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"armenta leg" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"Around Twenty Thousand Hertz is hosted by me Dallas Taylor and produced out of the studios of defacto sound a sound design team dedicated to making television film in game. Sound incredible find out more at defacto. SOUND DOT com. This episode was written and produced by Casey Emily. Then me Dallas Taylor with help from Sam snead. It was sounded by Soren Beijing. It was designed to Mix by Burger and Colin Varney special thanks to our guests. Jonathan Wolf and Steve Lack. Jonathan says he loves hearing from FANS THE FANS. Find me on my instagram facebook. It's easy to find me. My my handle is seinfeld music guy. So if you're listening to this and you want to reach out to me please do how respond and you can. And get in touch with Steve through his website. Steve Lack Dot Com. Finally I also love your feedback. You can reach out to me and the rest of the team through facebook twitter or by writing high at Twenty K.. Dot Org also. If you haven't checked out our website you are really missing out. Be sure to check it out at Twenty K.. Dot Org thanks for listening an arm and a leg is an exciting podcast. All about the cost of healthcare. Look I know what you're thinking. How could a show about healthcare? Be Interesting but trust me an arm and a leg does the impossible. It makes a learning about healthcare fun. The show is super smart. Art Answers the questions. We all have about healthcare like how to drug prices get so high and why do some things end up costing you more when you have insurance every episode it features amazing stories and fun characters like the journalist who figured out his medical device with spying on him. An arm and a leg can also help you make informed decisions. They tell you about scams to avoid smart questions to ask and even ways you might save a ton of money mostly an arm and a leg leaves you feeling like you're in good company dealing with healthcare can and suck but we're all in it together and Armenta leg. Is there to help you out. Subscribe to an arm and leg. Wherever you get your podcasts? Thanks again to Sonos for sponsoring this entire episode. Also you can find special offer. Codes from all of our great sponsors at Twenty K.. Dot Org slash slash sponsors. We rely on their amazing support. So help us by helping yourself to those amazing offers again. You can find those at Twenty K.. Dot Org slash sponsors congratulations to jared Ford Manson. Who by the way was the only person to get last episodes? Mystery sound right. Here's the reveal. That was the sound of heavy wind blowing through the San Diego Central Library. The architecture of this building was just right to create this eerie. Howl as the wind moved through it I highly recommend checking out a video of this on Youtube again? That was the San Diego Central Library. Finally you can receive your very own ad feet of the show by setting up a recurring monthly donation. It's super easy and it helps us to make these shows just had to donate dot twenty K.. Dot Org select your amount and you'll immediately receive your very own ad free feet again. That's donate Dot Twenty K.. Dot O._R._G.. Thanks..

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"armenta leg" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

10:20 min | 7 months ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Listen this is Hembo knows an MOS hunt show on the show get up. He tells us he's the head Honcho. He's also a big baseball nerd and we love having him on the show. His favorite team team is the Philadelphia phillies. So Hembo and honor of you in this last podcast of two thousand and one thousand nine hundred. We're going to go all N. L. E.. We'll Sarko Coho Nice. So we'll start with this. Give us your assessment of the phillies in their off-season worked so far and something that maybe is a concern for you. I I've been largely usually pleased with what the phillies have done. So far this season I thought they paid in Armenta legged for Zack Wheeler who has never had a great season. That's obviously dominated the conversation. But I I think the perhaps more significant decision they made us to bring in Didi Gregorius. Now I operate under the The opinion that there's really no such thing. As a bad one year deal and especially in in this case Didi Gregorius legitimately makes phillies bidder. Three position so last season the phillies ranked twenty first and Infield defense. Two years ago they ranked twenty fifth and giving their decision to who allow Franco to walk it for third baseman in as well as non tender Cesar Hernandez food the opportunity to play Scott kingery everyday position probably third base. Where a second either way? He's it'd be a plus defender Vendor in that spot and we can finally move into office shortstop because I think it's fairly obvious that he's not that anymore either so the phillies are seemingly trying to get younger. More athletic let it can better on defense and I think the addition of Didi Gregorius will have a ripple effect on the rest of the roster that we haven't quite discussed and as recall in the phillies heyday. This was a really good defensive team in the until without Lian rollins up the middle. They won the world series in two thousand eight with Pedro Felise as their third basement. He was an outstanding defender there. Too and in such a small hitter friendly ballpark. It's it is extraordinary. Revalue Gobble up grandma's and they have not done that while the last two years I think. The addition of Gregorios makes a considerable difference in that respect. What do you think of the off-season work of the New York? Mets the most significant news that came out of their camp. This year's probably has to do with this off. Season probably has to do with the ownership but I actually really think that the Portillo and and walk decisions are fairly shrewd ones. Like I said I don't really Ever have a problem with your contracts and you're buying low on two pitchers that have performed fairly well but I think the mets Giving giving their inability to spend bigger. I think is more of a reflection on some pass decisions that they've made which I think. Frankly is a cautionary tale for pretty much. Everyone right now. This team is projected to have a competitive balance tax payroll of about one hundred ninety six million dollars not too far from threshold. Which is pretty wild considering the the whole day haven't that roster but you know when you're paying canot and you're paying lowering your pink familiar all this money? I think a cautionary tale because brody came in last year guns ablaze and right. He's I'm trying to kowtow to ownership to make this team now right away and They're still hanging on in this purgatory which I think is a very bad place to be frankly in major league baseball these days at least and I think the the decisions that they made last off season I think those ripple effects are still being felt and probably will for quite some time. I'm fascinated about what they'll do with Stephen Mats. They essentially try to turn them into some version of Josh Hater in the bullpen. But if you look at the injury histories of Michael Wocka and you consider the resell administrators whole career in the way. They're paying him. I can't imagine they would move him to the bullpen. They've got six started for five spots. So Matt's there's GonNa be an interesting guy in spring training for me. Alex Anthopoulos the general manager of the braves have talked about has talked about how he wants to add a middle of the order. Bat Bat there in conversations on Josh Donaldson how cute is that need without Donaldson in it. I I don't think Josh Donaldson. Frankly I I well first of all the top three hitters in that order are arguably at least The Best Collection in Major League Baseball. And I think that goes a long way especially in the national even if you have a lineup that you fill out four three eight with a A handful of league average guys which is about what they'll be think. I the the breeze offense will still be considerably above average. I'm also a believer in Austin Riley and I know you are to at least extent now. It's strikeout-to-walk ratio last year. One hundred eight to sixteen is ugly but the minor league record is fairly good in terms of his pitch recognition. And I am. I expect that that he will continue to develop the braves seemingly get out in front of this Josh Donaldson decision by loading up on bullpen arms. In addition signing Cole. Hamels and Travis Dr No. I think the way they've handled handle. They're all season is probably the best actually of any team in the National League East. I don't think Josh Donaldson to win the Division again next year and it seems to me at least that financially. They've sort of created opportunity for themselves to get ahead of the possible that they won't bring it back. My expectation is that they won't and frankly I don't think they need to the Washington nationals. Nationals will try to become the first team since the two thousand Yankees to repeat as World Series Champions in Major League Baseball. They lose Anthony Rundown. They keep Stephen Strasburg Iceberg. What's your take on the nationals lineup? Without rundown this team needs Josh Donaldson or potentially Kris Bryant more than probably any team in this division. Actually at least in my judgment the the braves have a lineup in place that I think can withstand not being able to add one of those guys but the margin for error for the nationals. I think is considerably less. We talked last week on the podcast that they essentially chose Stephen Strasburg over their best everyday position player. which is sort of a bizarre moving again? This team didn't win. Their division. Last year was six hours away from not even advancing the wildcard game. So it's easy to to remember. This team has being some sort of juggernaut but in reality they really were not. They're the oldest team in baseball last season season. So you really have to capitalize on this window that they have a big Fan of the twenty two year old shortstop third baseman quarter key. Boom I think he can play but I'm not sure he's anywhere close to Anthony rendering right now. I would be willing to package boom in a couple of prospects potentially in a trade for Bryant. I think Josh Donaldson to Pretty Nice Consolation Prize. But this is a win now team. And in a Hyper Competitive National National League East I think they should keep their foot on the gas and given the way that they've built this thing they have a lot less time to win another one. The braves do. It's been very interesting. Thing with the Marlins this off season the most recent acquisition that they had the signing camp to a minor league deal and they've added a lot of veterans this winter. And as I've seen that I kind of wonder okay. What's going on there because they you know like a lot of teams in recent years? They made the decision to tank. They traded Yelich and Stanton and a lot of the guys as in. What was a really good lineup? As they rebuilt and they cut down their payroll and then it feels like this off season. They're back to adding veterans. We'll take don't understand. It feels like they should go all one way or the other and we saw the last couple years how the padres have been increasingly impatient with the pace of their revealed. That's what it feels like. It's happening with the Marlins I think the padres are bad. Comparison for the marlins though because the padres financial commitments to those veterans was considerably. More the marlins moral the Marlins so long I don't view this as a deviation from their plan I think this is a case of that my opinion is that Derek jeter looks at this thing we've drawn fewer than a million fans fewer than a million and fans over the last two seasons. He obviously comes from a school of thought where he is obviously obsessed with winning and used to it. So I'd imagine it pains him to watch a mostly empty stadium of fans watched losing baseball every single night. And so long as you're not taking away reps from young players within your system or organization that otherwise would have the chance to me signing you know. VR and Aguilar and those types of players only really Serves as a band aid or a patch. Too just to provide some semblance of credibility for a franchise that right now just has non so while I think the padres did deviate from their plan in that Senate investing so much money in those veterans in the Marlins of sort of on the opposite. I really have no issue signing a bunch of veterans and there's has also some level of hard to quantify but intrinsic value in having a couple veterans in the lineup. Everyday that because in some sense there's really no one on that club that's going to be a part of the next good team. They have that have ever had any success previously or even have that much You know Coaching from veterans. Like it. So I'm not sure that's not really something that you can quantify but there is some value value in that Lake Jonathan. VR will immediately be their best player and given the fact that they're in a similar position as the orioles. I actually sort of capture jeeter in that front office for being willing to not no blatantly tank when obviously everyone else seems to think that they should be as of today. I would pick the braves to win this division. What about you? I pick the brave to win the division this they he might be on a run here where they might do something similar. They went on in the nineties. It wouldn't stunned me if they did so keeping all that pitching together all right Hanbo happy new year to you. Send India boys. It's time for some inside heat on baseball tonight. Alex Fair covers. The Red Sox covers baseball baseball for the Boston Globe. He's also the author of a new book this year. Homegrown Alex as tyler did. Give us a book plug I I. I spent a number of years trying to figure out taking a three hundred sixty degrees survey or as close as I can get to it Of the Red Sox and what happened from twenty eleven to twenty eighteen eighteen in order to create a homegrown championship core And it wasn't just the story of getting better. It was a story of how an organization struggles goals to achieve. Its plans in a way that has I hope. Kind of timelessness While also connecting with a pretty special group of players and the dynamics between them it helps them ultimately achieved something very good but ultimately isn't necessarily proving sustainable moving forward. Yeah and that two thousand eighteen red sox championship hip team is arguably the best in the franchise's history but as you know they've cycled off of that now and they're in the process of restructuring restructuring as they move forward in men. Alex I know you in your position covering this team you have to follow all the headlines or try to lead the headlines lines on this. They're generating a lot of headlines and I want you to help us separate between what's real. And maybe what's a little bit overstated. Where do they stand right now in the process of talking with other teams about Mochi bets? I think that they're just. They're still kind of the general exploration stage nothing is front burner for them They are willing to listen on anyone as as they probably should..

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"armenta leg" Discussed on An Arm and a Leg

An Arm and a Leg

08:48 min | 8 months ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on An Arm and a Leg

"After the show the performs heck no techno say that people come up to them with their own stories and some of them are super personal. Here's emily I think having this happen onstage. It gives people permission in a way to you just bake. Yeah this happened to me and I can tell you about it. And that's why they come up to us because we're like spilling our guts amount all this stuff and they feel like okay. I can too and not just patients. Here's Stephanie the one of the doctors I used to work for came to the show and he loved it and he said Ooh that was rough one of the things he said I guess he knows he knows that. Like sometimes is people have to look at him through a certain light in order to protect themselves and that is one of the things that happens in in that part of the show. You're like here's some self defense means we like the doctor dirtier gets put in the position of like being a used car salesman and that's something we struggled with because we recognize that a lot of doctors don't feel all this way and feel trapped by the system to absolutely. They've got sympathy for doctors but at its heart. This is an angry show while emily was helping write it. She channeled some of that anger anger into fighting off a surprise medical bill of her own a year earlier. Her doctor told her. Hey you qualify for a free breast cancer screening and at first. She wasn't sure they kind live new me at this point because had gotten into the ritual of saying a so. Hey I'm emily I have this really bad plans but they were like yes. Yes yes but really This is free. She's like okay. What the hell takes the test comes back? Negative good to now then a year later. There's a bill more than two two hundred bucks emails. The doctor's office email includes the sentence. I am shocked notes that they told her it would be covered at no. No cost to me. Underline if I knew the procedure would cost me. I would have declined to get it done. I can't pay this bill. What can be done best emily best? Yeah so Paul White but firm. That's eight twenty. Am She. Follows up with phone calls gets told. Hey Hey this is from our lab that did some blood work. CALL THEM THERE IN UTAH. Emily's in New York she waits 'til their office opens calls they say hey. This is on your insurance company. Anthony Bouquet. She calls the insurance folks and they were actually super helpful this test. It's got three codes on it and to our preventative preventative. They're covered the third one. That's diagnostic not on your plan. I wish I ask them on the phone. Pretty much point in black like so. You're saying if the code is changes this will all just go away and essentially they were like. Yeah that's what it is and now it's the end of the day another email to the doctor's office time stamp. Five forty two PM explains what she's learned asks the doctor or to resubmit so it gets coded preventive not diagnostic. She reminds them the test was their idea and they promised it was free. Your office told me it was part of my preventative services. Can you please withdraw this and resubmitted as preventative. Best Emily next morning. There's an email back from the doctor's office. Hi Emily I will forward this to the doctor and get back to you. That's it no best after a few hours. The doctor's Office Sends Emily. Follow up a call the lab bills from them. Here's the number number back to exactly where she'd started eight minutes later one thirty PM. Emily writes back. I already did that. She runs down what she's learned from the lab and from her insurance. The only thing that will make the bill go away is if it is resubmitted by your office as preventive best. I emily one minute later. One thirty one PM they respond. Okay thanks and then again a minute later at one thirty two. I'll get back to one thousand three. Emily Response Thank you exclamation mark. I was trying to a you know chipper even the higher so angry and silence a week later. Emily sends a follow up for words. Any updates on this. Yes they reply ten minutes later. Yes it's done you'll get a new statement soon with zero balance. The note ends. Thank you for being patient with me. Have a great day period have a great day period. Have a great day period. I'm sure they were fed up with me but I was so shocked. I was so shocked it it was like I can't believe that worked. I can't believe that actually worked. I can't believe I could just tell them to change the like Bebop boob like code thing a and they just did it and then yeah two hundred and forty. Something dollars. Went away that I would have had to pay me. It sounds like you might have spent most of a day getting that done and that I that did cross my mind like how many hours like I was building a client on on the amount of time it took to manage this project but he's also like like whatever I one. It's awesome emily. Lean Stephanie are looking to remount explanation of benefits. Maybe New York maybe on the road. Maybe both and they'd like to do more of these kinds of shows about healthcare. They want to experiment with doing a kind of episodic series with a different dead of healthcare story every month. They say the first one will be about dental care and how it isn't covered by health insurance. which is weird right to be called accidental? Meanwhile you're putting the songs explanation of benefits on spotify. We'll put a Lincoln on newsletter as soon as their up and on twitter at arm and a leg show or facebook. Page all the points. That's it for this episode of an arm and leg if you are enjoying the show please consider supporting us on Patriots on support from listeners. has made it possible for us to get here to season three and we are cooking up some big plans for next year. And we're going to need your help. Their fund rewards. I just sent out a bunch of handwritten thank you cards and some Armenta leg. BANDAIDS and everyone who pitches in two dollars a month or more gets a shout out at the end of the show and the ultimate reward is a doctor of righteousness diploma from arm arm and leg. University we're getting ready to print some up suitable for framing for folks. Give thirty five dollars a month or more and when we get to a thousands of borders orders at any level everybody gets one. I mean. We're on a budget. That's another were still able to crank out the show. So thousand people will get postcard-sized diplomas still extremely cool. It also means we'll be able to do a lot more episodes and I've got some other projects in mind. I just got a mockup from our brilliant. We'll get designer Sean. O'Neil you can see at Patriotair dot com slash arm and a leg. Show next time. Mom takes her to the ER for stitches. They're all out of anaesthetic at her urgent care place she asks the guy at the Er taking her insurance information Robert what she might pay before she signs anything. And and she says Roberts Lake I don't know but it starts at like six hundred bucks. She says okay except when she gets the bill. It's not six hundred. It's 2600 actually. It's more if Robert had told me that it would be twenty six hundred dollars. I wouldn't thank you very much and walked out and gone back back to our lovely urgent care and been Cameron Bite on this stick next time on an arm and a leg. Why can't anybody ever tell you the price upfront like literally you ever? Then the Gary Soft. This episode was by me. Dan Weisman our editor is an Heiferman are consulting. Managing producer is daisy. Dario from music is by Dave winer and blue sections Adam. Raimondo is our audio wizard. This season of an arm and leg they co-production with Kaiser Health News. It's a nonprofit used service by healthcare in America. It's an editorial. We Independent Program of the Kaiser Family Foundation Kaiser Health News and the Kaiser Family Foundation nations are not affiliated with Kaiser. Permanente big health care player. They share an insult. That's it it's a fun story you can check it out at arm and a leg show dot com slash kaiser. Dan Weber is national editor for Broadcast and Tonga. English is senior editor for broadcast innovation. Kaiser Health News Their editorial liaisons to this show and they are great final. Thank you to some of our new backers unpatriotic. I could not make this show without you at all. Pledged two bucks a month or more more. You get a shoutout right here. 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"armenta leg" Discussed on Marketing School

Marketing School

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on Marketing School

"Welcome to marketing school the only podcast that provides daily top level marketing tips and strategies from entrepreneurs that practice what they preach and live what they teach. Let's start leveling up your marketing knowledge with your instructors neil patel and eric su. Welcome welcome to another episode of marketing school. I'm eric su at i'm neil patel and today we're gonna talk about when you should build links to a piece of content so in the last episode we talked about when you op graded piece of content but building links can be a little trickier and so obviously the two most important things when it comes to google our content and links right so when you buildings to conduct so for me personally what i look for a simple way of looking at it is if a piece of content is if i pull up google search council and its ranking for a keyword. I wanted to be ranking for l._s._a._t. Ranking anywhere from number five to twenty or so. I know it's within striking distance of getting into a top three position so for me. That's an indicator and i don't need to pay for another tool to do that. I can just use the google search console to get started. W guideline for me and i want to get even deeper. I can use it to address the poor even more metrics but simple way of doing it is google search console. I bill links to a piece of content and i look at the people who are in the top ten and they barely have any back links. If you already have a site that has a ton of authority we the tactic that eric mentioned with the striking distance works extremely well. I do that most of the time myself but for a lot of you guys you probably don't have the authority so i would build links based on the top ten so look at the top ten results for any cure that you want to rank for look how many back links they have and if they have a small amount like ten twenty referring domains look at the total back when campbell look how many unique referring domains if it's something small like that if you bill a back link or handful of back accolades and they're rich and anchor takes you'll notice that your rankings will start shooting up it will take a bit of time but i base it off of that if you notice that everyone has hundreds of back links to that exact page and the specific neither hundreds a unique referring domains unless you have more time and effort to put it into link building that's when you probably should avoid it so i would either they do based on a striking distance as eric mentioned or be based on <hes> if it's not that competitive purely based on link count for all the other people that that rank for that term yeah and actually has told i think they can secure difficulty show you how many back links you need a bill so that's additional piece of advice there. If you wanna see how difficult to keyword is using using meals tactic here you can easily see when you search for a keyword. They'll show you the top ten and how many root domains are pointing to each one and also show you on a scale of one then one hundred how difficult that keyword is and i was like oh you need like ten links or just keywords not that difficult. Maybe you need. Maybe one link to get into top ten right so that way. At least you have an indicator of if he should pursue it or not but it's a simple straightforward answer. Those are the main two things you can look at. The third thing is if you have a bigger company. You don't have the authority but you have a lot lot of budget. You're getting paid ads the mummy. You know certain keywords are getting you amazing r._o._i. From paid search and you're spending armenta leg that would be another case where it's worth building a link to a page aged that is purely focused on that keyword topic call so that is it for today guys but don't forget to rate review and subscribe it helps us grow and also if you're interested in the growth growth accelerator masterminded neil and i are doing this is where we'll help you grow your business faster and just go to marking scored the i o slash alive. That's l i v e thought that application and if it makes sense will we'll reach out and <hes> yeah applications free to fill out and that being said we'll see you tomorrow. We appreciate you joining us for this session of marketing school be sure to rate review and subscribe to the show and visit marketing school dot c._o. For more resources based on today's topic as well as access to more episodes that will help you find tree marketing success. That's marketing school dot i._o. Until next time class dismissed.

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"armenta leg" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Series. I'd say they found a ten years and they have to nail this right. They have to get someone who is going to compete down the stretch. WHO's not gonNA cost Armenta leg and he's GonNa be there for the future add-ons anyone that fits the bill but I do think it will be. I think this trade will more likely weekly decided we'll more likely decide if the world series this year or not and if you'll definitely see Kleiner yeah I also think he scared to lose as a trade I think every trait he makes the loop for trade. Whatever by the way realize Giovanni Guy goes having a great year for the cardinals. Just realize is out today I was doing today was the Sunday was the one year anniversary of trading luke boy so it was like it was a nice article by Brian Hope but guy who says like a two year for the cardinals Ardoz in forty games so good for him but anyways the people were people brought up and I didn't mean this incentive the treaty Debbie Glossy Stroman. I do not think he should have done that. That's not a Guy Troy Debbie Garcia for no but I still think as I said there's there was a trade to be worked out there. That doesn't include Debbie Garcia that would have made Toronto. You know they would love that you know. I think he's afraid to lose a trade you know he he likes is to win. These shopping the discount store for the Luke voice to the world of Mike Talk Wins and all that but if you look at recent history cubs won the world series right they traded for they got Chapman at the deadline they gave up Gleyber Torres. You look back. It's like well. Labor towards is twenty two now and he's a fucking budding superstar in on track to be just have a fifteen year career. That's like hall of Fame Worthy Right but they won the world series because of that trade they got Chapman and Chapman was great for them. You know obviously seventy say whatever but leading up to that point they leaned heavily on our oldest Chapman and he guided them to a world series. Look the Red Sox all these the paying for all these people in the Trang trading for Chris Sale you trade Kopech and you trae Moncada. You know those guys a few years sales diminishing at this point and who knows that that's going to taper off or you know he's GonNa figure himself out but you want a world series of Chris L.. You're probably GONNA end up losing that trade if those guys are so young Moncada and Kopech is a good chance like they become superstar want. You can't like I think he just has to do that. Type of deal where you bite the bullet and you figure it out later but just think about right now don't be afraid to who the treasury just don't worry claim it clear like Lemur is so out of that equation like people who think labor is up for grabs a fucking morons may Wanna get that that's crazy..

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"armenta leg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"The summer. Now, you have great golf courses. So all of those things really played a part here, and unlike Colorado or out west not going to cost you in armenta leg. So did people mentioned specific attractions in, in Pennsylvania? Was there an opportunity do that? No. Not specific. Attraction, we did look for the overall number of attractions, which was high and variety of arts, entertainment, and recreation establishments. Okay. All right. So now that you've gathered this information, I'm guessing that this is also the time of year that people are planning their trips. Is that kind of thing that you envision that people could use this study that it may influence where they decide to go short trip long trip over the summer? So these are the most fun states can visit in America. It's not necessarily the best places to live overall. But for those people that do want to plan a summer trip wanna get away. I think the top ten is obviously a great place to start and over what period of time did you do this study? So this looks at data from the last year or so the most recent data available. So any new barred, etc. That popped up in the last couple of months, wouldn't be included here. But I think most nightlife options and certainly costs, they're pretty up-to-date. So you guys have done quite a few different studies. And we tend weaving Pennsylvania tent fair pretty well in those studies. Why do you any idea why you think that is? Well, you know what we're looking at I would say, Pennsylvania, and usually is at least in the top half. But again, two big cities can't really say that for a lot of states, especially on the east coast. I think that helps I think a lot of these recreational activities help good schooling helps as well. So, again, depends what you're looking at. I think taxes, for instance, might not be a head all day. But for the most part, lots of good stuff going on there. All right. Tell us the site because I'm sure a lot of our listeners want to get some more information. Exactly where Pennsylvania ranks a little bit more as to why you can head to wall, it hub dot com. They said twenty nine teams most fun states in America. And as I mentioned, you've done a couple of studies in, in Pennsylvania has shown up in those can they find those as well. Absolutely. We had this on the city level too. If you want to see exactly where your city ranks, we also have best in worse places, just for recreation, maybe just for sake ation. So you can check out all of that on the site. And, you know, I mean this reminds me of something, and I apologize. This is kind of like an afterthought. But if I'm not mistaken, we had you guys on this show back in February because it was one of the best places for dating and the cost of a night out was one of the factors, and it sounds like that was a factor in this study. Yeah, exactly. I mean, everything from average beer and wine prices to movie cost to just the sheer number and access to bars, both inability, and in proximity, all of those things, I think, have some overlap, just in terms of your dating auctions, and your nightlife options. Well quit complaining about Pennsylvania. It sounds like we've got a lot to offer. Gio Gonzalez from wallet. Had thanks so much for joining us, anytime. And, you know, sometimes when you're here in you're in the middle of it, you, you don't see it the way other people see it. I know that those of us who grew up in this area, something as simple as kennywood park, we take kennywood for granted, because we've always had an amusement park, and me when I was little, there was kennywood park. There was west view park white swan park rainbow gardens. There were all kinds of amusement parks in this area over the years, they would all down, but we've out what has been a stable, but you talk to other people from other parts of the country. And sometimes, you know, they have to travel to go to a place like kennywood. They have to plan. It has to be a trip. It involves an overnight stay. It may involve a hotel. That changes the dynamic whereas you're, you're in this area, and you can wake up that morning and say, hey, let's go to Kenny would, hey, let's go to sandcastle, and while the price of all of those has gone up given I mean, I don't know, when the last time as you checked, like a Disney price, but you can spend a fortune taking the whole family to Disney, you can at least figure out a way you know, there's an discounts and things to take advantage of to Goto kennywood. So next time you thinking about a trip. Think about this data Pennsylvania, there's lots to do and, you know, the other thing this is just an aside, we have free things in Pittsburgh. A lot of free things, free family oriented things that you just don't find in a lot of other cities. So we need to take a look at what we have right in our own backyards before we start traveling to shake California, Florida or New York. There's the biggies Pennsylvania, doesn't ranked t bad, so. Enjoy it. Let's enjoy our state, this summer get out and about it is coming up on twelve twenty five. Time now for AAA traffic.

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"armenta leg" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I think it's Korean likely. The translation is we hope they make peace in North Korea with the US. We don't wanna get bombed out. I think that's that's the translation that go through Lou. Do we? Anyway, causing a big cessation around. Here are big three after the join Assange arrest in London. The president said I don't know anything about WikiLeaks. Never also in the big three houses for a plan. The Trump administration wanted to send the tained migrants to sanctuary cities that will show them they go a little payback for you in rounding out the big three the mayor says no more plastic of any kind we purchased by any city agency. And he wants to expand it he hopes to everyone this right now is just city agencies. But he think idea. No, no, no, it's ridiculous. It's too much of the telling people how to live their lives, and those straws those those paper straws, they don't last they get all they practically disintegrate in your in your in your drink halfway through the drank that they can't get them, and they taste bad as the paper. I don't like I like plastic. It's going to be a problem without plastic utensils. What are you gonna use? Go to a restaurant for all. Trees. Do you have to tear down to take down to biodegrade? Exactly chopsticks. Are they do sell bamboo? Thank you know, forks and knives are very thin kind of wood very expensive, though. Yeah. Bamboo song number v before the house with the bamboo door. I don't Ambu roof and band members got a bamboo floor to from. It's an ova. Have. I saw my deadly. You get Jimmy. Who Joe all right enough stuff? Like a time warp make them stop. That's a big hit for k pop or guest. PS? Hey, the taxes ship, by the way. I did Joe. I did Natalie. Nope. Whoa. You what do you? Wait. What are we not today's? That's our we got a bottle of wine. We have our turbo tax yourself. You do your tax is painful. Yeah. We're doing our Texas tonight. Very good. Sounds like oh, something I. Why just because they actually by the way, it cost me an armenta leg this this new salt tax business. He can't deduct prevalant. Yeah. Tell me about too. Yeah. Absolutely. It's cost me a bundle. I oh, I got host this year. I over paid. I did estimate Texas overpaid last year. So it's not so bad for me. Yeah. Well know, guess what two weeks? I write my very last mortgage check really life is good for Rita. Listen to that. Great. I would have bottle of wine. I that last mortgage check great. I wrote my last what about ten years ago? That's a top. Let's go to Alice stock the rose Allison's unity your taxes yet. I certainly did. And my what I what I had to pay equal more than two of paychecks. Wow. Wow. Got hoes to buy the new salt taxes. Yeah. Or lack of being able to deduct those taxes stat, correct? There's no way you can meet the deductions that need. No. He's like are you sure, you sure? You never gonna hit that threshold. You have to hit us through twenty four thousand dollars. There's no way gonna hit it without those state. So what's a what did you find out in the street today about taxes? Well, let me let me just say this. Okay. According to the IRS the number of individual tax returns filed by March twenty nine we've down by just over one percent this year from last the size of the average refund was down point seven percent to two thousand eight hundred seventy three dollars. Fourteen million people are expected to file for extension. That's one out of ten Natalie, which the largest bloomber of extension requires inva-. Wow. That's not Natalie because she's going to get done this weekend and over on too, much wine. But that's another story. Good can you deduct the wine when you're doing your taxes differently? Making. Is is detectable. I saw that somewhere over. Almost people paid overall last several income tax this year. But because. And two with holding. Taking out a paycheck. So people are getting at the end. So. To talk to people in Times Square. It was about fifty fifty with the number of people saying the new tax did hit them home. How'd that work out for you?.

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"armenta leg" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Five two. Just eight five five five eight five twenty five hundred folks, and you can talk to Dr miss she or you can talk to doctor hall. Oh, you could talk to anybody on our panel. It's eight five five five eight five twenty five hundred because what we do on the health calls radio show is folks we're here to help you. We're not here to replace your doctor believe me, but we do is give you alternatives to practical US medicine that you may not know about or that the doctors you're going to may not know about because they were not trained in that methodology or the practice of medicine the alternative practice. Correct coo- cook or complementary right alternative. Alternative or complimentary? Right. You could use both. It's interchangeable because either something for yourself. You know, eastern European European culture is different than the American culture culture is a preventative culture, the certain way, my wife is families like that. She say you have a beautiful wife city right here. What you wanna talk? No. She is she gonna flat. Okay. Did this Buta take? At at a question about tech. How for if I have a scar. How many what's the average sessions is that say, okay. One in done are, you know, the news about the beauty ticket is not a quick solve gratifying. Something we sometimes get used to have. It's not about injecting your Dongo. And I'll be back in two months. It requires effectively. Speaking is minimum of successions depends on what you do. A facial can take a forty five minutes up fat lost about thirty minutes. Sa question. What is the cost? A lot of people wonder what the cost for this stuff is shaking your head. White on. Okay. Armenta leg now now. No, no, it's we take force born, but take votes slips with vacation, nobody no I do not. No constantly Klay charge about two hundred one hundred fifty to three hundred dollars per session. That's all the time three hundred dollars. It's out on have it is it is show people who come in for this safe effective treatment. They're going to have to forget about their quick self gratifying that you know, ended one session on down. You know, we're going to go to break right now. And when we come back, we want to delve into this little bit more because you know, the United States is so beauty conscious. Whether it's a quick fix or a long.

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"armenta leg" Discussed on Off The Hook

Off The Hook

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on Off The Hook

"All right perfect. Yeah. Also, a car on I have been traveling for about five weeks. Now, we're not wealthy when we're not spending. A lot of money was staying in places that literally cost thirty dollars a night and crack out that's what it cost, and it was a nice place to it was really nice thirty dollars a night, or you know, you figure out a way to travel we took an airline called. Wow. Literally cost a hundred bucks to get from from Europe to Iceland. It was scary. Yes. No question about it. But but it worked and you have to you have to think of things that. Kind of defy the odds the system. Think like a hacker, and you can always get from one place to another expensive. Telephone data plans are sort of ridiculous. When you think about how much WI fi there is all around the world, which is a kind of underrated technology. But when you're on the road, you're always on the lookout for a way to to get online or do something without having to pay armenta leg, and that's stuff. We've definitely talked about in the past. And I encourage anybody out there thinking of traveling or is inspired to check out other places and see what kind of tech they have or or what kind of cool communities are out there use as many of the of the different things we've talked about. And maybe we'll come up with your own techniques for for making that kind of lifestyle and those trips of horrible. Yeah. I think part of what we always hear as hackers is at certain things are impossible. It's impossible to put out magazines. We'll do radio shows impossible to do a conference in the middle of. New York City, and it's impossible to go from one place to another for cheap. While all of that is possible. If you think like a hacker if you keep investigating keep searching for answers, keep trying different things and keep sharing the information. Because that is what hackers do wanna thank people for taking part in the conversation Mitchell. Thank you so much everything you do for inspiring us and forward to hearing your adventures in the future, you can write to us OT h at twenty six hundred dot com. We'd love to hear from you. And we back again next week same time same station. Stay tuned for exploration next. Good night.

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"armenta leg" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Okay. I don't care like if I don't know who you are. I don't care and Brian. I forget who was on the show and I was like fuck. Let me go all this news. I really actually know what it was. It was when he was on kick out of two with you and the funny thing is is that episode in my head sounds like because it's kind of what it is it sounds like you on his show but he's on your show because he would it turned into because he used his recording <hes>. That's funny but yes they might add now dude from podcast or point of view like that's what you gotta do dude. I I say every podcast like files for it is somewhere have on my external hard drive. Now are full conversation Asian from earlier this year I have the wrestling Shire's portion obviously and then I have the kick out to portion recorded from my end and I've had I've had my fair share of Lake. You're basically doing podcasts without a podcast faster and they're like hey I'm on record to and because I used to use a program when I these skype called Pamela which like does decent not the best but does decent recording every so once I was I was in a place that had if he internet so so the Internet was getting kind of choppy like a kept like stopping the recording and I'd have like record again at I was going through all this stuff and the guy who I was on the podcast with he was like dude. I have recording going. I'll just send it to overdone. I'm like Oh thank God Tiger so it's definitely one of those things. Would you have to people like that together. It's like all right out record to you know just so were good and so that that always like rings in my head sauce like when I heard that episode I was like all right. Let me check out this this podcast at that. I know oh I've always seen the logo and I went through the Cadillac. I was like Oh wow there's a lot of people that I know who have been on this show so I downloaded all those episodes at of people I've like or know about or whatever and every once tomorrow I'll listen to one of those episodes like reaching the archive like that's longer listen to the David vague episode. That's an awesome upset who of data Vega and I was like right threaded around the beginning of football season this year and then after Lebron lab so there was a conversation about that so like it's been somewhat talked about. I know he's GonNa come on this show in January. If you want to cross promotion thing that's fine too but <hes> NASA January it's GonNa be I'm going to focus focus on it in January but he's somebody he's high on my list because I think we would just have unlike talking about music and <hes> just being in a studio because if it wasn't for the time I spent in a studio with a friend of mine who was like trying to be local rapper and he was actually paying decent money to go to a studio like I would always Kinda sit there with the engineer and that's how I really started to WanNa do this in before I knew about podcasting you know it's funny that we're on this topic now because <hes> <hes> I heard you talk about the talk boy with coup and honestly like when you talked about like just like kind of recording yourself with the talk boy they made a lot of sense <hes> I used. I'd had never had a boy actually <hes> now. I have one tattooed on me but I've never had a physical talk boy but I had like this little <hes>. I don't know what you'd call it but it was like a little it was like a tape recorder and it had like a little microphone phone and I mean it was pretty big was still portable <hes> color and when I was a kid when what what color was it oh man it it was it was a bunch of different colors. It was like I remember Red Yellow Bahrain blew. It was like the most nineties Fisher price tway kick it have probably. I wonder if it's like the same one I had because like before the talk boy I had you know a tape recorder quarter that had like like the built in Mike like not one. You couldn't move ahead a court and everything if we're talking about the same one that would be the most craziest like thing ever because I kind of forgot about until you started like Oh. I have this tape record on my Oh my God dude the lie. I'm trying to think I feel like the like the screen and the microphone was yellow. I feel like it had like a yellow cord. <hes> irony was probably damn near about a foot tall. I remember mind being dominantly <hes> read but I know there was other colors. The that's the main color I remember red and yellow were the ones that are sticking out for me when we get off the phone. I'm going to Google this because I'm GonNa WanNa see if I could find it <hes> because what I used to do is I was like honestly like this is crazy. I never even put these things together but <hes> I used to just like sit there and I would play with my wrestling action figures and I would do commentary like into in Iraq recorded on tape and I never really went back and listen to it but I just did it and now I do commentary like it's crazy never even put those things together until just now. I'm Kinda googly right now. There's like a bunch of things that come up a lot of them. Have a lot of them have read a lot of them. Have White feel like man. I wish I wish I could remember. I E exact color scheme. Do I don't know about you but this is Kinda like half. Topic is all think of something that I had in my childhood and I'll try to Google search it or I'll try to find on Ebay like I remember at a superintendent growing up and we had to regular controllers and then my dad bought this like special controller like it's it had a better fit like still had all the same buttons and everything but it was supposed to like feel a little bit better and I remember going on like will will one day unlike scrolling after a while I oh my God like this. This is what I know for sure and I'll just Raynham I think like oh I remember had this. Let me see if I can find what this was. I will actually go a step further her <hes> and I do this actually quite a bit with one specific. They crashed on these <hes> I will ebay them a google them and if I still haven't scratched the enough I will you to reviews on certain things are wow how yeah because like just like I. I guess I'm like really installed in the sense of like that as a kid because I went through a point in my life I had to sell a lot of stuff for money to like eat shit <hes> so like anything that I had like. I just like never really got attached to through like my late teens and like early twenty just be attachment just wasn't there. I knew if I needed to get rid of it. I could <hes> so like every now and then I'll just like really go back and I'll get ah for some reason crashed on. These are like one of the things I do with the most with just because I I didn't have a lot of them but they were like the coolest way the had when I was a kid because I mean they were toys that you've got to break. Put back together. <hes> and yeah crashed. He's one of the main ones and then there were these other things <hes> shit. I can't remember what they were called but they had <hes> little like stones in their chest and you'd like move their arms and it would make this click noise in the store light up <hes> I wish I could. I don't think they were called stonecutters. I can't remember but those are like the two things that I would like Google Youtube the most for awhile super random like I always have like a crazy lake ebay. May Save Sirdar got save searches but up what I'm watching. That's the that's why it is and I'm looking through mine right now like with it being Christmas I pulled out like my favorite ornaments. The first I'm got the put you're on a tree like over five years and it was a teenage mutant Ninja Turtles Bulb and like I did Google search on it and there's like ten of them with different designs wow and I was like oh I need to buy the other nine line like I thought you posted on Instagram and I had <hes> instagram twitter <hes> instagram. I had an turtle one and I had I feel like I had power that was fairly similar but yeah there was like ten other designs and I ended up on Ebay and I think to get all ten. There was two different things being sold but it was going to actually complete it. The only one missing was the one that I owned. It was GONNA cost one hundred bucks and I'm like her can afford that right now but I'm GonNa keep keep looking and then like maybe by next Christmas. I'll have the whole set. That'd be cool. Oh by the way I feel like a total of Shit because I heard you talk about your love of atom bomb and the atom bomb Hasbro Bro I just sold all of my has rose and a friend of mine gifted me and Atom Bomb Hasbro had I known how much you like Atta Ball and how much like you just look for his stuff. I would've just given that two hours bailed it to you had the ACLU and now I'm just like. I wish I still have that 'cause I was just bail it up to you. The crazy like I'm not a huge fan of his like some of his merge especially the print heart shades that I remember seeing in the Cadillac. I was like Oh these are just the bret right heart shades Oh okay and then like obviously his run was very short. <hes> maybe a couple of years and let him being a phase was deemed my obviously even shorter but the the merge that they had was just so random and and that later run of has browser par defying I think I wanted the whole like at least what I consider. The set the football of glasses and the figure I the glasses aren't on ebay anymore football <unk> anymore. I'm if at the figure that'd be great but I don't know I appreciate if you would've been great but luckily not like tr-. It's not like some traffic. Is something like Oh my God you had okay. There's one go pop that I missing the of one of my collections and if I could find it that wasn't gonNa cost me Armenta leg I would buy it and that's a huge ghostbuster sand and of the original see aw movie. I'm only missing Luhrmann in it's the it's an egon on Spangler in the echo one and he gone. I think the echo one to has like slime on it that goes for anywhere between three hundred six hundred dollars. He is Christ waist. I've watched it. GO UP IN PRICE. The only thing that I have even remotely close to price on waiting on when I finally sell it. I have a <hes> flocked bunny suit Ralphie. Oh Shit I bought Audit Kuno that no we didn't talk about that. I bought it for twenty bucks off of <hes> some friends of mine who are going through hard times as of writing actual look it up just a double check. 'cause I use the the pop price price guide and it gives you like a rough estimate of you know what stuff is worth and last time I checked it was like over two hundred bucks grew and for a while when it's to go up close to one hundred as like jokingly with <hes> by one in front of you like here here's the price that was like I paid twenty and it's now one hundred our one hundred and fifty is like a fun joke because I bought it to help them out like I like the Christmas story but it was like I wasn't trying to collect them but it was the only one that they had that. I pay money for that. I was interested. That's crazy like part of me like puncture cool. I had to like get out because they were just so many that I was like once I got one I one of the series <hes> so I finally just had to be like no and I sold most of them. I think the only ones I have now are the home alone set. The Brittany got me Nice <hes> and maybe a Freddie and Jason and maybe like one more. I don't think I kept a macho man when I think I sold that one to <hes> the yeah like I part of me is just like in the bubble. GonNa pop in isn't going to be like beanie babies or is this actually going to be thing where like I actually everything outlasted beanie babies. They have a god that's crazy. The Ralphie is worth two hundred twenty dollars. According to poppers guide Jesus and I pay twenty four. I think what the difference between POPs and beanie babies that I know of had this conversation with people is the fact of Lake beanie babies were generic like here's like they had like a bunch of different dogs a bunch of different cats dogs and like there was nothing they build awesome but with POPs there's licenses and I feel like I mean granted this people author than like oh I have to have them all like there are categories of pops and I'm like I don't WanNa even one own Amalia. I'm not a star wars fan but I know that's one of them that they pump out pops Ford like crazy museum. I don't want that like right now. In my office like I have the Boondock saints POPs and the only reason why even bought them like I like the movies but I was at ironically the won't one of the Walmarts in Ah Knoxville and they had both of them sitting right next to each other and I'm like okay opined both goes boom. There's a set done like I have those in and Wendy ever find the set of anything right in front of you. Yeah I think just to set and I'm like Oh oh actually get to that. I found the one other time <hes> but like in my office right now I got those two..

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"armenta leg" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on KFC Radio

"It was kind of like it wasn't. It was never explicitly said like someone headed tables, like you're all tender, right? He just kind of realize you run like a double date where people were kind of getting to know each other. Yeah, but that was the one thing I ever downloaded tender was the ad I've downloaded to answer. I got caught by. But the really get caught, you caught yourself. Yeah, you want to catch us myself. Otherwise, you've got no idea. But it was that was a good time. It's not really like this, but I guess in a sense it's like this. Yeah, I mean to to like announce it to the crowd and I mean, good good for her man. I mean, that's that is confidence on a whole new level more. I think about it. I might be so impressed by just her her balls and everything that I I might I, I, I. I don't see everything so distorted now where I would stay, and I would think this is going to be awesome. Yeah, just for the story. Yeah, content, I've always done that my whole life, whether or not you're putting on the blog, you my friends at the bar, but this is gonna be Well, I, I am a big fan of, you know, doing doing it for the story, say yes instead of, no. These are all things I preach, at least I don't practice them, but if I could go back in time and give by y'all tonight, maybe. See, we're suppose there's a party that is. It starts at eleven PM. Eastern standard time has no shot. You're not shot a kit. Do it eleven PM with all the different circumstances in my life, I eleven suit is when we were Texas. So it's the post VM a party for Republic recording artists, and I'm going to go and we were texting about it. This weekend. We got invited and Kevin said, I'm going to come, but I'm gonna go home. I and I said. I know. Words, I'm gonna go home real quick. I'll be back. Yeah. Okay, buddy. But as I can't eleven to have to get back the kids, then you're right. As soon as I, the Calvin slowly working with the cars that you're not coming coming. Not even listen. I'll shoot I. I will everyone in my life. John. I shoot you. So fucking straight. I you. I will always use straight. I'm lying to myself right then that's what I'm doing. I wanna go. I wanna be that guy. You can go to an eleven o'clock party. I wanna be the guy who says yes to things and does things for fun and for the story, just not that say dog new tricks economy fucking rip it up. If you go and cons there, I'll kill myself. If I find out that you're partying with a con, I also had this vision in my head that conscious like sings all of his talking. Thank you. That's just like the way he times are usually ever. So that's what I'm picturing economy. Cartoon, who happens to give it electric to Africa. That's the superhero. He is also had sex. Is that young girl I to his charitable endeavors. You like to go the hope radio law always go. Yeah, I got it. Listen, many sides to all people out there. So way in what or what would you do if you find yourself in some sort of mass hunger games? Tinder, plot from fake Instagram soundcloud. This is the kind of girl who like if you, if you dismissed her, she's probably going to up your house and that's why you need simply safe. This guy. That's good. No, it's a rush right now. Nail a segue, so good. This is a fucking genius. Kid has got, he's got the ad read h God. If a storm takes out your power Kevin, who's there it's simply safe if it intruder, perhaps women from Tinder, if she cuts your phone line, you know who's there it is simply safe. That's who's always there for you saying they destroy your keypad, they destroy your sirens. You dismantled your whole alarm system. Does it matter simply safe? Is there maybe it's overkill? That's what you think. That's because you haven't been on a date in union square with a woman on a reality television show it could cost armenta leg to have that safety and security for you because it doesn't..

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"armenta leg" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

Listen Money Matters

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on Listen Money Matters

"Yeah look like anything that would like you you in your gut want this like awesome thing that you could sign up for that will just like be a huge win in the worst case scenario but honestly there's nothing like that that won't cost you like the proverbial arm armenta leg and yeah i guess yeah and and no such things that free lunch exactly and so if i had to pay a thousand a month so i can have this sickness bility insurance i'm almost bedding or hoping that i become disabled so it works and that's like it doesn't make sense no way to live rather have all my limbs yeah yeah so i do down to the bottom here you have like a why would someone take out a new ity you did mention you know if you make enormous amount of money and you wanna shielded from taxes the pending judgment against you expect one and you want to shield your yes so if sewing suing you you to screw you and you buy a giant annuity well the day before maybe it wouldn't but it's it's generally protected assets like for example if you declared bankruptcy you'd wipe out your credit cards i'm almost certain that your four one k would be fine and this would be treated similarly so maybe oh your four one k is fine i'm pretty sure that things like that are shielded yes you you can summon sue you and go after your 401k or is it only your liquid assets.

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"armenta leg" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"armenta leg" Discussed on WLOB

"And he told you to come here it was in griffith park with my wife we were walking past the merry go round it was last sunday man came by with one of those big cameras dave that man just took our picture youthful shots here what are you doing here you go folks but let's say you could do that all there's no obligation take his ticket to photos are us addresses right on if you like the picture it won't cost you and armenta leg eight five ten wallets he gave you a ticket yeah but i don't have it with me then i can't help you we have hundreds of ranks that's what i need proof hold on i can almost see the number in my mind six seven oh yeah that's at six seven zero eight seven seven seven i remember because of the four sevens nope she's forgotten about it i was going to surprise her sunday sunny that would be the fourteenth i'll check the files founded must be the one wait was that four sevens at the under three there's only one way to find out yes oh you don't know how important this is to me your k mr i am now that'll be seventy five for the enlargement if you want extra prints hey mister you have to pay i you hello mr what are you doing here i might ask you the same question we've been following you since the hospital i wanted to see where you'd go what is this a ange behind your back wait have any knives or weapons in your pockets.

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