35 Burst results for "40,000"

How Could You Not Vote?

The Officer Tatum Show

00:59 min | 2 weeks ago

How Could You Not Vote?

"I did a poll on the YouTube channel. You know, I got 2 million people on YouTube. I got about 2.7 million. I mean, 2700 people watching live. I haven't gone live in a way. I normally it's like thousands of billion, 30,000, 40,000 people watching live. If it's a big major incident. But we did a poll about voting in like 27% of people said they didn't vote today. And I'm hoping that they're saying it in vote today because they voted early. If we have 27% of people saying that they did not vote in this election. Then we should have 27% of people not complaining about the election. Because you can not complain if you're not voting. You can not complain. Don't waste my time, don't waste your time if you're not going to go to the polls and vote. Don't talk about Biden, don't talk about Trump. Keep your political information to yourself because nobody want to hear it because you're not a participating member of society. And you complain about something in which you don't plan to fix.

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How Frank Sinatra Soothed AJs Restless Preflight Soul

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:44 min | Last month

How Frank Sinatra Soothed AJs Restless Preflight Soul

"As I said, I never sleep well before I get on an airplane. And you know, Friday morning, I'm supposed to fly at the three in the afternoon and I had this dream of Frank Sinatra in my head. And I walked up two 30 in the morning, I went to bed around 12. I said, there's no use. This is no use. I have to hear his music now. Sometimes I can wake up and put on a podcast or music, generally if people talking that will get me back to sleep. So I grabbed my phone, and I listened to so much of Sinatra's music. I think it's I get said, I think it's about the whole that I told you about travel gets me more emotional, dull thing about an airplane flying at 35, 40,000 feet puts us that much closer to heaven where so many people we loved are up there now and we're closer to them on an airplane than we ever were. But actually, it was like, I was on a scavenger hunt and trying to find everything in my brain and heart and soul. So I say, I have to find every song. So I just gave up on sleep, and I went for the next 5 to 6 hours of playing nothing but Frank Sinatra from him singing in the 70s. The 60s, the 70s, and finally I ended it all to what I feel to me was the album that just got me the most, it's all blue eyes is back. It's the album of my childhood. And we must have played that album 10,000 times in my house. Remember Sunday mornings, my father always put that record on on the big green victrola as he called it

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Bob Stefanowski: The Economic Conditions in Connecticut

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | Last month

Bob Stefanowski: The Economic Conditions in Connecticut

"The issues here because you have a real shot of this and bob being a northeastern or from blue states myself being raised in New York And then having lived and run for office in Maryland you've got a real shot of defeating the dreadful radical leftist Ned Lamont And I think one of the big issues over there in Connecticut because I know the region well is the economic condition of the state Bob I'm sure you remember people who used to escape New York to go to Connecticut to get away from the confiscatory tax rates but now it's people are escaping Connecticut too Well yeah we've got a real shot I ran against governor Lamont in 2018 I was a Republican candidate we lost by 40,000 votes on 1.3 million votes cash And I'll tell you Dan the environment for Republicans here in Connecticut is infinitely better than it was four years ago We've got government between parents and their kids telling them what they should teach their kids about sex education and everything in kindergarten We've got out of control crime and to the point you mentioned our economy is just it's the second worst in the U.S. We've got very high inflation We got the highest utility rates in the continental U.S. We have to second highest taxes in the nation And my goal is exactly what you said bring it back to what Connecticut used to be and the downhill started when Connecticut put a state income tax It was supposed to be temporary It was supposed to be 2% Now it's 7% and people are leaving Connecticut the first chance they can get but I think we've got a good chance to turn it around

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Reddit NFTs Hit $2.5 Million Daily Volume

Ethereum Daily

00:43 sec | Last month

Reddit NFTs Hit $2.5 Million Daily Volume

"Reddit avatar collectibles generated $2.5 million worth of secondary market sales volume on Monday, according to a polygon analytics dashboard, a single NFT from the collection sold for 30 eth. Currently worth about $40,000. Reddit avatar collectibles are polygon based NFTs initially sold on Reddit's native NFT marketplace. The volume comes less than a week after Reddit sold out its second generation release of 40,000 collectible avatars, Reddit sold out its first generation collection in July. The NFTs were sold at varying prices between $10 and $100, Reddit also revealed that 2.5 million polygon wallets were created by users since its launch of Avatar collectibles.

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Amazon plans to hire 150,000 workers for the holidays

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Amazon plans to hire 150,000 workers for the holidays

"Amazon says it will hire 150,000 workers for the holidays I'm Norman hall Amazon will hire 150,000 full-time part time and seasonal employees across its warehouses ahead of the holiday season The ecommerce site is taking a less conservative approach to its holiday planning than Walmart which said last month it would hire 40,000 U.S. workers for the holidays compared to 150,000 last year Amazon is looking for the same number of seasonal employees as last year Its other competitors UPS and target have said their holiday hiring plans will also remain

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Is Russia a Godless Country?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Is Russia a Godless Country?

"Says Charlie, you call Russia godless. Under Putin active churches in Russia have gone from 7000 to 40,000. That doesn't sound very godless to me. Look, Mike, I hate to break it to you. Russia is one of the most atheist countries in the world, that very well might be true. But Russian atheism is a very, very strong thing. And in fact, you look at religion in Russia, you very well might be right about a revival in Christianity of which I highly doubt in some sense, but the amount of atheists or the amount of non religious people in Russia is a very considerable part of the population. Extremely considerable. And then he says, with all due respect, you sound like McCain, Graham Pelosi and Schumer. Yeah, I don't know about that. I don't think McCain Graham Pelosi and Schumer are trying to tell you to have an alliance with Russia. Listen more carefully. So we've been against all that nonsense proxy war stuff in Ukraine.

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Can't We All Just Get Along?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Can't We All Just Get Along?

"You know, you know, you know, I guess it goes, it's a give or take, you know, if it wasn't this many people in the world are in the country, maybe a few good men can change the world, but then one Batman can that'll be the sum of all of your good men and be overtaken by one bad man. So having millions of millions of people, millions of different churches, may be a positive thing, but it's just people can not get along, man. People can people can not get along. You know, even in the faith of Christianity, you're like, we have one book. How do we have 40 different denominations? They say it's more like 40,000 different denominations, but I have no idea where that number comes from. But we have been exposed to at least 6, 7 different denominations in our lifetime, that we know of, maybe churches that we visited. It's like, how do we read the same book, but have such theological differences? Like, where's where's the standardized fact pattern? According to the scripture, according to the scripture, it is very clear that once you receive God's spirit in you that we are all on the same, we should all be on the same page. We're drawing from the same spirit that spirit that was in Christ Jesus, it also being you.

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Americans Struggle Through Biden Inflation

The Officer Tatum Show

05:29 min | 2 months ago

Americans Struggle Through Biden Inflation

"Maybe this is your Monday. I carries you to have a good week. How do you have a good week? Positive thinking. What is positive thinking is not just running your mouth is believing what you say. That's positive thinking. If you say I am going to have a great week, you feel that your week is going to be great. You anticipate a great week or a weekend. You will see that come to fruition. The article says, a lady named star Parker says when will low income Americans stop looking to the government, new pole data from Gallup shows Americans are not having an easy time through this period of raising prices. A rising prices, I'm sorry. According to Gallup, 56% of Americans say now that rising prices are causing severe or moderate hardship. Drilling down, we see that the hardship is not shared equally. Amongst low income households, those with incomes less than $48,000 a year, 74% report that they are experiencing hardship amongst middle class households with income of 48,000 to 40 9000 a year, 63% report hardship and amongst the upper income 90,000 and above, only 40% report experiencing hardships. So clearly we can see that the poor you are the harder your life is going to be. When I say poor, the less money you make. I don't say poorer. Because poor is a mentality. And also poor is a priority. Some people got $48,000. There's plenty of money. You know, and to be honest, if think about it like this, this one says household income. Well, I'm assuming that only one person working if y'all making 48,000 a year. If two people working and you making 48,000 a year, I don't y'all must be doing law and work under the table because I don't know what job will pay you less than I don't even know what the hourly rate would be to make $20,000 a year. I mean, I guess those jobs are out there. However, if you find yourself in a predicament, you better not be having kids. You better wait. And so you have enough money because then you're going to go to poverty. Because $48,000 could probably take care of us from growing people. And you ain't got to go to a steakhouse and you ain't got to get a TV. You don't even need a TV. Go buy some books and read. You don't need a car, get a public transportation, get you a bicycle. Even in the winter time, it's a guy in my church. Now I know everybody ain't built like this, but it was a guy at my church. He used to walk four miles each way to work. In the snow, they were in like Colorado somewhere. He saw four miles to work every day and then while four miles home. And did complain one time. How much 10,000 hour get you at? Oh, 20 grand, you'll be $10 an hour. I don't even, yeah, yeah. That would be interesting. So $10 an hour would get you what 20,000 a year for 40 hour a week work week. So two people making $10 an hour would get you around 40,000 a year. And I don't even know a job to pay you $10 an hour. And to be honest, listen, let me say this. And then I'm going to get on to my point. But I think people need to not be as entitled. Because if you are making $10 an hour, you need to stay with other people who are also making money that's around your range. If four of y'all get an apartment, three of y'all get an apartment, you go move in with your mama and them, you go move in with some family members, you will fare better. You know, right across the street from my grandma's house, there was a Hispanic family that moved in there. And I swear there was like 15 of them in the living in one house. And like ten of them were adults. And I don't know how they did it because their house was probably 600 ft². But then before you know it, now they got the house next door and then they split it up because what I was told that they did what I was told that they did was they live in a house and they stack money and then they bought another house in their family. They've been in the house and they continue to keep our houses until all the family can move out and have a relatively equal space to live and they partnered on it initially to grow their family wealth enough to purchase houses and live a better life. If you looking for somebody who will hold you tight who will walk you to your doorstep each and every night this is the officer Tatum show. And afraid to tell it like it is.

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Daily Wire: John Fetterman Didn’t Disclose 8 Properties He Owns

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Daily Wire: John Fetterman Didn’t Disclose 8 Properties He Owns

"Move on here the daily water this guy fetterman If he gets elected to the Senate then an orange juice can get elected to the Senate I'm not kidding Fetterman mocked Doctor Oz for owning ten properties Turns out federman owns 8 properties but didn't disclose them By Ben Z slough Pennsylvania lieutenant governor and democratic Senate nominee John fetterman didn't mention his 8 properties on federal financial disclosures Even though he has repeatedly mocked Republican rival doctor mehmet Oz for owning multiple real estate holdings according to a Tuesday release from the foundation for accountability and civic trust Candidates are required to submit a financial statement that provides a full and complete statement of their assets debts and income as well as any position help For any assets candidates must report the complete identity and category of value of any interest in property with a fair market value exceeding a $1000 as of the close of the reporting period The group determined from county court records federman owns 8 properties in Braddock Pennsylvania We served as mayor from O 6 to 2019 None of the properties appeared on its disclosure documents None of them Though many of the properties were to combine $108,000 or empty lots worth between ten and 20,000 One of the holdings was a building structure worth about 40,000 according to the report from the daily mail These properties don't produce any income They're not investment properties So John didn't need to disclose them His spokesman said but it's not true Here's all these properties should have been disclosed from mister FedEx personal finances Said the executive director of the foundation for accountability and civic trust Kendra Arnold

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Dodgers quiet Timmy Trumpet for now, beat Mets 4-3

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Dodgers quiet Timmy Trumpet for now, beat Mets 4-3

"The Los Angeles Dodgers opened the three game series with a four to three win over the mets in front of over 40,000 at Citi Field LA now 90 and 38 Gavin Lux had two hits and three RBIs including a tie breaking RBI single in the 7th Jake Reed just up from triple-A earned his first career save One of the best feelings in the world you know so do it here in front of all these fans and stuff in this atmosphere It was just a very emotional moment The Met skill to 82 and 48 they remain three games on top of Atlanta in the national league east Mike mancuso New York

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Some Listeners Feel Voting Seems Pointless With All of the Fraud

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:29 min | 4 months ago

Some Listeners Feel Voting Seems Pointless With All of the Fraud

"I'm going to read an email I got last night and by the way, I don't consider this this doesn't offend me. I don't consider it to be an insult. I just want to kind of go through the sentiment though because I know some people had the sentiment. We got a lot of nasty emails last night. Someone said Charlie, you are clueless. About the election. You are so naive. These are elections are easy to steal. Katie Hobbs will never let Carrie win. Why are they letting Blake win? He's a one out of a hundred not a threat. That way idiots like yourself think there's integrity in the elections, wake up clueless Charlie. You are too full of yourself, Bruce. Look, we could go through that email and what I think is wrong about that sentiment, but I do want to just say though that a lot of you probably felt that last night said, oh my goodness, they're going through it again. They're doing all of this, but we can't stop voting and we can't stop showing up. Just look what happened. Last night. It shows that there is still an ability to overwhelm all the shenanigans to overwhelm all of the problems with the process. And so I know a lot of people have PTSD. And my goodness, they're doing it again. And by the way, it's not over. There's still a 100,000 ballots outstanding, but I can say confidently based on everything we know about those ballots and who actually turned them out, I think the confident winner is Carrie Lake. She could actually end up winning in my opinion by 30 to 40,000 votes.

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Kevin McCullough: Biden Has Problems Up and Down

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Kevin McCullough: Biden Has Problems Up and Down

"Seems obvious. And again, your average American is busy, they're raising their kids, they're caring for their parents, caring for their kids. They're trying to get to work. They're trying to they don't have time to get into this. So they look around, they see disaster everywhere, Biden and his administration really couldn't be worse. I mean, I think that's an objective take. This is not just because I know he stole the election and is allowing socialists to destroy America. Apart from that, it's just bad everybody says it's bad. You just gave us the numbers. So what are some of the scenarios? I mean, first of all, he's been vaccinated 40,000 times, and he has COVID right now, right? And evidently, cancer and asthma and he can't confirm it, but I think he's probably got monkeypox too. The interesting thing about this though was that it was the oil that was sprayed on his mom's car when she was driving him to school as a kid that gave him the cancer that he had when he was 70. But his team says he doesn't have cancer. So even in just simple messaging, delivering a basic speech, this guy has problems up and down. But they're wrestling with other things, Eric, and you touched on it. Middle America doesn't pay attention to the day to today. They're not watching the jot and and going, oh, they did this move, and now we've got to make this move. They do know that they're paying four and a half to $5 a gallon for gas. And they do know that two years ago, that same gallon was a dollar 89. And they know that the gallon of milk that used to cost 5 bucks in the store now costs them 7 to $11. Depending on what they're getting. And they just know that in general, everything has gone up in price and they're what they're bringing home and pay has gone down in value. That may be why the Republicans have seen, since the 2020 election, 1 million registered Democrats register as Republicans,

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James Rosen Describes Breaking a Crucial Hunter Biden Story

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:13 min | 4 months ago

James Rosen Describes Breaking a Crucial Hunter Biden Story

"Let's give credit where credit is due. Did you not break one of the crucial stories regarding Hunter Biden? So tell us about that. I did on October 29, 2020 when I was a reporter for the Sinclair broadcast group, which is the owner of about 200 TV stations across the country. We broke a story that aired on those stations. Citing a very high level Department of Justice source that Hunter Biden was under active FBI criminal investigation over his finances. I had somebody very high up in Trump world telling me, James, can you in Sinclair instead of getting this out at 6 p.m., get this out at 5 p.m. because president Trump is literally waiting on Air Force One to retweet your story, which was flattering if true, we couldn't, and we didn't. But nothing happened in short. No other news media organization, aside from taking note of what I had reported such as political playbook did the next morning was able to advance or refute the story to corroborated or knock it down. The FBI said nothing, DoJ said nothing. The Biden Harris campaign said nothing. I mean, it attracted something like 40,000 likes on Twitter, but it kind of ended with my story until after the

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Zelenskyy: Russian death toll may pass 40,000 in June

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Zelenskyy: Russian death toll may pass 40,000 in June

"Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky said on Sunday Russian casualties may pass 40,000 in June Speaking to the nation in his 109th daily address since the staff of the Russian invasion is again calls for advanced air defense systems from the west he claims such defenses would have averted many tragedies including an air strike on Sunday which injured ten people including a 12 year old girl Zelensky says people are still in hospitals the stripes had no tactical or strategic sense just as the vast majority of other Russian strikes This is terror just terror he says the 12 year old girl was escaping from the Russian army As for the near 40,000 troops loss zelensky says in no other war in many decades has Russia lost so much I'm Charles De

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8 out of 10 Largest U.S. Cities Lost Residents During Pandemic

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 6 months ago

8 out of 10 Largest U.S. Cities Lost Residents During Pandemic

"And the pandemic revealed that a lot of people kind of already knew that their city's kind of suck We got the Census Bureau just putting out some population estimates and it showed that 8 of the ten largest cities lost residents And of course more than those 8 loss residents Now they look from July 2020 to July 2021 So we're talking about the height of the pandemic New York lost 305,000 residents That's two and a half percent of the 2020 population You look at Chicago they lost 45,000 LA 40,000 San Francisco as a city Lost saw the largest rate of decline 6.3% of its 2020 population that's about 55,000 residents When the pandemic happened you know I was really just focused on living in my kind of shoebox environment And really kind of COVID gave me a chance to kind of look for a little bit more space Like it's not just about space So he lived in San Francisco talking to CBS News He lived there up until the pandemic and then he kind of realized something At the end of my time living in San Francisco I almost felt like the city was kind of like chasing me out They kind of were like they weren't chasing you up They try to chase out people who maybe are not completely in line with their vision And unfortunately the vision in so many of these cities is what it has become filled with homeless people filled with death from overdose and yet weirdly you're paying $2700 for that 500 ft² apartment People realize very quickly Once they couldn't actually get out of their apartments that the city doesn't offer them much

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US making COVID antiviral drug more available at test sites

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 6 months ago

US making COVID antiviral drug more available at test sites

"The federal government is trying to make Pfizer's COVID antiviral treatment more accessible The White House announced steps to make the antiviral treatment packs low bid more readily available across the U.S. as it projects COVID-19 infections will continue to spread over the summer travel season The nation's first federally backed test to treat site is opening today in Rhode Island providing patients with immediate access to the drug once they test positive More sites are set to open in Massachusetts Minnesota and New York City The drug which has been found to reduce severe disease among 90% of patients is now available at almost 40,000 pharmacies White House coordinator doctor Ashish jha says getting a vaccine and booster shots is still the best way to protect against the virus confirmed infections in the U.S. have quadrupled since late March to more than a 105,000 a day That's a likely undercount because so many rapid tests go unreported but deaths have declined steadily to fewer than 300 per day just as this is the first time those two metrics have not trended together I'm Jennifer King

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"40,000" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

24:02 min | 7 months ago

"40,000" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"Or tacos from Taco Bell. Now let me think, are there any fast food joints where we would eat not so much, but if you had to, then going to a, like a Mexican or Tex mex type place, sometimes barbecue type places, you can get protein. You can build your own bowl. You can build your own burrito or wrap of some kind with a gluten free wrap or something that's lower carb. There are ways to get creative at some fast food places, but that's really a last resort. We don't typically go for fast food, but if you had to, you know, making a Mexican food with a protein like chicken or beef combined with some beans and some veggies and some onions and then some sauce over the top. You know, that's been a fallback for us many times on the road, and we hope that helps you. Okay, so next, let's tackle one of the harder questions. Why did Instagram delete our account of ten years? What did we do to violate the rules or the terms of service or how did we say something that we're not supposed to say? Well, this is what Liza asked in response to why Instagram deleted my ten year old account, which she says, that's really stupid, able. Why did they delete your Instagram account? Joyce as well asks, what reason did they give you for deleting your account? Well, it's a little in the weeds, but it didn't make sense to us at all. Essentially what happened was anyone who's followed us on Instagram knows that we've been putting out episodes of this show in video form for a while. We also put out little quote images. So when someone makes a humdinger quote during an interview on this show, Allison typically likes to create some sort of visual picture that goes along with it with the quote that we both pick out together and pick out together as a team. And we're just like, all right, this quote is something that is interesting or rousing or sums up the interview or whatever it was. And so a few weeks ago, we had Jessica viker, a registered nurse on the show, and she was talking about how for profit medicine doesn't typically have the best interest of the patient in mind. So here's what happened when Instagram tried to delete us. We were sent a bogus copyright claim. So basically Instagram said that we have found copyrighted material on your account pointing to a picture of our quote image from the Jessica viker interview and sometimes we'll use visuals like a picture from a stock photo photography website. We've been doing this for 5, ten years now. Just as the background of the quote because we don't always have pictures from our own library to do that. But anyway, we always purchase the licenses. We've spent thousands of dollars on stock image photography over the years. Just buying credits and posting it. And if I think zero problems, we've never had a problem buying the rights to an image. And then using it on social media, which is the whole point, that's why you buy. That's why we spent all that money on that stock photography, but we only do it rarely just for these code images, really. So Instagram sent us a copyright claim saying that this quote image that you created from your own show is a violation of copyright and will be the leading your entire count account in 24 hours or something to that effect. And then we kept running into errors when we tried to object and we've sent so many emails to the Instagram team. This actually happened many weeks ago. We've given them a chance to reinstate our account in case it was an error. We gave them a chance to un delete our entire account of ten years. I mean, that's a lot of stuff, including every record of our existence on Instagram, essentially, every episode of the show everyone I've ever interviewed from doctor William Davis to Jessica vicar to Marxism to rob wolf, Tim Ferriss, all these other people. Completely gone from the entire body of work that we ever had on Instagram. But anyway, so we kept running into errors. They kept not responding essentially, but just in case we made a data download request tried to download our account before it was deleted, we were locked out the account was deleted before that. The data download request was never fulfilled. We're still waiting to hear anything from Instagram to be perfectly honest. And sadly, this isn't new either. I'm not the first person who is just been inexplicably deleted. Instagram, back in October of 2020, in fact, I had Mike Gorman, AKA Gourmet on this podcast. And we had an incredibly inspiring conversation about his journey of losing astounding 300 pounds. He lost over 300 pounds. And just a couple of weeks after we posted his appearance on fat Burning Man, the podcast and our Instagram account, his Instagram account was deleted. And so, essentially, what it looks like, though, is that the account is still there. It's just set to private now. It has no posts, all the posts have been deleted. So that's what happened to Gourmet. And I was just like, man, what did he say? What did he do? And I couldn't really find anything. But this is what he said. He said, if anyone follows my Instagram, it has been disabled by them with no warning. I am working on figuring out the appeal process and to my knowledge, he never got any sort of response he never got his account reinstated. I'm not expecting that we will either. In response to Gourmet, once he posted that, are good friend and also multiple she's been on this show multiple times. I've been on her show multiple times and a vicino. She's a wonderful cookbook author as well as comedian. She joined the conversation responding to Gourmet, sharing that her account from on Instagram had been completely deleted without warning that same month. It seems like they're going after health focused accounts absolutely and the censorship and shadow banning of leaders in health and fitness doctors, PhDs, coaches. This has been happening for years, but it's become so obscene and egregious that now they're just deleting our accounts for no apparent reason. Also with no recourse. And it's a little grim to watch this go down because these platforms don't really have a leg to stand on when they start deleting PhDs and doctors and all this other stuff. Especially with no explanation. Some people have also asked like, why don't you just make a new account on Instagram? And the answer is it's a lot of work. I don't enjoy it and more than anything else, Instagram is bad for your health. There is a lot of research now that has come out saying specifically that Instagram increases rates of depression, it's destroying our minds and our emotions and our spirits, and I never really loved Instagram to begin with. At the beginning it was kind of fun. We could share some food photos. We could have conversations with people back and forth about the nutrition of various meals. And it could be an educational tool. Especially when people who subscribed to you on social media, you know, our community that we had built on these multiple platforms, it was really nice when we had the ability to reach our people, who had subscribed to us. And a lot of you, I'm sure have noticed as well that just because you subscribed to someone, it doesn't mean that you stay subscribed, you might be unsubscribed without knowing it, but even more often you're simply not shown these people's content anymore. You may be subscribed to them, but Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, will never, ever show you anything that they're doing. But why is Instagram and social media so unhealthy? Well, I think part of it is that the people who remain aren't able to practice free speech. They're not able to be themselves. They can't really speak the way that they would if they weren't on Instagram. Or recording for Instagram specifically. So the conversations have become very benign useless and waste a lot of time and energy. There's, yes, if you're a butt model, you'll probably do very well with your butt implants on Instagram. But unfortunately, that is the truth. Instagram is terrible for our health. The Royal Society for public health and the young health movement conducted a study showing that Instagram is actually ranked. Number one is the worst social media platform in terms of the detrimental effects to mental health for young adults, and even Facebook's own research on Instagram found that Instagram, use negatively impacted young adults body image, especially young women. So if Instagram is harming young women, actively on purpose in full knowledge of what it's doing, that frankly, I'm glad I'm not on the platform anymore. Once they deleted me from it and I talked to Alison about it, we're like, oh, we don't have to post to Instagram anymore. Actually, this is kind of great. Maybe we can focus on something that is useful to the world. That isn't hurting people. And you may remember years ago, I didn't post to Instagram for a good year. Because I had come across some of this research, and I do not want to be a part of the problem, even if it means that we don't exist on the platforms that are actively hurting our mental health and censoring us and all that. Why would we be there? If they kick all of the cool kids out of the party, those cool kids will start another party, and it will be a lot more fun than whatever Instagram has become now. So anyway, if you did follow us on Instagram, you probably won't be finding much of us there. You might find some impostor who's not me posting stuff pretending to be me scamming people or something. There's a whole lot of that and they never seem to delete those accounts on social media. And we do have an account for wild super foods. It's called wild super food. It's very small, but more important, I think, is focusing on some of the new emerging platforms like rumble, telegram, and some of the Odyssey maybe bit shoot. I don't know. There's no clear winner, but we're trying to put our shows in our content on these alternative platforms that are emerging now, but I would encourage you anyone who is on Instagram know that you are not getting the full story anymore. It's highly censored and it's not fun anymore. It hasn't honestly been fun for many, many years on Instagram, or Facebook, or Twitter, and some of these others. So don't go there for the truth. If you want to go there and just kind of hate post and get into little squabbles and fights with other people or post pictures of butt implants, then I guess Instagram and Facebook can have at it, but if they want to have real conversations, educate people, build communities, it's not the place where it's happening anymore. So if you folks want to find me on a platform where I don't exist yet, then make sure that you send me an email. I've heard a lot of you say rumble, we are on rumble. We're on Odyssey, a few of the others were trying to get up there, but we have hundreds and hundreds of videos, and it's a process. So if any of you are psyched about an emerging social media network or a platform where you think that we would fit in well and you want to see us, then please hit me up. Some other people like my friend Sid got in touch after I announced that Instagram deleted our account and he piped in saying, I got deplatformed by LinkedIn with 10,000 contacts going to start working more on gab, getter and minds now. There are lots of alternatives, but it doesn't seem like there's a clear winner with a cohesive critical mass of people yet. I'm sure that's not true, but let me know. You know better than I do. Cox wrote in and says, unbelievable able so sorry dude, Mark reached out and here's what he says, hi, Abel. I'm so sorry to hear you've been censored and blocked by Instagram. I know you must be aware of both locals and rumble quite a few of the people I listened to on podcasts were also banned or blocked or suspended for no good reason, and are now moving over to one of those two, wishing you all the best. I love your content. Mark, thank you so much for sending that in all of you who got in touch after this happened. I really appreciate it. We're not going to stop, but we will stop on Instagram and other social media accounts for the most part. At least until we figure things out. At least until I can talk and use words. Like I'm going through my mind right now of all the words that I really shouldn't say if I want this episode to go anywhere and not get completely banned right away by the remaining platforms. And there are a lot of words I'm just looking at you right now. I'm looking at the camera. There are a lot of words. Trust me that I can not tell you right now or that just wouldn't be a good idea to say right now. But I think you know what some of them are. We're looking forward to new ways of getting out there meeting new people in creating new communities outside of these old big tech platforms that are so heavy handed that I don't think they'll exist in this form or they certainly won't be the big dogs for much longer. And I can't wait for someone to come in and eat their lunch. All right, we have time for a couple more questions here today. It's Anita asks, good morning. Number one, would you Alison be able to provide various dairy free options for those of us who can't tolerate dairy? My biggest problem area is with snacks. Dairy snacks are so easy and quick with both fat and protein and I have trouble finding viable and equitable substitutions. I get tired of having jerky and carrots constantly and I try to keep the intake lower per your recommendations. That's a good idea. The other problem I find is that I have trouble feeling filled or satiated on dairy free items like veggies. Any tips you have for us dairy free people would be greatly appreciated. I have a young child who is very busy with sports and other activities as a result I'm constantly on the go. I need easy to pack easy to eat, filling dairy free snacks. For the past few years, I have very much enjoyed Allison's dairy free versions of desserts. I'm hoping that the two of you have some good options for dairy free on the go eats. Thanks so much for your time and consideration. The need to thank you so much for writing in and for these questions. Yes, dairy is super easy and very tasty, but once again, maybe not the best option if you're looking to lean down. It'll fill you up in some cases. And maybe a lot more than veggies do. But the good news is that there are many, many options, especially the longer you do this, the more options you will find. So here's some more ideas. I'm just going to go through the list of some really helpful snacks if you are on the go, you're traveling. This also goes back to the earlier question that came in from Germany. So look for soup or bone broth canned seafood I've mentioned before, like sardines, oysters, or wild caught, salmon. You can also pack up a salad, and you can keep the dressing on the side or just bring a little container of olive oil and vinegar with you. Sometimes we'll even shake that up, put some salt and maybe some garlic powder in there and make our own little custom vinaigrettes or something like that to put over the salad and to improve the taste of various veggies that we're eating. Because when you add the oil to the veggies, especially olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil, or avocados. When you add that high fat to the veggies, that's the trick that helps you fill up, especially with a little bit of salt that can really be helpful. So yeah, check out some of the salads. We have a lot of different filling on the go salad options at fat Burning Man dot com just typing into the search bar. Look for the fat burning chef salad, wild smoked salmon and kale salad, chicken and arugula salad, watermelon, avocado, and cucumber salad with steak. Sometimes we'll even, you know, when you buy those organic greens and like a big plastic container, we'll use that as a container to bring with us and create a salad over the top and that'll be a salad that feeds definitely the two of us sometimes on multiple meals. Sometimes a whole family you can feed that way. But saving the same container that the greens came in or that your veggies came in can be really useful. Don't forget to bring your fat a good high quality olive oil avocado oil, especially can be great. Coconut oil is good on the road, but coconut oil is a little bit more tricky because it's solid at lower temperatures, usually at room temperature. It's going to be solid unless you live down in Austin or something, and it's hot all the time. Coconut is another great one just in general. Coconut mana or coconut butter can be extremely filling and delicious just eaten straight up as a little treat. Avocado sprinkled with salt and pepper. You just cut in half, sprinkle a little bit of spices over the top, maybe a little olive oil, balsamic, or fresh basil, is great. Hard boiled eggs or making some homemade deviled eggs bring those with you. Low sugar protein powder. If you are going to have protein powder or powdered shakes, kind of those convenience foods or protein bars, make sure that they're low sugar and they don't have too much junk in them. Then there are homemade protein snacks, we're a big fan of, like making your own power cookies, making green smoothies or green juice for the road, broccoli with hummus, guacamole, with carrot sticks, leftovers. There are all sorts of different ways to make it interesting for you. So I hope that helps. One last quick comment that came in from admiration. She says, so I bought your book off of Amazon and found my way to your website. The most interesting thing that I've learned in the almost 100 pages I have read of your book, I got the book yesterday, is that the diet that you describe is how I was raised. My mother who is now 92 years old always spoke of nutritious foods. We did not have packaged anything in our House and I went to my friend's house for that. So I will attempt to return to my roots and change my diet to what mom knew years ago. We'll see. By the way, I listened to two of your podcasts as I work on my dissertation, very interesting. I will listen to more of them and Marie. And Marie, thank you so much for writing in. Yes. What we talk about in terms of eating real food is very much based in the ancient lineage of eating. The ancient tradition of eating or the way that most of our families used to eat generations ago. And we need to keep that alive. It's very important that we go backwards when we're in such a precarious time to look for health cues and what will keep us lean and healthy and until very recently all these Franken foods and chemical concoction foods weren't a thing. We didn't have to worry about them. Also, obesity diabetes, cancer, and all these giant problems that we have now weren't so much a thing when we look back to the past and there are many reasons for that. So good on you for getting back in touch with your roots. Now I'm out of time, but before I go, I want to make sure that if you are in the United States, then check out wild super foods. If you're looking for a high quality source of protein that also tastes delicious, please check out collagen cocoa. We also have vitamin D stack, the always delicious fizzy as well as vitamin C stack. We have mega omegas. We have future greens, all these are excellent on the road if you want to top up your nutrients so I encourage you to check it out. All you need to do is go to a wild super foods dot com and then if you'd like 15% off your whole order, then use the code wild 15. Now I'll get you 15% off. Once again, this is Abel James. Thank you so much for listening. You can always check out our work at fat Burning Man dot com for free with more than 400 episodes of this show. Once again, this is Abel James signing off. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen here today. This episode of fat Burning Man is brought to you by our family company, wild super foods at wild super foods dot com and our Friends at element. If you're working outdoors going for runs or lifting heavy, good on you for breaking a sweat, but you shouldn't have to stomach a spoonful of sugar, dextrose, artificial flavors, and yellow number 5 to replenish your electrolytes. So instead of reaching for that fluorescent electrolyte drink at the corner store, do yourself a favor and replenish with a healthy, natural option. 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"40,000" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

The Fat-Burning Man Show

16:03 min | 7 months ago

"40,000" Discussed on The Fat-Burning Man Show

"Time, element is giving away sample packs to fat Burning Man listeners like you with 8 individual serving packets so you can try the different flavors for yourself to claim your free element sample pack just go to drink elm T dot com slash wild. That's drink with the letters L M NT dot com forward slash wild. Thanks so much for listening onto the show. Let's start with this one here that came in from Ed. He wrote in from the newsletter to ask, he says, I've been on a ketogenic diet for several years, my concern is maintaining my muscle mass or even building muscle mass because I lost about ten pounds on my ketogenic diet. So I'm interested in the strength training that you would recommend. Thank you Ed. So Ed, this is a really interesting question because especially in the past few years, you don't need me to tell you that the key to approach the keto diet is everywhere. Everyone's talking about it. Everyone's selling keto meal plans and keto recipe books and keto everything keto products that have sugar in them and totally aren't keto in all this other stuff. So anyway, the first response there is, what is a ketogenic diet? Well, what it's supposed to be generally speaking is that you keep your carbs, your net carbs, and especially your sugar very, very low. So low for some people that it's less than 20 grams of carbs a day for a strict ketogenic approach and that sort of approach when you're training hard or trying to build muscle actually might not be the best way to go about it. If those are your goals. Now, if you're looking to lose fat and transform your body composition in a relatively rapid way without doing a heck of a lot of exercise, the ketogenic approach can be very useful. If you get sick, you're feeling a little bit under the weather. Leaning into the intermittent fasting and low carb approach can help get those extra pounds off. And I find that, you know, every once in a while, when I do feel under the weather or I need a recovery from working out hard or going on big adventures, it can be very advantageous to under eat for a little while, but specifically under eating carbs is what we're talking about. Many of you know that I'm not strict ketogenic. And I really haven't been for a long time. Yes, I do dip into ketosis quite often, mostly through intermittent fasting, and that approach generally speaking, I'll do about a 16 8 style fast, sometimes a 24 style fast, the one meal a day, but lately it's been more the 16 8 type approach, but the key to that, especially if you want to build muscle or retain muscle, is focusing on protein. So yes, you want to dial down the carbs for the most part, but that mostly means just not overeating carbs. There's a big difference between eating 50 grams of carbs a day or a 150 or 350. Now some people who are working out like crazy can get away with disposing of hundreds and hundreds of grams of carbs through their workouts and because they have a quick metabolism or their younger or whatever it is, yeah, that can totally work for some people and you can build a lot of muscle and get great performance by fueling with glucose and sugars especially if you keep it in check and manage it really well. But if you try to air too far on the side of the pie, I'm going to eat less than 20 grams of carbs a day and I'm going to make sure that I get big legs and big biceps and put on all this muscle. A lot of people totally bonk out. They run out of carbs they run out of sugar and what happens when you go to low carb is that you get a release for me. I start running a little bit ragged. I start craving sweet potato and I need something to get me through the rest of the day or to get me through the workout. And if you are feeling just kind of down that way and you have been ketogenic for a while, go ahead and hit that sweet potato, especially post workout sometimes pre workout that can work too, but if you've been keto for several years and you've already lost some weight, the now is a good time to experiment with adding in some glucose. Some simple sugars even post workout to help make sure that your body is getting the glucose that it needs to build muscles and when I was running marathons, that's when I really learned about glucose management and looking at your blood sugar looking as well and how best to recover because you may be able to lose weight and eke it out by not really focusing on carbs and many of my peers and Friends in the space have competed doing low carb for a long time and for the most part their performance suffered. Sometimes your emotions will suffer too. So for most people, there's nothing wrong, especially after a big workout or if you're trying to build muscle with hitting some carbs again. So if you are looking to refeed and do a car brief cyclic ketogenic dieting is really the approach that I favor as opposed to long-term strict, ketosis. So go back to fat Burning Man dot com, look up cyclic or cyclical ketogenic dieting and you'll see many of the conversations that we've had about that. But long story short, Ed, if you want to make sure that you're building muscle and keeping your weight in check at the same time keeping your fat composition in check, then take a look at what sorts of carb sources you're prioritizing and start to put some of those in there, sweet potatoes, oatmeal can be helpful for some people and here's a quick tip if you heat it up with sweet potatoes and oatmeal and other carbs like that. You heat it up and then you let it cool in the fridge, then it develops resistant starch, which is really unique in terms of the dietary component for what you're eating. And most people's diets, historically, we used to eat a lot more, but the advantage is that it helps you build good belly bugs, your microbiome is really the thing in many ways that drives your metabolism. And so if you starve your body of sugar completely for too long, then you're missing out as well on fiber and resistant starch. So adding a little bit in at a time, and let me know how you feel, but there's a big difference as well between eating one sweet potato and eating 15. So it's not like you can go out and slam a bunch of pizzas or just go nuts on rice unless you really are pre season training for the NFL or something like that doing double a days or triple of days workouts and that sort of thing. For most people, try to dial it down, go into ketosis sometimes, especially if you're looking to lean out and then when you want to build up again and hit your muscles with some nutrients that's going to help them grow, then go ahead, hit the sweet potatoes, the oatmeal, a little bit of rice, and all of that. One thing I might challenge you to do is see what the difference is and how you feel pre workout fasted or low carb compared to eating a sweet potato or just a little bit of carbs, you know, 20 or 50 grams maybe tops. Pre workout, see how you feel. Don't be afraid of experimenting and hitting the carbs sometimes. They're truly not your enemy, but dialing the sugar down in the simple carbs for most people. That's going to be a giant win. All right, this one is from katia. I hope I said that correctly. Dear Abel, my name is Katya and I live in Germany. However, as the U.S. is going to open up soon, I have already planned my vacation there. As I'll be exploring the West Coast, including a lot of national parks while I'm there. Due to a lot of allergies against gluten, dairy, egg, as well. I am basically living gluten free and semi vegan and I try to follow a healthy diet, including also certain wild diet foods. Therefore, I am a bit concerned that I won't find many healthy options or snacks while spending a lot of time on the road. And not close to big supermarkets offering a lot of healthy choices. And that's why I would like to reach out to you to ask for some advice. As I really appreciate your tips and interviews in your podcast and I have been for some time now. I know that you and Allison also spent a lot of time traveling and not close to big supermarkets. It's not allowed to bring most of the food into the U.S. and certainly know homemade products were no label is on the content. So do you have any tips on healthy food choices or easy recipes for me? I love this question, and it does get tricky when you go to different countries. Yes, in our experience, we've had to look around in little villages somewhere to try to feed ourselves other times in giant foreign cities and we can't even read the labels because we don't speak the language. We get it. It gets really complicated as well as the fact that Germany and Europe in general has completely different labeling laws and different laws about what ingredients can be in products. And I'm not very familiar with how Germany in particular handles that, but the U.S. does have pretty low standards compared to a lot of countries. They can sneak all sorts of nasty food chemicals and additives into the product without telling you or without full disclosure. So that's something you want to be aware of when you're eating junk food. There are a lot of people who talk about and I actually experienced this as well. You go over to Europe and you eat some of the breads and the baked goods in France or in Italy. I remember the pizza in Italy was and especially the breads were completely different than the ones you would find here in the U.S.. So if you do have a favorite food in Germany and you try to order in the U.S., keep in mind it might be made of something completely different. Our flowers here are terrible for the most part. They have all sorts of additives that give me a lot of trouble, whereas many people who go to another country, especially Europe, don't have as much trouble with the baked goods, the flowers, the breads, mostly because they're fermented, they're prepared in the more ancient sourdough technique. They're not using these ridiculous GMO yeasts and additives and dough conditioners and all the other things that they throw in there. So I'll warn you that it might be a little bit tricky, especially if you're looking for junk food or fast food. So I would encourage you to avoid those as you come here to the U.S., but no matter where you are, there's always going to be some way to get something nutritious. And so as always, I encourage you to start with protein. That's going to fill you up more than anything else. And no matter where you are, generally speaking, you can find some little store, some corner store, some little health food store, maybe a small supermarket, where they have salad greens, they have eggs, and they have some sort of protein as well. And so when you're building out your meals, focus on that protein, especially the storable protein first. My wife and I love going on road trips these days, but for many years, we were flying all around the world to dozens of countries and, of course, you can't bring much food with you. You might get arrested for trying to bring an apple with you off the plane. Speaking from personal experience, actually Allison got major trouble one time, but we're not going to go there. You don't want to be smuggling food across borders, especially these days, even if it is accidental and it is your lunch, or whatever. So we are very sensitive to that point. But when you are building out your meals, here are some of the proteins that I like to bring with me. If you can cook anything in advance, that's one thing, but usually you can't, especially if you're going internationally. So one of my favorites is grass fed beef jerky sticks. Paleo valley is one that I've talked about before. They are some of my favorites. They do a great job at paleo valley with beef sticks. They also have bone broth protein, food bars like snack bars, and, you know, that's never going to be quite as good as real food, fresh meal, but they have saved our butts many, many times with, let's see what other companies make those. There are dang bars. Those are more like on the vegan or vegetarian side, nut based protein bars, and those I think dang does a pretty dang good job. Paleo valley does a great job with those jerky sticks and the bone broth protein bars and a few other snacks. Of course nuts make a really and especially like a snack mix, a gorp or something like that is a lot of times easy to purchase, just watch out for too many raisins and dried fruits can be super high in sugar, so make sure that you're focusing more on the nuts and watch out as well for some of the oils that they're cooked in because sometimes if you go for the cheaper bagged or canned nuts, they'll be cooked in a low quality seed oil or a GMO oil in some cases or it's kind of a rancid old oil. There's too much salt and they're just junky. So try to go for more of the bulk options, and if you do want to salt it, then typically we'll salt it ourselves. So gorp trail mix, nuts, canned sardines, not everyone loves those, but I'm a huge fan. The great nutritionally, they last for a long time, it's super easy just throw in your bag. Canned oysters, clams, sardines, anchovies, and other things like that. Great source of protein. It's amazing how much it can fill you up too. Sometimes I'm just absolutely famished. It's the afternoon I haven't eaten anything. We've already driven for age or ten hours or something like that. And we're running ragged, hitting up some canned oysters. There's almost nothing more filling and sometimes satisfying than that. It's amazing how you're cravings can change. Now, if you're trying to stay away from eggs, obviously you don't want hard boiled eggs or anything made with eggs, staying away from gluten, the fair enough, pretty easy for the most part. That's what we do as well. Staying away from dairy, cheese can be a pretty easy go to snack that could be kind of filling, but easy to get carried away. So it was actually better if you just kind of remove that as an option anyway from the beginning, jerky, you know, that's another storable great option for protein. And then of course there are protein powders. And for a long time, I was kind of against it as a gimmick. But over the years, coaching a lot of people, especially those who don't have the space or ability or time to cook, a high protein meal, especially, or if they don't have protein is snacks available, then getting a high quality collagen protein can be excellent. Stay away from whey. Obviously, because that's dairy. But collagen should be great for you. Of course, it wild super foods we sell college in cocoa and that's our favorite. We wouldn't sell it if it weren't our absolute favorite we've been taking it for years, but generally what you want to be looking for if you're looking for a college and you don't have to get this one. There are other collagens out there. But collagen protein is a great one because it's dairy free and typically you can find unflavored varieties in a lot more places than you used to be able to. And collagen is pretty much our favorite go to protein. There's also a bone broth, some of that is storable. You can take it with you. Powdered protein, powdered greens, and powdered nutrients or supplements that you bring with you can also really help. We travel have been for years with like a bag of supplements and I find that if you are topped up on your nutrients, if you are on a daily basis making sure that you're getting your vitamin D and your omegas and vitamin C, if you're feeling a little bit run down and you're hitting protein as well, you're getting 20 grams at a time in a shake or a little snack that you make out of the protein powder or what have you and then maybe you can add in some greens and fruits that are powdered that you can bring on the road. Like future greens that we also have. There are powdered greens that are available out there, but if you look, some of them taste terrible like fish tank and what we promise with our own supplements.

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Will You Support the Food for the Poor Campaign?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 9 months ago

Will You Support the Food for the Poor Campaign?

"It was a God thing. I prayed that we would hit our $40,000 food for the poor goal for the month of March. And we did. No question you did it. You came through. In fact, in one day you donated over 15,000. It's kind of a cool story. We were in a little over 25,000 of our $40,000 goal. And I prayed that we could have enough people reach out with a tax deductible donation of maybe 50, a hundred, 150, maybe a $1000 to help us get to our $40,000 goal. I got the report at the end of the day. It was 40,000 $113. We just got barely over our goal, which is a God thing. God answered our prayer. Now, everybody has kind of slowed slowed down. We've all sort of pumped the brakes on our campaign. And I don't want that to happen. You can bless these children. And it is a blessing. It's Friday, maybe it was payday for you. Pay it forward a little bit. I'm going to pray that a hundred people can join my hundred club. If we get a hundred people to donate a $100, we'll get $10,000, and that will take us to almost $60,000. I think we can do it. Do you have a $100 you could spare to feed a child for a year? Somewhere in our hemisphere and provide clean drinking water for life. You've seen the images of these terrified kids in Ukraine. These children are God's children and we can make a difference in their lives. Food for the poor is one of the world's most prominent Christian relief ministries. I'm so proud to be a part of their organization and share our spring campaign with you. We have millions of listeners. Do we have a hundred people in the world who can donate a $100? I think we can. Please go to Mike online dot com and click on that give life banner at the top of the page.

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40000 Foreign Fighters to Help Ukraine

The Larry Elder Show

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

40000 Foreign Fighters to Help Ukraine

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"40,000" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"It runs while always hominy operating system. I kinda think it looks like a pretty much standard mid size sedan. Mid-2000s toyota really butts sorry designers of the wall waco but i'm sure it will be great But in terms of the Autonomy they did show a video of it driving a thousand kilometers with no interventions uses. A six millimeter wave. Radar has lyda. It has thirteen. Ultrasonic radars twelve cameras and while ice chips at self-driving look we've not in the past that yes you can. A group of programs together program roots. Make a video and say hey. We've got full self driving car. That's that was on years ago right. That's not the same as actually making a car that can cope with any real well situation. I'm not saying they've done that. Hero game the system but still catholic with claims of autonomy. But still interesting a big chinese name. Like why making an av next. Let's go to the ford f. One fifty next the ford f. One fifty lightning some rumors over the last couple of days. It's going to be delayed. But this article says no not delayed ford recently tantalized us with the first pre production. Lightning coming off the assembly line. That means the actual production ones should be soon right well. Some reservation holders have been receiving emails to give them concern members of online forum. Dedicated the f. One fifty lightning posted letters that they received from that dealers letting them know about a delay in order conversion that kind of older conversion process of going from reservation holder to which one d one on lightning owners dot com. The letters that some reservation holders posted disappointing whereas emma bug. She is ford spokesperson for the f. F. one fifty. Lightning has now put any doubt so speculation to rice. She said that the conversion date. If you like was previously it might have been november. But that was estimation it was never finalized and not to worry if it's now going to be december nothing has changed production continues deliveries begin spring. Twenty two so. It was kind of more of an tunnel system that might people worry but f. one fifty lightning still on track final story and maybe an industry one of my listeners. That work in the industry might want to know about this story. Charing which is the initiative that brings together various organizations all the leading carmakers and charging companies apart of charing. The supplies the supplies Bring together under one banner to promote the ccs charging standard well. They've got their next get together on november the sixteen. They're going to do it so lucid headquarters in november actually for three days They are going to have some panels and panel discussions about Things like market trends immobility charging policy incentives consumer adoption plugging charge. And if you wanna go to public to in the show notes you can go and attend that conference and and he'll charon a has to say the first as like the conference and then there's two days of testing stuff so if you're an engineer you want to have a look that lots of people listening to this show. I work in the industry. So little tip for you if.

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"40,000" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Of people aren't like you. And i we we might want to cruise around the market. Get the ev charger for our home. Our driveway that we like the most or does a certain thing. A lot of buys in the future. We'll go get and you call happens to be electric. Oh and can you also sought me out a charger. Don't care what it as just want to charge it and gm. We'll look all of that really really smart way of looking after that customers. Okay meeting and wagner next in the news. We'll talk about european sales in a moment. But i kind of funny story but not if you're living this story. Originally volkswagen had been telling its manages to choose cows the were. Co two friendly company caused. They want all of them manages to drive the new. Id range then in june that was softened because the models available and now it turns out according to elect drive the eighteen. Thousand managers invokes volkswagen. That won't that company. Cars can't get the electric versions. They want because they sold out there. We're going to customers. And so until the end of twenty twenty two. They're probably not going to be able to be driving electric as their company cars or they work cost which kind of sucks for them but good news. The priority is getting them out there into the customer's hands anyway. Main volkswagen story. I cling technica has been having a look at the key three numbers so the third quarter of the year how the various car groups stack up once again votes. Volkswagen clearly the dominant group overhead. And lots of stories. Lately where i've talked about how tesla dominates the us market from us listeners. Electric vehicles just mean tesla for so many people over here. It's really really different now. Vox vodka and he's twenty seven percent of the market over the year style. Anti second tesla's on a distant third when you look at who else was doing well about twelve percent hyundai and kia ten percent relative nissan mitsubishi about five percent dime la and five percent. Bmw so really over here really. Is the volkswagen group cards. The id the platform and that includes saudi scholar. And the you know. The the cooper born really getting some market share. Okay is great story next about a thousand school buses going electric. The lion electric company they make medium and heavy-duty urban vehicles. Just go to notre for thousand school buses to go electric from the student transportation of canada under the program. The government of canada will invest invest two point seven five billion dollars over five years to support public transport and school buses to go electric according to an gt news dot com and this particular case deliveries are going to begin next year through twenty twenty six. These electric school buses will replace diesel versions. That's great news lion estimating the deployment of a thousand electric school buses takes twenty three thousand tons of greenhouse gas emissions away every single year. It's more importantly like we know the from all the research being inside a vehicle is at times as bad as sitting outside at behind the tailpipe depending on what vehicle is yes. Nobody wants to be stuck behind a stinky bus but also putting our kids onto diesel school buses the air inside those off filled with diesel fumes. And so that's great news outside the school gates pure electric power. Just a brilliant bit of news to talk about today. Let's talk about fuel cells being used for air transport. Alaska air have donated a plane for a project. One of that q four hundred turboprops. They've actually they An entire plane to the uk company called zero avia. They wanna put fuel cells into and electric motors and batteries into planes to pow aircraft. The planned zero carbon-emitting hydrogen-powered plane. We'll do five hundred.

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"40,000" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on WTOP

"What I and over 40,000 customers have done call new Look today. 11 18 traffic and weather on the AIDS. Here's Jack Taylor in the traffic centre. Hey, that little delay in Maryland that was approaching the Bay Bridge going 50 East. Good news. We've got three lanes now going eastbound with the two way traffic on the westbound span. Three lanes east, Two lanes coming back. Westbound. Follow the overhead lane control signals that there was a wreck on the Beltway. Prince George's County outer loop appear to John Hanson Highway, not causing any kind of a delay. It is safely off to the shoulder. So now you'll find the Beltway through Maryland, Virginia without any kind of a slowdown. There's been an earth The issue with the reported works on North Baltimore Washington Parkway before Powder Mill Road. There's no delay there. Now that maybe it was a very quick moving crew or at this point just later volume unclear if there along the left or right side of the roadway. There's work on Georgia Avenue North Bend after Ross more Boulevard in Aspen Hill Black in the right lane. Also right Lane closed Southtown Branch Avenue Suitland Parkway, another work zone now unclear if we're still diverting New York Avenue inbound near six Street in northwest around the convention center Traffic was being taken off of New York Avenue around police direction. So in case it's still there. Follow that lead. We've got delays both sides of D. C to 95 northbound headed up toward Pennsylvania Avenue South bound rolling south toward East Capitol Street You'll find in Virginia DeLay 95 going south, leaving Lord and headed toward the Occoquan. The mobile cruise slowly rolling 3 95 Dortmund after Duke Along the left side of the roadway. They work on the 14th Street Bridge is sitting in the right lane about mid span. 28 Centerville north beyond before Compton roadworks on in the right lane, 66 West at near the Fairfax County Parkway. Earlier, Vidal had reported a broken down vehicle in the far right lane. So do be careful right now Beltway quiet between Alexandria and McLean. We had some earlier heavy traffic around Shane Bridge and Glebe Road. Just be careful if crews are doing any work in the area. Tropical Smoothie Cafe and the Nationals have partnered to bring you the Nats Berry crush Smoothie available to participating DMV locations. Tropical Smoothie Cafe official smoothie of the Washington Nationals. Jack Taylor w T o p traffic. Now the W T o p forecast as we head into the weekend from Mike Stanford. We're enjoying a beautiful fall like they across the region, and the nice weather will continue this afternoon with deep blue.

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"40,000" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on KCRW

"Bi mind cast used by over 40,000 organizations to help keep them safe from fishing, business email compromise and ran somewhere. Learn more at mime cast two dot com As we reflect on the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks this weekend. A key focuses on New York's downtown or the Pentagon in Northern Virginia, and thousands are expected in the farmland of Pennsylvania this weekend. We're on 9 11 United flight, 93 came down. The site of the crash about an hour and a half outside Pittsburgh is now a national memorial marketplaces. Nova Sappho is in western Pennsylvania this week and reports today from Shanksville on the wider effects of the memorial on the town and the region. Flight 93 crashed in a field in Shanksville population a little over 200 Jason Snyder was a member of Shanksville Volunteer Fire Department at the time, just knew there was a big hole in the ground and Smoke coming out. I met Snyder outside the convenience store he owns in Shanksville, one of only a couple of businesses on the handful of streets that make up the town's core, Snyder says every year around this time You just get an influx of people in the whole week or two weeks before you know people coming down. That influx has not necessarily meant new business, though Snyder says his store serves mostly locals and sometimes a few curious tourists. That's not the case 10 Miles away in Somerset, the closest big town population 6000. Did you want a quarter pounder, half pound burger. At the Pine Grill restaurant there. Dylan's air forces taking phone orders, he says. The flight 93 memorial brings in a lot of.

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"40,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Heat advisory in the mountains until Friday night. It's going to be about 79 on the coast, so pretty toasty 87 in London, 86 in the mountains 109 in the desert right now in downtown San Diego. We're looking at 72 degrees Cocoa in two years time. 5 12 Pretrial hearings resume this week for the man called the mastermind of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Jackie Banias reports for the first time in over a year. Pretrial hearings will Resume in Guantanamo Bay for the 9 11 mastermind and four others accused of conspiring in the attacks after delays due to the pandemic, prosecutors say Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, also known by his initials chaos, and boasted about planning the attacks, KSM and the other terror suspects face the death penalty on charges of murder and terrorism and the war crimes tribunal. The hearings are expected to be procedural. The defendants are unlikely to speak. Lawyers for both sides will question the new military judge for possible bias. Meanwhile, The rest of the week will mostly involved meetings with the military prosecutors and defense teams. KSM is one of 39 prisoners imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay. Cleanup efforts continue in the South and the North East after Ida Robert Ray has more 17 people have lost their lives across three states in the south, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Five of those people were from a nursing home that was evacuated just prior to the storm coming. In fact, hundreds of people elderly moved to this warehouse that conditions were Absolutely awful. According to the Louisiana Department of Health, the mayor of New Orleans made statements on the situation when you leave nothing but a sign that says Call 311. I have a problem with that. In the meantime, in the Northeast, President Biden will visit that area and tour and look at the damage. He will likely call for federal spending to fortify infrastructure to battle these incredibly powerful storms. More than 40,000 homes are still without power in Louisiana alone. South Lake Tahoe residents can return home after mandatory evacuation orders due to the Caldera fire in Northern California were downgraded Sunday. That's music to the ears of Mayor Tamara Wallace. I'm so thankful that this ordeal is getting close to being over getting people back in our homes back in more secure Sense of place is so important. According to Caliph IRB, better weather conditions over the last several days help firefighters gain progress on the fire kept it from spreading to the city Residents can begin returning home immediately homeless advocate here in Southern California says he was attacked by a homeless man while documenting living conditions on the streets of Venice. Tony Echeverria told Fox 11. He was live streaming on the Venice boardwalk when a homeless woman told him to stop stealing her information at Varia told the TV station. He was then attacked by the woman's boyfriend and had to mace him to get away. He said he didn't press charges against the man because he figured the guy had enough trouble. Coronavirus is now infected more than 40 million Americans through the Labor Day weekend. The U. S recorded a total of 40 million covid 19 cases since the outbreak began early last year. John Hopkins University data shows the U. S has reported about a dozen cases for every 100 Americans daily coronavirus infections are more than four times higher than on Labor Day last year. And daily deaths are almost twice as high as in 2020, local health care provider in a theme park team up to get people vaccinated. Seaworld hosting a vaccination site today, in partnership with sharp healthcare staff.

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"40,000" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"With that. It doesn't bother me no doorstop after two years. Yeah it's like something else comes out and the same this stuff you know. I got two million bucks distinct studio you know and all the wires and the electronics in the spaceship. It looks like you're in there running nassar or something and you know it's probably got a five year shelf life. Wow and so you just gotta look at that and go okay. Stink and stuff is going to deteriorate that electrons don't deteriorate but the the stuff that they plug into on the other end becomes obsolete might make a suggestion. Dave see if you like it. I'm opening myself up here. Okay all right so we're talking cash. We gave this man advice. It's gotta be cash. Maybe he gets a Maybe he gets a car that runs but it's an older car. Classic car in the value doesn't go down. He's on the road monday through friday and when he's driving around on the weekends it's i'm just saying they in his kharman ghia maybe like yours. Yeah yeah that cars going up in value each year. It's not bad runs not bad. I'm just saying my my nineteen sixty corvettes actually going to go up in value. But there's very few things that go up in value that motors on wheels. Yeah very few things. And i don't go out much. No it's not like you're gonna mail this is like real estate and it's not you know. Neither one of those cars have the creature comforts of modern vehicle. There is no but it's not a horrible ideas. What i'm asked not a bad. I don't mind up saying hey if you take a little cool around ice. The weekends found a tool around in a weekend right. Yeah but it's not your daily. I know that's not a bad idea but again you don't wanna spend a hundred grand on that. Oh no you can't have a lemon assists you've got to be smart about this purchase. Yeah in terms of the purchase. Price doesn't have to be that it's no no no. It's a driver. It's not a museum piece so it's a it's interesting world but yeah the the thing is you're going to lose the money on it. Yeah so alex in austin texas. Hey alex welcome to. The ramsey pushed the wrong button tonight. Alex is in austin texas. Hey alex how are you are the one that messed up. Now that would be me. You would think. After thirty years radio. I could push the right freaking button. What's up okay. So i am twenty five. I have eighteen point seven thousand left in student loan and recently took a new job while in in may and my previous company had a bunch of our issues and stock. Did i had. And that's about sixteen thousand I've read you know numerous thing. Don't know they'd been trimmed elsewhere. That were kind of advising against selling stocks. Payoff in tax implications. And all that kinda. Just love your take on that because i could see Sixteen thousand dollars in probably two more paychecks. That that's gone. So yeah well. You did not read for ramsey ramsey. The anything that we wrote this don't sell stock to pay off debt because we always say sell stocks debt so quite the opposite in our restricted stock unit is still restricted. No mine now. So you're fully vested and you can turn them off in only sixteen thousand dollars worth and it makes you almost debt free. But i do that by like in the next two hours immediately. Don't hesitate do it be done with it. Because here's the thing. Let's pretend you had no debt. Would you go borrow on a student loan to buy restricted stock units of course not effectively. That's what your balance sheet says. You understand what i'm saying. Yeah so if you kept them. It's as if you bought them again using student loan money to do it because you should have sold them and pay off your student loans. So all those other articles you read were wrong. Yeah it's right. By the way restricted stock units folks are in initial public offerings. This is a brand new startup company. And which makes this particular company by definition volatile. Yeah and so you what you do is you get out while the getting is good because everything doesn't turn into apple and facebook. I'm just saying three words. Cash out baby. You're debt free with another couple checks. That's that's fun. And he areas another in mid twenty s and so that turns out the stock benefit was a blessing.

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"40,000" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Sure how can i help traveled through the mid west selling building materials and four states missouri. Kansas i wouldn't nebraska. I got my own vehicle and the company gives me a vehicle reimbursement program as you can imagine dr about A lotta miles about forty thousand a year and certainly have racked up the miles on my personal. My question is should. I buy a second vehicle exclusive to work travel only and separate the two since they do. Give me so much money a month. Well the the misnomer is that the money that you get for vehicle reimbursement all has to be spent necessarily on vehicles. That's not true. It's just part of your income and then you just have this unusually large expense associated with your job which is gas maintenance and replacement of vehicle. Use destroy the value of every two years and so correct. Yeah you've got a budget for that if you want to get a. It's not a bad idea to get a second car. But the reasoning for that is not that they give you so much money because they really don't give you so much money after we factor in the loss in value on whatever you're driving because whatever you drive you destroy value was and so yeah what always tell road. Warriors is that it's a business expense in the goal with business expenses to do the minimum expense thereby maximizing profits. And so the less we spend on car the more money you have and how do we. How do we minimize the damage done to your finances with you being on the road all the time and so my formula is you buy the least vehicle offensive vehicle that will get the job done in quotes now may describe you what i think. Get the job done is in this situation. If i spend forty thousand miles a year in a car. it's going to have. It's gonna be a decent car that rides well. I'm not doing that in a you know a frequent dodge neon okay. 'cause you'll be in the chiropractor You gotta have something. That's a decent decent ride. 'cause you're in the car all the time okay. So that's part of the job done. The second part is obviously be reliable. But you don't take a sixty dollar vehicle and go destroy it. You take a twenty thousand dollars or fifteen thousand dollar vehicle and go destroy it and then you figure out what you know what that does and and every two years or every three years however you want to do it. One hundred twenty thousand miles eighty thousand miles. You gotta roll over and do it again. But you've lost every bit of the value during the time you drove it. And that's just that's just part of your reality and that's okay. It's like he's like you own a heating air company and got four trucks on the in your fleet going calling on houses. It's part of your cost of doing business so but you wanna limit that you don't go by a one hundred and fifty thousand dollars service truck if you're in the heat and air business if you're smart anyway and so that's how i would do it and now okay. So now we got a twelve thousand fifteen thousand dollar whatever okay you call it whatever you wanna call it. I don't care that's got reasonable gas. Mileage it's reasonable comfort and is reliable. Now do we spend more money on something that sits in the driveway most the time. That is my quote real car unquote. That i don't plan on destroying and if you wanna do that either way you're gonna pay cash for both and both of them are gonna go down in value but obviously the one on the roads. Go down the most and the fastest. And that's how. I look at being a road warrior in that anything. We've got around here. We do the same thing with your amateur housing. The expense Another example in our world is we buy a lot of money on computers around here. A thousand people and they've all got a computer and you know what that computers worth in two years. Not then doboy davis.

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"40,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"40,000 people? What we do in building what is essentially a small city. We start six months in advance. And it takes a while. John Baden Ham with the USDA, saying the 13 thousands of combination of 10,000 fans and 3000 people working making for a great up close experience for those on site at Torrey Pines, Jack running and we'll be talking to Jack in just a few minutes at 7 10 out at Torrey Pines. Well, it's not as hot today, but the entire state is still under a flex alerts between five and 10 P.m.. We're asking people to set their thermostats to 78 degrees or higher if their health permits. To avoid using major appliances and to turn off all unnecessary life. California Independent System operator President Eliot Mainzer says If people can serve and the demand on the power grid has eased, we can avoid any potential outages. California is open for business, and we should find out soon if you need to wear that mask at work. But there's concern about another highly transmissible variant. The Delta virus, which originated in India is now identified in 37 states here in the U. S. And it's threatening to unravel Reopenings in several states. Reports show states with lower Vaccination rates are most at risk, and some of those states are seeing nearly 20% spike in covid cases during the past two weeks yourself and I'm vaccinated. Clearly vulnerable because this is basically covid 19 on steroids. Andy Slavitt is a health care advisor who served in the Trump and Biden administrations, he says officials are also tracking a so called Delta plus variant, which has an additional mutation fill Farrar, Cocoa News. More rent relief could soon be on its way to help struggling Californians. Speaking in Valencia Governor Newsome explain how the proposal would expand on a rent relief package he signed earlier this year. The proposal is.

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"40,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On Father's Day Sunday, even warmer upper eighties for a high temperature 70 and nothing but sunshine and comfortable air here in Boston. This Thursday morning at 9 35 driving while high, not a good idea. There's more evidence highlighting the dangers when marijuana is combined with alcohol number of crashes increasing about 4% after a state legalizes marijuana, But institute president David Harkey didn't find a corresponding increase in emergency room visits. Until you add in alcohol. The legalization of marijuana has led to an increase and impairment involving alcohol and marijuana combined Arche, saying What's needed is more enforcement and better education about the risks of all impaired driving. Geoff Gilbert CBS NEWS Detroit Two hands on That wheel Mass dot says since the hands free driving law went into effect in Massachusetts of Latin February of last year. More than 40,000 warnings have been issued to drivers. The agency hopes more people get the message to keep the eyes on the road, the hands on the wheel just as the summer driving season kicks in. It's 9 36, and this portion of the news is brought to us by window world of Boston After a high schools, music and theater department is flooded out. A couple of nonprofits are rushing to the rescue. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe explain Bernie Bach Junior's music drives. US nonprofit is stepping in to help the music department at Lowell High after Water pipe burst flooding the music wing in the basement couldn't believe the guitars floating sheet music looked like three ft. Deep Bucks says he plans on replacing the instruments and sheet music lost in the flood, Hollywood Salvage and Westboro, which sells and rents out movie and TV props is also donating items to help local highest theater department, which lost a lot of its wardrobe and sets. We were happy to step in and help them with anything. We could regard the costumes and he set pieces lumber to help them get their theater. Look back up on their feet. Put this bad news behind Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio. A bipartisan Senate plan to reach a compromise on President Biden's $2 Trillion infrastructure bill gained steam. The so called gang of 10 doubles, the number of people backing it now 1/5 of the entire Senate supports a trillion dollar alternative. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has already begun the process to go it alone the Democrats through the reconciliation process. It is 9 38 and Wall Street is open for business and wouldn't you know we're headed higher? We check in with Bloomberg business Now. Here's Tom Busby. Yeah, not too high, but it is higher a lot better than we expected on Wall Street. That's on hopes that that disappointing jobless claims number from last week with 412,000 filings. May prompt the Federal Reserve to continue its stimulus measures maybe even hold off on hiking interest rates for a little longer right now, the Dow up 38 points, the NASDAQ ahead 18, the S and P 500. There is one huge decliner, though it's the drugmaker Cure. Vac shares down 47% right now late stage trial of its Covid 19 vaccine candidate just 47% effective. Meantime, the life sciences company Danaher going all in on vaccines. It's buying Al Devran, the maker of proteins and messenger RNA, just like Moderna and Pfizer. Make Paying 9.6 billion in cash for that company. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Get ready. Murder Hornets are a thing again. Details next. It's 9 38. There are all kinds of voice controlled gadgets in your house. Tell one of them to play WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart radio and see what happens. Have you been putting off life insurance for a while? With the long application.

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"40,000" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I'm going to bring it to the darkness falls across the land of the midnight hour is close at hand. No creatures crawling incest of blood paradise, your neighborhood and whose, however shall we found without the cells are getting down. Stand and face happens. Hell Inside a corpse. Shall I'm gonna die, okay? I realize the foulness enters in the air the funk of 40,000 years, Hank greatly goals from every tomb. Closing to see you. Your due for and though you fucked to stay alive, Nobody stops to your ship. Or no emotional cameras of the foreign Yeah,.

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"40,000" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Okay, So we have money we had. We're gonna have a contrarian viewpoint. We're gonna build a strategy for retirement. The question becomes well. How far can you stretch your money in retirement with USA today dot com this week suggested that for every million dollars saved in that nest egg You should expect around 40,000 year in income. Matter fact in the article, the author said, Well, that's not too bad. That's pretty good. And I'm thinking Are you crazy? $40,000 a year of income for a millionaire. Man. That is not an enticement to save. I mean, imagine it for a moment. Imagine that we go over to the University of Maryland, the graduation ceremony and we're giving the speech. And I say to the new graduates. Congratulations. I encourage you to say if I'm a retirement planner, so I'm gonna encourage you to save And if you are fortunate enough To build up and have a million dollars by retirement. Good news. You have 40,000 year retirement income. And after taxes, you'd be lucky to have two or 3000 month in pocket. What they would not celebrate me. There is no way on planet Earth that would be celebrated and I'm in fact, most of the kids would probably say, Well, screw it. I'm not going to save anything and just live life to the highest because it's not worth it. And I read that a million dollars for 40,000 retirement income. You know, they didn't include in that article. They didn't include well If the million is being used to provide 40,000 year of income following the 4% rule. Then where we getting money to buy the next car? To pay for our kids weddings to help the grain kids to go on vacation to participate in our hobbies. How is that going to go down? So and nothing in the article suggested. It just said, Well, you're gonna have 40,000 of income. We have to do better than that. We have to do better, and I wonder, and I get it. The burden is so high. When you get to retirement, like, imagine how good it would feel to have a million dollars a retirement. Until you actually retire. Right, like, five years before retirement, like, Wow, this man, I got a million dollars. I'm doing good. You know, I got some equity in my house. I'm feeling good and I'm safe And I'm feeling good. And then you retired. You like Right? Because that million Gets smaller. Right when that million is on the sidelines. You're not living off of that. You're getting income coming in from employment. You're paying all your bills. You're living your life. You're not touching the million. The million is like an accessory. It's like really good hearings. You're not even using it. So, of course, it feels good. You have a million dollars on top of what you're using. But once you retire That million dollars is no longer accessory. It's the whole darn outfit. And you're like, Oh, boy. This thing better not shrink. This is all I got. Right and then everything that you have to accomplish from the moment you retire to your forever and your spouses forever, which is not defined. 20 years. 25 years, 30 years 35 years and everything that the next three decades will bring is unknown. And that million dollars gets really small because not only does it have to pay the bills not only does have to replace the car's not only does it have to handle every health emergency that's going to happen. It has to handle every single thing in life, some of which we couldn't even create in our minds right now that money gets really small. It's really small once the security blanket Of income from our jobs goes away. The money gets small. And I see it every day. I see it every day. And I see it in the perspective clients that I mean, who explained to me how they're going to become minimalist for the first time in retirement. Don't become minimalist. Oh, yeah. You know, we only need one car and we're gonna drive this car for 30 years. You know, we really way don't really like to go on vacation. You know we don't You know, if we go on vacation, then we can just, you know, go to Pennsylvania or, you know, go to North Carolina, You know, once a decade Or, you know, we don't really need to buy any more closed for the rest of our lives. We like our clothes and no one's going to see us since we're not going to work, so we don't need any more clothes. Had somebody actually give me their retirement budget didn't have food in it. I mean, that's really minimalist. And I wonder if we can do better like is this the goal? Like? Imagine if I could go to the University of Maryland at the graduation ceremony, and I could give the speech and I say Here's what I want.

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"40,000" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on 710 WOR

"His sinister in the sense before his it could be used to Munich to pick the market. And it entices young kids in to thinking that it's just a video game and Like some other sinister people can use that to Basically manipulate market trends. No, I've thought about that when I've also thought about that with newsletters. You know those Internet news letters you get. They'll tell you, they sound like this conservative, well meaning person. Oh, you want to avoid, you know you'll you'll start seeing them already. You know, Biden's America where we will give you these three hot stock tips that will perform well. In the Biden economy, and you know, or And what they'll do is entice you to violate every Commonsensical financial planning. Here's the It doesn't mean you don't make money when you follow the herd. It just means that eventually you'll be run over. It's like the game. Frogger, you know. Do you know you're you may get smashed. Doesn't mean you won't do that. Oh, you know, my my uncle was wrong, You know, Bitcoins 40,000. Yes, Bitcoin seems to be an unstoppable trend. Allah, Amazon, But what if the government takes it over? What if the vent outlaws Bitcoin as money manipulation by insurrectionists? We're already hearing that word. So how are they? You know what If they say, Well, we have to stop the money laundering from Bitcoin and we're going to take over Bitcoin now is the government and then we'll lose all its appeal and will become worthless. So you have to realize that Bitcoin is not risk less. You say? Oh, it didn't happen. Well, FDR in the thirties. Good old FDR. You know FDR, Ernesto Have you ever heard his old speeches? No, they were glorious. He invoked. Divine power. He prayed. I mean, Whenever I've heard, I've not listened to all of his fireside chats, but I would listen to the Thanksgiving ones, and they were They were really quite hopeful and all inspiring. So if you think about it He banned gold isn't about that. And for all intensive purposes, he said, If you do gold certificate and you didn't turn your golden There were these horrible consequences. What about Bitcoin? Don't think that's gonna happen. Don't think the government will want to track their own ledger. I don't know. Just may. What? Um The idea is gold or Bitcoin is free money. But Is it really? So that's why diversification is important, You know, have a little bit coin. Have a little gold have stocks. I mean, I get very literally see where we have hyperinflation where your dollars are worth less. But stocks are 38,000. You know, people just getting insane with the stock word. I haven't seen this since the late nineties. I've been You'll never have a melt down until you have a melt up. I'm starting to see the melt up. People are just starting toe. Well, I missed the boat. I'm gonna buy this. You might have a year to left of the melt up by the way, but do not play the game of financial Frogger. Use. A sound financial strategy. Even the most were we had. Josh was a Joshua Brown downtown Joshua Brown on from the reform broker last week. He said he didn't analysis of all these stockbrokers, and he found that the majority of them A lot of money cash. Is that funny? Um Would largely states because they're hypocrites. No, but he actually made a good point that Their livelihood is contingent on fee revenue off of stock assets. So they have to keep a wide moat. In case the market goes out. I made sense, actually never thought of that. Exactly that way before. So, folks give us a call. 800 32107 10. Okay, we have Joe who wants to defund the Trump tax bill. Uh, Joe, Go ahead. You're on with Josh Kolinsky, the financial quarterback. Hi, Josh. How are you today? Great. I don't want to defund the trump tax cuts. I want to highlight their benefit. I have been a radio fan of yours since you started in the beginning, Big, big radio fan. And in fact, I'm also a client of yours. Um, I wanted to so much and professionally I want Thank you. Thank you. Welcome. I want to respectfully and financially professionally whatever you want to call it off for a rebuttal to the fact that you said that they're really not that big. The best majority of your radio ship. Probably makes less than $100,000 a year. I make 80. The trump tax cuts got me $300, or even more a month in my pocket, he doubled the standard deduction. And They were a success. I don't understand this narrative of It wasn't that big The best majority? Well, here's why Here's where you get the narrative. Get successful small businesses like mine. I did not get a single real benefit. I love the 20% small business tax cut right off. I think that was a great benefit. But if you were an accountant An attorney. Financial advisor. Or some other things. You couldn't get the 20% the best. I loved the trump tax cuts for their new thinking of the 20%. Um small business tax cut. I did not like the fact that they went from a 39.6 marginal rate to 37%. Now it may have been great for people making under 100 grand. I actually think The average person making under 100 Grand State between $1,202,000. So you're probably right there. I'm the reason why you heard that narrative. Is the people who are in media, so their taxes go up. I could not deduct. My property taxes that I pay. I pay $18,000 here in property taxes. That was cap I paid $50,000. You're in property taxes on my building for my company. I mean, there's a lot of taxes that I paid for that I used to get a write off for under the Obama code that I didn't get under the track Trump Tax code Now it was sort of a wash. There was a significant benefit because of the 20% small business tax write off. I thought that was a rogue. I've said that over and over again. I thought the best part about the trump tax code. You may have list not listen to all my Shows where I analyzed the trump tax cuts. Extensively when they came out, and I had said for those Particularly seniors who have a paid off house who can't write off their mortgage interest deduction. It was a win. For people in lower incomes. It's a win. But you on Lee will get a stimulative effect from tax cuts when those who are wealthy get the tax breaks because they will hire people. And I did not see a major benefit enough for my bottom line to hire extra people. That's where I'm my critique on that. So thank you So much for the call. I can hold you on to the next break. If you want to chime in more, Joe, we're gonna take a break. We'll be back after these messages. This is Josh Zelinski,.

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"40,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"40,000" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"8th 2000 and six. Here's 10 delivery, and that one is drilled and a deep right center field And this game is then he catch it. He caught it. Ryan Real made the catch on a diving grab the wall. Running track. What a play by Ryan Freel, who came absolutely out of nowhere. That ball looked like it was gonna be an extra base hit in the alley. He raced deep into the Power alley and on the warning track, he don't for the ball and made the catch. What a defensive play by quite a baseball player, Ryan Freel. How about that number six on the list that happened. Let you hear the crowd reaction in that game, and that was against the Cardinals. That was off the bat of our pool holes, So the place was packed a lot of curdled fans. But they're the cheers the standing ovation for that catch 40,000 and 94 on hand that day as the Reds went on to beat the Cardinals. 10 to 3 and you talk about stretching out. Give it up your body on the warning track. Holy cow! All right. When we come back, I'll give you some more from the list. Mark Sheldon's MLB dot com reds dot com list of the top 10 reds moments of Great American ballpark. You'll hear Marty's calls as we continue and somewhere your calls as well. But let's check news of the bottom of the hour. You're listening to you Create sports talk presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. I'm Lance McAllister. A 30 on 700 wlw news, traffic and weather news radio 700 w L jealousy in Cincinnati. Encouraging vaccinations while ramping them up with the 8 30 report. I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now. Vice president receiving her second Corona virus vaccine shot today while urging all Americans to get theirs. When the time comes, he knows many Americans are reluctant to get the covert 19 shot. I've had the vaccine. And it really was painless, relatively painless. Vice President Harrison other national leaders getting their shots in public, hoping millions follow their lead the Biden administration ordering several 100 million more doses so most of the nation gets vaccinated by the end of the summer, and he failed at ABC News Washington. Exact number will be 200 million doses, however, President Pine and reminding Americans want to do before they get vaccinated, he said. The best defense against the virus is to wear a mask He called the Nash they called the nationwide Vaccination program a difficulty operational.

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"40,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"40,000" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Their money, So they basically tell their advisors Don't you dare illustrate payout of any more than 4%. Unless that retirees science a hold harmless that they won't sue us for outliving their money. And so that's called the 4% rule, which, if you can't tell it's pretty pathetic because if you have a million dollar nest egg in your only generating 40,000 year of income, and your only netting 30,000 after tax 20,000 after taxes and fees that is a measly 2%. That is ridiculous. I can show you how to get an 8% pay out. But even if you only got a 6% pay out how much better is 6% tax free than 2% after taxes and fees. How much more six than two. Don't say four. It's it's 300% more on a million dollar nest egg 60,000 is three times as much money as 20,000. But do you know that many laser funds my favorite vehicle I call the laser fund. And many times retirees for decades have experienced payouts of 8% up to 10%. 8% would be 80 grand a year of tax free income. Many people have experienced 10% pay us. That's 100 Grand. How much more is 100 grand than 20? Grand folks? It's 500% more. Would you like to have Ah, five times at the retirement income. This is extremely critical. To understand. See, Wall Street will be the first to admit If you ask, when is the best time to sell and take money out of the market, and they will say never Never. Wall Street was not built to create predictable cash flow or income streams. They tell you to leave it there forever toe have it grow. That's why I usually tell people at least five years before you plan on retiring. You need to do an assessment because too many people that I've met Way too top heavy with money and yet to be taxed Iris and for one case invested in the market, and so it would be who've you to do a strategic rollout. I've helped so many people. Who came to me and they said, Well, we've done really well. No, they were savers. And so they may have two or three million bucks accumulated in their I a reason for one case and they go. You know what we calculate we should be able to enjoy about $200,000 a year of retirement income. And I look at it like, Oh, that's pretty good, except there's one problem. What's that, Mr Andrew and I go. It's all showing up on the front page of your 10 40 tax return they go. What You mean there's another way and I go. Yeah, well, they say, Well, where have you been? I said I've been here all along. You had your blinders on following the herd, putting your money in tax deferred diaries of for one case. And so I have to. Then show them a strategy to strategically get the money out. Now I've done this many, many times. The particular couple I'm thinking about here. After five years we were able to get 120,000 of that 200,000 offer their tax return. We actually increase their income to 240,000 because we increase the rate of return. But on the 200,000, they still have that income. But now they only have to pay tax on 80,000 of the 200,000 the other 120,000. The Iris knows they're getting that, but they know it's tax free. It's been that way for over Ah, 107 years. Is a sacred cow in the internal revenue code. Okay, This isn't some tax loophole, folks. We conduce this perhaps for you, but you need to get educated and see if any of these strategies may be applicable in your particular set of circumstances. I don't want you kicking yourself because you have this tax trap. You any deliberate yourself from having too much money and I reserve for one case I would recommend That no more than 30% tops of your retirement nest egg should be and yet to be taxed, I arreaza for one case in the market. At retirement. See at retirement Planning is something totally different than maybe what you did for retirement planning. I would recommend that 40 to 60% of your retirement. Cash. Lower income be totally tax free. Where it's not deemed earned passive her portfolio income. Why? Because those are the only three types of income Americans pay income tax on on their 10 40 tax return. If you have income, That's not one of those three types of income. There's nowhere on a tax return to put it, you know, hiding anything. It's just it's tax free. It's that cut and dry. I wish I had more time to explain this, but stay with me to my future segments here. But if you need to go join us for a very powerful free educational webinar. We're teaching this coming Wednesday. Now it's a free Web in art we're going to teach for about 90 minutes. You're gonna feel like you're drinking out of a fire hose and put on your seat belt. You're going to get all kinds of epiphanies are husband and insights. But after we teach for 90 minutes, we're going to follow that up with about 30 Minutes of life. Q. And a. We're going to start at 12 o'clock noon. That is Pacific time..

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"40,000" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:02 min | 2 years ago

"40,000" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It. Jack Bogle. Founder. Vanguard Decried the use of E T. F C. Cause he thought it was kind of leading to A, uh You know a day traders Paradise. And that's what you're seeing with Robin Hood and these other apse where they're causing average people. Your favorite, You know, Taxi driver. To think there They are. Special because they got rich in Bitcoin or Tesler. Folks. That's how the markets and badly sure that rob that Robin Hood Act. His sinister in a sense because it could be used to mean if it hit the market. And it entices young kids in to thinking that it's just a video game and Like some other sinister people can use that to Basically manipulate market trends. No. I've thought about that when I've also thought about that with newsletters. You know those Internet newsletters. You get that they'll tell you. They sound like this conservative. Well meaning person. Oh, you want to avoid, you know you'll you'll start seeing them already. You know, Biden's America where we will give you these three hot stock tips that will perform well. In the Biden economy and you know or and what they'll do is entice you to violate every Commonsensical financial planning. Here's thing. It doesn't mean you don't make money when you follow the herd. It just means that eventually you'll be run over. It's like the game. Frogger, you know, you know you're you may get smashed. Doesn't mean you won't there that Oh, you know, my my uncle was wrong, You know, Bitcoins 40,000. Yes, Bitcoin seems to be an unstoppable trend. Allah, Amazon, But what if the government takes it over? What if the vent outlaws Bitcoin as money manipulation by insurrectionists? We're already hearing that word. So how are they? You know what If they say, Well, we have to stop the money laundering from Bitcoin and we're going to take over Bitcoin now is the government and then we'll lose all its appeal and will become worthless. So you have to realize that Bitcoin is not risk less. You say? Oh, it didn't happen. Well, FDR in the thirties. Good old FDR. You know FDR, Ernesto Have you ever heard his old speeches? No, they were glorious. He invoked. Divine power. He prayed. I mean, Whenever I've heard, I've not listened to all of his fireside chats, but I would listen to the Thanksgiving ones, and they were They were really quite hopeful and all inspiring. So if you think about it He banned gold isn't about that. And for all intensive purposes, he said, If you're a gold certificate, and you didn't turn your golden There were these horrible consequences. What about Bitcoin? I don't think that's gonna happen. Don't think the government will want to track their own ledger. I don't know. Just may. What? Um The idea is gold were Bitcoin is free money. But Is it really? So that's why diversification is important, You know, have a little bit corn have a little gold have stocks. I mean, I get very literally see where we have hyperinflation where your dollars are worth less. But stocks are 38,000. You know, people are just getting insane with the stock word. I haven't seen this since the late nineties. I've been You'll never have a melt down until you have a melt up. I'm starting to see the melt up. People are just starting toe. Well, I missed the boat. I'm gonna buy this. You might have a year to left of the melt up by the way, but do not play the game of financial Frogger. Use. A sound financial strategy. Even the most we had we had. Josh was a Joshua Brown downtown Joshua Brown on from the reform broker last week. He said he didn't analysis of all these stockbrokers, and he found that the majority of them A lot of money cash. Is that funny? Um Would largely states because they're hypocrites. No, but he actually made a good point that Their livelihood is contingent on fee revenue off of stock assets. So they have to keep a wide moat. In case the market goes out. That made sense. I never thought of that. Exactly that way before. So, folks give us a call. Okay? We have Joe who wants to defund the Trump tax bill. Uh, Joe, Go ahead. You're on with Josh Kolinsky, the financial quarterback. Hi, Josh. How are you today? Great. I don't want to d from the trump tax cuts. I want to highlight their benefit. I've been a radio fan of yours since you started in the beginning, Big, big radio fan. And in fact, I'm also a client of yours. Um, I wanted to so much professionally I want. Thank you. Thank you. You're welcome. Um, I want to respectfully and financially professionally, whatever you want to call it off for a rebuttal to the fact that you said that they're really not that big. The best majority of your radio ship. Probably makes less than $100,000 a year. I make 80. The trump tax cuts got me $300, or even more a month in my pocket, he doubled the standard deduction. And They were a success. I don't understand this narrative of It wasn't that big The vest majority? Well, here's why Here's where you get the narrative. Get successful small businesses like mine. I did not get a single real benefit. I love the 20% small business tax cut right off. I think that was a great benefit. But if you were an accountant And a turning Financial advisor. Or some other things. You couldn't get the 20%. The best. I loved the trump tax cuts for their new thinking of the 20%. Um small business tax cut. I did not like the fact that they went from a 39.6 marginal rate to 37%. Now it may have been great for people making under 100 grand. I actually think The average person making under 100 Grand State between $1,202,000. So you're probably right there. I'm the reason why you heard that narrative. Is the people who are in media saw their taxes go up. I could not deduct. My property taxes that I pay. I pay $18,000 here in property taxes that was capped. I paid $50,000. You're in property taxes on my building for my company. I mean, there's a lot of taxes that I paid for that I used to get a write off for under the Obama code that I didn't get under the track Trump Tax code. Now it was sort of a wash, and there was a significant benefit because of the 20% small business tax write off. I thought that was Baroque. I've said that over and over again. I thought the best part about the trump tax code. You may have list not listen to all my Shows where I analyzed the trump tax cuts. Extensively when they came out. And I had said for those Particularly seniors who have a paid off house who can't write off their mortgage interest deduction. It was a win for people in lower incomes. It's a win. But you on Lee will get a stimulative effect from tax cuts when those who are wealthy get the tax breaks because they will hire people. And I did not see a major benefit enough for my bottom line to hire extra people. That's where I'm my critique on that. So thank you So much for the call. I can hold you on to the next break. If you want to try and more, Joe, we're gonna take a break. We'll be back after these messages..

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