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The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"arie" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"For me and my husband, this ability for us to put $20,000 into a savings account for us to hopefully start to be surrogacy process. And that really is life-changing for us. So thank you, President Biden for giving us the ability to literally hope for one day to start a family. Those are some of the voices of LA times listeners and readers who called in to give us their take on president Joe Biden's announcement last week about his long anticipated student debt relief plan. The burden is so heavy that even if you graduate, you may not have access to middle class life that the college degree once provided. This is a promise Biden campaigned on and that many Democrats have been pushing for years. It helps both current and future borrowers and will fix a badly broken system. At least 20 million Americans attended college could have their debt completely canceled under Biden's announcement and if you're one of those folks, hey, this may be your time to pour one out for yourself. Cheers to you. But the move is unsurprisingly during the bay among the right and the left. But for completely different reasons. And just before the midterms. I'm Gustav ariano. You're listening to the times. Essential news from the LA times. It's Wednesday, August 31st, 2022. Today as part of our coverage of the 2022 midterm elections, we talk about how the student debt forgiveness decision is going to impact the generation of college graduates, the midterms, the economy, and maybe even the future of higher education. People see the term, make America great again using a pejorative, but buy in by doing this is making America great again. This is going to be a game changer for a lot of people out there. A lot of people who are working really, really hard to just survive. Arie John is an LA times staff writer based in Washington, D.C. Ari, welcome to the times. Glad to be back. So how did this happen? This huge movement because when I was going to college 20 years ago, no way would anyone who took out loans would ever imagine that you could get them forgiven. I mean, you'd like to, but it was just too impossible of a dream to ever imagine, you know? So the cost of college has just been rising exponentially. And the average amount that people have been borrowing has been going up and up and up. After the financial crisis in 2008, there was really this growing movement. The people united. You know, we had occupy Wall Street, but also this growing movement of why am I taking on this debt? Sick and tired of being unemployed for three years, I've been looking for a job. And all I did is we'll call you. I've heard that so much that I'm beginning to believe that's my middle name. But I mean, a lot of people feel like the government is making money off of them, which, you know, that's even up for debate if the government makes money from student loans, but people felt like college should be affordable, but at least there should be a public free college option. And so there's this growing movement to go on strike basically to say, you know, I'm not paying these loans to
"arie" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That's going to be strong and bold and fight for itself by itself is Israel, perhaps we should connect more strongly within enter president Trump. He immediately gets out of the Iran deal. He immediately recognized Jerusalem. He moved the embassy our embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and you notice I lump all three of those together. One was extremely popular amongst the Sunni Arab states. The other two decisions were not popular amongst the Sunni Arab states. But popular now popular they were clear. And the United States of America said, we're standing with Israel, whether you like it or you don't. And that gave the other countries in the region the opportunity to now make their decisions. And now they have to choose, do they want a future that is as bright and as advanced as the United States and as well or do they want to throw their lot with the Palestinians? And the most forward leaning of those countries, the UAE Bahrain Morocco said our future is not going to be determined by the past. And that's what I want to let my people down. Outstanding. Folks, the book is called let my people know the incredible story of Middle East peace and what lies ahead our guest is former senior adviser to the United States ambassador to Israel, Ari lightstone. And straight ahead, we're going to get to your calls. If you have questions for arie, the phone number 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo and we're also going to talk about this piece that he wrote just about a week ago in Fox News that I think is still very, very important that we discuss. So all of that and more straight ahead don't go anywhere. It's rich Valdez at rich valdes with an S on all of those social media. This is the Jim bohannon show and we're coming right back. Who are you I'm you from the future. What do you want? I want to tell
Winsidr WNBA Show
"arie" Discussed on Winsidr WNBA Show
"We're back at it with WNBA stocks update today, may 16th. I'm arie Schwartz along with Owen pence and let's hop right into it. Maybe a little reaction. I mean, I don't know. Do you want to talk about what's changed over the past weeks? Do you want to talk about the stocks of, well, the beauty of this segment and having the ability to change so rapidly as these teams do. Yeah, a 100%, I think this was the fun of it when I was kind of brainstorming this idea is that it's going to fluctuate so much on a week to week basis that already this week we might be talking about teams. In fact, there is one team specifically that was on the downswing last week that now we've got with their stock already having risen. And I think this is especially so given that we have so little data right now. This is now our second episode, Connecticut's still only played two games, Indiana has played 5 games, most of the teams have played four games, just not a lot to go on, so a team that, you know, when we recorded the first episode, the pilot, so to speak last week, we were going off one game and really kind of trying to draw conclusions from 40 minutes of basketball, which is pretty difficult. Now, you know, things have swung a little bit. So it's fun. Some of these teams that we were really psyched to talk about in a positive light after the first weekend had started to show some issues, and then on the other end, the team that maybe started off quite poorly in game one is now now showing reasons to get excited. So I'm excited, let's dive in. Let's dive right in. You know, we'll start off positive first, right? So I'll go first with my team that's on the up and coming stocks that are going big time up. The Dallas wings. After a rough start against Atlanta in game one, they really bounce back against and I believe the ESPN power rankings came out and ranked the Washington mystics the number one team. That could be a whole nother episode of how to disagree on that. But needless to say that's a huge win for the wings, then they move on to then beat New York with a big win. I mean, this team looked like they had lost their footing early. Too early wins now. They're sitting at two and one in the positive and you're getting satu Sabu coming from overseas where feder just won their finals. I believe it was the Turkish finals, three O so she's on her way back, which just has to be another shot in the arm for this team. What are your thoughts on the wings and then what team are you picking? I'm super excited about the wings that I'm glad we started off with them because that was my stock down team week one. And again, it was kind of unfair. It was just the nature of this exercise. That's what makes it fun, but they've lost one game to Atlanta and it's like, oh, okay, the stock's down. Now it's had a little bit of time to stabilize. So I was lucky enough to be at the game in person. Yesterday against New York. And I was incredibly impressed. I think there's a lot to be really, really excited about from the wings perspective. I think something that I talked about last week that I was concerned about was something that you saw last year in Vicky Johnson's first year as head coach of this team, which was that on a night tonight basis, you just didn't know what the rotations are going to be. The thing about this wings roster is that every player on the roster is extremely capable and deserves minutes. And they had a really tough time. I think last year, even though they returned to the playoffs and in the aggregate, it was a positive season. They had a lot of trouble kind of outlining a starting lineup and outlining a consistent rotation where players kind of knew what they were going to have to do on a night tonight basis. And so after game one, when you had ty Harris starting at point and then only playing 9 minutes, it kind of looked to me like more of the same. Like, oh man, it's this team just gonna kind of be throwing darts at the wall from a rotational standpoint on a night tonight basis. And I think what we've seen with these two these two wins now and what Vicky Johnson was talking about in the postgame yesterday is that thank goodness they have 12 capable players and she's gonna need performances from every single one of them. I think what we're seeing is that there's a lot of really, really playable, exciting young talent on this team, you know, you saw ty Harris with an exceptional game, ten assists, and then they come off that she gets injured at the end of that game against Washington and they come out yesterday in a game that New York kind of I'm not gonna say desperately needed 'cause it's way too early in the season for must win type of games, but it was a game that New York really wanted to win their second straight home game after losing to Indiana, you know, afternoon matinee and Dallas came out and handled business..
"arie" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Cost of freedom by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Neo young's former bandmates have also asked to remove their music from Spotify and protest of Joe Rogan This is democracy now democracy now dot org the war and peace report Calls are growing for the audio streaming app Spotify to remove Joe Rogan's podcast from its platform After he promoted misinformation about COVID-19 on his show and as video resurfaced showing Rogan making repeated racist comments Last Friday the Grammy winning singer India arie joined other artists who've pulled their music from Spotify as she shared a viral video showing Rogan using the N word on his show to dozen times The word You've already said he is just like she's calling you a boy that he's in and starts to call him Other resurfaced videos show Joe Rogan saying black people have different brains And comparing a neighborhood with no white people to the Planet of the Apes Rogan posted an apology video on his Instagram account last weekend in which he addressed the video super cut I'm making this video to talk about the most regretful and shameful thing that I've ever had to talk about publicly There's a video that's out that's a compilation of me saying the N word It's a video that's made of clips taken out of context of me of 12 years of conversations on my podcast and it's all smushed together and it looks horrible even to me I know that to most people there's no context where a white person is ever allowed to say that word Never mind publicly on a podcast And I agree with that now I haven't said in years In a video response Wednesday India arie said she thought some of Rogan's apology was disingenuous and added Spotify's built on the back of the music streaming so they take this money that's built from streaming and they pay this guy a $100 million but they pay us 0.003% of a penny She said I also cited writer roxane gay and others and clarifying she wanted Spotify to curate its content not censor what it on its platform Censorship is being at the threat of loss of life or freedom for your words What's being censored here She said this is not censorship This is about curation Curation meaning choosing what you want in a space Choosing the space you want around you curation This is not about censorship This is about curation And so Spotify is making the choice about the space they choose to curate I and other creators are making choices about the space we want to curate My conversation is not about Joe Rogan is not about Spotify is about my integrity and my dignity.
"arie" Discussed on Popcast
"Joe Rogan's the future. Spotify is willing to endure, I would imagine a quite significant amount of collateral damage in order to protect this. That's kind of the takeaway. Is that it doesn't matter if Neil Young pulls his music. It doesn't matter if India arie is pointing out the Joe Rogan uses the N word. None of that stuff matters. Because on a shareholder value level and on a pure bottom line level, Spotify basically has a too big to fail problem with Rogan. That is my impression of it. And I will say two more things to that on that front. One is we don't know how long this deal runs for. The only reporting I found and as far as anybody would ever say, it's multiyear. I'm going to guess it's somewhere between three to 5. In any case, it's runway. And in any case, there will be a point in which there will be conversations when renewal. And so we're looking at a possible future in which we're going to decide to take his business elsewhere that he feels that he can increase his value and other places, or he wants to go back on the wide open podcast ecosystem again and grow his audience back up to even larger proportions. That's an entirely possible situation. So when you get there, what the Spotify look like in that instance. I imagine if I was in their situation, I would hope that as Spotify, you would have been able to create more shows that can diversify away from Rogan. At this point, it's unclear if they're able to generate or either sign or developer should themselves. They can be something more important or bigger than ever again. There's been some reporting specifically from Bloomberg and also just broadly around we've been hearing the deal situation around the Obama's production studio higher ground inside a reported that data apparently shopping dairy deal elsewhere when to do runs up. Are you able to generate the same amount of volume of hits if he decides not to renew? Right, but to me, the more powerful thing than Neil Young removing his music or whatever, is someone like brene Brown, who has a huge following and brene Brown being like, I'm not putting out any new episodes at least for now. And maybe what it is is if Spotify finds itself in a position where it actually can not make a deal with people who could theoretically deemphasize Rogan in the big ecosystem, that's a huge liability. That's a long-term liability, not simply a January 2022 liability. Right..
The Promised Podcast
"arie" Discussed on The Promised Podcast
"Get my workout in. So I couldn't resist the opportunity to take a brisk walk right around that neighborhood. After I checked out the progress on building the missile, the pedestrian walk making its way through south Tel Aviv, looking at the boutiques and the cafes, which were all sadly far less populated than usual. Thank you, Amy Kron. I gravitated to the center of it all, the noga theater that gives this niche neighborhood its name the noga corridor or behind the noga, mostly people refer to it as something noga centric. And there, in the elegant lobby of the noga, I saw two big posters with the face of yevgeni arie, the artistic director of the gesture theater company, go noga has been the home to the gesture company for the past 20 years or so. And arie and his company is to a great extent responsible for the way that this area has flourished and grown over the past two decades. So much was going on last week that arie's death did not get as much attention as it should have. The theater scene he was such a part of has been so crippled and weakened after the past two years a pandemic that I guess that was part of the reason. But anyway, it deserves attention. He deserved attention. Yevgeny arie was born in Moscow in 1947. As a young man in Russia, he studied psychology. He had known from a very young age he wanted to be a theater director, but he couldn't initially get accepted to theater school because he was too young and inexperienced, they said, as a young man in Russia, he studied psychology, he had known he wanted to be a theater director, but he couldn't get accepted to theater school because they said he was too young and inexperienced. So he got his bachelor's degree and his master's in psychology before getting his master's degree in theater and quickly becoming renowned in the field. He worked for years as a director of leading theaters in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Riga, and he was also an associate professor at the Russian academy of theatrical arts in Moscow. In an interview he recounted that while he was working as a stage director in the beginning of the 1980s, together with his wife, he filed documents to leave for Israel. But they were refused. They were let go and allowed to emigrate only after being refused nicks for almost ten years. And finally, with their small son, they were permitted to immigrate to the United States. He began to lecture at a theater school in New York, but then he said, I got a message from my friend in Israel, natan sharansky. He invited me to establish a theater in Israel. And so, in 1991, he took a tremendous gamble. He gathered a group of Russian actors with whom he was close, and he emigrated with them to Israel and founded the guest show theater. At the time, it seemed insane. None of them are the actors nobody really spoke Hebrew. That was the language of the audience that they wanted to perform for. They essentially did open learned Hebrew onstage putting up the classic productions they knew and had perfected, in some cases, they learned their lines phonetically. Arie himself was aided by Hebrew speaking assistants all over the place. And at first they were a truly bilingual theater they do the same production in Russian and they would also do it in Hebrew. And what productions they were, you'd never forget the visuals of a show staged by of getting RAA. I remember one of their early shows moliere's Don Juan starring the tall lanky insanely sexy actor who would become the company's big star Sasha dumbo. Like all the women in the show Don Juan, I completely fell in love with him too. I remember marveling at the fact at the time that here I was. An American watching Russian speaking actors perform a French classic in an Israeli theater. I really still remember all of the staging. Anyway, arie quickly was appreciated in his adopted country. He's won or he had one every artistic award there is. He got honorary doctorates from three Israeli universities. He really went from an outsider to a source of local pride. He brought new acting stars in Sasha de medo who I mentioned of genya dodina, who's an amazing actress. And also from a very early stage he brought non Russian Israeli born actors into his company and they too became stars. Aria's role in Israeli culture was very true to the name of his company. Gesher, a bridge, building a cultural link between the massive waves of Russian immigrants who are flooding into Israel in the 90s and The Old Guard. Like him, they began as outsiders and then slowly but steadily wove themselves so deep into the local scene and culture that it's really impossible to imagine ourselves without them or without him. We always say may their memory be a blessing, but when you walk by the noga theater on a cold January night and you see the company that he built and you see it still making art, there was a performance underway. You know that it already is. Yes. Wonderful. He's a Robert. So I was in the shower and the phone rang. It was an O 5 three number I didn't recognize. And I answered it because it's the girl's birthday this chabad, and we ordered all sorts of gifts for delivery. And if you missed the delivery guy, then maybe you get your package the next day or maybe the next week or maybe never. So I turned off the water and rubbed my swiping finger dry and answered the phone and in fact it was the delivery guy. He said, nah, if you're on nordo Tel Aviv, and I said, yeah. And he said, will you come down? I have a package for you. And I said, I'm getting out of the shower when will you be there? I can come down in a minute, and he said, I'm already here, come down as soon as you can. Now, a thing to know about delivery guys is that for them, the concept of being here is more encompassing than it might be for you and for me. Sure, it includes actually being at the door, but it also includes being on your street, even if they're at the other end of the boulevard, maybe ten minutes away when you factor in traffic. And it includes being in the general neighborhood or one neighborhood over, and if they're driving in from out of town, say from her to Leah, it includes when they cross over the municipal limits into Tel Aviv, which can be 20 minutes away or more. And I wasn't born yesterday. I know this. So I say, are you actually here? And he says, brother, I am actually here. So I say I'll be down in 60 seconds. And I jump out of the shower and tell off most of this open shampoo and pull on sweatpants and a sweatshirt and there's no time for shoes. So I put on slippers and I race down the flight of stairs out the door, but there's no one there. So I figure he's on the street, probably you didn't want to park his car or motorcycle. So I go out to the street and I look up and down the block and brother, there is no one there. And it's raining and I step into a puddle and the slippers get stopped. And I think you're okay at least The Rain will wash what's left for the soap off me. But then I look back towards the house and I see that one of the new tenants in our building from the second floor is outside and she's young and living with her boyfriend and they have the most adorable ball of fluff puppy and she's looking at me and I'm standing in The Rain in the cold barely dressed in sopping slippers. And it occurs to me that to her and to well anyone, I look like a crazy person. But then I look at her again. And I see that she's outside, also kind of just thrown together, and she's standing in her socks in The Rain. She kind of looks like a crazy person. And just then, a guy drives up on a motorcycle on the sidewalk and says, you know, can I say, yes, any hands me a package? And I say, you said you were already here waiting downstairs. And he says, brother, I am here. And just then another guy rides up on a motorcycle on the sidewalk, and my neighbor comes over and takes a package from him. And both of us turn to go into the house. And the third guy this time rides up on his motorcycle on the sidewalk and says, are either of you Marina and we both say she lives on the third floor and he pushes down the kickstand and walks with us to the security door and after we buzz in, he rushes ahead of us and bounce up the stairs to give Marina on the third floor. Her package. And I smile at my new neighbor and she smiles at me and both of us go into our places to put on dry socks and choose. And that brings us to the end of our show. Thanks to our meet ashkenazi, our genius researcher, conciliatory and scholar not in residence, thanks to a Thai shell in our station manager without whom we would have none of this. Thanks so much. She believe my favorite band from kibbutz gaba. They give us the music of the start and the end of our show. Thank you, Allison, thank you Natalie. Thank you, odd. We'd like to thank all of our Patreon supporters for your generosity and support. It keeps the show going, it keeps the station going. It keeps us moved and grateful and in your debt. And we'd like to thank all of you out there for taking the time to listen and ask you to like us on Facebook and drop us a line. We're going to answer. Then go to Apple podcast and give us a 5 star review. Maybe one that begins with this. The patron de Monet or Greek spirit of the promised podcast is surely euphemia, the spirit of good cheer, though interestingly, and this is true, the demona of the people while they listen to the podcast seems to be always this, the spirit of misery or echos, the spirit of pain. If you think about it, it's a paradox that finish out any way you want, but before you do that, remember that tomorrow as we record on January 28th, we will celebrate international kazoo day so declared way back in 1983 by Chaplin Willard Ron of the joyful noise 'cause who band to celebrate in its first year the Centennial of the U.S. patent number 270,543 granted to W H frost for, quote, a new and novel toy or musical instrument of which the following is a description. My object being first to provide in a compact and convenient form, an instrument or toy that will impart a vibratory or reedy sound to the voice when the voice is sent into such musical instrument or toy. Second, to provide a mean of protecting the diaphragm or piece of material which imparts the reedy tone to the voice from injury, proper modulation of the voice will produce imitations of birds and animals as the cause of a crow, the crow of a cock and the moo of a cow, et cetera, though from today's less buttoned up perspective, it's clear that frost's text should have read as the cause of a crow, the crow of a cock and the cock of a bull, et cetera, but I digress. The kazoo is among the most majestic of human creations. I think everyone would agree. And a focus of enormous and sustained curiosity as one learns from these kazoo FAQs or frequently asked questions on a popular kazoo website, quote Q can anyone play the kazoo? A, anyone who can hum completely the kazoo Q are kazoos expensive? A kazoos are relatively inexpensive and it goes on like that. For all their relative simplicity kazoos are arguably.
The Autosport Podcast
"arie" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Don't really want to be in cost things very much because it was. Somebody's trusting and counting on the country. Think about it much because I know that probably been what I can do is try to do my best to achieve results, but myself because it's over there. So when you get off the phone to him, that was a bit of a politician's answer he gave. He knows he knows the game, a bit of a non answer, which is yeah, it's nice, but hey, we'll see. Almost a racing drivers have kind of got that answer non answer. Do you reckon he really knows though he's got he's got a good opportunity. I think he's being clever there because he doesn't want to put any extra pressure on himself and let's be honest he's still very young. He doesn't need to have that extra pressure on there. So he's very being very clever there, but there's no doubting the talent that this kid has, because he got his first two rally wins last year for the first time in Estonia and then he obliterated the field in acropolis, which is not a place you go and do are certainly on your debut at that event as well. So this reason why arie flatten and said that because the guy is going to be a superstar. There's no question about it. He will be I'm sure he'll be a world champion at some point. And he's got plenty of years in the bank to still be the youngest because Colin McRae did it when he was 27 and so Callie's got a lot of time to do it. For me, he could well be, he could well be the championship. There's no question why couldn't if the car is good, he does exactly what he's done last season and built on that. He's going to be a formidable person to beat. And then you also spoke to and put to him. That perhaps last year was frustrating, but also this year could be wiping the slate clean and here's what he had to say. The performance side and the car improved, but we just didn't manage to put the package together, but now we have the blank page. So we have a good chance to work through everything and.
"arie" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Well, I'd be like, Liverpool season kind of is what it is. You're gonna be good, but you're not gonna win a title. You're not gonna fall out of top four. Like you kind of know that. I would so you don't really need them. If we, if there was a tighter race on, yeah, the huge part of me would want him back quickly. Obviously, but there'd be another part of me to be like, don't moan, don't complain about this. Like, really don't do it. Publicly. I hear hearing it. Like I really do from these absolute super rich clubs. Nailed back. Let's do it. You kind of show to that at me as if you wanted me to stop talking. The conversation I think had resolved itself. Caught offside pod at Gmail dot com don't ever do that again. Caught up sight ESPN on Instagram and at CEO soccer pod on Twitter. Follow us. Go there. Our rinky dink social media. Let's just have a look here. Colby. I'm behind on podcasts. So arie Fraser forster's time killing. So we were talking about Fraser forster. He would set the ball down, dig the ground, walk back, kick his booth, blah, blah, blah, kick the pores. Big deep breath. That was all against Tottenham. When they were a man down. I submit this, but of baseball minie from my first favorite player ever. This is called this guy who's called Mike the human Randall. And he used to drive opposing pitchers insane with his he was a Cleveland Indians. My car growth. Mike highgrove. Amongst others, yeah, and I think the only way to I mean, this guy would put Fraser forster to shame in terms of his routine and his tactics. Let's have a listen to how that sounds in baseball voice..
My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"arie" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Neighbors. Talk inspect every unit when you buy real estate never skip even if one unit that we just reclosing in on the building next week and you know there's one unit was trouble getting like nope we're getting in there before closing. There's no closing. There's no more skipping on right but every everything with your own eyes chat with the people talk to them. A lot of real estate is that is you'll see allow. The problem is when we started to to manage those buildings is. We realized that other things we could have seen before the closing. There was a water issue in one of the unit. That was kind of pets track before closing going into that unit talking to those people that they told us everything that happened and they were going to sink company. Like you guys told us. We'll come back. And i told you even is number. Eight point from that to said due. Diligence doesn't have to be brutal in hard and all that about observing. It's about asking questions and knowing the questions to ask so. I think that said that's probably presents talked to. The residents are very chetty. Allowed to talk and you ask them. Hey what'd you would you like about this. They'll you say what's what would you do better owned. That will tell you everything better. So we'll give you a chair beer. So i want to address this to property buyers. People that are out there buying properties. What one action would you recommend that they take to avoid suffering this fate talked to a property manager. Talk to your current real estate agent. They supposed to have your best interest but getting really nice check when when you close wreck. So they're very motivated dollar a month a season property manager. They'll get you a lot of insight on market manage property managers not getting paid for the transaction. They're getting paid for taking care of that overtime..
My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"arie" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Diligence phase the inspection phase looking at all the leases in place. All of that so again so getting back to you. It's a crunchy having the full proper due diligence on the front end the planning the planning going into going into an on the right the right foot and makes absolute sense from devastat. Point is let's say they don't have the experience get somebody with experience but not area. You're going into that. Area is known to be probably the worst area in minneapolis. You know have some areas have bed pockets. That's known to be one of the world's have very unattractive because they're playing traffic for attractive because those are what silos silos and the very industrialized units that was converted to apartments. And then the underwriting. The we'll start is very popular these days and underwriting is as good as you know how to underwrite but i can make you know. I'm an accountant. I did auditing for four. Five years have seen small businesses big businesses successful business. Fellow i can. I can sketch whatever. I wanted to perform. The key is to actually make something that works. No the nuances of the investment work. Works know how to operate. No drivers northern -tunities in the area in the market nor the wrists. There's money to be made in in this kind of territories but requires certain talented. Date didn't have and were offered management in neighboring units. I don't know how many times because we were the nicest buildings in area said. Nope no thank you. You know with kind of did them. We got paid. I want to say we didn't favor but we're like okay. We need to help disguise upgrade and get out of this neighborhood. 'cause they're good guys it kind of got stuck there so it's do your underwriting understand the risks in real estate if you don't know the area drive by be there in the.
My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"arie" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Shelters. We started working programs that get the man that sponsored. The rent will renew. We're going to be able to get seven hundred thousand eleven hundreds on some of those two bedrooms and we'll we'll we'll recommend to sell it to somebody else that's gonna be there started property but you know what they're gonna start off from from a better starting point from where you're right because it's going to be a stable property can be. We've didn't wanna stay there but we knew somebody else noise coming. It started property. Get it for cheap cash flow and turn it around with somebody else like them and and get the heck out of there right but our fear was that the owners the buyers will give up and if they would have given up and sell too early that would have been the worst investment ever in real estate That was a fear. Our fear was the buyer the owners would give up and not wanna follow the plan that we knew at the end will get them money and we'll get them good money but that was the fear so the fear of not less on us more than am. Can you recall a conversation that you had with the owners..
My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"arie" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"Were already behind not having a budget. And how are we going to get these units. Snap to beat a code. Even get the rental license up to where it because of minneapolis or based on a tier system. Here too. you're one is the best you're to mid tier three is not where you want to be that one. I believe a soft correct me. If i'm wrong but i'm pretty sure we started from the bottom there on tier three and work it up to tier one i believe on both properties with the amount of work. We had to do so. Remember the list from the city. Yeah the list from the city was before from the cellars. Having to take care of things that were not done. Nfl not mistake in the list. Was that thick day. Fourteen pages fourteen pages of citations. That was never disclosed through the underwriting process or prophetically asked by now by the buyers so yeah so it was it. Was there ever a point where you were starting to worry whether you could actually turn this around. Did you always feel like we can do this. I think for us. We always have the we like the challenge mentality. W we liked the challenge. I think was growing our business space by at least on one. You know that being part of it not fully but that is part of it. I don't necessarily ever thought of give up mentality but it was definitely a stressful are at. How are we going to make this work and it went down to. We were very efficient with our maintenance to do as much as we can day if it was you know many units for work order requests know..
My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"arie" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"It's it's very very hands on literally of holding the hand all the way through daily. And that is you know you've got you fix something in a hallway. for instance. A fire extinguisher fire extinguishers would be set off in the hallway. We clean it up and the next day same thing happened or there was homeless people sleeping in the hallways there. There was vehicles left deserted in the parking. Lots that just someone said for whatever the reason it doesn't ron who knows the story behind it but they were left for the owners essentially for us down for the owner to tell out of there at there. It was a lot to deal with. I think we had what three or four vehicles like asaf. There was a time where somebody from a neighbouring property through something in the dumpster of one of these buildings that lit the dumpster on fire and ultimately burn down the role of garages of the adjacent property behind our property which was a roll of twenty. Thirty garages literally. All went up in a blaze. Because somebody threw something in our trash can to our property and our dumpster and it started the soul. You kinda get the picture of what i mean. It's only fun now. Andrew wasn't funny. Then was that happened at night like you got a call in the middle of the night. Oh as the day it was during the day in luckily enough i had. We had a maintenance guy over there doing maintenance and he said well. I'm stuck here in the parking lot with my work van because there's four or five firetrucks here because somebody decided to have a neighborhood cookout. That was not planned so yeah. Luckily it was during the day but either way. It's a minute a huge inconvenience so so now you know he can understand..
My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"arie" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast
"We had units where all the windows were broken. I think we'd be placed. Probably every stole almost every refrigerator and every ac unit and all twenty units and our time.
"arie" Discussed on PodcastMina
"Parallel there. And then if anybody else, I'm not perfect but command and author technology. I'm going to be somebody had some more than a journey. If they're at the balto or at the national technology. Now massive yoga. Hadoop and yam are looking to pay for it. That technology will look more happy. Yeah. Okay. It is a bit more popular and technology on top. Yeah. Thank you, thank you Andy bug. With the arie mathematica Rudi that's about the Amazon. You just gotta go back and do better. And I think that I have not. I think a lot of us are in the same. That will be independent. Independence are Diego manduri. Mandarin. Her inner, I don't know, but. Yeah? Yeah? I'm corridor, but yeah? So you can put it. On. I've got a house independence, there aren't a lot of Logan, but I gotta do my job in this community. How does that go up? I'm a political. You know, bad shit, that people have never done that internal..
The My Future Business™ Show
"arie" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"No follow up no next steps. No think about it. Call me next week. All that goes away because one conversation you can determine if they're fit with you or not if it they're not a fit you disengage. You help them on board with you. So i've got a whole system around that then that i'm gonna be nicer which i'm now teaching giving away to my private clients who fantastic. We talk about that a little bit more intensive of websites that can find that information. But i'd love to guess focusing on little be if we could arie on on onset now if you wake up of the morning and you know you've got an important coal coming up you tinted against shuffler and get up about this. How do you stay come. What is the best price that somebody who's inexperienced should take greg question because what we do we. We call sales arm around us and when you get to work who. We're ready for the battle. Ready for bullets begin..
ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"arie" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"The only games people forget about are the mediocre ones which by the way. Also not true. But let's talk about so nice place. So Jim Jim is awesome. Gym is like a bad comment generator every time Jim talks, you can walk away and be like, dude, I love this guy. Just says a weird shit, but recently stated that basically gamers only remember the good games and I was like, It's so true. Yeah, it's but that's so wrong. Arie. I remember a shit ton of bad games and I remember mediocre ones, like, I don't know, maybe whatever world he lives in, that's the thing for him. I don't think that's the heuristic that determines, what games you remember or don't? I think there are other factors at play for example, how much fun you had, or maybe you had no fun. And you remember some of them is about it, right? There's so many little things that would cause you to remember a game can't be they still can't be just that right? Yeah. What we going to say. Silver nothing from my from my heart that it's partially true because I do tend to like move on very quickly from Bad Games and just not think about them ever again. So, in that way, it is sort of partially true. I mean, you if you asked me to Matt, like make a list of like my ten worst games I've ever played. I probably struggle to remember them more so than I would struggle to remember the best games I've ever played. But I would say, you could have somebody else and they would say, I partially remember the good games and I don't remember the bad games, the mediocre guess what I'm saying is his Declaration of the coin is just dead, right? Yeah, like it's dumb. Of course. It's it's an absolutist thing. An absolute things are generally. Not very clever. It's opinion. Do I say a lot of absolute as shit? Hm. Yeah. That's like a valuable and say that one point. Yeah..
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Stanford holds off Arizona 54-53 to win women's NCAA title
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Planned Parenthood lawsuits challenge efforts to push abstinence-only on teens
"Of new england wbz news time five forty nine mostly cloudy right now relatively cooler today only sixty one degrees right now in boston good saturday morning i'm teeny gal wbz news top stories now more lawmakers are speaking out on the contentious policy that separates migrant children from their parents at the us mexico border they are now dealing with a painstaking process a reuniting those children already separated with their families a widely circulated picture of a crying migrant girl that us mexican border is not what it seems apparently the child's father claims that girl was never separated from her mother representatives michael capuano and katherine clark will be part of the twenty group of democratic members of congress visiting the southern border the group plans to speak with children and parents who have been affected by president trump's family separation policy while touring a border patrol station and also centralized processing center analysts three people are shot and lynn overnight this happened near a law avenue limp elise are still investigating and still looking for suspects as well the family of a young girl who committed suicide in new hampshire is speaking out wbz's kim tunnicliffe reports the eleven year old endured months of bullying by fellow students step mom hopes schaefer was the one who found schuyler damaris after the fifth grader took her own life in her father's home skyler had left a note saying she just couldn't take the bullying anymore we're still pretty numb and in shock still trying to cross it what's going on and coming to terms with our new reality without our baby schaeffer says her stepdaughter was tormented by kids who said if they looked like schuyler they would kill themselves and the bullying was relentless school cyber bullying she couldn't get away from it no matter where she went the family will now focus its efforts on raising awareness about bullying and the fact that words can hurt kim tunnicliffe wbz newsradio ten thirty several affiliates of planned parenthood are suing the department of health and human services over its ongoing efforts to impose an abstinence only focus on its team pregnancy prevention program the lawsuits were filed in federal court in new york city and spokane washington by four different planned parenthood affiliates covering new york city and estates of alaska hawaii idaho iowa nebraska and washington planned parenthood says a lawsuits are intended to protect the future of a teen pregnancy prevention program from what they termed ineffective abstinence only curriculums the agency also says it has a right to change its funding priorities and policies wbz news time five fifty one and now the story students from marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland floor oughta are taking their march for our lives bus tour to wisconsin they are visiting house speaker paul ryan's office and also holding a news conference cbs is adam ducks ter has more students were in town as part of the road to change presser never visiting ryan's office they held a press conference to address ryan directly every time after a tragedy happened like in newtown the kids were too young and the parents were mortified about speaking out but we weren't there were some who disagree with the student's message price war oath to defend the constitution and these these this organization wants to take away part of the constitution so as a a servicemember taking off of office i feel it's important one of the goals of the bus tour is to educate young people and encourage them to vote and they may term elections this fall wbz news time five.
Putrid Corpse Flower About to Make Rare Bloom in NYC
"On a life insurance plan matt did not realize the pentagon had automatically issued to him when he left the army he's already covered by free life insurance policy from the department of veterans affairs tracy can't collect on both policies so the one they're being billed for is worthless north korea agreed to sent home us war remains earlier this month by the way the insurance company says future premiums will be deducted from matt's disability check he was paralyzed by iraqi sniper's bullet back in two thousand seven and now this story new york city is apparently about to be treated to a very big stink from the botanical gardens reporter james flippin has the details although scientists know it is the titan arum most no it is the corpse flower and that's because when it blooms pulses out a bad smell every minute or so with some comparing it to rotting meat or as the name implies a dead body you can find it at the new york botanical garden located in the bronx it's the fourth such flower to bloom they're dating back to the late nineteen thirties it only blooms about every ten years so you'll want to check it out or for those of us with a more sensitive sense of smell maybe not james flippin new york wbz news time five forty one and joining us now from the ace hticket dot com sports studio wbz's charlie version good morning tina not often you'll see a starting pitcher gave up ten runs and not take the loss red sox knuckleballer stephen right just didn't have it allowed ten runs ten hits in three hundred thirty innings last night against seattle but the red sox offense backed them up twenty hits rallied from five back outscored seattle fourteen ten the final sox outfielder jd martinez after the game said went down ten five i remember just thinking and talking to the guys fifteen chain safer downtown the five we feel that way i feel like a released onto in this game they were martinez knocked in five runs hit his twenty third home run of the season had four hits overall red socks were down five one in the fifth three in the sixth to pull to within one and then five more in the seventh and the red sox bullpen shut out the mariners over the final five innings yankees felt the tampa bay two to one so new york's lead in the east is down to a game over the red sox day two of the national hockey league draft today the bruins will have five selections in around two through seven they did not have a pick and last night's round one b use brady ca chuck was selected fourth overall by the ottawa senators j o'brien of fair academy nineteenth selection in the first round by the philadelphia flyers patriots and first round draft selection isaiah win have come to terms on a contract the offensive lineman out of georgia selected twenty third overall world cup soccer winters yesterday brazil shutout costa rica nil nigeria also to over iceland and it was switzerland over serbia to the one charlie birger on wbz sports traffic whether watch the news watch never stops wbz newsradio ten thirty listen on iheartradio and wbz ten thirty dot com wbz news time five forty three time for traffic and weather together every ten minutes the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.
NBA Game 2: Lebron James on body maintenance as Warriors deal with injuries
"Uhhuh sports flash i'm chris lopresti first stanley cup final game in washington in twenty years in the home team rewarded it's fans with a three one victory over the vegas golden knights alex ovechkin and have guinea 'cause nets outscored in the second period devante smith pelly tacked on in the third helping the caps take a two one series lead into game four coming up monday night cavaliers in warriors still resting up between games one and two of the nba finals the devastating loss for cleveland in the opener spoiling a ridiculous fifty one point effort from abroad james and now thirty three years old body maintenance a big part of lebron's routine especially at this stage of the postseason something you had to just two throughout his career mills eighteen when i came you got you can do whatever i wanted to do i could stay up throughout the whole night and then play forty eight minutes next night and dan not ice after the game and go right home so now eighteen even imitate my rookie year so no i'm totally different jury maintenance is the story for the warriors klay thompson questionable for game two with his ankle sprain andrea della doubtful with his left leg contusion holter said to be getting round the clock treatment game to will be sunday night at oakwood beatup jason kidd reportedly interviewed for the pistons head coaching vacancy on saturday check of the baseball scoreboard couple of games still going into seattle mariners lead the raised three to one and after eight innings in arizona it's the diamondbacks six and the marlins won these are all finals yankees bested the orioles eight to five while the red sox the astros five to four rangers came back to beat the angels in ten three two to the twin secure the indian seventyone tigers arrays the blue jays seven four and the royals topped the as five to four national league gives the cubs outlasting the mets in new york i'm more a drive toward right center field in the gap that's gonna be a it up against the wall one runners in schwab around third being waved to the plate the throw the.