9 Burst results for "Caitlyn Stark"

"catelyn stark" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"catelyn stark" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Do a great thing. You are not allowed to gift IRA money until you reach our MD age. So what could you potentially do before then? Maybe you have non IRA accounts with things like stocks that have made money. You can gift you're appreciated Stock. You can gift the stock to a charity. You will never have paid those capital gains. They won't either. So if you were to sell that stock while it's in your possession, you will pay capital gains tax. If you just give that stock you won't ever pay that kind. Capital gains and they'll get it now. You mean want to you may not, But that is certainly potentially better, like if I had cash on the side. Instead of giving the cash to the charity and then selling my stock and paying Catelyn Stark's I could just give that stock to the charity, and then I could just buy that stock once again with the new cash, right, so you may be following me again. Just reach out to us will will analyze all this for you. But there's Some really interesting ways like that to fill your goal of giving and do it in a in a smart way from attacks and from an investment you know standpoint. Also real estate. This is a big one. A charitable remainder trust plenty of people walking around here in San Diego. This maybe you so let's say you have a rental property that you've had for a long time, and it's done really well. And now you're getting close to retirement of your retirement. And you're tired of being a landlord, right? You've got tenants, taxes, toilets, termites, right. Any other tease out their toddlers. All of it learns. Yeah, although you know, it might be grand kids, their toddlers, and what I've learned already is that you know for my parents. They don't really care what my kids do that That's just deal with the dollars, but I digress. You meet so many people, Jack, and this may be you out there, maybe you that they want to sell this rental probably don't want to do any more. But they know they're gonna pay this incredible amount of tax depreciation recapture in capital gains tax, so they think that there's no way to get out of this rental property You can create what's called the charitable remainder trust. You literally can put this property in the Name of the terrible manner trust. You can sell it. You'll pay absolute no tax whatsoever. On top of that. You'll get a tax deduction that you can write off on other parts, your taxes, So you avoid all the tax on the property. Plus, you get tax deductions you can write off on other areas. You keep all that money. You can create an income stream for the rest of your lives. And you and your spouse. And the only thing that happens is at least 10% has to go to the charities someday. So for I meet a lot of people in this, maybe you that you don't necessarily have strong legacy goals. That property needs to go toe. Let's see your kids. When I tell them about this chair to remain to trust, they go well, What's the catch like? This is incredible. Like, what am I missing here? There is no catch. The only catch is most people just don't know about it, and the other catches that for some people, they don't want that asset to go away so that they do want that asset to be passed to their kids, And there's actually some ability to potentially do that yourself. So I think of things like R and D planning requirement of distribution planning. How can you navigate that? There's certain types of money you can create maybe more tax efficient money for yourself every year retirement and then you can take money that would have been taxed to you. And maybe that's the money. Whether it's appreciated stock or our MD's that you can give to charities along the way. We haven't talked about kids yet. I have been focusing on charities. But a lot of my clients like to make the joke that the charity is their kids when they're one in the same, So a lot of people certainly have the goal of gifting to your kids. One of things I will say is gifting your kids. Memories is really something to consider. Strongly Consider You know, spending money that you've allocated in your retirement plan towards really great vacations. Great outings. Great. You know whether it's golf outings or dinners, just things that you do with your family with your kids with your grandkids and taking those pictures and having those memories get a retirement income plan done where we know what you can budget for all of that, And maybe that's just the way you gift to your kids. But certainly you may also want to actually gift than money. Whether it be two maybe Help them with the down payment on their own house. I've had clients help their kids, you know, pay for all the money that it takes to adopt. You know, kids. What a beautiful thing you know, that is to help your kids with you adopt their own kids on dust, A million other wonderful things that we help our clients do for their kids or their grandkids of their family..

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"catelyn stark" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"catelyn stark" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Not only that, but maybe you're selling the house or buying a house and you wanna get a pull inspection. Make sure all that stuff it's working. Hit. My pool broke the other day that middle of the night. Woke up backyard flooded Really like Holy smokes. What happened here? Um, yeah, the pipe that actually goes into the filter. You know how you have that twisty thing that connects the pipe to the filter. It's like, you know, it's like screws onto the cap there that actually separated it broken half, so it's just for probably three or four hours was just squirting water in the backyard. Yeah. So gotta fix called Mariana crew up there. Coconut pulls, Just go to cocaine and pulls that common. Come right out and get it fixed. Cost like $75. That was it. It was the best. Best things. It's basically a trip charge for a cheap part. If I would have tried to fix it, it would. It would have taken four different trips to Leslie's, because I want that's what I do is I don't measure things. I just go buy one that looks about the same size and then when it's once I get everything torn apart, then I go to try to put on like crap so wrong size, But instead of measuring it again, I'll just take it back and say, Give me the next size bigger. Hey, that's why you do radio. Damn right, Then you take the next size bigger than your crap. This one doesn't fit either, And then you go out there and then you go and you put the whole thing together, And it's backwards. You know, that's everything that I do because who needs to read instruction books When you have intellect to size? Are you buying a house and doing the same thing with a dishwasher? You tried to destroy Usher? Yeah, I put it in backwards. It was crazy. I was like, Where's the door? Like why? This is ugly. And like, why does the electrical court come out the front? Ridiculous. So then I had to wind up cutting a hole on the other side of the cabinet so that I could actually use the district. That part is not true. Catelyn Stark himself and I think you have to go on YouTube but figured it took a lot of hours. It's.

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"catelyn stark" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"catelyn stark" Discussed on KCRW

"Know everything is safe first. So we test everything we can for that one. With you now a handful of residents from the lab throughout the years, experts have come to teach them all about the equipment. Giants watch a lot of fish in the grandparent's air radiation professionals now talking or, he says with a smile, chemical laughs. This isn't normal talking or, he says before the disaster. He was an accountant and she ran in that has been in our family for generations. When the reactors at the nearby Daiichi Nuclear Power plant exploded in 2011. They evacuated for five years, and then they came back. They reopen the end, and they learned everything they could about radiation. Anyone who faces this kind of situation has to become a scientist to survive, talking points out colored maps hanging on the walls there. Maps show that radiation levels have been going down for years. But they're still hot spots. Places where radiation is worryingly high that it was important to visualize the invisible we needed to see a radiation. Kobayashi's aren't the only ones doing this kind of thing. Citizen Science is booming and Fukushima. There's a lab run by Mom's worried about their Children. A group of surfers take radiation readings of beaches all of this because information was incredibly limited. After the disaster, everyone felt a complete loss of control their entire lives disrupted and health at risk by an invisible threat they didn't fully understand. It was traumatic, and I think those traumatic effects are still lingering as B. Brown is lean researcher for an organization called Safe cast, one of the original citizen science operations in Fukushima. People stop trusting, of course, government. They stopped trusting media. They stopped trusting scientists because there were so many scientists coming on TV saying, Oh, it's not going to be a problem. Nothing's gonna happen. People wanted to take matters into their own hands, which is where safe cast came in. The organization eventually built Geiger counters for local residents to create a real time database online. He says the data allows people to replace anxiety with action. Some people will take the date and say, Oh, my God, I'm leaving other people would say, Oh, well, you know, it's not as bad as I feared. Maybe it's OK to stay. And yet others will say, Well, it's pretty bad, but I think now at least I know what I'm facing, and I know how hard it's going to be, which is exactly the decision the Kobayashi's were able to make back at chemicals in, she says. She remembers when she got her first Geiger counters one year after the disaster that got college. Not it felt empowered. But now, she says, a new invisible threat. Has air worried the Corona virus, she says, a lot of the anxiety everyone is feeling now reminds her of how she felt back in 2011. New radiation is a bit similar to Corona virus. It doesn't have a smell. You can't feel it. You can't see it. He knows radiation and the virus aren't the same in many ways, But that Rhonda Muscle that New York muscle she remembers watching on the TV, A cities like London and New York were suddenly deserted. Like Fukushima, she says, it brought back a lot. Stephen Addict. As long as I have a Geiger counter, I can detect radiation, but with the virus there is no Geiger counter. Tomoko says. Like many of us she's eager for science to help uncover one Catelyn Stark. NPR NEWS Fukushima, Japan And Cat is NPR's above the fray fellow that fellowship supports reporting from undercovered parts of the world. And now it's time for sports. Thie. NFL is back. A few fans in the stands and maybe no anthem Man Khun Stars of the U. S open play their best if nobody's there to cheer them on. NPR's Tom Goldman joins us. The U. S open. Sounds like Good morning, Tom. How are you? Thank.

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"catelyn stark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"catelyn stark" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Equipment science teacher watch our full official the grandparent's air radiation professionals now talking or, he says with a smile, chemical laughs. This isn't normal talking, he says before the disaster. He was an accountant and she ran in that has been in our family for generations. When the reactors at the nearby Daiichi Nuclear Power plant exploded in 2011. They evacuated for five years. And then they came back. They reopened the end and they learned everything they could about radiation. But anyone who faces this kind of situation has to become a scientist to survive. You know, eight points out colored maps hanging on the walls There. Maps show that radiation levels have been going down for years. But they're still hot spots. Places where radiation is worryingly high. It was important to visualize the invisible we needed to see it. Causation. The Kobayashi's aren't the only ones doing this kind of thing. Citizen science is booming and Fukushima. There's a lab run by Mom's worried about their Children. A group of surfers take radiation readings of beaches. All of this because information was incredibly limited. After the disaster, everyone felt a complete loss of control their entire lives disrupted and health at risk by an invisible threat they didn't fully understand. It was traumatic, and I think those traumatic effects are still lingering as B. Brown is lean researcher for an organization called Safe cast, one of the original citizen science operations in Fukushima. People stop trusting, of course, government. They stopped trusting media. They stopped trusting scientists because there were so many scientists coming on TV saying, Oh, it's not going to be a problem. Nothing's goingto happen. People wanted to take matters into their own hands, which is where safe cast came in. The organization eventually built Geiger counters for local residents to create a real time database online. He says the data allows people to replace anxiety with action. Some people will take the date and say, Oh, my God, I'm leaving, other people would say, Oh, well, you know, it's not as bad as I feared. Maybe it's OK to stay, and yet others will say, Well, it's pretty Bad, but I think now at least I know what I'm facing and I know how hard it's going to be, which is exactly the decision the Kobayashi's were able to make back at chemicals in, she says. She remembers when she got her first. Geiger counters one year after the disaster that college Not if I felt empowered. But now, she says, a new invisible threat. Has air worried the Corona virus, she says. A lot of the anxiety everyone is feeling now reminds her of how she felt back in 2011. New radiation is a bit similar to Corona virus. It doesn't have a smell. You can't feel it. You can't see it. She knows radiation and the virus aren't the same in many ways, But that Rhonda Muscle that New York muscle she remembers watching on the TV, A cities like London and New York were suddenly deserted. Like Fukushima, she says, it brought back a lot. Stephen Addict. As long as I have a Geiger counter, I can detect radiation, but with the virus there is no Geiger counter. Tomoko says. Like many of us she's eager for science to help uncover one Catelyn Stark. NPR NEWS Fukushima, Japan And Cat is NPR's above the fray fellow that fellowship supports reporting from undercovered parts of the world. And now it's time for sports. Thie. NFL is back. A few fans in the stands and maybe no anthem and Khun Stars of the U. S open play their best if nobody's there to cheer them on. NPR's Tom Goldman joins us. The U. S open. Sounds like.

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"catelyn stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"catelyn stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You now a handful of residents from the lab throughout the years, experts have come to teach them all about the equipment. Giants watch a lot of fish in the grandparent's air radiation professionals now talking or, he says with a smile, chemical laughs. This isn't normal talking or, he says before the disaster. He was an accountant and she ran in that has been in our family for generations when the reactors at the nearby Daiichi Nuclear Power plant exploded in 2011. They evacuated for five years. Then they came back. They reopen the end, and they learned everything they could about radiation. But anyone who faces this kind of situation has to become a scientist to survive. Akinori points out colored maps hanging on the walls. There. Maps show that radiation levels have been going down for years. But they're still hot spots. Places where radiation is worryingly high. It was important to visualize the invisible we needed to see it. Causation. Kobayashi's aren't the only ones doing this kind of thing. Citizen science is booming and Fukushima. There's a lab run by Mom's worried about their Children. A group of surfers take radiation readings of beaches. All of this because information was incredibly limited. After the disaster, everyone felt a complete loss of control their entire lives disrupted and health at risk by an invisible threat. They didn't fully understand It was traumatic, and I think those traumatic effects are still lingering as B. Brown is lean researcher for an organization called Safe cast, one of the original citizen science operations in Fukushima. People stop trusting, of course, government. They stopped trusting media. They stopped trusting scientists because there were so many scientists coming on TV saying, Oh, it's not going to be a problem. Nothing's gonna happen. People wanted to take matters into their own hands, which is where safe cast came in. The organization eventually built Geiger counters for local residents to create a real time database online. He says the data allows people to replace anxiety with action. Some people will take the date and say, Oh, my God, I'm leaving, other people would say, Oh, well, you know, it's not as bad as I feared. Maybe it's OK to stay, and yet others will say, Well, it's pretty Bad, but I think now at least I know what I'm facing and I know how hard it's going to be, which is exactly the decision The Kobayashi's were able to make back at chemicals in, she says. She remembers when she got her first. Geiger counters one year after the disaster coming Sided felt empowered. But now, she says, a new invisible threat. Has air worried the Corona virus, she says, a lot of the anxiety everyone is feeling now reminds her of how she felt back in 2011. Radiation is a bit similar to Corona virus. It doesn't have a smell. You can't feel it. You can't see it. He knows radiation and the virus aren't the same in many ways. But did that Kondo muscle that New York must. She remembers watching on the TV, A cities like London and New York were suddenly deserted. Like Fukushima, she says it brought back a lot. Even the addict. As long as I have a Geiger counter, I can detect radiation, but with the virus there is no Geiger counter. Chemical says. Like many of us, she's eager for science to help uncover one Catelyn Stark NPR News, Oshima, Japan and Cat is NPR's above the fray Fellow that fellowship supports reporting from Undercovered parts of the world. And now it's time for sports. The NFL is back. But few fans in the stands and maybe no anthem and Khun Stars of the U. S open play their best if nobody's there to cheer them on. NPR's Tom Goldman joins us. The U. S open. Sounds like Good morning,.

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"catelyn stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"catelyn stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tracking the spread of coke at nineteen and what will the world look like after the coronavirus author and historian Yuval Noah Harari gives us his thoughts also the story of an extraordinary family and breakthroughs in understanding schizophrenia I think that this is an example of a family that really experienced not just one but two or three or four different horrors all at once and came out the other side plus puzzles an RV travel it's Sunday April fifth the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein cases of covert nineteen continue to climb in the US and across the globe NPR's Cattelan store has the latest the US remains the global epicenter of the spread of the corona virus with confirmed cases well over three hundred thousand over eight thousand people have died globally there are now over one point two million confirmed cases and nearly sixty six thousand deaths at a White House briefing on Saturday Dr Deborah Berke said the most troubling hot spots in the U. S. R. New York Detroit and Louisiana but she also warned that new hot spots are emerging like Pennsylvania Colorado and Washington DC she urged everyone to stay vigilant about social distancing and other mitigation measures St this is the moment to do everything you can Catelyn stark NPR news Washington a couple of positive trends elsewhere in Spain Europe's hardest hit country the daily death toll is not as high as it's been and Rome's main covert nineteen hospital says for the first time more cobit patients were discharged then admitted prime minister Justin Trudeau says Canada will not retaliate against the U. S. after the trump administration ordered three M. to stop exporting N. ninety five face masks north of the border Dan carbon check reports Trudeau says millions of masks are on the way there Trudeau ease Canadians concerns about any shortages of personal protective equipment for frontline medical workers he announces a chartered cargo plane carrying a shipment of masks from China is due to land in Canada by Tuesday the supplies were ordered by Quebec which has the highest number of cases of covert nineteen in the country Trudeau also said audit was leased a warehouse in China for the collection of equipment including masks Trudeau's government has faced pressure to secure protective equipment for health care workers because of global shortages and president trump's quarter to three AM to stop all exports of N. ninety five masks to Canada or Mexico Trudeau also said he would be speaking with trump about the issue in coming days French PR news I'm Dan carpenter how can Toronto Japan says it's boosting its stockpile of the flu drug developed by the Japanese company Fujifilm the drug called Afghanistan being tested as a treatment for symptoms of covert nineteen the B. B. C.'s will Leonardo reports have you done is one of several potential treatments recovered nineteen being followed around the world with the race on to find a way out of the crisis Japan now seems to be placing his faith in the drug the government is hoping to step up production to be able to treat two million people in the next year the first clinical trials will be completed in June Turkey has also indicated that it would distribute ever done for free it's up to thirty of the countries that have expressed interest about China has touted the drug's efficacy other states including Japan's neighbor South Korea have cautioned against a rushed endorsement saying it still unproven this is NPR from KQED news I'm Kleenex him after weeks of being told not to wear masks the center for disease control and prevention has reversed course and is now recommending we wear may masks in public settings when it's not possible to social distance that recommendation came down about two and a half months after the United States recorded its first case of the crown of virus Taiwan got its first case at the same time but in that east Asian country the government took a very different tact Dr Jason **** is the director of the center for policy outcomes and prevention at the Stanford University School of medicine he says in Taiwan within days of its first recorded case the government counted the stockpiles of masks and inform the public that will forty four million surgical mask one point nine million N. ninety five masks so is less than two minutes per person we gonna stop exporting masks they basically got all the suppliers to work with them they ramp up production of mass from two point four four million units on January twenty second two now more than eleven million per day and then I'll donate a mass to the United States and Europe and the way that it works there was an adults were given three masks a week children five masks a week more or less so what do you think Taiwan took that approach early on then for an unknown coronavirus they want to be extra cautious and so only the government could distribute the masks are you need your national health insurance ID card to get the masks and they make sure that the frontline healthcare workers have enough mass to do their jobs that was.

"catelyn stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"catelyn stark" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You care David catalogue open on the couch and in retrospect I can see why that was a bad choice because it doesn't look like the gift you give a girlfriend it looks like the gift you give a client it doesn't say Happy Birthday sweetie it says thank you for trusting Wachovia with your four oh one K. that story and more coming up next on the moth radio hour from PRX right after this live from NPR news in Washington I'm Nora Raum federal workers will have another give to look forward to in the new year NPR's Frank or Dona as reports Uncle Sam is delivering federal workers the largest pay raise they received in a decade the three point one percent pay increase comes after Congress passed the government funding package averting a shut down the president boasted about the anticipated pay raise to U. S. troops during a surprise visit to Afghanistan on thanksgiving and I'm very pleased to report that starting January first you will be receiving another three point one percent a set of anybody doesn't want president trump earlier proposed a pay freeze for federal workers but later agreed to an increase over the summer Franco or Dona as NPR news Washington the federal pay raise was included in legislation that will keep the government operating through the end of the fiscal year it's a one point four trillion dollar bipartisan budget package the part that pays for the defense department is drawing sharp criticism from China NPR's Amy Chang reports the foreign affairs committee of China's national people's Congress expressed quote strong dissatisfaction with the national defense authorization act after president trump five a bill into law Beijing called it quote interference in turning semester affairs and national people's Congress spokesperson objected to language in the bill that a firm to US arms sales to the self governing Taiwan a renegade province in Beijing vice the spokesperson said this undermines both US China relations and the peace and stability in the Taiwan straits he further push back on provisions in the bill that support of pro democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong and another the commission of report to examine Beijing's treatment and weaker Muslims and shin John any trying NPR news Beijing in New Zealand a nationwide ban on most semi automatic and military style weapons took effect Saturday it came after a months long gun amnesty and buy back program ended on Friday NPR's cut lawns store for reports in March a gunman shot and killed fifty one people at two different mosques this buyback started in July and allowed some gun owners to receive compensation for certain firearms that were banned as a result police have collected more than fifty six thousand guns and nearly two hundred thousand gun parts but critics say that maybe only a fraction of the banned weapons in the country New Zealand didn't have a firearm registry until this year police minister Stewart Nash spoke with national broadcaster TVNZ earlier this week the vast majority of gun owners in this country a good law abiding citizens they've done the right thing gun owners now face up to five years in jail if they are found to be in possession of any of the newly band fire arms Catelyn stark NPR news Washington more than one hundred bush fires are burning in Australia officials say dozens of homes have been lost two firefighters have died this is NPR news from Washington a fire swept through an apartment building in downtown Las Vegas early Saturday morning officials say at least six people were killed about a dozen people were injured some critically fire officials say it appears the fire began accidentally some residents told reporters they had been using their stoves for warmth because the building lacked heat the National Weather Service says temperatures overnight had dipped into the thirties in Colorado air quality regulators are pioneering new and tougher oil and gas regulations for the state from member station can you win see Carly hopefuls reports the Colorado air quality control commission has approved a set of rules that are designed to minimize emissions from oil and gas operations statewide the goal is to help produce ozone pollution after hearing hundreds of public comments and meetings around the state the commission voted to approve rules that will include regulations added to permitting require more frequent leak detections more on missions reports with enhanced record keeping requirements and expanded inspection requirements the rules are to be implemented at the start of the twenty twenty calendar year for NPR news on Carly how goals in Greeley Colorado French president Emmanuel macron is urging transport unions to suspend their strike during the Christmas holidays millions of people are expected to travel in France in the next few days rail workers went on strike two weeks ago to protest microns plan to overhaul the country's pension system among the provisions is one that would require people to work two years longer would raise the retirement age to.

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"catelyn stark" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"catelyn stark" Discussed on KCRW

"Committee which would bring together multiple house enquiries and decide to formally draw up articles of impeachment president trump denies any improper or illegal contact with Ukraine Kerry fiable NPR news Washington a federal judge's blocking the trump administration's efforts to expand regulations that would fast track deportations for undocumented immigrants and peers Caitlyn store has more the procedure is known as expedited removal it allows for undocumented immigrants to be deported without a hearing or access to an attorney the trump administration expanded the scope of the law and a sudden noticed earlier this year. but late Friday night US District Court judge Catan G. brown Jackson issued a preliminary injunction on the policy shift she wrote it appears the administration did not follow necessary decision making procedures for such a sweeping change she said this was potentially a violation of federal law and that the change seem to quote arbitrary and capricious the department of homeland security has argued that the expanded regulations would relieve overburdened immigration courts and reduce government costs Catelyn stark NPR news Washington jurors in the trial of white former Dallas police officer amber Geiger have been excused until Monday today the defense presented about two hours of its case arguing the Geiger shot her black neighbor Botham gene last year after mistakenly and your country the wrong apartment. a British flag tanker that was detained by Iran for ten weeks has docked into by NPR's Ruth Sherlock says the arrival of the tanker ends a standoff that is come amid increased tensions in the vital strait of Hormuz global oil shipping route this time a pair tanker was captured by Iran's revolutionary guards in July shortly after British forces detained an Iranian ship nature both to the value ship was released in August but this time the empire and just. most of its crew were held until now the company that owns the ships as the crew will receive medical checks and to debrief into by before finally traveling home to their families and peers Ruth Sherlock Cuba's foreign minister is criticizing the trump administration for blocking former Cuban president Raul Castro from traveling to the U. N. Bruno Rodriguez says the move.

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"catelyn stark" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"catelyn stark" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Once again here's bill Simon said bill on a hall of fame weekend the aids really huge names getting into the pro football hall of fame included champ Bailey the late Pat Bowlen Gil Brandt boys spend some time with him I picked his brain every single way I could because he knew everything about football tight end Tony Gonzalez corner Ty law and number sixty eight MA why Kevin the best safety ed that read and safety Johnny Robinson it's a D. B.'s delight that's for sure sore mix it up in a couple of different directions I thought it be fun to do that and I am throwing up an unofficial poll by the way you can tweet me Tate S. delaying me most annoying thing that happens at a game you you know you're there with your buds or maybe I don't know maybe taking the pfam interviews and the kids to whatever game it is and then something just gets on your last nerve even if you're very patient person that I had to do something about it these days the they're sort of like no line I think and maybe it's just me and because it was a Chicago thing and I love Chicago and it was fun doing the cubs deal but well this way over the top when you have dueling air horns and cow bell and I don't know how you can even get an error warning the game I don't think you could I think you could do that let's go to the phone so you can be part of that too eight five five two one two forty two twenty seven eight five five two one two forty two twenty seven Dan is listening to us in the great state of Wisconsin Hey Dan Hey Katie how are you doing awesome thanks for the call Hey you know you're talking about things that irritated you at at he that get people you're creating games and one of the things that prompted me to call is too much Catelyn stark I know I'm in Packer country up here but I'm I'm I just placed jaguar hello okay okay and so I'm thinking and you know with Nick Foles is he the missing component for them I mean two years ago they were in the AFC championship game they took their foot off the gas at halftime and you know they're laughed and and then my other question for you is do you think Leonard from that in his head out of its flights in and start playing like he did in his rookie year yeah you know letter for that I watched him through college I love for net and I do think that he can play the way he played before but you're right it is all mental for him I think more than anything else Nick Foles I'm a believer I've chatted with Nick a couple of different times you saw we did with the Superbowl with the Philadelphia Eagles I think it was worth it for them to snap him up and it's it's sad because I think I think he'll pull them out of the fire in a couple of different games but they don't even have one prime time game for the jags this season but of course that goes with results and that's the reason why it right it's a it's a tall task I mean you know you got to say that when you look at Jacksonville but really Nick Foles I think still has some magic left in the bottle and he was the glue of the team anyone listening to me right now I think almost anyone agree would agree with it isn't always the quarterback doesn't start with the quarterback absolutely absolutely but you got Kansas city so you know you look at what the you know what the schedule looks like for Jacksonville funny I was just laying out because I'm and not like that Dan was going up the schedules I remember this I was looking at Pat my homes and so I know you think a Kansas city that forget about that I think that's a tough one and then it then at Houston and we see the Texans when they're healthy defensively and even offensively depends on one what team goes out there and their normal Homer but I think detection server raiders Reverend the Texans could be a win so if I was gonna look for when it could be the Texas could be the wind but then I go further down the schedule and it just doesn't get any easier or you know finish out at Clinton at Atlanta Indianapolis at boy Indianapolis the roads going through where's the Superbowl gonna end up I mean you know he's going to end up there and I don't know I I feel I feel pretty good about the the the jags but I don't know about a Superbowl now but in his third year you know Doug Marone I still have faith in him I have faith in Nick Foles let's see what the health of the team is like and if they can plug some of the gaps so there you go down you may feel good I was gonna say I hope I made you happy after you said the thing about it that way thanks Dan I've been on many many Packer games by the way dancer thanks alright let's go to Jay in Alaska I have some friends visiting Alaska right now Hey Jay what's on your mind Hey what's up man first of all I'm a Die Hard raiders fan and shop that there's no additional raiders going into the whole saying that you're acting like every year we have a deck to another guy we have the most in the entire league which is awesome now the reason why I love the raiders you know everybody else eats them well the most annoying things for me the game is listening to fan of football team which never won the Superbowl talk about how the raiders soccer team is also when you never got one it's a couple of shot up I love it I wanted to get your take on the raiders chances this year I everybody's got a dog I'm out but I I think with that offense that we got especially with Antonio brown and what I've seen of total Williams I think that is going to be a lethal one two punch and that running game and I think that they got a lot more bodies fresh bodies with their own people on defense and they're not going to be having gays where are he's going to be getting a war out fourth quarter because they got fresh legs and I think well let it bleed Carolco look all all right I agree yeah you gave you gave a little run down that's good but here's the thing Antonio brown we know now he's got this weird foot thing if you haven't seen them go to social media and check out his his I think Instagram is posted his feet and it's very scary to look at it I don't I don't know what's going on with the speed of foot foot specials is going to see him so that's not a good situation but let's just say he's okay he's healthy was a great sign for them there's no question he's going to help Derek Carr I think certainly stretch the defense is vertically anyway he's he's obviously a huge improvement it could be a dramatic switch with him there that should be a dramatic switch anyway and he'll certainly get them the the the yards that they need I think going up the field but let's see first of all let's see what's going on with the with the feet here it just may be I'm not saying it's keeping him out for the season or it's just this thing that's keeping him out for a couple of days extra or whatever but it looks it looks kind of weird anyway there's got to be a little bit concerned and his left foot hurts more than his right foot for whatever that's worth so when I look at the when I look at the raiders were first of all there's nowhere to go but up right after last season which was absolutely horrific and it's this is the team that Vegas is excited about it just was there and saw what's going on with that stadium it's incredible but then you look at their schedule and they've got an open early on I want to say in October which is probably pretty good for them I think Chicago is going to be tough obviously you know you look at a retooled Denver starting off and Casey and go down further down the list and Jon Gruden I mean they paid him you know they put the the the belief and Jon Gruden and what he's able to do in last year he just kept saying you know it's going to be different it's going to be different and there are some signs with some good signings that could make this a much improved team but they wouldn't be my my pick to go too deep wait till they get and you know look at the A. F. C. west and that's the other thing wait till they get to Vegas wait to see what happens in a couple of years and it's a different story I can't imagine Gruden not being on the winning end of something I really I really don't foresee that and wait till we get to Sin City they won't know what hit him and who knows what that's going to look like offensive let's see what happens with their car like I said I think the key factor is Antonio brown and what he's able to do there and and will see and defensively they improved as well you can throw me your thoughts to at Twitter Kate S. delay Anne Kate as to when the most annoying thing it is trash talking can be annoying right when when somebody whose team hasn't won just a constantly there in your year yapping yapping yapping you can also dive on the phone lines eight five five two one two eight five five two one two forty two twenty seven forty two twenty seven it's time for another CBS sports radio update here's Kevin dexter.

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