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"$63,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Department of Health and Human Services and the ad council. This is a Bloomberg money minute with prices at the gas pump near all time highs, a lot of drivers are changing the way they think about gas powered vehicles. People are very aware of the gas prices and we've seen this recent spike in interest for alternative fuel vehicles, including hybrids, plugin hybrids, and electric vehicles. That's Carl brower executive analyst at IC cars dot com, the online auto search engine who cautions it's not just pump prices that are rising sharply. Yeah, it's unfortunate that at the same time gas prices have gone up making EVs potentially more valuable and more rational decision so have their prices gone up. With the cost of lithium, palladium nickel and other materials used in EVs shooting higher, Edmund says average prices on EVs are now about $63,000 compared to $46,000 on average for all vehicles, making Tesla's rivian's Ford F one 50 lightning and others out of reach for many Americans. Tom busby, Bloomberg radio. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology makes innovation happen. The university helped biomedical engineering professor Tara Alvarez launch a startup that may revolutionize vision therapy. Our startup through NG IT is called ocular motor technology. We create virtual reality, vision therapy in a head mounted display. So it's gaming and basically sugarcoating the therapy so that children and young adolescents don't even realize they're doing therapy. To accomplish this, we need biomedical engineers, which are here in on GIT campus, a computer scientist, artists, people that are into story development, and then we are collaborating with a lot of the large pediatric medical centers. This idea of a startup culture is extremely important to not just nj IT and the national science foundation, but also to the U.S. as a societal whole. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology. Learn more at NJ IT dot EDU. Not completing high school is more of a social thing
"$63,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On 17 hour super long haul flights between Auckland and New York or Chicago. No word yet on the final cost. The Cadillac lyric electric SUV is not worth waiting for. Bloomberg's car critic Hannah Elliott strove the 2023 lyric through the mountains outside Park City, Utah, found it falling short on power and speed compared to the Tesla Model Y and it's not even a production model yet. Only caddy die hard to put down the deposit to buy the $63,000 EV when they are already exceptional offerings available from Audi Mercedes BMW Porsche and Ford. I'm Andrew rote, Bloomberg radio and JIT makes innovation happen. It also makes entrepreneurs like Anya o'dwyer, founder of innovate, a tech driven civil engineering and construction management firm, Anya says and JIT is defining the future. Extremely important as a hub of disciplines all in one space with all of these brilliant minds. NGOs roll is huge when it comes to defining the future and power from an interdisciplinary point of view. They have it all there, whether it's the innovation hub, the makerspace, and it is already creating fash collaboration between the disciplines and you have civil engineers speaking to programmers speaking to electrical engineers. And together, they're creating advancements that we wouldn't have been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem as one rather than solving it in isolation. And JIT, New Jersey institute of technology. Learn more at nj IT dot EDU. Business, finance, and the latest news evicting world markets, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over a 120 countries. This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update President
"$63,000" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Boy's neighborhood give it up for Honey is up in here. Don't try this at home on e. Don't badman from working. Don't ban men from working. All right. Okay. This is going on in Australia. I'll go home right now. You know, I'm telling you not here, enough for this job yet, but big. This is what's going on in Australia. Any man wants to be a street sweeper. They cannot be a street super. So they're paying $63,000 a year. They're telling people to come and apply. But they're saying the only requirement is this you must identify as non male Ieave. Female. Non binary or gender nonconforming. Okay, so hold on. You must identify as non male I female, non binary or gender nonconforming E So I can go get the job If I identify as such, Yes, you could. But that's the only way you could because they want more women to be street sweepers, But it could be a man but just identify No. Okay, That's that's that's a lot to understand. It's like obviously a male dominant position, I guess. Yeah, so, like right now, there's a lot of men in this of the street sweeping industry, and they're like, you know what we want to make sure that women get in here so they can work. And then there was this woman on the news, who agreed. It is a very powerful example of supporting and encouraging women to step into a role that has traditionally been the domain of men. Is that the way to do it? No. I'll just hire women. Yeah, or hire more women or just saying Hey, we have, like, you know, one of those job fairs or something like that. And you know, you gotta I don't know if they got equal opportunity employment out there, But I just say, Hey, you know, I want more women. Yeah, that's exactly what I thought. Or like, you know, just, like, let everyone apply. And then whoever is best for the job. Yeah, I'm pretty sure that there's a lot of ladies that can drive a street cleaner. Yeah. You know what I'm saying? There is you guys are even when they went on YouTube to see if there were female drivers. They saw that there were female street super drivers. I was like, so one Australia, though. Yeah. Oh, okay. They want more than Yes, I was like, But why are you going to exclude them in? That kind of sucks, And I was like, we should start, you know, excluding other stuff, maybe like stripping because I never really go to like a lady Strip club or Guy Strip club. And you're saying Wait? What's that strippers like male and female or No. They should be together. Kind of like like in the same.
"$63,000" Discussed on KTRH
"Men and 7 38. Here's our time in Melbourne, Australia. The City Council has banned all men from applying for this job. Men need not apply. Now. Just so you understand the difference between equity and equality. Equality would say that anybody is welcome to apply for the job. Regardless of race, creed, color or national origin or sex or any of those or any of those things, everybody will be treated equally. In this case, it's about equity, so no men can apply for this job. It's the job of a street sweeper. Now, that doesn't sound very glamorous. But do you know how much they pay in Melbourne, Australia for street sweeper? To drive the little truck. Keep the streets clean. $63,000 a year. That's not bad. That's more than we pay some teachers. In our country. But the city Council there wants to make sure that they have opened up a job. Two people who identify as non male. Oh, wait a minute. Then you're okay. All you have to do is identify as being non male. It's about it's not even about your real sex is about identification. It's pretty amazing. You don't seem to be that us. We were pretty much in simpatico with Australia. But they have maybe even got more liberal than we have is that possible? 7 40 time for traffic.
"$63,000" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Dr John Deloney Ramsey. Personality is my co host. Open phones. A Triple 882552 to 5 Cabin is in Denver. Hi, Kevin. How are you? I'm pretty good. How are you better than I deserve. What's up in your world? Well, I could use some help with giving my dad snowball going. And I'm having trouble with zero something budget. Um, I believe I'm on baby slip number two. Okay. You got $1000. Uh, five. You have $5000. Yes. Okay. Good. Well, baby step one is $1000. Maybe Step two. As we list all of our debts, smallest to largest. Pay minimum payments on everything but the little one and attack the little one with any money we can find from any source, And that would include $4000, which is the four above the one and so we're gonna throw that at the small step that's definitely gonna get you rolling. What's your very small stat? As small as that is, I believe $230. Alright, it's going. What's the next one? What? What's the next one? The next one is have it right here. Um, 5350 Can you go from $250 to $5000? We'll see. Um I have, uh, life insurance loan. I have retirement loan, and, um, the only other Ohman literalism basically paid. I got them on automatic pay. Yeah, Utilities are not a debt. That's a budget item. Okay, So you in life insurance loan is going to be gone. Are you healthy? Can you get life insurance? Uh, actually, I have some some issues. You know, I have, um, obesity, um, high blood pressure. Actually, it's my high anymore, but Have a history of it. Yeah, If you can get the term insurance, it'll probably be cheaper than the whole life And then the whole life being canceled will pay off that loan. That is not alone. You want to repay that's alone. You want to get rid of about getting rid of that policy. How much do you owe on your retirement account? 3503 3000 and $56. Okay, So your second smallest debt is the retirement account. Yeah. Okay, So if you had $4000 in your hand, you can pay off those first two debts. Correct. Do you have any other That? Do I have student loans? Both me and my wife have 63,000 and soon long to my wife has on during 19. What do you guys make it here? A little over 100. Okay. All right now, then. So we knock off these two little first? That's and we're gonna with some of the money you had in savings taking you down to 1000. We're gonna get you on that zero based budgeting Get you going, and, uh Meaning that every dollar just has an assignment before the month begins. Each and every month. Every dollar has an assignment. That's all it means. The every dollar APP will help you do that, And I'm going to sign you up for a year for Ramsey Plus and that's going to allow you to you and your wife to go through Financial Peace University. There's a really good bunch of lessons in there on how to do that zero based budget and the every dollar premium app is part of it. I'm going to pay for all of it. And give it to you free. The only thing I asked what you do is you get your butt out of debt. Get yourself straightened up, and then you go help somebody else someday, but with your generosity because you're not broke anymore. That's what I want you to do. So you hold on, and Kelly will get you signed up and we'll get you moving in the right direction. And here's the deal, Kevin When you and your wife sit down every week and say, What's our budget look like? Go ahead and say What is our calendar going to look like? What are three or four things we can do. To move our bodies this week. Go for a walk together after dinner. Can we go for a walk in the morning together when we're just going to look out and not even say anything to one another to have a cough? Whatever it But what you're gonna see is a level of intentionality that starts with your money that ends up with your marriage and your relationship in your calendar. And what work looks like and what physical fitness is gonna look like and you're gonna find you said you struggle with obesity, high blood pressure. You're going to find that that level intentionality is going to begin to To slowly invade all corners of your life. And you're gonna wake up in a year. Two years three is going to be out of debt. You're gonna be making a little bit more money. Your marriage is going to be different. Your health is going to be different, and all of this stuff begins to work together with that one magic word intentionality, Right? There's a saying that discipline begets discipline every time but what really happens is That once you take The initiative in one area of your life, Whatever that area is, and you say I can control My behavior in this area, and then you have some success with that. It just says Well, I could control this other area then. And then. Oh, maybe I could control this other area The number of times that we see someone. Get out of that. Simultaneously improve their marriage. Um, simultaneously lose weight. And it's not because they weren't eating because they were living on beans and rice. That's not the point they were. It's just the discipline Then you just we had a guy in here One time did a debt free screaming, lost £260 while he was getting out of debt. I mean, he was just It was an amazing story. We actually did a YouTube special on him and put on YouTube channel. It was a beautiful story. But there's that that thing of Once I know that I can make me do something I could do hard stuff. That's right, then I know I can make me do something else and something else and something else. There's a confidence that builds, uh, in your ability to control your environment, and there's this confidence is built with Dave. We are so We are so beholden to these magical things called feelings. I don't feel like working out this morning. I don't feel like eating, so I feel like eating that said that I feel like buying this thing, and there's something about learning. Here's a budget and I want to buy this, but I'm not going to because I said I wasn't gonna, and then you start to realize. Oh, I need to feed feel these feelings, but they don't always tell me the truth. They don't have to live by them anymore. And I didn't feel like running this morning, Dave. You probably feel like, get up and go for what? We did it and we're gonna do it again. Tomorrow. You can do it again tomorrow. The feelings sometimes don't matter. It's that discipline. I can do it. I can do hard stuff I can do to live only by feelings. That's the definition of being a chop. There you go. I mean, adults are allowed to have feelings, but not live by that. You've got a challenge. Yeah, That's right. You know, adults devise a plan and follow it. Children do what feels good. That's right. Because when you're when you're basically a child, whether you're living in adult body or not, All you do is what feels good, but it feels good. I don't feel like it. I don't feel like I'm in love anymore. I don't feel like I want to be a dad anymore. I don't feel like I want to be a mom anymore. I feel like I want to work anymore. I don't feel like and everything is about you. You selfish little brat, you know, And we've all got that kid that lives inside of us. But this thing called growing up is when you say in spite the feelings I'm also going to do what is wise and what is good and what is noble and Do it anyway. Do it anyway, Anyway, Anyway, I'm going to go for a walk this morning. I know it's raining, but I haven't missed a day in 517 days and I'm going for a walk this morning. I know that me and my wife for our Not talking great. I'm still going to get up and make her coffee. Right? And I'm still going to say good morning. Hurry. I'm still going to do those things. Even when I don't feel like it and you're going to see that just Bear fruit over years and years later, man, that's what's so weird about this whole get out of that thing. It's like the debt snowball. Okay? We just paid off the first two deaths. Right just now, just now did it while he's on the air on the air, and I mean he hadn't done it yet, but I don't know what to do. And so you know that that gives you the sense of look at that I can control. I can just do this. I can. I can make some progress and we make $100,000 a year. Let's try. Let's save it up for next month the next month and pay off the next one. Right, Let's get on it. Let's get this next door. You actually took off three of them because he's going to go and cancel the whole term policy is going to get a whole life policy. Um, a term life policy, and, um, there's gonna go from there, right? That's a good point. So we got three D. It's taking off one phone call, right? So it's just that I don't feel like it and do it anyway. And you know what him pay anything for that free advice and for and I gave him the whole thing for a couple of handsome guys. That's what you get an Where are they? Right back there with Kelly. And then? Yeah, Next segment is under allusion. Yes. Oh, man. I just I wish Everyone can see the power.
"$63,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You shared it, the phone started ringing. A lot of people getting ideas it gives, you know it makes them think about what they could do with their own situation. So I think it would be good to share another result. Because I know you have three more. Yeah. You know what I mean? Let me go and move this one up the list. I got a reward. San Francisco one, you know, I always love it up there. You know, You got the rock right by you guys, and you got a great sports kind of franchises up. They're great people, great food. But one thing I got to respect is the Giants. I'm a baseball guru. I just went to Angels and Yankees. Yes, The Angels just took out. It took us out to the three games. But I gotta give some respect to the Giants. I barely know any of the guys on your roster. And yet you're winning the division. You're crushing the Dodgers, and I love the daughters. I read for those guys. They're local. I want Dodgers Yankees, you guys, but something's going on up there because wonder the attitudes are phenomenal. They're blown balances are through the roof. The opportunity for savings is quite easy for us at network Capital, so Let me show you what a customer! Did they listen to us in San Francisco on KSFO 5 60 AM radio. Here's where their goals they wanted a 30 year fixed to a new 30 year fixed. They got the Esseker refund next better house payments. In November, They cashed out and paid off almost $63,000 worth of credit card debts and collections cashed out and paid off almost $20,000 a personal loan debt. Cashed out almost $73,000 for investments and travel money. Meanwhile, they fix their credit. They got a credit enhancer. They got the fresh start. They deserve. They pay 1600 less dollars a month. That's 411,000 over the life of the loan. Their goals were to improve their credit position. And if the rates stay low call back and then look at buying down the interest rate and getting the lowest rate in the market in six months, So I like that strategy. I'm all about locking in long term fixed rates. When I'm in the best credit position possible, So there's so many questions people calling us Should I go with a no cost loans? Should I go with the lowest rate with the most fees? Should I go with just the raid I qualify for so for people that have that exact question call into this number, have a good consultation. Be upfront about your goals and what you're looking to do. We'll take it from there. It's all downhill. It's fast and easy. We can get you access to the cash in as little as 11 business days at this phone number. 855 on radio 855 on radio. Well, that result Just warm my heart. I know I've been working with you too long. Or maybe not long enough when the thought of somebody paying off $63,000 in credit card debt and collections literally gives me like a warm heart like I have a warm glow like I just drank the 1942 tequila. I love that story out of San Francisco. And of course, as you know, that is where I grew up. So now from San Francisco to Frisco and has anybody from the Bay Area knows I am not talking about San Francisco and I say, Frisco, I'm talking because we don't do that. I don't know if you realize that, Sean. It's like not done it for Barton. I'm talking about Frisco, Texas. Lisa is from Frisco, Texas. She listens to our show out in Dallas on W. B a P. She became one of the over 5000 network capital customers who posted a five star review online and I had to share hers. Of course, Jessica's name came up again. She is like the best reviews ever. We're very excited about her. Um, but I love leases Review, she writes. Where do I begin with Jessica? I have been working in the financial services space for over 25 years, and it even closed on and refinanced multiple homes. This was by far the best experience. Ever. Jessica is professional patient, courteous and kind with me and my husband throughout the entire process. I am referring all my friends and family to Jessica. From now on. She is truly an asset to your company. And I hope you know that hashtag Jessica for president. I mean, the country is very divided. So you know why not Jessica for president. Maybe she's going to unite us all because she's kind and she takes customer service seriously. And that is what all the folks do at network Capital. I just want to remind you because I haven't yet I've been remiss. What do we do? We have people like Jessica standing by live right now, during this showed answer your questions at No cost 855 on radio. The number is 8550 n r a d. I 0855 on radio and you have to qualify to be standing by now. Right? 100%? Jessica is one of my favorites. If you get lucky enough when you down 855 on radio and you get just on the phone Say that you heard she's not the best driver. Thank the heavens. She went bought a test drives for but the customer that she God, I actually Ben Motor 500 bucks. I was so proud of her for closing this one. This the customer that wrote The review is a vice president of Merrill Lynch are Morgan Stanley? Sorry, Morgan Stanley. So this one meant the world I'm so proud of. Yes, she's at the top of the board. The ladies are definitely trending right.
"$63,000" Discussed on WJR 760
"You shared it, the phone started ringing. A lot of people get an ideas it gives. You know it makes them think about what they could do with their own situation. So I think it'd be good to share another result. Because I know you have three more. Yeah. You know what I mean? Let me go and move this one up the list. I got to reward San Francisco one. You know, I always love it up there. You know, You got the rock right by you guys, and you got a great sports kind of franchises up. They're great people, great food, But one thing I got to respect is the Giants. I'm a baseball guru. I just went to Angels and Yankees. Yes, The Angels just took out. It took us out to the three games. But I gotta give some respect to the Giants. I barely know any of the guys on your roster. And yet you're winning the division. You're crushing the Dodgers, and I love the Dodgers. I agree for those guys. They're local. I want Dodgers Yankees, you guys, but something's going on up there because one they're the attitudes are phenomenal. They're blown balances are through the roof. The opportunity for savings is quite easy for us and network capital. So let me show you what a customer did. They listened to us in San Francisco on K. S fo 5 60 AM radio. Here's where their goals they wanted a 30 year fixed to a new 30 year fixed. They got the Esseker refund next better house payments. In November, They cashed out and paid off almost $63,000 worth of credit card debts and collections cashed out and paid off almost $20,000 of personal loan debt. Cashed out almost $73,000 for investments and travel money. Meanwhile, they fix their credit. They got a credit enhancer. They got the fresh start. They deserve. They pay 1600 less dollars a month. That's 411,000 over the life of the loan. Their goals were to improve their credit position. And if the rates stay low call back and then look at buying down the interest rate and getting the lowest rate in the market in six months, So I like that strategy. I'm all about locking in long term fixed rates. When I'm in the best credit position possible, So there's so many questions people calling us Should I go with a no cost loan? Should I go with the lowest rate with the most bees should go with just the raid I qualify for so for people that have that exact question. Call into this number, have a good consultation. Be upfront about your goals and what you're looking to do. We'll take it from there. It's all downhill. It's fast and easy. We can get you access to the cash in as little as 11 business days at this phone number. 855 on radio 855 on radio. Well, that result Just warm my heart. I know I've been working with you too long. Or maybe not long enough when the thought of somebody paying off $63,000 in credit card debt and collections literally gives me like a warm heart like I have a warm glow like I just drank the 1942 tequila. I love that story out of San Francisco. And of course, as you know, that is where I grew up. So now from San Francisco to Frisco and has anybody from the Bay Area knows I am not talking about San Francisco and I say, Frisco, I'm talking because we don't do that. I don't know if you realize that, Sean. It's like not done it for Boden. I'm talking about Frisco, Texas. Lisa is from Frisco, Texas. She listens to our show out in Dallas on W. B a P. She became one of the over 5000 network cap capital customers who posted a five star review online and I had to share hers. Of course, Jessica's name came up again. She is like the best reviews ever. We're very excited about her. Um, but I love leases Review, she writes. Where do I begin with Jessica? I've been working in the financial services space for over 25 years, and it even closed on and refinanced multiple homes. This was by far the best experience. Ever. Jessica is professional patient, Curtis and kind with me and my husband Throughout the entire process. I am referring all my friends and family to Jessica. From now on. She is truly an asset to your company. And I hope you know that hashtag Jessica for president. I mean, the country is very divided. So you know why not Jessica for president. Maybe she's guinea unite us all because she's kind and she takes customer service seriously. And that is what all the folks do at network Capital. I just want to remind you because I haven't yet I've been remiss. What do we do? We have people like Jessica standing by live right now, during this showed answer your questions at No cost 855 on radio. The number is 8550 n r a d. I 0855 on radio and you have to qualify to be standing by now. Right? 100%? Jessica is one of my favorites. If you get lucky enough when you down 855 on radio and you get just on the phone Say that you heard she's not the best driver. Thank the heavens. She went back to Tessalit drives for but the customer that she God, I actually Ben Motor 500 bucks. I was so proud of her for closing this one. This the customer that wrote The review is a vice president of Merrill Lynch are Morgan Stanley? Sorry, Morgan Stanley. So this one meant the world I'm so proud of. Yes, she's at the top of the board. The ladies are definitely trending right now. So if you want to talk to Jess, here's your chance, 855 on Radio. More mortgage news. More results.
"$63,000" Discussed on KTRH
"Classic car up on our Facebook page and people comment with the year make and model And then on Monday, we pick one of the people that got the right answer. Most people do and they end up getting a free auto heat shield. Yes, which is a wonderful thing to have this time of year, especially free. Yeah, but I don't care even if you got to spend the $30 or whatever it is. Yeah. I mean, if you're in Southern California right now, it's 111 degrees. Uh, this this this thing, completely blacks out your windshield? Well, it's laser cut and custom made. For your particular vehicle. It'll drop here It will drop your temperature and the summertime as much as 40 degrees. Wow, that's a lot. That's why you have one on every car. You that's a That's the first thing I do over one from my or whatever. My, uh, bought that new Porsche mantra so ago and that was the first thing I did got on the website send it in. Used car pro as the discount code got 10% off. There you go. I mean, it's just a wonderful fucking Facebook logo at car pro us a comment and find out more then and Carlsbad assumed California, right? It sure is. On first time listener, longtime caller all the other way around. Yeah, I've got some good news. Good news because of you, Jerry. And I've got some bad news because of you, but you might go to help me out and this could be something A lot of your listeners are encountering. I've been leasing cars for 20 years. I've gone through the three year leases. Turn them in. No questions asked. No harm, no foul. Tell him how founders show a radio fake. You found out about this equity thing. My lease from my Porsche is up next Tuesday. I took it in taking. I called, uh, you know, Give me the van dot com for size CarMax excellent car Pro. And they gave me 10 grand more than out. Nice. Nice. So that's the good news. I mean, it was phenomenal 10 grand. I would not have counted on at all. I take it back to the dealership or just have turned the end. Yeah, that's so I'm so glad you said that because people who have leased for a long time. Tend to just because for so many years there was no equity and they just got used to handing the keys back and get another lease. And if you don't check you don't know that would have cost you 10 Grand. Give me the van dot com for slash card Pro. I sent him to pictures of re pictures. I get him to bend number. They came back right away with the $63,000. Pay off, and I would $53,000 that what kind of what kind of portion was it, Dan? 7 18 2018 7 18 came in us. Oh, nice. Yeah, they do real well with portions. I watched their auction line where they sell the highline cars every Wednesday, and they do really well with portions and Boerse's hot right now. So okay. The good news Now you're going to run my day with some bad news. Yeah. Okay, so I can't find the car anywhere that I want, and I have to replace it with a car unless they go around and I'm open, so I found a car on the East Coast. Unfortunately, the only car that really had close to what I wanted. It's another Porsche. It's in Pennsylvania. It's cool. We're about to sign remotely We're about to. I got a good deal, I think, but the problem is, I've never ever trucked a car from anywhere to California. And I didn't know if he any tips about closed or enclosed. Sounds like again closed or open or any legitimate companies or what The trick is to find a company that can do that. What what's What's your next port? You get another 7 18. You hear me? Yeah. I didn't hear the answer to what's your next? It's a tight end. Oh, attack on all electric. Um damn, I wish I wish the they'd send me one to review I I want one of those so bad I just bought I've got a I've got a panamera and a cayenne turbo in my garage personal cars. And I just been. I'm impressed with the attack on anyway. Um Was. Did you talk to the dealer on the East Coast about shipping? Did I ask that they had a couple recommendations they do. It's really expensive and it's $1000 difference between going open and going closed. I would go closed. It's worth $2000. Be sure you get your insurance in place before it leaves their liked. Um, I have never. I honestly have never found a transportation company that I could recommend because they're almost all fly by night. And I knew this was the bad news. And yeah, you're right. And I have never. I have shipped a lot of cars myself about used range Rovers all over the country as far away from Texas as Maryland and I've never had one on time yet, but I will tell you that there is a company and its who Barrett Jackson uses I would take a look at them. It's called reliable carriers, check their rights and see if they're comparable. They ship some really expensive cars. I mean million plus cars, and if it's just a little more,.
"$63,000" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Hey, guys, How are you? Hi, David. Rachel. Welcome. So good to have you. Where do you guys live? We are from Bedford, Texas. Basically, DFW. Okay. So good to have you welcome to Nashville and here to do a debt free scream. How much did you pay off? Just over 62 a half $1000. All right. Very good. And how long did this take? 14 months. Wow. And your range of income during that time, 80,000 to 140. Wow. Nice come Nice jump in a year. Somebody get a job or raise or what? I'm based off commission sales. So had a good year. Yes, I like it. What kind of debt was the 63,000? It was a little bit of everything. So student loans was the biggest chunk and then we had car payments. Uh, some medical that and then we also least some cell phones that was included so just everything. You were kind of normal. Varied. Alright. What do you do for a living? I work from home. I worked for a nonprofit. We specialize in early childhood education. And I work in accounting. Okay? And then I worked for a tech company that focuses on the used car and wholesale business. Oh, yeah, Well, yeah, that's a good That's a good place to be right now. Yeah, thanks for having very good. So how long you guys been married? It'll be six years in August, August 15 5 years into your marriage. Four years into your marriage, Something flipped. And you said I don't wanna be normal anymore. Tell me the story. What happened? So we have both known about you and your plan. Since about high school. I actually my church growing up offered financial piece, So I went through the class, and then you read the total money makeover. I believe in high school as well. So we both knew about the plan. Um, but we got really serious about it. I started listening to the podcast, like, right when we got married, and we would always say, like, Oh, one day, we'll do this and so, but it got really real for us when we had our daughter. Uh And when I When we went from two full time it comes down to me working part time at home like we kind of started to feel the financial stress of that so How old are you guys were 29. Okay? Because there's something about a baby. That says, Okay, You gotta grow up now. Yes, Yes, For sure. Yeah. It's like I remember that. I was like, Oh, crap. This just got real, especially with commission based sales like Oh, yeah, It's not a game anymore. No, Like people want to eat now and stuff and stuff and diapers and stuff. Yeah. And pediatrician bills and yes, that's when it got. Yeah. Wow, For sure. You guys are amazing. I love it. What a great why, though? That's alright? That's about his noble thing. To say. All right, I'm gonna throw my shoulders back. We're gonna get our act together because we got to take care of this baby. Yes. When you see your baby. Yeah, that's very real. Yeah, sort of one of you kind of push it. You're like, okay, that I think When did you feel the urgency More than the other? Yes, I would say it was me. I we started getting especially after the baby. We started getting, like all the medical bills after that, and I was like, Oh, my gosh, and we were both very overwhelmed. And I was like, Okay, we got to take care of this. So I pulled like our last three months of bank activity. And I was like, had my excel sheet. I'm like we're spending how much money unlike Amazon and eating out, And so I just said to him, I was like those two categories alone will make you Yes. Absolutely. Exactly so Congress can't keep up with us. I knew like we could definitely survive. Offer the income from switching me switching to part time, So I just said, not only can we do this, we can attack our debt and let's go and he was. I was all for it. It happened like two months before Covid hit as well. Which is great. Perfect. The Lord's timing really with all that, because if not Commissions took a pretty big hit. Let's say at the beginning of covert and right most recently, so yes. Another comeback, like on fire? Absolutely. Yeah, like doubled up. Yeah. Sound very good. Well, that's so fun, you guys. Congratulations. You how's it feel? It feels amazing. Free, so relaxing, especially from commission because, like since our home air I've only worked in commission my entire adult career and so not having to worry about. What we're going to make a month to month. Like if I have a good month grade If I have a bad month, it's okay. We've got where do you making more sales? It is. It is a stress. You don't not focused, so I was charged. I'll tell ourselves guys all the time said We gotta get you making some money because of Hungry salesperson has a smell. You know that that the customer they could smell it on you like this guy needs to sail horse and I need this stuff, You know, so yeah, absolutely can And when you relax, it's just like I don't. Yeah, and then you take care of the customer and voila! The sale happens. It's very cool. That's awesome. Congratulations. What do you tell people? The key to getting out of debt is For me. It's been starting and keeping it top of mind especially interesting. My job in the car business. Everybody talks about how much money they make and how they spend all their money. And so when you get the money now, I just don't spend it like I didn't go to lunch for like everybody. We're going to lunch today. High brought lunch. Where you gonna listen to hard rock legend they knew I had. I had, like a set. You know, $20 a week for food or if we're going out, and so that every now I have two guys at work doing the same thing. So they're all your trendsetter, baby board. Yeah, This is the trend center. I love it. I love it. So what was the hardest part? Because I know being a new parent. I mean, you get the stress of that. Yes, I mean, And then you're changing the way you're doing your money. What? What was the hardest part? Would you say? I think we love eating out and so that And that's where most of our money was going. We realized that and so just kind of saying, like, okay, we got to take. We got to sacrifice this and just Yep, keep moving, And so we either eaten a lot at home and That was hard and just we were just the slow process were like instant gratification. Like okay, let's just go. And so it was a little bit of a slower process, and it kind of It just Yeah, we like discipline of it. We never bought big purchases. Like like if we needed a fridge or couch like we never put on a credit card or anything like that, But we always like if we wanted something new, I was like, Oh, we've got the extra money. Let's just spend it because we already have it. Instead of putting it towards something with a purpose, necessarily had a fridge that was hanging on by a thread right before all this and we're like, we're not buying a new one. We're waiting until the debt free and he was We made it. All right, your friend. Yeah, That's a nice thread. Yes. Nice traitors hanging on very good. Very good. And so you brought the new baby with you. What's your name and age? Jo? Well, she's too alright, Sweet Look at her. All right. So, uh, yeah. You changed her family tree, didn't you? Yes, Congratulations. We were practicing the screen and in the car right on the way here, So we've got a copy of the legacy journey for you because that's what this represents. You've changed your legacy. And a copy Total money makeover for you to give one of those guys with the free lunch or the packed lunches to spur them on show him how to win with this. Yes, somehow to do what you did so proud of you guys, your heroes. Your heroes for Joelle. She's precious. Very, very cool. Good stuff. All right, Evan, Anna and Joelle $63,000 paid off in 14 months, making 80 to 1 40 counted down. Let's hear a debt free scream 3 to 1 where dead free This is how it's done, Man. That is so fun. Sweet. Oh, my gosh. Just think about everyone listening in their forties and fifties thinking, Oh, if I was 29 had no, I had no job. Done it back then. It's amazing. It's amazing. It frees up so much. When I first started doing this, somebody would say, you know. Where were you? 20 years ago I was going I was broke was deep in debt. Just like you. What are you talking about? Now? 20 years ago, I was sitting right here. So right. That's right. Little time has passed. But, you know, where were you 20 years ago? I don't know..
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"To have debt before we have Children. Part of a bundle. Yeah, okay. Yes. It gives you a different perspective. Appreciate it about a family. Yeah, Yeah. You got to go. Well, I'm going to have to get back together to be able to do this. Yeah. Okay. Good for you. Cool. So what were the first steps? What did you do once you said all right? In order that babies we got to get. Are we gonna start acting like grown ups, and we gotta get this mess cleaned up. What do you do? We did the envelope system. We started with the envelope system and sat down and wrote an actual budget rather than saying, Well, we'll do this much on this, and this much We actually sat down, said this is what we bring in This is what we're going to do for our groceries or gas. Everything so definitely making a budget and doing the envelope system that's out our car and you sold the car. We paid 1000 to sell that car. Yeah, to get out from under it. We still owed money on it, and we said we don't want a car payment. And so we took it to CarMax and got rid of the debt. We actually Paid a little bit to get out of debt. But it was, uh what? What did you sell it for? How much they paid? What, like nine was like 9000 and something. And we owed like about Tim? Yeah. Okay. Good. So that got rid of 9000 of the 63 giving our 10,000 and 63 actually, but so very cool. And then that kind of broke things loosen. Here we go. She's been one car family during this time, then No, we actually so we had a car. Um, we had a car that was already paid for, And then we had a little bit saved up. And so we paid cash for him a car to just drive back and forth to work. Um, So then where you had two cars again, But we just had one that we paid cash for. Okay. You got a little hope the then? Yeah, it's a good deal. So we made that 1000. Yeah, I love it. That's yeah. That's saved. Saved you a bunch. Good run. Good run. What do you tell people the key to getting out of debt ish. Making a budget and working together. I mean, if we weren't on the same page, then it definitely wasn't gonna work. If he wasn't in on it, then it wasn't gonna work. Which he wasn't so in on it at first smile. Uh, confession definitely working together in a budget sacrifice. 100%. Okay, So how did you guys get connected to us? I had heard of you through church. But really, I kind of started getting interested in finance. When I first started my first job. Um, my nanny had always told me you save your money and you tie. Those were my first two things she told me And as soon as I started my job, and so I kind of started researching like finance, and so I learned about you that way, but then also the Financial Peace university. Um, through our church, which we actually never took Financial peace university, but I had heard of it. Um, And then we listen to your podcasts a lot. Okay. All right. So, Tyler, what Got you on board? Tired of being broke. 100%? No, but that's what got you started was when she started. She kind of started. Then you came along a little later, right? Right. There was a point where for me? I mean, just embarrassingly enough. I couldn't afford cheese for a party one day, So I was like, something's got to change. I didn't know what it was, and then I heard about you through her. And then whenever it was the interest part where I was like, Well, why should I not pay off the higher interest First? He's like Well, because you're not gaining momentum, and that made sense. What I'm doing wasn't working. So you know, it didn't take much to get me on board because I just don't wanna be broke. But once we started going, it started to make a lot more sense. Very cool and loved it, too. That's awesome. What was the what was the part that now that You've actually gotten to experience keeping your money. How does that feel to get paid and you get to keep your money? It's not going out the window to all these debts. How does that feel? Freeing? I don't have as much anxiety and stress. Yeah, And just knowing that I mean, not that we can just do whatever we want, but we have a lot more freedom than we had before. For sure, absolutely. Well done. You guys. I'm proud of you. Thank you. Excellent. Excellent job. Well, we've got a copy of Rachel Cruz's book for you Know yourself, Know your money. Her latest New York Times bestseller is a gift. Thank you for coming all the way to Nashville to do your debt free screen. We're proud like to throw in one thing in there During that time, we probably would have paid off a little bit faster. But during that time we did switch to I quit my job. So we had two incomes and went down to one income, which it did stay the same because he got he made more. But I did get to stay at home with our son during that, and I finished my bachelor's degree during all relations. Good for you. What's your degree in organizational leadership? Oh, very good. Good for you. Well, well done. You guys again Proud of you. That's quite an accomplishment, all of that done in three years. All right. It's Tyler and Hayley from the Chattanooga Ringgold. Georgia area $63,000 paid off in three years, making 50,000 Count it down. Let's hear a debt free scream 321. Weird at three. That's how it's done. And Wow. Very.
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"Municipality. In addition to the bed Stuy Town House, Adam owns a condo in Fort Lee, New Jersey, with his partner. Rival candidates are now calling on Adams to release his EZ Pass records. We'll have more on this story later this hour on all things considered. Last week. New Yorkers who couldn't pay rent because of the Covid 19 pandemic became eligible for emergency rental assistance. As W My sees more alive rock reports, tens of thousands of people have applied so far. State officials say they have received more than 63,000 applications in the first week for the 1st 30 days of the program. Applicants who earn at or below 50% of the area. Median income are given priority. Shali Sharma is an apartment director at Bronx Works, a nonprofit that's helping New Yorkers fill out applications. There's a frenzy of people being worried about that and wanting to get these applications and after the 1st 30 days, the $2.7 billion program Will provide assistance on a first come, first served basis. Five NYPD officers are facing substantial discipline over misconduct during mass protests following the death of George Floyd last year. The news site the city reports, another nine received minor discipline, which included loss of vacation or verbal reprimands. That's out of 64 cases being investigated by the department videos and eyewitness accounts by reporters at W. N. Y C and got the mystery of multiple incidents where police used force against demonstrators. Police Commissioner Dermot Shea told New York one that some complaints are still being investigated and more officers may be disciplined. Tonight.
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"Ruled by the Palestinian terrorist group, which fired hundreds of rockets into Israel to get it all started. Israel appears to be stepping up strikes in recent days in order to inflict damage, possibly forces cease fire. Prosecutors are taking action against early release programs in the Golden State 41 district attorney's Up and down California not happy about violent criminals receiving early release. Supporting an effort to overturn regulations that allow it to 76,000 inmates, including those convicted of violent crimes and repeat offenders to be eligible for good behavior credits that could cut their sentences short. Correspondent Patrick Fost. Some 63,000 inmates convicted of violent crimes are eligible. Official figures in the midst of a strict lockdown to combat a second wave of the Corona virus. The Office for National Statistics also says the economy even managed to grow by 2.1% in March, when the country began easing some of the restrictions. The overall first quarter figures provide further evidence that businesses and consumers have adapted to the constraints of lockdown by increasing their online activities. Correspondent Jeremy House, the operator of the nation's largest gasoline pipelines, says hang on the fuel is coming. It was hit with Ransomware recently Georgia based Colonial Pipeline. But the plan plan is back up and running at full steam. And they say if your local gas station doesn't have fuel it will soon more on these stories at town hall that come When it comes to probiotics. Why do employees managers and owners of health stores recommend him personally take their lack more than any other brand results? Fast.
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"And this is a good time to bring this up. Rob. When you think of a social worker, do you think of a horse racing yacht racing jet setter know they are under underpaid, And I think that Mental health side. Things has to be looked at not just the homelessness, but the mental health reasons behind a lot of it. Um, we've always cut cut, cut the amount of money that we spend on, you know, neighborhood treatment centers and everything else. And I know that a long time surpluses, not a revenue stream that keeps things going indefinitely, which is what we need, but I'd rather see that than sending a $600 checks, which didn't work out so well when George Bush did it when he gave us back the money right before the recession started. Yeah, Here's the other thing, Rob that that I have an issue with is you know you're talking about the money that needs to be invested in cut cut cut. The amount of money that we spend and the return on that money. I mean, you've probably seen the stories about you know the homeless camp site that breaks down to $63,000 per tent. Where is that money going? It's not going to the tents. It's not going to the social workers because they're not jet setting around, right? That's not happening. So where is that money going? This is gonna be. This is why I brought up earlier that I have a real issue with accountability. I want to make sure that we're spending that money judiciously, and I wanna make sure it's being spent where it's being allocated. I just don't see that happening. Right. Thanks for the column and really good to hear from you. Meanwhile, we have this recall going on and as much as I'm belly aching right now, and I disagree with the governor on this. I can't even begin to describe how much of a waste of time money effort and attention this recall election is The latest numbers out say that the recall election could cost $400 million. $4 million. The polling numbers show Gavin Newsom significantly ahead right now. Now we all know polling numbers can change and, you know, don't put everything you've got into polling numbers. But what is the point right now? The majority of Californians are Satisfied might not be happy, but they're satisfied with the job of the governor is doing. Count me among them. I'm satisfied with the job that he's doing. I've never met a politician that I agreed with completely. And so when you hear me railing about something that the governor Batman is doing, it's not personal. Bet man. It's because I'm just a disagreement on that particular topic. But overall, I'm satisfied. Okay? Certainly the spending is going on. I look at the $600 check and I don't think it's a very good idea, and I have some issues with some of the fire. Prevention, not what Rob said. I agree with everything that Rob said there about how money is going into takers and equipment. And I'm especially glad that we're that convicts who fight fires can now be firefighters when they get out. If they go through the program, I think that's a nexus optional. Change that we've made here in California. Um my big issue has to do with the utilities and the way the utilities air baby through these fires. But overall, I'm satisfied with the job The governor is doing. That could change. He could make a monumental misstep. That's basically the only reason that we've got a recall going on right now in the first place. Remember the recall was put together. In 2019. And the recall had just about run out of time to gather signatures for the petition. It wasn't even close. And then Governor. Batman went to the French laundry after he told everybody else don't go out, and he starts jumping around in a lobbyist birthday. And suddenly people like Um, I'm trying to do my part and you're trying to tell me what I need to do. And then you go do something else. And suddenly we saw the number of people signing up to recall Governor Batman go through the roof. Just went through the roof. So we don't know. Maybe maybe Newsome's gonna have a big misstep here this summer. I wouldn't count on it, but maybe he will. Just the same as it stands right now. This looks like a huge waste of time and money. And it's not just the $400 is gonna cost you and me to have the recall election. Also the millions of dollars being spent by the opposition. By opposition. I mean those calling to recall the governor assed part of their campaign with the recall election of Governor Gavin Newsom. All but inevitable. Supporters of the effort are now entering phase two of their campaign face to to finish the job and successfully removed Newsome from office. A 12 page document obtained exclusively by ABC seven News outlines how rescue California, one of the main groups behind the recall hopes to do it. The document was said to high level Republicans and potential donors. Okay, the wealthy Who we're sending the document out to people who have big pockets. Here's the other problem I had when people start talking about taxing the rich. And they start saying you can't tax you can't tax high income earners that money trickles down know that money gets spent on politicians. It dies. It just does the evidence is there those with a lot of money? We'll spend a lot of money to make sure that they keep all of the rest of the money. What if, instead of spending money on politics, we spent money on Mental health workers. It seems that I get so frustrated and I don't donate to campaigns and that's why it says the group plans to create a volunteer citizens brigade across the state to generate support. Ah Volunteer Citizen's Brigade. Citizens lineup. We've got brigade ng to do ballot harvest to collect the ballots of potential supporters and target Latino A P I and independent voters. Okay, first, well, Republicans gonna target minorities. It's nice of them to target minorities for something positive this time, So that's really great. But interesting to that California I think is the only state that allows ballot harvesting. Which basically you condone. Pick up everybody else's balance, like Georgia, Florida, Texas All the states that are trying to limit access to the polls and early voting and all this other stuff..
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"I mean, we talked earlier. We talked with Jordan and she talked about the declining in in inventories. Are they get to a critical point here? 500.0.1 and point to you said that note around of the team this morning that I found Jaw dropping, which was the average transaction price for Cadillac for $63,000 Plus and even they $41,000 for Children. Yeah, I mean, Well, it's just, you know the supplies really tight and then demands really high And with that, you know, it's just prices are really high right now. So dealers and we talk to them. They're you know, they may be making money right now, but I think that I can sense frustration. From them and concerned about how were they going to be able to go into some of their best selling months? And not have Money or very, very few new vehicles on the lost yourselves, So I think it sounds like a story, guys. E mean. Yeah. Talked to a Ford dealer who said that I talked to you, Jim Steve. It's a village forge in Dearborn, and he said that he has 120 vehicles on his lot who typically have 500. So, um, and then going into June. He doesn't know what to expect, Amaze one of his best known months so he could go into June with less than 100. He doesn't know so Definitely, um You know, While while there's money to be made right now, it's also, uh, I think dealers it's scary situation. Don't have something to sell, that's for sure. Listen Kaylie Hall, Briana. Normal from the Detroit News. Thank you very much for joining us. Let's go to Dana Clark for traffic. Accident reported along 6 96 eastbound before grass Shit collision there blocking your left two lanes. I've seen delays from at least gross back now. Wjr weather first from the Weather Channel sponsored by Liberty title protecting property since 1974 $2 billion a year is lost to cyber.
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"To release 76,000 inmates early, including violent and repeat felons in an effort to cut the prison population. Starting today, more than 63,000 inmates convicted of violent crimes will be eligible for good behavior credits that shortened their sentences by a third. Around. 13,000 inmates convicted of serious but nonviolent crimes will be eligible for release after serving half of their sentences. Vice President Harris is campaigning for the Bide administration's infrastructure plan. During a roundtable discussion in Cincinnati. Harris said the American jobs plan will help working families. She called it an investment jobs creation that will help public transit systems. You know, when I think about it, I think about good transit equals vibrant communities, right? So if we think about it in terms of an investment in public transit, it is an investment and job creation. Harris says public transit is good for public health and climate change. Republicans say the plans cost of more than $2 trillion is too much. They're also opposed to raising the corporate tax rate to help pay for the plan. The FAA is giving out a record number of fines too Drunk flyers, who caused problems in the air Paul Heart shorn of the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, says it's good that the feds are cracking down because the behavior is getting worse. In the air. We don't have the luxury of removing someone from the airplane, so we have to make sure that we have mandates that keep everyone safe flight attendants and passengers alike. During the covert 19 pandemic. Many airlines stop serving drinks as a way to prevent the transmission of germs that included alcohol. So flyers started packing their own and got drunk. This week, the FAA find three fires a total of $63,000 for disrupting flights. Haunted mansions in credit coasters and Mickey Mouse ears. People are thrilled to be back at Disney Land more than a year after the pandemic forced it to close fans say they did whatever it took to squeeze into the 25% Covad 19 capacity limits particular 12 hours to get tickets for today, I had.
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"To be just as attractive as tall guys. Because women even though they lie about it are shallow. They're more shallow than they let on. Although there's room for people like myself and guys tend to lie about all. Well, I'm what do you say? Jason 56 and three quarters? Yeah. You got to put that three quarters. Not lying, I guess. But it is. You got to make sure everyone knows the three quarters counts. It's like little kids who ask my old They are the like. I'm 9.5 3 quarters Get in there. Get that extra in there. Well, according to a study by university, Chicago and M. I t this where they're doing. They're they're going through dating profiles. They're looking at people had success and how much money they made how tall they were. Um, the average guy was 5 ft. 11.5. Okay, it made $63,000 and a half it does say in the head C T, But the nerves in my enterprise struggling dating themselves, and by the way, half is different than saying and report corners. And so that was the average and They made $63,000 a year, so to be just the average attractiveness. You have to make this what you have to make if you're 5 ft. Tall. You have to make $380,000 a year, my baby attract. I only can see that because my whole life I've struggled with the perception of looking up. Shorty is for many girls. It eliminates that. I thought it was 30%. I think it's 40% off. All women are immediately eliminated for me. Yeah, they were looking me and like no too short right away, and I didn't give me a chance. And I think also not to pile on. But when you were thinner to you look like such a child. Now you're If you were, If something now it wouldn't be as detrimental. You look like a little kid. So I don't think women to feel protected by you. Yeah, they shouldn't You like a 40? Year old boy was like, Who is this guy works his daddy grow old girl. Alright, You're 5 ft two to be just as attractive as a 5 11 guy. You have to make $332,000 a year. That's an extra 269,000 pairs of guy. That's 5 11. It's making 60 something 1000 think about that. That's detrimental. It is basically for short, You need to be a surgeon. Yes, a multi millionaire like a software engineer. Whatever. Or discover Google. Um, this will move a little bit, too. Jason 5 ft six on three quarters just closer to 57. There's no 57 on here. It goes to 58. Next, 56 will do 56. You have to make 238,000 years. He's right on the money. It is funny because you talk about like the fat in the short thing, and people can do this, and that's the perception of people that have to you have to make Be a multi millionaire. If you're short to even come across as attractive. There's nothing we can do about it. But a fat person can lose weight if they really want to all but can lose weight if they really wanted, But there's such a stigma against saying anything about overweight people. Because my point is this. What if you're short, in fact, like Jared Jared is short and fat so ad in the 592 general? What are you 5859 and then go to the weight website and you probably have to make $3 million because what women do we're like But he could be funny might be funny. So that's also a faster body is not intimidating to me. You know you live in the gym, not gonna cheat on me. You haven't Jason turn this around on the women ever beat would like the shallow ones. You say that it's more Of their issue, their insecurity. These women who are tall, maybe average height or taller that we I'm not one of them. But women could say. Oh, well, I want a guy who will protect me and I want I don't want to feel like the tall Protector in the relationship. And so that's the insecurity coming out, saying no short guys are attractive to me. Yeah, but the thing is, I can relate to them. I could see that they would want to be protective. Have a gun. I mean, that's all I got. You get. Spoon me, but I can't move me. Yeah, but Katie to be fair. You're 5353. Would you date some us 46? No, I would not right? Yes. I want to be protected. You said you weren't that way. So I know I'm just not one of the tall ones like trying to ur type. Yeah. Yeah, I know that way taller than they would Carol. My wife has heels on she's taller than me. I mean, she's not taller than everybody else because everybody else is always make you taller than me. And typically like in my past relationships, I dated mostly short. Women, Short 5 ft. 51 something like that. Women can't help it. If you feel that way, You can't help. But we have to use another type of tactic to get you and it has your attacked. It has to be personality or making you laugh or something like that. That's the only way to do it. It has to be in this situation where you come across, is not threatening. Just a little boy in the car. You know that It's all the sudden stunned you like. That was funny. Maybe there is something that I can't ever date a short guy like that. But maybe I could. I never thought about that's what it has to be. Keep looking. Like what do you have to offer? Basically Yeah,.
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"J Hour or call 804 absolute pure. You're hearing the Paul W. Smith Show News Talk 7 60 wjr on this Wednesday morning With about 30 degrees we learned from Ron Alberts of the D A. D a about the big changes, at least for this year. Uh, the North American International Auto Show. Detroit has paused for 2021 out of a new effort to survive. We've had auto shows. Not survive. Geneva went bankrupt. Frankfurt lost the show altogether to Munich. We wanted to stay right around here and in Detroit. And so for survival, realizing that if they invested all the millions they have to before an auto show, they preemptively said, OK, we're going to do something outside. We're not going to do something in what will then be called Huntington Center. On so motive. Ella was born in a big way for September 21st through the 26th this year. At the M one concourse in Pontiac. Most people know about it. But in a couple of words, it's been called to a referred to as an 87 acre playground for auto enthusiasts. Now we heard from Dia Dia's view on that, But how about going to the CEO of M one concourse? Jordan's lot Lof. And find out his view. I'm sure he's excited, Jordan. I bet you're excited. This is very good news for you there in Pontiac. Good morning. Thanks for having me were incredibly excited to be hosting this important event for the Metro Detroit community and or especially looking forward to the fact that being reimagined from its traditional format of being a static show to something that's going to be really experiential. Performance oriented will be a lot of dynamic displays. And by that I mean moving vehicles on track off road demonstrations. There's a lot of capabilities we have in our facility that You just can't get the traditional convention center. So, ah, lot of good things that we're looking forward to. But I think that is really gonna have a positive experience for the public visitors and industry insiders and executives that come out the emblem concourse this fall. You know. Eventually, Airman Doug North from the DEA. DEA noted that the M one concourse was envisioned as a part of the 2021 motor Bella activities. Anyway, there was talk of Folding in activities there the M one concourse, even if we still found ourselves in the heart of Detroit on, so it just seemed like I guess, a Natural extension to say, Well, we were going to go there and do stuff there anyway. Let's let's do the whole thing there this year, just to be sure that we're going to be safe because it's all out of doors. And it's very exciting. If the I've heard Jordan and I, we had the gentleman on And frankly, for the life of me as I sit here, not enough coffee and me to be able to remember his name. What was the guy's name that first approached us and came on the show and said he had this dream. Of this M one concourse in product. S O original founder and CEO was bred all the chance Key and Yeah, that's the one. Yeah, eh, So he was the original partner with Actually, my father and uncle. Who are the co developers alongside him. So, yes, I It sounds like Brad was on your show The Oh, we originally broke ground on. He helped build the the organization and let us for the first three years of our operations, But these Latin law family was there all the long, huh? Good for you, Uh, Yes, Thank you. We we have that it Z family business Now we don't have more kind. Of course. 100%. We're incredibly proud of it on well, concourse broke ground and 2015. We had our first year in operation in 2016. And just so you and your listeners know we have 87 acre facility like you mentioned. We have a mile and a half performance road course. Has 10 turns. There's a third of a mile straightaway. We operate our own private motor sports club. So like the country Club, we have members. That belong enjoy. Then they get track privileges for driving their cars on the track. We have some of our own fleet vehicles that they can use and those air from our various fleet sponsors such as Dodge and Lexus and Porsche. And we're actually now the world's largest private garage community. So we built a private garage condos where people in store their cars, But if you were your listeners go onto Facebook or instagram or website look up at mankind. Course they'll see that This isn't just car storage. These are entertainment sweets. They're like luxury box suites that you would have it Ford Field or little shoes Arena Except instead of overlooking a basketball game of football game, you're overlooking the motor sports activity of our track. Because these garages air Yes, Garages are two stories that people build the second level into them, and it overlooks all this. All this motor sports action. Some of them are incredibly extravagant and people love. Their their condos out there a damn one and you know you can watch the game there, smoke some cigars with your buddies. Keep your nice cars stored in your garage there. I mean, it's it's a brilliant concept and a brilliant idea. And and I understand. In fact, there's there's more expansion coming. Can you tell us about that? Absolutely so We're very excited about the next chapter. We are building more garages. So we have 1/4 phase of construction underway. Right now. It's 82 new barrages about 63,000 Square feet Total of new garage space. We're over half sold on the garages on dear expected to be completed between May and July. This upcoming year. So we're about 4 to 5 months away, but the really big new development is we're constructing an event center in restaurant, almost 30,000 square foot building. Will feature a restaurant that's open to the public. It will actually have a second level Paris patio that overlooked the track so right now, and for our previous five years of the public's only been able to come to Emma Concourse for special public event fear a garage owner or club member. You concern we come any time. For the different activities we have remembers. But the public's only had access about a dozen days a year having the public restaurant there's been a lot of the public to come in essentially.