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"block island" Discussed on The Exsellence Mindset Podcast
"I mean I was block island and bedridden and now I am making a living vein doing what I love every single day and really really got it. There's nothing stop you other then yourself. Yeah well yeah I mean again so this is something that's talked about a lot. We talk about the fact that we have to focus on the things that we control. This is something that I work with my clients on his office I possibly can. I talked to my kids about all the time right. Focus on what you all. It's about effort not outcome and so so let's just like dig into that so you Even today right or no. Let's talk about early on so early on you start understanding you have this disease disease and the only way that you are truly going to overcome it is by reframing your mind practically what does that look Gleich like I mean are you just talking yourself out of like being in pain or being ruled like what is that. It's it's hard but it becomes. He comes habitual It you know so whatever. That is catching yourself. Every single time you have a negative thought that crosses your mind. And I didn't didn't realize how disgustingly negative I was. I mean looking in the mirror and I also lost one hundred pounds because of the Diet that I've been onto control which is another control piece but I would look at the mirror and say you are one disgusting. He's a crap. Get your face look at your crooked. T butcher Double Level Chen. And all these things and then it wouldn't go into that would go like to dropping things with my ms so brain damage so my cognitive issues can slow. And I'll drop a fork or something. They stupid are you. How clumsy are you? Hope fat worthless are you and I really had it. Stop every single time without one of are those things which was like hundreds of times a day ridiculously high amount. I would just give it to positive so I drop it in like all right good. I'm getting a little outward Out leaning back here you can have this aware or I'm going to build a new system now that Scott Dirt on Ah Dessert for me to the Lok Each any little saw that I had to if I had one little thought had a negative thought ahead and think of two positive and then.
New Jersey selects Denmark's Orsted for major offshore wind project
"While the debates surrounding climate change continues new jersey is one of several blue states moving ahead with efforts to tackle it a._b._c.'s dave schreiber has more new jersey's state board of public utilities has picked a danish company To build a wind energy project off the coast of Atlantic City Denmark's largest energy company, or stead, which already operates a wind farm off Rhode Island's block island says the project known as ocean. Wind could power up to a half a million homes, when completed in twenty twenty four governor Phil Murphy says if New Jersey's offshore wind industry will create thousands of jobs and invite new investments into the
"block island" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Block Island Sound, it's America's Monte program. Money talk. Bob Brinker along with you and our guest author in. This segment is Adam twos. Adam is the author of crashed our decadence financial crises changed the world Adam is Columbia University. Professor and he previously taught at Yale and at the university of Cambridge. And Adam is a prolific writer. He has an a number of other books. He has written, and I'm going to mention one in particular, the wages of destruction the making and breaking of the Nazi Konami will topic will come up during our discussion. Adam, I know you're in Berlin. I know you're burning the midnight oil. So I want to say thank you for being with us. And thank you for staying up late for us. Thank you for having me on. Well, we're delighted to have you on. And I have a copy of your book in my hands right here. And it's quite a work. I wanted to ask you, why did you write this book? Well, I think as a historian it was really striking hell as the crisis struck in two thousand eight a kind of in the histories of the crisis began to be created by by generalists by economists. And I felt at some point that this was a really interesting kind of test case to show students sort of different disciplines. In fact, how history get created and having set myself to kind of read and study all the other people who bought on writing these histories of the crisis. It felt I needed to kind of pull it all together and work like that. One of the things it's always fascinating fascinated me about the financial crisis. Is the fact that. In March of two thousand eight as you well know Bear, Stearns. Gotten a lot of trouble and wound up being bailed out in the end. With the help the Federal Reserve and. With the help of a major Bank. One of the things has always struck me. Is that I mean that was a really big deal. That was a real shock wave for for Wall Street and for the Federal Reserve and. And yet it really didn't serve the value of that warning shot across the bow. So relatively soon in March of two thousand eight didn't really. Accomplish what it should have accomplished? Because all right. They bailed them out and things move forward. And and then things still disintegrated within happy year, what are your thoughts on that? Absolutely. I mean, the best bailout is one to this day of the most controversial elements really of the story because. Song at the kits of what's known as the mole has hazard point of view. I think actually argue that the willingness of the fed to step in at that moment and to broker a sweetheart deal for J P Morgan to take. Said the wrong message it made the chief executive and so on Leeman kind of picky about deal for themselves. It made them feel that they had time to cut a deal that would really suit them. So there's a real I think question Mark about whether or not that bailout as necessary as it seemed at the time because the risk was the bad would. Go bankrupt be forced to engage in a fossil bend. The huge losses would have to be recognized on other balance-sheets that bailout may have in some sense. In fact. Heightened attention in the market because it allowed Leeman ready to take you long occupancy Merrill. Lynch's well thought long about really deciding that and they needed to take action urgently. Our guest is Adam twos. Adam is joining us from Berlin has new book crashed our decade of financial crises changed the world. We take a look at what happened in September of two thousand eight. And of course, the trigger moment for the the seizing of the credit markets worldwide, and very quick fashion was the Lehman bankruptcy. We've really spent a lot of time on this broadcast over the last decade kicking around. Why the decision was made to let Lehman go. And we've thrown out a lot of the excuses that were thrown out there. The Ben Bernanke excuse that. Well, we didn't have the power to do anything which we throw out because so many decisions were made at that time on the on the fly that no rules were being followed. They were trying to save the system and yet when it came when it came to Leeman they made what I do believe was a crucial mistake. I'm not suggesting we wouldn't have had a financial crisis. But I do think it made it worse. What are your thoughts? I agree. I mean, I do think respected was a mistake. I think if we look into the record of statements by secretary Treasury Secretary Paulson in the weeks before we look at Ben banenky actions. He remained basic the Washington in the run-up to that crisis. I think there's a clear I think mood possibly even a decision early on not to do another best. In other words, not to sweeten the deal. Not to take some of the worst assets off Lehman's books also provide some kind of guarantee my own view is that on Poulsen's pop. This was really a reflection on the political price that they had paid the Bush administration had paid for the bailout of Fannie Mae, and Freddie MAC. So to my mind, this is the Republican party. Really feeding the pinch this election. Yeah, they've done a truly spectacular active intervention with a Fannie Mae, Freddie. Mac cuisine. Nationalization, and they really just don't think that they can want to pay the political price. I think for a bailout of Liman, I think then there's another question that follows on from that. Which is if one imagines them having done, the Liman, bailout, obviously that resentment that fury would have risen to an even greater pitch. I think there's a real question in my mind about if they hadn't Liman had been bailed. Whether we would ever have gotten to top whether we would ever have gotten to a comprehensive recapitalization of the American banking system, so bad as it was. And I agree with you. I think it was a mistake not to bail Eamon the effect of not bathing. The men was ready to force everyone to look I class. I'd having Luke type of the cliffs, Dan, we moved to a much more radical kind of intervention with top. And of course, there was an irony in all of this as you well know because within within just a couple of days few days of deciding not to save Lehman. And then subsequently seeing the global credit markets freeze within twenty four hours and then they're faced with. Exactly. That switch switchback is is just dizzying. And you really I think see, you know, Monday morning. They're still celebrating in the treasury that they'd had the nerve to let Lehman go swaddled talked about Poulsen's number two. You talked about it being a good day to go to work in the treasury. And then within twenty four hours with AIG on the point of failure AIG would have been in trouble. I think whether or not leaving was allowed to go bankrupt. Because it was basically just getting margin calls on the on the credit default swaps suited retina, those were going to be called whether or not Leeman failed. They there's an about face a complete change of change of mind. It's a really it's a it's a whiplash. An incredible type of decision making at that moment and our guest Adam twos. Joining us from Berlin has written a book on a vast array of topics related. It's titled crashed how a decade of financial crises changed the world. We've also debated on this program with various help from from guests the topic of of whether the Federal Reserve. Did function in the end as the lender of last resort in the financial crisis. Given the fact a that Lehman was let go and be the financial crisis was such a total disaster. What are your thoughts? No, man. I think this is the one area where one has to say that the federal the Federal Reserve it didn't just act that you don't already historic scale. I mean, he's one of the appointed functions of central banks legitimate uncontested and uncontroversial to act as of lender-of-last-resort in a situation of a Bank run. No, Bank, real even a very well. Run Bank with very solid, very solid balance sheet can survive bankrupt. That's what we have a federal deposit insurance for to prevent the positives. Running and that's what's the lender of last resort function of the central Bank is for over spectacular about what the fed did it. All right. It's not only that it lent on an enormous scale trillions of dollars in liquidity to US banks. But he did it for the banks of the world. It provided trillions of dollars of liquidity to all of Europe's banks beginning in December two thousand and seven directly to that branches in New York and then in. Indirectly by way of what a what a cool liquidity. Swap lines to the central banks of Europe, I didn't doing so it really is zero lost to the fed. With collateral at all times. So minimizing the risk of possible. It really enabled the banking system to come through this crisis. Without that. There's no back ready that would have survived eight. Why do you think Adam that the Federal Reserve receives such a huge pushback against what they did in the financial crisis? I mean, they have been demonized constantly by many in this country. I think basically because what it revealed is this profoundly disconcerting fact about the modern monetary and financial system, which is being. Literally true since the early nineteen seventies. Which is the money is not founded on any substantial basis. It doesn't have a material depending it there's no gold sitting in the Federal Reserve vaults, which guarantee the value of money money is founded on the Fiat the authority of the American state and on the confidence that he's maintained across the entire economy by faith and confidence in the sound management of the monetary system. And there is something just very disconcerting about the elasticity that that implies goes in a crisis. It's also a great advantage to have a monetary system which can expand and that can prevent the sorts of catastrophic deflation which America suffered in the early nineteen thirties, but deep down I think many people find it extremely difficult to reconcile themselves to what in the end does put huge discretion. In the hands of politicians and the officials that they appoint. Adam do you think that Mario Draghi with his whatever it takes infamous, quote did a better job? Well, I mean in the end jogging came through, but that was off the years of failing and another even more fundamental function of central banks, which is the central banks all the market maker full government debt, governments legitimate issue debt for purposes of managing public finance. The needs to be agency the stabilisers that market and the fed the Bank of England the Bank of Japan, the Swiss National Bank will provide this as a matter, of course, to that government's the ECB is placed in such a peculiar position by the constitution. And the people running it before Marietta jockey was so conservative in that conception of that agency's role that they refuse to provide that support essentially in a sustained way for the European baumbach it, and it's that stadium on that part, which essentially is responsible for the panic in the sovereign debt markets if you're at between twenty ten and twenty twelve while jogging was a. Finally, doing was saying that this point the construction of Europe, the consolidation of its fiscal consolidation of its fiscal constitution is such that. I can do what any other central Bank will always to ninety whatever it takes to stabilize the bond market. So it was very light. It was better late than never. But it really was very late in the day. Our guest is that twos Columbia University. His new book is crashed our decade of financial crisis. Changed the world. And we're taking your calls after the break for Adam on our toll free line. You can talk.
"block island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"New England business report. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. Can no thank you very much. Danish. Energy business has now paired up with an American investment group to take over Rhode island-based deepwater wind or stead says it's acquired one hundred percent of deep waters equity for five hundred ten million dollars deepwater running a wind farm in the waters off block island, which is as of now the only operate. Offshore wind farm here in the US or stead CEO. Martin Neubert says this transaction will create the number one offshore wind platform in North America. And they plan to call it or stead US offshore wind deal still has to be cleared by the feds expected to do. So by the end of the year, see essay medical lexington's carrying twenty three million dollars in equity financing and venture debt from horizon technology, finance if thirteen million of this comes in adventure loan from Farmington, Connecticut based horizon, eight million dollars of that also equity investment from a number of existing shareholders. Now, the cash will go towards the advancing CSA's Krause spray therapy. Technology called true freeze and rejuvenator true free systems being used more than one hundred hospitals already to help t treat diseases involving the airway including esophageal cancer. And in Connecticut, it appears the nearly three weeks strike is over at the United Technologies. Plant in Cheshire current reporting close to two hundred workers went back to work today. They walked off the job back on September. Seventeenth after the company and union failed to come to an agreement on insurance costs and wages. That's New England business and for Jeff Brown. I'm Nicole Davis. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty..
Smith College launches outside probe after employee calls police on black student at lunch
"Tax returns and President Trump says he wants a new space force but secretary of defense James Mattis says the new military service, would add burdensome bureaucracy and unwanted costs attorney generals from nineteen states plus the district of Columbia are showing the Trump administration to dissolve. A settlement it reached with a. Company that wants to post instructions online for making. Three d, printed firearms that are hard to trace detect. The, states say the. Downloadable files are a threat to public safety and their ability to enforce gun laws Ause and. Offshore wind developer is mapping the sea floor off southern New England in. Efforts to design to new wind farms the providence based deepwater. Wind is, developing a survey vessel and we'll have to dozen Rhode Island experts begin surveying the federally site next week the wind farm construction which will. Take about five months will sit in a. Two hundred fifty six square mile area midway between block island Rhode Island and Martha's Vineyard and will supply power to Rhode Island, and Connecticut deepwater wind. Says they also, plan to build another wind farm for Long Island New York for fans of the Pawtucket. Red Sox listen up the team could be moving to Massachusetts to build its. New stadium the minor league baseball team is applied for three trademarks on the word woo socks a name that seriously hints the team is, considering moving to Worcester the trademark applications were filed last week and would give them intellectual property He writes for any. Woo socks. Merchandise a spokesman for the PawSox says the rumored move is premature. And says the team is still in talks with both Pawtucket and Worcester The Smith College employees who called campus police to investigate a black students eating your lunch and a common room is placed on leave. Smith College says. In a statement posted on its website Friday that the staff. Member whose name is not been released. Will remain, on leave while an external investigation is. Conducted woo can not the student says she. Is.
One Hundred Degrees, Twenty Four Foot and Fifteen Foot discussed on Ron St. Pierre
"Health to contraception insurance coverage to the potential altering of boundaries within the i ninety five redevelopment district raimondo's aides say the legislature has shipped over to her all the bills passed this year she is now done signing vetoing or allowing them to become law without his signature while one single day governor pens one hundred eighty three bills into law of course she doesn't have any veto power because well because the state lawmakers won't let us vote on it no they certainly don't want it and they won't even let us they won't even put it on a referendum unfortunately so the heat continues in fact three people in the northeastern dead from this heat wave one woman who was gardening and pennsylvania like that can't wait an elderly man in new york city and a thirty year old man in wilmington new york of all died due to the hot temperatures couple of deaths in kansas city also being looked at in texas three people attending a holiday event were taken to the hospital to one hundred and three million americans are stuck in this thing from the midwest west to the northeast and south all under heat alert not only heat index is hitting triple digits but in some spots the temperatures are actually gonna rise to one hundred degrees to whether it's not supposed to start breaking as we sit until tomorrow so remember stay indoors as much as you possibly can find a cool place go to the movies go to the mall library stay hydrated and make sure you check in on your vulnerable neighbors and family especially elderly neighbors and the young ones because they are the most prone to some heat damage so just take it easy take a slow if you don't have to do anything don't do it people heading to the beach to escape the heat that's for sure michaela mcdonald from eyewitness news following them from near alpha warrick cranston and far linden her long island new york great sir you up your vacationing dozens flock to oakland beach in warwick to cool off this independence day enjoy the warm weather and the sun and get some pulling off what is beautiful nice and warm already pretty hot out to the beach now go home to get ready for the wedding it's been amazing so far some refreshed with new england frozen lemonade i got my laminate i'm all set others had their heart set on the doe boys boy boy i loved boys in chowder house tells us that july third and fourth are two of the busiest days of the year for them last night they even extended their hours for fireworks at the beach rhode island department of health had actually closed oakland beach swimming due to hide bacteria levels previously but that had reopened just in time for the fourth of july holiday nine minutes after seven o'clock i dunno hot doboy the day like yesterday you know i listen i guess this tradition i couldn't do it dunedin naylor in the providence journal says five children and three adults were rescued wednesday afternoon from an overloaded fifteen foot boston whaler that was swamped by a wave and the breezeway near george's of galilee salty brine state beach out there narragansett harbourmaster kevin connor said that he saw the small craft and he came in behind one of the block island ferries saying that it looked to me like a grossly overloaded boat and i knew it was just a a recipe for disaster he said on wednesday night so he activated the blue lights on his twenty four foot police boat and made a beeline for that wailer you said they took a swell right over the bow he said washed a couple of kids from.
"block island" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Why would hope i would hope that they have a better working knowledge in a overall compassion as being a nurse but yeah well the people i i can't imagine who was applying but he's jobs because i remember reading a complaint from one of the superintendents ran the asylum saying that we were paying our nurses i mean they call the nurses but they still weren't trained nurses he said they were paying them less than what women would make hired as servants and wealthy person's home so they're not gonna take that job over this job that they can get it yeah a private nurse makes more the pay is not nurse she's a servant the house cleaner we're making more than the nurses on block island so it was a great paying job state retirement oh wow well this has been very interesting it's been a very uplifting show and no it's it's good we've had we've had writer and cat butler stacy home you're you're a cat butler how's that i thirty cats and they ruled the roost around here it's like me taking care of them i feed them whatever they need i do on their service it's funny how the animal becomes kind of in charge without without the responsibility comes with you get everything you want that's it thank you very much for for taking the time and talking to us today.
"block island" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"To the island you know somebody comes to the in to the sixteen sixty one and they say to you rita what do we do you know do we walk around the island do we go to the beach do we take a tour what do you say do all of it what would you say to people well it depends on if they are physically minded in the sense that they want to get on a bicycle and do one of the many actually their forty miles of walking trails on the island that the block island conservancy and nature conservancy monitor so i would find out first what their ideas are some people just want to go to a hidden beach such as to the right of mohegan bluffs where there there's going down the my ideal would be to rent a bike or bring your own head up spring street and go east west and circle around right now there are over a hundred deal three varieties of feels that are migrating and that are at the north end and you can walk right up to them she can drive your car or bike or impact these are very reasonable on block island you could be like island taxi tour nothing there but it just depends on what the individual would like zoo so much to do really so much to say work i'm going to give our listeners the reservation office the eight hundred number.
"block island" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The most a whole salmon or bluefish depending on the season while on our own the second that's like a dinner salmon and blue fish for breakfast and then we also offer complimentary wine and nibble our we normally have cheese and crackers and some kind of credit but we call it a niggle our well in so this breakfast has champagne omelettes baked beans big blue fish or salmon pancakes eggs i mean incredible will hold you for probably most of the day i mean the pretty wonderful and how did you come up with this idea because and i'm looking at it right now on the website folks go to block island resorts dot com and take a look at these beautiful pictures you have an apiary and a farm right here next to the cast house tell us yes i'm my father actually grew up raising chickens in north kingston rhode island and always loved animals so in nineteen seventytwo he started with a few chickens here and then acquired donkeys and a couple of llamas but now we have a full aviary that our son is operating as well as kangaroos glomma 's camels lemurs we have a few tortoises a real menagerie of animals and this is open year round how do you handle how do you work with the animals in the off season when it's really rainy or stormy on the we have a couple of small bonds that they go in and if my middle son seth draper it isn't here then we have an employee on hand to take care of them most of them are very self sufficient they'll say outside and just so under the shelter as need be wonderful so when people come to the island what would you say we're talking about block island now folks for people that tuned in and specifically about the sixteen sixty one in which has its own farm and garden incredible a sumptuous breakfast including bluefin fishing salmon omelettes and everything else beautiful bread and breakfast and you have wraparound porches and take a look at it if you're if you're online or on your smartphone block island resorts dot com just beautiful so talk about when you come.
"block island" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Island ferry caller four right now one eight hundred three to one wpro everybody loves take ferry over there and of course you know summer's coming so to round trip passes on the block island ferry one eight hundred three to one to be pri tonight in cleveland we've been talking about it celts and the cavaliers game for their eastern conference final series south leading series two games to one tip off at eight thirty the patriots moved on to face three of their ota's today tom brady nor rob gronkowski were present mandatory minicamp is june fifth through seven after taking three or four of them a baltimore orioles over the weekend the red sox are off tonight bill a series in tampa tomorrow night jd martinez has been named the american league player of the week dd roy is back in the lineup tonight when the yankees opened a series in texas against the rangers masahiro tanaka against bartolo column six thirty pregame on am seven ninety and the pawsox ho scranton mccoy jalen beat skin beat around top the second scranton has a three nothing lead six thirty three to the revolution softwash news center we go z man ball gresh thanks here's what's going on a major push on this afternoon to keep rhode island's law providing for mediation when a homeowner faces foreclosure from expiring in july that's when it's due to run out the commerce corporation says the four companies it's announced reader expanding or relocating in rhode island will net one hundred eighteen billion dollars in revenue over fifteen years and that they say is above the tax credits that reused to attract them and the president roger williams university planning to step down just over a year from now donald farish took the helm at our w you in twenty eleven his contract expires in june two thousand nineteen which is when he plans to retire from the seascape yard guard weather center accuweather meteorologist bob larsen says a clear to partly cloudy night tonight with a low of fifty two tomorrow cloudy not as warm shower in the area late in the afternoon with a high of sixty tomorrow night mostly cloudy a shower around until after midnight low fifty four and then wednesday warmer with sun on some clouds and a high of seventy seven currently it's seventy degrees here at the weather station from the wpro traffic center here's your trusted choice insurance regional traffic a real quiet night on the roads right now easy getting into and through providence on one forty.
"block island" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"I i don't i remember when they did stop but i don't remember why they stopped it was costing them more per dollar to collect all than they were taking in the same thing's going to happen at work by the time they create a physician to collect the money they'll create a full time position with benefits they're going to lose and trust me talking to be just one job because that's a big area it's spread out so you you're gonna have to have a couple of people i don't know stopping the cars and and ask him to see your license to see where you're where you're from the whole thing is stupid it's not that i can't be necessary it sounds like a cash grab and or a way to just get you know maybe some people do not go down there but it's definitely going to hurt the businesses i know for fact that my friends can afford to go and they're just going to say hell no i'm not paying ten bucks to sit there not a chance they can afford it i'm sure area you wanna go you wanna sit you wanna hang out you wanna see the water smell the water had maybe have a drink in an appetizer at the bar there but it's not like okay it's so and so's fortieth birthday we're going to finally get up to watch hill and we're gonna you know probably spend a couple of hundred bucks because it's exp it's expensive but it's a once in a while thing or we're gonna go to block island put the money away because you know it's going to cost us an arm and a leg but we're going to enjoy it and we don't get to do it too often this is oakland beach this is i just want to go sit there and talk to you and catch up for a couple of minutes come on call city hall seven three eight two.
"block island" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Pro the beaches of waikiki to the shores of block island sound it's money talk by breaker along with you we thank you for joining us we do appreciate the company here on america's money program well we've been talking about inflation and inflation expectations on money talk because no question about it this is one of the major chords that investors are going to be looking at as we move forward there's no question here that all eyes are on inflation we've been looking at consumer price inflation which is now risen above the two percent level the current year over year consumer price inflation numbers two point four percent which certainly reflects a lot of things going on right now not only wage growth that also includes will the impact the early impact of the tariffs that have been placed on aluminum steal united states has placed tariffs on aluminum and steel in regards to selected trade partners there have been a number of exemptions of course what happens when you have terrorists is they function as a price increase they function as a tax on consumers because when companies for example purchase aluminum and steel and if they have to pay more for it because there's a border tax which is otherwise known as a tariff then they have to choices they can either pass that additional cost of the aluminum and steel onto their customers they can do that they can tack it onto the price of the product and pass them along to the consumer or they can reduce their profit margin and lower their profits by eating the tax increase the tariff that is themselves and reducing the company the profits now most companies to the extent they have pricing power and that's a critical variable right there to the extent that companies have critical have pricing power they can increase their prices pass it along to the consumer and protect their profit margin if they are in business that does not allow them pricing power because of other products that are on the market that that buyers will go to we'll switch to then they have no choice but to see their profit margin reduced now i should point out that at the current.
Explosion rocks Connecticut neighborhood; multiple injuries, street closures – live updates
"Hanno boy we're also following breaking news out of connecticut where this is north haven there was a barricade situation a standoff several swat team members were possibly breaching the home when it exploded oh my god so several swat team members have been taken by ambulance to the hospital after a possible explosion during a standoff this is in north haven connecticut no other information has been released but nbc connecticut reports that several cops were taken away by ambulance i'll boy then k updated throughout the night it was a boobytrapped i i don't know well if people i actually have an uncle lives in that area and it's it's just directly south of hartford connecticut almost right on the on the block island sound there and just a little bit north of milford but it is a dan patrick on the phone beautiful area that's where they do the dan patrick show milford connecticut is that right that's where the mantilla's that's in milford in milford milford that's why they go to new york so often because that's a hop skip and a jump from new york i mean literally like twenty five thirty plus dan does the sunday night football stuff and so right getting back to these raw oysters.
"block island" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Money talk for the beaches of waikiki that the shores of block island sound it's america's money program money talk bob rinker loan with you and we thank you for joining us it is great to have you with us let's get you on the line listening to kgon radio san francisco hello dirty thank you for taking my call in so i just wanna ask now uh so foul i'd be invested the long tell him um in this out there and into the mutual sod that i'm thinking now maybe to put the long term um getting into my daily extend says one that you fade you know full for having a pay for daily use in oval for the yearly youth well i think liquidity certainly duty and i thank you for calling i think liquidity is valuable and when i say liquidity i mean you certainly wanna how if you possibly can to it and if that's the way to help do it that's fine is certainly wanna have money available for example you want to have your required minimum distribution money if you have any of those types of accounts that have the are indeed you want to have that money available money market funds are fine for that purpose as a holding point for example until you take it out at the end of the year uh certainly i like the idea of having a years living expenses in advance so you're not at the mercy of the market in terms of generating that kind of thing and i think that it makes sense especially in retirement uh it makes sense to have your income your dividends your interest your capital gains coming in in such a way that it provides liquidity for you because it can provide for withdrawal at a given rate such as the four percent that we suggested be considered and it can also require our acquire additional liquidity for the portfolio so that you have that year ahead in living expenses so for those reasons i do like that idea and i think it makes good sense money.
"block island" Discussed on KKAT
"This is money top the news well the beaches of waikiki that the shores of block island sound it's america's monte program money talk bob rinker loan with you and we thank you for joining us it is great to have you with us let's get you on the line listening to kogo radio san francisco hello dirty thank you for taking my carling so i just wanna ask now uh so far i've been invested the tell him um in this out there and into the mutual fraud that i'm thinking now maybe to put the longterm um getting into my daily expenses one that you said you know full having a pay for daily use in oval for the eu well i think liquidity certainly judy and i thank you for calling i think liquidity is valuable and when i say liquidity i mean you certainly want to how if you possibly can to it and if that's the way to help do it that's fine it certainly wanna have money available for example you want to have your required minimum distribution money if you have any of those types of accounts that have the are indeed you want to have that money available money market funds are fine for that purpose as a holding point for example until you take it out at the end of the year uh certainly i like the idea of having a years living expenses in advance so you're not at the mercy of the market in terms of generating that kind of thing and i think that it makes sense especially in retirement uh it makes sense to have your income your dividends your interest or capital gains coming in in such a way that it provides liquidity for you because it can provide for withdrawal at a given rate such as the four percent that we suggested be considered and it can also require our acquire additional liquidity for the portfolio so that you have that year ahead in living expenses so for those reasons i do like that idea and i think it makes good sense money talk comes your way each and every weekend talking about subjects financial and uh of course you can stream our broadcast on your computer and download to your smartphone that's money talk on demand best takayuki around listen wherever you.
"block island" Discussed on KOIL
"Is money job well the beaches of waikiki that the shores of block island sound is america's monte program money tar bob rinker along with you and we thank you for joining us it is great to have you with us let's get you the on the line listening to kogo radio san francisco hello dirty thank you for taking my call in so i just wanna ask now so foul i've been invested the long tell him um into sultan include the mutual sod that i'm thinking now maybe to put the longterm um game in two might daily expenses one that you state you know full cool having a day for daily use you know for the yearly youth i think liquidity certainly duty and i thank you for calling i think liquid disease is valuable and when i see liquidity i mean you certainly wanna how if you possibly can do it and if that's the way to help do it that's fine certainly wanna have money available for example you wanna have you required minimum distribution money if you have any of those types of accounts have the are indeed you want to have the money available money market funds are fine for that purpose as a holding point for example until you take it out at the end of the year uh certainly i like the idea of having a years living expenses in advance so you're not at the mercy of the market in terms of generating that kind of thing and i think that it makes sense especially in retirement it makes sense to have your income your dividends your interest capital gains coming in in such a way that it provides liquidity for you because it can provide for withdrawal at a given rate such as the four percent that we suggested be considered and it can also required acquire additional liquidity for the portfolio so that you have that year ahead in living expenses so for those reasons i do like that idea and i think it makes good sense money.
"block island" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Block island sound it's america's money program money talk grinker here in our guest in this segment is nationally recognized tax at spurt and spokesperson for jk lassiter barbara wealth mun barber it's great to have you back thanks for joining us oh i love dan with you you know it well we've we've done it more than once it's not our first rodeo is it now barbara welcome is our guest and of course we're going to be talking about the two thousand your two thousand sixteen income tax return no him he doesn't seventeen return a that's correct we're going to be talking about i must i must have gone into a time machine there uh we're going to be talking about your two thousand seventeen income tax return and that has to be filed by wind barber well you don't have to file it until april seventeen th of twenty eight john or you can get a sixmonth extension and you don't have any really but it's good to think about some yearend actions that can positively affect what you're going to pay yes so we're going to talk about that for sure absolutely for sure and uh i might point out to our money talk listeners that a barbara has been honoured by the wall street journal as quote the guru of small business taxes unquote how do you feel about that honour well it's a good titled to charter look and of course the k lesser small business taxes two thousand seventeen is celebrating its 23rd year we should point out edited that an 18 a david foul 25 years it's really hard to believe that's right two thousand eighteen addition yeah that's amazing truly amazing so much to talk about will take right to it firstly i just want to get your opinion as a nationally recognized tax expert in particular of law all of this tax talk we're hearing out of washington this tax bill what do you think well having just read through the uh what the hague past and looked at what the senate was considering it's a little overwhelming it's a lot of changes if it comes to.
"block island" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"But the beaches ykk to the shores of block island sound as money program money talk wlob rinker here in our guest in this segment is nationally recognized tax expert gene spokesperson for jk lassiter barbara wealth mun barbara it's great to have you back thanks for joining us oh i love the in with you you know it out well we've we've done it more than once it's not our first rodeo is it now it barbara welcome is our guest and of course we're going to be talking about the 2000 you're two thousand six t e an income tax return no he doesn't seventeen return i that's corral we're going to be talking obtained i must i must have gone to a time machine there uh we're going to be talking about your two thousand seventeen income tax return and that has to be filed by wind barber well you don't have to file it until april 17 of twenty 18 or you can get a sixmonth extension uh you don't healthy bought it's good to think about some yearend actions that can positively affect what you're going to pay yes we're going to talk about that for sure absolutely for sure and um i might point out to our money talk listeners that a barbara has been honored by the wall street journal as guru of small business taxes unquote how do you feel about that honour barber well it's a good titled to try to live up to and of course the jk lesser small business taxes 2017 is celebrating its 23rd year we should point out yeah the truth at an eighteen addition is it's almost twentyfive years it's really hard to believe that's right the 2013 addition yeah that's amazing truly amazing so much to talk about will get right to it firstly i just want to get your opinion as a nationally recognized tactics word in particular of o all of this tax talk we're hearing out of washington this tax bill what do you think well having just read through the uh what the half path and looked at what the senate was considering it's a little overwhelming it a lot of changes if it comes to.
"block island" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In hyde park saying last week the experience has been fustrating and confusing the problem is that i called an while you should be able to give stickers out on monday morning i said sure it wouldn't quota assuming isis that's not the right way to do it mass dot says has been a ton of training for this new endeavour and they expect a quote seamless transition though photography only for now there's a video component which is slated to go into effect in january karyn regal wbz news radio 1030 two people have been injured in the crash of a small plane on block island the two people who were hurt were airlifted to rhode island hospital with minor injuries plane overshot the runway and ended up in a field the crash happened of block island at state airport military veterans make their voices heard outside gillette stadium in foxborough today without saying a word they held a rolling motorcycle rally in protest of nfl players who neil during the national anthem wbz's kim tunnicliff was in foxborough applied to agents who will fly dozens of veterans honored the american flag before wrapping up their engines by gillette stadium with their flags furling in the wind they were protesting nfl players taking a me during the national anthem i stand for all glory and all the sacrifices made and associated with it and i'll be don of these guys are going to behave the way had been behave beverley franklin as a goldstar mom who lost her soldier son to suicide social injustice beacon at the time to do it but not german afterwards oh we winding up a win that land some goes on scheme the pop songs back kept tunnicliff wbz news radio ten thirty nami time no patriots players took during the national anthem at today's game and foxborough on twitter president trump is claiming secretary of state rex tillerson is wasting his time in trying to find a diplomatic solution to end tensions with north korea in an effort to stop the country's development of nuclear weapons mr trump referring to kamesan earn as little rocket man cars wanted ryan noble says the president's tweets.
"block island" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Seven forty two here wpro the block island ferry did not run yesterday will bring you update on what's happening today with block island ferry but first chris myers works for interstate navigation that's the company that runs the black island ferry he's in charge of operations for interstate navigation and says are wide exactly things were not other ferry was not in service yesterday j to everybody wanted to know how would they know if the wolves are running so they could drive by the dock market other car with the purple flag is visible than we're not going talked about safety being considered a concern for the re one of the reasons anyway why the ferry was not running bui data from the the nobody sells the block island off montauk point we also had some observers on block island tells what the way fight is at the break wars he says safetyfirst is first safety professors aircargo when our crews and the vessel so we we just we cannot run the latest today from the block island ferry an interstate navigation the company that runs the ferry is that these six thirty a m departure from point judith was running on schedule all other traditional ferry departures are questionable at this time all highspeed ferry departures are cancelled for the day and they're going to continue to update information on their website block island ferry dot com throughout the course of the day but as far as we know the six thirty a m departure four point judith was running on schedule all of their traditional ferry departures questionable at this time highspeed ferry service canceled.
"block island" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Going to have to assess the damage now the island taking its first directive from a categoryfour hurricane in 85 here's this is maria came very near the capital's said one that is where cnn meteorologist derek van damme has more and the stories been out in the storm that topography of puerto rico has done a number on hurricane maria it's actually squeezed out the available moisture to it we lost that moisture sourcing the ocean now the i as moved over land now we're starting to see that this center of the storm kind of collapse in on it and that's good news because that means this storm is he eventually going to start to weaken before eventually exiting off into the ocean but again that is correspondent eric van damme as he reports this morning from san juan puerto rico here in new england the effects of hurricane jose than minimal ferry services against spended o'clock island rough seas storm out on block island sound the head of mexico coast national civil defense agency says at least two 25 people now known to be judged thanks to the magnitude seven point one earthquake on tuesday before the known dead or in mexico city cnn is reporting rescues are underway at school that collapsed in the earthquake they're going to lease 25 students and teachers who killed as a result of that school collapse seen in the earthquake in mexico the deport daily news is reporting that the next generation of roadwork signs not going to have the governor's name on them one of the leaders of the successful efforts to remove the tolls on the sakonnet river bridge she questioned the legality of the governor's name be non those signed seven million dollars kotak out what the paper are going to be up here great reimburse the department of transportation's john mccain of its just a moment ago was wpro's tera granahan he says he like to see all of those signs roadwork signs the tout both future and past work done on the roads he'd like to see them taking it down hunting there's big trouble for the ceo of kaby homes jeffrey metzker caught on audio and a profane exchange with this neighbour in los angeles it neighbor just happens to live with kathy griffin huffington post chain the video among other things a c o calls group for a bald deal word which is derisive reference to.