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"bodrum" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"bodrum" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"Robin wright a new yorker contributing writer who covers foreign policy joins me to discuss the unforeseen consequences of the war on terror and the future of afghanistan as a haven for al-qaeda and other terrorist groups. Hi robin welcome to the program. So good to talk to you again. A lovely to be with you dorothy you. I visited afghanistan in nineteen ninety nine when the taliban were in power. And you've been back several times since most recently in march. What have afghans had to say to you over the years about the american occupation. Well of course. Afghanistan is not one country it is a very divided country by ethnicity and tribes bisect. And so they don't have one united view. I do think that at the time of the. Us intervention there was a hope among many maybe even most afghans that repressive rule by religious extremists would end. And a new future would include participatory democracy perhaps a decentralisation of power so that the the divisive provinces would each have more autonomy in ruling themselves unfortunately the government that have succeeded the taliban have all been deeply corrupt and so it was a very flawed democracy. And i think that by the end of twenty years there were many afghans. Even those who didn't like the taliban who were disgusted by the government and that was reflected most of all by the collapse of the afghan army which at the end of the day. Just didn't want to fight for the central government.

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"bodrum" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:05 min | 9 months ago

"bodrum" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"So we're left with a simple decision. The follow through on the commitment made by the last administration. Leave afghanistan or say we weren't leaving and commit another tens of thousands more troops going back to war. That was the choice. The real choice between levy or escalating. I was not going to extend this forever war and hours not extending forever exit. Have you heard anybody. Who's who buys that argument that those were the two choices. No no that's hilarious. There wasn't another choice. A better planned and executed departure control departure departure we controlled instead of the taliban. Please ridiculous So this is out from reuters. Biden pressured ghani. That was the president of afghanistan to create perception that the taliban were winning president biden pressure to afghanistan. President ostrov ghani to create the perception of taliban weren't winning. Whether it's true or not said. Joe biden in a phone call just three weeks. Before the insurgents took control of the country biden ghani spoke for roughly fourteen minutes on july twenty third in what would be their final phone call. Before the taliban overran the government much of the call was focused on what biden referred to as the afghan government's perception issue. I need not tell you. The perception around the world and in parts of afghanistan. I believe is that things are not going well in terms of the fight against the taliban biden said. She's there's one of the old time understatements as it turns out. There is a need whether it is true or not. There is a need to projected different picture at the time. The taliban had already seized about half the country's district centers and was only weeks away from taking kabul so taliban had already taken half the country when biden is telling ghani you know there's a perception among some that That you're not strong. Hold up against the taliban who's breaking news. I will alert. The medium is president. Thank you for the phone. Call mr president. D did did did it. We have breaking news that's the perception we can't fight the taliban. Yeah no s. Sherlock back to the president. Probably a biden told ghani that afghanistan's prominent political figures including former president hamad karzai who the airport is named after for some reason should give a joint press conference that back to new military strategy on how the defeat the taliban saying we will change perception and that will change an awful lot. I think i'm not a military guy biden said so i'm not telling you what the plan should precisely look like. You're going to get not only more help. You're going to get a perception that is going to change in terms of how on our allies and folks here in the states and other places think you're doing. Yeah well that's straight out of the too little too late handbook. You clearly have the best military biden said you have three hundred thousand well armed forces versus seventy eight thousand in there clearly capable of fighting. Well we will provide a wait a minute. I gotta stop you right there. I mean i was aware that that three hundred thousand was a hollow number. There were ghost soldiers. Tens of thousands. Maybe a hundred thousand of them. That just disappeared went home and weren't ready to fight anything. So why is he pitching that number to the president of the country in a private phone call. I don't know why they wouldn't have been at more of a point of dealing with the reality right there. Exactly when our president's talking to their president when the taliban has half the country why would you still be putting the happy spin on it right when everybody involved knows. Why wouldn't you be saying look. How many serious fighters do you think. You have mr president about one hundred and twenty okay. All right well. That's a serious challenge. What do you need blah blah blah. Now you have three hundred thousand. Well armed phantoms. That just went home the moment their training was done if they finished dinner at all. Listen to this sentence from the president. Though from joe biden and how it turned out we will continue to provide close air support if we know what. The plan is an all the way through the end of august in who knows what after that. Wow promised close air support from the united states. All through the end of august didn't even come close to that and museum we. When did we go. System from barham. Do you remember the date. I don't remember when we left bodrum but the country fell the weekend of the fourteenth so two weeks ago so we didn't make it to the end of august with close air support. I mean obviously. There is not a lot of close-air-support going on there as the taliban came into kabul or we'd blasted him off the earth. I don't know what was going on. There biden's tone throughout the call suggests he did not expect the collapse of the afghan government just three weeks later. I assume there will be of people looking at this as the washington post said this needs to be looked at from every angle and it needs to start immediately. I hope that actually happens. I hope that actually happened. The guy from the apprentice got impeached for saying. Hey hundreds of biden's are crook yacht. Investigate them or something but this this is fine unbelievable and then that president grabbed one hundred sixty million dollars and left the country. He's got a pretty good life going so far. Hey you gotta know one old. No one to fold them. Strong and getty..

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"bodrum" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

06:03 min | 9 months ago

"bodrum" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"You just see so. The yahoo headline just came out about his poll numbers. And they said this is really hurting biden harris harris's only leading trump by two percents. That was we. Did she running. I didn't i didn't know that was part of the patch i just. I'm kind of with ben. i think they will. It'll be weakened bernie's they they are terrified. I mean kamla couldn't win a primary. She certainly isn't gonna win. And you know the idea that both the president and the vice president would not seek a second term against republican. I don't know if we've ever seen that. Because i we don't know the future but i think that's gonna happen. I think it's very hard to know. It really is impossible to know what's going to happen with biden because he may just be. It makes possible to problem. That's true do you believe the biden administration will pay a ransom for remaining americans who are left in afghanistan before using military force for short one. But yeah exactly pallets of cash that are shipped over there. Were never going to see. Probably one hundred percent by the way. That actually isn't impeachable. You're not right. I mean that actually is so start shipping money over there without any sort of congressional approval terrorist group. Who's going to do right. But i mean just to the legal question by the way to the legal question. The real answer is it doesn't matter because impeachment is right so it doesn't really matter. What are the chances that china decides. It's time to go after taiwan. We've basically a hundred percent. Yeah and if i if i were i'd certainly do it in the next three years because we don't know what's coming and by the way who exactly is going to oppose them to speak of the the west and its restrictions on freedom. It makes more sense to have that conversation. Lessen the in the guys at the taliban than it does with regard to china considering chinese social credit system considering how australia's current walking and citizens down like like did you see the video from nine news and it was like i was just waiting for the end. There was the guy who's coming on the elevator. And the anchors like his name is waiting for them to release the on montage. I agree the only person who got the reference fahrenheit four fifty four. He's running for the river. And you've got the hound him out covert and he's unbelievable. It is the fall of the west right now and it is the chinese moment. Mean you wrote your book the authoritarian moment and really what you mean in some ways that this is the chinese moment there've been for the last twenty five years there have been two models that were sort of dominant. There's the western model. Basically the american model now in europe it. it's further left and it has more a parliamentary system. And it has you know. Bigger social spills area essentially the postwar american order And what we're seeing it to some degree even domestically which is very concerning. Is that in some ways. Both left and right are looking at china now and saying you know. This system of of strong authoritarian regimes with liberal economics may be scalable in a way that is that this happened before world war two to you know there's plenty of people in in america who are going like hitler's in such a bad you got a point Do you believe that. This is a combination of idiocy incompetence. Seventy or intentional in other words are they trying to inflame the american populace and thereby increasing military operations over. I think it's i think it's a i really. I've heard the conspiracy if you wanna call it that the conspiracy theory that this is a purposeful attempt to Debilitate us demoralize us. I just don't think that's smart to be honest with you. And he always was even before. I put my tinfoil hat on though if i could stand for the question to ben's point The the people do not control foreign policy or at least have not in in many many decades and we know that the bureaucracy and foreign policy establishment did not want to pull out of afghanistan. And we know that joe biden. It's not running the show and so there. There is the question. I i don't want to ascribe to malice. That which is explained by stupidity and incompetence and there was a lot of that we left a lot of stuff behind bodrum. We left a lot of stuff behind in the country. Seventy five thousand vehicles over two hundred aircraft six hundred thousand firearms were we were in. I mean we're missing an army's worth of stuff that that is either historic incompetence or or there were competing missing. We're missing an option. Though which is indifference. I i think part of the problem is that people that run. Our country don't really care that much about americans or or or country at all. So i think there's also biden has always been committed to his peculiarly stupid idea of the moment right. I took this country and we sliced it in three. You're like well. There are no natural resources on. I don't care man come on man instead here too right like he did. You didn't press conference today where he's like. All my generals agreed on. This gives this over and over right generals all the higher ups in the military which actually extends even be like one person has to save. I mean i didn't by the way it's not true. We have many many stories of all his is going. You can't pull out this way and he's like we're doing it and then he's like but they also agreed that we should not defend ballrooms like oh you mean once you said we could have two troops and you can put in one place they said. Let's do kabul instead of bog graham. Wow big agreement there. But it's do we can't talk about it on the show. 'cause we gotta go home this ridiculous but but i. I do think that there is a case to be made that our intelligence services are infiltrated by our enemies. Yes there was a case of course. Of course yeah. And i think we talk about the things. I'm not committing suicide if i die. That's what you did. Just give up the whole plot. Biden's not gonna run. We talk about the big things. Humvees armored vehicles Airplanes and helicopters is to sixteen thousand pairs of night-vision goggles them. The most worried about our special operators have ruled afghanistan. truly the last twenty years there the The most lethal fighting men that have ever existed in all of human history and their superpower is that they can see dark. That's they're superpower and we just gave the enemy the superpower. The good news is What are they going to buy. Batteries time.

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"bodrum" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

04:41 min | 9 months ago

"bodrum" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Right here if one. Us citizen was suddenly discovered. You know saying. I really want to get out and i'm stuck. Who knows where somewhere in afghanistan or couple got any problem with this trigger. A diplomatic military hansel deck type thing to get that person out whatever the date our commitment continues to be to. us citizens. They want to leave. We will help get them out but again we expect there could be some But i i. Don't i'm not going to get into it further. Go ahead. she's not gonna get into it. Further there could be. Americans are left in afghanistan. We expect there will be americans left in afghanistan after august thirty first but then we'll be working back channels to try and get them out. you know. None of this had to happen. None of it a house delusional is all of this. How much do you trust this administration. I mean i don't trust this administration further than i can throw it which is not very far. The taliban have said we are not allowing people to get to the airport and taliban spokesperson in fact came out and said we are not going to allow afghans any longer to exit the country. Is it quote. Change your policy. Please don't encourage our friends to leave. Don't encourage our engineers. Our doctors our military we need them are not in favor of allowing afghans to leave so the taliban is closing the doors on afghans trying to get out because they're either going to conscripts them into the taliban or they're going to merge them but the good news. Jackie says well you know we are. We expect the talibans. Let them leave. Here's jen psaki. We've seen over the past several of the past nine days. A rush of people attempt to come to the airport. We certainly understand that but that also creates security risk and one that we have great concern about so to be clear. Individuals who are eligible for special immigrant visas or others who we are helping facilitate their evacuation and their departure. We are in touch with them or working to be in touch with them about how it went to come to the airport as well as american citizens as you know and we expect that they will be able to reach the airport. Oh we expected w well. And it's not like the taliban control of security lady which we all know political even politicos like this is gas lighting political as an entire piece today titled the definition of gas lighting as cows unfolded kabul airport biden. Team project. comb. I don't think the president's rhetoric matches the conditions on the ground one former state department officials said tens of thousands of afghans waiting us visas and thousands of american citizens are still stuck in kabul unable to find safe passage through frantic crowds taliban checkpoints and afghan guards stationed outside the airport. Gunfire erupted outside of the northgate of hamid karzai international airport on monday killing a number of security forces. American officials have repeatedly had closed the gates for extended periods. Leaving gars. Turn away even. Us passport-holders multiple sources point to deteriorating conditions inside the airport including lack of power and sanitation. Tension has emerged between american troops on the ground and state department officials trying to extract us citizens and afghan allies. Meanwhile the west wing is looking increasingly disconnected from reality as the biden. White house strives to project a sense of calm competence even as the taliban heightens their grip on afghanistan. If you look at what we're doing now and taking evacuating thousands of people every day. It has been a tremendous piece of work. Said defense secretary lloyd on sunday while the evacuation has significantly ramped up in recent days says politico the reality on the ground but lies the narrative. The situation is under control. The scenes around kabul airport have been marked by violence disorganization bureaucratic infighting delays according to video and text exchanges viewed by politico. The result is an administration that appears increasingly out of touch. As reports from kabul continues to reflect chaotic evacuation. I don't think the president's rhetoric matches the conditions on the ground. Says jen you huda a twelve year veteran of the bush and obama state department president of the truman center which is to evacuate afghan allies. They keep saying this was inevitable. There is absolutely way to avoid this if that's not the definition of gas lighting. I don't know what is chris. Purdy project manager of veterans for american ideals at human rights i in order to speed the evacuation effort defense officials in recent days. Propose retaking bogra airbase using bob. Graham is an additional location for flights out of the country would help ease the backlog at kabul but the proposal was nixed because the white house and some pentagon officials worried it will require deploy large number of additional forces and could spark a conflict with the taliban it was discussed but was not a good options. Said one senior defense official bodrum would have been an airborne assault. Just a huge operation. Would've looked like a reinvasion. You can't look reinvasion. Guys i mean we're busy surrendering here. I know what you guys are doing. But we're surrendering around here. And if if our surrendered gets in the way of americans leaving successfully well know surrender was really important because joe biden wanted to go to sleep at night knowing he had surrendered in afghanistan and he goes to sleep at like six thirty nine so we had to get out of there right quick. The pentagon has acknowledged conducting only limited rescue operations within the city to bring americans into the airport but officials are running up against that august thirty first deadline in..

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"bodrum" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

The World: Latest Edition

10:13 min | 10 months ago

"bodrum" Discussed on The World: Latest Edition

"Families in this area are forms and is facing drought on top of that. The fighting has disrupted the horace. She says so. People here are really struggling as more families split into her wa in recent days the todd intensified its attacks on the city the thought of taliban victory worries everyone here but especially women who have so much to lose if the militants take over sake killa. I got to see a group of women who in the past. Few years have become international celebrities medal. Tim attention so my follow. He is the leader of the afghan. Girls were body also known as the afghan dreamers is the country's first ever all female robotics team they have fifty members between the ages of fourteen and eighteen. They build robots and other devices like ventilators which they made for covert patients recently. Having forgot django bamboo to find go running more photo. He says that people might think of coniston is just about wars bombs and guns but we want to show that this country is also about science and technology in twenty seventeen. The team made it to washington. Dc to compete in a robotics competition and yet so her and kill bottom imitate more with sarah jarrow innovative. The most interesting part of being in the us pharmacy says was how could walk around freely. Without worrying about security. He and the other members of the team are too young to know what life was like. Under the taliban it ruled afghanistan in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s but these young women say they have heard plenty of stories from their mothers hoped. Bad about that. My mom has memories from the taliban says seventeen year. Old man mansouri. She was banned from going to school now. She insists i study hard. And what if the taliban stops you from going to school. I ask again as the year. I don't know one of the girls starts to say we'll fight. Batches will open on the ground schools. If we have to. It's our right to study and to work will fight for these things. She says no matter. What for the world changer. Forty hermit afganistan. It's been an awful summer for wildfires all over the globe from the north american west to siberia and now the eastern mediterranean fires raging in greece foresee evacuation of suburbs near athens at ancient olympia. The birthplace of the olympics. The army had to dig fire lines to protect the archaeological site in turkey. Wildfires have come frighteningly close to power plants drawing harsh criticism of the government's response to the blazes in one province southern turkey. Fires tore through farming villages. As some thirty six thousand people were fleeing their homes from his. Dan bowl derry. Garin reports village life in the coastal region of bodrum is usually idyllic. We're talking olive groves and butterflies herds of goats grazing next to crystal lucy plucking. Hello now much of the forests are scorched. There's the danger Because of the wind sometimes the fires start again. I catch pan-arab lulu gone on the phone. She's a local holistic medicine therapist but today she's helping friends in the village of maza with cleanup efforts. A fire passed through a few days ago and today temperatures are still above one hundred degrees. I'll tell we let's the animal food leaning gross. We need virus rituals gas masks. And then i make sure that it goes to the right address earlier google on coordinated boat to evacuate three hundred people to safety. When the town's residents returned most of the homes were still standing but a lot of livestock a source of income for many. Didn't make it but you know. The villagers vote is amazing about the villagers is as sigourney will. It's easy for me to get depressed. About what i see. But they're so strong during all week long. Local officials pleaded with the turkish government to do more to put out the fires. At least eight people have died. Turkey sold off a fleet of firefighting planes just a few years ago and lost precious time as officials rejected offers of assistance from abroad now. Twenty planes from spain. Russia and elsewhere are battling several big blazes along the southern coast. Meanwhile the turkish government issued a warning to news stations covering the fires saying the recreating fear anxiety among the public. It threatened to find. Broadcasters that don't toe the government line young decided in psalm luqman. Turkish president riptide air to one shrugged off accusations this week that his government had not enough. He said that it's local. Governments were ultimately responsible for dealing with fires in residential areas. We'll do q buke. She'd billy did in photo movables mayors of the affected towns many of whom are members of turkish. Opposition parties have taken to social media to call for help and keep the public updated. Matt matt tie. The mayor of the town of marmaris thanked volunteers and said they have now begun that recovery process montemar granted this issue mavi senior. Our wounds together he said and bring our town back to the good old days for the world. I'm gary the scan istanbul. There is a climate change related term. You've heard a lot on the show. Net zero it means pulling in as much carbon dioxide emissions as you put out basically offsetting your carbon pollution countries and companies across the globe are making pledges to reach net zero. One way they hope there's by planting more trees and restoring forests a new report from oxfam warns though the sheer scale of these plans could threaten global food systems joining me. Now is addity. Send the climate policy lead at oxfam america who wrote the report The basic calculus here oddity is that making way for more trees reduces the footprint for food crops right. That's right one of the things that we've highlighted in this report. Is that using the land or planting trees to remove carbon at scale could potentially require about one point six billion hector's of new forest and that is more than all the farmland in the world today. And so there's a real risk that using land at such massive scale for carbon removal could end up diverting land away from food production. Some analysis suggests that that could result in an increase in food prices by about eighty percent. Because what might end up happening is that land gets diverted bay from toward these massive tree-planting efforts. So what is the problem. Here is you see it. Is that the net zero aspiration itself for the way of getting there through tree planting so getting genetic zero emissions is really an important not star and dun-rite it could spur massive decarbonisation and adjust transition. Ob from kaban dependent economic models. But what is. Barring is that many nat zero targets are very league and are over relying on carbon especially removing carbon through vast amounts of land and tree-planting efforts which could in fact fuel hunger and displacement across the world and what is needed in fact is really a stronger emphasis on cutting emissions today and cutting emissions drastically over the next decade by twenty thirty to keep global warming below one point five degrees celsius. Which is the techel. The climate scientists say is critical if we are to avoid dangerous climate breakdown. You've got heavily polluting. In europe and north america they're setting their emissions in poorer countries that have fewer emissions in resources. How does that dynamic effect food security so we need to remember. That land is vital for food production and vital to the livelihood and rights of millions of small scale farmers and communities across the world. Nancy your targets which shift the burden of mitigation from rich countries and heavy polluting industries in the global north. To land-based mitigation efforts in the global south are in many ways shifting the burden of mitigation to the communities that have done the least contribute at the climate crisis and already bearing the brunt of the impacts of climate crisis so listeners to misinterpret this as if reforestation is necessarily a bad thing so if we look for example at one part of the globe suhel and west africa all the way across the continent to kenya. Deforestation is a big problem and has been for decades so trees are in fact needed in some parts of the world right. yes we absolutely need to protect. Trees and forests on nature based solutions are really important part of the mix but we need to pursue these solutions in a much. More cautious we. We cannot be promoting Solutions while we continue to prop up polluting fossil fuel industries across the was and also we need to make sure that nature be solutions really center the rights and livelihoods of communities and small-scale farmers and there are many approaches that this approach is like agroforestry for example which is an aggregate logical approach that draws down carbon from the atmosphere but also has tremendous food security benefits and could potentially benefit over a billion people in terms of food security benefits. There approaches out there. That can help us get to zero emissions but also zero hunger and we need to be promoting these approaches. But this should not happen at the cost of cutting emissions drastically in the global nod and in heavy emitting sectors and countries. But that really means rethinking the way we think about land use and agriculture from the get-go is climate policy lead at occidental america. Thank you very much for being with us to talk about this. Report on.

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Panicked Tourists Evacuate as Wildfires Blaze Through Turkey

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Panicked Tourists Evacuate as Wildfires Blaze Through Turkey

"Are forced to rush to the waterfront and wait for rescue boats after being urged to Vac evacuated Turkish resort town We get the very latest now from CBS is Adriana de Wildfires in Turkey are blamed for at least six deaths. Panicked tourists in the Aegean Sea resort of Bodrum had to flee hotels as a new fire erupted there. The Coast Guard asked private boats and yachts to help with evacuations. Almost 100 fires are burning across that region. Heat wave across southern Europe, fed by hot air from Africa has led to wildfires across the Mediterranean. Alright, we've

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Panicked Tourists Evacuate as Wildfires Blaze Through Turkey

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

Panicked Tourists Evacuate as Wildfires Blaze Through Turkey

"S. Wildfires in Turkey are blamed for at least six deaths. Panicked tourists in the Aegean Sea resort of Bodrum had to flee hotels as a new fire erupted there. The Coast Guard asked private boats and yachts to help with evacuations. Almost 100 fires are burning across

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"bodrum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"bodrum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Going only fans. He really have Tioga oh out then and promote yourself, and it's very difficult to do that. When you bought already of saturated landscape of people who have those large large followings. They're bringing toe only fans. And I think that's something that gets lost when people are just seeing the big headlines about how much money there is to be made on the platform. ABC, Sachin Singh reporting there. Now, let's explore this further with a sex educator and a dating expert who's featured in the film, Sean Bodrum is only fans a legitimate way. For people to make money, or do people see it as a next flotation of those who are willing to put pictures of themselves or videos of themselves and their bodies online? Every and anything is true depends on how the user interacts with the interfacing understands the consequences of putting up a potentially explicit You don't have to put up explosives up on only fans. You could be on their baking banana bread. But most people probably do go hoping for non banana bread content, but it is a viable way to make money. But if you're not aware of repercussions because there is still a stigma associated with sex workers. And if you are selling explicit images of yourself or explicit videos of herself, you would enter into the umbrella of sex work. And so there are consequences with that, so it can be exploitative. If you're not aware of those, and you're just looking at it like this is a private, quick and fast way for me to make money in between jobs during the pandemic. Why are people so offended by this? And there is a certain segment of the population who is offended by this? They're adults. They're not Children, their people putting stuff on there. And if people Choose to pay for it. You know what's the big deal? Sex plays a massive role in our life, whether or not we want to look at it, or we don't. But there are some people who are just grossly uncomfortable with it. And the fact of the matter that it's now making sex work or pornographic work more mainstream, and it's essentially like Facebook. The person you see the grocery store protectively, having only fans account and that's new, So I think anything that's new that's pushing the boundary, especially with the topic is taboo of sex makes people income. Double. It also kind of eliminates the middleman. If you will, like if you're talking about somebody who's involved already involved in the in the pornography industry, and they've got you know the people who are putting out films the people who are putting them online, the director everything else. This is taking it directly to the consumer. It's like for you no explicit material, isn't it? Absolutely, And that's exactly it. A lot of performers are actually now getting the money first, because usually it's the studio who gets the money first. And then the director gets money second, and then they get the money. Third. We're in this case, it goes right from the user to the performer, and then they can choose now to hire since it's their bodies and their face in their image. It really should be the first hand that gets the money should be them. And then they decide what the percentages in this flips are. After that. How did people feel about being called sex workers? Does that Name and that title means something well, it carries a stigma. For sure. I mean, especially given the fact that in America certain banks don't want to work with people. There are certain credit companies like there are still places that you can't get in or there's restrictions on what you could do. If you adopt that title. I think it's an empowering term. Essentially, you know, porn is just Any material that elicits a sexual response. And second, the art that could be video that could be images. And so there's nothing dirty to me about saying I make a living off of material that is designed to arouse other people. And that might be something you know individual where I'm going to someone's house of more of an escort service. Or it could be something over the Internet. If you're not comfortable that term, then there's probably another one there for you, but I think normalizing that term definitely is going to help everyone. If you're a consenting adult, this is an ages old is time profession. So why.

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"bodrum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"bodrum" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On Lee fans in December 2019 because I had gone viral a few times on Twitter and people were just like in love with my body. And you know, I was working and then Christmas time came around, and I wasn't gonna get my family anything. So I was like Okay, let me start this only finance Within two months of joining the site, Winter quit her job as a corporate travel agent just weeks before much of the country shut down. Ironically, I actually made more money that month drew. The lockdown mostly is featured in whose only fans selling sexy Cameras following her rise on the platform as she navigates just how far to push her content isn't I'm nervous, but I'm not nervous, the same point that makes sense when you're going only fans. He really have Tioga oh out then and promote yourself, and it's very difficult to do that. When you bought already of saturated landscape of people who have those large large followings. They're bringing toe only fans, and I think that's something that gets lost when people are just seeing the big headlines about how much money there is to be made on the platform. ABC, Sachin Singh reporting there. Now, let's explore this further with a sex educator and a dating expert who's featured in the film, Sean Bodrum is only fans a legitimate way. For people to make money, or do people see it as a next flotation of those who are willing to put pictures of themselves or videos of themselves and their bodies online? Every and anything is true depends on how the user interacts with the interface understands the consequences of putting up a potentially explicit You don't have to put up explosives up on only fans. You could be on their baking banana bread. But most people probably do go hoping for non banana bread content, but it is a viable way to make money. But if you're not aware of repercussions because there is still a stigma associated with sex workers. And if you are selling explicit images of yourself or explicit videos of herself, you would enter into the umbrella of sex work. And so there are consequences with that, so it can be exploitative..

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"bodrum" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"bodrum" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Fans. He really have toe go out then and promote yourself, and it's very difficult to do that. When you bought already saturated landscape of people who have those large large followings. They're bringing toe only dance, and I think that's something that gets lost when people are just seeing the big headlines about how much money there is to be made on the platform. A B C's. Chancing reporting there. Now, let's explore this further with a sex educator and a dating expert who's featured in the film. Sean Bodrum is only fans ah, legitimate way for people to make money, or do people see it as a next plantation of those who are willing to put pictures of themselves or videos of themselves and their bodies online? Every and anything is true depends on how the user interacts with the interface understands the consequences of putting up potentially explicit You don't have to put up explosives up on only fans. You could be on their baking banana bread. But most people probably do go hoping for non banana bread content, but it is a viable way to make money. But if you're not aware of repercussions because there is still a stigma associated with sex workers. And if you are selling explicit images of yourself or explicit videos of herself, you would enter into the umbrella of sex work. And so there are consequences with that, so it can be exploitative. If you're not aware of those, and you're just looking at it like this is a private, quick and fast way for me to make money in between jobs during the pandemic. Why are people so offended by this? And there is a certain segment of the population who is offended by this? They're adults. They're not Children, their people putting stuff on there. And if people Choose to pay for it. You know what's the big deal? Sex plays a massive role in our life, whether or not we want to look at it, or we don't But there are some people who are just grossly uncomfortable with it. And the fact of the matter that it's now making sex work or pornographic work more mainstream, and it's essentially like Facebook. The person you see the grocery store protectively having only fans account and that's new, So I think anything that's new that's pushing the boundary, especially with the topic is taboo of sex makes people uncovered. Double. It also kind of eliminates the middleman. If you will, like if you're talking about somebody who's involved already involved in the in the pornography industry, and they've got you know people who are putting out films that people who are putting them online, the director everything else. This is taking it directly to the consumer. It's like for you no explicit material, isn't it? Absolutely, And that's exactly it. A lot of performers are actually now getting the money first, because usually it's the studio who gets the money first. And then the director gets the money second, and then they get the money. Third. We're in this case, it goes right from the user to the performer, and then they can choose now to hire since it's their bodies and their face in their image. It really should be the first hand that gets the money should be them. And then they decide what the percentages in this flips are. After that. How did people feel about being called sex workers? Does that Name and that title means something. Well, it carries a stigma for sure. I mean, especially given the fact that in America certain banks don't want to work with people. There are certain credit companies like there are still places that you can't get in or there's restrictions on what you could do if you adopt that title. I think it's an empowering term. Essentially, you know, porn is just any material that elicits a sexual response. And that could be art That could be video that could be images. And so there's nothing dirty to me about saying I make a living off of material that is Designed to arouse other people, and that might be something you know individual where I'm going to someone's house of more of an escort service, or it could be something over the Internet. If you're not comfortable that term, then there's probably another one there for you, but I think normalizing that term definitely is going to help everyone. If you're a consenting adult, this is an ages old is time profession. So.

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"bodrum" Discussed on The Property Couch

The Property Couch

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"bodrum" Discussed on The Property Couch

"When i when i grew up off feel like money was talked about quite a bit at time Not in the way of investing. Now it was very much in the way of management and and good stewarding of that money But growing up my dad was a schoolteacher too My mom was a or is still a paralegal and she she works in hyman has been doing it for about thirty seven years But like us bike to are not said. My money law communion she goes. It was taught and as kids a guess we felt that we knew money was taught and there was always a good rain in a good. I'm control of the money. But when i look back at it to come one of four children we. We didn't go that at all and we. We all learned musical instrument. We all play sport. And as i grew up i used to ask them questions. Mom can we get this. Mammoth can we get. This is how much money we got to set that aside. We gotta do this. That ends as as i went along. Isis ask questions. As i went and saw the questions. Go to an sid and A kid you know if you want to get a block of bodrum kato. Something always trying to wrangle a bit of cash out a but it was always really really taught So that was really good. Money management growing up and i feel like even though i didn't realize it was in potted to me as i was growing up. And so when you get older and you start talking about safe cars saying the hasn't stuff on my family. Were just a great source of wisdom because that bank here now open to chatting about hat save and and what makes for good purchase. And so so i feel money. Transmission stories has been going on my life. And it's still going now did you. Did you ever have that jousting sticks. Tell them they're dreaming or what i want for that. Two hundred bucks. I'll tell you. What did there was a time when i was looking for. I used to play drums. A mom and dad said you've got to save up for that piper ran actually looked in the trading post for about two years trying to research how to do it. And i'll get him dad. Dad whiz wisdom epping baranyo api. I'm not driving there. And then acid rain drama cranberry and then all of a sudden one tennessee. Guys are yeah. That's new pipe around. Yeah and you you've gone and you've worked from sort of two to three years to save that up. Yeah and you're able to volume i sette dramas. Yes so dad was pretty. When i spoke to my dad i was like. Am i going to get more money and again look get a job and i actually started delivering. Pipe is twelve and oregon. Tom probably pulling in about twenty two twenty three bucks but the cool thing about one hundred percent cash in back pocket as heat so a good a good to save at four hundred bucks to to get myself a drum kit when i was when i was in the end i was fifteen and It was to me. That was the biggest lesson in delayed gratification. And i reckon a lot of stories about you know just as after that have have stemmed from experiences. And you're gonna set up playing piano. I did that for about ten years. And then it dropped and then just a bit of coup guitar school. Any four chords four chords. And that's all you need to nine. Say i'm trying to master now so i mean this because we've got most households you know money's tabu and talk about it..

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"bodrum" Discussed on The Social Hotelier

The Social Hotelier

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"bodrum" Discussed on The Social Hotelier

"More International brands are seriously suggesting in the city. Now we have four seasons coming on the way Ritz-Carlton is coming on the way according to the local Governor approximately 3 to 5 a.m. Billion dollars of Investments is on the way. So by a coincidence or by chance Bodrum become a center of Attraction for Investments and the economy is booming if I have to be honest and where is this investment coming from if you're able to share that? Yeah, it's just coming from the International Investment Group not specifically from one country. But these are the groups that are making these groups all in the Europe Russia and the Middle East this investment groups are also collecting their hotels or the tourism Investments that are lived on attending unfinished. Now, they are all taken by some big groups for Investments and also because of this increase in population real estate's real estate market is booming also bought for constructions and boat for hire and the recent stocks the recent real estate stocks that have been staying still for the past 5 to Jun. Six years, maybe are all finished in the five to six months. Excellent. And so you are in charge of the border of promotional foundation. So what is next for boardroom? What is in your focus? Yep. Now the Bodrum is becoming very popular for a said luxury destination as a luxury tourist destination till now we have the name is Chris coming from all different countries and also both coming from different economic values, but now in the cafeteria, we experienced a huge increase in the luxury tourism. We have five big Martinez in the city and they are all of them is almost over booked at the moment and the boss promotion fun to keep the image that boardroom has a product to offer for all parties in all her name. And in all economic sections, but now in the following two years. It seems that we will be more increasingly focusing on the luxury Market luxury package with markets boats in Russia and in Europe. That is excellent. So all the viewers know you have heard some interesting update from by Sarah Connor about boardroom. So just write in your comments or any questions that you may have ever will address them at at the end of the show..

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"bodrum" Discussed on The Social Hotelier

The Social Hotelier

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"bodrum" Discussed on The Social Hotelier

"And memorable experiences for their customers in his shoot off a passion. We share our views and experiences relating to hospitality technological Trends and also relating to humanity here is your host Sam Eric Young Man and So this is a absolutely fantastic show and we are very excited to to have you with us and our episode are brought to you in partnership with the winning Walter hotel and restaurant Association, visit Malta and Ministry of Tourism Ulta. So we are delighted to have you here with us today. So, then thank you very much again for for taking the time to join us and we will start with our first guest and I will welcome sarkin Salin from boredom. Good afternoon. I think yes good afternoon and warm welcome to our two hour episode and and you're from boardroom from boardroom promotional foundation. So could you share with us the kadesia with us about boardroom? And what's special about that attracts people to come there? Thank you very much. Just first of all I've back to say hi to all the distinguished guests and I would like to thank you to multitudes and especially for you for this wonderful organization. It's just I want to welcome everybody from this sunny Mediterranean Village Bodrum. Just it's one of the most important holiday destinations in turkey and also offer Indian. We are a small significant Village of two hundred thousand inhabitants. It's just the parents who are close to the Greek Islands course and just on the southwest of turkey we have approximately three thousand five hundred years of history in the area and it's valued not by the foreign land Church guests, especially because of its wonderful climate, especially 11 different ways that are all located in the dog. Parts of the peninsula a great historical heritage great historical background and also Which is popular but it's entertainment restaurants down plus it's in bluish, which is very significant to this Village which is done by wouldn't go lets them created here for luxury cruises. These are good nuts and also because of its climate we have availability to have tourism activities for approximately eight months of the very good now, could you give us a recap of 2019 and then leading to leading to 2020? How long was the business for in Bodrum? Yes, 2019 was very flourishing and very motivating. Yep. For this destination because of the original prices and the effects of the global crisis around the world in 2016. We have a decline in the truck industry around the region but starting the 2018. He had an increase in the numbers and the figures and 2019 was not the best of the times maybe but it was a very often motivating season for 2020 till the pandemic. We had a figure of approximately 900,000 guests all around the world visiting area and because of the foreign tourists coming from this different destinations and from different markets in 2019, and we had a very motivating season as I mentioned before then the 2024 2020. We had a very good figures in terms of reservation and tools including Cruise industry bluish hotels tools to The Operators and flight numbers was very very motivating force us to the beginning of panda me. Unfortunately, like all the Mediterranean cities. We had a big hit with the beginning of 2020 and we have serious cancellations seem cancellations. And unfortunately, the sector had a great investment to the premises because of the figures that they have in 2019. So they invest a lot of money trusting the figures two of the 2020. So it created a big gap for the especially for small and medium-sized Enterprises in the gym sector. They had a big hit unfortunately and January February and March was a big disappointment and yep..

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"bodrum" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"bodrum" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Yeah, and so interesting Nikki that you I find it interesting people that had to learn things, you know, like a niche discipline that they had to learn before YouTube or what you could just hop online and learn everything has took me like a year to learn how to start a Bodrum, you know, I mean just all by yourself down. Now were you like trying to track down books or are you tracking down people or a little bit of both? You just have to keep your ears eyes and ears open for anyone that could teach you anything. Yeah, it was absolutely like I was crazy you'd like hear someone or you'd see some I saw like an ad in a local new newspaper about birding one day and I was like, oh maybe this person knows something about you know certain, you know, I wasn't exactly I grew up as a Outdoors kid. So I was more of a real citified girl and calling up these outdoor schools and going there and you know not having my wool in my camouflage or anything and not really fitting in very well at all. And yeah learning stuff but the drill I think took me a year, you know, like oh, hey, can I get one question answered and it would take forever responses and you're just sitting there, you know letting trying to figure out how to do. Yep. Things so there was like deeper level perhaps then, you know our expertise after we watched to YouTube videos. How humans should yeah, so I think there is like a deeper wage level of understanding and and really kind of mastering something perhaps, you know, yeah. Yeah you earn that knowledge and the Pole to South Pole to get into this stuff. Can you trace that to a movie you watched or a book you read or was it something deeper inside? Was it something wrong? Then? You can't really put a finger on then just kind of Drew you to this stuff. I know there was like series of events for sure. I mean when I was a little kid like Sasha I read my side of the mountains and as about this kid who ran away from home and you know lived off the land and I was like, I want to be Sam gribley and then you know my uncle bought me a pony and I never thought about the woods again for Thursday. Half my life, but then I had I had some incredible experiences in nature like one one day. I was you know, hiking off my back yard. I had a pretty cool house backed up onto just hundreds of acres of land and I was wandering back there and not oh my gosh..

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"bodrum" Discussed on Counting Countries

Counting Countries

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"bodrum" Discussed on Counting Countries

"The only thing is my husband had a very important business missing a day later but because of sudden typhoon all flights were cancelled and we were stuck there for a while. but then we've actually got out again. Nobody was injured. Everything worked out. I did get lost in croatia by myself. Staff was scary but not a scary place. I was in the croatian. The national park the waterfalls and it's a bit confusing. It's the signs are not well. Explains and i took the wrong routes and i was about thirty minutes late trying to meet my group and i missed the deadline but then when i got there panicked i eventually you know somebody on the phone and we were able to figure out where i was in how to get back which was nowhere near where i was supposed to be eventually race back and we're waiting another hour on another to people 'cause they were even more or less than me so i didn't feel that bad after that That time in turkey as well. I remember we decided that we my husband looked at the map and it would be a good idea for us to drive from. I think we were in izmir. Bodrum but we had stopped in calais and all those places but we didn't realize you know he thought. Oh hey i should be like an eight hour drive. Stop in here and there but it turned out to be like a sixteen hour drive and we were stopped on one of those roads by turkish police. I was driving actually and it was one. Am so with all the very you know with very strange at the time but fortunately they they just said oh my okay you have a long way to go they just let me go and i just kept trying so the tons like a long day and when you're traveling what moves you. Meaning i heard you say that your foodi. But as a unesco world heritage site is at outdoors is at the beach Is it a museum..

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"bodrum" Discussed on Baalgatha- Classic Stories for Children

Baalgatha- Classic Stories for Children

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"bodrum" Discussed on Baalgatha- Classic Stories for Children

"Your details of kings and Queens. Let your child listen to them on while gutter, the podcast that naturally entertains, but also educates you chime. And Bodrum. This is a story from Fungi Tundra about a Jacuzzi. And the important lesson he loans and teaches us in the process. Ask You at the end of this story worker Nessin won't. I ready. Am Let's begin. One D.. A Jakob. Was Any hungry. You wandering about in search of food. After some dine. He wandered out of the jungle that he lives. And reached a deserted battlefield. All this back and feel. Becky was fought recently. Fighting armies had left behind a drum. which was lying or three? As strong winds blew. The branches of the tree rubbed against the drum. This. Need a strange noise. Golden. Horde the son. He. Fatty, frightened, and Paul running away into the jungle. If I cannot flee from your before I am seen by the person making all this noise. I will mean Ramu. And as he was about to new way, he had a second thought. It is unwise to run away from something without checking the facts. I can always go back to the jungle. Falls. I must find out the source of this. He took the courage and creeped forward all ships. When he saw the drum. That it was only the wind that was causing all the noise. and. With this knowledge. He continued his search for food. And Neil the chum, he falls sufficient food and water. This was one of the shortest stories we read it on Bulga podcast. But now going to ask. What is the lesson that you learned from the story? Any guesses. Current! The story of the Jakob and the story of Sindhu. The board. Beach a similar lesson. That is. We must not at least. And verify the facts before decision..

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"bodrum" Discussed on Success Unscrambled | Blog Traffic Tips | Business Success Stories

Success Unscrambled | Blog Traffic Tips | Business Success Stories

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"bodrum" Discussed on Success Unscrambled | Blog Traffic Tips | Business Success Stories

"A so can be can do with a little bit more TLC as a seller there is a ten dollar sign up setup fee plus five Philipon charged to keep the store alive or available I just wish they can do something about a technology and a US experience is in great for someone who selling equal friendly handmade items okay so I'd craft is in a number twenty a Canadian company developed by web professionals who are passionate about the web an hundred items and those that's what makes up the backbone of I craft have you seen the cute Terry Bodrum for dogs on my goodness it is a sweetest sweetest little thing ever because I don't even the dog and I have the chance to buy one just because they're so cute the coup in at around safe sixteen seventeen dollars anyway and again of lesser screen just nationals I know innocent or podcast but you know head over to have a look the category solicit your items by seasons by special occasions by collections offer someone special for months the even have the store categorized by sellers there's Canadian sellers. US allies European sellers top sellers and stores with seals as a solo you can you can get access to get boot camp where you will be given assignments to complete every day it only takes about twenty minutes to complete the it goes in at twelve dollars a month or twelve month package for ten dollars a month the good news is that he would not be charged eliciting fees or commission fees on each item listed or on each sale which is you know especially if you have a lot of items two years it has always been seen as a big competitor of Amazon except obviously that they sell specialty handmade be amazing because they have the annual at sea sign awards creatives they also have papa Christmas shops and they do amazing collab- collaboration turns when an exhibition design shows wedding phase Kroft consuls on even the natural history museum just to name a few so there are lots of opportunities where your talent on goods can gain exposure at local as well as national levels as a seller you items get exposure and that you need to have a minimum of fifty things to gain momentum on sales on the best advice I've seen so far is that you need to ensure that you have it collection of entry level nor frills options included in near fifty listings so you might have your son listings like things at least you can start getting gaining momentum reviews on the platform so essentially for ten dollars initial early so that's fifty items by twenty cent you can expect to start seeing sales at sea on your free listings once you've done your homework in terms of finding what's popular and what people want almost irresistible with the kind of assistance of from what technology all will can be considered flat for.

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"bodrum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:24 min | 3 years ago

"bodrum" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Of the bad financial decisions they've made. So we can learn from those mistakes and one that we've seen a lot is retiring just way too early. That's the problem is that just retiring too early. It's really the decision you make on when you should retire because there's only two certainties in life. Whether they happen to be taxes. Ben Franklin, my favorite, then Franklin yet to certainties and financial planning on you're dealing with all the uncertainties and the uncertainty is when are you gonna leave this planet? Right. If you're sixty five years old, and you're a male. What do you think today? Right. Gonna say seventy nine eighty four. And if you're a woman, and you're sixty fifth birthday pass, how long do you think? Hewlett till say eighty nine. Eighty seven. So you have your close on both. But what happens is that? This is just the latest numbers from social security. So I think what you have to do plan on living even longer than that. You know, if you're planning for your retirement, so retiring too early can be used mistake. And what what do you think of what are some of the biggest pitfalls of throwing it in early? Right. First of. All right. Why would you wanna leave early? Well, you might just not like your job. Let's be honest. Yeah. They're driving. They're driving out the door. But you know, so just a couple more years. What are some of the benefits? Well, a couple of things. I mean to your point. I think I remember now, right? It's not your parents retirement. You realistically even retire at a normal retirement age like sixty five like to your point you retired from the twenty five thirty years. That's a long long time. So long jetties the big thing. And I had this experience recently I had a couple of with this past week woman said I've been working since I was eight years old. She's just about to turn seventy now, she's like, she's still working still working on the home homestretch. But literally if she waits she wants she said, I wanna retire in may, but she gets a bump up in her pension benefit. If she goes all the way to the end of the summer, and I can tell like he doesn't even want to do it. But she's like, I just know that eight percent on my pension. Every year is a huge difference. You know, she's going to basically go a little bit longer. But it could be the difference in interests here. Barb is it gets my point. You know, maybe it's a year difference can have a huge impact on when you should retire. Let me get this. Right. Right. So she just hangs out for a couple more months. She's going to get an eight percent bump into retirement benefit. So did you tell her to do just like hanging out and not show up willing and doing it fire, and they can't fire? Right. She can. I didn't get rid of ice on our work ethic. Our last couple of months of work, plus I recommend and she agreed that you know, let's go a little bit longer. And I think that's the value of doing the actual financial plan because you can see the difference of. Okay. Hey, what if I just worked another year longer or two years longer versus hiring? You know, maybe this year. I mean, a lot of times that can be the difference between you being able to live on your money to age ninety and not being able to do it. And that's why it's so so critical Bodrum those projections and make a really good decisions about the right time to retire. The other side of that rise. There's so many people tell us that. Well, you know, I really don't need to do projections because I'll just keep working as long as I want. What are some of the reasons why they don't allow you to continue working past retirement age? I will sometimes they just they can't afford to pay you anymore. So they're gonna phase you out when you get to a certain age. Yeah. Sometimes you get downsized sometimes, you're health doesn't cooperate. I mean, you know, I've lost a lot of good. Friends in the last couple of years in their mid sixties who were never got a chance to retire. So you don't know what your health is going to be. So what's the answer? Right. If you don't know how long have you gonna live? How do you know when to retire? What what should you be doing in your planning? Well, I mean that's another good point to go into your extreme nearby. What you need to be doing. Is you need to look at what we call. What's that day that you hit financial independence because we get a lot of people say the same thing, you may think yourself, well, I'm just going to work forever. So what do I care about retirement? But your point you don't have control over that. Who knows what you're gonna be? So what I like to say is what's that date when you can be dependent on your portfolio, and you work because you wanna work because you have to work or on the flip side of the coin writer, how much further do you have to go before, you know, you can safely start to draw from your portfolio? So I mean that magical year we'll call it is really the year financial independence, and it's going to be different for everybody. And that's why you have to have some sort of financial. Projections run. Well, that's what your grandfather used to say. You know, when you have a big pile of tell people where to go money. You know, like their boss, you can tell where to go what to do with that job. So it really is. You know, why should anybody want to retire? If they love their job, if they're not working the, sir hobby. They really love it. But I think having a goal of financial independence having that big pile telling people where to go money makes a lot of sets, right? Yeah. Exactly. Just have to plan for it. And if you're thinking you stuff right now, I want to be financially independent, not just retired. But no the right date that I can walk away. And I'm not going to run out of money. Here's your shot to do it. If you're one of the next ten callers have over two hundred thousand dollars saved for retirement myself and Bob will run for you. Our total financial master plan, and we'll do that with no obligation or cost. It's a full holistic retirement review, where we look at the whole financial picture all you need to do is print. Those statements off the computer bring all those financial statements into the office. What we'll do is. We're going to build you your own personalized financial portal where we can get a bird's eye view of your entire financial. Situation. And then we can start looking at all the critical components. We're going to look at everything from fees. Yes. There's a lotta hidden costs and investment portfolios. I know shocking, but Bob, and I are going to show you the hidden cost are on those annuities insurance products mutual farms. Brokerage products, we're going to show you how to reduce cost on your portfolio. So there's more money in your pocket for retirement, we're going to look at income income is so critical in retirement how you going to replace the income once you stop working. We're going to show you how to optimize or increase the income on your portfolio to filling your income gap. And we're going to look diversification is your portfolio protected did your portfolio get hit really hard back in December..

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"bodrum" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"bodrum" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Arena stage multi yard summer day camp for ages eight to fifteen camp arena, St. features more than seventy five activities, including film, making music dance rock band, stop motion, animation, sports and more. Discover discovering new talent creating new passion, and they create new friends at the same time. Register today to week four week in six week. Sessions are available visit arena stage dot org slash camp. For more or call two zero two four eight eight thirty three hundred. Connotation and all the and these are fan. Components. Connotations not usual. However, if there's draining draining off the condensation stopped up or all those kinds of action usually have a drain trap. The trap is not full of water, and then it will not drain it. A like the pressure of the day Searle keep it from going in. So the chat needs to be four four to drain, and then one other thing is. I'm not sure, but a lot of time little debris little Bodrum staff or get in those pipes and in the end these are fan. So it could be a. The part where he just needs to take everything apart clean. It all out make sure your drains open and then fill the trap an an all back together. And he might that might checks office problem there. So is this the discharge pipe on the side of the furnace that goes into like the floor, drain, Richard. Everything goes there's a grain that come out of the bottom of his inducer. Unbeliev and another thing is to the types to go in and out of the house. They should all drain back to the furnace. Okay. So if it's, you know, forty feet from the Farnese today out of the house, it's only like, you know, one eight seven inch her forty years now. Yeah. Manufacturer might be a little bit different. But everything grains back towards the furnace. So that they can drain out through the draining system. So if you had a long run with goes gases coup faster and create more condensation. It might because when you burn.

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