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What Is mRNA? Dr. Robert Malone Explains
"I want to read one of your quotes here for the audience. The government is not being transparent with us about what the risks of the vaccine are. And so I want to focus on that quote, but I also want you to explain to our audience, what is, and I'm going to hopefully get this right. mRNA, what is an mRNA vaccine? What is the technology? And what is a spike protein? And let's do that all in 30 seconds. Yeah, exactly. You can take the beauty of the podcast doctors, you could take as long as you want. So yeah. And I have on many occasions, I tend to get a little long winded on this topic. And you and probably hopefully many of your viewers have seen some of those other podcasts. So I'm going to try to go quick. The central dogma of biology is that DNA makes RNA RNA makes protein. Now let's talk about the scary word mRNA this acronym. What does that mean? There are many different kinds of RNA. What is RNA? It's a great big long molecule. You can think of it as like pearls on a pearl necklace. In each pearl is a different letter, but there's only four letters, just like with your computer there's only two, zeros and ones with the sequence that biology has selected or has been created, depending on how you see the world. There are four bases. There are four chemical entities in DNA those are AT, GC and RNA, they're AUG GC. So you and T are kind of interchangeable. And so it's a form based code in a long string that's negatively charged. And there are many different types of RNA. There is RNA that's used to shuttle amino acids. To the little bio robot that does the manufacturing that's called transfer RNA. There's RNA that is the scaffold that built that about which the little bio robots that manufacture proteins are built and that's called ribosomal RNA. And then there's RNA that confers information from DNA in the nucleus out to those little bio robots that manufacture proteins. And that's called a message. And so it's a messenger RNA or mRNA. What is RNA, the acronym is ribonucleic acid are in a, that's where that comes from. And so it may sound spooky and scary and very different. It's really dead easy. It's messenger ribo nucleic acid. It's just an acronym
Why Mollie Hemingway Wrote 'Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections'
"This story of how the media unnecessarily divides us I think is the biggest story of our time Really I don't think that the country 30 40% of the country are genuinely dumb people I don't think that so you have to ask yourself why do they believe the things they believe And the answer is because they're told it often and isolated from the truth That's why Someone who doesn't lie to you and tells you the truth is a Molly Hemingway senior editor at the federalist who has a terrific book out rigged how the media big tech in our Democrats seized our elections And might I add everything else to Molly Welcome to the show Thanks for joining us It's great to be here with you Molly you are a genuine media professional You know how it works You called at the last second which I love because I do the same thing You've done so much media You know they say call it one It really means one O 5 with 30 seconds And I like the way you optimize your time Very strategic and I got to say right Jim she cut it right up to the end That super impressed you one of the best Your book rigged how the beauty of big tech and the Democrats seized their elections It's been flying off the shelves It's a big issue And the media narratives about the election Molly are crazy I mean when you ask commonsense questions like hey what happened in Pennsylvania With the last minute unconstitutional changes to election law all of a sudden we're conspiracy theorists and crazies even though Hillary Clinton still thinks she won the 2016 election Your thoughts Exactly Exactly That's why I wrote it I was appalled how after the election even though we all experienced it as the weirdest election of our lifetimes with all the changes to the rules and the processes and the mail in ballots and the Zuckerberg funding and everything you weren't allowed to notice it or say anything And that just struck me as deeply suspicious And so I knew I wanted to look into it and figure out what actually had happened And I'm really glad
Why Inflation Is a Double Kick to the Cojones
"Making matters worse how inflation is a double kick to the cojones It's not just that you don't have assets if you're relatively poor or middle class or enough assets to offset the massive price increases for the things you need to buy Consumption as a percentage of your income things you have to consume purchase to stay alive Food gasoline rent As a percentage of your income is a lot When you factor in rent mortgage and food for some middle class and poor folks it's like some you know 80 sometimes 90% of their income You think it's the same for a Warren buffet or a Bill Gates Folks the guy could have a $10 million house Warren Buffett and it's zero zero zero 1% of his income It's nothing It's peanuts for them So making matters worse consumption for them or the things they have to consume and buy where the prices are more or small sliver of what they're worth It's nothing to them It's a tip in a restaurant Ken langone explained this beautifully He was on CNBC Here's him yesterday queue up for me cut 7 It's about 30 seconds long saying hey listen folks this is gonna feed on itself It's gonna get worse You better not play this thing down Check this out Where do you think we are in terms of policy in this country rise What is it 70% think we're headed the wrong direction You started it Ken I don't want to get political but let me give you a warning This inflation is a lot worse than people think it is not transitory and trust me the little people People like my parents and Larry's parents they're going to suffer because it's a inflation is a regressive tax It is the poor people hardest of all We have serious problems in America Listen you should listen to langone This is a very smart man He got very wealthy being socially smart and having traditional intellectual IQ The intelligence quotient This is a smart guy Disregard what he's saying at your own
Rep. Ted Deutch Strikes Back at Rep. Rashida Tlaib's Anti-Semitic Comments
"Our country must suppose selling weapons to anyone anywhere without human rights law compliance The Israeli government isn't a part time regime not my words the words of Human Rights Watch and Israel's own Human Rights Watch organization bed sullen I urge my colleagues Please stand with me and so reporting you how much time do I have rich Ted deutsches a sort of moderate rather wimpy Democrat not a Florida And even he had enough of this Cut 13 go But mister speaker I can not I can not allow one of my colleagues to stand on the floor of the House of Representatives and label the Jewish democratic State of Israel in apartheid state I reject it today this caucus this body the House of Representatives will overwhelmingly stand with our ally the State of Israel in replenishing this defensive system If you believe in human rights if you believe in saving lives Israeli lives and Palestinian lives I say to my colleague who just besmirched our ally then you will support this legislation may have 15 more seconds 30 seconds Is recognized for an additional 30 seconds Mister speaker we can have an opportunity to debate lots of issues on the House floor But to falsely characterize the State of Israel is consistent with those Let's be clear It's consistent with those who advocate for the dismantling of the one Jewish state in the world And when there is no place on the map for one Jewish state that's anti semitism And I reject that
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on 790 KABC
"I don't know if I'm making sense. There you are, Jean. I want to state It's not taboo. Okay, We do believe things went on. I think, um we all feel the frustration of it. And here's the reality. And I want to be very, very clear. First off. Thank you for everything you've done. Thank you. 100% a million percent and all the volunteers. I'll keep saying that tonight, but all of them, let's be really clear here. The are things that go on. We know there's things that go on, and Dean Logan and the rest of these guys could say, Oh, this. That and the other Here's the reality. 50% of the electorate. Maybe it's 42.6. I don't care don't trust the election system, and that's the reality it probably suppressed from people so voting. It's probably sung some voting different ways. It's going to swing in the next election. The reality is it's not. We need to trust our election system. And we need to do something about it so people can trust that It's a fair election and that I don't care if it's seven gigs place. If they don't trust it, they won't vote correct. I think that voter apathy is more dangerous than voter fraud. And Eric Early, my friend. Yes, sir. You know, um, you're running for attorney general. Uh, what are we going to do, my friend? How are we going to secure me? Tell you something If I get in office as attorney general, I'm going to do a deep dive investigation into this entire voting process in this state. I've got major major problems. Was not only this universal mail in balloting and all the problems that arise from it. But these computerized machines I believe are the scourge of one of the scourges of our country. Right now. You know, I as you know, or and I, uh, one of my clients is one American news network. They're being sued by this company called Dominion right now, and, uh, yeah, and I've got serious serious problems with it. Uh and I'll tell you something. You take a person like a Dean Logan, who is in charge of the elections in L. A county has the most voters of any county in the state and you combine him with The $282 million contract that he and this joke Padilla are former Secretary of State is now are appointed U S senator spent of our taxpayer money to enter into a contract with Smartmatic to control the elections in L. A county. I've got serious, serious concerns about it, and we've got to look into it at the same time. As you said, Uh, so many great voters are being discouraged from voting because of all of these things were concerned about and everybody must vote. We need everybody to vote, but I'll tell you something. Uh, what's going on with the voting now? And the thing that one of the things that troubles me the most is when there are tens of millions of people this country has ever doubts about our voting. It's it's It's not just Republicans. It crosses party lines. It's across all parties. But when you talk now about doing a just a an investigation of the voting systems in our country That that dialogue is completely shut down by the counter operative propaganda. It's unbelievable. People just want a just a standard investigation. But you can't do it with these people. Mind you after Donald Trump was elected president in 2000 and 16. Go check out the movie called Kill Chain. It was made by a mainstream media company documentary. It was all about how these computer machines can be infiltrated because at that time they were more than happy to talk because they wanted to say that Trump stole the election, so you know We got to look into the voting in this country. It's a huge thing. God you've got about 30. Seconds left. What's that? You mentioned that he did deal He made that deal like under the state of emergency didn't go through legislator. Process, And then he got his Senate seat for changing into the downloading the ballot and doing all mail in ballots. Well, Padilla has been kissing up to the Politburo structure in this in this state for so long now and, uh, And of course he was handed the the senator. Ship US censorship by the, uh by the arrogant punk. Listen, Janine, we're probably one of our town hall podcast continuing, And so as we come back with our rebuilt restaurant We want to dive deeper in this, but I want to thank you personally for being a good friend of the week. All deeper Only because I want these good people to be in office. Absolutely. We're going to go ahead and roll. Listen, we've got 30 minutes left before the rebuild. Stay focused. Five people on hold. Let me tell you something. This next 30 minutes. Stay focused. Because this is not the end of the show, but the beginning of a new era and I'm going to say that again. But right now I'm going to ask that you stand back little high to pets. Make sure the Children dead because it's Friday night at the French trolley. It's KBC. We are recall Gavin 2020 dot com The voice of the resistance and of.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on WBUR
"But in terms of the infrastructure bill, it is a bipartisan bill. And there are a lot of Republicans who otherwise would have voted against it reflexively are now saying, Hey, there's money in there for my state like Louisiana, and it could be a way that Biden get some more Republican support for the infrastructure bill. The White House also wants to turn the page. Away from Afghanistan, Republicans and many Democrats, as we know, criticize the withdrawal of the military last month. How long could this political fallout linger? Well, That really depends. I think Republicans are trying to going to try to make it linger as long as possible and kind of turned Biden into a Jimmy Carter figure where there's still Americans or Afghan allies trapped by the Taliban like hostages, But I think it will depend on what happens in Afghanistan, You know. Are there terrorist attacks that are launched from Afghanistan? Does Afghanistan become a safe haven for Terrorist groups that can then attack U. S interests from their, uh, the American people often have a short attention span. And if Afghanistan fades from the headlines, the political fallout might fade, too. But I do think it makes all these other parts of the Biden agenda. Even more urgent passing a big infrastructure bill getting the human infrastructure bill. The reconciliation bill passed. You know, getting hurricanes covid under control. He really has a higher bar now. About 30 seconds with you. I mean, Democrats are also worried the president's current troubles, um could could actually hurt them in down ballot races? How valid of that One argument is that? That's very valid. I mean, they were already looking at a pretty grim outlook for keeping the house. A lot of Democrats in swing district said planned to run as quote Biden Democrats because he was pretty popular when his approval rating slip That makes it harder for them to do that. So, yes, any time the president's approval rating is below 50. It's a problem for his party..
Why Barcelona Legend Messi Is Leaving
"Are finally going to mention what was the biggest sports story on Planet Earth this weekend. It was not anything that happened at the Olympics, and it was not anything that happened in Canton, Ohio, and it was not anything that happened on a baseball diamond near or far from you. It was and I will give new no 30 seconds to explain to everyone who doesn't already know why it's such a big deal. It was Leon l messy the greatest soccer player in the world and his tearful divorce from Barcelona, where he has made himself a legend. And I will admit new. No, I need the education on this. Tell everybody why this happened and why it is the biggest sports story on planet Earth. The simplest thing is Barcelona's finances are so messed up, um, that they can't afford them afford. Afford him. The league wouldn't allow them to sign Messi back even at a 50% discount. Um and I've tried to equate what it would truly be. It would kind of be like with Brady leaving, um, the Patriots. But if Roger Goodell said, Hey, he's not allowed to come back. That's the thing like Sometimes I read about things that happened in international soccer and European soccer in particular, and I am the first to admit, I don't know almost anything about it. I didn't grow up following it. I know enough about it to cover it for television, which I've done for years, but I don't know the ins and outs. And every now and again, things like this happened and I find myself thinking. How do they deal with this? Like what kind of system is this? If this stuff happened in American sports, we'd lose our minds like what's going on right now on the first take in
Perseverance Rover, Ingenuity Helicopter, and the Search for Ancient Life on Mars
"On April 6th in this desolate Martian crater 170 million miles from Earth. Perseverance posed for a selfie with ingenuity. The little helicopter it had just dropped off. Two weeks later. The rovers cameras recorded ingenuity is historic First flight hovering 10 ft. Off the ground for 30 seconds. It may not look like much, but for those who work so long to make it happen. It was a reason to rejoice. Project manager Mimi on led the team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California that's been working on ingenuity for six years. How hard is it to fly a helicopter in Mars? Very, very, very hard. We really truly started with the question of is it possible? A lot of people thought it could not be done because it's really counterintuitive. I mean, you need atmosphere for the place to push atmosphere to get lived. The atmosphere on Morris is completely different than the world atmosphere at Mars is so thin. I mean the room we're in, right. It's compared to that It was 1% of the atmospheric density over there, so The question of really Can you generate enough lift, you know, to really build to lift up anything. That was a fundamental question. In subsequent flights. Ingenuity has gone higher and farther, traveling more than a mile in all over the surface of Mars. It is a triumph not only for NASA, but for its partners in the private sector, who helped make various parts of the helicopter. Don't Let it go. Don't freak out. Matt Keenan has a history of making unusual things that can fly as an engineer at a company called AeroVironment, which produces drones for military and civilian use. I mean, that's incredible 10 years ago for a military research project, Keenan and his team created this robotic hummingbird, which has a tiny camera on board. Whoa! Oh, there it is. Oh, my God. That's amazing. Keenan, an engineer, Ben Pipe Enberg led the AeroVironment team that created ingenuity is rotors motors and landing gear. Why was this so challenging because it has to be a spacecraft as well as an aircraft. And and flying it as as an aircraft on Mars is pretty challenging because of the density of the air That's similar to about 100,000
Companies Recruit for Talent on the Autism Spectrum
"Works. Employees can wear noise, canceling headphones and take breaks in a quiet room or lights are dim. To reduce sensory overload, Friedman says. The most important accommodation companies can make it to change the way they interview applicants on the spectrum. For a person with autism, The 1st 15 or 30. Seconds of an interaction are by far their worst. They're high anxiety about meeting a new person trying to interpret interpersonal queues trying to plan out a conversation to have with that person and those 1st 15 seconds. That's when The other person, a job interview or say, is making their first and lasting impression about exactly hiring managers aren't taking the time to go past that 1st 30 seconds and understand the skills, the talents and the capabilities that exist within those individuals. There are complexities that are inherently inside. These very large data sets at the global accounting firm Ernst and Young. They've scrapped the traditional interview process for applicants with autism. They've replaced it with a series of problem solving challenges. And so if I can ask you all to come up testing, aptitude, creativity and teamwork, I think for this offer people like you know, in a demonstration last year in Chicago before the pandemic required, they work from home. Four current Ernst and Young employees on the autism spectrum were given millions of lines of data to quickly analyze and explain how they presented to a client. If we find that there are areas we can loop back over to this step Ernst and Young has used this technique to hire dozens of employees with autism who work around the world and feels like artificial intelligence, Blockchain technology and cyber security. Is this about corporate responsibility, doing the right thing being altruistic? Make no mistake about it. This is absolutely a business imperative, and it makes great sense from a business perspective. Kelly Greer, Ernst and Young's US chairwoman, says the employees they've hired have saved the company millions of dollars by looking at problems in a different way. And creating algorithms to shortcut and automate processes. That is
Caller Describes 'American Marxism' Flying off the Shelves in San Francisco
"I'm tremendous mark on the thank you for this book. I have to tell you two quick stories. One, uh, when I was in Barnes and noble this morning, and I went down to get it. That was my mission, And I asked the guy behind the counter where it was, and he'd be grudgingly pointed across the room. You know, it's right there, not really giving me much much service, and as I walked over, this was the best part. The guy, another worker at Barnes and Noble how to stack of him and he had to be. He was putting them on the shelf as the line I waited on in four or five people pull them off the shelf. The book I have in front of He was not on the shelf 30 seconds. And just I think it drives them crazy at Barnes and Noble. I'm in the belly of the beast. You know where I am. Santa Rosa County or Healdsburg, North San Francisco. Um And it was literally literally flying off the shelf. I mean, people were there to buy that book. So, uh, I was only up to about page 166, where you talk about Thomas Soul in the quest for cosmic justice, and I had to jump ahead when we When you talked about Chapter seven, I read a lot of political science books. It's what my education is in particularly interested in progressivism and the destructive nature. It has toward our founding principles, and I can't recommend this enough for people. That, um, are interested in this thing interested in saving our country because I have never, ever read a, uh, a chapter like we just went over. You just went over and the way you lay the groundwork for the war we're in And I'm I had never thought of these things that you mentioned the back of this book or Chapter seven. The one you just went over and I read with you. You You read it on the air. Um, brilliant things that the things that I have never seen that I've read thousands of political science books. Well, maybe not
Arizona Mother Calls out School for Disguising 'Critical Race Theory' as 'Anti-Racism'
"Same school board meeting. Cut 14. Now this this mother speaks rather quickly, So you have to listen carefully Cut 14 go in the June 9th governing board meeting you stated unequivocally. The critical race theory is not in Chandler Unified schools. I've spent the last few days reviewing every item available through the district website on the recent summer equity symposium. It was not only saturated with the language of critical race theory, but it was sponsored by Stanford, Arizona political nonprofit who runs the center for anti Racism and Education. Anti racism has become the preferred euphemism for critical race theory. What concerns you the most about what I read, watched and research about the symposium is how you're framing our direction for the district, the moderator said. They're placing equity at the center of our district. I'd like education to be the center of our district. Education should not be viewed as a tool towards equity, but as the ankle itself 30 seconds, you know, Speaker Victor Rios described the education Trinity as parents, teachers and students. But it seems you view it as teachers, administrators and school board. Parents will sit down, shut up and take what we're given and be grateful. You were prioritizing your own personal political agendas above the welfare of this district. Students paying my friends have pulled their students in the district into charter schools and home schools. And they've encouraged me to do the same. I've always been an advocate for public schools and I got valued the resources and opportunities found here. But I find the value diminishing quickly. We have voted you into advocate our Children. We ask that you do so. His parents are Are so stressed by what's going on because it's so outrageous, but we don't call it critical race theory. Now we called anti racism. Oh, Will change the language will change the narrative. You see.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Did. I liked all of it except the parts I was in. Uh, you know that part. I didn't get floor so much, because who likes to watch themselves? You know, but it was. It was fascinating documentary. It is well, but I have to ask. Well, you're presuming your living room wherever in your house. And you're watching yourself on that TV. Tells some of the darkest moments. Oh, man. I was. I was born my eyes out when I was when I was, um, retelling my one of my traumatic calls. Like I could. I could feel the emotion that I had, Then it's as well right back up, and it just took me right back to that. To that moment and place and Um But, you know, I was sitting with my wife and Yeah, we we got through it. Kind of talked it out a little bit afterwards and I'm at a place now where I I'm more able to handle it. Um, so it didn't derail me quite like it could have a couple of years ago. But it was it was tough in it. It brought me right back there again. Can imagine. I've got about 30 seconds for you to answer this, but your life since this was filmed on a film, and it takes a while for things to be Packaged up and ready for T V. What's life like since the filming? It's been It's been mostly good. You know, I still have my ups and downs, but I've got a service dog. Now that helps me get through the days. Um, I do ketamine treatment. Um That that also helps me get through the Through the rough spots, and, uh I I was able to get my pension through work, so that's helped, Um Stabilize us financially, so Things are definitely moving in the right direction for me, and, uh, I have the strength now that when the bad moments come, they don't. They don't derail me for days. It's Truly just bad moments. Got you If you can stick with us just a couple more minutes. We've got to run to a break. But, uh, I want to talk about the purpose of going forward and what your new purposes in your life and what you're doing with your life right now, So we will do that in just a moment when we come back with more. Of road Hope Radio. Where a man my kind of man he just shook kprc 9 50. Real Texas real talk, Honey,.
Ahmed Bouzid: "Audio Is a Lot of Bang for the Effort of 30 Seconds"
"Audio station is something where You could have your own bespoke content on your site. Somebody could click on that station and just hear the audio. That's coming out. So it's a little like your own customized radio station but it's an audio experience so in our case Where the conference. It could be audio of talks and as opposed to Just watching the video you can click it and suddenly you can listen to somebody's conversation. Is that right exactly. One one like the lowest hanging fruit. We're just watching this show in learning beta mode right right the lowest hanging fruit we've discovered right now is audio testimonies right ryan ask so i am. A fan of of voice was global summits. Right and i've been going through a conference for the longest time so i could go undergo thirty seconds of me saying good things about you right up and your conference and you could ask you can send an email say please leave a voice that's montiel and when somebody goes through your websites on this is one thing we learned is a marketers. Website is the center of their life. Right right you know social media all of it is part of it but website is very important so you go there. And you're able to listen to the money's. You're looking at webpage. Though as opposed to a video or or tax testimony people reading here. You're listening and you're going up and down the page and you're able to do those things at the same time at the same time and also voice right. You're hearing the person's character and emotions and will somebody expresses their appreciation of you using their voice. Right that's sort of more compelling than text only and it's less heavy than even ask than a video so if you ask ask me in your recorded video it's bigger I love you know. we'll do it right. I will do it but it's an ask that's heavy on but if you just say go hand to court thirty seconds of you saying something good about us all right. I would do it in a write in a heartbeat. People would do it. Who have relationship with you. So so that thing that balance or that sort of the biggest bang for your effort right is is what makes believe audio so compelling so texas is easy you just type video is heavy but it has a lot of value because rises voice insurance but audio is a lot of bang for the effort of thirty seconds.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Compared to yours, but I my job started an insurance. And the thing I had to do first was, I was the one of the people that had to take all the claims over the phone, so people that are filing insurance claims are not happy. And so that was all day long every day. It was on the phone with somebody who treats you know, Neighbor's tree fell their house or somebody they got in a wreck, or their kid got in a wreck, or, you know somebody stole something and they wanted to follow. You know, And then they weren't getting paid fast enough, and the jester's weren't out there. And so that was kind of my job. And that was if you had to give him unanswered. They didn't like. I think that wasn't any fun. Well, you know what? You were just a kid, too, Because that was 22. That would have been hard. I'll tell you, it cured me from ever want to talk on the phone again. Like I'm serious. I would just Don't like talking on the phone from that job on a cure. We talked about this recently hate. Okay if I call you on the phone. I know I've got about 30 seconds. And then there's no phone calls. All right, well, there's always this has been fun. I love doing this radio show with you. I do And you know for our listeners. It took me about three years to talk her into doing this. I used to do it. The people have been listening long enough. They know that I used to do it with the host and took me eight years ago. Took me a long time, but I had to trick her. Had to say, Okay, you don't have say anything. Just come listen, so because I knew if I stuck her in front of a microphone with her headphones own, she wouldn't be able to sit there for an hour and not say anything. At least it's not on the phone, so I tricked her into doing it. And now what? We've been doing this together now I'm sick. Well, you being on the show six years, seven years hasn't been that long. Long time. Time flies. All right. Well, I love doing the show with unique and Thanks for being my wife. We've had a great week. You'll have a great week. If you want to come see us 988 Triple 06988 triple 06, You'll have a good weekend..
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on 600 WREC
"That bad compared to yours, but I my job started an insurance and the thing I had to do first was I was the one of the people that had to take all the claims. Over the phone, so people that are filing insurance claims are not happy. And so that was all day long every day it was on the phone with somebody who treats you know, Neighbor's tree filled their house, or, like somebody they got in a wreck, or their kid got direct. Or, you know, somebody stole something and they wanted to follow, you know, And then they weren't getting paid fast enough, and Gestures weren't out there. And so that was kind of my job, And that was it. And if you had to give him unanswered, they didn't like I think that one any fun. Well, you know what? You were just a kid, too, Because that was 22. That would have been hard. We'll tell you cured me from ever want to talk on the phone again. Like I'm serious. I would just don't like talking on the phone from that job on a cure. I think we talked about this recently talk If I call you on the phone. I know I've got about 30 seconds. And then there's no phone calls. All right. Well, there's always this has been fun. I love doing this radio show with you. I do And you know for our listeners. It took me about three years to talk her into doing this. I used to do it. The people have been listening long enough. They know that I used to do it with a host, and it took me eight years ago. Took me a long time to get in, But I had to trick her. Had to say, Okay, you don't have say anything. Just come listen, so because I knew if I stuck her in front of a microphone with her headphones own, she wouldn't be able to sit there for an hour and not say anything. At least that's not on the phone, so I tricked her into doing it. And now what? We've been doing this together now? Well, you being on the show six years, seven years hasn't been that long. Long time. Time flies. All right. Well, I love doing this show with you. And you too. And, uh, thanks for being my wife. We've had a great week. You'll have.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"New That's the new Army recruiting video. They have a serious of them, Um Sure she looks at the call Screener and Scott really creeped out because I do remember that. All right. We'll get to those calls in a moment. So it's so that's er. That's the Army recruitment ad. Which again It's about 30 seconds too long. No offense. Everyone's got their back story. I don't care about how you were six. Marching with your diversity. I'm happy. You know she's serving her country. I'm thankful for that. Thank you. Yeah, I'm sure she gave you a job, right? If she's there, it's just qualified. It's great if she runs Patriot missile system or something into it all. But If you're trying to market to one thing, you're including your your packaging in all that other stuff, because you know that that's the woke nous that people want to hear. And you know what? We look stupid. Have you seen a nar Me recruiting video from other countries minus that one in Venezuela do remember that where they were like. Going out to fight. They're rolling around like idiots and stuff. That one was pretty horrible. Remember, we left a devotee? I do. I thought that was in antifa video when I think about it, But you're right. It was Venezuelan business Well, anyway, But have you seen the ads? They run in the countries that we may possibly who knows, right? The Chinese recruitment. Have you seen a Russian army recruiting video? It looks like an Ivan Drago workout montage, Okay? What are we doing to it? No. This is literally one of them. We found one There. We didn't weigh in. No one's listening..
NASA's Mars Helicopter to Make 1st Flight on Another Planet
"Is preparing to attempt the first controlled flight of an aircraft on another planet tomorrow. Space agency is planning a short flight of a small helicopter buzzing over the surface of Mars called ingenuity. Ball goes well. The £4 solar powered helicopter will slowly ascend straight up to an altitude of 10 ft. Ever in place for 30 seconds and then descend. I'm
First Test Flight of Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Set for Tomorrow
"Planning to fly a small helicopter above the surface of Mars for the very first time early tomorrow. The flight was scheduled for last weekend but had to be postponed after a rotor spin test failed. £4 helicopter named Ingenuity is now scheduled to take off a 12:30 a.m.. If it works, it'll go up to about 10 ft, where it'll hover for 30 seconds, then returned to the planet's surface. A live stream will begin at 3:15 A.m. is the helicopter team prepares to receive the data down link at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, where ingenuity was designed and built a
First flight of Mars helicopter Ingenuity to make test hover
"Oh, NASA is opening the big hoping to make history tomorrow by flying a helicopter on Mars. CBS is Allison Keyes has more on the tiny but mighty ingenuity. It's incredible. NASA Mars Exploration Program director Eric I. Anson says. The ingenuity Mars helicopter test flight Sunday is the first attempt at controlled powered flight on another planet, and that means challenges. We're dealing with an atmosphere that About 1% the density of that on earth. That means the £4 shopper has to spend our blades much faster than she would need to want Terra, And there is some good news about the difference in the planet's. The gravity on Mars is only one third of Earth's The first test flight involved ingenuity, lifting off, climbing to about 10 ft. Hovering for 30 seconds and then touching down NASA hopes to use similar technology to explore other heavenly bodies, including Jupiter's Moon,
NASA Helicopter Set for Historic First Flight on Mars
"Made by NASA. This weekend. For the first time ever, the space agency will attempt to fly an aircraft on another planet. CBS is Chris Martinez explains what a successful flight of the Mars helicopter could mean for the future of space exploration. On the first flight. NASA aims to hover the aircraft 10 FT. Above the ground for 30 seconds with each flight after that lasting a bit longer. Ingenuity will carry a bit of our history along for the ride a small piece of fabric from the original Wright Brothers plane, a token of good luck for an aircraft that could forever change how we explore other worlds, and NASA is hoping to attempt the first flight of the Mars helicopter. Sometime tomorrow. 8
10-year Treasury yield tops 1.4%, highest since February 2020
"10 Year treasury down 20 to 30 seconds. The yield 1.41% that yield on the two year 20.12% 30 year yields
Western Union's CFO Raj Agrawal Discusses COVID-19's Impact on the Company
"Just briefly tell us about the trends that you saw during the pandemic. Did people need to use Western Union more? Hey, Thanks for having me. Yes, absolutely way actually saw that need to receive money during the pandemic Over the course of the last 12 months was greater than ever before. We also saw a shift in terms of how people were using our business. You know, we have obviously. A very broad retail network. But we have also a fantastic, you know, well growing digital business. That is now present more than 75 countries. And so we saw tremendous growth in our digital difference because people were looking very frequently for online ways of sending money to their loved ones and You can imagine that during the pandemic, um you know, in many of these other countries were going through a very difficult time, which would continue to do so. And the people who have the ability to send continue to send money and they used our business quite frequently. So No, we really saw a makeshift not only in our business, but also in the market overall, where digital parts of the market really took off during the course of last year. Raj. We still have persistent higher than we would like unemployment in the United States. How's that impacted your flows in your business? Yeah, way. We're very much a global business, Paul. You know we are presently 200 countries and territories around the world. The U. S is obviously very important Market for us. Yeah, we certainly saw. You know some impact from the unemployment. The pandemic is not behind this yet. We need to see how things play out. We are assuming that the second half of this year will be in a better position economically, not only in the U. S, but also globally. As the vaccines are more widely distributed. So we're hoping for a better second half economically, and I think that again, people who have had the ability to send money people who are Still employed and making money basically continue to use our business at a at a high rate, and we've also seen the amount of principle going through our business go up quite quite a bit. We grew a cross border principle by 12% last year. Where's the entire market was probably down a little bit. So, you know, I think we're still getting good traffic, and people still have a need to receive money. I'm a customer myself of our business and I've spent more money in the last 12 months and I have historically because my my relatives have a need to get that money. So Roger why the decision to increase the dividend? It's really a trip. We've had a track record over the last 14 years. We've increased the dividend by 13 of those 14 years. So we have a lot of confidence in the strength of our business. We know that regenerated A very strong large amount of cash flow. Last year we generated about $900 million in cash. Operating cash flow will have another good year this year, and we think it's really what our shareholders want. And so we've raised the dividend in 13 of the last 14 years, and this is just a continuation of that trend. And you know we're looking for good things. We have a good strategic agenda this year and Being a good healthy dividend is a key part of that for us Raj tucked us about the competitive landscape for Western Union. You guys obviously been in this business for a long, long time, have tremendous brand value. But there's a lot of technological competitors whether it's you know, the apse Venmo or something like that talked to us about the competitive landscape for Western Union. Sure, yeah, I mentioned before we have a very large and strong and fast growing digital business. Our digital business will be about a billion dollars inside this year in terms of revenue side. And we are very focused on the cross border Remittance market as you know, and there many acts like Kendall is much more of a domestically oriented chaotic here in the U. S. So ours is much more about Lending money all around the world, and that's really where our strength is. We have the ability to settle in 130 currencies. In a matter of minutes. We have the regulatory compliance capabilities that go with it. We serve a number of different kinds of partners. We have a white label offering that we've you know that we're partnering with banks and other fintech type players, so we can really be the back and provider to other companies. Even other digital players that may not have the reach that we do. Saudi telecoms is one example. That's been very successful for Saudi Arabia. We have another one in Russia with spare, which is a bank is one of the largest bank in Russia. And so we really have a number of different angles. We have a branded Western union calm offering and, you know, I use our services as well. And you can. You can initiate and completed transaction in the matter of 30 seconds and I can do it for the money. My loved one of in India, you know, matter of seconds very recent college if he's air quite high, considering some competitors don't charge really at all. Are you going to do anything about that? You know, our fees are very representative of the cost of doing business that we, You know, it's not simple. It's not free to really move money around the world. You know, to have regulatory compliance capabilities and to actually protect consumers in terms of when they spend their money. There's a cost of doing business, right 200 markets and that's really what we do, and we're in the business to make money and the other others who are not charging a few. It's not a sustainable business model for them, so that's really the way we look at it.
Stocks Waver in Wednesday Trading, Pausing Market Rally
"Stocks started the day off and then began to slide. Now they're fluctuating another sign that investors are taking a breather after pushing markets to record highs. Investors are betting President Biden's $1.9 trillion stimulus package will help bolster the economy while vaccinations help reduce covert 19 cases. Let's look at the S and P. It is down. Well, it's little changed down three that out. Jones Industrial average is up 1/10 of a percent of 30 and the NASDAQ is down 3/10 of a percent down 45. 10 Years up 4 30 seconds. The yield 1.14% West Texas Intermediate crude oil's up a half a percent of 58 68 of barrel Comex gold is down 1/10 of a percent 18 36 even per ounce. Dollar yen, one of 4 65 the year old dollar 21 34 on the British pound. Another 38 46, a key measure of prices paid by US consumers, was unchanged for January. This was the second straight month of such was the case, underscoring the pandemics lingering wish strain on inflation. That financial markets seat
Lawyer tells judge 'I'm not a cat' after a Zoom filter mishap
"The hard way how to remove zoom filters after one made him look like a kitten. While court was in session and the now viral video attorney Rod Pontin was unable to figure out how to remove the filter. Even with the help of his assistant, I believe you have a filter. Turned on in the video settings. You might want Tohno here live. That's not I'm not a cat. I can I can see that. The animated kittens, white eyes and tiny mouth removing is the lawyer frantically tried to troubleshoot the filter feed Turn after 30 seconds found the remedy. This happened during a trial of a man accused of trying to leave the U. S with contraband. Well, the Reddit trade has
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"With no King, Queen or Jack Breathe. Indy Milling describes herself as a Dutch card fan. She says she was explaining a game to her cousin's last summer when she asked herself why a king should be worth more than a queen. The forensic psychology graduate says the subtle inequality of the face cards is another way of saying You're less important. So she created a genderless deck in which the images of a king Queen and Jack were replaced with gold, silver and bronze. She says switching Dex could take some getting used to, but she's sold about 1500 packs around the world, including the US Michael Closure. KO Phi News. Let's take a look at your drive on the 22 City of Orange 22 eastbound just for the city Drive is to crash it takes with the two right lanes. You can expect that delay to begin right around Harbor Boulevard Marino Valley to 15 north before East Ridge Avenue wreck here with one car center divider, the other right shoulder so that stops things up right around all the Sandro K A pie in the sky is sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman Super Lawyer Calm Jeff Bob, the Santa Monica Freeway that, Jake Good morning. Thanks blood just right along with you, as promised. If you win this last time around now we had a whole bunch of problems actually under west Santa Monica, the latest of which was reported at library, But we went all over out there and really nothing. So it's good news for you. But it is slow. My goodness from East l A all the way up to Western Lake is just one of those slow morning drive South found four or five coming out of the valley that was in fairly good shape. Really Not bad by born in Dr standards, but the proper over now, and it's clearing. The Anzai speech is a good time in here. It's westbound Ventura Freeway past Quarrel. We had three right than the two right and only about 30 seconds ago. CHP officer moved everything over to the right shoulder. Now it is backed up on the westbound 1 34. And that starts well, little bit past Hollywood way Big news, riverside Drive and get on at corps water to the West. One of one you're all clear and on your way injured in an accident visit Superwoman Super Lawyer calm Jeff are okay if I in the sky You find this guy helps get you there faster. I'm robbing banks, Clippers locked their fifth win in a row. Defeating the Sacramento Kings won 15 96 and coach Ty Lue says.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"It is emerged as the only major growing economy foot foot foot for year after year. As far as the eye can see, China is going to be supplying At least at the very least of third of global growth. No country no company is is going to pass that up, You know, And so you have the you all these democracies that looked past all manner of human rights abuses that have taken occurred in China over the past year, not least the incarceration of a million or more weekends and still decided that they are going to Doing investment deal and snob. Joe Biden. Yeah, I'm so glad you brought that up when it We talked about it on air last week. Andy and I thought that was just so significant. I know it had it was agreement investment agreement that they were working on for a long time. But to see the U in China ultimately tie it up to just You know, in the nick of time as we wrapped up the year. I just thought that was incredibly telling. Just got about 30 seconds. Thean equities. Do we come out? Better eventually. As a result, do you think Like we've seen in history and past. Well, I think what this pandemic has shown is that as the economist Adam to says poverty is a choice. We're spending trillions and trillions of dollars, replacing income bailing out Nobody is worried about inflation. Nobody's worried about crowding out private investment. The market certainly aren't worried about this. We can afford it. If we can afford to keep work of payment going out. Why can't we do it in the future? Just some of the issues that he and his team and safe to say the world at large will be considering this year. That's the Bloomberg New Economy editorial director Andy Brown. Yes, so much on everyone's plate. You're listening to Bloomberg Business week coming up when you boil it down. It's immersive. It's really entertaining. It makes it connects. Found and visual like your brain actually calculated. Get ready for really, really smart TVs that actually, Tim might understand your breath. I don't know if I'm ready for that. I'm not. I know I'm not. We're gonna catch up with the president of Sony Electronics North.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Look, you got about a million about 30. Seconds here, So I'm gonna give you time to make your point. Interrupting me and I'll give you 30 seconds. The only person That you, uh, verified the data for was Kaiser gave some money to, uh to the, uh To the campaign. Then you weren't listening. You're out of here. Larry in Florence 700 wlw. Yeah. Then I'll be quick. That guy's turned out smart, Janey. Well, I don't have time to go through the executive list of every single one of these, but there's there's a lot of that. We're friends on dal eyes of Obama and Biden that ran these companies, and that's just the field. The point I wanna make is, uh, some a Biden, which is which I think is a good name for it. Uh, Who bought all that money from China millions of dollars before he left his campaign before he left his treat and trying to answer for that money back, and he said, We don't have it. Yeah, and he was gone and you turned and that was it. Wait a minute, China, China asked two for the money back. Every kind of lawyer. You've got to stop listening to the radio. You got to turn your radio off. Okay. All right. That's why you're having trouble talking because listening to the radio So Obama But we didn't didn't have the money to give him back and trying to one of the million City borrow. So you all right? You've lost me. I'm not following here. You gotta try this one more time. Start over again. All right, Obama ball a bunch of millions of dollars from China to pay these people like he was talking about, then China wanted. You know when Obama was going to pay that money back. Right before he left this term, and we left this term. You said I don't have the money right now. We don't have money to give you. And then not and all that money that Justin Charlie went to the stimulus that he sent out to us. Never eat corn, he said. Well, a lot. A lot of the money that the government borrows does come from China. Remember the famous the famous Obama line? Uh, this was during the campaign, where he criticized George W. Bush for saying You just can't take out the credit card that says Bank of China and swipe it through the 80 M and come up with a bunch of money. So even though he criticized Bush for doing that, well, you wind up doing the exact same thing and I went, I would suggest that we're doing the exact same thing now because all this spending that's going on and all the all the money that's AH, In some cases, it's just money that's being printed. Backed by absolutely nothing. And then another case. Is it zits a ton of borrowing and spending that is going on, and that's not a good situation either. Right? Yeah, That's whole point. I was making right ball of money. China and he never did pay it back. So All right. Okay. Well, Larry, I appreciate the call. But, yeah, I don't remember the specific instance where China said trying to pay back the money because if they did, then we'd be in big trouble. But I mean, I don't know what the entrance to the interest payments that we have now on the debt and the deficit are just astounding, and they keep eating up more and more of the budget. Every year as we go along, it looks like that trend is not going to a stop anytime soon. It's 10 o'clock time for the news, and we'll have a little briefing from the Hamilton County commissioners. And then we'll be back back to the action here on the Big one. Dan Carroll for Scott's Alone on 700 wlw our country's behind on the vaccine rollout. I met Re 700 wlw calm United States will likely pass 350,000 covert related deaths today. Johns Hopkins University puts the U. S death toll well above 349,000. Meanwhile, the country is surpassed 20 million cases to start this new year. The frustration is mounting over the slower than expected pace of vaccinations in many parts of the country. Less than three million people have received the shots so far, far short of the 20 million goal. At the Trump Administration. It's set for the end of 2020 in Florida Singer citizens waiting in line for hours after Governor Rond De Santis expanded eligibility to those over 65 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Traffic backed up the first day residents 75 older were eligible for the vaccine. That's Kenneth Molten reporting. Larry King is in in L. A hospital after testing positive.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Talk to you for about 30 seconds. Thistles. Elvis Presley. If you believe polio's beaten, I ask you to listen Remember me? That's the boss of thousands who know the fight against polio is just as tough as it ever was. Elvis Presley, the biggest star of the time, the incidents of polio would drop by 90% over the course of the 19 fifties and an aural alternative help to virtually eliminate polio as the sixties came along the need to get shots for polio and other things. Still, prime time fair Sheriff Andy Taylor had election anti Mayberry anti vaccine named Rafe Hollister. He didn't want to get his tetanus shot when a new county nurse wanted to get everybody in Mayberry. Calculated not letting that nurse give you that shot. I've seen out where he was 100%, right. You can't Oh, yeah? Yeah. Just let her give you that shot. Say you'd be passing up your chance for immortality. You're dying, right? I would Does that mean good sheriff, Using a little reverse psychology and the Grim Reaper to make his 0.1 day you'll you'll get cut by rusty saw were of animal about your something like that. And not having the shot. Well, you will be a cinch to go. Just like that. That's where the great deed comes in sea by dying. It'll serve as a lesson to the others not to neglect their shots. Work. Oh, yeah. I'm just see them neighbors and kin folks of yours right now. That's a Did you hear what happened to rave? They'll say, Well, it ain't gonna happen to me. I'm going down there that county nurse and get me that good shot right now. Spoiler alert. Rafe did get his shot in that episode, but I think the thing that's different after talking about this for some hours this morning. We're wondering what star what celebrity? What combo Platter could maybe do the trick today? And really, I don't think we came up with any agreement. There isn't one person. Oprah's always my reflexive like if anybody's could leave anything at anybody, it'll be Oprah saying it, but I don't even think she's got the juice in this instance to get everybody to get a shot. No, it's because Oprah probably right, said something at one point that upset someone about something and it will be dug up, and that's just kind of the world we live in. We know too much about too many people, too. I think have that kind of consensus idea, like the hero thing doesn't really exist too much anymore. I don't think that's such a key point that might just made their I think even if you Don't have a strong opinion on somebody. Maybe they're oversaturated in your own life because you've seen too much of them on TV or social media. You guys don't wanna listen. That person we fall in love that we not come down exactly, And it's not even that you You have a strong dislike of that person. Just like I'm I'm tired of hearing their voice. You know that In effect in this case, I think more so I think everybody could agree. Polio was a bad thing. You know, Tetanus, a bad thing. You can agree. That's a problem. In this case. We can't even agree that a Corona virus is a bad thing. We have people still think of that. Not that big a deal. It's no worse than the flu. Yeah, I don't think it's only we know too much about celebrities, and basically we know too much about.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Yes, well, this is very important on DH. This is one of the things that when I talked to elected officials over the last couple of days, they said, these are the kind of cases to watch are these cases that are really challenging the deadline. Tio, Submit your ballot or your mail in ballot on this is something that the Supreme Court has heard before The election results started to come in. On what What basically happened was that the Supreme Court rejected challenges. But several of the justices said This is something that they could revisit after the elections had happened, And they suggested that states should really start to separate the ballots that have arrived by Election Day versus those that arrived afterward. And that's what we see happening in Pennsylvania, really battleground state where state officials have said that they're going to segregate these ballots. Oh, that any post election challenge. If it goes the way of the Trump administration, it will be easy for election and finish traitors to really separate those ballots. But it's not clear yet whether or not that is going to be. Ah. Factor in the election. Whether or not there are ballots that air coming in late two really sway the election result only about 30 seconds left here. If the court does revisit these questions, it'll be revisiting it with a nine court Supreme Court Justice Supreme Court as opposed to any justice. Could that make a difference now, with Amy Cockney Barrett on the bench? Well, that is certainly what the Trump administration was hoping for. We saw them say that they wanted any money Barry on the court, just in case the election was contested, but we have some indication from Justice is that perhaps the chief justice Roberts and even Trump's own pointy justice. Cavanaugh may not be on board to invalidate ballots after they've been cast, So that's something that we'll have to see if Amy plenty. Barrett will have an effect is this election was certainly something we will be watching in the days and potentially weeks to come. Bloomberg Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Robinson, Thank you for this update really appreciated this morning. Looking at the markets futures, adding to yesterday's post election gains. SNP futures up 66 points down futures ahead by 383 NASDAQ futures up 3 to 39 points. That's a gain of close to 3%. You're listening to Bloomberg Daybreak..
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on KGO 810
"So what can go wrong if you use the wrong product? Okay, There's there's ah, probably 1000 products out there. I wouldn't touch Ah, I'll but maybe 12. There's only about 12 that I would put my money into. If you choose the wrong company, there's probably a couple of 100 companies that offer indexed universal life. I would not touch over 95% of them because they do not structure their products to perform best for you. Many of these companies may be big, but it bigger. We're better Miss American being elephant. They keep the money in their coffers. They say, Look how strong we are. But they're extremely stingy. They do not treat you with the best internal rate of return that they could because they want to just keep it in their company coffers. And so there's a lot that goes into study in which company and which product But I've had people Who heard me talk about the companies and the products that I put my money into. And then they come to me seven years later because they heard me on the radio. And they said, Doug, You said that in the previous seven years, your maximum funded indexed universal life policies have doubled. And now if you do the math and rule of 72, yeah, that's 10%. There've been many seven year periods where I have average 10%. Where whatever I had at the beginning of that seven years without adding any new money to it. If I had 500,000 doubled to a million a million double the 2,000,002 million double the four million many people have seen this happen for every seven years on a lot of these contracts. And so people would say, Well, Doug. I put in half a million dollars and it should be worth a million, according to you, and mine's only worth 250,000. Where's the other 750 grand? And I say, Let me take a look at it. And I look at it takes about 30 seconds. I go who set this up? And they go? Well, my son in law and my my nephew, my brother in law. They had an insurance license. So I go on my heavens. Was that an expensive Lesson for you. They had no clue what they were doing. So do you know what the number one reason why a max funded index. Universal Life does not perform the way it should is because the adviser is not proficient. That is so sad when I hear those stories where people miss out on hundreds of thousands of dollars because the adviser was not proficient. This is why I created the proficiency exam back in 2008. It's 100 question exam, plus 30 essay questions and I'll tell you most financial planners and financial advisors wouldn't even score 30% on this exam because they wouldn't understand 70% of the questions. Because they're not taught this information. So the bottom line is If an I u l a structured correctly and funded properly, There is little downside. If you want to learn more about this, join us for a free educational webinar. We're going to teach a webinar this coming Wednesday..
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"And I stood back on the podium and I said Name one. I didn't say anything for about 30 seconds and no one could name one Does that tell you It tells you the media couldn't care less about unarmed people being killed unless the unarmed people being killed or black. Because that pushes the narrative and the Democrats do that, because they want black people to believe that race isn't remains a major problem in America, and we Democrats care about the issue In those days to be races, Republicans couldn't care less. So Democrats have an interest in giving you the false impression that the police were killing black people just because they're black. The media for the same reason they want Donald Trump to lose, and they feel that if Donald Trump is perceived as being a racist, and somehow Donald Trump has created this atmosphere where cops act out their racism, while Donald Trump could be defeated, and a lot of these Reporters. So called reporters have been raised under what I call the access of indoctrination, and they truly believe that America is systemically racist. I don't do any more research, and some of these athletes do Now. There is a 13 year old Utah boy happens to be white, autistic. His mom calls 900. Says My son is having a crisis. Police arrive. A 13 year old autistic boy ends up being shot. Injuries to his intestines, colon bladder, stomach ankles as a result of the shooting Now, when you think this would make National news, if not international news. Well, No because the 13 year old stick boy happens to be white. Friday night in Glendale, Golda Barton called police to help her with her since September, the fourth John. It was less than five minutes. How could it have escalated? It lets it but minutes he was running away, running away. Barton says her 13 year old son, Lyndon was running from police because he was scared. He didn't want to be taken to the hospital. Linden has autism and Asperger's and was extremely upset. Barton called the police and asked for a crisis intervention team that knows how to deal with people with mental health issues. Okay, so you call them and they're supposed to Now and be able to deescalate a situation using the most minimal force possible,.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"So what can go wrong if you use the wrong product? Okay, There's there's ah, probably 1000 products out there. I wouldn't touch uh, all but maybe 12. There's only about 12 that I would put my money into. If you choose the wrong company. There's probably a couple 100 companies that offer indexed universal life. I would not touch over 95% of them. Because they do not structure their products to perform best for you. Many of these companies may be big, but it bigger. We're better Miss American be an elefant. They keep the money in their coffers. They say, Look how strong we are, but they're extremely stingy. They do not treat you with the best internal rate of return that they could Because they want to just keep it in their company coffers. And so there's a lot that goes into study in which company and which product But I've had people who heard me talk about the companies and the products that I put my money and do And then they come to me seven years later because they heard me on the radio. And they said, Doug, You said that in the previous seven years, your maximum funded in next universal life policies have doubled. And now if you do the math and rule of 72, yeah, that's 10%. There've been many seven year periods where I have average 10% toe where whatever I had in the beginning of that seven years. Without adding any new money. Do it If I had 500,000 doubled to a million a million double the 2,000,002 million double four million. Many people have seen this happen for every seven years on a lot of these contracts, and so people would say, Well, Doug, I put in half a million dollars and it should be worth a million, according to you, and minds only worth 250,000. Where's the other 750? Grand? And I said, Let me take a look at it. And I look at it takes about 30 seconds ago who set this up and they go well, my son in line my my nephew, my brother in law. They had an insurance license. I go on my heavens. Was that an expensive Lesson for you. They had no clue what they were doing. So do you know what the number one reason why a max funded index. Universal Life does not perform the way it should is because the adviser is not proficient. That is so sad when I hear those stories where people miss out on hundreds of thousands of dollars because the adviser was not proficient. This is why I created a proficiency exam. Back in 2008. It's 100 question exam plus 30 essay questions and I'll tell you most financial planners and financial advisors wouldn't even score 30% on this exam because they wouldn't understand 70% of the questions because they're not taught this information. So the bottom line is of an I U l A structured correctly and funded properly. There is little downside. If you want to learn more about this, Join us for a free educational webinar. We're going to teach a webinar this coming Wednesday. We will start a 12. O'clock noon Pacific time. We're going to teach for about 90 to 100 minutes by the way, that would be one PM mountain time. Two PM central and so forth. And then we're going to.
"about 30 seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You can't go follow that dream in Ohio. You need to check in with the governor. If you're going to sit somebody in your restaurant if you're a small restaurant and your face is cut in half You might as well not open. We're making it so businesses might as well not open. It's a big organic mess that Mike DeWine has created by not working with. The other co equal branches of government and by taking power and not giving it back. I want grandpa wine out of my business. I want him to stop telling me how scared we should be a family barbecues. I want him to stop having people paddle on restaurants and have people inside and I want him to prove his science anytime he says. He's following the science because He never does. Why're we swallowing that pill? Does Mike DeWine have invented science that the rest of us can't figure out so we can tell us where that science is? It's too much unhappy. The state House is doing this. I am poor. Any other rep that has not gotten on board. Get on board. Do your duty to your residents Do your duty. I don't care what your reason is. We're not doing it. I think you have a place in this world to speak up. You're a co equal branch, and you're not doing it. You know, Right now the House of representatives is in complete turmoil because of the householder issue. They're afraid to do anything, but, well, we have to go. Can you? Can you stay on hold for about 30 seconds? They're absolutely well. But John, hold stay right there. Let's continue with more of a line becomes available, which it never does. 513749 7000 Lele heading Deerfield Township Trustee, State representative John Becker coming up in 35 minutes, they say, impeached a wine off with his political head. News radio 700 wlw. 700 wlw Lele is a firebrand from Deerfield Township, which is near Mason for those listening around the country and always like to think that this is a sounding Postwar viewpoints are expressed.
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"Put in your pocket? You got about a minute left in the segment. I guess, Carl, you wanted to promote something on line one. Yeah, I want to see about Work something out with you guys because the state used on it for September 19th. And what I was planning on doing committed to her child raising money remembering my granddaughter. Because I don't care what you say. Jude and What's going on is I want to keep out since you had You are now. Carl, you're fading away, buddy. We couldn't hear what you were saying there for the last 15 cents Deliver and being be golf carts callback, Carl, let us know about the fundraiser Walk again, too. And if you don't do it during the show, go ahead and call us or email us after hours and we'll see what we can do to help you out, because that's always a great charity to help and we appreciate all that you do. For our show as well to got about 30. Seconds left, Dan tolling. What hours? Do you open in the middle of company? Just out of curiosity. 7 30 toe before actually to six o'clock. Really? Okay. Don't be afraid, calls. Any time we've answering services we've got you know is someone will get back to you. All right? And how far out are you scheduling right now? You know, not that far we picked up additional crews. We've now got five just killer crews that are just amazing at what they do. So we're able to, uh, put him up pretty quickly. Cool way brought on some more staff. We've got on Seymour Seymour marketing, so hopefully things will pick up. I like a good crowd. I'm not sure I like a killer crew. That kind of friend smells like origami magicians with metal. We're going to take a break broadcasting alive from that. 26 65 West Dublin. Granville Road nap. You got to check it out this Pepsi's auto smart presented by German hand of Dublin. News radio 6 10 W T V in I wanted to ask you a question. I'm looking to get a motorcycle. I've never had one before, And I know you're the guy to ask about motorcycles and all that stuff. So I want your opinion. I got your place. Integrity cycles on the south.
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"They called the four Corners offense and what you do is if you have a lead. You don't want to make him stake, right? You know you're going to win the game, maybe Europe by eight points. With a minute to go. You don't need to score any more points. You've already won the game. Just don't give the other team the ball back. So you just keep passing the ball around the court to run run the clock at its very prominent in high school basketball, where there's not a shot clock. That's what Eric Holcomb is doing right now. He knows he's going to win. Unless something agree. Just happens. And to him agreed. This would be a mass infection rate, which people turn on him. He doesn't give a damn about your liberty or freedom because he could do whatever the hell he wants, as as evidence by the infamous massless selfie Eric Holcomb is a political animal, Joe Hogs that is a political animal there. Incapable of functioning and jobs that are political or government related, and thus all they care about is keeping their political slash government jobs. And the safest thing for them to Dio is to play the four corners offense and avoid any chance of another mass infection. Regards of how remote it actually is. But I'm wondering when, if or when the reopening is making it really going to come. Why would keep pushing and pushing it later? Through the summer? When we get closer to the winter flu, you know, infections so Miss Take. You're making those because you are a good Justin. Righteous person. Even Hatcher, who loves his country and loves freedom and liberty, you're operating from the standpoint of Of course, we want to get open as fast as possible. Holcomb doesn't care hogs. That doesn't care. They haven't missed a paycheck. They still have a roof over their head. They saw have clothes on the whole command doesn't have Children. But you get the point. They're not suffering at all. All that. For a guy like Eric Holcomb, and I know we got about 30 seconds left and Hawkes the same way. They've always been in government or politics, and the money's just always been there. It'll be fine. They'll figure it out. No big deal. It's not even malicious. In a sense, it's just who they are. And they're not very bright People who have never had to function in the real world. They've always function in the government world. Mrs. How government functions off the rails with Rob Kendall. Thanks for coming to the studio, you as always, and thanks to our wonderful, amazing, talented, vivacious sponsor garage doors of Indianapolis. That was awesome.