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"caroline office." Discussed on Forever35
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"caroline office." Discussed on Behind the Bets
"So that you can limit McCaffrey's ability Running the football. And when you do that the rate is gonNA recognize mismatches. He has the edges. He has all his speed is on linebackers just because he's that good at what he does scheming and then you look at Teddy Bridgewater himself. Last year he was one of three. Nfl quarterbacks that rank top five and adjusted to completion rate from a clean as well as under pressure. Whether you're throwing guys at him or not. He's one of the most accurate quarterbacks in football. He doesn't have a huge arm. He doesn't have a great deep ball but that doesn't matter the wage Joe Brady's GonNa Scheme as with all the speed guys playmakers. They have around him. I just think their offense is going to be able to score and move the ball. And then compounded with that is the fact that they're desens- projects to be one of the worst in the NFL to down at a lot of games in the fourth quarter eating up garbage yards actually through the air. This number at three thousand was just remarkably low and still at thirty five hundred range. It's we'll teddy bridgewater. Throw for two hundred and twenty yards per game the air it'd be placed sixteen that number. I'm very confident in if he plays thirteen games. I still think it's you know it's like a two hundred and fifty yards per game I guess Achievement that he needs to get to that. You know miss two or three games setting so for me. It's over either way but it is getting close to the word the numbers just kind of a pass. I would say I'd bet it up to. I had a number here. Just one second. I could pull it up Three thirty seven hundred is my like true projection and so if you can get up to thirty six hundred I would then pass it that way. You know it's interesting because we've seen the recent years is a backup and obviously injury in like he was once obviously a starter went to the off it. It's fascinating because it's such a simple concept you throw out there like X Y and Z. Look we saw backup quarterback do well and Caroline Office last year for all things considered But Yeah I can't fault you all with any of your rationale. I'm on the other side of new quarterback. I in town so to speak. I'm going to indy with Philip rivers. I I think at four thousand. This number seems free high for a team that prides itself on its offense. Ally prides itself on running the ball and traded up albeit a few spots traded up to get John Taylor out of Wisconsin. And yes they have. Ty L. to do is kind of playmaker Wide Receiver Position Down the field. But he's never healthy for the entire season. And I think at the core even though they play indoors. And that's GonNa help some the passing yards in the in the winter like I just feel like it's still a team that's going to want to win games twenty to fourteen and I if I in this important thing pressing you can. You can't be afraid to lose a bat right like obviously there's going to be a case you can make for the other side and you can make one for any but in general. I just think this is like kind of silly silly number my wrong here my crazy. I think the numbers pretty fair. I'm more or less relative to the market at least right now. Bullish on the colts I think their win. Total was only eight and a half it should be nine But as a whole this in liver and this is what's kind of an annoying Replication are over and over. But you have to handicapped this when you're doing player props for a season long stuff like Philip rivers if he tweaks anything. They need him in the playoffs. They'll make sure he's healthy. He'll sit out a game to three games would ever be so. That's another thing that yeah. You're probably right in the sense that if we go with that. Thirteen games average per season last quarterback you know the number is a little bit too high in general. I think the colts are going to be very good. I love what Frank Reich does. I love that they have the connection. Prior you mentioned that I'm passing. I wouldn't bet this number fairly close to Mike might have this projection in front of him so he can tell you where he his. I think rivers is a pass just altogether yeah I do. I'm at thirty eight twenty one so I'm with you guys like gender and it feels a little. It feels a little bold right. He's thrown for four thousand plus yard every year of their over the past decade. Except for one which is all the way back in twenty twelve but again this is not the same situation right. The defense I think is very good. they want to run the football teams in the league last season as you pointed out. So I'm with you. I think the colts have them into three seed right now in the AFC. I think they're set up to be a very good team but again they went around the ball. And that's GonNa take the ball out of rivers hand in the fourth quarter because they're going to win and Because they plan on handling the ball to Jonathan Taylor Moreland Mac. Dome if you guys I like the under so both. You guys are bullish on at least the colts in terms of performance by the entire team. I I'm just trying to pump the brakes a little bit on the colts. Because I still think the Texans are in the mix there And I just I don't know I gotta I just I. I do think it's an upgrade with Jacoby. Were set to Philip Rivers. But how much one at this age for rivers remains to be seen. Mike You had spat involving other quarterback as well what was it was kind of Murray. So I'M GONNA go under on his passing yards. The line is essentially thirty nine hundred right now so again the points that. Kinda laid out were if he hits that mark if he gets the thirty nine hundred yards. That'll be the most all time by second year quarterback who was drafted and only two of the previous ten had more than seventy five carries during that season. And that's really the key part of this because he runs the ball a lot in ninety three carry last season. And there's really no sign of slowing down right. He's he's a great athlete. He's going to use his leg. And since two thousand nine there have been thirty five. Instances in which a quarterback hurry the ball more than seventy five times a season. Thirty five instances only four of those guys got the thirty nine hundred passing yards. So look maybe Murray is a superstar. Maybe he can get this done. He's an extra Shawn Watson. Who knows maybe he is out legit star player? But you're are you going to bet on that I don't think so? I think it's super risky. So even at ninety five percent of the projected snaps in that offense he comes in at thirty seven fifty seven for me. That's over one hundred yards below this line. Feel a lot more comfortable going under. Okay and another guy you're going under with is Baker Mayfield. I believe it was Booger McFarland. Basically said like it's shut up season. Four for a Mayfield in Cleveland. I'm not ready to go there you just yet. 'cause you're one of the new coaching staff. But you figure he has to be better. You figure the coaching offense. Just all things considered. The schematic lead. The internal sort of chemistry has to be better. But you know four thousand still on passing yards. Yeah exactly right. I mean he was at thirty eight twenty seven last season so might be easy to say. Well they should be more efficient this season so he can get the four thousand but it's not really that simple. Last season he got to the thirty eight twenty seven mark playing just under ninety nine percent of the of the handling night just under ninety nine percent of the drawbacks for that team. That's a hard number to get you. In fact only thirteen quarterbacks got over ninety five percent last season and it was pretty healthy year for quarterback though That's that's a bank on that number from last year. Going up that tough to play that much You know top of that. He was tenth. In Pass. Attempts last season he averaged seven point two yards per game which is around advert. You know. It's like a disappointing year. But he's still average in your past Tim Still short of this line and now he goes to Kevin Penske who operated the second run heaviest offense in the NFL season. Minnesota's that won't translate but it's something that we have to consider for sure Kirk cousins Wani fourth in pass attempts and barely quick thirty six hundred yards so again more comfortable leaning under here how much I want to get presses. Take but first of all how much stock you mentioned again. That was a different system. Remember Mike Zimmer was adamant about changing the the makeup of the team to become run focus. I think that was one and a half seasons ago. So when you talk about Stefanski and all that how much that just kind of that. He wasn't ultimately the guy in charge and it was just sort of the vibe that was for that particular team. I definitely think it's something to consider. And I don't look I don't have. The browns Uber Run every team. I have the more balanced conservative on this. So I but at being said I do think the browns at worse than average team so I don't think they're gonNA be playing from way behind in the fourth quarter lot. Defense is okay. They have some young players ready to take a step forward. They improve tackling. They're going to be competent so I don't expect them to be in in that kind of rough situation and not to mention that you know. Stansky is kind of applying some things he did Minnesota right like signing Austin Hooper to an expensive deal. Drafting another tight end. Picking up the option on Giokoo. You know I it. Signs point to them at least being a balanced team. So that's Kinda how I'm looking at it. Yeah that makes a lot of sense Preston. Look Much Mitchell trubisky. Last summer was sort of the. Mvp Hot ticket. There's a lot of koolade being drank or drunk with the browns. I it's interesting Mayfield. Kind of brings it on himself to certain extent. But where do you stand with this Mayfield prop and also just the browns upcoming season? This is it fascinating to me. Because from a betting perspective we generally WanNa bet against the hype right last year. The browns or that's in that were hyped. Probably more than any other. And you know you wait. Wait wait and then right before the season starts you start betting browns and not to make the playoffs at plus money. You start betting. Their season win total to take advantage. And what's great about teams that completely in vastly underachieve that season that they're extremely over height? Is the following year? Everyone seems to forget about. I'm not sure I have it in me yet to buy in the browns. I think fancy is going to be an upgrade in that regard offensively. I loved what he's been doing or we did Minnesota last year. I think one of the things going directly to this in the run game Point that we were talking about is like Nick Shop. I think one of the things the last two years more so two years ago but like why didn't they run more Chubby? Everything over five yards per carry right and we try to throw too often with Mayfield and whether or not he you know run to the second most like they did last year on a soda or not. I think he's going to give trump the ball as often as they need to Take the pressure off of Mayfield and I speak thinking. The browns will be better than people expect. Just because last year the underachieved so drastically and I'm not sure they're necessarily going to be making a playoff so anyways but there are a team. I'm keeping my eye out on whether it be preseason a win total or just week to week at least early in the season they might be a good. Yeah and I know Odell Beckham. Junior is Odell Beckham Jillian and some craziness around that and some HOOPLA. But if he had these injuries like he alleges that he did. I mean you should have a back year and obviously that would help Mayfield. Let's round out our quarterback discussion with one more for you. Presidents. Jimmy G. Chair. I'm still in this one from our friend. Joe Forton by no he. We talked about it with a couple of days ago. And I it's interesting. I don't love betting overs season-long props unless it's ridiculously low. Like I mentioned with Teddy Bridgewater this one in a similar vein But Jimmy D isn't a quarterback known to be very healthy outside last season but last season he did play all sixteen games But but he made some great points. He talked about Jimmy Johns total being You know two hundred and twenty nine yards lower than he threw four last year and last year was his first season coming off of an ACL injury his first season new system with Kyle Shanahan. It's ever go with all these new weapons and last year. He pointed this out..
"caroline office." Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Six handoff man what a wild ten seconds or so Josh policy is going to try to sort it all out for us running back on a one yard the council for seventeen place sixty eight yard run I've been to thirty seconds the Panthers tried to go for two point there for the other half they failed so right now at halftime the thank you still on top of the passage of a close one seventeen fifteen quick injury update for you papers guard Greg van route is out for the game with a toe injury all right so loud for a toe injury there thank you for the update one we keep it though they're in New Orleans our friend in yours I digress Yano joining us from this battle here they suddenly a lot closer that maybe than people expected Dan ought but maybe one of the weapons for Caroline and Kyle Allen offensively next up is there any situation you can update us on the DJ more yeah I went to that two point conversion katrick for half that that the real hard shot on a gone with down on the ground in pain a trainer wanting right over chuckling in the locker room at that point so we're hoping to get the word at halftime and they look like you've been paying got hit on that I want to say last on right away like a real shot at one of his arms and and looks like you searched inclusion McCaffrey not having a simple huge day all the ground houses Caroline office there be able to move the football pool of fifteen points but alas drive may have been a sixteen play drive so it it's a lot of little stuffed McCaffrey they're they're doing some you know subject sweet stuff with the wide receivers lot of create north Turner trying to get the ball in hand displayed makers like they like the billing you know I want you to kind of look the solid we sell one throw there toward the end of kind of a bad decision that could have been intercepted but looks like he's under control and talking to North Turner they're often forty before the game but he played well last week but then we've got the record only starts running reception so it's going to be making when they get in that area the field looks sharp then I think they think they have a chance of course you know coming back working up and down in this building is that small seventeen play touchdown drive Dan is tied for the longest touchdown drive alive by the same interns are sold now in terms of place last night seasons will get Stacey at the end with a touch tone comes off the board for McCaffrey and then it gets right back on it because it anytime you can leave the most dangerous player on the field wide open at the goal line I you got to do it you know and that's that sounds you Jay Mohr just rolled by me on a card with the state to get maybe that's right I doesn't look like a situation where he's going to be on the field for the first place he's been a huge part of their passing game even more so since Kyle Alan I took over talking Dan Graziano is down there I at the Superdome in New Orleans for this match up between the saints in the Panthers and hi Dan I'm looking at it also from an album compare side of things we just sort of play the hits with some of these more household names how has Caroline of able to hold him and check you know it it he hasn't been on the field all the time when they come out for a first down it's pretty much been with maybe a flurry in the backfield and they have been leaning on him try to get something going over and over again look great at the beginning when you have a long touchdown but they haven't really been on the field that much when they have America has been cutting in and out of the game thank you really really doing a lot bearing the personnel that I'm staying on the sidelines yeah Jon Kate newsletter credible watch the way everybody you're constantly on alert ready to click able to both noted if you change your personal groups on every single play so I think that as a result of that you're probably not gonna be too many people get a rhythm with the exception of course Michael Thomas to I think actually catcher so you were the things there last week this New Orleans offense atrocious on third down this today the two oh five to forty percent are great and you're pretty good but I've been a lot of third down situations or do they just look more in sync today because last week just seem like it was totally out of the realm of New Orleans Saints football they they seem to be removed the football a little bit more consistently I thought today yes Sir yeah I wonder wonder how did they have moved it it's just that again then that second quarter the feathers have it the whole time so we're game so far couple penalty real short field position the choice for the bank on the second floor because if you got the mark on so really it's one of those games that work I don't really think it's much flow to at this point it could be a couple of that number of weird things that happen but watch out those drawn on set the things left tackle what this game early with it with an entry and an ankle injury he hasn't been back in come back in after effects everything the front for Caroline is one of if not their only strength on the defensive side of football game we appreciate let's get back to it thanks for the latest on a more as well as I did you have more that talented receiver for Carolina in it's kind of a receiving security blanket outside a Christian McCaffrey's involvement in the passing game for Carolina but more I has been heavily targeted by Kyle Allen is Allen is taken over the starting job from cam Newton is as Newton's injury situation sorts itself out they don't have principal size the wide receiver position in Carolina Curtis Samuel is is fast he's not your your you know slow smaller yeah he was a running back in college he was a hybrid guy was he really yeah is that a lot of state was it was it was it was eek yeah he was kind of the H. back yeah do the just sweeps the kind of building the receiver receivers roll around since high school in Brooklyn New York he was not a guy there was a receivers more running that considered that it's skills that he's gotten better use improved did you more very talented receiver believe out of Maryland that they took the still smaller drug they don't have that big physical piece to go down feel that's a great also was for the designer softens kind of around Kim Newton shrinks in your his ability to run in and move the pocket and get these guys involved a lot of misdirection and so it's kind of interesting to watch you would would you don't have Kim out there you have Colin how they've been able to navigate this offense that was built around a guy with very specific skills right let's say I have a very specific set of skills skills that make me a nightmare for people like you we haven't had an update we have yet to go to orchard park New York.
"caroline office." Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Which to sport zero five percent preventable years little chains the tall also flats as we get you GDP figures out this morning the year a trade that one spot eleven fifty six the pound continues to be under pressure although we trade just a tenth of one percent hot one spot twenty one this morning but I've rule for July the pound really being hit by breaks it concerns it would just getting figures now coming in Norway's London petroleum has this second quarter eBay is four hundred and eleven point nine million dollars it's a bit under the estimate four hundred and seventeen was the estimate there and their output about mid point guidance for the first half of the year second quarter average production seventy six thousand one hundred barrels a day and also now on the mother figure second quarter revenue four hundred ninety nine point nine million dollars somewhat a beat on the estimate of four hundred and eighty five point six million and then we're going to be talking quite shortly in fact to the CEO of of Lyndon petroleum Alec Schneider who be here live on the part yeah and data before that though let's just bring you a quick roundup of been a big day break which is out on customer terminals for you all the news that you need to start your day intense the top headlines will today break leading on breaks it which are mention it has the pound have boys Johnson went back down on a no deal divorce from the European Union he said yesterday that is up to the E. U. to compromise on an agreement whether the pain in the pound makes anyone change their minds we shall see and the other big story their own daybreak apple's earnings report shares gained in extended trading despite the I phone still not doing so well investors instead paying heed to apples for because the current period sales will near the high end of estimates of sixty one billion to sixty four billion dollars and finally China and the US have received talks in Shanghai amid renewed accusations from president Donald Trump that Beijing continues to rip off America but the people's daily Beijing's mouth piece says that China white make concessions again six principles on trade expectations for a breakthrough in this set of negotiations pretty live full then use it you need to start your day the customers can access they break just by typing in T. A. Y. B. on the play back time and I'll well as I mentioned just a few moments ago Norway's Linden petroleum has been reporting its earnings on one major focus for that business is noise John your aunt's federal project which is jointly owned by a cat B. P. total and London which has a twenty percent stake and operated by equitable joining us now live from Stockham is Alec Schneider who CEO of London petroleum now Alex last week we spoke to launch Christian Bach CFO of a queen all on Bloomberg radio and TV he said production from the U. hunts for that will come on line in November it's not gonna happen yes good morning yeah I think he was very pleased with the progress of the on set up so far as the acting as an excellent job and we are progressing to apply and so we we firmly believe in love and there is a is an achievable first first told eight so and so far everything is on track to achieve just that yes any sooner the November the well we we giving a guidance between October to end of the year now as a said that everything is going really well so there is still a possibility to to come early and then the vendors but it's so we'll set to remember that this is a world class and major projects so so for right now we we stick to our November date but it's it's definitely a possibility that we can do better than that still the valuation for the wholesaler feel thirty five billion dollars based on recent transaction that quote was that it was higher than analysts expected is it is it the right figure well I believe so we we this is as you mention is the transaction we just made with Akron oh well we bought back some of the issues they they welding and then we also did an industrial exchange with the young said drop the value actually was thirty five with thirty seven billion because it was made of thirty five billion plus the convenience of payment of two billion and you know we said he believes that value reflects the the value you instead of today and the we we said all along and I think it kind of the same that young said to be the world class project nothing we going to be surprised over the years how well is going to perform is just a phenomenal field yeah I teach and I may stem of the industry analysts expect out of flow to to peak in twenty twenty two are you concerned though about at criminal on the possibility that they may cut investment in the project given that they've already been cutting costs is not a risk going forwards I'm in not for you instead of simply for the project we are involved with that we we don't see any risk in actual fact you'll said to practically for the future it's a fantastic field as people know young said it would be also fully electrified using renewable and with the great savings at very low carbon footprint sold so really you're on the set up is an example of what the in gas industry can do in the world in terms of in today's environment and then as of hankering or a view on the future and how they're going to to use that capital that's really a question for them to watch the Sydney when it comes to you and said that that's a major focus for all the parties involved in the union center let's just look at the earnings results schools which of which have come out now a it was a bit of a mess on the second quarter a bit four hundred eleven point nine million a supposed to the aspen formed in seventeen but your your your out you'll billions fool fool the first of the year your output would be above mid point seven just take us through what the earnings thing I'm I'm way you see the dividend no but yes put the personal we we very please with the with the results you mentioned that the that I think if they are in there that did the Mrs very he's very small the most important thing is that in terms of production this is the sixteenth Cortina ruled that we've been we've been guidance I'm very pleased with that and we have a very very good assets is performing extremely well we will set me and will continue to show industry leading low rating costs have below five dollars a barrel and with young said to coming soon the speaker will go even lower and and we continue to generate testing you can free cash flow so we we we see for the next that HP is a significant generation of free cash flow close to close to a billion dollars of free cash flow per year and of course that leads into the the the story where we stated all along that we want the stories to be sustainable and and also we want to grow over time or did it and so today the last digit and we we we we we approved five enemy in those of payments on TV then and you know this will continue and I see this the two to go all the time so these older old very please with the numbers okay excited thank you so much for joining us I'm excited to see of London the truck I feel more fanatics of course he will be joining a P. back television so tight TV go on your terminal to get more from the CEO of Lyndon petroleum all thanks that's because I've been on TV and guarantees go to the like the simplest of these good morning good morning Caroline office workers in Hong Kong preparing to go home early as a tropical storm tools at the Calusa revokes currently says as follows weeks of protests that have both the financial help to holds the Hong Kong observatory said it expected to raise it storm signal to eight by two PM local time which would prompt the closing of the city's stock exchange businesses and some public transport trading on the Hong Kong exchange will be suspended fifteen minutes after the signals raised in Hong Kong Karen Li Bloomberg daybreak here at North Korea has fired two short range ballistic missiles off its east coast less than a week or so conducting similar launches Plavix Peter pace says the move comes just ahead of US secretary of state might Pompey's visit to the region the two missiles were launched from the country's eastern coast and food as far as hundred and fifty five miles to the east and reaching out to about eighteen miles according to south Korean military officials the test launches cameras from pay it was headed to Bangkok Thailand what is so she should of southeast Asian nations gathering in so Peter paid lingo daybreak Europe and peace in India say they found the body of coffee day founder and chairman Vijay said Hoffa he had gone missing on Monday after going for a walk it prompted the company to release a letter they say was worsened by him it outlines multiple financial pressures the chain is under coffee day stock has tumbled this week level needs twenty four hours a day on average at tech talk on Twitter by more than twenty seven hundred Jennison unless some more than one hundred and twenty countries IBM garance this is a bug Russia Leon thank you so much for that and coming up on daybreak you're legally speaking to ed prompted the CIO at Brooks McDonald look to talk about of course because it's fed day the pressure is on almost certainly we're going to see a cot possibly twenty five basis points but we'll be able to talk to laugh and what it will mean and indeed what.
"caroline office." Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"So. What happens. Ego's at the hospital. Checkup on the witness. She goes in a bathroom for second and she sees villa now, but she does know as disguised as a nurse, Scott blue scrubs on and she comes out of the stall. She looks it. He he's messing with the hash, no, she put it up. Keep it down and tells her keeping down, look good like that. So then he keeps your now wall. So side of the bathroom goes room to talk to the witness, and she sees a trail of dead bodies on the hospital floor, including the witness debt, police officers, dead nurses, dead, everybody's dead. So of course, e flips out, they know they call for help. Eve's boss. Our media boss named Bill who's really cool. He. He's there with her Bill pie, grave his name, real real actor's name is David Haig. He's great, very cool on the show he sits next to even tells her, don't worry. I'm here for you, bring it just don't say too much. So. Eve is sitting there like in this observation room, what? What Bill next supervisor and then Frank comes. Frank is both their boss. No-one likes Frank. And they have a name for Frank and bills. Like I'm wanting to call him a d. wad for a while. So just, you know, if it gets to that point, that's what I'm gonna do. So Frank is dislike. You know, you know what you've done here. You've, you know, you've ruined this investigation for people are dead because of you. So need quiet, no sh. She's like, I knew that you had the wrong person. How do you know that? Because I had my husband, you know. Translate her language and ask some questions, and she taught me it was a woman who did it. So Frank is looking at her like, you know what? Your fired. We have try to figure out fix this mess. Your fired looks Franken. She says, you know what? You're a d wide. I'm sense had, of course, the Franks like me bills like. Boy, that's where I was going to say. And then when she's just like, you know, I'm outta here and then Franks Bill is like, you know, you're a cop. You deserve this for the most part, he gets up to walk with. I've been wanting to call for a long time to walk up. But before he leaves, Bill looks at Frank is just sober clear. And Frank says, yes, you're fire too. So they both leave and then. Later on, it's a call from. And another agent. Fiona Shaw who plays Caroline Martin's now in this first episode. You know, there was a meeting where eve everybody in Carola Martin's was there and they're talking about the murders were going on. And you know, you've got an air laid. She was eating food and she just kind of awkward in place, but miss didn't say anything. She just listened. So once it gets fire by Frank, even Bill, Caroline Martin's reaches out to eat. And she's like. You know. Let's talk. How did you know that this was a woman and just told her, you know, I just know, had fuelling research. You know, the witness told me that. You know, she, she, she told us that it was a woman. There wasn't a man, so. Caroline takes eve to her office. And she's like. Well, she's like, well, so much. Think about. Working case, but you'd be working for me and would pee on official unofficial. So she was. We have to do background check on you them, clean out your computer. I your desk and then no. No meet meet for breakfast. So the next day eve meets Caroline for breakfast and talk in e and Caroline Martins has eased fuller. She goes, this is the foul be got off your computer. She opens it up and it's all these pictures of dead bodies and the women who got killed and stuff, and eve is released like, oh, I thought you thought was some stuff that my husband did. You know, like. So she was more concerned about her husband embarrassing her than that. She had files on murders. Unsolved murders of women and men. And then careless sister, how did you know to do all this? And she's like, I just been researching this person's been doing this for two years. And she said that, you know, they're really good at what they do. They're very intelligent. They're really good, and they're kind of showing off right about now. And cameras. I agree with you have been tracking his for two years. I want you to come come here. I wanna show you something. So she takes her back to her office Caroline's office, which is kind of like unofficial five, six organization going on and killing points to her bulletin boards. She goes your photo. This is my my wall, my version of your phone Giardi have. Because you can come work for me. You know, we'll pay you, but it's official unofficial. You can bring like she said, you could bring to more people to be part of your team, and this is Kenny. He's a computer guy. He can do anything with computers that you need. So who's played by Shawn Delaney very shine awkward guy. So he was like, okay, you got it all. Do I work for you? So eve then brings him Bill Gross supervisor play by David Haig and she brings in her her other co worker Elena felt in play by Kirby, how teast and he started working the case with eve to figure out, you know what's going on, hoses person, killing people. So he has no idea yet that she met the girl, the killer in the bathroom. So now Constanta is getting information this Villanova's handler, he's like, do you know the someone got fire from Jabal at their job just to join a new position so they can come fine you because now they'll knows join us of killing all these different people had to kill as an assassin, but she's a little bit sloppy. For example, she. What is she you? The what was the scene of the scene where she. Oh, so she killed his elderly man whose grandfather at a birthday party form, and she was able to convince grandson that bring them up to his bedroom and what she came up to him. She had this nice dress on that was his actually wife stress. He touched our, you know, showed her basically the grandpa who's happily married grandfather is hitting on villain. No beautiful woman in address in his bedroom. Okay, I get it. And she says, you really should ask if we saw touching people and she's right. And then she takes Panish. She stabs him in the eye. Now, mind you, the grass is hiding in the closet thing, and he's playing hide and seek so constantly upset because you know, that was a sloppy kill. It was posted like suicide. It wasn't supposed lack hit. So Constantine alerts now, hey, you know, there's someone looking for you now they, they, they know someone's been left their own department to come look for you to find you. You need to tone it down a slow it down. You need to go get come in for an evaluation, and of course villain now doesn't want to do that. She just wanted to devaluation and she's, she's fighting against that. She's very carefree and very happy what she does. So there's so much more to talk to you about leave. But I'll tell you this this much. The cat and mouse game begins. And lines get blurred. So. And we'll talk some more about killing Yvonne next week. I'm running out of time, but thank you all for listening to Golden State media concepts. Telvision podcast is kept in Keith, appreciate you all you great, wonderful, beautiful people on the planet earth and of the non universe. And until next time I'll see somewhere out in space. You've been listening to the Golden State media concepts, television podcast, part of the Golden State media concepts, Todd cast network. You can find this show and others like it at WWW dot g m MC podcast dot com. Download our podcast on itunes, Stitcher. Soundcloud, Google play, just type in Jesus MC to find all the shows from the Golden State media concepts podcast network from movies to music, sports, entertainment, and even weird news. You can also follow us on Twitter and on Facebook. Thank you.
"caroline office." Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To and the aid hundreds i believe upper eight is about as high as you can go correct but you want to know that you've got six eighty seven hundred or better and that will also give you the benefits of good rates and certainly on a mortgage when the underwrite they really look at that and i want to take that now to the next step in order to get a mortgage you know you have to have good credit if you have problems yet it resolved before you jump in the pa and start going through all the paperwork to get a mortgage get a hold of cabin and talk to him and telling what the problems are i've underwritten loans in the past with shipback ruptures an example i believe that forced to drop after seven years i think what chapter thirteen will come off after seven chapter seven will come off in ten ten years via but regardless if there have been problems there make sure those are dropped off they're they're cleaning there could be pass judgments are different things that should be off of their that will impact the underwriting of that alone and now once you get that done and again you can go together and we'll be giving out the numbers are caroline's office as well as uh uh what we're doing with doug gardner but then the next step once you get that mortgage and you go to closure loan most people just close along and i want doug to talk today a little bit about home studying what that means and wills trust should you put your property entrust.
"caroline office." Discussed on Rick Steves Spain & Portugal Audio Tour?s?
"Process dose restore doris. Enjoy the squares. You walk to the far end. The square is grand. Didn't lined with impressive buildings on the left hand side of the square. You'll pass by the curvy. Echo facade of the classic eden cinema dating from the nineteen twenties. The name of this square translates out as restoration. The obelisk in the center celebrates the restoration of portuguese independence from spain in sixteen. Forty remember after the disappearance of sebastian and fifteen eighty. Portugal ended up back under spanish rule for the next sixty years throughout its history. Tiny portugal's had to constantly struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by its larger neighbour. Spain keep going uphill to the end of the square. I asked my friend christina. How the portuguese feel about those spanish. I mean cousins. Well like cousins. We have our days so some days. It's in sunday's outtake. We are very similar to them. Yeah many things in language and the different accent actually but languages there we can understand. I mean reading is is very very easy for assure fairly closely. Close yes Character probably the more lively than us we tend to be more discreet shy and Afraid of we serve. Say that of being shamed You know it's like we have your portuguese. Her little less confident probably spanish or more flamboyant flamboyant. That's a good word. The more flamboyant yeah. We tend to be more discreet or discreet tree. And uh when the spanish and portuguese football who wins portugal. Of course as you approach the end of the square keep an eye out for a small street on the left hand side. Here you'll find to stop for the funicular or trolley up the very steep hillside from here you can gaze further up the tree lined. Boulevard that extends uphill from process does restore. Doherty's it's called the avenida deliver dodd. It's kind of like lisbon's chandeliers but more workaday rind with banks. Caroline offices and office buildings. The street connects the old town. Here with the newer upper town by now should be near the funicular stop just past. Process does restore dory's on the left hand side. This is the funicular will catch to go up the hill whereabout halfway through our walk if you need a break. This is a convenient time to do it. When you're ready to continue on turn to the next track where rick and i will talk you through.
"caroline office." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Your advice to take how many classes on the new contract or defects supporter sex great advice donna thank you so much for joining us thank you know he has a bright john about graham is managing broker berkshire hathaway home services at the caroline office so i to the class this week on it's really fascinating stuck the new contact yeah it but i have a question and i don't know if i've been asked est i am not us the program but asked dion so i ask you might go tie for my phillip nervous so now the properties are as it is the if if you buy it as is and you're inspection you go win a c doesn't work is a fowler still responsible to fix it will you with the buyer have to ask them to fix that and that's part of the buyer inspection notice other spot awesome so that's what the dallas that changes the warranted a non warranted items alright really talk more coming up after the break if you wanna know what your home it's worth will send you a free report outlining the most recent sales new neighborhood to give us sense of where you're sitting go to that really show dot cone hit the free home a value ace in button of next to town bore with the mark reports and the dirty thirty i'm dion brennan this is that realist a show dot cut what's the show for you and you wanna arizona's breaking news in traffic it's casey a are news ninety two three of them on your radio and we want the latest news whether it's sports on tv twelve arizona get new front and to theory our youth ninety two.
"caroline office." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Are in a ten and there's actually two type of brokers firsthand designated broker and they're and there a okay burke are basically towel i don't think main him manager an offer they have a ten responsibility if they have to review contract but federer and then the fail person or the agent great contract stuff i cannot both there would be usually have to take a more schooling every twenty four hours good then that's every every twenty four months and yeah we twenty four hours we need to play no some of of probably said and then and stay and or going to be a broker you have to be a failed first thanks for at least three years for for you can even imply to be a so little bit more training and all on a three you know if a major come to me and so should i get my brokers by and if you don't want to manage it's an and you don't want to on your are on offer and become a designated broker right from can say that it's better getting your i'm a designation like injury are i or something like that can you truly get practical education that helps become a better route or excellent way and my read on a i would i could never do your job but i hadn't it's different every day that research that's first serve and i mean brokers dad thrown with houser the problems with all sorts of whichever and you know cats yeah it's a patient situation of the same donna my hat off to because you d a fantastic job i would've i i would of lost my mind on the second day that's for sure i say that but i think you could hear welcome are i don about going managing broker of berkshire hathaway home services arizona properties at our caroline office thanks so much for joining us and on a joins us every week if you have a question to ask the brokered or if you're realtor a lot of realtors around state agents that ascent and the general public i'm she destiny now at that real estate show dot com caught call goodness well that's why website but i like got cone.