17 Burst results for "1213 Year"
"1213 year" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Put because gotten to the point where he's good enough to for your answer the shortcomings yet because we've seen other guy was aaron rodgers do that arise hummy that's basically what they're seeing threat comes evilness tom brady do it but has brady really done yet they've has the shortcoming i mean come on duty to those what the wide receivers they have these had those same guys career out at the whole career who key george he switched out why did she was a million times the same guys it's the same thing same kind of place the same thing smarting they're gonna run chain yours route arizona right this is saying gotta got one back robert my pointed and he said he took a guiding chris hogan take this layout gutless to say god okay i get it but that's the household name by any stretch your imagination across it's as far as soon as defensively they were has it hasn't promised the for over the they always have our problem solving all begin ism bruschi left right so then browsed the as the rhode islander els mahan bray i was like four or five years ago that's my point that he's carrie no as those a long time ago fourth one really play football fields ears air long laura war years ago mcguinness without the lead their mid 1213 years he's been our former 1230 i don't know if he's got one of the twelve is my guess i haven't looked any no no long way way way longer than that mcguinness stop playing football for the patriots mcguinness prized are play eleven years ago i will take team look adam is going to join us now apparently adam forgot that he was coming out with us.
"1213 year" Discussed on WEEI
"Is not that powerful he's just a guy he's not even a guy that a superstar in basketball anymore he's a guy that used to be a superstar basketball looking for something else though let that something else be hollywood let last night be a one off because of icy this guy gets celebrated in that setting again on a real problem with it it like it's not ok none of its okay but the celebrate a guy in the middle of the mi2 movement a guy that is a rapist that sends the wrong message across the board and that girl's family all i could think about when i heard that this is what's happened that girl that he raped and adult by now by both thirtyish 35ish i don't know 1213 years later the she has to watch that and watch this guy yet celebrated and watch this guy receive an oscar and what she thinking i know that she's rich and i know that she's got all these millions but that doesn't heel what's wrong with her soul because of what kobe bryant did to her and she's going to watch him up there make every newscast the next day make every cable news outlet make all the local news outlets he'll be on the cover a magazines holding up his oscar and she's going to see all that place there's something really wrong they're hollywood had an operative had an opportunity last night and in my mind they absolutely blew it it is sports radio weei it is late night when we come back we'll we'll go back to al horford just for one minute here before we get out of here i had a few more things to say on al horford that's it for the syria segment i had to give their kobe thing off my chest i almost didn't do it because i as a father to a two young girl it gets me really pissed off an emotional that we continue to celebrate the wrong people in this country so we're going to sort of get away from that for a minute so when i leave here i leave here too good mood and i'm going to be in a good mood because i'm going to continue to convince you all while horford is worth every single penny that the celtics.
"1213 year" Discussed on WTVN
"My brother doug and i went to philadelphia we lived in the suburbs and park and child niem township uh we listen to a speech that had been given by governor reagan 1978 we went back to philadelphia with listened to a speech by giving being given by all i guess he wasn't governor then ronald reagan i he had formed a political action committee and he was introduced by genuine by the name of pawlak sought pawlak sought had been the governor nevada senator from nevada in one of ronald reagan's closest friends as they were there governorships for a period of time overlapped pawlak salk was as solid a conservative as there ever was and in many ways i consider him a mentor rehn me when i visited the senator for the first time even though i was a resident in citizen of pennsylvania and he took twenty or thirty minutes to talk with me and my father at actually been thinking about moving in nevada in one day running for office while obviously my morning changed on that but anyway it was a young man i'm sixty years old now you can figure out the mass so 1978 check that 1974 was the first time i brother nye in person heard reagan speak and there was always his talk that he wanted to be president year in the 1968 republican convention he was a favorite son in california he lost of course and even as a very young man teenager 1213 years old i was a conservative it was a conservative by reading and watching reading national review watching the firing line a reading milton friedman things of that sort i was involved in athletics and everything else but i was very very curious about philosophy in history and this guy reagan really really caught my attention in in the northeast i know a lot of you may not realise as in the northeast he was he was an unknown quantity he was known as an actor and people they can give them the respect he deserved including you know as today the establishment republican party the party that i was involved in was filled with people like mitch mcconnell and john banner and when i decided in nineteen seventy six to support former governor reagan against sitting president gerald ford and the republican primary pennsylvania of course i was mach2 but i.
"1213 year" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"The first could on the block to try something new with your life savings and so although we watch very carefully in for more than a decade it took that long before we said to ourselves okay we think that there is really something here they are legitimate and worthy of our recommendation to our clients so we warrants the first on the block here but the development and advent of exchangetraded funds became the basis of my seventh book lies about money which was published in two thousand eight which explained why we made the decision to begin recommending exchangetraded funds for our clients and abandoning the use of antiquated retail mutual funds as a result because mutual funds are so often far more expensive therefore more cumbersome because the prices are only changed once a day after the market closes ecs aren't burdened with commissions the total expenses are dramatically lower than typical retail mutual funds prices change throughout the day just like stocks and we have been championing them on this radio show since two thousand five this is 1213 years now we've been promoting them very heavily and yet and yet there is still nearly fifteen trillion dollars in mutual funds in the united states and a small fraction of that amount is in etfs about three and a half trillion dollar so if you look at all the money that's managing mutual funds today and etf it still overwhelmingly in the mutual fund arena that's starting to change but as we're witnessing it it's not very quickly it's inertia there are so many people who simply as you said brandon they bought these things years ago they've kept them they've held on to them they haven't given any thought and as a result these folks are often pang far more and fees he's the need to if they're dealing with actively manage funds that are often taking far higher risks than they should to achieve their financial goals in many cases their incurring higher annual tax liabilities associated with it because the way to taxes work with the mutual funds is different from how it works with exchangetraded funds and in many cases they're paying commissions to brokers twelve b one fees and other marketing expenses that they avoid with exchangetraded funds so the.
"1213 year" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Prices are only changed once a day after the market closes ets aren't burdened with commissions the total expenses are dramatically lower than typical retail mutual funds prices change throughout the day just like stocks and we have been championing them on this radio show since 2005 this is 1213 years now we've been promoting them very heavily and yet and yet there is still nearly fifteen trillion dollars in mutual funds in the united states and a small fraction of that amount is any teeoffs about three and a half trillion dollar so if you look at all the money that's managing mutual funds today and etf it still overwhelmingly in the mutual fund arena that's starting to change but as we're witnessing it it's not very quickly it's inertia there are so many people who simply as you said brandon they bought these things years ago they've kept on they've held on to them they haven't given any thought and as a result these folks are often paying far more and fees than they need to if they're dealing with actively managed funds the often taking far higher risks than they should to achieve their financial goals in many cases their incurring higher annual tax liabilities associated with it because the way the taxes work with the mutual funds is different from how it works with exchangetraded funds and in many cases they're paying commissions to brokers twelve b one fees and other marketing expenses that they avoid with exchangetraded funds so the message here is very clear don't assume that what you did years ago which made sense at the time continues to make sense today the industry is evolving technology is innovating and as a result there are investment opportunities and strategies that weren't available to you in the passed which readily are today that can potentially give you better diversification lower risk investments and the ability to help achieve your goals in a manner that you didn't have available to you in the past and so we would encourage you if you own some of those antiquated retail mutual funds to talk with.
"1213 year" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Nate yeah but then you have what if phnom oklahoma says yes will have this and then the state texas has no will let 1213 year olds play football and how does that work i think it's hard to just have this this one law you know that it just blankets the entire country and have people know that you have to agree to do that under what under what kind of penalty of fifth all of a sudden a a thirteen year old or thirteen year olds are plane tackle football i i just don't know how you impose this in texas is texas going to go yeah all right we're okay with us yarmuk lo i think the timing is there's a new study yesterday from bu that it's not big concussion to cause a problem it's repetitive blows starting in youth so be you release his study end harry carcinage grew came out intensely on the same day to try and start a move it neca ob in los angeles joins us on this topic they'll be good morning what do you have for me today perfect michael sure uh i believe that the tackling techniques must be improved yup and i think if they improve tackling techniques 'cause they're teaching these kids how to hit not so much how to tackle yep that would help this uh immensely yep thanks again i agree great show you guys are you guys a great thanks for taking my call thanks for the phone call i've said all along you have to reteach an entire generation to help the next generation and that's what you're seeing with some of these teams the you know the seahawks era the seahawks talked about this that did that they're going back there showing rugby tackles how they tackle in rugby and form tackling one thing i noticed when atlanta played the rounds in the playoff game you saw form tackling by atlanta's defense who backs it was rare because everybody's trying to blow somebody up and their teaching form tackling which is far better for you for a variety of reasons.
"1213 year" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Boston school medicines up in but british there are movement here it is anybody proposing anything is the government involved in this into you have a congressman her senator it doesn't matter what these former players think unless they get with somebody who could then bring this to white yup people years ago there is government oversight committee had a hearings on youth sports concussions but there is nothing out of that that initiated an odd nationwide rule do you think joe thomas's point could work against this that a national policy that every state has to follow the people don't like national i don't think you can they do you then you have what if oklahoma says yes we'll have this and then the state of texas has no will let 1213 year olds play football and how does that work i think it's hard to just have this this one war you know that it just blankets the entire country and have people that you have to agree to do that under what under what kind of penalty of fifth fall of a sudden a a thirteen year old or thirteen year olds were plane tackle football i i just don't know how you impose this in like texas is texas going to go yeah all right we're okay with us yarmuk lo i think the timing is there's a new study yesterday from bu that it's not be concussion to cause a problem it's repetitive blows starting in youth so be you release his study and harry carson screw came out intensely on the same day to try and start a move it in okha ob in a los angeles joins us on this topic ob good morning what do you have for me today perfect michael churn uh i believe that the tackling techniques must be improved yup and i think this thing improve tackling techniques 'cause they're teaching these kids how to hit about so much how to tackle yep now would helpers uh immensely yep thanks again i agree great show you guys are you guys a great thanks for taking my call thanks for the phone call i've said all along you have to read teach an entire generation to help the next generation and that's what you're seeing with some of these teams that.
"1213 year" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Defendants our clients and even an advance case i mean one of his bail attorneys after like ben of 1213 years had read an article that he about something you don't like new at he thought it would be a new way to get him for an accord again if he did this new brain scanning technique kind of like an ally detector on on drugs or some but he but you know so he reached out because he in after all those years he's like you i've never stop thinking about and i've heard this over an hour from different attorneys to where they just it just sticks with them not as attorneys but even investigators who work with defence council and or like man this was something really went wrong here and they haven't been able to forget it but but of course they have to move on and there's other defendants they have to think about i've interviewed police officers we should groups over the years that's the greatest fear wife is they're going to build a case against somebody who love the later find out and you know i was talking to why news it at the end of his life right now in the talks about how that's always worry you know you look back on your career thirty forty years in law enforcement in did somebody go to prison because you made a mistake arab org you didn't do what you were supposed to do so i think they're versus trade teutau i think in their verse also happens where they do not want to brisk accepting the fact they may have done that to some one so they are deniel cakes antonello refused to consider evans of innocence because the alternatives to horrified to conflate i think you're absolutely right of that and ivory countered that more often than the other but i have encountered in a row in a reflective molik mixing you know i wonder if you know and that's that's where those links we mentally as attorney i out by his work on this podcast suspect convictions i was trying to interview.
"1213 year" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"And they know the mainstream media is aware of their scandals at a bunch of that have mistresses or gay or have been dayton underage women or boys uh young man end or pedophilia never barney frank said everybody better stock investigate month threestorey down how's that they're running under his roth lot of ivy 1213 year olds that was confirmed that was the low in most of my sixty seventy it's criminal and he said i said half the people in there involved shut it down to shut down now that's abc's fan and you know i congressman some exposed abduc dead so uh here's the secret societies system they used to control people at all i'm saying is when we first heard he was telling people their daughters were pretty and all this over sixty seventy nuts i thought a little creepy but now we're hearing all this other stuff it's bad news and the republicans are calling him judge roy or and that's the headline on drugs you know his yo judge or bannon turning on judge hoare and now the media's branding it like conservatives were to blame and the conservatives are now discredited and older train move discredited 'cause we got one guy trying to ask out girls that are underage you've got biden tell them they're sexy and they're pretty when they're eight years old on video and and patnow their butts in feeling all over him and some of the parents come over go whoo oh dude and and like push off we've shown the photos we've covered it but the media never picks it up but paul watson has a bunch of examples posted in his order x secret service agent claims biden engaged in weinstein level groping faro into this lovey we are four minutes antastic ussama go other four or five minutes to finish up for this segment that i'm gonna continue everybody watching live am i will hear this law radio later uh as well as what i do is when i got families of take care of or whatever aisle alternate tagged early or have guest host on there's so much bring somebody popping in and out today live and live uh uh to do that will also end up being taped here on the radio uh so here it is x secret service agent claims by engaged in wasting level groping of women and teams quoted was horrible that's that's part of.
"1213 year" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show
"1213 years younger than me it is it's more uh kind of a sentimental deal it's jim brown because when i was a kid how i wanted to get into the industry was me and my dad would drive around you know where they go to pure avery bradley braves are pure reverend games where attia and we would always have sports talk radio on and be mainly win jim round his radio show which is booming and he was the reason and that was kind of a thing that me and my dad could like honda bond with would be you know this new sports radio that's why i got into the business so app i had to say anything i now i have a say i love you know listen in a jack back and things like that but i would have to say it with his jim round just so a based on that's how i got into the industry a on new this will be intriguing from uh to actually won and before i was even in the business a nelson burn junior many many years he was the color analyst with chrachel ankle on pbs bowling on abc and i mean that ran for like forty years you know was lead into wild world of sports and during the midwest stops where the b the king louis in kansas city or other ones boat would always let me work for abc on the weekend he me job setting up the stage and it would be like behind the booth with him and chris i would like point the jugs goner do something and just those few years where i got to go to the midwest stops and watch boll chris work like this is so cool you know the the hear mit break talk and you know chris goes all right i'll get to that yeah let's do it after this and then have both so yeah let's run into this 'cause i got a topic i wanna talk about here when you get into jumper tragically whatever and i thought that was so cool watching them in iraq with the producer breaks in what they were doing on the air so bowl kinda got me into broadcasting thinking maim this may be something i want to do here um and then what's i got into it i.
"1213 year" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Congressman jalosjos back back back back back with you thursday hey congratulations to the houston astros huh i mean congrats to the astros great world series sevengame world series i always love a sevengame world series game 7 as always interesting engaging nailbiting anxious the last night's five one victory by the astros didn't quite have that but still still it was game 7 congratulations to the astros their first world series title i believe i could be wrong 1213 years ago they lost the chicago white sox and the world series but but how awesome for the astros how awesome for the town of houston still suffering from the impact of the hurricane great job guys great job astros good season dodgers i'm a cubs fan the cubbies will be back but this year belong to the houston astros god bless him a follow me on twitter wall street m eight five five six four to fifty six hundred i i haven't talked about it this week maybe i'll get into it uh maybe tomorrow or or or maybe early next week but this is a really big deal and that's what senator dianne feinstein said yesterday as she had their heads.
"1213 year" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Congressman jalosjos back back back back back with you thursday hey congratulations to the houston astros her i mean congrats to the astros great world series sevengame world series i always love a sevengame world series game 7 as always interesting engaging nailbiting anxious the last night's five one victory by the astros didn't quite have that but still still it was game 7 congratulations to the astros their first world series title i believe i could be wrong 1213 years ago they lost to the chicago white sox in the world series but but how awesome for the astros how awesome for the town of houston still suffering from the impact of the hurricane great job guys great job astros good season dodgers i'm a cubs fan the cubbies we'll be back but this year belonged to the hugh houston astros god bless him a follow me on twitter wall street m eight five five six four to fifty six hundred i i haven't talked about it this week maybe i'll get into it uh maybe tomorrow or or or maybe early next week but this is a really big deal and that's with senator dianne feinstein said yesterday as she had their heads of facebook and twitter and and and all of these tech guys social media guys in google youtube and all of these silicon valley guys as she had them in front of her and the other senators republican and democrat as the senators grilled these heads of these technologies social media companies she said to them repeatedly you guys don't get it this is a big deal you guys don't get it she said that a facebook you guys don't get it she said they had google this is a big deal and it is a big deal this whole notion of social media and the internet no know being like the wild wild west and an actor or like the russian government can come in and use the internet and you social media to influence our election and that's what they did that's what rush should did i don't care what your politics are the government of russia you can say well joe it didn't make a difference fine i'll give that to you i disagree with you but i'll give you that opinion but you cannot tell me with a straight face that the russian government did not get heavily influenced in our 2016 election they did.
"1213 year" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Game really well and he's been able to lead his team to some really impressive regularseason performances plus each then to the world theories but the issue is of course not able to get to that point where he's got the ring the ring is the thing the ring changes everything at a law radio is where he can find me on twitter so what word what we're left with now in the post season is the yankees and astros so new york and houston and then chicago in la and i just saw this tweet pop up actually from matthew he says last four teams in the baseball playoffs just happened to be the four biggest cities in america baseball probably couldn't be happier well mlb he says mlb probably couldn't be happier if they certainly do have passionate fan bases but there's also go good stories there ends people laugh at me when i point out that these new york yankees are a fresh group of guys in pinstripes of the most part but aaron judge in dd gregori is guys like gary sanchez in grey bird and even louis severino you're talking about guys that a lot of the nation doesn't know a well air air it is a is a exception of course because he won the home run derby maybe even sanchez people remember what he did but we all arrives this is a different group of guys are there aren't many holdouts you've got to see 'this about the affair shore you've got to brett gardner who's a homegrown guy but a lot of these guys are either traded in or they came from us other people's farm systems or they're just brand new uh there's been a lot of turnover with the yankees and they've been there since six years astros of course have never been to the alcs and they're in their first championship series going back 1213 years uh and then the dodgers who haven't been to the world theory since 1988 added dubbed who did win for a hundred and eight years to last season so some really good story line still left and they start off tonight and then tomorrow trust the professional parts people at a.
"1213 year" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"Boy scouts to the point that they released yesterday i didn't realize there as an a rivalry between two but they released an incredibly scathing brutal statement about the voice coutts move i'm going to read it to you and i would this is from the washington examiner the girl scouts on thursday condemned the boy scouts decision to admit girls into it's cub scout program and said the boy scouts should instead be focusing on sexual assault and other problems that have plagued the organization i mean this let you know just how deepen brutal is this is really angered the girl scouts here's the statement this is from a spokesperson for the girl scouts this is what they told abc news quote the boy scouts houses on fire instead of addressing systemic issues of continued continuing sexual assault financial mismanagement and efficient programming beer says me wars cats of america's senior management wants to add an accelerated to the house fire by recruit king girls end quote finance this pretty brutal from the girl scouts so i i really like i i'm not an expert on this so that's why i want to get your guises response we're going to go to the phones earlier than i normally ever do because i suspect you guys will have much more insights on this then i will should the boy scouts admit girls should girls joined the boy scouts or or is it maybe if you want what the boy scouts are offering injury hager maybe a train change the girl scouts into sort of offering that is well 'cause i think there's value in being and i'm going to say sex segregated but i'm going to say sex segregated growing up a god you're going through puberty and if i was in close proximity of of girls who knows that 1213 years old and all my friends on my degenerate france his would have been problems let's go to the phones kathy in overly you're on wbal hello kathy eight there how are you doing well how are you good good uh and now a separate it to be uh boy yeah i mean isn't that the.
"1213 year" Discussed on KKAT
"The author of of this kind of may have parker would governor mike huckabee her on average more and boredom is unknown enormously successful career when we first met governor huckabee hebrews uh running for the senate in arkansas the rusell lu lu lu tunnel governor of arkansas human neighbors running for the senate but then forget the governor's name thereabouts but but the borbon gutted and caught in a cookie jar seoul of god today all jim in the prisoners all more governor huckabee well became governor huckabee then we rebroadcast from look i believe from the governor's mansion loomed i'm one drew don't obey was in office that i'll have often thought abc's near two kids all of mulumba marvelous troubled rodney how happy they were running around doing almost the the of sarah huckabee had to be about withdrawal 1213 years also at long term well but he probably of at the time i was governor was around twelve or thirteen air shield russia's shoes sport 4wheel the brazilian idol says let's go to become mind borden imprudent well you know we finally got to be on the white house after two attempts but he just wasn't the one that i was thinking would make it but the inaugural crowd of her he's he's a very sharp copies male and go to that that sharkinfested environment of the question at the white house and she doesn't escalate tension and she's very good about just being com and being straight power dutton take any be at fault of any alba um you know she respect that they've got a job to do their job is to try to get hurt go off into some area will embarrass the president but you know he's incredibly good at what she does now keep in mind as i am about as objective regarding her as the new york times is about accredited so well i will give you that is quite mer happen to be right though she has also believe him for people who are not supporters of trump should held a lovely demeanor and shoes the judge sir pull sauna should marvellous should not join it'll because jerk liver because you're on she just great doing a mother you would like the.
"1213 year" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"That's very true because you think about today's 1213 year olds they have youtube channels they have instagram um networks that are profitable meaning was just telling us used to have amazon affiliates program for it harry potter books that used to make money so she has been making money off of the internet for years and so to tell someone oh you joined a company the only source of income or creativity you have is here is not actually acceptable that's not going to happen it's not going to happen so either companies need to adjust their policies or they need to realize they're going to miss out on a huge talent market and not higher and creative people is actually a tremendous loss for companies we should higher creative entrepreneur or people that it should be a mandatory thing and i so shape a no most people microsoft ueno also have a very very good side hustle on the side maybe it's just the people i tend to interact with our people tend to find meat but pretty much everyone i know has got a very interesting side hustle but i mean it makes sense though it my company at biometric at one of the things we sakes be hire people who've been entrepreneurs for and they say you're probably not a good entrepreneur if you're taking a job here and don't have a side hustle doing something else you know as well though limited like you know when people sama cereal entrepreneural i said what other kind is there though i started a business never again yeah so okay in your bio a one of your bio's who have many that i have been able to come across you write about how you know you wish you've been a cat so you could have nine lives you enumerate the first one to seven you've had to date so we have to ask what are your big scary goals for lives eight and nine what else might become.
"1213 year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Play special in the rogers kids were there with two teams inject quiz rogers me the couldn't trust those guys me to be in oregon state always ready to ambush u s e up in corvallis the call for the rain the call for the fog in the call for the fittler's three in its thing i know him down seven points in the fourth quarter going like going on here and that friday night game at a leave its september twenty nine usca at washington state standalone friday night game tonja boys from troy best be ready for that one as he's got much more important things on the horizon though to start the year and i'll get into their schedule and pete rbs the voices southern cal they'll law join me probably in the next week or so sea of pete back from the did see what peter arbogast i mean i think the guys gang deny takes a threemonth vacations beyonce's comes with the territory there who said with us he football so you'll nine obt really enjoys in i know he has c faithful and julian combed the games tomorrow night we'll talk a little ucla football looking forward to that i wound the coaches on courtesy of are good pal david the neave who usually only comes up with basketball guys but now has come up with a football and that that was a thing as i went deep deep like did you call my buddy angus yet and i go in you know bed basketball still down the rhone amid enfopol there's no thompson these on the football team minizoos coach with the football thomason saddam nn now you tell me so i took a little bit longer than i should have probably do to make that initial call angus mcclure he is uh one of the guys at rooms i believe the defensive line but he's been at ucla for i think 1213 years so he will be on the show tomorrow night at seven thirty and done thanks to do to dino's appreciate david's scoot solid guess i mean these wellconnected in college basketball world no doubt about it but here he goes outside of his territory outside of his comfort zone to the.