17 Burst results for "A. R."

"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:05 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A. R. and over three hundred other stations just on social media yesterday the number of people it said well you know I I'm gonna get the twelve hundred Bucks but I really don't want to because I may have to pay taxes on it by the end of the year now you don't have to but that mindset still seems to be there that I won't take the money because I'll spend it now and won't save the amount if I had to pay taxes on it down the road this is the kind of like so I'm gonna be given something for free but since I have to be disciplined and can't take the whole thing I'm really sort of ticked off about getting it because it's a hassle because I know that I'll just spend it all now and won't save anything and then I got to pay taxes on it down which you don't have to this is and and I even told a couple of people yesterday you have to pay taxes on it it's a on the stimulus par on stimulus part of it right right it's it's not it's not taxable right made it clear well you never know hello LOL and then move on well I just say okay more on and then I move on I don't want to because a lot of these people are are if I if I don't mind the business yet if you if you don't want the money then don't take the money I guess you could send it back I don't know write a check well yeah by the way you can write a check if you write the check yourself and put it in savings it will it will gain zero percent interest and then next year when it comes to tax time you'll be more than prepared right I mean if you're right worried about taking the money don't take it just set it aside and pretend like you didn't take it what the and that's the point with the I am someone disciplined and I know I've recognized talent discipline I am but I'll just spend the whole thing now all right and if I had to pay taxes on it I wouldn't be able to pay taxes and so then I said but you don't have to pay I actually wrote this but you don't have to pay taxes on it mmhm you know it's it's a it's like a tax rebate it's likely getting a refund yeah yeah yeah so which is it even though this isn't your money right it's being played as if if your money yeah but that could change they they could they could change down the road well it's funny because I I Babylon be I think it was a couple of days after it was signed I think it was probably that weekend or or the or early the the following week the headline was millions and millions of Americans are really really excited to get the bail out that they're paying for to get you know again the chart that they're paying for it they're basically writing to themselves nobody thinks of it that way but of course we're putting the burden on future generations at some point yes we that could change by the way yeah because if we keep spending at this rate then we're going to have to start paying for it yeah you're right I mean that day you you made that point last week when we thought well maybe it's only gonna be your children and grandchildren but if we keep spending you know we start spending five or six trillion every three months for the next year well only we may have to start paying for it ourselves yes we may be forced to do it so just be careful you know or let's not be too hard on the Chinese now we may need them to pay for more of it of this odd Tom Smith real clear politics dot com because this is you think about this this is this is really a consideration something that we've talked about but I just like the way that he wrote it sometimes people can say the same things as as we do but they write it in a different way which just to make comes across better than I might even Satan deliberately closing down the economy which has never been done before has created a more infectious possibly more lethal disease than coal bed nineteen let's call it the stress virus for the stress pandemic there can be no vaccine there is only one cure more jobs or economic growth federal state and local government should immediately begin to open the economy conditions and state cities localities very state local officials should act accordingly and with a clear got a goal remove restrictions as fast as prudently possible the United States in the world have gone to war with covert nineteen just weeks ago little was now a known about this mysterious virus when the news broke it was accompanied by apocalyptic predictions untold millions of infections and deaths the threat seems obvious the focus was clear do everything possible as soon as possible to diminish the number of fatalities the main thrust encourage people isolate themselves almost overnight this appeal swiftly morphed into a demand in the economy was essentially shut down by government fiat as we learn more about the virus and the models began to take this knowledge into account the projection rates of infections and deaths declined dramatically from two point two million projected deaths in the United States alone to about two hundred forty thousand worldwide this but in a few weeks it's fair to ask and the answer may be I noble what was the last drop dire modeling due to social distancing over the models all wrong this much is known however the world economy has never been closed for any reason and the effects of the economic the virus are painfully obvious massive unemployment massive business closures massive wealth destruction closing the world economy has subjected the world population to unprecedented stress until a few weeks ago especially in the United States I Fuge number of those now employed unemployed some seventeen million and counting never and this is true never entertain the slightest idea that they would ever lack a job right the now out of the blue they have been forcibly idled worried about paying the rent paying the mortgage paying tuition to say their lives have been disrupted is an understatement the stress for them are is the norm is night and day it is unprecedented in only weeks the wealth destruction has been massive overnight for one K.'s another retirement plans down dramatically this will seriously impact how millions of people live the rest of their lives this is on their minds night and day the stress is unprecedented suddenly in businesses were ordered to shut down no business starts.

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"a. r." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A. R. warned that the corona virus outbreak may slow buyer traffic and that it's difficult to determine how it could impact future sales I'm in Kate's for the income tax filing deadline has been pushed to July fifteenth treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says all taxpayers and businesses will have this additional time to file and make payments without interest or penalties president trump said that if people are expecting refunds they should go ahead and file now so they can get their refund from the IRS more quickly so for this year at least April fifteenth is not the deadline I'm Evan handing from Bloomberg world headquarters in New York I'm Doug prisoner the U. S. equity market dropped today and finished its worst week since the global financial crisis volume is very heavy due to the expiration of options and futures contracts more than eighteen and a half billion shares traded through the day we had dire warnings about the economic impact of the corona virus pandemic as governments move to keep people at home the S. and P. was down more than four point three percent on the day and over the course of the week the indexes lost fifteen percent in today's session the Dow was off four and a half percent the nasdaq composite dropped three point eight percent Senate Majority Leader McConnell said he wants to pass a massive stimulus bill by Monday the legislation is expected to top one trillion dollars however treasury secretary Mnuchin called the bill too small the fed announced a coordinated action to keep dollar liquidity ample around the world the fed also expanded its money market operation to include some municipal debt crude oil tumbled eleven percent in New York trading on reports Russia has raised output could be a sign of Russia's commitment to a price war with Saudi Arabia at the same time the oil regulator in Texas has been invited to address the OPEC meeting in June crude oil settled New York trading at twenty two forty three Walmart said it stepping up worker bonuses and hiring during the corona virus outbreak more from Bloomberg Vinny del ju dice the giant retailer says it plans to dole out five hundred fifty four million dollars in early in special bonuses as much as three hundred dollars a pop the reward employees running in overdrive to keep stores stocked up with food and other vital supplies Walmart also says it plans to hire an additional one hundred fifty thousand hourly workers a move that could help buffer the sudden increase in unemployment any doubt judicial Burke radio today shares in Walmart were down four and a half percent global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalist and analyst in more than one hundred twenty countries this is Bloomberg his best insight in the context of the market value added Mrs news reports out thousands of news stories today but some really stick with you it's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the Bloomberg stories you're.

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"a. r." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Are fourteen okay don't be such a horse's bleep give me a break and by the way they the union guy when he says this is not okay what he's talking about there is Joe Biden who'd been pointing at the guy the whole time as he's talking to him pointing you know just in his general direction when it got heated there Joe Biden was putting his finger in his face and that's what the guy said Hey this is not okay and then Joe Biden basically threatens to slap the guy and threatens to take him outside Joe Biden must have thought that this guy was corn pop or something but this is a sign of somebody who is not well to get this mad and to be this wrong right off the bat just out of the blue jays you don't know what the hell you're talking about I don't even know what's going on no no I never said that I never said that road no way I'm not taking away your A. R. fourteens well good but the A. R. fourteen doesn't exist because you're talking about banning the R. fifteen again or is this a reverse auction which is worse is it an A. R. fifteen it's worse or the mythical unicorn the A. R. fourteen are you know the closer you get to one does that make it's worse or does the higher number worse which which one is it Joe now going to make your A. R. fourteen away and we're gonna take your magnum magnum twenty two or something I don't know we're just going to get a one last little bit with this confrontation cut five go ahead there's.

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"a. r." Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"A. R. I just wanted to touch on not something with the virus yeah I guess very good call your code is nineteen now and I retired army I served three tours in Korea who is US army giveaway who you with all right currently I work for while I'm I'm I'm still a federal employee I don't know but who you with which which part of the who you with I was very I corps I was a truck mechanic wrecker operator very good very good thank you anything that runs on fuel basically goes up and down the road regardless what I wanted to mention was not you know if the south Koreans are extremely cautious with buyers and spreading eight they were other surgical mask right everyone when it gets cold there wearing a mask it's just amazing how about this is not turning out because not all right I had this crazy theory the other day and now I I you're you're like basically touching on it but think about the population in China think about how many folks and they are under receive that you know I I I the strange doing years ago and she said thank you they forcibly are aboard you know population correct is this a Holocaust feet female babies in China because of the the one filed route absolutely yeah so I mean it's a crazy idea it's not right I'll think about it all all the terror right now also what what is the what what is your theory Rick would you spit out your theory well my experience are you know they still got twenty people left the runner country weather traffic it wreaked out throughout the planet now so you're you're being kind of up to use you're not getting to the point so what do you think happened what is your theory Rick wow spit it out not to the man who hates consumers one hundred we are determined to deliver it really okay so you think the Chinese Communist Party is so confident in that capacity to control a biological agent that they did this deliberately because one thing and some people said this and it's not out of the realms of possibility that this is an accident from biological weapons facility in that region but you think they did it deliberately and that they think they can control this Rick I don't think they control you control it but I'm I agree with you I but but for this to very to have legs they have to think that vacant control it do you think that's a realistic theory do you think the Chinese communist party's so deluded that not only would they willfully release an agent into their own population but that they actually think they could control its spread so members of the party and others and the people who they value would not die as a result because that's a that's a big leak my friend R. well I mean when it comes down to it you know and it when a regime is desperate you think about it this is not going to make a dent in their population even the losses that they've had now yeah look I I've said it before is that in a you know a hundred times in the last fourteen months we've had this show I love up conspiracy theories I have a whole bookshelf of conspiracy suit very tomes in my basement but I love them as entertainment and entertainment alone because there's a reason they called conspiracy theories and alt conspiracy facts so let's wait and see even even as evil a communist regime is trying to I find hard to posit the reality that they would do this deliberately and believe they could control it accidentally it look it happened it happened multiple times in the Soviet Union that NBC weapons facilities have leaks and the people dive you saw what happened in travel bill through arrogance not through any deliberate measure of sabotaging VAT plant but at the end of the day let's.

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"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"He's always there is no news news station eighty A. R. news now it's three thirty and Becky Lynn and here is our top story he T. A. R. well because of a coding problem with an app that was being used for reporting the vote the results of last night's Iowa caucuses are just now coming in not all the precincts have reported in though only about sixty two percent at this point your voice your vote twenty one hours later and after some major technical difficulties were getting the first results from yesterday's Iowa caucuses with information from sixty two percent of the precincts it appears to have been a good night or former mayor people to judge and Vermont senator Bernie Sanders with Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Biden rounding out the second tier ABC news political director Rick possible so if this if this order of finish for these percentages are going to be the final ones in Iowa but again that that would appear to be pretty good news if your people to judge and Bernie Sanders on would that be in a in a pretty close battle for number one depending on what else happens in the other outstanding caucus sites and again that's only sixty two percent of the precincts we are waiting on results from the other thirty eight percent as for the candidates they've made their way on to New Hampshire for that state's primary one week from today with continuing coverage of the Iowa caucuses Terry Alden or ABC news president trouble become only the second president in U. S. history to deliver a state of the union address after being impeached by the house the other Bill Clinton in nineteen ninety nine valley political expert Stan Barnes says even though the Senate is expected to work with the president tomorrow he can't imagine a more tension filled environment the senators and and members of Congress they too we'll we'll be looking and and acting differently because the impeachment you can hear the president's state of the union address live here on K. T. A. R. news beginning at seven o'clock tonight continuing coverage on K. T. A. ours investigation into Arizona firefighters denied healthcare coverage while battling cancer happening right now firefighters are filling a Senate Appropriations Committee at the state capitol this afternoon this meeting holds the fate of the bill that would fix the loopholes in the current law making it you're a beautiful for cities to cover firefighters to pay for firefighters cancer treatment time now for traffic let's check in with the two a day and in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you regular wear off and not stumbling for a change I don't have any freeway crashes but I got a bunch going on in the service treat and we do have some extra minutes you're freeway so let's start with a few rides on twenty nine minutes northbound I. seventeen from the split north to Peoria twenty five minutes west bound one of one Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard west the seventy Fifth Avenue thirteen minutes going northbound on the fifty one from make down north to bell road and the also looking at slowing on the I ten was bound from the state route fifty one west out to just passed over rice most of the moderate slowing go not like I said service street racks twenty fourth street south of Rozier Central Avenue north of Bethany home road Dobson in Warner a stray a parkway north of Elliott and also restrictions of it cave creek ranch of all the drive the traffic report brought.

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"a. r." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KQED Radio

"To death for agreeing to speak with me about American I appreciate it of course my area so when did you first hear about American interestingly I never heard about it nobody approached me for a blurb or anything like that and then one day a copy of the A. R. C. with a note from Jeanine show up what is the A. R. C. the advance readers copy you know the the galleys that they send out for review and and blurbs and they said the booksellers and so forth and it came in there was a little note from Jeanine in thanking me and I thought well that's cool one reason I just wanna make sure we get very specific some ask you this specific question okay yeah there is this Huffington post article written by David J. Schmidt the articles largest accusation is that there is a scene a specific scene in American dirt we're a young boy is crushed by a garbage truck and David Schmidt is saying it it appears just too similar and therefore it lifted potentially from your book the leak of sleeping children okay six can you tell us about what you witnessed in terms of the garbage truck or was that something that you heard from someone else in your own kind of research process and it wasn't it wasn't research it was live tell me and what does it mean when you see something that you lived and then someone says we're seeing it in this book yeah I felt sick at heart honestly I mean my my response you know what Schmidt and gore but both were talking to me about this what it I think what was my and I said I buried that child so you know there's no theoretical thing about it I didn't read about it I didn't lift it from anywhere I didn't get the image of the little body crushed into the soft garbage soil which is in my book because that's what happened these were boys that I knew and this is the the don't pay the she writes about it's been gone forever is the danger of you know research in old books I guess but these are all people that I've been with since the eighties since the seventies do you have a relationship which I mean you you know of her own came out of the blue I'd never heard of her I had no idea about the book at all and I put it aside because I'm really busy doing all kinds of other stuff and you know me wife Cindy picked it up and see that god this is interesting and started reading it with some enthusiasm like everybody does it the first couple of pages and then she started getting very agitated and we started talking about as I would you know what what's the problem is she basically said that there's a lot of material in this it seems awfully familiar your your wife said that to you yeah and then she got really angry the depression one so she kept on reading even though she had like a wait a second there's something here that looks like we celebrate today on my husband's writing I'm I'm gonna keep going here well I thought no no no I don't know that now you know I went into denial because I I you know me me with my Jesus complex I want everybody to love everybody so so when your wife was saying to you please look there's there's this here it sounds too familiar you were saying now it now is there a lot of stories like this right there are a lot of stories well I I I think you understand this I thought you know I don't want to read this I don't want to read this book in because if what she's feeling is true US I don't know I you know a literary scandal is definitely not something I want and I thought it was you know I'm seeing that Sandra loved it I'm seeing that you know the rain dance sums up in Julia I thought and don Winslow but the more we talked about it the more I thought the details seemed really odd and really off and yeah there are things it seems very much inspired by some of my books and then you know I get a name check in the book and I thought that's really weird everybody in our genre if you want to call it that knows how difficult this journey has been how hard it is to represent in our own voices are experiences and how to get New York to understand or take this seriously you know I've had a real battle my whole career and I think you know because we've talked a lot of times but you know my first book which seems to inspired things in this novel was rejected for ten straight years my idea come on they would not publish it and there are two things germane to my response to all that's happening right now one was when I first started sending their booking it was about the D. wanna garbage dumps unaccompanied minors you know the the pin either it is or find a door deals prisons people who are suffering at the border and it came out in nineteen ninety three but they wouldn't publish it and I I first started submitting it in nineteen eighty three okay and do things New York said to me which I've never forgotten one nobody cares about starving Mexicans that was a rejection from a New York publisher and my response was I know you don't care that's why I wrote the book but the other one which stung and we'll show you how may he gonna I really am because it was going out under the name Lisa right in editor from New York in the rejection told me no American reader is going to read a book by somebody with a name is strange is yours and they said you know you should think about changing your first name to the anglicised like be Louis Louis or another name entirely and I got all the wanna and I thought well you know is who's done I'm gonna add my middle name and I became please bear with ray and I was like how do you like that and you know what they didn't like that so let me ask you about that before we get into some other issues yeah let me ask you about the issue of the name of the author on the book so how does the fact that she's not Jenny not about is ginning Gomez or Jeanine lane yeah I know that's not that's not the issue at all I don't think I mean you know how many people have written brilliantly about may he go over the border with Anglo names in yeah I don't think that's the issue at all nor is it the issue that people are angry that she's made a fortune off of it I think the part of the issue is that you know it is I hate to say it it's a minstrel show with the absolutely wrong miss handled served cartoonish lack of knowledge about us about our culture about the front they're not.

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"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:05 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A. R. news flash at nine sixteen I bought my play with three things you need to know right down base of police are looking for suspects in an apparent road rage shooting last night your Country Club in Rio Salado parkway ABC fifteen reports the two women were wounded one is in critical condition the NTSB continues to investigate Sunday's helicopter crash that killed former NBA star Kobe Bryant and eight others the foggy weather at the time in Calabasas California is one possible cause tonight's game between the Los Angeles Lakers and clippers at the staples center has been postponed with unanimous support of new firefighter cancer bill passed its introduction in the Arizona house next up the Appropriations Committee the bill will help firefighters good workers compensation benefits as they battle occupational cancer you never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news it's Bruce AJ and Pamela Hughes so the numbers the numbers are in and we now know how much you Arizonans spend on medical marijuana keep in mind there's just over two hundred two hundred twenty thousand of you currently Kerry one of the medical marijuana card it's it's part of the state program okay how many two hundred twenty thousand people having medical marijuana card you were under twenty thousand people but eighty three tons of marijuana last year spending roughly five hundred million dollars at these dispensary legal medical marijuana dispenser expr but that sounds like a lot what do you I was like I don't know I don't know what you know but just free support my own opinion eighty three tons of wheat sounds like a lot we so let's go down as the two thousand nineteen number so let's look at two thousand eighteen okay the number was sixty one tons it went up thirty six percent in one year okay okay but I suffer when I'm thirty six percent in one year does that mean that you had a thirty six percent increase in the number of card holders no you only had an eighteen percent increase in card holders and a thirty six percent increase in usage I cannot do the math but it doesn't exactly Adam how's that that much I know okay please was not just an increase in new users car it was an increase in actual you're seeing more does that make sense okay so chances are in November we are going to have the opportunity to vote once again on whether or not we want recreational marijuana in the state of Arizona it failed and and twenty eighteen by just a very small margin there's really a lot of money put into it will it pass this time around you know well well I'm in favor of recreational marijuana like I don't care smoking I want but I I don't I don't like the ballot measure and the reason why I don't like the ballot measure is because it's not done by the legislature and that's a big distinction for me while I am okay you wanna you wanna supporter recreational marijuana go for it but I I want our state lawmakers to have the ability to change the law as they see fit because you don't know what you don't know as of all I know is what you can look at like best practices so to speak it Colorado or other states that you know come before us so to speak in this area but so there is on a we have our own unique challenges here and I would want to lawmakers to be able to change the legislation as necessary if it is done by a ballot measure then it would have to go back to the voters to change can I tell you I I certainly do but here's I have another problem I have a problem with medical marijuana okay why because my issue with medical marijuana is and I don't know the numbers so I'm gonna make them up of the two hundred so it that's always helpful helpful to make up your own number well I believe it I believe so of the two hundred and twenty thousand medical marijuana card holders in Arizona yeah I'm with a hundred and fifty thousand of them don't actually need it they're probably right I I don't know the percentage that there is not a legitimate medical reason they just want to and by the way I'm okay with you wanting to I have a problem with medical marijuana being an end around to recreational I wish we just had recreational so you didn't have to lie that you have an Earache so it's pot for its people the card costs what was it boxing you know there was one fifty one fifty okay okay so hundred fifty Bucks and when you buy medical marijuana you're paying a premium there's not only are you paying more for it to get the car hi but but but then when you go to the despite first three there's also the taxes in it because I was trying to understand the markup so if you work up pot markup okay but with this seems like this is terrible to me to hear you talk about the pot mark up in your own if you take a look AT three tons of the marriage I wanna roughly five hundred eighty million dollars spent in dispensaries buying it this is all legal yeah it works out to an average of about thirty five hundred dollars a pound whoa when I went looking like how much is a pound of marijuana which by the way I logged in as Steve easy he was already logged into the computer and I only did that search under his name yeah like if we go to California we go up to the you know northern California where they grow the wheat we can get a pound of weed for between eight hundred and one hundred dollars a pound what is it here for this thirty five hundred.

A. R. Rio Salado
"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"T. A. R. news times a twelve time now for the PTA our time line was seasons Meister brought you by the husband wife lot team of Briar law protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since nineteen ninety six good morning it's January fifteenth and on this day in nineteen forty three the largest office building in the world was open okay so it's not just any office building in Arlington county Virginia the Pentagon has been the headquarters for our department of defense for the past seventy seven years it was built in less than two years and is noticeably the shape of a Pentagon done it's actually spread out instead of built up word mostly because there is a steel shortage during World War two and they decided to build it using concrete the total cost of the building just over eighty three million dollars there are six and a half million square feet with over twenty six thousand employees working in that building not to mention their over seventeen miles of corridors that you can walk did you know that the Pentagon was actually built with bathrooms for both black people and white people during segregation but President Roosevelt visited the facility and told them to remove the signs it became the only building in Virginia at the time were segregation laws did not apply it's the heart beat of our nation's defenses and it was dedicated on this day in nineteen forty three coming up on a fourteen detour Dandolo earlier when we first learned it Larry fitzgerald was going to be coming back the cardinals try to make us all feel a little better about how bad the traffic was by reminding us yeah but the fitzgeralds coming back right right we still have those kind of bad right times are you think it's going to be an awesome season coming up for the cardinals due to that Leri signing but it's reality yeah we still got a bunch of racks we got wrecked but you know what the right times of come down a little bit they're not as bad as they were our biggest nag of all was in the east valley on the I. ten west bound north the baseline where that crash is now just blocking the right lane it was due to a fluid spilled from that crash that causes sixty minute delay but it is an hour and writes I'm still from the Santander the seventeens but but I expect to start seeing some improvements here we do have other rex to on the two to read about freeway westbound at fifty second street of forty nine minute ride though still hanging out of the one oh one seventy Fifth Avenue to Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard so still some work to do this Robert deport brought to you by gateway community college make careers in beauty and wellness happening gateway community college classes started March visit gateway C. C. dot E. D. U. America but community college teacher and get your is partly cloudy today the high seventy three the low tonight fifty four and mostly cloudy tomorrow a twenty percent chance of rain with a high of seventy weather's brought to you by.

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"a. r." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Thanks now continuing now with our in depth look at the year ahead we're going to once again visit the twenty twenty real estate forecast summit held by an A. R. recently in Washington DC at that event I spoke to the immediate past president of an A. R. Johns maybe real tore with a diner realty in Edina Minnesota and I asked John about the positive effects of today's ultra low mortgage interest rates absolutely give the people an opportunity of all levels to get an American dream of homeownership because those mortgage interest rates as low as they are can mean either a lower monthly payment on your mortgage or people who thought they had a certain ceiling in price might be able to stick with the same payment and go higher correct and absolutely and I think we've seen a and also some of the regulations to get a mortgage and all of the two thousand and five up to two thousand ten some of those regulations have kind of made a little bit easier for people to qualify to and that's very important that's wonderful yeah kids of mortgages are more accessible to more people we have more home sales we have more home owners across American and especially helps that that entry level buyer interesting and Sir John as we look ahead we also have the advantage of home price appreciation moderating somewhat it's not going up as quickly as it was how about that well I I again is that you know price growth moderation you know it's only the old saying real stays local depends on where you are but sustainable price increases are you know in that five percent range I think it too crazy I think that that that you know that can lead to some to some really hard times in a business so yes nice moderate growth is really good for the real estate industry the biggest challenges of course include lack of inventory they just aren't enough homes for sale in many markets across America John how on earth do we solve that problem well I think that the you know time will solve this problem and I think on the local state and national level we're looking at different things that we can do to help but not affordable market were looking to help a builder's making sure that they can build affordable property so I think that America not in many many different areas of government of real estate homeowners home sellers you know all these constituents are working together in a partnership looking at how we can solve this problem that's a really good point John because really at this event hello you've gotta communists you have state centered economists one you have the national association of home builders you have the national association of real tors and you also have the department of housing and urban development that's huge and I was really thought it was interesting with I think we had for junior here we had Florida we have done Texas and California and all that a little bit of difference started tell about their market wars are going in different up schools different successes and I think that that's what makes America so great that's very interesting John you've heard today from people from all the different corners of America cool so what's the bottom line our most people who really know housing in their states optimistic about twenty twenty and beyond I think so time naturally it all in sales I'm a natural and optimistic guide I I'm going to read the optimistic side of the coin first but the I think most people feel housing market is very sustainable right now there are things that we can do to make it better and we're going to really work hard to do that I think one of things we have to do that separates the you know the best from the best is the ability to understand and study this is a study moment for us learn more about the real estate market how it affects you and your home street all across America so any are decided to put this event on itself it's leading the pack why is it important for any are to be leading rather than fall man I'll tell you in today's world there's so much noise out there it comes from so many different areas right now the competition for our voice the best news that you're gonna get about the real estate and statistics about the real estate market and industry is from the national association of realtors nobody else that's why this is so important John it's always a pleasure talking to you and I know that you're just wrapped up your year as president of any are and now your immediate past president that's going to be a pretty busy year too but eventually you will get back to running your brokerage day by day yeah I absolutely well it's been a marvelous year and exceeded my expectations the realtors all across America from staff the agents to brokers have been now so kind I'm so impressed with how the passion how much people care about the greatest industry in the world awesome John thank.

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"a. r." Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"What your thoughts on this another school shooting and you've got to dad got others injured the shooter turned the gun on himself he's in great condition you know the mainstream media is not covering it as much as I thought they would you want me to tell you why because it wasn't a mass shooting with an A. R. fifteen or an A. K. forty seven see how sick twisted SO bees they are yet to people really died two people that lost their lives and their families will suffer forever with a handgun lost their lives but I guess that's not sexy enough I guess that's not important enough for the mainstream media no they're more concerned about impeachment even though impeachment isn't going really well for the Democrats as it impeachment just really doesn't seem to be going well for the Democrats does it no of course not because the Democrats are also loony sorry they just start and you know I'll tell ya I've met a lot of Democrats and I know a lot of Democrats especially the old school Democrats and they don't even like to be compared to the lunatic Democrats of today because the lunatic Democrats of today are just that lunatics I mean they just are and really what gets me are those that don't like to admit their liberal all they'll try to say there everything else but why do you believe in a certain ideology your behavior your speech your actions the way you live basically shows me and others that you are a liberal Linny but yet for some reason you just don't want to seem to admit that why are you embarrassed to really call yourself out in terms of well what you are me seriously think about that for a moment yes your self that have you asked yourself that I mean it is this is incredible to me it's absolutely incredible to me all right again phone lines going crazy and we're gonna jump tia here right when we come back.

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"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here on K. T. A. R. news and you're going all sports talk talk prep sports right which is you know what this is something that got me pretty fired up this yeah this mountain point assistant football coach sharing info with opposing coaches in a plans play you're currently in championship games now and not just bad a football also basketball so it's still unclear as to why yeah the motivation of one of your coaches to. send game plan plays strategy it cetera two opposing teams before you play them but here's the here's something that I a little bit off at two so we got the one bad guy right yes I mean this yeah. what responsibility do the coaches on the receiving end of this have that's because it it took one coach in Nevada it literally to come out and say Hey by the way you know somebody reach upset me your stuff yeah they were gonna play of faith Lutheran high school and they said Hey you got a got a look at the reasons are the only honest people. that's all right and yet no that's what really got me upset because you had coaches from Perry high school and Chandler high school and pinnacle high school and bro fee it's the win at all costs is okay dishonesty is fine it again so that the other two issues we can acknowledge right why is the one coach not working out he is his own team and and and hindering his own team's ability to win and then we'll these other coaches that received the information how did they use it did they use they believe it was real and why did Ming immediately say something and report right those are all the questions now we don't know for sure that maybe they saw all this information every single one is coaches but considering they it that it nonpoint lost a couple of championships gate championship games where this apparent email account this one coach from nonpoint had think of me yeah yeah Walter Payton twelve at Yahoo uses Yahoo is any number yeah yeah but I I I you know I set myself you don't there's not that money much money involved in high school football right like what's the most you would betting on that the on trying to change the game but I heard the possibility that he was not happy with IT ministration okay because disgruntled employee yes because he didn't get a position that he wanted right he thought he was actually gotten a promotion for lack of better terms it didn't get one so he was going to stick around and sabotage the program you know how many people are you leading to how many people you're hurting they didn't they didn't you know that didn't. that's that's not your name your rating to hurt the administrator of the administration's you take it out on on a on a bunch of juniors and seniors yeah you know and you got to think too the kids on these opposing teams they were ripped off too because they think they won these games parents. yeah and it might have been due to this back room cheating it's awful we're going to get a really really bad all right say forty seven now K. T. A. R.. this entertainment news and Stacy Brooks brought you by bada fires on his premier cool sculpting provider freeze your unwanted fat no surgery no downtime to see before after photos visit frees me AZ.

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"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A. R. news. TA our in depth we all deserve to live in a city that accepts our individuality and our freedom of expression and a core tenet of our nation is freedom of religion but freedom of religion does not mean freedom to discriminate that's mayor Kate guy a go not very happy with the ruling from the Arizona Supreme Court handed down yesterday it is very specific and very narrow case is I will try to break it down for here in in just a second it was this company brushing them which Kevin just mention that is you know they they create custom wedding invitations and they said that we're not gonna do this for a same sex couple if they were to come to us now this they they hadn't already discriminated against anybody they just said Hey is we take a look at Phoenix is anti discrimination ordinance this you know we're we we gonna find ourselves violating this because it violates our ability to exercise free speech which of course the Supreme Court United States is rolled in the past that is free speech artistry is free speech and if somebody comes to you and says Hey I want you to create this which is a great this thing that goes against what you believe then really aren't they saying and the government's backing him up on this one because that you know they would be fine if they were to not do it and if they didn't pay the fine let's be honest they will go to jail right so that is that the government saying you are forced to say something that you don't believe in but here's the really important part about this case all right it we we can argue all day long about what what qualifies as discrimination what doesn't qualify as discrimination whether this is an anti gay rule a or a okay but really it is not because this thing is darned specific it really is and Monica Lindstrom break that down for us use our key TA our legal analyst this case is the first here in Arizona that answers the question at least somewhat of what wins out for. of religion or same sex marriage but she adds this does not set widespread presidents this case was about compelled speech it is unconstitutional to force plaintiffs or compel them under the threat of criminal prosecution to say something or to create an artistic expression like a wedding invitation she says enter a blog post which you can find a K. T. A. R. dot com that it's possible that other businesses in Arizona are going to try to use this case is justification to discriminate against same sex couples and end their marriages but wall this decision is lengthy and involved it can really only be used in a situation that has multiple and specific qualifications the specific qualifications in this case a person or a business that doesn't want to custom make wedding invitations for same sex wedding custom made being the operative word there right so there is you know there's a lot of people are gonna say wow this is going to just open the door for all sorts of insanity and people being turned away from businesses and now you know and one other thing I I've I've made this point before you know I I'm I have no problem with same sex marriage fact I supported the ideal long before it became the law of the land I don't think the government should be saying well you know we're gonna for this opportunity to some people but not others write it but. you know I kind of don't understand why somebody would want to go to somebody who doesn't support what they are going to do like we've seen cases on a country with wedding photographers and and cake makers you know would you want to eat the cake. that wedding with the end the following photographs all it turned out blurry I wonder why you know so all right once again very near a really and read for yourself you'll see how Meryl this ruling is if you if you read Monica's blog post again it KTAR dot com seven eighteen now K. T. A. R.. and we will talk more about the traffic.

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"a. r." Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Well on top of all that folks it's Friday. a minute drum is bumping then made these at least keep it bones I got yeah at last they really. maybe we dance within the bulls this so come in for your team we're team being whatever you. sobre battle suit yeah. yeah beta man what is Betamax Betamax. look at him go wasn't. no no don't grab that from Johnny that's not an A. R. fifteen okay he's just happy to see you thank you so okay no no you don't. well that's pretty good. he wants he wants a live stream this. it's over it's over yeah yeah it's over bed only yeah he's trying to live. don't be seen playing the drums I did not is playing the drums and he looked like he was hacked off because of my was video and he stopped. the one man yeah. one bad at all Hey speaking of drums and music any money all my gosh what a talent this gentleman was.

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"a. r." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"For their own use these are multibillion dollar companies that have invested in the technology in house they're not sharing it what we're doing is bringing a are to the small medium and large sized commerce companies and were democratize unit for small monthly fee you can access our platform and integrate a R. onto your commerce site next tech A. R. can also be used on a very for use by over one and a half million people if you want to reach a target audience Facebook is where you go we've actually figured out a way to integrate three D. advertising into the Facebook platform and it's literally dropping drag a three D. objects into your feet and it allows interaction that wasn't available before we can actually see the object in three D. from an advertising perspective it's a very big deal though next A. R. is currently focused on each commerce E. learning and live streaming that's really only the beginning it's literally just limited by your imagination and that's always a fun place for me to just be able to imagine a new experience that you might have using augmented reality and then turning that into a business that gets me up every morning at the Dauphin of A. R. accelerate next check has been keeping pace with strategic acquisitions and a our technology launches you can track their progress on the OTC under the symbol and yeah yeah and on the C. S. C. their symbol there is an E. A. R. coming up next quite possibly your herb garden will never be the same legalization here we're excited to offer beginner friendly homes okay later this year and later he didn't have a crystal ball but he may be right really what we saw was distributed energy was going to be the future of the electricity we'll be right.

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"a. r." Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KTOK

"Get a good starter project just cutting introduce yourself to the tools and and everything like that is go for an A. R. fifteen build you know it not even if you don't put the upper receiver together just the lower receiver that's kind of a good in an introduction to help the trigger mechanism and everything like that works in a way that I started also was just cleaning any gun that I can get my hands on just completely stripping it down and putting it back together not just putting back together but understanding how each part works and what what part does what and that's where you're gonna get your mechanical understanding for the farm and and really as best places are gone missing is but to do that take things apart put them back together and in the process you know Starz occurred to me that gunsmith has to be able to see things in three D. to understand how this moves in that actuates that and then the moves this thing and that spring engages in when you got all your parts laid out there on the table you kind of got that exactly and yet so for example when someone calls and has a problem with a gun what I'm doing in my mind is going through every component of that firearm in the process of what's what's happening and where it's stopping at and from there I can usually diagnose what the issue is just by doing that and having that knowledge stop for a second about safety things to the people need to be aware of for going to work on or symbol guns yes our protection and if you're gonna be assembling a or fifteen upper receivers are putting barrels of firearms men's face gauges I protection because springs have a way of throwing things in weird places and you know stuff happens in what just where some clear eye protection while you're working on guns okay that makes sense describe what a headspace gauges so a headspace gauge is going to insurers bird let let you insure that that chamber in that rifles complete is compatible with that particular bowl you're using so that you don't run into excessive head space into little head space which McCall the pecan chamber pressure case to rupture and and and it's a big safety concern and head space gauges will save you from that yeah easy headspace cagey go no go gauges I mean it is an important thing yeah I should say too little head space and you could jamba Karcher Jan actually crimp the case down on the bullet you could end up with the excess pressure but too much head space now you have a case stretches out actually split the case open and you got a face full power it is not okay you're lucky you're lucky there lighting up yeah right had that happen not because of head space are you put the wrong round in a rifle you can have that happen to use yeah I heard that is true but but yes it did happen to me hello out there Caleb thank you so much this is really good info I love the idea that you guys help people do this when I say I don't know how to do it the brownells website you got it if you get stuck call in your doctor or when your gun decks yeah absolutely and and part of my passion and a lot of the land and a lot of my coworkers passions is actually spreading misinformation so it it's been it's been a real pleasure absolutely why we take care keep building keep work all that well thank you so much all right fun stuff and you know it's never been easier to.

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"a. r." Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KGO 810

"Of the contract if we're going to start saying they can't be posting whatever they want and private groups on their own time except then maybe what we need to do is re visit the first amendment altogether I've heard on the station a number of times you included saying that the founding fathers could never have envisioned an A. R. fifteen rifles we we need to revisit the second amendment well I think the same goes holds true for the first the founding fathers could never have envisioned a platform where people that quite frankly should not have a voice can project that voice worldwide a cave the internet yeah maybe we have a look at that I yeah I mean it is provocative Peter your point as usual I think you're a provocative collar which I love I think I I think the parallel on amendments might be a little tortured but none the less I I appreciate it and look it's certainly a complicated matter I don't know that a revision in the amendments necessary although again I think you're just being provocative but I do feel as though you know end users that is to say law enforcement jobs and other authorities associated with employment universities in the light they can use it as a yardstick if they want to that's part of the free society that may reflect who these people are that's why it's a legit question you know that's why it's a question should these people and their post legitimately be considered in the ramp up to employment or in the discussion of getting read and read a somebody of terminating an officer or other person anyway thanks for the call and I hope your call again I'm sure you will and I look forward.

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"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"a. r." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A. R. independent thoughts independent life this is Chad that set my name's Greg November Chad on the cabin and show glad you with me eight four four big chat you're on with programming for forty Chad and Twitter you can follow me at Chad Benson show yesterday we told you about Nike putting in charge the new CEO it's Colin Kaepernick is now the CEO of Nike because you get to tell him what use they can sell because he didn't like it he I how dare you put out a shoe that has the American flag on it because you know that was the original American flag the Betsy Ross flag Hey do you guys remember when Betsy Ross used to be a hero to women a feminist so Betsy Ross was awesome now evidently she's associate with slavery so you cannot have the Betsy Ross flag on a Nike shoe because the CEO Colin Colin Kaepernick has told them that they can't and they're worried about the twitterverse the the disproportionate influence of the twitterverse you get four thousand so called woke so called social justice warriors going after Nike and they will just melt down like a snowball on a hot plate and so they they panicked and they pulled the shoe we told you about that now we have senator Mitch McConnell responding to this he was speaking in Lexington Kentucky and here's what he had to say cut seven so if we're in a political environment where the American flag has become controversial to Americans they we got a problem I hope Nike either relations issues or some other shoemaker picks up the flag puts it on a pair of shoes start selling it I'll make the first order awesome and more and more politicians are chiming in on that we had the governor of Arizona yesterday say we were gonna pull away any kind of in financial incentives we were gonna give that Nike to build one of their plants here in New Mexico says Hey we'll take it so here we go with that kind of game the idea though that Nike who makes so much money off Americans is going to cave to somebody who says the American flag is offensive well not not the American flag only the Betsy Ross American flag really then why did he kneel during the national anthem because the American flag as offensive to him because he believes that represents racist cops and a racist culture and systemically racist nation where he's wrong but that's what he thinks he has the right to think it but now he's going to jump in on that and expect us to buy their shoes so good for senator Mitch McConnell and then and then I love this piece by the Wall Street journal editorial board Nike's patriotic fumble because they're talking about how how Nike is so hypocritical Nike works in China China this oppresses its people today not seventeen seventy when there was slavery here but today sweatshop labor and if China says John Nike says how high so here's the Wall Street journal saying that you know last year the company launched an ad campaign featuring a black and white photo of Colin Kaepernick bearing the words believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything course governing didn't sacrifice everything sacrificing everything means you give up your life like you die like Jesus sacrificed everything right.

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