'd been taking, including hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin. He also said, what made headlines was that he I think sort of playfully or maybe seriously, I don't know, said that it was he wants to get natural immunity, so he engaged with strangers constantly hugging them, taking photos with them knowing that I was making myself very susceptible to getting COVID, which is indeed as bizarre as it sounded. What I wanted in the hope that I would achieve natural immunity and be taken care of by Therapeutics that is exactly what
YouTube Keeps Trying to Shut Us Down
"But YouTube twice now has shut us down. They've banned Sebastian gorka for life. Doctor gorka, former Trump administration official, terrific radio host. Great writer, great voice. Solid conservative YouTube banned him. Forever. Now, what are his crimes? I guess they're the same crimes we had. We played a Trump cut a few weeks ago. They talked about election integrity. Can't do that. YouTube doesn't tolerate that. They took us down, said we were guilty of election misinformation. Before that, we played the clip months ago of an Atlanta school board mom, railing against the mask mandate. All we did was play the clip. YouTube took us down. We were guilty of COVID mission. They don't tolerate any other point of view. And it's sickening, but it's a tough position to be in because as our company is pouring money and investing into this TV product, which we think looks pretty good. Check it out for yourself. Go to Mike online dot com to watch the stream or rumble? I prefer you're gonna rumble because I like seeing an alternative to YouTube. So watch the show on rumble. But YouTube is short of whether we like or not kind of part of the package.
Bari Weiss Tells Brian Stelter How 'the World Has Gone Mad'
"The hour, want you to hear there's some pretty powerful exchange between bari. Barry Weiss, this is pretty interesting story. She was once one of The New York Times is top writers. But as registered points out, she was harassed and bullied by other employees of the highly woke New York Times. She finally resigned. And then she spilled the beans on The New York Times toxic work environment, and the complete intolerance of non left wing thought. She's not a conservative, but she just does not somebody more of an independent writer as I understand it. So listen to this exchange she had with Brian stelter over the weekend on CNN. You know, when you have the chief reporter on the beat of COVID for The New York Times talking about how questioning or pursuing the question of the lab leak is racist, the world has gone mad. When you're not able to say out loud and in public that there are differences between men and women, the world has gone mad. When we're not allowed to acknowledge that rioting is rioting and it is bad. And that silence is not violence, but violence is violence, the world has gone mad. When we're not able to say that Hunter Biden's laptop is a story worth pursuing the world has gone that, when in the name of progress, young school children, as young as kindergarten, are being separated in public schools because of their race. And that is called progress rather than segregation, the world has gone
Colin Powell, First Black Secretary of State, Dies at 84 From COVID-19 Amid Cancer Battle
"Show. The first black U.S. Secretary of State and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff a major political historic cultural figure has died at the age of 84, general Colin Powell died of complications from COVID-19, according to his family. Of course, lots of controversy during his career. He went before the UN Security Council made the case for war against Iraq. He, of course, reveal himself to be an Obama supporter and to many of us who at one point thought he might be a viable Republican candidate for office, that was all scuttled when he confirmed that he was essentially a liberal. And our political differences with colon Powell don't change our respect for his life and his legacy and most important the pain and grief that his family is feeling at his loss.
People on the Left Are So Angry and Mean-Spirited
"I've been thinking a lot about the way people on the left are so angry, mean spirited, hateful, hurtful. So unhappy and if somebody they disagree with politically dies, they don't hold back. They just express their delight that somebody has lost their life. In fact, it happened with conservative radio hosts a number of whom passed away from COVID and the angry mean spirited left had a field day with that. They really couldn't contain their almost joyful reaction. To the deaths of loved ones. Somebody's loved one. Somebody's husband, somebody's father, somebody's grandfather. And my friend Joe Piscopo. That's always sounds fun to say, 'cause obviously he's a big deal and a famous guy and he's the morning host in New York. I've gotten to know him over the years that he and I share the microphone at a.m. 9 70. The answer in New York City, Joe, who is this gracious guy and he's this humble, gracious person. And a just a proud American, he loves his country, he's made it quite a journey from kind of a traditional, almost a blue dog Democrat to a very staunch conservative guy. But he's got this wit and this charm and this grace about him, and he always says that a lot of people on the left are just mean. They're just, they're just nasty. Tracey on our team, she pointed out, they're unhappy people, and they want everybody to be unhappy with them. And so that's what leads many people on the left to do something as mean spirited as celebrate somebody's death or say nasty things about them. Well, we don't do that.
"$2" Discussed on 990 The Answer
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"$2" Discussed on KTOK
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"$2" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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They're suffering right now. Yeah they really are all right. Yeah we're going to switch gears. Lighten things up a little bit with our relationship. Tuesday talk so kris jenner. You know she's reality star of keeping up with the car dash and she's the mom of the kardashians well. She's reportedly planning an extravagant two million dollar wedding j to corey gamble. Okay corey have been dating for seven years. And she is twenty five years older than he core. Yes so j. I have no go on chris. The lady like go on chris fast so yes so j you know i have to ask you like what is wedding etiquette for your third marriage. Should you keep it small. Can the bride. Where why you know things like that. Joe ponce this real quick experience. Man man team the etiquette. You should have don't do you don't you. Okay you if you if a if a b if a beast on you twice and you know where the beads are. Don't walk your ass over there with the b.'s. Don't do it again. don't do it do. I don't encourage nobody when i say nobody. Nobody my biggest thing. I wanna do. I don't have the nerve to do is to see an outside wedding. I would never do it. But i always think about doing is an outside winning going on right. Now they're having a ceremony. And i wanna pull up in my car and get out with a megaphone. Don't do it. You wanna help that with so in that way that way. They can say you know they say. Nobody told me not to get mad. I wanna be that gap. So no don't do it. Just don't tell me would you. I don't know i don't do it. Don't don't marry. What do you mean no etiquette. He would know. Do i got. I got to look at it from couriers per speaking. Hit the board and hit the jackpot. I'm sorry oh yeah. Gordon hit the jackpot. This is one of the richest family on earth. Nine ally everybody. They're going that house craze. Everybody going from what. I went to kinda money over there. I'm willing to take that chance in there. Walk down that up. 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"$2" Discussed on Fear And Greed
"Bos Brad banducci said the current financial year could be tougher than 2021. As the supermarket fights to keep shelves stocked and doors open, around 3300 woolly staff are in isolation and around 10,000 staff are likely to be impacted by rules and New South Wales about being vaccinated if you live in a hotspot. Online demand was booming, but the group was losing sales due to out of stock lines in a three day wait for home delivery. In many staff continually have to contend with working in stores listed as exposure sites. Mister banducci comments came after he announced a 20% jump in net profit to $1.5 billion for the last financial year. Woolies will undertake a share buyback worth $2 billion using the proceeds of the sale of its liquor and gaming group, which recently listed as endeavor group, were worth share price ended up slightly yesterday. The endeavor group also reported instead underlying earnings wrap on 12 months ago when it was part of woolworth's. Earnings from alcohol and hotels jumped sharply, partly because many venues were closed the previous year, but say, I saved Donahue, said the outlook was uncertain because of the current lockdowns. It share price fell more than 2%. Capital spending bounce back during the June quarter. Private sector capital expenditure rose 4.4% much higher than forecast year on year it was up 11.5%. It looks like the reopening of the economy earlier in the year led to plenty of business investment, a key ingredient in economic growth. The bureau statistics data also shows that plans for more spending were well above last year. The figure feeds into economic growth data, due out next week. We already know that the economy will contract during the current quarter because of lockdowns. If it contracted during the June quarter, then Australia will experience technically at least a double dip recession. In other economic news, nab figures show that online retail sales jumped by more than 6% last month, led by.
"$2" Discussed on Fear And Greed
"Including American Airlines and rail group Amtrak, have already mandated vaccinations. U.S. president Joe Biden said he will stick to his plans to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by the end of this month. Despite pressure from European allies to remain, about 70,000 foreign nationals in Afghans have fled the country over the past fortnight as a Taliban took control. Japan and Taiwan will hold their first bilateral security talks tomorrow, in an effort to counter the aggressive states by China. It comes as U.S. vice president Kamala Harris while visiting the region this week, castigated China for its threatening behavior towards its neighbors. And Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau is seeking reelection, said he would impose a 3% surcharge on Canada's large banks and insurers if successful at the poll. He said that posted an extraordinary large profits through the pandemic when everyone else had to tighten their belts and should do more. Locally, a proposal for vaccine passports, which would allow fully inoculated people greater freedoms, including access to restaurants, bars, sports concerts and travel, will be presented to national cabinet tomorrow, according to media reports. The passports which would be stored digitally would operate similarly to those used in Europe, while not all states have signed on yet, business and community organizations are already supportive, Victorian health minister Martin foley said. It came as New South Wales recorded 919 new COVID cases yesterday, a new high, a reported two deaths, including a woman in her 30s. The state has now record almost 5500 cases in the past week. Health minister Brad has on, said hospitals were coping, comparing the workload to a very bad flu season, meanwhile the state premier got us very jiggly and said the government will push ahead with easing restrictions for fully vaccinated people next month. She said the vaccination, right? Not the number of daily cases, was the most important figure focus on from here. Victoria recorded 45 new cases of COVID yesterday, the third day of declining numbers. There were 9 new cases in the ACT and its lockdown will remain until at least the end of the week and New Zealand reported 63 new community cases and the rise in numbers in recent days triggered a hard border with Western Australia. The good news is a Queensland reported no new cases in the two announced yesterday turned out to be false positives. Vaccination numbers are good and getting better there were 307,000 jobs administered across the country yesterday, taking the total shots to 17.7 million. Vaccination rates are aged care residents and staff, some of the most needy in the economy are more than 88%. National Australia bank boss Ross mcewen has suggested Melbourne cup.
"$2" Discussed on Snacks Daily
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"$2" Discussed on Snacks Daily
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"$2" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
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"$2" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Tv dot com to get started. You know you and your lovely wife marjorie. Especially marjorie love fashion. Okay you've been really fly on episodes of celebrity feud if we must say so ourselves take everyone on the show. Yes cheese apparently not doing so. Let's talk about a little bit about style. tell us about your style. I mean what i like about it is it's youthful. You always tell us about your age. You don't hide your age and a lot of guys your age look but you dress youthful but you still keep it age appropriate. Let's swag you do all of that. Yeah i've always been a fan of dressing up. And i've always been like you know into fashion but i mean of course evolved over the years you know used to be strictly and i represented to urban culture for show for those time baggy pants. You know catos on all of that. And so you know as i've grown older slowly. I've always just evolved this new. I have a stylish. they're hired Over a little over a year ago and he he's more into more like fit was really out color combinations. We had a talk this year. I said i wanted to go back to some of the colors. Because of my facebook watched show they. They said we don't want you to wear shirts and ties like you did on your talk show and the first season of facebook want you to just you know you know. What would you i said. Well i could just wear what i wear when i'm not on tv. Cutting and fashion forward and so we decided to go back to a little bit more colors more different fabrics that i would wear if i was just Now celebrity family feud unconscious decision was made was to go back to the colors kings of comedy colors but but with the new tailor fit and then we did some more fabrics. We started doing a lot of monotones and stuff like that. He accused strategy. You serious intention. Yeah yeah you know what i mean and it's fun to watch it happen. You know this new status is really smart to was out. And what's not and everything that's out ain't for me so i just really making my own like you said you know. I keep it age appropriate. 'cause i am sixty four years old ever coming up in thirty four minutes after the hour. We'll talk about summertime. It is upon us right after this. You're listening.
"$2" Discussed on Pivot
"You. Ninety is rough. And i think it's incredible to warren buffett has been as i you know i it. He's not only an impressive man. What's incredible is how impressive. He is a ninety. Yeah so far. The fact he's stepping back and doesn't feel the need to get on a plane and go to board meetings four times a year. We're word brother. Well not had dinner with a couple of years ago two years ago and he was very lively. Although you could just see you know. I was like i wonder how elderly just you know. I mean he was definitely slower but then he ate. You know a plate of meat as big as my stuff on my plate. So i felt like all right. Okay like in live lively as can be but definitely. It's an interesting thing. I think it'll be interesting. Where the gates foundation goes with this You know melinda has her own stuff that she's going to be working on and obviously gates. Dedicated is life the gates foundation and both of them have. And so you know working together is going to be especially Looks like a pretty acrimonious divorce. Considering you know doesn't necessarily have to be given there so much money to go around but it doesn't look like a pretty divorce sure. And so it'll be interesting this. The gates foundation has been the most important philanthropy of this. This is a big deal it is. I don't quite know what i don't know anything about it. But it's definitely it's gonna assume it's going to settle out at some point. Be the bill gates foundation essentially But who knows and then they have children and we'll see how involved they are in this older children. I mean are children. I think it's going to be just fine. I think my understanding is it's always had a reputation. I remember meeting patty stonecipher. Like fifteen years ago when she was really impressive woman and she was running at at the time my sense have great management and i think they both have a vested interest in it regardless of what happens between them around them. I think they have a vested interest in making sure that these foundations owned by rich i was offered a job at one of them Someone like a billionaire. Like an. I and i literally said to this. I said i can't work for one billionaire like you know what i mean like. Who knows if you go crazy. Or if you've got a crazy partner or kids like i just don't like it doesn't feel stable to me to be having a kingdom essentially and that's why turn it down. I just was like i can't say no to you. Essentially which was anyway. It was an interesting. We'll see where it goes. I think they've done sound the different but boston. You have an actual person who owns the money like it's a different thing it's the it's a different thing to be able to. That's why a lot of these things happen to these people can't talk to the boss. That's what i'm with. Bill gates at microsoft date certainly something. Yeah i guess. Speaking of power britney spears and her bombshell statement to los angeles judge about ending the conservative ship. Which has been really interesting. The the the new york times did a really interesting video about it. I mean a a documentary as she's been under for thirteen years. She said she's been compelled to work against your will drugged not able to make choices about her physical help. And you know he's got a real contingent of people that are trying to free free brittany a conservative is for people who are in some way incapacitated. She certainly had mental illness issues And but she's been working steadily up until two thousand nineteen when she decided not to work any more. She's it in at odds with her father. As financial conservator gets a salary gets a percentage of any deal see signs for. He hasn't done that will managing her finances. She's worth sixty million dollars for comparison jaylo one hundred and fifty million sold more albums worldwide. Jaylo britney Is paying for both sides and legal battle. It's a really interesting issue. You know i. I actually watch her instagram full of clues and stuff like that. I don't know why i'm compelled by this. This woman who seems like she's definitely got until illness issues. But i feels like she's this is like beyond belief what's happened here with her on the article that was forwarded around its read it. And it's disturbing granite. Felt like you're sort of getting one side of the story. If you bet you reminded me of a test on her side but go ahead. Sorry you a fantastic film. I think it probably just links best film. Your movie called francis back. And i think it had echos that that what happens when the know. The institutions are governments. Fail someone in this situation and it sounds like you know they can even fail people with a lot of money and a lot of power. Yeah but you read a lot of people that guy who are running your stuff to like thing when when you look around you know. This is sort of has has tony. Shay was the same thing we talked about it. When you look around and everyone around you is being paid by you. You've got a real problem. You know what i mean like. You've got a real like you can't get any good advice from anyone. If everyone is your employees on some level or benefits from your working or whatever and i think it's i think it's fascinating refuses to work and you know not making more money but it seems she put up something. That was just lovely about her. Two kids do she and her sons and they look like you know who knows what's going on behind the scenes but it was one of these lovely pictures of our with our kids saying i'm just so proud of and they seem you know who knows what instagram like that but it felt like i just really i mean people make fun of it. It's sort of like talking about the car dash whatever but it is really like you have to go watch the new york times documentary. You're sort of let her out. Dad like what is going on here And it's it's it should be. It's really it should be someday of really big. But she certainly been hindered at the same time. She certainly needs help. an idol. It's fascinating legal story but we have to move out. Britney spears was right. yeah loneliness is killing me. i'm thinking putting absolutely nothing declaring becoming york conservative. Stay in a tiny little room of your giant wine house. I'm we're going to put you under under watch like under this sound as if that would be a new thing. What do you think this podcast. Anyway that's gonna go there out. Judge chip do things the legal right to do this. All right big stories remove on the big stories house. Judiciary committee is considering a package of sweeping antitrust bills. I.
"$2" Discussed on Snacks Daily
"Five one hundred percent capacity when they're shipping around the world and he was right. Zim is back they. Ipo in january and the stock of zim integrating shipping has tripled since their january ip. And don't you makes dead and stock is now worth over. A billion dollars for context last year deutsche bank made seven hundred twenty one million dollars in profit the entire corporation jack whipping out the all white board on us over here. Can you share with us. How much money this one single zim trade has made for deutsche bank nine hundred million. It's worth a billion and they only spend one hundred mil so jack in you. Toss on your tie and tell us the. Take our buddies over georgia. One person's trash is another person's distressed. As i need yet gotta love the subsector and finance called distressed asset finance. That's when big banks and hedge funds. They basically bottom feed invest in stock and debt. That nobody else wants to invest. And they're doing it because they think that the company that struggling that they're less likely to go bankrupt and more likely to have a comeback. They could be wrong. It's a risky business. Zoom could have declared bankruptcy instead andoras hundred million dollar investment would have gone to zero dollars not like any retail investor. Can't deutsche bank took a calculated risk bought super low and is now selling super high because one sellers trash can be another buyers distressed at for our third and final story. Waymo formerly known as google's random self driving car project just raised wapping two and a half billion dollars. If way both figures out the cong- google maps will figure out the writers. Okay i if you're gonna talk about waymo. He gotta talk about alphabet and alphabet which owns google is an ads business. They make money through online at they. Try to make money through other coughing. If you work at google you go home thanksgiving talking about the other cool things. You're not talking about the. You're talking about the self driving car technology company that alphabet own now. We must not building the car. They use like jaguar chrysler volvos tractor trailer trucks. That diamond mix not building the car but they are building the eyes the ears and the brains to control the car Without a human behind the we. It's like a group project in business school. The one person who worked in consulting you. Julie you are going to do the spreadsheet work on the brain. Now if you get to know google and waymo you get to know that google has been very humbled by how hard self-driving very humbled are their words. Because the ceo of waymo said way back in twenty fifteen that robot taxes. Self-driving lifts for example would be broadly available. Thanks to wake him up by twenty twenty. Didn't happen it's twenty twenty one. I've never took money from investors to keep working on self driving. That's pretty easy. Apparently the visas are just looking for a warm upright body. Gotta decky out a pulse and thi- boom it's yours. Waymo just announced two and a half billion dollars of fresh money. They got from investors. And get this. It's not just from the parent company alphabet subsidizing. This they actually invited outside. Investors like andreas and horwitz and ten other. Vc firm right alphabet basically invited someone else to watch their money disappear. They away. so jack. What's the money. Four dame has always pay more engineers to try to figure out. Self-driving tech co. last six so jack what's the takeaway for buddies over my google. Maps is way most secret web. And here's the best part way. Most competitive advantage is actually not even away waymo product. It appears we have a two car race in the self-driving race it's waymo and cruise cruise is gm self driving car. Cup both testing oliver arizona san francisco somewhere in the marina. They're going to be under right near you. Both have applied for permits to start charging paying customers for robot. Taxi rides in san francisco. And so let's say jack you know both figure out self driving technology at the same time. The biggest difference in that case neck would be google maps which has over a billion users. Funny timing because we noticed that two weeks ago google maps added waymo as a ride. Hail option in google maps in phoenix arizona. Because alphabet owns both google maps and way bat is powerful because once self driving his legal and safe everywhere. Then anyone checking google maps which is everywhere as it is we'll have a one click friction lewis option to quickly hail a waymo south traffic car. Crews on the other hand. They're going to have to ask it. Download a whole new app or they're going to have to sell their tack to uber. Left way mos google maps and that is the secret weapon. Jack can you whip up the takeaways for us for the new friday. Apple's iphone was the platform for your mind. Apple watch will be the platform for your body. Deutsche bank one hundred million dollars that zim would make a comeback and it did one person's trash is another person's distressed asset for a third and final story. This self driving race appears to be down to way more versus cruise but google maps. That's way most secret weapon not even away thin now time for our stack fact today. This one sent in by corey. The does dude real name. All right we all know. Doj coined the crypto. It looks like an adorable puppy face much. How much does actually. I don't know if adorable puppies. They seem curious. While the crypto was inspired by viral image of a charming she boo dot. Now get this. Original picture of a puppy was just turned into an nf t the original class sick and that nfc was auctioned off for a record. Four million dollars now that four million t for the original does coin dog picture. Jack can you tell us the price in doj coins while point five billion dollars. Yeah thirty cents. A dose queen snacker. You look fantastic today jack. We hit our goal. What we said thi- three times on one podcast. Does that include your latest reference right. And even if you haven't yet scroll up and follow us right here on apple or right here on spotify nicholas. Vaughn can't win and before we go congrats to sergio in sofia getting married this weekend in lovely stanford connecticut. Happy birthday to max callan in walnut creek california. Antennas win and then hadn't you're going to have to be more specific. Enter bradley wilson. Happy birthday and boston sponsor and to off over in philadelphia to anybody else bread. Anything to celebrate the wins. This is jack. Nicholson apple the robin hood snacks. Podcast you just heard reflects the opinions of only the host who are associated persons of robinhood financial llc and does not reflect the views of robinhood markets inc or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates. The podcast is for informational purposes. Only and is not intended to serve as a recommendation to buy or sell any security and is not an offer or sale of a security. The podcast is also not a research report and is not intended to serve as the basis of any investment decision robinhood financial llc member finra sipc. Oh god about my thighs. Oh did we mention died. Let's say we're gonna add. That is the the secret bonus. Today's episode sorry lost my place. I've gotten so hot and bothered. I lost my place jerry too..
"$2" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
"Seattle. Had One of the earliest outbreaks cove nineteen in the US which means doctors. There have been on the front lines of this battle. The longest dealing with things that other parts of the country are just now beginning to see flood of contagious patients anxiety about whether the protective gear in the supplies last worries about whether they will spread the virus to their families and communities doctor said Cheetah Shaw is an emergency physician at harborview Medical Center. Seattle and she talked to all things considered host Archbishop Piero about her day today and about how she's coping. Can you just start by telling us what the ER is like these days is dramatically changed We were primarily a level one trauma center before. Cove it Taking care of a five state region including Alaska of trauma patients and I just worked yesterday. pretty much all of my patients are in respiratory and contact precautions. Now they are coming when a doctor wants to interact with him. You have to put on a full kit. What does that mean yes? Yeah we have to put on a gown gloves mask. Icefield and do you have enough beds and ventilators for all the patients who need them. We have enough ventilators at our hospital. One of the other hospitals in our region has closed and ran out of ICU. And ventilator capacity other hospitals are getting full we do have Several patients on the vent with coveted. I think the main problem has been that they are staying on the ventilator for quite some time so occasions come in. There just aren't enough for the new patients as well right now. We have enough but we just. We have no idea the numbers that are coming. We also know we have supplies. But we don't know when we'll have resupply as I was just gonna ask about protective gear. You describe everything that you have to wear when you interact with those patients. Do you have enough of that here. In America were used to using things some throwing them away is no longer happening but we were wiping things down on reusing the things that are safe to reuse and we still have enough as of today but it's being strictly controlled. We just got off a two hour phone call meeting with fifty colleagues and our infection control leadership about p. p. e. which is personal protective equipment. They have to control it to make sure we have enough. We don't WANNA run out but also we're holding our breath walking by curtain drums where patients are in precautions with Underpin your breath as you walk by a room with a cove in nineteen patient. In how afraid are you of catching this disease? I think our colleagues are afraid of for our patients. Were afraid for each other. I'm afraid for myself. I'm a single mom. I'm afraid to leave my kids without apparent this week we started taking care of our own. You know our some of our residents are sick. Ah Some of our nurses. We've all been trading stories of our post work ritual and I'm pretty meticulous. A change once at work into other scrubs that are clean. I don't leave my shoes in the house at all. I strip pretty much naked. Run Straight to the washing machine. Throw everything in and then runs straight to the shower and to head to toe before I interact with my family and pretty much. All of us are doing that. Do you see your hospital heading toward breaking point or do you think you've passed the peak of cases like where do you think you are? We absolutely have not passed the peak. I think we are just beginning to see who got infected two weeks ago. All Things considered host Ari Shapiro talking to Dr Suchyta shop before we go today with restaurants closing and grocery store shelves looking. Pretty bare these days. Chef and Food Network Star. Amanda Freitag has some advice on how to make the most of what you have at home to add some flavor. Something you might be cooking. She suggests using things. You might already have something like green and black olives. Capers are something that I always have in my fridge. Bacon cured meats or pickles. Those are all great. Briny things to sort of brighten up any meal for tag says. It's a good idea to separate meat into portions before putting it in the freezer so you don't have to defrost the whole package especially if you don't WanNa use it all at once and if you run out of eggs try chickpeas keys. The liquid that they're in is called Aqua and that's actually an amazing eggs substitute uplift. Abba if you were to whip it and you know by hand or in a stand mixer whips up just like meringue. It doesn't give off being flavor and it really works. Amanda Freitag talked to morning edition host. Noel King. A full list of advice and recipes from her. Cookbook including corn and black beans salad are linked in our episode notes. You can stay up to date with more. Npr News on your local public radio station. You can also subscribe to. Npr's newsletter the new normal for daily corona virus dates links to that and to find. Your local station are in our episode notes. I'm Kelly mcevers. Thanks for listening. We will be back with more tomorrow..
"$2" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
"Good morning that brings us to New York today the US epicenter of this pandemic right. Now where there have been more than thirty thousand confirmed cases. And we're nearly three hundred. People have died today. Governor Andrew Cuomo said the rate of hospitalizations actually appears to be slowing doubling every four or five days instead of every two still. He said his State's share of the relief. Package is not nearly enough New York City only gets one point. Three Billion Dollars from this package That is a drop in the bucket as to need. He said he hoped to see something closer to an amount in an earlier house proposal. We need the house To make adjustments in the House bill that went over New York state got seventeen billion dollars in the Senate bill. We get three point eight in order to respond to the urgent need for medical supplies. The White House is facing pressure to use a Cold War era law one that allows the federal government to order companies to make things that this country needs. President trump has sent mixed messages about whether using that power is a good idea instead. Npr's Asia Roscoe reports his administration says companies are offering their help voluntarily has been hit hard by the corona virus and governor Andrew. Cuomo says he needs help now. I'm thirty thousand ventilators. You want a pat on the back for sending four hundred ventilators. What are we going to do for four hundred with four hundred ventilators when we need? Thirty Thousand Ventilators Vice President Pence says thousands of layers are headed to New York this week but Cuomo wants the federal government to take more drastic action. Only the federal government has that power and not to exercise that power is inexplicable to me. The power that he's talking about is the Defense Production Act. The law gives the executive branch broad authority to direct production and distribution materials deemed essential to national defense in this case. President trump declare last week that ventilators and protective equipment. Like face mask fit. That criteria will be invoking the defense production act just in case we needed. The law allows the government to jump to the front of the line to buy goods and ship them. Where needed Cuomo and others say Open the toolbox now. It's time to use the tools. But trump is given conflicting answers on his use of the law. Last Friday trump told reporters he was using the law to make companies take action. You haven't actually directed any companies to start making more ventilators mass. Because a lot of making a lot of masks the administration later said the president was not using the law to push production of ventilators. Instead on Sunday trump's trade advisor Navarro said the law is working as leverage. We've seen with this outpouring of volunteers from private enterprise. We're we're getting what we need without without putting the heavy handed government down at that. Same briefing trump compared the law to a government takeover of companies. You know we're a country not based on nationalizing our business call a person over in Venezuela s come. How did nationalization of their businesses workout not too well the concept of nationalizing? Our business is not a good concept. Peter Showman is a history professor at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio. He studied the act and says comparisons to socialism. Don't really add up. Go Law itself. Grew out of the preservation of a market economy grew out of the preservation of a democratic form of government while some private companies are stepping up to offer their services. Like General Motors. Show says private industry acting on its own won't be able to get the goods to where they're needed most. This is the kind of a kind of crisis that has to be met with centralized leadership only for the duration of the crisis. But absent that it's just a recipe for chaos. The White House says is working with private companies to deliver supplies. The question for New York is what's on the way that was. Npr's Asia Rosco.
"$2" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily
"The global epicenter of the Corona virus pandemic is shifting toward the United States. The World Health Organization says if trends here continue the number of use cases could overtake those in Europe has arrived at our shores. We did not take it. We do not want it now. We're going to win it. Lawmakers here announced a deal overnight on a two trillion dollar corona virus aid and recovery package but they continued to struggle over some details in that package throughout the day coming up could the federal government doing even more and an er doctor in Seattle on what life is like as supplies grow scarce. This is corona virus daily from NPR. I'm Kelly mcevers. It is Wednesday march twenty fifth majority leader at around one thirty this morning. Majority Leader Mitch. Mcconnell appeared on the Senate floor and announced a deal that would be the largest economic rescue package in American history after days of intense discussions. The Senate has reached a bipartisan agreement on a historic relief package for this pandemic but it turns out. They aren't quite in agreement yet. I hear the key parts of this thing. Most American adults will receive around twelve hundred dollars. Though that amount will get lower for people with higher incomes people can receive up to four months of unemployment instead of the usual three and at a rate of six hundred dollars a week. More than current law allows now that extra six hundred dollars is the reason as of Wednesday afternoon when we are recording this that a small group of Republican senators threatening to hold up this bill. They say they don't want to encourage people to be unemployed. Aside from that there is also billions of aid in this package for large and small businesses and more than a hundred and fifty billion dollars will go to hospitals research.
"$2" Discussed on Coronavirus
"I love everyone. And thanks for tuning into latest Corona Virus Global News. Globally more than twenty thousand people have died from Corona virus and there are nearly half a million confirmed cases. Spain is now the latest country to overtake China. In Corona virus debts becoming the world's second hardest country where they told her three thousand four hundred forty five. That's more than four hundred new debts on a daily basis. The country is currently on a nationwide lockdown as top official Fernando. Simon predicts the country is yet to reach a peak as the number of cases will continue to rise in the coming days of Ministers Salvador ear said the government has agreed to four hundred thirty two million euros worth mask tests gloves and respirators from China. Which will start arriving in. Weekly shipments from the end of this week. Spain I went into lockdown on March thirteenth was initially expected to last fifteen days but Prime Minister Federal Sanchez says the state of emergency. Could it be extended for an additional fourteen days earlier this week? Officials resorted to turning a Madrid. Ice Rink into a morgue after the debts started piling up. The country's emergency military unit has been called in to transfer bodies and troops have disinfected about five hundred of the nation's senior care homes. According to a new study injury to the heart may be a common condition. Among people hospitalized with cove in nineteen it is also linked to a greater risk of death for those patients. The study found that among a group of four hundred sixteen adult cove in nineteen patients hospitalized in Wuhan nearly twenty percent of them had a cardiac injury. Fifty one percent of the patients with a cardiac injury died as opposed to just four and a half percent of those without a cardiac injury. Cardiac injury occurs when there is damage to heart muscle which can occur when blood flow is low causing a heart attack. The study did not indicate whether Cova nineteen directly causes a cardiac injury however a professor of public health at Syracuse University. In New York says many patients who pull through may still have cardiac injury and associated long-term cardiovascular issues as a consequence of Kobe nineteen infection Jordan has eased one of the world's strictest lockdowns over the corona virus after it prompted chaotic scenes in the country just days after a complete curfew went into effect. People protested to receive bread distributions from government trucks. The emergency hotline went off line and some people reported having nothing to eat at home. The government has since loosened restrictions on movements allowing people to leave their home on foot for essential trips suggest purchasing food and obtaining medicine. A curfew is still in place in the country from six. Pm To ten am the United States. Senate has reached agreement on a two trillion dollar stimulus package the largest in American history including five hundred billion dollars for distress companies. Three hundred and fifty billion dollars in loans for small businesses and two hundred fifty billion dollars in direct payments to individuals and families individuals. Earning up to seventy five thousand dollars or a one time. Payment of twelve hundred dollars married couples. Earning up to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars will receive a one time payment of twenty four hundred dollars plus five hundred dollars per child. The Tax Policy Center estimates about percent of Americans would be eligible to receive four or partial payments. Qualifying income levels will be based on twenty thousand nine hundred federal tax returns. However for those who've not yet filed their taxes as tax filing deadline has been delayed until July fifteenth. Last year's tax returns would be used a senior British diplomat stationed in. Hungarian has died at the age of thirty seven. After Contracting Corona virus. Stephen Dick was deputy head of mission for the British embassy and Budapest. He passed away on Tuesday after Contracting Covert One Thousand Nine Hundred U K Foreign Secretary Dominic. Grab said quote. I am deeply saddened by the news of Stephen's Steph and my heart goes out to his parents and a quote the UK has recorded nearly ten thousand corona virus cases and four hundred and sixty five deaths while Hungary has two hundred twenty six cases and ten fatalities over the past two weeks more than one million people have filed for unemployment in California amid at the corona virus outbreak. California Governor Gavin Newsom said that the Senate Relief Bill will help state offer at one hundred and fifty dollars more per person a week for unemployment insurance raising the amounts to six hundred dollars. Many businesses have shut down as Californians have been under a mandatory stay at home order since March twentieth. The state has sixty four rovers death and more than three thousand confirmed cases and lastly France is the world's fifth hardest hit nation in terms of crowbars deaths as a country recorded two hundred and thirty one new deaths in one day bringing its total to one thousand three hundred thirty one health agency. Right there to rump. Solomon says that two thousand eight hundred twenty. Seven people are in serious condition needing life support. The country is currently in..
"$2" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"Days of join us on our journey to building in your one hundred million dollar company. What's happening my name. Is Eric J Olson and I used to be a paper boy. That's all right. When I was growing up I would deliver the newspapers in my neighborhood. We had a townhouse neighborhood which meant that. It was really pretty a quick to deliver the news payers because the townhouses were relatively close to another but before I got my big break to have my own route. I I got a GIG with one of the brothers of my friends to collect his paper out money for him so this is going way back in the day whereas the paper boy you would deliver the newspaper every morning and then on the weekends you would have to go around with collection book and you'd have to collect the money that the customer owed you and then you would keep a portion of that and give the rest to the newspaper antiquated system but hey man that was like way back in the day before you know the Internet and stuff like that and my friends. Big Brother had the route and he would just didn't want to collect the money as so he hired me any higher than my friend to collect the money on his behalf and the agreement that we had ad was we would keep ten percent of all revenue collected. Well his brother was like two or three years older than us and he was kind of big and burly compared to us and and we were afraid that we would collect the money give it to him and then he would just tell us beat it and he wouldn't give us our ten percent. We thought we would just get beat up and he would keep our lunch money. Well what we did in order to make sure that we got our money was as we collected it. We would keep our ten percent so before we ever overturned over the money collected. We took our ten percent out now. That turned out to be a great thing by the way the order brother didn't make a fuss of it. He Nuraini a paid ten percent so we didn't have to explain anything we just told them. We kept our ten percent but it was a pretty good lesson learned at an early age. Make surge you pay yourself first. If you are do some money then make sure that you with hold up before the rest of the funds go elsewhere and and it's a lesson that we've learned here at original. I've applied throughout my career in various ways. It's certainly a lesson that applies to to investing and to saving money and that applies personally and to the business. We pay ourselves before we pay others right. So if we have a goal here to read digital to save a certain amount of money which we do then every time that we get paid we have a small percentage that goes goes into a bank account. And it just accumulates over time you could call it profits. But it's not exactly the amount of profits that we make in a given year or a given timeframe is just a percentage that we put off to the side and make sure that it stays there. And then whatever's left over basically is what goes to pay for expenses so we pay ourselves first exactly the way that I did it when I was collecting money from friends. Big Brothers paper out so it's pretty interesting when you look back on your life and some of the like early. Do things that you did to make money early freelancing things early hustles how. There's actually lessons learned there that you may have forgotten about until so you take some time to think about it. There's a movie where the paper boy said. I want my two dollars. I totally forget what movie that was. If you remember. Hit me up on twitter later. I am Eric. J Olson Eric Ending and a K Olson any o n but that was me imagine a little Eric j Olson Zain saying I want my two bucks.
"$2" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"I mean he's one of my heroes. He's awesome and any smartphones on Jim. Rone's rights so hype forum that was that's killer event in Georgia is she. She can as part of the eighteen. Okay when you go okay. Check that out. That's awesome So let's see what else there was. We had a question here from trant. Are you doing any subject to deals contracts subject to deal so I don't do those right now. Those have been something that again. It's it's really picking what you're really good at and just get really good at it and there's always room for improvement. There's always room for growth. There's always room for market share and so many times James if I if I could tell you where I hear most of the problems I hear out there from successful individuals that have been lost at all or just individuals starting and then never really take off. Its because they focus on too many things so even though we're still talking real estate subject to is very very different than wholesaling and they are two separate different businesses. So even though sounds like but it's real estate it is something that if you don't have this all taken care of and the process in place and you start doing this. It could be very much like when I went. Indiana exactly it starts sinking your business so no the long answer that I can share short. No I don't but that's the reasons because we don't want to lose traction on what we're really really good at AB absolutely Arnold camera wants to know their sources recommend to find property owners and BK in bankruptcy In bankruptcy You got your pre foreclosure list. Possibly that could transfer over that but no I don't have any sources on K.. Now one thing that we did have for a while we would have an attorney so anything on bankruptcies and what state is he talking in specific Yeah you you're going to have to let us know Arnold what's that you're in Because that's GONNA vary state to state anyways but my best advice that is universally universally used because some people they can go down there courthouse and get that by the way other states. No No. You're not getting that The one that's universal is every state has has bankruptcy attorneys and go make friends with those bankruptcy attorneys so that when let's say someone's going through bankruptcy and they have to do certain things these are get rid of assets that they think of who someone that can help this family out really call you source. That's right that's right so bankruptcy attorneys is a universal way that anyone one can use it. Philipsburg bags as a great question is what percentage of your Income should go towards marketing. We do. So here's what I would say. Hey that's kind of a fluctuating thing where to start. I always started at fifteen percent and I have grown a little bit but the model grows where I got understanding and clarity on this is through a book called profit first Mike McCallum wits the grade book and so. If you're looking for like easy information that would be better than anything I could say because I could say twenty three percent and maybe it shouldn't be twenty three percent for. Is it Philip Philip. Maybe maybe isn't twenty three percent. So what you you gotTa Look at look at this book. I'm telling you it'll start you off in the perfect direction Profit I Mike McCallum wits and set you up on pay yourself first pay this pay this pay this and it teaches you how to really start splitting those up in a very effective way but where you're profitable right out of the gates. How many times have you heard people on the shark tank? And they're all so how. Much money taken off reinvest it back in the company and they're like so you're broke and there is no I reinvest can comey's all okay so you're broke and they don't get it. There is no no I- reinvested in no that. That was my first five years. Yeah right it took a while and so I finally got into entreleadership money makeover Dave Ramsey and eventually profit I so yeah all all of us. We're all guilty because our minds. We're just GONNA reinvest it back in business while we're I mean kind of like your insurance situation right it's correct so that's correct improper first teaches you how to be profitable day one. You have to pay yourself so that you can already consider yourself profitable day one. It may not be a huge profit but you're profitable and what's kind of crazy. That's how how I grew up in my personal life very frugal person but paying yourself first makes total sense when w to employ before it ever reason when you become self of employees that all that went out the window and someone says Yep here so I like what I lived for X. amount of years and I forgot that yeah it's crazy so surgery wants to know what to books. Would you recommend Sergio. What books okay Let me give you two books that I love and and if.