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Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | 6 months ago

Support the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

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"$32,000" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"To Dell wants the radio show today We're doing the emails. That is the last week or two that I've received in Glass question we have was, um, you know, I'm looking at this money and investing it, but it's in my IRA. What should I do? If I leave in the IRA, I don't have any cash flow. If I take it out of the IRA, I pay taxes, and I said, Well, you just got to look at it. You don't really have that money until you take it out of that IRA. It's not yours. A plunge the IRA, which is Government held entity really saying that we're holding your money for you until you decide to pay us taxes. Now, if you want to let that money become larger and larger and larger. Then we'll let you go and let it become larger within the I raise, so that when you get ready to pay taxes, you pay more taxes. That's the only way you look at it. So if I want you to think about this way, if you're thinking about taking money out of your area, want you to think about talking to your boss and your boss is look, Bob. Because, Sam, you know, basically says here is just saying, Look, I don't want to allow my my Income bracket to go up right and that's the problem. It's uh You know, if you take the money out, you're already making your income Make underground year you tax at 100 year level. But if you take 100 grand out of your IRA, then you're taxed at 200 grand a year. So the concept as you're supposed to take the money out of your IRA. Once you quit your job and or retired, because then you don't have income, offsetting the taxes and you pay the same taxes you pay. But the reality is you're going to pay the taxes. And so you know, the discussion was Hey, you take it out a little bit at a time, invested a little bit at a time and you take the hit a little bit of the time and not Jackie tax bracket of the large amount. That's a possible way to do it. Right. Um On the other hand, think about this. What if your boss came to you today and said Bob I'm gonna give you a $50,000 bonus this month. Would you say, Sir, Please don't do that. Why, Bob? Cause you're gonna Jack my tax bracket up. It's gonna mess me up bad. Okay, well, Bob, I was going to give you 100,000 this year. 50,000 and 50,000 here, please, Boss. Don't give me that 100 grand You know how bad that to mess up my tax bracket. Think about it that way. And then you see how stupid it is deep worry about taking the money out of the IRA. If you were dumb enough to put it in the IRA in the first place dumb enough to put in the 41 kid in the first place and let a large amount of money accumulate under a tax rate that's higher than lower and said, Why do I say that? Because there lies at the end of your life, you're gonna be in your lowest tax bracket. That's not true at the end of your life. When you're my age, you're in the highest tax bracket you've ever been in. Having a higher tax bracket I've ever been in. It doesn't go down As you get older, it goes up, especially if you're investing. So it's a lie. So what you have to do is just unlearn the lie that they burdened you with. All right. She was the next in here says first, Let's say thanks for giving me so much inspiration. I have been listening to your show for over two years. Now. Here are the facts. I'm 62 years old. Now. Here's an interesting one when we get into these ones where they start telling us their age. Now they're looking at a whole another variable factor. And that is Can I do this at my age? Okay, so I am 62. I'm working from home full time and take care of my 88 year old mother. I make $32,000 a year. After 30 years of marriage, I'm able to now think for myself divorced for five years Now he took everything and then some. I've repaired my credit. It's now 8 10 and I have no debt and I have been able to save about $18,000. I've already signed a flash sales. But after listening to the case studies I feel like I don't make enough to have enough to save the last 30 years I've been imprisoned, and I kept in isolation by ex husband and I survived. I'm not looking for sympathy but honesty. Can you help? Look, first of all age, There's no age limitation to doing this. I'm 64 years old, and I'm still deeply invested in real estate and more so all the time I looked at two more deals last week in another deal today, Even so, yeah, there's no problem about the age. Secondly, the problem the challenge it would call anything. Is the $32,000 a year of income taking care of your mother 88 year old mother. Now we get into the thing. Okay? Do we have enough income to debt ratio to be a little afford to go buy a rent house with only $18,000? That's all she's ever going to be able to buy. Right is one rent house and one Red House would be beneficial for her both income wise and tax savings wise, but that's all she's going to be able to buy. And if she keeps that Red House and Does it correctly and save your money. It will be a marginal benefit to her. It would be a good tax benefit to her, but marginal income benefit turf because only one house and then you've got this thing. You now have to know how to deal with which is a house a Red house, right? And you're gonna need to do that. Now you work from home..

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"$32,000" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on KGO 810

"On voting rights for Americans. Lot of people are saying that this is unnecessary that we don't need this Voting Rights act or that this voting rights act goes too far. A lot of other people say we absolutely need this in part because of what states have been doing that is acting as voter suppression for so many Americans that is trying to prohibit people from voting, particularly people of color, who they presume are going to vote. A majority of them are going to vote for Democrats just because that's the way that it's been for the The last few decades. Well, I want to tell you about this story, Um Greg Paus writes this, but there's also a great video on it, he says Pamela Reardon wants to stop camera Horn from voting. Reardon is running for vice chair of the state Republican Party, and she filed a legal challenge to to camera horns vote. But not just hers. Also 32,378 other voters in Cobb County, she has challenged these voters. Under a little noticed provision of Georgia's new voting restriction law. It's called SB 202. Reardon has never met called Contacted Horse isn't who she is. The woman happens to be an African American, and she's accused her of the felony crime of voting illegally because Like the thousands of others that she has challenge She says she doesn't live in Cobb County. While the investigative team Greg Palace investigative team reached this woman to camera Horn at her home in Cobb County, confirmed she is a legal voter. Nevertheless, weirdness challenging her vote. Is she's and she's not alone. This woman the who's running for vice chair by the way, supported by Marjorie Taylor green, She and 87. Other Republican operatives have filed challenges under the new law in Georgia to block 364,000 voters in Georgia. From having their ballots counted. They did a review of these ballots. Most of the people who are challenged are people of color now. Greg Palace did an interview. It was cut short. But he didn't interview. Um of this woman. The woman who is doing the challenge Pamela Reardon and we have we have that interview the Greg palest interview with You Have that ready for us. Pamela Reardon, Greg Palest interviewed her in her home. Uh, in Cobb County, And she said that she and her fellow challengers, including the chairman of the Cobb County Republican Party, were given the verified hit list by a group called True The Vote. It's a right wing group out of Houston, Texas, and she admitted I did not speak to the 32,000 people, the ones whose vote she's challenged, in fact. She didn't speak to any single one of them. We're about to meet with the GOP official who says that she has personal knowledge that 32,000 people are.

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"$32,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"KOGO News. This morning crews also working on the Levinger fire. Flames broke out shortly after five o'clock. This is all vegetation fire in Ramona off state route 78 south of Levinger trails. 50 acres has been burned, and it's now 20% contained. San Diego County Sheriff's Department is searching for a missing 13 year old boy. Brennan, who answers to Eli was last seen 1 30 Sunday morning in the 29,000 block of Taiwan or Twain Way in Valley Center. Authorities say he was wearing a pair of Batman shorts. He is five FT. 6 £115 with red hair and blue eyes. And it looks like again. He may be wearing a pair of Batman shorts. They say they're keeping you safe. Deputies shut down what They're calling an illegal marijuana dispensary in the North County. The rate happening late Thursday, but wasn't announced until this past week, and a SWAT team serving a warrant to the dispensary in the 900 block of Rancheros Drive shut down the business as they found £34 of marijuana. And marijuana paraphernalia, hundreds of eight products and $32,000 in cash. Three firearms were also confiscated, and detectives arresting the store owner and an employee fill Farrar, KOGO News. Tropical depression Claude and expected to regain strength before it exits the North Carolina coast and heads out into the ocean. The National Hurricane Center puts the system about 80 Miles west of Columbia, South Carolina, with top winds of about 30 miles an hour glad it is moving to the east Northeast at about 17 miles an hour. Forecasters say it will produce heavy rains, gusty winds over parts of the Carolinas through this morning. On its current track. Claudette is projected to pass near Nova Scotia tomorrow. Some of the major cases before the Supreme Court have been decided, like last week's OBAMACARE ruling, But some high profile cases remain, and Jessica Rosenthal takes a look at what's at stake. One of the remaining cases justices have to decide has to do with voting rights. Lower courts held to voting laws in Arizona violated the Voting Rights Act one long limits who can collect ballots on behalf of another person and the other discards ballots cast in the wrong precinct. It's considered an especially interesting case since the court invalidated a key provision of the Voting Rights Act in 2013. Another notable cases one involving a teenage girl who, in a moment of anger, Kirsten Snapchat video at her school and sports teams. She was suspended from cheer for a year. Her parents challenge that suspension in court, a federal appeals court found she could only be punished for comments made at school or at school sponsored activities. The Smithsonian Museum secretary says making Juneteenth the federal holiday is an opportunity to reflect on our history and continue to look toward progress. This is really about helping a nation Member, something that it often doesn't want to remember and helping a nation on our those people who were enslaved, but they believed in an America that didn't believe in them. CBS's face The Nation, Lonnie Bunch, The third, says the rapid pays. The bill got passed with such overwhelming support shows the impact the last year has had on Americans. Some fans will be allowed in the stands when the Olympic Games are held next month in Tokyo. Some local fans will be allowed to attend competitions when the summer Olympics get underway next month in Tokyo, the organizing committee and the IOC set a limit of 50% capacity or up to 10,000 fans inside Olympic venues All limited because of Covid. Just last week, Japan's top medical advisor recommended no fans be allowed. Fans in the stands must wear masks and they won't be able to cheer during those competitions. I'm Rory O Neill. It may have been a long time. But there may it feels like the first sign with foreigner going back on tour. They're finding a lot of states are erasing restrictions as they gear up to hit the Rose. So the jukebox hero singers are adding shows his journey will extend into the fall. Among the highlights include playing the Greek Theatre in.

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"$32,000" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Ago, we did take your two day class and it was great, but we didn't have any money. To buy any more houses. At that point, my wife and I are still have excellent credit, but we still have 45 K in debt. I think the path I need to take now is to pay off the 45 K over the next two years, then by another rent housing about three years, So within 10 years we can retire and I wrote it back an email and said, No, I think that's the wrong plan. And let me explain to you why? I think that is the guy's got about 32,000 bucks and if he takes two years to pay off this debt He will have accumulated no more net worth at all. He'll have no more passive income coming in. He will accomplish nothing in his life. And then at that time, he still won't have any money. Because he's going to spend his money to pay off that. So he really won't be able to buy houses at that point. It's not going to be possible. So what I suggested he do. Did he take the $32,000 and go buy two more red houses. Make 500 bucks a month each, and now he's got $1500 a month cash flow. Now, if you take and do some easy math to take $45,000 over the debt, But you've got $1500 a month. A positive cash flow. Those rent houses will pay that debt off for him over the next 30 months is what it takes. But the difference is, by the time it's paid off, he will have used his own money to save up enough money to buy. Two more red houses. He'll already have three red houses, He can go ahead and buy two more. He doesn't have to use his savings or he doesn't have or I'm sorry. He doesn't have to saved to use money to pay off the 45 because of 45 will be God and he will be way better off when you get there. Now I personally don't know where Heck, this country has gotten so wrapped up about paying off that I know that after the recession, it just took a giant plunge. In other words, people all became very fearful. The fact that they had way too much debt. Their house notes It started trying to pay their houses office started trying to pay the credit cards off. Look, I don't have any personal death. I don't mind that. But I also realized that just not having personal.

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"$32,000" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"$32,000" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"For Raymond James and Associates and Franklin, Tennessee. Mr Stone had worked with this elderly couple since 1982. They even followed stole across several firms before landing at Raymond James 2013. But dirty deeds started back in 2015 when stole began misappropriating funds from an IRA. Did it by selling securities in the account and fortune wire transfer authorization documents from the client's account to a SunTrust bank account owned by Stole and his wife, prosecutors say overtime and still inserted himself into the financial affairs of this client and in later years, even visited him at his home. Relatives at the hearing testified that the client died, believing that is dwindling investment accounts because solely by stock market activity. Other client died at 98 years old in March of 2018 by then stole had made 74 unauthorized transfer to the tune of more than $900,000. Oh, it didn't stop there within days of that client's death. Stops guarded with $32,000 from another elderly blind, according to broker check. Stone was fired from RJ in 2019. He appeared in court pleaded guilty in August of 2022 securities fraud, wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. He was sentenced this month in US District Court in Tennessee to five years in prison and ordered to pay over $930,000 still had been in the financial services industry for nearly 40 years. How we thought it would end. I'm sure just one more reason to make sure you are dealing with a true fiduciary. And don't be afraid to use broker check to learn more. So so.

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"$32,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Strap it in. We're going to slay the dragon and add one more time today. Here we go. All right. So I think most of us are probably familiar with the saying made financed by Bob Dylan back in the 19 sixties, when he wrote Ah song, now titled by the famous, saying the Times they are changing. Although I'm not sure back in the sixties, anyone could have imagined all of the changes that we're seeing since then think about the enormous changes in technology, for example. Much of our technology today would have barely seen the glimmer and Gene Roddenberry's high as he was writing the Star Trek series. Back in that era, right fashion has changed. Modern architecture has changed dramatically in a lot of cases, actually, demographics within our nation's boy. Have they changed right? Even even the look of our currency has changed dramatically since then. Cultural norms, boy Have they changed? I mean, in the sixties? Well, I mean norms that were there in the sixties. Probably would Lynn and get some of you and all of us may be in some legal trouble today, right? The speed at which we access information. Not to mention the volume of information. What's that are, you know fingertips today who would have imagined that? In the early sixties. Can I tell you something else unimaginable back in the sixties. National debt approaching $33 trillion now. I mean in 1964. When Dylan penned this famous song, our total U. S debt was on Lee a little over 300 billion. Matter fact the nation's entire GDP back then was only $685 billion. My How times really have changed 1964, the medium. US household income. Get this a meager $6600 a year. Now. By contrast, in 2019, the average you house household credit card balance carried a monthly balance of $6849 more than an entire year's savings in 1964, or earnings, rather Debt. Perhaps more than anything else has changed since the even the turn of the new century. For example, younger families today are saddled with debt in many cases, even before Mom and dad even know each other. Between student loan debts and credit card debt. The average college graduate starts out life today with a whopping $32,000 of debt. I want you to think about that. The college graduates today before they even get married. Bring over as a couple bring over $64,000 of debt into that new marriage. And we want her. Why so many of these new young marriages in so quickly in divorce? If you were someone you love is a young person today saddled with the suffocating burden of debt. This segment is for you. And I want you to hear this loud and clear There is a way out, and it doesn't have to be a long drawn out battle with spending cuts that take you to the bone or beyond. Our proprietary dead elimination and wealth building process has helped thousands of people nationwide. Eliminate all of their debt and turn it into liquid wealth. In the process. It is possible to slay the dragon of dead, but you're gonna probably have to go a different direction, because if you're following conventional wisdom more than likely, that's what's got you into the debt problem. Listen, I say.

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"$32,000" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Bread. I'd really appreciate your wit. Brenda emails in maybe Nazi. Pelosi didn't want us to know where her appointments were going to be, because we might catch her indoors without a mask again. Not thought of that. That's very clever. Arranges in the car. Your money, Ranger. How are you? Morning, Bruce. I do a lot of confidence waiting. And I guess I could have called the n double A C P on this question, but as far as presenting the way that the Democrats why, for years we've been hearing about unfair hiring practices and it being racial, uh, in their hiring practices. Against people of color. With all the job openings happening right now, Why is the market being flooded with applicants of people of color, taking up the jobs? Well, it's not just people of color, of course, but you're right there because we're compensating them too highly. Now, Of course, this is not something. That the Biden administration will acknowledge. But the fact is that the people who are staying home and not working right now is because they've done the math and the math is unless you're making over $32,000 a year you you do better financially but simply staying home. Well, I would think it's the passion with such strong about that subject that they might bypass that and say, you know, in the long run, I'll take the job because I'm gonna be better off with security. Well, they anticipate getting the job as soon as the unemployment benefits were out there probably look bluntly. We should probably right on this. Probably completely 100% right. That will happen is people will have trouble finding employees until those benefits are sunset. And it seems to me that the extra is supposed to run out sometime this summer. We'll see what happens then. Once that extra 300 a week runs out, we may see a kick up the number of people. It's just going to work. That's what point Yep. We'll see Rachel. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it. Okay. Now, this is classic folks. You know some people. Tell a joke. And some people cannot tell a joke. And Joe Biden took his swing into played a couple of times yesterday, and he pretty clearly false in the second category. Again. This is the president, speaking to the Coast guards at the Coast Guard Academy Graduation. He's talking about the importance of traditions, but you found ways to find ways to keep many of the academy's traditions alive. Maybe even formed a few new ones. You still were able to bring your cars on campus. Just.

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"$32,000" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on KOMO

"Process was deeply collaborative. Deeply visionary and deeply intentional about lifting up every voice from community to law enforcement. But every voice in the process, the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police chiefs is generally supportive of the new measures. They say in a statement that reform and good police work are not mutually exclusive. Charlie Harder. Come on news. The Seattle Police Department says it needs drug detecting dogs. The department is trying to raise $32,000 to buy two of them. Assistant Chief Deane Intellect says that Recent narcotics busts and increasing rates of overdoses account for the need. We really wanted to expand our capability to be able to impact drug trafficking in the area to make arrests of the criminal enterprises that air trafficking narcotics. And to save lives, and this is a tool that's really gonna help. Our detectives do that. The Seattle Police Department does not currently have any drug detecting dogs that become a library system permanently eliminating overdue fines for late items. COUPLES. Frank Clancy reports. Not only will you not have to pay fines for overdue books into coma libraries anymore. If you've already racked up finds your account will be cleared The news Tribune reports patrons have amassed about $421,000 in fines over the past seven years. Kate Larsson. That's come, a public library director tells the trip overdue fines have a minimal impact on their budget and can be a burden for families and prevent them from coming back. If you lose your damage, something you check out, though you'll still have to pay for it. And now your book will automatically be renewed when it comes due unless it's on hold for somebody else into coma. Frank Lindsay Co Moh news coming up on Come on news after we check on sports and most economically destructive volcanic event in U. S history happened 41 years ago today I'm Carleen Johnson a look back. First of 2 10 are Sports Update from the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk With almost BILL Sports, the Mariners try no wake up their baths against the Tigers offense nearly non existent in Seattle. Syriza opening 4 to 1 loss to Detroit. Manager Scott Service says you say Kikuchi was the tough luck, loser. You know, you gave up three runs over six innings and you should be right there. Like I said, unfortunate offensively, we got nothing going at all against my Came to a T Mobile park this evening. Justin done on the mound for 21 21. Seattle, The New York Mets Kevin Pilar, seeing a face specialist after he was struck by a 94 mile per hour pitch from Atlanta reliever Jacob Webb. Pilar suffered multiple nasal fractures. The Seattle Storm topped the WN ba power poles this week. Thanks to their season opening victory against Las Vegas. Hey, the storm in Aces have a rematch tonight at Everett's Angel of the Winds. Arena. Kansas Jayhawks. Men's basketball. ADDS Arizona State transfer A point guard Remy Martin and pairings around for around one of the PGA Championship Thursday, Rory McIlroy in the same group with Brooks kept and Justin Thomas. Defending champion column or a coward plays alongside Bryce into Shambo and Masters winner Hideki Matsui. Yama Sports A 10 and 40 after the hour bill Sports Come on is 41 years ago. Today, Mount ST Helens erupted the deadliest and most economically destructive volcanic event in recorded U. S history. Look back with Cuomo's Carleen Johnson.

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"$32,000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"There is something special about that. When you hear now Here's how today and we start today. Well, I don't know about that with him right now Writing most of us who solve the world's problems, both us along with Steve Lamb, Yes. Yeah, You heard that. Sean Chastain and Brad Barton. Back together again in the studio, let their back together. How many people are that Rangers game last time sound like it's full. Huh? No, don't know. They're not it. Uh, they're not home. What stuff they played here. There were they don't? Yeah, it was a gold by field. Okay, but they wanted capacity. Is that what you're saying? Right right in there, exploring expanding even more now? So okay. Just sounded full. Yeah, lots. I like a good any time The Yankees come to town. Yeah. Okay. That's it. Yeah. I mean, there are a lot of Yankee fans there, okay? Lot of Yankee fans a lot of flooding in the area as well. If you look at some of the video that's out there, see the Trinity River and yes, yes. Yeah. White Rock Lake? Yep. There's flooding issues that we'll talk about that throughout the morning. Get an update on what things look like out there. We did get word yesterday that Governor Greg Abbott is going to follow the leader, Governor Henry McMaster, and some dozen or so others in the country and that unemployment benefit the extra $300 will end. In Texas. I guess there's just too many job openings in Texas, Tonto sustain the Free money. Yeah, You just can't do it. It's going to end effective June 26. That's a $300 weekly unemployment supplement from the feds and the governor said, Listen, the Texas economy is booming. Employers are hiring a community throughout the state. According to the Texas Workforce Commission, the number of job openings in Texas is almost identical. How The number of Texans who are receiving unemployment benefits. Well. There you go. I had cause to go down Main Street in Weatherford yesterday and noticed every marquee on every fast food restaurant held up one. Now that you know you may be, You may be sitting there saying to yourself Well, you know, Help Wanted poster at the restaurant is done My idea of a career. And, uh, I understand that But yeah, You have to be carded. Yep. Uh, let's let's be careful before we know before we go there now of the jobs that are posted in Texas right now, 45% of them pay Maura than $15.50 an hour. Then that's you know, that's great. Minimum wage isn't going to allow you to heaven That's not minimum wage only 2% of the jobs that are posted right now pay minimum wage. 76% of the jobs were posted in Texas pay more than 11 59. Job. Market's just too hot number. Yeah, there got no choice. So I totally agree with you. But even even that entry level positions at fast food restaurants that they're bringing that $300 is keeping him home. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, they way did this last week, John while you were out That you you could you make about 32? What was it? How about $32,000 on unemployment? Something like that. If you have $15,000 a year job you make you make 31 something. Make $15 salary. You $15. Don't you see you make more money sitting at home looking at the aquarium than you do going into work, CIA. Yeah, actually. Yeah. When the self respect come into play here. What were you looking lot of? You know what? That I would rather Be doing something than just laying here on my bun and waiting for Uncle Sam to send me my deposit My check, But, you know, also are you sitting there thinking? You know what No. And I'm not demeaning this at all. But I don't wanna be flipping hamburgers. That's you know. That's not That's what I want. That's what I would say. You know to the person who lost his job making Seven year old 60 70,000 years. To go flip burgers, And as I said, you know nothing wrong with that. I used to do it. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. You think I'd drive by that place that God, That's not what I want to do A little work, but I don't want to. But you know what? We're all e mean were a lot of people are doing stuff They don't want to do. Yeah, okay. You know, you're one of the fortunate ones You're doing What you wanna do all your life. I know it. I know. I mean, you think about those guys, you know that no matter what it is and work, you know, roofing houses would, uh, working on a factory line That may not be what they want to do. They show up for work every day. Right? How about this number that came out of the twc? 18% of all claims for unemployment during the pandemic. Confirmed. Suspected to be fraudulent. Not surprising at all. I'm surprised the numbers that low. Well, all right, You know what that blow number means. 800,000 claims. How about that working work were fraudulent. You know what the dollar amount paid out for? That is Oh, God. Well 800,000 times $300 a week. Can we do it that way? No more than it's him point for billion dollars. Unbelievable. That's in fraudulent claims have been paid. The way this is anyone held accountable for that. You know, I don't know. I'm sure there has to be I mean, Obviously the person who filed the fraudulent claims should be held accountable. But is there a bureaucrat who should be held accountable for not Investigating that from the beginning. That's the beauty of being a bureaucrat is that you get lost in the shuffle on? Yeah, you're not gonna be held accountable, but I mean, shouldn't someone have checked that at the front end? Well, yeah. I mean, you should go all the way up the line. It should be. You know the person who approved the claim that person supervisor that person supervisor all the way up to the governor. You know, whoever it is, that's $10 billion of iron money just gone. Well, duh de vet everyone that applied or do you just don't think you know. I mean, were they just overwhelmed where they couldn't do it? I got on the short term disability for my accident. Right and the hoops that I had to jump through to get that were pretty extensive. Okay. Good. Um many communications with the me and the insurance company and the insurance company in the hospital and all that There was a lot of vetting going on. So and that's private industry. You know, it's not government. But when you were when you were furloughed from cumulus, did you have that same kind of conversation with With the team you see. Never got furlough to know you didn't get her alone so It is 5 11 wbf P traffic.

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"$32,000" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"E S N Now. China, Stalin, Russia, Mussolini, FASCISM, Nazism, Imperial Japan, Paul Pott, killing Fields all happened. 100 million human souls destroyed in the name of government, fanaticism and evil. So we need the biggest, baddest, meanest, toughest kick ass military on the face of the Earth so we can preserve freedom. Which, of course you know is always in in in jeopardy, but one generation away from extinction. As the great Ronald Reagan once said. Now anyway, back to the economy, and the six Republican states have now announced they going to stop participating in the federal government Supplemental Pandemic unemployment program early because they want to get people back to work. And the reason is is with the supplemental unemployment money. It's incentivizing people not to go back to work. And this is now widespread. It's in other words, it's hurting the recovery that we desperately need. And on Tuesday, Iowa became the most recent state. You have miss Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, South Carolina, North Carolina, North Dakota Montana name now. Also notified their labor force is Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said. All the pandemic related unemployment benefit programs initially provided crucial assistance at the outset of the health crisis that now discouraging some Iowans from finding work. I told you I had an opportunity to see this massive manufacturing center. This weekend. Just I'm just I'm interested in things that I don't know why I'm interested in them. But I am And when I meet interesting people I want to know more about them. I love hearing people success story, so we don't have it. They find themselves in this particular line of work or this particular Business and, in some cases so highly successful. And I don't get impressed that often. Saw massive, massive massive Warehouse. That everything is automated and it blew me away. And at this particular place that run 24 7. The beverage industry. Put the pick their pounded out, 1500. Bottles, cans. Whatever it is, I'm meant a minute. 24 7. With only 60% staffing. And I asked how much you're paying anywhere $2022 to start on our $22 an hour. It's not terrible. You know, if I was out of work, I'd take that job but heartbeat. One of the black worst things you can do is stay home. Didn't warning anyone on unemployment offered a suitable job must take it, you know? Yeah, that's really gonna impact people. After it was revealed anyone on a $32,000 salary before covert now warns more in benefits. 32,000 Joe Biden says there's no evidence, though, of people being paid to stay home, But no one should be allowed to game the system. Yet. Joe's really going to intimidate them, just like he intimidates. Russia, China Iran The North Koreans and everybody else. They're so afraid of Joe. Joe saying Americans must accept a job or lose their unemployment benefits. How you gonna prove that Joe? We're gonna people ratting out on other Americans like the mask, police that you want to hire and the government, you know, sensors of information that your administration's been talking about. And are bailing out state on it. But we're opening a portal for state and local governments to apply for the first funds. How did Joe Biden think that it was a good idea that they put a writer on the bill in the blue state bailout monies? Where states are not allowed to cut their taxes. Wants that deal. Basically blackmailing states into their stupidity just like to try and pressure other countries into adopting a worldwide corporate tax so that American companies don't decide to pack and leave. And take their tax money in their jobs with them. Mike. It's happening in New York and New Jersey and Michigan and California. I mean, Mick Mulvaney is not wrong in saying that you remember his former OM, be director. This is a very dangerous place for us to be Everybody's talking about inflationary pressures and rising interest rates. Janet Yellen and one other administration official mention had mentioning it last week. I mean, the you know, I know many of you all happy with the stock market. I don't have a lot of faith in the stock market. I don't know my gut feeling. Don't follow my my advice here. I don't know anything. Talk to your own financial people. My gut feeling. Interest rates going to start climbing inflationary fears will become reality. Stock market that has, you know, been on a ride. One way trajectory for a while, I would imagine what they call a correction is probably in our future. But what the hell do I know? I don't know a whole lot about it, and I don't invest a lot in it. Don't I need to feel it, touch it be able to see it. Not into always feel like we the little people are the last to know what really goes on in these deals, so I just stays far away from it is I can't let you know all the deals that I've turned down. I'm saying now I'm gonna pass. Yeah, I'm gonna pass there, So that's okay. Lot. Um, celebrate Democrats celebrating, you know into believing the farthest left president was was a moderate. Joe Biden is not among moderate Never has been a moderate, You know, Now we have our eyes off the border disaster that is unfolding. You know, dramatic video showing illegal immigrants streaming across the Rio Grande. You see this? It's like a long line, then being assisted by Border Patrol. Welcome to America will help you in DHS Secretary May Yorker saying the border eyes closed. Really has to stop them. Has he has he been watching the video that is now out there? Not sure he has Meanwhile, everyone else seems to be concerned more with woke nous. And let's see critical race theory and, oh, by the way, the woke brigade is up that has upset Tim Tebow is reportedly Signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Why do they care? If he can play and the team wants him. God bless him. Good for him. Why? Because he believes in Jesus and God one a horrible thing. He wants to be a better person. Admit he's a sinner and one's got to make him a better person. What a horrible thing to bay. By the way, the army's first female infantry officer, ripping separate physical test for men and women with equal opportunity comes responsibility, the army's first female infantry officer, warning that implementing a separate physical fitness standards for men Women could endanger all soldiers..

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"$32,000" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Larry Elder Show are brought to you, in part by job creators Network plays this fat from Wisconsin. So listen, that clown it just you let talk. You know he's missing formed. He's the hypocrite if he wants to pay $34 a gallon And all this other That's inflation, Everything else, so be it. He threw. His kind has thrown us under the bus. It's above policies. Nothing else You don't have to like the guy. It's about the policies that makes our country going. The right direction. Have a good day. Triple 8971 s a G triple 89717243 I am Larry Elder. We are really effective dot com studio been watching Fox last couple of days, They've had live pictures on the border. People just blindly walking across Day, whole bunch of them from Venezuela. Like a train one after another after another, voluntarily separating themselves to have two Border patrol. Were there. I don't know what happens, processed. And one reporter from Fox that they're just walking away. No border patrol around because they're over staffed people just walking into the interior Going. Who knows where Texas sheriff made a comment about this Jackson County, Texas sheriff. We'll talk about that later on the program. Joe Biden doesn't believe that the Incentives not to work have anything at all to do with white people are not going back to work. Chuck, Schumer says insulting to say people don't want to work. Bank of America. Economists say that anybody who was making $32,000 a year is better off, not working, at least in the short term. Only they could all be Trump's just goody. Economist from Bank of America. You think they're Trump supporters? The right wingers. Michelle Obama says she's worried that her daughters will be treated treated differently. Because you're black. I kid you, not Michelle Obama. Here. The dogs could be treated differently because they're nice name is Obama. Just like the George W. Bush daughters were treated differently because their last name is Bush for crying out loud. Regarding the George Floyd verdict, Michelle Obama said black still need to be still need to worry about walking their dogs. Similar worked on LeBron James said. Get back. Get back to that in a second. I want to say Something first about the education system. We have k through 12. I'm looking at the demands made by, for example, the Chicago Teachers Union. Chicago public schools. Urban areas. Awful. Member that Syriza that CNN did call Chicago land where they follow the mayor of Chicago. They follow that then, uh, police chief and they followed a principal of a high school in Chicago called Finger High F E N G. E. R. Very charismatic, young black woman. They showed her mapping out routes. To and from the school. Give the kids so they could navigate around gang infested territory near the high school. What's the concern on the part of the left systemic racism of the part of the cops? Concerned the part of the left. Disproportionality. Unequal results. You've got a high school where the principal is mapping out routes to give to the kids so they can avoid being killed by the gangs near the school. We're talking about systemic racism. The cops against black people. Are you smoking something? 75% of black kids in California cannot read a great level. The math scores are worse. School scores for Hispanics only slightly better. We're talking about climate change. Going back to Chicago Teachers union. Get to the guess what they're demanding. 15 paid sick days a year instead of the five mandated for Chicago employers. Debt forgiveness. Explain to me what not going to work is still being paid. Allows you to demand de forgiveness. Explain that to me. Suspended mortgage payments. Temporary shutdown of eviction court. Moratorium on utility shut offs. Normal, penalizing schools based on funding on school attendance, So the kids don't show up. You still get the same amount of money. This is what the unions were demanding. They were coalition led by the Chicago's Teachers Union. Also demand that they made Did make a demand on themselves about making sure they k through 12 performance is any better? I told you some years ago, a young politician named Barack Obama, who was then state senator of Illinois. Given a great deal of money from the Annenberg Challenge. Which later on match so I think they spent about $100 million to improve public education in Chicago didn't have his own kids there, of course. To improve public education. Chicago By their own admission after blowing through all that money teaching courses on self esteem. And being a social justice warrior after spending all that money By their own admission. Scores weren't any better now this is hands on One of the few things that Rock Obama ever did. That was truly hands on Disaster. 29% of Chicago public school teachers. We have school age kids, 29% of them, have them and have them in private schools. Again, as opposed to 10% nationwide. 6% of black families nationwide. What does that tell you? No cut on the TV. Let's talk about civil rights charges being brought against Derek Sheldon. And nobody brought up that the A G of Minnesota just days earlier said that there was no evidence that what Derek Children did with motivated by George Boys race. Nobody even brought that up. Talking second about the Recent weekend. Baltimore. Chicago would say 27 shootings. Five fatal.

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United States Initial Jobless Claims

WSJ What's News

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

United States Initial Jobless Claims

"From the stock market to the department of labor weekly jobless claims will be released today. We saw the numbers starting to trend. Lo were at the end of last month but overall the figure has remained elevated suggesting a high level of layoffs as year into the

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"$32,000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"A job in December. Did you get $32,000? No. Uh huh. They could have you know these here? Here's the thing. We got people clamoring for the $600 checks. I'm gonna pull back the curtain for you. My parents have not received their check in, okay? They should. They should both get a check. They haven't yet. They don't have. They don't do the director Posit. They haven't gotten their check it. My mom was trying to track it down yesterday because she wants the 600 bucks. Sure. Here we need Grambling for the 600 bucks. It's chicken feed. Chicken scratch they threw to you when they spent $32,000 per person. On other stuff. $32,000 a person and then they hide it. They disguise it. They don't want you. You're the last person they want right now telling people this all right, So let me ask you this. How If they don't do the $1.9 trillion of Joe Biden wants, all right. Have you gotten $20,159 worth of covert 19 relief? Nothing. I know of a defect, Hanif and is holding this out on me. I mean, Stupid. Do you feel like you've gotten 20 $20,159 worth of covert 19, right? No, sir. This is unbelievable. That's what he spent it Z crazy. Now, listen, I know before I get emails, and before crazy people call me and say, Listen, you don't know. Hey, I know that would have been direct money to me that some of it was spent on Safely reopening schools was sent on Peopie. Some of it was spent on ventilator. Someone was funneled vaccine research. I get all that. But don't try to appease people with a $600 check. Call it good. Would they've spent? What is it? 30,000? Yes, per person. Good gosh, 30,000 if there was if they would take the 1.9 trillion and divide it by 330 million Americans. That's $5757.57 per American, right? Somebody who the people who work at the Kennedy Center can say here. Here's here's mine for the Kennedy Center on the People who own small business can say OK, I will take mine and my and my two kids and put this back into the business. Do it that way. And then let us decide how we're going to. Ah, how to direct the money. I'm with you, man. I am now what? You don't have to separate it into this bunch of that bunch. Coming up. We still got all your the audio from Chuck Schumer will do that. 7 37 on what he says Joe Biden should do they all say Throwback 57 45 You better believe it. Nicole has the 7 30 news. Next, an arrest has been made in the murder of a North Texas uber Eats Driver Story is next. Windows,.

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"$32,000" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"$32,000" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"A shock Quarter of chief executives are now considering moving their business operations to a cheaper location. States like Texas and Florida have become viable business hubs employers seeking to flee cities with high cost of living and a high tax structure. Work from home options are most attractive toe larger companies, and that's where things stand right now. Now I read something in one of our trade magazines couple of days ago. And they were talking to a high up executive and one of the big media companies, and they said, You know, we really loving this. Uh, remote. Working situation. It's really beneficial because it allows us to hire people who live anywhere. It's a national pool. Now we don't have to have somebody locally. They can work remotely, and our real estate footprint doesn't have to be as big Why pay $32,000 a month for this massive facility when you can pay $5000 a month for a much smaller one. Everybody's working remotely. I don't know if this is going to hold up over time, though. That's the real question because we no matter what happens. We do have a tendency to go back to our old ways. Ah, lot of folks you hear them talking about. I just can't wait for things to get back to normal. And I would imagine there are a lot of businesses. It would tell you. You know this working remotely thing? Yeah, it hasn't worked out really well for us. When it's not as productive as we once were. You know you can't people are late for meetings where they show up, and it's clearly been laying out by the pool or that kind of thing. No, pretty much. There are probably I don't know. Eight people in the building. Here. I'm one of the only shows that still works from the studio. Yeah, they said, you want to work from home. That's fine with us. And now I'll just keep coming in. Just assume do that. Don't think my neighbors would appreciate me too much spending three hours what it would sound like a I got a TV on really, really loud in my apartment, and I don't think they'd appreciate that. I hadn't found a house I wanna buy yet. So you're going to see more businesses Moved to Texas move, more businesses moved to Florida, including headquarters. In fact, over 30, major financial institutions, including Goldman Sachs are investigating properties in Florida Tech workers living in the Bay Area have found it less and less beneficial to live there. Companies like Twitter have announced. They're letting employees work from home even after pandemic restrictions have been lifted and home could be anyplace. It's becoming more attractive. The larger companies 20% of companies making over $3 billion Are thinking. You know what we're going to probably do in our entire operation remotely. So one of the big changes. That's what the pandemic has brought, you know, and I honestly don't know if it's a good thing or bad when it doesn't bother me one way or the other. If I have to work from home, I'll be happy to But I'd rather just show up. You know, because at least I can kind of control things here. I don't have to leave it in Joseph's hands because I know he's in there watching TV. You know you are All right, Let's move on to training Topic Number one. And the reason I made this trending topic number one was just the headline. Was too good to Pasha Pass up. L. A super spreader task force breaks up stripper parties..

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"$32,000" Discussed on The JaySin Podcast

The JaySin Podcast

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"$32,000" Discussed on The JaySin Podcast

"Huge southern this week nightmare. It was out for five hundred dollars. I had a few friends who got about like five or six of them. He was selling them for like seven fifty. I heard people selling it for a thousand. I even heard that resellers were asking thirty. Two thousand dollars for the. You've gotta be the dumbest person legal kick out all that money. I make more in the first batch is always gonna have glitches an issue. I mean i think the same thing as well but you know how these video fanatics are. I'm not. I'm sure there's some rich trust fund kid out there who's like all rights thirty two thousand whatever that's nothing that's like money under my bed. I'm just gonna you know by this. Ps five. Because i can't find it anywhere else basically you got issues. It's just that yeah. I think that's a lot actually to spent thirty two thousand dollars along. I it was on ebay james way and just system for five like you can't just wait negative funny stories behind behind the the drama so i have one girlfriend. More has a friend who had china get that piece for boyfriend so why was like fordham lined up with the item in their cart. Intimation foldout ready. Just just press a purchase liz. It just purchased. Tom bring no body. Got it ever message popping up sorry. Item is no longer a card system crashing. I'm just like man. Let me tell you all that like what what is in that. Ps five people really like putting their life one alarm right now. Well you know everything that comes out when it comes to electronics. There's always a big sensation of these things. So when we talk about iphones we talk about. Ps five because you know when we talk about playstations period. Ps five just playstations period. They released their Their consoles i think every decade. If i'm not sure like they wait like every decade shar as yet because this is the start of a new decade and they're ready releasing it and i think the. Ps four if i'm not mistaken was released in the twenty tens.

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"$32,000" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"$32,000" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I paid off $32,000 in 24 month. Good for you and your range of income during that time. I started making 33,000. And now I'm up to a little over 37,000 good for you. What do you do for a living? I am an assistant branch manager for a small local bank here in town. Oh, good for you. Very cool. Very cool. So what happened? 24 months ago, They put you on this journey. Well, my boyfriend now my husband at the time kept listening to this guy called Dave. And he kept bugging me to listen to the podcast with him and you playing over and over and over again. Hey, did the class in college and he really want to need to get on board. When I was in college, you know, I worked at a bank and the teller and I always spent everything that I made never have any money left over and didn't save a dime. But we were at my sister in law's wedding, and Rob came up to me and he said, I want to introduce you to somebody and I met my financial piece Coordinators. At our local church got fined up and started doing the class and it was You know all up from there? Oh, wow. Okay, So when did you get married? When he got married three weeks ago. Oh, newlyweds and the panda did it way. Wow. Good for you. So you knocked out the debt completely by yourself, then Yeah. Before the wedding, actually really funny story. You know when I started doing the class, and you know, learning all about the baby steps wrapped that, you know, all proposed. If you pay off your debt, so was like, really So I just went and I started going at it and going on and all my paychecks went towards that I lived with my parents for two years while I did it, But he surprised me a year early and proposed for a paid it off before the wedding. Come on, hold the ring hostage to the debt. Yo that, Laura? No, you get engaged. I'm so glad and get married before Correct. Good, good. Yeah, I guess they gave you some motivation. Oh, definitely. Mr Mr Romantic. Here's Dave Ramsey. And let me introduce you at a wedding to a financial diversity coordinator. And, oh, by the way, I'm holding the ring hostage. This guy's hard core. I love him. Oh, you guys are fun. Congratulations for you. So you shifted. Obviously the whole way You thought about money the way you handle money because you said you were just kind of like spending whatever you had in your paycheck. Teo sacrificing putting money towards debt, the whole thing. So what was the hardest part for you, Uh, changing that mindset and going through these motions. I think changing out of that spend spend spend. You know, I wanna have fun college mentality to being an adult and having a goal and a purpose and knowing what you want to do with your money and make your money work for you in a positive way. I think that was the hardest part about you. No, it's saying no to people saying no to a friend saying no to, you know, buying that next big thing that comes out, you know, just blocking out the noise. Just everything on the goal that you set out for yourself. And I think in the end once you actually do it and stick to that budget it is so worth it. You know, it's so interesting that all these people that are not paying any of your bills have an opinion. I like the phrase Blocking out the noise. That's good. That's really good. So the 32,000 in the 32,000 student loans Suitland in my car, Okay, Very cool. We ever go back in that. Not long as wraps around no together now, so he's watching. That's amazing. Well, so fun. You guys were starting a whole new whole new journey. I mean marriage obviously huge number one. Number two. The no financial stress with bills and payments. I mean, so many people probably wish they were you that are listening, saying, Wow, if we just starting off our marriage and that stage of life so young With no payments. You guys, are you guys gonna kill it? Yeah. Absolutly. Congratulations. So you haven't had a financial piece university class cheering you on you had. Ah, ah, a fiance cheering you on Who else was cheering you on? My family. My now in laws cheered me on of the class was actually by their church at their house. So I went every Monday for nine weeks and spent time with them. We'd had dinner after class, though They cheered me on my co workers at my old job back home, cheered me on and even the customers at the banquet cheer me on, they would come in and Sit at my desk and say, How are you doing on your own that free journey? How's it going? So that's not everybody. Everybody shared me on. It was great. Very, very cool. I love it. I love him. Very well done. You guys very, very proud of you, Lawrence. You are a hero. You took control of your life. Well done. Got a copy of Chris Hogan's booked for you every day millionaires. How ordinary people built extraordinary wealth and how you can, too on. That's the next chapter in your story. You are on your way. 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"$32,000" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"$32,000" Discussed on WTOP

"Severe He tolerated that infusion without difficulty on his kidney and liver function continued to be normal. Our plan is to give the fourth dose of Rome disappear this evening before he goes back to the White House, and we've made arrangements to deliver the fifth and final dose of his treatment course. At the White House tomorrow evening, President Trump will remain on the powerful steroid dexamethasone. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. By the way, W T. Opie's Ken Duffy is headed out to Walter Reed now and he'll be on site when the president leaves sometime around 6 30 this evening, he put on w T o P for full coverage all afternoon and evening long. You can also listen to w GOP dot com for 22 in other news from restaurants, making sure everything a sanitized between guests to everyone being told, aware face masks when they go out. A lot of steps we can take to stop the spread of Corona virus. And even though you should continue with all the precautions, Dr Anthony Fauci of N. I h tells Double d T O P. We've learned a lot since March about how the disease spreads one big takeaway from what's been seen. There's a considerable degree of transmission. From people without symptoms to people are uninfected, which makes it much more compelling to wear masks and facial covering, Dr Anthony found. She is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health. What about touching something Theoretically, one can transmit by touching the surface, he says. That would be a result of touching something which recently got the virus on it. But surface transmission over all that is by no means. A major way that this fact that this virus is transmitted Mike Murillo. W T o P News by Virginia law Utilities Khun Start disconnecting customers again tonight at midnight. Until now because of hardships caused by the pandemic. People who couldn't pay have not been cut off. Dominion Energy says it will not disconnect anyone's power going forward. The utility says it's waiting on the Virginia General Assembly to possibly extend a moratorium on Disconnections. Dominion is also offering customers up to a year to pay down there past bills and that starts June 15th and Montgomery County is expanding a program to help relieve financial burden. Starting today, an emergency assistance program is being expanded to reach More low income residents. You can now qualify if your income was 150% of the federal poverty level. That's about $32,000 for a family of three. The county is also increasing the size of assistance checks for the neediest residents. If you've.

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