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06:52 min | 1 year ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Prior. You can jump in at 51283605 90 joining us on the on line one here, it says no money on the top and don show. Good morning, Tony. Good morning, y'all. Mm. Yes, ma'am. So I apologize for the cryptic call last week that called in no, no, that's fine. And I apologize if it sounded like I cut you off, just I just didn't know what I just did, but I can take it. It's okay. Frustrating. It was frustrating call, and I totally understand it. Um, well, so now that everything everything is out, I can speak more freely, although I would be using people's names unless they choose to call in themselves. Gotcha. So my whole point to call in last week. Hang on a second. Let me catch everybody up. Some people are just now tuning in here at the bottom of the hour, and you spoke during a Leander school board meeting last week, and you've been speaking. At this school board meeting for What? Maybe almost two years now about these books? Well, actually, the woman that you're talking to is not the woman that you're talking about in the video got has been a huge contributor and has worked very hard and diligently along with a lot of other parents as well. She just happened to knock this one completely out of the park. And the concern is some of these books. That our kids are being you know, access to on public school grounds are really inappropriate for the age range there completely filthy and have no place at all in the cloud and in any classroom in a, um and in any Any high school or elementary setting it all it was about. It's about six months ago that the Leander is D board said that they removed those books are some of those books but they did, but they didn't Some have been removed. Um, an example. Some have gone through the process and been approved. One example is earlier in that in that meeting, you would have heard somebody reading from a book called What we saw, which is a book be telling gang rape. That book made it through the process. On the shelf. Wow. Yeah, There's a Houston We have a problem here with the process is well, what is happening here? Get right to the crux. This what is going on in the Leander? I s d. Well, in my opinion, I think the bigger issue is being overlooked. And I think the bigger issue is parental rights and also keeping the parents informed. And we're seeing this across the board and I know I know the hot topics right now, our masks and I know the hot topics right now our books But when the crux of it is what All of this is being overshadowed by them hiding information and that was discussed at the meeting last at last Thursday's meeting. If you if people are interested if you go to the one 32nd 1 36 mark on YouTube. There's three speakers back to back that has one speech that addresses a training and the training isn't really important. What is being said in the training is important. And that is, um the teachers are being trained that it's okay to withhold information from The parents. The example that is used has to do with asking kids their pronouns like that's the example that she is because that's what that video that video specifically about, But when you have the overall idea that You don't have to share that information. If the child isn't comfortable sharing with the parents, and it's you need to withhold that, so that you were the safe space. When you have teachers, telling that to students, they're teaching students to be divisive to their parents. Right. That's and let's that can be applied to books that can be applied to pronounce that could be applied to anything. It's being applied as part of this critical race theory as well. Absolutely. So. It's more of a frame of mind where the district is. And to me. That's the bigger story. Um, I love that these people are getting up and saying, like talking about the ABCs of Equality book And the lawn boy and, um, what we saw those things are such good examples of what the bigger problem is, and I find it interesting. K x A N was there They were there and will not watch the broadcast. None of this was brought up. None of it. It was all about the masks. So again, it's a shell game. Look at the mask. Look at here. Look at here. Don't look over here. What's really happening behind the scenes? Yeah, This is bad, man. It's real bad, and I'm happy to share anything that I have with you guys. Do you do have our email rights? Uh, actually, yes. And I did that. We can talk off line about that with somebody else, but Yeah, Okay. All right. Listen, Tony, I appreciate you calling. We're going to stay on top of this, and, uh, Stay in contact with this. Will you keep us up to date? And there was there was people last year. I called him. I said last year left school year in the spring with Marie, If you remember Marie calling in, and, um um and I called him before as well. But there's been so many people that are behind this and we're not. We're all just kind of groups of parents trying to stumble through this thing and figure out what's best for our kids. The little disorganized that I mean, what do you do, right? I got you. These things kind of sneak up on families in school districts Because moms and dads are busy. You know, they're going to work. And, you know, most people don't have time to go to a school board meeting and it's Yeah, I keep in contact with us 512. 83605 90. It's just I would love to hear Uh, Some kind of explanation as to why whoever Feels okay about this being on the shelves. I want to know what Where you coming from on this. Where do you see any marriage for for anything? I don't even know what other than somebody just getting their rocks off. I don't know why this book was even written. Why? Why does it even exist? Got a text message here from a leander SD teacher. She didn't want liver revealed her name or anything, but says I am a teacher. Not only are we not allowed to withhold information, especially when it comes to gender identity, we can actually get in trouble if we out. A kid in front of their parents, and they didn't want them to know. It's pretty interesting. 51283605 90 Todd and don show, you know Wendy Barbie from Stonewall, Texas. Right down the road is the absolute best beef I've ever had. I didn't really think there could ever.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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03:51 min | 1 year ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"That's the way to go. Yeah, There's no carb in the vodka. Well, of course, it's the it's It's. It's the kid friendly version for all those people that love to have a few drinks Great way to stay hydrated. But I got a little sunburn. If you haven't said anything about my tan and usually and I thought somebody would you're not glowing or anything. So I just just just said healthy glow on a Tuesday morning. Just got a little sunshine. That's all I look for the positives. Todd over here, Just so you know, like mechanic was beautiful this weekend. I'll bet got some almost got some crappy almost got a few bites. Just couldn't get them on the boat. You nibbles. Few nibbles here and there now. Well, it is 8 23. You could jump in at 51283605 90 now leading up to the anniversary of September. The 11th attacks which is this coming Saturday? As a matter of fact, a lot of people, you know, heightened security things like that. Uh, that's how we got the PSA people may not remember that. But that's that's the reason we got the T s A and and the sprawling bureaucracy that is now the Department of Homeland Security. No doubts. No doubt, Air travel has been very busy as long lines at some airports, incredibly long lines getting home. Now, yesterday and today for many for many for many folks, But I know I know, Uh, don don is running a little bit behind. He's going to be here Thursday. Instead of Wednesday, Lawrence of Arabia hung up in Athens, Greece. Well, that's a story the headline I know He's gonna have some good stories when he gets back on around the hallways here is known as Marco Polo. Of the the Que LBJ globetrotter. I mean, he's really starting to earn even more of a reputation than the one that he already had. Captain Morgan. You know things like that. Yeah. Yeah. Setting sail on the good ship Cutty Shark. Hey, August will be a record month for illegal border crossings here in Texas away, Tom by an administration said this was only going to be seasonal in the spring. No, no, no, no, no, no, That's it's normal. Okay? Yes, we have. We actually have the same kind of gates that they have. At at Disneyland at the border. Just those turnstiles just course Correction. Olly Olly oxen free Come one come all or, like the ones that Patrick was telling us about the game. Uh, Saturday at UT, where they don't even look right. They didn't look at your papers. That's true. I didn't. I thought that was pretty interesting. I thought that was going to be the requirement to show your vaccination card or a negative test. Maybe some temple. Are they doing temperature checks at all. Patrick? Yeah, for those who are overheated, so I would assume if the mayor's fear tactics are on par, they will have some incredible outbreak, right? It's going to be interesting to see of nationwide if we have just, you know, tremendous outbreaks of covid from these conceivably huge super spreader events, much people everywhere, not vaccinated things like that. I mean, virtually no masks. I mean, maybe you wanted to, But I mean, how many? I don't know how many football games we have, but we had probably some of the you know, all of our biggest stadiums in America were packed to the rafters. Yeah. 2030 If you said the high school stadiums right in addition to the college Friday nights, right, so I mean from Labor Day weekend 8 14 days from now. What are the numbers going to look like? Well, that's you know, the mayor is really concerned about a staffing shortage at the hospitals. You know, we got fewer and fewer nurses and concerned about capacity issues out there. So listen, you can jump in at 512. 83605 90 straight ahead. We'll also have some tech news coming up the Thailand don show I was talking about friend Anthony Marino. He is the owner and operator Repel a Boston. Truly a great guy got an incredible team and 50% off installation right now, when it comes to new Windows a new doors until 2023 50% off installation, you get all the details..

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06:54 min | 1 year ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"But there are fears here about the Taliban and concerns about the loss of us support in our country. Everybody every second every minute. We are in fear we live in fear. Living. Yeah, we live in fear before we had Experience of these people before dangerous Now they are more dangerous than before. This is something that happened suddenly in Afghanistan because of the withdrawal of the And U. S troops. In fact, we heard from a lot of people upset about the rapid withdrawal of US troops. President Biden defending that and also saying he's clear eyed about the Taliban. You trust the Taliban, Mr. President, you trust the Taliban, sir? Is that a serious questions? Absolutely. A serious question. You trust the Taliban. Chris's silly question. Do I trust the Taliban? No, but I trust the capacity of the Afghan military. The hitch with that two guys is the Afghan military hasn't been doing too well, either. They have been surrendering. They have been fleeing. They were trained by the U. S and other NATO forces. Bit of a messier right now. There you go. That's no deuce Mint Greg Palkot in Kabul this morning. Taliban wasted no time. It's almost like they're coming in directly behind. Uh, our our military as they leave. Sure. But Dang I mean, so what do we do? Do we just do we have a permanent presence there Do we just I mean, they have got to figure out How to be able to fight for their own country how to keep their own country say we cannot be responsible for another country until the end of time. We just can't. Yeah, absolutely. At the same time. This does make the whole world a little bit less stable when it comes to terrorism. Well, the U. S. Is making the correct move in withdrawing from Afghanistan That is the opinion of the former Trump's secretary of state. Mike Pompeo. He was on Fox just a few minutes ago. I doubt it actually gets to zero. There'll still be some residual forces on the ground tip. Preserve our capacity. Have an embassy there, but we've got to make sure we have the force posture. Right? And I know there's folks worried about Taliban resurgence, right? The Taliban are one of the ethnics, ethnic folks there. We have passed to have Tajiks. It's very Many different people in Afghanistan. The Afghans need to step forward. They need to get this right. We've provided billions and billions of dollars and resources to do that. We were prepared to continue spending some of that money to help them. With the institutional capabilities and their military's capabilities, But our kids are young men and women. It was time to bring them back home. Brian, There you go. That was just a few minutes ago on five. Yeah, it's going to be painful. It's going to be messy. It's already showing what's going to happen. But But Dang man, what? What have they learned? What that was? A big part of our mission was to show their military how you do this. We left equipment form major big, powerful military equipment for them, And they're already just did they not learn a thing? I don't know. All right. You could jump in at 512836059 to get a full report of this story on our websites at news radio, K l b j dot com. Uh, well, hang on. What gets you These other stories in just a second? I see. We get somebody on hold English. Secondly, we've got to get to this, Uh, Is it Whitney Lavender? Whitney Lavender, Miss Wheelchair? Texas USA. How about that Whitney Lavender catch us up to date. Whitney, What's going on? Well, I am currently driving to the airport to get on a plane and fly out the Ohio. All right. Why would somebody go to Ohio? M for? I don't know, But I am. That is great. Are you going to compete at what's going on? What's sweat going to compete? This is the national titles. Had the great honor and privilege of going and meeting Governor Abbott in person yesterday at the Capitol. That's awesome. It was just really need to be able to sit down and talk with him have some great conversations and what a send off to be able to have that Not too long ago. We've not too long ago, Whitney Lavender was named Miss Wheelchair Texas USA now going on to compete in the national pageant. That's very cool. That sounds pretty exciting. How many contestants Up in Ohio. And there's there's 25. I think only 13 are coming to actually compete. And the and the thing one. What's the process? I mean, it's similar to other beauty pageants. I would assume right? Yes. So it's you know, a week of interviews with judges, and then Thursday and Friday of two parts A two part event. So Friday night and then Saturday night will be the pageant. You have the formal gown. You've got all the judges, interviews and and like this little stage performance that we're all going to learn, and, uh, it'll be. It'll be really interesting thing in the fleet and I have no idea what to expect. I'm just going to roll with it and As best I can to represent this awesome face. Awesome. That is. That is wonderful. Soon you travel with a big entourage here and make up people got a team. She's gonna tell me. Yeah, yeah. Who are you traveling with? Just yourself. I'm flying by myself up there. But my best friend from New York is meeting me there when I get there debate. Well, you may be there with your best friend, but we're all there with you, if you know what I mean so much we wish you the very best. Uh, yeah. Whitney Lavender. You're on Twitter. You're on social Media. Right? Folks can follow you, right? Which complex on Instagram and Twitter. There you go. And then just Whitney lavender on Facebook and folks and people Choice Award is going on right now. He'd text 44321. And you can vote as many times as you want for people's choice Awards say. Say that again say that number again so people can can vote for you. What's that number? 44321 okay and don't need to put MW USA two yet And that's how you vote for Texas. There you go. I appreciate you. Wait. Hey, Good luck. Go get him. Checked back. Check back when you get when you get back. Let us know. Okay. Give us a call will absolutely thank you all so much spirit sport. Absolutely. Whitney lavender about that. Yeah, she wins. Bring back the trophy. Bring it back. Bring back a victory in Texas. Yeah, that's that's great man. Alright for her. It is 7 41, and you can jump in at 512. 83605 90 was talking my friend Dwayne yesterday. Uh, you know, Duane writes the owner and operator of furniture market and what a great guy use. He's been the family owned business, their furniture market firm. I guess, almost 40 years Now I've got a great team of us sell spokes over there on the showroom floors. Original location there on South Mount, I 35 between breaker and Grunberg lane in the shops in Leander is well, if.

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"We planted three right before spring. They were doing great we've been watering with, you know, every night doing this thing all of a sudden, they're kind of dying. You know, she's put fertilizer and iron and all that stuff off to Okay, could be the issue with water. Um and is a failure does enjoy a moister environment, and it has been hot. But the action of the soil requires that that ground dries out at least a little bit to keep the biology going, that that makes the azalea happy where it's at. So I don't know that I would water every single day, especially with the rain coming. I would water so that I could feel moisture four inches deep. When I stick my fingers down along the edge of the roof cost, and I wouldn't water again until Hey, those top two inches are pretty bone dry. And I know that the azaleas couldn't give you that afternoon look like Oh, my gosh, I'm nothing because it's been that kind of heart and you've been around here. But that is not an indicator that the plant needs water If I get up at eight in the morning, and that plant looks great, Obviously it recovered from the stress of the previous day, and it really didn't need to be water. So constant water for that as well. You may be too much You do want to leave them wet, delete historical, believe Turner Brown and falling off also, so I kind of wonder we didn't know what was we were doing it wrong. Yeah, that can be an issue. And another thing is, is that you? You want to make sure that you've got lots of organic matter around it twice a year, put into compost around it and kind of tragedy into this foil civilians, one of more aesthetic soil. And planting in the soil in the heart area. That's not acidic ground. You might be more successful, putting them in a container where you can really control the soil and It's a lot easier to manage how acidic the plant is getting can also be easier to manage the water because out there, and how do you do have some of that black Land prairie, which doesn't drain as quickly as some other soils? You can have azaleas. They just get a little picky here in Central Texas, And once you figure out what makes them happy. What's the right amount of water keeping that compost in there? You know a little sulfur a couple times a year. To help with the soil. Once you figure out what makes them happy, they'll be beautiful. It's just you and they, Asael. You've got to kind of work that out between each other. Mhm. Yes. Scott, We're coming up at the bottom of the hour here. I appreciate the phone call, folks. This is gardening. Naturally, we're going to need to break for the news. You can give me a call The numbers 512. 83605 90 will be right back. Are you tired? Nothing ignites.

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06:59 min | 1 year ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Your garden. Your questions. So you can call or text 51283605 90 We also have that toll free line which is 8775 90 55 25 So again, 512 83605 90. And you can call or text So I heard Jeff show this morning or at least parts of it and talking about tissue damage from wood. I think last week I mentioned that I had noticed that there were a lot of Trees that were just like falling over, Um dropping big branches and things like that. So I'm still seeing that I'm sure y'all are, too. I think most of them that are going to fall have fallen, but Um, I think they got you know a lot of these treat. My big red oak is still not fully recovered. It's got a lot of green on it, but it's in some weird places. Uh, not fully leaving out on all the branches and and that sort of thing. Fortunately, it hadn't dropped any wimps. But I feel like what's happening is the wood was weak and the trees were weak in the tissue was damaged. And then we got all that rain and they put on all these leaves. And they got really, you know, heavy, very heavy and then the weekend branches Broke off now I'm no arborist. This is just sort of anecdotal, you know, Observant. But I think that's what's happening. And I'm I'm wondering if You know for if we all don't need to be getting arborists to look at our trees because that is I mean, it can be dangerous like in my daughter Cells, a giant Part of an old post oak that had been damaged, previously been damaged. In a little wind storm. A big windstorm, actually, a few years ago, Kind of broke the top off of it, but it had this one really big, long. Branch, and it always worried me because I I knew that branch was going to come down and eventually it did this just a few weeks ago. And if anybody would have been standing there could have been fatal. And I worried because she had those little kids and I was, you know, just hoping nothing would happen, and unfortunately it dropped when nobody was around. So that's a good thing, but it doesn't hurt to have your trees really checked out. Um so we can talk about that We can talk about planting what's going on in the yard. What's Happening out there and the landscape. We're working really hard. Uh, still, you know, just trying to keep up just trying to keep up with stuff. Um Hiring people managed to hire a couple more people. Thank you. And that's that's I think the position we're all in right now. All of us in small business. We're just having trouble getting people so hopefully that will pick up soon, but You know, we just keep going as uh, as hard as we can as much as we can. So Hey, did you all get that little shower this morning? I got a lovely little shower took me completely by surprise. Um, I was outside reading in the garage. And, uh, all of a sudden I heard this noise like what is that and I get up, and it's just raining really hard like a little mini monsoon. I loved it. It was just fantastic. I hope we get a lot more of that today. Honestly, because we really need the rain. Alright by 1 to 83605 90 you can call or text that number. Here's a text. My vine plant has beautiful purple flowers and wants to take over the front goes up any poll and around anything it can latch too. How's the best way to control it? Thank you. Mar Linda Probably what you have. There is the really aggressive Passion flower vine. Now we have several species of passionflower finds. But I'm having trouble with one which I bet is just like yours are Native ones are not terribly aggressive. But this one the one that I I think Kevin must have planted it in our yard a few years ago, and maybe you've got the same thing. It is so hard to control. I have actually had my guys come over and pull it out. Completely every single leaf I could find of it. And now and that was like, I don't know. Pre covid. Now it is back with a vengeance, and I don't know whether birds dropped it again or whether there was just some root stock left in there, but it's best to try to pull it out. At the root. And it's It's not that hard to pull out. But it's just that when it's twisted around everything, it can really damage I mean, it's completely covered my mount moral Also the Virginia creepers real aggressive this year. It is growing like I've never seen it grow before. Um, but I think that you're probably going to have to just do a lot of pulling on it. You can try cutting, cutting, cutting it. Um, every time you see it popped back up, Cut it again. You could use some of that organic weed killer that Jeff was talking about earlier. I actually wrote down the Recipe of that so you can take a cup of orange oil, a gallon of vinegar and a teaspoon of soap. And put that in a sprayer, and I'm guessing he's talking about the 20% vinegar. The really strong vinegar. So, um Yeah, Somebody also wrote Is it, Wisteria? I, You know, I don't It could be. It could be, but it wouldn't have purple flowers right now. It would have the but the the passionflower blind would Melinda Google passionflower and see if you don't see the the flour on there. And see if that's not what you've got. I'm guessing it is or you can also text a photo to me. Here. Same place. You sent that text. You could take a photo of it and text that to me as well. So, uh, that would be another thing you can do, But, yeah, we're serious, super super aggressive. But it's again it only blooms. You know a little bit in the spring, and then it's done. So if it's got purple flowers on it now. It's probably passion Flower vine. Okay..

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05:42 min | 1 year ago

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"For your calls. 512. 83605 90 in call or text that number. And we also have the toll free line which is 8775 90 55 25. I wish the collar that wanted to talk about the butterfly pea vine had stayed on the line. I don't know why they dropped off if they had to go somewhere, but I had. I was not familiar with that. Maybe that was the plant. That they were talking about. So I looked it up and there are three. They're just darling Alliance. These flowers are so pretty And they are pinky blue violet blooms. Um They're around the world. There's from what I'm reading here, but they're only three that are native to United States. So it's ah, information is available about them. And they are so pretty now makes me want one, but they do prefer sandy acid soul. So good drainage is critical. They will not tolerate soggy conditions and that sort of thing. So, uh, it sounds like could be great out and, you know, bass drop or our east so Okay. 51283605 90 let's go to David and South Austin. Hi, David. Thanks for calling. No thanks. Taking my call. It had a kind of a general question I got some say goes or the sides like a ho king say goes now. And the Stranding ones on the ground, you know, popping up and you know, making friends again. But the main ones haven't you know? Do you know if there's any timeframe to expect him to come back to life, or should I just Take him out now. No, I wouldn't take him out. But because that is exactly the scenario that's happening here with the big Sago that died back up here at the radio station. The leaves are coming back around the main core, but it is not showing any leaves coming up, but I could I could. I've seen tons of them that did re sprout from the center. Core. And so my my thinking aging always cut it off later. If it doesn't come back, But it may be that the green you know the green sprouts will help. Revitalized the course. I mean, my basic feeling right now that plants that are struggling is if there is any green on them. Oh, Adam, you know, just leave it alone and see if that doesn't help. Like I've got this giant red oak that it just scared me to death because it was hit hard. And now all of a sudden, in the last couple of weeks, it's getting in, and it's not necessarily pretty. But it's getting green all over it A lots of different spots. So I'm just leaving it because I know every green leaf is helping it recover. Right? Yeah, that that's coming up nice and strong. All around the base of my wife goes, it's making pups. It's probably still alive. The root system is alive. That's correct. Okay, so just give it a few more months and you know, hopefully welcome back and it is the center core doesn't come back Then it starts getting ugly. You can always cut it later and let the pups takeover because the farm their own central core. True? Yeah. All right. Thank you. And hey, thanks so much. Bye bye. Okay, Let's go to round rock. Cindy, How you doing? Hi. There talking about red oak had a huge red out. I don't know. 35 years old and my front yard. Completely, Dad. They took it down growing, you know, ground the stump and I just have like bricks and I had flowers around. I didn't know what to do, because I don't. I don't think I can plant Tree near there. So what would you do it? Why don't you think that because of the roots I don't know. I was told you couldn't plant a tree near a route like 6 to 8 ft. Either way. Well, I know what the thinking is on that it is And I've told people this and, uh past years is that when a tree dies suddenly like that there's decomposition that takes place over time. That tends to bind up a lot of the nitrogen in the soil. But studies have shown that if you plant a new tree, say a container brown tree And you have a dig the hole get those old roots out from it, you know, from the hole that it actually makes a protective little pocket for its own root system. No, I'm not going to say you wouldn't have to. Maybe fertilize it a little bit. Throw down some, you know, 8 to 4 or something like that. Or just once in a while, Douse. It was sufficient motion T we stuff like that. But I absolutely would plant is you know, because probably it was strategically planted to provide shade. In the first place I would get Yeah. Now I have no shading. Yeah, that is a brutal, brutal, brutal and sowed. My question. Is they ground the stump so, but it's still kind of a hard Done there. How would you have what? You dig a hole. You would dig a hole through. Don't know You couldn't do it in the exact same location there correct about that. Okay, so you'd have to move over move over a few feet..

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"We still have time for your 512. 83605 90 Isaac, let's go to Mike. He's got some conversation around LLC's welcome, Mike. Thank you, Chris. Good to be on your program. I just have a couple of questions. I'm gonna talk about a strategy that have been employing and I'm gonna get your opinion of it. You hear me? All right. I got you loud and clear. Mike, tell us about the strategy. Okay, So here's the strategy over time. I started a Nell Elsie originally won many years ago with the intent of putting some real estate investments in that L L. C. And then over time, letting my Children I have five Children. I wanted to let them earn their way into the L. L C and begin to take a percentage of the LLC their loss or profit through K ones each year. And over time they have acquired Each about 5% of the Yellow Sea. My wife and I are the two managing members and the voting members of the LLC and the intent. Is that when one of us passes our share of the other will see will move to the other person and then when we both pass, the shares will be split equally amongst the Children. And, uh, so far that seems to have worked. We've been acquiring real estate of multi family limited partnerships and putting it all on the yellow Sea with the intent that when we're gone Their percentage of ownership will just increase and there will be no taxable event because they've all been part of the business for a number of years and through, so I want to get your opinion of that. And then through the LLC, we also pay ourselves Salary for managing it. And we pay our benefits like insurance cars, things like that through the Yellow Sea. So I want to get your opinion of using an LLC is a method for wealth transfer. I commend you, Mike, because you clearly have taken steps and done some more advanced planning than wanna individuals out there And I think hello, it sees convey a wonderful tool. For a state planning of wall transfer, And the thing is, is that you know it can work for the right family. You know, it's it's some families. You know, they've got kids were there. You're really concerned about how they're gonna You know, handle your inheritance. Um, but if the family dynamics right? I think this could be a great strategy is because you're able to transfer assets. You know from you guys, you and your spouse to the kids, and it's actually a relatively simple process, isn't it? Um, you can up the number of shares that you know, or I like the way you say it. They're earning. Their inheritance. But you know you as the owner. You can. You can even transfer These assets as you're doing and not giving up control. That's what so many families are concerned with. Well, if I give him the assets today or given them today, do I lose complete control and the way you're doing? It is you and your spouse still have Control now. Transferring investments through this method. Um, can make sense as I'm mentioning, And here's one of the reasons I think more and more people may need to consider a method like this, and there's other methods would trust to and I want to bring this up because this may Encourage you to go sit down with your state or tax attorney. Whoever is helping you with this with a state tax limits getting ready to drop substantially. We're a 23 million today where they're looking well, based on the proposals looking to go down about 7.5 million, so again, I don't know the size your state, but what's just for grins Go along with this for over wealth, radio listeners. If you were to gift Or accelerate the urn out of those membership shares to the kids right now, under these current estate tax limits, what we understand is even if they were to come down next year and God forbid something happened to you and your spouse, they would be grandfathered in to today's exemption limits. So, depending on the size of your state, Mike or other wealth radio listeners could there be a strategy to potentially accelerate the gifting of these shares or the urn out of these shares? If the state is as a size that could be subject to a state tax limits coming way back down next year and in years to come, so I think overall, Mike, I think you're absolutely on the right path, not Exactly the right fit for everybody. But based on your portfolio heavy and real estate. I think this is a tremendous strategy. Mike. Okay, Good. Well, you know, um, way started on this strategy many years back with the understanding that We have five Children, so the understanding is that we wanted to treat everybody fairly, but we didn't want to lose control. That's a key issue for a lot of people as you say, but we've been building up the real estate investments through variety of different Limited partnerships and real estate assets, and we still are the only voting members away. The operating articles read is that we will continue to be the only voting members until One of us passes and then the other person, the other spouse. Its remaining will become the only voting member. And then once we're gone, then there is this of a Trigger event where they will each have voting rights depending upon their share in the LLC's Yeah, that makes sense. And I'm sure you're aware of this Mike, but because we're on it. It doesn't have to just be real estate. It could be personal property. It could be cash. There's a number of things you could be adding to this loc. And transferring along the way as well. Yeah, we do Have a Vanguard account, which has brokerage associate with its in the Yellow suit Is LLC name. The only only problem I had with this strategy was when I was trying to get a Homestead exemption. They would not allow me to keep it in the name of the Yellow Sea, they said. That has to be in my wife and I's personal name, so there may be around that way around that learning to trust or something. I just haven't figured that out yet. You know, and Mike. That's a great point, too, You know, because a lot of people put their homestead in. Let's not say homes that lets their primary residence would say in great trust, a living trust or an L. L. C. And one consideration to just for conversation's sake is when you do that. You gonna ensure that the you change your insurance. The name. You know, the name of the insured on the insurance should be tied to the LoC name or the trust name. And if the house were to burn down if you haven't taken, you know, a soul simple step like that. You may not get you may not get paid on your insurance claims. So there's a There's a lot of complexities toe what Mike and I are talking about, But I think just with the concern of a statement, it's coming down. And a lot of these tax changes. Mike, I think you're you guys really ahead of the game. And I commend you and I appreciate your cold bag. Thank you. Enjoy your show. Thank you. Thank you served a wonderful week and appreciate your Western ship. We've got a great new report. It's called the Changing Story of retirement. And that's what we've been talking today about is there's just so many different things that retirees That successful investors just like so many of you. Need to be proactively in front off..

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03:00 min | 1 year ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Now. Also opening up Friday got the kind of Continental club they're on South Congress, the historic Continental Club. Awesome. Yeah, a sign outside the venue, says May 28th boom. Been away too long mode starts coffee roasters. They're set to open up with some some live music as well this weekend, So there you go. Got tons of dates You know all over the area is a three really important music venues in Austin, Texas, and three iconic, uh, music venues in Austin. So this is this is a big sign that things are getting back to where we wanna be. And it's kind of almost this is kind of like a starting pistol for that with these three with these three major Local music venues opened. Yeah, some some big. I don't know who's playing with Saxon. We know, help out with some good local musicians. Right? It's Zara Check out their calendar, but that Z pretty cool, man, you know, maybe maybe even Bob Schneider. What? I'm trying to be. Well, I want to find out who's playing. It's a big deal. We want to promote the show right there it if and I think Joe able. Sometimes he's called our show before. I think he has. Yeah. Yeah, they're on South Lamar. How long's the Saxon pub in there of very ago? Hell, man, 30 years, maybe it I'm going to say 40 40. Yeah, well, that area might be that might not be long enough. That area is just grown up around Saxon pop man. Yes, yes, And I'm fortunate to be able to play there many, many times when we go in and hit that for years. Oh, good for you, the Continental Club Continental Club over on South Congress. But is the Saxon pop down the streets from the broken spoke this Yes, it's all right north of the broken spoke. I'm not sure if they're open yet. We haven't seen anything from them. They've been open. Okay. Been hoping for for a long time. But just as a restaurant, well, restaurant and and music as well, They've just been. I'm not sure how they've been doing it. To be honest. You say they've got different rules. Yeah, well, it's a smoke. Maybe, you know they don't even have to have a paid parking lot. That's true. That's true. All right. It is 6 26, and you could jump in at 512. 83605 90 the todd and don show I want to tell you about my friends and vcf. Well, let me ask you some personal questions your business owners out there you see EOS Is your leadership team complete and aligned with your vision of your business in all, Do you have a plan that guides your efforts and investments in an optimal way? Well, if not, you need to know about V C F o that stands for virtual chief financial officer. And now celebrating 25 years, they pioneered the concept of fractional executive and unaffordable as needed basis. The V C F O professionals firm team, they may company stronger by injecting wisdom and experience of senior level HR finance and recruiting and their team of consultants they guide CEOs and business owners. Making strategic decisions, optimizing operations, and they even provide people support and 2021 is a is a great time to take stock in your current situation, toe make any changes that you may need? Yeah, the team at V. C F o. They would love to talk to you hear your story Your concerns and share their.

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06:42 min | 1 year ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Here for another 25 minutes. If you have a question, call or a text 51283605 90. I got a text during the break. Carl. I believe he should be designated as an essential worker in these uncertain financial times. And I hope you'll never retire some of my wife. Thanks for 27 great years, And here's to another 27, By golly That's my kind of text. I like that sentiment. Thank you. Thank you very much. I had another text Come in, started this way. My wife and I retired in the late sixties. We just sold the house we purchased in 22,003 included $540,000. Paying 1000 a month for a mortgage for a house that's now worth about 400,000 and we all about 200,000. But this is the first time this happened. Then it says sorry. Never finished the text. I'll have to get back to you. The light changed. So that's what happens when you're texting in the traffic 512. 83605 90. You're on the air. This is Carl. How may I help? Yes, I'd like to Learn more about the terminology. Uh, the Blockchain. I'm not interested in the coins, but no, that sort of thing. But just the concept of Blockchain how it might work. Yeah, In terms of the future is now so I guess I better no more magically my understanding. Uh, several fold. It's apparently extremely secure. You know, we live in this time of hacking like this gas pipeline that just got hacked. Apparently, it's extremely secure. I'm hacking. Secondly, of the people that create, uh, that they create. The currency used massive amounts of electricity. Now that's not about Blockchain. But the idea is It's not in one place is distributed. It's extremely secure, and that's why the proponents of Cryptocurrency and I know we're not talking about that say that it's because of the security of it that makes it very attractive. For financial transactions, so I don't understand a lot of it either. And I just keep the for me that keep taking seminars and webinars, But sadly, most of it is about the currencies and not about the underlying technology. But it's my understanding this kind of technology that MasterCard or Visa or American Express or your local bank could use for transactions that would be extremely secure, how it would be used other than in transactions. Don't know yet. So I'm gonna have to give you a very uninformed answer. Other than to say that there's a lot of apparently in the future, a lot of commercial uses for it. So you're not just gonna have to learn together. I'm afraid that's an honest answer. Thank you. You bet You're listening to money talk. On NewsRadio, K o b. J 51283605 90 Bob, You're on the air. How may I help? Acheron. Great talking to you. Thank you. I hated to make this phone call because I'm gonna have tol Have a correction to the only other boat called Carl Stewart that that that happens every week. Go ahead on the on the collar about the call space is your comment was corrected. However, I do extensive I have a brokerage account of the extensive equity and trading Okay, You can flip that switch on a flying if you wanna be a tax advantage, our first in first out or slipped your lattes or do whatever you want to. You don't have one. Once you do it, too. Of course for that. Fail. It's set within the next next sale. You can flip it and make it something else for you Can. I didn't I thought that it was a permanent decision so you can actually go. Okay. Well, that's really helpful because I'm totally missing. I thought I'd read it the other way. So I'm missing former. I'm really glad that then, uh If I have you on the line, you know, the market has has been very volatile. Ever since the, uh, jobs report last Friday and inflation and all that stuff. It's settled down a little bit today. I mean this week, but as far as going forward, what do you think, really upset the market. Uh, yeah. If you go, I'll tell you. It's been Kenny and I were talking about before the broadcast. If you read Barron's today can, he said, And if you were playing a drinking game, and you had to take a drink every time you read the word inflation, you'd be totally drunk because the whole thing seems like It's about inflation. It's as if and you know this because you're a long time investor. It's in the financial markets. Attitude seemed to be able to just, you know, change on a dime. I mean, every economist whose weapon or I went to Would say yes, we're going to have his short bouts of inflation because of problems in the supply change chain and that all these people going to be getting out and wanting to spend money and there's hard. There's a shortage of people in many jobs, so this is going to be inflationary. It's gonna be transitory. In fact, Fed Chairman Powell has said that but, boy, right, but when everything hit, uh this week, boy that you know, as you saw Bond prices dropped. Stock prices that first three days we had the worst three days and eight months before there were some recovery and you know, there's clearly a change in leadership. You know, I was looking on again. I'm just using proxies. I looked at the S and P 500 using a new exchange traded fund and true yesterday, the return was 11.81 and I looked at the the Midcap Growth Index and was 2.21. Now that's a huge shift. And you you know this because you trade stocks. You know, for years you wanted the lean into growth and away from the broad index, and you wanted a lead and lean away from value and boil. Boy Has that changed this year? That's which got Got switched right in January. So I think right now rabbis wondering if this inflation is transitory because there there's an issue with is the government really pick are the government data's points really picking up in place?.

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04:18 min | 1 year ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"405 100 people packing And the City Council ignored their will. They went through with it anyway. And now people have been ultra patient. I mean, enormously patient. Why? They said We're gonna buy hotels and put him in the hotels. They bought the hotels, but they didn't fill him up with the homeless. And the problem has only gotten worse. So they got slammed over the weekend by the voters. I'm glad to hear it. I mean, I hope not that I I hope not that I think that it actually will happen. That's a wake up call for the City Council to quit doing things like this, and that if they're serious about trying to fix the homeless problem, they take the Syria the serious steps. Not just buy this hotel over here, uh, take their time, redecorating it or whatever, and not even really offering it up to the homeless individuals. The fact that you can't even go on their website and see that we have had hotels and how do you get into that? Housing? Says they're not taking this serious when they go in, redirect you to outside sources to help that have nothing to do with the amount of money that they have spent saying that they were going to house these individuals here with the numbers for you to join us. You can call or text us 512. 83605 90. I would imagine Most people do expect a rapid move to clean up and clear out all of these camps as fast as possible. The voters air in no mood to have this thing drag on for weeks and months. I think the voters would probably be okay at this point if the city said we're going to take city land, and we're going to create a temporary shelter the way the Biden administration has done for illegal aliens, they were able to put up massive tents and facilities in South Texas for tens of thousands on short notice. Well, I still question they had that for covert that we had maybe 100 people in there, maybe At one point that they opened up. What was that? The convention? Yes Convention Center. You can use that as temporary. It obviously wasn't being used. We were able to convert it for individual beds and rooms for a cove it you can do that for the homeless. Why you figure that out? 51283605 90 We kick it off with Victoria at 10 09. Good morning, Victoria. How you doing? I'm doing good. Yeah. What are your thoughts this morning, Victoria. Well, I had a thought. And then you just said exactly what I was thinking. Which is why don't we open the convention center of Give them a place Just like we did for covert should go clean up everything on May the 11th or starting on May the 11th. And I think what it will do is give, you know. Worst them to make some choices about where to go, and I suspect the majority of the homeless. They're going to go back to Seattle and Portland and California and wherever they came from when they find out they can't stay here anymore, But I think we're setting up a convention center site or camp, you know, temporary camps. I'm in designated places. If that's not where they want to go, then they're going to find other options on their own. Yeah, that would be clean. It would be safe. It would be humane. You could have services there and it would be a start. T heal this deep wound. The City Council created Exactly And it puts them a step in the right direction, which is finding resource is to help them whether you know a lot of them like we've all talked about, do have drug problems and alcohol problems or whatever their problem is, it'll give them a step toward finding a solution. Victoria. Good to hear from you Have a great day. 51283605 90 We are live in local market. Melinda 10 11 on news Radio K. L B. J. Pain creeps up on you starts with slight discomfort and inflammation. You wait for it to go away, but it gets worse and worse. Now it never stops in. The pain has zapped your mobility. You're out of options except for surgery. Stop right there. You have another choice for relief. And that's QC. Connectix Hi Shay Sadiq, the medical professionals at QC Connectix..

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08:00 min | 1 year ago

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"And don pry and good morning jumping at 51283605 90. Jeff is checking in from Maynard this morning. Hey, Jeff, what's on your mind Her Jeff. Morning, fellas. I was Listen, I heard that list that you guys read off and like you done, I noticed. It seems like Mostly if not all agent names on that list, And I'd like to say congratulations. I don't care what color you are Good job, and Todd you mentioned they would have the school of their choice if if that's what they wish, But I disagree. Because the way our society chooses to behave. It's true. I'm wondering how many of those youngsters are gonna be denied a seat in a college of their choice, Not the right color. Very, very. That's very controversial issue right now at Harvard, you're absolutely right. The thing that stands out to me is it proves that this is not a racist nation. With all the Asian kids and Indian kids are getting all the degrees and high paying jobs. How can you call this nation a racist nation? I think it has more to do with parents pushing their kids to excel while they're getting that free public education. Jump in here at 51283605 98 cell and also to to love getting education as well. So Joe Biden is trying to push through his ambitious spending plans through Congress. As we hear from Fox reporter Mark MEREDITH. President Biden is calling on Congress to spend trillions of dollars raise taxes and do both fairly fast this week. The president Is gonna start making his case to the public about why so much money is needed so much spending needed right now. Now these proposals are broken up a little bit one. There's gonna be focused on education, child care, boosting social spending programs. Then there's the other $2.3 trillion effort to repair infrastructure, something that both parties say they are interested in working on. White House officials insist there is room here for a bipartisan deal. But some conservatives argue these proposed new programs could make too many Americans dependent on the government now to pay For all these proposals, the president said he'd have to raise taxes. On the top income earners in capital gains rates as well as well as raised taxes on companies. And in fact, we may cut become AH country that has the highest corporate tax rate. No kidding. And listen, Judge, you know, don't believe that it's just going to be a 400,000 and above and corporations cos they're gonna feel this. As a result, we will all feel it. If we become a nation that has the highest corporate tax rate, they will take their jobs to other countries where it's cheaper to make the product course they will period. Republicans have already signaled strong disapproval on major parts of this package, and we'd love to get your thoughts at 512. 83605 90. Does Apple have any legal monopoly over AP Distribution. Would you think that the company Apple has an illegal monopoly over the APP distribution? It's a good question, and it's a big question that is while this is playing out in courtrooms, and it actually pitched epic games against Apple Here's the backstory was last August that fortnight, the maker epic games allowed users to pay for in at purchases directly. Violating APS store rules. But turns out the whole thing was an elaborate plan meant to you know, poke the bear big time and fortnight made billions and billions of dollars now epic with its new new Apple would boot fortnight off its APP store, which it did. And then epic hit Apple and Google with lawsuits and unleashed a 1984 style height. Video toe boot epics argument is because the AB stores the only way IOS users can access APS APS. Apple has a monopoly over at distribution. And uses that power to unfairly extract millions of dollars from the developers through fees. Now, Apple's argument is our phone, our rules. You don't like him. You can always go to Google or Android to play your fortnight. PlayStation REX Box. There's no monopoly. Here's what they say. Now Epics CEO Tim Sweeney, one of the All Star witnesses will kick off testimony and this this is a very big trial has a lot to do with With our tech economy. Big time testimony gets underway today. In this case jump in here at 51283605 90. So why go ahead with it? Show. Let me understand this. It's not Is it that Apple indeed is the on leeway to get these APS or if it's the only way to get it through an apple iPhone. I mean, if I understand it's their phone. Their rules understand that aspect of it. But is that indeed the only way the only possible way to get get the apse know you could get rid of your apple phone completely? You could go get a Google phone and android phone And then you could download fortnight. That way. You have choices. You had to get rid of your phone. Yeah. Yeah, but if you have, but if you make that choice to have apple than they do have your corner, don't they? Well, they pretty much do. Yeah, but You do, but it's not like you. You're you're You've got a gun to your head. There's something you can do about this. You still have choices. Ugo Fortnight doesn't fortnight once access to those customers that did download the fortnight app on IOS. Apple says. You can't sell stuff inside the app. And that's what fortnight has been doing and for tonight is the real industry interrupter here on this issue, and IOS does have a strong corner of the market. There's no doubt about that. No, no, Someone even describe it is a monopoly. I would say I would say it is. I mean, you could say that Apple has a monopoly with the phone period. 7 22, you could jump in at 51283605 90. How about this, Uh, this boat that was overturned near San Diego's coast. That's a rocky shoreline over there. It's a very dangerous place horrible and it was basically a smuggling operation. Uh and some people have died. Some people have been rescued. Jeff Stevenson is with the San Diego border Patrol out there. He's a supervisor. Here's what he told the local press about this boating incident. The reality is crossing the border illegally is unsafe, no matter the method. Especially at sea smugglers. They don't care about the people they're exploiting. All they care about is profit to them. These people are just commodities and the captain of that boat is in custody this morning, the vessel broke apart due to rough conditions. 5 to 6 Ft of surf and wind. It was unclear where the people onboard originated from. This was a mass rescue operation that turned into a mass casualty incident, but one of the bigger Vessel accidents and bigger calls that we've seen here. This is probably the worst tragedy guys Vote captain is in custody this morning. Border Patrol officials say the captain was a bit out of it and spoke to agents at the scene back to that story there from Fox News. Yeah, they had way way way too many people on this boat and it looked like they were way too close to the surf. I'm wondering if they were trying to Drop the people off their close to the surf. And I think they got into where the breakers were. And once you get in there with a boat like that, you're screwed. Especially with that. That Rocky Coast. It was just a really, really bad, bad situation all the way around. No doubt about it sounds like a captain who probably had no clue as to what he was doing. They should have been there in the first power. They were transporting human beings and sad story. Gotta figure out a way to get a grip on this. In fact, leaders here in Texas continuing to speak out about the surge at the border, you know, and blaming Joe Biden as well, You know, this was the topic. Immigration was the topic of some of the Sunday shows over the weekend and the Bite administration's chief of staff and his secretary of state, they were on two different shows. Listen to what they said. They're saying it's not their fault. Children..

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03:40 min | 2 years ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"What you're experiencing what you've encountered how you're coping with things. 51283605 90 We want to salute Isaac Cresta. Who was there at K. LBJ producing And he is doing a magnificent job of running the board and keeping the station on the air and keeping us connected with all of you providing information and companionship and updates on these things, so Isaac Questa is just doing a magnificent job and we're going to keep you updated as much as we can, and we've got many other things to touch on in the news. In addition to this before we go to the break I want to get your thoughts on how the trial of Trump unfolded over the weekend, he was acquitted. There was drama. At one point they look like they were going to call witnesses. And then they backed off on that. What was your overall impression? Well, my overall impression, Marcus, we knew we knew the outcome of the movie before we even got into the got in there. We knew what it was going to be. I thought it was going to be very dramatic of witnesses. We're going to be called up. Thought that was gonna be Unbelievable. But I think the Democrats backed off because I think they knew. Oh, if we call if we call witnesses, this could backfire on us. And it's still saying that they knew well, a good they would not have. The votes. Uh, the thing I take from the whole thing is marked. That there was a great article in The Wall Street Journal today about how this has done the opposite what the Democrats wanted. I believe in a lot of ways. It's embolden Ah lot of Trump Republicans who have already announced her candidacy in the midterm saying, Hey, I'm your trump person. So the thought of having Trump done and gone and away. That's that didn't work out. And I think in a way they're still even more. Political bickering, and it may be worse than it was before the January 6 events in the split in our country Well, will talk about Mitch McConnell, who pour into Trump after the acquittal of Trump will get into that and much much Maura and you can weigh in as well as 512. 83605 90 its mark and Ed Live in local 10 11 in news radio. K. L B. J It is really gratifying to get success stories from K LBJ listeners who took our advice and teamed up with the great team at Christopher Waters to sell their home. This is what I'm talking about. Michael at 12013 Carmel Park Lane teamed up with Christopher Waters. They listed at $438,000. They got multiple offers. In fact, 12 and Day two under contract for Get this $485,000. That's more than $40,000 over the original asking Price, Michael and other agents Had said, Look, you need to list at 400,000. If he had gone with someone other than Christopher Waters, he would have lost out on $85,000 in hard earned equity. That's one of the great reasons why it's so important to team up with Christopher Waters at 512649 4000. He's local. He's great. There's no long term contract. He's the only agent I would trust. Or you can get started at his website. Christopher waters dot com. That's waters with two teas. Rick Adelman cards.

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05:49 min | 2 years ago

"512 83605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"On and off. That has not been the case for us. Yeah, You've been out since one about four o'clock. I guess your electricity two o'clock this morning. And S O in a lot of people in a very similar situation. Let me tell you exactly what is happening. It's Ah well. All those windmills in South Texas are a deep West Texas. They're frozen. They're the windmills in the state of Texas that provide power to our electric grid. Air cuts says they're only operating at about 25% capacity because There's so many of them that are iced over frozen stuck this morning. There's so many that are still operating in deep South Texas, where the temperature I guess is a little bit different, but In West Texas, the Panhandle where they get all that rain and moisture and sleet. It's all frozen and the system is just locked. And the beginning this morning about two o'clock they started doing these rolling blackouts to save power. In fact, it was a big power outage in what he was in county last night. The 911 Command center for what I am, saying County lost power and judge Bill Gravel, says the backup generator system. Well, the situation was made even trickier as the center's backup generator. It also failed. Now, grovel says. The good news is that internally we had backups that we're able to keep our 911 calls operating and running until we could get that back up generator working appropriately, so They've got everything under control. Now, they say, But, yeah, Judge Bill Gravel. We heard from him a few minutes going, he says, Stay home. This basically stay home. 512. Yeah. Go ahead. If you give this perspective for maybe singing the folks out there that have not yet Looked out tonight. At least I'm sure we'll probably under about the same amount of stone here but out front of my house that the soul level in the street Is level with the curve. You cannot see where the yard ends. And the street began right now. Hi this. Yeah, Yeah. Then there's I mean, we probably got 4 to 6 inches of snow overnight. There's kind of that dusting of snow, you know? Listen. There are other stories to talk about this morning and let's see. Let's squeeze in when we got there on on line one there. Can you tell me Isaac in my head sets? Let's see here is that don Dot in South Austin. Hello, Doc. Done all on. All right, anyway, we'll we'll try again. You could jump in at 512. 83605 90. So what? Listen, you know Walgreens, the CVS. They got everything that can cure your hangovers and that fungus that grows on your toes. But now it's about to be the place where you could get a vaccination. The federal government is begun shipping one million covert 19 back seems to retail chains across the country, including Wal Mart, CBS, Walgreens, Kroger. All part of a federal retail pharmacy program. They say 6500 pharmacies will get those doses to start, but the goal is eventually to hit about 40,000 locations. All across the country and retail pharmacies already experts and filling prescriptions that administering flu shots, which means they could pivot to covert vaccines. But not too much trouble. And given their a sprawling nationwide footprint. Drugstore chains are already well some of the most accessible healthcare providers that many Americans have. CBS and Walgreens have 19,000 stores combined in the United States Public's Plus Kroger, plus Rite aid they have about 11,000 all across the country, according to the Wall Street Journal this morning, so It's a matter of time before you go to that pharmacy to get a vaccine just a matter obviously liking it much for successful morphy by me not to go here eyes to make it as accessible as simple flu shot would be and as routine and that's great news that best it was a lot of momentum. Yeah, yeah, The real power player in this vaccine distribution is Wal Mart, which will receive about 2020% of all doses sent to pharmacies by the government. It's well. That's in part because the majority of its stores are located in areas with limited health care resource is, which is what the government is, You know, tapping into those those pharmacy programs. Uh, Walgreens receive es is literally around the corner for most people, and typically, there's a Walgreens and CVS across the corner from each other. On And then there's that. Yeah, Despite everyone worrying about germs for the past year, the pandemic actually didn't help drugstore chains the way well, the way it you know was it was bad for Netflix shows people came to stores less frequently. And when they did come, it was for consumer goods products that aren't profitable as services like photo printing, CBS and Rite Aid and Walgreens hope that administering the vaccines will need to Ah, higher footprint of traffic and sales. Because you know, why not get a five hour energy drink while you're there? Get your shot to right there you go. Well, all of those companies are either transforming their businesses or restructuring. You know, to stiff arm the increased competition from the likes of Amazon. Now you zoom out from this story a little bit. The U. S has ministered more than 50 million doses to more than 11% of the country's population. And we're averaging about 1.6 million shots a day. Uh, may not get there today or this week because of this storm that's blanketing the country, but a lot of people are getting shots. Well, the thought of being able to get a coverage shot some aqua Net and condoms all in the same run is just extraordinary. It's so time consuming, so you need to save a ton of time. Oh, what a time Saver..

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"Saturday. The six shaping up to be a beautiful day. Joining me today Ken vessel of Blazer, Christiansen, broader Inver attorneys and counselors of wall here in Austin, Texas. And Canton as a special emphasis around C P A's taxes in a state that's really his focus and practice and I'm really honored to have him on today. Can't I Don't waste any time getting right back into this So one our colors to know that they can join us as well. We are taking your questions Live 512. 83605 90 when it came to charitable intent, charitable giving. Um uh, The landscape was really impacted in the last couple years because of the well, it's essentially almost the doubling of the standard deduction to double the standard deduction has gone up. So much that from what I've seen with most of our families, the majority of them probably 90% of them are not itemizing. They're taking standard deduction and one of the things that Was, you know around that provisioning is, you know unless you itemize If you're giving charitably, you're not getting a charitable deduction Well, With the new Biden proposals. What they're saying? Is that yeah, a lot of the tax code tax rates gonna revert back to where they were before, But here's a new little Gaja. Potential cap on how much that you could actually itemize in a given year. So can I want to hear your You know your expertise around this and what you guys were city coming? Well, a couple things we see coming, Chris. Um, we hear of a cap on charitable deductions. We don't know where that is, or what income level that will kick in at We're also hearing, though, on perhaps a good side that By the limitations on state and local taxes will be lifted of well above or eliminated above that $10,000 ceiling. So We may be able to deduct property taxes, state income taxes and other and we may have other autumn eyes, deductions, much like we had prior to the tax cutting Jobs Act. The will be so few other changes. Um Notably the carried interest, um, on 100 hedge fund managers that income will be taxing ordinary income rates. So we're seeing really a lot of different ideas again. We think the personal exemptions may come back the age group of Uh, young adults, ages, 18 and 22 or in college or trade school. Their parents have not been able to utilize the personal exemptions and have been taxed heavily, um, when essentially, their kids are still on the payroll. So there's gonna be a lot of changes in that area and precisely what they are. We're yet to find out. But, you know, stay tuned and we'll let you know. Soon as we know You know, an effort to propagate a little hope. I appreciate that. We all here in central Texas. We love the idea that you know we could get a lift on that $10,000 cap. I mean, you don't have to live. And a multi million dollar house that you know, maybe you haven't paid off. And yet you get up every morning still feels like you have a mortgage because your property taxes or 12 16 $18,000. And right now, you're you're not able to duct beyond 10,000 that so the idea of them lifting that could bring some relief, especially for us Central Texans with highly appreciated assets that the taxes have gone through the roof and likely will continue, so I appreciate it from that standpoint. On that other side of that coin. Can't What's just let's take a swing here. Let's just take a swing. And let's say that they put a cap on deductibility at 28% okay was just pulled out out. Get out for a family that's itemizing. You know, let's say 60,000. I mean that they're only gonna get a maybe a $17,000 be able to deduct 17,000 that if we see a cap, so Pros and cons. I mean, they're every every prevision. I don't care what administration you're going to find pros and cons more likely, but that that one could be a big one. Especially for again. Who they targeting. It's the more fluent those that maybe have a lot more real estate or deductible assets deductible things on that 10 40. Have you heard any? Have you heard or read anything around? What the potential cat maybe years. It's still just totally ambiguous. It's totally ambiguous right now, Chris. And the interesting thing is the salt tax limitations really were criticized by governors of California and New York, who imposed Not only, um, high rate of property taxes but also a high rate of income taxes. So that's where that pushback is coming from. Granted, It will help people in central Texas who pay high property taxes, but generally this post is coming from both both the East Coast and West Coast. Yeah, that makes sense. What's your? What's your thought on the corporate tax rate space? I mean, I don't see why, you know, Jump back up to 28 is I just don't see much headwinds against that your thoughts. No headwinds at all The corporations are proceed by the public is being Perhaps evil entities. I don't know. I hate to say that, but they don't have much support in Congress. So it was perceived that Donald Trump gave big tax benefit to the ultra wealthy by lowering corporate tax rates from 35% down to 21%. Now see, that's really the first thing I think will change with the body administration. I think corporate tax rates will rise immediately to 28% at a minimum. Yeah. Yeah, I think. Well, that's still I mean, it's still lower than where it was before. I mean, a lot of us steered clients away from, you know, smaller business owner clients away from C corpse. When when those rates dropped to 21. I mean, things got pretty attractive over the last couple of years. But you know that changed back to 28. I totally agree with you at all the provisions that we've researched. I think that one is one that won't get a lot of People, Mom and pop talking, You know, it's so let the big boys pay, so we'll see what happens there. You know one thing I'd like t get your take on is you know the estate tax limits and you touched on it earlier, But the reason I want to revisit this is I want to talk. Little bit around some of the strategies. Maybe that you guys are using with the appropriate families. You know if they bring the estate tax limits back down, and right now, if I'm correct, they're already said. The sunset and go back to where they were pre trump tax reform, which I believe was $10 million for a married couple five each. Five mil each, but But you mentioned earlier can't was around the 3.5 space. Now I know that's not definitive. But do you think that that woe is in the cards? Chris, I do a and you're right. The present exclusion will expire on generator one of 2026 unless extended and right now it's quite doubtful that that Exclusion amount will be extended, so the number one strategy were implementing right now is.

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"Still providing services to the students from their home. They you know they they still were going in for a meeting. When you say they get in trouble. What do you mean by that? Gail? Let's er well come on by school district, because if they don't if those students are not working and doing that their assignment depending high school middle school elementary since high school if they're not if they're not completing all their assignments. It's a teacher's fault. It's always the teacher's fault. And you say they're getting in trouble. What kind of trouble elaborate on that? Well, they will be reprimanded. And, um, this reprimanded pretty much. How do you know that? I know that because I was a teacher. Well, how do you know what's happening right now? In a I S D Well, I'm not because I do because I have friends that are teachers. And the principles have reprimanded them. If if students are not doing the assignments, well, some or their team leaders or somebody, but they have a lot of assignment. They have to complete and I understand that and they are responsible. They feel responsible, and I get that. But you have not Nobody unless you're there for a good week with a future to see what they do. You have no idea what they do. It's really difficult. It is difficult well and then I was saying Gale, that the ones who were there in person should get the top priority on the money because they've had such a difficult time getting people to come back in. I think that would be a reward for coming to the campus. Well, they don't really want to have to go to the camp. They're afraid of covert. Also. They're not following the science. Yeah, See, that's the problem. I think people have with giving out this bonuses. What you just started to say, Well, they really don't want to go back to the campus on if you follow the science, they're saying that's not where the trouble spot is were. I think the majority of people just say we want the kids back in the classroom. This zoom Virtual is not working for the Children. We know that the teachers are still working, and they're in some cases working harder, but when it's not working for the Children, it is a reflection on the schools. That aren't able to bring those kids up. Make sure that they're at the level that they need to be in order to move on, so to give bonuses for something that appears to be failing overall. Seems a little off. Well, and parents aren't taking responsibility for any of this here. Is there screaming at the teachers, parents are using the schools. In fact, In the beginning, they were angry that the kids were not allowed to go back to school because they said, Well, why am I going to do now is to get a baby sitter. Yeah. Uh, so you know, let's let's give it a little bit on the parents now they need to start helping out and taking responsibility. All of us need to start helping. All right, Gail. Thank you. You could join us with your thoughts. 512. 83605 90 call or Texas live in local Did you have another point about that? Melinda? No. Uh what? Well, I I just think it's interesting because we get the text to that say the same thing that Del just ended with on it's got to be parents responsibility. Well, the parents are being responsible, the best they can. But guess what. Parents also have a job that they have to do in order to take care of that child. And when you're tearing them away or having to have one of those parents leave the workforce just so that they can sit home to watch their child in Go through the school. And how many times have we had parents call and say what they're seeing is, you know, two minutes with the teacher, and then it's you know, Okay, work on that on your own, and it doesn't feel like The teachers are able to give to the students all that they need to do, and parents are having to be split. Not everybody has the luxury of saying OK, my kids out of school right now, So I'm going to devote all that time there and Get away from my job. All right, 10, 26, Mark and Melinda with you live in local 51283605 90 Hope you're having a good day. We have news headlines with Patrick coming.

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"You're now in possession of it. It's yours. You're now responsible for whatever's on it makes sense. What if this child porn on there? In your possession? You could get in trouble now. Got it? Thank you, Joe. And that would be why you would want to turn it over to the authorities. Thank you. I appreciate your call. Thank you very much. 512. 83605 90. Yeah. S o members of the National Guard have been providing security in Washington, D C. There have been allowed to go back into the U. S Capitol complex now, after several reports surfaced overnight of them being forced to stay in a parking garage and in a rest area between the ships, Several guardsmen they told CNN that they were told they could no longer use designated areas like the cafeteria for taking breaks. Yeah. Really someone might not have been wearing their mask, One guardsman said. We honestly feel betrayed. After everything went seamlessly. We're being deemed useless and banished to a corner of a parking garage, CNN and political obtained photos of the National Guard members sleeping against the concrete pillars there in the garage. We got the same photos on our website. That report sparked backlash from lawmakers, including Kristen Cinema from Arizona, who tweeted in parts. This is outrageous, shameful. And incredibly disrespectful. Hmm. Well, yeah. I mean, given the fact that they're making this sacrifice, Yeah, I think it is a little disrespectful at the same time. There's so many ways to look at this. You can also look at it from the angle of. Well, These guys volunteered these air All volunteers. They volunteered for this and they know damn good and well, that they're gonna be times when they're going to be uncomfortable. It's just given this setting. You know, uh, that it that it's not a deployment for to the front lines of a war that it does seem, let the conditions could be better for could be just given the setting. But as far as them you no problem with them. Not having a mask on Good night. Give these guys a break. Get they are making a hell of a sacrifice for us. Give them a dam break on the Mass. Hey, stay with us straight ahead. And we'll tell you about what the day's top stories The mayor is now saying we made a mistake when it comes to our current policies to dealing with the homeless. Kinda, he says. Going back to the old way would be even worse, though, but he has no solutions. Now. Now he's back toe. I don't know what to do. That's the official statement. Out of the out of the city. It appears Can't go back to what we had before and we can't try. What we're doing now is what he says. So we got to go back to the drawing board will explain Straight ahead. The tide and God show Central Texas Region Mobility Authority is nearing completion of the 1 83 South project, transforming an eight mile stretch of US one of the three between 2 90 71 in East Austin. The news expressway features three told and three non told lanes in each direction. The second and final phase of the project between technician to drive an estate 71 that'll open in phases in the coming weeks. Project includes 25 Million for the bicycle and pedestrian improvements, shared use paths and bust sidewalks and by claims the one any three toll road north from 71 to us to 90 is now open. He tells him tired.

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